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PANAMA, R. p MONDAY, JUNE 18, 195
t June 18 (UP) r President Eisen-
ivately with Vice-president Ricabrd M.
ites today at Walter Keed hospital,
sorters that ''$i question of the Pres-
ical actions was not tdiscussed."
Mr, Eisenhower also held a sep
arate private meeting with Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State John Foster Dulles
and a brief joint meeting witn
on and Dulles. -
It was his first visit with Nixon
since the President's emergency o-
peration June 9 to relieve an in
Reporters besieged Nixon on his
departure from the Presidential
suite with question' about Mr. Ei
senhower s political intention.
After denying "categorically"
that the question was discussed
this morning, Nixon said that thsf
question of whether the President
will reconsider his decision toun
. I &
t j ror reeiecTien is n ""!
I I "Proildint alone" can ans&er.
J He, said Mr. Eisenhowen will
make the decision and select Jus
own "time and place" for announc
. He said it would not be "prdli
fo him. Nixon, to speculate Hon
when or what the decision will he.
Nixon said. Mr. Eisenhower mm
self knows best the requirements
of leadership, both in national and
international fields, and knows the
burdens of the office and his own
physical capacity. -Nixon
said .he is sure the Presi
dent will "weigh" all the factors
involved and make the -"proper de
Asked, if he might reappraise
his own decision te seek reelec reelection
tion reelection as vicepresident because of
the President's current illness,
Nixon said that "until" the Presi Presi-dent
dent Presi-dent announces any change in his
decision "none of us" who made
decisions based on 1 his W 1 1 1
ig of tne
j m ps
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TIGERS ON THE LOOSE Cautious clrcue workers armed with nets creep towards one of
the two tigers that escaped from a circus In Rome, causing panic among the local citizens In
the heart of the city. Police captured one of the big cats right away, but the ether roamed
about for 90-muiutes, pursued by a lion tamer, ilremen and police riot squads. t No one was
- ? Injured, but the tiger killed a circus donkey and injured a pony before being caught.
8 In Jail After Liberals' Attempt
To Hold Santa Ana Plaza Meeting
In j&il today were eight per
sons arrested by the National
Guard Saturday night in Santa
Ana Piaza where members oi
the ODDOsitlon National Liberal
Party attempted to hold a rally
.ttIt. :.L .. .k. wrfi.i .Atwnicn ponce saia was piannea
"""J"1. without notuylnar the proper
8:30 a.m. and saw. ""'.jrut,' authorities.
,iie Presiutat for u inin-
?"State Department 'jpiaM
18 (UP) -i
r9 his e-
s ur. ri.
L tic candi-
ks wide' a
id in 1952,
re aeecul aeecul-atlane
atlane aeecul-atlane to
2 news of
l s lot of
of the ill
Thi Pfdent ha -teen mtL and
had, taken tis daily .walking xer-
rises before his visitors arrivea.
He was badt in bed .when hC con conferred
ferred conferred with them. f 1
tr F.ischhnwer s doctors niscios.
ed in an 8 a.m. medical DWieun
tht he hi, lost seven pounds in
woiffht since he was admitted to
the hospital.--1; 'y'-'fO'V'
White House press seer imj
Tam c. Haeertv saia aociors
considered this a "normal" Joss of
weight fbr a surgical patient who
as for1 several days fed intraven
Dn.?.k Driving Trio
IlsLbed By CZ
Or.3 Is Tom Collins
Heading a list of convicted drunk
en drivers today was a, man nam-!
ed Tom Collins. j
Collins, a three-time offender, re received
ceived received the stiffest sentence, 15 days
to serve in the Balboa nil in ad
dition to the usual $100 fine and
the revocation of his.driver's: li
The 57-year.old American, who Is
a heavv equipment .operator for
the Motor Transoortation Division,
was nicked uo while 'driving in. an
intoxicated condition' on Roosevelt
Avenue yesterday at 4:50 e.ra. He
was sentenced today in the Balboa
On the Atlantic side, three men,
two of them Americans, faced, the
Cristobal Magistrate's Courtj oni
similar charges. -: v j
The trie of defendants eacn were
fined $100" and givea 10-day sus sus-oended
oended sus-oended iail sentencet. They were,
Krincisco k. taraie,-.oi-year- i
Colombian seaman: David U Hec
tor 20, a sailor from Coco Sold, and
Euria C. Watson. 3Z, a t uuuca
u: -, .s m ; iv,-3 cl : ay
puuue meeting.) ? 4
Sentences of frOm 20 to 90
days, were imposed on the eight
men on charges ranging5 from
disturbing the. peace to being
disrespectful to. police officers,
who broke up the attempted
rally, , .',
; Prominent among the eight
men arrested is Nathaniel Men Men-dez,
dez, Men-dez, a Panama City businessman
and cousin of defeated presi presidential
dential presidential candidate Victor F. Goy Goy-tia.
tia. Goy-tia. Mendez was sentenced 60
flays in Jail on charges of in insulting
sulting insulting President Arias and
membei-s of the Secret Police.
He immediately appealed- the
sentence, which will now go be before
fore before the mayor.C :
Thirty-days sentences were
imposed on Relnaldo Villalobos,
40, mechanic, and Salvador Ra Ramos,
mos, Ramos, 22. waiter, both for insult'
mg the President.; -. 1
A carpenter, Arauz Mlranda
38, was sentenced to 90 days in
Jail on charges of inciting a riot
and insulting a : police officer.
Gustavo Guevara, 36, a mechan mechanic.
ic. mechanic. 30 days for disresisect to a
G:rp$ Kitchen Ma
Held Fbir Slabbing
Cd-Vorker In Ribs
A Gorgas Hospital kitchen helper
who allegedly stabbed a co-worker
with an 11-inch carving knife last
Saturday today was char-nl with
assault with a deadly weai a.
- Bail of $1,000 in the case of Luis
A. Innis, 21-year-old Panamanian
was set today in the Balboa Ma
gistrate's Court and the case w
continued until Thursday mornr
Attorney Woodrow de Castro
in his appearance for the deft f
ant. '. ,-
li.nis is accused of stabbing Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto Bonny in the right rib, fol
lowing an arugument. Twenty'
stiches were required to close up
Bonny s side, but uie wounded man
A chauffeur. Federlco Barrios.
22, was sentenced to 60 'days for
inciting disorders and carrying
rubber-covered iron bars. Luis
Guerrero Ayarza, 35, a mason,
was given a 40-day sentence for
inciting a riot and causing 1 a
oisturoance, and Victor Cruz, 48,
"0 days nr creattng a disturb
,iv iiiKrit were laon a huars
later alter it; was established
they had no connection with
the attempted rally and the dis disturbances
turbances disturbances which followed a po police
lice police attempt to prevent it. '.
Willi Sfealing Sbs
An unemployed Panamanian who
claims he knows nothing about the
charge of which he is accused, that
of stealing a pair of soldier s shoes,
today was bound over for trial in
the U.S. District Court and bail of
$500 was set by the Balboa Ma Magistrate.
gistrate. Magistrate. -A " '. ""
Manuel Salazar today refuted a
signed confession presented in the
Balboa Magistrate's Court,, although
he admitted the signature was his.!
The 24-year-old Salazar 19 charg
ed with burglarizing building'714
at "Ft. Kobbe where 25 -pairs of
soldiers' shoes, placed in the base
ment of the building overnight to more couldn't hurt,
Under Tvo Pounds,
Thrives Al Gorgas
A baby who weighed less than
two pounds at birth today was cel celebrating
ebrating celebrating a five-week birthday in
his incubator at Gorgas Hospital.
And proud and grateful parents.
Set,, and Mrs. Gino Aoonte today
had only high praise for the hospi
tal's staff responsible for the ba
by s being alive today. ;
Young James Aponte, a six and
a half months premature baby, was
so tiny at birth that he couldn't be
put on the scales. When he finally
was weighed a day or two later.
he tipped the scales at one pound
IS ounces, and is believed to be the
smallest baby ever born in Gorgas
wno remained anve.
The Aponte Infant had been lfv
ina in an Armstrong incubator ev
r since, and today was reported
doing "just ant," and weighing
three pounds. -
The "preemy' is the Aponte'
first chdd after five years of
marriage, and momma Lorraine is
thrilled that he's doing so well,
"We really didn't have much
she recalled his birth, "and if not
f the wonderful people at Gorgas
hope for him," she said today as
she recalled hi birth, "and if not
for the wonderful epople at Gorgas
he wouldn't have lived at all."
Young Jimmy was due to be
to Rico. 1 was not hospitalizea.
Punches La Boca
For hitting the La Boca Serv
ice Center manager Jose Rivas
today, was sentenced In the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrate's Court to spend
15 days in jail. V :
On a second charge of loiter loitering,
ing, loitering, the 26-year-old Panaman
ian defehdant drew a suspend suspended
ed suspended sentence id was placed on
i" V"" 1 -('11. ,
. tiract a a te : un
i hen h cktoMiD a small iaot
tie of sai" fronCone: of ? the
tables and began rattling- ft to
get some service. The clubhouse
manager, Reuben L. Stewart,
came over to see what the
Rivas said that Stewart push pushed
ed pushed him first, but evidence show showed
ed showed that the .defendant hit the
manager in th face, causing a
cut below the lip. v I
. The incident occurred yester yesterday
day yesterday around, noon.; -.-.,, -a ;.::
FfiIighl Theff y :
From Zone Police :
Brliigs: Jail TcrmSP I
A rraflr (hipf tuhn nirVeA- h
Cristobal Police Station for the site
of his crime returned to the scene
of his theft one week after trying
to evade the law. i
. With a long list of petit larcey larcey-ny
ny larcey-ny convictions against him, Alfon Alfonso
so Alfonso A. Browen probably felt one
Big Miss? ;
HONOLULU. June 18 (UP)
The FBI is aeeklne the service
man or servicemen wno mscioseu
that the k recently air-dropped
hvdroeen bomb missed us tar
get, the Honolulu Advertiser
The Informant also said two
servicemen were blinded by the
The newsnaoer said author!
ties consider it "Imperative to
find the leak on Eniwetok and
plug it, no matter what service
he belongs to (He was not a Na Navy
vy Navy man)."
intelligence authorities are
"far more concerned w'th the
fact that he talked at all than
with the mixture of fact and
Scuttlebut he dispensed," the
Tut FBI s only comment on
the story was: "We are interest interested
ed interested in any possible security vio
lations involving- the Atomic En
ergy Act, which we are obligated
to entorce. t
The FBI knows that whoever
was' responsible for the leak
stayed at a small -Waikiki hotel
on a funough, the newspaper
said, but is interested in learning
whether v the informant was
drunk when he told a night club
reporter that the H-bomb drop.
Which Kills 19
. NICOSIA, Cyprus, June 18 (UP) A forest fire odT
parently touched off by trapped leaders of the anti-Brit
ish Eoka Greek Cypriot underground killed 19 British soil
diers and burned scores of others, it was announced today;
names rolled down out ot the Troodos mountains
where caged-in anti-British guerrillas were believed jo
have started the flames that came rolling out of the moun
tains into the advancing line of soldiers. They suffered
me worst toil in u months ot battling. A 'Z
The British Army announced today that 19 were kilp
ed and 18 injured when the fire first burst onto the cordpn
of troops yesterday. ;
The fire was still blazing out of control today and
another 50 casualties were being flown back to hospitals;
1 No one knew yet if the extremist band caught in the
cordon had succeeded in escaping while the troops turn turned
ed turned to fight for their own lives. 5 ,
The quarry had been
George Grlvas. the EOKA
derground'i Greek leader who
narrowly escaped two other
CoL; pressed "shock" at the treaedt'
Un- A CVDllOt memher nt th r.b
ped over Bikini May 21. exploded "P "le present operauunj
seven milra away fronj the tar.' The forest fire roared thronr
be shined. had disappeared.
He is accused of making on witn
one pair of shoes which today were
identified by Pfc. Leon" Brewer,
who said he missed the shoe on
May after he had. left them, in
the basement for a shine.' He ex
plained that the soldiers have an
arrangement witn a ana jias In Indian
dian Indian to cleaa the shoes on month monthly
ly monthly basis.:', ,...""-: -,;.:i:-'-f'..
saiazar contenaea inai xne reai
thief was a man whom he identi identified
fied identified by the name of Chano. but po police
lice police investigation failed to uncover
such an individual. The defendant
protested he "didn't know a
thing" about the shoes, and insist insisted
ed insisted on askina the Ganal Zone de
tective who apprehended him where
be found the shoes. f
The Judge ruled the question to
be irrelevant, and. asked Salazar
to verify the signature on his con-
fession, wuico He uiu. uiri
Maeistrate then statea mere was
enough evidence presented to in indicate
dicate indicate a burglary had been com
mitted and ordered the case Douna
. ... i rt t.:
over ior iriai in u. a. uuuwiwnui.
On some pretense, he wantered
mto the Cristobal Police Station,
and after getting a drink of water
at the fountain nonchalantly lifted
a flashlight belonging to a police
i A desk sergeant noticed the Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian sauntering out With the
flashlight in his pocket, but was
not aware of the fact that It was
not Bowen's own property until
guard complained his was stolen.
Exactly one week later, the 28-year-old
thief was apprehended for
stealing a hammer from the x acht
Club. Later he was identified in the
station as having stoler the flash flashlight
light flashlight too.
In the Cristobal Magistrate's
Court Bowen tooay was fined $25
on each count of petit larcey, and
sentenced to 30 days on each
charge, t i
get and blinded two members of
the atomic task force.
Tin" jh-ri.T'-fr-i Cnrri?i.
CIA's Dulles I
From Garage Roof,
One of the first accidents
! !:n Who Snatched
Ciiilfy 01 Urccny
post-school days occurred Saturdxy
afternoon when the nine-year old
son of Charles McConney fell off
a garage rooftop while playing and
landed on his head.;, .3:
Young McConney is in Gorgas
A man who snatched up 113 drop
ped by a young girl shopper in the
shoe' section of the Tivoli Commis Commissary
sary Commissary Saturday today was found
guilty of larceny of lost property.
However, Balboa : Magistrate
of, Judge John E. Demmg imposed a
bora on ug. 2, and she'll proha-j Hospital today suffering from a
bly have to wait until around that
time, or until he's up to five
pounds before she can take him
home. y: ;. 7 1
"But while I'm waiting. I keen
mV fineers crossed." she said to- rage
dav. Set Arwte is with Hq. 5700 Road
possible skull fracture and brain
concussion, however be is not on
the seriously ill list. r
The accident occurred while he
was playing on the roof of a ga-
to house 0206 on Hemck
His father works for All-A-
AB Group stationed .at Albrook. 'merican Cabiu.
suspended sentence on the defend
ant, Raymond uiovis, s, ana place
the Panamanian on one-year pro
bation. .. v; j ;, r ,- .:
The money was recovered 'and
returned to its rightful owner, An Angela
gela Angela M. Henriquez, who dropped it
while making a purchase of a pair
of shoes. '.'
A woman witness said she was
Clovis stoop and snatch up the
money after it had been dropped
hut she didn't know who the right right-nil
nil right-nil owner was until the girl began
looking for it. ,
I Washington. June is W)
The nation's intelligence
chief believe the Russians have
made a lot of progress in devel
oping the intercontinental bal ballistic
listic ballistic missile but has "no evid evidence
ence evidence they are ahead of us.".;; 7.
' Director Allen W. Dulles of
the Central Intellirence A A-geney
geney A-geney disagreed with Senate
Democrats who have charred
that the administration has
permitted the Soviets to forte
head of this country In the
ICBM field. .'
' Dulles was Interviewed yester yesterday
day yesterday over three New York televi television
sion television stations bv Rep. Harold C.
In another field, development
of atomic energy to create elec electric
tric electric power, Dulles said he feels
"quite sure" the Soviets "are
not ahead of us."
Turning to recent attacks on
Josef 8talin by current Soviet
leaders, Dulles said he believes
the Kremlin is trying to per persuade
suade persuade the "befuddled" Russian
people that "they are doing a a-wav
wav a-wav with tyranny."
But, he said, Russia still is
dominated "by a bunch of ty tyrants.
rants. tyrants. ; i
;:-. ... .'o;.-:'-,-
' Russian leaders, still "want to
take over the free world,! he
said. "Thev think the softer line
may get them further thn the
hard, rigid line of Stalin."
Dulles said he had no evidence
to support rumors that Stalin
was murdered, although "he had
a lot of enemies.";
Likewise, he fid. he doe no
know whether Stalin murdered
his wife. r -
Vote To Renew
Parliament, Savvas Lolzides, de-
fia1 sirs. ...
iut Al' w raipossioie that
was perpetrated, by1
;uBui British troop, arrf,tH
three Crerk yovf
some of Britain! top troops.
Marine Commandos, p a r a-
trnprr, armor anil ground
- r' !" -! 1 I'r Vnrcr
lit restaurinl v1
'-?w2i. 'X t -' aWtJMi' troops Enforced a mti
-ivThousands of acre! of explo- utary curfewi on Greek sectors
stve pine timber was blozint 1 thii walled city starting at 7
and there was no rain in sight 0.m. and -lastlnK" until' further
The fire threatened to become notice. No Greek Cyprlots can
the, worst in Cypriot history. ibe on the street from 7 Djn.1
Meanwhile British authorities 4 Jn. , ?WM4 ?WM4-clamped
clamped ?WM4-clamped a curfew' on the oreekf-"-1' i-m,1-:'-sector
of Nicosia last- night in y Troops stood guard on the'
retaliation for ths bomb attadtJooX of the Reglna Palace HS HS-that
that HS-that killed an American vice tel .acroaa the street from tJie
consul and wounded three other restaurant. K , ,
U.S. citizens, one ot them crltt' -tBoteier, 28, had come to cZZ
fn.V- imc Aey, orcy
Greeks, on Cyprus apolog'ied
through their church leader
for the restaurant bombing
that killed CS. Vice Consul
William Boteler the first
American fatality tn the eight eight-month
month eight-month anti-British ander -ground
campaign here. ';
Th three wounded men were
employej of a V. government
radio station. One of them, Jack
Bane, 98, of Chevy Chase, Md.,
though seriously -hurt was re re-norted
norted re-norted out of danarr. James
Coleman, 28, ot'Scranton; Pa.,
was treated for minors injuiies
and discharged. 4;:' : r-
The Hungarian owner of tne
bombed restaurant bitterly 'de
nounced the attackers, who are
suspected of being pro-Greek
guerrillas. ?;:,:" itv:',
"They know our customer are
all American: boys,"5 Mr
Buaat said. :,
ur 'wccus ago. Ha was a vice
consul in the u. S. legation fct
Nicosia. -4 v
JSS w.a" "!ated the th7 V
other Americana at t.ki.
posite the door of the restaur
whcu me pomDers struck, i 1
d0r open because of
night heat. Two swarthy yc
"Duck," shouted Steve Bud;
owner of the restaurant. f
- "Two round objects Wits
parks shooting from fuw
came through the air 'ani
landed right under Boteler)
Mble'IBndal said today. v
yv "Within three seconds oh
went off with a very loiid
.v .;;.v rr
Eniishman Sam William 1
Steve p<td to the aide of the Amer-
icans, .une cnap was btyor 1
The acting leader cf the Greek. ?id hl- That was Boteler.
Orthodox church on Cyprus, f ln tot Us work on,,
Hisnon 1 kit 111m iMiifn nt.""n.
ment expressing .1 the "deep
pain" of Greek Cypriot; and
called Boteler the "unfortunate
victim of a tragedy.'? f ;;;
Greek Premier Constantine
Karamanlls was swittlv inform.
ed by telephohe of the attack;
on mis unusn isianu : coiony
where Greek Cyprlots are agi agitating
tating agitating for union with Greece
Official sources ln Athens ex-
Eden, Alllee, Bcir
Barcn Receive Old
Order 01 Chivalry
Members of the U.S. Citizens'
Association yesterday voted to re
new their contract with wasmn"-
ton attorney La Vera
for another year.
WINDSOR. England. June 18
(un Brman's suave Prime
Minister, a Socialist peer and a
beer baron today received Eu Europe's
rope's Europe's oldest order of chivalry, the
Order of the Garter. ;
In a colorful noon ceremony in
Windors Castle Queen. Elizabeth
bestowed the honor on Sir Antho-
R. Dilweg ny Eden, Socialist former Prime
Minister gin Atuee ana Lora 1
They met yesterday at 3 p.m. iniVeag, 82-year-old manufacturer of
the Diablo Service Center and the
renewal of Dilweg's contract fea featured
tured featured high on the agenda of busi business
ness business discussed.
Dilweg has represented the US USCA
CA USCA in Washington for several years
and has been instrumental in push
ing for legislation beneficial to the
welfare of Zone employes. He has
made several personal visits here.
Sir "VinstoL Churchill, who pre-
ceeded and then succeeded Attlee
as Prime Minister, and British
wartime commander Field Marsh Marshal
al Marshal Montgomery of Alamein acted
as "supporters for Lden.
Mrs. Budal bitterly "criticize t
Greek Cyprlots who lived :only
15 feet away from the restau restaurant
rant restaurant but failed to come and of offer
fer offer aid to the injured. 4
v "They must have seen wha
threw the bombs." she said.
Why dont they speak?" ..
Retrieve Glasses l
Froni SISp Bottcni
An elderly Dredging Division
employe today may be thinking
ot taking up skin diving in his
pare time. -t -t -.
At least it would be. a gesture
of l;is gratefulness to two. skin
divers responsible trr retrieving
his glasses from the bottom of
the PL Sherman ferry slip. ?
Winter Hope didn't mind fall fall-lng
lng fall-lng Into-, the water when hi
stepped from a launch to an oil
barge at the Dredtriiig Division
Field Office dock near the ferry
slip, but he did mind losing his
glasses, without Which he can
hardly see. v. :
: A report of the lost property,
which included a fountain pen,
brought rapid results Two Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal policemen, Sgt. Braxton
Treadwell and H- C. P.icharos.
Churchill received the order a-skin-diving enthusiasts, prompt
lone at the last Jnestitute ceremo-ily dove into 40 feet ot water
say. and recovered the (lasses.
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On Jhe Spot
CHIROPRACTORS ON ZONE
Several months tzo I read a sdIcv letter signed by Sore
Joints complaining about Oorgas Hos-pital not having an ac
credited chiropractor. This Item interested me ana x Began
' snooping around to ascertain the reason. I soon found out that
the Chief Health Officer and all the doctors of Gorgas Hospital
frown on this sort of hocus nocus. In ether words a chiroprac
tor cannot be licensed by the CZ Government and also will not
' be recognized accordingly, well, sore joints, tna. ww answer
your inquiry. -h t 1
Dont be discouraged because I have learned that their is a
chiropractor operating a first class clinic in Balboa. From all
indications he has a real first class business as a side line from
his regular assigned official position. What I cannot under understand
stand understand is why this quack is allowed to operate when the health
authorities oppose such medical proceedure. If this official Is
operating a non-licensed medical clinic against the law then he
should be brought before the bar of justice and penalized ac
cordingly. It is no secret that tne clinic is running at iuu
By VICTOR RIESIX
. Harry Truman, tourist is head.
lag home for, his last political
roundup. When he is finished cor.
riling delegates for Stuart Syming-
a nominating convention
next August, the ex-president plans
up uu pany acuvity and
jus power on 10 a younger
uau. jrruni inen on out the Den
ocrau to nitcn their wagon to
Jone aiar. Lyndon Jnlincnn ni
Texas. Who onct honed tn h nr.ci
uviu uunseu dot now will be con con-JS?!.
JS?!. con-JS?!. ,0 tne Pwer oeh'nd the
tvc.ie House, when anil if th
democrats move m. i
This means tha the nation's la
bor leaders will have even ere jr.
er power in the Democratic .Party
wan they have today with their
city Dy city clubhouse coalitions
in me lactory laden north.
The national labor chiefs.
peciauy tnose militant ones nut
oi tne old CIO, have quite a hold
- speed and his patients are not all employes either, as cars from Jen Lyndon Johnson and the Texas
.Panama are often seen parted in the cinciai parsing spaces.
If a non-licensed chiropractor is allowed to operate inde independently
pendently independently without being under the proper Health Authority
when I see no reason why Gorgas Hospital should not have one
with proper authority..
I'm for putting this quack out of business.
For Good Medical Supervision
CHRISTENING AND .BAPTISM
A few davs aeo I read In the Mall Box an article concern
ing a controversy among some members of several religious
groups, over the words "christen" and "baptize," and I am
eager to clarify the explanation thereon made by Mr. Dictionary
: Webster's New Twentieth Century Dictionary. .unabridged
and expanded, and revisea eaiuon or tne original; wors oi uwi uence in the southwest anH then
Webste? says Baptism, (baptesme, baptisma, baptismo?. teat
which is dipped; from baptaeln, to dip.) U The application "Jf.6 lie, 0
of water to a person, as-a sacrament or religious ceremony, oy
democratic Party stranae as it
may seem to observers in New
xorK or Chicago.
What these observers just don't
realize is that Texas has half a
million union members in some ol
the "most politically sophisticated
It is not generally known no
north that these unions rustled up
enougn money ana manpower to
help Sen. Lyndon Johnson take the
Democratic Party away from such
conservatives as Gov. Allen Shi
vers. And that Texas' labor ooli-
ticos aow have an operating base
which soon will give them as much
which he Is initiated into the visible church of Christ. This is
usuallv nerformed bv sDrtckling. pouring, or unmerson, ine
manner of performing the act varying with the tenets of varl
nils rhiirrhes. 1 i-
rhristen: rhristenen. rhistenian. to christen, from Crlsten,
s rhristian. Christlanus. Christianos. a Christian. (1.) To give
a name in baptism; as, the child was christened Edith. i. To
name. S.) Colloquially, to use for the fcrst time; as, to christen
, a house.
The root of the word baptize means to dip, that which is
dlrraed. and always shall remain thus, "unnscen" is aenvea
fmm a word which means christian. The two words differ,
The fact is that some .religious groups try to make these words
mean the same and call "christen." "Danuze" and vice versa
' the act varying with the tenets of various churches. ; Baptize
means that which is dipped, not that which is sprinkled or
noureA uoon. When one is christened he is sprinkled.
- The Bible, to further emphasize, says that "baptism" means
to din buried. "Buried with Him in baptism, wherein also
ye are risen with Him." coiossians as:'
When a child is christened he is sprinkled, and if it were
the act of baptism.-or should be considered as such, Christ
would not have set the example by going Into the water. He
" would have remained on the hank of the river Jordon and have
- John sprinkle Him, but you "will notice that Mark 1:9 states
"and straightway coming up out of the water." Where was
Jesus? In the water, and mindvyou, under the water also,
otherwise Bi could, not. have been seei .corne upland out" of
- We go a r'Je further with flur excmls o his Important
afiTiii r m ;, o i at Roman 8-4 "Thr v i n buri
ed.'' Notlci .e oid 'buried." "wit l Him L tismft
' into death: that like, as Christ was "raised up from the .tieath
" even so we also should wajfc in the newness) of life, ;
It is well to observe and comprehend that the. word "buri "buried"
ed" "buried" as here mentioned coincide with the previous statement
"burled wltfa him in baptism," and "coming ; up out pt the
water." : a'" i.-; -,,.: :'v1
We can very well see, so far, that the two words are entire entirely
ly entirely different, except for the association that is placed upon them
by various religious believer?. It is well to also notice that all
act of baptism performed or commanded in the Bible coincides
with the original or root word meaning "baptism."
Now we comp to a strong statement from Holy Writ, which
when coupled with the act of christening, immediately con condemns
demns condemns it as erroneous. s
i Acts 2:38 states: "Repent and be baptized every one of you
in the name of Jesus Christ for the remlslson of sins, and ye
shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost" Now, if christen is
the same as baptize then every act or rite of christening is
!" wrong, for the infant has not' repented and confessed his sins,
vtherefore his christening is null and void. ..
Ono the other hand the Bible clearly points that the ad-
monition to be baptized is pointed to those who have passed
"the. stage of infancy,; thus being able to discern between good
suid evil. .,
So, to finalize' ior the present, the act of "christening" is
'.acceptable from the standpoint of naming the child, but should
nevpr be considered as right in the case of acceptance into fel fellow;
low; fellow; lp with the church. For surely the facts stand out that
-tain ts who are christened are not considered saved, and link--ed
1 any way to the church where they are christened, to wit,
" jat lie and Anglo-Catholic
7 n the other hand individuals who are deslrlous of ecom ecom-ih
ih ecom-ih i embers of a body of believers should be baptized, or im-,tnf-
1 in a baptistry, or-river as, commanded by Jesus, thus
tu: if demonstrating tnaijie has repentea and confessed his
eiru ..net. willing to link himself with such and such a body of
beh ers 1u considered to be the mode of fellowship in their
chir h. .. ".' ''.".
1 hope with this humble explanation Mr. Dictionary Believer
i:i ? e convinced that it is the Bible that points the way to
1 Cr ; not the Dictionary, which is only a thesis used in ex-
' ng the myriad Of words found in the Bible and other
v t... ry compositions. ..'.
.; t 'v.. Miss Bible Believer
This may hot awaken any great
enthusiasm in Mr, Johnson, leader
of the Senate's Democrats, but thel
labor people in Texss are his poli political
tical political partners. And when the Texas
delegation gets up to the nominat nominating
ing nominating convention, they'll have some
real power over the votes cast
for a presidential candidate by the
For evidence of this lust look
at the delegation of 11 which will
zo to the convention from the coun
ty which covers Houston. Five of
the 11 are labor men or union
My scouts in Dallas, Forth wop
th, Austin and san Antonio say
the nattern was repeated mere.
Only metropolis I haven't beard
from is Riesel. Texas. ?''.
That seems to me to be one of
the .big political developments of
the moment, it is ine Deginnmg
of a mnctr move to link the Dem
ocratic labor coalitions of the North
with those bourgeoning in the south.
It has excaDed national attention'
but sooner or later it will he as
controversial as FDR's famed
Onr It With Sidnev."
Johnson neWlHlidcal parliftrs
cut in on him the hard way. The
. 7 . ,. J : J J
ib nor 8iraieKis simpiy aeciueu w
do in Texas what they have done
in New York, New Jersey; Penn
sylvania, Illinois, Oregon, uaiuor uaiuor-nia
nia uaiuor-nia and other such states. Money
and manpower come from Walter
Reuther's Auto Union, Al Hayes'
Machinists, the Brotherhood of
Electrical Wdrkers: the Communi
cations Workers, tne &teei union
and Mike Quill's Transport won
ara TTninn ' ;?? ';-..
With this well oiled juggernaut
ready for action, the unions nign
command moved into the fight for
control of, the Democratic Party
state convention. I
Whoever controls the state con
vention, controls the state party.
Up to that fight, the Lone Star
Democratic rany was spin uci uci-ween
ween uci-ween the conservatives behind Gov.
Shivers, who had bolted to tisen-
hqwer in 52, and tne regular dem democratic
ocratic democratic organisation.
After the state convention the
party was inMhe hands of the anti.
Shivers bloc much of which is con controlled
trolled controlled by the unions. i ;
In some of the larger ciues,
!in-lAini: -L.lli ri i
! vv aner incneii i n wew i pru
WASHINGTON Not only didlsenhower, "that it would he's
THE HEAD LINERS
Jim Hagerty, Eisenhower's press
aide, appears on the front pages
almost as often as Mr. President.
There is genuine,' mutual respect
between them. Ironically, the re
spect (and affection) was sparked
by a heated disagreement. Shortly
after Hagerty joined Eisenhower's
staff "Jim's temper flared. Follow Following
ing Following a cooling off period Ike
grinned: "You don't scare easily,
do you?" The President then con confided
fided confided that when he was on Gen.
MacArthur's staff he made a point
of speaking up when he disagreed
with his superior. Eisenhower add added:
ed: added: "Jim, you be the same way
with me and we'll .get along, all
Eisenhower's initial experience
with surgery was the consequence
of supreme preparedness and the
ultimate in foresight. When he
served in Panama, he casually
remarked:' "This is a f day to
have ;.ir t, oendix i." A
fellow officer asked le if ..e felt
HI t-Ne,'-' ,he answered, ?t .-don't
even know that I hav an appen appendix,
dix, appendix, But it might rear up and put
me out oi action sometime wnen
things aren't so quiet."
There never was a lovelier bride
than Dana Wynter nor a luck luckier
ier luckier groom than Greg Bautzer.
She is a rare Hollywood actress:
A brainy beauty with dignity as
well as glamour. .Dana, a British
er, vowed to conquer a Yankee
Doodler long before she met Greg
.When she arrived in Holly
wood she Informed an interview interviewer:
er: interviewer: "I'm an admirer of American
men. As a matter of fact, I'm mad
about them. I intend to marry one
someday. They pamper their wom women.
en. women. They are .proud to see their
women well-dressed and happy.
And the women reflect it."
In sum: Dana Cupid Triumphed
pired by Mr. Kkm. .The news
paper promptly blamed the fan's
demise on the ump's decisions with
this wild headline: "Klem Kills
innocent Man.': r
several dooks and numerous
mag essays have.soueht to doi.
pher Jackie Gleason's complex per
sonality. ,r. uieason has been
co-starring with Freud in print.
However, the shrewdest and most
accurate size-up of Gleason was
maae -oy bicason, "People want
to xnow," ne proclaimed, "why
I take on more and more things,
why I make my life so difficult,
Well, I remember how I used to
walk down Sixth Avenue and no nobody
body nobody recognized me and nobody
saiu iieiio 10 ma ana i walked
real slow. Now everybody knows
Aw-a-ay (hey- Got
t The Jeanne Craiu-Paul Brink,
man unhappy ending Is a typical
Hollywood saga. A stmean en enchant
chant enchant millions, .intensify .emotions
and amass great treasure without
gaining essential emotional com.
fort. An unknownstroUin in the
park frequently as a deeper sense
of serenity than the famous who
inhabit the peaks of golden moun
tains, as Ava uaraner once bit
ieny commentea: "There are
umes wnen everything is nothing."
The candor concerning Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's illness is in contrast with the
secrecy surrounding serious, ail ailments
ments ailments of his predecessors. .
President Cleveland, for instance,
was operated on for cancer of the
jaw. The surgery was performed
e i ' a.
oounQ. Alter tne e-dav vnvave
Cleveland walked ashore unassist-
ea, onoruy afterward, he was
fitted with, an artificial jaw. The
news that the operation had been
perofrmed was not made public
until w years after Cleveland
Psea. juncoln, according to
historians, had smallpox while in
tne wmte House.. The news was
hushed. Teddy Roosevelt lost the
sight of one eye while President
and the public was not informed.
Months passed before the full ex
tent of Pres.- Wilson's paralytic
stroke was made public;
Although Rex Harrison has rel
ished the exultation ; of the rave
notices for "My Fair Lady" he
has never forgotten the frustration
of his initial appraisal. ..He had
a minor role in his first London
show.. .. .The morning after, the
premiere' he' anxiously searched
critic James Asate's rennrt for a
reference to himself. JHe finally
found it and groaned. .It road:!
"The play had pnc rcler ( n
joung maq in it, whose
name escapes me, seems to have
a real talent for comedy.''
The Cods was the cen far
Broadway's most blessed event!
tne Dirth of a star. Roberta Sher Sherwood
wood Sherwood chanted and enchanted. The
raves were' unanimous. The best
review, in my opinion, was deliv delivered
ered delivered by a man at: the Copa on
her thrilling Premiere night. After
her 15th song she. modestly said:
"I know this. I know you should
get off when you're going good"
., .ine spectator spoKe for the
happy -crowd : "YouUl be going
the Kremlin fire Vvacheslav Moi-
otov as foreign minister of Russia
one day before Marshal Tito ar arrived,
rived, arrived, but, believe it or not the
Kremlin sent word to Tito in ad advance
vance advance that Molotov was beins
Reliable advices received in the
diplomatic corps state categorical
ly mat nio received a special
message from Moscow, shortly be
fore he left Belgrade, subservient subserviently
ly subserviently notifying him that Molotov
would be kicked out .because of
his part in conspiring against Tito
Meanwhile, the American em
bassy in Moscow has warned
President Eisenhower to beware
of new Russian moves in the Near
East now that Dimitri Shepilov
has replaced Molotov as prime
The President had received this
warning from Moscow prior to his
recent press conference in which
he stated publicly that Russia's
new rulers continue to follow dic dictatorial
tatorial dictatorial methods. i
New Foreign Minister Shepilov
is the man who negotiated the
Communist arms deal with Egypt
when he visited Cairo last year. I
As a result, the American embas embassy
sy embassy reports Shepilov will probably
not be satisfied until the last
Westerner has been kicked out of
the Near East and, aH its oil is
in Russian hands. -
It was missed by the press, but
the, Americans For Democratic
Action quietly dropped Franklin
D. Roosevelt, Jr., as a .vice to follow Egypt's lead in recog recog-president
president recog-president at their recent conven-jnizing Red China. Instead, he has
lion. Young. (JJks name was 'actually increased his economic
scratched while his mother,, an relations with the Chinese Nation
honorary ADA leader, sat on the alists, not the Chinese Reds ,
stand. " American agents report that
The nominating committee no-fierce fighting has broken out in
tified Roosevelt in advance that' the highest country in the world
ADA could ho longer keep him Tibet. Though Tibet has been
as an officer as long is he actedlannexed by Red China, the Red
as attorney and registered agent conquerors had so. much trouble
for the Caribbean strong man, they allowed Tibetans to keep
Dictator Trujillo of the Dominican their spiritual leader, the Dalai
Republic. Trujillo is under a bar- Llama. Today the Dalai Llama
rage of criticism because hired. is a prisoner in his own monastery,
matters tor tne united States ta
intervene at this stage. It would
be like walking into a house and
trying to stop a quarrel between
a husband and wife.The chances
are we would only isucceed in'
making enemies 06 both without
bringing peace to the family."
,The President also indicate4
that he was going to be very --lective
lective --lective about his speeches this
campaign year when Murphy in.
vited him to attend the VFW con
vention August 12 in Dallas.
"Give it to the boys (While
House advisers), and we'll see if
it can be worked out," the Pres President
ident President said, referring to the VFW
invitation. "I would very much
like to go to Dallas, but I have
to be careful this year about peo people
ple people reading politics into my ap
pearances before non-political or.
ganizations like your own.
"I can't take five steps without
some people charging me with po
litical implications," he added.
DIPLOMATIC POUCH ;
The State Department is !des.
perately trying to keep 1,500
Americans stationed on riot-torn
Cyprus out of the headlines. Rea-.
son, they are using Cyprus as a
base for monitoring Soviet radio
boradcasts. They are able to heaY
70 Russian radio stations loud
and clear on the tiny Mediterran
ean island. The State Department
has ordered the Americans to take
no sides" in the riots, to jmake no
remarks favoring either (the Brit British
ish British or Cypriots King Saud
of Saudi Arabia has -flatly refused
killers allegedly murdered aati aati-Trujillo
Trujillo aati-Trujillo Dominican refugees on
American soil. -New York authori authorities
ties authorities are Aow probing reports that
Columbia Professor Jesus de Gal Gal-indez
indez Gal-indez was thrown Into the boiler
of a Dominican steamship,
Roosevelt accepted the ADA de
cision tracefully and stayed away
from the convention. However, his
mother was on the platform when
his name was omitted from the
list' f nominees,.;-. i,:i?,i;:.,,,;,,rir;: .i.
f J .2 IKE, ON CYPRUS
The United States Is following
the British-Greek dispute over Cy.
prus with a great deal of intcr-
f;t, but with r-i vrzt to get into icafion system on the T'd-t
it. President LihCfiiiOwer recrn.H-jenpa islands o'd tlte-C'...i!
and Tibetan guerrillas are waging
open revolution against the Red
Chinese.. The Chinese have been
forced to call in jet planes to help
put down the revolution that's rag raging
ing raging two miles above sea level .
The House government opera operations
tions operations committee ii considering a
secret report from the general ac
counting office alleging that the
International Cooperation Admin
istration built a water purifica.
tion plant in Iran that wasn't pro protected
tected protected against contamination, a
cotton mill that lacked sufficient
power supply, and a cement plant
for which there was no limestone
raw material . Uncle Sam jwi'
install an early warning comrtiu
on a private yacht in long Island good for the rest of your life!"
informed National Commaiuitr
Timothy Murphy of the Veterans
of Foreign Wars. l'
Murphy called at the White
House to report on his recent trip
to the red-hot Near East area.:
."I came away much wiser, but
by no means convinced as to who
is to blame for the crisis of the
best way to settle It," the VFW
chief advised Eisenhower. "The
Greeks want self-determination
for Cyprus through' NATO ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, but there is no assurance
that it can be accomplished with
"I seriously doubt," agreed Ei-
Thc pur;-" e is to warn 1 ornio
of approaching enemy planes.;
Blueprints for his system have al already
ready already been drawn up. All that re remains
mains remains is for Chiang Kai-Shek to
sign the agreement.
LAKE VIEW, Ore. (UP) A
new hot water geyser, recently
discovered near here, erupt?
every four hours and six minutes
The property owner, on. whost
property the geyser was found,
coaxes the geyser to erupt often often-er,
er, often-er, however, by lowering a rock
filled tin can into the crater.
Time, the reckless sculptor,
carves beauty and destroys it.
Evelyn Nesbit, 71, suffered a stroke
in Hollywood. And only the other
generation she was considered one
around which cluster big auto and!rf -.y.. most heautiful worn.
aircraft plants, union chie&r had; ef, She w,, the shrfwcal in the
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S-lk -' : CIWIrinMKk. II
snent over a year and a nau or
ganizing for this fight in every
In Houston, for example, there
was a list of 1,000 delegates to
the state convention from Harris
County. The majority1 were either
union leaders or union members.
There labor's political machipe
worked out of the Electrical Union
Riiildinev.' Harris County has : the
larcest voting strengtn m tne state
and carried the most weight at
the state convention in Dallas. It
was carried by labor and us al allies.
lies. allies. The unionists took 150 of these
precincts and Shivers' people took
100. ; -. ' .'
The Johnson organization .claim'
ed no precinct victories there in
Houston. However, tne latwr votes
were cast for Sen.-Johnson's team,
although ha deliberately refrained
from visiting labor's political head
quarters when be got to Houston,
ttnv. Shivers himself conceded
that,' "In key cities the effective
organized forces of union labor car carried
ried carried the day (for Johnson.)'
But 'this powerful Democratic
leader, now controlling the Senate
and soon to control the party, will.
have to listen to his labor partners
in and out of Texas wnen ne ana
his colleagues nominate a candi candidate:
date: candidate: for the presidency.
Keep your eyes on Texas. A new.
political era is aawmng were.
"Forty! She's fifty if she' a day!
ARMY SCT. GIVES BASIC
TRAINING TO COYOTB CUB r
FORT RILEY. Kan. (UP i
A first sergeant from Brooklyn
and a coyote cub are a twosome
at this Armv base.
Set. Albert Herzog adopted me
fnur-week-old orphan when us
mother was killed by a hunter's
bullet He said he's trying to train
the youngster to be more amiable
toward human beings.
"But this brainwashing may
take a little time," Herzog added.
Harry K. -Thaw murder case.
During the trial Evelyn's charms
overwhelmed hard-boiled reporters
. .One gushed, in print: "She has
the sum. grace of a faun, a head
that sat on her flawless throat as
a lily on its stem,- eyes that were
the color of blue-brown jpansies
and the size of half-dollars, a mouth
made of. rumpled rose-petals, ;
'This reporter is' reluctant' to .dis
illusion Jayne. Mansfield's favorite
male torso and the editors who
were xullibles for the "romance
story. Nevertheless, the truth is
that Jayne is in love with photog
raphers and is married to her ca
reer, My authority for that skewp
is Miss Mansfield;. .Several
months ago she revealed: "I'm
too busy to get married. I'm going
to keep everything wild and crazy
like it is now. I mean I'm going
to shuttle men in and out and
have lots of intrigue all over the
place. How can I get married any anyhow
how anyhow when I'm always dedicating
things ail day long? The second
I sit down some college calls me
up to do a little, dedicating. And
l love pnotograpnersr
Adlal Stevenson's latest squawk
about news-slanting has some bas basis
is basis in fact The fact is, however,
Mr. Stevenson never expresses dis displeasure
pleasure displeasure when a pro-Adlai paper
slants the news in his favor. .
Newspapers generally strive to be
fair, .They cannot be completely
objective. .Machines print pa
pers; human beings write them
. Jl typewriter can be objective
not the man .who uses it,
The most absurd case of news-
slanting was illustrated by a St.
Louis paper.. .Convinced that an
umpire (the late Bill Klem) was
Kivinx me nome team a raw ?
deal the paper launched an anti-
Mem campaign. : Several weeks
later a fan died (of acute indiees-
tion) while witnessinc fame um-
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IOXDAY, JTNt 18, 1338
Italian Communist Boss
Criticizes Kh rushchev
PURING A RECENT VISIT to the Navy Excha nge. Coco Solo, Capt. John D. OUandley. com com-handinR
handinR com-handinR officer, Nary Ship's Store Office Broo klyn 32, New York and Joe Emma, general
lanager, Navy Ship s Store Office, awne wim uapu w. u. uraig, commanding oincer, wavai
xauon, awarded service awards to qualifying employes, tijeit w ngni, irons row) iay r.
losales. Jnna wiUiaLiA. Beulah B. Bryce. Violet Suarez. Blanca O. Ferreira, OUandley, Craig.
Back row. left to riehti steohen Bennett. Jo hn D. Elliot, SHI. USN, Joseph Kanyak: Emma.
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reehlease Ransom Money Cop
nds Three-Year Perjury Term
IT. LOUIS, June 18 (UP) For For-r
r For-r Police Lt Louis Shoulders, the
Im who broke the Greenleease kid
p case, returned home yesterday
er serving a three-year prison
m for perjury in connection
h it. .;::?''
houlders,' sentenced M a y 21,
4, at Kansas City, Mo., served
full sentence, with time off for
td behavior. 1 --.'
fe suffered a heart attack sev-
months ago and left the. U.S.
dical Center at SDrineifleld. Mo.,
it mgm in a private ammiiance
!h his wife and a orison guard.
houlders had been a bed patient
le was released from the pris
about three hours before expi-
ion of his sentence and was in
hnical custody of the guard un-
the ambulance left the prison by
irear exit to escape a throng of
paper reporters and p not e-
iiDhers. Assoc ate warden J
pyd said his condition was Still
fious and officials wanted him to
oid exictement while he was still
custody. -! "' K
!oyd added Shoulders had said
..WlnoJ, v"t to' talk to fp
. 'act ps a r-ns-
(tegiiiuins mi i".
fer, Lloyd said it
in any better.
houlders reached the peak of an
and-down police career "in Oc-:
er, 1953, when he and hisrid hisrid-partner,
partner, hisrid-partner, patrolman Elmer Do Do-d,
d, Do-d, arrested Carl Austin Hall,
nap-killer of Bobby Greenlease,
of a wealthy Kansas City auto-
Rhnnlrtcrs' fame did not lastf.
It was learned that more than
If of the $600,000 ransom Hall
leived was missing and Shoul Shoul-ts
ts Shoul-ts resigned from the department
fee weeks later.
Both Shoulders and Doland testi testi-H
H testi-H before a Federal grand jury
Ckansas City and were later con-,
Psed of lying about their handling
lhe ransom. i
I nland received a sentence of
a Federal reformatory from which
he was released last December.
FBI agents, who interrogated
both men in Drison. are .Still
searching for tne missing pan oi
the ransom. ; v v
Shortly before he was executed
with his partner in the crime, Bon
nie .Brown Heady, Hall said the
ransom was intact wnen bnouieers
arrested him on a tip supplied by
taxi driver. John hager.
snouiaers was brougnt here in
AprU, 19s5 to testify Deiore a Fea Fea-eral
eral Fea-eral grand jury investigating the
missing ransom. He reiusea to
answer questions and was later de
nied two requests lor paroie.
Ring In Cannes H
CANNES. June 18 (UP) -'An
American businessman yesterday
reorted the theft of a 110,000 dia
mond ring from his wife's handbag
while she was swimming oil a Ri
viera beach. ' I ., .'
The businessman. James Gin. fin
, T :'!('. 1'a.. t..:l 1 ".ice. '11 is
vt. d i i liie ring a six-carat, rec
tangular diamond mounted on plaJ
tmum in ner nanoDag on ,,ine
beach at La Croisette while she
When she returned five minutes
later it was gone. y
Police are investigating.
UP TIME SHORT ARTICLES
Raleait June 3 BAF
LESSER OF TWO EVILS
rerun. Conn. (UP) Kin
dergarten pupils again are allowed
to have crackers during their mid-1
morning recess. The "cracker
break" was outlawed because the
kids couldn't brush their teeth
afterwards and there were too
many crumbs. But the ban was
rescinded because parents begai
sending caxe, coomes uu uu-
wiches, which officials figured
f years and served 18 months in even more objectionable.
lbs test Brutal ffevecs
A ISlkr i ver Flsssdl
Oilers To Try
Speeding Up Cases
WASHINGTON. June 18 (UP)
The Justice Department todayj
onerea to -prosecute Federal
court cases during the summer
monins m an enort to cut aown
on the huge backlog of cases
crowding court dockets.
It indicated it thouzht it
would be a ;ood idea if Federal
uages cooperated in the speed-
up by loregoins their usual Ju
ly-August summer vacations.
Deputy Attorns? General Wil William
liam William p. Rogers made the offer.
and dropped the hint, in a letter
to jonn Biggs Jr., chief Judge of
the UJS. Court of Appeal!, in
Wilmington. Del. and chairman
of a Judicial committee studying
nie proDicms oi erowaea aocK'
At; Rogers' suggestion, Biggs
relayed the department's offer
to the chief Judges of other
courts with backlogs of eases.
Rogers told Biggs that he does
not believe there has been any
Kreat cutback in the case load
since the problem was first pre presented
sented presented to Federal Judges at their
conference last March.
He noted that some courts1 and
Juc! alrra3y"have to
"y aies ammg ine -summer
monins, inscead of closing down
wirouen juiv nnrt limner n
Isald the Justice Department is
reauy w cooperate with these
Judges. v .-:,:.
JWe,fe:0F1Z9 tot pract'crl
difficulties of holding court' in
July and August," Rogers said.
But he added that if the de-
partmenv s oner were relayed to
judges with heavy dockets "I am
confident that some good would
uuuuuoieaiy come Of 11. r
NIAGARA Fine v
UP) Thomas F. Paonessa' was
uusiea is president or the Niagara
Falls third ward Republican Club
when it was found out, of 'all
things, that he was an affiliate
Democrat. He said he affiliated
as a democrat in error.
Airline Man Develops
Elapsed Time Calculator
LIMA. (Special). An instm.
ment which computes In a mat matter
ter matter of seconds the time required
to travel between any two points
In the world has been developed
and copyrighted by George Love Lovelace
lace Lovelace of Panagra (Pan American
urace Airways, inc.), now in
Known as the Lovelace Elapsed
Time Calculator, the handy in instrument
strument instrument is a chronoscopic slide
rule made up of a seriea of
four numbered plastic discs gra graduated
duated graduated in flie from eirht to
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ROME. June 18 (UP) IUly's
Communist party boss Palmiro To To-gliatti
gliatti To-gliatti told world communism to today
day today to quit making itself a carbon
copy of the Soviet Union, s
He criticized Russian Communist
party boss Nikita Khrushchev and
said a few good words for the late
Italian political commentators
said Italy's Communist Party,
largest outside the Iron Curtain,
apparently means to chart its own
course independent of the Kremlin.
la the United States, some ob
servers interpreted a more limited
outburst by the Communist Daily
Worker last week as part of a new
party line. '; ,. .....
It was, they .said, designed to
convince the world that commu
nism is essentially democratic, not
dictated to from Moscow.
Tiie Soviet Union remains the
"first great model of the construc construction
tion construction of a Socialist society." Togliat Togliat-ti
ti Togliat-ti said, but "the front of Socialist
construction has broadened. The
Soviet model cannot and must not
be obligatory any more.".
"The internal political structure
of the world Communist movement
is changing today," he declared.
Togliatti aired his views in a
question-and-answer article pub-
His attack on the nresent Rus
sian leadership consisted of three
1. It was no reasonable' excuse
to claim, as Khrushchev did, that
the power of the army and police
prevented other Russian leaders
from deposins Stalin when his
faults became clear.
2. The present Russian leaders
led the campaign which boosted
Stalin as a demi god.
3. The Kremlin leaders -kept
Communist parties outside Russia
completely in the dark about the
true state of affairs in Russia.
While recognizing Stalin's "er
rors," Togliatti pointed out that
he accomplished many "good
things" which are being ignored
by his detractors. s
If you were playinx today's hand
at four spades without anv bidding
by the opponents, you'd go down.
xou wouia lose a diamond and a
club as a matter of course. You
would try the spade finesse, losine
to the king; and you'd try a heartilished by the party organ "L-Uni-
finesse, losing to the queen.
The situation was different when
Steve Barrett of New York played
the hand in the recent Vanderbilt
Cup tournament West' bidding
wss me important clue.
West opened the king of dia
monds and continued with the ace
of diamonds. South ruffing. Steve
saw no reason to tackle toe trumps
immediately, especially since he
already suspected that a finesse
would fail. To get more informa information,
tion, information, Steve led a club, losing dum dummy's
my's dummy's king to East's ace. I
Steve had considered .the possi
bility that West had bid and
doubled on good diamonds and the
ace of clubs, but when the ace of
clubs showed up in the East hand
it was clear that West held the
king of spades.
Steve won the club return, ruffed
a club in dummy, ruffed another
diamond in his hand, cashed the
ace of spades, and gave West his
trump trick. West was now help
less. If he led a heart, declarer
would get a free finesse. If West
led anything but a heart, dummy
would discard a heart while South
ruffed. Either way the contract
"We welcome the fact that a a-mong
mong a-mong the Communist parties which
are m power, a desire -not to fall
into the errors of Stalin is develop developing,"
ing," developing," he said, i
"It will be up to us to devise our
If Water Is Cut
KARACHI, Pakistani June 18
(UP) More than 100 lepers
threatened yesterday to march in
to Karachi if the city cuts off
their water supply." The lepers
are patients in a hospital just out outside
side outside the city limits.
Municipal authorities said that
because of a severe water short shortage
age shortage they will have to stop the wa
ter trucks which now supply the
hospital. i ; y :
OLD WATCH CASES
DES MOINES -(UP)- George
method and our own way of sua-iT. Hogg has discovered a use for
ranteeing ourselves against the dan, the cases of old gold watches he
Jkellcn (ernes In
On A Wing Arid
A Qip At Frisco
SW FRANCISCO, June 18 (UP)
i (,'". i ; j ;;n fame in
on a wing and a quip today as he
eased the tension for 59 other nas
sengers aboard a Hawaii bound
airliner, forced to return to the
mainland with, minor engine trou
ble.-i -' -)-:
Skelton and his family and the
Bob Crosby family were among
passeneers aboard a ran Amen
can stratocruiser which made an
unscheduled stop here after taking
off for Honolulu from Los Ange
les international airport.
An airlines spokesman said the
comic kept tne passengers in high
spirits with his famous wisecrak wisecrak-ins
ins wisecrak-ins routine after the nlana de.
veloped oil pressure trouble in one
of its engines about 300 mues off
the California coast.
At one point Skelton was report
ed to have turned on his children
Valentina, 10, and, with mock
I told you brats not to f e o 1
with that motor." fie growled.
The stratocruiser departed from
Los Angeles at 11:45' p.m. last
night About an hour out the oil
pressure trouble was discovered
and the pilot returned to the coast
"as a precautionary measure," the
The spokesman said the plane
was never in serious trouble. It
was ordered to fly here because a
spare stratocruiser was not avail
able at Los Angeles.
Skelton was the first off the
stratocruiser here. He carried his
comic routine into the terminal
eers of stagnation and burocratiia
tioa in order to resolve the prob
lems of liberty for the working
gets at his clock and watch repair
shop. He fashions them into fish
lures and uses them as spinners
on his line.-
(ff a Outdoors!
Sotino will carry you smoothly
thru the ironing hour
Yts, Satina makes your iron fly -cuts down iron ironing
ing ironing time on every starched item in your basket.
Mix Satina with your hot, rcady-to-iron starch and
see just how delightfully asy it is to iron the
SaUna-way. Your clothes will look and stay crisp and
dean longer, and small divinely froth r
. Gef your hex of Satina today -th
- BIG inning aid in tht littta packagt I
ant with the traditional Indiaa sign,
"Takum me to your leader," he
The passengers were bundled a-
board a spare stratocruiser and
took off again for Honolulu at 6:30
xour inches. In addition tn mmJ k rtiwi n imnr .hm.
vuuuk uavci vune raoiaiv m
accurately the calculator can
also serve as an aid to naviga navigation,
tion, navigation, calculate logged flleht time
of aircraft frames and engines.
ana assist in xiignt crew sched scheduling.
Although originally designed
to provide figures in houra and
minutes for airline reservations
clerks. Mr. Lovelace states that
the computer can be used by
the armed forces, steamships,
bus companies, communications
companies, travel agencies, trav travelers
elers travelers and others in the transpor transportation
tation transportation industry..
Manipulation of two discs will
compute elapsed time In terms
of Greenwich Meridian Time
Local Standard Time. Local
Daylight Time or any combina
tion. The, addition or substrac substrac-tion
tion substrac-tion of one hour for each 15
degrees longitude, including the
addition or substractlon of 24
hours when crossing the Inter International
national International Date Line Is auto
matically compensated for by a
The present model, weighing
a few ounces, is tne result oi
live previous experimental mod models
els models Incorporating the best feat features
ures features of each. The perfected
model took several months to
develop after a number of other
types of slide rule and chart
designs had been tried and
Held On Suspici
Of Burglzry In LA
LOS ANGELES, June 18 (UP)
Pianist Liberace's brother, Ru Rudolph,
dolph, Rudolph, awaited action by the Dis
trict Attorney s office today on a
police report listing 24-year old
film editor as a burglary suspect
Young Xiberace was booked on
suspicion of burglary and released
Saturday after a p re-dawn disturb disturbance
ance disturbance in nearby Van Nuys.
Police said he punded on the
door of a home with a rubber hose
and demanded his wife who he ap apparently
parently apparently thought was inside, ap
parently thought was inside.
The brother of the famed smiling
piano player told police he had
been drinking and left home foL
lowing an argument with his wife.
Officers said the charge in such
cases is common and further ac action
tion action it up, to the district attorney..
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Ailer Hear! Attack
LONDON. June 18 (UP) T. S.
Eliot, American bora poet and
playwright, ii "feeling better" aft after
er after he suffered a heart attack while
crossing the Atlantic last week, it
was announced today. V,
Elit's condition was reported by
a spokesman at the French Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital here, to which he was taken as
aoon as he debarked from the Brit British,
ish, British, lmer Queen Mary,Tuesday.
He wst on his way here from the
United States when he suffered the
Texas Train Smash
Kills One Mexican,
Injuries Two Dihers
CALDWELL, Texas, June 18
(UP) One Mexican was killed and
two others badly injured last night
in a spectacular, smashup of two
aouujern racuie ireigni uuu
seven miles northeast of Caldwell,
in central Texas.
" Sheriff J-D. Hamilton said one
ef the injured Mexicans was in
Critical condition. The other, whose
legs were badly mangled, said
in Spanish that all three were from
Mexico City, Hamilton said. ;
Authorities were unable to get
the victims' names at nce.
At least 15 freight cars were de derailed,
railed, derailed, the railroad reported, but
no train personnel were seriously
The three Mexicans were pinned
under the wreckage. Volunteer
Seen For Business
Later This Year i
WASHINGTON. Jue 18 (UP)-
Representatives of major business
groups predict bright things for
business later uus year and re
ports of a federal move to strength'
en some soft spots in the nation's
"The orrtimlstic nredietimw came
in Ws-' in 'on It. the'Chamber of
L-ommetce micr' year 'symposium
on the national business ouuook.
TtuitnssB leader opnprnllv
I greed that business will improve
aunng me lasi nan oi uus year.
But there were some who disa
!) Hnmehuilrliira and mtl
dealers are not so optimistic, part.
ty necause oi me ugni money mar
ket : ...
But homebuilding considered
one of the economic soft spots-
may be in for some government
!. Wkhinfftnn sniirrM siv SOvern-
ment heln nrobaWv will center on
easier credit term by the Federal
Home Loan came Doara ana pos possible
sible possible expansion of mortage buying
hv the Federal National Mortgage
Home building for tne ursi live
mnntha t nf this vearr is IacCine
$450,000,000 behind the same period
Of 1955.- -v
firemen and civil defense n n i t s
from nearby towns,, helped, pry
Hamilton ft-said the Mexicans
ririins in a flat car. "A box
car landed on top of that," be re
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4:00 Garry Moor
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t:30 Dollar A Second
10:00 Loretta Young Show
10:30 Life wiUX Father
11:09 Paul Winchell Show
11:35 T-Men in Actios :
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Baby Born Handicapped
Calls For Your Own 'Reality
i r fei vr- 'HI f 4 I 1
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BY MRS. MURIEL UWRENCI
About five months teo Mrs. X.!
. 5. Andante and Rondo from Duo was wheeled into a Hospital delive-
Concertant Op 48, C M. W e D e r jt room w nave a Baby. It was
(Clarinet and Piano), a.
1 Concertino Op. WT, C.' Chami Chami-nade
nade Chami-nade (Flute and Piano).
A cordial invitation is extenaea
ry, he's found the Inspiration for
understanding guidance to other
parents of children like his own.
Write to him in care of the As Association
sociation Association for tha Wpln nf Ratarria1
born with the physical defect of Children, 200 Fourth Avenue, New
Mrs. X. was givec psychiatric
treatment for shock. Now she's
home with the baby. But the treat-1
ment seems to have merely rliffiu-l
to the public, both of the umaiea ine snocK into a pervasive
York City. His suggestions will be
practical. More valuable, t h e v
will persuade you that you are not
ON WEDDING TRIP The former Miss Beverly Ann Craw-,
ford and her husband, Mr. Dale F. Campbell, who were marri married
ed married recently at St. Andrew's Church, Cocoli, will return from
their" honeymoon this week to reside in Balboa. After Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, they will be at home In quarters on Williamson Place.
MRSJOSEPH LACOSTK IS FETED ON EVE V
OF DEPARTURE ON TRIP TO FRANCE
Mr A "Joseph Laeoste, who is leaving soon for a trip to
France, has been the recipient of several social attentions.
Today she was honored at a luncheon tender at the Union
Club by Miss Beatris Lyons.
' i With her husband, who is the manager of the Fiduciary
jsanK, sne was an nonor guest t a recent Dinner given by Dr.
I. and Mrs. Juan Canavaggio.
Prsidnt-EIer fo la Guirdia
"o de la i ti'u.ii, Jr., i
if ing tonifilu fro"i a vin.t. 10 the
Twin Sons Born : ; T
To Bricuin Family
I Mr and Mrs. A. A. Brlsson of
El Cangrejo announce the birth
& twin sons, their first children,
! Lt san Fernando Clinic on Friday.
if he boys will be named Bradley
ftiion anA Jeffrey Peter.
Mr. Brisson is a local official of
he Union Oil Company,
i.mnirad In Panama
I At the Cristo Rey Church last
tvpnine Miss Olea Kemona ware,
Hc.ohtnr nf Mr. and Mrs. Horacio
Clare, Jr., became the bride of
4r Juan Antonio StaBg. son of i
Irate reception was given Dy ine
bride's parents at their home in
polf Heights, ..
Pacific Pilots' Wives
V II Hold Lunchton
Pacific side Panama Canal Pi Pi-mis'
mis' Pi-mis' wives will hold a luncheon
(Saturday. The affair : will be held
at the Albrook Offiqers' Club begin beginning
ning beginning at 12.30. '
: .Jim' Rnud Raturna
j Mrs. Alberto Boyd, wife of the
roreign Minister, has returned
vMeit- trt Ml A ml. ',''-
"mbissy Dinner nonor
Vitiiirg Air Force Officials
I Salvadorean Ambassador to Pa-
tama and Mrs. Francisco Lino O
oPHPHa were hosts for a dinner
It the Embassy Residence In hon hon-r
r hon-r of Colonel Velasquez, Chief of
the Salvadorian Air Force a n d
f he Chiefs of the United States Air
force Mission in El Salvador, Col Col-anel
anel Col-anel Frederick W, Ott and Major
Included were the' commandant
of the National Guard, Colonel Bo Bolivar
livar Bolivar Vallarino and Mrs. Vauarlno,
Venezuelan Ambassador to Pana Panama
ma Panama and Mrs. Esteban- Chalbeau
Cardona, Ecuadorian Ambassador
lo Panama and Mrs. Hugo Monca.
vo Minister of Uruguay and Mrs.
Felix Pollen, Captain Chacon of
Hhe Salvadorian Air Force, Colonel
'and Mrs. Julio Briceno, Mr. and
!Mrs. Rogelio Alfafo and Mr, Jor Jorge
ge Jorge Ramires. .' .
Miss loignadier '
Homo From School ,-
Miss Irma Leignadier.'who grad graduated
uated graduated recently from the University
of Pennsylvania, has returned to
her home in Colon. The daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Humberto Leigna Leigna-I
I Leigna-I .lier received a-Bachelor of Arts
u.n..iu Wi Raturn
i Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Magruder
of Panama City have returned fro
a vacation spent in Europe and
the United States. ; ;
Bridge Tonight J ; .W.V .W.V-!
! .W.V-! The regular weekly duplicate
bridge games will be played as u u-sual
sual u-sual this evening at the Tivoli
Guest House. The group welcomes
Tonight At JWB-USO ; I
A woodwind concert by two re
jwncci t. musicians
- r,!" i.ta iv, lit. at the J,VB
J in Balboa. 'I at hour is at 8:15
Prof. Hans Janowltz. well-known
Isthmian pianist and a member of
ine lacuity of the National Insti
rate of Music of Panama, will act
Both artists, Efraim Guigul, Cla
rmetist, born in Chitre, : Republic
of Panama, and flutist, Gerardo
levy, are en route to the United
btates where they will play with
the Boston Symphony Orchestra
and at the Tanglewood Music Fes
tival in the Berkshires. -
The two artists hold first chairs
in the Symphony Orchestra of Bue
Guigui is a graduate of the Con
servatory of Buenos Aires, while
Levy appeared as soloist under
such famous conductors as Wil
helm Furtwaengler, Jean Marti-
non, Hans Rosbaud, Jose Maria
(.astro, Andre Jolivet and others.
The program is as follows!
1. Sonata No. 7, J. S. Bach (Flute
2. Adagio and Rondo from Con
certo in A, W. A. Mozart (Clari (Clarinet
net (Clarinet and piano.
3. Chorus No. 2, H. Villalobos
(Flute and Clarinet).
4. Trio On. 85. Florent Schmilt
tf lute, Clarinet and Piano).
Zone and the Republic of Panama,
to attend. ... .. -; .--.
Admission is one dollar; and for
students, fifty cents, ., ; ;
There is no admission charge for
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back mUh lor tnclnkm te thki
eoluma ahoold wbnilte4 la tyaa tyaa-wrlUca
wrlUca tyaa-wrlUca form and Bulled to aaa a
the box aumbcrt Uited aaU In "So "Social
cial "Social and Otkcnwbc, ar dellvwed
bj hand to tha ffKa. Notice a
BMClinaa caaaat k accepted bj tela
sense of depression,
"Something has gone out of me.
she writes. "Even the simplest de.'
cisions are too much for me. There
is only grayness ahead as far
as l can see...."
Since the baby was born, Mrs.
X, now many people have called
him a "mongoloid idiot?" How
many nave told you why you
should keep him. at home; why
should "put him away?" H o w
many have said, "Face reality
h aM W-i u:. i j j
to hopeless, mental and" physical5rS
Of course you are indecisive.
U7. Jn-ti l i: A
:ax.: ".."""""'"PP dent of the AFL-CIO union, said
Uttril .. Wter to Attorney General
uncertainties in us. Thev ara the ..
n.rf.t .hn W ln.rf. -"erueri oruwneu jr. uiai mM
SaV ."tiirJPOlwe, threatened to arrest eight
deeper and deeper- into confusion.
Ask Justice Dept.
Action On Ruling
NEW YORK, June 18 (UPKThe
Textile Workers Union of America,
has asked the Justice Department
to act against what it called an
"unconstitutional". ordinance which
prevented union organizers from
distributing literature in Lyman, S.
C, it was announed yesterday.
William Pollock, general presi
The Pacific Navy Wives will hold
thpir monthly mwtintr at thn f!nm
mnnilv Hnns0 Ft AmsHnr tni IUIOI.
, - .
vpniniT- The mwtinff hour ia 7:30 iU
Let me tell you a story,
Some years ago. a mongoloid bu
oy was born to two eager and ex
pectant young people. Like yours,
"l.T ,B,;ttibta of literature
limon mmhra fnr nnsinf out
leafl aim tn wnrkuri in frnnt nf thl
M, Lowenstein k Sons Inc. plan
on June 7. ?".
Pollock said police relied on a
town ordinance wnicn
Creeled On Return
From Surgery In US
IWAKUNL Janan. Juno IS
Nine Hiroshima maidens came
home today, confident of the fu-
hire and thanking the United States
for helping to improve their atom atom-bomb
bomb atom-bomb scarred faces.
Families, friends and Hiroshima,
Mayor Tadao Watanabe greeted
them here near their home city
that was leveled by the A-bomb at
the dose of World War II.
With them was Dr. Sagamu Ta Ta-kahashi.
kahashi. Ta-kahashi. He carried in a box cov covered
ered covered with white cloth and contain-
ingt he ashes of Tomoko N a k a.
bayashi, who died recently of a
heart attack while undergoing plas plastic
tic plastic surgery ia New York.
They flew home from Tokyo,
where they had stopped for sev several
eral several hours to rest from their long
trip by military transport plane
from the United States.
In Tokyo thev 'held a news eon-
ferehce, with Atsuko Yamamoto
acting as spokesman. She express expressed
ed expressed gratefulness for the treatment
given them in America.
"We were treated by the Amer Americans,
icans, Americans, not as Japanese but as
their own children," she said.
"We also want to thank the Ja
panese fa the United States for
their kindness." -. ti v-
Dr. Takahashi said the treat
ment was a "great success.' f
"Some of the girls- wore colored
glasses and some avoided report reporters
ers reporters when they left Japan a yest
ago," he said. "But now they ap appear
pear appear before you confident in fac.
ing the future."
He said the 25 girls who went to
the United States last year were
made the only the first in the program. He
on public bopes treatment also will be given
maximum i "several thousand" other A-bomb
Archaeological Croup ;
Mr. Karl P. Curtis will
illustrated talk on mound burials.
including a discussion of Venado
Beach, at Wednesday's meeting of
the Archaeological Society of Pana-
The society meets at tha JWB-
USO in Balboa at 7:30 p.m.
Big Narcotics Ring
Smashed In Mexico;
3 Kingpins Seized
MEXICO CITY. June IS (UP)
An international narcotics ring en
gaged in a multi-million dollar ma
rihuana smuggling to the United
States and Europe has been smash
ed, Mexican authorities reported
here.1' ; :
They said four of tiie country's
most wanted narcotics traffciers
had been arrested in a nationwide
crackdown, and that : $3,000,000
worth of martnuana was seized
"near the border," in two automo automobiles
biles automobiles and one station wagon. The
shipment weighed one and half
tons, customs agents said.
Luis Van Jones. Guillermo Card
no Galindo and Enrigue Barcenas
Maldonado were seized in 'Mexico
City and Antonio Ruanova was cap captured
tured captured in Guautla, Morelos state.
They were described officially as
the kingpins of the ring.
Authorities said they had follow
ed the operations of the ring, from
the growing of marihuana in Mo
relos until its connscauon. iney
said the weed had been packaged
in neat cellophane parcels for dis
tribution in the United States and
Help Your Piles
Don't auffar Iroaa painful. Itching
Pllaa another aour without trjlni
Chmarold. Upon applloatloa Chlnaroii
tarta eurblnf FUa nlaerlea S waya: L
Baaao aaJn and Itohinc. 1 Helpo ahrink
ora, awolUn tlaraaa. S. Halpa aatuia
leal Irritated membranes and allay Pile
Nerauanaia. Aak your Oraasiat laf
CklaaiwM aoniav ..
Argantinat Te Givo
deserves the best!;,".
For relief of skin irritations and prickly
heat. . For protection of his refreshing
comfort... MEXSANA POWDER.
are subject to prickly heat.'.,
skin ; rashes. . chafe. skin
.irritation and itching feet.
' Who has tried Mexsana
Medicated Powder con confirms
firms confirms that it is smoother
because of its starch base. That is why it is
more cooling and gives more relief.
'''' : I
'.' SOOTHING, REFRESHING
r.Mi,i T peoP'e s opi- property meg.i Aa a maximum ("several thousand" other Abomt
"J? t ? baby.as a liopeless penaitof $100 fine or 30 days in victims in Hiroshima and Nagasa
they 'were unusually 8trong.jaP' uV "nL 'inii '.a.
whr.SrTn.J l "unconstituUonal and void on its'
taSS i mm hSS i.".. the constitutional liber liber-terent
terent liber-terent from other people s as we ...k ..
1 i.. i, ...iucb VI ucuvw v owvJ-u muit w
aic, uuuuujr ciso can leu us wnai',h. .
So, Instead of listening to the dic
tating voices, they sought what
was real for them In what had
happened to them. And they found
n in wnac ine rawer nas caued
"making our whole focus the train
ing of Jonny." :
Jonny's first teacher said. "He II
die soon." His dentist said "His
teeth will decay prematurely.",
loday, jonny Is 12, a student In
his school's special class. He's had
one cavity in nine years. ? -'
u his parents had not claimed
their individual reality from the
kinds pressed on them by preju prejudiced
diced prejudiced relatives and medical opL
nion, the work of the Association
for the Help of Retarded Children
might never have begun. For Jon
ny's father is its executive direc
tor, In,' the very handicap that
was to doom him and his wife to
unrelenting r ult or hopeless slave-
Death Toll Now
At Least 272
KABUL, Afghanistan, June 18
(UP) Reports from the foothi'ls
of the Hindu Kush yesterday in
creased the known toll of this
As Rain, Floods
Hil Nebraska Town
"WAUNETA, Neb., June 18 (UP)
About 400 persons were evacua evacuated
ted evacuated from this small southwest Ne Nebraska
braska Nebraska community Saturday niht
ande arly yesterday as floodwaters
raced through streets in the wake
of high winds and heavy rains..
Water was seven feet deep In
some sections. .Water and power
month's tragic earthquake to at Acuities were knocked out Fov-
least 272 dead and untold hundreds
injured. : J; :
Casualties and damage were
especially heavy in the towns of
Saighan, Kahmard and BAmian.
Roads were still blocked and
telephone lines were down in ma many
ny many places, making it impossible to
er line were damaged by a tor
nado that hit in a rural area north northwest
west northwest of here.. ,L..-.i-'
Damage was estimated at one
million dollars. There were no re
ports of deaths or injuries.
Up to eight inches of rainfall in
southwestern and central Nebras
by International r f'j
THIS WEEK'S FREE WINNERS:
o Aurora de Bravo
Mauricio J. Smith
o Angela Diers
o J. A. Moudy
o Luis Vergara
o Rogelio Arosemena
o Delia de Brown 1
Ida West r
o Julio Obiols
Paul Karat, Jr.
Hortensia de Isaza
' j ; J :
o Sra.'Barriett -o
Henry Linden ;'
determine the full effects ot the also touched ott a flush flood
quakes which began 10 days ago
i at Hrftlran 'Raw Snm'a tivn four nf
and are still felt at intervals.
THAT 600V N&nf
water swirled Ho ''"city- streets,
flood. r i ores.
Waunvia nuii laced, the danger
of ores from broken underground
gasoline storage tanks that min mingled
gled mingled gasoline with the floodwaters,
All Slips Ending in 5 Win!
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SECURITIES IN PANAMA
"":.".,7 Quotation by"
AB1AS, MATTJSS1 A ASSOCIATES!
-: Bid Ask
abattoir National ...... 150
Baaec ridndario 41S
tetaento Panama TS W.50
tervecerfa Racional .... M
tkiricana da Lecbe .... U
toca Cola 1 '
PrcL wltb Com. US
besUlador Nadeaal ... .. l4
Fret with Com. 1S.40
Pretwlth Com. US
Tuerta j Lus Pref. ... 4711
rutrt i Lu Com. ... M
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snamefta do Fibraa ... SS
KneneAa d Seguro .. X XI
Hnamefla da Tabaco .. 10 . II 11
laatro Bellavtata .4... Tit
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FOR SALE FOR SALE
ana aict i 1 SALI 1950 HiHnaa 4-
M.rth. wLhJS J.n.H -"r- -ut
1 Vj? T??. W,f Call 1-5650 Pimm after five,
veaettaa blinds a African via-
tat. 0932 Amador Rd. Phone FOR SALE: L!k now, 195
2-2984. For! Fairlana 4-door, 6-cytinder;
1 : r aba 1956 Far Station Wmjm,
FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus: ?.lV?P!L O1"!"
madam living room art, foam J V hardtop coupe Holiday,
rubbar, light atahoeany, plastic Ptrfaet wwdiliaa. AaaatUi Ca-
cevarad; alia lama, and rabloj. mo- PhoM 2-4721.
chatti of drawars Call 2-2M9 rd Tyoor r210" tariaa, y-
r h.. "umbor 572J-B, Dia- Mw
- i aa eorwt, raaionabl ariea.
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FOR SALE: 60-cycla Sarvel ra- 1 "' :
riaararor, II cable f., 50-lb. FOR $ALE.w.l949 iulck, itai.d-
frMiing unit, 9 months eld, ari- 'd ahift, fully awppad. A da-
final owaor; mabagany bad. i"a S375 fm- 2 2-pringt
pringt 2-pringt and martreu $40; 4-
JoTm .ui?." MmTAii'I! F0R SALE.1951 Ford Stall..
Balboa 2-2401. BiMy f0- ofr .Mint
FOR SALE-I tat paintad bam- ai a 1... j
baa wtprint cuahiom: aattaa, 5 I0 SAll!,5l
chain. 2 Ottoman, 3 tmall ta- f-"' V??!? ""d,t"" 500' ;
blet, I coffaatabla. All far $100. Mleoa 2-6322. Duty paid.
MSI- S" 5W"A. FOR SALE.- '52 Willy, Station
"'"" Wagon, 6-eyl ovordriv. good
condition with only 31,000
FOR SALE: Gat rafrigarator wila. Albroofc 2197. u
$55, apartment iia tteva $30, V-,IIB, ....
4-piaca liring room at $45. Call -TOURS far $485. Ford 1950 ty. ;
Albrook 2185. f with radio 2531-A, Cocell.
FOR SALE: Bamboo living room FOR SALE. Hurry! Rod 1952
at, mahogany dining room let, Ford Convertible going for mln-
mahogany badroom ft,, atove, imum. Enlitted man waving 25 s
rafrigarator. Phona 2-1477 ar June. Call No. 84-8165 after 5
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WASHINGTON, June 1-(UP)
Former 8en. Hany P. Cain
tw-wasnj Deuevea vice presi
dent Richard M. Nixon is crlvintr
serious cplderation to Cain's
auvice crop (;ommiHiism-in-goveAment
as a political Issue.
Pom a ..lovn-ni 1 .-if;- V.
jAdministration'g loyaity-sec"rityhthe vice President
program, revealed y e sterday
Hiat ne nas advised Nixon to
drop the subject in the 1956
Nixon has been accused bv
Democrats of chargint; unfairly!
aunng me is congressional
campaign mat tna RenubUcan
Administration had driven
thousands of security risk out
(jam said on a television tiro-
gram (ABC's College Press Con Conference)
ference) Conference) that he personally
would oppose anyone who claims
Congress Begins Adjournment Drive
With Eye On Election-Year Record
WASHINGTON. June 18 (UPi
Congress begins its traditional ad adjournment
journment adjournment drive this week with
action due on several issues hav having
ing having an important bearing on its e-
Tne House Rules Committee
faces decisions on civil rights le
gislation and. possibly, on the fed.
eral school aid bill which also may
stir up a civil rights fight.
Tne benate Appropriations Com
mittee will reach a showdown on
moves to increase President Ei
senhower's defense budget. This
involves Democratic charges that
the administration is letting the
United States fall behind : Russia
in su power. s
There is a chance the Senate it
self will get around to votina late
in the week on the foreign aid pro
gram, which Mr. Eisenhower is
trying to save from deep cuts si
ready inflicted by the House.
And a House-Senate conference
committee hopes to reach agree agreement
ment agreement on the mammoth? hiehwav-
building program which would im
pose new taxes on motorists.
Today marks the bezinninB of
what could be the last month of the
current session, with the leader
ship shooting for a mid-July ad'
journment, he tempo of congres
sional worn xs expeciea to increase
steadily during tne next four weeks,
Here is the outlook tor this
Civil Rights Republicans and
northern Democrats plan next
Thursday to ram the administra.
tion s bill through the House Rules
Committee over opposition of south
era Democrats. Their object: To
insure a House vote before Con
gress adjourns. No one expects the
bill to win approval of the Senate
where it would face a possible fil
RulesCommittee Chairman Ho
ward W. Smith (D-Va.) has served
notice he will take advantage of
parliamentary rules which permit
mm to staii a vote on tne House
floor for two weeks after the com committee
mittee committee acts. He hopes the bill then
will become sidetracked in the
School Construction Hope was
revived ior getting tne si.wo.ooov
GOO bill out of the House Rules Com
mittee where it has been pigeon
holed all year because of a con
Risk Issue From
Conned By Nixon
in the camDaien that ."a nartl
cular party has been responsible
ior getting rid or such-and-such
number M security risks."
Cain, a member of the Subver Subversives
sives Subversives Activil -r'-oL.. Fnnrd.
emphasized ias a "deep
respect" Xor Nixon and believes
tne vice President is seriously
considering nis aavice.
: Nixon is "not going out in 1956
riAf If T e nrArrfei 4m
mouth-and say things that are
nnt. trm" rain ..14
w vw iiMiui
Cain said he and President
Elsenhower did not discuss his
reappointment to the Subversive
Activities Control Board when
they met recently. Cain's term
expires in August. Re said the
President is a "man of good
will" who wants to do Justice to
the security program. 1
troversy over segregation. The
committee will hold hearings Tues
day. Some sources believe it may
vote favorably on the bill imme immediately
diately immediately after the hearing. Backers
now claim enough votes to block
House approval of an anti-segregation
amendment which, if adopted
would make tne bill unacceptable
to tne benate.
Foreign Aid The Senate For
eign Relations Committee hopes to
complete work on the disputed
measure tomorrow, clearing it for
Senate debate, and possibly some
voting, later this week. The com.
mittee has restored 702 million
dollars of the $1,100,000,000 .chop
ped by the House from the admi administration's
nistration's administration's request for $4,900,000,-
000. New moves to cut it again
will be made on the Senate floor.
Defense Spending An effort!
will be made in the Senate Ap Appropriations
propriations Appropriations Committee to increase
funds for the Air Force over the
amount budgeted by the adminis administration.
tration. administration. The bill may reach a Sen
ate vote later in the week. .
Israel Says Egypt,
JERUSALEM, June 18 (UP)
Israel charged today that Leba Lebanese
nese Lebanese and Egyptian forces attacked
Israeli border settlements yesters
day, causing some damage but no
Col. Nehemiah Brosh said Khaki-clad
"marauders" from Leban
on attacked Arab Christian settle settlements
ments settlements in northern Israel last night
for the second time in three days.
Brosh said the Lebanese bomb
ed and strafed a house in Fassu Fassu-ta,
ta, Fassu-ta, three miles south of the Arab
El Aramisha area where one per
son was killed and nine were in
jured in a similar attack last Thurs
day. The only creature harmed by
the new raid was a cow killed by
maenme gun ore, urosn said.
The Israeli spokesman said E
gyptian forces fired intermittently
for an hour yesterday at the col
lective settlement of Ninm, at One
southern end of the Gaza Strip. No
i- hm ..HI.W1MI ... hit
'tne ure was not returned, he said.
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FOR SALE-60-yl SUveitene
16-inch table television, good,
condition $80. Phone Redman
FOR SALI-Q.M. oak chest of
drawara, two draiser. one ear
dining table, foar straight chaira,
two rockets, three small tables,
iron bed, 440cc. Indian meter
bike, 15-foot boat with trailer,
, complete set of bar bells. Homo
798-A, Balboa. Phone 2-2894.
WIMBLEDON. June 18 (UP)
The United States won the
Wlgbtman Cup for the twentieth
consecutive time- today when
Louise Brough, squeezed out a
three set victory over rangy An Angela
gela Angela Buxton of Britain three-six,
Th vlctorv bv the veteran A-
merlcan captain gave the Unit United
ed United States a four to one lead in
the best of seven matches. The
American team swept the three
opening day matches last Fri
day, : J ; , .
Tndav'a nrocram onened with
an unexpected tsriusn vicwry
when speedy Shirley Bloomer,
outmaneuvered Mrs. Do r o t h y
Knode of the U S. to win 6-4, 8-4
and make certain Britain would
not be shutout as it has been
seven times since we war.
Miss Brough's matcn was tne
crucial one of the day for Brit Britain's
ain's Britain's number one Angela Mor
timer was favored to win ner
sinnrles with. America's csniney
Fry and the doubles Misses
Brough and Fry against Misses
Mortimer and Buxton was re
garded as even money.
J3!!? rf i,
Dark ss .......... 4
Musial lb 9
Boyer Sb 4
Sauer If 3
c-Harmon rf ..... 0
Moon rf G
DelGreco cf ...... 4
Blasingama 2b V
Smith c 3
Poholsky p ...... 2
33 3 10 2? 17
f-E. O'Brien ......
Walls rf .........
J. O'Brien 2b ....
a-Freese 2b-3b 2i)
Law is ..........
Face d ...........
29 1 S 27 M
a Grounded out for' J. O'Brien
b Struck out for Law tt 5th.
c Ran for Saue; in 8th.
d Popped out for Face in 8th
e Fielder's choice for Harmon
f Ran for Groat in 9th.
200 100 300-3
100 0U0 0001
SUMMARY Error: Smith.
RBI: Musial 2, Darlt. Clemente.
Double: Musial. Triple: Dark
Virdon."HR: Musial Sacrifices:
Poholsky 2, Del Greco. Sacrifice
flies: Dark, Clemente. Dcuble Dcuble-plays:
plays: Dcuble-plays: Boyer-Blssingsme-Muslal;
Blasingame-Dark-Muslal 2. Left
on base: St Louis 12. Pittsburgh
3. Bases on balls: poholsky 1,
Law 3, Face 1, Ktng 1. S.O.: Po Poholsky
holsky Poholsky 3, Law 2, Face 2. Hits off:
Law 7 in 5, Face 1 in 3, Kin- 2
in 1. Runs and earned runs: Po
holsky 1-1, Law J-3. WP: Pohol
sky (4-4). lp: Law (2-7).
New Census Says
- WASHINGTON, June IS (UP)
The Census Bureau estimated
today that the nation's total p
eulation May 1 was Ia7,o4,000.
s The estimate, which" Includes
those in the U.S. armed forces
Serving; overseas, represented a
rise ef 16417,800, er 10.9 per cent,
since the last census April 1,
1950, and an Increase of 2,838, 2,838,-000,
000, 2,838,-000, er 1 J per cent, ever May 1,
ATTENTION C. Li 4m
modem furnished apartments, 1,
2 eedroema, hot, 14 vetee,
Pbeae PenaaM S-4941.
FOR RENT: Apartment $40
' and $25. Jeae Afustm Arange
Street 591 0-A. laauire ume
. addresa, Apt. 12' H 7tbt Street
No. 3, far, Lefevra.-,.
FOR RENT.- Nicely furnished
apartment, including refrigera -tor,
porch, parlor-dining room,'
bedroom, kitchen. All screened
$55. Apply 111 Via Belisarie
- Parras,' near SAS Store.
nithed, ia pUasant surreandings: ;
, Hvmg-dinmf room, 2 bedrooms,
, 2 bathrooms, maid's room, ga garage.
rage. garage. Uundry facilities, hat wa y
tor faatellatwn $90. Bella Vista,
house 32 44th Street, Phone J J-0815.
0815. J-0815. -y.u
FOR RENT: Attractive epat-:
meat in front Hotel El Panama,
"Mercedes Building." living living-dining
dining living-dining room, bedroom, etc. Quiet
neighborhood. Refer Fete Hal-,
sen, ume vicinity. ( Phone J J-1179
1179 J-1179 ar 8-6082. VJ
FOR BENT :--2-hod room apart apartment,
ment, apartment, unfurnished, convenient,:
cool and screened In. Saa Free Free-ctste.
ctste. Free-ctste. Phone 1464 B.fbea.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
eae-bedreom apartment. Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Raw. $75 monthly. Call
Panama 8-4182 after 7 p.m.
FOR RENT: Wucea Apart Apartment.
ment. Apartment. Good neighborhood, ga
rage facilities. Phone 877, P.O. ;
Boa 630 Colon.
FOR RENT: Famished 1-
roam e awt merit duplex
garage, fenced yard. CaH 6am-
bea 6-206.-.: .... !L .;:.'.;? '. :.
FOR RENT; Duelex aaartment,
2 bedrooms, living mm, -dining"
, rem, maid's room. .Vary pretty ;
and cool, modern, hot wafer. Ri Ri-,
, Ri-, eerde Aria Street, Cam Ale-..
gra. near Hotel Panama. Phone
1-0294. ,, V..-;,':.
TCR R:NTi Beautiful apart-
meat, furnished with tefrigera
tor, atove, etc. Living room, din-
ing room, bedroom, $70 includ including
ing including gaa. Phone 3-2930.
Running Gn Fight
Ends hi Dcalh For
Vekran De.ecl.Ye W
CHICAGO, June 18 (UP) The
Father's Day sifts purchased by
the four children of nlain detective
John Blyth, 42, lay forgotten to
day in their hiding places.
Biyth was snot through the hear
Saturday during a running gun bat
tie with a drunken ex-convict. -The
accused killer. Jesse Welch.
31, waa hospitalized with shoulder
ana wrist wounds. Mate s Attor Attorney
ney Attorney John. Gutknecht said he will
seek a grand jury indictment!
charging Welch with murder. i
Blyth's bravery was lauded to today
day today by his superiors, including Po Police
lice Police Commissioner Timothy 3.' O O-'Connor
'Connor O-'Connor who recalled Blyth was a
"huge man physically and I don t
think he was ever siraid of any-
uung in jus-uie.-- ,- ;
"He was comoletelv and utterly
fearless," said Blyth's- immediate.
superior, Capt. Frank Reynolds.
Employes on a construction pro
ject where the victim's son, John
jr., is, was working began fund
raising campaign to aid the Blyth
family. A veteran of 17 years on
the force, Blyth's .pay was $4,925
yearly. l'-'.v.vt.;,, :. v
His widow. Margaret, said see
"worried about this every time
he went en duty.
"I asked him to quit the force,
but he said it was his life's work,"
she said. -. r.
' Blyth's other three children are
Mary Anne, 17, WilUami 15, and
Blyth was killed and two near nearby
by nearby church workers were wounded
when they went to the aid of a girl
Welch wss beating. Blyth and his
partner, detective Daniel Rolewicz.'when does a loose woman be-
chased Welch into as alley whera'come a prostitute?
uie laiai gun ugnt occurreo.
SatTerere (rom loea at vtaour, atrv atrv-eusneas,
eusneas, atrv-eusneas, weeJk body, impure MooS,
failing memory, an who are old and
worn-out before their time win be o o-llfhted
llfhted o-llfhted to learn of a. new aiand els els-eovery
eovery els-eovery by an Ameiieaa Deotor.
Thla new eliscovery makaa It a a-eibl
eibl a-eibl to quickly and easily restore
viaronr to your frlsmda and body, to
build rich, pore blood, to strencthen
your mind and memory aad feel like a
new men. In foot, this Aleeoverr
which la a hem medicine in pleasant,
eeay-to-take tablet form, doee away
with gland operations and quickly be begin
gin begin ta buUd new virour and eneray,
yet it la absolutely harmless and pot pot-are!
are! pot-are! In action.
The eueeees of this asnasing discov discovery,
ery, discovery, oallod Vi-Tabe, haa been eo treat
that It la now beioe distributed by all
cham lata her. In ether words, Vi
Tab make you feel tun of Tiaour
end eneray and years youoter. K
atMclal bottie of 41 Vl-Tabe oosu little.
TS2 tSt.fU Qet Vi.Tab
oatoroa glanhood Md Vitelltf
WANTED; Girl for cooking and
general housekeeping. Must be
experienced, neat. Heme 6260,
Le Rios, CI.
ytkMVr cook -maid. Refer--once
requited, 214-B Darren
Place. Balboa 2-6864.
WANTED: Experienced cook.
Mutt sleep in. Recommendations
and health card essential 7th
Street No. 1 1 Golf Height. Tel-
8-1 1 16.
FOR RENT: Vacation ejuerten,
Paitilla, from Jury 7 until Sep September
tember September 13: 3 -bedroom concrete -bouae
cemaletely furnished, in including
cluding including television. Completely
enclosed front and back petiot,
' Urge backyard with playhouse.
Call 3-3164 after 5 gun. $145
per month..' t ..
FOR RENT: Modern duplex
semi-chalet: two bedrooms, two
bathroom, bet water. Alhambra
Aaartment, Telephone 1386.
FOR RENT: 3-bedroom chalet,
furnished, in residential section.
Maid room and bathroom, ad
convenience. Haff block from
Golf Club. Pkone 2-2175 or 3 3-2709.
France Will Impose
Price Ceilings To :
PARIS, June 18 (UP) The gov
ernmem; announced today that it
will impose a new general price
ireeze to nan. the spiralling cost
OX UVUUr. 'v-iV:.. 'A,..
iinance Minister : Paul Rema Rema-dier
dier Rema-dier said details will be publish
ed shortly..' J
m mi be. more sweeping than
tne t eb. 17, 1954, freeze and will
mciutie -r commoflitiesT exemnti.fi
from price control since that date,
he said. .. . v .i
Samadier said a second rttr.
Will fix, profit margins for middle
man wuji ipecmea amounts set a.
sia for wholesale and retaU prof profits
its profits instead of the present percen
tage usv,. !-;V'i;;'..'.?'..-'.-i
mce ceilings will encourage
competition: and eventually bring
prices, down, he predicted. : v
Exempt from controls would be
fish and agricultural products sold
directly by producers, Imported
goods subject to price, fluctuations
in th" International market, and
coat.- i steei, wnose prices are
govei-rid by the high authority of
we -Auropeaa cow ana steel com
B-GIrl Invasion Invasion-OfKUiSa
OfKUiSa Invasion-OfKUiSa East
HOME. June 18 (UP wt.it
slavery and "B-Giri" invasion of
the Middle East have maeherl a.!
larmimr Drooortioni nolic off U
cials reported today,
Sources In close touch with lnter-l
national police activities said A A-merican,
merican, A-merican, European and M i d d I e
eastern pouoe otnciais are con
cerned about the increase in
"white slavery" .combined with the
continued traffic in narcotics.
For the first time in history this
across-borders trafficking in wom
en was on the agenda of the Gen
eral Assembly of the Internation
al Criminal Police Commission at
its June 7-13 meeting in Vi e n n a,
toe sources saio f
They said "B.iirls" were beins
tunneled into the Middle East "by
the thousands from Italy, Germa
ny, Austria, France and other na nations."
tions." nations." -v-:'ruv,-,v-- ,-'".L"V
One difficult)', they said, is di-,
an-cement en the kev euestion
- "A girl tan leave her home and
cross a border as a girl," one offi official
cial official said. It may be sometime lat
er that it is discovered she is a
prostitute and tied up in a rack racket"
et" racket" '.
Youths Break Up
Nep Nazi Party's
MTLTENBERG, Germany, June
18 (UP) Shouting youths fired
salvoes of tear gas into the found founding
ing founding conference of West Germany's
latest Neo Nazi Party today and
fought a hand to hand battle with
riot police before; order' was re restored.
stored. restored. :y,.
Party leader Otto Strasser has
announced a vlatform for next
year's elections that would exploit
major sources of German discon discontent.
tent. discontent. The new party will be the
third one similar to the Nazis
formed since. the war. The other
two had little success. ..
PHILLIPS Oceenslde Cottage.
Santa Clare. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Panes 8-1877. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
Gramlich's Santa Curs Beach
Cartages. Madam conveniences,
moderate rata. Phone Gambea
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
kch bouse. One mile past Ca-'
aiao. Balboa 1866
GOLF BALL SHORTAGE
LINCOLN. Noh riTPl Snmn
one made off with 900 golf balls
from the Meadow Acres Golf
Ranee here. Manager M .1. Me.
Kee said each of the balls was
clearly stamped: "Stolen From
Meadow Acres Golf Range."
i i" i
: : ::
iTum V i-n -a- n. in,.,.,, , L j ,r-p'l!
BELIEVED VICTIMS OF DOUBLE MURDER A nude body
presumed to be that of Shelby Jean Venable (left). 16, of
North Laurel, Md., was found in a creek In Loudorn Country,
,Va., 10 miles from the Potomac River at Brunswick.. Mr., where
police found a body believed to be that of Mary Elizabeth
Fellers (right); 18, of Beltsville, Md. Police suspect the' girls
.,".." victims of a double fnurder.
-yv;'yf '; :V!'v-?v--s--'-
Md.; Va. Cops Work Pcticntly
To Solve Murder Of Teenagers
WASHINGTON. June 18 (UP) face down in the shallows hf r.
Man land and Virginia police turn-
ed to patient legvrork yesterday in
their efforts to solve the murder of'
two teen-age girls whose nude bo-
dies were found in backwaters of
the Potomao River.
Maryland State PoUce St. G
E.arl Newcomer went to the Brims"
wick, Md.. area where a shoe of
one of the dead girls was found
last week. He sought other articles
of clothing that might present a
clue to the identity of the slayer
but his search proved fruitless.
Police yesterday questioned a 32
year-old ex-convict who was being
held in the Annapolis, Md. jail on
a burglary charge since June 6.
But after 15. minutes with the man,
he was written off as having-"no
connection with the case at this
time." He Was the only known sus
The bodies of the two girls were
found floating about nine miles a-:
Dart. The bodv of one. Mary Eli
zabeth, Fellers, 18, was found June
10 near Brunswick. Tne otner,
Shelby Jean Venable, 16, was found
Jeanne Shakes Up Careen
Sheds Goody-Goody" nc!:$
' There is a beautiful revo-i
lution storming through Hoi-1
lywood these days, and her
name is Jeanne waw.
co-stars with a host of other
top names in Universal In International's
ternational's International's Technicolor-Ci-nemaScope
Second Greatest Sex.".,will
opening Thursday at the Lux
Theatre.;';; ---""s' '.. (
Truly on nf f 1 1 m d o m's
areat beauties. Jeanne is at
present shaking up her acting
career with some of the most
starling character alterations
a movie story ever developed.
A s few years ago. Jeanne
ended a long association with
20th C e n t u r y Fox where,
fresh out of high school, she
had signed a contract and ca catapulted
tapulted catapulted to stardom as one of
the most freshly beautiful
creatures of the screen -In
"Home In Indiana."
When htr contract ended,
Jeanne was determined to
avoid goody-goody roles and
the only way iffcould be c c-comolished
comolished c-comolished was to have the
rieht to accept or reject film
nffera -a, thn itnle tiidee.
"I was a little frightened at
first," admits Jeanne, "but it
naid off. My last few roles
have been anvthlns but "home
arnr characterizations, but
they've been successful."
BALLROOM DANCING CLASSES
Fridays 7 p.m. Balboa YMCA.
: Information: Patricia Raymor
25-3700 evenings. ...
Atlantic Side Pre Teens end
Teenagers: Ballroom dance dast
-will ttert Tuesday tnorning,
June 19th at 9:30 at Inter
American Woman's Club. Har Harnett
nett Harnett 6 Dunn,
FOR SALE: Cuihman motor
scooter, three wheel with side
car. Call 2-0690. 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
toct in Creek on Thursday. f
Both girls were last seen on
June 1 getting into a light blue car
with, a young scar-faced man. i
viucmirauiiiuga now is ceuier-
ing around leads provided by ro romantic
mantic romantic schoolbook diaries keot by
the two girls.
The scrawled dotations in the
books revealed the girls dated ma many
ny many race track employes at Laurel,!
Md. and soldiers from Fort Meade,
Md., near Laure.
Since both bodies were fourd
hear roads leading to the Charlrs Charlrs-town;
town; Charlrs-town; W.' Va race track wher:
several Laurel stable employes,
work, police, hope the notebooks j
misht prove valuable,
said the notebooks contained "ma-
.ny, many names
The exact cause of death still
had not been determined because
of the condition of the b o d i e s
which had been in the water for
more than a Week. But authorities
said the girls were.murdered and
possibly -raped. .
Jeanne Crain and George
Nader are romantic stars of
U n i v e t s al-Internatlonal's
Technicolor ClnemaS e e p e
musical, "The Second Great Greatest
est Greatest Sex."
MONDAY, JTXE 18, 1S3S
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THE MAN WITH THE
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Jack HAWKINS and Jean COLLINS
.. -; : . 7," in .... ...
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ALL THAT HEAVEN ALLOWS
Audie MURPHY, in
WAR IN MY CORNER
RIO I v i r t n q i a
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LA MESERA DEL
CAFE DEL PUERTO
, T Also:
'Blends' Take Heat Off
in Men's Summer Suits
" in i i i
7- loamuSSSn r ,.,
iili QlV Ujp ? f '.'7
MOMS TV MWO
By DICK KLEINER
NEW YORK (NEA) That
larfe hot. Vfllnw thin 111 ill tha
sky is the lata spring sun. Before
long, it. will be the summer sun
taiger ana nailer, u you arent
eouioned with a pounl. nf onnl
summer suits, bow is the time to
. ho tomeuung aooui u.
A few years ago, summer suits
were hardly worth the trouble.
They'd get wrinkled and dirty
iast. mosi oi tnem looked lute sec-
ona-nana pajamas. Hut today,
- science ana inaustry have com combined
bined combined forces to create summer
suits that resist wrinkling, wash
easily and are even cooler than
the eld ones. And they're not ex-
'; pensive, v-:a:.
The man-made fibers are espe-
' cially adapatable to summer wear.
They are light in weight, can be
woven loosely, readily take the
special finishes which make cloth
"Ihe porous construction of many
of these fabrics, like the linen linen-textured
textured linen-textured rayons, allows the air to
circulate and keep the wearer
. cool. Rayon has certain advan-
'doesn't tran moisture, hpnra
feels clammy; it has little static
electricity and thus won t cling to
me skui. v ,. ':,, .- mma'
Dacron, orlon and nylon kl i"'
msKi nne summer suitings, espe
cially u nienaea wun cotton rayon
r silk. Best bet is a blend of from
55 to 65 per cent of the synthetic
fiber balance of natural fiber.
pis gives enough of the synthetic i
v wear,! enough of the natural fori
proper ief i rfe,,.: u;,
bomc of the trade-mark fabrics, 'ujuii
iiae raiin iteacn, usuauy mclude
some synthotio fiber to make the
,. garment washable. Palm Beach,
this year, out .with a new sleeve sleeve-lined
lined sleeve-lined model to aid in retaining the
shape, is 100 per cent washable.
Usq warm, not hot, water, spin
drv nd press, tliey recommend.
vitn-rayon, daeron an,i orlon.
' tm pressing is eliminated. Avis-1 he
Ci). lor lis rsvnn. sav suits miv
, be washed, hung up to drip dry
ana worn again witnout pressui
DuPjr.t fo: dacron and nrlnn
vises that badly soiled areas be
pre tieated before washing by run
ning wiu a ceavy paste made of
a neavy-ouiy atiergent ana warm
t Water; 4 u.yy -vji s .-ii.vi
- Thet'the suit Is "washed hi warm
water. In an automatic machine,
use a five-minute washing cycle.
Do nut lot it spin dry or wring dry.
Hang the suit from a non-staining
hanger to drip dry No pressing
just hand-smooth the collar, lapel
and seams. Hsng the trousers by
The suit 'should dry back into
BLENDS CUTUNES ..CM
ti cat BEATER; AU synthetic
suit for summer Is this one of
. Avisco rayon and acetate.
shape. It ma v nepd y a fmipti.mv
with a steam iron to get the creas-
c Kimc-snarp., n u be ready for
next scorcfling hot day,
OFF THE RACK: A leading
men s wear, manufacturer says
mow men go for new styles, "but
the retailers ar cowards." He
says store owners won't stock
radical new styles, even though
we-- consumers wouia t probably
eo for them . Th iv i-
styling has even invaded the bed bedroomnew
roomnew bedroomnew for fall is a button button-down
down button-down collar on pajamas. Next
thev'll have atrinnl niah MM
For late Father's Day shopper-'
rans gui-pacaages an elastic belt
with a wonderful belt hanger And
the belt hanopr alnn ia if,t
Idea solves the age-old proolem
vi wuere w iore Delts.
SIN-SATIONAL DOUBLE FEATURE
STARTS NEXT THURSDAY!
For Adults Only!
840 kcs., Panama Gtv
- Today, Monday, June It
P.M. j .
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re.
- quests taken by phone
S :3&-What's Your Favorite
6:00 Allen Jackson, Commtn-
8:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
A'ftVmir rtunnlniv Part.v
6 :45 MEL ACHRINO MUSI-
, CALE (Nescafe)
7:00 Over To You
7:30-VOA Report From U.5."
S-flflMusfp Rv Roth
8:30 Proudlv We Hail r;
9:00 You Asked For It (re
quests taken by phone
- till 7:30)
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00 sign Off
Tomorrow, Tuesday! June 19
A.M. ti v X,
6;00 Sign On Alarm Clock
ciub (requests taxen
by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Morning Salon Concert
8:15 Church In The WUdwood
8:30 Musical Reveille ;
9:15 Sacred Heart v
Q?nA T Ufa it
r10;00-JENNIFER'S JOU RNAL
, (Cutex and Odorono)
Ifl-n1? Rnin and Keprilci fra.
quests tanen by pnone
11:05 Spins a n d Needles
il:30 Meet The Entertainer .j
12MJ0 Newt" 1 '- M."
12 :05-Luhchtlme' Melodies
iz:au eweei Ana not ;
1:00 News News-IMS
IMS News-IMS Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45 Forward March
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15-Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Sones From The Rhows
3:00 Hank Snow And His Raln-
. bow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kake Show
3:30 Music For Monday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite
(r e q u ests taken by
phone till 3:00)
5:35-Whafs Your Favorite
8:00 Alien Jackson," Commen Commen-"
" Commen-" tary . .. -.
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Broadway In Review
,6:45 Do It Yourself
7:00 Interlude For Music
7:15-HOW CHRISTIAN SCI
7:30-VOA Report From U.S.
8:00 World Of Jazz
8:30-Life with The Lyona
a :oo you Asked For It (re
quests taken by phone
10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan Panama
ama Panama 10:45 Temnla n nnim, .',
11:00 Concert Under The stars
u:uu sign orr.
Dick Powell af-
ferry Com.) s
HOLLYWOOD -(NEA) Hoi-.
"lywood on TV: It's definite Dan-1 THE WITNET:
uj luuuias win pwy a wiuiiwer ler guesluig on
on new stanzas of "Make Room show: "I tried to sWn
0,,t.",. his wife left Danny witnj Thompson, reporting on his "Af "Af-a
a "Af-a f.ckhsh decision on the show's, rica Calling" telefilms, on loca-
iuiuic. iuc ami auu nis uium iru.M ion in ine Belgian Conco- "Wa
now have agreed to ignore the fact brought in the first film, 23 ilau
that he has no wife until its ub- Mau's under schedule"
virus hat she died. At Dannr
tyld me: THIS IS tfi cxicinu use
"If w. reolsc J. w. JJJ?PL"'.
lose the show's most imrxirfant Braddak U A. SrV". 'frV.
ss.t -btlitvability W. h.v, ttltfilmi. Screen Gems is drool,
remain honest. Wt have ta tali ino that Bimk. ...
m i x 4 v --j 'is
Bh-r. ranrh tR?7 k"" wberry mulch Ishabashi
Brothers ranch In Torrence. Calif, ha reduced fruit losses due to mold rot by 73 to 85 per cent
?2 acioVoorln0 ltlm'' rora Bakelite Phylene. was used m IL sWbashU'
12-acre, 300,000-plant strawberry fields at a cost of 0.7 cents per plant. If one berry per plant
' J&-mUt llU dWn' mo?e ,han pays h.os?. One'end ol
i on th. hak t 'J head.0',. he, row and the ro11 is ttached improvised
n'niarl ,n5H.uiUra top let Worker 'ollow behin1 the tractor to tuck the film
in place; and them with razor blades, cut small slits in the film over the plants, top right The
' ; w fermaiienuy, ooiiom ngnt.
n honest story.''
loose one-time headline co co-stars,
stars, co-stars, Linda Christian and Ed
mund Purdom, finally are getfing
uie opportunity tney ve been seek
nig ui vo-siar in irom oi a camera
-rit waoia s ana nose more
prominent than DursmVs."
There's a "Singing TToubador"
IV lda rnnlrins k,ia.
Lucas with Howard Estabrook at
the WritiniT rin Tk. i...
John Hodiak's last TV appearance
They're London bound to star "inj eST aSTu on Hollylum
a Hrith.TV nut,.,.!,. m. A.' J """ywOOO. bum
British TV SDectacular of "A
Piece of Cake." a w?rtim Vnn.
Ian ) drama by English writer Da David
vid David Evans.
Then." Iinda told me
hope to do it next fall in this
country, we 1 also discuss a en
starring film in London."
On the marriage to Purdom
Question. Linda's still narrint-
"The divorce (from Ty Power)
won t De final until next inrin?
It's a long time. We have no
JACKIE CLEASQN 1. .ail 4
be noutinB over "The r:olrfpn
Ham." Jim Bishoo's niozranhv of
(he comic. Jackie's romnfainini'
tliat Jim sliced it a little too rare
Lena Home and I.ennip Ha v.
ton are furious over die blowup of
me muaiLai nuns iney were to
have made for TV in London. La
Home imported three musicians.
a hairdresser and othr hirnrt
help, only to run smack into Brit
mer Theater, Gene Raymond hosts
?h0Wu V ,'"Gr,nd Motel -the
laugh book by Wirliam and
Mllarde Rrpnt rm n. .k.k.j
tne list of coming-soon attractions
on TV. The Four Star people op optioned
tioned optioned the book, then dropped
E,.",.1?, tt 88 series '. .
Medic is responsible for more
than one new star. Beverly Gar Garland,
land, Garland, who starred nnnntit. nihn.
Boone in th
just completed her third starrini
A FILM INDUCTDV tM.Ki;A.:n.
Film Bulletin, hind at a "irk.
Of death" for "moroin.l" ih..i
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It's titled "The Sell-Out to TV."
"The nlieht of th vhihi)nr
Leonard Coulter write "will hi'
been worsened, if nnlv hv th arf
that the televising of Hollywood
films, even old ones, must add to
the number of stay-at-homes and
make it more difficult, if not im impossible,
possible, impossible, tn retahlieh ronlnr
theater going as a public habit."
Costs Lew To Sell
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i the, farm bill, but they cant
(veto us farmers!'
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uu. .u- 4- 4i 4U- L 4S... bert Connor, Umatilla Indian and direct descendant of Chief Joseph, welcoming committee are ( from left. Le eh Rnnwdpn Janft Hnw-; i
. one of the great var chiefs. Connor was given the red carpet treat- ard, Cynthia Patrick, Danl Crayne, Gia Scala and Karen Kadler.
'"- TTANV YOUNG FAW9 of (television Marshal Wyatt Earp may be meal for friends. His bearh homf is furnished with simple, r"rlern
j.rx surprised to Jearn that tne peace omcer oesn t nve in a jmi of i pieces, amce ne regaras a 1.1 epiau a- coenuai, u wian na. aiao.
5- on a ranch. Instead, Hugh O'Brian, who plays Earp, lives in a beach' In brder to save time at the studio or TV stage,, he gets made up
house on California's Malibu coastline. O'Brian, a movie star also, right in his own dressing room before he leaves home. For any stray 5
likes to hang up his gun belt, don casual clothes and whip up tasty hombres who want to stay overnight; O'Brian has bunks in the house.
Wearing a Japanese house1 coat, O'Brian looks over shoreline from his beach house. No novice in kitchen, he's gelling ready for big meal.
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; SIDETRACKED A "For Sale" sign is put on one of more than 100 steam locomotives :
that were permanently taken out of service by the Chicago and Northwestern rail-
road. The huge suburban operation has become completely dieselized. Scene in the
Chicago yards shows the outmoded locomotives, which come complete with coaL
: Comfort is the byword inside. Here's view of his living room. Note fireplace (right). An authority on WyaK Earp's life, O'Brian reads a lo),
. X limy Feature Syiidicate
MONDAY, rCSt 15, 1SS8
THE PANAMA AMERICAS AS XXDETEXDENT DAILY NEWSPAFES
Sociaf anJ Ott
Balboa Woman' Club Croup
Enjoys Cirdi, Rtfreshmonts
Fee card group of the Balboa
Women's Club held their bi-month
lv meeting for rarrl anil rcfracH
ments at tne Army and Navy Club
ai x on Amaaor. u-nostesses for
the occasion were Mrs Jncpnh Pa
sey and Mrs. Murray Klipper.
jnemoers ana guests attending
were the Mesdames Edith Brown,
Maia Nordens. Marinn Will-ina
Maude Meek, Blanche Schilling!
neien vuinian, uratuce ytten,
Martha Hamilton. Apnea Hernr
Ruth Bourgeous, Mary Ruppel
aara aowiey, tisie tittinger, J.
i:onK. M. .MoiKin ivarri Ruth
Jenkins, Phil Euper, Helen Adler
and Emily Bolton.
The next meetinff will h held
on vune a ai a nme ana place to
rw annnunrarf latpr
All proceeds from activities are
usea lor cnanues sponsorea Dy we
Even If the corsage your es escort
cort escort sends you clash with your
evening dress, wear it. If you
can't nin it tn vnni- rtr nrenr
It in vour hair, ntn It tn -vnnr
evening bag, or tie it on your
Yea simply cant hart your es es-orte's
orte's es-orte's feelings by not wearing it
HELP AND RUN
BUFFALO, N. Y. (UP)
Mrs. ary xuutiepaugh, 63, was
struck by "a car while crossine a
Buffalo street The motorist
stopped his car, helped the in injured
jured injured woman to the curb, then
ran hack to his car and drove off.
Mrs. Tinklepaugh was hospital-
izea with a possible fractured leg.
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Prime flock watched ever by Mlna Let Mitchell la her school
flock. In her spare time, the Dallas teacher raises turkeys.
DALLAS (NEA) Children and
turkeys, Mina Lee Mitchell loves
And why not? They're both her
source of income. Miss Mitchell is
a schoolteacher in Dallas by day.
After classes, she turns to her
spare-time job and avocation as
a turkey breeder on the Lee Tur Turkey
key Turkey Ranch in Midlothian, about 25
miles from Dallas.
Do her two careers conflict?
Not at all, she says. "When I
leave in the mornings for school
1 1 forget about the ranch. And
when she comes home in the aft aft-ernnnn
ernnnn aft-ernnnn sh fometa ahout school.
Of course, she doesn't neglect
either of her flocks. In addition to
teaching remedial reading, she at attends
tends attends almost all of the school
functions, "although I don't tet to
all the games. I don't like to drive
that late at night," she explains.
As for her ranch job, she oc
cassional takes a day off from
her teaching duties when some-
Invited To Annual
Gov. Jose Maria Gonzales- of Co.
Ion has been invited to be a guest
at the opening session of the 37th
annual convention of the Canal
Zone department of the the Amer
ican Legion Sunday.
The invitation to the governor
was extended by Legion command
er George A. Black Jr. The con
vention will be held at the Marga Margarita
rita Margarita Theater Sunday morning.
AppnTd by S U5
octor. Hkd by ty
children than My 5U3$Ff3
ir brand. Bach leaiaia
rd of eewt jrl
. .-i. tin, iinuii tinuitr indrea In the United States,
Mina Lee Mitchell tends her turkeys after Dallas school hours.
thing goes wrong at the ranch, lieys, you'd think Miss Mitchell's
One of the prized project on the, time would be all taken up. But
ranch is a group of solid white: no.
turkeys which she developed. Beside breeding, trapping, feed feed-"They'll
"They'll feed-"They'll be on the market for the'ing and banding turkeys, she also
first time this year under the name judges poultry. In fact,- she's one
of 'Texwhites,' the expert breed-; of only three licensed poultry judg judg-er
er judg-er announces. ' es in the United States.
T.ik nrnverhial blondes, the She's also president of the State
fowl have blue eyes rather than Reading Groups organization and
the normal dark brewn. Ha member of the state commis commis-Between
Between commis-Between teaching a flock of chil- sion for Revision of the School
dren and raising a flock of tur- Curriculum.
Treat Poultry Reverently,
Add Emphasis With Sauce
S2-LIi3R.OWN- Lk,a,erls Md bntl. he chicken, hare
fteen cooked to a pcrtecUoa which la the French genius.
By GAYNOR MADDOX
. NEA Food end Markets Editor
The Frenchman treats all foodsi Of course there's a sauce! Like
With reSDCCt: but nnultrv withi"lnv anri miniim" k. iiv.k
til r- 1 - .uw. ling, UIQ AIC1I.U
reverence. We asked Louis Vaud- sauce and the French dish go to-
ujb, proprietor 01 me world-' geuier. No hasty, last-minute
famous restaurant Maxim's in choce, but a carefully thought-out
Parte in oii, .fim. T . J..;.:..
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housewife does, for undreamed-of-! A bland sauce, of a hil stork
flavor. First, she chooses i two base? Or a sharper sauce, mus-
mull .ki.lr... .U 1L.. 1 I .
;"u w.mu. tauici man a varu-iiavorea Wlin JUSl a suspicion
oiugm laijsc.' une, eacu weignuig 01 isxragonT
not more than 3 pounds (broiler-; Whichever she chooses, she will
sin at night, touched up with an
iron anu put back into the closet
for wear tne next morning.- t -'
Here ire two such blouses, de designed
signed designed for wear from spring into
summer.,! Striped dacron Blouse
(left) has simple, tailored lines,
one large pearl button' and neat neatly
ly neatly cuffed sleeves.
Floral print (right -'Is "datron,
too. ; It, has wide ..collar and .big,
flat bow Both blouses are, by poi poi-U...
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Tomorrow AI Noon
For John R. Biake
Funeral services will be held o o-morrow
morrow o-morrow at noon in St. Peter's
Church, La Boca, for the late John
K. J3iae, 1 -year-oid La Boca res
ident who died Friday after be
ing stricken with a heart attack
on Central Avenue.
Burial will follow in the Coro Coro-zal
zal Coro-zal cemetery.
An employe of the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Housing Division at tne time
of his deatn, Mr. Blake is survived
ty his wife, May, a brother,, the
hev. Henry Blake of Christ Church,
Colon, his mother and other rela relatives.
tives. relatives. He was chairman of the troop
committee of the International Boy
Scouts of the Canal Zunn and vice.
Mnst nf ni have closets holdine blouses. We've learned that linee- nrpsirfpnt nf thm t. )W r.iui
fashions in cotton, wool, silk, Ira- rie jeally can be washing and Council which has canceled a meet meet-!en
!en meet-!en and the synthetics. Sometimes drip-dried, then worn without iron-ine scheduled for touieht because
new YORK irNEA Nobody our suits or dresses are in a com-ing. of his death.
wants a wardrobe all in one fab- bination of two or more of these. W
ric. We're learned to mix it UP lu-- were learnea mat oiouses
diciously for maximum comfort, We lean heavily on the lynthe-the synthetics are handy things
good looks and practicality. : ,ucs wnen we re ouying ungene or own, quiciuy rinseu vui m uie
BY GAELS DUGAS
KEA Women's Editor
ICED OX HOT...DEUCIOUS-FUVQFUl-THRIFTY
I Hew England Frost
Warning Issued In
Wake Of Heal Wave
BOSTON. June 18 (UP) A frost
warning was issued to farmers in
northern Maine, New Hampshire
and Vermont today as a surge of
cool, dry Canadian air ended a
week-long heat wave in New Eng
"The Weather Bureau predicted
temperatures would skid to the low
30's tonight in northern sections.
Eariy today the coolest spot in
the six-sae area was Montpelier,
Vt., where a low of 39 was record recorded.
ed. recorded. It was 44 at Caribou, Maine,
and 47 at Concord, New Hampshire.
simmer it lone anrl slnur. and
finally, add some of the cooking
juices of the fowl.
Next she rub the, hirdr'all nvor
sprinUes them nicely with salt. I The French sauce Is'tisuaUy
She doesnt stuff them,. ,5he thinner than the American. If you
doesn t want outside flavors to. wish to thicken yours with flour
compete with the bird's own. She be sure to allow the flour to cook
simply ties the legs together, and into the flavor of the sauce
the wings close to the body.. J At Maxim's we often serve
The hints. ttrronaaA in eh,!. Can.. rkmM...i .
. miu- uiuvi. viiIIUll(ne Willi r V 8 S I
low pan, go into a preheated oven chicken. Sauce Diable is taneier
(u aegrees) to bake lust one
hour, or until the juices run ont
clear no pinkish. They are
brushed occasionally with more
salt or melted sweet butter. Whe Whe-,
, Whe-, done, they are golden brown and
the skin is crisp and buttery.
Serve on a platter, binding strings
removed, and, surrounded with
uie classic snarp sauce. It is
versatile, and takes nicely to Uie
addition of. curr', parsley flakes,
and other seasonings.
With the poulets is served a
crisp green xalad, crusty French
jread, and succu'ent fruit for des desert.
ert. desert. K's a meal that's wX h
nuch at home in America as it is
P. A, CLASSIFIEDS
The Weather Bureau said the
temperature would remain cool
today, with highest recording in
the 70 s a welcome relief from the
long siege of humid 90-degree beat
last week., p
In an extended forecast, the
Weather Bureau said temperatures
in northern New England, Massa Massa-chusets
chusets Massa-chusets and Rhode Island will av
erage two to six degrees below
normal over the next five days.
However, it will warm up again on
Friday and Saturday. Light show showers
ers showers are expected Thursday of Fri
; Normal temperatures for the pe
riod are: Boston 69; Providence,
h. I., 67; Nantucket, Mass., 62;
Concord, N.H., 66; Burlington, Vt.,
67; Portland, Me., 63; Easjpori,
Me., 57; Greenville, Me., 61; and
Caribou, Me.. 60.
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irdcbck Homers Halt Oncoming Brooklyn Dodgers
TSS PANAMA l!SZSICA3f 1H ECEITEXEZNT DAILY JTEWSPArES
Record Blast Over Roof
By JOHN GRIFFIN
NEW YORK, June 18 (UP) Putting Joe Ad Ad-cock
cock Ad-cock back in the lineup was Charlie Grimm's last
- idea as manager of the Milwaukee Braves, and the
Sunday slugfest that resulted was the first success
r in Jhe reign of new skipper Fred Haney.
. Inch Adcock
nlneh -hit a homer for the
Braves in Grimm's last game as
manager on oauurasy, auiu uu;
ChoIlV announced Bib Joe would
.Tecome a starter again. Haney
aaidP'he thought Cholly's last
ldeawas a good one, so
Adeock slugged two homers in
the -first game and one in the
second as the Braves "came to
, lifewith a 5-4, 3-1 doublehead-
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Hi second homer decided the
opening game, breaking a 4-4
tie 'and It was a "Mantle-type"
xecot smasher the first homer
ever- hit over the left field roof
at Ebbets Field- leaving the
rrat a snot 350 feet from the
rial and 83 feet Into the stra
tosphere. The tape measure boys
maia.M carried 500 feet Into a
' with-xa bat loaned tox him by
Codger Carl Furuio a sugni sugni-ly
ly sugni-ly heavier model Joe said than
he swings "when I leei swong.
The Milwaukee strong boy's
record blow1 snapped a six six-gante
gante six-gante Dodger winning streak
and"fcis next homer, In the
secdd inning of the nighttap,
starved a Z-game Dodger los los-.'.ingSstreak.
.'.ingSstreak. los-.'.ingSstreak. Bobby Thomson
alsohomered in this game, a
"blovfi that proved the margin
I KSWTJ, as KT vnrae
terei eight Dodgers hits to win
his Srst start of the year,
Milwaukee's sweep, after los losing
ing losing 11 of the last 17 games, help help-race
race help-race into a five-team scramble,
ed to? turn the National League
Now Jhere are only two games
aeparmting first-place Pittsburgh
and ftftti-place Milwaukee.
The pace-making Pirates took
a double drubbing from St Louis
S-l arid 8-3. Stan Muslal's two two-tun
tun two-tun homer In the first inning
was the first-game difference as
TomiPoholsky won It with a five--vhitter.
Threerfun hornets 1 by
tinhHv Ttei rirero and Hank Sauc
er enabled Willard Schmidt to
win the second, with reuer neip
from Jim Konstanty.
The Cincinnati Redlegs took
second place from Brooklyn by
a half-game by splitting a twin
bill with the Giants. Homers by
Dusty Rhodes, Daryl Spencer,
Willie Mays, and Bill White gave
the Giants a 7-6 win in the
opener, but Joe Nuxhall stopped
New flfork on two hits and fan fan-tied
tied fan-tied eight In the nightcap as
Bmotaey Burgess singled home
the ohlv run to win. 1-0.
In another N. L. doubleheader,!
jRpdin Roberts of the Phil beat:
the Cubs, 7-1, to the opener witn
help 'from homers by W 1 11 1 e
(ones ana Del emus, but the
Cubs took the second, 7-4, be behind
hind behind Sam Jones with Eddie Mlk Mlk-is'
is' Mlk-is' two-run homer the big blow.
, j JThe New York Yankees ex extended
tended extended their American League
lead by 5 games by beating
Cleveland for the third
straight time, 9-4, in a single
game as second-place Chicago
aplitja twin bill with Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, winning 20-2 and los los-inc.
inc. los-inc. .0-4.
. Twq-run homers by Norm Sie
tern ind Yogi Berra" gave th
YanHs four runs in the first
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CRIST08AL 2121 e
nlng and a similar splurge in
the seventh included a three-run
blast by Hank Bauer. Rip Cole Coleman
man Coleman won In relief and Early
Wynn, who didn't survive, .the
first frame, lost ; i
The White Sox bagged 20 hits
in their opening game, includ-
in Sherm Lollar's homer, and
they got 14 more off Chuck
Stobbs in the second but could
not beat him. It was Stobb's
third win over Chicago this year.
In other A. L. single games,
Ted Lepcio's three-run homer
led the Boston Red Sox in a 19'
hit attack to beat the Detroit
Tigers, 13-2, behind Frank Sul
livan's six-hitter, and Bob Nie
man s three-run homer if the
eignm DroKe a tie and rrrtrf
Baltimore to a 7-2 win over
Yesterday's Star Joe Ad Ad-rock
rock Ad-rock of the Braves, who hit
three homers including a
record blast over the Ebbets
Field left-field roof to lead
Milwaukee to a doubleheader
Sweep over the Dodgers.'
U. S. Needs One
Win To Retain
WIMBLEDOM, England,' June II
lurj sniriev B oomer af Ens.
land forestalled en anticipated A A-merican
merican A-merican victory in the Wightman
Cup Tennis Tournament tad aw
wnan ina aaraaraa Dorothy Head
Knede of Forest Hills. L. I.. N. Y..
I 1 I a
Mifl Bleomer't vietarv rmAilrmA
the United States lead to 3-1 In the
best-of-seven-match series. AmerL
ca swapi two single matches and
deublaal cantaat aA FrMai mm.
fume M lead, -The feuivwindupf
matches throe slnalea and an
doublet were postponed Until to
day bocaute of a heavy downpour
s America thus needed only em
victory today to clinch the Wiaht
men Cup Trophy for the 26th
straight time. ;
Here are the winners of thf
big weekend races., t. ; --
"Needles" winner of the Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky Derby took the 8120.00C
Belmont Stakes by a neck over
"Career Boy" with Preakness
winner "Fabius- third.
"Sir Tribal" won the S50.00C
added Balmoral Turf Handicap
At Hollywood Park. "Social
Climber" outclassed the othei
three-year-olds in the $39,000 E1
And a 10-1 shofc-fDotted
Line" beat "Levee" and "Prin.
cess Turia" to win the $35,000
in-added Delaware Oaks
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INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Juna IS
(Ur Racine fans todav mourn
ed the death of Bob Swiekert, 1955
winner or me indianartnlis son.
mile S Deed war Classic and th na-
aonai driving championship.
awoiKerr was killed yesterday
en the Salem, Ind., Speedway
when his car skidded out of cen centre!
tre! centre! during a sprint race, and
crashed bite a retaining wall. His
wife was among the 7,000 specie,
tors who looked en in horror.
The car careened off the wall
at the first turn and back onto the
iraca. u niraea over on an em embankment
bankment embankment after striking a steel
guard rail. The crash took place
on the fifth lap of a 30-lap feature
Sweikert died of head injuries
a few minutes after arriving at
Sweikert was the first man since
Wilbur Shaw to win both the 500 500-miler
miler 500-miler and the national title in the
same. year. The 11th Indianapolis
victor to die in a racins crash.
Sweikert himself witnessed the
death of Bill Vukovich during
Swikert's race to. the' 500-mile
crown in 1955.
In The Majors
(Based on 125 official at bats)
nayer and Club a ab r a act
Long, Pitts.' 53 195 38 70 ,35
Bailey CincL 42.128 20 45.352
Boyer, St. L. 56 222 44 75 .338
Clemente, Pitts 45 144 22 48 .333
Moon, St. L. 55 194 37 64 .330
Mantle, N. Y.
57 217 59 83 .382
Kuenn, Det. ''
Berra, N. Y.
44 157 27 57 .363
48 191 30 68 .356
45 144 34 51 .354
43 183 35 63 .344
39 131 17 45 J44
. Mantle, Yanki
j uerra, .Yantcs
Jngr. Pirates f
Sie vers, Senators .,,.,
RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yanks 59
Boyer, Cards ,t. 50
Long, Pirates ...... 46
Musial, Cards 4g
McDougald, Yanks .;
Lopez, Athletic . . t
Snider, Doager j .... .... 41
Boyer, Cards ....
Long, Pirates ...
W L Pet
Brewer, Red Sox
Labine, : Dodgers
Pierce,, White Sox
By Ike Bern Held
ANNAPOLIS, Md., June 18 (UP)
Sports knd rivii UaH
throughout the nation gather were
today to carry out President Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's long-delayed conference
On physical fitness.
ine comerence is designed to'
twnoHi juvenue aeunquency and
in the President's words, stirt
great movement of youngsters to toward
ward toward the athletic fields of this coun-
Vice President Richard M. Nix Nixon
on Nixon is chairman of the ennfrini.
which Mr. Eisenhower planned be-
iuns ws nean attacK last Septem September.
The President had Planned in
address the meeting today but his
recent mness interfered with those
During bis recent illness inter-1
terea witn those plans.
During his May 9 new conefr conefr-ence.
ence. conefr-ence. Mr. Eisenhower said Iuva.
nile delinquency studies have re-!
veaiea mat there is "a real paral-
lei between physical fitness and.. J
Health Secretary Marion B. Fol
mm told the conference today that
fitness for living is more than ab absence
sence absence of disease or being able to
stay out of bed.
Folsom said Americans are be beginning
ginning beginning to see the value of a third
Umension to fitnesf.
inis is me capacity to funcUonl
t ones own best physically, I
In $3,000 Red Cross Classic
riTlrWorill)fliiMIIIIIIMUIH ...aiisweiawaw .
i 5,1 "s 3
l .-T- v
SAFE ON WILD THROW Pete Whisenant, Cubs outfielder,
ducks his head as he leaps safely onto first base In the sec-
.'ond inning o the Chicago-New York Giants game at Chicago.
Whisenant grounded to Hank Thompson who threw wild and
over the head o Giants first baseman Bill White (foreground).
Riley Brothers, Barnes,
Lombria Cain Semifinals
In Juvenia Golf Tourney
Georse Rilev led the field into
the semi-final 'matches of the Ju Juvenia
venia Juvenia watch tournament being held
at the Summit Hills (ion uud wim
a sound 5 and 3 victory over. Med.
alist Al Saarinen. . ...
Al. fiehtinc the iinx that nam
tually rides the back of the medal medal-ist.
ist. medal-ist. played good golf- but George
iiUnlavnl remarkable ability a-
rnnni) the ffreens to finish with a 71
which is the best round ox me tour
namnnf ftn far.
rv Rirnei found the putting
stroke again after weeks of faulty
m.ttintf in defeat Cal Rigs 4 and 3
...kit. aknntina an etcellent T2. .The
Tt 0..vvwM.B .1 ...
other redhead in the championship
flight, t Jinx- RUeyDiua up a ;
Ab R H Fo A
b-Bauer rf a
Carey 3b 3
j. Coleman 2b ...
Ford p 0
Morgan p ........ ?
R. Coleman p ... 2
35- 9 1') 27 ID
Smith rf-2b .... 5 0
Avila 2b .... ; .... 0 0
c-Woodling If ....-4 0
Mele If 1 0
Carrasquel as .... 2 1
Rosen 3b 4 1.
Werta lb .." S 0
Busby cf 4 2
Megan c 2 0
Strickland ss .... 10
d-Naragon ....... 1 0
e-Kuhn 2b ... ... 1 0
- Averm i u
Houtteman p ... u u
Wynn p 0 0
Mossi p 2 0
McLlsh P 0 0
Ward rf ......... 1 0
8 7 11
a-Grounded out for Morgai
b Singled for Noren in 5th.
c Popped out for Avila in
b Singled for Strickland In
e Ran for Nirpson m 3rd. i
f Grounded out. for Kuhn in
400 100 400--S
012 000 100-4
SUMMARY Errors: CarejU
Kuhn. RBI: Siebern 3, Berra 2
Mossi, Hcgan, Karagon, Collins,'
Bauer 3, Busoy. Doubles: carey.
HRs: Siebern. Berra, Bauer. Sac Sacrifice:
rifice: Sacrifice: McDougald, R. Coleman.
Double play: McDousrald-J
Collins. Left on base: Yankees f.
Indians 10. Bases on balls: Fori
1, W. Coleman 2. Wynn 1. Mos i
4. McLlsh 1. S.O : Morgan I, W.
Coleman 3, Mossi 6. McLlsh
HOnttpmnn 1 Hiro nff. imril 9 I
2-3, Morgan 1-1 1-3. Colemr i
2-6, Wynn 3-0 pitched to 4 ba
ters in 1st). Mossi 0-6, McLin
l-l. Houtteman 1-3. Runs ant
earned runs: Ford 1-0, R. Col"-
man 1-1. Morgan 3-2, Wynn 4-Ver Match. (Will the winner of this
Mossi 4-4, McLiSh 1-1. Hit t match aleate cell the Summit
pitcn: k. coieman hit Carrar.
queL WP: R, Coleman (2-1 i If:
MEN LEARN FROM HER
Chica?o (NEA) In 24 years
Helen MacDonald has given 50,000.
ui. ibowus iu viiiciiku, mostly io
Outclasses 3 Rivals
lead on Bill Gross and held on for
a a ana i victory.
Old timer Vince Lombroia al
ways, seems to shoot just low e e-nough
nough e-nough to win his matches and this
week he continued with a 3 and 2
victory over the long hitting Mac.
Richard (Slim) Thompson duIImI
me Diggesi upset of the tournament
by defeating Dale Bean 4 and, 3.
Dale just finished winning the Luc-
ay Mrixe tournament
and was a bitf favnriU In win B..t
it was just one of those dayi'thatltZaffit JKffi 4-20'.
every golfer runs into. This will
automatically make Slim the fa
vorite to win the first flieht.
in the second flight Bob Medin-
geri ana fere urahain won deci
sive victories to loom as the final
ists of the flight ...
One of the most exciting match
es of the tournament was play ell
in championship flight of the worn-
men's flight between Cleo Burns
and Sylva Carpenter. -Cleo.
medalist for the ladles.
didn't miss many shots on the
front nine to take a quick 4-up
lead. Then the medalist jinx took
iMu. iiicu uie meaausi jinx f
over and watched Sylva shoot the,
back nine one under par and even
the match on the 18th hole and
send the match into extra holes
On the 19th hole Cleo missed the
green with her 3rd shot while Syl
va niayea ner 3rd snot ruceiv on
the green about 15 foot from the
cup. Cleo then calmly chipped in
to me nolo for a Dirdie and then
stood by and watched Sylva knock
her putt in for another birdie. A A-bout
bout A-bout this time Ole Man Jinx relax relaxed
ed relaxed and let Cleo win the match
with an easy par on the 20th hole.
Next week's match between Cleo
and Pearl Trim, winner over Chi
. .L...1J l ...0 V a
both had little trouble winning their
matches from Ann Todd and Lee
Knuth and will play the other semi,
This week's matches should pro
duce the finest golf seen in many
a tournament with the two red redheads
heads redheads Jim Riley and Ray Barnes
fighting for the chance to play1
enner lieorge ituey or vince um-
broia for the very beautiful Juve
,nia watch that goes to the winner
re(J tbout it ft in next WMk,,
ox the tournament. But don t wait
paper, come out and watch.
All the flitghts have narrowed;
down to the best and the pressure!
is on each and every contestant J
ine prizes are well worth win
ning from the Championship flight
down to the last lught.
Pairings for next week's match
es arer ----
Men's Championship Flight
Ray Barnes vs Jim Riley
George. Riley vs Vince Lombroia
B. Fulton vs Ralph Miller
M. Chadwick vs R. W. Thomp
Bob Medinger vs R. M. Sulpvan
fere Graham vs w. Holt
r Third Flight
H. Wiilenbrock vs V." Ledbetter
E. Brown vs S. F. Wysocki
J. Murphy vs G. Gildersleeve
Jack Stuart vs A. C. Boyette
L. P. Best vs Paul Badonsky
C. R. Peters vs C. Peavley
F. T. Roby vs C. Castaneds
C. Waole vs Winner of Call-He
Club and notify the manager of the
outcome. ) "'
Cleo Burns vs Pearl Trim
Katie Call vs Connie Bishop
' First Flight
Marion Taylor vs Lynn Jones
Edith Mathieson vs Bev Dilfer.
tie. Katie Call and Connie Bishop j'-55fvinJAuanu 3-00.
both had little trouble winnina their, J--POSUnovich $5.20.
The Stud Valentino's classv
Polemou yesterday afternoon
added another classic victory to
ius impressive string when be
raced to an easy xour-length
win over mree rivals in the $J,
000 aided National Red Cross
Classic for three-year-old im imported
ported imported thoroughbreds over seven
lurlonss at the Juan Franco
Because of his acknowledged
superiority and the fact that he
is racing many classes above his
opponents oi yesterday. Pole-
mon was burdened with the
maximum impost of 128 rounds
tmujHuca io na tor the other
uiree iianers Aihajar, Gola Gola-zo
zo Gola-zo and Golden Corn II.
Folemon went off an nririfi-nn
mutuiiis favorite and retiimort
$3.20 per win ducat.
i Golaao sprinted to the front
n the first furlong why,
choice Aihajar in closest pursuit.
rr u racea tnird with
folemon some four length. v.
hind the latter.
Three furlongs out Golazo' and
Aihajar were still first and sec second
ond second in this order with Golden
torn third but Polemon was al al-reltytl"
reltytl" al-reltytl" s.fide and alnins fast
."J "me uiey naa reached
the- homestretch Pnimnn ....
already in front and beginnine
n. rrW8y. from th8 0thers-
? t0, cr0f the finish
line fully four lengths ahead of
Aihajar who outlasted Oni
by a half length for nla
ey. Golden Com n' fmi.M
"i1.1 another length and one one-half
half one-half back. ..
Pohmon'a time was i ss
Over Uie muddv trafb- a.
rf1? .upse,tter Hurling park's
suddenly -regained We" after a
ery poor performance in the
same class to register to the
tune of $63 per win ticket
Jockeys Ruben "Caliche" Vas.
mu'BslsniTTf- vtrU10 cas-
"vv ui A nil. ran ivoir.
S' "10. 3.40, 3.60. ;f 'i
?';ite W.80, 4.20, 4.60,
rTakeaway $4.60, 6.80.
; 'First Double: $44.80.
THIRD RACE -,
L Blue Moon $2.40, 2.20.
1. -Dofia Barbara 2.20 --
One-Two: $4.40. -,
u FOURTH RACE
!. Ebony $5.00, 3.60. 2.40.
2. -Slrena $7.40, 3.20.
i. Muneco $2.80.
l.r-Sherry Time $5.60,, 3.20.
1. Incalca $7,20, 3.80, 2.40.
2. Dawu song $15.40, 4.40.
3. Single Slipper $3 00
SEVENTH RACE -L
Paquiro $4.20, 2.80, 2.20 -2.
Armador $5.40, 2.40.
3-Bo3"un's Mate $2.20.
Second Double: $16.60. -,
1. Heritor $4.00. 2.20, 2.20.
2. UtUe Fool $2.20, 2.20.
3. Arpegio $3.60.
Hurling park $63.00, 9.40,
1. Polemon $3.20, 2.20.
2. Alnajar $2.20.
. FLEVENTH RACE
L-r-Mezereum $2.40, 2J20.
2. Suzerain $20.
Johnson Boys Pilch
Toronlo Maple Leafs
To Twin Bill Win
NEW YORK, June 18 (UP)..
The Johnson "Bova" iron
Don are carrying their share
ui me ioaa ior tne Tnmntn
jMaple Leafs In the International
tongue mis season.
' n.en, wno won 14 games for
we ieais last season, got off
to a poor start this year, but
the 33-year-old left hander
breezed through the Richmond
Virginians, 8-1, Sunday In the
urn, game oi a twin h tit
noicn nis third victory.
Ana 28-year-old Don, who
tnrows irom the richt km fol
lowed suit in the nightcap, beat beating
ing beating the Virginians, 4-2. with
help from Pete Wojey for his
seventh victory. The double win
boosted the Leafs Into a third third-place
place third-place tie with the Miami Mar Marlins
lins Marlins and the Columbus Jets,
both of whom gained splits In
Montreal scored eight times
times In the first Inning to de defeat
feat defeat the Jets, 10-4, -but Colum Columbus
bus Columbus bounced back tor a 4-3 vic victory
tory victory In the second game. Miami
edged Buffalo, 5-3, in the first
game, but dropped the nightcap.
Don Gross scattered seven
hits as the Cuban Sugar Kings
defeateo the Rochester Red
Wings. 6-1, but a nair of homers
by John Huesman cowered the
Red Wings to a 5-2 nightcao
toaor: CONRADO SAKticANI
v 1 I 1 J A
( 1 :
Teams. f V
L Pet GB
23 ".558 1
2d .554 1
22 .542 2
29 .431 7J4
33 .396 9'3
33 .377 10
Cincinnati at Philadelphia (N)
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh tN)
Only games scheduled.
YESTERDA XS RESULTS
Cincinnati 140 100 000 6 9 C
New York 200 2(tf 20x 7 13 0
Lawrence, LaPa 1 m e '2-4
Black and Bailvj. :
Hearn. umsieid. Grisscm
Wllhelm (1-3) and Sarni.
Cincinnati 010 000 0001 6 C
New York v 000 000 000-0 2 0
Gomez (2-6). Wllhelm and
rhipairn nnn nnn inn i i n
Philadelphia 001 013 llx 7 14 C
Hacker (1-6). Huerhes. Davis
and Landrith, McCullough.
Roberts (6-8) and Lopata.
Chicaeo O02102 1i0 7 8 2
Philadelphia 030 000 100-4 6 1
Jones (4-4) and Chin.
S. Miller. Owens 0-4). R.: Mil
ler, Simmons and Lopata.; ;
(First Game) ".-
200 100 0003 10 1
100 000 000-1 5 C
, Poholsky (4-4) and Smith.
Law (2-7), Face. King and
Foiles.-. ." ,-
st. Tsniu Mnnnnnnft n i
Pittsburgh f 000 COO 1203 6 5
"Schmidt 14-1), Konsfnty .mo
Arr C i
McMaun aiu w..--,-.,
(First Game) i
Milwaukee i 020 020 001-5 10 C
Brooklyn 001 102 0004 11 1
Buhl (6-3). Jonnson and Rice
Erskine, Roebuck (3-3) and
Milwaukee 010 110 0003' 6 C
Brooklyn 010 000 0001 8 1
Crone (6-3) and Crandall
Newcombe O S), Drysdale, La La-bine
bine La-bine and Walker.
QUICK HELP m
, Aathma and Brenehltli attack ar
polaonoua to yoar body, undermine
your atranath, ruin your haalth, and
waakan your heart Mandaea quickly
atarta to work throuh tha blood to
overcome Aathma and Bronchltla at attacks.
tacks. attacks. Help dlaaolva atranflln; n
cue, promote free, easy breathing-.
Mandaea'a action I quick even In
very old and atnbborn caaa. Gat
Mandaea from any drugator today,
. and how much better you aleep and
breath tonight, how much Improved
yon feel tomorrow. Mendac flirhta
aathma, Bronchltla and Hay Fevar.
26 modern "banta" ships uniting the"
Americas with fast and freejuent
WEEKLY SERVICE FROM NEW YORK, s
, TO WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA ..
S& "SANTA MARGARITA" Due Cristobal, C. June 19
S.S. "SANTA ISABEL" Due Cristobal, C : 4 June 20
WEEKLY SERVICE FROM THE
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
S.S. -SANTA CECILIA" ..Sails Cristobal. C. 3L, June 19
SJ5. "SANTA MARIA" ....Sails Cristobal. C. Z June 2S
FROM U.S. PACIFIC A WEST COAST CENTRAL
t AMERICA TO BALBOA
s.s. "Santa fe' .,
S.S. "SANT ANITA",.;.
FROM CRISTOBAL AND
WEST COAST CENTRAL
PANAMA AGENCIES CO
CRISTOBAL: 2131 2135 1 PANAMA; 2-055S 0557
, BALBOA: 150? 2159
oiaaaa)aiaa.,ara,aat ty m Ym
W L Pet GB
.37 20 .649
.28 22 5Vi
.29 26 .527 7 ?
.23 27 J09 8 1
-27. 8 .4S1 9
.23 29 .491 '
.22 34 .393 1414
2i 37. .393 15
' TODAY'S GAMES -Baltimore
at Chicago (N)'
Washington at K. City n
rJ tTB VA. A. IJ
Only games scheduled.
' YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cleveland 013 000 100 -4 5
.."Morgan, R.Coleman (2 (2-1)
1) (2-1) and Berra.
" Wvnn (a.i .t i if i
Houtteman and Hegan
Boston 000 510 03413 19 0
Detroit 000 002 oon- s V
Sullivan (6-3i and White.
.k. i (!"3) Maas. Mastersdn,
Aber, Brady and House.
Baltimore C00 200 03i-7 10 1 r
Kansas City 000 000 2002 8 0
Brown (4-0) and Smith.
."r. 13-6. Gorman
Wash. 000 110 000- 2 10 3
Chicago 542 210 15x-20 20 l
anT8rt4 2), Chakales, orob
and Courtney. .
Donovan ia.vi t.
' S 1m-mtm'' i- '
Wash. un nnn in .a :
Chicago oil 000 200 4 14 i
StObbS (..!) Rvarhi n
beret. Z 7 "V1
:. TTAiran M i i tikiiaA r.a. i
Consuegra, Howell and Moss
. ... . i
Milwaukee Not -,(
NEW YORK, June 18 (UP) -There
don't seem to have been
manv tears shM fnr fhrii
in Milwaukee since the announce
ment 01 his resignation as man manager
ager manager of the Milwaukee Braves.
The general : nnininn is lh .1
Grimm was a nice guy but he
was just too easy going.
' The BriVfl hav rnl lalaril mj
ny Milwaukeeans say,' if they just
have someone to bring it out. But
they feel Charlie never did crack
the whip enough.
Even the ladies cot in nn the
act., and one Milwaukee woman
commpntwi that ah thnnoht tha
staves couia ao a tot oetter witn
- Hnwcvpr most nf th fans are.
unwillin' tn wslcnme Orimm'a ann.
cessor, Fred Haney, with open
aim. j.iicic uiiiuuu ia ki a waul
and see what he can do.
Th fan whn think Tharlia ant
a dirty deal are in the minority,
but they'll stand behind Grimm.
As one fan put it, "Haney '11 do a
'good job, But I sure feel sorry for
AND CRISTOBAL, C. 2.
uue DaiDoa, v. ... June zit
.Due Balboa, C i July 15 M
m ... n . aj.
BALBOA, C. 2. TO THE
AMERICA & U. S. PACIFIC
..Sails Cristobal, C. Z, July 5 "S
Till PANAMA AMERICAN AN IXSEPENSENT DAUT NEWSPAPER
?Gsf Le-Gp2 For Iteb; Lesguers; Equipmaint, Base Running Rule Tried Cut
B'GXDAX, JUNE IS, 13SI
- IP J l'
MIDDLECOFF DRIVES "The 1949 tnd 1956 National Open
champion, Cary Mlddlecoif, drives from the edge of the rough
on the first fairway, during his second round of the U.S.
National Open golf championship at Rochester, N.Y. Middle Middle--
- Middle-- coff finished the second round round with a 70.
Middlecoff Will Not
Attempt Double Slam'
. By LEO H. PETERSEN
ROCHESTER, Tt.Y.. June 18 18-(TJP
(TJP 18-(TJP Cary Middlecoff. e!ated:
tt his one-stroke victory over
Ben Hogan in tfce s US. Open
Golf Championship, laid, today
he won't attempt to match Ho Ho-gan's
gan's Ho-gan's 1948 "double slam" of the
Open and P.Q.A. titles.
"My doctor has ordered me
not to play in tho p.G.A..,,v .ex .explained
plained .explained Middlecoff, whose one-over-par
281 lust nlpned Hogan
in the final round of the Open
Saturday at Oa Hill' .Country
"I have a hip condition,"
said the Memphis dentist,
"and the stra'n anl effort of
playing two rounds a day,
such as Is necessary In .the P.
G.A.. Is Just too much for me.
Middlecoff thixs passed up
what manv observers considei
tn h. a Balden orraortunlty to
become, the sond man in his
I lprv to win the even r f'u A
" was a finalist ?n the PG.A. last
year..E,.m Is te only man
who ever has scored the f'dou-
, ble." 1
rirtHicnff whn stamped him
self as a major links prophet
Kfnr t.h non beean r say
in. ht would eladlv "take 281
and never leave the ci-bhouse,"
said he spent "the toughest two
hours of my liie ', waning; in w
clubhouse, at Oak Hill liter he
had finished Saturday.
Out en the course, Iloean,
Julius Boros, an Tel Kroll
. were taking enok at his fi
HANGS VV TACK
Oceanport, NJ. NEA) -Steve
Di Mauro has hung up
his tack after riding with con considerable
siderable considerable success .for several sea
NOT ONLY FOOTBALL
Norman,- Okla. NEAl w
nvifthnma wen the Biar Seven
all-sports title for the- yedr. iin iin-fehinv
fehinv iin-fehinv in noint. ahead of Kan
sas. . .w-. 'the final green,
ly JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK. June 18 (NEA)
NATIONAL Headquarters has set
up a special league at William-
sport, fa., in wmcb any new rules
or equipment dreamed up will be
tested under game conditions.
One manufacturer brought a me
tal alloy bat to be looked at by of
ficials. Two plastic balls are be
inn ested. The one major rule
change which the league a four
team set-up, playing on Saturdays
is trying out is a new base run
ning regulation. :
You can't take your foot off the
bag until the ball is hit as it now
stands, but the bead men of Little
League are wondering whether
runners should be allowed to take
a lead so they can take the extra
base on a hit. Base stealing would
still be taboo ... that's too rough on
' Baron PitUnatr, Brown Univer
sity sports publicist who doubles
as a Little League director, notes
that most coaches in the Provid
ence area find it difficult to teach
a boy to go back under t fly ball
' X I
MISSES PUT w Ben Hogan'
waves his putter in disgust
after missing a putt on the
second green in the first round
of the U.S. Open Golf Tour Tourney
ney Tourney at Rochester, N.Y," Hogan
finished the day with 1 72. Bob
Rosburg took the lead with t
nal score. On. by ene they
went down but Middlecoff had
to sweat it out as word trickled
. ,. -t
"I'd have been happy to settle
for a tie whjn they were run run-ning
ning run-ning at me," he said .. "While T
waited, I ne 'e thought I'd "get
It. The boys gave, me a-real
thrill, I'll tell you."
Middlecoff eave himself plen
tv of chills 5ii the closlre holes
but saved nimself with a. sliot tn
within three feet of the p;n on
PARTING COMPANY Ma. Jonathan R. Burton of, Fort Polk, La., falls from his mount at i
Stockholm, Sweden, during the toughest endurance test In Olympic Equestrian history. Bur Burton
ton Burton was carried off the course almost .unconscious. The United States and 10 of the 19 other 5
nations dropped out of the team competition during this section of the gruelling three-day ,,
Inf ernaflcnal Leagu
Havana 010 031 0016 13 .0
Rochester 000 000 0101 7 1
Gross and Dotcercr; B. Biay-
lock, Mayer (5), Geli?er (7. Mar-
kell 9) and Ranct. LP: u. uuty uuty-lock.
lock. uuty-lock. HR: Rud. .,
Miami 301000 001-5 9
Buffalo' 000 000 003-3 8
Farrell and Command: Nicho-
los, Hahn (4) Coleman (9), Weiss
(9) and Tompkinson, lp: mcno-
los. HR: Bouchei.
WW Teener All Star Team
FuhrJ Drive Passes $1,300.
The VFW drive to raise funds
to send the Teener All Stars to
Hershey, Pennsylvania in Au August
gust August is well underway and if the
present pace is kept the ?oa! of
$5,000 is sure to be reached. Fol Following
lowing Following is a report ot collections
to June 14: i
Booster Ticket sales ; .'. $S43.0C
J. I. Klncald ...... .',
Harry Kahn ....j...
Michael Bvtler . .
George F. Novey, inc.
Buh Koehllng .......
W. T. Coney
American Supply co. ; ;
Panama Coca Cola Co.
Capt. Samuel Johnson
VFW, Dept. PRnama Ca.
rial Zone (1955)
VFW. Dept. Panama Ca
nal Zone (1956) .......
NCO Club. Ft, Amador .
N. Rachlln .
Leonard Hart ..
Al Kransnick ..
George Carlson S.0C
Sta n d a r d Fruit and
Steamship Co 10 00
Wll ford and "McKay
Steamship Agency .... 15.0C
Max R. Stempel and Sons
Ltd. --...j.rf... 10 00
Scott and Scott, Ihc u 10.00
' S CO
. 8 0C,
In addition to selliivr booster
tickets tnd receiving contribu-
BUBBLING Buzz Burwell.
10. blow off team with bub bubble
ble bubble gum coaching at third
base for the Pinehurst, iN.C.
. team of the Moor County Lit'
va tie Tarheel League., t ...
"They all shuffle backward In Instead
stead Instead of turning and running with
the ball," he writes "We've
found the most effective way of
correcting this is to keep throw throwing
ing throwing fly balls a few feet out of, the
eoys reach and have him turn
with them.... It takes a lot of time
and is probably the hardest part
of teaching outfielders." r
There It a Daniel Beone in the
Fredericksburg. Md.. loon .... Has
sharp eye for the right pitch, tor J
as ne oeuea a nomer tor bis Am
vets team ia the opener,...
Little Leaguers at Troy, NV Y,
became' so disgusted with early
postponements due to rain and wet
grounds that they goftogether and
dug dry wells around the field to
help drainage ... they finished just
in time to greet a hot and dry
' It takes eight diamonds to keen
tne 600 youngsters in the worth'
ington,. O., program in action....
Deland. Fla... wants it known
that Milt Culp may never lose a
game this year .... He won two
of the first four victories racked
up by the Elk Indians team, th
second by a one-hit shutout ... he
whiffed 10 and the bit was an in
President Pete McGovern is In
sisting that all leagues be formed
strictly on- territorial and not
segregated basis i,; The March
of Dimes expected ', the Little
League Polio Day to net more
than the. $50,000 gathered by the
half -million boys in the program
last season..... .
Ceachts of the Wausatl. Wis.,
leagues will testify ahead of any
body that the ball ts a nopped-up-rabbit
.... In one day's play con consisting
sisting consisting of only three games, there
were 64 runs scored and .:. seven
home runs .... This borders on the
incredible for Little League, where
the edge nearly always is with the
(Second Game, 7 Innings)
Richmond 200 000 02 R
Toronto - 100 021 x 4 6
Vic Toveel Wrests
Title From Rensburg
JOHANNESBURG. Union bi
South Africa, Julie 1,7 (UPi
with a oriinai;t display of box box-ingr
ingr box-ingr Vic Toweel wrested the Em Empire
pire Empire lightweight; title front de-
fender Johnnie van Rensburg in
a 15-round fight here last night
Resnaur? vr.s keot at bav
almost throughout the fieht by
the cooler and, mori scientific
Toweel. Nine rounds clearly
went to the winner, three to Van
Kensourg ana two were even.
Rensburg's crouchln stvlc
brought three warnings to Tow
eel against, low blows. Rensburg
was. warnea iwiae for noiding.
In the last two. round3 Vap
Rehsbure tried hard for o
knockout but was hammered, se severely
verely severely on the head and jaw by
the new chamniois plledrivlng
icu ana rigm nooKS.
"Toweel's f-dntrack provides for
a return fight wttn Resnburg.
Just Hop, Step ;
And Jump Away
Claudio Martinez Punches 0ut;s
Decision Over Cumberbatch
a unanimous verdict over Maru
nel prescott, 123 4; Benito Tu-
flon, 130H. r3d t unantmourj
decision over Carlos Sierra. U&T'
and Youbb Archie Moore, 137
beat Randy Tui-pin U, 140, tt
unanimous voce ;
PHILADELPHIA (NEA) With
athletes running faster, throwini
farther and jumping higher than
ever before, an assault on the hop,
step and jump record would just
about complete the picture. :. r
rThe mark of Billy Brown of Lou
isiana State 50 feet, 11M inches-
has been on the books since. 1941.
But a boy who was only four years
old when Brown set the American
record in Philadelphia is getting
ready to break it. Ira Davis, 19, of i
La Salle is one of the country's two
1956 hoppers at 50 feet or more.
Busy in the 100, 220, 440 and broad
jump, he has been in hop, step and
jump competition only twice this
year. He posted 50, 1. ;
. Claudio Martinez. 117'i
punched his way to a split deci
sion over 3att.m' Cumberbatch
1194, In a ten-rcund feature
bout at the Colon Arena last
night before a good crowd.
The light started slowly witn
each boxer leelin eat the
ther ia the first round. Be Be-fere
fere Be-fere the heat ended however,
Claud's had Linded a couple
f effective punches..
In the second the bevs wann
ed up and there was a lively ex exchange
change exchange of hard blows.
in tne third tnings got reai
hot when Cumberbatch became
aggressive and Martlner, stood)
up and slugged toe to toe withj
his, taller, heavier rival, This
as Claudio was badly shaken up
and It appeared the youngster,
would not go the distance.
There was little action m ms
fourth, the boys taklnr tnlngs
easy and hardly t blow landed
on either side. 4
lit the fifth Martin's chant chanted
ed chanted te a back ncdallku, hit.
and-run style which he kept up
until the seventh. -4
Cumberbatch, who had been
reelntlesslv italklne his man w.itimr Vtldd'f iif rthe !(-
without bebr able to hit him aiwmner. walked off with his set-iv
solid blow, finally causb' the 0nd ppen title. Hogan shooting ?:
elusive Martlnes in the eighth f(jr t record fifth title finished:.
with a hard riaht to the Jaw,in a tie for second with Borosi.mrr
that staggered him Into his own one stroke behind. Next, eamttA"
corner shortly before the bell Kroll, at 285, four strokes back,iua
. NEWYORK, June I8-CJP1
Cary Middlecoff wen the bl? one ;
.and what a big one this year's,
National Open olf turned out
to be. ",; 1
Middlecoff finiihel earlv with
281 for the 72 holes... then. hid
to sit or, rather, pace hervoust
ly and, sweaty vhile, three mcn..r.
tried to tie or beat him. Bet.,.
Hogan missed a three-foot putt
pn thet 17th holo of the final ,J -,-round.
Julius Boros mis&ed a likws,
foot putt on the final hole. Adiaj.i
Ted Kroll after takinrthA. aa,
lead with a birdie on the l4th-ri.
boaeyed the 15th and blew ha!
with a. triple bogey on the lButroa,
So. after nervov.a tours ot Mf
oaks 6f Oak hill
Rochester, N. Y. (NEA) There
are 80,000 trees on the property of
the Oak Hill Country Club, site of
the 1956 United States Open Golf
sounded to end the round
Claudio was the whole show in
the two final stansai. He bat battered
tered battered his tired, and sometimes
defenseless rival into the rope ateur.
on several occasions and naa
Cumberbatch looking like, a
weary old man.
Although ebvlouilv a 1 1-in
himself,' Claudb kept up his
bull-1 ke attacks rlsht to the
end while th partisan Colon,
crowd shouted Itself hoarse,
Judge Lloyd Albertca saw Mar
tinez winning, judge ,Herpen
Molse eave the verdict to Cum
berbatch, and referee Colon AJ
Brown voted for Martinet
Cumberbatch, who failed tc
make the 1 i9-pound weight by
one-half pound, lost a f7S for
in the other bouts:
. Jesus Santamarla,. 125, gained
In a tie with Ed Furgol and petavn;
er Thomson. Arnold Palmer
fourth with 287. Kv Venturk""'
fifth with 289 wa th tw f t" V."
forfny Encanta JS .2C
"ABAJO EL TELON
Fernando Fernandez, in
- . i
Today .-DFAL' 20c.
CAFE SITTON presents!
' Randolph Scott, In
''Return f The Badmen"
- Charles McGraw. In
- Coates, Dixon t5) and Wat Wat-lington;
lington; Wat-lington; D. Johnson, Wojey (6)
and Sawatski: WPf D: Johnson;
LP: Coates. HR: Sawatski, 4
(Second Game, 7 Innings) -Columbus
00000 04 8 r
Montreal COO 120 03 8 1
Kuzava and Noble: Nlcolis
Cristante (3), Mlckem 15). White
(7) and Howell. WP: Kuzava;
LP: Nlcolis. v.
(Second Game, 7 innings) ,
Havana 100 100 U 2 4 2
Rochester .2W110X-5, 9 .1
Scantlebury and .Doatterer;
Deal and Green, HP.: Huesman
(second Game, 7 Innings)
oil 000 02
012 000 x 3
man and Sherry. HR: Serena.
.. K v:. 1 .1 f .. -''ir,...
Former welterweight cham
pion Tony De Marco wants an
other title shot, De Marco fig
ures he earned the right to shoot
at rhamnion Johnnv Saxton's
crown with an Impressive unan
imous decision over Vince Mar
tinez at Boston Saturday night
Uons from the public, the com-1 r "fL' ?,e Jml Kon w"
-"tar th '?,th tad! Jo. Hamen-
ZTm, mX; left-hander in the Clark Grif-
fitter ?-a 1HS52fi LL SP11. I-r
Lottery 01 Aue. 12: 1st prize ..i, mA his fir tn
1958 Ford or Falrlane Victori.'r".:" -.-
two-tone radio white sidewalljuuWln-e avls ,,it omet '.ad
tires vnyl vpholstery: 2d Pnze:!, "J to giw hil Nu Car club
Anlla Ford (Eneliahl. 2-doorc 1.1... i-.j 1- c....t. o.
1 , 1 a IICBIUIJ 1CU us u,i sail 1. vii
.sedan, standard 1956 model: MZJLTLiA th.n tnv m ,,
mn on 5 T. f. us'L 5efc ulc:to strike out the last batter in the
100.00 irodel, 21 Inch, for ?5 or 60 cy- ventn to preserve the victory,
cle. : ..--.- (
100.00 Ticket, -are J1.00' each and -. 1
13.?iDlaces In panaam tad Colon IrrCSnO UllVCtlS
l. where they wlU be available will., 1 WM" T ;
. l n0V announce soon. Also, the, lt
1-00 VFW. Post 3876. on the Atlantic!!, OnUHiCIll I O
l.OC Slde Is sponsonnr t dance to be
10.00 held at the. Elks club,. Brazos,!,-,,, Vl'nvIiTrl
5 03 Brook on June 30. commencing lAuCCr VkAwVIMI
3.0C at 7:30 P.m. Admission will
" 1 00 $1.00.
FRESNO, Calif. (NEA) An 11 11-foot
foot 11-foot granite monument in memory
of Bill Vukovich was unveiled on
the Fresno Auditorium lawn.
The plaque salutes Vukovich as
a true champion. Checkered flags
represent his victories in the 500 500-mile
mile 500-mile race on the Indianapolis Mo Motor
tor Motor Speedway in 1953-54. He was
leading when killed last year.
Mesi ef wt do now and then ...but
famous antacid Sal Hepatica gives
' speedy relief from overeating upset.
Just take lA teaspoon of spar sparkling
kling sparkling Sal Hepatica in a glass of
water and fed how fast h relieves
;' The mild taxau'on which may also
accompany its alkaline action helps
relieve the constipation that often
occurs when you overeat i
So be wise get the economy-size
bottle of Sal Hepatica today! Have
. it on hand if you should cat too
Takt porkllng tZX
mimhnK iTeM ftnur
OFFICI AU LIST J0F;iTHE NATIONAL ; LOTTERY 0F-BEMEF1GEUCE
VJ ' "f.4 PANAMA. REPUBLIC Ot PANAMA Ww '' m :,
'Complete Prize-w inning Numbers in. the Ordinary Drawirif No. 1945, Sunday, June 17, 1956
The whole ticket has 44 pieces divided lit two series "A" k "B" of 22 pieces each
7555 $ 44,000.00
5344 $ '73,200 00
9979 $ 6,600 oq
PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES
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ms m.H itss 13Z.M mt imm sass -mM ws isi.h sass 'isi.m ms mt mt nt.M mm lain!
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255 132.S 1255 132.0 2251 m.M .3255 1S2.M 4255 'V S255 131.H 29S U2.N 7255 132.N S25S .H
355; I.12.M 1355 I.12.H 235S in.M S355 1S2.M 4.155 1S2.N 535J J.H.N 4355 1S2.H 1855 132.M J355 152.M
455 132.0 145S 132.M 23S 345S 132.M 4455 132.M S45J U2.H 45 132.M 1455 132-M I45S UtM
5J5 ,J,20 KI 1555 l,iN.M 2555 v 2.2M 3555 S.2M.N 4A55 2,2.N 1535 2.204.M 55t -12M.M 1555 44,M.M SSSi 1,2
K55 1.12 M 55 1.12.M 25S I.12.M 3655 132 M 4C55 132.M 5455 .1.12.M W IS1.N 7445 I3J.M 455 13tH
755 132.44 1755 132.M 275S I32.M 3751 132. 4755 132.N 4755 .. 132.4 4755 , 1S2.M 7715 1S2.M 75. 132.
55 1S2.M IS55 I32.M 285S 132.M 3S5S 1S2.M 4H5S )32.N SSS I32.M 1855' 1S2.M 1S5S 132.M I55 1S2.M
ttU iU2.se ItSI M2.N 2851 I31.M J5i 132.M 4S55 . 132.M SMS IS2.M SS5S 132.S 75i 132.N SSS 1J2.H
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, Approximations Derived From, First Prize
: I a s-'- ii si" i i .e
lUt MM IMS 44.N I ISSt 44.t 7I5Z MM 1554 444.N 75ST i MM 155' 44.M I IHt MM I ISCS MM
1547 44(.N .1541 444.M 1 1551 44 7551 44.t 7SM MM 15S 44I.M I ISM 444.H I ISM 44. H 1 144 MM
Approximations Uerived From Second Prize
s s s ' s ' v I ; I
344 224.M 1344 22 M 2344 22.M J344I2.M 4J441 tJt.M S344 22I.M 13 12.H 1344 22. H 344 224 M
5.1.13 Ilt.M 5.137 1I.M SS.1t 1MM 5.141 II J M43 v7lt.M 5.144 11.M B4I IM.H 535 1M.M Stlt 1I.M
S33S llt.M 5335 11.M S34t 1K.M 5342 j llt.M S3U llt.M IN? 11I.N 534t 11.M 5341' ll.M IUI 1M.N
' '- 'Approximations Derived From Jhird Prize
ewinrM iw v m.w tin 2.m jki i.H ttii uta ms. 2.m ettt iss.m 77i 132.M s7 met
M7 r M M lilt tM M74 l.M M7 MM tmM mT'"Th SMS St.M I MM tM7 M.M,
Mil IW Hi) IM HII MM M77 M.M .1 W M.M M2 II.M MM M.M MM SI M MM MM
Prize-wlnnltiK Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were told at:; 1st, 2nd and 3rd In Panama
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending- in 5 and not Included In the above list win Forty-Four Dollars 1(44.90) each.
.J.;'.: -The whole ticket has 44 pieces which comprises the two teries "A" and "B" : ;
... Signed by: ALBERTO ALEMAN. Governor of the Provlnct of Panama CM.' 47-12155
- The Representative of the Treasury RICARDO A: MELENDE2
. Witnesses: Jose Domingo Henriquez, Ced.,No. 3-13257 J08E DOMINGO SOTO
, t . Julio Alvarado Carbone, C6d. No, 47-88773 .' Notary Public, Panama
PABLO A. P1NEC M
KlrtTit Tin wlnnUis Uckcts with (h last cipher and wlU th (we tut
l' I Ii, ciphers apply only to the First Prix.
flit t int Prli and Ui 2nd and Srd Prize ar drawn itfMrateiy. Th p-
proxImaUont arc calculalad on In Vint, Second tnd Third Prutt. In cat
t Lcktl ahould carry Ui number! at tacb prua. th bolder t tnUUed to
lain payment for each. -j -. ) ..-
DMi:;G OF THE 3 JTRIKES
Sunday, June '17. 1956-,
; Drawinit Number 648 .' ,.
Second Prize.". V 44
Thin! Prize. .;.. . 79
The prim wUI k pal b awerdaara with the Offldal Lilt W Pta.mi tm
Hie afirc ef th NatMaal Beaellctat Ulltry tltaattd e Ceatral Aat.
V Plan ef Extraordinary Drawinf Ne., 1947 which- -,
, will take plaee July 1. 1I5S
Th whet Tiekct kat M lta - ?
, FIRST PRIZE '
1 Pint Prit ( tlW.ftM.M
1 Second Prize of i. S,M.0
1 Third Prir el 15,on.0
Jt Approximation ef .............. 11.000.00 eaeh ....... 1I.8M.00
Prize ( 5.OO0.0O each 45,0O.M
M Priie 9t ...(,'. JMMeach 21MA.M
tSO Prize at ,,.. 1MM acb.. ..,." tMM-M
IS Approximation of
. t Prize o ..........
II AppraxJmatloni el
t Prize Of
,. i 500M each ....... v
' THIRD PRIZE
S 2O0 00 each ........
........ ... 3O0 09 tacb ........
, 1.074 Prize ,.............. i..
Price of a whole ticket
-: Price ef one-fiftieth part
ft ji f5t.tt ,,..W(';',
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.Read story cn 1Q
GCEOC Conference To Decide On
Merger Agreement With AFSCME
- Word has been received here
5 iJrom Washington to the effect
. that a merger accord rjas oeen
reached between the Govern-
Iment u Civic Employes Organ
. izing Committee (AFL-CIO) and
the American Federation of
,. State, County J and Municipal
Employes Union, GCEOC Inter
national representative wmiam
'H. Sinclair announce today.
" The AFSCME approved the
merger agreement at its last
convention In April and the
: GCOC has summoned all local
i inions to a national conierence
'fccheduied to be held in New
York July 28-29 when ratifica ratification
tion ratification of the agreement is expect expected.
ed. expected. A ;
Vhe combined membership ol
'bom international unions will
be mere than 150,000. Accord According
ing According to AFL-CIO sources In
'."Washington, the unity between
ithe two groups would pave me
. J ay for an or Organizing drive
to bring an estimated million
j public workers into union rams.
Ai-rfLMis president Arnaia
I zander will head the new or
Eani2ation under the present
flan. Milton Murray, present
GCEOC socretary-treasurer, is
5 a xnerted to become administra-
live vice president, in addition,
'the unity formula provides for
L i i -1 I
rjtne aopoinunem or ciecuuu ui
two general vice presidents irom
JfeCEOU ranks who will serve on
the executive board of the
Merged unions along with Mur
5 cay. ,,'.
I g6eoc local unions In the
!Canal one 900 and 907
,will be entitled to send dele-
' sates to the national conference
ar make arrangements to be
repressnted at the conference
by representatives of their own
The Canal Zone locals. In ac
cordance with present rules, will
be entitled to votes in propor
tion to their membership as of
June 30, 1855. Up to loo mem'
bers, one vote or one delegate;
101-200 members, two otes;
201-300 members, three votes;
301-500 members,1' four "votes;
and ior each additional 500
members or fraction thereof.
cne additional vote. ;
R. I. Jen. Green
Becomes Oldest Man
To Serve In Senate
j South African
farmer Has Lion
JOHANNESBURG. South Afrl
,ea,.June 18 (UP) Bursters
;naven't bothered farmer. Edwin
, Jacobs since he got a lion for a
watch doe." ;
T! The roaring of the 400-pouhr)
;bt keeps prowlers at their
Jacobs bought the lion from
.Jt Pretoria zoo as a six-week-to'd
cub. It now eats 10 nounds
t)f meat a dav. in addWon tn
ft, hops, cod-liver oil and
j Jrobs tilfn to 'add a Hones
;tr specially built den and
WASHINGTON, June 18 (UP)
Sen. Theodore Francis Green
(D-R.I.). yesterday became the
oldest man ever to serve In the
Senate and said he hopes to stay
there until he's 100.
' Green bested the previous
mark of 88 years, eight montns
and 14 days set by Sen. Justin
Smith Morrill of Vermont, who
died in office in 1898. character
istically, Green celebrated .;. the
occasion with a party.
In a television Interview on
ABC-TV's "celebrity para de," he
noted that he will be 93 at the
end of his present term and 09
at the end of the next six year
He said he wants to serve un
til he is 100. But his problem, he
said, is: "Would it be moral to
run lor a six year term wnen
he only wants on year. ;
wen Known in wasnmeton a
a tireless man. Green hurried
from his interview1 to a recep
tion In his honor given by the
Rhod island congressional del
egation and state society. -.-
Green, wno is m line to be
come chairman of the Renat
""orelsm Relations committee if
the Democrats retain control of
the senate, said he .would like
to see foreis-n relations run on a
live and let live basis." t
He said each country should
b ablo to decide Its own course
without interference from an
other cation. :f,.'.- :
Green said has been forced
to plve up Ms once-favorite
snorts of wrestllny and ; high high-dlvltut.
dlvltut. high-dlvltut. But h said he still walks
fo theiCanltnI fmrri his rooms at
the University Club nearly every
day. it Is about 2& miles.-'
lft the people know the tnith and ths country is ,afe" Abraham Lincoln;
REVOLT LEADER GRANTED ASYLUM Haitian Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Jean Brierre (left) talks with former Gen. Raul Tanco.
-one of the leaders of the June 10 revolt in Argentina, after s
Tanco was granted political asylum in Brierre's residence In
Buenos Aires. An armed band took Tanco and six other rebels
. from the ambassador's residence and turned them over to the
army. Brierre protested to the Argentine Foreign Ministry and
the government released the rebels In Brierre's custody.
US Intelligence Agents
Slug It Out Over Russian
WASHINGTON. June 18 (UP-
2enate investigators at the week weekend
end weekend defended the two crouDs of
U.S. intelligence agents who batt
led each other in a local restaurant
for custody of a refugee Russian
aviator.. ; .: t;; v.-
PRICES: .75 & 40
- S:00 4:45 6:50 9:05 p.m.
A CHILLING DRAMA OF TRUE ESPIONAGE PLOTl'
0 J offms TOMORROW! o
- '"'' V 0m
Ranch Society JungU ripped
wide open revealing the high-living
world of the money-to-burn playboys.
, I party-loving women, thrill-seeking
husbands, wives with locked bedroom
doors, go-along girls who must
hold up their end,
come what may!
fhtm all In
1 '-rr. r ..
VAN JOHNSON 'JOSEPH COHEN RUTH ROMAN
JACK CARSON i"THE BOTTOM OF THE BOnLr
t) MOM MlEi OincM t Win HntnMT Snfmlar SV0MCV tOCHM
I Rbrt Merrii, count! for tha
Stmt Internal Stcurity tubcem tubcem-mitt,
mitt, tubcem-mitt, said thar daspita its com comic
ic comic optra atptcts tha epiiod
ihowod both groups of undercover
men wora "vigilant."
"It snowed they were on the jcb
ready to do their duty," he said.
The incident took place m the
darkened hallway of a restaurant
near the. white House in 1950.
It first came to light Friday when
Morris'- subcommittee released se-J
cret testimony of figutive Soviet
aviator; Peter Pirogov. This was a
Messes Up Debut
JONES BEACH. N.Y.; June 18
(UP).'.1' The battle between a bot bottle
tle bottle of itiuddv Mississippi water and
the' world's largest howboat end
ed yesterday with the bottle launch
ed but the new showboat crippled
with- a shattered caddie wheel.
The muddy water, encased ;'Jn
one of the' toughest bottles seen in
there parti, was sent to Jones
Beach for the launching of the 80 80-ton,
ton, 80-ton, 150-foot long showboat Cotton
Blossom by Gov. James P. Cole Coleman
man Coleman of Mississinoi. ...
The first act of the forthcoming
Jones Beach production of "Show "Showboat"
boat" "Showboat" is scheduled to be staged on
the boat when the musical opens
Thursday. .,,., ;,it;;(;
Helena Bliss, star of the show,
was given the king sized bottle
for the launching while other
members of the cast,, including
Guy Lombardo. watched.
She smashed the bottle against
the iron bar on the side of the
paddle wheel several times, then
pounded on the wheel itself. The
bottle was unscratched but the pad
dled wheel was splintered.
Miss Bliss finally quit swinging
and tossed the bottle into the bay.
Damage to the boat was estimat
ed a $500.
Td Do It Again'
-mST On A-Bomb
LONDON. June 18 (UP) Har
ry S. Truman said today "I'd do
it again" if he had to face the de
cision of A bombing Hiroshima
and Nagasaki. ., ,, f ;. :,; :
It was his answer to aa Oxford
University professor who opposed
an honorary degree for the former
president because of the World
War II atom bombs he ordered
dropped on Japan.v; ( .: ;
Truman,-who arrived in Britain
today on the last leg of his Euro
pean tour, didn't know one profes
sor had voted against the degree
be will receive Wednesday. r- i
"He must be a very courteous
chap," said Truman. '' ";
That brought a big laugn from
150 newsmen at a bavoy Hotel
pres conference because the pro
testing professor was a woman.
Truman laughed too when he
heard it was Miss Gladys Elizabeth
Anscombe. a woman s college phi
losoohv instructor. "What Hitler
or what' Stalin will not be honored
in the future?" she had protested.
dramatic, straight-faced account of
now a gang of "mysterious strand
era" tried to kidnap him in a head head-bashing,
bashing, head-bashing, gun-waving struggle in
beveral hours later.' the sub
committee released a different ver
sion of the "kidnap" attempt. This
revealed that it was an all-Ameri
can battle between two teams of
U.S. operatives. Each ide thought
uie ouier was a eans or n
The subcommittee sola there
were Russian agents present, all
right, presumably enjoying a bel.
ly laugh at tha whole spectacle.
Reporters inauired how the Tn.
tenia! Security subcommittee came
to put out the first sensaional ac
count of the "kidnaping" only to
have to straighten out the record
a snort while later. t.,
Subcommittee aides, who did not
wisn to be quoted by name, gave
this explanation: ; :
Pirogov testified at a public sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee hearing last Wednesday
on the ''redefection'V to Russia of
soviet pilot Anatoly Barzov, who
iiea lo.uie west wnn him in 1949
Barxov since has been reported ex executed
ecuted executed by. Sovief authorities.,. ,(
The-hearing was recessed before
questioning of Pirisov was com.
pleted because Sen. John Marshall
Butler (R-Md.), who presided, had
The hearing' was resumed, with
out announcement, later that day
ana no. reporters were present
During questioning, Pirigov told his
nalr-raising story about the "at "attempt"
tempt" "attempt" to kidnan him in the hall-
way or the Three Musketeers re restaurant,'
staurant,' restaurant,' where he went to meet1
Pirigov said he still doesn't un understand
derstand understand what actually happened,
but a fight developed between
some strangers and U.S., agents
who were his "friends."
The "friends" routed the strang strangers,
ers, strangers, he testified. -,
The subcommittee on Friday
made public Pirigov's testimony at
tha closed session in order to "put
out tne nets as it finds them." .:
Meanwhile, it did some checking
as a rouow up to rerogov's story.
It discovered the "strangers" in.
volved in the fight actually were
oiner V.b. government agents who
had gone to the cafe to arrest Bar
The subcommittee did not iden
tify either U.S. agency except, to
say that the FBI was not involved.
Washington observers speculated
that the Central Intelligence Agen
cy except to say that the FBI was
Washington observers speculated
that the Central Intelligence Agen
cy and the Immigration and Na Naturalization
turalization Naturalization Service were the two
PANAMA, R. P, MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1958
Off Florida Coast
MIAMI. June 18 (UP) A Naw
hurricane hunter Diane flew into
tne teeth of a "well defined east easterly
erly easterly wave" today to determine
whether its 45 mph winds were
developing into the season's first
big tropical storm.
The weather bureau here re reported
ported reported that the band of show showers
ers showers was drifting across the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic about 500 miles east of
West Palm Beach, Fla.
A hurricane hunter from the
Jacksonville Naval air station
fie through the wind-lashed
area to determine whether the
line of squads has developed the
circulatory movement of winds
that define a tropical storm.
The weather bureau said It
would take several hours for the
Navy plane to collect enough
data so that an accurate report
on its intensity and character characteristics
istics characteristics could be nrenared. v
The line was drifting slowly
westward, the bureau said.
Salesman Takes Oil
On NY-LA Round
Trip For 501 Bel
: NEW YORK. June 18 (UP) -A
Richmond. Va auto Salesman, and
his wife started off today on a
grueling auto tour of the United
States today to win a 50-cent bet
and establish an official record.
Tom and Lucy Clark left New
York in their family car, a French
Renault, at 12 noon and will drive
continuously for the next five days
except for 10-minute rest and re
fueling stops. They expect to toucn
Los Angeles and be back here at
home base at 9 a.m. next Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. They hope to cover 5,T5p miles
In less than 120 hours. r.
Clark, 32, set the Los Angeles Angeles-New
New Angeles-New York auto record of 64 hours
and fourteen minutes last May.
When he got back to his job in
Richmond, a fellow member of the
Virginia Motor Sport Club, Frank
Donlavey, bet him 50 cents he
wouldn't attempt a round-trip New
York-Los Angeles run. i; r
Wnhnriv fin ever attempted
continuous trip of that kind for the
record, I bad it in the oacK oi my
mind anyway," said the slender,
well tanned Clark who learned
to drive at the age of eight in his
home town, Detroit. "I suggested
it to my wife and she was enthu enthusiastic,
siastic, enthusiastic, so.! took Donlavey up on
Clark said it would cost him a a-bout
bout a-bout $450 out of his own pocket to
n tha hall-QOUar Dei. must ui
that amount will go to the Nation
al Association for siocs-ar auiu
R.nimr Inc. for sanctioning fees
nr n official recording of the
Father's Day Gift
Of 7-Pound Infant
Delivered By Papa
Schull Opens Paraiso H.S.
Teachers. students, and thel Th
community at large can be proud 'genwal "KSS ftrlKito
of the accomplishments of th:in tsi. ., u..n ji .v.. i.
to?r?EKC h11?1 Stem ln great 8sset- Another benefit will
te Lai zn5, during the past be the library where we ate now
two years, acting Gov. H. W. Mthered- HhrnrhiffK
Schull. Jr. told an audience at
me dedication of the new Parai
so High School, v :V
. Dedication services for the
new school plant were belrt In
the library of the new school
building; Saturday with top
officials of the Canal organi organisation
sation organisation and community leaders
Keys to the hieb. schonJ Wr
presented to Ellis L Fwrtt
principal, by Schull at the ton-'
elusion of his address. r
Scnull said the mndrn nlont
and community library located
n uie Dunomg is "unqualified
evidence of nropresR whirh kic
been achieved in the Canal Zone
throueh these 50 vear in nm.
viumg- wuiy adequate laclllues
vt meet tne needs of lts employ employes
es employes and residents.
I am conldent.', ha said.
both the school and the commu-i
rrny as a wnoie.
"As we dedicate this school, I
woum urge mat we also dedi-
cate ourselves to carrying into
the home through, the stu students,
dents, students, through the staff, and
through the community leaders
the message taht education
embraces the entire span of
one s me ana tnat this library
awaits those who recognize that
ing never ceases -1
Schufl called special attention
to the contribution of the teach teaching
ing teaching Istaff to the community.
"Like any Imnortant vwnrt :
teaching, we know requires de
votion ana. sacnnce.i want you
teachers to know that you have
our support and our recognition
of your accomplishments." -In
concludinc Schull said that
continued progress Is vital ln the
do the two most .Important
things which can be expected of
a school; preparing the student
w make Hving and preparini
him for life. 9
The new Pacific side Latin
Amer'can high school which
was dedicated Saturday Is one
of the most modern facilities
in the Canal Zone school ays.
tern. The building was com-"
pleted and occupied early this
month. ; .(,.. I
Schull was introdurM tn t,
audience in the library bv SimiM
E. Esser. Sunerintendent nf
Schools. : v.
The nroeram was onenpri Hfh'
an Invocation by the Rev. Leo
Campbell. c.M.. of sr. Marv.
Mission. This was followed by
two numbers by the Paraiso high
school chorus led by Robert, C.
Joseph; The chorus' also eava
two vocal numbers at the con-x
elusion of the Impressive pro program.
gram. program. -ij ;
Formal acceptance 4 of the
"that the V teaching 'tov lSooi "T" iwcett.
1 j vau w uivuaio bur; win r -vrn arnaKiatf wm
schools have reached the hiah. 4t -i . T c,om.mu
4. J. j. I .
cat, ucgere oi neveiopmenx, we
can gratefully recognize that the
curriculum and the intellectual
classrooms will further the sue
cess already achieved, hv th
Lun American school system.
-nis scnooi will provide to today's
day's today's students with opportoni opportoni-tfcs
tfcs opportoni-tfcs far better than Were their
parents' chances when they
were teenagers. '
procedures are well developed to
The nroeram vis fimwl v
the benediction pronounced by
the: Rev. Davlrf a nnrn. r
I St.. Alban's Episcopal church.
ocnoois: una l.. fivu nrininoi nf k. ul.u. i i. m ----- K-"'iucm)
Paralso Civlc Council and' thV r7v tV.,UU1' wyfU Aiaaie vlce Prident of
DETROIT. June 18 rUP TV
State committee of the Socialist
Workers Party has nominated Mrs.
Rita Shaw, Detroit, as the party's
candidate lor governor.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., June 18
(UP) t-A 39-year old industrial
engineer delivered his own father's
day gift yesterdaya baby girl.
Philip Chaplain was taking his
wife in a Boston hosoital from
their North End home Sunday
morning, when she told him that
there wouldn't be time to make be
Passing through Somerville,
Ma.. Chanlain nicked up a police
man and asked him to drive.- A Ut
ile later Chaplain delivered nis
baby daughter in the rear of the
r M Ktimited her weieht at
LONDON.- June 18 fUPi The .n nmnwla.
official Soviet news agency Tass -.Moher and daughter were tak-1
said yesterday Russia will show its' en to Massachusetts Memorial hos hos-"latest
"latest hos-"latest and best" warolanes to nital where both were reported
Gen. Nathan Twining and other "doing fHe.""-y"-;r
foreign visitors at the air, s ho wi Chaplain, who has a two-year-old
scheduled in Moscow next week, 'son, said the delivery was a natu-
iass sua mass lormauons a ral one and ne wasn t tne least
"heavy jet bombers and test mod- bu nervous." Chaplain claims
Twining To View
Latest And Best
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. BY POPULAR DEMAND!
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els of new Soviet jet fighters
will take part in the show.
: The heavy bombers are expect
ed to include the Bison,. plane
comparable to America's B 52
which has been a feature of recent
Soviet air shows. The new fighters
may include some of the rocket in.
terceptors which the Russians are
said to have developed.
that the policeman was more ner
vous than anyone else in the car.
Tito To Visit Red
Romania En Route
Home From Russia
VF7 Annus! Parade
Subject Of Debate
BELGRADE, Yugoslavia, June
(UP) Yugoslav President Ti Ti-will
will Ti-will visit Communist Romania
on his way home from Russia: it
was announced yesterday. The an announcement
nouncement announcement said Titu was invited
by the Presiduum of Romania's
18 Grand National Assembly and Min-
HARTFORD. Conn..: Jun
(UP) The Connecticut Veterans isterial Council
oi r oreien wars nlan tn tnpnH rnn.
Mrs: Shaw, a waitress, said she of Foreign Wars plan to psned con con-planned
planned con-planned to oppose both major par-siderable time at their convention
ties on grounds they were unable today debating a resolution rein rein-to
to rein-to solve the problems on "unem.t stating their annual parade. The
ployment. Jim Crow and the witch parade was eanf-ellnt thi. van
humV', i to allow more time for business. 1
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