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.Balky Truce Teams
'"- SEOUL, Korea, June 1
r 'Army officer aid today that
tor who refuse to leave South Korea may Do carried out
bodily.. ' .v
The United Nations- command yesterday ordered
Swiss, Swedish and Communist 'Czech --and Polish' truce
Inspectors to leave South Korea"in about on week" be because
cause because the Communists Were obstructing work of the group
Brief because of Communist violations of, the truce. ,. v y
'The best way to manage, any,
balky lnpecton would be to treat
them like Montgomery Ward t Av Avery,"
ery," Avery," a responsible American wa water
ter water told United Press."
Avery, board chairman of the
mail order house, was earned bo bodily,
dily, bodily, chair and all during World
.War II from his office by U. S.
troops when he refused to recog recog-i
i recog-i ize a presidential order giving
' the government control of his com-;
The Army officer, who asked
that his name not be used, said
he believed that such a method of
ousting the neutral truce aspect
ors would not be interpreted as
' Nineteen" neutral inspectors aw
stationed in South Korea's three
)t aurhorized ports of entry for mu-
Hi, iinnlici and troops five
Poles, six Czechs, five Sedes and
three Swiss. V;,' T.T'vH
Gen. Isaac 0. White, eern eern-"mander
"mander eern-"mander of the U.S. 1 Army,
warmd the his troop "eait pull
the lenyari In 15 sends" If the
Communists start anything ever
the expulsion order.
The UN command said Mi or-
i -vnoiiinu npntral truce teams
fyP -!,! l ni-a will stapd until
the i.a t1 C' i"
MTi'aM No, 1 Koiean air lott.e
and agree to live up
Tti UN command also rejected
a Communist proposal for a new
inference on Korea to discuss the
-.ithHrawai nf all foreign forces
from the country and the P""11
unification of a.orea, j!t ;i
The UN rejection first wai dis disclosed
closed disclosed by the British Foreign Of Office
fice Office in London.
j A British note the Red CM.
' ntse jovernment In Pelpmt if
closed Britain's complete agree agreement
ment agreement with the order expelling
' the neutral truce teams from
South Korea, and said that the
, "Chinese-North Korean side has
' completely frustrated any effee effee-""'
""' effee-""' live suparvlin In the ere
- north of Nw demllitariied iene'
, The BriUsh note said that the
i "conduct and practice" of, t h e
rhini.(North Korean side leads
' United Nations governments to be
lieve "that no evidence has been
shown of the good faith which
' alone could enable any new con-
ference to serve a iseiui purpose.
Tension increased on both, sides
' the line as result of the UN order
r excelling the truce teams for flag-
V sant violation of the armistice and
werversion oi uw. uute
' "The United Nations command
has always been aware that .we
are in a state of armistice," White
However, the North Korea gov gov-ernement
ernement gov-ernement said its troops will not
strike against the allies unless at attacked
tacked attacked first. -
BUFFALO, N.Y-, June I (UP),
An uneasy quiet reigned today in
sections of Buffalo where Whites
and Negroes live together.'
Isolated jicidents continued in
thewake of a teenage Memorial
Day race riot that resulted in
scores of injuries. v; .
-Mayor Steven Pankow, other ci city
ty city officials and civic leaders sched scheduled
uled scheduled a meeting to discuss means
of preventing further outbreaks.
Th mooting also was called t
bring th surface the causes f
wanton rioting borwoon Whites
and Nogroos that boiiod most of
Memorial Day at Crystal Boach,
Ont., and and on xcurslon
boat that shuttles New Yorkers
botwoon Buffalo end th amuto amuto-mnt
mnt amuto-mnt pork.
The FBI was investigating the
hot at the request of U.S., Attor-I
ley John O. Henderson.'
(UP) A high-ranking U. S.
neutral nationa true inspec
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In Crash Owes
life To Gocf'
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GUATEMALA; June 1 (UP)
A -20-year-old Guatemalan, the
sole survivor of an airplane crash
in which 30 persons died, believes
today be was saved only by
"Only God could have saved me';'
and he did," Robert Ovando told
Ovando returned to civilization
yesterday after spending .six days
in tbe perilous Guatemalan moun mountains
tains mountains alone with the dead and the
dying. Physically he was unhurt.
but the terrible experience he suf
fered has left him on the verge of
collapse.' -.-,, t.
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Ovando thinks ho possibly es escaped
caped escaped unhurt because be 'was
the last on, to board the Aviate Aviate-ca
ca Aviate-ca Airlines plan "when It tok
off en May 24. Ovando's teat en
th plan wit in th til, which'
' 'v i' "y t "'-'A Hfi
i (. tii i i. a nioun nioun-tainour
tainour nioun-tainour J,C.J-foot peaiu .
The survivor ., was first, spotted
by President Jose Castillo Armas
while flying over the disaster site
in a U.S. Army plane. He was
plucked from his grim surround
ingg by a U.S. Air Force helicop helicopter;
ter; helicopter; piloted by Capt. William Peel,
ma hazardous pickup which clear
ed the peak ny only .100 feet.
The rescue mission was a joint
Army-Air force operation. A
ground party,, struggline through
rugged terram, failed to reach
the crash scene until, after Ovando
had been carried to safety. An Air
Force C-47 was scheduled to leave
today for Guatemala bearing ad.
ditional supplies and equipment to
am in ine use. of evacuating bo
dies.',:;,-. .;v.';v -y
On Mousing For
WASHINGTON. June I fUPU-
ine senate yesterday passed and
sent xo tn wnne House a bill de
signed to provide housing for es essential
sential essential civilian employes at mili
tary research and development
The legislation would authorize
FHA mortgage insurance for pur-
cnase oi nomes oy civilian em
ployes certified by the Secretary
of Defense to be "essential." Is
suance of the insurance would not
be governed by the normal test of
The legislation was sought as a
result of inadequate housins at the
Army's missile center of Redstone
Arsenal, Ala.; the Naval Ordnance
Test Station, China, Lake Calif.,
and at Patrick Air Force .'Base,
Gov. Avcrcll Harriman express-
ed "grave concern
his 'staff to keep close watch on
the situation. The governor is hos hospitalized
pitalized hospitalized in New York City.
In one of the "aftermath" inci incidents
dents incidents last night a 13-year old Ne Negro
gro Negro boy, Tyronne St, John, was
beaten by six White boys near his
home. ,' r.-:
He told police the boys jumped
from an automobile and knocked
him to the eround., He was treat
ed for face abrasions and hose
Police also arrested eight White
youths and five Negroes in other
Toonag gangs rioted aboard
m excursion boat and turnae
holiday- outing for tamo 1,000
passongort into nightmar f
flashing knives and fists
AN INDEPENDENT X
"ff" k a. A. A. a A. A. A A. 4k.
"Let lA people?
Eleht insurance firms licensed
to do business In the Canal
Zone have been invited to sub submit
mit submit plans for group health in insurance
surance insurance for U.S.-rate employes
in the Canal organization.
The insurance companies nave
been furnished various data on
which to base their offers, in
cluding a summary of the re
suits obtained in the question
naires furnished an employes.
Approximately half of the
employes now in serv'ce com completed
pleted completed and returned the ques questionnaires
tionnaires questionnaires and the tabulation
of their replies Indicated that
approximately 95 per cent are
Interested in participating in a
group hosp'talixation plan.
. The questionnaires were pre prepared
pared prepared bv a Hospitalization In
surance Committee 1 appointed
by the Governor to aetermine n
there is sufficient interest a-
mone U.S.-rate employes for
such a plan and to determine
the approximate cost
F.G. Dunsmoor, Aaministra
tive Assistant to the Governor,
Is "chairman of the committee
and U M. Brockman, programs
coordinator, is' secretary.
Members renresentuis' the ca
nal organization, are Is. A. Doo-
lah, : personnel director, and
Floyd Baldwin, chief of the Fis
Thomas Sellers knd Charles
McO. Brandl represent Civic
Councils on th committee, and
Shepard 8. Clark a labor repre-
" '.onnairej were pre
du.j uit "yea" or "no" an
swers could be fciven tO all dues:
tlons, Some of the pertinent
ouestiona .and. the numbers of
replies xeceived were;jy
Do yon favor a hospi hospitalization
talization hospitalization insurance
plan? t . . . . . 1,581
Would you participate J v
at a reasonable cost
with maximum cov--erage?
, ... ;... ;UT1
Would local-coyerage- -'
only satisfy your
requirements? . . f 154
Would coverage here"'
and 70 days to the
- V&s' for, you and
your family at 14 to
$S a month be at-
tractive enough to
warrant vour oarti-
clnaUon? 1,370 208
Of those returning the ques questionnaires,
tionnaires, questionnaires, 1544 indicated they
would prefer Insurance with
higher1 monthly premiums to
cover major medical and surgi
cal treatment, while 244 voted
for lower premiums with mini
mum coverage ior treatment.
Of. over 1,800 replies receiv received.
ed. received. 1 Jit said they want cover
art for themselves and their
In forwarding the material to
the various insurance rirms
the committee said that payroll
deductions could be authorized
for any group hospitalization
. It was also stated that hospi hospitalization
talization hospitalization on the Isthmus should
be available for employes tat ei
ther canal Zone or Panama
. The hospitalization insurance
committee plans to hold another
meeting when replies have been
received from the .insurance
firms solicited. '
At that time W will be decided
what further steps may be taken
to implement a group plan.
Uneasy Quiet In Buffalo
: Six persons were hospitalized
and scores of others suffered cuts
and bruises in the rioting aboard
the Canadiana during its hour-
long trips to and from the Crys
tal Beach amusement parte in On Ontario.
tario. Ontario. v .'-.'-v.;.
Margaret Wynn. a reporter for
The Buffalo Courier-Express who
boarded the boat for the return
trip, said gangs of Negro girls,
their gang names embroidered on
their jackets, roamed the boatTind
attacked white girls.'
Another witness said many Ne Negro
gro Negro teenagers refused to take part
in the rioting and condemned the
About 10 per cent of the passen passengers
gers passengers were Negroes.,.-: -v t '.,;. I
International agreements kept
Candian and American police from
boarding the boat during the trips
across the lake.
(now !& lrfj mid the
PANAMA,' R. r FRIDAY, JUNE J. 1956
LONDON. June 1 (UP) One
of the most elaborate security forc forces
es forces in history protected Oueen Eli
zabeth II yesterday as she rode on
horseback past thousands of cheer
ing jiritons and tourists in the an annual
nual annual "Trooping of the Colors."
. The ceremony officially mark marking
ing marking th Queen's 30th birthday
anniversary caused deep concern
among some government officials
who were worried over reports
that Cypriot gunmen have enter-,
ed Britain to seek revenge for
the banging of two extremists m
Cyprus. i .
however, the colorful procession
was staged without a hitch.
Guardsmen were snaced five
yards apart along the Mall, and
next to each guarasman a London
Doboy Kept a scarp eye on tne
jeiatoons of Scotland Yard plain
clothes men roamed St. J a m e s
AddiUonal police "imported"
from other cities were scattered
through the crowd. .If
Fears of an assassination at
tempt were pointed up in Parlia
ment, where Home Ouice under undersecretary
secretary undersecretary William Deedes revealed
today tnat "a number-of Cypri Cypri-ots".,
ots"., Cypri-ots"., were rounded up knd ques questioned
tioned questioned by British policq earlier
He said the investigation started
May S. one day before the execu
tion of the two extremists on Cyp
. One week later, Scotland Yard'
announced that armed guards
had boon assigned to ministers.
The guard was doubled around
the Duke of Edinburgh.
But Deedes' statement in Com
mons was the first top-level admis
sion of concern that the anti-Brit-
ing.ja Britain itself.
ne said the homes oi some vy-
priots were searched, and that "in
one case some documents were
taken away for examination with
the approval of the owner."
Solon Asks Probe
OJ Acid Allck
On Vicbr Riesel
WAASHINGTON, June 1 (UPJ-
Rep. Peter Frelinghuysen (K-H.J.)
urged Congress yesterday to in investigate
vestigate investigate the sulphuric acid at attack
tack attack which cost New York labor
columnist Victor Riesel his eye
Frelinghuysen said it has been
two months since Riesel was blind blinded
ed blinded when the acid was thrown into
his face, but the assailant has not
yet been identified or apprehend
. He introduced a resolution which
would aturhorize the- House Judi
ciary Committee to investigate the
case. Riesel has said the attack
was prompted by his exposures of
labor racketeers, v
Frelinghuysen said he also Is
writing to J. Russell Wiggins, ex
ecutive editor of Tbe Washington
Post and Times Herald, a member
of the Freedom of Information
Committee of the American Socie
ty of Newspaper Editors.
He said he was asking the edit editors
ors editors to conduct a study to deter
mine whether the Riesel case con
stituted a 'Violation of freedom of
the press and, if so, what' steps
should be taken. ;
The Riesel case raises the ques question
tion question of whether newspapermen
should be given certain protection
by the federal government, Fre.
Two special police aboard the
boat carrying a Memorial Day
crowd were overwhelmed quickly
by" the teenagers.. -. .' j
During the return trip, about 40
White boys and girls barricaded
themselves in the dining room of
the old three-decked boat.
Sem 30 sobbing White, girls,
their clothes ripped, wore tcorf-
d to Buffalo police hoadquar.
tor until their parents eewld
call for thm.
Fist fights broke out and pop
bottles were thrown as the teen teenagers
agers teenagers milled around the park's
main entrance. A 35-year-old white
woman was assaulted by several
Negro girls on the park's midway.
A Negro steelworker was attack.
by a group of White youths on the
H; DAILY NEWSPAPER M
' i A. .A. .A. A. A J- -4. A A. Jv
ternary is krfcn Uncobu
At Public Review
NICOSIA, Cyprus. Jun 1 (UP)
Gov. Sir John Harding defied
Cypriot threats of assassins tf on
yesterday at a public review of
untisn forces in ceremonies mark-
mg tne Dirthday of Queen Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth IL
The chair on the reviewini stand
reserved for U. S. Consul Raymond
r. courtney tor the parade of Brit
ish troops was empty. a
So was that of the Greek consul.
, There was n immediate ex explanation
planation explanation for Courtney's absence.
Hardinsrv -wh.,has been marked
for death by the underground Cy
priot Eoka, exposed himself to
possible attack by taking the salute
irom tne troops who marched past
in a dusty dried-out moat which
surrounds the old walled city, of
"If they want' to get him, now
ia the time,'! said one British soldi
er squinting up at the crowded ci city
ty city walls above. r
But the parade passed without
incident. Security forces had
searched the moat.
Uniformed and plainclothes police
patrolled the ramparts which are
ieve;witn, the city streets.
:' The majority of the spectators
wer Turkish Cypriote.. Greeks
boycotted the ceremony to pro protest
test protest Britain's refusal to end
British colonial rule and allow a a-aloe)
aloe) a-aloe) with Greece, n
But while s sullen quiet pre-
vaued in Nicosia, violence erupted
elsewhere on this strategic island.
An explosion wrecked a half half-completed
completed half-completed headquarters building of
tne JJntun Middle East land and
air commands at Episkoppi, west
of Limassoi on the southern coast.
A Cypriot worker was injured in
- Greek Cypriot school children
demonstrated at Paphos in west western
ern western Cyprus but were dispersed
The children carried signs read reading:
ing: reading: "The devil take your Queen."
ftvils To Air Shov
-LONDON, June 1 (UP) Rus.
sia today welcomed Gen. Nathan
Twining' acceptance of its air
show invitation as an indication
that "changes for the better are
taking place ia Soviet American
relations." -" -'
"'It is heartening news," Mos
cow radio, said.
At the same time French sourc
es reported that Gen. Paul Bailey,
French air force chief of start has
received -an invitation to the So
viet air show June 24.'
The unprecedented Soviet offer
was accepted by Twining, chief of
staff of the U.S. Air Force two
days ago on authorization of Pres
Britain's top air force leaders
also will attend the show. Secreta
ry of State for Air Nigel Birch and
top RAF officers will fly to Mos-I
cow in a comet u jet airliner.
The Soviet if expected to pre present
sent present its newst warplanes at the
show including latest model bomb-
es and fighters.
The invitation to the Western air
leaders marked one of th strong
est Soviet goodwill displays in re
Pride In Tradition
Caii Be Hindrance
ANNAPOLIS, Md., June 1 (UP)
Adm. Arthur. W. Radford, chair
man of the joint chiefs of staff, to
day advised graduates of the nav
al academy to "keep ready and
fit for anything you might be call
ed upon to do m these days of
an uneasy peace."
Radford; who graduated from the
academy 40 years ago, told the
681 graduating midshipmen their
future will be "challenging and in.
teresting. Undoubtedly, you will
witness and take part in great ev events."
ents." events." He urged thorn to' recognit
that "you have duty which In- -volvos
not only rotdlnoti t die
for ypur country, but also readi readiness,
ness, readiness, to live day by day for its
betterment." : V
Radford called upon them to
"preserve the noble traditions of
But, he added, "Pride in tradl
tion can become, a hindrance, if
weighted or clogged with compla
cency and over.satisfaction with
past achievements. We can never
let ourselves rest upon our oars."
"The art of progress and the
magnitude of change have never
been so great as right now," Rad Radford
ford Radford said.
"This Is no alow and plodding
ovolullon in .weaponry aad tac tac-.
. tac-. tics.' This is a rapid evolution
a time when developments in the
striking power of 'weapons, and
th corresponding changes In tac tactics,
tics, tactics, ar jumping forward : by
leaps and bounds." '.
Radford advised the young nav
al graduates to "cherish your pride
in your chosen arm of service,
but require a complete understand
ing oi the Character and eontribu
uon or tne n.ejrms,;, v
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'.He said they. sh'i.Wl'ienurmberivMi; Aramburn said
always that you are part of the!
armed forces team Army,' Na-1
vy. Air Force, and Marine Corps."!
BHS, CHS, CZJC Schedule
Balboa Theater will be the scene
of the commencement exercises of
the graduating class of Balboa
High School, commencement win
be held at 8:00 p.m. on Thursday.
Tbe theme chosen by the grad graduated
uated graduated for the evening will be "Our
Class: In Scholarship, In Sudent
Government, In Extra-turricuiar
Activities, and In the Future." Ma
ry Curtis, Edward Scott, Edward
Kirchmier, and Martha Hackett
will talk on these topics.. The Sen.
ior Class president, Kenneth
Wheeler will also address the
graduates; ,:;..'!'.; i
The Rev. Paul C. Ldeven, C M.
will eive the Invocation. The Ben
ediction will be given by the Rev.
William Baldwin. i
The Balboa High School Orches
tra,, under the direction of Mr.
Victor' A. Herr, will furnish music
for tbe evening. Among the selec selections
tions selections it will play are "Grand Pro Processional,"
cessional," Processional," Triumphal March from
"Sigurd Jorsalf ar," "Transcrip
tion from "umcerstucx, a n o
"Pomp and Circumstance."
Cristobal High School com.
mnpmimt exercises will be held
Thursday, at 8 p.m. in the school
auditorium for the 73 members of
the graduating class, thanes a.
Dubbs, director of secondary edu education,
cation, education, will award the diplomas.
Graduating with honors are Rob Robert
ert Robert MacSparran, James Ambrose,
Pauline .Fincus, saiiy jnoriana,
Margaret Leight Mary Jo Aycock,
Rupert Chin, Janet Graig, Diane
Delaney, Edith Ann Eckhoff, Fell
oe Garcia, marva nenson, nwu-
ard Horne,. Leida Kleefkens, Pa-
trici Leach, and Allen Robinette.
s The invocation will be delivered
h Rev. Nolan Akers of St. Mar
garet's Church oi Margama, ana
the benediction by Rev. John Tu Tu-multo
multo Tu-multo of the Miraculous Medal
Church of Cristobal, "lm,
v Commencement exercises f 0 r
the graduating class of the Canal
Zone Junior College will be held
Thursday morning at. 10:30 o'clock
in the library in the Balboa High
; Members' of the class will be in introduced
troduced introduced by Dean Roger C. Hack,
ett, and the diplomas will be pre presented
sented presented by Siguard E. Esser, Super Superintendent
intendent Superintendent of the Canal Zone
During the grsudation exercises
Miss Virginia Kam, President of
the Sophomore Class, will be an
nounced as winner of the Honor
Award, The highest honor given
by the college, the award Is pre presented
sented presented each year to the member
of the graduating class who has
contributed most to ill spiritual.
Stalling On RP
BUENOS AIRES. June 1
Pedro E. Aramburu has not
what to do about the invitation to attend the Panama
meeting of American presidents June 25,, but presidential
circles are pessimistic about the chances he. will go.
The problem is not, in the Argentine, where Aram Aram-buru's
buru's Aram-buru's highest military collaborators have privately con-
nneg mat mere is no internal reason why he. cannot
travel abroad on an official mission.
The problem is in. Panama where ex-president
Juan D. Peron is living under asylum.
Aramburu yesterday made his
first public statement with respect
to the Panamian invitation, reply replying
ing replying to a questionnaire presented
by a group of visiting Mexican
newspapermen, that "we have not
yet decided if I will attend or not
the projected Panama meeting."
It was in reply to another ques
tion, however, that Aramburu
gave a clu to what may under underlie
lie underlie the studied official "ignorance"
of i the Panamanian invitation
which presidential aides have a
Asked what reaction he Bad' to
.exieo'a refusal' in want Per-ofi a.
"If dictators wre.44ain that
thsv would not find asvlum in
any fr country, and en th
Miss Kam will have her name
inscribed on a plaque at the en entrance
trance entrance -of the college building s s-long
long s-long with the names of 21 other
students who have been so honor honored.
ed. honored. -!
Slated For Sunday
Baccalaureate services for the
graduating class of the Canal Zone
Junior College will be held Sunday
at 4:30 p.m. in the library of the
Balba High School.
Rabbi Nathan Witkin, of the
Jewish Welfare Center, will give
the invocation and Rev. Edward
J. Melvin, C. M. will pronounce
the' benediction. The baccalaureate
address will be given by Rev.
Mainerf Peterson, Dean of the
Cathedral of St. Luke.
DBi'caiaurvaie service wui uc
ss". s,u.niay a 5 .Cri,:i
n. .1 : :n t l.
louai nign scnooi auuuurium ioti
the 73 members of the graduating
class of the Cristobal High School.
The Baccalaureate address will
be delivered by Rev. Ray Blake-
ly of the Gatun Union Church. Par Participating
ticipating Participating in the program will be
Rev. Paul Olander of the Marga
rita Union Church, who will give
the invocation, Rev. James Kelly
of the Holy Family Church of Mar
garita, who will give the benedic
tion, and Chaplain Edgar Day of
Coco-Solo will read the Scripture.
Music for Baccalaureate will be
supplied by a semior ensemble
and the High School Orchestra un
der direction of O. E. Jorstad.
Diablo Heights Theater will be
the scene of the annual baccalau
reate services for the graduating
class of Balboa High School. The
services will be held Sunday at
2:30 p.m. :"
The baccalaureate will be the
last seryice which seniors can at attend
tend attend as a group. Representatives
from several churches will be the
guest speakers at the program.
The rpogram will.be as follows
- Processional "Holy, Holy, Ho Holy,"
ly," Holy," John B. Dykes; Invocation,
Rev. Robert F. Gussick; "Chru "Chru-bim
bim "Chru-bim Song No. 7," D. S. Bortnain
sky; Introduction of Speaker, Theo.
F. Hotz; Address, Rev. Oascar W
Olsen; ."Gloria in Excelsis,", W. A.
Mozard; Benediction, Rev. -Leo
Campbell, C. M.: Recessional
"Praise The Lord," M. A. Blaski-rew.
(UP) Provisional Presidenf-
yet taken a final decision on
contrary wore sur that thoy
would b unanimously repudiat repudiated,
ed, repudiated, they probably would not com.
mit a many violences and out outrages."
It has been three weeks since
Panamanian ambassador Carlos
Ycaza requested an appointment
with Aramburu through the for foreign
eign foreign ministry here. The request
was, later repeated by the Pana
manian charge d'Affaires, and for
a -third time. by Ycaza directlv
. On several occati
that th appointment would b
gwntod shortly, bur Yeaia ha
not yt boon advised of an ap appointment
pointment appointment officially. The Argon Argon-tin
tin Argon-tin authorities say thorofore,
that "no Invitation has boon r.
For severer reasons Aramburu
would probably like to join in a
meeting of American Presidents.
The policy of the provisional
government in all fields of inter
national relations is to re-establish
the contact and cooperation, parti cularly
with other American
states, that was systematically a a-voided
voided a-voided by the Peronist regime.
' The Panama meeting, to I com commemorate
memorate commemorate the 130th anniversary of
the Panama congress called by
Simon Bolivar, would offer the Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine government an unequalled
opportunity to establish its rela relations
tions relations with the executives of the
other states on the new footing it
Therefore, the fact the Aram-
buru has not-yet received the
Panamanian ambassador is m- ;
torprotod a moaning that the
door is still open for Arambun
to attend th mootingbut not
whil Poron Is m Panama.
If Aramburu does not go to the
meeting, the reason that wilt br
given according to reliable sourc sources,
es, sources, is that the press of dispatch dispatching
ing dispatching public affairs will -not permit
him to leave Buenos Aires.
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More Than Half
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-Although "there "are still 4'
few oldt mers in the organiza organization
tion organization who began work while the
Canal was being built, approx-.
Imately half of those now em-
ployed were born after the
Canal was opened In 1914.
More than half of the Unit ed
States ciitzens employed on ;
the Panama Canal rolls are
between 35 and 50 years of
age. '.;f:(;,:;i' -t ...
This odd bit of interesting
information came to l'ght in
a recent survey of age group
prepared In connection with
the proposed plans for group
Of the 3,717 employes cover.,
ed in the survey 1312 are be between
tween between 35 and 50 years In age.
In the chart of employe ages
from It te 62 years, the curve
describes en almost perfect
parabola with the apex being
in the 41-45 group.
, There are only 24 employes
between 18 and 20 years eld,
while 81 are over 60 years of
age. The numbers rise grad-
ally from these twe lows
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The Commercial has been cut from the TV programs and
; replaced by the concerted squawks of 'i v viewers on the Canal
Zone who seem to trunk that looking at commercials is pari 01
. thA AmtHrin VTRrttocra trior, xrimilrl hA rietfmripri tn t.hn fleam.
Asnamea in nis inner io ins uau sax coma uui
have been more horrified at the elimination of the toothy
smirk and accompanying fatuous spiel from our midst that at
the surrender of Corresudor. Here is an excerpt jrom nis lei
ter "...we have witnessed a surrender as complete as if we had
seen the Stars unit Ktrines haulprl down frorh its honored- nlace
tatop the many llagpoies of the Canal Zone." Trot out tne
f black-bordered hankies ladies ana gentlemen, wot, nowever to
; sune the tears but to cover the nostrils from' the stench of
1 He goes on later to say "Since television has been availat
here I have watched the programs, complete wnn commercials
1 1 t 4.1.. 4- T TofUmi.a T klM
I viewins the oronrams that I was back in the States..."
' Don't you think a few well meaning citizens should chip
! In and buv this sorrily misplaced gent a ticket back to the good
oid U. B. A., where one Just wonders if he could make the grade
ror why would he be here wnqn .be so ooviousiy wants to oe
',.,. Now ; "Just A 1 Tele-Gent" has a more realistic, dbwn-to-
J, earth approach. ,
He says. "You beonle had scarcely waited three weeks, mat
!! tng certain your merchants had the easy pickings of nearly
half a million dollars from a source which cost your country
I nothing before you started squeezing what nun entertainment
we do have." .
S. By "you people" he Is probably referring to those poor,
dumb ''natives" on the wrong side of the tracks. Dear, dear,
Sir. surely to even a person with a mentality' which thinks
J! commercials constitute entertainment, H must be evident that
? the Panamanian radio stations have suffered a setback what
J, with all this gratituous advertising that has kept agencies of
American products from advertising with them.
; I would go on with this but don't want to miss a mo mo-Intent
Intent mo-Intent of 'those "Musical Interludes" that seem to have Irked
'Just A Tele-Gent" and their
f "Ashamed" and his contemporary,
. Just A Guitar Neck
SAN ANTONIO BCGLE
: Another stormy week has passed and still the storms dont
let up. -..We feel sorry for the New England.. states,for they
I ;iave tQ begmNt scratch and. re-plant everything. 'The weather'
has even hurt the maple sugar crop. We. can get along wlthr
'out the maple sugar as we turn out. at Corpus Christ! a corn
Jsyrup spiced up wlthv, vanlBau that's hard w to i tell' from; the
taenuiM article. '' -.T v -t.'
if )tiUdhat-covrd vnps6. alL..Q..the ,conntr...ln scattered
sbpwers but they havensAtteted enough around hefe. : ,rT
, t -president visennower,put in nis .appearance ana made a
nice talk to the graduating class at Baylor University and re re-j
j re-j celved the Doetot of Law degree given to only two presidents
. before Taft and Truman.
" He did a little politicking on the side.
He'd like to have
J the Texas, vote again, but his only chance is If the Democrats
J put, up Stevenson, whom we can't stand.
. ; See the Panama election passed by smooth and that you're
! Sprucing -up for Elsenhower's visit on the 24th of June. Would
like to be on the trip. But since I can't, will have to leave it
! up to Mr. Calhoun who,' has no use for any of them. He might
. soften up and take them' to Boquete for a square meal and
! spme of my navel oranges.
I '.' Will be with you next week if my eyes hold out, and they
! are showing; some Improvement. w
he'll wear I
WASHINGTON (NEA) A
"Four Hundred" of industrial' re
lations bie business tycoons.
big labor barons, big government
officials and their wives dolled
up in formals and threw a"whing
ding of a dinner to celebrate the
80th birthday of six-foot, seven seven-inch
inch seven-inch Cyrus S. Ching. Cbing saw
action as former bead of the U.S.
Mediation and Conciliation Serv
ice in many a battle.
They -all "paid trioute to the
gentleness and integrity of this
beloved giant. And in return Cy
Ching said simply, "I sm the
richest man in the world and
cannot be taxed for it. For these
are my friends." "'
The highlight of this triparute
labor management government
love feast, however, was the testi
monial of John L. Lewis. Missing
was tne scowl oi toe umtea Mine
Workers head, now white-haired
and 76. himself. But his charac
teristic oratory was never better.
it was a classic mat went -some
thing like this: v
I look back on my years of
association with Cyrus cning as
filled with trials and tribulations
not of bis making. There were a
In one of them,' Mr. Ching
called in Col. Clyde Mills and oth
er Labor Department practition practitioners.
ers. practitioners. I came, in line with my tra traditional
ditional traditional policy of going whenever
summoned by my government,.
"Mr. Chine filled bis pipe ana
eventually he got it burning. He
said the government needed coai.
'I said the government wan t
need coal. It had plenty.
."Mr. Ching said the government
was entitled to as much coal asJ
it. thought it needed, and toe
strike must end.
'I said there was no strike. Just
a period of stabilizing inaction.
Mr. Chins became so agitated that
he filled his pipe again. A
"George M. Humphrey, our
Secretary of the Treasury sitting
here in the audience, then be believed
lieved believed that taxes should be low
ered without reference to a bal balanced
anced balanced budget. v
No Man's Lend
11 4-V 1 sw I
I. II fTffl t t -,
"At the time he was strong-
manning it around the coal indus
try. Quoting the Chinese poet
Ling-Po, I said there is one grape
I want to trample a little wine
out of, and that is George Hum-,
W.?Y- 1.. : .. .. ..
"Mr. vning said u tne sime
was not abated, the government
would seize the mines. It was too
much. I had canvassed; the situ
ation and I could not remember
any coal mines that the union
owned." Buti 2 .the government
seized the mines. George Hum.
phrey'a mines would be,lncludei
"in tne middle oi tnese negousr
io.- Me ChiBfot- teltcram.
He held it up to the strong light
behind him and. I could sad the
words. It said:
"BET TWO DOLLARS ON HOT,
STUFF FOURTH RACE. PIM-
"I thought it was a code mes
sage; ; . ..
I left this meeting in great dis
appointment. But as I painfully
wended my way back to my office
I stopped at a telephone and bet
12 on Hot Stuff.
"I had been in Judge Goldsbor-
ough's court recently and didn't
have much money. I thought 8
would come in handy. But Hot
Stuff came in third. It was an ob
vious plant. -; ; u-
"He has olaved me like a violin.
I have been his instrument on his
march to ; fame. I have added
to his glory, though adding to his
stature would he dimcuit.
"And Just to prove my broad broadness
ness broadness of mind and forgiving spirit,
I'll say that if the Republican
i party wiu undertake to oe ngni
for just one time and will nomi nominate
nate nominate George Humphrey for presi president
dent president and Cyrus- Ching for vice
president, I'll vote for them with
one proviso. They must change
the name of the vice president's
dog from Checkers to Chess."
MAN ABOUT TOWN
v Donald Symington, the Senator's
The Big Rumor that swept the boy, is being tested by 20th Cen-
town yesterday, that Bob Harri- tury-Fox. He's had summer stock
son (the top scandal mag pub- training. ; .Art Lund of "Most Hap-
usner) was on the other side of py reus lsnl very Because a
low Elsa MartineUilo Rome. .who stopped a man running WesJ?AJftta
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, Prices to suit a pinched budget.
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three guns, is denied by him. Sup.
posed to have happened about 5
a. m. on W. 52. St. when he and
Eddy LeBaron of H'wood were
followed into a-cab, LeBaron is
the indirect source. .Grace Kel Kelly's
ly's Kelly's bridesmaid Rita Gam and her
bridegroom assure intimates her
breakdown Is not due to any
splituation. V Carol- Channing's es
cort in Vegas is Riviera exec Jack
Denison. .Her divorce is due in
about 10 days. .Actress Kim
Stanley and Roddy ("Sergeants")
McDowell (lovers in a recent TV
drama) found- it contagious. 1
Petti Page met Charles t O'Cur-
ran's km last week. They may
commit merger; during ner Aog.
vacation. .The Jackie t jockey)
WestropeS' flamed" their InTage Jad-
queline. .The Buddy DeSylva
songwriter tase (now in the High
Court) may upset the copyright
laws. .skye Blue, the new 21
year-old show-gal Queen (at the
Latin Quarter), Has many pursuit-
ors. But No. 1 man appears to be
Ralph Granara, assistant to bena
tor Kef auver. ;
At the White House Correspon
dents' Dinner the entertainers
lined up to receive handshakes
from the President. Dizzy Gilles Gillespie,
pie, Gillespie, one of the stars, was not
among them." Ike called out: "Diz "Dizzy!
zy! "Dizzy! .To which the jive star
yelled: "Yeah. Man?" . .The
June issue of Fortune chides Big
Business about their 65 year Com
pulsory Retirement Age. Remind
ing all concerned that Big Biz s
best friend is Eisenhower, now 65,
and still running for the toughest
executive job of all. .Washing.
ton's biggest cold war, they say,
is the one between Gen. Ridgway
and Veep Nixon. .George A.
Wells (of Worcester, Mass.) may
be the new Chairman of the Demo.
Nat'VComm. .Actor Wm. Carter.
' I ll I 1 ,! I
son-in-isw oi ,ins isis d way snow
man Dwight Deere Wlman, may
be the Vatican's next U.S. Special
Woolworth Donahue (of the 5&10
clan) is attentive to realty heiress
Cecils Cowin. .Sidney Chaplin's
pangs won't subside. He will fol-
J WtMiR K $12.50
and GuaranraaoT ftimt
by ths fanout Kssptako
CsrtiAcsts and by this
famed band leader (alleging he
has him under contract) attached
Ids' wage ., .Cthy Downs be becomes
comes becomes Mrs. Robert Brunson June
24th; .'.Claudette Colbert and Noel
Coward haven't mended their
big difference of opinion about
their recent "Blithe Spirit' TV ap appearance.
pearance. appearance. .Sandra Giles (suing
the new Fremont Hotel at Vegas
over its display-of her nude po
trait) will fling another at it.
Claims the publicity was the rea reason
son reason beau Harold Lloyd, Jr. made
on 51st Street about the time Vie
Riesel was attacked by an acid
hurler (they let him go when he
said be. ran from a holdup at
tempt) spend all theii time looking
at Rogues Gallery photos. Not only
in N. Y. but in nearby states, too.
The Pimlico Racetrack execs
still shudder about the -incident
between Eileen Barton and her
agent during the Preakness. Tele Tele-vision
vision Tele-vision caught the scene but not
(he explosive dialog. ."Candide"
musical director Krchmalnick and
his wife (Gloria Lane, the opera
singer) named the baby Magda.
The blessed-event arrived at Flow Flower
er Flower Hosp. .Gussie Moran's stead
iest escort is Buffalo s Edward
. WASHINGTpN Some interest-! the Rayburn' ioyalisU, the Dera Dera-ing
ing Dera-ing things mar haDDen in Tazaa'ocntic.advisnrr rnmmitt whi.-h
when Texas Democrats, fresh! had held the party together for
from troncing Gov. Allan Shivers, three years, and made a bargain
sui" t men- giaie convenuon. as io wnsr, wouia nappen U tae
Though their vote against Shiv loyalists won. The following was
era was hailed as a vote of confi-, agreed:'1. -., '. : i
dence for Sen. Lyndon Johnson,! 1. Democratic party offistrs
now Texas', favorite son, actually, must sign new .pledge to support
there were some significant back- the party. Old officers who had
Ct O rr A nntnw. l. .... 4 L 1 1 4
stage factors that may cause
ripples of dissent. That's why the
astute Lyndon flew back to Texas.
Real fact is that the Texas vote
was more a victory for venerable
Speaker Sam Rayburn, political
patron saint of Texas, than anyone
else. Sim had never wavered in
his opposition to Shivers. Lyndon
In 1952, at the Democratic con
vention in- Chicago, Governor "Shiv "Shivers
ers "Shivers had given his word to Ray Rayburn
burn Rayburn that, if given a seat at the
convention, he would support the
Democratic ticket there chosen.
It wss the likable Lyndon who
brought bis friend Allan to Ray Ray-burn's
burn's Ray-burn's room in the Blackstone
Hotel and. told Sam that Allan
could be trusted.
Rayburn did trust him. Where
upon Shivers bolted the ticket, and
carried Texas for Eisenhower.
Sam Rayburn has never forgiv
en him for that and never will
He, Rayburn. proceeded to stump
the state of Texas for Stevenson,
in opposition to the man who had
broken his word, while his young
protege, the likable Lyndon, kept
aloof.- Lyndon made one radio radiobroadcast
broadcast radiobroadcast over his wife's station
for. Stevenson. That was all.
Meanwhile, Rayburn, aged 70,
traveled all over the state. Later
he raised money at SlO-a-plate din
ners. Other loyal Democrats joined
him, but not Lyndon., ; ;
; SECRET FRIENDS
Lyndon and Shivers, meanwhile.
remained friends. And when -the
Southern governors' conference
Hand ntrat at- A Maniihas' (pn.
uuu& puuiisiicii iFv.-n uj nyrate. .meen rox becomes
article in The New Leader by
jGrahVille Hicks.' He blasted The
New Yorker s book review section,
especially chief critic Anthony
West. Hicks caHed the -page "a
minor disaster'' ; ? The-- Wiflthrop
Gardiner-Molly TJetcher Bragno
matter is hardly a secret -.to El
Morocco pals .Another roman romantic
tic romantic duet there: Evelyn Bates (one
of the social twins) and1 London's
James' Hanson . .Billy Rose has
Max Reibeiserr negotiating for
the Ziegfeld estate at Hastings-on
the-Hudson. Asking price for the
224, acres (pool, tennis court, a
thousand- rose bushes and man mansion)
sion) mansion) is $300,000. .The late movie
star Edward Arnold's three chil
dren .(.py, ms .original marriage;
are expected to fight the wul.
It's a soil for the. Mortimer Geists.
Mort's the, m u s i c i a n. . .Ann
Sheridan's latest adorer ; Is Guy
Hubbard, the Texas oil .man.
C. Chaplin, Jr. (his allowance is
$100 per). can't, get steady work
in the studios because of bis fath father's
er's father's pink rep. He won't use an
other name because of his love for
the star. The American Legion
Post (H'wood) -made him a mem member
ber member to show that not all H'wood is
cruel, .Merle Oberon's discovery
(artist Laim D'Arcy) has fallen in
love with her. .Linda Darnell and
Ralph M e e k e r (at Chandler's)
started the familiar, tch-tchat. .
Ted Williams' chums fear he wlU
quit baseball suddenly. .Tragedy
struck twice at F. J. Purcell, ex ex-Securities
Securities ex-Securities It Exchange exec. Lost'
his parents last week. .The cops
Mrs, James ; Martenucci June 2.
Her ladder is the Police Inspector,
who bosses the Main Stem sector
. Jt's a girl for the Ed Dawson,
Jrs. Pop was a great athlete at
the Naval Academy. .. .Dorothy
Kilgallen is now Titain-haired.
(Hi, Red!) , .The Duke of Bel Belmont's
mont's Belmont's niece Giovanna weds Mario,
the maitre d' at Romeo Salta's,
June 3rd at St. Patrick's. .Are
we late suggesting' the sports
scribes call Mickey Mantle (the
Home Run king): "Supermantle"?
Hope Hampton, a leading author authority
ity authority on attractive males, took MGM
director F. Wilcox to Armando's
among other romantic places .
Lt Richard Williams will wed Lois
Applegate. ,There will be one one-shot
shot one-shot teevee program to remind
the nation about safe-driving. Fea Featuring
turing Featuring the James Dean tragedy
Rosalind Davidson (her pater owns
most of the Hotel Seville, Miami
Beach) becomes Mrs. Eric May
next month. He's a student at Adel-
phU .Duncan McMartln's mother
is mending after a Big Scare in
Bermuda. Duncan's Canadian gold
amounts to forty mill.. .Is Tony
Veiea of Brazil marrying San Pau
lo beauty Carmen Solbiatti?
Correction: Jerry Wald produced
the Eddy Duchin film. George .Sid .Sidney
ney .Sidney directed. .Hollywood barris barrister
ter barrister Greg Bautzer will be George
Frazier's target for a soondue es essay
say essay in Esquire. .The Broadway
nabbed S members of the
Motor-Psycho set after muggings.
A LONC, LONG ROAD A-WENDINGA 23.8 mile highway bridge, claimed by Louisum, to
... P ifnsest road bridge in the world, is nearing completion in the southeast em part of the
Sin0Wn 01 ont!chrtrn Causeway, the structure wiU connect the greater
New Orleans area with the Louisiana highlands to the north. Above, s crans sets piles at the
.o0?' tTlnla'? north hors. Th. hump provides 25 feet verUcal clear clearance
ance clearance and 65 fet horizontal clcaranes for tha package of small craft
low Dixiecrat governor. Jimmie
Byrnes of South Carolina in
Bvrnes's room in which he. Shiv
ers, proposed -that the South sup1
pun juiuisou in ijo as in v-
ite son. :,"
Governor Byrnes's reaction was
brief and to the point. ."An up
start and. a whippersnapper was
what he called tne Democratic
leader of the Senate.
Later when Shivers came to
Waihinrton for the governors' con.
ference of 1954, it was his friend
Johnson who arranged a break breakfast
fast breakfast for him with the Texas con
gressmen. It was cordial and con
genial,, except for. one thing.
Shivers made no headway with
. Mr.-Sam's motto is: "If a man
goes back on his word, never trust
him again." He wouio nave now now-ing
ing now-ing to do with Shivers. ; ;
However, private meetings be
tween Shivers and Johnson con
tinued. The likable Lyndon be
lieves in compromise. He likes to
set alone with people. When Jonn
son would come back to Texas,
Shivers would slip out of the cap capital
ital capital and go to visit Lyndon at his
ranch 65 miles out of Austin. They
worked together on a lot of things,
including the selection of Lt, Gov.
Ben Ramsey, satellite oi Brown
& Root, as Democratic national
It was not surprising, therefore,
when Lyndon tried to patch up a
compromise with Shivers before
the recent Texas conventions. Few
oeoole knew it. but he even pro
posed that Shivers be a delegate
to the unicago convenuon. rar.
Sam. however, said no. Reached
by Lyndon on the telephone at
Bonham, he stormed :
"No; by God, we won't nave
that .... on the delegation,";
That was that.
JOHNSON' IN REVERSE
At an April meeting at the John.
son ranch, Lyndon sat down with
not been loyal must go.
2. The Democratic caucuses of
each congressional district wnld
pick its delegate to Chicago A'i-
out outside interference or dota
Shortly after the victory, how-,
ever, it became evident that John Johnson
son Johnson did not agree with what had
previously been argued.
rirst, nis leaders demanded tie
right tor veto any delegate not per
sonally acceptable to him. In oh-
er words, the pledge of outside
interference was, thrown over overboard.
board. overboard. : ;
He also proposed Mrs. Llovd
Bentsen, wife of the ex-congress-
Lmin as Democratic national com-
mitteewoman. even though she sun-
ported Eisenhower and though
her family arranged that famous
$125,000 land-deal profit for fhv
era in the Bio Grande Valley. Fail
ing her, Lyndon is for Mrs. Mix
Brooks, who also refused to sip-
Lyndon proposes his former as assistant,
sistant, assistant, ?ohn Connally, as Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic national, committeemen,
though Connally was one of the
most brazen lobbyists in Washirg Washirg-toh
toh Washirg-toh for the natural gas bill.' He
worked with Elmer Patman of
Superior Oil who financed the
$2,500 offer to Senator Case. Ihe
fact that he was Johnson's former
assistant was one reason John Johnson
son Johnson rushed in to kill any real in investigation
vestigation investigation of the gas lobby.
Sam Rayburn has such, a deep
affection for his protege Lyndon
that he will stick with him through
thick and thin. However, ether
I Rayburn loyalists s don't feel too
nappy. ; ... v
They, and they" alone, with- no
help from Jonsonites, carried H ir ir-ris
ris ir-ris County (the city of Houston)
which has 15 per cent of the vote
of Texas. The Johnsonitet did-i't
csrry a single precinct. The loy loyalists
alists loyalists also carried Tarrant Coun County
ty County (Fort Worth). In 40 other Texas
counties, the loyalists passed, watered-down
dubious support, Jot Lyndon,
Cornell Students i
Will. Tour Iran.
ITHACA, N. Y. -(UP)-' Shah
Mohammed Rhiza Pahlevi of Iran
and an American group will sp n n-sor.
sor. n-sor. a tour of Iran next sumn er
by 20 Cornell University, stud ants. ;
Jointly sponsored by the Stnh
and American Friends of the Jl d d-die
die d-die East," the group will spend 10
days at the Iranian Univers. ly
camp on the Caspian Sea. Tien
they will split up. into groups of
two or three to work in Irani in
. The trip is scheduled from July
i to Aug. 9. -. V'
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Rep; Walter H. Judd (R-Minn.)
charged today there are pro-Com-l
munista in the "lower echelons" of
the State and Defense department
who influence "the men at the top."
The GOP congressman did not
name the pro-Communists inv tes testimony
timony testimony before the Senate Internal
Security subcommittee. Nor did
be accuse them of being Commu
nist party members. He said many
art "Intellectuals" and commu
nism "appeals to them."
Judd, a former medical mission'
ary in China, said that shortly af
ter President Eisenhower took of office
fice office a State Department employe
told him the "oM guard" was go
ing to give Secretary of state John
Foster Dulles "the Jimmy Byrnes
treatment keep him out of the
Byrnes Is a former secretary of
State and more recently served as
governor of South Carolina. He was
secretary in the administration of
former President Truman.-
Judd said he submitted this re report
port report to Dulles and President Ei Eisenhower.
senhower. Eisenhower. Asked if the plan had
been put into effect, he said "You
can judge for yourself.'! Dulles has
set a record, for heads of the State
Department, in traveling abroad.
Judd said the State Department
"is a good deal better than it was"
so far as pro-Communist employes
are concerned but still has "a long
way to go." He said they could be
fired if officials "had the will to
, be really tough."
Explaining why he made his
charges, Judd said "a' person in
his right mind wouldn't want to
get into this kind of a situation,, but
I think I've got to do it."
Testifying about past Communist
actMty in China, Judd said be
found some lower echelon U.S. mil
itary, and diplomatic officials -in
China in 1944 "following the line"
to "ditch":. Chiang Kai-shek and
his Nationalists and support the
"Do you think there are some
pro-Communists still in the State
Department and Pentagon" asked
subcommittee Chairman James 0.
"Yes, certainly," Judd replied.
Eastland asked if high officials in
the two departments are "subject
to pro-Communist influence."
"I think so," said Judd; "I don't
see how they could come to the
conclusions they do if that were
not the case." He said, that when
policies "work out consistently a-,
gainst our interests, I don't think
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than last, according to the United
States Savings and Loan League.
The league based its belief on s
recent survey by the Federal Re
serve Board, which showed nearly
10 per cent of consumer "spend
ing units" planning to buy a
house this year. The figure is
slightly more than in 1955.
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COLUMBUS. Ohio. June 1 (UP)
The Ohio Supreme Court today
upheld the conviction of ur. bam
uel H. sneppard wno was sentenc-
ed to life in prison for toe bludgeon bludgeon-slaying
slaying bludgeon-slaying of bis pregnant wife, Mari
The court voted 5 to 2 on one
of the nation's most sensational
Sheppard's only hope how lies
in an appeal to the U. S. Supreme
court or clemency oy me gov governor.
The 32-year-old osteopath's at
torney, Paul M. Herbert of Co Columbus,
lumbus, Columbus, immediately announced
that the court would be asked to
reconsider its decision.
If the court refuses. Herbert
said the case would be taken to
the U.S. Sunreme Court
The court, in upholding Shep Sheppard's
pard's Sheppard's conviction for the July. 4,
1954 murder of his wife, overruled
defense arguments that he did not
receive a fair trial and that wide
spread publicity prejudiced his
Under Ohio law. Sneppard is not
elielble for a parole until ne serv
ed at least 10 years of his life sent
ence in Ohio Penitentiary. He now
is working as a male nurse in the
In presenting Sheppard's appeal
to the court on April 17, Herbert:
Told the court tne trial was un
fair. He blamed "outside pres
sure and claimed the evidence a-
gainst Sneppard was "flimsy."
Planned By Church
An opportunity to go through the
Panama Canal will be offered the
community by the members of St.
Christopher's Episcopal Church on
Sunday, July 8. On this date, a
special excursion will be run from
Pier 18, Balboa, to Gatun and
back to Gamboa.
Many -persons have workd for
years on. or for. tne Panama ca.
nal but few local raters have ac
tually seen the waterway from a
boat. This floating picnic should be
enjoyed. All who would like to
make the trip may get a ticket
from a member of the Church.
BERLIN. Conn. (UP) -A
lost oarakeet teamed "w with a
friendly cat and as result found a
home. Mrs. Robert Clapp said she
returned from a shopping trip to
find her cat, Tabby, gently play
ing with the parakeet.
Contended that the jurors were
permitted to make outside phone
calls during their five days of delib deliberations
erations deliberations and. that they were not
Protested that two Jurors heard
radio broadcasts dura the trial
wtucn were highly prejudicial to
The state, however. Insisted
Sheppard's story of how he fought
wiu a bushy-haired intruder,"
was nothing more than a "sham."
ine prosecution said Sneppard
killed bis wife, messed up their
suDuroan Bay village, Ohio nome
to make it appear there had been
a burblary and then faked an in injury
jury injury to his neck.
For Lalln Sfudenls
To Switch Officers
A mafor command chance in the
U.S. Army Caribbean's School for
Latin American students and in
the U.S. Army Caribbean's Milita Military
ry Military Missions has been announced.
Three colonels, one a newcom newcomer
er newcomer to the command, will be af
fected by the announcement,
Col. Gines Perez, now chief of
the Military Missions, is going to
Fort Gulick early this month to
take over as commandant of the
USARCARIB School The change
is effective June 11.
The current commandant, Col.
John Davis, has been assigned
State-side. He is leaving in mid
Col. Alphonse A. Greene, who ar
rived in the Canal Zone last week
end, is to become the new chief of
the Missions. The change if effec
tive June 11. v
The switch is in keeping with the
policy of rotating top jobs of the
command among high ranking of
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the Panama Line ana its opera opera-tinn
tinn opera-tinn it Pier 61 in North River.
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hips, and devotes considerable
space to the handling of cargo on
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To Feature Organ
; Music Sunday
.V A full schedule of activities
will mark the observance of the
first Sunday after Trinity at
St. Christopher's Epis c o p a i ;
. Churchr Rio Abajo. I
Those attending the services j
rthrouRhout the day will be able
'to enjoy some organ music.
, Through the courtesy of the
'Compafiia Alfaro, a new Ham-,
mond organ has been lent to
. the mission for demonstrations.'
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ne tacrine at $200.00. Call Albraak
FOR SALE: Double bad $20.00,
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Vary toad baby bad and mat.
trail. $15.00. Hiahchair $3.00.
Table $4.00. Gambo 6-495.
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Call Fart Kabbe 14-6191.
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frioratr, re-frioratr, $40.00. Good condi condition.
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FOR SALE: Cfcild'i clothes ca ca-kinat,
kinat, ca-kinat, 4 drawers and deiet far
drasm or suits $5. Fhn lal lal-hoa
hoa lal-hoa 270.
FOR SALE: Everythinf to fur fur-nith
nith fur-nith small apartment. Fina fur.
"'rare, vry law price. Call tale,
phena Panama 3-0511 from 12
noon ta 3 p.m.
FOR SALE: Complete bedrecm
set $150; vanity dratter and teat
$50. Phono 111)011 JM0I
FOR SALE: Easy autamatic
waihinf machine, uied nina
montht. Peru Ave. Na. 37-4g.
FOR SALE: Maheaany livint
raem suit: couch, 2 chain, cof cof-fe
fe cof-fe tble $45; mahootny bed,
martreti and sprint $45; scat scatter
ter scatter nit; 36-inch formica top
fable, 3 chairs $20; Kenmora
portsble tewinf machine $50;
25-cycle -cu. ft, refrigerator
$35. Houi. 0257-A. Gamboa.
FOR $ALE: One 25-cycle I I-eu.
eu. I-eu. ff. G.E. refrigerator $25.
Apt. C, haute 1574, phene 2 2-3320
3320 2-3320 after 3:30 p.m
FOR SALE: -4 v Semi-automatic
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Phone Rodman 3456.
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perfect condition $175. Curun Curun-alu
alu Curun-alu 3219.
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Servel refrigerator, 40-lb. frees-'
ing unit, 9 months old; mahog mahogany
any mahogany double bad, springs, foam
rubber mattress. Phena Balboa
FOR SALE: Nerge 12' refri refri-;
; refri-; gerator, automatic defrosting,
rust proof construction, 80-lb.
freeier compartment, 5-year
guarantee, 60-cycle $285; Kan Kan-mar
mar Kan-mar automatic washer $135.
Phono Balboa 4228.
FOR SALE: Stadia couch,
apans into double bed $185;
Fodders air conditioner $125;
Caloric gat trove $75; Venetian
blinds, bom boo screens. All
terns in excellent conditien. but
cannot fit in new apartment.
FOR SALE:25-cycre automat automat-fa
fa automat-fa changer, perfect conditien
tth G.E. pickup $35; 8x10,
9x12 grass rugs, blue, like now
$15. Pkana 2-3290.
FOR SALE: B.S.A. motorcycle,
1953. 650 c.c. Juan B. Sosa St.
No 2. Telephone 2-5426 from
8:00 to 12:00 noon and from
2:00 te 6:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Allstate motor motor-scooter
scooter motor-scooter 1952. 3 h p., excellent
"ndjtion, one owner. Albrook
' WANTED: Dithes any. a a-mount
mount a-mount of "Royal Dourton" hunt hunt-ing
ing hunt-ing and coaching scene 83 83-4147,
4147, 83-4147, 2154-C. Curundu.
PANAMA PERSONNEL AND
will solve free of charge your
Box 4163 Panama
OX 203 1. ANC0N. CZ.
I0X 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
FOR SALE: 1949 Studebakar.
Mutt tall this weekend. Eacol Eacol-lent
lent Eacol-lent meter, paint, iab, radio,
overdrive teat ciren, etc. You
name the price.: Dr. Lent,' Bal Bal-bea
bea Bal-bea 6367.
FOR SALE: 1941 OldtmobiU
Series 98 2-deer. Cleta through
ut, $450.00. Will financ. 356
Apt. II, Ancon (next t Ancoa
FOR SALE: 1950 Studebakar
Champion. 2-door, $325.00.
FOR SALE: 1950 Dodga Cor Coronet
onet Coronet 4-door tedan, gyromatic,
aicellent conditien, looks like
new, 42.000 miles. CH 82 82-4160
4160 82-4160 durinf werkine heure, 82 82-2265
2265 82-2265 afterwards.
FOR SALE: 1949 Buick Super
4-door sedan, dynaflew, radio,
heater, good condition, $450.
Fetter, 2410-A, Coctli.
FOR SALE: 1947 Packard se sedan,
dan, sedan, clean interior, good condi condition
tion condition $200. Phone Diablo Hts.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
deluxe 4-door sedan, excellent
conditio $525. Phena Navy
FOR SALE: 1952 Packard de deluxe
luxe deluxe 4-door tedin. All extras.
Make after: Albrook 7277 i
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Cus Cus-tomliue
tomliue Cus-tomliue deluxe 4-door sedan, 2 2-taae
taae 2-taae paint, 4 new wtw tires,
new battery, vinyl plastic uphol uphol-story,
story, uphol-story, radia, 14,000. miles. Car
roekt like new $1350. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2896 evenings, 2395 days.
FOR SALE: '41 Chewy. Solid
body, very good motor and tires
$150. Call Panama 2-5298.
LSU Armed Forces
To !!;rl Jraero
1 Hie Louisiana tata. TTnl...
' s w.l.vw
Sitv Armed irnrra. .nils,.-
gram will start? its summer ss-
aion classes on June n. Regis Registration
tration Registration Is scheduled for evenlnes
or June 7 and 8 at the Port
Clayton and Fort Davis Educa-
uon,ueniers irom 7 to 9:30 p.m
Dr.' Paul f!N Vnimi nvnfaiicn.
ww ouiai V1UCUV VI
Psychology, U returning to the
Isthmus tn t.nftoh torn 1a-a it
nun iiriin nr ina iwnaprmanf n
this summer's session, Dr. Young-
nl.n. m A .
piaus ui icacn a course in Edu Educational
cational Educational Psvchnlocv ot HVri; riO
vis on Monday and Wednesday
cvciuuga. me course wiu De or
particular Interest to parents of
school are phllrirnn nil flnvnria
who desires to know more of
what lies behind the education
nrocess A nlasa In Dct,inlri, nr
Adjustment will be offerer! at
run, n.oooe on ruesaays ana
Thursdays. This is an Introduc Introduction
tion Introduction to th stllriv nf nrtinct.mant
in normal adults. Emphasis will
on upon Tocauonai, personal
and social adjustment.
Dr. Pdtll V .Baaa nMlaimr ot
Minemaucs irom tne universi university
ty university will Instruct cI&sxm In pnllaffA
Algebra at Albrook Air Force
oase ana riane Trigonometry at
Dr. Harriet Young will Instruct
composition at Fort. Clayton.
au muuary personnel, their
aepenaents and other U S. dtl-
zeS are eugiDie 10 enroll.
New Church To Be
The St. Jude Hnnr Miicinn nf r
Ion will inaueuratn it nawnhnmh
building on June 15 at 7:30 p.m.
The new church is located at
Ninth Street and Hudson Lane in
the city of Colon.
ENJOY this weekend the Hotel
Country Club of El Valla and,
$14.00 daily for tw portont and
try our new American plan of
evrything included, and swim- V
mint Pl. horses and biago ea
Gramlicb's Santa Clara Beach
Cortaget. Medara nvnincos,
madarata ratat. Phone Gamboa
Spend your week ands at Ria
Mar, the best bathing beach ia
the Republic, with all conve conveniences.
niences. conveniences. Moderate prices: The
new management is anxious ta
serve you. ; . '.
BEACHSIDE vacation Santo Cla-
ra. Shrapnel's comfortable houses,
Phena Thompson Balboa 1 772.
PHILLIPS Oceaasido Cottage.
Santa Clara. Bex 435. Boleoa.
Phene Panama 3-1877. Crista
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. One mil past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Balboa 1866
FOR RENT: On the Santa Clara
Beach half mile from Santa Cla Clara
ra Clara at Sao Cliff Acres. Two bed bed-ream
ream bed-ream concrete house with deep
freeze ice box, tax stave etc. ant)
sleept six, $20.00 weak ends ar
$40.00 monthly. Sa Mrs. An Andersen.
dersen. Andersen. Spend your weekends at Santa
Clara Casina Hotel, drinking,
dining and dancing.
FOR SALE: On small upright
piano. Talephena Balboa 3019.
FOR SALE: "David Bradley"
garden tractor, Disc Harrow,
brand new. 4th St.. house 2068
Curundu. Phono 6164 Jimmy F.
FOR SALE: 9,-eu. ft. Wetting-
bout refrigerator. 25-eycle $75;
mahogany double bod, spring tr
mattress $100; tingle bed, spring
ft mattress $35; Bendix auta autamatic
matic autamatic washing machine, lets than
3 years eld, excellent condition,
25-cycle $200: diniaa ta liaUr
aakH6 chairt, buffet,, table with
al equipment, lathe, bench, taw,
sharpening outfit, tender, motors
$100 for all. 873 Morgan Ave.,
Balboa. Pben Balboa 2736 after
5 p.m. u r.v v .;. r
, FOR SALE: Federal enlarge
35mm. ta 2V4x24, misc. phot
gadgets. Call Balboa 3353.
"Tha WinHwarrf Priori a hnnlr
about the rarihhann and tha
author s adventnrna o1nnr thn-
Miius ui mues or remote trnni
cal ; beaches where sea turtles
come to land and to lay their
eggs, is amoncf the nnm tinni-c
piacea 111 circulation during the
UOOb'WCCK DV U1R f ThiiRI 7nni 1.1
The author Is Archie Carr,
Professor of Biological Sciences
at tha University nf pinrWo
who has spent many years trav-
Kuuig me snores or tne Carib Caribbean.
bean. Caribbean. Re Is as Interested In nan.
pie as well as plants and animals
ana wnies arwut mem with
warmth and insight;
ine comnipra list nr nan,
nooks and their authors an.
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nounced by the library this week
follows: v ...
Non-flctlnn nutria tn tva
I Religions Of Amarlrn TnnV
Windward Road, Carr; Mosqul-
toes. HorSfall: Tima fnr f.lvlmr
Soule; Foreman's Handbook!
neyei; urogram Encyclopedia.
Durtn; The Fall Roundup, West Western
ern Western writers of Antr Nioht tn
Remember, Lord; The Prince and
x, nwe; urana Mademoiselle,
Steegmuller; Billy Sunday was
his Real Name, Mctoughlin;
Let's go to press, Welnir; Lin-
COln'a Soils. Ranrloll- rha11-ra
, y. i- v
of Scandinavia, Shlrer; Six-gun
and Silver Star, shiriav an
ruga eierra country, Lewis.
Fiction In Another Country
Bay lev: The strnno- w a
Blackfort: Case of th RanavnJ
wens BooKie, Bush; Lark's on the
wuie. uaruer: Kavrn n. rrinroh.
ill (his only novel); Men of No
rroperiy, rjavis; The Pinned
Man, Dean; Raquel, the Jewess
Of Tnlerin ITaiiphtnramra-. TV..
I Slaughterhouse Informer, Hy-
ms; invasion or privacy, Page;
The Hunters, Salter; Scorpion
Reef, Williams; and' Treasure
cruise anrt other rnmrh anH
Des Stories. Wylie.
TIN CAN. GET-TOGETHER
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich.-(IIP)
For thn 21 tt nmsnntiva u
the Tin Can Tnuriat t in..!..'
an organization of trailer owners! I
I Mill L.l J lA a A
wm aoia us annual summer en
campment here July 16-31.
FOR SALE: 1953 Oldsmoblle
, 4-door, automatic transmls transmls-'
' transmls-' sion, power brakes, shaded
, glass, radio, YVSW. Duty
paid. S1500.00. Can he fin finance.
ance. finance. Phone Fan. 3-4870. :
ATTENTION & LI Just built
madam furnished apartment!, I,
2 bedroom, bat. cold wot OS,
Phone Panama 3-4941..
FOR RENT: Modern cool,
completely furnished apartment
-in excellent location, living
room, dining nook, I bedroom,
kitchen and bath. For 3 months.
8 Juno to 8 September. Ideal
far responsible individual ar cou couple.
ple. couple. Reasonable rent. Call Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-4868 from 7 a.m. to
9 a.m. 1 p.m. ta 10 p.m.
FOR RENTt 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
kitchen. 13th St. San Francisco,
Via Perrat. Phene 1-2457.
FOR RENTv Surai.k.i ....-
mtnt, $50.00. Clayton neighbors.
regular transportation. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-0471.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, very cool, 2 bedrooms,
living-dining room, kitchen,
garage, talephena. Near Hotel
El Panama. Tel. 3V3424.
FOR RENT: Bet located one one-room
room one-room furnished apartment. Clea'n
and independent. 43rd Street
FOR RENT: 2 bedreorh, 2
bath apartment. Pleasant tur.
soundings, hot water, garage. O
Cangrejo section. Call 2-0321
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apart-rneni,
rneni, apart-rneni, living-dining room, terv terv-onts
onts terv-onts quarters with bathroom,
garage, hot and cold water, in installation.
stallation. installation. New apartment house
at Juan Franca, Sentuarie street.
Phone 3-0908, 3-0918, 3-1062
FOR RENTr Furnished apart,
meat, living-dining room, 2 bed bed-reams,
reams, bed-reams, stove, refrigerator Bella
Vista 43d Na. 64.
FOR RENT: Furnished or un
furnished ana -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, garage. 168 Via Belitari.
' Parrai '..'.',
FOR RENT: Apartment, two
bedrooms, living-dining room,
furnished or unfurnished. San
Francisco, 16th Street No. 6.
"FOR RENT: Tha iaa.l 1-k.J-
room apartment for i bachelor
or a ceupla. easy ta fumiah, hot
water. Near El Panama Hotel,
$65. Call 3-3421.
. FOR RENTt Campa Alegre; 2 2-bodreem
bodreem 2-bodreem apartment, living-dining
room combined, maid's room,
hot water. Phone .3-0942 Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. EIGHTY DOLLARS for 2 -bod-room
apartment. Best location,
largo balcony, cool. Phono 3 3-0934.
0934. 3-0934. VACATION QUARTERS, three
bedrooms, furnished. Juno 9 to
Sept. 12. Only $65 m. Balboa
2-3638. j-. ,-, ......,.,,,.
FOR RENT: C. X. vacation
auartert, 4 bedrooms Las Riot,
Juno I6-Sept. 5. Balboa 3101.
FOR RENT; 3 bedroom chalet,
furnished, screened Bethenia
635. Inguire Tel. 2-0107 Panama.-.:.
FOR RENT: Vacation guartert
Jn 15 to Sept. 1. Completely
furnished house, kitchen, dining
and living- room, 3 bedrooms ( 1
air-conditioned), 2 baths, maid's
quartan, Urge yard, garage. Lo Located
cated Located Bella Vista. Phone 3-6757.
FOR RENT. Vacation quarters,
Patfilla. From July 7 until Sept. 1
",! 8-badroom concrete house
completely furnished, including
refrigerator. Front and back pa pa-,!.'.
,!.'. pa-,!.'. Ur ""rawl. Calf 2 2-0620.
0620. 2-0620. 8 a.m. h 5 a.m. 3-3166
after 5 p.m
East 22nd Street. Ucal for of.
Phn 2-1508, 3-0850.
FOR RENT: CmH AUgro.
Nicly furnished cool room with
;', "?"!.. ".' ''
Monday At JVVB
pianist Hugh Adams will be
presented in nionn
Monday at nm at tv.. inn
JWB Armed Forces Service Cen
His nrocram win inxini. n
votte m O Minor, Bach; Sonata
PatheUque Op. 13, Beethoven;
TWO waltzes. Choninv Two
Etudes, Chopin; Prelude In C
1 Minor. Rachmaninoff; Arabes Arabesque
que Arabesque No. 1, Debussy; Scotch
iPoem. McDowell anri Aiiptfm in.
na oi n atrt ct o n n n
Admission' is 11 anil fnr itn.
1 riant.c c.0 rartt TVi.a i.
v ... 1 c JO liu
charge for military personnel .V
1950 CHEVROLET STA. WAGON S3.50
:,CoIpan brings you the Lottery "Drawings Sunday
10:55 a.m. RADIO PANAMERICANA
Panama 1-090 Kcs. Colon 1230 Kcsl
; 2 USED
. ... l .... -.: .. r V. .
. Year .Make u
CR LOTS ON AUTO ROW
1 fl -.-t-, 1 ,.jtv
Model t Price
-Tiiclbr 1 ? $ 75.00
Fordor ";- 850.00
Sta. Wagon 695.00
TZZ PJLNA.U1 AMZSICAN A- IXCEPEXDEM DAILY NXWSPATEH
FACE SETS I
11 WH IHtllil;
C A? 17 AH O
TWO GOOD V
Fopular Nijht! U0 PER CAR!
Jane RUSSELL Gilbert ROLAND
' 'v -la-
BANK NIGHT! IZ60.00
Robert Taylor, In
KNIGHTS OF THE
Elizabeth Taylor, In
TWO GOOD PICTURES
At 1:00 pjn. Show!
John WAYNE Laurea BACALL, in
In Cinemascope! Also:
Jane WYMAN Van JOHNSON, la
MIRACLE IN THE RAIN .,
FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1958
if '7i umits n it?
IU( it EnkiM Mmoii J11?
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hoi Hoi-lywoed
lywoed Hoi-lywoed and Grape Vine: Gloria de
Haven called off ber engagement
to Miami auto dealer Dick,
Flincher because she wanted to
mix- marriage with more mileage
,'on her career. He wanted a show showroom
room showroom model only. . Word from
France is that Rossano Brazzi will
be Dorothy Dandridge'i co-star in
"The Shortcut," love story of an
Italian army officer and a Portu.
guese girl. . The Jeff Donnell Donnell-Aldo
Aldo Donnell-Aldo Ray not-very-merry -go-round
is a blow to his family. Second
time he's Jumped off the marital
-track. . Sudden thought: Prize Prizefighter
fighter Prizefighter Tony Galento, playing a
comedy gangster in "The Best
Things in Life Are Free," looks
like Edward G. Robinson after a
facial pressing in a waffle iron.
Sophia Leron, the Italian daz daz-slcr,'
slcr,' daz-slcr,' is telling newsmen on the
Spain sets of "The Pride and the
Passion" that' she still eats great
quantities of spaghetti.
"After all," she explains, "I
grew up on it. What I've got came
from eating spaghetti." V
What Sophia's got U.S. movie
queens sure would like. Maybe
spaghetti's the answer, ladies, j
' The Witnot: Jim Backus about
Oscar Levant on TV: "He looks
like ho was dressed by Howard
Jay C. Flippen played, a one one-hour
hour one-hour bit role in "Public Pigeon
Number One." "How do you get
parts like that?" asked Red Skel Skel-ton.
ton. Skel-ton. "Easy," flipped Flippen,' "I
don't put, any money in the
NOT IN THE SCRIPT: Michael
Rennie; about career happiness:
"No actor is happy with his
; work. In fact, it's a drawback to
' be known as an actor in Holly Hollywood.
wood. Hollywood. Personality counts all per personalities
sonalities personalities are happy."
This Is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones:
Even old scripts are re-issued at
;RKO. The studio print shop uses
the blank side of the paper for
printing stage money. And a U-I
location crew solved the boredom
problem when dismal weather
stopped work. They numbered the
blades of an, electric fan and
played .roulette! ,1 ... ,;;
: The Greatest Show on Earth
ain't what she used to be.
When the debt-ridden Clyde
Boatty circus folded in Los An.
solos, the big top' attorney,
Howard A. Levine, shod a tear
for "the end of an era." Before
World War II started, reported Le Levine,
vine, Levine, there wore 24 railroad car
circuses operating in the U.S.
"When Boatty had to fold hero ho
was the 25th circus owner to- go
under in 15 years. Ringling is
now the solo survivor of the big big-time
time big-time traveling circus business
and I hoar their receipts are off
about SO per cent this year.";
TV and other forms of entertain entertainment,
ment, entertainment, says Levine, have squeezed
the circus dollar to death. There
may come a day soon, he predict predicted,
ed, predicted, when, American kids will know
about the Big Top only from pic pictures
tures pictures and books.
Off The Sound Track: Betty
Hutton changed her mind and will
warble two songs while playing a
dramatic role in "Spring Reun Reunion."
ion." Reunion." Promises' Betty: "This time
I'll sing like a lady not a
lunatic." . ; Margaret 'O'Brien's
taking vocal lessons in hopes of a
song-and-dance girl role. ; .
Robert Wagners recording the
title tune from "A Kiss Before Dy Dying"
ing" Dying" and so is Bob Mitchum for
"Bandido."1 Seems the only guy
who doesn't sing in this town is
Ktrmit Schafor about a starlet
"She's a can-can girl. 'Can I havo
thisT Can I havo that?'
Director George Seaton told a
young Marine, playing an extra in
"The Proud and Profane," to
"grimace and act like you're ceal-
ly wounded.". Seaton s blushing
The extra turned out to be -i.t,
Stanley Warzyniak, j Korean 'war
hero and holder of three rurpie
w . wu onves 10 greet movie star
Marlon Brando nn hi arrival r. -!:'- ..
I 11-. nj , -Kw "i imyv iniemailODal
' JiiM in 'or.,th or JTeahouse
Metal Panel Double Bed
; complete . . . 29.00
34 Bed complete ,'. .-. .... 24.00
Mahogany Double Beds
: complete with New Mattress 75.00
: Modern Mahogany Wardrobes 59.00
Chifforobe ... . 25,00
Folding Beds with Mattress 35.00
Mahogany Dining Room Suites 85.00
Many Other Bargains in New 4 Used Furniture
WE PAY CASH FOR YOUR OLD
FURNITURE JUST CALL 3-4911
1 Vv : ii-..i'-:,i:- i. 'J:;-.:,- :,.''
HX Household Exchange
41 National Ave. (Auto Row)
Your, Community Statics
,- (Telephones t-SOM)
trhert 100.000 reople Meet
Today, Friday, Jane 1
; 4:30 What's Your Favorite (re
quests taken py pnone
5:35 What's Your Favorite
nn Tn h nnnnnred
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
. REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
8:30 Your Dancing Party
6:45 M ELACUR INO MUSI MUSICALS
CALS MUSICALS (Nescafe!
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:50 Nelson Eddy'a penthouse
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Short Story Theater
0:00 You Asked For It (re-1
. quests taken by phone
' : fin T-in
in:3n Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
12:00 sign on.
Tomorrow, Saturday, June 2 ;
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clots
Club (requests taken
by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Jazs Salon
8:15 The Christophers :
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:15 Bon jour Mesdames
9:30 As I See It
10:00 News 1
10:05 Spins And Needles (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
...... till 8:30)
11:05 Spins And Needles
11:30 Journey Into Space-
P.M. (''. '-
12:30 New tune Time 8
1 15 Serenade Iri Blue r
1:30 Wayne King Serenade
2:00-Old New Orleans.'
; 2:15 Rhythm And Reason ..
2:30-i:Parls Star Time
3;00 Concert On The Mall
3:30 Music For Saturday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
: till 3:00)
5:35 What's Your Favorite
. (cont'd) a
6:00 Guest Star
6:15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Manhattan Melodies
:45 Do It Yourself .......
7 : 00 Much-Binding
7:30 Report From The U.&A.
8:00-Saturday Night Dandlng
8 : 30-Educatlng Archie
8:00 Your Hit Parade
8:30 Ray'e A Laueh
10:00 Music From Hotel El Pan-
10:30 Owl's Nest, (requests
taken by phone through
1:00 a.m. Sunday Sign Off.
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MUCH OF the money being contributed In this year's Cancer" Fund drive will be devoted to
the treatment of patients at the Zone hospitals. Maj. John M. Kohl, chief radiologist at
Gorgas, Is shown here demonstrating an advanced method of treating cancer with a modern
X-ray machine for theraphy. Left to right are: Miss Margaret Speece, X-ray technician;
Capt. Carlos G. Llanes, assistant to the chief radiologist; Sp-3 Howard White, of Fort Ama Amador;,
dor;, Amador;, and Maj. Kohl On the table as the "patient" la Pfc. Bertltte, of Fort Amador.
: FISH STORY
HARTFORD; Conn. (UP)
Minutes after dumping thousands
of new trout in the Housatonle
River, the State Fish and Game
Department learned that the 1955
floods didn't have as bad an effect
on fishine in the stream as it had
feared. Department officers who
stocked ine stream met a coupie
of anglers who showed them their
day's catch 'nine large-sized
trout caught -before the new
fish were put into the. river.
11 laiy livr cawo you to luffor
from indifMtlon. (M, heartburn, con con-tipaUon,
tipaUon, con-tipaUon, IwodMhei, bad breatli, ill ill-laMa,
laMa, ill-laMa, bIUoumM and ikln blamlahaa,
ret His" bom you' chemist today.
Hiaalan is a real tonlo to the Uvar an
Inustinaa, Oat Higalen at drusitora.
Hundreds aM hundrc
t f:ty ''' ''f-S" r 'V .')
No. 111 Central Ave. Phone 2-3435
STARTS JUNE 4th
Mondays and Thursdays
Beginners 5:00 p.m.
Intermediate 6:00 p.m.
Advanced 7:00 p.m.
2-2759 or 2-2839
NOV! Special Summer Rates
Now Thru September 15
Daylight Flights ;
Aboard the modern,
Coftvair 340 :
Used on all LACSA
visit costa iua
Stop-over, at no
n f .''.r- --r'
" f )T"S7agT 2 Credil Plan:
' 'W : M FLY NOW
tWM N pay-'uter"
I I CHARGE IT TO MY
SAN JOSE & -ACCOUNT
I . .' pi- 1 (up to 5 months to pay)
I 0- LACSA also serves Mexico
(85 min ) I imjU' San Salvador Havana Grand
- j S' Cayman.
' ji For information see. your travel agent or call ;
?"llflfc 2-2429 (at noon or after 5:00 p.m.Tel. 2-0670
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r THZ FAX A MA AMERICA A.V IXDEPEXDEXT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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THE RECEIVING LINE formed in the main lounge of the Officers Club, Albrook AFB, for
! the Farewell Coffee honoring Mrs. Reuben C. Hood, recently. Left to right are Mrs. John
OberfeS HonorarV Vice-President; Mrs. E. W. Napier; Mrs. William K. Harrison: Mrs. Hood,
honoree and Honorary President of the club; Mrs. I. C Wagner, President of the Albrook OWC,
MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM E. POTTER
ATTENDS ROTARY LUNCH
'Major General William Everett Potter, new Governor of
the'Chnal Zone, was f uest of honor yesterday at the Panama
Rotajijy Club luncheon at the Balboa Room of the El Panama
Other guests were Edward A. Bacon, Assistant Secretary
of ine Army; Ralph H. Cake of Portland, Ore.; Robert P.
Burroughs, of Manchester, N. H.; Lt. Governor H. E. Schull,
it.i Nelson Magner, of Cristobal; Constantine Bundas, of
Guayaquil, Ecuador; John W. Brauns, of Erie, Pa.; E. E. Hoi Hoi-land,
land, Hoi-land, of Hartford, Conn.; C. N. Younghusband, of London;
M. B. Carter and Caryl Watklns, of New York? Juan Walker,
of fetntiago Chile; Chaplain H. Donovan, of Fort Amador;
W. 527 Sink, of Albrook AFB; Cyril Best, of the 15th Naval
District, and Walton P. Sellers, Dr. Igo Glattsteln, E. G. Bro-
ntiloftf and George Cardoze, of Panama.
British Embassy Givt
The British Ambassador and
Mrs. lad Henderson were hosts at
an Embassy Reception yesterday
to celebrate the birthday-pf JH JUL,
Elizabeth II of -Britain, t J'oS,
,Vot. And Mrs; Hugh Arfid v-JUMVi
i The Director of the' Enaineer-
lng and; Construction: Bureau ,ot
the Panama Canal Company and
Mrs. Hugh Arnold were hosts
Wednesday evening at an infor
mal-cocktail buffet held at the Al
.brook .Officers' Club in honor ;f
Goyernor W, Jt. Potter. 5
Canftm-and MrsiHarri Li3acli
of iBatbeafsre- leaving -by. iplanft
ihij ftemooa fo.' ihe V. f t J
Sy mg At Vottf ifefVice Center Theaiers Tonight!?
BALBOA Air-Conditioned 4:30, 6:20, 8:10
a k) TECHNICOLOR wm-Khn
Saturday "THR TREASURE OF FANCHO VILLA"
The Mighty Musical of the Mississippi!
.2j JIIUIT uwni
' Ten-thirty show tonlfht "THB BIQ HEAT"
Ssturtlsy "WE'RE NO ANGELS
Dane CLARK ft Lite MILAN
"THE TOUGHEST MAN ALIVE"
Saturday "SHOW BOAT"
Cornel WILDE ft Anne FRANCIS
"THE SCARLET COAT"
Safarday "THAT FORSYTE WOMAN
States. During their vacation they
will attend the graduation of their
son, Timothy, from Bradley Uni
versity m reona, Illinois.
Lt. Col. And Mrs.
Devid C. Burke Arriving
Lt. Col. and Mrs. David G.
Burke will arrive at Cristobal a.
board the SS "Ancon" from New
York. Lt. Col. Burke is with the
Mrs. Van Richmond
Honored At Despedida
Mrs. Helen Richmond, wife of
Lt. Colonel Van Richmond, derma dermatologist
tologist dermatologist of Gorgas Hospital, was
honored at a tea, given early this
week at the home of Mrs. William
Mrs. Charles 0. Bruce presid presided
ed presided at the tea table.
Mrs. Richmond will leave t the
Isthmus ; shortly, when her hus
band transfers to a new post.-at
Reception for JH
" Drt James G. -McDonald, Repre Representative
sentative Representative of the League of Nations
MEETS WITH IKE Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft
Benson makes some notes as"
he leaves the White House
after conferring with Presi President
dent President Eisenhower on plans to
put the new Farm Bill into
operation a squlckly as possi possi-.
. possi-. ble.
will be honored with a reception
by the Hebrew Association at the
Washington and Panama Rooms of
the El Panama Hotel on Saturday.
U. S. Embassy Reception
Honors New Governor
The United States Ambassador
and Mrs. Julian Fiske Harrington
entertained with a reception for
the new Governor of the Canal
Zone, Major General William Ev
erett Potter, at the Embassy Res Residence
idence Residence on La Cresta yesterday
Members of the press were in-
vittd yesterday to 'a cocktail par
ty at the El Panama Hotel to
meet the "Goldwyn Girls" who
are spending a day or two in Pa
nama before continuing on their
goodwill tour to other Latin A-j
Donald L. Keller
Will Vacation Here
Donald L. Keller is returning by
Military Air Transport Service
(MATS) to spend the summer va
cations with his parents Mr. and
Mrs. John 0. Keller of Cocoli.
Young Mr. Keller is a student at
Carsen Long Military School in
Bloomfield, Penn. He will remain
on the Isthmus for about three
months. t; ? j;.
, (Continned on Pag )
Greer GARSON ft Enrol FLYNN
'THAT FORSYTE WOMAN'
Tw-thlrty shew tonight "MACAO
Sahirday 'THE ETERNAL SEA"
q ft Tss
Richard CONTE ft Mala POWERS
Satnrday TRACK OF THE CAT"
FARATSO Lex Barker, rn "DUEL ON THE MISSISSIPPI
tA BOCA THE KTLLFB'S KISS" ft THE PROWLER"
84 VTA CRITE TUnlr ef the Avennei ft 'Cnrfcy ef Caroline Alley
CAMP BIERD Vbstnla May, im "She's Back On Broadway"
10:30 SHOWS T0K1GHT!
Diablo heights I Margarita
Atlantic Side Residents
yajuA fommiuuiy Station
Panama's only all-English radio outlet will
soon begin broadcasting the top radio
programs which are extremely popular with
Panama Gty radio audiences on 1090 kilo
cycles from the city of Colon.
;THE BIG HEAT"
n A I H f A TOMORROW
0r L & XJ TV (Saturday) ONLY!
pWITH GUTS AND GUNFIRE
Into history I
'ATLANTIC SIDE RESIDENTS will soon be able enjoy:
e Len's "As I See It"
Sally's 'Spins And Needles?
e Accurate up-to-the minute news
e Dave's "What's Your Favorite"
Music from Hotel El Panama
And many other entertaining and informative
: programs :y ,
SUNDAY & MONDAY
HOG 1030 Kcs. Colon
aur aaru i ii tMiic m mnrt u r
o cDm colbert-barrt suluvan
; ;J siprxstop
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Telephone Panama 2-3066
WASHINGTON, June 1 (UP)
nsncuiiure secretary jczra -T,
Benson announced yesterday he is
launching the newly authorized
sou oank immediately. He. prom
lsed "generous", payments to
farmers who plow under some of
Benson, who has criticised
"plow under" programs in the
past, told a news conference there
is "probably some justification"
for this one because farmers were
not to blame for the delay in pass
ins new farm legislation.
The new plow-up program Is
the first since Henry Wallace
was secretary of agriculture in
the early years of the New
Benson set government var
ments yesterday for farmers who
plow under cotton, corn, wheat
and rice. Payments for peanuts
and tobacco will be announced lat
er. Benson was unable to estimate
how much additional income the
move will give farmers this year.
At ine same time. Benson ex
pressed considerable 1 dissatisfac dissatisfaction
tion dissatisfaction with the "second chance"
farm bill passed by the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic controlled Congress last
week. He said that "if we're here
next January" the administration
will request a number of changes.
' President Eisenhower made a
similar statement when he signed
the farm till Monday. He a 1 s o
said congressional delay "makes
it virtually impossible tn put the
soil bank properly into effect in
1936." , .-
Congress authorized the admin
istration to give farmers 11,200.
000,000 a year for taking some of
their surplus cropland out of pro production.
duction. production. But it rejected the Presi President's
dent's President's plan to pay farmers this
year for land they promise to take
out of production in 1957.
Benson said farmers who have
not yet planted their crops will
be eligible for payments by reduc reducing
ing reducing their acreages below federal
allotments. But he warned farm
ers not to plow under crops or re
duce their acreage until they sign
soil bank agreements with country
The rates set by Benson apply
only to the acreage reserve sec section
tion section of the soil bank, which he
called "the heart" of the new
farm law. He said regulations
covering the conservation reserve
program will be announced later.
Under this, farmers must cover
their Idle land with conservation
crops to qualify for payments.
under the acreage reserve.
farmers would be paid 15 cents a
pound for cotton they do not grow.
90 cents a bushel for corn, $1.20 a
bushel for wheat, and $2.25 a hun hundredweight
dredweight hundredweight for rice.
All figures are multiplied by
the average yield. This would
make payments about S36 and a-
cre for corn, S2 an acre for1 wheat.
$70 an acre for cotton and $34 an
fere for rice. .n- :,v;,-vi ;
Benson said ne made tne pay
ments "generous" because the
program was designed to meet an
emergency." He added, howev
er, that 1950 will not De "a fair
test" of the effectiveness of t h e
soil, bank in cutting farm sur
pluses and bos ting farm, income.
fB ejt w
BY CAILI DUCAS
NEA Women's Editor
NEW YORK (NEA) -There's
nothing prosy about stockings.
Stretch stockings have blossomed
into pastels, sandal stockings and
dress sheers come in pale colors,
too, and evening sheers are trim trimmed
med trimmed with pastel lace ruffles, pain
ted butterflies of tiny take jewels.
Since clothes should be fun to
choose and fun to wear, pretty
hosiery makes sense. Moreover,
the new stocking styles are prac practical
tical practical since all of them are com completely
pletely completely washable. Hosiery should
be matched up to shoe styles as
well as to the dress and suit colors
in a wardrobe. , t
Wo show (left) the sandalfoot
nylon decorated in pastel butter
flies. These are hand-painted in
pink or blue, are accented wiui
rhinestones in matched colors.
TW new gleam-seam stocking
(right) is an ultrasheer sandalfoot
nylon with jeweler's seam of me
metallic silver or gold thread.
QUICKEST WAY OUT
LANSING. Mich. (UP)
Douglas Smith, Huron County con conservation
servation conservation officer, received a com complaint
plaint complaint from a farmer about
strange pheasant damage. The
farmer stepped into a seldom-used
barn on his property and fright frightened
ened frightened a flock of about 100 pheas pheasants.
ants. pheasants. The birds took off in a hur hurry
ry hurry and flew right through the barn
windows, smashing every window
pane in the building.
Enjoy Color Films
Of Hawaii, Japan
An audience of seventy-five
memDers and guests of the Dia
bio camera Club enioved two
color movie films at the club's
meeting last night at Diablo
Heignts. -Hawaii calls" and "So
Small My Island" were shown
through the courtesy of Pan
American Airways. The latter
film, a superbly photographed
documentation of lif in Janan
today, was particularly appre
ciated oy me local photograph
It was announced at the
meeting that a photographic
field trip will be made to Tabo Tabo-ga
ga Tabo-ga island on June 16 and 17, and
that plans are being made for
a trip to Cartagena, Colombia,
Restored In Texas
AUSTIN. Tex. (UPi LiTh
French legation that was the scene
of many social functions more
than 100 years ago when Texas
was a republic has been restored.
The Daughters of the Republic
oi Texas spearheaded the drive
to raise the necessary funds,
The states of Texas turned the
legation over to the patriotic or
ganization to, act as custodians in
1949. in the last seven years,
the organization has been raising a
considerable sum of money to re
store ine legation.
Now the job is complete and the
legation will become one of the
show places of this capital city of
. Texas was' a republic from 1836
until 1845 when it was admitted to
SECRETARY OP THE ARMY WILBER M. BRUCKER ? (left)
greets Robert M. Donley (right) director, Civilian Personnel Personnel-United
United Personnel-United States Army Caribbean, one of the 27 directors if CI- :
vi.B,,Pesonnel attending the world wide, five-day conference -on
' Civilian .personnel Management in. the Army Establish-,
ment in the Pentagon. Donley, with representatives .from
each Overseas Commands, Army Commands, and Army Tech-
nical Services, is participating in planning sessions led by Lt.
Gen. Walter L.,Weible, (second from left) deputy chief of staff
lor personnel, and Robert H. .- Willey (second from right)
; director jot civilian personnel, Department of the Army.
. v : (U.S. Army PhotoV-
Scrclls GSvc Ctezs To Fcrtcns, v
lordan Expects Treasure-Hunters
With instructions in English. Small Shipment just
arrived. Order in time one box of this Magio Food
everybody is talking about. 24 vials for' $25.00.
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Tel. 3-4575 30th St. No. 4-90
In front of Centro Mexico-
LONDON, June 1 (UP) Ac
counts of fabulous gold and silver
hoards inscribed on two ancient
copper scrolls might send a wave
of treasure-hunters into Jordan,
scnoiars saia today.
ine fact that past stories of bu
ried treasure in the Middle East
have failed to materialize or that
old landmarks have been covered
up probably will not discourage
adventurers seeking to get rich
quick, they said.
Details of the scrolls, found on
the western shores of the Dead Sea
by Bedouins, were disclosed yester yesterday
day yesterday in Manchester and Amman,
When they were first discover
ed they were expected to contain
biblical writings as had previous
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papyrus scrolls. Instead, they re
ported the existence of a 2,000
year-old secret of 200 tons of buried
The fragile scrolls were careful carefully
ly carefully opened at the Manchester CoL
lege of Technology at the request
of the Jordanian Department of
Prof. H. Wright Baker who direct
ed the delicate task said the de
tails of the scrolls were "surmis
- His statement said they contain
some 60 hiding places for the trea treasure.
. He said the treasure mentioned
consisted of gold .and silver mea measured
sured measured in the ancient system of tal talents,
ents, talents, boxes of incense and other ob objects.;
jects.; objects.; ".
The scrolls indicated it was bu buried
ried buried in the ranges from East Heb Hebron
ron Hebron to Mount Gerzira near Nablus,
a stretch of SO miles in Jordan
near the Israel border west of the
Dead Sea. Most of it appeared to
be the city of Jerusalem.
. The scrolls were believed hurled
by members of the Essenes, an
historic Jewish sect whose settle settlement
ment settlement was destroyed by'the Romans
in 68 A.D.
From the clumsy manner in
which they were rolled it was Sur Surmised
mised Surmised they were hidden in a hurry,
possibly due to an impending Rom Roman
an Roman attack.
Baker, asked about attemots te
unearth the treasure, pointed out
that the area covered a "terrific
range of country."
His: statement Said exact locali
ties were difficult to identify, now
since the country's typography has
changed considerably since the first
SPECIAL PERFORMANCE TONIGHT
'of our dazzling trio of musical Spaniards
Guitars, Sapnish nose flute, accordion, violin and the pow powerful,
erful, powerful, melodious voice of JOSELITO, all part of their enter entertaining
taining entertaining act tonight in honor of the GOLDWYN GIRLS, now
visiting Panama on a tour sponsored by MGM and Max
EXCLUSIVELY in the Bella Vista
Room 8:30 St 11:30 p.m.
No Cover No Minimum
Call for table .reservations.
THX FA!f AMI AMEXICAJt AS rfPtTCTOPrT PAH,T ytTTS? AfPI
Socia ( and Otli
Returns Frero Bo$tpn f j
Mrs. Nina MuteMari has retura-i
d te the Isthmus from Boston,
Miss, accompanied by her grand granddaughter,
daughter, granddaughter, Marta, who is a student
at Katherine Gibbsr College ia that
city. Miss Mastellarl will spend
, tha summer holidays at her fam family's
ily's family's home in Bail Vista.
' ai... T TV lathmua '. '
ri mnA Un Thnmaa Barfield.
vwi. u - -r.. I
aecomoanied by t h e i r children
i Thomas and Jane arrived recent recently
ly recently from Fort Bliss, Texas. -Col.
Barfield is attached to Caribbean
AUTHINTIC NEW ENGLAND
MARRIAGE FEAST CENTERS'
' ', ION LOBSTER, NEWBURG;
--:Ci .rr..- ....... y gatnok maddo
will be assigned as Chief Opers-
tinn Division 'J-S. 't '
The Barfields art residing at
Quarry Heights.; U
Visiters From United States t j
: Mi- i niV "Mr. Stuart Holland of
Hartford, -Connecticut, are in Ea-
nimi and .witt SDend two weeKS
with Mrs.;HoJand's .parents Mr.
and Mrs." Carlos Icara. Mrs. Hol Holland
land Holland is the, former Natalia Icaza.
Sproul FamHy Leaves! ,.
Fer States v. ,:.V' -,'V
' Mr. and Mrs. John J.- Sproul,
accompanied by their' three chil chil-j
j chil-j ihnhim Arthur. Sara Caro
lina, and George David, left yes
terday for.their home in ine vwy
ed States. ; ;. j
Mr Snrout. who exoects to be
: Scout Mews
s.- Senior Seeuts Held Court
; ; ef AweraW j located in the central part .of the
Nearly 50 parents, friends and h been resident of the
Intermediate .Girl Scouti WwJ:x,thinM for the past sixteen years,
recently at the Balboa Girl scout, hm h,. vn .etiv. in agri-
House toattend the first 'annual culture 1,0 the rural dis-
Troop 80. The program opened with
fla aaramnnv- rnnrflipted : bv
Carolyn Corn and Sandy Dunning
serving as color guards. f
' A ceremony of lnvestltute was
k.iri Un. Patricia George troop
committee member. Mrs. George
represents the American Legion
- AuviiiiBPv whiMt inontnn Troon 80.
Mamharahin atara ranresentina a
year's service were- presented-to
Betsy Allen, Doris Bleafcieyj caro-
1n Pnni Marinn Hnw. Dorothv
Rose, Mickey Walker, and Caroline
Zirkman. V v.
NEA Food and Markets Editer
Thar Ms a beautiful- authentic
New England Inn at Sturbridge,
Mass. it is cauea me ruouca
House" and is" noted for its wed
ding parties. -- j V .'
We asKett airso iwise v-oggc-
hall thf. innkfwrifir. to Dlan a
wedding feast for 'our column sim-'
ilar to one at wis lamous j ioui
, century Tread way Inn.
Her suggestion: strawoemes,
mplnn bills and fresh vineacole
srvni hi melon cuds, toast
tenderloin' of beef in aspic, lob
ster Newburg in small patty shells,
souffle potatoes; chicken and cu cucumber
cumber cucumber mousse. Tine and' green
olives,; tiny hot buttered rolls,
chocolate cream roll, coaee. s
it .Chicken and Cucumber Mousse
a la Treadway 1 '
Put l inrnmhri in half lenelh-
wise and discard the seeds. If the
sKins are tougn, peei mem. itiancn
tha cucumbers in 2 cuOs of boil
ing water with 2 tablespoons of
lemon juice for 5 minutes. Drain
well and puree coarsely. Cool and
add z teaspoons worcestersnire
sauce, 1V4 teaspoons isalt, tea
spoon white pepper, i cup mayon
naise. Soften 1 ounce gelatin in 4
The program of the first year of
iurv Senmr Cirl -Spoilt tTOOD Is
, built around the requirements Xt
the Five romt irogram wiw qw-
' uitiu : in tha fiplrN ttt CBmoine.
rviff omeronmrv DreDaratlon.
knowieuge of the Girl .Scout coun
cil and expanding special interests
' 'or hobbies. ;y ."
Short talks describing these acti acti-'
' acti-' cities were given by Claudia Davis,
Martha Miller; Dorothy Rose. Peg Peg-n
n Peg-n Mnmn ani) frelia Eeeleston.
Five Point Pins were awarded by
; th leader: Mrs.- Ray Wilson, to
tha fniUwin pirls: Betsv Allen
jEitun RarrAtt. Marv Ann Brandon.
Claudia Dayis, Celia Dorfman, San-
- ay iunning, veceua cggiesiuo,
noa Howe,' Virginia Mauiain, juar.
tha Miller, Peggy Morgan, Barba Barba-.
. Barba-. ra Parker, Dorothy Rose and Mic Mickey
key Mickey Walker.
Following the formal program;
Minr aildM thowinff the hiehlights
of the year were shown. These were
graciously loaned for the occasion
' by several parents and friends of
Senior Scouts. The narration was
given by Doria Bleakley.
Refreshment! were served and
the evening closed with the singing
. of "Taps." '
Farmer Crop Prices
Up For Fillh Month
WAuivune -x r -. "d Uii. to
nortcd .vasterdav'thaf prlteajthe cucumber mixture with 1 cup
farmers received for their crops heavy cream rtwnippeo sum.
1 1 i!t.- h-. r Bnt Blend well and add 1 tun of
in the monUi ending May io.m
o. hh fifth xtraieht monthly rise.
The -department said, nowever,
that farmers' production and liv liv-ine
ine liv-ine -costs rose one per cent; dar
ling the month, f f s.
tk tniin,riK loft the farmers
1 A Uv ; -
freturn at an average 85 per cent
of parity.? This compared- wuo ju
per cent in mio-Apru anu w
cent m Mid-May, iw.
."Parity is theoretical price cal calculated
culated calculated to give farmers, a fair je-
hirn. An inpir nrcHiuce iu tuuiueir
soft -With-thtf COStot (flings iiey
rhnnned chicken and a few droos
of green vegetable coloring. Turn
the-mousse into a cniiieo moid
with very thin round Cucumber
slices around the inside of the
mold. Chill and unmold the
.mousse on a chilled platter. Gar
nish with watercress or parsley.
Aslor Heir To Ved
Charlotte Filk In
Wisconsin June 16
r.srrM HIV Wia lime 1
(VP) Miss Charlotte Fisk, Green'
Bay, and William Astor, son oi
John Jacob Astor HI, will be mar-;
hed here June 16 at ine i;nioni
CongregaUonal Church. . J
Astor, 20, and his fiancee met,
two years ago- at Northwestern U U-niversity
niversity U-niversity where both are student! i
Their engagement was announced
last winter by Miss risk's moth-,
p Mr Far I Fisk and the eouole.
later visited the elder Astor at his
Miami Beach home. - t I
Actnr la tha.onlv male hfir in
th. Astor name in the American
branch of the family. His uncle,
w. Vincent Astor, neaa oi me
family's real estate empire, has
no sons. -. 11 it : I
Astor's mooter Is Mrs. Riymond
RuMt of Palm Beach, Fla., the uon oouars irom a i"
!frrn!er Ellen Tuck Frcb. She John Jacob Astor. who pe"?..
i5v thS elder Astor in 19 the Titanic He has another child,
J d rtSiv'ed an m.ted ?ne V"Jwjj:
lion dollar settlement. j wife, from hom he is legauy scp-
Jacob Astor III inherited 5 mil- arated.
'have "you hoard them?.
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to DtMiatn.Mie lata crtwa 4
. i ; ( .A. .
Evary Friday and Saturday 4
mMnit to 4:50 as. m W4
air-eofl41ttd y s:
BAUOA BAR 4
(lUlhteap M-tha houM at SO l
Oaart alay Hte iene
10 p.m. A
Sun, Tg, W., T1"ri,.;-
French eolegne for' warm weather refreshment
nackaced in a Unr b4Ue with an atomiser attached. Th
buitt-in atomiser makes the bottle safe in luggage er handbag
Thte anray package can be bought in two, favorite scents scents-By
By scents-By ALICIA BART, NEA Beanty Editor. il
Agriculture Secretary Ezra- T.
Benson said he is "very pleased
...itu ha wiv farm nnces nave
.1... In .tha.naat fivA months.- He
said farm markets have become
The department attributed the
price rise from mid-April to mid mid-May
May mid-May principally to increases w
tne prices oi nugs, puunvu,
cattle, and tree fruits.
HEKI'S CHANCI TO TILL
ABOUT THE HOUSE OP YOUR
a Hninwivs hara'i vnnr rhinre
. if you ve ever said, u i ever
buiid a house, believe me it is
going to have and what
housewife hasn t?) there's a man
who would like to hear your idea
of what a feouse for a family ought
to be like.
.- A requiem mass wfll he held
t St.. Paul's Church tomor tomor-row
row tomor-row morning at 6 o'clock for
tha raiuiKo Of the SOUl Of UlC
I late Benjamin Ford.
, J Italian Gnsul in Colon
Will b glad to rsctlvt his fellow citizens, author.'.
ities and friends of Italy, on the occasion of tha I
edservance of the Anniversary of the founding
of tha Republic of Italy, Saturday, June 2, 195S,
; : ; v ':-
Calle San Antonio from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Ha la nn ifxa than' the ffnvern
mant'a tnn hnuainff hn(. Albert M.
Cole, administrator of the Housing
ami Hnma Finanra Airpnrv. MB la
hoping that the nation's housewives
will ait rinwn and write him.' eiv
ing their ideas on how the modern
hnma ran ha imnrnvplt ..f -M -j
. "I hnna m mail will ahnrtlv rt
'4veal an active demand for a wom
an's congress on housing,'' Cole
Well,: let'i get busy and show
him an oh-so-active demand. Who
knows better than the housewife
i just what makes a house conven
: ient, comfortable, and easy to care
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UTha ttiif 'a limiaawif who
!haa atnipclarf In kaan a home neat.
I; to find enough storage space for
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tertain entertain various age) groups, to find
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tha livinf rnnm. who knows more
I about what strains ana aemanas
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nnn't ha temnted to hang damp
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To ;Gop $650 Feature
The Stud Santa Eduvigis' consistent Tony
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featured $650 Oass C seven furlong sprint at the
Juan Franco race track.
Scheduled to oppose Archie 0 0-Jtarrio's
Jtarrio's 0-Jtarrio's star are Begonia, Salero,
.Chivilingo, Persian Countess and
.Kadir and Salero are expected
.to furnish Tomy with his stiffest
'opposition with Begonia, Chivilin Chivilin-to
to Chivilin-to and Persian Countess going out
Ht longshots. x
Leading jockey Alfredo Vasquez
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tively respectively behind classy Town's Wall
their last time out Tony will pack
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Leon in the saddle.'
Persian Countess (115) could
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now consistent Jorge PniUips.
Chivilingo, a confirmed in-and-
outer, gets in under 110 pounds
and will be booted by Aurelio Me.
na. If in the mood, this one time
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Begonia returns to the races aft
er a long layoff during which his
weak underpinnings were treated.
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and will have the vastly improved
Braulio Baeza handling bis reins.
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Home Run Sluggers To Have
Sad Day When Dodgers Move
From Inviting Ebbets Field
By STEVE SNIDER
NEW YORK. June lfUP1 I
It'll be a sad day for the home
run sluggers when the Dodgers
move out of Ebbets Field into
their hoped-for new home.
The old Brooklyn ball vara.
built in 1913 when home runs
were a rarity, has turned "Into
a nomer nmera neaven.
There are parks with fences
closer to the plate, but there's
something about Ebbets Field
that sets a slugger spine a a-tinfllng.
tinfllng. a-tinfllng. "I've never been able to fleure
why," said Wally post of the
Redlegs, "but the ball seems to
travel farther in Ebbets Field
than It does anywhere else.
I always eet the feeline the
ball just takes off and goes even
naraer man you've hit lt.u
wnatever the reason, the" slug
gers really make hay at Ebbets
Last season, for instance, Wil Willie
lie Willie Mays of the Giants poled
nine homers In his 11 games at
Thus, If he had been able to
play a full season of 154 games
jn parks exactly Hke Brooklyn
his pace would have produced"
the startling total of 126 for
the year twice Babe Ruth's
record of 60 with a few left
The Brooks have ,a cozy feel feeling
ing feeling about their old park.
"Nothing cures a slump better
than to come home to Ebbets
Field," says Oil Hodges, who has
had his share of miserable
The Dodgers naturally reap a
harvest of homers at home for
the club has been tailored to
take advantage of the park's
They led the league In total
home run production with 201
last season, 20 short of the au
time record, but wHh 119 of
their total at home and only
In all, there were a total of
204 homers at Brooklyn compar compared
ed compared to 193 at Cincinnati and 186
l at New York, two parks with a
! closer fence down at least bne
Why the ball seems to travel
farther in Brooklyn, as Post be believes;
lieves; believes; Is a bit of a mystery al
though it's true the prevailing
winds don't trouble a right right-handed
handed right-handed -hitter, r
Roy campanella thinks its
psychological as well as physi-i
1 cai. 1 : . ...
.' "The fences Ieok Inviting,"
accordOng to Roy. "That makes
everybody go for them. And
that's why you have to give
our pitchers a lot of credit
when they win a. low-run
game in our park.".
-That, too, is one of the rea
sons Leo Durocher always insist insisted
ed insisted that Joe DiMaggio, whose top
uuipu wrs 40. nomeri as yan
kcb, couia nave ; nit 80 ; as : a
Jjoager. i -;.
All the legal hitches haven't
been worked out to procure : a
new home for the Brooks, but
mey ve already served : notice
that heir days atj Ebbets Field
are numbered. m
And when they go. the sluif.
gers will shed sentimental tear
or two for the' shuttered homer
niuer's neaven. ,
All Canal Zone
The All ZoiiK Interscholastic
Basketball Team for the 1955-56
school year Is comprised of some
of the finest basketball talent
ever represented In the Inter Interscholastic
scholastic Interscholastic League.
a. very player ; selected is an
outstanding performer defens defensively
ively defensively and offensively with plen
ty or scoring ability.
' The 1955-56 selections are:
Sammy Morris Cristobal
High School ,.
Jack Corrigan Junior Col College.
lege. College. h ... r
Ramon Reyes Balboa H:gh
- Jack Perantie Balboa High
James Reece Balboa High
Juan Franco; Tips
5 Dr. BUI (e)
Don Brlgido (e)
Golden Cora II Goaetino (e)
7 Heritor Trlrreme
8 Dun (e) Dianalicia
9 Gnurmet (e) Ornamental s.
10 Tony i i-, Salero
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llEUHTEtUTTE Y ARIAS, S. A.
. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., June J
(UP) A record check of $93,-
819 went to Pat Flaherty today
for his victory In the : 500-miie
Memorial Day Auto Race.
The Chfcagoan'a prise mon money,
ey, money, which includes 649,000 in
speedway prises and $13,050 in
lap awards, will not all go te
h'm, however. John Zink,
owner of Flaherty's speedster,
will decide how to split ap the
cash between the driver and
' Normally the pilot receives 35
to 40 per cent which would give
the freckle-faced Flaherty a
check In the neighborhood of
$37,000. give or take a thousand.
Flaherty won the larcc?t nrize
since the late Bill Vukovich col
lected 689.469 in 1953. ;
- The prize melon was split last
night as the board of directors
of the United States Auto Club
cone vend, presumably to formu formulate
late formulate technical changes for next
year's grind. with the emphasis
on more safety and increased
Interest in the automotive world.
Sam-Hanks, Pacific Pal'sades,
Calif., runner-up to Flaherty,
collected $32,919. Don Free Free-land,
land, Free-land, Los Angeles, who finish finished
ed finished third, won 620,419. Fourth
place Johnnie Parsons, Van
Nuys, Calif, got 615,769, and
Dick Rathmann, Trenton, NJ
in fifth spot, took home S10,-744.
All 33 starters shared in the
jackpot, with last-place Paul
Russo. canaeo Park. Calif., eet.
Juari Franco Graded Entries
r.T. Hone Jockey Wgt COMMENT ODDS
1st Race T Imp. 6W Fgs. Purse 6375 Pool Cloaca 12:45
-. t-. FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE ; . t ,
1 Los Morros
3 G. Buzzer
6 Must Be
7 Nautical T.
A. Mena 115 Returns from lavoff
j R. Cristian 115 -Hard to beat here
, J. Phillips 112 Has shown nothing
L. Glraldo 118 Form indicates
: V. Brown 108 Good early speed
G. Montero 105x Usually quits early
V. Castillo 110 Reportedly ready
A. Ycaza 113 Could make it here
?nd Race."E" Nat'ves 6W Fgs. Purse 6275 Pool Closes 1:1$
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Yanks This Year
TROON. Scotland. June 1 f UP V-
me united states is on the out
side looking in after a quarter-fin
al match of the British Amateur
Of the 27 Americans who started
on Monday, only defending cham.
pion Joe Conrad was left and
he lost after blowing up after 18
holes. Reid Jack, a 32-year-old ac
countant from Scotland, refused to
fold and finally ousted the red-
haired Texan from San Antonio, on
Conrad was 4hree-up when they
broke for lunch, then lost his touch.
Jack, won the 20th and 21st holes.
then drew even when he dropped a
22-foot putt on the 22nd. The Scots Scotsman
man Scotsman forged ahead and was two up
aiter nnoies wnen Conrad nulled
his game together.
A par three gave Conrad the 32nd
hole and the American squared the
matcn on the 33rd when Jack hit
a bunker for the second straight
time. The payoff came on the
35th hole. Jack dropped his nine nine-foot
foot nine-foot putt but Conrad missed a seven-footer.
That gave Jack a one-up
lead and the match ended when
they halved the 36th and final hole.
NEW YORK, June-1 (UP)
The loser of that fight Wednes
day night m New Orleans .predicts
a bright future for the heavyweight
who gave him a sound beating.
Chuck Spieser said after losing
to Willie Pastrano "He has im improved
proved improved tremendously and should go
long way." The seventh ranked
Pastrano has beaten Spieser twice
and they fought one draw. Pastra
no commented "I beat Spieser
much easier this time. Now I want
a chance at some of those heavy
weights ni that elimination series,"
Two ranking lightweights take
charge to night at New York, with
Frankie Ryff a strong (5-9) fav
orite over Larry Board man. Board-
man is ranked seventh nd Ryff,
idle since December when he suf.
fered face cuts, is rated eighth.
But the odds-makers figure .Ryff
has too much speed and experi experience
ence experience for the 20-year-old boardman.
The trainer of "Nashua" is sa
tisfied with the colt even though
the millionaire of the hire finished
out of the money Wednesday.
Said Jim Fitszimmons I don t
know how much he got beat by,
but,Ae ran a real good race. Nas Nashua
hua Nashua came out of the race in good
shape 'and we plan to get him rea
dy for a number of summer handi
Nashua came home fourth in the
Metropolitan Handicap at Belmont
Park.- The Leslie Combs colt earn earned
ed earned $2,500 That boosts his record
money winning total to $1,102,865.
-The 1955 Kentucky Derby win.
ner will have a chance to gain
revenge against "Porterhouse"
on July 14.
Swaps" has been assigned 130
pounds for tne sioo.000 Holly
wood Gold Cup race ll pounds
more map porterhouse will car carry.
ry. carry. Porterhouse came on in the
stretch last Saturday to beat
Swaps in the $100,009 Calif or.
"Social' Outcast" and "Bobby
Brocato were assigned r 123
pounds for the Hollywood Gold
Cup. The nomination of 'Cromis"
fromAustralia. and "Tatan"
from Argentina adds an inter
3rd Race "D"
3- rS. Cristobal
5- a-La Enea
6- Fru Fru
A. CredldloT' 96x Early 'speed only v"r .10-1
.'A. Icaza 113 Same thing here io.i
' V. Brown 116 Should be runnerup 3-2
G. Alfaro 119 Rider can't make weight even
A. Gonzales 110 Better this time 4-1
B. Baeza 105 Dangerous here 1 3-1
Natives 7 Fgs. Purse $300
, ,ONE TWO
Pool Closes 1:45
U. Montero 107X Last was very poor r 10-1
J. Cadogan 113 Galloped in previous 34
A. Credidlo.lOlx Must go lower '. 15-1
B. Baeza 114 Hard to beat now V 2-1
: B. Aguirre 120 Usually beats these even-
- A. Ycaza 116 Has strong finish 3-1
. F. Hidalgo 110 -In .thick, of it 3-1
4th Race "Elimination'' Imp. 7 F. Purse
1 Tempestad A. Ycaza 110 Ran well in last ;
2 Beduino H. Reyes 118 Should beat these
3 i-Our Fancy B. Baeza 96 Would pay off
4 Cames j05 Nothing recently
5 Choice Brand J. Cadogan 103 Doesn't seem likely
7 V. Darling Darling-SDlscovery
SDlscovery Darling-SDlscovery 9 Double In
F. Hidalgo 118 Should be close up -J.
Phillips 111 Returns from layoff
J. Gongora 113 Mutuels favorite
C. Iglesias 106 Excluded from betting
- tious) .
Pool Closes t;20
5th Race "B-C Natives 6Vi Fgs. Parse $350 Fool Closes 2:55
1 Joe : V. Brown 110 Lacks early speed
2 Takeaway B. Baeza 106 Field seems too tough :,
3 Naranjazo : C. Ruia 118 Rates good chance here
4 r(Dr; Bill B. Aguirre 108 Could be first home -
5 (Don Brlgido A. Vasquez 120 Form indicates 1 ,:
6-Don Grau) v V. Ortega 112 Usually moves late v .; -7
Petite) -. V, A. Ycaza 110 .Will be close up -. -.,
'6th Race "G" Imp. 7 Fgs., Pars $460 Pool Closes 3:35
. ... .. I11VM lUtUA Ur IDS UVUDUD ,,i .-
1 Golden Corn J. Phillips 113 Better each- time out 3-2
2 :Copar - A. Ycaza 108 Would long odds V ; 15-1
3 Quiescence ",'O.de Leon 105x Last doesn't count 1! V 2-1
4 Lexden G. Vasquez 102x Completely off form 50-1
5 Elko v B. Aguirre 118 Could go all the way 3-1
6 Genlzarlto F. Alvarez 115 Rates good chance 4-1
7 .(IgHazii V. Castillo 115 Has strongest finish 3-2
8 (Gonetino; ' C Rulz 115 Last was revealing .,.2-2
7th Race rHla," Imp. 1 Fgs.- Purse $400 :
2ND RACE OF THE DUPLETA
Pool .Closes 1:05
1 B.i Blade II A. Credidio IOfix-Excellent effort .last
2 Alhajar G. Sanchez' 115 Dubious recent rides'
3 Rio Negro G. Duarte 112x Nothing to indicate
4 Te Gano G. prescott 115 Must, go lower
5 Trlrreme 1 A. Ycaza 110 --Returns from layoff :,
6 Heritor A. Mena 118 improves .steadily
7 Golazo F. Alvarez 115 Could score here
8 Camberwell A.- Gonzales 110 Nothing to recommend
9 Royal Stream K.. Flores 115 -Will fight it out ;v".
8th Race "Special" 2 Years 4Vj Purse 50ft Fool Closes 4:46
,., .. QUINIELA .,.-.... ; ; -J;
1 My Friend V. Castillo 110 Hasn't shown' much " 15-1
2 i-Mesereum B. Aguirre 110 -Looks good in workouts : 5-1
3 Tropico C. Lino 108 Not ready yet 30-1
4 Dianalicia A. Vasquez 114 Better this timet"-- 3-2
5 Curale - G. Prescott 106 Not-ready yet- j?.t, ,25-1,
6 (Grlmllda B. Baeza 107 Would pay off -.,15-1
7 (Suzerain J, Phillips 110 Same as entrymate 151
8 Suntonner) G. Sanchea 107 Could be runnerup 1-2
9 Dun) 1 R. Cristian 118 Seems "sure thing"' r 1-2
9th Race F", Imp. 7
Fgs. Purse $500,
Pool Closes 5:11.
1 Ornamental S. F. Alvarez 113 Back in winning form'
2 Postinovich A Gonzales 116 Always dangerous t 4
3 Soft Note J. Gongora 110 In. Class .1 maybe
4 Encachada A. Credidio 107x Weak effort in last
5 Bradomin R. Gamero 115 WilL payoff soon :
6 Fuerte G. Prescott 118 7-Nothing recently
7 (Oyster C. Ruiz 115 Hasn's hown. much
8 (Gourmet V. Castillo 115 Horse to beat here ;
9 Quematodps) J. Jimenez 112x Poor recent races
10-Nogauno) R. Crisuan lis wiu light it out
10th Race "C Imp. 7 Fgs. ; Purse $650
Pool Cloies 5:40
5 P. Countess
B. Baeza 105 Returns from layoff -A.
Vasquez .128 Despite high weights
.0. de Leon 107x Forget last race -A.
Mena 110 Could be upsetter
J. Phillips 115 Will be close up f jf,
F. Alvarez 120 No. 1 contender
11th Race "Non-Winners'
2- Mr. Tivoli
4 Black Bee
tUJ,.- ,- Purse $256
T lOO-Has, shown "nothing T
J. Gongora 120 Seems the best .'-
J. Phillips 107 Fair effort in debut iv
F. Hidalgo 110 Improving slowly , ,.
A: Gonzales 106 Nothing to indicate
A. Credidio 103x-Should be runnerup
national flavor to the mile and
one quarter race..
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V aides Manager Expects Nino
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Giants To Four Hits
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
IT.IDAT, JTXE 1, 1355
Srae Hurls SI
By MILTQN RICHMAN
NEW YORK, June 1 UP) Ronnie Kline,' the
.forgotten man" in Pittsburgh's- spectacular rise,
moved front and center today to receive his share
of praise for the Pirates' contending position in the
red hot National Leagnc.me.,.:.'.;v:;,.V-'
While most of the cheers were
going to fellows like Dale Long,
Bob Friend, Frank Thomas and
Lee Walls, the 24-year-old Kline
was toiling more or less in tne
He remedied that last night,1
however, wnen ne pusvra
fourth victory, and second shut shutout
out shutout by blanking the Giants, 5-0,
In a game called in the eighth
Inning because of rain.
"A dlllereni guy picM us up
In every game,"-says Pittsburgh
manager Bobby Bragan.. k One
dayTtt! Long, the next time
Friend and then maybe Thomas
or Walls." J. ' ;4'i
. Last night It was Kline's
turn as he limited the Giants
; to four singles, allowed
walks and struck out three. It
was auite a performance for
'.the six-foot-three rlght-hand-er
who had sour e-7 record
with the Pirates in 1952 and
won only six gam" year
after returning from serv'ee.'
Despite threatening weather
which finally turned to tain
and finally halted the game
with one out and the' Pirates at
bat in the eighth, 15,123; fans
turned out at Forbes Field and
set up thunderous din when
Gene Freese smashed a bases bases-loaded
loaded bases-loaded double off Jim Hearn in
the fifth-' ''f V 37
The second-place Cardinals r e e-malned
malned e-malned a half-eame ahead of
the orirushlng Pirates with 9 9-9
9 9-9 victory over the Redlegs.
?Wllmer (Vinegar Bend) Mill
gained his fifth victory and had
a two-hitter, until the ninth in inning'
ning' inning' when Gut Bell, Ted Klus Klus-sewski
sewski Klus-sewski and Frank Robinson hit
successive homers. The-Cards
hopped on Cincinnati starter
Art Fowler for four runs in the
lirst Inning and added four more
in the second. -Don Blasingame
and Stan Musial each collected
-. four hits. -;v. i ';':
'Milwaukee held on to' fret
place by trashing Chicago, 15 15-g,
g, 15-g, with a 15-hlt bombardment
that included five homers. The
barrage of homers! gave the
Braves a total of 15 for their
,thre-game series with the.
Cubs, equalling the major
league homo run record for
three consecutive games by
fin alutl. 'v a
Joe Adcock led Milwaukee's
home run parade with two cir cir-iHiit..
iHiit.. cir-iHiit.. whil nl rrandall Bill
Bruton and Eddie Mathews each
hit? one.- Jim King homered for
tha rhihs hn made tha came
look closer than it actually was
with six unearned runs in vie
ninth. Lew Burdette registered
hi f mirth vlptnrv although he
gave way to Red Murff in the
ninth. Paul Minner was tne los loser.
er. loser. ' -4
The Dodgers and Phillies were
I Tn tha American Leaoue. the
Yankees increased their league
lead to oft games with a 9-6 de
eislnnover tha senators..
tne Yanxees snappea a -au
tie with five wnj In the sixth,
fashioned on three singles, two
errors and a wild pitch. ? Al Although
though Although the Yankees collected 12
hits, including a homer by Hank
Bauer. Mickev Ma n 1 1 e. the
league's leading hitter,, went
hltless. Tom Morgan, the third
New York pitcher, was the win winner
ner winner and Chuck Rtnhhs th loser
Roy slevers and Lyle Luttrell
each homered for Washington.
W. v i .1.1. .i i 11
ouo jrvrierueia puciioa m
Red Sox to a 4-1 v'etory over
the Orioles in the only other
American League game sched scheduled.
uled. scheduled. i,: V" .--:" S
Pnrterflalrl ruhn hftrtn'fc iron
game since he beat Bajtimoro on
April lft yielded only four hits
anrl nl7antari t.hraa n Y3nctnn
eight hits. The Red Box scored
two runs, all they needed,- on
Bill Wight in the first inning on
a walk, a single by Billy Klaus,
Ted .Williams' infield out and
Jackie Jensen's single.
1 TESTERDAyTsTAR Ron Ron-Bie
Bie Ron-Bie Kline, whose four-hit ptch
ing gave the Pirates a 3-0 vic victory
tory victory over the Giants.
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' ATHOL, Mass., June 1 (CP)
Little League pitcher Mickey Mickey-M"er
M"er Mickey-M"er was a Utile off form,
last night. He struck eut only
14 in winning his third straight
. no-hit ball game. ,
Miller, a 12-year-old pitcher
St the Klwanls Club here,
rack r out 18 batters' In his
last appearance. Since regula-,
t'on games call for six innings,
that means he Struck out every
'man he faced. i"-.',r-J'.'
In his first no hitter : this
season, he struck out. 17. One
.. man popped out. ; -'
Miller has also collected six
home runs in the last three
. TRAVELING SECRETARY
COT.OMA. Mich.- (UPV -I
Whenever secretary Jackie Stain-
brook gets an important message
for her boss, she must take a
boat ride to deliver it to him.
Her boss. Curtis Coates. a retl
state man. has his "office" on a
dredge that he uses to deepen than-
. . j i j i
Bob Kiizaya Iklplno
To j-kie 'tcLubus
First DiYisbn Club
NEWYORK. June 1 (UPV-
Lefty Bob Kuzava, who could
pitch with'' the best of them in
the majors a few seasons ago, is
helping make the Columbus Jets
a first division team in the in international
ternational international League this season
Kuzava. who celebrated his
33rd birthday t four days ago,
picked nip his sixth victory In
seven Y decisions this sea s o n
Thursday night 1 as the Jets
downed the Richmond Virgi Virginians,
nians, Virginians, 4-1. Bob tired in the 8th
inning and Johnny Kume closed
The I; Rochester Red 4 Wings,
striving to overtake the first first-place
place first-place Montreal Royals, dissipat dissipated
ed dissipated a four-run lead but rallied
for the winning run in the bot bottom
tom bottom of the 11th Inning for a 5-4
victorv over the Buffalo Bisons.
Luke Easter's -two-run sixth in inning
ning inning homer knotted the score at
4-4. The win moved the Red
Wings to within two and one one-half
half one-half games of the idle Royals.
In the only other game play
ed, the Havana sugar Kings
routed the Miami Marlins 11-1,
behhid Vicente Amor. Nino Es-
NIFTT NIP Yoshib Yoshida
takes a swig of water in. the 0 0-saka
saka 0-saka Tiger's dugout in Tokyo.
The shortstop is Japan's top
prospect for major league base,
ball in the United States.
(n The Majors ;
.... LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 109 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE ;
Player and Club r ab r. h net
Long, Pitts. 38 146 28 55 .377
Boyer, St, L. ; 39 158 31 58 .372
Aaron. Mil.. , 29 111 23 39 .351
Walls, Pitts. 35 106 22 36 .340
Moon, St, Louis 39 136 29 46 .338
Mantle, N. Y. ,42 157 45 65 ,414
Maxwell, Det. 33 104 24 39 .375
Kuenn, Det. ; 39 161 23 56 .348
Berra, N. Y. 34 129 24 44 .341
Lollar, Chicago 32 103 14 33 J20
Mantle, Yanks .......... 20
Long, Pirates . .. .-. . . 14
Post, Redlegs 14
Boyer, Cards 12
, Berra, Yankees .'.,.;.;. 12.
. Slevers, Senators 1 2
Bauer, Yanks ..'.....-12
..la. mwsA ii4a ielanfla in Paw
Paw Lake and spends most of his'calera hit a two-run homer for
tiros there. the winners.
TONY CURTIS and ERNEST BORGNINE in
'THE SQUARE JUNGLE"
action packed drama, opening soon at the
. CENTRAL THEATRE.
Tony Curtis and Pat Crowley exchange pledges of love
when he steals away from his training camp to enjoy a
picnie with his girl friend In this scene from "The Sou are
Jungle," Universal-International priiefight picture in which
Tony and Pat co-star with Ernest Borgnlne. , Advt.
15: Riflemen, 9 Pistol Experts
Leave For All Army Pistol;
Fifteen riflemen and nine pis
tol experts leave the Isthmus
thirf. Sunday for Fort Banning,
Ga and the au Army Riue ana
pistol Championship Matches.
Competition at Bennlng wiu
begin June 11 and end op the
22nd. 1 : '
Those selected to form ine
USARCARIB, rifle team are 8fc
Cecil Stevens. E Co.. 20th Inf.
Regt.: SP3 Richard DUlman,
7440th AU. Ft. Amador: 6fc Wli
Ham McFeeley, I Co., 20thj Sp3
Janls Ratermanls and Pfe Rich.
ard Sonstrom. Ha Jd Bn, juin;
M-Sgt. Glen Thompson, Svc.
Co., 20th; M-Sgt Charles Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, G Co, 20th; Sfo Donald
Rarenaha ; and Set. Thomas
Tasker, L Co.. 20th; 8p3 .Vencil
Esten and Set. Ernest Lauren-
dine, f Co.. 20th:- Pfc Frank
Greer, H CO., 20th; .Pfc Glen
McCollum and M-8gt. Mariano
Santinl,Ft. Buchanan, PJl-i and
Capt. Raymond Dupree of the
JWTC (officer in charge). :
The pistol team Is made up of
M-Sgt. Gerald stockman, Sp3
Ralph Arms, 7406th ATJ. Ft Gu
lick; Sp3 Gabriel Lee, K Co.,1
20th; Sgt James Hauser, H Co,
20th; Cpl Bmll Heugatter, M Co.,
zoth; ana capt, Fercunana per
rer. Ft. Brooke, PJl.
Sfe.8tevens and M-Sgt. Stock Stockman
man Stockman were top individual scorers
in the Command Rifle and pis pistol
tol pistol meets at Empire and Farfan
Ranges' recently. Stevens tabu
lated an aggregate of 600 points,
two more man sps Diiiman ana
three ahead of Sfc McFeeley.
Stockman fired an aggregate of
79S to beat out teammate Wig
gins by tnree points, 1
Sp3 Ratermanls won first
place In the sustained fire match
fin the command rifle meet, and
took third place in the' national
match course behind Stevens
r Pfc Sonstrom won match one
and took second place behind
Dillman pn match three.
M-Sgt. Roberts topped all
scorers in the PA AF, meet with
an aggregate of 573.
Phnnlntn Arma wa t.nn ipnrer
Clell Wiggins, pvt. Area corre- m the PAAF pistol meet, com.
CHARLOTTE, ; N.C., June 1 1-(UP)
(UP) 1-(UP) Manager Bobby Gleason
expects Nino Valdes to knock
out Ken (Mike) Hammer to tonight
night tonight In their heavyweight bout
at the Charlotte coliseum.
The fight will be the feature
of the Coliseum's first profes professional
sional professional boxing card.
Gleason.' clalmine Valdes has
become a "new person" since
the retirement of Rocky Marcla Marcla-no,
no, Marcla-no, said he wants to make a
good Impression, "He's anxious
to get in the running for the. ti title,?
tle,? title,? Gleason said, "and he will
be shooting for a- knockout a a-eamst
eamst a-eamst Hammer." a
. But Hammer, a 23-year-old
from Detroit, has other Ideas.
"I have never been knocked
out in my life, either in the
amateurs or n 33 pro fights.
In the last two years, I haven't
been of f my feet," he said.
Hammer is expected to weigh
In at 190 pounds, 20 pounds
iignter man ms Cuban oppo
Dale Hall 6f Redding. Pa., will
meet cnubby wrignt of Los An
geles in the semi-final.
llaiional Leagus I American Lezgd:
St. Louis ...
ro and Set Thomas Smith, Tank
Co., 20th; Chaplain leapt.)
RUNS BATTED IN
' Mantle, Yanks
Boyer, Cards ...........
- Long, pirates
: Musiai, caras ......
. IT 1.
J-U v:5!v;, RUNS
, Mantle, Yanks .
Bauer, Yanks ....
i Blasingame, Cards
OiC V CIO, OCllUMJiS ......
vii-i v:V HITS
Boyer, Cards .........
Kuenn. Tigers ..........
Goodman, Red Sox
. PITCHING -(Based
on ( Decisions)
W L -Pet
Lawrence, Redlegs ... 6 0 1.000
Ford, Yanks ........ 7 1 15
Lemon, Indians !..... "I .857
Brewer, Red Sox .... 6 1 .857
Friend. Pirates ...... 8 2 .800
lose your shirt
and keep it cn I
, In conjunction with the Sum
mer. Recreation Program,, the
director of the Balboa Gymna
sium la Interested. In continuing
a Cub Basketball League., nay nay-ers
ers nay-ers must meet the following requirements.
i No boy who will attain Ws 13th
hirthriav on or hefore June 1
shall be eligible. A player cannot
be over 5' 8" in height in his
stocking fee. in-case o( growth
after the season starts, he will
be permitted to complete ; the
season. Every ooy to do buho
must be registered irf one of the
following schools: Balboa, Ancon,
Diablo or St. Mary's elementary.
All boys interested in partlcl
nat.inir in this leBeue are re-
mmsted to renort to the Balboa
Gymnasium at 9:oo a.m. tomor
row. At that time mey win
istpr and take basic skill tests
In basketball. ; J 1 .i I v
vrnm June 11 to June. 22 i
practice schedula will be set up
so that au piayers cu m
screened before making team
assignments. Ten players will be
assigned' to each team, and the
league will te composed or six
teams. . -y-"
The director of Balboa Gym Gymnasium
nasium Gymnasium will assign coaches for
each team. AU teams will have
distinct uniforms. League games
will be played in the upper gym
at Balboa. Monday through Fri
day, from 3:30 to 5:30 pm.! No
team will nlay more than two
league games a week.
K Wtrr $ f "",
:. r ;-:
: v : j
a an aggregate or 7iw, wtiue
Wiggins, stockman, Pvt. porre
By BEANS REARDON
24 Years in Nations! League
; Written f or NE A Service.
Chicago .. ..
New York at Cincinnati (N)
Brooklyn at Chicago
Philadelphia at St Louis (N)
-Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (N)
Kansas City t
Cleveland at Washington $)
Chicago at Baltimore N
Detroit at New York N)
Kansas City at Boston (N)i'
Milwaukee 480 410 000 15 15 : 2 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 000 010 1068. 9 0 Washington 000 130 1106 11
Burdette i (4-3), -Munr ana New York 020 025 OOx 9 12
Crandall.. v ..
Minner (1-4), now, vaien- stoOD, (S) chakktes,
aj ... .... BJ1U UUUTUICT. MlDirtk
QUESTION: The batter bits the
hall mil tha lt.nrf.ln mnA it kit.
ro ana aw- csmiin cumpriseu wie mnne, going rom gecond to
winnina team from Tank Co;
Capt. rerrer monopolized com
petition In the Antilles, winning
all four individual pistol match matches.
,I the runner, out?
Cincinnati 000 000 0033 6 4
St. Louis 440 000 Olx 9 15 -1
Fowler (1-6), Jeffcoat, Black
and Bailey. i -'
Misell (5-2) and 8arnL i
New York 000 000 000 4 1
Pittsburgh 000 030 Ox 3 4 0
Hearn (3-4), worthlngton,
Grissom and Mangan, Westrum.
Kline (4-3) and FPi'es. ,
. Only games scheduled.
Angwen No, he l entitled, to Pronosticos
third base, the batter is given a .-;
single and tne pall is dead. As long CI
inneider tne ac ; I
Sets Off Blast
At Frank Lane
as tha ball passes aa
runner does not have to worry a a-bout
bout a-bout being kit by it. If h is hit
before the ball reaches an infield infield-er,
er, infield-er, however, he is out. -' I
Q. In major league parks, is the
distance down the right field line
...... il.. -L. .1 !i 1 i.a
UBuy nui ii uiai u ( ,ui ii t
Art Connors. -i--vS.v. : s$
A. Yes. Cincinnati's Cresleyl
Field and Kansas City's Municipal
Stadium, are the onLv Barks with a 10 Tony
longer right field line. ... 11-JVir. Tivoli
h Don Brigldo
6 Golden Corn
7 Alba jar
8 Dun .
200 020 0004
100 000 0001
,Pprterfleld.(2;3) and White.
Wight 2-5; torlsh, 'SchmlfciX
Only games scheduled.
r0cfov inconto J5 i. 2b
Jennifer -Jones, 'in
"Good Morning Miss Dove
. -in Cinemascope,
-Scott Brady; In ;
Today 1 DEAL- .20'. lOt
"Codyt the Pony ExpTftsa"
- chapters f-; j.
"Crime Dr.'s Stranger Case"
NEW YORK, June 1 (UP) -(UP)
Baltimore general manger
Paul Richards has set off a blast
at his old boss, Frank Lane.
Richards' anger goes back to
the days when he was field manag manager
er manager of the White Sox and Lane now
boss at St. Louis was general
manager. But Richards' temper
was aroused after a recent story
which quoted Lane as criticising
Richards' operations at Baltimore.
The Oriole manager said "How
Lane can have the audacity to
criticize our operation here in Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore is beyond me. In our time
together on the White Sox, Lane L
ways took the credit when a deal
turned out good. But on bad deals. I
like trading Jim Busby to Wash-1
lngton for Sam Mele, ha always!
put the blame oa me."
, Richards also told Milt Richman
of the United Press "Someone
told me, and I agree, that if you
leave Lane alone he'll trade a first first-place
place first-place club into a sixth-place club."
Richards asked how Lane could
explain trading Brooks .Lawrence
to Cincinnati. Lawrence won bis
sixth consecutive game Wednes Wednes-for
for Wednes-for pitching.
Richards continued "Credit for
the Cardinals' recent improvement
should go to their manager, not
Lane. Lane realized the White Sox
were a depleted organization, so
he stepped out. Then he stepped
into a ready-made Job with the
Cardinal organization an organis organisation
ation organisation which was filled with good
young ballplayers by his predeces
sor. Bill Walsingham."
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s Ath-s letes of America Championships
iU first 15-toot pole vtult at
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-Read stew cri 'cacs 10
iLawmakers Take Remorseless Aim
U At Narcotics. Smugglers,
' AN INDEPENDENT
WASHINGTON, June 1 (UP)
.Rep. Hale Boggs (D-La. predict-
ed today the House wW unam-
mously approve his bill next week
to "thro the book" at narcotics
. amugglers and peddlers wirooui
; death penalty.
fibsesr bill would impose jafl
sentences up to 40 years and for
bid paroles of suspended sentenc-j
es for anyone convicted ot narco narcotics
tics narcotics violations. The measure would
also nearly double the number of bout the Senate death penalty pro pro-aeents
aeents pro-aeents in the Federal Narcotics; vision. He said juries might think
1; Th Senate yesterday passed
riiiar hill aimed primarily at
stamping out the use of heroin.
. It would pormit a jury to im im-peso
peso im-peso the death sentence for con conviction
viction conviction of selling heroin to a Ju Juvenile
venile Juvenile end for a third conviction
Charge Is Upheld
ALBANYr N.Y., June l'(UP)-
The state Court of Appeals yester yesterday
day yesterday upheld the conviction of oleo
hpir Minot F. Mickey Jelke. on one
count of compulsory prostitution,-
calling him "no vice lord, out just
a shallow and irresponsible
The court reversed Jelke's con
viction on another count.
.TallrA waft convicted in Ap ril
inss inr his connection with call
oiri. pt Ward, and Marguerita
"Cordova and was sentenced to two
to three years, in prison on each
count, the sentences running con con-xurrently.
xurrently. con-xurrently. The decision yesterday
thus1 had no effect en his prison
The appellate division affirmed
his ? conviction on the first count,
involving Miss Ward, but revers reversed
ed reversed Jt on the second c o u n t on
grounds that his connection with
Mils Cordova "fell below the stan standard
dard standard of what should M requir
ed.. to prove guilt beyond a rea
6:05 9:00 p.m.
of the Year!
. .... In
KsmBU'irtsnim-i t wtr- aniffwn
... tat w mmt ua
USIMUIMH MM kill
MiiPinM RpAKinnli i
selling herein to a Juvenile
and for third conviction of M li
ma or smuggling heroin to
Boggs said his bill would "throw
the book all the way across the
board" at peddlers of any kind of
narcotics. He told a reporter that
! boosting penalties just on heroin
will force peddlers and addicits to
switch to something! else,
Boggs said he was concerned a-
it too stiff and decide instead
go lightly on the offender.
The Senate bill was sponsored
by Sen. Fnce Daniel (D Tex.),
who headed narcotics investiga
tion conducted by a judiciary sub subcommittee.
committee. subcommittee. He called the bill "the
strongest blow against the cancer cancerous
ous cancerous narcotics .traffic that has ev
er been passed.
Before approving the bill by
voice veto, the Senate struck
out a provision which would
have permitted Federal courts
to authorise the use of evidence
obtained by wiretapping in Fed Federal
eral Federal narcotics cases.
It substituted a compromise by
Daniel and Sen. Wayne Morse
(D-Ore.) which provides instead
for stiff penalties on the use of
Troops Called Oul
To Check Student
Rioting In Rio
RIO DE JANEIRO. June l(UF)
President Juscelino Kubitschek
yesterday ordered army, navy and
air force units into the streets to
end student rioting over : higher
Censorship was imposed on all
radio stations. They were forbid forbidden
den forbidden specifically to report develop
ments in tne student movement,
except the official announcements.
Newspapers1 were ot affected.
Leaders of the National S t u-
dents Union said they would as.
sume "passive" resistance to
higher fares and called a general
assembly to consider the Presi
Rio police forces were put under
the commander of the eastern mil
itary zone, which includes the ca capital.
pital. capital. Kubitschek gave them two
hours to restore order.
In widespread nouns last night,
at least 35 persons were Injured
seriously enough to require medi
cal treatments More, man zw riot
ers have been arrested.
The Candian owned Brazilian
Traction k Power Co., which o o-perates
perates o-perates the street car system, said
more than 150 cars and trailers
have been damaged.
GOP Opposes Ike's
Plan To Join World
WASHINGTON, June 1 (UPH
House Republicans everwhelmmg everwhelmmg-ly
ly everwhelmmg-ly oppose President Eisenhower's
plan to have this country join an
international organization promot
ing worm iraae, k was aisciosea
yesterday. - t
An informed source said a se secret
cret secret poll of party members by
House Republican leaders showed
that about 100 would vote against
legislation approving U. S. mem membership,
bership, membership, in the proposed 34-nation
Organization for Trade Coopera Cooperation,
tion, Cooperation, ft v,,'
He said only about 50 GOP
members said they would vote for
the bill. The remaining 50 or so
refused to say whether they are
for or against It. ;
This Republican source said the
results of the poll means the leg legislation
islation legislation is dead, despite the fact
that Mr. Eisenhower listed It a-
mong the 28 bills he considers "ve
ry important to the country.".
This source said House Demo
cratic leaders refuse to bring the
bill to the floor unless Republican
leaders guarantee them about 100
GOP votes necessary to assure us
"And this" we cannot do," this
The President first asked for ap
proval of the legislation in a spe special
cial special message to Congress on April
15, 1955. The proposed organization
would administer reciprocal trade
agreements among the member
But Mr. Eisenhower. In anticw
pation of the fears of trade pro
tectionists, empnaticauy aentea in
his message that OTC would have
any "supra-national powers."
He said that failure of this coun country
try country to win OTC would harm Free
World cooperation and "play di
rectly into the hands of the Com
. Instead of crying become your
dreams don't come true, maybe
you should bt glad your night nightmans
mans nightmans don't omuo
the telephone, mails or any other
communication- facilities to violate
the narcotics laws.
under the bill, all heroin now
legally held by doctors and others
would De sold to tne government
Daniel's subcommittee said heroin
has no medical use that cannot be
better accomplished by some oth
Stiffer penalties also would be
imposed for smuggling heroin into
the United States and for selling
Girls 11 Boys 10
Eleven girls and ten boys were
born at Gorgas Hospital during the
week ending at midnight May 22,
according to the regular hospital
report During the same period 202
patients were admitted and 209
The names and addresses of the
parents of the girl babies follow:
Mr. and Mrs. Barnabe Soils, of
raraiso; nr. ana Mrs. uiKe J.
Snavely, of Cocoli; Mr. and Mrs
William tv Keeder, of Pedro Mi
guel: Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Tol-
er, of Divisa; S-Sgt. and Mrs. Mel-
vin G. Meyer, of Albrook; Mr. and
Mrs. Adolpnus J. Burgess, of Pa
nama City; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford,
E. Bovell, of La Boca; SP-2 and
Mrs. Gilbert A. Mendez. of Pa
nama City: Mr. and Mrs. Ray
mond H. Marsh, of Fort Kobbe;
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie E. Cornish,
of Panama City: and Mr. and Mrs.
George J. Herring, of Balboa.
' Boys were born to the following:
SP-2 and Mrs. Allan F. Estabrook
ef Fort Clayton; Mr. and Mrs. Eg Egbert
bert Egbert M. Best, of Paraiso; Mr. and
Mrs. wooarow w. union, ot uam
boa; Lt. Col. and Mrs. Walter G.
Downey, of Fort Kobbe; Mr. and
Mrs. James H. Elliott, of Cocoli:
Mr. and Mrs. Oran L. Appin, of
Panama City; 1st Lt. ami Mrs. Wil
liam m. Lax, of t ort AooDe; Mr.
and Mrs. Clevelan A. Small, of
Paraiso; Sgt. and Mrs Leonard
R. Green, of Fort Clayton: and
Capt. and Mrs. John J. Dunne, of
Dulles' Son Avery
Vill Enter Jesuit
Priesthood June 16
NEW YORK. June 1 (UP) -Av
ery Dulles, 37, youngest son of
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles, will be ordained a Jesuit
rriesi june w oy r rancis cardi
nal bpellman at Fordnam Univer
Dulles will be among 26 semi
narians, members' of the Roman
Catholic Society of Jesus, who will
be ordained in the ceremony. He
entered a Jesuit novitiate in 1946
and has been studying for the
priesthood since that time. .. ?
Dulles is an elder of New York's
brick Presbyterian Church. Hit
son. who became a Roman Catho
lic in 1940 while attending H a r-
vard University, is a World War
II Navy veteran, : v
Dulles will celebrate his first
Mass June 24 at the Dahlsred
Chapel of Georgetown University
Relatives Of Two
Keep Weary Vigil
BIRMINGHAM. Ala June 1
(UP) Rescue workers searched
today in labyrinths three miles un underground
derground underground for two trapped min
ers, v ;.'.,;.': ..,y
At the mine entrance above, re
latives of the victims kept a wea weary
ry weary vigil.
The two men, veteran employes
of the Alabama By-Products Corp.,
were trapped at 11 a.m.- yester
day by a violent exnlasinn thai
sealed then) deep underground. It
was not Known u toey were dead
or alive, but searchers were pes
The trapped men were Thomas
Hogeland, 55, and H. M. Robbins,
6L Their families arrived at the
scene, at Praco, in northwest Jef
ferson County, before noon and re remained
mained remained despite a drizzling rain.
It was reported at 2 a.m. that
the rescue operations had pro.
greased to about 600 feet from the
area where the men were believed
to be..''- v.' v, f -f
The blast shook the earth for
several hundred yards and inflict
ed several minor injuries above
the remaining 129 miners in the
shaft at the time The cause of the
explosion was not immediately de
termined. ,: v." ,;.
Rescue operations were hamper
ed by fire in the vicinity of the
explosion. Searchers reported lt
was slow won digging urougn
SATURDAY, JUNI 2
9:35 a.m. 1:1 J p.m.
?:5I p.m. 411 p.m.
YOUNG VOTER Mary Ann
Crlmmins, 17, arrives early at
the polls in Louisville to be become
come become one of the first teen teenagers
agers teenagers to cast a ballot in Ken Kentucky.,
tucky., Kentucky., She. will be 18 in July,
making her eligible to ..vote
under Kentucky's new law.
Kentucky voters went to the
polls to pick nominees for the
U& Senate and eight seats in
the House of Representatives.
Two Bids For
WASHINGTON. June 1 (UP)
A Citizens for Eisenhower spokes
man said today Republicans must
impress upon Negroes that Dem
ocratic control of Congress means
important committees run by "bi
goted Southern political hacks."
Richard L. Tobin. Citizen for
Eisenhower public relations direc
tor, said a five to 10 per cent
switch of the Negro vote in Nov November
ember November would "almost certainly"
give the GOP control of Congress.
Tobin acted as -moderator of a
panel at the three-day campaign
conference of 500 Citizens for Ei
senhower leaders from 40 states.
Tobin's panel included White
House .press secretary James C.
Hagerty, Presidential administra administrative
tive administrative assistant Gabriel Hauge and
ten., Wilton a. Persons, deputy as
sistant to the President
fobin said In a prepared speech
that Citizens for Eisenhower must
drum into Negro voters over and
over and over again this true fact:
a vote for any Democrat is a vote
Sen. James' O. Eastland' (D
Miss.), adamant foe of desegrega
tion, is chairman of the Senate Ju
aiciary committee which acts on
much civil rights legislation.
Of 'US Agent'
LONDON. June 1 (UP) Com
munist Czechosloavakia yesterday
claimed Czech security forces ar
rested an "American agent "; e-
quipped with sleeping pills to help
carry out his espionage activities.
Prague radio said border guards
arrested Jaroslav Touzimsky, "an
agent of the American espionage
service." after he crossed the
frontier from West Germany Sat
urday. ',, ,:
' The broadcast said Touzimsky
was sent to Czechoslovakia to pre
pare drawings of barracks ; and
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1:59 p.m. ,,
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"Let the people
WASHINGTON. June 1 (UP)
The State Department expressed
today that Russia complained
through diplomatic channels about
the so-called telephone-tapping tun
nel into Communist East Berlin.
A spokesman said the United
States had regarded the incident
rimarily one to be handled by
ocal authorities in Berlin.
2) The Keef
WASHINGTON. June 1 (UP)
Sen. Estes Kefauver seems to be
burning his already rickety bridges
to the South just as he did in his
unsuccessful bid for the Democra
tie Presidential nomination four
years ago. ;;.
Both he 'and his chief active riv
al.' Adlai E. Stevenson. were in
California today in the home
stretch of their campaign for the
state's 68 national convention vot
es. The delegates will be chosen in
the primary next Tuesday.
The Negro vote figures to be an
important prize in that all-import
ant contest, the last of the Steven-son-Kefauver
In California. Kefauver has said
his Florida defeat by Stevenson
this week was caused in part by
the support given his rival by boutn
ern advocates of segregation, t
Both Kefauver and his campaign
manager, r Joseph Donohue, have
used ..harsh language in referring
to some Southern Democratic lead.
Although Kefauver is a Tennea-
sean, many Southerners regard
him as a renegade and he has
picked up no substantial Southern
delegate support this year.
While he and Mevensoa D o t h
have said the Supreme Court deci
sion against school segregation
must be carried out, Stevenson has
been tagged as the more "moder
ate" candidate by many in the
Up To Nose
For 45 Minutes
NEW YORK, June 1 (UP)
James Gillespie, 28, construction
, worker, was buried to the nose for
45 minutes today when a seven seven-foot
foot seven-foot sewer trench collapsed.
a teiiow worker scraped away
dirt from his head so that he could
breathe. Gillespie, extricated by
police, suffered a possible fracture
oi his ngnt arm and ankle.
Shows: 12:56 2:33 4:41 -4:49
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stone of the
mom Warner Mot. w
Lavishly filmed in Egypt,
with a cast of x
knot the truth end the
PANAMA, R. P. FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1956
The Soviet Union charged in a
note to the United States that : it
nad proof that American spies dug
the. tunnel and filled it with con
munications-taopinsr eauiom int
Russia demanded that U. S. au
thorities punish those responsible.
Contents of the note were broad
cast by Moscow radio yesterday.
The State Department said it has
received only a summary of the
Soviet note from the American em
bassy in Moscow. A spokesman
said when the complete text is re
ceived it "wiu be studied", careful.
The Moscow broadcast refer,
red to "an American service a a-etney
etney a-etney in Western Germany" as
beint responsible for the ryrtntl.
It did net identify the agency
In the past, Soviet-bloc govern
ments have complained to the U.S
government about actions taken by
private croups in West Germany.
The United States has Invariably
disclaimed any responsibility fqr
acuons oi inese groups.,
f Moscow accused the S
failing to take action against what
it termed "the intnlerahl aptinn nt
American agencies in Europe."
Moscow radio quoted the note as
British to Explain
Snag In Palestine
UNITED NATIONS, N. Y.,; June
1 (UP) .Britain's Sir Pierson
Dixon goes before the security
Council today to explain away
Arab objections to his "good of offices,"
fices," offices," toward Palestine peace.'
" ; i
Syria Egypt Jordan and Leban
on objected to the British resolu
tion on grounds, that it left vague
the exact: powers Hammarskiold
might use in the Middle East. They
want no reopening of the basic
Palestine issues and insist that
Israel conform with previous U.N.
directives on keeping the peace in
the Holy Land. -
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Russia's Arkady A. S o b o 1 e v,
speaking for the first time on the
issue at the end of yesterday's de.
bate, pledged the Kremlin's- help
ir obtaining Palestine peace, pro provided
vided provided the will of the Middle East Eastern
ern Eastern states is considered and there
is no outside intervention.
Sobolev," who had sought four
power sponsorship for a Palestine
peace resolution in the council's
current aeoate, remarked with a
touch of acid that Britain's reso
lution had been over -hastily pre prepared
pared prepared without consultation with.the
countries concerned or- "othr
members of the Security Council."
He appealed to Britain, which
sponsored the resolution alone with
agreement from the United States
and France, to consult ether coun countries
tries countries in hope of working out a reso resolution
lution resolution "acceptable to the members
of the council and the parties concerned."
- (NEA Telephoto)
LESSON IN SAFETY Traffic Inspector Garnet Hall (right)
radios instructions to a light plane as he demonstrates to
Minnesota Gov. Orville Freeman at St Paul how state police
used planes In an attempt to keep automobile accidents down
on Memorial Day. The aircraft flew .over highway! and
, xeported traffic violator,
country u safe' Abraham Lintoln.
saying the tunnel was 600 meters
lnnff ahnut 9 nno oot
. It was equipped-with apparatus
and devices for continuous tapping
ana recording of telephone conver
sations transmitted by cables that
serve Soviet troops and also other
cables of the German Democratic
Republic,'; Moscow asserted
' The tunnel was reported discov
ered oy me communists a month
agO. : ? !''''!i.;;;Sf?'i,:,.';r
. "The : American authorities have
not yet taken any measures to in investigate
vestigate investigate the intolerable action of
American agencies in western Eu Europe
rope Europe and to punish the guilty,"
the broadcast quoted the note. :
"The Soviet government expects
that the U. government will take
the necessary steps to bring the
guilty persons to 'justice so as to
exclude the repmtion of such ac
tion in the future," it said.
Vlsitj Jidinh V
To Weed Oul Unruly
t BANDUNG Indonesia, June li
a non-parusan credentials
cummuiee unay oegan screening
delegations from 27 countries to
the trouble-ridden Asian African
students' 'Conference here,
The work of the" committee is
expected to last until late tonight.
t Delegates Irom a number of
countries "have charged the t. stu
dents conference is Communist-
dominated.- The job of the creden
tials committee is to weed out del'
egations that do not truly repre
sent students in their home coun counties.
ties. counties. ; '
. The 'committee se far, ha ap.
proved delegations from Commu Communist
nist Communist China, Indonesia', the Philip
pines, Egypt and North Vietnam.
, The Philippines delegation pro
tested the approval of one Egyp-
tian delegate. Prof." Hassan Ass-
manl. sririiinff that onlv studentu
are entitled to participate in the
, The committee' voted to admit
Meanwhile,. Egypt's control over
the Arab bloc appeared to have
weakened with the arrival here of
delegates from Jordan and Le
' A n t i Communist delegates
charge that Egypt sided with Com
munist students on many contro
versial issues. ,
' Tomas Oerardo Duque, Pana Panamanian,
manian, Panamanian, 28, was given a sus
pended sentence in Balboa Mae
lstrate's court today on a charge
of falling to obey a stop algn at
tne entrance gate of Fort ciay
Manuel Sanchez; 21, was- fined
$10 for trespassing in ttie Tlvoli
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Negro Bus Ban
" TALLAHASSEE, Ha., June i
CUP) A Negro boycott of segre segregated
gated segregated city buses proved about 60
per cent effective yesterday f and
produced one incident the ar arrest
rest arrest of a Negro leader on traffic
charges as he drove demonstrators
to- work, f,.,-,. ,: -.
, -.-.r;5.i .-jtifi ;",-?" 4 '-'
Police said the arrest 5 of the
Rev. C. K. Steele, local president
of the National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People,
while he was driving his Cadillac
But Steele denied charges that
he was speeding and ran a stop
sign; and said he would fight his
case when it comes up in city po
lice court Mondays He was .charg .charged
ed .charged with driving 35. miles ,w hour
in a 25-mile zone and was releas released
ed released without haying to post iail"
, The arresting officer; Btirl Pea-.
cock, said be followed the Cadil Cadillac
lac Cadillac as it picked up Negroes at vari various
ous various stops for several blocks but
he did not know Steele, or who he
was. The NAACP pfficer has been
named chairman of the' group
the pattern of a demonstration
whieh has-been under way for six
months at Montgomery, Ala.'
The three-day-old boycott; which
so far. has been about 50 per cent
effective,- followed the arrest ef
two Negro university students for
"putting themselves in a position
to incite a not" by taking seats
beside a white' woman on a. city
bus. a The -charges v were dropped
yesterday and referred to the uni.
versity for handling, .
A few,Negroes boarded the bus buses
es buses as usual today, but many others
walked and the ear 'pool commit committee
tee committee said more than 1,000 used its
free services. i
Child Suffocates : :
In Icebox; Judge
Irate At $25 Fine
NEW YORK Jup'e iiVPy-Var.
ry Greenberg; 64, owner of an ice icebox
box icebox m which a five.year-old boy
suffocated, was. finni v.ctr.
dy by n irate judge who said
the law barred him from impos impos-in
in impos-in a stiffer sentence.
"Circumstances' warrant a se-'
vere punishment" said Mffi.
trate Anthony M. Livoti. "I can't
no anything My hands are tied.
The law doesn't permit me to.
I vi son Austin, one of seven chil children,
dren, children, wis found dead inside the
box on the porch of Greeherir'i
home May 15. He apparently
crawled, inside and was trapped
when the door slammed shut.
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