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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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- I M T t M N A Tt e N A L A 1 M W A V k

AN INDEPENDENT HiX DAILY NEWSPAPER

Let the people know thetralh and the country is $afe' Abraham Lincoln,

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PANAMA, R. r TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1956

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AlbrookSonic Boom
Tomorrow Morning
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A sonic boom it scheduled' at Albrook tomorrow morn morning
ing morning about 9 o'clock.
It will be made by an F-84F et fighter demonstrat demonstrating
ing demonstrating for visitors here for the graduation program for the
USAF School for Latin America. :V ; "V,,. : ''
. Jhe' boom will be aimed at the center of Albrook

Field.

2-Year-0ld
Colon Boy
Dies, Of Polio

Four eases of poliomyelitis, all

from the Atlantic side of the Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, have been admitted to Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas Hospital within the past few
days, it was announced Monday at
the Health Bureau. ; 11
One death occurred among the
four patients.. Renaldo Wilson, 2-
! year-old resident of Colon, died
last Thursday, r three days after
being transferred to Gorg as Hos Hospital
pital Hospital for treatment. The child's
father, Victorid Wilson, is. an em-
ploye at the Gatun service Center.
One of the polio victfms is the
rnnr.vr-nl(t son an Army 'Ser

geant and his wife who live at Fort
Davis. His condition is not r con con-iWoH
iWoH con-iWoH seriniis and there is -. BO

rcsniratnry involvement. ',
are u.. .. : t ;
' three-year-old dau; 'uer of an em em-in
in em-in t the Fort Gulick Corn mis

rv, and the other is five-year-

old daughter of a Canal employe.
Both children have been .given
Intermittent treatment inthe ir;
en lung although the condition of
both were reported Improved yes-
teOney:of the young patients had
also been treated in the "rocking
bed recenUy installed at Gorgas.
The four eases reported ,by the
hospital yesterday werethe first
among local residents to be bos-
Ked in the Canal Zone this
I ,r None of the four children who
were stricken had received Salk
vaccine inoculations.
RP Hunler T.els
Siijp;r.d:d Senisnce
For l!:nskfiif:
, A man who accidentally shot
h companion wJiig.
r.noi 7.ott iuneies ft

Apart from the sonic boom
highlight of the flying display
will be the first appearance over
the Isthmus of B-47 Jet bombers.-
. .' ...

Eight are scheduled to fly
down from MacDill Air Force
Base, Florida. They will return

mere witnout landini here. -.

The B-47 display will Include
a slow flypast a demonstration

of aerial refuelling from a tank

er plane, and a Wen sDeed fly

past. ;

Alter creating- Its sonic boom
the F-84F will also fly past.
Among other types of aircraft
taking part In the display will
be C-123, KC-97 and KB-29.

VISUAL EXPLANATION Maj. Oen. Leonard D. Heaton, com commanding
manding commanding general of Walter Reed Hospital, used a drawing of
an Intestine as he explained to newsWn the operation he per per-formed
formed per-formed on President Elsenhower. Heaton reported the Pres--v
. j ,ldnt's condition was "excellent." -r.

Acting Governor Schull Vill Open
Paraiso School In Formal Ceremony

found guuty ot """""' i' carried the cargo.

Svrcflih Prince
Dlpi Romance
Wiiii llarelrel

STOCKHOLM, June 12 (UP) -Prince
Bertil of Sweden formal formally
ly formally denied today that he iaUners to
marry Princess Margaret, his roy

al guest at the Olympic Equestrian lance.

i- i. a day ailcr ti.e : 44 council will accept the new

yer-old Prince escorted the ,25-. school on behalf of the members

yeaf-oid British princes from the, of the community. j ,

Acting Governor H. W. Schull,
Jr., will make the principal ad address
dress address and present the keys to
the new Paraiso High School to
Ellis L, Fawcett, principal of the
school, during a formal dedica dedication
tion dedication ceremony to be held at 10
o'clock Saturday moraine.

The' Acting Governor will be
Introduced by Sigurd E. Esser,
Superintendent of Schools. After

the Jceys are presented, Mr. Faw Fawcett
cett Fawcett will rive a speech of accept

fnd Cyril Atnerley, viren

"ui vt i,.e rr.raist)

tr

airport he made iMcnown there is

no tvclh in the rumors of a -, xo-

msnce between them

The Rev,! Leo Campbell, CM.,
of St. Mary's Mission, will elve

Bertil i th hurheW .nn me invocauon ana tne, Rev. Da

Sweden's Kin Gustaf VI Adolf v,d A. Osborne, of St. Alban's

and second in line to the Swedish

throne. x' -.... ,,
Preincess Margaret; third In line
to the. British throne, flew here
Monday to join Queen Elizabeth

and the Duke of Edinburgh who

concluded a state visit to Sweden
and stayed over officially to watch
the Olympic Ginm.,;!'..-;'.'.'.

Oil Company Sues
Panama Canzl (o.S
For $75rCC3
The owners of an oil cargo
part of which was lost during a
transit through the Panama Ca Canal,
nal, Canal, have filed an admiralty suit
for $75,000 against the Panama
Canal Co. and the. owners ot the

tanker: Andros Venture, which

t.-.i.,wt.r this morning

toe u s. bist.net court t a

The suit filed b the Emnresa

Naclonal de Petroleo of Chile In

con. i ''..'. .i u "www uourt ai-Ancon claims
. Arturo Mendleta, IS-y"0.1" the oil loaded La Cruz. Vene Vene-Panamanian,
Panamanian, Vene-Panamanian, who acciden.auy zuela, -for delivery to Qulntero

ihot and killed Sebastian iaiW; Bay, wa "substantiaUy

on May 26, was senventcu w

year In the ,Pm

nennea lor wu

Attorney Roland K. Hazard had

recommenaea a -mu

short'! and "damaged and im

paired in value's at the time of
delivery.,.:;-1' ; i..--:s. ,-:.. -...
Th tnnke enllirfeH with th

Jail banks of the Canal tn the Cu-

aentepce. i icaracna reacn or oamard cut
Mendleta and Cueto had aep- while transiting- on Dec. 23, 1955.

arated from each other -while. The collision ripped several of

Episcopal "-, Church, will pro pronounce
nounce pronounce the benediction. Music
will be furnished by the paraiso
High School Chorus--under the

direction of Robert C. Joseph.
' The ceremony, to wnich top

Canal officials, school authori authorities
ties authorities and community leaders nave
been invited, will be held in the

school library; Since a large
crowd Is expected to-attend, a
public address system will be
used so that the ceremony .' cam
be heard by those outside the

school as well as those Inside.
Following the dedication, the
school will oe opened for Inspec Inspection
tion Inspection by Canal officials and the
general public. ,. I
The new Latin American Hlch!

School opened last week when

the 478 students enrolled in La
Boca reported to their ; new
classrooms in paraiso, The school
facilities were transferred over
the previous weekend. r

The school was. built : unrfr

contract by Dillon and Hlck Hlck-maa
maa Hlck-maa at a total cost of $125,000.
Formerly the shell of ; a large
building used, as a storehouse by
the Locks Division, .it was com completely
pletely completely t r a n s f o rmed into a
modenTschool plant, the design

ior wnicn were prepared by the
architectural staff of the Engi Engineering
neering Engineering Division.

The11 main Mph school bulld-

Liv.c.ii,,. r- lot. ,-iled on Hi" -..ilf r.f ih

main corridor whit .. ruas the

length of the buil! lie. aIko In

the main building are the home

economics room, Mir rary' physi physical
cal physical science anoVbloli gy rooms,' a

teachers room venuipped, with

Kitcnenette. a cli iC. tw rooms

for storage and, the school, of-

ucv,.

hunting on the night of my 26.
c' ifr Mendieta aid

he heard a sound In the bushes
about 40 feet away and he emp emptied
tied emptied his shotgun at what he
, thought to be deer.
After investigating he found
it to be his friend, Cueto, badly
wounded. Mendieta said he tried
to carry him out of tne jungle
but he fell tinder the weight of
hlg wounded companion.
uenrtieta then ran to the

land-lease farm operated by his
father for help, but when, they
returned they found that Cueto

: nad aiea. .,r::y.-i,.: .. ...
Hunting Permits
May Be Renewed

HunUng permits for the com- n-r x-1
Ing year, may be renewed at any i X ll !(! V I O V 1 1
time now in the License section'. (r r .
in the civil Affairs fiulidini -pj!J3 In beDtember
Galllard Highway. i .-

Minors must have written pej ,, pABIS June (Up a rrench
mission from their parents.. toflewSpapef reporte(j todir that

obtain a permit, no person unpruicess' Grace and Prince Rai

der 15 years oi age wui oe tssuza nier of Monaco would visit the U U-a
a U-a license. ;: : .: : oited States next Seotemben

previously hunting Ucenses. The newspaper France-Soir "said
have been issued by the Canal the royal couple would "doubtless"
Zone Police, Now they are being 0by ship. But if they fly, it added,
issued as are all other types of they would take separate planes
licenses, by the License Section to protect the line of succession
where renewal application forms to the throne. -.

and forms for original appUca-i At the time of marriage

tions are available.- .,- 'April, Rainier said the couple
The cost of a hunting permit might be going to the United States
is $1. i I this autumn. ;. ,r

her tanks and nart rf her cargo

of crude oil was lost.
The owners of the tanker, the
Andre Shipping Co.. a Canadian
firm, filed suit, aralnst th C C-nal
nal C-nal Co. last Amil for $450,000
damages claiming nealinence on
the part of the personnel. han handling
dling handling the transit, during wh'ch
the tankee -was assisted by the
tu Fan Pablo, i. , Av ;
- Four alleetionr"were includ

ed in the suit filed bv the Chi Chilean,
lean, Chilean, comoanv eWt th C-

nal and the owner of the tank

er: neHence on the nart M the
Canar Co., insuffVlent steeraee steeraee-wav,
wav, steeraee-wav, imoroper litigation of the
towln tur and. failure of th
control nllot to takf nromnt and
sufficient action to keep the ves vessel
sel vessel under control. -j

Capl;W.Rcdiiii2n
Will Take; Overli
As Marine Director :

rcP'- Warner Scott Rodimon,
USN, who will succeed Capt.
Frank A. Munroe, Jr., USN, as
Marine Director of the Panama

canal company, arrived on the
Isshmus yesterday f r o m the

states aboard the USNS Gibbons,
accompanied by his wife and ion

A native of Northampton, Mass.,

nuuimua is graauaie oi tne unit united
ed united States Naval Academy at An

napolis in the Class of 1929. Prior

to nis assignment to duty in the
Canal Zone, was commander of de destroyer
stroyer destroyer Squadron 8 of the United

states Atlantic Fleet.
During the last World. War Rod

raon saw active duty with the U.
S. Navy in the South Pacific. He

served aboard the light cruiser

Boise as air defense officer at the

beginning of the war, v and later

was commanding officer of the de destroyer
stroyer destroyer Hopewell and saw action

with the 7th Fleet in the Leyte in invasion..
vasion.. invasion.. '"'.:
During the first atomic bomb
tests off Bikini in 1946, Rodimon

was commanding officer on : the

Briscoe, an attack transport.

For 18 months between 1950 to

1951 he was stationed in Oslo,

Norway, as chief of the naval
section of the Military Assistance
Advance Group. From 1951 to
1952. he. was in command of the

U.S. Naval ammunition ship Fire-

orate ott Korea.

Monroe, who has' been Marine
Director for the past three years,

will leave the Canal Zone July 10.

He has received orders assigning

last him to the Puget Sound naval

shipyard in Bremerton, Washing
ton where he will be administra
tive officer of the yard.

Adjoining the main- building
and connected to It by a covered
passageway is a new building

wuiuu uuuscs simnaprooi mu music
sic music room and a large e-pen con
structlon building for shop class-

v

TOSrlTAL VISITOR, Sehrman Adams Assistant to President
I isenhower, is shown as he arrived at Walter Reed Hospital in
Washington. Adams had gone to "look in" on the Chief
- Executive.

Former Gorgas Hospital Attendant
fads Six Months Oil Burglary Rap

Gorgas

seven

burglary today by 'Judge, Guthrie
Fr Crowe of the sAncon District

court. :; .-.

h-. Bertram L. Lammie. 38. who

was- released from the peniten

tiary after serving seven year

sentence, was sentenced to s i x

.months iniail.-Jor-v burglarizing

the supply room of Gorgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital of 24 pillow slips and 34 bed bed-sheets,
sheets, bed-sheets, ..;';. i.-:-i:C,-

Lammie confessed, to burglariz-

. The eomplete program for the

ucaicauon ceremohles follows

mvocauon by The Rev. Leo

i;ampDeiir c.M. j

"Paraiso R oh : Oi.lint

will sing "Canto al Ruisefior v A wmer attendant of
Arranged by Pernont. "Bin ti'!Hospital with a record of

Arranged by Loomis Mr. Robert ?onvictlon wai iomi uiltv of

v. .rosepn, uirector, ;

.ncung uovernor wui be Intro Intro-duced
duced Intro-duced by SimiM f r.er e.

lntendent of Schools.
Presentation ot Keys wilt be
made by Col. Herman W. Schull,
Jr.,' Acting Governor. :
- Ellis L Fawcett; Principal
Paraiso High School, will accept

Cyril Atherley. vice-PresWent.

Paraiso Civic Council., will

cept for,the community,.

"fJ11 School, chorus
will sing "Ave Maria," by-Area-delt
and "La Catedral Verde, by
Hahn-uMr. Robert c. Joseph,'oi Joseph,'oi-rector.
rector. Joseph,'oi-rector. i r
Benediction will be given by
Th Rev. David a. nthnnu ct

Alban's Episcopal Church.
(eb!3 Thi:l Given
One-Ycsr Icnfence

Another cable thief was sent to

uamooa penitentiary this morning

io serve a one-year sentence im imposed
posed imposed by Judge Cuthrie F, Bro Bro-m
m Bro-m the U.S. Dristrict Court at An An-con.
con. An-con. v : ..
Ramon E. -Canizales, 27, Pana.
manian, who had a previous Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone conviction for grand lar-i
ceny, was found guilty of stealing
10 feet of cable near Cocoli on May
2 1 ."-""'"5 t "v,
An Army sentry on the W e i t
side of the Canal uprooted and fol followed
lowed followed a trail indicating that some something
thing something heavy had been dragged a a-long
long a-long the ground. The sentry
found the cable at the end of the
trail and with another sentry hid
and awaited the return of the cul.
prit. r f ,,.,'.( ;
Canizales was arrested the next
day when he returned in a taxi
with Julio Rodriguez to the spot
where he had hidden the cable
and started to load tha. cable in into
to into the vehicle. ; v
When questioned the two men
said they had found the table al already
ready already uprooted and cut the day day-before.
before. day-before. p- -"
Rodriguez, who Had Q previous
record on the Canal Zone,- was con convicted
victed convicted of petty larceny on May 4

in Balboa Magistrate's Court,

Closely
Efforts
Foreign

Follows
To Halt

Aid Cut

arrested while heading towards

Panama- City carrying a sack con-

taming the sheets and pillow cas

es. He said he was going to sen

them in Panama City to get some
money,
Tha- screws of tha hospital's
supply roam had bon cut -and
tha. screws tha hingat en a
wimbw had bn ramevad. Lm Lm-mla
mla Lm-mla daniad that ha had dona
this, "cloiming that tha room had
already been burglarized when
he etiterod. "-'

Another casa heard in the Dis District
trict District Court this morning involved

an apDeal by Mrs. Vena Philpotts,

a Paraiso resident, of a lower
court conviction on April 20 for dis

turbing the peace, "she and a

neighbor had been accused
t .

fighting. Trial has been set for
June 26. '" -.
A third case concerned Antonio

Jimenez, a ban Bias1 Indian, about

35 years old, who was sentenced

w two months in jail for return returning
ing returning to the Canal Zone after denor

tation. :

: The light two month sentence

was imposed on Jimenez, who has
four previous convictions, includ-

ing grand larceny and possession

of marihuana, in view of the fact

mat a two year suspended sen sen-tence
tence sen-tence mav be imrinsmi nn him in

ing the supply room after he wasJ the Cristobal District Court for

violation of his parole on an ear earlier
lier earlier conviction.

Code 01 Military
Justice Governs
Dependents Abroad

WASHINGTON, June 12 (UP) President Eisenhower
spent his most comfortable night since his operation and
L:. !:.. i i . i r

ni spirits are nign, nis aocrors reporrea today.
; The President was stenninn nn hi hntnitnl rnntine

slightly as nis recovery progressed.

.. White House press secretary James. C. Hagerty said
that Presidential assistant Sherman Adams would give Mr,
Eisenhower a personal report lateron a White House con conference
ference conference between Senate and Administration leaders on
the foreign aid bill. ,",-',
Administration spokesmen urged Democratic find Re Republican
publican Republican leaders at the meeting to restore at least part of
the $1.1 billion that the House cut from the Administra-

ex

JinibyAiigel V
Seriously III
At Gorgas J
Jimmy Angel, well-known

plorer-Dier, was on the seriously
ill list at Gorgas Hospital today
after r having suffered : another
stroke: yesterday. ; i
Angel was stricken at the home
of Charles E: Bradley, at 885 Mor Morgan
gan Morgan Avenue, Balboa. Following an
attack of pneumonia last month,

he suffered an earlier stroke on

May 15 at which time he was hos hospitalized
pitalized hospitalized and placed on the ser

iously ill list. At that time his right 250,000 civilian dependents

siae was auecteo. military jurisdiction.

WASHINGTON. June 12 (UP) -The
Supreme Court has ruled 5 to
4 that civilians who accompany the
armed forces abroad are subject
to the jurisdiction of military
courts.: f-

The decision was handed down;

in iwo test cases stemmiing trom

f, the court martial conviction of

iwo service wives ior tne muraer
of their husbands. It cleared up
conflicting rulings by lower courts.
The four justices who dissented

said they would elaborate on their

views at the next term of court.
The current session dosed yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, j -- T.. ...' y. ,- -The
cases involved Mrs. Claris
B. Covert, 36, of Atlanta, who was
convicted by the Air Force in Eng

land in 1953 of the axe-murder of

M. Sgt. Edward E. Covert, and
Mrs. Dorothy Krueger Smith,
daughter of Gen. Walter Krueger,
retired. She was convicted by an
Army court martial in. Tast a the
same year for the fatal stabbing
of Col. Aubrey D. Smith.

The armed services acted

der the uniform code of

Haeerty said he didn't know

whether the President would be
walking about hit room today.

Mr. Elsenhower walked 30 feet

Sunday and a total of 80 feet

yesterday. The exercise Is part

or nis recovery regimen, it
helps tone up his muscles and
give tiim feeling of well being.

Jiagerty said tne president

still had a drainage tube run-

nins through his nose down m-

Mr, Eisenhower l id iij:n
k ally planned to conduct ihe
foreign aid meeting ; himself,,
but his emergency operation
mad that impossible.

In his stead, Secretaryef
State John Foster Dulles, Adm.
Arthur W. Radford, chairman cf
the joint chiefs of staff, and
foreign aid chief John B. Hollls Hollls-ter
ter Hollls-ter were the Adminlitratlon

spokesmen.. -v-:y.i ''''

Hagerty said Mr. Elsenhower

Is keeping; in clos touch with

the matter because he "feels very

strongly" about the need for re

storing the deep House slash in

the aid bin. :
Senate Democratic leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex.) said aft after
er after the meeting that "no com commitments
mitments commitments were asked and none

were given." He said the Admin-

istratlon still has to prove the
$600 million should be restored.
The White House meeting,
originally scheduled for late
yesterday with the President
himself, was held amid a
growing feeling among some
Influential Democratic and
Republican senators that for foreign
eign foreign aUd could be slashed and
the funds used to build more
mMitarr aircraft.

The' President also Increased
his executive pace yesterday

when he re ected a Soviet invt

tatlon for all the VS. military
chiefs" of staff to visit Russia

this month. i v 1

Adams took an outline; of the
reply Into Mr. Eisenhower and
snent 10 minutes with thi Chief
Executive. Hagerty emphasized

that the President made the II
nal decision. : l

The U.S. reply left the door
open for future visits, provided

the military chiefs do not go at

the same time and are allowed

25C3 Arreslcd

ller Abortive ;

Percnista Revolt

BUENOS AIRES. June 12 (UP)

Argentlne-mllltarv courts to

day weighed the fate of hun

dreds of perjons rounded up in

tne wane ot tne SDnrtive wee
end Peronlsta uprising. Forty

three rebels already have been

executed bv firing squads.

' Up to 2500 nersons were re reported
ported reported arrested in the nation nationwide
wide nationwide dragnet an more1 ae'tf

were expected. They Included
rliphard followers of ousted dic dictator
tator dictator .. Juan D. Peron whose
names were found in captured

rehei documents.

Among those reported In cus-

un- todv was Raul Lasomars'no

muitarvta'eaitnv indintriar'st. who was

justice, which places some 20,000 of flclaPv identified as the clv(-

cibihans employed overseas and tart leader of the l?-hOur revolt.

underr One of the m'l't'rv leaders

Oen. Juan Jose Valle, wa re-

The 57-year-old flier came to Speaking for the majority. Jus- ported arrested at dawn todav

Panama in April at which time tice Tom C. Clark said there is nd handed over to the Army

his plane fiippew over on ianaing-"no Constitutional defect in the Ministry. r
at David. The next day he became fact that the code does not pro-l The other military lender

ill and .was evacuated to Gorgas vide for indictment by grand jury, Oen. Raul Tanco. was still at

'by a US Air Force rescue plane, or trial by petit jury.' I large.

:. : .1

GOOD NEWS White House
Press Secretary James Mager Mager-ty
ty Mager-ty Is shown at a morning;
briefing at Walter Reed Hos- -pital
in Washington. He had
Just informed newsmen that
President Eisenhower's condt-
tlon continues excellent.

"maximum, time" for trinj nut.

side Moscow. V :'

AOen, a...an P. Twlninor air

Force-chief of staff, already -is
scheduled to visit Moscow alone.

as a result of Adams' visit with
the President, it also wax de

cided to hold the regularly week-'

iy ,meei.inp oi iae National se security
curity security council at the White
House Thursday. ;
Vice-President Richard M.
Nixon will preside as he did after-Mr.
Eisenhower's heart at attack
tack attack last Sept. 24 in Denver. Denver.-,
, Denver.-, Nixon also was called to pinch
hit for Mr. Elsenhower In cere-'
rnonlai duties. The vice president
wilt act as host at a ? lunch
Wednesday for West. German
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer at

mair iiuuse. .5.. ; r-

Injured Hunter
Shows Slight t
ImDrovement ;
The condition of Pedro G.- Be-'
tancourt, -Panamanian hunter in
whose brain a bullet lodged after
he accidentally discharged his shot
gun Sunday, was described as im improved
proved improved today by-authorities at
Gorgas Hospital.v ;
The bullet first tore say part
of Betancourt's arm and then en.
tered his head. Yesterday, his con con-dition
dition con-dition was listed as "poor." The The-injured
injured The-injured hunter lives in Chilibre,
where, the accident occurred, an
works at Garaboa.
Premature Baby
Dies At Gorgas
The premature baby of a newly
arrived Air Force couple died yes yesterday
terday yesterday at Gorgas Hospital. SSgt.
Ollie F. Cook, his wife, Delma, and
three other children arrived on
the Isthmus Sunday via MATS.
Officials at first thought tha
Cook infant would be born aboard
the plane, but a waiting ambulance
took the expectant mother to the
hospital. The seven-month baby,
named Stephen Franklin, was born

I shortly afterward. ..



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By VICTOR RIESEL
President Eisenhower is deter determined
mined determined to take a personal hand in
smashing the underworld network
inside labor a crime combine

which arrogantly refers to itself

as "The Second Government.'

Word from the White House is

that the Chief Executive made this
decision after listening to the re recital
cital recital of facts which poured over
the television networks during my
appearance on "Meet the Press"

on the night of June 3. 6 1

Mr. Eisenhower's anger at the

mob's disdain for law and order
and its exploitation of some big
union treasuries and hundreds of

thousands of working men prompt

ed him to discuss the subject with
AFL-CIO president George Meany

tne next day. v y ,.,
The President asked no advice
from any of bis labor experts or
political strategists, it was
learned. He had something to say
and that was that. The next day
at the ceremonies officially open opening
ing opening the new labor headquarters
across from the White House, Mr.
Eisenhower made it a point to
talk to Meany alone,

He told Meany he was aghast at
the attack on me. He then indi

cated that he had watched the
telecast and was now offering
Meany any government facility la labor
bor labor wanted to clean, up the crooked
combine. The AFL-CIO chief was
delighted to hear that the Presi

dent was personally interested. A

conference was suggested.'

This short talk made unprece unprecedented
dented unprecedented political and labor history.
Never before has a President

talked personally to a national la

bor 'chief about the rackets. Nor
has such a labor leader ever heart

ily agreed and welcomed the in intervention
tervention intervention of the government in
this; fight. .
- It is not clear yet whether Pres

ident Eisenhower will ask for a

non-partisan congressional probe

or whether the Ar L-CIO high coun council
cil council will ask for use of the facili facilities
ties facilities offered by the President last

Monday morning. If Meany does

ask for government cooperation.

he presumably would have at his

disposal the forces of the tm.

tne Treasury uepi. ana me wmte

House itself.

However, the odds are that the

AFL-CIO leaders wu. not ask the

President to make these .''facili

ties"" available. ;

They are awaiting a call from

the White House for a small con conference
ference conference in the next few weeks. At

that time, they plan to explain
their problems in detail and de

scribe to Mr.. Eisenhower the na nature,
ture, nature, of Uhe beast stalking their
ranks. j iJ)

Trie labor men who discussed

the President's offer Monday night,

Tuesday and Wednesday of this
past week prefer a coordinated
governmental investigation of "The
Second Government" rather" than

labor's use of the federar faci

lities. ...sNvr-u;

Because the President acted

spontaneously out of sheer indigna indignation,
tion, indignation, there -was no immediate ac action
tion action on Ike's eagerness for an anti-crime
campaign, The ; White
House is awaiting a call-.from

Meany. The impression of the La Labor
bor Labor leader, however, is that Mr.
Eisenhower will set up the con

ference. I thought I'd report this

now so the ban doesn t tail be between
tween between two outfielders and get lost.

Apparently, too. there has been

independent action by at least one
of Mr. Eisenhower's advisers, Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of Labor James, Mitchell.
This cabinet member has been

more than slightly riled by the
crime syndicate's brash operation

of some unions. ;

Several weeks ago Mitchell got
in touch with the Justice Dept.
and suggested that it move now
against the looters. Contact was

then made with Warren Olney, Jr.,

head of the Justice Dept.'s Crim

inal Division, who was most cer certainly
tainly certainly interested.
The Labor Secretary, the origi original
nal original Justice Dept. contact and War

ren' Olncy all got together, and out

of their talks came plans for en

rolling Secretary of the Treasury
George Humphrey in this war

for which "The Second Govern Government"
ment" Government" sure has been asking.
With the addition of the Treas Treasury
ury Treasury Dept., with its Internal Rev Revenue
enue Revenue Service, this becomes a
miclitv formidable ficrhtint? crowd

which, like Meany's bloc of decent

labor leaders, is lust tired or be being
ing being arrogantly and publicly defied.

Now that the President himself!

is interested and the most power-

ful labor policy, matters nave toia

him that they are willing to -go

alone with a constructive and non

partisan investigation, this com-
klMBtfnW KrAmoa the tnuohoftt an.

ti-racketeermg coaiiuon in nisiory.

So nut vour money on "ine rirst

Government" in tins tigntv

The Act's Smash Finish

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MEMOS OF A GIRL FRIDAY
Dear Mr. W.l Chicago's ton Ne

gro newspaper originated the rum

or that Sammy Davis, Jr. was go going
ing going to be sued for wife-piracy hy
Cordie King's husband and that
she planned suing Junior for amor amorous
ous amorous doubletalk. His pals assure all
concerned none of it is true. That
they will wed "after the show ends
its run" and would you be so kind

ly? . -Peggy Connelly says the
report that she will fly back to

Madrid to see Mr. Sinatra is ''very

likely" but certainly not for any

wedding, as the front pages
shrieked. "He is very much mar

ried" she said, "to Miss Gard Gardner
ner Gardner . .George Gobel'j star, Peg

gy 'King, is here for a week to
make some Decease She says the
spoliation : witlw her husband is
amicable and that "we have no

divorce plans." She added that the
buzs about divorcing Gobel is also

fraudulent., .The expected break

on the Victor Riesel acid-hurier
turned out to be the hoax of a
publicity-starved prisoner in the
Tombs. 100 sleuths are assigned to
the case, s : m '; h -; tf.

Mutual'a nress bunch can't fig

ure why you tossed out your, two two-liner
liner two-liner beat on Stalin Sunday night

It covered the front pages nexi

day. I looked at the script. ou
X'd it out for -nothing about

Marin Ohernn. YOU all right. MIS

tert .Kay Starr Is okay. Jusi
a checkup in a Beverly Hills hosp
. i .The drama pages said "High
Heels" would be a Fall Musical

nfforino nf H. Hovt and H. Patter

son, Mr. Patterson and Mr. Hoyt
in nnw estranged. Mr." Patter-

xn'a nerinar will be C. K. Peck

jr. n J Kim Smith Is being tested

at Columbia Pictures. Ba snon
i -RutoAP nri Hammerstem.

who gave Shirley Jones the break
to stardom, Just gave her an un unconditional
conditional unconditional release so she can soar
higher. First bid is $75,000 from
Fox . .Rita Canxonerl undergoes

major surg at Mt. ainai oeu

1 nave a divine new singer for

you to give a listen. .Sallie, Blair
at Cafe Society. She has an album

due in a month or" so. Made with
Mel Torme and Frances Faye.
Her chief asset is her beauty. Sort
of Lena Home with baby fat.
Ulto, she gets a Marilyn Monroe

thing going witn moisi-paneu ui
and half-mast eyes that are much-'
too-much. (Make in the paper like

a Good Boi) . .Mr. Barucn cauea,
Said glad you checked. The letter
bearing his name is counterfeit.
Thn nnll-takera had another set

back in Florida. A month before

Adlal beat Estes there a poll
rnairi far bv Renub chiefs and

anti-Kefauverites) predicted Estes
would "win "by over 100,000." How

wrong can they getT

Gale Storm's latest "hit,' "Tell
Me Why," (Dot Records) sounds
like the old hymn, "Just A Closer

w.iir with Me." Prackilly identi

cal. .Bobo Rockefeller's alleged
amour, Duke San Miniato, dined
at T.nrhnw's two dinners in a row

with Hrpce.desisner Marusia, who

is Princess Toumanoff. . Veep
Nixon will make a speech at the

Annual Dinner for Al Smith in

Oct. . M. Truman did not get

$250,000 for her memoirs in Good
Housekeeping. She got 70.

rvirictinn Mathews (she played

Tuptim in "King and I") is now

Mrs. V. wavis. mcigcu ucic
Wednesday.-. .The Robert Careys
(nt wilkea-Barrei will be 3 in Nov.

Mrs. Carey was Bobbe, the pret

tiest StorK UUD ClRKie-lfet. .u-
mund Johnston of "No Time For
Sgts" and Nancy Osborne of Min Minneapolis
neapolis Minneapolis (studying music here)
unite on the 24th. . .Jackie Pa Patrick
trick Patrick (singer) and dancer Gloria
Hopkins of Robert Q. Lewis' Sum Summer,
mer, Summer, stock show, "What's The
Rush?" wed on the 23rd. .It's a
son for the Larry Gores at French
Hosp. .Kitty Kallen's latest Dee Dee-cas
cas Dee-cas are "True Love" and VWUl
I Alwavs Be Your Sweetheart?"

The first is from "High. Society,"

the new Grace Kelly-Crosby-Sinatra next epic,

tNEAftavak T ttAna Kao vianai fauravr with I mAiata

iriliuiCi v uca silts a uiio mnmj waui

it .The Composer hatchick. Le-

nore Arlen is another hopeful who
patiently waited for the Break. She
opens July 15th with "South Paci

fic" in a top role.

The current Washington news

letter distributed to editors and
publishers by T. A. i Mclnerny

editorials on the ."confiscatory"
income tax. It says in part: "Wal "Walter
ter "Walter Winchell, whosevoice has been
heard more .than any man in his history,
tory, history, was probably taxed more
heavily in that period (the war)
than any man In the country. He
responded again and again by say

ing he was glad to pay the price
for the privilege of living in the
U. S. His example did much to
offset the anti-war sentiment (hea

vy taxation) but that was then.
What this country needs now is
someone in the Senate to take on
the task ( of reforming taxation
for punitive purposes."

Shelley Winters' ever-lovin' Tony
Franciosa of "Hatful of Rain"
is out of the ailinr room and feel

ing fit. Very good actor, destined
for stardom. Jlossano Brazil (so
good in "Summertime" with Kate
Hepburn) -start ."Interlude" for

Universal-Int'l on the 18th at Mun

ich. .After that film he makes

one with Joan Crawford in London

Then he hopes to do a Broadway

olay. in case playwrights are look

ing for a ticket-seller. .Arlene
McQuade and Donald Buka of

H'wood have resumed the idyll

that faltered at the altar last Yule

time. .Big mystery at ANTA's

Int 1 Exchange Program. An Amer.
ican Indian named Tom Two Ar

rows, who has been entertaining
in India (and was due back weeks
ago), hasn't sent a word. Even

the Dept. of State doesn't know

what happened to him.

'Cecil B DeMille's granddaugh

ter Cecilia and her husband will

be S in 2 wks. He u an Egyptian

Colonel. Grandpa has hint, in his

fin? l7Asiii::8To:j
( wow a A

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t on aw pcArtrtou

"The 10 Command

ments," i .Theatre Arts features
Ward Morehouse's essay on pro producer
ducer producer Gilbert Miller .Ward's

done one on Noel for the Sept

Pageant. .We said all lawsuits

against "Waterfront" had been set settled
tled settled One remains. Invasion of pri

vacy action by Tony Mike. In Fed

eral Court . .Teevee critic John

Crosby planned a hop to Hong
Kong (as we noted) but he chucked

it rather than go through the or

deal of doing scads of columns

ahead.'. ."The Follies" had a very
funny bit for Elliot Reed. A satire
on convention speeches and
commentators Murrow and Kal-

tenborn. Reed rocked audiences

with his Kefauver Committee mi

micry in a B'way show. V" ;
i u $.,. r oiM ,';'!.
f f.-r-'- ijr 1 tiifMl! & 1,::
Remember Barbara Black? You
liked her song styles a few sea seasons
sons seasons ago. The one-liner got her a

job at LaVie. She is now at the

Glen Cove Golden Slipper and

wanted you. to know. ..Oliver i

Kaufman, boss of Henri Bendel's
swank shop (he's only 28). is the

Big Interest over at Kyle McDon

nell s. .Margla Dean, whose new
film is "The Creeping Unknown"
(with Brian Donlevy), is at the
St Moritz. Her new romance is
with A. Gabor, a Detroit steel
man. .Margia (in case you need

brushing up on your curtsy) is of

Greek royalty ... .John Perona
doesn't ban many people from El
Morocco, but when he does the
effect is shattering. Lisa Van, a
model barred a few months ago
(for 'table hopping), gave up N.Y.

to dwell in South Africa. Your

Girl Friday

STATIC-LOVER

LA JOLLA. Calif. (UP) -Ra

dio static is music to the ear of
geophysicist Leonard N. Lieber Lieber-mann
mann Lieber-mann of the University of Cali California's
fornia's California's Scripps Institution of Oce Oceanography
anography Oceanography in La Jolla. He Is in interested
terested interested in static because it pro provides
vides provides information on thunderstorm
activity. Hia equipment can pick
up lightning flashes thousands of
miles away.

WASHINGTON Fred Seaton,
the new secretarv of th intrin

is 6ne of the best men Eisenhower
could have picked for. that key
spot His appointment may mean
a complete change in the so-called

Aisennower "giveaway" policy.
But tempers sizxled privately a
bit among old guard Republicans
when his appointment was sent to
the Senate. V
The opposition was not personal
It went much deeoer and mhMi

the entire Eisenhower policy on
tidelands oil, public power, natural
gas, wildlife refuses, ana

Hell s Canyon. Seaton was opposed
to giving tidelands oil to the states
when he was in the Senate and
might well reverse Eisenhower's
policies as secretary of the inte interior.
rior. interior. ....

Inside' fact is that Seaton first

tried to appoint his friend ; Val
Peterson, another leader of the

liberal GOP, as secretary of the
Interior. But when Renubliean

leaders were confidentially sound

er! out id aays aeo. ooDosition

erupted from old-line Nebraska

Republicans.

f -. -
N EBRASKA BITTERNESS

This climaxed a lone series of

attempts by seaton to put his
friend Peterson in high position,
beginning just before Ike took of

fice when Seaton urged Peterson

as secretary of agriculture or sec

retary of the interior.
Ex-Governor Peterson, however.

had run against crotchety, con.

servative Sen. Hugh' Butler in the

Nebraska Republican primary,
and Butler would neither forget
nor forgive. He blocked the ap

pointment He even blocked Peter Peterson's
son's Peterson's appointment as U.S. ambas
sador to distant India, -i

Finally Peterson was appointed

to Ike's White House staff, which

doesn t require Senate confirma

tion; and later to the thankless

job of Civil Defense Administrator,
where he haa done an A-l .job.

Peterson, also a liberal republi

can, also opposed the natural gas
lobby and the tidelands oil lobby.
So last week Nebraska senators

Curtis and Hruska not only frown

ed on him as secretary of the In Interior,
terior, Interior, but sent word back to the
White House that the man to ap

point was a n o t h e r Nebraskan,
Clarence Davis, now undersecre undersecretary
tary undersecretary of the Interior. y
Davis, however, was frowned on

by Seaton and other White House

advisers just as mucn as reierson
was ; frowned on by Curtis and

Hruska. '

For Davis had been cioseiy

identified with the Al Sarena give giveaway
away giveaway of the Rogue River National
Forest with the encroachment of
oil companies on. wildlife refuges
and with McKay's generous policy

toward the private utilities.
Sn Seaton. in turn: blocked Da

vis. In fact be had been pulling
wires backstage for a month to

keep the reactionary uavis from

heenmina secretary oi we interior.

Seaton's motive in this was not to
get the job for himself. He had no
idea that lightning would strike
him. But in the end that is exactly

what happened.
TIDELANDS OIL
1 When Seaton served in the Sen

ate to fill out the unexpired term

of the late Kenneth Wherry, it oe

cam known that he was not going

to vote with the uulf states ana

various Republican senators to
give tidelands oil to Texas, Loui-

siana and caworma. ..
This caused dismay and indigna

linn amomr tfas-oil lobbyists. It

was in the closing days of the
Truman administration, and Sen Senate
ate Senate nnsei were- beint counted to

i override his expected veto. So

Governor Shivers of Texas cauea
on Gov, Val Peterson of Nebraska,
who had appointed Seaton to the

Senate, urged that seaton oe per per-maricd
maricd per-maricd to vote for tidelands oil.

: "I have no control over the
senator's vote," Peterson replied,
thereby winning the undying op opposition
position opposition of gas-oil senators to his

own appointment to the Interior
department later.
Seaton was in Germany whert
he and his wife were adopting two
children when the tidelands oil de-
bate started early in 1952. But he
rushed back in time to be recorded
against the. bill.
SMALL-TOWN PUBLISHER
Seaton is a midwest small-town
newspaper publisher who under understands
stands understands people as well as politics.
Through his friend, sen. -Frank
Carlson, he got to know candidate
Eisenhower during the 1952 cam cam-paign
paign cam-paign and became one of his close
advisers.
He was also one of his liberal
advisers; joined the group on the
Eisenhower campaign train which
wanted to throw Nixon off the Re Republican
publican Republican ticket when his $18,000
personal expense fund waa re revealed.
vealed. revealed.

Seaton did his best to persuade

Sen. Wayne Morse of Oregon not
to bolt the Republican party,
helped persuade the sometimes.

nervous Eisenhower that the press
would not bite him; after election
be was appointed assistant secre

tary of defense to hold the wob-
v. i: t.i: I. I .a m. r.

my puDiic-reiauunB uauu ui vuai.
be Wilson. v .f

In that job, and later as a mem member
ber member of the White House staff.

he has handled tough and touchy
political problems. He urged- the
firing of GOP National Chairman

Wes Roberts when Roberts was re-.

vealed as a Kansas lobbyist He

was delegated to fire Ed Mansure
a boss of the General Services i

Administration, was also delegated (

to smooth out the farm snaru, ana
went to Des Moines to persuade
five Midwest Republican gover governors
nors governors not to censure the Eisenhow-f
er administration on farm policies.
Seaton's policies as secretary of
the interior should be almost di directly
rectly directly (rpposite to those1, of
generous Doug McKay, ::-

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Chaplain William G. DeVanny
(arrow) and 1st Lt Robert Pate
of the 325th Airborne Infantry
Rgt. of Fort Bragg, N.C., be became
came became entangled after jumping
simultaneously from opposite
sides of a, C-U9 Flying Boxcar
at Fort Gordon, Ga. Neither
man was injured. Chances for
such a mishap were quoted as
one in 2,000 jumps;

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Pius XII Cells
For Acllsn lo Ban r
Obscene Lilarafure
VATICAN CTTV 3,m 15 nrp

--Pope Pius XII caUed yesterday

ior iniemannnai ntinn rn hin nh.

, scene literature, which he said

may have effects as harmful as
addiction to narcotics.
; The 80-year-old Pontiff told pub publishers
lishers publishers who came here from an in international
ternational international convention : in F 1 o r r-ence
ence r-ence that it is their "grave duty"
'to consider the influence of their

oooJES on man's natural proepn
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rs in Florence discnxRMl "nhamo.

lest literature," which he said

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completely," oe said. v

Bethel Mission
Holds 3 Special

Progrems Sunday

The Bethel Mission Church will

hold a special

Libya Imposes fon
On Fcrefcn Service

Propaganda (enters1

TRIPOLI, Libya, June 12 (UP)
The Libyan government imoosed

restrictions on the operations of
U.S. and other foreign information

services nere yesterday in the
wake of an intensive Soviet pro

paganda campaign in this North
African country.' .:""::v
- The Libyan Foreign Office re requested
quested requested all foreign cultural and
information centers to stop distri distributing
buting distributing material outside their own

It also told the oreign centers
to refrain from advertising lec lectures
tures lectures and to show no films outside
their premises. Both the U.S. and
British information centers oper operate
ate operate mobile film units.
The government order affects
mainly tha United States, Britian
and Egypt. But the motivating
factor appeared to be the recent
Soviet Embassy action in flooding

11 a.m. dedicated in all f.ti,...

The Dastor. Rev. Stewart mill Am

uib sermon, r
A program scheduled for 3 p.m..
featuring the King's Four Quar!
tet, was postponed.
1 The dav's activUioa win nm n

" vvui w
an end with the monthly youth
service beginning t 7:15. The spe special
cial special speaker for this service will

ue we nev. jars, feriine Harrison
Miller. Mrs. Miller, born in the Ci-
tV Of Colon, in nnv rinincr tnioeitna.

ry work in Bridgetown Barbados,
in comnanv with hor hnchani

der the Church of the Nazarene

wiin headquarters in Kansas Ci City,
ty, City, Mo. Ul.ri' :tfiW i-iu-:.

".,:tn I-r:i5 WrtH ti -in ii-jp
Before emnr m Earhan. v..

- WtUIKUUtUOl, m
the island of Jamaica. In addition
to the SDecial vouth mmao h

will show some slides of her work
in Jamaica and Barbados and the
Leeward Islands, i
A silver collection will ha taVsn

up at this service.

IN THE FAMILY

STAMFORD. Conn. -1 TTP

The Varnik family, which came to
this country from Estonia seven

years ago, has done well in the

scnoiarship market. Miss Rett Var Varnik,
nik, Varnik, 17, won the 1956 four-year
scholarship for children of Pitney Pitney-Bbwes;
Bbwes; Pitney-Bbwes; Inc. employes; Her broth brother,
er, brother, Andrus, won the scholarship
last year. :,.:.;-f..--,-:r ,,-,-

Libya with propaganda pamphlets
and magazines. ..
The Uhiterl Stats -and st.;.

- .iiu wiuaiu
have operated information centers

nere ior six years, figypt recently
opened large cultural centers here
and in Benghazi, Libya's second
city.-.
Russia established diplomatic
relations with Libya late last
year, but until last eir tha cv.

jviets did little in the propaganda

ueiu wcauy. ,. .t
I. Then, suddenly, they flooded the

imarket with Arabic language

iuipuieis ana magazines.

West doubled thru anJ..

umy a nana wirn vpat

- nuuctLIUO,
Worth was sorrv h hHnt it

get awav with hi. thnt k;j

. , vu ftliu VI

uiree uiamonas. south was sorry
he hadn't gone to the movies. The

wuoie picture changed soon.

Declarer wnn tha svuminit nil

mond lead in the dummy, noting
that East was bound tn hava ttZ

rest of the missing diamonds for

uis opening Did of three. There was

eooq reason tn tinn

couia De Shut out. for Vm n,nM

, w IfVUlU

nave maae tne shut-out bid

wiui an ace in addition to a strong

wauivuu Ua.li
Declarer returned a club from
dummy, losing the king to West's
fa Wad .1...

--w. iciuiucu viud. anu
dummy's nine' held the trick. Now

aouin casnea tne top hearts and
ruffed a heart, dropping the queen
and jack.

South returned to dummy -with
the lack nf iluh ant liU k. t. .r

hearts. East ruffed nrith th.

j ... Mac OJLA VI
spades, and South over-ruffed with

we oueen.

By now declarer had taken sev

en tricks: and neded nnl Turn

more for his contract. Moreover

ii was ciear mat wect'a remainino

five cards were, the five missing

U UUJJJ9.

South led th. nnean nt ah.h.

West had to ruff With tha tea

otherwise dummy would make a

munp itick ; witn the nine and
eyntually, another trump trick

wun v ine nine. :s t.- f

Declarer didn't dam nvemifr

with dummy's king. If he did, Wesl
WOUld ruff the next trirk- with the

Seven of spades and run the rest

or ine wicks with high, trumps

instead, south' allowed West to
hold the trick with the ten of

spades. .,,..
sir 'i.v.i i'.f yT-V;-'
Now ffiera w tin win 'M.'lir

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to prevent dummv from winino

tricks with the nine and king of
spades. South made his doubled
contract, scoring game and rubber.

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USW's Key Wage Policy Group

Td Act On Contract Proposals

NEW YORK. June 12 fTJPl

United Steelworkers President Da David
vid David J. Mc Donald yesterday called
a Friday meeting of the union's
key wage policy committee to act
on contract counter proposals
. from thn cIaa! inrfiiKtrv'a "K i a

mice ...... a.,

man

e will hear an outline of what At a lew conference vlsteri

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tee will hear an outline of what
the companies are willing to grant
the union this year and then it

will advise McDonald on what

course he should follow.
- The atmosphere surrounding
the negotiations was one of op optimism
timism optimism for an early settlement
of the "big three" steel wage
i talks that will have aprofound
i influence' on the nation's economy.

. John A. Stephens, vice president
of U. S. Steel and the unofficial
chairman of the industry's nego negotiating
tiating negotiating team, said management is

working at top speed to have its
counter proosals ready by tomorrow.

These counter proposals are ex

pected to scale down sharply the
union's 22 packaged demands

which were presented to manage management
ment management two weeks ago in Pitts

burgh.
The current contract between
: 450,000 members of the union
and 172 steel companies expires
at midnight on June 30. The na nation
tion nation is faced with a crippling
strike if a new pact Is not nego
.titd by that time.
' The contract talks between the
i'SW and the industry "big three"
U.S. Steel, Bethlehem Steel and
; Republic Steel began in Pitts-

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burgh May 28 and were moved
here last week in an effort to speed
settlement ;.
Negotiators' for from' e a c h
side met for an hour yesterday
and then recess! until inmArmw

to give management time to nutl

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McDnald said he "is still hoping"!
to write a new contract by June

17 a target date he mentioned
two weeks ago. ;;

Stephens, acknowledging that
"a lot of work still remains to
be done," said he too is hopeful
of a new agreement "well before
the critical date." I
McDonald said the union believes
it can analyze the companies'
counter proposals 'very quickly"
and can begin bargaining collec

tively almost immediately.

The union has presented the in

dustry with its biggest packagge
demands since the first contract
in the steel Industry was signed

in 1937. Key proposals are a "sub-!
stantial" but undisclosed wage

hike, a full union shop, premium
pay for weekend work, a form of
quaranteed annual wage and oth other
er other fringes. -.. I

The union's package is said to

add up to 60 cents and hour per

man, which would cost the indus

try about 800 million dollars a year

in additional wage cost. "The ex

perts predict a settlement will call

for a package offer approach.

mg 20 eents an hour.

Steelworkers now average aoout

$2.47 an hour.

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RECEPTION AT BRAZILIAN EMBASSY THIS EVENING
The Braiilian Ambassador and Mis Aguinaldo Boulilreaa
Friroso will be hosts at a reception at the Braiilian Embassy
in El Can ire jo this evening from :0 to S:M B.nw tn honor of
Brigadier Jvo Carmenter Ferreira, of the Bratillan Air force.

Reception At Albrook
' General. Reuben C. Hood, Jr.,
and Mrs. Hood entertained with a
reception yesterday at the Al Albrook
brook Albrook Officers' Club in honor of
the Latin American Chiefs of Mis Mission
sion Mission whe are visiting here to at attend
tend attend the Annual Conference of the
usaf. 1 4 ;
Wedding Anniversary Celebration
- Dr. and Mrs. Harmodio Arias,
Jr." celebrated their First Wedding
Anniversary last night with- a
cocktail party at their penthouse
apartment atop the Panama A A-Buildine..
Buildine.. A-Buildine.. About 50 of

, their friends were on hand to wish"

-them -well. : -. t
Archbiiheia" f Panama' 1 ;
To Attend Congress
.-The Archbishop of Panama,
. Moosignor Francisco ;; Beckman
has left for Cartagena, Colombia,
to attend the National Catholic
Congress pi Colombia., Accompa Accompa-,
, Accompa-, nying Monsignor. Beckman is the
Colombian Ambassador Raul H.
Barrios and J)frs. Barrios..
French, Embassy Tea : :
Mrs. Marcel Qlhvler, wife of the
fharsi. d'affaires of the .French

Embassy, will give a tea party at
the Embassy Residence off La
Cresta on Thursday afternoon. The

affair will be- a "despeoiaa- nonor nonor-ing
ing nonor-ing Mrs. Joseph de Lacoste, wife
of -the Director of, .the Panama
Trust Compnay, who is leaving for
France at the lend of this month.
' Surprise' "Stork Party"'.
' Mrs. 1 Loren Kenneth Reed, en entertained
tertained entertained with a surprise' "stork
. party" t her liome in Curundu on
" Sunday in honor of Mrs. Erhmin
Dyer, nee Qgla, Critch, also of Cu-
' The gifts.were presented to Mrs.
Dyer- in pink bassinet trimmed
with white ribbon and yellow and

white paper roses: Those who at-

. tended were Mrs. Jack Smith,
Mrs. Loren Reed. Mrs. i Willima

Critch; 1 mother of the honoree,
Miss Harriet Critch, sister of the
honoree, Miss Kay Ott, Miss Lynn
Braun. Miss Beatrice Bruns, Miss

Lucv Panazian. Mis Florence

Bauchman, Mrs. Andres Sanchez,
Mrs. Annabelle Lee Mosan. and

Mrs.', Newton Cobb. v-

i Th"-" sen !;ng gifts but t"Wp
to a 1 v Mrs. Jo''i
Mrs. t oi'i ..key, Ai...- i i c e
HagsWg, Mrs. William Carlin,
and Miss Gloria Samson. "-

fV'cVsU Rica
1 Commericial Counsellor of the
French Embassy,. Boris Eliacheff
aad Mrs, Eliacheff left for. Cosa
Rica by plan on Friday.:; ,,,..;,
lirth Announcement y ; -i ''-'
v Mr. -and Mrs. Jerry Wigginton of
SO -Gulf,1 Wilmongton,. Cal. an
ounce the Tairthvof a son on June
U. The infant has received the
ame Scott Lee.
Mrs. -Wigginton is the former O O-'
' O-' live Beil, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Beil of Balboa. She is a grad graduate
uate graduate of Balboa High School.
Birthday Celebration
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph 'Burda
" had group of about forty friends
in for cocktails at their residence
in Ancon, recently, to celebrate
. Mr. Burda's birthday.
Iridal Shower
, Guest of honor at bridal
luncheon ahd shower recently at
the Albrook Officers' club, was

Mist Beverly Ann Crawford who
will be married to Mrs. Dale F.
Campbell. Hostess of the shower

was Mrs. Elizabeth a. uray.
An Army-Navy" tablecloth cov covered
ered covered the U-shaped table. The cen

terpeice was of white gladiolas in
a .crystal, bowl. Long white tapers
in silver candelabra completed

the decorations. Place favors were
white Cinderella slippers with mi-

-'niature Backets of rice in tulle tied

with ribbon and flowers ; in each
liper. Each guest opened ) her
tiny package throwing rice at the

Dride-eieci 10 wisn ner juck.

At. another table near the en

trance was placed a miniature

bride in white lace and tulle flank

ed with Chinese porcelain vases
filled with orchids. On a w h i t e

backdrop was placed a dove.

The guest of honor sat on a
white thronelike chair surrounded
by baskets of white Easter .Li

lies. '. ?

Guests of honor at', the luncheon

were the Misses Sis Brady, Tita

Corriean. Judy. Curtis. Allison

Davidson, Camule Ellis, fat fos

ter, Ana Keller, Sue Knapp, Ange Angela
la Angela Lee, Maurine Naudts, Dotty
Metzer. Cynthia Orr, 'Mary A-

lice Price, Ginger Bernhardt, Emi

ly Riley,. Tita Shaw,-Jo Ann Sor Sorrel,
rel, Sorrel, Diane Staples, Kathy Steiner,
Louise :Tate, Barbara Thrift, Pi

lar Valee. Angela Valentine and

MrsV Jeanney Gau.'
Rehirnlna Front Vacation

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rummell

of Panama, are returning front
vacation in the United States a
board the SS "Panama on Wednes
day,

Leave For New York '.. . .

Mr. and Mrs. James Reccia and

daughter Jeanne of Margarita left
by plane early Sunday morning
for New York where they will

spend their vacation. '
Louise Lsnil To Be
Heard Oa Prcsrem
For falher's Day ;

Plans have been completed by
the Elks Scholarship Committee

for the presentation of the Jamai

can-born singer Louise Lamb with
the Carol Greaves trio Sunday on

a Fathers Day program, at th
Pacific Service Center at 3 p.m.

Miss La mi) has made several

successful appearances on the is island
land island of Jamaica at leading hotels.

night, clubs and theaters. Her first

professional engagement was with
ihe Redver Cook orchestra.
The Greaves trio,, comprised of;

Carol Greaves, piano; James Whit Whit-tineton,
tineton, Whit-tineton, bass and Leopole (Polie)

Burnham, guitar; will Ulso provide
the accompaniment for pop drum

mer JUvin Green with a. special

vraharp solo. Dave Co"-;table will

?e the program..

Ail fathers are invited to attend

the program. Proceeds of the pro.

gram will be used for a youth wel

fare program aimed at combatting

juvenile delinquency. v .',-

mum

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If

MRS. "PETE" JOHNSON, MRS. R. K. MORRIS and visitor,
show Mrs. Johnson's original oil painting ."Blue Mangoes"
which has been, hung 'as the "picture of the month" at the
TiYoli Quest House. The "picture .of the month" Is an idea of
the Canal Zone Art League which is sponsoring the Beaux Arts

Ball on Saturday night at the Army tNavy Club at Fort Ama-"

... -(jor, startirn? at 8:00 o clock.' I

:eatk Mk tat lncftnkm f (lilt
' cIm tkmmti. MkHI4 la typ
wrltlca (oral ml Bulled aiw at
he Hoi Mvaibcra utt4 aUf ta "So "Social
cial "Social ad Otkcnwtse,1 ar dUvcrc4
bj kind la. lb altlcc. Nolicaa al.
BiccUaft unael k accepted kjr tala tala-hana.
hana. tala-hana. , ...r
Fort Amader Officers'

Wives' Club s

-The Fort Amador 0 f f i e e r V

Wvies Club will hold Its regular
monthly coffee on Wednesday at

9:30 a.m. at the Army-navy uud.

All members are requested to

attend as a new list of proposed

club officers will be presented by

the nominating committee.

Reservations are not necessary.

AMarican Leelen Auxliiry

The American Legion Auxiuary,

Unit 1 will hold their montly meet

ing tonight at 7:30 at the Ameri

can Legion Uub, r. Amaaor,
All members are asked- to at

tend and-requested to "return all

proceeds on the poiiera aou ana

unsold ticseis ai mis uiecuiiK,
Naval Officers' Eives .
T. M. A Alhraak

Th Naval Officers' Wives' Club

iti mt Tiiisriav. June 19 at 12:30

for luncheon at the Aioroos. uin

rinh Th luncheon ana oust'

ness meeting will be followed by

bridge and canasta in ine urm
woo Room. Attractive table prize prize-es
es prize-es are planned.
li Pink Maatina v

The regular monthly meeting of
Club will be held

Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at the home
of Mabel Bryner in Margarita.
House 8224-A. Pictures on -the San
Bias and Darien Indians will be

shown by Mr. m, i. nauey.
5 "' ajaaaBa
Knights Of St. Paul

- The Knights of saint Paul will
hold a special meeting tomorrow
at 7 p.m. at St. Paul's Church,
in -nrrtor to discuss plans for a

Concert OI ciassum niuaiu v
. th. Paotfic Service Cen-iress as nt nas fenae m le

litiu r .. ...

Rockefeller, Bride
Leave For Secrel
Hcneyir.ooh Snol

HAXDEN LAKE, Idaho, June .12

Rep; CafliVinson ;
Seeks His 22nd ;
Term In The House

WASHINGTON June 12 (UPV
Veteran Rep.' Carl Vinson (D-Ga!)

of Milledgeville, Ga., yesterday

announced nis caiwidacy for- a

22nd term in the House.

Only two Congressmen, Spealterioil iprtune, and his bride, the for for-Sam
Sam for-Sam Rayburn of Texas and the'mer Jeanette Edris of New York,

late Rep. Adolph Sabalh (D III.),
have bad anlonger periiod of conti continuous,
nuous, continuous, service in- the House Ray-

burn- has served since 1913

'Vinson

Armed

At 5:38 D.m. Martin's little

brother was napping in his crib.
On his mother's stove potatoes
were cooking. And seyeral blocks
away a friendly neighbor sudden suddenly
ly suddenly thought, "I'd better call Leila

At 5:40. the potatoes beean to

burn. At the same momentl Bobby

awoke and feeling stuff v in the

nose, began to cry. He'd iust ooen

ed his mouth for his third shriek'

of anguish when the telephone

rang.

And while Martin s mother was

trying to do three things at once.l
Martin called from the dining!

room, -mom, can l take a candy
ball?" ,. .

As he'd known she would, his

distracted parent paused just long
enough to say, "What? Yes, yes,
for heaven's sake just be quiet,
Martin!" '''v. :

Yet only the da v before vaster-

day he. reminded him of the rule

against candy before supper.

bne recalled this as she was

soothing Bobby. With growing re resentment'
sentment' resentment' at Martin, she thought,

ne was iusc waiting, tor me to

get my mind on other things to1
ask me for that candy. He knew:
I didn't want him to have it. Oh
my, what a self-willed child..; If
i uon't keep my wits about my ev every
ery every second, he'U get bis own way
every time." ... -t j
Her resentment, though under-:
standable, is childish. At seven he
grabs for his own way as instinc instinctively
tively instinctively as you reach for a strap!
when a bus stops. ; ,
The fact that he has exDloited

his mother's absent-mindedness is

(UP) Winthrop Rockefeller, 44-j nothing to. get mad about. If aim-

year-old heir to America s largest pry reus us mar martin is intern--

plain ef this treatment. Then to

our intelligent little boy. it will be 1

time to say, "I have to say 'No
when I- haven't time 'to listen to
you. So you're pretty silly to ask
me things when I can't listen. U

Never break

business ap,

you want me to say 'Yes' more DOlntment without a good rea-
fiAn 4nr avf L-tar. n dVUtnfrra whan .a Ml I Mrt

often, try asking me things when;rn- out if vou find vou must.

I cv think about thejn.'' break, an appointment do so as

far ahead of time as possible so,
that you won't Inconvenience;
the 'Other person.- .
Yon should reeecnise the fact
that appointments are made le
be kept-not broken. ;

an

gent as well as self-centered. He's'

not only been able to get his can-i
dy but has manipulated his moth mother's
er's mother's weakness so ihe can't re-j

proach him for disobedience. i

tuaicau vi icauiii( una CAptur

pleLof the district are, fully ac

qualnted with it."
'He promised to give to "the Bis.
trict, the state and the nation" the

same service in. the new 85th ton

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Scllinn

Icmiildm

Approvad by more
doctors, like by
nore toothatt and
ehiMrtn tkan any

thcr brand, eacn

suasEra

a5p:r:m

thtprtfaradtUnd thtprtfaradtUnd-'
' thtprtfaradtUnd-' M4 ef accurate

Oiaast navorad.

MsrHyn's Playiitale

Feces Qiielios On

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WASHINGTON, June 12 (UP)-

Arthur. Millef ; playwright p 1 a y-

mate or actress, Marilyn Monroe,

1 1 1 be questioned by the

House Committee on un-American

Activities Thursday about his pass,
port troubles.

A spokesman said the commit

tee, which has been studying al

leged passport abuses, wants to

talk to Miller about the passport

application he filed In 1954. r

He said Miller withdrew the ap

plication when it became apparent
the passport would not be issued

In time for him to attend a produc

tion in Belgium of his play -The
Crucible." V V...

Later Miller said he had stated

under oath he was not a Commu Communist,
nist, Communist, according to the committee
spokesman. 1
In recent months, the 40-year-old
playwright has been keeping

company witn miss Monroe. How

ever, he has denied reports mat
he and the blonde actress would
wed immediately after his divorce.

ter on Sunday, July 15, at 3 p.m.

- This, concert will feature the
m.ll.lrnnwn t.rinr' Mario Oultie-

rrez and Miss Yolanda- Orsini.
soprano. They will be accompa-;
niort hv trie Internationally la-

winn. ninnist Hans Janowitz

Other concert artists also will

participate In this -program..
Rainbow City Council
Sleets Tomorrow Night :
The Rainbow Citw Civic Coun

ell will meet tomorrow nicrht at

7-ao m ine siuav.nau i -uic

town's high school, It was an
nounced today.

' The meeting will" heaf reports

on a recent interview with uen
Potter, the new Canal Zone gov

ernor? the June shirtsleeve con conference
ference conference with Lt. Gov. Schull,
and the town's lodge hall prob

lem.'' '" '; ,.
Residents of the" New Cristo

bal area are being eioeclally

urged to attend tne meepin;.

GOSPEL BY AIR .
FLINT;' Mich. (UP) Sun
day School attendants at River

side Tabernacle enlisted Mother
Nature's aid in spreading Gospel

tracts when tney released 1 .000

neiium-fiued balloons, each car

rying a tract and a postcard ask asking
ing asking the finder to mail the card
back to home base.

were honeymooning today at

undisclosed location.,. '. v
Rockefeller and his. bride were

IrriarrioH vptlfrHa in an Simrjlel

on, chairman pf the Housejcivil rite performed by Judge M.tation, let's deal with it. As a mat mat-I
I mat-I Sen-ices Committee, firstiw tohmnhmr nt fnenr D'Alene at1 ter of principle, let s decide to give

took his seat in Congress on' Nor.ith mountain summer home of the! him a categorical "No whenever

s."!u H will', he 73 in Novm. h,i.'. f.thm ; 1 he tries to abuse our concern with

ber. ; I ', Following a brief recepUon for, other responsibilities by extorting,
In annoiincing' for vreelection, their families and close friends, lnome 'Yes we dont mean from
Vmcon said he was basing his can-the newly weds left lor an undis-j us- '..' ,' I
didacy on the record he has made closed honeymoon location. Inevitably, he will begin to com-'

over the years and said '"the peo-l Best man at the creinony was .

Dr; Graham Hawks of New Mori.
The bride's attendant was . h e ri
daughter, Anne Bartley.
,-It was the second marriage for:
Rockefeller and the fourth for his.

bride. .i..-.-e'-' v I
Rockefeller was first married
in 1948 tQ the daughter of an In Indiana
diana Indiana coal miner.. Blonde B, o b p.
Rockefeller obtained a .Reno. di divorce
vorce divorce on Aug. 3 1954. ; and was
granted a whopping $5'4 miluon
settlement, 'vv--- -'''! !" ;
t Mrs; Rockefeller wai. previously
tn Prison Bruce Bartley,

Nathan Barrager andrDonatd j

i, MCUOIIBIU. liWIO U'lwivvu ...
Donald in 1951. ; ,-.
.The wedding took.pUcejn front
n th fireolace in the living room

' of a colonial summer home over

looking, Hayden J.ane in tne --oeut
D'Alene lake region of Northern
Idaho. The lake Is. 35 miles east
of Spokane.'

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PUZZLER-'-A perplexed coed
examines a statuev at' the Uni Uni-'
' Uni-' yersity of Chicago. Called
''Congo,1" it was created oy
Bunni Sovetski, and Is on vlev
at the University's second an annual
nual annual arts festival. The girl is
Yolande de Bruyn, a freshman.

You Just Y
" Dial-for-Style ;
Buv,
on CLUB or CREDIT
PI"
CORNER "H" and DARIEN ';

past 42 years.

s Mademoiselle
Genevieve Besse

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. Famous Beauty Counsellor,

representative of the univer-

sallv known French Cosmetic

"Lancome." sold hr Panama ex exclusively,
clusively, exclusively, by Felix B. Maduro.
Mademoiselle Besse will advise

the local ladles of the latest

news on "make-up" at the Main

Store of Felix B. Maduro from

10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m: and
from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. till

the 14th of June and at the
Branch Store v on Tlvolt Avenue
from the 15th to the 19th of

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Huk CuerrillasPn
Prowl Near Manila
Kill 1, Set Fires :

MANILA, P.I.; June 12 (CP)

Huk guerrillas have raided-a town
35 miles south of this Philipines
capital, killing one matt and set
ting fire to 16 buses, reports reach reaching
ing reaching Manila today said. --.. ;
v The rebel band led by Huk com

mander "Romy", entered the town
of Pililla in Rizal province last

night. : '"-; ': ; -The
Huks broke into a transporta

lion company garage and set fire
to the buses: An 'employe of 'the

comnany. identmed Antonio Lee

was killed.

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The high-roltage drama of smart operat operators
ors operators and beantifnl women who hide behind
the sinful curtain of corruption In a big city
sets the action of "Slightly Scarlet," which
comes to the Lnx Theatre on Thursday 14,
with John Payne, Arlene Dahl and Rhonda
Fleming In the co-starring roles. -;
Filmed from one of James M. Cain's most
explosive novels, "Love'e Lovely Counterfeit,"
this Benedict Bogeans-RKO production in
Superscope and Technicolor is vigorously
true-to-life and filled with characters which
cpuld easily have stepped out of today's
newspaper headlines. f '5
John Payne portray a smooth, fast-talking
operator who's not exactly crooked, not
exactly straight, but eanght in the evertight evertight-ening
ening evertight-ening web of graft in which he moves. lie
draws an assignment to investigate the per-'
sonal life of beantifnl Rhonda Fleming, priv private
ate private secretary to Kent Taylor, reform candi candidate
date candidate for Mayor.'

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Your Hoat TONY FRIEDMAN

He has a particular Interest in this as assignment
signment assignment because he knowa Rhonda may be
a means of catapulting him Into the shoes
of the city's crime syndicate boss, Ted De
Corsia. He also knows that Rhonda's red redheaded
headed redheaded sister, Arlene Dahl, is a confirmed
kleptomaniac with a Jail-record and that
Taylor is romantically interested in Rhonda.
The exciting potentialities of this situation
are developed with a maximum of interest
and suspense as the drama unfolds.
"Slightly Scarlet" was directed by Allan
Dwan from s screen play by Robert Blees.
Aim prominent in the cast are Lance Fuller,
Buddy Baer, George E. Stone and Ellen Cor-
by. v
. Contrasted with scenes of violent action
are some torrid romantic episodes in which
Arlene Dahl and Rhonda Fleming vie for
John Payne's affections. Teaming of these
ravishing redhead by Producer Bog e an s
proves to be tut Inspiration. Advt.

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Youthful Chinese
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From Commy China
' TAPEI. Formosa. June 12 (UP)
-A 21-yer-old Chinese swam
seven miles from Communl&fc
China to freedom on the Nation
allst outpost Island of QuemoyJ
the governmetn announcea xo-
oay.
The announcement said Liang
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ptty on the mainland to Quemoy
. yesterday.' He began the swim
with two friends, who never
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They were presumed to have
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WASHINGTON. Juiie 12 (UP)'-
Air Force, plans to spend $3.5 mil
lion landscaping its new academy
and $90,000 to build a home for the
scademy's superintendent have
come under congressional attack.
Rep. Errett P. Scrivnef (R-
Kans.) in testimony released today
by the House Military Appropria Appropriations
tions Appropriations Subcommittee called the pro
posed superintendent s nome a
mansion.
And as for the landscaping, he
complained: "one of the reasons
we were told this should be estab
lished -out there was the natural
beauty and the indigenous pines
and all of that, 1
"How are you going to sell the
taxoavers of this country a $3.5
million landscaping program ne
asked. : "That u a lot of punts,
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Col. Albert E. Stolti, director of
Air Force Academy Construction
Agency, said the landscaping is
aimed at doing "credit to the a a-cademv
cademv a-cademv as a national monument."
"How can you justify a $90,000
home, a mansion is what it is, for
the superintendent of the acade
my?" fenvner asKea.
"Based on the requirement, sir,
for entertaining and the interne
unquestionably will need a substan.
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Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1955 Ford Thua Thua-derbird.
derbird. Thua-derbird. Low mileage, excellent
condition, duty paid. Phona Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-00S8 between 1-9 a.m.
daily except Sunday!.
FOR SALE 1955 Pontile 4 4-rfaor
rfaor 4-rfaor aoan, 8000 milaa. Call af afrit
rit afrit 15-2283. Quartan 13-
2140. -
FOR SALE: Jeep Willya, com completely
pletely completely overhauled. House 1054 1054-D,
D, 1054-D, Margarita.
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
Club Ceupa, 15,000 miles. Leav Leaving
ing Leaving Isthmus. Take boat offer.
Phone 2-1376.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet dump
truck, 4 yards, perfect mechani mechanical
cal mechanical condition, new paint; Dodga
pickup (Army), double trans transmission,
mission, transmission, perfect mechanical con-
ditioa $450; Crane, 5-ton,
twinging, perfect mechanical
condition; "Clark Forklift", 4 4-cylinder,
cylinder, 4-cylinder, 2-ton, perfect mechan mechanical
ical mechanical condition $850; Dodge
truck, 3-ton, 1 8-ft. platform,
perfect mechanical condition
$900; Chevrolet Suburban Sta Station
tion Station Wagon 1953, 4-cylindar,
perfect mechanical : condition,
new paint $850. Autos Eisen Eisen-man,
man, Eisen-man, S.A., beside Coca Cola
Plant. Phona 2-261 6, ,2-4966.
FOR SALE: Pickup truck, ft
ton, 1946 Chevy, excellent run running
ning running shape, good rubber, $360;
Call Balboa 1304 at about 5:30
p.m.
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick 4-dn
sedan, now throughout, dynaflow
and radio. Must sell. Leaving.
Phono 83-2258 duty hours. Bal Bal-boa
boa Bal-boa 1739 after four. $525.
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford Club
Coup, excellent condition,' 32, 32,-000
000 32,-000 miles $475. Call 2-5492.
FOR SALE: 1941 Cadillae, good
tins. 1524-H Gavilan, Rd., 7-3
p.m. Or after 7 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford Six Tu Tudor,
dor, Tudor, rune like new, looks like
Jewel $425. Pan. 2-5298.
FOR SALE: 1946 Hudson, good
transportation, good tiros. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Balboa 2-2401.
FOR SALE: 1949 Buick Sedan Sedan-ette,
ette, Sedan-ette, shiny black finish, finest
radio, seat covers, $375. Pan,
; 2-5298. -W 7
FOR SALE: 1949 Plymouth se se-;
; se-; dan, excellent condition, origin original
al original owner, radio and heater. Will
aacrifica at $385. Phona 85 85-2145.
2145. 85-2145.
daily larger, house than others
within the academy complex;"
Stoltz said.
"I do not know what the folks
around the country would say,'
benvner commented, out I am
inclined to think that some of the
taxpayers in my immediate area,
who have to work as hard as they
do for their money, are going to
feel that is living 'pretty high on
the hog at their expense."
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031, ANCON, CZ.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CZ.
DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clin Clinic
ic Clinic Day and Night service. Op Opposite
posite Opposite Chase) Bank, Telephone
2-3479.
FOR SALE:
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Kodak 828 with
flash and leather case $35 cash.
Phone Panama 3-4406.
Wanted to Buy
WILL BUY: German Police or
Shepherd puppy, mala. Call Paul,
Phono 2-2226.
Princesa lleana,
2 Daughters Cain
Residence In US
WASHINGTON. June 12 (UP)
The Senate passed a bilL today
to grant permanent residence in
tne united states to princess
lleana of Rumania and two of
her daughters.
The measure, which now goes
to the House for action, in ef effect
fect effect would cancel deportation
orders against lleana and her
daughters. .,
The Princess, a daughter of
Queen Marie, is married to a
permanent resident, Dr. Steffan
Issarescu ,and living In Newton,
Massi Four of her children have
been granted permanent resi
dence. !" )- v
The bill would give permanent
residence privileges to lleana, a
daughter Maria lleana, 22, and
Alexandra, 21 a nursing student.
Arab Desert Chief
Arrives In Russia
On Oliiciil Visit
MOSCOW, June 12 (UP) -The
Crown of Prince of the Arab desert
Kingdom of Yemen arrived, here
yesterday for a state visit 'to the
Soviet Union. He is the first high
ranking Arab leader to visit Mos
cow in years.
The Crown Prince Emir Seif
Al-Islam Mohammed Al-Badir, first
in line for the crown of feudal
Yemen, was met by new Foreign
Minister Dimitri T. Sheplov and
reviewed a smart 100-man honor
guard. . ;
The
e visit was considered anoth
er step in Moscow's campaign to
woo the Arab states, it is expect
ed to result in an exchange of am
bassadors and possibly a large
scaled Soviet technical assistance
pact with Yemen.
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modem furnished aMitments, 1,
2 bed roe ass, hot, celd watev
Pkeea Paaaasa 3-4941.
FOR RENT? Furnished and an an-furnished
furnished an-furnished apartments available.
Contact Alhambra Apartments
10th Street. Phone 1386. Cole.
FOR RENT: Apartment 'at "El
Cangraj. first- floor, sanitary
service and gang, comfortable.
Recentfy" constmctod. Phoa 2-
2883.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished a a-:
: a-: paitmant, private entrance.. Love Lovely
ly Lovely residential section. Large liv living
ing living room, 'dining re, two bed- -avomt,
two hatha, maid's quar quarters,
ters, quarters, locked garage. Call; Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-0873 between 12-2.
FOR RENTr furnished modern
apartment, one .and .two bad bad-"
" bad-" rooms, screened, inspected. Call
2-3065. V-V"
FOR RENT: Apartment, nf ur ur-nished,
nished, ur-nished, in pleasant surroundings:
.living-dining room, 2 bedrooms,
Z bathrooms, maid'a roam, ga garage,
rage, garage, laundry facilities, hot wa wa-,
, wa-, tar installation $90. Bella Vista,
r house 32 44th Street. Phono-3
0815. '.-.-s--
' FOR RENT: Furnished, i
od. inspected 2-bedroem apart apart-:
: apart-: ment, hot Water, good location,
t auitabla for two couples $100.
Via Porras 82, Phone Panama 3-
6115.
FOR RENT Apartment $50,
In First Street, Pereil No. 7-113.
FOR RENT Furnished it as),
furnished 1 -bedroom modern a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, garage. 168 Via Beli Beli-sario
sario Beli-sario terras. :"'v "'.".i,
FOR HtHTi Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment in El Csngre jefer 2 months
only, hot and sold water, TV aet.
CaH i-S6M.'TT' tih.
FOR RENT.-f-Best location newly-painted
two bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, large balcony, Bella' Vista.'
:Call 3-0934. v -r, '.-.;.' .';
' FOR RENT. Modern one-bed 1
- room apartment, hot water, stave, ;
t e f r i $ e r star, air-conditioned.
Campo Alsjre. Phono 3-4242;
after t p.m. . v
Rio Deports -Foreign
Students
Followina Riot ;
EIO T)E J ANKTHO, Brazil, June
12 (UP) Political police yes
terday : deported two foreign
students arrested in Sao paiilo
on charges of aitatJon. .i the
recent .student Jlots., :
The students, an Ecuadorlsn
ana an xnaian, were piari'd a-
noard : plane lor ; Montevideo,
Uruguay. ;. ';
, Student rioting ,' flared last
week in Rio De Janeiro. Fao
Fauio, and elsewhere ovf in
creases ln street car and bus
lares... ......
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Gaaaaikk'r Santa 'Ciara Beach
Cottages. Modern coavenieaeoa,
moderate retea. Pben fiambaa
6-441.
. Baldwin furnished apartmento
at Santa Clara teach. Tl
phon Smith, Baba 311.
: FOSTER'S COTTAGES and bra.
beach beese. On mil past Co-
falbea 116.
PHILLIPS Oceoaaio Cattaeoa,
Seat Clara, Baa 435, Balbee
Phoa Psneasa 1-1877. Crash.
Bel i-1673.
CAPT. GEORGB It : HAMIL HAMILTON,
TON, HAMILTON, V. Navy, has arrived in
"the Canal: Zone ton duty as
: assistant chief of 'staff, Com Com-munlcatlons
munlcatlons Com-munlcatlons Division, g-S Hq.
Caribbean Command, Quarry
Heights He was previously
head of the administration
branch, Naval communication.
division,"!. Navy : Department,
Washington. -; Hamilton, -with
his wlfe Tlna and their, -don,
George Jr., n, are Jiving at.
Quarry ? Heignts. Kius yArmy
'V'A. v, Photo);
Hungarian; Athlete
Quits'Bjke Tarn
Asks For Asylurn v
VIENNA; ;Jnne -1? HUP) ';-' A
voun'Hunriatt bicycle r a e e r
has quit hig bike team and asked
for asvlum, Austrian police said
yesterday.-- y,
The refujee waa identified, .as
TliAmti Tuilwio' 90, "of TtnHanost

Liu.member of the Hungarian teanM'6,;

that participated in a weeic end
two-lao b'cyde rs"e.frnm .Buda
pest to Vienna and back.
. ........
Lvdwie failed to aooear- at the
start of Sunday's Vienna-Btie..
Iia TT a.Itm! An.trion nnlin
for asyliim after the pack left for
Budapest.
2. J360.C3
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FOR RENT f Chalet located he
;"Alree del Golf". a Onaa.uilta.
Living room, 2 bedreeme, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, garage and ample space far
playroom. Pheae -office hours
3-0670.
FOR RENTS-bdraoni chalet
furnished, in roaidential aection.
Maid'a room and bathroom, aB
' conveniences. Half block from
Self Club. and bue. step. Phono
.2-2175 r 3-2709. r
FOR RENT 2-bedreem chalet,
maid's room, completely famish-'
-ed. v Inquire Guillermo Olfvor's
office, antnnc to Pasadena.'
. FOR RErsTr-Vacalien ;Mfora,
3 bedrooms, June 1( to. August ;
, J. taH Balhea
WASHINGTdN.v June 12 -fUPW!
The i Supreme Court '.yesterday
sharply restricted the govern government's
ment's government's blanket authority ..to fire
federal '.employes under President
Eisenhower's three-yearild loyalty-security
program. ?
The court, in its- final session
of this term, ruled 6 to 3 that
any employe can be fired for se security
curity security reasons only after there
has been, an official finding that
his job affects ; the national se
curity. - -..v-.:..v
The decision, reversed the 1954
dismissal of food and drug in
spector Kendrick M. Cole by Mrs
Oveta Culp Hobby, then secretary
of health, education and welfare.
Cole was "accused of associating
with persons ."reliably .reported to
be, communists.
The Justice Department declin
ed comment on .the far-reaching
decision. But it was certain to
lead to major revision in the se
curity program, with future fuid
ings restricted at least; tempora
rily to persons in jobs actually de
signated as. sensitive.
Justice John Marshall Harlan
delivered the majority opinion. He
said Mr. Eisenhower, in1 setting up
the loyalty-security .-: program in
1953, exceeded the authority grant
ed to nun by congress in 1950.
The 1950 law gave the .heads of
several Specifically-designated a-
gencies authority to dismiss any
employe regarded' as a threat to
the national i security. It also au authorized
thorized authorized the Presidents to extend
this blanket .'authority, to any, oth.
Bu .Harlan said. the President
erred in failing to distinguish be between
tween between sensitive and non-sensitive
posts in blanketing all federal em employes,
ployes, employes, into the security program.
Dissenting 'were Justices Tom C.
Clark, Stanley F. Seed, and Sher-
man Minton. Clark said fte ma

Loyalty

Security

jority. decision frustrates "theducer and wholesaler of drugs.

(Accumulated)
. ;

Help Wanted

WANTED Spaais speaking
Panamanian, cfieorfuf and reli-,',
eWe with good disposrHon. Ba-
' perience and roforonooa sosjuiradl
Lfv in, cooking,, housekeeping,
. aid baby care for, small- Aamri- t
caa family. House number 27.'
7ib Street, Golf Heights, bo- J
tweea 10 and 2 p.m. r write
Boa 441 Balboav
Position Offered
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
wants raprescntstiva.fef the Ca-
l Zen. Reply to 801,294, An-
( :; -''
WANTED:- Competent- bilin bilingual
gual bilingual fleer salesmen Saltry. and
cemmniien. Aaahr fa
Autos Eisenman, i$. A4 ,;
Xeca-Cola' Plant. '-
ram
clear purpose of Congress: In-enacting
the 1953 'law.
In' adjourinmg, the justices set
next Oct. If or the next session.
In .other major decisions, the
court: wi. u.: 't.i'y:: wV.-'.-v
1. Halted proceedings in a Lou-.
isiana state court in a tidelands
oil 4ispute until the high' court
itself rules on the controversy be between
tween between the. federal government and
the state over control- of the. off
shore submerged, lands.
X Ruled,, 5 to 4, that U.S. mui-

Prog

tary courts have authority to try
dependents of servicemen sad oth other
er other civilians who follow the armed
forces overseas.' The case involved
two service wives convicted -by
courts: martial of murdering

then husbands.. They were Mrs.
Clarice B. Covert, 36, of, Atlanta,
Ga and Mrs. .Dorothy Krueger
Smith, daughter of. retired Gen.
Walter Krueger.. v

3. Threw out, 4 to 3, Jnstire TJe 1

partment charges that E. I. Du-

Pont de Neumours & Co.; has le legally
gally legally monopolized the, cellophane,
market The civil case was, filed
in l947. :.
T.Refused lor 'the' second time
to rule whether a worker may be
properly -fired' under a union shop
agreement if his religion prevents
him from joining a union.
5. Rules unanimously that the
illegitimate son of the late com composer
poser composer George G. Buddy DeSylva is
entitled to share in his father's
royalties under, federal copyright

laws..,.
'-off-!'.-- .r-ifV.
6. Ruled,' : to 3, that price-fix-.
ing Vfalr. trade" agreements .be .between
tween .between a v manufacturer a n a a
wholesaler are illegal if the man manufacturer
ufacturer manufacturer himself is a competing
wholesaler.. The case involved the
McKenson & Robbins Co., a pro-
(bus Bah6
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HOLLYWOOD (NEAV On Onstage,
stage, Onstage, Offstage .and Upstage:
There! fame but not always for

tune in Hollywood. Veteran actor
Louis Calhern left an estate of
only $35,000 and Guy tCibbee diet

in a nome lor needy actors.' A les-

aoAfor today s; movie and TV oieW-

comers Headed -tor stardom v" i

Kate Smith's manager. Ted: Col

hps, .is saying "No'.' again to film
biography ideas for the- warbler.
Jon Hall and gal pal Linda Dansoa
insist it- won't be honeymoon

trip when they hop .to Tahita to

film a telefilm senes. Me s nis
leading lay in the films, follow-up

to Ramar of the Jungle j . An An-nother
nother An-nother adopted child arrives in the

home of Marie Wilson and Bob

: Fallon this summer.
. riAria Raw ka tainad Janaf Blair

hi tho race for Nellie Ferbuth in

the big screen vertien et "outn
Faclfic." Deris' independent film
nmum miv avan loin Rods-era a

Hammerstein, in producing the
film r Tha ?Hilda Crane" cur currently
rently currently in release is a movie nixed
by Susan Hayward at Fox. The
Cannes Award winner will be seen
next in "The Wayward Bus." -nlain
klandu annarenuv

w w ... r i

An Independent film company is
planning a movie titled, "The Tat

tooed monoe.

- Since leaving Sid Caesar's shew
-Jitr contract ends June IS Nan-

He Fabrav has her choice ef TV

movies and night clubs. Says shew

"This seems to be my year I sup.
peso next year I'll starve."
Howie Rosen gave Leo Guild an
idea for a new TV panel show:
. ."Vnii mt celebritiM at the air

port, throw- e hood over their

heads, use mem to a siuaio ana
let them guess what panel show
they're on." ; ;
There's growing interest "in .the
film Industry for selling movie
theater tickets via a "charge it"
Stan ;. Wail of TV producer Irv Irv-ig
ig Irv-ig Brecher about 'the .ordinary
run of comedians." Says he: "If
four minutes go by without a
laugh, be feels he's been cheated."
. "Th Dav Kcll Tame Home."

Just announced a ssovie, has

Democrats Will Question Ike's
'Full-Time Leadership' Butler

840 kcs., Panama Cty
Telephone 2-3066
PRESENTS
j Today, Tuesday, June IX"'',
4:00 Feature Review

4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone

till 3:w
ft-an News

5:35 What's Your Favorite
. (cont'd)
6:00 Allen 'Jackson '. Commen Commentary
tary Commentary 6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Broadway. .In Review, v
6:45 Do It, Yourself
7:00 Interlude For Music
7:15 HOW CHRISTIAN SCI SCIENCE
ENCE SCIENCE HEALS -7:30
VOA Report From U.S."
8:00 World Of Jaaa
8:30 Life With The Lyons
8:00 You Asked For It (re-

, : quests taken by phone

. ... tiu 7:30)

1(1:30 Music From Hotel El Pan
am a .V" .i ,,.
10:45-r-Temple; Of Dreams
11:00 Concert .Under The Stare

12:00-Slgn Off. ,;; ,.'

nothing to: 'do .with "Grace. But I

bet she inspired the wordage.

THE WITNET: Jose Itutbl
about why he prefers piano to vio violin:
lin: violin: 'You can?ts rest glass of

Deer on, ..fiddle." .; ,yt

-NOT IN "THE SCRIPT t EvVfia-

bor bout' turning down offer for

to. many television torfac "Thoro
.is no easier way;. to kill, yourself
invshow busHM1 than with' the
wrong series.".! i
this! '. is Hollywood,- mrs.
JONES:. A .fellow named Larry
Bump worked as. the first-aid man
during .filming, of the cowboy-Indian
chases .in "The Searchers,".
Debbie Reynolds and Eddie
Fisher, are denying printed reports
that they plan, to ankle 'Hollywood
next year .and. live in the east.!
They're even, shopping for a new
home .in Southern California.
,A lot of Hollywood faces are
sunset red over NBC's wordage
about the. hundreds of old movies
oa and headed for television.
"The accumulated product' In
Hollywood's vaults most of it
musty and outdated would hit
TV with the impact of a tidal
wave. The American viewing pub public
lic public would drown in a celluloid sea.
These film interests and financial
traders, if successful, would reap
a mountain of profit from the
molehill of their contribution to the
broadcasting, art" y :
Yup, war has replaced peace be behind
hind behind the ; theater and home
screens. It's live vs. film TV again'
with networks fighting to remain
networks. But as one Holly woods woodsman
man woodsman says : ."Old movies are no
more must; and outdated than old
songs, old friends and old books.
I'd like to see somebody try to
else all the libraries in the United
States;"
Anita Ekberg's parents were
queried in Sweden prior to the
Busty One's marriage to Tony
Steel and they- let it out of the

family bag that their daughter had

failed to ten tnem she was aooui

to tie the mamaee knot or invite

them- o the wedding. irst wpra

they had of the hitching' came

from one of Anita s movieiown gai

friends.

L Tomorrow, Wednesday, Jane IS

6:00 Sign, On Alarm Clock

. Club (requests taken by

phone till 7:00) ,"
7:30 Momlne Salon Concert

8:15 Church In The Wildwood

8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News i .. '
: 15 Sacred Heart-
9:30 As I See It M
10:00 News
10:15 Spins v and Needles .' re

.cjuests -taken by phone

11:00 News
ri:05 Spin8 and

WASHINGTON, June 12 (UP)!
Democratic National Chairman
Paul M. Butler said yesterday that
President Eisenhower should be
allowed to make his seond term
decision "without influence or

pressure from persons outside oft

the family." ; x ; 1

"I think the physical capacity of
a man to do a certain job should

be a decision for him alone," But Butler
ler Butler said in a filmed interview with

United Press Movietone. News,

"Even his attending physicians
can't say what he should be able
to do."
Butler said, the question of the

President's health' will be a -ma-

ior" issue in the presidential elee

Hon camnaien. witn ine werao-i

crats asking whether Mr. Eisen-!

bower has provided "full time

leadershio" and Uken "full-time

resoonsiblitv" for bis tasu..

The ranks of active Democratic

candidates has increased to three
with the decision of Gov. Averell

Harriman of New York to drop
his previous "inactive" role. As

expected, the Hamman campaign
picked up full steam with the end

of tne primaries.

Harriman said Sunday that

Mr. : Eisenhower s illness should

hav nh pffprt on his bid for

second term. As Harriman put u,

the President's ileitis is "the kind

nf IMriA anvone can have.

Harriman alreadv 11 assured OI

90 New-York delegate votes at the

Democratic national convention.

Th next maior move in his cam

naii will come at Denver, next

MairMiii whm ha meets with sup.

norters from 11 western and mid

waafarn italM- ')-!'

Butler ssid- he hsd no idea

opera-

to

whether Mr. Eisenhower's

tion will change his decision

seek a second term. I
"I would certainly think that
when his period of convalescence
it over and he is back at his du

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dens of the presidency," the Dem

ocratic Chairman said,

If the President stays in t h e

race, Butler said, "one of

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hower had conducted the office of I

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if Mr. Eisenhower decided to run tionsl duties of the presidency,

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home" here' yesterday after
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Alvaro, a native of San Luca

in tho tne nf the Italian boot,

worked for such leading Italian
newsnaners as Milan's Corriere

Delia Sera and Turin's La Stam

na Hlr novel and literary

savs translated Into seven lan

guages, won him a literary prize

of the itauan acaaemy m iwu.
Ha became chief editor of

Rome's II Popolo Di Roma after

the fall of Benito Mussouni in
1943, and fled when the Germans
occupied the capital. He was

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TUESDAY, jrXS 12, 13: 1
Tom.. Brewer- Hurls .EigME vGoiiseciitiye.' letoz
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Pattersons
Broken Hand
CI audio Martinez To Make
Main Event Debut Sunday
Coach Dave Ferriss' Tip
Credited With Converting
Red Sox Star Into Winner
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
Worries Moore

FAGS EIGHT

By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, June 12 (UP) Coach Dave Fer Fer-.
. Fer-. riss' tip to slow down his delivery was credited today
with enabling Tom Brewer of the Boston Red Sox to
reach stardom in a big hurry.

Brewer, a 24-year-old' right
Vanner from Wadesboro. N.C.
took the former Bed Sox pitch pitch-ing
ing pitch-ing star's advice and says "it's
Me Die reason ne iw vwm -glittering
9-1 record and a 2.41
earned run average. Brewer
leads the American League In
victories and his eight in a tow
are a season high for tne ma
1nr
nrewer scored his eighth
straight win last night when he
flipped a three-hitter to give
trm Red Sox a 5-1 victory over
the Cleveland Indians. Tne in
dians had won the afternoon
Timtlon of the dav-nizht double
header to extend a Red Sox los losing
ing losing streak to three games.
Only a year ago Brewer had a
2-) record and he wound up the
year at 11-10. So far this season,
ha has hurled 86 Innings and
yielded only 54 hits while pitch pitching
ing pitching six complete games and two
shutouts. Not counting Brewer's
eight straight, the Red Sox' pace
since May 1 is a mere 13-19 so
It's obvious that the young hurl hurl-er
er hurl-er has been primarily responsi responsible
ble responsible for keeping the team In the
race.
Tom was touched for a run on
ft walk and two singles in the
second Inning but allowed only
one more hit the rest of the way.
Jackie Jensen hit a two-run
homer for Boston tn the second
inning and the Sox added three
more runs in the fifth with the
aid of a double by Ted Williams,
Williams had three hits in the
doubleheader to raise his aver
age to .304.
jAI Smith, Chico Carrasquel
and Al Rosen homered for the
Indians In the afternoon game,
enabling Cal McLish to pick op
hit second victory with relief
atg from Ray Narleski, Bob
Porterf'eld lost his fifth deci decision
sion decision for Boston.,
' The Baltimore. Orioles dealt
the. Detrlt Tigers their third
straight set-bacV 5-4. when Bb
Nieman blasted a 430-foot two
Columbus Edges
Toronto As Jets
Grab Third Place
NEW y6RIC, June 12 (UP)
The Columbus Jets, who are
traveling at a Jet-like clip In the
International League these days
vaulted Into third place last
night by edging the Toronto Ma Maple
ple Maple Leafs. 2-1, at Toronto.
It was the Jets' third straight
victory and their sixth triumph
in their last seven games.
Bob Kuzava. the first of three
Columbus pitchers, gained
credit for the victory while Ken
Johnson was the loser. Each
team collected 10 hits, but the
Leafs hurt their chances by
committing two errors.
In the only other Monday
night action, the Montreal Roy Royals
als Royals Scored nine runs in the third
inning and wetn on to whip the
Rlchmod Virginians, 13-8. Billy
Harris picked up his sixth vie
torv for Montreal a1fhmirh 1 Via
needed relief help from SteveJ
uraiy. Jim oates took tne loss,

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run homer In the fifth. Hector

Brown won his third game, tak taking
ing taking over for George Zuverink in
tne eignin. it was one oi me iew
occasions this year that Zuver
ink was Ineffective.
Vic Power drove in three runs
with a homer and a double to
lead the Kansas ity Athletics to
a 6-3 triumph after Carlos pauiat
three-run pinch homer In the
eighth gave tne wasningion
Senators a 4-3 decision in the
opener of their twl-night dou dou-bleheader.
bleheader. dou-bleheader. Alex Kellner pitched
a seven-hitter for his third win
In the second game. Bobby
Shantz was the victim of Paula's
game-winning homer and suf suffered
fered suffered his second defeat.
The Brooklyn Dodgers, mak making
ing making passes like they are abont
to take charge of the National
League race, downed the St.
Louis Cardinals, 8-6, with Duke
Snider hitting two homers and
Don Newcombe gaininr credit
for h:s ninth victory. Ransom
Jackson continued his heavy
hitting with a two-run double
and a single to raise his sea season
son season average to .351. He's .414
s'nee May 29.
The victory was the third
straight and seventh in .nine
games for the world champions
and moved them into fourth
place a game ahead of the Mil
waukee Braves.
The falterinor Braves dropped
their ninth decision In 12 trames
when Stu Miller pitched the
Philadelphia Phillies to a 6-2
triumph. It made Miners career
mark 8-2 against the Braves who
saw towering Gene Conley suf
fer his third loss since returning
to the active list. Granny Ham
ner hit a two-run double and
Stan Lopata stole h&me to high-
iignt the pnuiies' attacK.
YESTERDAY'S STAR-r-Tom
Brewer of the Red Sot, who
won his-eighth slra'ght game
with a 5-1 three-hitter against
the Indians.
Arcaro RideS
i To 1st
U.S. Victory
Former Juan Franco top-,
notcher Mufti, which now rac races
es races in the United States as
Mufti 2nd, yesterday finally
won hls f'rst race since leav leaving
ing leaving this country.
Saddle star Eddie Arcaro
booted home the Chilean-bred
grey colt in the first race at
Belmont Park in New York.
Mufti returned the juicy odds
of $20.20, $10.90, $1.60 across
the board and turned seven
fnrlongs in the fair time of
1:25. '.v"
. Mufti, boasted a sfsmg of
!ght consecutive victories at
Juan Franco when he was
bought by Louis Sommer from
Luis ... Farrngfa late last year
and sent to the U.S.
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By JACK CUDDY v

NEW YORK, June 12-(UP)
Promoter Jim Norrls expected to
have preliminary chats today
with the managers of young
Floyd Patterson and veteran
Archie Moore about a possible
match for. the vacant heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight crown In late September.
Cus D'Amato, Patterson's pi pilot,
lot, pilot, is confident Floyd will be a a-ble
ble a-ble to fight in September al although
though although he has a fractured bone
in his right hand. He suffered
the injury last Friday night
while whipping Tommy (Hurri
cane) Jackson at Mao ison
Square Garden.
New X-rays will be taken to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night or early Thurs Thursday
day Thursday to determine whether the
bone pieces are in position to
knit properly or whether they
must be "pegged" with little
steel bolts by surgery to hold
them in place.
D'Amato insisted today, 'It's
a clean break, and there'll be no
surgery. He'll be able to start
training at Greenwood Lake (N.
Y.) in mid-August, at the latest,
and begin boxing early in Sep September."
tember." September." Dr. Kazuo Yanagisowa, bone
specialist at St. Clare's Hosoltal,
was less optimistic. He said the
first X-rays showed an "angular
fracture" that might require
surgery if the pieces did not re remain
main remain in proper position in the
temporary splint.
Thirty-nine-year-old Moore
light heavyweight champion and
top contender for the vacant
heavyweight title, said. "1 be
lieve Patterson will be able to
fight In September. I had three
hand fractures when I was
young, and the longest took.
eignt weens to neai.'- -l; ... k
Charley Johnston, Moore's
manager, said he hoped young
Floyd could meet Archie in
Seotember because they'll draw
"about $700,009" and Moore
will become the "official sue-,
cessor" to the retired Rocky
Marcbno. i
Both Moore and Johnston em emphasized
phasized emphasized that no other contend contender
er contender could be substituted tor Pat Patterson
terson Patterson for a heavy-title bout.
"And if Patterson can't fight
me, 1'U just have to ask every
commission in. the world to rec recognize
ognize recognize my claims to the heavy
weight championship," Archie
declared.
Cerveza Balboa
Beats Chesterfield
In Basketball Opener
By HERBERT MOISE
Two stalwarts of the Isth
mian basketball family met In
the opener and treated the fans
to a good game. The defending
champions, Chesterfield, fell be before
fore before the determined Cerveza
Balboa quintet, 72-63.
Chesterfield disnlayed cham.
plonship stuff when, with ten
minutes and ten seconds left to
play in the first half, they came
nom benina a 17-4 deficit to tie
the score four minutes later and
go ahead at half time 31 to 24.
However, the 13-nnint margin
melted under the pin-point
shooting of George Sewell and
the masterful playing of Fer
nando Tom, Ernesto Taylor, Ro-
geuo AiKman and Tito Ai dines.
At the beeinnlnsr of both
halves, the champs started Dlav-
lng slowly, scoring their first
points after approximately six
minutes were played. A seven seven-point
point seven-point lead melted In the second
half as Pereza White. Grillo Hoi
ness and Michael March hit the
basket wuh amazing frequency.
Despite a stout-hearted de
fense by Chesterf i e 1 d, the
champs proved to be no match
for the Beermen as they faltered
repeatedly In their attempts for
new goals. They appeared tired
and desperate as the clock tick
ed away valuable minutes and
the Balboa quintet continued to
pile up a commanding lead.
Chesterfield's George Sewell
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RISING YOUNG SADDLE ACE Steadily Improving appren apprentice
tice apprentice rider Amado Credidlo boots home two winners at the Juan
Franco race track. (Top) The youthful jockey slashes postino postino-vich
vich postino-vich with the whip to get' him home first Saturday In a fight fighting
ing fighting finish with Bradomin, on the inside,, and Don Cuto. The
other picture shows Cachafaz nearlng te finish line ahead of
Kadlr after leading most of the way last Sunday.

TROPHY PRESENTATION The Lucky Strike Golf Tourna Tournament's
ment's Tournament's first champion, Dale Bean, receives the beautiful silver
coffee set from George Maklbbin, manager of the Jirm that'
sponsored the tourney. Bean won the championship on a de default
fault default from Herb Mitten who left foe the States and was
unable to play
Dale Bean Wins First
Lucky Strike Tourney

Dale Bean Is Luckv Strike's
first champion, bale won this
title on a default from Doc Mit Mitten
ten Mitten who left for the States on
Friday Tn winnlnw this tltJp
Dale and his pendulum putter
eumiantea such goners as W. n.
Gross, Cal Riggs and Tony Jan-
KUS.'. : :
r.n mnfrt thnf nnla ittnn In.
All VV 1 TV WAS
dicates the type of golf he play played
ed played throughout the tournament.
Against Cal Riggs Dale was one
over par xor n iioies, aiier a tost
ball on No. 1. Many golfers who
mtttnhprt nalp'o fine niaxe nf trnlf
said his pendulum putter had all
we greens aown pai. we an join
In -.nncrrAt.iilnt.incr T)&1 nil hplncr
Lucky Strike's first champion.
ine matcn oi w aay at uam uam-boa
boa uam-boa was the first flight between
Maj. McGowan and Har vey
Beall. This was as good a match
as could be seen, tne iront nine
ended with the Major i lia on
Harvey. ..
Th Viflr' rilnn snto Warwow
come from behind to defeat Mc-
flnwan 9 unci 1 n nm
.. mm ..WMWn ... .IUIL
med it up as fine as anyone
ij it

tuuiu nuw cui yuu oeas par au on nand iried some of the
golf? Harvey came back with an Munyon special Manhattans and
even 35 par while McGowan had'Martinis. So ended the Lueky

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The sernnrt flloht nn,
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nadwlr.k rnm fmm tuihinH
wm me last three hole and go
pn to win one up on. the 19 th
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noie.
The third flltrht. vram r.ln'nrl
v ga-v ww m asu ouu
tuck battle between Bill Rogers
u k. w. inompson wnich saw
Thompson win 1 up. The fourth
flieht WSJ) onnt.her nnvt Kotf
w "w- un.uv
in which H. Toland defeated
ujc Auannc siae a. Carey 3 and
2. The fifth flight was won on a
default hv R. RlllHuon nun T W
- j 1 "1 u in.
Thompson, in the sixth flight
o. muvyitun over u. uourville 6
and 4 and the seventh flight.
was won nv J. rntn nr w t
Jamison 7 and 6V
Presentation of nrWe. ,a'
made at 3:00 p.m. in the Club Clubhouse
house Clubhouse by Lucky strike's George
Makibbin, A large number of
well wishers were on hand tn CPA
the beautiful silver trophies as
wicj wcic piescutea.
A cocktail party' was. held' at
tna aniKf tVtA
uisocuwuun na

Sunday's 10-round 119-pound
feature bout between Battlln'
Byron Cumberbatch and Clau-

dio.Martinei at the Colon Are
na will be particularly impor
tant for Martinez. It will be the
first time that the promising
youngster Is a principal In a
headliner on a boxipg program
since ne oecame a pro last year.
Claud' o, who was born in
Colon 19 years ago, still re resides
sides resides in that city and Is train trained
ed trained and managed by his older,
heavier f iehting brother, light,
weight IsMro, who also serves
as his kid brother's sparrng
partner.
Boxin fans pet a big kick out
of watching th brothers go
through their training paces
with the feloves on. Alth-wgh Isl Isl-dro
dro Isl-dro sometimes roughs up Clau Clau-dio
dio Clau-dio with jolting right and left
combinations, the youngs t e r
can always be seen taking the
nunches courageously and doing
his utmost to land some hard
ones too. --;
Not a few followers of the lo
cal fight game believe that Clau-
dlo is not yet ready lor the ex-
oerlenced, crafty Cumberbatch.
Rut the Martinez boosters insist
that the beatine the Calidonia
scrapper took from Tota Ibarra
March 25,; has done a lot to slow
him down and soften him for
the srame. &?ressive Claudlo.
: Sunday's four-bout program
will be the first Atlantic Side
venture for Xaras Nuevas S.A.,
Panama City promoters. Hun Hundreds
dreds Hundreds of Pacif'e Side fans, who
are expected to travel to Colon
over the coming weekend to
parttoate in annual "June
month" holiday activit'es, will
have the opportunity of taking
in the card. i.
General admission x, for the
boxing show is $1; ringside, S2.
The curtain raises at 7:30.
Distance Hiilinq
Indians Ab R H Po A
Smith rf ........ 4
A Vila 2b ....4
Rosen 2b ......... 3
Wertz lb ......... 4
Ward lb 0
Mele If 4
Busby cf 4
Carrasquel sa 4
Hegan e S
McLish p 1
Narleski p 1
Totals
32 4 4 27 6
Red Sox
Plersall cf 4
Klaus 3b ......... 4
Williams If 3
Vernon lb 4
Jensen rf ........ 4
Lepcio 2b ........ 3
Daley c ......... 3
Buddin s ....... 3
Porter field n ....2
a-Goodman ...... 1
Hurd D 0
b-Gernert 1
Totals
33 1 6 27 8
a Struck out for Porterfield in
7th.
b Struck out for Hurd in Sth.
Indians
Red Sox
210 001 0004
000 001 000-rl
SUMMARY Errors: Jensen
RBI: Smith, Wertz, Carrasquel
Rosen. Klaus. Doubles: Avila
Williams, Klaus, Vernon. Home
runs;. Smith, Carrasauel, Rosen
Left on base: Indians 3, Red Sox
a. Bases on nails: Mcusn 3, Nar Narleski
leski Narleski 4. Porterfield 7. Hurd 1.
Hits off: McLish 5-5 2-3, Narles Narleski
ki Narleski .1-3 13, Porterfield 4-7, Hurd
0-2. Runs and earned runs; Mc
Lish 11, Porterfield 4-4. WP: Mc McLish
Lish McLish (2-2). LP: Porterfield (2-5).
Strike Golf Tournament of 1956.
The tournament was a great
success ana many golfers came
torwara to thank Makibbin,
As has been announced manv
times In the few weeks,, this was
Lucky strike's return to sponsor
ing an Amateur Tournament on
the Isthmus. It is hoped that
Lucky Strike will return early In
1957 for the second tournament
If Lucky Strike decides to do so
many surprises will be in store
for what is hoped to be one of
the biggest attractions on the
Isthmus: x
The tournament committee
wishes to thank all the fine
sportsmen who participated in
the tournament. See you all at
Gamboa again soon for some
practice rounds. -,

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20 .583
20 SU '2
Pittsburgh
St. Louis
Brooklyn
Milwaukee t
New York
Chicago .
Philadelphia
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21
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i37 ay,
.413 8
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27
27
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TODAI'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (N)
Philadelpaia at Milwaukee (N)
New York at Chicago
Brooklyn at St. LouH IK)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Nleht Game)
Brooklyn.,. 100 001 0428 8 0
ou ijouis uui iuu iu.t xi 2
Newcombe (9-4). Labine and
Walker.
Poholskv (3-4).. Kinder and
Sarni.
(Nleht Gamei '.V.
Philadelphia 000 031 2006 1C 0
MiiwauKee uuu iuu iou 2 9 0
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- Leaders
In The Majors
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LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 100 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player and Club ab r h net
Repulski, St L. 33 111 22 42 .378
Long, Pitts. t49 181 37 67 .370
Clemente, Pitts' 40 125 21 45 .360
Boyer; St L 51 204 40 70 .343
Bailey, Clncl. 39 120 19 41 .342
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Maxwul, bi t. 43 29 ; .374
Kuenn. Det 6Uft an r in-?.
I Vernon; Bos, 39 138 22 50 .362
Berra, N Y.. 42 160 33- 56 ..350
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Mantle, Yanks ......... 21
Long, pirates 17
Berra, Yanks 16
Boyer, Cards .14.'
Banks, Cubs 14
Post, Redlega 14
Slevers, Senators 14
RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle' Yanka 52
Boyer, Cards ............ 48 1
Long, Pirates 46
Musial, Cards .......; 42
. Berra, Yanks .... 42
RUNS
Mantle, Yanks 62
Yost, Senators. .......... 40
Boyer, Cafds ti. 40
Blasingame, Cards 38
Dauer, Yanks u 38
HITS
Mantle, Yanks t;..;.;.;v76
Boyer, Cards 70
Kuenn, Tigers ......1.... 68
Long, Pirates ... ....... i 67
Ashburn, Phils ......... 61
Moon, cards .;.;,";....- 61
PITCHING
(Based on 5 Decisions)
Lawrence RedW 117 0 1 nnn
Brewer, Red Sox ; 9 1 500
Pierce, White Sox 8 2 00
Wilson. White Rot yi. a 1 nn
Freeman Redlega .v. 4 1 800
Mtuaiuei, uaras 4 i .aw
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Cleveland at Boston (N)
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Cleveland
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Boston
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(Nicrht r.nm.i t
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Garcia (4-6), Feller and Aver-
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Brewer (9-l) and Daley."
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Grob, Ramos (4-4) intt rnnrfl
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Stone (2-2
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Oak tlill'Gives Hogan, Snead Psychological Lift In The Open

TUESDAY, JTNE 1!, 15S8

WIDE, A7ID2- OPEN

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Al Saarinen Beats Ray Barnes

For Juveriia Medalist Honors

Ma Brown, Landlady Of Champs,

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Quits; lighters Too 'bclilumpy

By JIMMY BRESLIN

NEW YORK (NEA) M Brown
likes ;tion,t
She can't find it in New York
gny more "the fighters go in for
thjs huggin' business" so she is
moving to Glendale, Calif., ;tnd
retirement.
If you have been'' around boxbig
in New York, "Ma" Mrv Rose
Brown is as familiar as Lou
Stillman .or the : Forrest Hotel or

Charley Goldman or any of the

npnnlfi who make ud the business

For 25 years, Mrs. Brown has
heen the landlady of champions at

a three-story brownstone house

th owned at 41 West 91st Street,

a half Mnek from Central Park.

"where the fighters could do their

mail work in the morning.

Starting with Lou Ambers, Rose

Brown has been landlady ana i
substitute mother for Joey Archi Archi-hnlH
hnlH Archi-hnlH Mrtv Servo and Rocky Mar

ciano, plus a raft of others who did
not become champions beacause,
as she puts it, "they didn't tend

10 UTCU VUBU1C30 Kliuuu.

Mn. Brown it 71, but she still

has the pep and sharp tongue to
run the most unique boarding
house in the world. Short hand

with gray hair, she is up at 5 each

moraine. :

But she is giving it np because

today's breed of boxers are,', in
her own delightful Swiss-accented

words: "Too schumpy arouna.

They have no courage. They're all

lazv.like. Thev used to shovel the

mow off the sidewalk for me. Now

tnrv're too lazr for that. How can

thev be boxers when they don't

have any pep to them?"
Ma Brown's house was train

. in camp. in the middle of cramp-

a room there and her clientele

was restricted to boxing peopli
rnuld exoect close supervision.

For example, if a girl would call

First Flight
Paul Moran vs B. Fulton
L. Collett vs M. MUler
J. Ford vs M. Chadwick
R. Thompson vs D. Bean
- Second Flight
3. I. Kincaid ys R. Medinger

R. M. Sullivan vs L. C

er
R. Collins vs P. Graham
W. W. Holt vs T. Spencer

Third Flight
D. Judson vs H. WiUenbrook
V. Ledbetter vt R. H. Rltter
H. Tettenburn vs E. Brown
E. F. Wysockl vs D. Brown
v J Fourth Flight

J. Latham vs H. J. Toland

E. E. Todd vs O. Oilderskeve ground, and that's vastly more ad

vantageous to a golfer than a bail bail-player
player bail-player being in a friendly park.

J. M. Stuart vs L. McLaln

A. Kline vs A. C. Boyett

Fifth Flight
Salterio vs L. P. Best
Badonsky vs J. Hazy
Hoodes va C. R. Peters
Peavley vs T. Melanson
Sixth Flight

. Rote Brown

him up more than once or twice,
Ma would take charge of Incom

ing calls.
"No use of callin up," she

would snap., "fighters have no

time for silly girls like you."

At 5:45 in the dawning, Mrs.

Brown would be on the alert. As

a rule, eight or nine fighters would

be staying with Ma. And if eight
or nine fighters were not up,

dressed and on their way to Cen.

tral Park for road work by this

hour, she swung into action.
"Get up," she'd yell with a per persistent
sistent persistent ran on the door. "How you

can be fighter if you don't do your

road work?
"That Joe Baksi," she sighs.
"Nice boy, but he wouldn't get up.

- "You take Rocky Marciano or

Lou Ambers or those type of fel

'ows. I knew they would be good

fighters the day tney came here.

They had their mind on careers

not siuv Eirls. borne of t n e s

fiehters used to come in here.

first time in New York, and they

would ask' me, 'Where s dance

you,' I'd tell them."

Charley Goldman, the littl

gnome swho' trained most of those

living there, hat rented a room

from Airs. Brown tor a years,

"She gave me a room right near
the door so I could check on what

time the fighters came in at
night," Charley says. "She got to
be like a trainer herself. She'd

bawl the living daylights out of a
fighter if he even got too much
mail from a girl or if he wore
fancy ties. She would yell at him
that he was too Interested in catch

ing a girl s eye instead of ngni.
ing."
Fr a woman who lived around

fighters, you'd expect Ma to be a

steady ringside customer.
"But I've never seen a fight In
person," she says. "I always lis listen
ten listen on radio and now I watch on
television. I don't have to see

them. I could tell right here wheth whether
er whether he'd be good or not.

"That's why these boys today

are not good. They don't even
know how to stand up straight

They are always schlumpy a-

round. There was more ligmers
in the old days."

"She likes action." Charley

Goldman chuckles. "Maybe that's

why she s going to California. May Maybe
be Maybe some of them Hollywood guys

got action."

Al Saarinen and Hay Barnes

battled through 18 holes nt the
Summit Hills Golf Club yester-J

day in the special piay-ou ri
the medalist prize with the old
veteran beating Barnes by twb
strokes, 78 against Barnes 78.
Al is always the tough man to

beat and yesterday he played
his usual steady game while Ray

the local greens. In the ions nm
It was the short putts he missed
that kept hlra from tying and
possibly beating AL Barnes had
better luck in his mutch against
Chaplain Donovan winning on
the 17th hole 3 and 1.
Al also Dlaved his match with

Tommy Jacks Sunday and bare

ly squeezed vf on tne zisi noie.
jacks had Saarinen one" down

anna into the ism noie ana

loused up a short chip to let Al
win with a par and even the
match. Again on the 19th hole
jacks had a cinch par wHile Al
wax 1.1 feet from the nln but it

was not Tommy's day as Al

knocked It in for a halve and

went on to win with a par on
the 21t- .

Another old timer w lsmnuan

tournaments, Vince Lombrola.
barely beat young Sandy Hinkle

coin all the way w me mm

irroen hefore winning. Sandy.

regular on ine.uuKo umvcmiw
freshman team, was never be

hind until he three putted the

15th and 18th holes to mase ine
match even and set the stage

for Lombroia's winranaj par on
the 18th hole. It waa a bad day
for the Hinkles as Papa Jim al also
so also lost his match to Jim Riley 2
and 1. ;
in the ladies division the three

potential winners and favorites,
Cleo Burns, Pearl Trim, and Ka Katie
tie Katie Call experienced little trouble
In winning their matches. All in
all it was a fine week-end for

tolf at Summit with some win

nlng and some losing, some oi
the better scores were shot In

th lower flights. "

Next week's o ti t t a ndlng
matches will find Ray Barhes a.-

salnst'Cal Rlggs, Jim Riley a-. ",.....'. v
gainst Bill Gross, J Vlnce Lom-I. NASHVILLE (NEA) Vandcr-

broia against a wuen Jim Mac. ;," iimg ipracuce
Gowan. and Al Saarinen against Wlh ?"'y one quarterback of any

By HARRY GRAYSON
ROCHESTER, N. Y. (NEA)

As great as they were, Ben

Hogan and Samuel Jackson Snead
are at an age 44 where they can

use a psychological or any outer

type of edge in violent competi competition.
tion. competition.

There is little question but that
the best golfers of the last 20 years
have something In the way of a

mental bulge in the 56th United
States Open Championship to be

decided over the East Course of

the Oak Hill Country Club in Ro

chester. June 14-16.

Sam Snead. vou see. won the

eleven- p.ochester Open over this layout

in 1941 with 277. A year, later.

Hogan made his first important

score here taking the same title

Master Your Game...
Nearer The Higher Foot

- By JACKIE BURKS
Misttr of the Matters
Written, for NEA Service
"With either a downhill or uphill
lie, play the ball nearer the high higher
er higher foot
This allows you to hit the ball
before hitting the ground on a

downhill like and missing it before

hitting the ground on an uphill lie

A downhill lie increase the

chancesof slicing by forcing you.

with 278. obtaining a fine running for comfort s sake, into an open

start with 64 ia the opening .stance. Allow for it by aiming to

round, featured by nine one putt

greens.

The course has been lengthened

and added to, of course, but basi

cally it is similar to the one the

old timers know so well. Hogan

i and the Slammer are on familiar

the left of the target.

A downhill lie decreases the
loft of the club, giving distance

J. Call vs G. Hayter
J. E. Slbauste vs C. Waple
T. Johnson vs J. T. Roby
E. Orr vs C, M. Castaneda.
Women's Championship Fl'gbi
C. Burns vs S. Carpenter
P. Trim vs C. McCue
K. E. Call vs A. Todd
; C. Bishop vs L. Knuth
First Flight
M. Taylor vs Hedley
B. Hayter vs L. Jones
E. Mathleson vs S. P. Chapln
B. Dllfer vs L. Johnson

Record Proves
Vandy's Orr Is
No Brittle Back

A rectrd of 1,934 golfers entered
the Open. One hundred and 34 pro

fessionals and 28 amateurs, a total
of 162, either .qualified for the
big show or were automatically

qualified. The 50 lowest and any

tying for the 50th place after
holes will continue through the fi

nal 36 holes.

Hoean and Snead know that

they have had it, are past their
peaks. But Hogan, the perfection

ist and fighter, has a ourning am

bition to win his fifth champion

ship and thus outstrip the immor

tal Bobby Jones.

Over A Dollar,

Slips On Peele

Stepped

Ml

NEW YORK (NEA) For

two years, Charley Goldman cor-

responded with a Louisiana col college,
lege, college, heavyweight. -.

The fighter wrote Goldman last
year, said he was graduating and
would like to come to New York

ana stan nis professional, career

The Ooen has become a mentrl under Goldman and Al Weill.

block to Snead. All agree that the "Hes ready to come up," Gold Gold-incredible
incredible Gold-incredible hill-billy is five Opei man told Weill.

Championships better than his
record, which is none.' He blew
that many when he had them1
wrapped and ready for delivery.
Like a pull right-hand power hil hil-ter
ter hil-ter with the Red Sox at Fenway
Park, this could be hi? year. It's
perhaps now or never again for
Hogan and Snead.

"Send him the money and bring
him here," Weill answered, then

got busy with something else.

you wouldn t ordinarily obtain'
from a level stance. Allow for this:

by using less club.
Being played from a point
where the clubface is beginning to t
close, an uphill lie increases thj.v
chances of hooking. Allow for thi
by aiming to the right of the tar--
get. An unhill lie increases the.i,
loft of the club, forv which you-
must allow by using more cluj)

uiau uruuiaruy. , . -, f"7

When the ball is below the feel;

you are, in eneci, iacea wun a

downhill lie. Equal allowances

must be made. When the ball is
above the feet, it must be played

for what it is an uphill lie,

Of course, trouble doesn t al always
ways always bob up in such obvious forms

a downhill lie. '
More often than not, it shows up
just as realistically in the mind.'

Georee Riley.

The remaining
as follows:

matches are

Pairings For Second Round
Men's Championship Flight
R. Barnes vs J. Riss
yr.K R. cross vs Jim Riley

A. saarinen vs u. Kuey

S. McGowan vs V. Lombrola prboe of this ttoppi

crs of the tournament trail insist
that the Open winner can be pick picked
ed picked from a group of less than 25.
For the first time since Bobby

Locke, the South African, invad invaded
ed invaded this country, there is something

experience. - in the way of a foreign threats re-

But Coach Art Gucpe was n't ter Thomson is fresh from winning

worried. The back is Don Orr. who the $70,000 Texas International in

has been virtually indestructible a play-off with Gene Littler and

throughout his Jife7t)rr, who ran Dr. Cary Middlecoff after 'tying

the Gator Bowl champions in 1955, the Preston Hollow Country Uub

was -hit 4v ypolio wheh. 13. tad a course record' in Dallas" With" 63.

concussionas a freshman and al Although he persevered for sev,

dislocated eioow m tins passing! erai years, mis was tne 20-year

arnr against Tennessee last fall; old Thomsons first victory oi any

. "Who was going to give me the
money back?" Charley asked.
"It's fine for me to lay out every

thing. But I would have gotten no-

thins in return. So I droODed it."

Datpltt what Jack fleck pulled The collegian's name is" Crowe

on the Olympic Club course ociPeele, the big, undefeated KO

san Francisco a year ago, iohow. Dumber, lie has won seven In a

row by knockouts and his man

ager, Lou Viscusi, expects him to

go to the top.

- ELECTRICAL SURGE

SCHENECTADY. N.Y. (UP)
Future power demands of the
nation's electric utilities have re

sulted in a backlog of orders for

steam turbine-generator units

General Electric Co., units which
will be able to produce more than
19,000,000 kilowatts are scheduled
for shipment as far ahead as 1959.

NEXT: If you have a ntmeils,

make a positive effort to rid your
If of It.

while winning the British, Austra

lian and New Zealand H)pens and

the News of the World (British

PGA) like' breaking sticks.

That i golf for you, and' this Is

another U.S. Open, w here the
champion s must make all' the

ShotSr ,aw-' ir "

Today Encanto .25 .?5j

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Ralph Richardson, In
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"FIVE"
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By BEANS REARDON
24 Years in Natienel League
VYrhtea for NEA Servke

QUESTION: Lou Boudreau put
en a special shift when Mickey
Mantle came to" bat. He kept it
for the sequence of pitches to Man Mantle.
tle. Mantle. Would it be legal for Boudrear
to change his alignment after
each pitch? Bob Ross.
,
Answer: Yet. The pitcher and

the catcher are the only two i
playtrt whe mutt remain in aet
' petit lent.
Q. In how many World Series
bave the batting champions from
both leagues opposed each other?
A. Three timet In 190?, Ty
Cobb, Tigertr and Henut Wag.
nt, Pirates;, 131, Al Simment,
Athlitlct, end Chick, Haley,
Cardianlt; Bobby Avlla, Indians,
and Willie Mayt, Giantt, 1954.
Q. What was Ty Cobb's, life

time batting average against the

great Walter Johnson?
-A. The Big Train pitchH 47
cemplete garnet egaintt ebb,
"held" the man with a lifetime
BA of .347 "down" to .335 (12
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HIS HAT'S IN New York Governor Averell Harrlman waved
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candidate for the Democratic Party nomination for President
Harrlman addressing a convention of delegates of the AFL-CIO
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Greek Churchman
From Britain 7n

Secretly Deported
Public Interest'

LONDON. June 12 (UP) -Scot

land Yard deported the London
bead of the Greek Orthodox Church
early today in its first major
crackdown on Cypriot anti-British
activity in Britain. ?
Police agents seized Archiman Archimandrite
drite Archimandrite (Abbot) KiilinikM Mache
riotis in his downtown rectory
late yesterday and put him a a-board
board a-board a plane for Athens short shortly
ly shortly after midnight.
No announcement was made of
Macheriotis' deportation until his
plane had reached Athens. The
news then came first from the
Greek embassy here. It informed
the London representative of Cy Cyprus
prus Cyprus ethnarchy organization, head headed
ed headed by the exiled Archbishop Maka Maka-rios.
rios. Maka-rios. The representative issued a
formal protest to newspapers.
The Home Office and the Col Colonial
onial Colonial Office later confirmed the
deportation.
The Home Office said Macheri

otis is a Greek national and that

he was ousted from Britain

the public interest."
, Archbishop Makarios, leader of

Democrats May Pick Young Keynoter

the pro-Greek movement on Cy Cyprus,
prus, Cyprus, and three other church churchmen
men churchmen were exiled from Cyprus to
the Seychelles Island in the In Indian
dian Indian Ocean last March. But the
ouster of Macheriotis Was the
first deportation from Britain it itself.
self. itself. It followed a Scotland Yard se security
curity security crackdown based on reports
that Greek Cypriots in London
might try to seek revenge against
the Royal family or the cabinet
for the hanging of two Cypriot gun gunmen
men gunmen last May 10.
Another Cypriot was sentenced
to death in Nicosia todays
Macheriotis' departure coincided
with the arrival in London of Nicos
Kranidiotis, lay secretary of the
Cyprus ethnarchy and Makarios'
chief political adviser.
- The exiled Macheriotis was reli religious
gious religious head of the Greek Orthodox
community in downtown London.
The rank of archimandrite is rough
ly equivalent to that of abbot in

'in the Western churches right be

low the rank of bishop.

The Home umce refused to
specify why Macheriotis was de deported
ported deported other than to say it was
in the-public Interest

; CHICAGO, June 12 (UP)-Dem.

ocrats debated today whether to
pick a member of their younger

set to keynote their 1956 national

convention.

National chairman Paul M. But Butler
ler Butler called the party's executive

and convention arrangements

committees into session to talk a-

bout selection of a keynoter and to
receive reports on planning' for the
convention which opens here Aug.
13. AV;V,,,::,,,.,
Butler said he. would' hold a news

conference later and announce the
name of the keynoter if a deci

sion was reached by then. There
was a chance the selection might
be put off a week or two. .;
Those mentioned prominently in-
. eluded three" "younger genera,
tion" Democrats Sen. Jonn F.

Kennedy of Massachusetts, Gov.
Frank G. Clement of Tennessee,
and Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey Jr.
of Minnesota. Kennedy is 39, Cle Clement
ment Clement 36 and Humphrey 45.
Butler, asked whether the three

possibilities could be considered

backers of Adlai E. Stevenson for

the Presidential nomination, said
"almost anybody who is chosen
could be identified with tome
candidate."

There has been talk of making

former President Truman the key keynoter.
noter. keynoter. But Butler said Mr. Truman
will address the convention "in his

own right as a former President,
not as the keynoter."

Butler also commented that

"health will be an issue in the
Presidential election campaign
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He said he still believes that

President Eisenhower, now recu
Derating from an abdominal oper

ation, will eventually decide a-

gainst running for a second term

Republican National Chairman

Leonard W. Hall meanwhile

scheduled a meeting for June 22

to complete plans for the GOP
1956 national convention.

The convention is scheduled to
open in the San Francisco Cow

Palace on -Aug. 20.
Hall said the arrangements com

mittee will approve selection of

the keynote speaker, the tempora

rv and permanent chairmen and

other convention officials,

Its recommendations, he said,

will be made to the national com

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about Aug. 15.

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Mrs. Mabel Cave
Dies In Coco
Solo Hospital
Mrs. Mabel A. Cave, wife

Paul Cave, of Oatun, died early

this morning In Coco Solo Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. She was 47 years old.
Born in Buckeye, west Virgi

nia, Mrs. cave came to the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone with her husband in
1S39 and from 1042 to 1944

worked with the Canal organ!
zation as a saleswoman.

For short periods between 194S
to 1947 she was employed by the
Health Bureau as a substitute

nurse.

Surviving her Is her husband

wno is employed as a lock opera opera-tor
tor opera-tor machinist at Qatun Locks
Funeral services will be an
nounced later. ...

Scotland Yard also refused com comment.
ment. comment. Its official spokesman specifical specifically
ly specifically declined commenron questions
whether- Macheriotis' deportation
was linked in any way with the
increased hodveuard piven last

month to Prime Minister Sir An- the House of Commons.

thony Eden and to theDuke of E E-dinburgh,
dinburgh, E-dinburgh, Queen Elizabeth's hus husband.
band. husband. -'
The government revealed in Par Parliament
liament Parliament two weeks ago that "a

number of .Cypriots" had been

questioned in London on May 9 and
10, shortly before armed guards
went on duty with cabinet ministers
and members of the Royal fami family.
ly. family. .-.
It was on May 10 that the two
Cypriot gunmen were hanged,
with consequent threats of revenge
by underground groups on Cyprus.
Specifically singled out for assas assassination
sination assassination was Sir John Harding, the
British governor on Cyprus.
Under British law the Home
Office can summarily deport a a-ny
ny a-ny alien, regardless of nationali nationality.
ty. nationality. Court proceedings are not
necessary. The signature ef heme
secretary SwUym Lloyd-George
is sufficient.

frS01!' lm 12 WH" The defense oudet f0' e
Uen. Curtis E. LeMay urged Con- uig fiscal year provides about 5
gress yesterday to give the Air billion dollars for SAC out of al-
fore. .an extra $3,800,000,000 to most 17 billion dollars m request-
increase B-52 jet bomber produc ed Air Force appropriations.
tion and otherwise expand his Stra-, Adoption of LeMay's proposal
tegic Air Command. ; would oppose President EU.

i

After hearinf LcMavi urrt

testimony, Chairman Dennis Cha
ves (D-N.M.) ef the Senate Mili Military
tary Military Appropriations subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee said there is a "fair" chance

nis rtautst will be approved.

hower's recommendations and

probably scuttle hopes for ba balancing
lancing balancing the budget.
Senate hearings on the budget
are expected to bring a showdown

in me tong-stanaing argument ov-

As far, as I am concerned. I r wh.iho. tk.

would give it .11 to them, he letting the United States fall be-.-reta2;
,t hind Russia in air superiority.
Sen. John Stpnnic Tl.Mise in.l rk..... :j u "... r.I

, .:. ----ft i vuarca miu uie suocomminee wm
other subcommittee member, said .begin work on it late this week or ;
he would "favor extending the'.ariu .. j

Cypriot Gunman Sentenced To Hang
Even Though His Bullets Missed

' NICOSIA, Cyprus, June 12 (UP)
A British court today sentenced
a Greek Cypriot to hang for shoot shooting
ing shooting at two men even though his
bullets missed. 1 z

"It is true that neither man was
injured, but this was due not to
your good intentions but to your
bad shooting," the judge said to

the accused in passing the death
sentence. 'v
The man condemned today was

Steilos Mavromatis, 23, a Cypriot
clerk employed in Nicosia by the

Royal Air Force.

Britain met a storm of protest

recently when it banged two Cy Cypriot
priot Cypriot youths who had shot men.

The new death sentence on the Cy Cypriot
priot Cypriot whose bullets missed was ex

pected to set on lurious ureea pro protests.
tests. protests. Mavromatln was convicted of o o-pening
pening o-pening pistol fire along with two
other Cypriots on March 15 with
the intention of killing two RAF
men who were pedalling past on
bicycles.
The airmen, Lawrence Smith
and Norman Kitchen, testified
they turned their bicycles around
and chased their attackers who al also
so also leaped on bicycles. The RAF
men opened pistol fire during the
bicycle chase.
Mr. Justice Shaw of Nicosia spe special
cial special Court told Mavromatis, 'I feel
I could not be doing my duty in
this situation if I did not sentence
you to the maximum" the death
sentence, v

Mavromatis denied he had fired

at the airmen and claimed his

two companions did all the shoot shooting.
ing. shooting. The other two men will be

sentenced later. 'r ... ,.,;

A 15-year-old Greek Cypriot

scnooibey- charged with carrying

submachinegun was committed to

day for trial.

But Lloyd-George will face Par
liamentarv questions on today')

case.. Socialist Philip Noel-Baker,

who served as a go-etween dur during
ing during the British negotiations' with
Archbishop Makarios, introduced
an immediate protest motion into

In its initial announcement, the

Greek embassy said the Archi Archimandrite
mandrite Archimandrite Macheriotis was arrested
at his home yesterday' and subse

quently disappeared.

Liifle League

Boys 11, Girls 4

Fifteen babies were born In

Coco Solo Hospital during tne
week ending at midnight June
6, according to the regular hos hospital
pital hospital report During the same

period iuu pauenis were umu-

ted and 84 were discharged.

Babies were born to the fol

lowing American' citizens: AE-2

and Mrs. Raymond Nace, Jr., of

Coco Sollto, son; Sp-3 and Mrs.
Herminlo Quiles, of Coco Solito,
daughter; MSgt. and Mrs. Er Ernesto'
nesto' Ernesto' Rivera, of Coco Sollto,
Ickes, of Coco Solito, son; AD-1
and Mrs. David Hughes, of Coco
Solito. son;' and Pfc. and Mrs.

Joe A. Hall, of Coco Solito, son.

Babies were born to the fol

lowing parents of Panamanian
nationality: Mr. and Mrs. Ru Rudolph
dolph Rudolph Pimento, of Colon, daugh

ter; Mr. and Mrs. ran stew-

art, of Rainbow City, son;, Mr.

Rainbow City, son; Mr. and Mrs.
Aurelio Renteria, of Limon,
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Felix

Osavio, of Colon, son; Mr. and

Mrs. Alexander Hudson, of Co Colon,
lon, Colon, son; Mr. and Mrs. George
Simmons, of Colon, son; Mr. and
Mrs. Luis Machado, of Colon,
son; and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
Wilson, of Colon, daughter.

t It Is getting to be olmost impos impos-t
t impos-t slble to support the government
( end yourself on the some income.

J,.

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BUFFALO. N.Y. (UP1 AI

legheny Airlines has worked out

an agreement with Air 1 France

national French airline, to permit

trench girls to work a year with

the American line as training for

eventual duty on Air France

international routes. An AUeghenv

spokesman said the program will
begin in the summer.

program some, but not that far

Sen. A. Willis Robertson D-Va.)
asked if h ici-paH with TjMv

that B-52 production should be step
oed uo. said "I thoueht that be

fore I heard him." ;

Chavez, who briefed reporters on

LeMav hi warnrd "that

der present plans the Soviets will ,1

nave twice as many long-range
bombers as the United States by
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ik. .ioj a,. ...a t r complete surprise attack.

u.v .n L The administration recently

May, an. expert "on long-range J?JTTaV e I f t
bombing, recommended j that bis,1 2 "Ruction to reach

command be given about ml- 7-,Z.Tn "Zu a i
lion dollars a year for the. next,1 m.ea.r.lv ,u ,r4I;
four to live vears.- LTh,s .thfr Plane. 0,81 the Air

RcbertM. Vilfcrd
Diox In Houston

After Long Illness

Pnhrt. M Wllfnrrf fnrmerlv

Assistant to the Master of Trans Transportation,
portation, Transportation, Railroad Division,
Hierl VTnnrim ftrnnnn In Hnns.

ton, Texas, after a long Illness,

according to news receives Dy
relatives on the Isthmus. He was
62 years old.' ; -v--.--;.

Mr. Wllford retired from the
Canal service In 1954 because of
111 health. He had more than 26
years of government service. He
remained on the Isthmus for a a-bout
bout a-bout a year and for the past
eight months has been living in
Houston. t
''f
A native of Oakland, Kentuc Kentucky,
ky, Kentucky, he came to the canal 7-o.ne.
In 1919 fronu Bocas del Toro
where he had been working as
a conductor with the United
Fruit company freight service.,
Kis first lob with the Canal was
a clerk with the Marine Division
h Cristobal. a -j v
He left ; the Canal service In
1920 to become a member of a
Colon business firm. When that
company was dissolved two
years later, he went back to
work with the Canal as an ac accounting
counting accounting clerk In Balboa. He lat later
er later worked with the Supply De

partment and joined the Trans-)

Donation Division in 1940. He

Force designed for Intercontinental

nyarogen warfare i to supplement
shorter-range air strikes from its
elobal rinir of hasps. .

Chavez said the additional mon money
ey money sought by LeMay would permit
a "substantial acceleration" of B-
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also would be used for other air aircraft
craft aircraft procurement and for SAC
base construction and personnel.

Former Conductor
Oi Panama Railroad

Dies In Arkansas

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' Thomas J. Shirley, former sen-
lor conductor for the Panama
Railroad, died June S In Hot
Springs, Arkansas, according to
news received on the Isthmus.
He was 71 years old.
A native of Walston, Penna., Penna.,-Mr.
Mr. Penna.,-Mr. Shirley came to the Isthmus
in 1910 and worked as a conduc conductor
tor conductor with the Fortification Divi

sion. He was transferred to the
Panama Railroad In 1911 and
except for four years with the
Motor Transportation. Division,
spent most of his 33 years of
government service wita tne
Panama Railroad.
One of the highlights of Mr.
Shirley's railroad career cam
in 1936 when he was conductor
forthe special train which car carried
ried carried President Franklin D.
Roosevelt across the Isthmus.
For a time he was conductor on
one of the Panama Railroad
motor cars.

; After his retirement, from Ca Canal
nal Canal service In 1947, Mr. and Mrs.

was promoted to Assistant to the Shirley made their home In Hot
Master of Transportation in' Springs, Arkansas.
1942. which uosition he held uot Surviving him are his wif

to the time of his retirement

- Surviving him Is his son. Rob Robert
ert Robert M. Wllford, Jr., who ws em employed
ployed employed by the Canal organization
until recently and who is now
living in Houston.
Plans are being made to bring

the remains to the Isthmus for

and a daughter, Mrs.' Frederick

W. Holmberjf who resides in Lot
Rlos.

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