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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Subvay Motormen Suspended

For Stranding 1,000,000
NEW YORK, June 15 (UP) The Transit Authority suspended 27 subway motor-'
men today and said mors than 150 mors fact suspension and possible dismissal for
. a sudden work stoppage that shut subway service for more than a million riders in the
hottest evening rush hour of the year. .. s ' ;
Twenty-five of those immediately suspended were officers of the striking unionj
which is still seeking recognition at bargaining unit
The other two were identified by the TA.as the motormen who first refused to
run their trains. ' v .

They had declined to work, the
TA said, when supervisors appear
ed to be trained in their jobs in
. anticipation of a strike threatened
for next week. i
Thomas J. McLernon, general
manager of (he TA, said charges
would be served on the suspended
men today and hearings will be
held Monday.
The charges state the men "did
precipitate an irresponsible action
Which disrupted the entire transit
system and that this caused undue
hardship and inconvenience to tran
sit riders.
' However, the transit authority
reported that subway service was
: "100 per cent on schedule" this
morning for the city's 4,500,000
riders from Brooklyn, the Bronx
end Queens. :
Transit officials indicated they!
expected no further work stoppages
despite union reports that the mot
ormen would strike again u ine
suspensions were not lifted.
But Frank Sasso, treasurer of
the Motormen's Benevolent Associ
ation, denied knowledge of any u
nion ultimatum, y.v-e
"No such ultimatum was madei
by us,?" Sasso said.' t A 7f :; ;
Theodore Loos, president of the
MBA, said he is instructing motor motor-men
men motor-men to go back to their jobs, J'no
matter what they see .or hear."
1
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ncy:l CD ?z:n
AMSTERDAM. June' 15 fUP)
The Dutch government took the
unprecedented step last night of
denying rumors of a divorce be between
tween between Queen Juliana and Prince
Bernhard because of the Queen's
trust in a faith healer, v
.And the faith healer, Miss Gret
Hofmans, a 61-year-old spinster,
told the United Press today she
exercised no influence over the
Queen and that her sole mission
jn life was to dedicate people to
Christ.
The government's-official denial
broke a strict government ruio
that no statements are made con concerning
cerning concerning the personal affairs of the
roval family. Dutch newspapers
already bad departed from tradi
tion by reprinting the toreign ru rumors
mors rumors about the queen.
- Both ; developments indicated
that the reports of a rift between!
yueen juiiana ana rrincc our
hard had deeply shocked the na
tinn. v .-.
A Dutch government spokesman
said the government was issuing
the denial "notwithstanding the sil silliness
liness silliness of these rumors" that the
Queen was contemplating a di
vorce The brief statement was
telephones to correspondents
here: -'.( ..-
"A eovernment spokesman em
nhaticallv denies anv rumors
whictf have been circulating in the
foreign press relating to divorce
proceedings having been planned
or inuiaiea.
' 4
i v
TESTIFIES Testifying' be before
fore before the Senate Internal Se Security
curity Security subcommittee in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, refugee Soviet airman
peter Piragov. who fled Jals
homeland la 1949, challenges
Russian propagandists to prove
they did not kill his pilot, An An-atoiy
atoiy An-atoiy Borzoc, after Borzov re re-turned
turned re-turned to Russia,

' Abnormally heavy traffic mov moved
ed moved slowly through Manh a 1 1 a n
streets this morning. Many sub subway
way subway riders used their own autos
tor fear of resumption of the wild wildcat
cat wildcat walkout which stranded more
than 1,000,000 riders during yes yesterday's
terday's yesterday's evening rush hours.
The strike leaders were suspend suspended
ed suspended despite threats to walkout again

unless amnesty was granted to all
the 300 motor-men who took part
in the nine-hour work stoppage.
Transit Authority chairman
Charles L. Patterson announced
that the authority -will take "dis
ciplinary action against those who
refused to work yesterday and "in "instigators"
stigators" "instigators" will be suspended today.
Patterson said each striker's case
will be handled "individually and
with throughness.'
Let 'em strike," Patterson said
when newsman reminded the
Sinpr J:ns Frcnisn
Wins Divcrce Frcm
Pi!:MI'j5b::J Bum
LAS VEGAS, Nev., June 15 (UP)
Singer Jane Froman won a
divorce yesterday from airline pilot
John Curtis Burn who in 1943 sav saved
ed saved her life in the crash of a trans transatlantic
atlantic transatlantic airliner,", :
Miss Froman, of the stage, radio
si :i f -I'ision, accused Burn of de-
, ieie v us lij cuiimiun..y pro pro-I
I pro-I ay and that each would retain
personal holdings. :
Miss Froman and Bunt were
married in 1948. He had been fly-
ins for PanAmerican out of Florida
but transferred to New York to be
closer to his wife. ? i
, Friends of the coupler blemed
the broikup of their marriage on
the fact that their career kept
them apart for long periods of
time Thev had no children.
Miss Froman' came here quietly
and avoided publicity while estab
lishing residence for the decree.
The singer and Burn were thrown
into the water together when the
PanAmerican Clipper taking her to
Euroce to entertain troops crashed
off Lisbon, Portugal, in the Tegus
river.,: -t t .
For about an hour they fought
khock and the I numbness of icy
water toeether untu a launcn pick
ed them up. Miss Froman. had Buf Buffered
fered Buffered multiple and compound
fractures of her less and arm.
Burn had two fractured vertebrae
and a fractured skul.
Miss Froman underwent 25 op
erations over a period of six years
before, she was able to walk With-
i out crutches.
23 Jews Expelled
Cy HcrcccoOn:;
Security Grounds
CASABLANCA, June 15 (UP)
Morocco today expelled 23 Jews on
the grounds they endangered pub
lic security by inciting jews to
migrate to Israel.
The- 23 were members of the
American Join Jewish Aid Com
mitteo and of the Israeli "Cadi-
ma" Society. They were given
i?ht dava to leave.
The expulsion orders followed
close behind a statement by Abdul Abdullah
lah Abdullah Ibrahim, Moroccan secretary.
of state for information, wno De Declared
clared Declared last night that the govern government
ment government would not restrict he emi
gration Jews "on 1 an individual
basis." -
Bad Leg Nets Chef
72 Bottles Of.
Government Booze
LONDON, June 15 (UP) Brit British
ish British officials .ordered an invMtiira.
tion.todav to discover whv a 41.
year-old chef was issued 72 bot-
ues of government-owned whiskey
as meuicine lor a oaa leg.
Aloitr Gradek. ttA nn a
drunkenness charge told a mag magistrate
istrate magistrate vesterdav he wan civpn ir
cases of the whiskey by the Mi
nistry ox National insurance while
he was a hospital patient
"I had nearly a bottle a day,"
Gradek said. "My leg was bad."
Gradek- told Magistrate Harold
Sturge he was advised by a doc doctor
tor doctor to drink snirits braus ha had
Door circulation. When he men
tioned the 72 bottles, the, magis-
raw saia:
''We won't inauire ihtn the nam
of your doctors." -,,

official of the union's strike throat
at the conference of Mayor Rob Robert
ert Robert Wagner and Transit and city
officials at City Hall.
"We are not going to have this
again," Wagner grimly declared, i

l!w Car Windshield
Dibbllcal Davicev
Eye Dcclcr Charges
CHICARO. June IS HTP
An eye doctor said today that
tne wrap-around winoshield Is a
"diabolical device that creates
visual dlstnrtlnni whlrh iwnilrf
lead to traffic accidents, y
Dr. Dupont Guerry, chairman
of the Department of Opththal Opththal-moloev.
moloev. Opththal-moloev. Medical nolletra nf Vlr
glnla, made the assertion at the
ciose oi me American Medical
Association's annual convention.
GuerTV fcalri t.h rrn n.flpflimrf
windshield violates "aU basic
optical prtoclples" and creates
distortion and Increased glare.
He charged thai-. fnmnvil
manufacturers "have all been
guilty of that great human fall falling
ing falling of allowing style and so-called
beautv nf destim tn
the safe and functlorfal" . i
-iney nave auowed .the styl stylist
ist stylist to first decide what would
catch the public's eve and then
ucirv sa.id r
"Th TTinct. Mutant .n .i
this policy In recent years Is
. "uoucai aevice, from ft
visual standpoint, the wrap-ft-
ronnd wlnrfahlalrf r 4k.
, A, uiq cm-
mc eKjrusi, uim or mgntmare
run ranj
PC33U Rc:ch3j UJ
Fcr IK-h-lcvel
Ms On AlIL-tt
NEW YORK.' Jim 1trrrD
French Foreign Minister chris christian
tian christian Plneau arrived by plane to today
day today for. Atlantic alliance talks
wim president Eisenhower and
occreiary. oi state John Foster
Dulles.,.;.,' ': ,.. .. .. .......
Plnean told newsmen at Mia-
wild Airport that his expression
of pleasure at coming to the
United States "la fa mm- than
a diplomatic figure of speech."
no zxpiesoca grauiuae xor Amer America's
ica's America's help in liberating France
and helDlna- his nation Kav n
its feet, and for this country's
van, hi ensuring me security oi
western Europe. He said he was
looklnff forward tn a visit u.
his son and grandchildren In
Washington.
Plneau aald not only the
French cove rnment hnt n
French people were "shocked" to
near oi presiaeni Eisenhower's
Illness.
"Everybody remembered with
profound emotion the leader
who liberated our country and
they hoped as my wife and I
did that he would anon rrm.
er. we are an delighted that he
Plneau said he -hoped to dis discuss
cuss discuss with Dulles "many of the
serious problems confronting our
uiiiuce.-... ,.lt..,,u
New Bill iMenaees
High Court Ruling
On Segregation
WASHINGTON, June 15 (UP)!
Rep. Carl Vinson (D-Ga.) intro introduced
duced introduced a bill yesterday designed to
wipe out tne supreme Court s rul
ing against segregation in public
cnoois. : ...
' The bill would prohibit the court
trora reviewinr anv decision which
has been in effect for 50 years or
more witnout soecuic Dermiss on
from Congress.
Vinson said bis measure would
be retroactive to January, 1954.
Consequently it would invalidate
the Supreme Court's school anti-
segregation ruling handed down
May 17, 1954. ?--....
In its decision, the court over
turned a 58-year-old ruling permit-
ling "separate but "equal acui acuities
ties acuities for Negroes and whites in pub public
lic public schools. The nine-member
court ruled that "separate educa
tional facilities are inherently une unequal."
qual." unequal." ; ,

Maj. Gen. Hood!
., i a,
nonorea At
Final Review
Maj. Gen. Reuben C. Hood, Jr.,

Commander, Caribbean Air Com"W88eA hm?-, Grfh,m f

mand, was honored with a final re
view ceremony held for him this
morning by Caribbean Air Com Command
mand Command personnel. y." '.
The ceremony was a farewell
review in honor of Hood, who
will leave Albrook Sunday, to as assume
sume assume command of the Headquar
ters lommana at n o l it n g Air
Force Base in Washington D. C.
Since Food assumed command
of the Caribbean Air Command on
June IV 1953, the command has
come to realize the full potentiality
of the missions entrusted to it by
Headquarters USAF to provide
direct supervision, guidance, and
administrative control of the US
AF Missions in Latin America; to
provide supervision, guidance, and
administrative control of the Air
Force-phase of the Mutual De Defense
fense Defense Assistance Program for Lat
in American countries; to conduct
a DbAH school for Latin Ameri America;
ca; America; to provide logistic support
within Latin America for air at
taches and USAF Missions; to pro
vide airun within Latin America
for filed headquarters of the Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Geodetic Survey; to
provide direct administrative con control
trol control of the United States Air Force
Section, Joint Brazil U n i t a d
States Military Commission; and
to accomplish such operational
in'?sions as may be a-)'"id bv
(.'' ri.i t. c f i m
.. i '.
During his tour, Hood attain,
ed maximum utilization vt this
command's manpower and re resources
sources resources in order that the objec objectives
tives objectives of the Caribbean Air Com
mand might best be accomplish accomplished.
ed. accomplished. Immediately after assuming
command in 1953, he set out to
study the command organization
for the purpose of evaluating
the degree to which the objec
lives were being implemented.
He toured the USAF Mission to
learn, first hand, the problems
that were behing encountered
by each mission and the best'
air force. .:' ,-
As a result of this study, he es established
tablished established a supplement to the Unit United
ed United States Air Force objectives and
initiated definite programs which
have p r o v e a successful in
strengthening the capability of this
command to render adequate sup support
port support for the Latin American air
forces. The increased enrollment
at the USAF School for Latin A A-merica,1
merica,1 A-merica,1 the strengthening of the
Mutual Defense Assistance P I o-
Sam in Latin America, and the
creased success of the" USAF
Missions are indicative of the
progress made toward the long-
range program of maintaining
hemispheric solidarity. -v j
Through his personal Work in
the field as well as the headquar
ters. Hood has maintained an at-
mosphero of accomplishment
which has been largely responsible
for this success. 1
A joint honor guard ceremony
was held by the Caribbean Com
mand at Quarry Heigbs following
the military review at Albrook.
Troops of the Army. Wavy. Ma
rino Corps and Air Force parti
cipated.
Defendant In Jail
On Burglary Count
In Default Of Bail
The case of a 24-year-old Pana
manian charged with burglarizing
a building at Ft, Kobbe was con
tihued in the Balboa Magistrate's
Court until Monday. 1
Bail of S5O0 was set and the de
fendant, Manuel A. Salazar, is in
Balboa jail in default of posting
the bail. ;
He allegedly entered building 714
at Ft Kobbe on May 6 with intent
to commit burglary. .
US Ham' Makes
First Contact
With Russians
MILWAUKEE, Vfla., June 15
luri An amateur radio nmra-
tor said today he has spoken with
more man 20 itussian "ham" ooer-
atros over the oast two weeks for
,U 1!
luc hi 51 ume since laso.
jonn iiorvaci said he contacted
operators, all anDarentlv1 members
of the Red Army, in Moscow, Len-
mgraa, uie Ukraine. Siberia and
Vladivostok. He had heard no ex
planation for the shift in Russian
policy allowing contact with A
mericans, he said. ; ; ;

rO jy .- m r- M A

uiniaca vage
I Exception Bill
Due Next Week
WASHINGTON, June 15 (UP) i
ine House Labor committee is ex expected
pected expected next week to approve legis legislation
lation legislation exempting Guam, Samoa, the
Canal Zone and U.S.-military bases
aDroaa irom the f ederal maxim-!
Barden (D-N.C.) said today.
Barden said the committee came:
close to reporting the bill at the
close of a two and one half-
hour session today.
"There was no basic disagree
ment on tne 0111," be said.
"But wo decided to got more
information and decide Tuesday
an the manner in which the spe special
cial special wage mlnlmums for the U.
S. overseas areas should bo do do-tor
tor do-tor mi nad whether by civilian
special industries committees, as
in the case, of Puerto Rico, er,
by the executive departments."
The wage-hour exemption bill is
backed by the Administration and
has been approved by a special
subcommittee headed by Rep. Carl
Elliott (D-Ala.).
The measure has aroused consid considerable
erable considerable interest in the Philippines.
It would mean that the 10,000 to
13,000 Filipinos employed by the
military as contract workers on
Guam and Wake Island would have
no claim to the Sl-an-hour mini
mum wage established by law for
Hawaii, Alaska and the mainland.
The exemption also would cover
resident workers in the U.S. flag
areas of Guam, Samoa, Wake Is
land, and the Canal Zone.
Minimums there would be 1 de
termined by a means similar to
that already prescribed for Puerto
T' -, : -"-1 V I -'
IVins PsntBansI
Shelter Ccntrcct
1 A contract for the construction of
bus shelters and covered passage
ways at uaiDoa ana Kamoow uiy
schools was awarded this week to
the contracting firm of Dillon and
Hickman by the Panama Canal
Comoanv. . .-:
This firm made a low offer, of
$14,732 which included a base bid
of $17,983 with a deduction of $3,2521
for the use of aluminum roofing.
Other contractor entering bid on
the project were E. O. Hauke, Isth
mian constructors, inc., ana vaivi
no and Roquer. 1 ; -,.
The work will include tne con
struction of a bus shelter extension
at Balboa High School, and cover.
ed passageways at Rainbow City
High School. -.! ;
Hunting Permits
On Atlantic Side
At Police Station
Atlantic side residents wishing toJ
ODtam hunting permits tor the com coming'
ing' coming' year may do so in any of the
police stations on the Atlantic sjde
wuere appucauoq rorms aiso are
available, r.-? .r
On the Pacific side, hunting per
mits may oe renewed u the u.
cense Section in the Civil Affairs
Building on Gaillard Highway."
Minors must, have written per permission
mission permission from their parents to ob obtain
tain obtain a permit No person under 15
years of age will be issued a
license.".. ..
r r-
I

CAVE-IN BEING PEOBED Eight separate official investigations are seeking to fix the blame
Xor the tragic earthsllde which took the lives of six children Tuesday in Brooklyn, N.Y. A tire tire-man
man tire-man ia seen carrying the body of a girl as other rescue workers use respirators in an effort to
revive some of the children. Angry parenU picketed the scene of the tragedy yesterday carry carrying
ing carrying signs demanding playgrounds for their children and guards at the construction site.

42 Coalition,
11 Liberal
RP Deputies

The administration of President-elect
Ernesto de la Guar Guar-dia
dia Guar-dia Jr. has been assured of at
least 42 Deputies in the next Na-
tlonai Assembly with tne com
Dletion last night of the tallying 1
of the votes cast in the province
of Panama during the May 13
elections.
Complete returns lor the
province of Panama gave the
National Patriotic Coallt 1 0 n
(CPN) 13 Assemblymen, the Na National
tional National Liberal Party five.
Liberal total for the republic.
Is 11 Assembly aats.
Credentials certifying their
election were deUvered shortly)
after the completion of the
count last night to the seven
teen winners in Panama, prov-
ince. s-
. Those elected In Panama
province for the CPN are: Mrs.
Cecilia Remon, Mrs. Elvla Flores,
Manuel R. Arias, Alfredo Aie-
man Jr.. Max Heurtematte, Pe
r." ,,i-i u ..:
Aquuuiu Duju,

manic, jumi t. mw, vi jy 10r eignt nours.
Juliao and Domingo Diaz, J ,, -'Feedings in small amounts by
For the Liberal party:' Mario moutn were 'resumed this morii morii-J.
J. morii-J. de Obaldia; Enrique A. Jime. m-

nea Jr.," Harmodlo Arosemena
Forte, Alfredo- Ramlrea and Da-
via samuaio.f
Assemblymen-elect for the
other province are: -,

Colon: CPN F""x OMer. J. u. pnst ipiTa'iVH aay, linos the lres
; V: r : A.''j Hi-nt i-i st i-lK-nt spirits."
seiut'ita iMd A-ucrio .Aius. Lib-I ftir. iiLuiUower entered the
erals Roberto Cuevas. 11 loital just a weelc ago at l:o p.ra

Bocas del. Tore: Crn ouuier-
mrr Rrown.
Code: CPN Max Delvalle,
Marftel penso,' Ifraln Barnett
and JRoberto Diaz. Liberals
Manuel de J. Urrjola.
Chlriqul: CPN Gabriel Ju Ju-rado,
rado, Ju-rado, Diogenes A, Pino, Felipe
Clement, Juan A Delgado, Ma
riano 9. Candaneao, Aiejanaro
aZ3k RevMa nd Pablo Es-
,
Herrera: CPM .-i-sergio crea
po, Biigio wespo nw
jresoo and Pablo Ba-
res. r:.-.-f.-:.M
,
Los Santos: CPN'k. Salvador
Ducasa. Jose Nieves 'Annuo and
Coralia de Burgos. Liberals j
Jacinto Lopez y Leon. ? r
- Darlen: CPN Paolo ouion.
' Veraguas: .. CPN Saturnino
Arrocha Graell. Abel Aponte.
Ruben D. de la Rosa. Adolfo
Murlllo, Juan Francisco pardlni
and Azael Vargas. Liberals: joa joa-quin
quin joa-quin Ballester.
Committee Sets
Hearings On RP :
Treaty Provisions
WASHINGTON, June 15
(UP) Senate Committee hear hearings
ings hearings on legislation to Imple Implement
ment Implement the 195S treaty with Pan Panama
ama Panama will open June 21; Chair Chairman
man Chairman Warren G. Magnnson (D (D-Wash.)
Wash.) (D-Wash.) announced today..
The bill 's designed to carry
through on United i States
commitments under the treat v,
which transferred e e r t aln
lands to the republic and in increased
creased increased Canal Zone rental 1 to
1130,000 annuafly. .;-
-
4
,
1,

Doctor Says He'll
Leave Hospital

About June 23

Washington; June
their most optimistic report
condition today as the Chief

his tirst week of convalescence from his operation.

1 hey said he is now
i.l,rA1,L ft. ...!. -
" "uny unu

ror eignr nours lasr nignr.
Maj. Gen. Leonard D. Heaton, commander of Wal Walter
ter Walter Reed Army hospital and the surgeon who operated on
the President, has said the President probably will leave
the hospital about June 23. ...

! fdV
This morning's medical bulletin
. vnwwwu. nau a very goo..
jnighU he slept almost continuouh
riis temperature is 98.4; his
ps, u 70- bis blood pressure it
w over yu; nis respuauon is lo
all or which are normal,
"This, the beginning ot the sixth
last trway. .&any ue louowuig
morning':; surgeons performed au
emergency operation to remove an
obstruction in his small intestine.
His physicians have said that
it probably would be four to six
weeks betore he would resume
the 'full duties" of the Presi-
Mr.- fasennower coniersea wiu
German ChanceUor Konrad Ade-
ki. iiiviiriniin hnsnilai suite, tu
Ha
. - T".-". ';;tin.7-nf,.
'-u" r"!'." .7,
wltn hia too assistant. Sher-
man Adams, tooay
Press secretary james C, Hager Hagerty
ty Hagerty said liquid feedings by mouth
were begun at 8 a.m. today. At
this time, Hagerty said, Mr. Ei Eisenhower,
senhower, Eisenhower, was given some tea. At
7 a.m. be received some warm wa water
ter water ana at 8 a.m. beef brotn. '. I
Hagerty said the liquids were
being riven to the Presiaent in
quantities of two.ounce, every,
hour.
Haeertv said there was no intra
venous leeaing this morning. But
he said that does not mean that
US Renews Offer
To Help Settle
Cyprus Problem

TV iT -itjrii lurj,r we 'ven to 190 students in the
The United Ststes has renewed its canal Zone elementary, j u.a 1 0 r
offer to help settle the Greek-Brit- high ,nd high gchools.
ish dispute over Cyprus. other cash winners were Susan
rin' A'V Pfokesman Bonzoument, Cristobal -Elementa-Lincoln
White pointed out yester.!ry School iM Paulme
dy.thtresldnf El8enhowern,Farlane, Rainbow Ci'ty Elementa Elementa-said
said Elementa-said "we are still prepared to of-iry School third prize; Fanny O O-fer
fer O-fer any practicable assistance in Z.. u.iLv. imi uLv ci.i

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Yet

15 ojpv
vet on President Eisenhower'i
Executive reared the end of
receiving liquid noyrishment
j .11 w-il.-" .
aiepi uimosi connnuousiy
'his type of feeding Is necessarily'
mded.
"The doctors are holding that
question) open," he said.
- Hagerty also said the irksome
Irainage tube which had been run
through th President's nose has
act been put back in. He wa last
iorced to use this tube at 1:30 p.m.
Wednesday..
A syndicate columnist has re reported
ported reported that the medical literati. ,-e
inflattimaion which r'""ii'r'
i"" -11-' 'i even s..i-r
A reporter asked Ha y if
this report had failed to take in in-to
to in-to account that this recurrence
Is less likely to happen in per persons
sons persons of Mr. Eisenhower'i age.
Hagerty said the reporter was
"exactly right." , i
.Hagerty said he had discussed
the posat with the President's doc doctors
tors doctors and that they Minted out th
disinction regarding older v age
groups. -.. 1
Hagery said yesterday that Mr.
Eisenhower was more comforta-
nla then fk.M n, .... LI
t " since
Buford Cerler Wins
Firsl Posler Prize,
Biiford Carter, sixth grade pupil
- W
I iL. a nt A M m
nuai poster contest recently con
eluded by- the Latham Foundation
for Humane Education, it was an announced
nounced announced by the Division of Schools,
- A second prize was won by Lu Luther
ther Luther Goode, pupil in the third
grade of the Paraiso Elementary
School. -ytvvv.,,,,.
Seven other Canal Zone contest contestants
ants contestants won cash awards ranging
from $1 to $50 depending on the
classification and the group. In
third prize: Barrington McLean,
Rainbow City High School, third
prize; Tom Pearson, Diablo
Heights Elementary School, fourth
prize; James Kennedy, La Boca
Junior High School, fourth prize;
and Arnold Howard, La Boca High
School, fourth prizew
The Canal Zona schools h 1 1 e
participated' for a number of years
in this contest for which entries
are received from all parts of the
United States, territories and pos possessions.
sessions. possessions. Weepers Witness
Funeral Of Scout
Mangled Bv Lion
LONDON, June 15 (UP) -Worn--cn
wept in the streets of the Lon
don East yesterday at thfc funeral
of Tony Murphy, a 10-year-eld cub
scout who. was mangled by a zoo
lion. .-.? .-. v : 1
Traffic stopped and truck driv..
ers took off their hats as the fu funeral
neral funeral cortege passed through the
shabby streets to a church for a
requiem mass and burial in Lev.
tonstone cemetery.
The youngster was mangled by
lion at the Whipsnade zoo Mav
31. The beast crushed the boy r-'
gainst me Dam 01 11s cage. A cour courageous
ageous courageous priest finally beat back the
lion with an iron bar, but not be
fore it had torn the child s arms
from his body.

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SMOKING IN BED

Sir: 7
Each time something appears in print like the story In one
of your recent issues regarding the untimely demise of a house housemaid
maid housemaid asphyxiated while smoking in bed, I tell myself that of
the long list of dangerous habits man has thought up lot nis
own destruction the habit of smoking in bed is the worst
I did not come by this sweeping opinion without consider considerable
able considerable experience.
Once, during a three month sea voyage on an oil tanker
from Bahrein on the Persian Gulf, to San Francisco, a couple
of incidents involving smoking in the sack very nearly spelled
disaster for our ship. One crewman had to have his lighted
mattress dumped overboard in the early hours of an Indian
Ocean dawn and, for a time, it was touch and go whether the
entire ship's complement would have to follow it over the side
Or not. .:,;;-
A few days later a young Scots fourth engineer who had
spent his whole six months aboard tenderly nursing along; a
red beard of luxuriant thickness set himself ablaze while being
lulled to sleeo in his bunk with a cigarette between his fingers
an4 a mom ho record on the nortable. The face foliage which

aw w -w , r a aaVgf vtwa cnvn vuav SAnia
he had been prldefully taking home to his lassie in the Higii-jmea te crewcut, ebuuiem gar garlands
lands garlands as tangible evidence of his having reached mans estate,. meDt W0Jkers' leader if he could

was a total loss. . ',

By VICTOR RIESEL
There is this about the loss of
sight: occasionally there comes

over you toe awareness tnat never

again will you see nature's lull
majesty, its deep valleys and loftv

crags dramatically towering over

ine eartn. i jest not wnen I say

i ten una way about ui fed gray
nuaut. uie e brows, uie ci'usv

face of John L. Lewis whetuer

you hxe mm or not, a giant

among men.

But tnere is still the rolling
voice of the man to hear ana

soon it win be neard again in toe

hign council of laoor wnich Jonn

Ju. nas abandoned so ireeuentiy,

ine mgnest policy matters .in

the AFl-uu expect the coaldig-

gers cniei to taae Ins 400,00

miners into the merged taoor lea

eration. And in tne not-too-oistant

iuiuie, at iuat.

inea tne .onea will havestark-

er drama in them., liiose on the

other siue ot laoor, politically and
industrially, will tee snarp nlows

and tne wmte House wm d under
tnunaeious assault once more.
Jonn L. began nis marcn oack
into tne AiinjiO at exactly 1:25
on the a I t e r n 0 0 n ox inursaay,
June 7, in Vvasouigwn. Lewis nnu
just finisned luncmng in tne mir mirrored
rored mirrored corner always reserved lor
him in tne dining room of the
Canton Hotel, a 1 o w 1 y, in tnat
dramatic, measured step of Jus,
he wanted oetween, tne tables,
inen ne spotted an oid friend,!
JJavid Dubuisay 01 the Interna International
tional International Laaies Germent Workers

limnn.

iney greeted eacn oiner. ijewik

ir-"

1 f x. . j- ..-... "j:.v, -,r;v

It seems strange that smoking In the hay almost always
goes hand in hand with the capacity to sleep soundly through
blitz.
My father, a Czechoslovakianr wu afflicted with this un unhappy
happy unhappy combination of habits. More mornings than not my
poor mother would sink on to his bed and burst Into tears of
rage and frustration after having tried by all means at her
command to resuscitate him after a night's sleep. If, by some
rare stroke of luck she was able to prop him erect, she would
grab on to his ears to keep him from falling back again and
ask him, oulck, to say something in Chechoslovakian, for it was
her opinion that nobody, man, boy, or Czechoslovakia!!, could
utter anything in that foreign-sounding language unless he
were in at least partial possession of his wits.
My most vivid childhood recollection Is one ot standing
helplessly by while my father who had apparently awakened
sufficiently during the night to light a cigarette and then
fallen asleep again, was trying, still sound asleep, to smother
a blazing quilt under his stomach while choking clouds of black
f smoke bilowad from the bed. Not until the fire department
boya had put him, out did my father blink his way back to the
here and now from wherever it was he had been.
All these experiences have left my nerves so shattered' that
'sometimes I awake in the night with the horrible thought that
mavbe somebody in the building might be, at that very mo morn
rn morn cnt, broiling in bed like an overdone hamburger and I
V -.rw.ras I stare up Into the darkness that I'll not get back
"'B again unless I light up t cigarette,!- :, :

V ' ' Trapped

Stalin i 1 done to iroisKy in uie

history of the 'Soviets. 1 couldn't

find a single picture or mention

of this man who led the Red Army
and who was one of the top revo

lutionary leaders." .' J
Then, with orankishness which

61CJ- 1 comes over-Dubinaky when he is

' ; '"I twitting the giants, the, garment

Like hundreds ot otner united Biaies citizens i cam neip workers' .chief taid.' . f

$20 MUSICAL INTERLUDES

join him witn tue graciousness

niuui Auaasaa bvvisu was
'ine 76-year-old miners' cnief nas
mellowed.
r or 2u minutes Dubinsky and
Jonn L talked. Tne garment

union leader Kidded Lewis about

tne letter s description ot tne ail ail-ClO
ClO ail-ClO as a ''rope 01 sand."' Lewis

grinned,

Walter Wincliell In New Yor

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. CELEBS OUT FRONT
Jack Dempsey relaxing at the

Copa ringside via R 0 b e r t a

...... li.o, ll Waioiiiia. Jiy, J

T.iEnnY-Go-Rou::D

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WASHINGTON Most political' The Democratic tickef ssvs
observers agree that the bitter DiSalle, "should be SteverTson and
primary battles between Steven- Kefauver. Stevenson for President
aiLd Kefauver have seriously to make the speeches; Kefauver
hurt both candidates and in- for vice president to ten the peo peo-creased
creased peo-creased the chances of a Demo-pie what the speeches mean."
cratic deadlock at Chicago with, .. -. . 1
winn"k hrM emerging M.the! ExSENATOR'S TAXES
Tragedy is that this could have1 Memtl Revenue agents hav
been .voided, .faeen digging into the Uxes
Inside fact is that early m the ex-Senato? E. V. Robertson. j
ETt181 U oming Republican, and Roberta'
Inn6 fDdld?,l hd veB has appealed to some of his for;
announced Oscar Chapman, for- mer 5, agues to inter
mer secretary of the Interior andjVene i nis behalf.
a friend of both men, went to seel
Adlai Stevenson and uggMted 31,, tax transacUon under in?
?mk eal Dtmc .vestigaUon involves the sale 0
would be Stevenson for President Coe Ranch fa w?0

aeiauver lor vice pres uew. cui mg owned fey Robe,,,,,.,
Stevenson wouldn't buy it brother-m-law, but managed b
' It would alienate too manvuh. c. d

r.W.hS J?r British Isle, but cm. to thil

,.6UCu., ue a m v countIy u boy..
And he named Mayor Wagner of 1

Htsw York, Attorney General Pat

Brown of California, Governor' tm h u kiw! .i.r., SE

Clements of Tennessee and 1 Sena- wa$ considered a cheap price, lat
tor Humphrey of Minnesota as'er sold it to the Hunt Oil Com
among the vice presidential hope-.pany. owned by u t Hunt. th.

fuls.

"If I was committed to Ke Ke-fauber
fauber Ke-fauber for vice-president I Would
get no support from any of them,"
Stevenson explained. v
He went on to say that he would
certainly : be open-minded about
Kefauver for vie. president. But
then he added:
"If Estes gets into these pri primaries
maries primaries and makes me spend a lot
of time and money fighting for the
nomination," said Adlai, "then I'll
never take him on the ticket."
. This left Estes with a tails-Ste-venson-wins,
heads-Kefauver- loses
alternative. He decided to enter
the primaries.
.' PEOPLE-TO-PEOPLI
FRIENDSHIP

iuuiua&jr uicu as&cu rAjcwiv vu c k ..... A A j' u....

join tne aFL-UO. Jwis retorted "sm foV 1 10O "ohrtos
that he dia not believe he wu jfjg C in one day at
wanted Tnere were animositites, Ksy Broadway bofte U SoS
he said, tit even oeuevea tnere1?. "f. ii T-

WHO W CU UUU VUW : nit.K oaaaittiii a A AU,

Dubinsky said this was not true; ,'2 Law Law-Lewis
Lewis Law-Lewis was most welcome. ' ZzSZ cl

Tnese two men trom the pits

The importance of President Ei-

the role of Mrs, Jimmy Walker Songsmith Barry Trivers and senhower's idea of a committee of

(Bettv Cnmntnnl in tha Rnh Hnno' Rnrhpll Hnrlenn ira iih.hiihnvins Drivatn citizen to Drnmntn DenDle-

film of the late Mayor's career . The Jack Conroys (The Su- to-people friendship was illustrat- who also manufacturers Capehari

Patti Page, Doris Day and preme Court Justice's son) are ed just two ; weeks ago when a TV sets, had tnis to say on tne

famous Texas friend of Joe Me

Carthy. The sale was made by 1
complicated lease arrangemen
which Internal Revehue has beei
investigating. The cattle on thi
ranch were sold separately.
1 Queried by this column regard regarding
ing regarding his tax difficulties, Robert
son refused to comment
"I am no longer a. public of

ficial," he said. "This is my own
private business. There is nothing

1 care to say.

Reminded that any tax vi

olation, even by a private citizen

was a pumic matter, ine ex-sena'

tor replied, that he still had noth

ing to say. v
PORTRAIT OF J INDIANA
. FARMER

Senator Capehart of Indiana,

Julie Wilson,- all canaries

Betty was a hoofer ... Isn't
Ann Miller (also a brunette) aval aval-abiv?
abiv? aval-abiv? ... .Shepard King's wife
and image sail today for Madrid

wnere he plans to dwell forever,

blessed-eventing . Judy Tyler of group of Americans and French-! Senate floor recently about farm-

"ripe Dream" made a test for men dedicated a rrencn-Amen-'in
9ftt h TVia rauA nt th lfTaniiliuo ian hnsnital at St. Il tha nointl

Commissary . The trotter nam-'m the Germain hues where Gen.l Mr. presiaent, i deal in farm;
ed "Winchell" (which was labeled. Omar Bradley's troops broke; products every day. I am a farm-

a "dead duck" because it lost a through after the Normandy land-ler. I seu Bogs practicauy every

anui ue needie shops, so wurid

famed, chuckled as Dubinsky ad-

mitten that some of his colleagues

had rewritten nistory to make it
seem that Lewis had pracically
nouiing to do Witu American laoor.

"It reminds me of my 1931 trip

to Russia," Dubinsky told Lewis.

Hia ex-wife : was Turkish dancer few races) romped in 1st again tag,:, i month in the- year, and I buy and

tenet ("Fanny") Tibbett and Son: Santa Carnal'. 1 .'Pageant's piece paying $9.90 for J.t -: There, has been so much petty j sell cattle. I raise corn. 1 dtinot
at the Stork . Peggy Connelly on Elvis- Presley reveals why he 1 ,.;v...,-iV,.-.-.f : ; ; f bickering between French and1 suppose there is ever a time when
ta-taing the Little Club crowd en -makes like a psycho. If he doesn't) J ; American politicians of late," that; I do not have corn on my (arm.
route to Madrid and. Mr. Sinatra 'grind, bump and wiggle he can't' ll,V.urta,Ca:,JonAra"res n?wy a lot of Americana have forgotten I sign the checks,-and deposit
.-. Jane Powell and Groom rem-1 "sine." If he can't sW he wnoM f..;!" W IIy, anptntt fi,, Btste iie.tOHPeoplt friend-l checks for that which sold .

inisrinff with Jnhn Parana in his' have tn en hark in rtriuinn tr,. 1 Believe . lhe 4 Laos new shin axistinir hptwpon the two I iust recently sold Soybeans,

w" v.- -'s iri.,.ki ...i.t. u..-i.:. I .r Ti .- j u-j !-:

Wneai ana nogs aau nu icrenuj
bought some cattle. So, I am one
of those Indiana farmers about

whom the abl. senator from OK-

Champagne Room at !'Elmer'"( which he piloted 18 -months aso'rolumbia limm,!,tl1 i rankleJ countries. It was very evident at

Sinclair Robinson and me UnV ' v 8nt the hospital dedication ceremony,
of plastic surgeon Malta session ;, ,at ...?allad)um however.

mt. ri.:i.L. xv i o...

VrnttKrAn lf Cll'a Thau 4not AV.Vrifaa lf VtUatii. A.... at-lA

jCfiiiciauii tifc oaiui aucj juo uw vi uiaoiiu bui Keuii niaiLZ w uuwcvci,

Ipurchased a,new manse in the are twozy-. ; ; Intimates of Gov. if a2om V v ir 1 Clair McColldugh, of Lancaster,

"When I, got to Moscow I wentfe, Wt Julie WUson and Harriman's Secy of State (Carl1 :hsrdas ... Sara Vaughans' new Pa, wha rn.de a special flight 'lahoma. (Kerr) has $poken. If I

A. a u. If a. l n.. -!-. I W UiiV IV USVU u i iuiuau ajtv-T Ul WJlOkC V l-HI . . ... . j-

JS?.:-"U?U Sj-i George .Abbott enlivening the Cha-'mine,De Sapio) report his Success!"1- ABDTU. Vnracier ito

l, ; """-.trail -'atiri'i membo parade

Ihv ;,h ..i ur strolling solo

Madison at 3 ante meridian

feeling a wave of resentment against our good neighbors," i -mey could 'at least have put ihit.Mm

across uie hub every ume me yinewc muo,i j up one picuire, ana mea ruu a
flashed across my TV screen. What a rude awakening it has e unuerneath it saying Trotsky

Pretty Kay Kendall, ;who removes

her specs the moment Rex Har Harrison
rison Harrison arrives . The Nat (King)
Coles tn Tiffany's .-Constance
Bennett and pooch at Park and
52nd . v- Kim Novak at Blair
House distracting patrons, waiters,
busboys and husbands with her

-.ISaga; "Four years ago he had'! '-'P new,8tn8 ,w,th urpnse of the Friendship Train committee
teng foul,' meeting his payroU. NoV 181, .Pf d-hBf na.'of a reverted ih n'iment f- sr sr-.
. sr-. i .ihe's a .President-maker!' .; ; (Beautuul friendship i; ,(And the the ; America,. was 'ucci

been to find out that "the good neighbor policy" only works
one way the "gimme" Latin American way, ;
Well, I have worked out my own scheme for combating
mm nf this false toad neichbor feellnc. Boycott! This week.

for instance, Panama City is about $20 poorer because I did not ers' recent convention report gave
go across the line. for lottery tickets, knicknacks in the shops,; Lewis full credi for having helped

movies, etc. ;

was an s.o.b.
Lewis laughed at the analogy.
Dubinsky then told Lewis that the

Internation Ladies Garment Work-

A U.S. Citizen

I

build the AFL and for launching

the CIO. Then Dubinsky said
bluntly that Lewis would be wel welcomed
comed welcomed into the AFL-CIO.

Today Dubinsky and many of see his.

sj i his colleagues believe that Lewis
will return shortly.

After hearing of this converse

Sallies In Our Alley: Comic
Gene, Haylos went to Linay's to
glare at his enemies. A waiter
asked: 'What'll you have?
"I; didn't come in here to eat,
he yipped, "I just came in to
defend myself!" ... Ted Steele
tells of the Wolf who -invited a
show-gel up to his apartment to

.4 mu imAJ UVACI ObUU.

f New York. NoveletBilly Regis

is a trumpet man-. . He Mlo'd

Beginning of Love),

Paris as special representative know

mittcei mucn

P

and friendly: that the French

. 'I'-- I particularly appreciated the hoa hoa-The
The hoa-The Late Watch: Retired Cham- pitai because, it was a joint en en-pion
pion en-pion Rocky Marcianos life saga f.mrisa . ,: ..

for stellar bands such as Harry i will be Sateveposted . Tne. n was Pot a eift from the U.S.

James; SUn Kenton .nd 'Les'Surton Lanes (he composed the government'The French were too
Brown- , After Prado's- hitl'in'sn's Rainbow" score) are polite to say-so.'but actuaUy they
platter of -.'Cherry Pink Ms mbo"i wrestling with a decision instead raised more money for the hos hos-sweot
sweot hos-sweot the nation, deeiavi and fana Of chicking it OUt the Window . nitalthan dA nrivala Amarioans.

clamored to know the name of the Joe E. Lewis, a money-hater, do- Not a penny of U.S. 1 government

wier . nA-victor got the neiea aiw.wu w uie vegas aea- funds went mto the project,
message fast and Regis organized jlera, ... A student at Columbia! The American Who deserves

his own crew ... They played the' U. supplied a $30,000 transfusion most credit for pushing the hos hos-sticks
sticks hos-sticks and tank-town bookings un-to "Shangri-La." He's a rich kid1 pit al is Robert Blake, of the Guar-

anyuitng I Knew wai

tion. I checked 10 of the AFL-

;tlO's top oifictais. au ot tnem.
j including David McDonald, head

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LUCHO MUNOZ

Vignette: Jane Powell, Vic Da Da-mone,
mone, Da-mone, Peal Bailey and Bob Hope
were summoned by the Washing Washington
ton Washington press photegs to entertain the

I I of the United Steelworkers, said j President at their .annual event
Ithev hoDad John L. would return . Miss Powell reports that ht

I 'soon. ; kave no indication of feeling ill
I There were some leaders out,"In fact,", she said, "he was full
B!of the old CIO, however, who will j of fun. He told us all his favorite

I oppose Lewis return, mese men story aoout nis mother. An inter-

Know tnat jewis loames waiter viewer once gain: iou must oe

Keuther. Jim carey, oi tne mier-very proua or your son.' to wracn

I national" Union of Electrical, sne replied: "wnicn one 7"

Workers.'1 wiU bucK tne miners

But once Lewis decides to come

back, he will find the door wide

P?n-

, once inside lwis wm maxe me
sparks fly again.. The public will
know it fast enough, just as they
did some years ago.. ;

It was Lewis who pushed tne

tfl ''it was right" j 4 Billy Regis
no longer will remain anonymous
i ; the background while band
chiefs take all the bows-, . He is
th. newest star : at' the Waldorf's
Starlight JJoof.

time a Square Circle: Paul
Brinkman, estranged from Jeanne
Crain, is being shown the midnight
sector by Chick .-James, Latin
Quarter dazzler . i'The Dr, A.
Verneto (she was Mira Stephens.

one. of the girl ensembles) expect night enjawing himself' . At

their first image . ..Denise El Morocco: "Children should be
Darcel's companion at the bistort1 een but not had" t At Du Du-is
is Du-is Princeton student G. Eiley . J brow's: 'He used to be in her
Sheila Bond, who inherited G wen I Who's Who. Now he is in her That's
Verdon'a role in "Yankees," ia the That" . ; At the Charcoal Room:
adored of Ray Shaw , AGVA.j "She calls it mink. I call it evi evi-the
the evi-the union,' pulled an unusaualdence" . v At Cafe St. Denis:
strike in Philly. Called out six "It takes a tree about S years
strip-teasert, who picketed with to produce nuts. It takes families
their, frocks on, of course -. . a little longer."

from Dallas. His only request: '.nty Trust Co., in Paris, who
Anonymity. So hi. parents wont could well have been made a
get apoplexy Roberta Shu I member of Eisenhower's citi citi-wood,
wood, citi-wood, who got $175 per week in ten's committee for ; people-to-

Miami ueacn (.last January), gets .people friendship.
10 times that sum at the Cooa. NOTE The Friendship Train

Her weekly wage in a few months, money- that went into the St. Lo

hospital was insurance money

paid after the Communists burned

down a warehouse containing part

will be $6,000,

Sounds in the Night: At Fisher

man's Net: "He'll do anything for, of the Friendship Train food in

money but work", ... At Martha the winter of 1947-48.

Kay s: "What a bore. Spends all

STeVENSON-KEFAUVEk'

- .... TICKET

Mike DiSalle, the ex-mayor of

Toledo who Washington knew in
the thankless job of Price Admin Administrator
istrator Administrator during the Korean War,
is now- running for governor of
Ohio. However, he's also keeping
a weather eye on the national

campaigns.

LAV'S VISCOUNTS
ACCLAIMED

CARACAS, June 15 i- tinea
Aeropostal Venezolana 18 happy
to report the overwhelming and
immediate public acceptance of
the Turbo-Prop Viscounts which
it introduced into scheduled
service on April 1, 1956. LAV'S
Statistical Department reported
the average of 85 to 90 load
factor since the inauguration of
the Viscounts flights. The Vis Viscounts
counts Viscounts have been placed in serv service
ice service within the interior of Vene

zuela in the highly competitive

non-stop routes, where tney
proved to be the most popular
with the general public
Three' daily non-stop flights
are scheduled between Maique Maique-tla
tla Maique-tla and Maracaibo. The most
oopular of the three with the
New York passengers is Flight
108 which makes a direct con connection
nection connection with the Super-Constellation
Flisrht 253 from New York.
In keeoimr with its desires to

offer the best in aircraft eoulD eoulD-ment,
ment, eoulD-ment, LAV i the ftrat South A A-merican
merican A-merican Airline to operate the
Turbo-Proo Viscounts. The com combination1
bination1 combination1 of a jet engine and
oropeller has resulted in fester.

mootner ana more comiorinn

flights. Adv.

Memos of a Mldnighter: Dana
Wynter's wedding gifts from Greg
Bautzer Included a $33,000 dia diamond
mond diamond necklace . Wm. Petrollo
(nephew of the Union czar)
eloped to Elkton with Kay Press

AFL into launching its national man, mag writer . Gloria Van

league. It was Lewis who sug- derbilt's life-story (with United
gested that ground be purchased I Artists financing) is ready. The
opposite the White House for a zillionairess will get $50,000 plus
new national headquarters. It was SO percent of the loot . Illui Illui-Lewis
Lewis Illui-Lewis who got the AFL to go in trator-James Montgomery Flagg's
for a national radio program. And, pals will honor him with a gala
further back, it was Lewis who I at the Stork Club on Father's Day
launched CIO's early strike waves night . The "Rock Hunter"
and sitdowns. r-v llandlord is upset over the pub-

Anything can nappe a ... wnen louseity jayn. Mansiieia got from

Lewis Cf

Liu

m aching home again.

A

the muscle-men incident. Says the
theater received scads of com

plaints from respectables . The
finance firms ar taking back

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"junkyard" proved to be a gold more autos than at any time in
mine for the two Golonka! money-lending history . Copa

brothers. Joseph L. and Sigmund comic Lenny Kent and dancer
Golonka sold their 55.5-acre tract Mignon Warner are That Way
in' suburban Buffalo for $170,000 to! Deborah Kerr debunked the studio
the Kennecott Copper Corp. When story that she does all her own
they purchased the property a .thrashing in "King and I." The
ve.r ago for $26,250 the brothers concert singer who dubs for Deb-
S . Z. 1 11 A- 2 1. L. U I.J, 1 r .

had planned to

dealers,

rem u hi juua

V sm
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orah (she revealed) is Marni

Dixon ... Spin the newy, "Blue
Eyed Mermaid," and then hum:
"Ghost Writers In The Sky."

Broadway Smalltalk: Hollywood
summoned three females to play
U. OF CALIF. LEADS
BERKELEY, Calif. (UP)
The University of California leads
all other universities in the na nation
tion nation with 44 Guggen eim Fellow Fellowships
ships Fellowships awarded on six of its eight
campuses for 1956. The 44 recip recipients
ients recipients were among 275 scholars
and artists across the United

States who received a total

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Democrats Shelve Bill To Up
Fashions For Father On His Day. June 17
Pay Rates In House

FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 195

. A...,.mxt t.... ttv 'lv the House rule to olan for floor

The House Democratic leadership cuon on any bill cleared by the,
: Trint visenhow- rules commiuee. i

"This is an exception to the rule
as far as I'm concerned," McCor McCor-mack
mack McCor-mack snapped.
H ronceded that anv member

of the rules committee can move
to take up the bilL But he said any
such attempt would have to be
made by a Republican because
Democrats generally opposa any
postal rate increase this year.

Crashing Pilot

JACCST CU CXtSCI
By OSWALD JACOBY
Writtei for NEA Service

today shelved President Eisenhow

er's postal rate increase
House Democratic leader John
W. McCormack told the House he
wanted to notify members "frok I
ly" that be and other party lead leaders
ers leaders have no intention of putting .the
bill on the legislative schedule
"at the prsent time or in the fore fore-easeable
easeable fore-easeable future.' I
He virtually challenged Repub Repub-lican
lican Repub-lican supporters of the measure
to try to persuade the House to
override bis decision.

Under House rules, mere arc,
SpAm bystander

the opposition 01 mo
kldeS But there was vuHual vuHual-ly
ly vuHual-ly no chance of any such maneuver
tucceeding in this aession of Con-
SThe' biU, which" is on the Presi-
. 7- Inritw list. WOUld

dent t is-po"" r;A ;
Increase mail ; rates a bout $0 mil.

d tt would tocrease the cost of
matfl. firstl.ss letter .from
1 to4 cenU an ounce and
from to 7 eenti. It P'dedfor
airoilar boosU in second and third
class postal rates.

The Dill Bireauj

tion to the House n..
t recent poll of House uem uem-il.
il. uem-il. Ever an overwheming
uo.n l.rlv sam Ravburn also

McComacss
came after he told the

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noted newspaper editor and col col-umnist
umnist col-umnist under the pen name of
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nt ha vine DUIS posieu uu yuu-v
wa attacking President Rojas
Pinilla in an Injurious manner.
Disrespect of the President be be-came
came be-came a crime under an execu executive
tive executive decree issued last year, cen-
aorship old not permit local
newspapers to publish any news

Of Santos ixea wu uv,..-.i
indictment.
Earl Of Swinton's
Son Found Dead;

Aoparent Suicide
LONDON, June 15 (UP) -1
Philip Cunllffe-Ldster, 38-year-old
son of the Earl of Swlnton,
was found dead in his apartment
here-today,. apparently a suicide
VnpansK of a. nervous condition

that had plagued him .for
months

He had been killed by a bullet
ti ho Art A revolver lav

Viscid, his hnrtv anri nolice said

the wound apparently, was self self-inflicted.
inflicted. self-inflicted. A
The dead man's health was
believed to have been affected
by his experiences during World
Wir TT He nerverl an RniiaHron

leader in the British Air Force,
and was shot down and impris

oned Dy vne uermaiu,

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BIRMINGHAM. Aia.. June 15

(UP) A heroic Navy puot who
rode his fighter plane to bis death
afti-r uavine a bv-stander out of

the way was creuited touay wiin

saving several ives at nearoy i ar arrant
rant arrant Citv. Ala:

Witnesses said that the pilot, i- uhen John Ditto
J t X. ... 1 4 Ink. D UaiuHomi & n.

ucuiuicu a i. uuu a. iwwi ""! instructor at Loicago s central
31, of Birmingham, first waved onejYMCA, bid and made six spades
person out of the path of his T4R 0n this hand in a recent tourna-
Cjrair fiphter and then neuuerate--...j . T

- uicm uc miucu a wp svuie IK IK-lw
lw IK-lw hamJ thA HiefihlAH irafr lntrt a1 .l i .

j uwoi cause uie oiner qeciarers wno
oirt street in oroer to miss a group reached the slam either were care-

in uvjua. :,. i less wim trumps or tailed to
Rnhortsnn a veteran fi enter nl-l i.

lot, was Kiuea instantly when the West opened the 'king of
propeller-driven World War "'diamonds and then shifted to the
mana hit tne nirt xtreet and exDloa-Uk-.- c..:- i u.

ed into flames; He is survived by
hia wife, two small daughters and

his motner, Mrs. WP, Hohertson

of St, faui, Minn.
.Tnhn Tavlnr Jr whiMe home is t

block from the site of the crash

Isaid he was standing on his front

porch when the plane appeared at
tree-top level. s
rvlnr niH that the e raft was

about SO yarns away wnen tne puot
signaled to him. "I saw the pilot
push back his helmet and wave to

me to get out ot tne way," ne saia.
"T went ih the house and Sot mv

wife and child and ran the other

way, he added. t
Onlv minutes before the crash

occurred, the plane had taken off
from the naval air station, at the

municipal airport adjacent to i ar

rant, on a training mgni to w.ur
neapolis, Minn.
Rnhertnn had radioed the con

trol tower that he was in trouble
just before the craft hit in be

three of hearts. Seeing that be

pmtlrin t ruff twn hearfa aafelv in

Hiimmv. Ditto hecan- hv Hrawinp

two rounds ot trumps. Then be

took tne other nigh heart, -got to
his band with the ace of clubs,
j rr I .i l

ana ruiiea a oean. in aummy.
inra West enulHn't fnllnw auit

but also, fortunately, couldn't over,
ruff, the situation was clear. Ditto
ruffed a diamond and led out his
remaining trumps.

When the last trump was led,
South's .other cards were a heart
snri rim rlntw Jlnmmv had three

clubs and the queen of diamonds.

West had to reduce to three cards
ahead of dummy. If West saved
the ace of diamonds, he would

have to throw a club; and if he

tried to save all the clubs, he
would have to throw the ace of

diamonds. Either way, he would es establish
tablish establish a trick for the dummy. v

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Communists Selling Program

In Little Bits, Ex-Red Says

WASHINGTON, June 15 (UP) political adviser to Connecticut Re-

tT. Bella Dodd, a former Commu
niit party leader, testified today
the knew the confidential seretary

of former Mayor, William O'Dwyer
and several other New York poli poli-t
t poli-t 1 figures as Communists.

: also told the Senate intern-l

.1 ..curity subcommittee "the

l ommumst party is gaming at an

alarming rate by having its opera

ton under many different labels."

1 "People known to me as Com Communists
munists Communists are mounting to import.

ant policy positions in industrial,
governmental and academic fields"

he said. "They are selling, us their
program in little bits."
la another Communist investiga

tion, Rabbi Abraham Bick of New
York refused to tell the House Com.
jiwitee on un-American Activities

whether he is, or was. a Commu

nist. Be based his refusal on the
Fifth Amendment's protection a-

gainst possible self-incrimination.

Dr. Dodd, who said she served

on the Communist party's state
, and national committees before
her expulsion 'from the party In

1949, told the Senate subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee that the Communists in New

York tried to plant men in both
malor political parties. j
She said she knew these persons!
as Communists:
1. Paul Ross, O'Dwyer' s confi confidential
dential confidential secretary.
- 2. Clifford C. HcAvoy a former
Kew York City welfare commis commissioner
sioner commissioner of mental hygiene for New
York state.
5. Palmer Weber, a former Sen Senate
ate Senate employe who, she said, was a

nublicans in 1948-49.

. former Hep. Hugn ae iacy,

(D-Wash.). She said she knew de

cy "as a member of the Communist
faction in the National Federation

of Teacheas."

8. Si Gerson. once legislative

representative of the Communist
nartv in Albany. N.Y., and later

f 1 il I t ....

coniiaeuuai skiciui iu maiunj

Isaacs when he was borough pres
ideht of Manhattan. A

Dr. Dodd also testified that Com.

munisjts infiltrated the staff of s
congressional small business com

mittee m the 1940 s ana mat "as xar

as I know" Saul Mills, former head

of the CIO'S Greater New York

Industrial Union Council, was also

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MAX GEN, REUBEN C. ROOD, JR., commander, Caribbean Air Command. Is shown with MaJ. Gen. Burton M. Hovev chief
; air section, joint Brazil-United States military commission, and chiefs of USAF missions in Latin America.- These officers
accompanied high ranking- Air Force representatives from 15 Latin American countries who arrived at Albrook Sunday to
; participate in the U8AP School for Latin America graduation today. The Mission Chiefs are attending the annual USAF
; mission conference which Is beta conducted by the Caribbean Air Command at Albrook this week, r Shown left to rieht are are-First
First are-First row) CoL Sari B. Batten,- puatema a; Col. Algene E. Key, Colombia; Hovey; Hood; Col. Frederick W. Ott, El Salvador'
Co Henry W. Terry, HI, Chile' CoL Wllmer A. Hardesty, Sr, ponduras. (Second row): Lt. CoL Willie O. Walker? Nicaragua'
CoL Samuel S. Riddle, Haiti; Col. James C. Robinson, Ecuador; Col. William D. Hayes, Jr., Venezuela; Col. Samuel Hale. Do Do-,
, Do-, mlnican Republic; Col. John W. Masslon, Paraguay; CoL August F. Taute, Peru, and Col. Leonard S. Dysineer. Cuba. Not
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l.'ov Polio Reports

Relied Sharp Drop
From 1955 Figures

1 WASHINGTON, June 15 (UP)
' The U.S. Public Health Service saidj

today 178 new cases of polio were
reported in the nation last weak, a
sharp drop from the 299 in the!

corresponding week of 1955.
Officials said the outlook now is
, for a lighter polio season than last

year. But they warned it still is
too early to be sure. The report,
except for Texas, did not carry any
breakdown of how many of those
, stricken had received Salk-ino-

dilations.
Dr. J. B. Peavy of the Texas
health department reported 174

paralytic; eas ammig children
who had reo c 'k shots.- Four
' of them f ?i iour years t

miiu m 1 1 na u kuv w
bracket. -.. ."-..- .;'..-f

So far this year, there have
been 2,041 polio eases reported
throughout the country. There

were 2,833 during the correspond
ing period of 1955. But officials cau cau-,
, cau-, tioned that the 1952 epidemic year

also got os to a slow start,
US, Cri! AgrcD
To Exi:nd Kulual
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WASHrNGTON, June 15 (UP)
. The United SUtes and Britain have
concluded an agreement to extend

, their cooperation in the atomic e e-nergy
nergy e-nergy field to include certain mil

itary information, it was announc
. ed today. ,-, ...

Among other things, the aeree-

ment apparently will make it pos

sible for Britain to get informa-

. tion aoout America's atom-powered
submarine Nautilus. ; The British
have been very anxious to Bet ac

curate information about the pio

neer atomic underwater cran.
The agreement was announced
In a Joint statement by the State
Department and the Atomic Ener

gy Commission. They said the a a-snreement
snreement a-snreement will permit an exchange

. of Information on "military pack

age power reactors and other
' military reactors for propelling

nsvai vessels, aircraft and alnd

. vehicles. V -:
The new agreement also will per
mit exchange between the two na

tions of types of uranium used in
the atomic energy programs.
- The new agreement was signed
yesterday by British -Ambassador
Sir Roger Makins, AEC chairman
Lewis L Strauss and C. Burke

Elbrick, deputy assistant U,
secretary of state.

The agreement must now wait

10 days to give Congress a look

at it before becoming effective.
Princd Prcbcscb
Pets Prcbaibncr
PLt.Ic In Prison

LONDON, June 15 (UP) Alan

. rearson's nose led him straight to
jail today. ; -
His troubles started IS months a a-go.
go. a-go. He was placed on probation for

assaulting a policeman after los

ing seven jobs. Pearson said he
was upset because he had nose

irouoie. .-
He appeared In court yesterday
to explain why he had been un unable
able unable to make regular reports to a
probation officer.
He said a skin preparation he

used formed a shell altering the
. shape of his nose. But .sometimes
cricks appeared in the shell and

lea bis nose sore and raw. That
prevented his reports to the offic officer,
er, officer, he said.
The judge told him he should
forget about his nose. He gave
Pearson three months in jaS to
id in the process.

GroLp To Study Means Of Making

Armed Forces Attractive To GIs

WASHINGTON (AFPS1 The

time honored foot soldier will
not be foroetten when a ton

level committee of military and
industrial chiefs probes possi possibilities
bilities possibilities this summer of making
the Armed Forces more attrac

tive to the skilled serviceman.

The eieht-man committee

chairmaned by General Electric
president Ralph J. Cordiner, was
recently appointed by Defense
Secretary Charles E. Wilson to
take a broad look toward Im

proving personnel policies with

in ine Armea Forces,

'.Wilson asked the committee to!

evolve legislative proposals nec

essary to strengthen and itabil

lze the status of career personnel
"1th "special c-ualifications'' bv

? ""n session or Congress

. ica convene next January.

The primary concern of the
Department of Defenses' at this
time Is the Increasing: losses of

sKiiiea specialists ana technl

clans such aa pilots, radarmen

and guided missile experts to

private industry.

But to allay any Impression
that the combat man will h

overlooked as the Armed Forces
march forward with the atom atom-ic
ic atom-ic age, one top defense official
had this to say: "Nobody Is be

ing given greater consideration
than the leader of a rifle pla platoon
toon platoon in the department's effort

to Keep skilled personnel in unl
form." : -.s

Testifying before, the Senate.

carter L. Burgess, assistant De Defense
fense Defense ; Secretary for manpower.

personnel and reserve, produced
figures that showed a 25 ner

cent snortage of combat quail quail-fled
fled quail-fled personnel In the top three
enlisted grades in the Stateside

Continental Army Command.

On the other hand, adminis administrative
trative administrative (personnel are at more

man 25 per cent overstrength
In the same command.

Similar Imbalances are of

great concern In all the services

today..

The committee : will study

pians to increase compensation
for special talents, with com-

Sfafe Of Emergency
Declared In Ceylon
To Prevenl Rioting

COLOMBO, Ceylon. June 15 1

bat leadership falling Into this
category.
Burgess, himself a member of

the committee, has proposed a (UP) Hastily-mobilfeed army re.
special formula In which the serves transformed central Colom Colom-skilled
skilled Colom-skilled serviceman most In de- 00 into an armed camp last night

mana would be Dald a higher; precaution against inter-racial

reennsiment rate man individ

uals in overstaffed fields."

He explained ; that in the

process of supply and demand,
this theory would motivate
those with needed talents to en

ter skills in which there

shortages. ..... ..'-: ;,

in addition to studvlnr th

possimnty of rewardimr skill

with actual dollars, lt has been

suggested mat the committee

inna wnen raruament passes a

w uiBKing oiooaiese ceyion s of official
ficial official language.
A dozen' persons have been kill killed
ed killed in clashes between Ceylon's
Sinhalese majority and a Tamil.

are speaking minority of Indian oriein.
I'TKa 1 n . I.

Ampsri, where police gunfire kill killed
ed killed at least two rioters.
Prime Minister Solomon Bandar-

1 -.w Huvim w ftMiymix W

look .Into the other facets of restore" order under the terms of!
military life and find answer to m virtual emergency, proclaimed

current Inequities.

1?

Bra-Clid Brunblte

Drowns After Dive

In flew Jersey lake
WEST MILFORD. NJT.. June 15

(UP) A 20-vear-old hninntte

drowned here today after diving
into sprawling Greenwood lake

wearing only a brassiere.
The victim. Lillian Mancuso.

of Paterson, NJ., was fished
from the lake by patrolmen sev several
eral several hours later. -
Authorities said thm lrl was

accompanied by two roommates
and three young men In "an an

parent nude midnight swimming
party." All were dressed when

pouce arrived on the scene.
' State police said Miss Mancu

so, clad only In a brassiere and
wearing a bracelet; dived Into

the lake and vanished. Her com

panions becanu alarmed when

she did not surface and alerted
authorities., v -West
Milford Police Chief

John Moeller said there was no

indication Miss Mancuso struck

her head when she dived Into
the lake. The area Is a popular

noruiera new. jersey summer

resort

yesterday by Gov. Gen, Sir OH"er

The eovernmrnt ilu bmiI

f1 IB.e'Rency powers to garrison

uiomDo. British-made Breo gna
carriers moved into position at
key intersections throughout the
city, and armed police and
triioe patrolled the city v
Aa undisclosed number of re.

servists were recalled to active du

ty to aeai witn the emergency.
Soldiers strung barhH-wir n.

tanglements around the eanttni ami

the harbor area. No one was al allowed
lowed allowed to pass the barricades un

less lie could prove he had legiti legitimate
mate legitimate business there.
Special army fire brigades were
ready for action if the rioters turn

ed to arson.

WASHINGTON, June 15 (UP)
Trevor Gsrdner, former Air Force
research chief, said yesterday the

administration s "austere" milita

ry budget "will guarantee us the

second best air force" in the world.
In a new blast at administra.

tion defense policies, he said he

quit as assistant Air Force secre secretary
tary secretary in February because the de defense
fense defense budget "would not permit
us to, remain technologically su

perior ro iiussia in airpower.

Gardner told a Senate Armed

Services subcommittee the de-

iense ouoget tor toe nscal vear

Deginmng juiy l is S3 to $4 billion

too small overall and should in.

elude an extra S250 million in re

search funds.
Russia already has mere
planes and equipment than the
United States, he declared, add add-ing
ing add-ing that the "lack el funds" for
research and development will
put this country in danger of fall
ing behind in quality as well.

The subcommittee is investigat

ing wnetner tne United States is

in danger of losing air supremacy
to Russia. Some Democrats have

demanded that more money be

spent in producing B52 interconti

nental jet bombers and in devel

oping Jiew weapons.

Gardner said the Air Force

tried to respond to the Soviet chal

lenge by seeking more money for

research. He said Air Force offi

cials were told by the Defense De.
partment "we must make do with

what we had in an austered budget"-'
:v, '.,
Despite tremendeus Russian
advances, he said, there has
been a tendency by Hie Defense
Department in the past three
years "to avoid the kind of deci decisions
sions decisions that would assure us that
we would stay ahead."
Gardner also said the program

to develop an mtercontinntal bai
listic missiles has been slowed be

cause the Army, Navy and Air
Force all have been given equal

priority to develop an interme

diate missile with a 1,500 mile

ranee.'.'' v 5'

Because oi "ceilings': imposed

by the Defense Department, he
airt. the Air Force has had to de

lay or drop many vital research

projects,, a

He cued as examples we aage

automatic commumcaiiuus sys system,
tem, system, the F104 supersonic fighter,

the Cm turbo-prop transport ad

vanced long range interceptors
and fighter bombers, and con-
struction of Texas towers off New
England. - r-T-
"There are things we have to
do, we must do regardless of the
cost," Gardner said. "We cannot:
afford to lose time in a really cri-l
tical race. You have to buv time!

with money." ii

10 WHOM II MAY CCIICERll
Effective today, Mr. Alberto, W. Koo, Jr. is no
' longer an employe of Smoot and Hunnicutt, S. A.
therefore he is no authorized to represent this
firm in any manner whatsoever.
SMOOT AND HUNNICUTT; S.A.
Coion, June 1956.

official language of Ceylon was

key plank in Bandaranaike's plat

form in tne recent eiemon. iw

mustered the eovernment majori

ty in Parliament behind the bill to

insure its passage, -Colombo
has been beset by In

termittent riots since last Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, when a Sinhalese mob attack attacked
ed attacked Tamil demonstrators staging a
ait-do"-n rike cn the steps of the

Memorial Service
Memorial' services will he
held Sunday at I p.m. at the
American Legion Elbert 8.
Wald Post No. t for the late
Robert M. Wlford, past de department
partment department commander.

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FOR SALITwa Quartermaster
twin springs and mattresses far
twia beds. CaH Balboa 2115.
FOR SALE. 25-cycla refrigere refrigere-tor
tor refrigere-tor with defroster. 9Vt cu. tt.
$50; 25-crcla 12" non-oscillating
fan $5; 25-cycla Bendix au au-tematic
tematic au-tematic washer, lika aaw $110;
double bed Hollywood, na bead bead-beard
beard bead-beard $20. Hauia 5723-B. Die Die-blear
blear Die-blear call 2-21(9.
FOR SALE: 1 tea tat, 21 -piece
.Martha Washington aattarn;
vaaatian hliarft f4 Africa via via-lata.
lata. via-lata. 0932 Amjdar M. Phaaa
2-294.
FOR SALE: Ltaving Itthmui:
" maaara livin roam tat, faarn
nibhar, Kfht aiahofaay. alattic
cavaratl; alia lampi, aa 4 tahiat,
Quartarmaatar tablas, chalrt,
chart af aawn. Call 2-2169
ar ha uta numbar 572J-I, Dia Dia-hla
hla Dia-hla FOR JALI. 195 Ztaith 2N
inch tahla maa'al TV, lika aaw,
naw aktura tuba with l-yaar
fuarairtaa. Prlca $200. 60-cyda
only, lalkea 2-6126.
FOR SALI: RCA caatela tola tola-vhian,
vhian, tola-vhian, 24-iach, mahofiny, par par-fact
fact par-fact anal fuartaraad, $275 cath.
Fkaaa lalkai 2-3172.
FOR SALE: 1956 RCA 24"
Talaviiion $225. Call CuruntV
5200.
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ifht taklaa $16 aacb, 2 ana ti tibial
bial tibial $10 aah. Ivtrythina. aaw.
Phana 4-512 Partita 5 ta 7 a.m.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator 9x10
ft., porcelain, 25-cycla, prict:
$100; Naw Heme 25-cycla alec alec-trie
trie alec-trie tawiaf maekine, aartabla,
price: $40. At hama from 12
noon ta 6 p.m. Hauta 714-1,
Balboa, Tavarailla Street.
FOR SALE: Mahoejany 4nk, 3 3-drawer
drawer 3-drawer and middle drawer, ttand
far typewriter, aaw condition,
with matching ttaol. Call Crua Crua-da
da Crua-da 4272. ?
FOR SALE: M-ft. Servel refri refrigerator,
gerator, refrigerator, electric, all-cycle, lika
new. Phona Navy 1121.
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FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet 4 4-door,
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Ava. Phona Panama 3-3477.
FOR SALE.- 1941 Mercury to to-dan,
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FOR SALE: 1952 Packard da da-luxe
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Call Albreek 72-77.
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A, 2532-A, Cocoli. Phana Navy 3121.
FOR SALE: 1951 black Pry Pry-mouth
mouth Pry-mouth Savey Station Wegen,
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. nomris, ueceasea.
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FOR SALE: Underwood type type-writer
writer type-writer 26" with capital letters
enly. "Maurer '(" Flawar Shop,.
9th St., Colon.
FOR SALE: 1 piano with bench
' Upright Harrington, food tone,
$100. Houta 5621-B, Diablo.
Phana 2-42B6.
C H I H U A H U A S, tang-haired,
breeding stack, registered!.
Phana Navy 3121.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Vacation quarters,
Paftilla, from July 7 until Sep.
tember 13: 3-bedreem concrete
house completely furnithtd. In Including
cluding Including television. Completely
anclotcd front and back patiet,
large backyard with playheuie.
Call 3-3866 after 5 p.m. $145
par meath. : ..
FOR RENT. Small chalet. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-2717 ar 3-2709. :
ATTENTION G.l.t: 4 room, 1
bedroom furnished coHag far
rant. Inauira at Hillcrest, 1 Vl
miles beyond Atraijan Check
Station.' v'v ;;"
FOR RENT: w Madam duplex
'semi-chalet; two bedrooms; (we
bathroemt, hot water. Alhambra
Apartments, Telephone 1386,
Colon. ,.-,. vm.U,.
FOR RENT Modern chalet: S
badroomt, living 6V dining room,
2 porches, largo kitchen, bath bathroom,,
room,, bathroom,, hot water, maid's roam
with bathroom. Inquire Via Par Par-rat
rat Par-rat 91-B. ... .r
TO SELL OR RENT: Furdiihed
chalet or unfurnished: 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 batht, hot water,' liv living
ing living and dining ream, 2 porches,
kitchen, pantry, bar, maid's
room with bath, laundry, garage,
private parking, yard with fruit
trees Phana 3-1382.
Position Offered
AMERICAN COMPANY seeks
single Anglo-American for peti petition
tion petition entailing International trav travel.
el. travel. No selling. Write: American
Company, co P.O. Box 134,
Panama, giving business expori-
enca and education,
WANTED: Warehouseman,
axparianced In heavy equipment
parts, knawladga of Kardex. Sal Salary
ary Salary $200. Panama Personnel 6
Secretarial Bureau, Juste Aroso Aroso-mena
mena Aroso-mena Ava. Na. 34-38. Phano 3 3-1466.
1466. 3-1466. Tubes
TIRES
TUBELESS

RESORTS

BEACHSIDE vacatioo Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable heutas.
Phana Thompson Balboa 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach haute. One mile past Ca-
sina. Balboa 1866
PHILLIPS Oceoaside Cetttoee,
Santa Clara. Box 435, Belboe,
Phana Panama 3-1877. Crista
bol 3-1673.
, Spend yeur weak ends at Ria
Mar, the best bathing beach in
tha Republic, with all conve conveniences.
niences. conveniences. Moderate prices. Tha
new management hi anxiaua to
, serve you.
FOR: RENT
Apartments
ATTENTION G. LI Just built
madam furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold wttot,
Phana Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, private entrance. Love Lovely
ly Lovely residential section. Large liv living
ing living room, dining room, two bad bad-rooms,
rooms, bad-rooms, two baths, maid's .quar .quarters,
ters, .quarters, locked garage. Call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-0873 between 12-2.
FOR RENT: Furnished, screen screened,
ed, screened, inspected 2-bedreom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, hot water, good location,
suitable for two couples $100.
Via Perras 82. Phono Panama 3 3-6115.
6115. 3-6115.
FOR. RENT: Have caal com comfortable
fortable comfortable two-bedroom apartment
in Bella Vista. Willing share with
gentleman ar couple Telephono
3-1589,
FOR RENT: Modern apartment.
Exclusive residential section.
Well ventilated. Large porch,
living roam, dining roam, 2 bad bad-reams,
reams, bad-reams, bathroom, kitchen, laun laundry
dry laundry raom, garage. Hat water
throughout. Water heater fur furnished.
nished. furnished. Screened. Far informa information
tion information and appointment call Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-1650.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment $50. North
' American neighbors, regular
transportation. Phono 3-0471.
' FOR RENTr 2-bedreom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,,
f kitchen. 13th Street No. 16, San
Francisco, Via Perras. Phono 3-
2457.".. ;';' -'.- ..
FOR RENT: Bast located ana ana-ream
ream ana-ream furnished apartment. Clean
; and Independent. 43rd Street
No. 13.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, maid's ream,
2 baths, sitting dining ream,
kitchen, parch, garage $110.00,
at axclutiva "El Cangrejo", G
StjraeswNe. 2, Sea Da Castro,
Pnone 1-1616. Ave. B 9-42.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, maid's ream,
2 batht, sitting dining room,
: kitchen, porch, garage $100.00
at Bella Vista, N. Obarrie Street
No. 23, near "El Baturra." Sao
Do Castro. Phono 2-1616. Ave.
B 9-42.
FOR RENT: Small furnished a a-partmant
partmant a-partmant near American Embas Embassy.
sy. Embassy. Phana 3-3467.
FOR RENT: Furnished opart opart-htent
htent opart-htent $60. Via Porrat 101, Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-2568
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment:
ment: apartment: 3 bedrooms, living room,
dining room, maid's raom, 3
bathrooms, garage. 46th Street
No. 1-70. Phono 2-1477, 3 3-0709.
0709. 3-0709. FOR RENT: 2-bedreem apart apartment,
ment, apartment, tcreanad, living dining
room $60. Belisario Perras Na.
56. Kay apartment Na. 2. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-2316, 3-0234.
FOR RENT: Now modern a a-partmentt,
partmentt, a-partmentt, hot water, 2 bad bad-rooms,
rooms, bad-rooms, madam closets, 1 bath,
living-dining room, balcony, big
kitchen, maid's ream with oath,
laundry, all wired, caal, private
parking. Phano 3-1382.
FOR RENT i)-v'-2;.
bedroom apartment, corner, with
large balcany, best location, Tel-'''
ophono 3-0934.
FOR RENT; Attractive very
modem two-bedroom opartment,
maid's raom with bathroom, front
terrace, hat water, heater. Near
Hotel El Panama. $110- Call 3-
"0972. -'.v. ,:
FOR RENT: Attractive apart apartment
ment apartment in front Hotel El Panama.
"Mercedes Building." Living Living-dining
dining Living-dining room, bedroom, etc. Quiet
neighborhood. Refer Fete Hal Hal-con,
con, Hal-con, same vicinity. Phone 3 3-1179
1179 3-1179 or 3-6082.
I FOR RENT: Apartments S40
and $25. Jose Agustia Arango
Street No. 50-1 OA. Inquire same
address. Apt. 12 or 7th Street
No. 3, Parque Lefevre.
FOR RENT. Nicely furnished
apartment, including refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, perch, parlor-dining roam,
bod room, kitchen. All screened.
$55. Apply 112 Via Belisario
Porraa, near SAS Store.

FOR RENT: Furnished apart
meirta, $65 and $55. Military
inspected. Via Perras 99. Phano
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and Debbie REYNOLDS
to
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ALL THAT HEAVEN ALLOWS
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Li I by Enkia Johnson Jl 1

HOLLYW

HOLLYWObD (NEA) Close Close-ups
ups Close-ups and Longshots: Don Ameche's
return to Hollywood after 10 years
he's on the stage here in the

touring "Silk Stockings" com companydoesn't
panydoesn't companydoesn't mean a return to
.movies. "I have no Hollywood, am ambitions
bitions ambitions today," says Don, who
, zoomed to movie stardom in the
mid-30's. Even the forthcoming
movie version of "Silk Stockings,"
which is a musical wsion of the
! movie f"Ninotchka," didn't inter-
Jest him.' "It would "have" been a
.'natural,".' .he' says, ."forJFjrjnk
Sinatra
But Fred Astaire was MGM's
idea of better casting.
Ameche says, he'll continue to
reside in New York and concen concen-trate
trate concen-trate on light opera, television and
Broadway, shows.. ;'s Mjiy-;
"The tuster '. Keaton Story,"
film .biography .of .Hollywood's
arlv-dav comedian, won't pull

any punches. As Bustar, Donald
O'Connor will deadpan his way

thrauoh 17 of KOSton'S CUSSiC

comedy routines and through

his "alcohol problem."
Dlghinf out the facts as tech-

' nicar adviser will be Buster, now
60, and recently, recovered from
a serious illness. He's collecting

$50,000 .for the atory and his ad

Marilyn Monro and Sir Lau.
' rence Olivier will share the top
. .... urnl Dmha, '

DIUing on : ine oieepiuB jtui.
U.S. audiences will read Marilyn's
name first-tbe other way around
in England. . Milton's Berle's
description of Phil Silvers "This
year's ME.'V . Mona Freeman
and David Schine are dating again
. . "Big Town," the Mark Stev Stevens
ens Stevens show, fades from NBC-TV at
the end of the current season. .
Humphrey Bogart is 25 pounds
lighter since that serious esopha esophagus
gus esophagus operation. But X-ray treat treat-i
i treat-i ments to insure the success of the
surgery have been completed and
he plans a return to movies this
summer,
ni. n. Oh.' vot.

I A new telefilm series headed for
cameras here will feature kid jc jc-tors
tors jc-tors In takeoffs en established TV
ShOWS. ft. ...-..
- .Title of the first one; J'Tbe $6

000 Jelly Bean."

The writer, Al Martin, once knives.

wrote the "Our Gang" comedies

for Hal Roach. There will be

Dragnet in the series IF Jack

Webb flashes the green light on

a pint-sized Friday.

THE VVITNET:"-. Jack Douglas

says he s training a falcon to

bring downfElvi Presley."

NOT IN THI SCRIPT Walter
O'Kfefe, celebrating 50 years In
show business: "In my salad days

as a comic all you-had to do to

ride higiuand wide .was te tickle

their funny bonet. New you ye

gotta reach Inte their hearts,"
THIS IS HOLLYWOOD. MRS.

JONES: A movie queen's idea of

a laugh at a baby shower: A hired

for-the-occasion midget popping
out of a gift-wrapped box and

yelling, "Mother!',. ..

. Hollywood's Second generation

still continues to get into the act.

Now it's nine-year -old Jody Wil

liams, daughter of Barbara Hale

and Bill Williams, making her
screen debut in "The Oklahoman."
Previously -, announced: r Alan
Ladd's r nine-year-old David in
"Buffalo Grass" and Ray Milland's
15-year-old Danny in "Stockade."

It's a switch on new faces new

faces with old names.

Spike Jones' wall about today's

craty rock 'n' roll music:

"Everything today is so craty
I can't find anvthlna that sounds

different. I may have te go classi

cal."
The Hans Dittisheim. young fi

nancial wizard reported to be the

eventual buver of Republic Mm

studio,' is a former Hollywood bit

player, i He s a partner- in the

brokerage house of Cantor-Fitzgerald.
. I No complaints from
Joan Caulfield about her new tele

film contract. She'll collect $5,000

a week for 39 weeks. P - -Harrv
Owens is gambling $100,

000 of his own money in a tele telefilm
film telefilm series about the South Pacific
he's been singing about ofr so long
. "The Adventures of Jim
Bowie" are headed for TV screens

in a" filmed series.- Oh; no. Now

the kids will be throwing Bowie

8 10 kcs.r Panama City
Telephone 2-3066
PRESENTS

- Today, Friday, June 1J
P .M. -4:00
Feature Review

4:30 What's Your Favorite tre-i
quests taken by phone;
till 3:00) .- i
5:30 News 1 i
5:35 What's Your Favorite
(cont'd) i
6:00 Allen Jackson,, Commen-j
" tary I

8:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Your Dancing party
6:45 M ELACHR INO MUS1-

CALE (Nescafe)
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report from US.
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Short Story Theater
9:00 You Asked For It (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
: till 7:30)

10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
12:00 Sign Off.

Tmorrow, Staturday, June 16

A.M.
6:00 Sign On Alarm ClocS
Club (requests taken
' by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Jazz Salon
8:15 The Christophers
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News
9:15 Bonjour Mesdames
9:30 As I See It
10:00-News

10:05 Spins And Needles (re-

; v quests taken by phone

. till 8:30)
11:00 News

11:05 Spins And Needles

" (cont'd)
11:30 Journey Into Space
12:00 Nev. I

P.M. i f

Our

Donegan

SERVICE CENTER

THEATERS TONIGHT!

BALBOA

;20 6:30 :

and '. ..

TOMORROW

(Saturday)

15 4:25 6:35 1:45

12:30 New Tune time

! 1:00 New v

l;l5U-Serenade In BIup -1:30
Wayne King Serenade
2:00 Old New Orleans!
2:15 Rhythm And Reason
2:30 Paris Star Time r.
3:00 Concert On The Mall
3 : 30 Music For Saturday
4:00 Feature Review ; e

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

till 3:00)
5:30 News

8:35-What's Your Favorite

(cont'd)
6:00 Guest Star

6;15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Manhattan Melodies.
6:45 Dolt Yourself,
7:00 Much-Binding -7:30
VOA Report from V.S

8:00-Saturday Night Dancing

8:30 Educating Archie
9:00-Your Hit Parade -9:30
Ray's A Laugh

10:00 Music From Hotel El Pan

ama-.'' .1-

10 : 30 Owl's Nest (reauests

lanen py pnone tnrough

uui prugram;
1:00 a.m. Sunday sign Off.
Off

If

9 i

- t

HARK YE THE MARQUEE The provocative, doubte bill at
a Saranac Lake, N.Y- movie theater brought in the fans in
droves. Theater manager "Tony" Anderson swears that the
u ording was accidental and not deliberately designed to gain
fiee publicity for the show.

Pineau Orders
Sveeping Shakeup

In Foreign Service

PARIS, June 15 (UP) The So
cialist-led French Cabinet has ord

ered a sweeping shakeup in the
diplomatic service to bring young younger
er younger men into top Foreign Ministry

pusia.

The shuffle, biggest since the
end of World War II, will affect

aey Home posts, the Washington
Embassy, the United Nations del

egation leadership and a number

of European Embassies.

A four-hour Cabinet meeting de decreed
creed decreed the changes at the urgine

of Socialist Foreign Minister

Uimuan fineau.

The shakeup upset long French
tradition that the nation's short

lived Cabinets should not tamper
with the career administration
service. It was ordered, despite
loud protests from center and right
wing parties and newspapers.
' The re-shuffle, however, was not
expected to result in any changes
in France's pro. Western foreign po-

ucy. :

Under the reorganization, Ber Bernard
nard Bernard Cormit-Gentil, 40-year-old gov governor
ernor governor of French West Africa was
named chief of the French perma permanent
nent permanent delegation to the U.N., suc succeeding
ceeding succeeding Herve Alphant, 49.
Alphand Is scheduled to go to
Washington to succeed Maurice

Couve De Murville as ambassa ambassador.
dor. ambassador. De Murville has been nora

inated as ambassador to West

Germany.
Named to the top Foreign Min Ministry
istry Ministry post is Louis Jose, 55-year-

old ambassador to Bonn. He will

replace the current Secretary Gen

eral. Rene Massigli, 68, placed on

"r DICK KLEINER I American folk-song

NF.w YORK (NEA)' An old years -ago on an English album

oy an tnsn.cngiisn jazz Danjo
player, has become one of the

Death pi Teenagers
Drowned In Potomac
Under Police Probe

ACROSS
1 Baked
Virginia
4 Deeds
8 Erect

12 Malt beverage

Throw
6 Gauze
7 Female
saint (ab.l
8 High tribunals
S Discord

goddess

l3berveineiao.c10Cent 1nt
14 Heraldic band T

He fought to win the htart
of ike most facinalint Wv
in Franct-f or another man!

big spring hits here. "Rock Island

Line just proves that when

whackier happenings happen,
they'll happen in the record busi business;
ness; business; . .. -,

Lonnie Donnegan is probably

more surprised than anyone.

when he made "Rock Island
Line" in 1954, he never thought

much about it.

"I've been a banjo and guitar

player in English jazz bands for
some years," says the dark dark-haired,
haired, dark-haired, slim singer. "I began sing

ing American folk songs as a spe- La Both annkre tlv
cialty number and people seemed'1,, 8", w PPareiltly
nl. k.m r.r.rfn.iw it a m.t i d of drowning.

ol nana. . it. ij c-,.

So he recorded an albumful.

Donegan explains that albums "Sir "e
aren't as big in England as here.'P' ""hough neither bo-y
so the song didn't attract much howed signs of outward vio vio-attention.
attention. vio-attention. Then it came out as a ience- I
single. '.'" I BntK ku. tr,...A -i

"My clientele," he says, usina ""e uiiu nt,

what must be the English werd Ppmts nere tne water ru-s
. f ".ii h.uah humu cose to State Route 287. Mary-

they like me. It get a few plugs 'a"o poace were cnec&mg a re re-m
m re-m rc md w war b." iPort that the girls wtre ssun

. v y fj)
mm

M-e-M mum

Sir Walter Stelt s

The Adventures ef
Qucntiiv
purrard
in OnimaScopi MD IN COiON

ROBERT TAYLOR
KAYKEKDALL

DIABLO HTS. 6:15 k 8:05
Randolph Scott
"A LAWLESS STREET
Ten-thirty show tonight
"THE MAD MAGICIAN"
Saturday-; m:
-Strange lady In Town'

GAMBOA 7:00
William Campbell
Mamie Van Doren
Keenan Wynn
"RUNNING WILD"
Saturday -"A
Lawless Street"

GATUN 7:00
Fred MacMurray
Charlton Heston
Donna Reed u
"THE FAR HORIZONS"
Saturday
"It Should Happen To You'

MARGARITA 8:15 t 7:55
Judy Holliday -Jack
Lemmon -"IT
SHOULD HAPPEN
TO YOU"
Ten-thirty show tonight
"Creature With The Atom
, Brain". t 3
Saturday :
"Three Stripes lit The San

CRISTOBAL 8:15 & 7:55
Charles Drake
Karln Booth k
"TABOR, THE GREAT"
Saturday
"Lucy Gallant"

PARAISO (:15 Ic 8:18
"Hell's Island"

LA BOCA 7:08
"Naked Alibi"
"Night Monster"

SANTA CRUZ 8:15 k 8:00
"The Plame"

CAMP BIERD 8:15 ft 8:20
The Seven Little Fays'

BALBOA

SUNDAY
and
MONDAY

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Mil st
ski

If

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SUSAN KAYVVARD

LEESBURG. Va., June 13 (UP)

Pnlice toriav Investigated the

recorded two, death, of two teen-age girls

whose nude ocaies were iounai
10 miles apart in the Potomac!

River.

The second body was discov discovered
ered discovered jestfrday by a fishermin
in a shallow part of the Poto Potomac.
mac. Potomac. The first body, found Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, was tentatively Identified
as that of Mary Elizabeth Feller.
19, of Beltsville, Md. The body
found yesterday was tentatively
identified as that of shcloy
Jean Venable, 16, of North Lau Laurel.
rel. Laurel. Md.
Both airls disappeared June 1

from their homes in Washing-

15 Paving
substance
U Allegation.
18 Accompanies
20 Comforted
21 Dessert is
served at the
meal's
22 Employs
24 Month

26 Small ball
27 Damage
30 Wild ass
32 Bridge holding
34 Harangue
35 Revised
i 36 Pigpen
37 Fathers
39 Hardy heroine
s 40 Portend
41 Through
42 Eagle's nest
45 Tales
49 PUS
51 Exist r
? 52 Mark
53 Ancient Syria
54 Falsehood
" 55 Writing fluids
56 Cape
- 57 Indian vt'
DOWN
1 Detest
2 Sad cry
3 Hired
4 Certificate
of merit

17 Thatched '
19 Russian lake
23 Cloys
24 Brief notes
25 Entity
26 and
butter
27 Fabrics
28 Playing cards

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29 Communists 43 Fouto-eaung
SI Taro roots country
33 Saltpeter 44 and file
38 Wish for 46 Musical
40 Twining plants syllables
41 Rhymes 47 Great Lake

42Gudrun s 48Foreteuer

husband

50 Cooking vessel-

entering a blue sedan on the day

they disappeared.

The strangest part of the whole

affair, to Donegan, is that it be became
came became a hit in America.

Now I know why. Nobody knows!

Prices For

here about an American musician

wno is iremenoousiy pupiuar m

England. And they've never neara

of him.

"For instance, what do v you
think of George Lewis? See you
never heard of him. He's a great

New Orleans jazt clarinetist. Ev

erybody in England knows mm,
but nobody here. And he's the

best."
Doneean himself answers the

obvious question how come an

Englishman, is so keen on Amer

ican folk musiC7 very sirapiy.
"I always have been," he says.

.SHORT PLAYINOs Wing Rec

2nd Time In Month
NEW: YORK, June 15 (UP)

Wholesale coffee prices were in increased
creased increased three cents a pound today
in a move that was expected to
bring higher costs, to consumers

within a week or 10 days.

Three coffee processors annotinc-J

ed the increase, the second in less
than a month. Wholesale prices al also
so also were raised from two to four
cents a pound on May 21.
Trade circles said the current
boost was' caused, by the higher

prices American .processors : were

imm. nt bia- break tnis sum

mer she'll be the featured girl

vocalist in the Copacabana's sum-

Nuts went to $107 and Savarin,
made by E. A. Schonbrunn a Co.,!
to the same price I
Price increases of as much as

eight cents on a 6-ounce jar also
appeared to be on the way for in instant
stant instant cofee o i the wholesale level.

ora ne star, 'lovely Dotti Mtpayjng;for cofee bean in Latin

America.
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mer producuon . ,".yu w"u wholesale price for Maxwell House

to.reuve mose goou om uja to 51.02 a pound, mock run O

Grace Reiiy marneu rrmw
ier, a new Epic record should
help you. Lester Lanin's new al album"
bum" album" was taped at the Monte
Carlo Ball for the couple. Inci Inci-dentally,
dentally, Inci-dentally, Lanin plays 27 standards
without a break . Want to feel
old? Maxina Sullivan is celebrat celebrating
ing celebrating her 20th anniversary as a pro

singer.
Ray Hamilton's "retirement"
from show business Is perplexing.
Officially, he's suffering from
pneumonia, with doctors reported
to believe he'll be good as new in
six to eight weeks. Also, he s said
to be going back to his first love,
P HUmmanager, Bill Cook, says he
thinks maybe he can persuade
Roy to change his mind and come
back to show business..
If this is the whole story, how
come all the fuss about a per permanent
manent permanent retirement?

DICK'S PICKS: Teresa Brew-
Ann it aeain.o with A

I Sweet Old-Fashioned Girl'' ( Cor Cor-,.n
,.n Cor-,.n Others: "Shangri-La" (June

Valll, RCA); "Das 1st Musik
(Bill Heyea, Cadence); ."Rollin
the Boogie" (Dick Hy man Trio,
MGM); "Tell Me Why",
Storm, Dot); ''B&ou Chant'
dy Bregman, RCA), wy n
geon's Gone" (The Five Keys,
Caoltol); "Ev'ry Night AboW This

;Time" (The Diamonds, .mercury;

"Sometime" i n
MGM); "Intrigue" (The Barry

album! topped by

the' magnificent Verve ettort

"Ella Fitxergeraio oiugs
Porter Song' Book;" Decca ha.
"Starring A Hibbler;" Kathyna
R;S.ings "Love in Three .Li
euaees" (RCA); Jenl James has
?.V?.g.rr ( MGM): fine

Italian songs on ''Souv'mr of
alv" with Uge Callse (Angel.)
Two fine and contrasting
new organ albums in the classi classical
cal classical field. Richard e"r
MGM Plays Michael Car
J.cnriBtime Suite." And Vlrgl

a JAniel) has a magniiicem

assortment ol Bach works on ms
latest effort.

i ran i w mm

Mr. Five-by-Flve's
Under Indiclmenl
For Fraud In IIY
CHICAGO,' June 13 (UP) Hy Hy-man
man Hy-man Trughman, alias Harry Les Lester,
ter, Lester, known here as "Mr. Five-by-Five,"
was indicted by a federal
grand jury yesterday on charges
of defrauding a New York import importer
er importer of $5,500.
The indictment was returned un under
der under a 1952 statute which made it
a federal offense to use interstate
communications such as telegraph
or telephone in perpetrating a
fraud.
Trughman has been under In.
dlctment at Buffalo, N. Y., on
charges of defrauding a bank of
$30,000. He had a Chicago reputa reputation
tion reputation as a lavish spender, addicted

to $100 tips in wide swinging

sweeps through the night ciuo
belt. : ...

Martha Raye Heads
For Miami Divorce
From Fifth Spouse
NEW YORK, June 15 (UP) -Martha
Raye has left for Miami
Beach to get a divorce.
The comedienne also said she
was happy to get away from Con Connecticut
necticut Connecticut after three fires end an
alienation of affections suit there
in the past two years.
"The state of Connecticut," Miss
Raye said, "is just not lucky for,
me." i
On her way to Miami Beach to
get a divorce from actor Ed Beg.
ley, her fifth husband. Miss Raye
said she intended to sell ber West West-port,
port, West-port, Conn., home.
She said her attorney in Miami
Beach, Shirley Woolf, filed for the
divorce a week ago. Miss Raye is
a legal resident of Florida and ex expects
pects expects to get the divorce next week.

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WIVES OF THREE USARCARIB COMMANDER S-Mrs. John J. Davis, Mrs. Iionel C. McGarr
in I ml ".Gtiw Perez, met recently at a reception hold by Governor of Colon Jos Mana
Gonzalez.Th Governor held the reception in honor of Genwal McGarr ana colonel jjavw,
VS. Armv Caribbean School Commandant.

SALVADOREAN AMBASSADOR AND MRS. FRANCISCO
LINO OSEGUEDA HONOR DISTINGUISHED VISITORS
The Ambassador at El Salvador and Mrs. Francisco Lino Ose Ose-'fued
'fued Ose-'fued entertained last nifht with a dinner at the Embassy Re.
sidence in honor of the heads of the Salvadorean Air Force Mil Million
lion Million now vlsitinf the Isthmus as quests of the U.S. Airforce at
Albrc-. ., 1
. Those who attended were the Commander in Chief of the
National Guard, Bolivar Valiarino and Mrs. Vallarino; Venezuelan
Ambassador. Huro Chalbaud Cardena and Mrs. Cardena;. Ecua

dorian Ambassador, Hugo Moncayo and Mrs. Moncoyo; Uruguayan
Ambassador, Felix Poller! and Mrs. Polleri; Director of "La Hora",
Cot. Julio E. Briceno; President of the Sindicate of Journalists,
Jorge Ramirez; Mr. and Mrs. Rogelio Alfaro, and the guests of
Ihoaor, Col. Frederick W. Ott and Major A. Fox, of the Air Force

;MiKra of El Salvador.

'Ecuadorian Ambassador
Givv Lunchoon

The Ecuadorian Ambassador
Tlufio Moncayo. viu host at a

incheon today at noon at the Em
hassy in honor of Col. R. Fernan

'z Chief of the Ecudorian Air
Fonce who is on the Isthmus to at-

nnd the. graduation of Ecuado

riaa Officers from the Latin A.

mencan
brook.

Military School at Al

Leaves For Miami

Panama. Raton Will. Is giving

farewell dinner at the Union Club

tomorrow night in honor of Mr.
Jack Baugh who is leaving to take
up his new post as Coordinator for

Point Dour in Bolivia.
Entertain For Distinguished

Vir

The Chilean Ambassador Enri

que Laereze and Mrs. -Lagreze

entertained with a dinner party at

the Embassy Residence last night
in honor of General Diego Ba Barrios
rrios Barrios Ortiz, Commander in Chief of

th Chilean Air Force, who is vis

iting here as a guest of the Carib

bean Air Command, at AlbrooK,
LunehMn-

Minister of Agriculture and
rnmmprre. Isnacio Molino was

host at a luncheon at the U n i o n

lJ!J&J&&jaZc a small group

Alberto Boyd and Mrs. Boyd have

left for Miami on a short vacation

trip, ..' '-
Fareweir Dinner
The Director of Point Four in

CARD OF THANKS
I wish to express my sincere appreciation to our
many friends for their sympathy and flowers
during the recent illness and death of my beloved
wife Bertha Cute.
FRANK CUTE.

MISS MARIE DI BELLA has
graduated ; from PAA's "Fin "Finishing
ishing "Finishing School of the Air," and
Is now a full fledged steward stewardess
ess stewardess with the Latin American
Division of Pan American
World Airways. C u r r e ntly
based in Miami,' she Is flying
to various Latin American
countries. Miss Di Bella is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.
K. di Bella of Ancon, canal
, : v Zone. .-:.',.:,,..

coming marriage of their dmivh.

ter, Olive to John Winthrop Ryan

of Balboa, Canal Zone.. The wed wedding
ding wedding will take place at St. Pat Patrick's
rick's Patrick's Church, Soho Square, Lon

don, England, on June 17th. Mr.

Ryan, who is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Ryan of Los Rios, at attended
tended attended the Canal Zone Schools and

is a graduate of Balboa High
School, class of '35. Mr. Ryan is

stationed at present with the Ma Marine
rine Marine Corps in London.

Cocktail Party

in, and Mrs. Oclavio Fahresa

will entertain this evening at their

A concert by two vounr kt-

gentine musicians from the Bue

nos Aires Symphony Orchestra

wm be given tonight at the Pan Panama
ama Panama National Theater.

The artists are Efrain Guisui

a clarinetist and Gerardo Levy,

a uaunss, wno were each award

ed US. scholarships ior further

stuay in Boston. i

Tickets for the concert at $1

and $1.50 are available at the

box office. The concert will start

at 8 p.m. r

WEEKEND
PLEASURE...

of friends.

Leaves For Lea Angelas
Mrs. Hilda Miller, former Isth

mian resident, left yesterday

morning for Los Angeles after
soending several weeks here as

the suest of her brother-in law

and sister Mr. ana Mrs. xv uaonei

Duque. Mrs. Miller is the wife of

Ora Miller, lormeriy empioyea

with the Panama Canal. Mr. and

Mrs. Miller have been residing in

Los Angeles vf or the past few
years.

Engagement And
Wedding Announcement

Mr. and Mrs. John Hutnan of

Edmonton; ; Alberta, Canada have
announced the engagement and

at Panama's social center:

BELLA VISTA ROOM
i "Superlative" is the word
for an evening dining
and dancing in our elegant
'. airconditioned rqotn to music
by Clarence Martin's Orchestra.'

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COME TO
SANTA CLARA!
ENJOY
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V CLIMATE
AND MORE HOURS
OF CLEAR BRIGHT

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Panama's Most Beautiful
'r Beach Community

SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCE
11:30 a.m. 3:30 p.m.
, airconditioned Balboa Room.
Enjoy our popular breakfasts breakfasts-lunch
lunch breakfasts-lunch menu with choice
of complimentary; cocktail.
Music by Lucho Ascarraga at the or organ.
gan. organ. Entertainment by Eric the Great
balloon man and magician.

George Godoy Trio midnight to
4:30 a.m. Fridays & Saturdays
Cli.b 4:30

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From Argentina

Performing Tonight

new-address in EI Cangrejo, with n Ymmn kiiiflmne
a cocktail party in honor of Miss Z TOUnQ lYlUSICIOnS

the former Peruvian Ambassador
to Panama who is visiting on the

Isthmus.
Handkerchief Shower
Mrs. Orville Jones of Coco So Solo
lo Solo entertained at her home with a

handkerchief shower in honor of

Mrs. John L. Sugar and Mrs. Char Charlotte
lotte Charlotte Larson who are leaving in
the near future for the States.
Farewell Dinner For,
Mr. And Mrs. John L. Sugar

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Sugar

were honored with a farewell din

ner party held at the Cristobal

Yacht Club by Mr. and Mrs. Wil William
liam William CasswelL CasswelL-Thnse
Thnse CasswelL-Thnse who attended were Dr.

and Mrs. Willerd French, and Mr.

and Mrs. Finley Meehan.
Mr. and Mrs. Sugar accompa accompanied
nied accompanied bv their son Mark, are leav

ing tomorrow on a vacation trip

in he gnent in Washington. D. C.

Westfieid, New Jersey and ia Des

Mninos -Inwa. where they will vis

it Mrs. Suear's mother. The Su

gars will motor to Winter Park,
Florida, to enroll son Mark in
Rollins College before returning to
the Isthmus.
Sailing On Vacation
nan nf the Canal Zone Junior

Cnilpfre and Mrs. Roger C. Hack-

ett who are sailing tomorrow a a-board
board a-board the SS "Panama" accompa accompanied
nied accompanied by their daughter, will return
in the fall, accompanied by Mrs.
Hackett's cousin, Miss Mary, Ruth
Starlin of Raleigh, North Caroli-
(Continued on Page )
PEPTIC ULCER NEWS

SAN FRANCSCO (UP)

Th nrtisDcct of imnroved treat

ment for peptic ulcer is offered by

new nerve-blocking arugs, accora accora-imr
imr accora-imr tn nr. J. Alfred Rider, medi

cal professor at the University of

riiifnrnia'i Medical Center here.

The new drugs are called anti

cholinergic.

Acfion On Civil Rights Bill

Gets Rules Committee Okay

GUIGUI

WASHINGTON. June 15,(UP)

ine House Rules Committee re

belled against chairman Howard
Smith (U-Va.) yesterday and vot voted
ed voted S to 4 to act next Thursday on
President Eisenhower's civil
rights bill.-

After its bitterest nubhc wrangle

in years, the committee also voted

to 3 to take further testimony

next Tuesday on the lone-stalled

si.6 Duuon school construction bul.

The measure has been stalled m

the committee because of a threat

by Rep. Adam Clayton Powell,

Democratic Negro congressman
from New York, to tack on an a-

mendment to deny aid to states do-

tying ue school integration order.

In a related development, Rep.

can Vinson (D-tta.) introduced a
bill too verturn the court's decision.

It would prohibit the high- court

from reviewing any decision which

has been in eilect for SO years or
more without specific permission

from Congress.

The rules group acts as sort of a

traffic cop m sending legislation

to tne uouse uoor.

The i to 4 split in Hw dhewdown

indicated the civil rights mea

sure would win rules committee

approval next week. It also was

ing Rep. Richard Boiling (D-Md.)
and other members sparking the
revolt

The civil rights bill -would cre create
ate create a civil riehts division in the

Justice Department, establish a

presidential commission on civil -rights
and provide new legal safe-'
guards to protect minority voting -rights.
- -. ..
The legislation was aoDroved bv

the House Judiciary Committee last

montn and has been awaiting rules
committee clearance since May 22.
House GOP leader Joseph W.
Martin, Jr., and Democratic lead leader
er leader John W. McCormack indicated
in advance they would support any
effort to get the legislation to the
House floor. ;
Boiling brought up the civil rights
biU during a public committee
hearing on a farm credit bill.
Smith remarked that he was will willing
ing willing to talk about civil rights le legislation
gislation legislation at any time..
"This afternoon?" asked Boiling.
Smith said no, not this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Boiling said that in view of
Smith's attitude, he would have to
insist that the committee act on
his motion to take up the bill. -
"The purpose of this whole thing
I started to say conspiracy but I

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4U Dual. kjtWHM vn ... wui.ui EhV,ku.-
the benate, however, .h.n nf ,,. .:.,.

During the course of the angry w ii

ZI-'J o such unprecedented

first used-- and then withdrew

the word "conspiracy" in assail-

ENSIGN John I. Allgaier (a (a-bove)
bove) (a-bove) of Cristobal was among
the 87 young men to graduate
last week from the Maine Mar Maritime
itime Maritime Academy in Castine, Me.,
as licensed officers In the U-S.
merchant marine as third as assistant
sistant assistant engineers or third
mates. Allgaier, like the oth others,
ers, others, received a commission as
ensign in the U.S. Naval Re Reserve
serve Reserve and a degree as bachelor
or marine science.

, COME TO OUR
FATHER'S DAY
SPECIAL! ;
NECKTIES and

SOCKS

T

which will please every
DAD! A "Just unpacked
assortment ot lovely
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1st Quality NYLON
STRETCH SOCKS. Every Everything
thing Everything priced way... way
down foe this wonderful
i occasion. .'

MORRISON'S
Opposite the Ancon P. O.

mac? joaom

rjii

You can havo golden-brown, fluffy-light pan pancakes
cakes pancakes whenever yoo want them now that Aunt
Jemima pancake mix ia packed in the new her hermetically
metically hermetically sealed tin! In the tin. Aunt Jemima
keeps fresh MtflnUdf. It's always pure and
iq to you can keep a supply handy all the time.

Whatever the oceaaion Sunday morning breakfasts, holiday,
or "snack tunes'' and especially on Fridays and other meatleas
days during the year, your whole family will enjoy a special
treat with Aunt Jemima pancake. So quick and easy to nuke
. so appetising and fluffy-tight every time!
Buy a tia of Aunt Jemima pancake mix todayhelp yourself
to GOOD eating!

Upholds

Penlecosla! Church

folds Evangelistic

Service Tonight

The Pentecostal Faith Church

Of God, Chorrillo, will hold a
special evangelistic service this

evening at 7:30. Featured on the

service will be three missionary
evangelists : from the United
States,' representing; the United
Pentecostal Council of the As Assemblies
semblies Assemblies of Cod, inc.; who are
on a five-day visit to the Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, They will visit several lo local
cal local churches before continuing

tneir tour around tne carlo-

bean.

The service will include lively

choruses and songs along with
the experiences of : these evan

gelists. i

Court Of Appeals

s Dismissal

0U.$.D::!:-:t

WASHINGTON, June IS (UP)

The U. S. Court of Appeals yester yesterday
day yesterday upheld the State Department's
1951 dismissal of veteran diplomat
John Stewart Service. But it agreed
he should be clared of all disloyal disloyalty
ty disloyalty charges.' t: ;v'AV"-'

A three-judge appeals panel un unanimously
animously unanimously sustained the June 30,
1955. finding of. federal Judge Ed

ward M. Curran that Service's fir

ing was legal, but that all reflec reflections
tions reflections against his loyalty should be
taken out of the publie record.
C E. Rhetts, Service's attorney,
promptly announced that he will

take the cast to the Supreme Court

Service, a veteran of is years
in the diplomatic service, was one

of the first State Department tar targets
gets targets of Sen. Joseph R., McCarthy

(R-Wis.), who charged mm witn
pro-Communist bias during his di diplomatic
plomatic diplomatic hitch in ChinaHe denied

the charge. -Then
Secretary of State Dean

Acheson fired the China-born dip

lomat in 1951. after the Loyalty
Review Board of the Civil Service

Commission ruled there was a

"reasonable doubt" about his loy

alty. He previously was cleared by

tne department s own loyany noaru

Tooth Doodlers'

Need Dental Care

SYRACUSE. N. Y. (UP)

Persons who constantly run their
tongues through their mouths or

grind their teeth are "tooth, doo

dlers" and should see a dentist,

the New York State Dental As

sociation was told.
Dr. Milton Charen of Philadel

phia told the group's annual con

vention that "tootn dooming" is a
sign teeth are out of line and

may cause tnem to loosen in tne
rams. He said gum disorders

cause more than SO per cent of

the trouble requiring teeth to be

pulled.

Smith said he resented Boiling's

action at a public hearing. Rep.
William Colmer (D-Miss.)r an another
other another feo of the bill, termed Boli-
lag's move a "slap in the face",
to the chairman.
Smith conceded he was outvoted -and
told members they could "run
ito ver", him if they wished. But
he warned that "the chairman of
this committee has certain privi privileges
leges privileges and prerequisites you can't
take away from him, and they will s
be exercised to the fullest extent."
By unanimous consent, all ; con-. ,.
cerned agreed to move their quar quarrel
rel quarrel behind closed doors. Smith dis dismissed
missed dismissed the witnesses waiting to
testify on the farm credit bill.
"This was none of my doing'
he said.. .-. '...
; The quarrel continued for an another
other another 15 minutes behind closed -doors;
The committee then broke
up and agreed to meet again later v
on in the afternoon. When the clos clos-ed
ed clos-ed session resumed, committee
members argued for an additional
hour. -'.'.

Service In Honor
Of Father's Day.

A snecial service In honor of id

fathers will be conducted on Sun Sunday
day Sunday at St. Christopher's Church,

Rio Aba jo.

All fathers are invited to tne

sunt Eucharist at 7:30 a.m. and

to be the guests of the Singletons

at a "coffee; nourr aner tne serv

ice, i, l 'jV' '-"-t r

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Socia( and Oth

erwi&c

C?onlinuJ

Wid Variety Of Intertalnment
Pi-emite At Btu Artt Bill
Temerrew

Four memben of the Barber

shop Quartette (SPPBS), the
Messrs.- James Marshall, C Luhr,

Seymour Barkowitz, and R. Gras-

aau. will favor these who attend

tomorrow night's Beaux Arts

Ball to be held at the Army-Navy
Club from I p.m. to 1 a.m.

with vocal selections. Others who
will offer entertainment are the
senior nuoila of the Dorese Wsites

School of Dance, the Misses Janet

French Army Nurse
Wed In Colorful
Military Ceremony
PARIS. June 15 (UP) Gene Genevieve
vieve Genevieve de Gslard-Teraube. the
French army nurse who became
known aro-md the world as "the
angel of Dien Bien Phu," was
married in a colorful ceremony in
a French military shrine yester

day to a captain she met during
the Indochina fighting.

The 31-year-old h e r o I n e ex exchanged
changed exchanged religious vows with Capt

Jean de Heaulme. 33, in the flag-

draped Chapel of St. Louis des
Invalides, adjoining the military
shrine housing Napoleon's tomb.
Special permission to hold the

This year Beaux Arts Ball winl ceremony there was granted by

fe.hir "A Pm at th Art nf Maurice anunw rwun, atcu-

Tribe, Ginny Pern, Doris String Stringer,
er, Stringer, Marcia Musser, Patricia Best,
who will do modern jazz and e
crobatie numbers. Miss Wilms Hi Hidalgo
dalgo Hidalgo will do Hawaiian dances.
Captain John Biggio is master

of ceremonies for the evening's en

tertainment which promises, apart
from the numbers mentioned a-

bove, several surprises in the en entertainment
tertainment entertainment line. Music for the

evening's dancing will be furnish furnished
ed furnished by Lucho Azcarraga and bis

orchestra,

WIVES, TOO, &OULD OFTEN
BE SEEN AND NOT HEARD
One of the neatest assets'

woman can bring to marriage is
knowing when to keep her mouth
hut. -' " ";
A great many situations and
froblems in marriage aren't helped
y talk. They're just aggravated
k it '--!

Tor instance, a wife is annoyed

fty sometning ner motner-m-iaw
says or does. If she decides to tell
-her husband she is asking him

to take sides. If she keeps her

mouth shut and goes her own sweet
. l ABH ...fl aatiftif an

wa ihv v.u WVWMUH
unpleasant situation that cant be

Or, take wife who advises her
husband against doing something
which he does anyway with unfor unfortunate
tunate unfortunate results. If she refrains from
aavintf "I told vou so" he'll nrob-

ably come across with "I guess
Sou were right about that". But
' she n'l mist crowing she is
ure to cause resentment against
herself.
Silence Cai Be Express! vt

Then there are those times when
a man for no apparent reason is in

a bad mood. If bis wife leaves him

alone and goes eheerfully about her
own business hell work out of It
If she (tarts prying around with
questions or commenting on his
grouchinest the sparks are almost
ure to fly. ':
A wife is frequently tempted to

rehash a quarrel or bring up last
night's unpleasantness the next
morning. This is another time
when a woman should make a su-

hp.MA mttnr 4a, Vmh still '..

: in 111. WilH WW mr tf

i Silence also pays off when every everything
thing everything has been done about a prob problem
lem problem that can be done.yMen like to
nut problems out of their minds

as quickly as possible and are ir

ritated cy tne ieminine wisn w
discuss a matter to extreme.
Talking too much and at the
wrong times is 'a feminine weak weak-nesa
nesa weak-nesa that no wife can afford to

! tadulga. t P ,

Dressing" which means costumes
of almost every conceivable varie

ty may be worn, razes, are to oe
awarded for the best native, mo

dern, and period costumes and.

perhaps others. As an aadea at

traction, ju. I. v-api. Juggwt an
Air Force Dentist, will do carica caricatures
tures caricatures of any guest who desires

one, for a dollar. ;,

bishop of Paris.

It was the second wedding cere

mony for the couple. They were
united earlier this week, in a civil

ceremony attended only by their

immediate famine

MEETINGS

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Curundu Women's Club Flans

On Wednesday, the members of

the Curundu Women's Cub and

their guests will visit the National
Museum in Panama City. This will

be an interesting trip as Mr. Men

dez has kindly offered to- explain

some of the collections, took
planning to attend will meet at 9
a.m. in the Community Building.
Cristobal Emblem Club Ne. 51
Holds Regular Meeting
The Cristobal Emblem Club No.
52 held their regular monthly

meeting at the Elks Home, In Bra
zos Heights.
Several discussions' cam up a a-bout
bout a-bout events due.
Since so many members areo a
vacation the Socia Meetings havs
been discontinued until further no
tice.Na- y
Fanny Kaplan won the Whfte
Elephant; -
For the first time In several
meetings the Come-And-Get It
prize had a taker. Selma Wainio
was the lucky winner. Following
ladies were present: Mill Reccia,
Selma Wainio, Jeannette Cain,
Gerry, Cellucci, Josephine Cahill,
Gwen De Tore, Fanny ; Kaplan,
Dotha Cougher, Mary Livingston,
Midge Larrison, Alberta Roth,
Bernlce Grier, Evelyn KpersU,
Eda Mc Dade. ,'.-.,-

15th Naval District

Has New Medical

Officer From NC ;

A recent addition to the staff of

the commandant, 15th Naval Di

strict, in the capacity of district
medical officer, is Capt Robert F.

j-egge.

Legge, a native of California.

is an orthopedic surgeon, and re reported
ported reported to the Canal Zone from the
U.S. Naval Hospital, Camp Le Le-ieune,
ieune, Le-ieune, N.C.

A graduate of the Universltv of
California, and the McGill Univer University,
sity, University, he was commissioned in the

Medical Corps, in 1935. '
He and his wife are now residing

at tne utn Naval District annex,

on- Amaaor.

mencan

MASTERFUL HANDLING OF
FISH COOKERY IS MARK OF

OF TYPICAL FRENCH CUISINE

By CAYNOR MADDOX

NEA Feed and Markets Editor

The French are' masters of fish

cookery. We asked Louis Vaudatle.

noted gourmet and proprietor of

Restaurant Maxim s in Pans, to

tell our June bndes how to pre

pare nne Dsn oisnes. monsieur

Vaudable, now in the United States

replied as follows:

Broiling is a favonte way of

cooking fish in France. Because

fish is already tender when it

comes from the water, it needs
only enough cooking to develop
flavor.

Season the fish, whole or split.

with salt a bit of thyme or pars parsley.
ley. parsley. Brush with olive oil if it is

not naturally fat, then run under;

a preheated broiler (about 500 de

grees t .) for a very lew minutes,

depending on its thickness. When

it begini to brown, turn, sea season
son season and oil if necessary, and broil
until it flakes easily when tested

with a fork. That's alL Longer
cooking will make it tough and
dry.- Serve immediately. v ...
A more sophisticated French
way of cooking fish, one whose
flavor justifies the extra work, is
this Halibut Mousse.
Choo 1 pound of halibut very

fine or put it through a fine grind

er. Then pound it in a mortar
if you have one, or work it in a
bowl with a wooden spoon until
it is as fine as you can make it

Now, place the bowl in a larger;
one filled with cracked ice. Grad

ually beat in three egg whites,
using a wire whisk or wooden
spoon, until the egg whites are
absorbed. Add some salt, a

enu

sprinkle of pepper, .a pinch of nut
meg, and if desired, a dash of
cayenne or pinch of finely chopped
fresh din. Keep on ice one hour.
Then butter a fish mold. Stir the
fish mixture well to blend. Pour
it into the mold. Cover with waxed
paper and place in a pan con containing
taining containing one inch of hot water.
Bake at 350 degrees F. 23 min minutes,
utes, minutes, or until set.
Serve it with a sauce that com compliments
pliments compliments the flavor of the fish but
which does not compete with it.
t .
At our restaurant in Paris, with
this mousse we serve Sauce He de
France. Its vecl-and-vermouth
base is sheer flattery for the superb-mousse.
. r i.
Sauce Armoricaine, "with the
slightly stronger flavor of lobster,
is also good company.
Whatever sauce you choose, bt
sure to allow the time needed to
malr it If vnU UK OtlC Of the frOZ-

en sauces, heat it while the mous

se oases.

Pope To Move
To Summer Home
Ahead Of Schedule
'viTtPiMrrrv June 15 (TJP

Pope Pius XII w'ill move to his

summer residence at casiei uan uan-dolfoa
dolfoa uan-dolfoa month ahead of sched schedule,
ule, schedule, Vatican sources said today.

The Pontiff usually goe to
hi. villa In the Alban hills 16

miles outside Rome at the end
of July.- This year, the sources
said, he will leave the Vatican
on June 30, to escape the heat

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3Kadir, Persian Countess,.
Juan Franco Graded Entries

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Barge Royal,
Opponents In

:v Jliss.Virginia de la Gnardia'g speedy Melendez
shapes up ai a "sure thing' in the featured $650 seven-furlong
sprint for Class C imports tomorrow aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at the Juan Franco race track, ....

Persian Countess, Kadir, Chivtflayoff ind therefore may-not be

lingo and Barge Boyal are elated
to match' strides with the highly
rated black eon of ucencioso
. Cristian Rebolledo, who rode
Melendez to an easy victory last
week; will again be in the saddle
and- should have an equally un
eventful trip. Melendex will tote
113 pounds, two less than Kadir.
Fernando Alvarei hat the leg on
the latter. Kadir was 'second to
the Improved Cachafai last week.
Stout-hearted Persian Countess
could be a trouble maker under
the handling of Jorge Phillips with
kec light impost of 105.
Chivilingo it apparently outclass-,
d. He will be under the guidance
of Cuban Rolando Lopes Gil who
returns to action at Juan Franco
after a year of competing on Co Colombian
lombian Colombian tracks. Chivilingo gets in
' under only 103 -pounds.
Another lightweight will be Barge
Royal at 108 under the handling
of iteadilv ImDrovine Braulio Bae-
1. Barge. Boyal returns from, a

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yom discovered what
Fkvoc Control" baa dona
. White Owls ? Never no,
. sMvec to oear knowledge has
these been cigar to light
mod mild with to much nek,
$ilfymg flavor
I Light wp and ace why
tFhiu Owl's "Flavor Cue.
, ttoP' it snaking agar histotyl
f it meant: field-by-field selec
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caring, box-by-boac condi condi--
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vocm fla-vocm every White Owl yaa
few Miel sjaf laWJi la enjoy c iigajn
Preporc

Chivilingo
$650 Race

"sharp" for this race.
The secondary attraction is
wide open $500 Class F race in
which Elko, Bradomin -Don Cuto,
Nogalino and Trirreme are expect
ed to stage a battle royal.
Nine other prospective thrillers
are included m the card.
Juan Franco Tips
By LUIS HOMER
1 Dan Nesscliffe
3 Skin Felner Devonshire Club
3 Metto
Cnraxalena
4 Bagdad
5 FoUeUto
Naranjaie
7 D'stingo
8 Febrero TJ
9 Trirreme
- Winsaba
' Don Jaime
Don Pastor
Maruja
Dona Beatrii
'Nogalino
10 Melendea
Kadir
111 Gonetino (e)
Geniiarito
CiveCan in Fasiengers a
Break
oy JOE STETSON
Dog Editor
Jed Ireland is a beagle breeder.
He s a fine sportsman and real dog
lover. He raises dogs for both
bench and field, though field trials
are his real weakness.
There isn't anything within rea
son he wouldn't do for the wel welfare
fare welfare and comfort of his dogs, but
Jed, like thousands of others.
makes a practice of transporting
his dogs in the truck of his car
It was my objection to this t h a t
inviupica mm to leu me that he
blocks the truck lid open to afford
me oogs more ventilation.
"Nothing is worse than a closed
truck lid, except an open one," I
iuiu wcu.
Nothing; irritates andrusti-.t..
me more than the nersUtAnt h;.-
sra peopie display regarding
carbon monoxide from automobile
uoausi gases. Because the actual
behavior of the gases around a
moving ear cannot be seen, they
refuse to accent tha fart thf kl
partial vacuum caused by the for forward
ward forward motion of the car pulls the
Bwea mio ine. space behind the
windshield and other frontal sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. The "carbon monoxide content of
auiomoDiie exnauat i iaHiv n
paning the truck lid is even det detrimental
rimental detrimental to- the human occupants
of the car. Imagine the danger to
doga in .the rear-especially since
uug are live nines as susceptible
to carbon monoxide as man.
i iace i me truck space
vi ute oiouern auiomoDiie is large
and convenient. It is separate
from passengers and upholstery.
It eertainly would seem to be the
logical place in which to carry
dogs, whether they be freshly
groomed for show or mud bespat bespattered
tered bespattered and snarled with burrs
from a morning's hunt.
We must also face the fact that
a dog in a truck is at the mercy
of the sun when in the truck' of a
pur ked r exhaust gases
when the car Is under way. The
manufacturer has not planned the
vehicle for transportation -of live
passengers in the truck. Before it
can be used for this purpose, it
must be properly adapted by the
owner.
There Js one simple way to
make a car safe for dogs without
depreciating the car's maket va value.
lue. value. Replace the deck between the
pack of the rear seat and the
front of the rear window with a
well-framed grill of wire mesh,
Such as half inch hardware rlnth
This will admit air from the pas-
smger cuinpanmem.
The front air scoop should then
be kept open to force air into the
truck. When the car is at rest in
anyimng Dut severe weather the
windows should be kep open.
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Jockey Kit
Import 7 Fas.
FIRST RACE
1 Nesscllff
2 Quilacoya
3 Dun
4 G.. Wonder
5 rNewbrlghton
9 Dlxiprincesj
7 Ponton
F. Alvarez 111
A. ycaza 110
R. Cristian 113
J. Phillips 113
B. Baeza 108
V. Castillo 110
F. Hidalgo 115
8 Dlanalicla
9 Don Dani
H. Gustlnes 105x
R. Vasauea 113
2ni Rice "H-2" Import 7 Fat.
- f SECOND RACE

tr. Bono
lit Km "H-Z"

1 Amln Didi B. Aguirre 113 -Should be close up
2 Copadora O. Miranda 105x Tough group here
3 Dev, Club E. Dario 105 Will fight it out
4 Sinn Feiner K. Vasquez 110 -r-Form indicates
5 Pugilist .: ; F. Alvarez 108 Way down in class
6 M. Halllgan G. Vasquez 102x Hasn't shown much
7 Valley Star B. Baeza 110 Could score in upset
8 Grimllda U GuUerrez 102x Net ready yet

Ire Race
"E Natives 6Vi Fgi.
ONE
1 8. Crist6bal
2 Curazalena
3 Uyuyuy
4 Metto
5 r-Llboria
A. Gonzalez 113
R Vasquez 113
B. Baeza 106
V. Ortega 115
A Gonzalez 112
6 Elenlta
7 El Pasha
B. Aguirre 118
L. Gutierrez 109x
4th Race "F" Natives
7 Fgi.

QUINIELA

1 Mochito
A. Gonzalez 113
q iin.n.kii .a vitniip 113
3 Bull Flea G. Montero 105x
4 Bagdad B. Baeza 111
6 Bugaba B. Carvajal lllx
8 Fllon J. Phillips 118
7 Winsaba R. Vasquez 111
Rate "H" Nativet' 6V4 FBt.
5th
1-Lady Dancer F. Hidalgo 110
2 Guarare G. Allaro 118
3 Papa Rorra R. Vasquez 112
4F0lletito A. Vasquez lisx
5 Don Jaime P. Phillips luv

6th Race "A-B" N.tivet 6V4 Fgt.Pune $J75.00 Peel Cloiet
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Don Pastor
2 Yosikito --
R Vdsquez 116
C.' Navarro 103x
J Reyes l19
V Ortega 119
g. Carvajal 104x
R. Cristian 109
n no.7j inn
3 Naranjazo
4 Black Gold
5 Daniel
8 Don Brigido
8 (Apache A.' Gonzalez 98
7 (Joe

7th Race "H-l" Imported T Fgt.P-ite $400.00 Peri Cletee 4:05
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

J. Reyes' 110
1 Bright Blade
2 Lanero
3 Distingo
4 Lexden -v
5 Te Gano
6 Amat
7 Reflector
J. Jimenez 105x
R. vasquez 115
V Castillo 115
G. Prescott 108
G. Vasquez lOOx
V Ortega 113
F Alvarez 106
R L 01) 102
E. Dario 105
8 Rlscal
9 Maruja
10 Rlo Negro
-
8th Race "G" Imported Ut

t yumiKLA

1 Conar A. Ycaza nu

2 Dona oeatriz a. saerat iuo
3- Quematodos J. Jimenez I05x-Showing improvement
4 Greco R. L. Gil 105 -Should be close up
5- i-Febrera n A. V4squez 118 -Form indicates
6- (Kiosco O. Miranda 107x-Way down m class
7 (Florera H. Gustlnes lOlx-Fastest at geUway

9th Rice "Fn Imported
7 Faa.
ONE
1 Trirreme J
2 Nogalino
3 Don Cuto

B. Aguirre 113 top ciass prospeci
R Cristian 115 Has real class too s
- B. Baeza 115 Stretch burner 4
G. Vasquez 97x Lightweight may help
R. Gamero 115 Back in top form
A, Valdlvia 118 Nothing recently
J. G6ngora 110 -Belongs in Class "V
R. Vasquez 113 -JLast was revealing
S. Carvajal 107X Unbeatable at times

4 Encachada
5 Bradomin
8 Lifeboat i
7 Soft Note
8 (Elko
9 (M. Beam
1 0th
Race ,,C"; Imported 7 Fas.
1 P. Countess
2 Kadir
' J. Phillips 105
F. Alvarez 115
R. Cristian 113
R.L.G11 103
B. Baeza 108
3 Melendez
4 Chivilingo
5 Barge Royal
11th Rice 'G; Imported 6 Fgi.
1 Genlzarlto
V; Castillo 113
E. Dario 118
E. Gutierrez 115x
- B. Aguirre 110
. R. Vasquez 115
F.Hidalgo 115
2 Lucho
3 Fuerte
4 W. Apron
5 (Gonetino
6 (Oyster
BACARDI, Anejcy or Corto de

ClT O IT

ODDS
Puna $400.00 Pool Clow 12:45
OF THE DOUBLE
Rates top chance' here V S-l
Should be close up 4-1
Looms easy winner EVEN
Will score soon 10-1
Dangerous in mud .5-1
Returns from layoff 8-1
Has strong finish 3-1
Disappointed in last 20-1
Early speed, chance 4-1
Pane $400.00
Peel Closet 1:15
OF THE DOUBLE
5-1
. 5-1
2.1
EVEN
3-1
10-1
4-1
50-1
Puna $275.00 Peel Cleiet 1:45
- TWO
Dangerous this time
Hard to beat here
Best early foot
Back in tep form
Would pay nice odds
2-1
3-1
10-1
3-2
S-l
neiurns in gooa snape
3-1
Excluded from betting (fractious)
Puna $275 00 Pool Closet 2:20
-Early speed only
15-1
could score asain
2-1
10-1
3.1
Plenty early speed
-Better chance this time
- Could take it all
Nothing to recommend
Rider should decide
2- 1
8-1
3- 2
Puna $275.00 -i Pool Cle.ee 2:55
-Rates good chance
-Distance to liking
-Ran weU in last
3-1
2-1
3-2
3-1
2-1
- uomenaer uuewij
nas sirongesi uuau
1:15
Post position helps
Not in winning form r
Rider only handicap
Weak effort in last
Distance suits style
Should be close up
Rates fair chance
2-1
': 50-1
EVEN
8-1
4-1
2-1
3-1
1 Could be close up too
3-1
-Early speed only v.
, 15-1
- uuaiiy cipse up
4-1
3-2
ww naw n uui -
Nothing in months
Poor recent races
Not off last two -.
"Rates good chance
Could get up here
Dangerous contender
Disappointed in last,
10-1
15-1
30-1
2-1
4-1
3-1
25-1
eat aalBVaMa Bl .t aI.u at .at A
rune auw.ww rw -..-. 7,
10-1
ioi a8mi uic
3-1
5-1
3-1
EVEN
t 4-1
4-1
Puree $500.00
TWO
Pool Clous 5:15
82
2- 1
3- 1
15-1
3-1
10-1
30-1
3-1
3-1
Purse $650.00 Pool Closet 5:40
Should be close up
Should be runnerup
-Seems- "sure thing"
Would pay off
Returns from layoff
4-1
2-1
1-2
15-1
5-1
Purse $450.00 Pool Closes.
Has late foot
Not ready yet
Will score soon
Depends on start
Seems best here
Cound help entrymate
2.1
20-1
5-1
3-1
1-2
1-2
Opea Nifntly (real
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CpntERBATCH FINISHES rPBattlln' Byron Cumberbatch.
who flghtjrClaudlo Martinez Sunday night at the Coldn Are-
na in a 119-pound, ten-round feature bout, goes through the
last phases of bis training at the Maraflon Gym. Cumbwbatch -t8
hl", flrft PPearance since he was declsloned by .t
h." ?5- A for the CaUdonla cutey would
rJJ. mother crack at Ibarra, whom he 'J
TKO ed in their first meeting in December of last year.

Tribe Team Of Throvyers
Badly In Need Of Hitters

y HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) -Bob Lem
on was talking about Rocco Cola.
vito'a arm. Rocky Cola vito is the
big, Bronx-born outfielder i who
came up to the Cleveland : club
from Indianapolis with the reputa-
uun ui miung ue. long oau oui
not qmte often enough.
"Never saw anyone who threw
like him." said Lemon, who has a
pretty fair arm himself. "Funllo.
Mays, Post, Mantle... none of
them throw as hard, far or accu
rately as Rocky. Jim Hegan is the
only one who will even play catch
witn mm warming up, and he s a
catcher with a catcher's glov."
'We're a team of throwers."
cut in Al Lopez. "That's why we
have so many good pitchers they
all like to throw. Take Al Rosen,
he'd rather pitch batting practice
than play third base. :
"We're a team of throwers, au-
nght,". said one of the older In Indians.,
dians., Indians., and they are numerous.
"but what wa need right now is
some hitters."- ;-
Plucky Vic Wets Is the lone In (
dian batting, more than 300, and
it was the all-around letdown in
the attack that caused Manager
Lopes to bench the accomplished
catcher, Hegan, for. Earl Averill,
Jr., in hope that the son of the old
outfielder would acquire the habit
of swatting .for distance.
THE INDIANS AGREE with a
lot of other people that the Yan
kees have little more than one-
man Ditching staff Whitey Ford.
'Beat Ford and the Yaiuts couia
go into a losing streak," they point
out. "and it nas been done.
The Indians., on the other nana.
figure to have competent pitching
daily from Herb Score, Lemon,
Early Wyiuy Mike Garcia, Art
Houtteman. Bob Feller, Cal M
Lish and Buddy Daley,, backed by
risrht and left handed Bremen,
Ray Narleski and Don Mossi, -who
make it even tougher for the opt
position than the atarter out when
he was fresh. Pitching remains
the Cleveland prescription and
with the New. York club suffering
from the shorts where it hurts
most, for a change, w the Injuns
can't see how they can lose over
the long haul. V
The Iniuns require more 111
from the bats of Chico CarratqueL
Bobby Avila, Colavito, Jim Busby
and the catchers, but look for one
of the more under-publicized play;
era of the game to lead them out!
of second place. ; ', '
ALPHONSE E. SMITH IS the
Tribe's candidate for. the Ameri-
or Soda.

, most-valuable-play-
ai smith should have, had it
urn year, nut we didn't. win the
iwuuaai na mat nuns when it
comes ame to distribute plaques.'
said. Bob Lemon, a rather handy
iuu lumseu. -men smith had
one bnef slumn and th m.,k
tailed off off the test counle rf
weeks."
WrwK K -,.'ut. '.. j s..
"We'd
Smith
get nowhere without
V'VK fr...fK
. Just what does a guy have to
do to be the most valuable? He
played five positions last season
inira base, shortstop and all three
ouinews, hit 22 home runs and
drove in 77 runs batting .306 as an
meai ieaa-on man.-
' When Larry Dobv -was -'traded
to. the White Sox, Senor Lopec
knew what to do. He moved Smith
from the top of the batting order
to third. --.r--i-.-
Smith now plays both left and
right fields as Colavito alternates
with Preston Ward in Tieht The
big Missourian can do most every.
tning, you see, and with savvy and
speed. '- vr'.-v- "i
Al Smith once mora is Cleve
land's big hope to get a job done
which must be. accomplished pri-
:i i. i ..t.i ...
waiujr wiui, iieaay piicaing.
Ir.l:rn2l!cn:l tc:;i.3
' StiaildlliS
Teams
Montreal ."
Rochester '.
Columbus
t
20'
20
28
27
Pet
M9
.649
.525
509
GB
7 4
8
Toronto ,
Miami . ..
Richmond
28 ,. 500 8
35. .407 14
35 -397 14
32-98 14
Havana
Buffalo v
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Havana 023 100 0300 11 1
Buffalo 401 000 100-8 12 1
Scantleburv. Sanchez (7V and
Dotterer: Kerlazakos. Coleman
(3). Kroats (4). Weiss (9V and
neyman, TomRinson 9K WP
Sanchez. LP Froats. HRs
Bultard, Friend,
Easter, Ber-
nara.
(Second Game) V
Columbus 010 220 0005 12 2
Montreal 100 201 0004 10 1
Herbert, Spicer (4). Thies (7)
and Noble; crlstante, Mlckens
(5). Nisnita (7). Walz (9t and
Roseboro. WP Snicer. LP Crls
tante- HRs-Pilarclk, Roseboro.

can League's
er award.

. W
. .37
,37'
.. .31
;.4;.2.
. .28
.24
..23
. .21

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. of BACARDI GOLD LABEL ... v .Vl
- Fill glass with your favorite Cola and serve. If desired a small V
' : ; amount of lemon juice may be added.

Editor: CONRADO SAKUEAN1

Who II Win

Heads Potential

By STEVE SNIDER ; I Vinegar Bend-MizeU of tha
J"' .'Cardinals, winner of seven of
NEW YORK ftlPI Wholl hi. firkin- "1

' ,so does Brooks Lawrence of the
The line fpr potential 20-gam Redlegs, who won his first seven.
V?8 AfBUinil18 form Johnny Kllppsteln of the Red Red-wito
wito Red-wito Bob Friend of tne Pirates legs, -2 afteThU first eight, haa
in the lead, a dozen others mov- to be counted a possibUity? too,
tag fast enough to crack the, as long as Cincv keen MS

charmed circle and Robin
Rob
erts of the Phillies nowhere in
sight for the first time In sev
eral years. .- .'..- ...
Roberts,-- who has won 20 or
more for six straight years, lost
seven of his first 12 decisions
this season and from nnr nn it
will be the toughest uphill fight
of his career if he hopes to
reach 20 again.
xne aoe of te Phillies and
Don Neweombe of the Dodgers
were the only ones who made
it last year as the American
League failed for the first
time in Hs 55-year history to
produce a single pitcher who
could score 20 victories.
Big Newk. should make it a.
gain. He won nine of his first 13
decisions With less than a third
of Brooklyn's' schedule played
ana tnat could be enouch cush
ion, to cover a mld-vear slumn if
he skids again a, heboid .last
seasoa Neweombe won only two
games in the last two months
iasi year, but atill finished 20-5.
Friend, wno won 10 of his first
13, Is far more consistent, than
Neweombe and would be an even
better bet to hit 20 if the true
state of Pittsburgh's ; team
rengin were known. . i
They're hot now. If they stay
not or even mildly warm,
Friend can .reach 20 victories.
He was the National League's
earned rone leader last year
and no flash in the pan but
he needs those Pittsburgh bast
hits to keep m'nnlng.
Jackie Brandt
For Giants .In
With St. Louis
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, June 15 (UP)
'wnnow young Jackie Brandt
i W vmw IlMfW UVvll liU litBl.
but because he was Included
most baseball men were con
vinced today that the Giants
outslicked the Cardinals Just as
wey ma me Braves in 1954.
The Giants insisted on Brandt,
a 22-year-old rookie outfielder,
being included to' yesterday's
eight-player deal with St. Louis
the same way they Insisted up upon
on upon having southpaw Johnny An An-tonelll.
tonelll. An-tonelll. in their six-player trade
wiui Muwaukee two years ago.
Antonelli developed into a
star with the Gianta while the
key man they gave on. out-
L fielder Bobby Thomson, never
uvea np to expectations wnn
the Braves.
"We're very excited about get-
ting Brandt," said Giant vice vice-president
president vice-president Chub Feeney. "We
wouldn't have made the deal
without him.. He can jun, he
can throw and he can. hit. He
gives us what we needed most.
a good, young right-handed hit
ler. Franxiy. we were surprised
that the Cards would let him
go." v.: ;i ;
General manager Frank Xane
of the Cardinals, who gave up
veieran second baseman Al
(Red) Schoendienst, catcher Bill
Sarni and pitcher Dick Little Little-field
field Little-field in addition to Brandt for
shortstop Alvin Dark, first base-
man-outneider Whitey Lock-
man, catcher Ray. Katt and
pitcher Don Liddle. hinted that
Brandt might turn out to be
standout lor tn Giants.
Feeney said the Giants dldnt
Just pick young Brandt out of
. hat. Naturally, they knew that
he
was tne internati o n a J
League's most valuable player
uun year wnen ne oanea : jus
and drove in 70 runs with Ro-
Chester in addition to stealing
24 bases. So far this season, the
young outfielder shows a .286
average for 27 games.
1 Mired in seventh place the
Giants now can look forward
to f elding two-third, of an
entirely new ball club. -Schoendienst,
who at 33 Is the
same age as Dark, is tabbed for
duty at second base; young Ed

20? Friend
- tag homers and runs In clus
ters.
The drouth aDDarentlv ui Over
In the American League where'
Tom Brewer of the Red Sox, Jim
Wilson and Billy Pierce of. the
White Sox, and Whitey Ford of
The Yankees all are good bets
to score 20 victories.
Whitey was one of three Amer American
ican American Leaguers who came the
closest last year with 11
Brewer Is the surprise pack package
age package in the league. More or less
ignored' as a possible Boston
headllner, the 24-year-old right right-hander
hander right-hander whose top total in two
seasons was II last year started
with a rush of, low-hit games
this season. :
He won nine of his first 10 in including
cluding including his last eight' straight.
Among them were one two-hitter
and three three-hitters.,
Wilson and Pierce each won
eight of their first 10, Ford eight
of his first 11 and Johnny
Kucks of the .Yankee mvm nt
his first io. ; .- ;
Herb Score of Cleveland went
out of the 20-game derby with
an Illness hut Bob; Lemon and
Early wynn still have an out out-We
We out-We chance, as does Billy Hoett
of the Tieera who won kvm
his first nine. ; t
It's a long, tough grind to-the
end, of the campaign but: irom
the looks of the line forming at
this point there'll be a sharp in in-crease
crease in-crease in the total of 20-game
winners over last year's skimpy
two.
Key Player
Major Dfeal:
Cardinals
Bressoud, who. was a standout in
spring training lor .the, Qlants
and was recalled from Minnea Minneapolis,
polis, Minneapolis, of the American Associa Association
tion Association yesterday, probably will be
inserted at short and Daryl
Spencer will be moved to third.
The outfield will hav8 Brandt in
left field, Willie Mays in center
and Don Mueller in right, and
Sarni nrobablv will tait n
the first string- catcher,
For the cards, Lockman will
go. to- first' bass with Wally
Moon moving. to the. outfield.
Dark will be the regular short,
stop and Don Blaslngame will
be shifted, to second base. Katt
figures to be the second string
catcher behind rookie Hal
Smith.. : i ..
Aging Luke Easier
Still Hits Long Ball ;
In International 1
NEW YORK. Jun 15 (UP)
Luke Easter is getting along in
years and has bad legs so he
doesn't have much hope of ever
getting back to the major
leagues, but one thing for sure sure-he
he sure-he still can hit the ball a long
way to the International League.
The Buffalo first baseman
powered his 12th home run of
the season Thursday night but
the Bisons dropped a 9-8 deci decision
sion decision to the Havana Sucar irinira.
Luke's homer In the third in
ning knotted the score at 5-5,
but a trio of Buffalo relief hurl-
era were belted for four mora
runs in subsequent innings. Eas-
ter leads the leaeue in homen.
The Montreal Royals and the
Columbus Jets spilt a pair of
games, the Royals winning the
opener, 7-4, and the Jets the
nightcap, 5-4; the Richmond
Virginians edged the Toronto
Maple Leafs. 4-2. behind Al Ci-
cotte, and the Miami Marlins
shaded the Rochester Royals, 4 4-3,
3, 4-3, but not until old Satnh Paige
had made his 15th relief ap
pearance of the season.

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Riglit-IIander Pitches
Four-IIitler For Best
Performance Of Year
A By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, June 15 (UP)-The ; Yankee, were
Iookine high and low for another pitcher as pen pen-S
S pen-S tarlnce" and it may be
him today in Bob Grim, a right-hander who some
Sh HwLi Ibegtanlnr to think was just another of

those one-year, wonaers

Puerto Ricari Track, Field

- ' V ....

Team At RP Stadium Tonight

' Relegated to the bullpen w-

.v,". nicon when he failed

to impress anyone,, the 2-yeaJ;

old Grim turnea i" v

best performance! v---palgA
yesterday, defeating the
White Sox. 5-1. m

the Yankees' leaa in vno
can League to Ave games.
Grtm, a 0-game winner ta
1954 and tht American 1 afM
"rookie of the year" spent part
of last year n the disabled
list and wonnd up w'tli an or ordinary
dinary ordinary 1-5 record. -'..
Until yesterday, Grim gate
Casey Stengel little Mrance
iL.i i. m ha rienended uDOn

' a8 a starter but the Yankee
i manager came away convinced

Grim, who had not pitched a
complete game -victory since
May 29, 1955 when he beat Bal-
. in cfmclr nut nine

- White Sox batters, walked only

, one and gave up lour ruts, t-m--
... nniv nin ime as a result

. ..tVi irMnIno hnmw bV

Ui II iuuiU"""8
Dave phllley, who was ejected

from the game in me sixtn oe oe--
- oe-- cause" Of a stormy third-strike

protest. 7
, Mickey Mantle led a 10-blt
attack with his tZni bonier
and a double, his homer off
loser Jim Wilson In the fourth
putting him one game ahead
' of Babe Ruth's record pace
avail

t vai nrim it was his fourth

victory without a defeat while

Wilson suffered his third loss a
- gainst eight victories.

m

.ft

4i

Only two other games were
played to e majors yesterday
l.i.i. Pari Smr nutlastlne the

Indians, 10-9, and the Braves
beating the Giants 5-2.
Jackie Jensen drove in four
runs and Dick Gernert three m
Boston's triumph, which was

credited to Ike ueioc.
Jensen hit a three-run homer
- n.i, T AmAn In t.h third in-

.nt hofore ne ieu urn

t tmm wn trailing 8-3

The Red Sox scored what proved

Teams

Pittsburgh
Cincinnati

I Brooklyn

St. Louis .

Milwaukee
Chicaeo .

New York

Philadelphia

W
.28
.28
.27
.29
.24
.20
'.19
.18

L
20
21
21
23
20.
' 27
20
SI

ret.
.583
.571
.563
.558
'.545
.426
.388

GB Teams
I New York

ft Chicago

1

1
2
m

Cleveland.

Boston .

Detroit
Baltimore

1 Kansas City

.367 101jlwashington

to be the decisive runs ta the
fifth on Don Buddin's double, a

sacrifice, Jim Piersaus mpie mo
. .,t. .ineru ratcher Pete

Daley led Boston's 17-hlt attack

with a double ana xnree singica

Southpaw Warren Spahn, who
had not won a game since May
17, struck out 19 batters and
walked only one In nailing
down bis fourth victory. Spahn
scattered seven hits and Willi
Mays collected three of them,
homer and two singles;

nrnnrinU hit 1 twO-TUn

Aff insor Ruben nomez to

UVUlVk V mwm
tie the score at 2-all In the fifth

inning and th Braves wrancea

up the congest with two more

runs m tne sixm wnen epanu
intrlprl mil Rrutin mt a dan.

ble when Giant left' fielder Dus Dusty
ty Dusty Rhodes overran his fly ball,

and Bobby Tnomson smgiea.
YESTERDAY'S STAR Bob
Grim of the Yankees, for hit
four-hit 5-1 victory over the
White Sox.

TODAY'S GAMES

Cincinnati at New York (N)

Milwaukee at BrooKiyn i
Chicago at Philadelphia (N-2)
St. Louis at Pittsburgh (N)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Nieht Game)

New York '011 000 0002 7- 1

Milwaukee 000 022 Olx 5 7 51

W L Pet GB
. .34 .20 .630
. .25 21 43 5
. .28 24 38 5
, .27 25 .519 6
, .26 26 .500 7
. J.2S 29 .463. 9

. .22 81
. ..23 34

;415 lift
.404 12ft

'" rnnsvs r.AMEft

Washington at Chicago (N)
Baltimore at Kansas City (N)
Boston at Detroit (N) :
New York at Cleveland (N)
! TKTTIinJV'S RESTTLTS

Cleveland 003 0Z4 000 9 13 2
Boston 024 220 00X 10,17 2

, Leuwn (7-4), Daley,-, Mcuan
and Hegan. 1

Delock (2-41, nura, lueiy ana

Daley. -

Gomel "' (2-5)". Wllhelm : and

Mangan Westrum.

1 Spahn 14-6,) and crandall'
Only game scheduled.

Chicago 000 100 0001 4 1
New York 003 100 lOx 5 10 1

Wilson. (8-3). Staley and Lol-i

Grim- (4-0) and Berra.
Only games scheduled.

t,irta nimn track team

nrfri of l? athletes that i

touring the Caribbean area will

eomDete airalnst a 24 man Re

public of Pariama team wnignv
in a 16-event meet t the Pana Panama
ma Panama olvmDle Stadium. Tho pro-

oram la scheduled to beeln at

?.n

i Th mpit vtn nrlfflnallv sched

uled for tomorrow nlnht but the

date has been aavancea so iwu
the comnetltion would be held

tomorrow in case of rain.

Th Puerto Rlcan team has

already appeared In Carncas,

van2iila and Boeota. Colom

hin Th vinltori are scheduled

to leave the isthmus for Costa

Rica Sunday.

The program!
I 400 meters (hurdles).
3 Hifth Jump.
' 3 Shot put.
4 100 meters dash.
8 Broad Jump.
6 Javelin throw.
7 800 meters tun.
8 400 meters.
9 110 meters (hurdles).
' 10 Hop, gkin and Jump
II Discus throw.
12 4x100 relay.
13 6,000 meters run.
14 1,500 meters run.
15 200 meters dash.
16 4x400 relay.

Saddler To Get $25,000
Offer To Meet Pep If.

Willie Defeats Tague

Needles 4 to 5
..'f,r,J "''-"'.''; -:-J.- ;f
Ta C "'l

Be

Imont Stakes

tik Zcne Loses
Avid S::rIsFa

iliJ! AW.
D. and H. Stable'r Needles, the
Kentucky Derby .winner, headed
a field of nir three-year-olds
entered today 'for the 88th run run-'
' run-' ning of the $100,000 added Bel Belmont
mont Belmont stakes tomorrow.

fro,. sfrpth.nmnlmr- -mv Of

Ponder second in the preakness
Stakes, ruled a 4 to 5 favorite
tor the third of the triple crown
classics. ... ) 1

J Calumet Farm's' Fabius, the
C. V. Whitney entry of Career
- Boy and Jazi Age, Christiana
et.kl.'i TMi.fl Tavi Mrs. LaudV

OhdUlE v.w I
v Lawrence's Beau Diable, Fortune

P. Ryan's cnanevow, .Mrs. v. d.
n4.v.t.MMKt... WAtv. Mr... and

Maine Chance Farm's Gun Shot

completed the item. , -
. .. '
trrtth nin. ntftrtprS the Bel

r. v.. ... ...p r
mont Stakes would carry a gross

value of il20.Bau, a net puiw yi
j ann oAinw tn t.h winner with

the exception of Frosty Mr., who
was made a supplementary
nomination for the race at' a
cost of $5,000. Victory would be
worth $79,650 net to the son of

Blue Swords, ;

iThe race wllfbe televised arid
hri.at hv rn s from 4:30 to

5 p ro, EOT with post time at
4:50 pnu.
' Needles, who has not started
since he finished second to Fa Fabius
bius Fabius in the Peakness thus ruin ruin-at
at ruin-at HtWHnintr ft

- AUK MS xtluvvv R
triple crown winner, will be rid ridden
den ridden by Dave Erb. The Florida-
Yta nH. whn crt $20,000 and

already has won $487,005, drew
. the number 4 post position. x
Fabius, With Jockey Paul Bai Bai-Jey
Jey Bai-Jey riding, was second choice at
S to 1 while the Whitney entry
of Career Boy and Jan Age was
third choice st 5 to 1.

. 4

-
a hi ft""

IRoprlnttd Wm Miami Herald)
MIAMI. June 15' Feather-

weioht .hmninn Sandv Saddler

will be offered $25,000 to defend bis
title here against Willie 'Pep late
this summer- if Pep defeats Russ
Tague of Davenport, Iowa, Tues

day night at tne Miami ueacn Au Auditorium.
ditorium. Auditorium. 'J:

. Promoter Chris Dundee saw ne
wAnifi moii. tha fiffpr followina the

ffUUUI 11. ...w W
Tuesday night fight. Dundee said,
"I feel confident that Saddler will

dGrliii Trim

I .MTGGSY MAGEE ;

Rnorts events will never be the

nmt pt. Rnlhna Atadtnm.

The veteran sports 1 o T e r

Charl "Miicrffsv" Mavea. rt-

centiy retirea as an employe oi
the Panama Canal Company, Is
liavlngr thesa. shores to take ud

residence in Boston, Mass.

Maeee. who durlnir his 40

ffpnrn nn t.hn Tsthmim has aerved

In mnnv AnnaoitiM at snortinu

events on tne uanai gone, is sure

to be missea at an mture acnv
Itle hold at Balboa Stadium.

; Muggsy was usually the first
person to arrive at the Stadium
and tha last tn leave, voluntari.

ly lendine a helping hand wher

ever possible.

PnTit.1v h haa han art.lv

as a scorer and reporter for the

Teenage League.

Mnimnr and tha Mtunia are

hariiilpd tn sail for tha TT.8

tomorrow. The sports staff of

The Panama American Join in

wishing them 'Bon voyage."

Chicago ; a Ab R
Mifioso if, .,,; 4 0
Fox 2b ,...... 3'
Doby cf .......... 4 0

Phiue ip ,..... a, ; t
nroDO lb ......... l.;0

Rivera rt 4
Lollar e 3

Hatfield 3b ...... 3

Anaricio ss 3

Wilson p 2

Donovan i

Staley p 0

H Po

2 2

McDougald ss .... 4

Collins rf-lb ......
Mantle cf .5
Berra c 3

Skowron lb 3.

Bauer rf o

Howard If .'.... 4
Carev 3b ........ 4

Coleman 2b ...... 4

Grim' p

Totals

a Struck out for WJJson

8th. :

rhicaao r

l New York

I

BUFFALO BUDGET

RTIFFAT). N.Y. fUPWThis

citv's performance-type budget
will be tested in the Orient.
Budget Director Philip Bacxkow-

sid has receivea wora rrora me
Formosa Provincial Government

that it is olannmtf to institute t

similar budget Last fall a group

from lormoa vinten Bunaio an'

spent considerable time learnuv
the mechanics of the local budget

Tod (nenntn .3S 2

SPANISH DOUBLE!
Cantinflas, in
-ABAJO EL TELON"
Fernando Fernandez, in
"LOS MARGARrTOS"

Todav -IDEAL 20 .K

'Cody of Tbo Pony Express I

Last unaptersi
, -TEX TALL MEN"

Leaders

In The Majors

LEADING BATTERS

(Based on 100 official at bats)

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Player and Club g ab r h pet

Repulski, St. L. 33 111 22 42 .378
Tariff Pitts. SO IKS 37 69 .373

IClemente, pitts. 41 129 22 46 .357

BOVer. St. L. 52 201-41 71 J43

Bailey, Clncl. 40 123 19 42

AMERICAN I FARCE

Mantle N V M 9Si 6.1 80

accept my offer and I would hkelThompson K C. J8 i06 10 40 .377
to stage toe fight at the Beach A't Maxweu, pet. 42 132 30 49 XI
tnriiim in lata Auffust If D08S1D10. Ai..M. am nn a a n

ter all, Peop and Saddler is the mw

ly featherweight oout arouna at
the moment that would draw any
real money." "-;r ""i",

Pep hald Iho faitharwaignr Ti Title
tle Title tor 10 years. H lost the cham cham-nionchia
nionchia cham-nionchia a Saddlar In 1941. ro-

gainad it a year later and lost
h again in 1950. r
Kinn. iqw Pan lias lost three

fights. He sws knocked out by Tom
imy Collins and Lulu- Perez,7 and

defeated by Gil worn

In his last TV fight at the Beach,
Pen decisioned Andy Arel.

A I Pan ia training for the' Taeue

0 fieht to Tampa and win arrlvi in
9 Miami thia nioak end. r '.':

0 Tasue is preparing for the scrap

Kuenn. Det.

Berra, N. Y,

46 188 30 68 .362

45 171 32 61 -357

0 in Chicago

1
0

2

3
1
1

0

Totals

31 1 4 24 10

New York

1. 1
11

I.

i
I
f

32 5 10 27 1

In

.000 100 000-1
003 100 lOx 5

errMMART Errors? McDon-

eald, Mifioso. RBI: Collins, Man

tle 2, Skowron, pnuiey,, mcdoii mcdoii-gald.
gald. mcdoii-gald. Doubles: Collins, Mantle,
nTVMiirnlH Wnma mn!. Phllley

.Ti"""- -
Mantle. Sacrifice: Grim, Double

plavs: Aparlclo to Fox to Dropo;
nnl'lins to McDoiiRald to Collins.

Tft. nn hasa; C.McsurO 4. New

York 7. Bases on balls: Wilson 3,

Grim 1. S O.: Wilson 5, Grim
Hits off: Wilson 8 In 7, Staley 1

tn 1. Runs and ; earnea runs;
h7I1ati X and Orim 1 and 1.

wp: onm u-ui. wr; wiiouu

(8-3). .

ROME RUNS

Mantle. Yanks ..w. 22.

Lone. Pirates 17

Berra. Yanks ....16

Boyer. Cards ............ 15

((Five tied with 14)
15 RUNS BATTED IN

Mantle. Yanks .......... 55

Boyer. Cards 49

Lone. Pirates 46

Simpson, Athletics 45
Wertz. Indians .......... 44

' RUNS
Mantle, Yanks .........

xost, senators ,.

Boyer. Cards
Lopez, Athletics ......
Blasingame, cards .

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"RIDING WEST'

have you heard
them?
OEOSK

piano bass and drum j

to entertain tne rate crowu
every Friday and Saturday

miunlte to 4:30 a.m. in tne
air-conditioned Balboa Bar.

(Nightcap on-the-house at 4:30 a.m.)
Geortte also plays the piano 1 -
10 n.m. 2 a m. Sun.. Tues., Wed. Thurs.

Along The Fairways

ALONG THE FAAIRWAYS

PWCA Pairings

Tournaments be held at Fort A-

miaor uon viuo tomorrow are

as ioiiows:

Tea Kit 1

8:15 am A trench f! Pur.

dy, B. Dilfer.

8:25 a.m.- H. SchuU, B. Hughes,
C. Bisbop.

8:35 a.m.-. K. Call. C. Burns.
S. Carnpnlar :

: a.m. h. imutn, i. kodui-

son, J. Huidtquist.
8:55 a.m. J. Morris, P. Dicker
son M Buroln. i

9:0S a.m. J. Alexander, M.
Rreiittar V Tvnm.v

: a.m. l.. rarai i. sure.

wait, in. ipagna.

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8:15 a.m. M. Biggi, B. Hayter,
. Mathieson.
8:25 a.m. M. Taylor. H. Sereer.

L. Hadley.

8:35 a.m. D. Lairoix, n. uaiton,

. weDer.
8:45 a m M. Mallorv M. Wil

liam P. Rarhman.

8:55 a.m. E. Dials, m. scmu
.In M rtaviHuin

9:04 a.m. R. Tortorici. W.

Banks, L. Logan.

9:15 a.m. 5. Heim, k. cnerry,
V. Pavlick. r
Tina tn tha Urtfo tnrnjllll foe thlt

tournament, it is essential that all

contestants do on me seining tee

at least 5 minutes oeiore starting
lima tn avoid anv undue delay.

nnt nn the tee at startini'

time' wiU lose their position to the

next matcn. -

Those also qualifying tor .tne
Isthmian Handicap Tournament aje
eminded to pick, up their tourna tournament
ment tournament cards before teeing off.

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Southerner! in Congress general generally
ly generally took an apathetic, wary, or hos hostile
tile hostile attitude todav toward a Smith

Carolina plan which could trigger

a aoutnern uemocraue walkout

trora the National Party.

This proposal originated in the

5outn Carolina. Democratic con-i

vention and came to southern
members of Congress this week in

a letter from Gov. George Bell

nmmermaa jr.
It called for a caucus f South Southern
ern Southern national convention del,
gates to agree en a program f
united action on issues, such as
racial Segregation, of deep con concern
cern concern te the South.

It also proposed that Southern
state conventions keep a door o-

pen to permit reconvening of

southern delegates after the, na

tional convention.

Timmerman and Sen. Thomas A.

Wonord (U-S.C.) both insisted that

tne plan was not aimed at forma

tion of a third party in the South

out rawer at avoiding any such
move., They said Southern unity
would give the south neater in

fluence at the national convention.

Sen. W. Kerr Scott (D-N.C.L

who called the proposal "Dixiecrat

sugarcoating" earlier this week.

commented yesterday that it was

mighty good news that Timmer

man and Wofford Intended to re

main in the Democratic Party,

most boutnerners in Congress

appeared to feel that the proposal

wouia increase tne livelihood of
party split.

'Let the people know the truth and the country is safe Abraham Uncoln.

SlstrCAR PANAMA, K. F- FRIDAY. JTIN io ,,.

' -t, rm cents

Argentine Government Grabs

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rro-reronist Labor Agitators

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KENOVATED Fort San Lorenzo as authoress Evangeline Shortall McAllister saw it during her
recent, visit to the Canal Zone. The well-kept bastion inspired the Iowa native to pen a poem
' for the men who helped to rehabilitate the centuries-old Fort 1

Renovafed Ft. San Lorenzo
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From Bad To Verse

Goes

" i Historic Fort San Lorenzo was eulogized in verse recently by
a U.S. tourist who visited the 400-year-old bastion during a trip
to the Republic of Panama and the Canal Zone.

I Just returned to her Scottsbluff, Iowa, home, Evangeline

snortau McAllister penned a poem for the men who helped re rehabilitate"
habilitate" rehabilitate" Fort San Lorenzo. The history-laden site Is the oldest

lore nying tne united states' flag. Her poem:
j LITTLE BLACK LIZARD
- Little sleek, black lizard keeping house up in a tree,
' Does it mean a thing to you, that, yonder, where the sea
1 Extendi her searching fingers towards the waiting, patient
.land,. ':
There stands a Fort whose history was woven from a strand
Of treasure-trove and treachery four centuries ago
A tale of gold and conquest that few living people know?
, HPre; in this dim cathedral wood, the ancient ruins keep
Eternal watch through storm and fair across Atlanta's deep;
Hf re, where the Spanish cohorts gave way to Morgan's men,
- Are nlaced the very cannon -just as they found them then.
4 And, though the drawbridge is no more, the wide, deep moat
remains :
A monument that mocks alike man's losses nd his gains.
For, after some four hundred years, as fortunes come and goc
Who, now, can tell the vanquished 's dust from his trlum trlum-.
. trlum-. phant foe?
, From all Spain's pomp pageantry and Britain's victory,
We have a small, black lizard keeping house up in a tree
" Evangeline Shortall McAllister.

Fort San Lore'hzo was rehabi rehabilitated
litated rehabilitated last year by U.S. and Lar
, tin American students assigned
to the U. S. Army Caribbean
School at Fort Oullck. Repre Representing
senting Representing 20 nations, the interna

tional group cleared foliage from
fche site and generally cleaned
p the Fort to make it the tour tour-let
let tour-let attraction it is today.
- CoL John J. Davis, former
commandant of the USARCARIB
School, initiated and engineer engineered
ed engineered the clean-up campaign. U.S.
Army troops from Fort Gulick
have continued to maintain the
Fort since its renovation last
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Doctors Called
Upon To Reduce
X-Rays For Ssfcly

( WASHINGTON, June 15 (UP)

science' warned the American nnh.

ii. i .i... t a r

uk muay Wai k m using up about
one-third of its atomic mriiatinn

safety limit ja medical and dental

4- V
The findings of leading U. S.
scientists indicated ther 1.

kuch thing as a "safe" amount of

atomic radiation. ;
The medical nrofeasinn i mail

ed upon to redupa y.i-.v. tk Both Tammanv professional Car.

lowest frequency of use consistent 'mme e aPio ,nd tt wheels

wnn meaicai necessity. 01 lne governor s ousy out sew

lunueciarea new xorc .campaign

neaaquaners are staying home.

Harriman Heads

For Hills Hunting
Convention Votes

NEW YORK, June 15 (UP)
New York's Gov. Averell Harrt
man, his hat still bouncing from1

its loss into tne presidential ring,
flies west to the mountains tomor

row on his first acknowledged bunt

ior convention votes.

' Harriman sunnorters from 11

Western states convene it Denver

Saturday morning to form a re

gional Harriman-for President

committee they hope to bonfire in
to a national orsanization.

Harriman toured the area short

ly before he declared his candi

dacy with a literal hat toes at a
hatters' convention last Saturday.

He will arrive on a flying round-

trip in ume to aaaress tne eiosina

lunch and head back for New York
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His New York backers will hi

conspicuously absent from the

flight' to the wide open spaces

"Keep the dose 'as low as
can...; the potential danger

ei,. ine scienusts warned,

you
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The Denver meet ine is schedul

ed to stress Harriman's partcular

That advice j:.. appeals to the West his lifeime

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u.o. ancuusis wno participated In
year-long study sponsored by the
national academy of sciences of
diatJong"al Effects of Atomic R-
But their ''initial

hshed today, recognizes that atom atom-mic
mic atom-mic energy is here to stay. I re re-cognizes
cognizes re-cognizes that if the world escapes

..-.icr war, wun its threat of
possible extinction of the race, it is
headed irreversibly ino an era of

luusuruuming atomic power.

So man. must learn tn Hva vith

and control radioactivity fit him

own making. Balancing the great
prospective benefits against the

cufts.iVEE3 eLsrjA G1AIIAME
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Union Pacific railroad association

with the region, his views on de development
velopment development of Western resources
and on agricultural income which
Western supporters claim are gen

erally popular in tne area.
340-Yer-OId Book
Tells How To
Identify Vilchss
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Known dancers, the scientist!' ram 1- ..k:k .t .u. n .t:

in M uu cumuli. w uie vuiucu uilivci-

nevo win give numanity full scope
to exploit its new energy source

una at tne same urn inrviva it

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Big Spender Voos
Teenaaer Vilh Tale
0( Gold Mine Loot

MILWAUKEE. Wis..' June IS

(UP) A "big spender from the
West" came to Milwaukee to woo

a 19-year-oM-girl with stones of a
gold mine at home.
Today Robert Chevalier," 23, Los
Angeles, was .under $5,000 bail on
a fugitive from justice warrant
waiting extradition to California.
The girl, who met him in Los
Angeles and corresponded with hint;
since her return to Milwaukee,
said "I still love him, but he may

have lied to me

Mexican Group
Protests Shortage
Of Farm Workers

MEXICO CITY, June 15 (UP)
The National Confederation of

Small Farmers protested that

there Is a shortage of farm work workers
ers workers in many parts of the country

while large numbers of prospec

tive migrant laDorera wie near the

border, waiting to enter the Unit United
ed United States.
In protests to the Agriculture.

Interior and Labor Ministries the
Confederation asked the govern government
ment government to make sure there are suffi

cient laborers to harvest Mexico's
crops before permitting braceros

to leave the country. ... i

sity Library,

The book was written on a time

ly subject hack in 1616 how to
identify witches. The volume is

part of Cornell's witchcraft col

lection which includes dating back

to 1487.

The imposing title of the book

is, "The Train of Witchcraft,

Shewing the True and Right

Methode of the Discovery: with a
Confutation on Erroneous Ways."

BUENOS AIRES. June 15

(UP) The wvernment arrest

ed scores of labor agitators- to today
day today for causing; new disorders at

La Plata, scene of the bitterest

fighting in Sunday's abortive

counter-revolution by Peronist,

sympauiizers.

The disorders brok- out soon

after a gang of vigilantes armed

with machlneguns raided v the1!

residence of the Haitian ambas-i

sador in Buenos Aires

tured former Gen. Haul

one of the leaders of Sunday's

revolt.

uation was reported calm later

"lis morning. Police said the
guard was posted to guarantee

tne rigm oi ail employes who

want to work.

The packinghouse worker have

aemanaea zo per cent was in.

creases and other benefits in including
cluding including an end to season.! lav.

off.

Ks'Adenauer Visilmg

Midwesl; Will Den

rpu- l..lt. :

juc mjcuuut government a- i
oh?viXSofJlnd Bonnet

uip.oinauc immunity ana re-1 i,
turned the fugitive rebel leader .CHICAGO. June 13 (UP) West
in recognition of Latin Ameri. German Chancellor Konrad Ade-

ca's traditional privilege of asy-,nsuer.uew to the Midwest today
lum for wanted political leaders ? m,ke. round of speeches and

vur mu uiuiau war Dunnei.

The pro-Peronist labor ainta

tors sent strongarm squads to
the big packinghouses in La Pla Plata,
ta, Plata, formerly Eva Peron. and nre-

renteq woraers on me midnlsnt
shift fm anfuln. y.

They forced them out of buses !SeB!lnChlc,8 M,dw,y F,,dd
and cars and made them leave ,boutnoon- .

me area. i I K m...':oi...j

mu.-'-,.-!.' .' :;'iy na

in uiuiiis aiiecutn lnrninpfl udck oi civic nipnitn

the American-owned Swift andlcheduled to escort Adenauer in a

The 80-year-old chancellor.

met with President Eisenhower in
a 10-minute hospital room confer

ence yesterday, was scheduled to

Armour olants.

. The workers there had been '.

potent lorce in ousted dictator

Juan D, Peron's 1 Confederation

or Larwr. -. v.-?

At La Plata Sunday four ner.

sons were killed and so wound.

ed in street fightine.

Police guards were set up at
tha packinghouses and the sit-

Solon Accuse Dulles

Oi Refuslnp Talks

On Middle East

WASHINGTON. June 15 ftn

nep. cmanuei ueuer (O.N.Y.). re

presenting 16 New York Democra-

nc congressmen, has charged that
Secretary of State John Foster Dul Dulles
les Dulles has refused to see them to dis

cuss tne Middle East ;. w

He said in a statement lint nlsht

mat uuues insists tnat he will only
see three of the group. ? .
"It mav weU be that Mr Dulles

prides himself on his diplomatic
suavity faced with one, two or
three members of Congress' he
said, "but refuses to submit him himself
self himself to the interrogations and opi

nions ot 15 representauves.

"The 16 members of this eonsres.

sional unit have together explored

this problem and have unanimous

ly arrived at the central conclusion
that the most concrete step that

can dc taken for tne maintenance
of peace is an equilibrium of arms
between the opposing factions."
Other congressmen involved are
Reps. Victor L. Anfuso, Charles
A. Buckley, Irwin D. Davidson,
James J.-Delaney. Isidore Dolline-

er, James C. Healy, Lester Holts-

man, edna f Kelly. Eugene J.

Keogh, Arthur G. Kein, Abraham
J. Multer, Leo O'Brien, Adam C.

Powell Jr., John J. Rooney and
Herbert Zelenko.

State Street motorcade.

Adenauer was to address the
Chicago Executives Club and thea

nurry on to Milwaukee, Wis
where his visit coincided with ;

pow-wow of the consolidated tribes

of American Indians.

The Indians planned to mike
Adenauer an honorarv redskin and

present him with a feathered head

dress.! They also promised to do

a war nance for him.

The German leader will receive

an honorary decree from Mar

quette University tonight and at-

lciiu a uimicr in nis nonor. He
leaves Milwaukee on 1 his return

trip to Europe at 9:30 p.m.
Touph East German
Pro-Russian Army

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BERLIN, June 15 (UP) East

Germany is developing a tough ar

my fanatically devoted to t"h e

cause of communism. West Ger

man intelligence sources reported

yesterday.

bince tne communist regime
announced formation of the army
last Jan. 18, not oje man has de-

aericu.
In contrast members of the

"people's police. the armv-stvle

uimmunist pouce force, nave
been deserting to West Berlin at

the rate of a dozen a day.

sources said the commu

nists are handpicking members of

the army.. Actual number of men
under arms is not known to the

West. But the Reds have announc announced
ed announced plans for a seven-division ar army
my army of 100,000 men. .-

An estimated 3,000 members of

the army paraded in their mouse-

gray Hitler style uniforms last
May Day in East Berlin. Western

protests against the parade were

brushed ou.

Returning Prisoners Tell Of Three GIs
Held By1 Russians In-Slave Labor- Camps

VIENNA. June 15-(UP)Aus-

tnans returning irom captivity

in Russia reported today that

the Soviets are holding three

American servicemen In slave

labor camps.

The Americans were identi identified
fied identified as Edward Relti-Stoctv
noth, a World War II Army
Air Force pilot and Army men
Bob Goldman, of New York,
and Jack Koarelsky.

A spokesman for the Austrian

of all Americana missing

the European command were

from

Association of Former Prisoners I before he was released

unable to check their complete

records immediately.
However, one available ros roster
ter roster showed a Bad Goldsman
who was believed seised by the
Reds in Estonia in 1946 and
last was reported seen at a
Vorkuta camp in November,
1955, by returning German
war prisoners, r

Tne Austrian said that

of War said returnees reported! month he received word that the
that the three Americans have! three Americans still were In

ReiU-Stochnoth told the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian war prisoners he was shot
down by the Nazis In 1944 near
the Rumanian oil center of Plo-

estlt one of the major U.S. tar
gets in World War n. :
According to the returnees,
b parachuted to safety and
was captured by the Naaia and
fell fcite the hands of the ad advancing
vancing advancing Russian armv.

The spokesman for the orran-

lust ization said the investigation of

last uie reports would continue.

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plying a mountaiit-top radar conunumcation site in Alaska,
Vertol H-21 helicopter was damaged during a landing. To the.
rescue came another H-21, Using an external sling, healthy
'copter airlifted the damaged one, carrying it to the home baser'
for repairs, and providing the unique situation of an air rescue,
for what is considered the number one air rescue machine.'
' a haOicOpter. -y --.y ';:.-- V rv--ltewr ""Mr

Civil Defense Lists

Week Of Meetings

Civil defense mertinra win V.

held in Paraiso, Gatun and Diablo

starting next Monday.

The Paraiso meetint i"latH tn

stan at 7:90 p.m. at the Paraiso

acnooi.-.

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Tuesday, a meetim will be helH

at the Gatun Service Center, be-

Diablo is the site for the third

meeting, on .Wednesday, also at

the service center starting at 9:30

a.m. ' i

3-Dnv-OM Infnnf

Dies At Coco Solo
: '; J.-.-.- 1 ;
JThe' three-day-old son "of Mr. and
Mrs. William Park of Margarita
died last night' at Coco Solo Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. The baby was born at the hos hospital
pital hospital June 11.

'The father is a member" of
Canal Zone Police.

BALBOA TIDES
SATURDAY, JUNE l

the

NIGH
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10:25 p.m

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a.m.'
4:15p..

been held in the notorious Vor

kuta slave camo complex, in the

Siberian Arctic and last were

the Ukraine camp.

Reitz-Stochnoth last was seen
bv one of the returnees in the

known to have been In a camp' spring of 1954 at a coal pit camp

near Odessa in the Ukraine.

According to one of the Aus

trian returnees, word escaned

through the underground net net-work
work net-work of prisoners and slave

camps that Reitr-Stochnoth was
sent to a camp near Odessa last
year and there met Goldman

ana Koarelsky. ,
U.S. Army officials In Heidel

berg, Germany, who keep lists

in the Vorkuta mines.

. Vorkuta Is a Polar city of 500.-

000. The slave labor camps in
the area were reported to have

been the scene of a bloody up

rising in August, 1953, which was

put down by MVD secret pouce

machine gunners. One hundred
prisoners were reported to have

been shot down in one camo

ions.

ine association claims mem membership
bership membership of 74.000 and Is collect collecting
ing collecting information from released
prisoners on Austrian and oth other
er other foreigners still held captive in
the Soviet Union.
During the past years of the
Cold War, there have been fre frequent
quent frequent reports by Austrian na nationals
tionals nationals and others that the kus-

sians are holding American cap-

uves.
This Is believed to be the first

time, however, that the names
Relti-Stochnoth. Goldman and

Koarelsky have appeared on the

lists..

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