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IS HIGH SPIRITS Mrs. Eisenhower to all smiles as she
leaves the President's bedside for the first time since his ill-
ness to attend church services in the chapel at Walter Reed,
v Hospital in Washington.
VISIT IKE ON FATHERS' DAY MaJ John Eisenhower and
' hirfamilv make a Fathers' Day visit to President Eisenhower .;
ai wauer Reed Hospital in Washington. Left to rightDavid.
a- Mrs. John Eisenhower; Susan, ;4; Barbara Anne, 7-, and
- Mai. John Elsenhower, holding Jean, six months old., t
Of Ikcs AHocnt
WASHINGTON, June 19 (UP)
President Eisenhower under undertook
took undertook light schedu e of otlicial
r.iehfs sleep that further ad advanced
vanced advanced his'satistactoryt. prog prog-resa
resa prog-resa tovard recovery.. v
hi.llfttln issued hy
Reed Army hospital said the
ronvaltecing President's "splrlU
and moraie mo ius
white House press., secretary
James C. Hagerty promised
.,cipn that he would ask the
President's doctors again about
the twssiDiiity oi a reeu".v
i 5 Eisenhowers relatively
tinconurion aUment, diagnosed
as iliei-ls, an inllammauon
tum ina.pr amall intestine. ;
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Hagerty roaae me piwf
after ite was pressed oy report reporters
ers reporters yesterday for comment on
vublished report sthat the re recurrence
currence recurrence possibility is greater
than 'Mr. Eisenhower'a aoctoraHhft ftncosite direction- at. Coal
pave previously iuuicbk.
Hageity added that he" "re "re-tents
tents "re-tents very much" any Implica Implication
tion Implication that he has been trying to
conceal information. f ,?,.
ALGIERS. June 19 (UP) A
' French guillotine's knife crash-!
ed down twice today on the
necks of two Nationalist rebels
and reoorts swept Alders that
at least 38 more would be be beheaded
headed beheaded within a few days.
It was the first time Insurg Insurgents
ents Insurgents have been executed since
the rebellion started 19 months
ago, though more than 200 are
under sentence of death.
But after balking for months
the French government was re reported
ported reported ready to start carrying
out capital sentences Imposed by
Ovners 01 Freighter
D:ms;:d In Cut
Su3 For$172fC:D ;
The Panama Canal Company
is beim sued for $172,000 by
owners of the Liberian snip Ma
rlposa which was involved in an
accident in tne Canal last year,
This brines the total suits
pending against the Canal in
local and State scourts for dam
ages, tolls and back-pay claims
to over $30,000,000.
Owners of the Mariposa, Ma Ma-rlblanci
rlblanci Ma-rlblanci Navezacion, S. A. of
Panama claim that because of
the pilot's orders, the 476-foot
ship was brought too dose to
the banK, causing the bottom ot
the shin to he ripped open,
They also content it was negli negligence,
gence, negligence, incompetence and Inat Inattention
tention Inattention on the part of the Pan
ama Canal pilot aboard the Ma
, nposa which contributed to the
The accident occurred, after
the Mariposa, transiting north northbound,
bound, northbound, passed another ship in
Hoist bend in Gaillard Cut She
was cairylng a heavy load, oi
lumber at the time, and the
Balboa dry-dock was opened af after
ter after ha v.ng been inactivated for
five years, in order to effect re repairs
pairs repairs or the ship. The Canal
waived the usual $25,000 fee for
opening the drydock.
Attorneys for the ship's own owner,
er, owner, are Woodrow de Castro of
the local firm of Van Siclen,
Ramirez and De Castro, and Ed Edwin
win Edwin Longhope of Hill, Betts, and
Nash of New York. 'r
The Canal Company has until
July 8 to answer the libeL 4
WIDNESDAY, JUNI 20
HIGH ,: tOW
1:39 :m ,, 7:36 a.m.
1:52 pm. $.12 b.m
"'Let the people
A pre-trial conference to nar
row down the issues In the Ca
nal Zone pilots' suit whlca seeks
to recover over $2,000,000, will
be held tomorrow morning In
the U.S. District Court at the
request, of Judge Guthrie T
Crowe..' .. 'v
The trial,' which la scheduled
for July 9 is being watchrd
closely by the pilots wno ex
pect the decision to have a iar-
reacnmft eiiect on tneir iuiure.
. One of the main Issaes in
volved k consideration of
what is due to the pilots under
the pay rates and practices in.
the maritime induntrv.
The, court here already ruled
earlier on Jan. 12, of 1953 that'
section 2028 of the Classification
Act of 1949 was applicable to the
- They are sulnf for an aver
ace of about $28,250 each fur
basic yay, overtime, holiday,,
nlfht differential and travel
par which they cla'm la due
them since Inly 1. 195L
The pilots attorneys in the
case are Charles Ramires of the
local law, fink of Van Siclen,
Ramirez and De Castro, and
William & Tyson of Washlne
ton.. One hundred canal pilots
are piainuiis an tne suit.
Tyson arrived on the Isthmus
yesterday in order to attend the
pre-trial conference tomorrow
It is being held at the request
of the Judge and will be an at attempt
tempt attempt to help shorten the afifual
trial by eliminating ,siit"''iiij
remaVher. Wth. tria(
Level During May
Ocean eolhv commercial traf
fic through the Panama Canal
continued at a high level during
the month of May with 703 tran transits.
sits. transits. This fleur. was onlv nine
less than' the month of March,
which was the second, highest in
we mstory or the canal.
Last month's total in commer
cial traffic exceeded the April
commercial traffic figures by 11
and was five over tjie figure for
During- the month there were
35 transits by U.S. government
ocean-going vessels, making a
total of 728 transits In May by
- Tolls on shipping for May t t-mounted
mounted t-mounted to $3,331,175, of which
$115389 was in tolls credits for
tne Government shipping.
Both traffic and toll- in fir
this fiscal year are ahead of the
previous fiscal year figures
Commercial transit- in the first
11 montns or tms fiscal year
were 7,535 as comnared with i
344 in the same period of the
previous year. .;'. v
Toils and tolls credit- this
year amount to $34,368,474 as
compared with $32,175,248 dur.
Ing the first u months of the
lastnscai year.,; y.Jy---''
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Canal Seeks 0;js
To Rernove Tower
Bids are now helnr oiirii h
the Canal Zone government for the
removal of the control tower from
tne civil Affairs bui dine on Gail
lard Highway and for additions to
the gymnasiums at Aneon and Pa
raiso. The bids will be ooened the
morning of June 25 in the Ad mi id
istratinn Bullrilnv at Ralhnalitill investicatinv th a-ririntal
The work at the Civil Affair-
building will consist esentlally of1
me removal ot tne existing control t i 'oav. oui were were oniy scauereu
tower and the re-roofing of the They said today that an autopxyirepcrts of frost damage to crops,
third floor roof deck, v" : Jreport on the 25-year-old woman, ; At Monpelier,?Vt.. where Just
The control tower wss part of Muriel Scott, indicates thst she, five days ago the mercury hit a
the original building wheh was eon-, died of a fractured skull believed new record of 92 for June 14, the
structed several years ago and
tirst used as tne canal zone Airistrument. -a
Terminal The building has been'
occupied by the Canal Zone Gov
ernment units since air facilities
were moved to Tocumen Nations
The additions planned for the An Aneon
eon Aneon and Paraiso Gymnarums eal
for the construction of a foile
building at the Ancoa Gymnasium
and a toilet and shower building
lor the Jr araiso bymnasium.
hum the trmlk end the
PANAMA. R. P TUESDAY, JUNE It. 1951
Tommies Close In
On Terrorist Chief
NICOSIA, June 19' (UP) British paratroops and
Marines dogged the heels of a Cypriot guerrilla leader
today in belief he was tiring from an exhausting chare
through the forested Toodos mountains.
' British authorities believed they still had the rebel
chieftain, "Gen." George Crivas, 58, caught inside a cordon
of 2000 soldiers despite a Cipriot-set fire which killed 19
One report said Grivas had to be carried piggyback
over some of the rugged terrain? in the 100 degree heat.
Twice he' has been flushed out of hiding only to escape
British security forces through
out the island anticipated violent
reprisals today for death sentences
meted out to two young pro-ureei
They said there was a likelihood
of a repeat of disturbances which
swept the island earlier this year
when two Cypriots were executed
by the British.
At that time the Cypriots pro proclaimed
claimed proclaimed they had executed two
British soldiers in reprisal. This
could not be confirmed by the Brit British.
ish. British. ;:-' '!-.-"A':--:
The hew death sentences were
decreed for Michsel Koutsoftas and
Andreaa Panaehides. both ZZ, lor
shooting a Royal Air Force cor corporal
poral corporal last month. Paraskevas Hiro-
pouilis, 18, was sentenced 10 uic
as an accomplice.
Nicosia already was vnder"wi-Mo-sunris
of the Saturday night -bembin
which killed U. f.viee eenwl
William BoUUr and inlured thro
a British army eanteea and two
at British military patrols. There
were no injuries or damages.
Another bomb was inrown
security forces in Limassol without
causing any damage or casualties.
Britain today instructed its Wasn Wasn-inrton
inrton Wasn-inrton embassy to express to the
United States its "deep ihocK oyer
the "assassmauon': soieiei- i
The Foreign Office saia mm ur
u .ir h hn told to CX-
press sympathy to Boteler's rela-
TipokMniM stid the embassy's
instructions were to express offi officially
cially officially Britain's "deep shock at the
tnimnw June 18 (UP)
Britain has drawn up plans tor
. n-w rrvnrus constitution tnat
would grant a liberal measure
of seil-governmen. o mo
llous Island, it was reported to today
day today ,
tvi. nw nlan to restore" neace
on Cyprus was worked out in
n-sntiatlona between Prime
Minister Sir Anthony Eden and;
Cyprus Gov. Sir John Harding
who came nere ior a Jw
ami reuiauiEu lower companies. t
Talks between Britain and,. Both ,Bfir- tlM( ymVngt.
Archbishop Makarlos, leader ot tewi $htf A Tub r kinwn (-
tne -union wn ureece mure
ment on Cyprus, brOK 'dow
earlier thU year over a Cyprus
constitution, touching off new
waves of anti-British violence
on Cyprus. Makarlos was exiled
to tne seychelie islands.
Acci;:rJ:l Hzi !h
On Deliver Highvhy
Canal Zone Police today were
Ideath of a Panamanian woman
who was found unconscious on the
Bolivar Highway last week.
to have been caused by a blunt in-
Police are looking for anyone
who has any knowledge of the
woman's whereabouts thst night
or who had any information con
cerning her relatives.
They believe the woman mav
have i en tut of s caro nto the
highway She was picked up by a
passeroy ana rushed to the nospi
UL but died shortly afterwards.
country is $efe Uhrmhmt Lincoln,
rf t-i rv rv r-
-a w uuuvy
assassination of the U. S. vice
consul in Cyprus snd at the wound
ing of other American citizens by
WHERE AMERICAN VICE CONSUL DIED Ma).. Ellison
(right): inspecu the damage in the Little Soho restaurant in
Nicosia, Cyprus, where American Vice Consul William Boteler
was killed and two other Americans wounded when Cypriot
; extremists tossed a bomb into the establishment.
USW Sets Sights On Smaller
Firms To Break Solid Front
NEW YORK, June 19 (UP)-The
United fiteelworkera Union, armed
with a strike authorization, today
aimed its big guns against some of
the'iteel industry's smaller compa companies
nies companies in an effort to break a solid
Union negotiators will begin bar bargaining
gaining bargaining individually with some 11
companies this afternoon in aa ef effort
fort effort to score a bieakthrough on
what appears to be solid a man
agement front for a long-term con
So far the union has only nego-
producers but these talks have
bogged down m key conract is
sues. The union now hopes to score
, breakthrough with one of eight
, kt pnpur ta tobmU tha unien
ftr .antraet propataU similar
( u f,ri1( bv tha "ilg
Industryo bservers said the
nion's effort to breach the indus
try's united front will fail.
- The battle-lines between union
and industry negotiators seeking to
Crcps Survive As
Hits New England
BOSTON, June 1 i UP) Tem-
oeiatures sank to near freezing in
Prts of northern New England to
temperature dropped to 33 this
The thermometer reao aa de degrees
grees degrees at Burlington, Vt, one de degree
gree degree above the all-time low set in
1946. Old Town. Me., had a low of
35 and the temperature went down
to S7 at Coiicord, N.H.
state agriculture men said .re
ports of frost damage were confin
ed to low areas, mere were no
reports of frost damage in MSsia
SLAIN ON CYPRUS Amer American
ican American Vice Consul William Bote Bote-ler
ler Bote-ler (above) was killed when
Cypriot extremists tossed a
bomb into the Little Soho re restaurant
staurant restaurant in Nicosia, Cyprus.
write a new contract for 650,000
steelworkers have been drawn up
iii i i ; ,r
no neiwer siae snowea any incu.
nation to yield. ;a.
The companies have offered the
union a five-year no-strike contract
calling for a package increase of
more than 65 cents an hour. The
industry said its offer was "sub "substantial,
stantial, "substantial, fair and defenseive."
The union termed the proposal
"snocungiy inadequate. ;
Both sides have issued ultima
hints which could snag tha nego negotiations
tiations negotiations and prevent the writing of
a new contract before the present
one expires a midnight on June
Riding On liizmh
Brings Fine Oi $10
A man who hit a youna bicyclist
in the face because the boy was I
riding on the sidewalk in Psraiso
and threatening the safety of pe pedestrians,
destrians, pedestrians, today was fined $10 for
battery by Balboa Magistrate John
The incident developed .last
Thursday when a teen-ager, Adolio
JHeaoua. Jr.. and a friend were
riding their bicycles along the en.
trance of. Paraiso. ; r;, ; ;
The defendant. Charles E. Geii-
ald, was taking a walk iwth his
two young sons on the sidewalk.
He claimed that the bicyclists were
endangering their safety and af
ter arguing with Bedolla, hit him
in tne lace
Although the Judge said he could
understand the man's concern, and
ne felt it was justified in a way. he
also said that Gerald had no right
to strike the boy. despite provocation.',-.
When the bicyclist's father wss
called to the stand he said he a a-greed
greed a-greed with the court's explanation,
"I leave it up to you Judge what
"Naturally," replied the Magis Magistrate
trate Magistrate amid chuckles from spec
tators. Then he fined the 48-year-
old detendant 110.
A radiogram exDressina
the Canal Zone a coroial welcome to Gov. W. E. Potter
ancf his iamily has been sent by acting gorej-nor H.
Schull, Jr., to the ship on which they are comina to frte
Isthmus 7: f ;vv!,; i::,'- ;,. ,;, 1
The Governor and Mrs. Potter, with their two daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, Misses Suson Ruth and Jo Ann, are scheduled to SJ SJ-rive
rive SJ-rive in Cristobal early tomorrow afternoon aboard the PoS PoS-amd
amd PoS-amd liner Crist6bal. The ship $ scheduled to dock ot
o'clock irr the afternoon. t ; -:
The Canal's hew. Chief Executive will be greeted -it
shipside by the acting governor and Mrs. Schull who will
go to the Atlantic side by special Panama Railroad motor
car. ... n
, i Other Pacific side residents who will meet them tfill
be Unifed States Ambassador to Panama and Mrs. Julian
Fiske Harrington, and several members of the Governor's
staff and their wives, v' -J i
Upon leaving the sh!pt Potter days here late last month after
will be met by an honor guard taking oath of offic In Wash,
consisting of a detachment of 22,ingtpn,'this will be the first vis.
members of the canaVZone po-lit. to; the Isthmus by members of
ike. ."-.v.- his family. t V
A brief program of worts, will, -. ;";-C i
b rtr"'''p(l at pier f T the' Thr; ') -tr'e lived ft '
A tlm.il", l,y tne Eain-ifour
bow a City-High School band as
the Vessel comes alongside the
pier and the Governor debarks.
Tne party from the Pacwle
side WU return soon, after the
vessel is docked, leaving at
2:25 p.m. The motor car will
arrive at the Balboa Heights
Railroad station at 3:45 p.m.
An honor guard of 33 Canal
Zone Policemen from tr Paci
fic side win be at the station to
After tne brief welcoming cer
emonies, there, he and his fami
ly win be given a motorcycle es es-cort
cort es-cort to the residence.
Canal employes whose du duties
ties duties permit and other residents
of the Isthmus are welcome
to be at the pier or upon the
arrival of Potter and his fami family
ly family at the Balboa Heights sta station.
tion. station. .;,- V-
Although Potter spent four'year. ,
- ; i in
f :" t.t t t
PRESIDENT-ELECT and Mrs. Ernesto de la Guardla, Jr., steJt
off a plane at Tocumen after pending a two-week vacation in
the U.S. following his election. De la Guardla told the large.;
crowd which greeted him last night at the airport that all of
the votes with which he won over his rival, Victor P. Goytial',
cannot be attributed to fraud "unless we are a nation of,
, morons." ; -.
i its corn
in behalf of oir rirlenrt'-f
vears ia Omaha, cuia .x
where potter has been on dutj
as Division Engineer of the V.&
Army Corps of Engineers', Mis
sour,l River Division, f& i
Citizenship Day z
WASHINGTON, June 19 (Uf)
President Eisenhower yester-
day proclaimed Monday, Sept. 21
as Citizenship Day.. He urged' a JJ
Americans to fly flags on the-oo
casion. ; - f-.
Citizenship Day common common-rates
rates common-rates the signing of the Coratl-
tutlon on Sept.
17, 1S87, and ree-
ognlzes all citizens who ha?e
come of age and all who have
been naturallz-d Hurlnv tha
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THE MAIL BOX
T am wrttinc this note
superior officers over certain gate MPs will see it. It seems
that Amador, Curundu and Kobbe nave the most respectful
and courteous MPs at the gates.
But thoss at Clayton and Corozal seem to carry chips on
their shoulders and have no respect for an officer's wife at all.
Don't they realize our husbands came up through the ranks
and deserve a little respect? All they seem to be interested in
is looking to see if we, carry our driver's license.
Silly boy. You can bet your boots-most of us wouidn t live
en an Army Post if we were back in the States. Then we
wouldn't have to put up with their impudence.
Observer and USCA member
free-loader tagged correctly. With the coming retrenchments
In Government operations many are going to be hurt and these
two classes will be the first to holler and say "why doesn't
somebody do something?" But yet neither will contribute three
cents per day towards a yearly membership in the USCA or a
nickel or dime per day membership In a good union. f
These people should remember that "God helps those who
Vl thamcalvn" am4 thAW ihmiM Tint, fnrt.tl a lit. tip ef fort to
UVJUOV.TVW Mill. KUVJ W.VU'W fL w-
help themselves. It costs plenty to keep lobbyists in Washing-1.
ton and both the labor organizations and USCA can use fin
ancial help so that they can get things done. i'
My advise to free-riders and free-loaders Is when you start
to gripe about somebody not doing something, ask yourself what
you have done to help the cause,
r. Another USCA Member
and Union Supporter
The thousands nf televilson
by the buzzing and talking which is interfering with television
reception might be Interested In knowing that the current cause
of this interference Is the Civil Aeronautics Administration who
operate the Foreign Aeronautcal Communication Station Iden Identified
tified Identified as Panama Radio. Phone Balboa 2-3376.
Interference to assigned radio frequencies in the United
States is closely policed by the Federal Communications Com Commission.
mission. Commission. Unfortunately they have no jurisdiction over the Canal
Zone. Even more unfortunate Is the fact that the policing or organization
ganization organization in the Canal Zone Is the Director of Communica Communications,
tions, Communications, Caribbean Command, Quarry Heights. Phone 82-4160.
AUSTRALIAN PEN FRIEND
I am an Australian wanting pen friends in Panama who
are interested in exchanging stamps with me.
A. S. Jolly,
. t .15 Wyralla Ave.,
' Epping1, N.S.W.,
19th President's Wife
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SLl!ffi.den Affirmative-SLl!ffi.den Webb
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3 Prison room
4 Old Eli
7 Puff up
17 Poser stake
' 18 Feminine
22 On her-,
18 Negative word
21 Unit of
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34 Contest of
US Head (slang)
1 17 Wild plum
j 88 Malt drinks
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1 82 Female deer
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be hnaatieRt fe deesa't phs'
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In the hope that some of the
both have the free-rider and
viewers who are beine anhoved
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By VICTOR RIESEL
This report Is inspired as much
by my sensitive stomach as by
me instincts wo ten move any
What motivates this Is my nobby
-watching the merger of some of
me nations most important unions,
especially the unions which handle
tne meat you eat. Thev are now
uniting into one me outfit some
nan a million strong. There arc
some mighty decent fellows in this
newest infant behemoth but there
is also a network of men whose
hands may be clean while cutting
up and processing carcasses, but
which are as politically dirty as
they can get. Now, considering the
fact that this union, which is a
merger of other mergers, works
on the raw food eaten by fifty or
sixty million Americans, this is
someuung to watcn.
Let me trace an his ior you
and show you how a Communist
activist who worked with the under underworld
world underworld also worked with parts of
this big food union.
i irst let me report that, this week
in Cincinnati a union called the
Packinghouse Workers is putting
the finishing touches on a merger
with the Meatcutters is : the pro pro-Communist
Communist pro-Communist Fur Workers Union,
which they claim has been
-With the Packinghouse Workers
going in, this outfit will have over
500.000 members handling- every
thine from uncooked hot does to
prime cuts .they serve up in New
York restaurants ot $15 per cut,
Moving into this sirloin slinging
1 ,'1' .1
combine w an affiliate of the Pack-
inahouse Workers known as the
Armour Tical 347 in Chicago, the
biggest local in the Packinghouse
woricers. -.v-..--' .?.
The president of this local, which
has blasted our government but
not the boviets is a chap by the
name, of Leon Beverly. -According
to Congressional testimony, Brother
Beverly has had contact with one
Irving Charles Velson who has
been charged by government in investigators
vestigators investigators and witnesses "with
being a Soviet agent. Velson has
also worked with underworld ele
ments on the New York water waterfront.
front. waterfront. He has been subpoenaed by
the Senate subcommittee on In Internal
ternal Internal Security to, testify in New
York this week. :
But. for the moment, let me
get back to Brother Beverly.
A witness swore before a Con
gressional committee that Beverly
was a member of the Communist
Party and that the Party named
the officers of this powerful food
union. This witness in September,
1952, also swore that the local,
which has scurrilously attacked
the FBI and other government
agencies, was headed by men who
took orders from Gil Green, the
boss of the Illinois Communist
The direct Question put to Bev
erly by the counsel to the Con Congressional
gressional Congressional committee was:
It was testified here this morn
ing by Roy' Thompson, that you come! home to change linen. The
were a member of Group Four ofiway that man travels, I'm not
the Communist Party, which was
an organization or cell of the com
munist Party within Local 347, was
that testimony true or false?"
Union president Beverly
snapped i back: "I refuse to an answer
swer answer that question under my priv
ilege under the Fifth Amend
The Beverly took the Fifth on
questions involving payment of
t 1 A. ... it- It 1 AI
luuus a.o .oiueuuug caucu me
American Committee, to' Survey
Trade Union Conditions in Europe
a nro-Communist front whose func
tlon was to get U.S. workers into
Russia so- they could be brain
washed and "return as Soviet prop propagandists
agandists propagandists in the U.S. r
This committee, which 1 was as
phony as the New Russian lullaby,
was headed by the Irving Charles
Velson," whom I mentioned above.
It was one of his assignments to
get American workers to Moscow.
He did pretty well and. many oft, t Shirley Yamaguchi's Broad Broad-these
these Broad-these "visitors", were put on the,way christening included another
Russian radio to tell the' world
what the frigid paradise was like.
Velson did very well, with the
help of men such as Beverly. Vel Velson
son Velson then went on to more exciting
duties, such as, working for Harry
Bridges on the east coast docks.
, Here Velson worked with under underworld
world underworld forces, as will be established
this month before a Senate Com Committee.
mittee. Committee. Now we find that Beverly and his
pro-Communist union are moving
with the Packinghouse Workers
into the big meat workers' com
bine. Nobody seems to mmd.
But now you know why my
stomach is so sensitive.'
IT GOES TO HIS HEAD
Tattoo artist Roland Smith ot
Detroit, Mich., shows oft a
choice bit of bis handiwork. A
rabid fan of radio star Bud
Guest, Smith shaved bis bead
, and tattooed Guest's name on
his hairless dome.
. -ft a. I
Ii iii ii n immmmpim mfe mm wm
m i ia a la i ....
"Fellow squirrelheads," Bob Hope
greeted the White House Photog Photographers
raphers Photographers Association at their an
nual dinner. And from then on it
was a laugh every 10 seconds.
Hooe exDlamed that he was sup
posed to get something for being
master ot ceremonies- ior this
show. He thought they'd put it in
the foreign aid bill. -But
he admitted it was a job to
get laughs in Washington. There
were so many laughs here al already.,
ready., already., Adlai and Estes had each
other to laugh at. I
1 Hope said the dinner this was
the one at which President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower was guest of honor the
night before he became ill was
the sixth he had m.ceed. J ,
Two of them were before Hoo Hoo-velt,
velt, Hoo-velt, two before Truman, and now
two before Eisenhower."
He said: "I've seen more peo people
ple people come and go than Arthur Godfrey.'!-'
Hodb said he had met KefaUver
at the airport coming in. "He had
sure whether he wants to be pres
ident or secretary of state. 1
"Dulles' saucer landed at six."
Hope commented in explaining
now me secretary oi siaie aiso
happened to be at the dinner.
"He's an old friend of. mine,"
said Hope. "He always looks me
up when ne J visits America."
The plane which carried Hope
"Shangri-La" which snail'd at
the- Winter Garden has drea-i
Tin "1!"-, JtJ&l
ry 1st Act. We didn t wintess the.ien southern will draw the Madi- ter, the star, was signed for mov mov-2nd.
2nd. mov-2nd. . We Alice Ghostley gave it son Avenue 4-button-set and John- ies while appearing in his first and
some life witn numoer namca
I'm Just a Little Bit Confused"
brief affable moment. . Phil Sil
vers' Las Vegas booking cost
him 175.000 at the tables. He
will probably never recoup that
money even if booked solid
for life ... Showbiz names,
among the backers of "New
Faces" include Imogene Coca,
Robert Clary. Mary Pickford, S.
N. Behrman. Manie Sacks and
John Shubert . Jane Froman
and her Girl Friday parted .
Whosaid take The High Koaa?
Broadway smash-clicks "Pajama
Game" and "Damn Yankees"
didn't brea'u even in Buffalo and
Minneapolis . Thanks to Guess
WWho "Waiting for Godot"
closed with a small orofit
Cue mac aives the Copa s Roberta
Sherwood a rave nouce, too
Says she is 40 . Cue must mean
The Ntw Yorker mag for June
2nd has a cartoon (page 26) show
ing a couple in a South American
country wondering if their waiter
is Hitler ... It could be a coinci coincidencebut
dencebut coincidencebut the theme for it is on
page 38 of the "best-seller book.
"The Last tiurran wnicn me
mas roasted hard in its Feb. 11th
issue. It hated the book but loved
the idea for a cartoon ... It takes
Miss Monroe at least 30 minutes
to arrange her hair in that casual,
uncombed look . It wasn't in
the gazettes but Tony Martin had
a difficult time witn some Bir Birmingham
mingham Birmingham bigots, who resented the
bear-hug he gave Nat (King) Cole
on teevee recently, wnat Tony torn
them is not publish able. G o o d
Boi) :..The White Witch number
in "New Faces" (a torrid Jamai
can voodoo dance) Is performed
ny rranca uaiawin. anes tne
dghtr of John Baldwin, n oted
American painter, .who settled in
Florence, Italy, permanently. (for July) quotes Mel Ferrer, hus hus-'
' hus-' x 1 band of Audrey Hepburn: "She is
a completely natural human being
Birdland (the Met on era in an artificial world" . Her
House) will star Concert pianist
- They Just Fade Away
Hope Stars At Capital
V By PETER EDSON
from Los Angeles flew so high
fa. a w a
it had a nosebleed. He -observed
that the Great Smoky Mountains
now had filter tips.
But it was nice cominir 1 Into
Washington where be could see
the Navy s ships all lined up With
their guns pointing at the Air
Force. He thought the Army was
overdoing it though. All those
tanks tied up traffic.
"Oh for. the good old days," he
sighed, "when Hitler was the ene enemy."
my." enemy." Things were in such bad
shape now that, "General 'Twin
ing has to go to Russia to get
peace and quiet."
Even Adlai and Estes were
really feuding. A man out on the
west coast had his appendix out
the other day. The stitches that
sewed uif the Incision read,; "Win
with Kef auver. w '. ,'. X- '.; -."
n Adlai Stevenson has just bad his
shoes resoled. : f -r
Lyndon Johnson was being men mentioned
tioned mentioned for the presidency and
there hadnt been a Texan in the
White House since they admitted
us to the United States.
Harriman was an inactive can candidate.
didate. candidate. That meant be didn't want
it, but he would fight to the death
for his right to get it, ? ; j ;
- Hope said he learned all this
while studying to be a politician
for his next picture. He hadn't
left the Mayflower Hotel bar once.
i'Photographers,,, Hope ob observed,
served, observed, "are always asking for,
'One morel' Now the Republicans
Friedrich: Bulda next week. Surd
to attract-the long-hairistocracy.J
ny Smith-will bring in the hoop-
sister Ramona (mentioned in the
Billy Daniels Harlem shooting epi I
sode) is expected to cash in on the
notoriety as a thrush . Allen
and DeWood (a comedy team) are
booked into '57 without the help
of television. Never hern nn St .
Elliot Field, long with Gabe Heat Heat-ter,
ter, Heat-ter, will be a news specialist for a
Boston station. .' Just figured
out why Jayne Mansfield spells
her first tag that way. She's such
a very plyne girl. . Happiest
Fellas in town are the 180 odd
backers of "Most Happy Fella."
The hit is netting a weekly profit
of between 12 and 14 Gs at the
"12 Angry Men," starring Henry
Fonoa (now filmed in tha East),
may stir up a controversy on the
jury system.' It is -a hot issue in
legal circles. The author is Regi Reginald
nald Reginald Rose. He got the idea after 3
weeks of jury duty v . The Chi Chicago
cago Chicago troupe of ''No Time For Ser Sergeants"
geants" Sergeants" was hailed in Dallas
where the Times-Herald inspector
called it: "The No. 1 Knee-slap-per,'?
by heck . '. Jack Kirk Kirk-land's
land's Kirk-land's thrillodrama at the Cherry
Lane ("Man With the 'Goden
Arm") was saluted for its line
case. All are pros but only Fred Frederick
erick Frederick O'Neal was, known to the
aislemen .K- before "Arm" eame
along . .- Film scouts are recom recommended
mended recommended to the traffic Cop (Shield
1342) in Philly at Walnut and 21st
Pbilly Inquirer readers report he
is a ringer for Cary Grant. .
, Nothing Lasts Forever: Larry
rar&s just iosi nis oo oi masing masing-like
like masing-like Jolson to Norman rocks,
who got the role in "Best Things'
In Life Are Free." ;
The : Saturday Review's com
ment on popular Alistair Cooke of
tv's "OmniDus": "Mr. Cooke is a
kind of cultural head waiter." He's
one of our favorites . Redbook
secret for success; To work three
are doing the same thing
You better get along with
photographers," he cautioned.
staa alnH)4 U.I1 l.A... i 4U1
hypo too long,"
Hope recaUed that he once got
mto an argument with a photog-
rapher takme his picture for a
magazine cover. He wound up on coachman he would be a Demo Demo-Field
Field Demo-Field and Stream with a pheasant! rrat instead of chairman of the
in his mouth.
Then there was another photog
rapher he told about who was tak
ing a picture of a bathing beau-;
ty. suaaeniy mere was a loua
bang and glass all over the place.
"The flash bulb had worked aU
right, but the photographer's eyes
vnlnri.H Vi ....
Noting a 10x20-foot enlargement!,
tick's- grand-prire-winning picture
of r a simiiiii? ,. Jke, ,i Hope said,
"That's the, yay he looks when
he wins $4 at Burning Tree. -.
"The Democrats, think he plays
too much golf," Hope reported.
He explained it with, "They
haven't been so close to the green
for a long time."
But he said the President really
preferred painting to golf. "Few-
ier strokes. And when Adlai Ste
venson was shown one of Ike's re recent
cent recent paintings he had asked,
"Isn't it a little early in the cam campaign
paign campaign for smearing?"
"Democracy is wonderful,"
Hope concluded. "It lets me stand
up here and tell jokes about the
times harder than anyone else .
Never Give Up Kids: Burt Lancas-
only stage show ("Sound of Hunt
ing"), a phlop. . Barry Nelson
(he will play the lead in- London'sebraska."
-no rime ior &gw win oe me
only Hill-Biliy with 3 collitch de
grees . ; Radio rady, who wears
thirty lbs. of apparel in The Coli
seum's "Something Unique," mod
els Bikinis (pebkinees?) in tne at
Elizabeth Taylor's Beverly Hills
home ha-v a tree growing in the
parlor . Gary Cooper's 10 p.c
of the gross from '.'Vera Cruz"
was one million bux . Cosmo Cosmopolitan's
politan's Cosmopolitan's capsule comment on
Grace Kelly: "The" way every
woman thinks she'd look of only
she could afford a good hairdo"
i .The Rooster Route this summer
(along the East Coast) will have
over xuvu uieaues ,. ipb mipei mipei-fluous
fluous mipei-fluous adjective medal is here
.AAA .1 M.I. ..
with pinned on, Time's Lapel. It
described Anita Ekberg as "bos
omy." (Rilly?) Haven't you heard
Richard Hayman'js "Street of
Tears" recording? (Oh, you poor
thing!) "Sleep, Sleep, Daugh
ter" is a silky melody plus vel
vety poetry Then there s Ro
berta Sherwood's version of "You
Don't Have to Be a Baby to Cry"
. .Broadway Confucious: Big reo.
pie Never Fight With Little Peo
ple. Nothing Talks Back to unoc
ers Like success.
x sm V
ty DWaW PEAtlSOH
fciiHiitaw.' f j.Mli'imii
WASHINGTON The Dem-,tor Wickersham of Oklahoma, bs
ocratic Executive Committee.! introduced a bill that would give
which ought to be busy shooting the Array 10,700 acres in the V, n h h-at
at h-at its GOP enemy,- met in Chi- ita mountains wildlife refuge for
cago to shoot at itself-all in a row. expanding the artillery range at
over who is going to appoint 250, Fort Sill despite the fact that
doorkeepers and ushers at the Chi- the Army already has a 25-mila :
cago convention. : I range here that's more than
Hitherto, this has been the pre-, adequate for its biggest gun, the i
rogative of convention Sergeant- 280-mm cannon. f
at-Arms Leslie Biffle, who has: Congressman Wickersham is the .:
deep roots in the Democratic par-
ty. However, Chairman Paul But-
ler. a newcomer to the high eche echelons
lons echelons of democracy, wants to turn
this; over to the sheriff of Cook
County, Joseph Lohman, who was
appointed by Gov. Adlai Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson as chairman of the Illinois
Lohman is considered a fine
man. But because of his strong
ties to Stevenson he is under do-
.litical suspicion. Other Demos re recall
call recall how conventions have been
stampeded in the past by door doormen
men doormen who admitted hordes or un
authorized demonstrators to the
Hitherto, the Daces.- ushers and
doormen, totaling about 250, have
been picked by Biffle from col
lege students. But this time Chair
man Butler wants to have them
not only picked by Sheriff Loh Lohman
man Lohman but sworn in as deputies
with power to arrest visiting dele delegates.
The row over oases and ushers
climaxes rising resentment
against Chairman Butler by many
members of the Democratic Na
tional Committee. They complain
mat ne won t taice their phone
calls, that they have to talk to a
secretary, and they don't like the
Way Neaie Roach was permitted
to resign. Finally, Congressman
Clarence Cannon of Missouri, the
convention parliamentarian, is
irked because Butler is revising
the rules of parliamentary pro-
What the row Boils down to is
that Butler is a purist in politics.
Sincere, honest, hard-working, he
wants to run tne Democratic par
ty according to rule, not accord
ing to personalities. He doesn't
nava naeltitlanninv I jn Hall's
-Len HaU," says some Demo-
cratic bigwigs, "at heart is no
Republican. If he hadn't been born
the nn nf TwiH nu,e0vif
Republican National Committee.'
One of the most scorching ton
gues in Congress when he gets
aroused is that of mild-mannered
Mike Kirwan, Democrat of Ohio.
ICiruan laclijftrl Mtt tli. lhaT Anti
Tf.R nZZL ,..r vi'"r;Y,"'
a vrho had connistcmiv
l r i i-r
et5 n, iet of t.ic iiawun, I
yetwaiiied the government to put
un 13,500,000 for a governmen'1
transmission line : between Fort
Randall Dam and Grand Island,
in his own state of Nebraska, v
Congressman Kirwan has a long
memory. He recalled that seven
times in one day, May 2, 1951,
Miller and other Nebraska con congressmen,
gressmen, congressmen, all Republicans had
voted against public power in re recorded
corded recorded roll-call votes.-So he let
Miller have it.
"In these roll calls," reminded
the quick-thinking Democrat from
Ohio, ,"the members from Ne Nebraska
braska Nebraska Voted against public pow pow-r
r pow-r in the Northwest; they voted
against public power ia the South Southwest;
west; Southwest; they voted agains it in he
Souhest; and they voted against
it in the Missouri basin."
In spite of this anti-power rec record,
ord, record, Kirwan continued, Miller Was
now sore because Nebraska had
been denied a $5,500,000 transmis transmission
sion transmission line. . ,
"You," scorched the congress congressman
man congressman from Ohio, "wouldn't vote for
the second coming of Christ unless
you had assurances from God that
the only appearances he would
make would be in the state of
ARMY WANTS MORE LAND
Thnuffh Demnpratx tried tri stnn
ex-Interior Secretary "Ganerous!
Doug" McKay from opeaing up
the nation's wildlife refuges to the
oil companies, some Democrats
are now trying to give away a big
hunk of one refuge- to the Army.
My old friendCongressman Vic
1 frtrn etiet- ar-iff
"You mean this' is the first
champion real-estate man in Con- v
gress. having an uncanny instinct
for knowing where the government
is going to buy new property.
A similar bill has been intra
duced in the Senate by Oklahoma
Democrat Sen. Rob Kerr.
' When conservationists last year
protested against the Army's lat-
est attemped land 'grab on he
basis that 875,000 people visited
the Wichita mountains refuge in
18 5 5, Secretary McKay ruled
against the Army. However, the
Army then shrewdly announced
that it might pull out of Fort Sill.
As a result, the Oklahoma dele
gation in Congress introduced the
present legislation to overrule Mc-?
Kay -i though actually the Army
has invested far too much money
in Fort Sill even to consider mov mov-ing
ing mov-ing this important base. I
-Incidentally, W i cker
sham's claim that the Army wants
only fenced-off, nonrelational
land in the refuge just isn't so.
Actually, it's precisely the recrea
tional part of the refuge that the
Army is eyeing, the section which
outdoorsirien and Boy Scouts use
Miss Mabel Dove of the African
Gold Coast, only Negro congress-,
woman on the entire continent of
Africa, has been visiting various
Washington, social functions, in
eluding the elite Queen's birthday
garden party at the British em embassy
bassy embassy and a croquet tournament ;
with dignified Senator Duff of
The Gold Coast, in whose parlia parliament
ment parliament Miss Dove sits, is now un
der Great Britain but gets its in independence
dependence independence next year. She is visit
ing the U.S.A. under a law
authored by Senators Smith of
New Jersey and Mundt of South
Dakota setting aside a -certain,
amount of funds each year to per permit
mit permit key leaders of other nations
to visit this country.
In Washington, Miss Dove was
taken under the wing of Congress Congress-woman
woman Congress-woman Frances Bolton of Cleve
land, Ohio, who gave, a luncheon
for her and other lady members of
Congress, and later was escorted
to various social functions by
Mrs. Molly Thayer of the Wash Washington
ington Washington Post.
At the British em1iy carden
party, the wi'e of a
i .!' i
proi. ay jii.ca wis
Dove in an Lngbra accent ac acquired
quired acquired at an English college, "you
will have to talk to Mrs. Thayer."
Congresswomaa Dove is making
and extended tour of the U.S.A.
including Alabama where anti-Negro
sentiment reached a high pitch
during -the Montgomery bus boy
cott and the Autherine Lucy at
tempted admission to the Univer University
sity University of Alabama.
RIZLEY RESISTS :
Now that Chairman Ross : Rii Rii-ley
ley Rii-ley has left .the. Civil Aeronauticf
Board, it can be told how avia aviation
tion aviation publisher Wayne Parrish tried
unsuccessfully to influence him.
Parrish threw a gala banquet
for Rizley (o celebrate his appoint appointment
ment appointment as CAB chairman. A few
days later, the beaming Parrish
walked into Rizley's office and
began discussing a CAB case.
"I am going i to decide all
cases," Rizley interrupted firmly,
"on the oasis of the evidence."
Parrish's smile froze and. he
bowed out of the office.
. INSECT $TUDY
BERKELEY. Calif. J (UP)
How are insects able to shake off
poisons that were lethal 10 years
ago? The University of California
'i trying to find the answer to
this. Investigators hope tefind out
where an insecticide goes after an
insect contacts 'it The first -e-
'periments will be made with DDT.
time you've ever seen a
, :jne 19, 13X
TZZ PAXAM. AJJUUCA AN DfEFrTXBEXT EA!LY NTtTSPAPEB V
Senate Committee Restores Portion
Of Cuts 'Made;-In Foreign Aid Dill
Sen, 7,VDt !:!!:!'
The ONLY Tic n-Ilcp TllzhH to
COL. BOLIVAR G. ZCRITA P, director of the Instituto Oeo
grafico Mllitar of Ecuador, is currently the Inter American
Geodetic Survey. Zurita (left) is reviewing progress of the
collaborative mapping effort with Col. Robert R. Robertson,
director, LAGS. The government of Ecuador represented by
the LAGS, have consolidated scientific and technical skills
'available to each country for the compilation of accurate maps;
necessary for the expansion of the commercial and agricul agricultural
tural agricultural development of Ecuador. v (UJS. Army Photo)
EAST LANSING, Mich., June 19
(UP) A 29-year-old Michigan
State University freshman from
Hawaii, who was examined by a
psychiatrist a month ago,- stood
mute today on an "open charge
of murder" 1b the mallet slaying
of his seven-year-old son.
Kinney Tamaribuchi, a native of
Waimea, Kauai, T. H., was arrest arrested
ed arrested last night when he carried the
black and blue body of his son,
Kent, to Sparrow Hospital.
Police said Tamaribuchi told
them he beat the child with a toy
mallet and his fists during "a fit
of temper" over the boy's refusal
to so to bed. v
Tamaribuchi's wife was in Chi
cago visiting friends when the
Dr. Charles E. Black, state pa.
thologist, said death was brought
on by "acute traumatic shock caus caused
ed caused by a violent blow to the upper
abdomen." 1 1 I
He said Tamaribuchi told him
the boy was still breathing whea
he started to the hospital.
Michigan state psychiatrist Dr.
Byron Casey said he examined Ta Tamaribuchi
maribuchi Tamaribuchi May 15 after the child's
school principal reported the boy
showed marks ot a Deaung.
Casey said Tamaribuchi seemed
"perfectly normal" at that time
but admitted beating the child be
cause I lost my temper,"
WASHINGTON. June 19 UP
ine senate foreign Relation Com Committee
mittee Committee yesterday approved a 4V4
billion dollar foreign aid bill, only
dy for Senate debate by Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. However, bo votes are expect expected
ed expected before next week.
Th Senate committee also ap-
400 million dollar below Presi- Droved a resolution bv Sen. Mike
dent Eisenhower's original re-i Mansfield (D-Mont.) calling for a
quest, - 5300,000 study of the entire pro-
ine toiai includes restoration or, gram. The committee would re-
702 million dollars of $1,100,000,000
cut out DM Hostile House.
Mr. Eisenhower hid nlparied
with the senators to add at least
600 million dollars to the House-
approved $3,800,000,000 total
He bad warned repeatedly that
toe united states could not afford
to let down the Free World in its
alliance against communism. He
made his latest appeal from his
hospital bed this morning.
committee approval of the bill
was by 13 to 2 vote. The dissents
were cast by Sens. William Lane-
er (R-N.D.) and Russell B. Long
The bin is designed to strength
en the free World against the
port Feb. 15.
Last week the group voted to re report
port report Feb. 15.
Last week the group voted to re restore
store restore 600 million dollars of a $!,
100,000,000 billion House slash, in
military aid funds. It also restored
a 100 million dollar re-authorization
for the President's special e e-mergency
mergency e-mergency fund for Asia which the
House had eliminated.
The Senate committee reained
a House provision cutting of aid to
Marshal Tito's Yugoslav govern government
ment government unless the President deter
mines that the aid is necessary in
the U.S. interest. The bill carries
a possible II million dollars for Yu Yugoslavia,
goslavia, Yugoslavia, '
Due Here June 21
ON THE DOTTED LINE, says Leon A. Llanos (left) as he
watches his buddy, Thomas M. Kauimann sign his enlistment
papers. The two, now. Privates, enlisted in the U S- Army under under-the
the under-the "Buddy System plan," a system, whereby the two buddies
are permitted by the Army that they will remain together at
least for their first eight weeks of training. The two men
will leave for basic training at Ft Dix, N. J. aboard the USNS
Gibbons on June 30. Llanos is the son of SFC and Mrs. Ubal Ubal-do
do Ubal-do Llanos, Ft Amador and Kauimann is the son of Mrs. Va
leria Kauimann of 4-158 44th St, Panamy City.
. . r (UJS. Army Photo)
threat of Communist aggression. It.fctJr.
merely authorizes the expendi-l Both the House and Senate bills
tures. The actual funds must be denied Mr. Eisenhower the author author-voted
voted author-voted later in an appropriation bill.ity he Isked to make long term
In round figures, the Senate bill economic aid commitments to U.S.
compares with the $3,800,000,000 allies. ; ,1 V
voted by the House and the $4,-. But the committee went along,
900,000,000 asked by the President after a minor change in wording,
It would provide $2,700,000,000 in with a House declaration that Con Con-economic
economic Con-economic aid. Igress will continue to held free na-
Chairman Walter F. George (D- tions as long as Communism
Ga.) said the measure will be rea- threatens their independence. ..
'Save Our Sons Committee
Branded Red-Led Outfit
M Pitman, son of Mrs. Ethel
Pitman of Balboa Heights, re received
ceived received his bachelor of arts de degree
gree degree from Bucknell University
during commencement exercis exercises
es exercises June 10 in. Lewisburg, pa.
During his college years. Pit Pitman
man Pitman has been director of the
student radio station, WVBU
manager of the Men's Glee
Club, a member of the mixed
chorus, and a member of Can
and Dagger and the University
Li W fcJL
Convenient connection via Guest
Ddly Constellation to.
' 4r Vmi economical Trit Fare
Gateway t all ItortbMfl U. f. ju
' Twle-o-wtlt from Mexico City to
Windsor Detro and the Midwest
GUEST AWl'JAYS MEXICO
at Bl St El Cangrejo, CastUla del Oro Build, across the
Hotel El Panama Tel. 3-1057.
W. H. Wisely
NvTLLIAM H. VTlSELY.'of New
York, executive' secretary of the
American Societykif Civil En
gineers, is scheduleovto arrive in
Panama City th mornine of
June 21. He will stop at the Ho
tel ei Panama and win stay in
the city until his departure June
z ror Caracas.
Wisely will be. at the Rotarv
luncheon June 21. On June 22
h will attend and address, the
luncheon of the Panama section
of the Society, in the evening he
wm atiena uie section's meet
ins. j ...
Wisely will meet th Governor
at 3 p.m., June 22. His tour will
include Gaillard Cut, Miraflores
Locks, Madden Dam and Fort
The society, which ht mn
than 39,000 members, Is the old
est national organization of en engineers
gineers engineers In the United states. The
latest roster published lists 23
members in the Republic of Pan Panama
ama Panama and 57 in the Canal Zone.
FROM THE INFERNO
GENEVA, N.Y. rUP P.nl
Wooley thought he lost $586 when
fire in his apartment destroyed a
dresser containing his ; wallet.
Workmen clearing awav. mhhich
several days later found the
scorched wallet and Wooley said
the "cold cash" still was intact
WASHINGTON. June 19 (UP)
A former undercover infor
mant for the FBI testified today
that the "Save our Sons Com
mittee'! was a Communist-con
trolled organization designed to
undermine this country's Korean
Anzeln A. Czarnowskl of Areo,
Hi., wno reported to the FBI a
bout Communist activities in
Illinois from 1944 until 1955. tes
tlfied before the House Commit
tee on un-American Activities.
The committee opened hear hearings
ings hearings on communist pronaganda
among American prisoners of
war in Korea. ...,.-!;'
Czarnowskl testified that he
had known Mrs. Florence Gow-
giel, also of Argo, chairman of
the "Save our Sons' organiza organization,
tion, organization, as a Communist party
member since 1944. He said she
ran the organization to foster
He said that when the group
was formed In October 1952, 1t
wanted to end the Korean War
-aney wantea to nays our
troops withdrawn from Korea
ne said, -and leave the south
Korean troops to the, mercy ,ot
t.h rnmmimicta ,"T,
Czarnowskl testified .."Vhkt
members wrote letters to Amer-'
lean nrlsoners of war. to, sery
icemen in Korea, to the parents
of servicemen and to congress
He said the organisation fol
lowed the communist party une
that "Our boys In Korea weie
being sacrificed to protect Amer-
i. nitniMnlMi an4 'mnerial-
lnu liU.VSW.'.9 ......
ists-the Interests v
He asserted that Mrs Gowgiel
said durln the Korean War
that American soldiers 'behaved
like beasts, massacring women
and children." -.v.
He said she also accused the
United States of. waging germ
warfare and-committing other
atrocities. -v' : ) ;'
' Mrs. Elizabeth Mitterer, Iden Identified
tified Identified by the committee as sec.
retary-treasurer of the organi organization,
zation, organization, refused to tell the com committee
mittee committee whether she is a ; Com Communist
munist Communist or to answer questions
about the 'Save our Sons Com Committee."
mittee." Committee." 8h based her refusal on the
Fifth. Amendment's protection
against possible self-incrlmlna-'
Mrs. MItterer was orderey to
produce the organization's rec records.
ords. records. She said she did not have
them and did not :, know who
does., ',. : '-:
F DISASTER CAN
L-', -ji ''N.
v-: .-. mi, r-T- rr nT -mmmi, liiLLJ 1
Mrs. Florencia Olga Changken de Bo was the' lucky winner
of the third prize of the "Ron Carts Vleja" raffle. Mrs. Ho
was the owner of the ticket No. 461580 which she got In the
Willie Bar in Colon. (Commercial Notlee)
WILLIAM ROHRBACK (right), civilian in cahrge of Pier 18
Balboa, receives a check for $375 for his suggestion which
lowers the cost of stevedoring and handling the empty conex
containers ustd for shipping household goods. The presenta presentation
tion presentation was made by CoL R. H. Sievers, transportation officer,
USARCARD3 (left), as (second from left to righU Lt. Col. G.
Heck, executive officer, Capt. W. G. Holste, management im improvements
provements improvements officer, and Ma J. S. A. Messner, chief of movement
Blvislon look on. Rohrback's suggestion will enable the Army
to save $29,475 annually. He has been employed by Transpor Transportation
tation Transportation for the past 27 years. v (U.S. Army Photo)
tudy On Fluoride
Kills 159; Flooded
Amv0nD XT TT nmv
le appearance of fluoride tooth- OiVAf Fa? Tft 11
stes on the market practically! IU I CI -1 Blt.1 IW-
nfficiam nf th EaKtman'
lental Dispensary gnash their
Introduction of the new cleans-
LAHORE, Pakistan. June 19
(UP) Kabul radio said last night
that Dearly ISO persons -were kill killed
ed killed last Saundy in an earthauake
g agents in this area resulted in1 ro Afghanistan's Kunhar River Val Val-e
e Val-e institution having to drop one leyt -, 4 ,
after two years of work.
, ....... i The broadcast from Afehan s-
As one aspect of a research pro- "n .cPil heard here, estmated
am, the dispensary had been,y! 'uui; wrsunj were
kinting the teeth of some 650!meu. "n injurea wnen
hoel children f witn a Huonaei".y" uui ii. u mu-
JuUon. Varying, methods were' -7 T f iUUU ae
Wng used to apply the fluoride uyuiw m u muuih,
bd the effects were to be checked
nually for three years.
en the fluoride toothpastes came
and one brand was delivered
lee into every nome," said Dr.
inn Brudevold, research., direc.
t."We had to drop the study be-
!use a new source of fluoride
d been introduced."
-The broadcast said that huge
boulders crashed down from the
done for two years,' moun'ain J when earthquake
ide toothnastM Pm. struck and caused. the river to
flood. , .
Several villages were- buried
the debris, it said.
third year was to have been the
study's "critical" vear Wane
jDr. Basil G. Bibby, dispensary the eff eets of fluorides are
rector,." commented that the cumulative v
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P re-Election Tax Cut Hopes
Dim Despite Budget Surplus
WASHINGTON, June 19 (UPV
prospects tot a pre-election income
tax cut grew dimmer today despite
the certainty of a sizable budeet
surplus in tne fiscal year which
eads July 1.
There were these developments
. 1. Democrats and Republicans
, backed an Administration proposal
mat int legti limit on the nation national
al national debt ensealed down by $3 bil
lion, starting July i. This will tend
to offset the Budget surplus and
leave less elbow room., for a tax
2. House Democratic leaders held
a secret 90-minute caucus Friday
with Democrats on the tax-writing
Eoust Ways and Means Commit
tee to consider the committee's a a-gsnda
gsnda a-gsnda for the rest of the session.
Several participants said today
that ao one at the meeting propos proposed
ed proposed the Democrats launch a 1 a s t
minute drive to cut income taxes.
This was considered significant
since a similar strategy caucus in
April, 195$, signaled the start of
the Democrats abortive drive last
year to cut Income taxes $20 a
person. The Administration-opposed
measure passed the House last
year but was killed in the Senate.
. Another setback te tax-cutting
prospects I bipartisan support
enveloping for legislation te lew
r the temporary celling wt the
national debt from 2I1 billion to
The debt ceiling Is scheduled to
drop to its permanent level of $275
billion ea July 1.
Chairman Harry F. Byrd (D-Va.)
of the Senate Finance Committee
has persuaded the Administration
to ask for temporary one-year in
crease of only $3 billion instead of
seeking another one-year extension
of the temporary $6 billion increase
that expires June 30.
Members predicted the $3 billion
temporary increase will be approv approved
ed approved overwhelmingly by the Ways
and Means Committee this week.
The committee clans to vote on
the legislation immediately after
Bearing testimony from Secretary
oi tne Treasury ueorge M. uumpn-
rey at a public hearing.'
President Eisenhower indicated
in his January, budget message
that the Administration would need
continuation of the temporary $6
billion increase in the ceiling to
meet borrowing requirements dur during
ing during periods when Federal spending
runs ahead of tax collections.
But, in view of the higher budg.
et surplus of 11.8 ouiion now tore'
cast by the Administration for the
current, fiscal year, Humphrey de
cided he could get by with less.
forecasts of the current budeet
surplus among Congressional tax
experts range even higher from
S2.3 billion to $3 billion.
Congressional. tax experts also
exnect the surnlui for the next fis
cal year to be much higher than
the Adminitration s original fore
cast of J400 million. ........
NINE TIMES FIFTY V
ROYAL. Neb. -(UP)- When
Mr. and Mrs. William Kess ob
served their 50th wedding annt
versary with a party here, their
guests included eight couples who
had been married 50 years or
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1 1. AXD JHIS. BITTER MARK GOLDEN WEDDING
f t : :L2SXZX AT J. B. CLEMMONS HOME IN BALBOA
I On the occasion of their 50th. wedding anniversary, Mr."
- and Mrs, Frederick S. Bitter were congratulated on Sunday
i by IT (nests who called at Balboa the home of their daughter
ana ara-fat-iaw, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ctemmona, Jr., Mr. Clem Clem-toother,
toother, Clem-toother, Mrs. Mayfcelle Clerrtmons, was a joint hostess
f sr ta olden wedding. t
The honor fuests were married in New Rochelle, New
York, on Jane 1J, 19M.
, Mr. and frt. Bitter hare lired on the Isthmus for many
' years, both before and since his retirement from erriHan serr serr-'
' serr-' ; fce with the Amy. Their ton Frederick C. Bitter is a Gamboa
P midest--'' n v r-vIO- x'r ". t:,,':-i
v Among" those who assisted in en en-ierUining'
ierUining' en-ierUining' the guests were Mrs.
. Worden French Mrs.'. J. B. De
VorH Mes. Casey Hall, Mrs. Helen
JlcKeown, Mrs. Fred Weils, Mrs. I
K.JT-lich tad' tho Bitter's grand--
cons. Muart and jay,i;iemmens.
Hart-Lea Weddinf Somonind
In lafeyett, Indiana.
Mr. and Mrs. "Max R. Hart tf
Salbo accompanied by. their
younfer daughter. Miss Dorothy
Hart, returned recently by plane
. from Lafayette, Indiana, where
the attended tho wedding of their
daughter, Leqna Margaret, to Fredj
Hyde Lee. Jr., son of Mr. ana Mrs.
F. H. Lee, Sr. of Baiboa. y
The wedding was solemnized an
June I at the university Lutheran
Chapel m West Lafayette, India-
; pa. -n ; 'u d f
Tho' bride's only attendant was
classmate, Miss Phylis Beck of
watwtown,. Wew York, rjur.- jiod jiod-rt
rt jiod-rt Week of Akron,, Ohio; was'Mr.
Lee's best man. -, j
. l V,... '-i.,- 1 , j
loth Mr. and Mrs. Lee attenrt a
the Canal Zone schools and were
jraduated from Balboa High
; School with the class of 1952. Mrs
Lee later attended the University
of Rochester School of .Nursing,
graduating in June, 1955. For the
Bast year she has been on the
nursing staff at St Elizabeth's Hos Hospital
pital Hospital in Lafayette. v;
Mr. Lee was graduated this
month from Purdue University in
Lafayette with a degree in Mecha Mechanical
nical Mechanical Engineering and has accept accept-'
' accept-' d a position with the Carrier Air
Conditioning corporation m Akron,
t The couple left on a wedding
trip through the western states and
after July t will be at home at
Am Landcbester Road, Cleveland,
? town visitors at the wed wed-'
' wed-' Mr. Ie's par-
rrr. and Mrs. Fred
at an enjoyable cocktail buffet at
the Union Club. v ;
Host for tho occasion was Mr. A
nel E. Belii, chief of information
for the agency, who invited mem members
bers members of the local press, foreign cor correspondents
respondents correspondents and public relations
men from the various agencies a a-gencies
gencies a-gencies in Panama and the Canal
Zone to meet the incoming official, j
foiM inc-hiried alan th pxwlllivp
heads of the several divisions of tes
Caa axic hr teetuiM la thlm
ftMima tktmti wbaulM la typ
rUtca Una mmi auUsd tm am W
Uie Ha Bambera llMnl Uj In "So "Social
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7 kaad la laa alflca. KUc mt
FEVA To Meat Thursday
The regular monthly meeting of
we x eaerai employes Veterans As
sociation, Post 17 will be held
Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Mar
On the agenda for the meodne
is raucn vuai ana important in-
lormabon for tho veterans, veter
ans preference, Bradleys report
ana leaerai nospiuiuaUon. Also
up to, date reports of all commit-
trad wutd Ta Press 1
Public Halitlons Mad
Mr; Kalch Lv Will, the newly ar.
x rived Director of Point Four, was
the Point Four .mission.
For Visiting ..
Swiss Minister, Wife
The British Ambassador and
Mrs. Ian Henderson gave a dinner
party at the British Embassy on
Saturday, in honor ox xneir excel
lencies the Swiss Minister -and
Mrs. Brugger who have been visit
ing Panama from Caracas.,
Capt. And Mrs. Lacy ? v
Entertain For House Guest
Capt. and Mrs. Harry T..Lacy of
Los Bios entertained on Sunday
with a luncheon in honor of their
house guest, Mrs. Mona Brock-
home."". '4.v:1- ;s
Mrs. Brockhumc. of New York;
and London, arrived recently by
air for. a visit with, the Lacy fam
, ... .
Newcomer's Club Mooting
Twenty three members and
guests met Thursday at the home
of Mabel Tryner in Margarita for
their regular meeting of thai New
Delicious refreshment was
served by the hostess, Penny Gog Gog-gans
gans Gog-gans and Betty Micek. During this
time the guests were introduced
and welcomed by our president.
Betty Hartman, followed by a
short business meeting. ; i
Through: the Courtesy of Mr. M.
C. Bailey, a most enjoyable after afternoon
noon afternoon was spent watching slides on
the San Bias. f '1.n end Gualmi
iuest prescni .iiics
Esterly, Terry cnwa :, Joe Re
gan, and Besuie GuiUot
Members present were Jfes-
dames Betty Hartman. Jane Lang.
dorf, Shirley Blair, Maxine Jones,
rTancis tampDeu, Penny Goggans,
All members and eligible mem
bers are urged to attend this most
important meeting. All persons who
have veterans preference and work
for the United States Government
are eligible to join this oreaniia
tion. Further information can be
had by attending the meeting or
writing to FEVA, Box 1569 Cristo-
Legion Unit 1
American' Legion Auxiliarv. tlnit
3, will hold their regular monthly
meeting at 7:30 in the new Amer-,!
icaa Legion Building, 1047 Bolivar
Highway, Gatun. r
Knights of St. Paul :
The Knlghta of St. Paul will
noia a special meeting tomorrow
night at .7:30 la St. Paul'3
cnurcn. All member revex-
peciea 10 attend.
tNTRODIJCTIONS were the order of the' afternoon at the
Union Club yesterday when Ralph L. Will, left, newly ap appointed
pointed appointed Director of Point 4 in Panama, was honored at a buf buffet.
fet. buffet. Here he chats with Pedro A. Diaz, director of public re relations
lations relations for the Presidencia. Information Chief Anel E. Bella
of the Point 4 Mission hosted "the party for the press and pub public
lic public relations men.
spacn, Betty Sensabaugh, Ruth
Belcher. Mabel Trvner. Fav Stan.
iora, joan uutebmson, Barbara
Lovett, Louise Sugar, Janet Free-
manr Betty Hogan, Bernice Grier,
oauie nynn, ana uni r tiller.
the ; guest of honor iast evening Leona McL arnan, Vergie Ger-
French Cooks Display
A Genius For Onilets
LIGHT AS A FEATHER.
. r GAYNOR MADDOX
NBA Food and Markees Editor
BiJT.r'Bch, dish'i ""re'silightly.'- Meanwhile." "break the
long, patient cooking. Tak tiw into. k,i. .c" t'
melet:w. few simple' ingredients, salt .nd tosUy 'pmd Tblack
tdHA ml W end add a tspoonful of w
TZlMt KSISJ9 Bet. Uhtly witn a fork or
Edward StevMsen '-"
Homo For Summer
Mr. Edward A. Stevenson hi re.
turnea to the Isthmus to spend the
summer vacation with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs.1 E. W. Bell of Coco
Solito. He, graduated earlier this
month as a bacterioloeist frnm
Philadelphia College of Pharmacy
and Sr- I, f'hfr Hc'wMil
atteuu Uie tavern.. U lodiaua for
studies leading toward a master's
degree. r. .
National Orchestra ; r t
Will Feature'' "r-f t
Mrs. Jacobson i
One of the most attrartiva mim.
bers of the program for tomor
row's concert Of the National Or
chestra at the National Theater
win ne the presentation of Emita
Rodriguez de Jacobson. in Weber's
&.onzerstuck in F Minor. The con
cert is to start at 0:30 p.m.
Mrs. Jacobson was born in Pa
nama City, She finished her piano
snraies ai ueneva conservatory,
with J. Aubert, and took extensive
courses at the Barcelona Liceum.
Mrs. jacobson has had a long ca
reer as teacher of the National
Conservatory, with Director Alfre
do de Saint Malo. She is now teach
ing piano at the National Institute
of Music, under Roque Cordero's
direction. She has. given brilliant
performances as soloist with the
National Orchestra since 1942, and
has played in many selected radio
programs, and in piano recitals at
the National Theatre.
Real Boy-Girl Difference
Js Power Of Motherhood
The National Orchestra's eon eon-cert,
cert, eon-cert, includes also works of Bee Beethoven,
thoven, Beethoven, Guarnieri, Cordero, and
Many Canal Zone "residents are
subscribers for the 1956 series,
and many more are reserving tick'
ets for this concert, by calling the
Fine Arts Dept., Panama 2-0252,
Ticket office will be open at noon
Ruth's baby brother was six
weeks old when she asked her first
question about their sex difference.
Her mother, oiling John after his
But it aooD became clear that
Ruth was much more worried a-
bnut her own sex diffrence than
she was interested in her borthefs.
And-one morning, again at his
bathtime asked a auestion to which
her mother said shortly, "Because
you re a gin, tnars why."
j he' answer-was a mistake.
Ruth' mother sensed this at once.
Looking svp thg worry on
her little nauuu s face harden
into : e nvy and; auddenly under
itooa now she was feeling.
la the baby's maleness. Ruth
was explaining his power to dis
place, her as Mommy's No. 1 in interest.
terest. interest. He had dethroned her, not
because he was little, but because
he was male. It was his sex that
entitled him to the lion's share of
Mommy's attention, and why, oh,
why did she have to be a little
girl? 1 '
of the best and most famous of;
reoca oisnes. ..
We asked Louis Vaudable, noted
gourmet and proprietor : of Bes-i
taurant Maxim's in Paris, to tell
June prmes now to make French
omelets. Here is what he said:
The omelet is a prima donna
moBg foods. Yet is simple, and
wire wnisx mot a rotary beater)
until large bubbles form on top
about half a minute. Don't over-
Pour the egg mixture Into the
pan. Then with ..fork or spatula,
begin loosening the eggs of the
omelet all around and lift once
or twice in the middle, so that!
Should be in the reoertoire of 7h- ..V.S'Z.: ""u ll
. a-,- 1 .t i uuLWACU iniXLlirn will flnnr
tls'sf!!: ms. worktol
. .,, BUlau ckks wara me middle. Th s will tafca'
rkJeJasUer orae t- Monsieur' about two minutis. Then if vo5l
Vaudable, now visiting tho United' wish to add sucfc things J', hSS
& .SS hC PmmgV P fheese, jeUy. chopped lam or ae2
Next, tha an 1 aKL. Sauce Ar.
r .inn.!! uiuiiciiat ia aeucate conran-
.tar tTi niV :;Lr; WTC. ."" omelet, more
---- ---n w.utrew, 11 or less aiong the line on which
is cleaned by rubbing with salt the, melct wUl be ttMiJt rln
,Uil hot; nem f0,d 5U 6f omliet ov
Vashed with water. .ConsequenUy, the other. Your iLSSt tin S
r .y outsidc-so-fti
and a nan nrnrtint. T SLW!L "TC Mveu ?WeS in
tni o longer frothy; reduce hcatjft with mo?e of thme
Calls On Lloyd
LONDON. June 19 (UP).
Canadian External Affairs- Min
ifier Lester Pearson caned on
British Forelen Secretary 8el
wyn Lloyd at the Foreign Office
UKtajr. n rw.
Pearson was accompanied by
formal Rooertson.' Canadian
men commissioner in London.
Pearson will fly to Parts to tonight
night tonight where he will attend the
"committee of three" meetine of
ine worm Atlantic iTeaty or-
In addition to Pearson, the
committee Includes Italian For Foreign
eign Foreign Minister Gaetano Martino
and Norwegian Foreign Minister
A wise woman. Ruth's mother
corrected this dangerous misun
derstanding which not only encour
aged jealousy of the baby s sex
but which could so- easily develop
into anxious, competitive resent resentment
ment resentment of all little boys.
As she placed her son in his crib,
shpi said, ."It's good to be girls like
us, Ruthie. Do you know that ev every
ery every girl in the world has a special
little cradle Inside her for carrvin?
babies in before thev are born ? I
nave one and so have you, a little
one. John hasn't got any beeansc
nes a Doy. But you have. The
mean thing about it is, we can't
see it. so as soon as John's asleep.
Ill draw you a picture of it. .?
' In these situations, do we restore
a little girl's pride in her femini
nity to make hr feel cood for h.
cause it s justified?
The other day. mv friend Stuart
uoete gave me an interesting an
swer, a novelist wno nas mane
magnificent fiction out of Africa's
past, he nas most recently author,
ed "The African Giant," a best
seller concerned with its burbulent
present. In answer to a comment i
l maae aoout It. ne said. "No-A
nomlcs or race? 11 barbaric moth mothers.":'
ers.":' mothers.":' And went on: "You see, a bar barbaric
baric barbaric mother's child can only be
educated; pot civilized. As civilis civilised
ed civilised children can only be made by
civilised mothers,, we have to
change Africa's women. ; O nl y
mothers can teach Africa's men to
understand and accept the social
contract every civilized man has
to make with his kind. Africa is a
place that proves mothers are the
most powerful people on earth."
IIS Arny Officials; l
Held Soldier For :
Grtnafe Hurling ;
MUNICH, Germany. June 19
(UP VS. Army officials held
a Michigan soldier today in con connection
nection connection rwith the hurlinff of a
hand grenade that Injured 17
persons in a tavern her last
They said no official charses
had been placed : against the
soldier. Pvt. Elgle Newtonn ,of
eatue creek, Mich. ; j
, Eight American soldiers and
nine Germans, five of them
women, were Injured when the
grenade- exploded in the "Ser-
entn Heaven tavern. Four Ger
mans were reported .in serious
condition. Officials said all the
Americans will be released from
nospital within two days,
Tne anjurea -soldiers were
identified as: Pvts. Charles Peo-
lotte, Savanna, Ga.; Joe Rich Richardson,
ardson, Richardson, Charleston. S.C.: Jesse
Williams, Chicago; Pfc's Benja-
mm unoaes, uaraett, S.C.; UI UI-most
most UI-most Miller; Winston-Salem,
N.C.:, Henry Row. Archer. Fla.:
Sgt., Edward Lawson. .Gatliss,
Ky.; and S.3.c. : Thomas Loppe
TEEN-AGE DAUGHTER SHOULD
SfcT tiAMPLE ON A DATE
Does your' teen-age daughter
know how to behave on a date?
In a recent column I listed some
of the things every boy ought to
Know in order to look out for the
girl be s dating. Since then, Tit
been getting letters from mothers
ot teen-age boys asking, "Why not
let the girls know their dating re-
So here goes. 1
slf your daughter is old enoush
u aaie, ene is oia enougn to know:
, That to win a boy's respect, even
in this day and age, a girl has
iw an nice a iaay. in speech,
dress, manner and morals she
should give tho boy something to
live up to.
That she should share with her
escort the responsibility for not
going wbere she isn't supposed' to
ko ana tor getting Borne at the
time sne promised.
That the girl usually has ta lead
the way in such matters as leaving
a pan mi nine, speaMDg 10 cnap-
erones and bidding them goodby.
Backseat Driving Sometimes Pays
That whether or' not tier eitenrt
drives carefully or recklessly mav
depend on her own attitude. If she!
aoesn t want to risk her neck she
had better not ask him how fat
his car, will go, brag about how
fast some other boy's car will go
or put up ith any; recklessness
on his part without protest.
That if she ever finds herself
in a position where the oy she
has a date with is drinking, the
only thing to do is to find some
other way of getting home, Either
sne snouia pnone ner parents or get
a ride home with another couple.
That the boys who take her out
will behave just about the way
she expects them to and that anv
boy who doesn t should be crossed
ou her list of acceptable dates
It you are giving a shower for
a bride-to-be don't invite friends
who live at such a great distance
you Know' tney can't attend
such an invitation can' mean
but. rip tvirr send a eift.
So limit your- ruest list to
those friends of the bride who
can reasonably be expected to
attena tne party.
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or bf pporormenT.
HARNETT & DUNN
- BALLROOM DANCE STUDIO
Jf BACHES UNTIL SOU LBABN"
Balboa: I-42M or Pan.1,
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Panam? Health Center 10 ..'
.m.'-TeL famina MWfc rV;V
rRrst Christian 5
' TALERMO, Sicily, June 19
(UP) Palermo last night be became
came became the first major Italian city
J to elect a Christian .Democratic
I Mayor after the nation-wide
f Th City Council elected Lu Lull
ll Lull ano MaugerL, a member of
i Jremier Antonio Segni's Christ
Cn democrats, by a comfortable
i'W vttes to 15 for the- leftwing
candidate and six for the Neo-
i 7ascis candidate,
A first prize of $100 and
Ohfee wore prizes -for a. total
tof"$150 in cash is given
AWAY every Tuesday at the
TROPICAL THEATRE. To To-dav
dav To-dav IS your chance to be
row of "the lucky wihhers.
DON'T MISS IT. Try your
luck and also see a stupen stupendous
dous stupendous double program.
Lo,will have a chance to
day to win the $100 first
pjlze by attending Bank Night
at the TROPICAL Thea Theatre,
tre, Theatre, which GIVES AWAY $150
In cash evey Tuesday night.
In 'addition to a stupendous
3CUR1TIB IN PANAMA
AUAS. MATUSSI ASSOCUTES
, i -Bid
Banet ftduciarlo 4lt
Cemento Panama ....... 71 ; 75 50
CervecWia Naelonal .... SI
Chlrlcana de Lecho ... It
Clayco ................. S
Coca Cola 150
Prot. with Con. ..... 13S
betUladon Naelonal ... StI
apret with Com. ..... 1040
Finalizes. 8 A.. '.
I Pret with Com. '..... 121
fuerza' y Luz Pref. ...'47 11
ftierxa t Lua Com. ... SS
Hotelee lotaramrrlcanoa. S S
General da Se(iiroa '.. SS ,.
Panamefia da Aeeltee 50
fcriamene de Pibra ... : St
Paoamefta de Segurot-. 2S 17
PenajneA .ie. Tat-K.. ,. 10 ill?
Teatro Reti it irla ' ISO
realm Central .. .. .. '":-' S60
" : (Commercial NoUcei
FOR SALEI tM tt, 21 -!
Martha Waihingtoa Mltarn;
Mnatiaa blindi and African vio vio-laH.
laH. vio-laH. 0932 Amador Rd. Phoaa
FOR SALIj 1 let aaintad kam kam-boo
boo kam-boo waprinf cuihioiii: aattaa, 5
chain, 2 ottomans, 3 small ta table!,
ble!, table!, t coffee table. All far $1 00.
Call Bal. 1451. See at 5066-A,
FOR SALE: Bamboo living room
, sat, mahofany dininf room set,
mahogany bedroom let, trove,
rtfrigerator. Phona 2-1477 or
FOR SALIs 7 cubic ft. rafria rafria-rater
rater rafria-rater $195; 4-burner "Tappan"
fas stovo $98; "Siitjer sewinf
machine, tabla model (brand
now) $295 double bads with
aw ma ft rest $39; metal chettt
of drawers $14.50; maplo din din-tto
tto din-tto act $45; beautiful modern
living room suites $150; mahog mahogany
any mahogany 3 door wardrobes $129;
dining room tabla and chairs
$75; hammock on metal stand
$6.50; hassocks $3.50 and many
; others. Cash or Credit. House Household
hold Household Exchange, Phono 1-4911,
National Am. No. 41.
FOR SALE: Living nam Mt,
dining room sat, full bad. Every Everything
thing Everything $125. Call Mrs. Scroggin,
83-7132, hours 7 a.m. to 3:45.
FOR SALE: Wsttinghoute re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator 9x10, 25-cvcle, price
$100. At homo Saturday and
Sunday 12 noon till C a.m. House
784-B, Tavernilla St., Balboa.
FOR SALE: 25-ycle refrigera refrigerator
tor refrigerator $65; kitchen tabla chairs
$20; double bad tt mattnss $20;
baby crib t mattrsts $20; 1949
Ford $275. Phona Gamboa 6495.
Soviet Try To Lure
Back So American
. WASHINOTOlf, Jun 19 OJP)
Authoritative United States
sources predicted today that
Moscow's tenacious repatriation
campaign will fall to lure back
more .than U00 Russian Immi.
grants from South America this
iw ,L;. Jpe!! (orJt le?.st 5t 20 years
iejn,ucu aa laiiLHSLir.
iyviw uitth Jicany 3U.UUO UXra-
ruans were planning to make the
long journey back.
These reports originated In
the Communist "Return to the
Homeland" campaign headquar headquarters
ters headquarters in East Berlin and have
succeeded, to misleading the
West on the success of thetnewiimPressed" by the changes he had
drive, officials here said. seen in China since his last visit
unuea, states agencies and
iciugce organizations have
uosfay jouowed the Soviet -ef-i
fort to entice refugees frouf
communism, to come home. j
. Officials of these agencies ac-1
the difficulty of gettin. an ac accurate
curate accurate record of Iron curtain ex-
Ukranians spread in the vast
,'suua jji ovum America.
Police Find Bodies
Of 35 Sfiff-Bom
Babies In Hospital
,T&ASG2W.- June 19 J
, -V .ouce ,oday reported the
finding of the bodies of 34 still still-born
born still-born babies which were hidden in
weekened iri the mortuary of the
TS1"1 m nouen Row district i
. Ut A. K. Bowman, senior admin-
u-nuve onicer or the Western Re.
gidnal Hospital Board, said it was
the practice of the hospital to tak
v..s ui ounai arrangements in
a? L 1
cases wnere, lniants were still stillborn.
born. stillborn. -
The parents Benerallv hnHH
small fee to an attendant who was
cAyctieu w maxe tne arramrc
ments with an undertaker.
disciplinary action will be tak-
en when the facts are fully deter
mined," he said.
rouce were questioning an em-
ploye at the mortuary.
- BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., "June
(UP) Actress Gretchen Wyler,
27, on leave from tha
musical "Silk Stockings," and con con-cert
cert con-cert cellist Shepard Coleman, 30.
RIriv vf.f. r"1"? L 1 h 9
Beverly Vista Commnrnty Church,
:-ISi.ter c,'rrent,y ,s
rtr Wth r.A ?nal j.nm mm.. (ir: it.
- ww in mm Aine es.
er o"'y atterf un in t"- brtf cc-
eniony- was a fner-il, Mrs. Ceroid
Chancy, rom rt home town of
FOR SALE: Clean 1953 Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet Tudor "210" series, tu tu-tons,
tons, tu-tons, wsw, radio, hearer, now
seat covert, reatonable price.
FOR SALE: 1949 Buick, stand standard
ard standard shift, fully equipped. A de desirable
sirable desirable car, $375. Panama 2-
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford Station
Wagon with Fordematic, mecha mechanically
nically mechanically good. Bast offer. Panama
FOR SALE.- 195 Ford Deluxe
Sedan, excellent condition $500.
Balboa 2-6322. Duty paid.
FOR SALE: '52 Willys Station
Wagon, 6-cyl., overdrive, good
condition with o n y 31,000
mnes. Albrook 2197.
FOR SALE. Hurry! Red 1952
Ford Convertible going for min minimum.
imum. minimum. Enlisted man leaving 25 25-June.
June. 25-June. Call No. 84-8165 after 5
p.m. or mo at 2530-A, Cocoli.
FOR SAL!: 1 948 Chevrolet se sedan
dan sedan Mainline in excellent con-'
dition $350 cash. Quarters 193
Phone Ft. Kobbe 6107.
FOR SALE: Oldimobila Holi Holiday
day Holiday V98" Super Deluxe 1951.
Hydramatic, radio, original own owner.
er. owner. Must sail by June 26. Make
offer. Call Panama 3-3477 day daytime.
time. daytime. PERSONALS
GEORGE D. BARB, JR., H. t.
European spinal adjustment tech-
niques. Coordinated manipulative
therapies. Release of n e r v a u s
stress and strain. Ortho-Kinesio-logy.
14-49 Avenida 13 Estu Estu-diante,
diante, Estu-diante, 2B. 10 te I 3 to 8.
Tel. 2-2525. By appointment.
China Wants Peace
for 20 More Years.
JRONG KONG, June 19 (UP)-A
British Journalist who returned
yesterday from a monthV visit, to
Communist China declared today
China wants peace, "very (badly"
for at least 20 years.
ine writer, Rene MacColl, said
"I honestly think that China wants
"I honestly think that China want
aim vf.rv nniv taa
He explained the immense plans
the Chinese Communists have in
economic, social and cultural
fields affecting the lives of a huge
number of people would make
China want peace. ? i
MacColl said he was "ereatlv
"There is no doubt that China
has changed in her attitude to
ward the West." he sa d.
He said he was informed durtne
his short stay in Shanghai that the
100-odd British businessmen there
who had previously been visited by
Communist policemen once each
month suddenly have received in
vitations to have tea with them
and to help further Sino British
British business men to Shan
ghai, MacColl said, believe that the
distinct change in the attitude and
atmosphere of Communist China
is due to the recent visit to Lon
don by Marshal Nikolai Bulganin
and Communist party boss Nikita
"I am not 'a lover of Commu
nism, but I am terribly impressed
with what I have seen," MacColl
said. "There is no forced labor
and the workers show a great spir spirit
it spirit of keenness and enthusiasm in
the traditional Chinese way."
Ahead Of Schedule
NEW YORK, June 19 (UP) A
Richmond, Va., couple who are af
empting the first continuos round-
trip auto tour of the United States
'passed through Jefferson City, Mo.,
i a 11:30 a.m. today according to a
teiegram received nere.
Tom and Lucy Clark telegraphed
the National Association for Stock
Car Auto Racmg Inc. during one
of the brief rest and refuelina stoos
that will be the only interruption
in their New York-Los Angeles Angeles-New
New Angeles-New York trip; NASCAR is clock clocking
ing clocking the trip which began here yes-
teraay at iz:zzp.m.
The Clarks, both 32, are running
a few minutes ahead of t h e i r
schedule which ; should see them
and their French' Renault car back
in New York next Saturday mor-
mn- By midnight tonight they
should reach Guymon,' Okla.
The couple are .attempting to es-
i .... 1 r.
MDiisn a recora tor a transconti-
tlPntoi iviiinti.trit. kit tMiv4n e.
and break existing records for the
east-west and west-east trips, Clark
set the latter record of 65 hours
and 14 minutes last May.
BOX 2031, ANCON, CX
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
FOR SALE. 60-cycle Silvertene
16-inch table television, good
condition $80. Phono Rodman
FOR SALEQ.M. oak chest af
drawers, two dressers, one square
1 dining table, four straight chairs,
two rockers, three email tables,
iron bad, 440cc. Indian meter
xlike, 15-foot boat with trailer,,
complete sot af bar balls. House
798-A, Balboa. Phone 2-2894.
FOR SALE.- Maytag washer and
dryer, automatic, vary little ate,
60-cycle; air-conditioner "Cold "Cold-spot"
spot" "Cold-spot" 13-hp. 60 cycles, sane
months use with a 5 -year guar guarantee.
antee. guarantee. Best offer. Leaving Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus and mutt sail before June
25. Phono 3-1540. Corner af
14th and Bolivar Stt., Pacific
Press Building, Colon.'
FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel
puppies, $25 each.. Fort Kobbe
FOR SALE: Grandfather1 clock
$100; Hi-Fi (portable) 3-tpeed
with records $35; boy's bicycle ;
$20; tricycle and scooter. House
569-8, Curundu Heights Phone
FOR SALE: Upright plane
$160. 25-cycle Thor wathing
machine. Phane Navy 2380.
Pal To Vacanl
Seal In Senate
rRANKTORT, Ky., June 19
(UP).-Gov. A. B. Chandler of
Kentucky today appointed a
close friend and political ally.
auomey Joseph J. Leary, to the
Eenata; to fill vacancy created
by the death of tht latt Sen.
Amen w. Barney.
The aDDOlntment runs only fa
Nov. 6 when Kentucky will e'lect
both a full-term senator and a.
senator to complete four years
nf T3 n rlrln..'- 1 ji L ..
u' """'j o uuexpirca term, v
U.S. Sen. Earle C. Clement is
opoosea for re-election to the
full term by Republican Thrus Thrus-ton
ton Thrus-ton Morton, a former assistant
secretary of state.
The Democratic State Com
mittee will meet In Louisville
tomorrow to nominate a candi
date for the four-year term, and
uie RppuDiican state Committee
win nummaie a candidate in a
meeting at Lexington, Ky, June
M. -v. .... ... ;, .'
i ... ............
Chandler issued an executive
order appointing Leary, and also
a ronriai statement which said
Mr. Leary Is a .sane, sober.
sensible and highly intelligent
young man and It Is my belief
mat ne win make the people of
fteniucay an outstanding repre
sentative in the U. S. Senate.
Leary. grey-haired and hand
some at 49, Is a Frankfort at
torney. He has been connected
with Chandler In nolitics since
Chandler's spectacular and suc
cessful campaign lor governor.
Since Chandler took, office,
Leary has been one of his
closest political advisers.
Missile Chief Says
CLEVELAND, Ohio, June 19
(UP) The Defense-Department's
guided missiles' chief said last
night the Navy and Air Force have
missiles that bombers can launch
against targets without flying in
reach ofe nemy anti-aircraft de
fenses. :-'.--t-.--- ,..-.')-:.,.
ger V. Murphree, special as-
sitant to Defense Secretary Charles
E. Wilson, also said rapid prog
ress is being made in development
of intercontinental and intermedi intermediate
ate intermediate rage ballistic missiles.
He spoke at a joint meeting of
the American Rocket Society and
the American Society of Mechani Mechanical
cal Mechanical Engineers. ? !-
Murphree said the Navy's Petrel
missile now is opera tiol and. the
Air Force's Rascal is under devel development
opment development Both are carried by air.
"Both missiles will permit a
bomber to deliver highly effective
payloads without the necessity of
the bombers penetrating defenses
surrounding the target,' he said.
: At the same time he praised as
a "verye ffective missile" the U.S.
Army's Nike which -surrounds ma
jor targets in this country as a de
fense against enemy Domners.
Murphree. who was appointed In
April after Democratic criticism of
thai OwSAcA mlcRilA.! nrOafTBIVI. RAirl
he had found no instance where
either a money shortage or red
tape was holding up missile devel-
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TBI PANAMA BALBOA
Knights-of Columbu3. council
1371. will install newly-elected
officers tonight at Its regular
meeting. Shown above Is Rich Richard
ard Richard Tomford, elected grand
knight for the coming year.
tUA- .rfl.ii, lA.-.tAjS- InnlnHe.
f James W. Fears, deputy grand
UUlVt VIUVW. WVVP.U
knight; Francis ; F. K a n e,
chancellor; Ernest Veno, treas treasurer;.
urer;. treasurer;. Robert C. Trahan, re recording
cording recording secretary; Charles V.
Lanza, warden; Leonard Wiec Wiec-coreck,
coreck, Wiec-coreck, inside guard; James
Blythe. outside guard: Charles
Hummer, advocate and Lester
. 7 :. c
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ae 9I-B. -
Stirring Cciltn, Flemlig yd Ccrey
. Rhonda Fleming and Joseph Cotten, stars of "The Killer
Is Loose," are threatened by a murderer escaped from
prison. The picture, s United Artists release, will pea
next Wednesday at the Central Theatre.
LOST b FOUND
LOST Doberman dog, dark
brown, permanent scar left eye eyebrow.
brow. eyebrow. Information loading return
wall paid. Dr. de la Guardia, TsL
U:i Far East ;
Ccsssnsnf :r In US
TOKYO, June 19 (UP). Gen General
eral General L. L. Lemmitzer, United
Nations and Far East com commander,
mander, commander, left here today for the
UJS. a:tend a defense conferenca
in Virginia, the Army announc announced.
The four-star general will at attend
tend attend a four-day conference of
senior military and civilian of-,
ficials of the defense depart depart-ment
ment depart-ment to be held at the Marin
Corps School In Quantico, Va.
The conference -runs from
June 21 to the 24- v
'The Killer Is Lcos
Keep tnem careiouy
TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPATER
- ITS3AY, JTXE 19, 193
ai iW,y!T yWHW... '.. .ja
25c : 18c.
KNOCK ON WOOD
- Also: -f
Frank Sinatra, In
THE MAN WITH THZ
" -"Also: ,V
. TIME TABLE
with Mark Stevens
Sterling HATDEN Richard CARLSON
. -r in
LAST COMMAND" V
. t In COLORS'! 1
Tremendous Double Program!.
Jane Wyman and Rock Hudson, In
ALL THAT HEAVEN ALLOWS
Andie MURPHY, In
WAR IN MY CORNER" 5
I COVER THE
CATMAN IN PARIS
LADY FROM, TEXAS
Kleiner's TV Notebook...
Ladies Overcrowd Path To Stardom
But 'Quiz Kids' Have Gal Shortage
By DICK KLEINER
NEW YORK (NEA) Grace
Kelly started something.' And now
a whole flock of young actresses
figure the shortest, path to star-
com is to ici ue a
eettinc so everywhere you look,
you sec ladies. Very disconcert-j
All this comes from Joanne)
Woodward, a lady who isn't work--tog
at being a lady. ;
"Tne trouble witn me American
theater," ; she explains, "is that
yon have to have, a technique. Or
call it a style. Or a gimmick. You
have to have something so you'll
be noticed. There are some won wonderful
derful wonderful actors ( and actresses
around but they haven't, got a
technique so they're not stars.
"Tak Grace Kellv. Here in
New York she was just another
ingenue. Then she went to Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood and worked at being t lady.
It was quite .an act. Now every everybody
body everybody is doing the lady bit It's
very hard to be a lady, and the
field is-getting overcrowded. I'll
have-to think of something else.
' Joanna Woodward Is doing very
well, even without' a definite tech technique.
nique. technique. Or style. Or immick. She
happens te have talent. You've
seen her en deiens of TV shows
and she gets killed beautiful in
Mm caintna movie "A Kiss. Be
fore, Pymc" And she sot. good
notices in the' Broadway' .flop.
The. Levers.", .'.e.Wi, ;
rift1 alt- these entertainment
forms, she prefers' the New -York
stage; In fact, she isn't very en
thusiastic about rtouywooa ai au.
"In Hollywood," she says, I
nrnVn1 nn in the "morning wonder.
ing what I'll de-all day. In New,
JSerlS5 Z.XTV" old Junky placVThis one's in
ULFtJS tw h . v an old un-junky place, r
' ,7""- lY. -."' .f':.ii "The kids at school tease me
.. "wTOTO ,:r: about being on TV: And about be-
r ;.r! mmdllng genius; I'm -mius. My
' brother Steve. v teas"
V i t. ,'irae' about beui, jrth; di
nes. 1 was say iiig,;,: Yes, that's
right,' every once in a while, Fi Finally,
nally, Finally, got bored. So I started
saying' things in French instead
of -'Yes,, that's right." He never
noticed. JustN kept talking"
tia, urn imiiii riT miwiw 'fc mrir -H a, huh ai unrnr -i--nr t- i r r-- -t
"QUIZ KIDS" AND HOST: Left to right, rear, Peter Mailer, 11, Richard W. Cutler, I; front,'
s : Goodwin (Goody) Sehaefer, headmaster Clifton Fadiman and Robert Strom, 9.
r Sri yi
iw,,. I liJ :
MOVIIS TV JMD0
by Erskin Johnson
Ira m timer-;
WHO'S1 OOINO WHAT? Barry
Nelson: .He'll make his first ap
numnre since !'MV FaVOHte Hus-
ondhpcamfrhis favorite ex-parti
on the Producers Showcase ver version'
sion' version' of .."Happy- Birthday'' -over
Field will-be his leadmg birthday
. He's "ponmg ius
mension. He ,me;i
out "of this world
Mtinwhlle, back with the
adults, CliHon Fadiman twho hap hap-lly
lly hap-lly MCvthe CBS-TV "Quit Kids")
confesses that he's having the
time of his life.. He says doing
the show "Isn't t work if
more like a game for me.".
He also notes two oddities that
maybe you. can explain. :
"With the original 'Ouii Kids.'
he says,' "as .1 remember it, thi
Questions Were, more primary,
'ised to know most of the answers.
But not. ow we have toughe
and Off the Soundtrack: Holly.
wood's turning on the razzle daz
zle, again and- it's about time in
ao attempt to bolster the sagging
box office.! The local hoopla for the
premier? of "Trapeze,'; including
an afpr-theater circus party, and
1 -n s "prm i orts
tiifu.. ; tuat CwLu.ii feel.
ing jn 1 ujni Springs, was a ren
aissance of Hollywood glamor and
showmanship that should., .never
have been shelved.
; Even Daily Variety, the town's
leading trade paper, was im
pressed., with Editor Joe Schoen-
feld commenting in a "Bring Back
Glamor editorial: v r
"Box office conditions flow ob obviously
viously obviously demand ... a reversal of
the trend te make all the film stars
On prototypes of the nice dull boy
ana Birn wna iiva noxt daar
John Q. Public."
curl. Ltoeraeet ne s puiuuB :T-. vm. f
hl nfcift movie. Alier wai mw,"-".
loud flop, he's not .taking any i
chances. Robert Q. Lewis: He ill
tackle a new field next lau-le-gitimate
theater production. With
Sid Parnes, Hillard Elkms and
- Bernard Ilson, he'll produce a mu.
sical called "Solomon Grundy."
Or, maybe they'll call it Solomon
Q. Grundy. :
"But we have a shortage of
girls. There' ve only been two or
three on the show. We Just can't
get girls. Don t know why.",
Any smart girts in the bouse?
' Tide Fedderson is pulling an Al
fred Hitchcock. Hitch always gets
into his movies in some bit part.
Now Tido, who is the wife of Don
Fedderson, the producer of "The
Millionaire." is working the same
side of the street. Watch for her
so far, she's managed to get
in every one of her husband's
shows somewhere. ;
Chatting with tjult kM can be
frightening. Especially Robert
Strom, the nine-year-old Qui ; Kid
whiz who wants to be an astro astrophysicist
physicist astrophysicist or nuclear physicist
when he grows tap. Which could be
"This'w dynamic boy His mind
and his body keep moving all the
time. Take this conversation or.
maybe, monologue would be
"i wp& tit hate astronomy
when 1 was four. But one day it
was the day school started I was
Ti.itMi and I woke un early. It
-- .hmit nix n' clock. I saw a
t called it the six o'clock
Knw I like astrohomy,
- ra not a start on TV, weumarcned into the City National
maybe a medium.magnitude star Bank and Trust Co: and tnade the
. like Beta Centuri. I like TV bet-deposit. He is with the -Fulton
. ter than I thought I would. I was County National Bank and
on a TV show once and it was m'Trust Co,
JUST SO IT'S BANKED
GLOVERSVILLE. N.Y' (UP)
Banker Robert Quackenbush
was driving to work when be saw
a bright green bag in the middle
of a street. He took it to the po police
lice police station and found it contained
$85 in cash and $845 inindorscd
checks ready for deposit in a
rival bank. After checking the
rightful owner, Quackenbush
SIN-SATIONAf DO06LE FEATURE!.
: STARTS NEXT THURSDAY!
for Adults Only!
,fSXi RO ASH I
IACQ8Y CH gKlsKt
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
Neither side vuL
. Cast" SMrth West
Pass -14 Pass
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Opening lead 4
To Air Force Funds
840 kcs.t Panama Gty
' Today, Tuesday, June W
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (re-.
. (re-. quests taken by phone
5:35 What's Your FT0rlt the group approved an overall ap ap-.
. ap-. (cont'd) propriation of $34,983,734,000 to fi-
WASHINGTON. June 19 ttJPl -.
ine benate Appropriations Com
minee overrode tne samimstra-
tion yesterday and added 11.160.
000 to Air I'orce funds in the pres
ident s $33,600,000,000 military
About 800 million dollars would
be used to speed up production of
bz intercontinental let bombers
and other strategic war planes.
The administration originally ask
ed tor 15V billion dollars for the
air arm for the fiscal year start-
Mgjuiy l. ;-)
The committee vote on the in.
crease was 13 to J 2. it came as
Xong-time readers of 'this col column
umn column will recognise those words,
nB oeen saying tnem ever
since. Holly wood' adopted cold, big
business methods in. the' making
ouu aeumgu I movies.
Movie Deflation Note:
- Title of a forthcoming mnvta
"69 Washington Street," has been
reUtled, "54 Washington Street."
"For legal reasons." exmalni th.
Mamie Van Ooren and Ul have
caned it a day. She'll probably
pop Up next in a talafilm aria
with hubby, orchestra leader Ray
Anthony.-. Eddie Fisher's mov.
le contract for "Bundle of Jaw
calls for a bundle of money, too I
per cento t.rhe film's profits.
Joe E. Lewis says there is a scene
in his film biography. "Jolc.r, l
wild," in which he turns down a
8:00 Allen Jackson Commen
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
8:30 Broadway In Review
:45 Do It Yourself
7:00 Interlude For Music
7:15 HOW CHRISTIAN BCI-
. ENCE HEALS
7:30 VOA Report From U.8.
;P0-World Of Jaa
8:3(ALJfe With The Lyons
f:00-Yu Asked For It (
. i w' quest taken by phone
10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan
10 :45 Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00-Sign Off. i
Tomorrow, Wednesday, June 20
fl:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
. Club (requests taken by
phone till 7:00)
7:30 Momlnar Salon Concert
8:15 Church In The Wildwood
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News , l
9: 15 Sacred Heart
9:30-As I See It
10:00 News : ;
10:15 fi Dins and Needles (re
. . quests taken by phone
. tui 8:30)
ll:05-Splng and Needles
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:05 Lunch time Melodies
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The pioneers
1:45 French In The Air
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Music For You
3:00 Hank Snow And Hie
Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15-Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Wednesday
4:00 Feature Review
nance the armed forces in the new
The Air Force increase stemmed
from criticism of Democrats that
S. air supremacy to Russia by in- Ffif Alflfl
budg-s ws vstis
"Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis
Now Finished For Keeps
HOLLYWOOD, June 19 (UP) -i
)ean Martin and Jerry Lewis nave
-ailed it quits again, this time art art-:r
:r art-:r a hassle over Lewis directing
lartin in a picture. Lewis said
"It's now finished for keeps."
The crooner and the comic, for
nine years the top team in show
business, confirmed yesterdsy that
after a brief nightclub tour in the
East they will appear in movies
and on television strictly as sin
"We both knew it would Happen
eventually" Martin explained on
the aet of 'their last picutre togeth together,
er, together, ironically titled '.'Partners.
"Jerry has ambitions to be a di
rector, producer and writer, and I
don't fit into that scheme. I want
to be a better actor, and a better
singer. I want roles that will al
low me to sing .more."
The current trouble staided
whan Lewis wanted te direct es
well as co-star in their next
move, "Damon and Pythias."
Martin balked at Lewis' plans be because
cause because "I'm not a toed actor and
I need a good director." j
"I don't think Jerry is espable
right now to direct a IVi million
dollar picture" the singer said.
"tie snouio try someuung on ji
"Besides, I didn't like the role.
I didn't want to go through the
movie weiring a policeman's wiX.
I didn't think the story was Joo
"In the Martin and Lewis- fie fie-hires
hires fie-hires I've bad the same roles, one
after another. Doris Day has ask asked
ed asked me to co-star with her in the
movie version of "Pajama Game."
And I've asked NBC -to let me
have my own singing show, like
Perry Como's. That'a the kind of
thing I want to do."
Bill Would Limit
sisting on an austere defense
ei. t lai ai a a
The bill provides $1.348,86S,000l VnOnfllfin III AIAIlf
more than voted by the House. It
would appropriate $16,800,000,000
for the Air Force, 7tt billion dol dollars
lars dollars for the Army, 10 billion dol
lars for tne Navy, and 850 million
dollars for the Defense Depart
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn
don a, Johnson Tex said the huge
money bill will be brought up for
floor action on Thursday. He is
hopeful that the Senate will com
plete vote on it by Tuesday o:
WASHINGTON. June 19 (UP)
Ren. Henry S. Reuss asked Cos
gress today to take away from its
committee members the right to
spend unlimited quantities of gov
ernment-owned xoreign currency
while traveline: abroad. .-
The Wisconsin Democrat intro
duced a bill to require that such
spending be charged against the
committee's regular allotment of
funds which is fixed by Congress
The state Department mates a-
vailable to traveling congression
al groups foreign currency from
"counterpart funds" accumulated
under the foreien aid urogram.
Reuss said he was ''disturbed"
by stories alleging that some mem members
bers members of Congress have used such!
funds for 'personal expenditures"
rather than simply for trsvenng ex
All that a Junketing Congressman
needs now to get counterpart funds
available in foreian countries is a
letter from his .committee chair.
man stating that he Is traveling en
Martin and Lewis have
warring for nearly two years e.
vor various difficulties. A year
aee the pair split up when Lewis
went alone te a premiere of one
of their movies in the CatskUla.
But they reconciled with e eenti-
mental tone, 'Side by Side," en
their television shew. j
The two agreed to keep' busi business
ness business separate from pleasure, so
Lewis was not invited to Martin's
recent plushy birthday party ; at
L'Escoffier Restaurant But even
during business hours, friends
said, they "just own i get aiong.
They "came te the point where
they each wanted different things
out of life." i --
The team leaves next week foi
their' "swan song" together, mf ht
club appearances in Atlantic Cits
and then at the CopaeibsnS is
New York;. They were scheduled
also to entertain at The Ches Pa Pares
res Pares in Chicago. But Martin in
dicated there's still tension be
tween the two when ne s a i a
Whether we Play OUcawiae
pends on how we get a 1 e n f to
getter to. New jork.''
wm ine team oeoein uj uu
break? Martin admitted they;wil
not make as much money apar
as they did together. Lasr yew
they raked in 4 million dollars
"But we'll both feel better ani
we'll be, doing what we eatiLVaa
to do," he said., A
SS?.' f. JTl Sharett's wisdom snd knowledge"
(revests tak e n by lhe Baid. "I hope my service in
. ir post wUI be temporary."
5:30 News I Tha naur fnralirn minittor a &.
drink, r "Of course'' he says,1 5:35-r-What's Your F a T.O r 1 te yesr-old widow with two children,
Named As Israel's
Hew Foreian Envoy
JERUSALEM, June (UP) -Mrs.
Golda Myerson, a one time
Milwaukee schoolteacher, was
nsmed last night to replace Moshe
Sharett as foreign minister of Is Is-rael.
rael. Is-rael. :- : ,-. .. -;,
; Mrs. MverSori ts the second worn
an.ioreign minister .in nwory, ancroniciai ousweis. -'
tltA Anlv fln. miw ItnMlntf ttiM I nanaa ncfcraetan n W m it ta
The otner was Ana fauker whol chairmen mignt do more careiui a- irom diu iuiiuu nu t.
held the post in the Bed. Romanian! bout authorizing their members to Th8 Gables -; were married -.11
regime from 1947 until she was spend foreign currency, if it came, months ago. She. has two cji'l cji'l-purged
purged cji'l-purged in 1952. ; . lout of the committee budget, as hU'dren by her former marriage to
Pemier Dsvid Ben Gurlon told bill would provide. v a California sugar heir,
raruamem lormauy pat ansreu
nao resigned. as toreign minister.) afjasjsjssjsssssjssssflsSaV
He said tne caninet nas enoseo
Mrs. Myerson to hold the post
irora now on. X u
The Premier said the replace- S .W
ment of Sharett does not Indicate S 30
an coange in uraei jureigu pun.
Mrs. Myerson said she hopes
her new post will not be perma
Clark Gables H
Both In Hospitals
rrri t yrarcirtn innt ifl'TTTW-.
The Clark Gables were bothr tn
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital to today
day today but the famed actor--was
there merely to be close tet hls
wife, the former Kay flpreekels.
who entered the hospital lor
"observation." ., : t
There was' no explanation What
Mrs. Gable was being obsmea
for but friends of the eeupif re recalled
called recalled she lost her baby .lest No.
vember. e t ....
The 58-year-old star said "he
wanted to keep his wife compa company
ny company while she was hospitalized
and took a room next to hers rs
ther than drive in to see hir
they're going te hire a stunt man
Sign of the times note: NBC is
a 50 per cent aneel behind a new
film company organized by Joseph
juansiewicz, and now a national
magazine (Collier's) is talking
about purchasing a film company
(American Pictures).1 I
" Anita '. Ekbersj tossed1 it to a
French newsmen who au it ion ad
her: about' the lagan f "Ekberg
the Iceberg" following her mar
riage te Anthony Steel.-Said Anita:
"Tony is a warm-blooded man
who wouldn't want to marry me
if 1 was, an iceberg.?. 4
THE WITNET:.A little extra
doll was i talking to. Red Skeiton
and asked for some career advice.
Red asked her. jf. she. could sing.
dance or act. She confessed "no"
to all three
(contd) ihad been labor minister since 1949.
6:00 Allen Jackson Commen- Mordecai Namir, secretary gener gener-tary
tary gener-tary v 1 al of the Histadrut Labor Federa
ls BLUE RIBBON SPORTS tion, was th Cabinet's choice for
v REVIEW XPnbat Beer) ithe labor post.
6:30 Your Dancing Party The resignation of Sharett end-
6:45 MELACHRINO MUSI- ing. months of dissension between
7:00 Halls Of Ivy
7:30 VOA Report From U.S.
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Musical Theater
8:00 You Asked For It (re
- quests taken by phone
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
him and Ben Gurion. The two men
have been continually at odds since
Ben Gurion replaced 'Sharett as
premier lsst year, i
EXPENSIVE I UTTER
Cleared 01 Charge
Of Burglary In LA
LOS ANGELES, June 19 (UP)
Pianist's Llberace's vounger
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (UP). brother. Rudolnh. was cleared
Butter sold here for $10 a pound. I today of suspicion of burglary
mat was tne price tag on w charges by the city attorneys
pounds of butter salvaged from office which said there was no
turn Stanrial Mirh ffnyariai hit ovliianM tr hanlr im tha harff
iucii, .U cu, uu tc juDy me Apm 3 tornado, ine urandj young LlberaceA 24, was ar ar-what
what ar-what the picture business is look-Rapidg RetaQ Gorcers and Meat rested early Saturday when he
mg for Were trying to get awayDealers Assoc, used the proceeds pounded on the door of a San
from the star system. to heln food retailers in Standale i,mnr.o vallev residence and
' South had two chances for to
day's hand, but he limited himself NOT IN THE SCRIPT: Sam
to one of them. This was generous, GoWwyn, v about the new wide
but unwise. l. screens:.!
- West opened a trump, and East "The script is the foundation of
took the ace. East returned a all good entertainment. Without a'
trump, for lack of any better play, story, a picture falls flat. In the!
and South continued with a third new wide-screen processes, a bad
round. It was now up to South to story is twice as bad.",
make the key play. 1
South actually tried the hearts." THIS IS HOLLYWOOD, MRS.
forcing out West's ace. West shift- JONES: Burt Lancaster's nine nine-ed
ed nine-ed to the deuce of diamonds, and year-old son during a trapexe
South didn't know what to do! It clinch between Burt and Gina
would be foolish to trv the finesse. Lollobrioida in "Trapeze": "Gee.
if West had the king of clubs, for daddy, you're kissing her upside
then South could hold the club loss down...
to one trick. It would be equally! -
foolish to ignore the diamond fi-' William Gargan. will .star in
nesse if East had the king of clubs. Martin Kane" on mm in Lonaon
for. then South could not hold the'. V. "Otto Krugef has left Lux
club loss to one trick. (Video theater. Brod Crawford
South fretted and wondered, and; will direct half a dozen stanzas
finally guessed wrong. He tried the! in the next batch of 39 "Highway
diamond finesse, and wound up j Patrol" telefilms. He'd like to be.
losing one trick in each suit.
There was no reason for South
to hurry about the hearts. After
drawing the trumps, South should
have investigated the whereabouts
of the king of clubs. He could do
this by leading a low club towards
dummy s queen. If it won, he could
come a director some day, saying
"Then you don't have to worry
about your waistline, your hair hairline
line hairline or your teeth.". . Sale of
Warner Bros, studio to the Serge
Semenenko group put the red light
onall telefilm production. "Tem "Temporarily
porarily "Temporarily suspended" were the
I afford to refuse a diamond finesse 'words used nendine: future status
finesse later on. If it lost, he could' of the studio ... . Mixed up mar-1
recant the lead, with the ace of auee note in a double Din: ine:
Lli,K Mf1 tow tKa itiamnnil 'fitiAcea! AHirantiirAfl nt Pnhlntnn f!rusoe"l
f J L i L J L J L J L 1 J and. needed resort. '-"Lost in Alaska."
0.60 TODAY 0.40
' Great Fortune Night
Be one of the Ldckf Winners
of these Cash Prtxest.
1st Prize SlCW
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On the Screen:
Great Double Feature!
.' In Technicolor f '
Ray Milland Joan ColUns
, 'THE GIRL IN THE
RED VELVET SWING"
Robert Wagner -J)ebra Paget
aemauded that he be admitted
because he thought his wlte was
The film editor was picked up
by police ana booked on suspi suspicion
cion suspicion of burglary pending an in investigation.
vestigation. investigation. Deputy City Attorney Dan
White3lae said there was no
evidence upon which to base the
chargj because witnesses re refused
fused refused to sign any complaint a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst Llberace. The suspect
had baen released on a writ of
habeas corpus following his arrest.
India Sets Sights
On Textile Trade
For Next 5 Years
NEW DELHI, June 19 (UP) -j
India today announced plans to ex.
port one billion yards of textiles
each year for the next five years
Minister of Commerce and In
dustry V. T. Krishnamachari told
newsmen the sales program would
be aimed at India's trsditionsl mar market
ket market in Southeast Asia snd Africa.
He admitted India probably
would be fated with stiff competi
tion from Japan. Pakistan, Germa
any and Britain.
TODAY Pre-Release ;
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Sterling HAYDEN and Maria ALBERGHETTI
. and '-,
' ERNEST "MARTY" BORGNINE
Showing At Your Serrict Center Theatres Tonight ;
6:15 & 7:55
Glenn Ford & Nina Foch
TOMORROW (WeoM & THURSDAY!
6:15 ft 8:00
7:00 p m.
Martin Si Lewis 4
"II VI KIP, IT IIP"
Wednesday "The Aventnres of Sadle,
Rory Calhoun 8helly Winters
"The Treasure of Pancho Villa"
Wednesday "ONE DESIRE"- s
Frank Sinatra & Debbie Reynolds
. "THE TENDER TRAP"
kAABGABITA Humorous comedy for the entire family
Tukvu "THE HAPPY YEARS"
Wednesday "RUNNING WILD"
rP.ISTf)RAL Margaret Lockwood & Orson Welles. ,, ,,-ti
ti ,,-ti M "TROUBLE IN THE GLEN"-
Wednesday "THE PURPLE MASK"
. ,. ...u.... i ri v ,;j t.. t
PARAISO "Bad Men of Tombstone" k "Paris Follies ef
SANTA CRUZ Sterling Hayden, In THE ETERNAL SEA
CAMP BIERD "TEXAS CITY'' ft "THE COME ON"
f AGS EIG3T
TT3 PANAU AMERICAN AJI IXDET EXEUNT DAI1T NTWSrArTR
Wilson Making .Comiiskey
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.White Sox Hurler Wins
.'.'".'.''..'. '. v 7 '., V ."
Fifth Game For Chicago
- While Beating Ex-Mates
By CARL LUNDQUIST
NEW YORK, June 19 (UP) Pitcher Jim Wil Wilson
son Wilson is making his new boss, Chuck Comiskey of the
White Sox, look like a preuy suck iraaer.
The youthful Comiskey, who
'i n .tt.h the White
Sox after the departure of such
geniuses as mnk Lane and Paul
Kicnaras, swum '"""r,
21 that brought Wilson and
utility player Dave Philley to
Chicago! The White Sox gave up
pitchers Mike Fornieles and Con Con-Zv.
Zv. Con-Zv. t.h thlril baseman
, JtlBman ana w
lowl that Chicago had been
I0Sy the ex-White Sox boss,
trader- Frank Lane iscatching
heck in St. Louis for his "shim "shimmy
my "shimmy and shake" transactions and
the Baltimore fans are grumbling
at Richards for some of his
deals, particularly the one .-.in-,
Last' mgnt h-""s ----- ......
won his fifth game since don- . f f
nlng a Chicago uniform and the, 1 1 t Mp( StAK
.': 2 seven hit triumph was his U.e. llCl Jldli
seconder the Orioles since the ;
trade was maae.
ttw nrt Jnhnnv Temnles
single. Lawrence gained credit
fn rha ulrtnrv hU eivhth with-
lout loss, in relief, jablonskl hit
Cincv's 87th homer in tne jpurin.
Soahn held Pittsburgh to
iirht hit nn a homer by
"OV j.-.i. i 3.
jacK snepara. joe aocock kcl
up his hitting streak with a
tan-run rinnhle far Milwaukee.
lit was the third victory without
a defeat for new Miiwauseo iu-
lot, Fred Haney. y
Thar war. Tin other tramCS
scheduled in either league.
YESTERDAY'S STAR Pitch Pitcher
er Pitcher Jim Wilson of the White
Sox, who won his fifth game
since eom'ng from the Orioles,
a 5-2 seven-hitter over bis ex-mates.
Richards, the former White
Sox manager who completed
the deal for Baltimore, is that
only Nieman has done much
for the Or"oles. He has been
hitting wefl but Kell has bn
IJiort and the two pitchers have
been just so-so, -But,
Wilson, who has a 9-3
mark-now., has turned I in one
good ame after another, And
in last night's triumph, which
kept toe ronner-up Chicagoans
5V, games behind the leading
.AiT... nhniav uin was a
prominent figure. H. scored two
Fornieles, for 10 hits.
The Yankees topped the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers at Detroit, 7-4 on the mar margin
gin margin of Mickey Mantle's three three-run
run three-run homer in the eighth,- per perhaps
haps perhaps the longest blast ever de delivered
livered delivered in Briggs Stadium. The
ball cleared the roof of the pjrk
at the 350-foot mark where the
. . i ilftaar.
Tnpnrnecner wus ,,7 ?;v
hlh l , r Calif., came through with
The Athletics wok advantage aeciaing victory
.lnnrnr riafansivA Tliav DV
Washington to defeat the Sena Senators
tors Senators 4-3 as Alex Kellner turned
in a seven-hitter for his fourth
triumph against, two losses.
Kansas City made 11 hits.
. in 0e statistical traffic jam
'In the National, League, Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati again moved into first
place by defeat'ng the Phil Phillies,
lies, Phillies, 7-4 in 10 innings while
lefty Warren Spahn of the
, Braves beat the upstart Pi Pirates
rates Pirates 4-2 at Pittsburgh and
dropped them into second,
half a'game behind. It was the
first time this year Pittsburgh
Inst thraa. In a row.
Cincinnati put over three runs
in the 10th on singles rjy Tea
Klusewski and Frank Robinson,
a sacrifice by Ed Bailey, Ray Ja Ja-blonskt's
blonskt's Ja-blonskt's walk, Roy McMillan's
)ngle, Brooks Lawrence's sacrl-
Take Dead Aim
TYWTVYN Jima 10 (XTP)
America's powerful tennis forc forces,
es, forces, having won the Wightman
Cup m a t c hes for the 20th
straight lime, moved aneaa in
thftlr nmuntlnni for tha Vflim-
bledon championships next week
i by competing today in the sec
ond round 01 ine lxmaon urass
Courts Tourney, i
The United States complet completed
ed completed a. 5-8 Wightman Cup win
over Brftaln at Wimbledon yes yesterday
terday yesterday the first time since
the end of World War II that
, the British girls had managed
to win as many as two match matches'
es' matches' In the series.
1 VmmAt lXrlTnltlatr1n,n jV amnlAn
Louise Brouh of Beverly Hills,
ign- wiui I""
in the Cup
The inanguration ef the new
General Jose Remon race
track, originally scheduled for
June 25, has been pvstpened
until some time next month,
according to an announcement
made last night by Min ster of
the Treasury Mayor Alfredo
' Unofficial sources said the
new opening date will be set
for late i July.
- Work on the multi-million
dollar modern racing plant
has been almost completed.
Idle Miami Marlins
Move Info Third
Spot In Inf. League
NEW YORK, June 19(UP)
The idle Miami Marlins were
shoved out front today in the
three-way battle for third place
in the International League.
' The Marlins took ovtr the
'show" spot by a half-lenghth as
the. Toronto Maple Laais, who
had been in third, dropped a 4-3
10-lnning decision to Havana. Ed
Blake of the Leafs entered the
ninth with a 3-2 lead but yield yielded
ed yielded a run in the ninth and an
other in the 10th to lose. Angel
scuii s single scored Manito Ber Bernard
nard Bernard from second with the win winning
ning winning run.
' The Leafs now lead' the fifth.
place Cohimbus Jets .by Just onc onc-percentaga
percentaga onc-percentaga point.
The Jets blew a chance to gain
ground last-night when they
aroppea a a-3 game to the Buf Buffalo
falo Buffalo Bisons, the Bisons scoring
ah meir runs m ine sixth in
Rochester and Richmond were
rained out and Montreal and
Miami were not scheduled.
jforfay Encantq .25
Dane Clarki In
, Cesar Romero, in
. "FAX GIRL"
jr&fov IDEAL 30 .IC
"PANTHER GIRL OP THE
kumuu" unaps. i a
PRIDE OF MARYLAND"
v "BEYOND THE LAST
2, J J
Ynatcha nrhfn tha ralllarl tn Am
feat Angela Buxton of England.
S.K H.S .t .Aha. olsn tAomdH
with Shirley Fry of St. Peters Peters-burgh,
burgh, Peters-burgh, Fhu to win a doubles
match from Miss Tluvtnn and
I Angela Mortimer, 82, 6-2. '
Tne British were aengmed
with the two victories posted by
their young players in the con concluding
cluding concluding matches Shirley
Bloomer's 6-4, 6-4 victory over
Mrs. Dorothy Head Knode of
Forest Hills, N.Y., and Miss
Mortimer's easy 6-4, 6-3 victory
over miss ry.-..
wnue these matcnes were oe-
lnr halrf at Wimhlfidnn ftction st
the Queen's Club here saw six
American men ana tnree Amer
ican gins score iirst-round vic victories
tories victories in the London Grass
Advancing In men's play
were Ham Richardson of West West-field,
field, West-field, NJ Sammy Giammalva
f Houston, Tex, Gil Shea of
Los Angeles, Bob Perry of Los
Angeles, Barry MacKay of
Dayton, Ohio, and Ronnie
Holmberr of Brooklyn.. :
Movinor ahaaH in women's Tilav
vara TUtrlana Hard nf VTnntnhal.
Io, Barbara Scofleld Davidson of
Milwaukee, wis.; ana Betty ros ros-enquest
enquest ros-enquest Pratt of Montego, B.W.I.,
iormeny or soucn orange,
len Morris of Atlanta. Ga Bud
Kooinson oi Denver, papio ais
Fleits of Long Beaclv Calif., and
iu Aarum oi uorai uaoies, r ia.
(10 Innings) ,-'
Toronto 200 000 010 03 9 1
Havana 001 101 001 14 11.
Blake. Hetkl (10) and Rwai
ski; Lane, Hat ten (9) Sanchez
U0), Frioi (10) and Dotterer.
WP: Friol: LP: Blake. HR: Nich
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Annual July 4fh Swim Meet
To Be Held At Balboa Pool
I i : i
v. k .... .Vay"' v
The annual July 4 Swim Meet
will be held at the Balboa Pool at
10 a.m. No entry forms will be is
sued for competitors. All indivi
duals desiring to compete should
report to the pool not liter than
9:45 a.m. on the day oi the meet
The meet will be open to all stu
dents of the Canal Zone U. S.
Schools, the Armed Forces and
The meet wul be conducted by
physical education personnel of
Division of Schools.
No medals or trophies will be
awarded, certificates will be pre
sented to tne winners of 1st, and
3 rd places.
- (NEA Telephotos)
EXCHANGING UNIFORMS St. Louis Cardinals second base-
man Red Schoendienst (right) and New York Giants shortstop
Alvln Dark (left) were two of the eight players involved in a.
trade between the two teams. The Giants also got catcher
Bill Sarni, pitcher Dick Littlefield and outfielder Whitey Lock'
man, catcher Ray Katt and pitcher Don Liddle. There was
no cash involved.
Vernon, Repulski Regain
Lead At Their Positions
In All-Star Team Voting ;
Froats. Weiss (1). Coleman (6)
and Sherry, Tompklnson (6);
Herbert, Wqolridge (6), Spicer
(8) and Noble. WP: Weiss: LP:
liiirr'Ti'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii' "iT'i r -r..r-j
NEW YORK.' June' 19-i(0P)-
Flrst baseman Mickey -Vernon
of the Boston Red Sox and left
fielder Rip Repulski of the St
Louis Cardinals moved back in
to the lead at their positions to
day in the balloting by fans lor
the. two Major League All-Star
Both vemon and -; Repulski
had been leading In the tabula tabulation
tion tabulation of ballots 'until Sunday
when Vic Werti of the Cleveland
Indians went ahead, of Vernon
and Frank Thomas oi piwsourgn
temnorarilv eclipsed Repulski.
The nlavers nicked will comprise
the starting lineups ior me ah ah-Star
Star ah-Star Game at Washington, July
AH ef the other leaden stoon
pat. Mickey Mantle, the center
fielder of the New York Yan Yankees
kees Yankees was the Individual leader
with 27,983 votes, followed by
his team mate, catcher Yogi
Berra with 26,307.
Commissioner Ford- F r 1 e It
whose office i countine the bal
lots sent in by newspapers, radio
and TV stations, said the poll
RlcMes nn Friday. He asKed an a
gencles handling ballots to send
alone all on hand: as soon as
possible to facilitate final tabu
' American league V
First base: Mickey Vernon,
Boston. 13.058: Vic Wertz, Cleve
land. 10.605: Bill Skowron. Newi
York, 2,426r Roy Siever3, wasn-
lngton, 2,185; .vie rower, xi.ii'
sas City, 2,085.
Second base: Nelson Fox, Chi-
caeo. 12.514: Buiy ooooman bus'
ton,.. 7.172; Bobby Avila, Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, 5,871 J BUly Martin, New
York. 3,392; Pete Runnels, Wash-
Th rd base: George Ken, eai
tlmore. 9,052r Ray Boone, De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, 7.506; Al Rosen, Cleveland,
6,251; Eddie Yost, Washington,
Shortstop: Harvey Kuenn. DC'
trolt. 22.880: Chico Carrasquel,
Cleveland, .3,426: Gil McDougald,
New York. 2.488.
Left field: Ted wtiimms. bos-!
ton. 16.424: Minnie Mifloso. Chi
cago, 5,051 : Charley Maxweu,
Center fieldf Micsey- Mantir,
New York, 27,983; Jim Plersal',.
Right new:1 Al Kaune, DetroiT.
16.275: -Hank Bauer, New yo:k
790: Jackie Jensen, Boston, 3,
669; Jim Lemon, Washington,
Catcher:" YOgl Berra, -New
York, 26,307. (Second place is
- Herb Score
CONDITION OK Herb Score,
Cleveland's left-handed 'iireball
thrower, is back to torment A-
merican League batters, following
DUCKS- 6IT BIRD HOUSES
IN NORTHERN NEW YORK
WATERTOWN, N.Y. (UP) -Conservation
have put up bird houses for ducks
near this northern New York
Nearly 50 of the galvanized tteel
houses, provided by sportsmen's
clubs, have been placed in marsh
areas for wood ducks, a migratory
bird that usually returns to the
same area each year.
The houses, placed in trees
from eight to 23 feet off the
ground, are about a foot square
and are two feet high. Ad auto automobile
mobile automobile undercoatinf is used inside
the house to give baby ducks
1000 spoMess reonw
StRslble ratu include radio
Many Alr-Cm)IHttd t TV
ON TIMES SQUME AT RADIO CITY
r jj mil mm mm
Sherman Lollar of Chicago with
First base: Dale Lornr. Pitts
burgh, 23,666; Ted KluszewskV
Second base: Red Schoendi Schoendienst,
enst, Schoendienst, New York. 18.028: Johnnv
Temple, Cincinnati, 4,806; Genei
DB.er, umcago, 4,3; junior
Gilliam, Brooklyn, 1,410. :
r Third base; Ken Boyer, St.
Louis. 15.056: Eddie Mathew
Milwaukee, 9,883; Ray Jablonski!
bnortstop: Ernie Banks. Chi
cago, -14,306; Peewee R e e se,
Diuuitiyn, ,M8; dick Groat
Pittsburgh, 3,819 ; Roy McMillan:
Cincinnati, 3J17; Alvin Dark,
oh muia, 3.U0U. '
Left field : Rln Kenulskl St.
IiOuls, .. 8,408; Frank Thomas
Pittsburgh, 7,864: Del Ennls,
rnuaaeipnia, 4,078; Frank Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, Cincinnati, 2,644; Bobby
tiiuuiiHm, mu wauitee. 2,53s.
Center ; field: Duke snider.
oiuu&iyu, wiiiie Mavs
New York, 7,307; Gus Bell, Cin Cincinnati,
cinnati, Cincinnati, 6,428; Richie Ashburn
Right field: Stan Must a;, st.
Louis, 18,982; Lee Walla, pttts-
burgn. 4,880: Wal v Post f'in.
cinnatl, 4,424; Hank Aaron, Mil-
catcher: Roy Carnnanella.
oiuuujru, io,u; Ea Bailej
Cincinnati. 4.860: Del r-ranilaf
MUwaukee, 3,348; Bill Sarnl, New
xorK, 3,uo3; stan Lopata, Pb.Ua
Order of Events
1 3 meter diving men and
women, (one required dive front
dive, playout; and five required
2 20 mt. breast stroke girls
10 ana under.
3 20 mt. breast stroke boys
10 and under
4. 20 mt free style girls I
e ana unaer
5 20 mt. free style boy
6 and under ;.
6 40 mt. free style girls
12 ana unaer
7 40 mt free style boys
12 ana under
8 80 mt. back stroke girls
14 ana unaer
9 80 mt. back stroke boys
14 ana under
10 20 mt. back stroke girls
id ana unaer
11 20 mt. back stroke boys
io ana unaer
12 40 mt. breast stroke girls
is ana unaer
13 40 mt. breast stroke boys
12 ana unaer
14 100 mt. breast stroke
15 100 mt. breast stroke men
16 80 mt. free style girls
14 ana unaer
17 80 mt. freestyle boys
14 ana under
18 20 mt. free stylo girls
iu ana unaer
19 20 mt. free style boys
10 And under .
20 100 mt back stroke wom
en 'i' t
21 '100 mt. back stroke men
Seme Old Story
New York Ab
McDougald ss .... 4
Siebern If 4
Berra e 4
j vjiuia id ...
Noren rt ........
Turley p ........
Larsen p ........
Editor: CONRADO SAKUEAN1
St Louis v .
t TODAY'S GAMES ..
St. Louis at Brooklyn (N)
'Chicago at New York (N)
Cincinnati at Philadelphia (N)
(Milwaukee at Pittsburgh tN)
YESTERDAY'S REsm ts ...
Cincinnati 002 100 CIO 3 7' 11 'l
Phila.; v ooo 000 310 ftt m i
. jencoat, Freeman, Lawrence
io-u; sna alley.,
Haddix (4-3) and Lopata.
Milwaukee 201 nnn nn(L a
Pittsburgh 000 200 000-2 8
opan o-gj ana Crandall
lUine (6-S). Faca nrt
Only games scheduled.
Detroit -.. .'.
.509 8' i
Baltimore at Chicago (N) ';
Washington at K.-Clty (N)
Boston at Cleveland (N)
New York at Detroit ;
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 1
New York 020 020 037 8
Detroit 201 CM nnn..
mriey, Larsen (4-1) and Ber Berra.
ra. Berra. Foytack (4-5), M a a s and
CAMDEN. N.J. CNV.kt win:.
Hartack heads for rhi ffA flv-
"rten State Park meeting to
u me buj oi tne riding for Calu-
Miev t arm. ..',:-.
Baltimore OrjO 000 101-2 7 2
Chicago i; 020 000 12x 5 10 0
Wight (3-1), Fornieles, Schmit
Wilson (9-3) and Lollar.
(Night Gamei .,'
Washington 000 012000-3 7 S
Kansas City 200 002 OOx 4 11 2
Griggs (1-4),. Byerly and fltz-Gerald.-
. 1 ;
Kellner 5-2) and Thompson.
Elks Basketball League
Gets Underway Toiiiqht
s ana under .f.,.-r -' -r .-
23 20 mt free style boys
8 and under -r H'i 1
24 40 jnt' back; stroke f-girls
n sna unaer if-h ,
25 40 mt back stroke boys
12 and under w- .. m
26 80 mt. breast, stroke girls
-14 and under
27 80 mt breast stroke boys
1 ana unaer
28 100 mt free style. wom-
, ' 1 ' i
29 100 mt. freestyle .. men.
In RP Cage Lesgus
ly HIRBERT MOISI
The Chesterfield Colonites, final finally
ly finally broke into the win column Sat Saturday
urday Saturday as they outscored Cigarrillos
Panama in a blistering finish that
saw a half-time Cig. Panama five five-point
point five-point lead melt and finally mould-
ea into a 73-67 uiesterueld win.
The win placed the defending
champs in a three-way tie with
duardia Nacional and Cig. Pana
ma, each winning one and losing
I 'one. Anouier uiesterneid win could
0 again place them in another three-
I way ue, tnis time for the league
31 7 8 27 5
Boiling 2b .......
Belardi lb V......
Kaline rf ........
Foytack p ...,
Maas p ......
5 i ) leadership. (They played last night
out as oi tnis writing, this writer
has received no news of the out
come of the game.) This tie will
be created if the current and unde
feated league leaders, Cerveza
Balboa lose their next outing.
Last Saturday's match between
the cigarette quintets proved to be
a reai tnruier as the first half end
a1 with Panama AnM.nHM & a.
I- "Mania ClljuUlg M OQ-dJ.
lead following a hectic nip.and-tuck
oaiue. in uus period of play, Pa
nama's Yao, a holdover from Na
uunaust uima, uarmo, A g a r d,
McDonough and Peralt thrilled
the fans with fancy ball-handling
and sharp-shooting. The champs
who have appeared as slow start
ers in their two outings, kept close
ana at: umes moved slightly a
It was not until the second half
. jthat the Chesterfield Quintet real really
ly really burned the pace as they outscor-
- a : .a ... .
w weir nvaia a points 10 31, AS
the period began, Rodolfo (Flf I)
Totals 34 4 6 27 8
a-Struck out tor Foytack in 8th S
020 02C 030-71
201 010 0004
speeded his offense and finally
caught up with. Cigarrilos Pana-
.U1 1U .m, ,t exscti, midwav in the
sttmmapv u,r.iH t.r.,0"d Vioi .Jos Noel underhand-
sea'-MI: Colem2: Md7u:
gald X Mantle 3. Belatdi a.'tT.ttW.SSh
Brideweser, Boone.'. Doubles
Carey 2. Brideweser. Triples:
Skowron. HR:McDoiis!d Man
tle, Belardi, Boone. Stolen bases:
Carey. Tuttle. Sacrifices: cole-
man 2, Foytack. Doublpplay
Kaline to House.. Left on base:
New York 3. Detroit 10. Bases on
balls: Turley 5, Larsen 1, Foy Foytack
tack Foytack 3. Maas 1. SO. Turley l.
Larsen 3. Foytack 7. Maas 1. Hits
off: Turley 3 in 2 S-3: Larsen 3
in 6 1-3; Foytack 8 In 8: Maas 0
in 1. Runs and earned runs:
Turley 3 and Larsen I and 1,
Foytack T and 7, WP: Larsen (4-
1). LP: Foytack (4-S).
Mention should be made of the
wonderful ball-handling of Nando
Tom, Isaae Peltinovich and Rober
to hmith. Chesterfield as a team
looked much better, serving no notice
tice notice that more things are to come
as Cecilio Williams rounds into bet better
ter better condition.
For the fourth straight vaar tha
Elks Lodge ,1414 of Balboa is spon sponsoring
soring sponsoring a four team haakathall
22 20 mt free ityle girls J league made up of boys from the
naiDoa t,.nior Ugh School.
All of the games will be ntavrrt
on Ttifday anj ihursday nights at
tne uaiDoaj dynmasium. The first
games will begin at 7 p.m. and the
second games, will begin at 8 p.m.
Meeting tonight in the curtain
raiser wul be the Wolverines a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Hawkeyesand in the
second game the Badgers will take
on the wudcats. Both of these con
tests should prove to be excitine.
There is no. admission charge to
these games and the public is cor
dially welcome to attend.
Rosters of the teams are as fl.
" .,' ''i "":..",' V'i. i' .,'':';.'
Morris, Kenneth Captain
Chalmers, James. '" " "-Chanis,
Chanis, "-Chanis, Rolando. 1 ;
Hamilton, Thomas. ;
Meade, Ronald. ;
Barbara, Raul, Captain.
Kirkland, George. ..
" ; HAWKEYES '-';"
- Winklosky, Dan,' Captain.
, Culbreth, Roy.
Thompson, Lane. s
Fearon, rnhprt. "
- Pearson, Chester. f
Sutherland,' Owen,' Captain
Cunningham, Thomas. V
' Watson, James.
Des Londes, Danny.
CHICAGO (NEA) T. Nelson
Metcalf retired as athletic director
of the University of Chicago.
Discharging cargo Miami,
Leading for Miami
'SKirrus i::.?cam$ kpcxtexs
For Sailing Date and Complete Schedule. Consul!
Balboa Telephone: 1251
Cristobal Telephonei 2161
Main Office: Miami. Florida
TrW, IL'NE 19, 135S
TEX fAJiAMA AMERICAN AS PCPEFEXDENT DAM NEWSPAPER
f;7ier Afenous Wre
cc Or P
defending Not To Be
rt!TR trick Linda lewis, five-year-old trlclf shot artist of
Along The Fairways
m.. im! p w r,.A. tourney
held at Ft. Amador Golf Club on
..,,. nnit a cuccess.
n.... thk Unrest number 01
-i.i iro Ant u far this vear: ai
Kill LUVl ww"
so, four new members. There were
also some nice scores turned in.
Connie Bishop and Lynn Jones
'.., :. t..., .t with fit. CI CO
T...n. and Katin Call took low
..Uk sn I, Knnth had sec
ond low net with 69; N. Biggs and
Louise Jones, n; a.
Hadley and, M. MaUory, 74; Eve
Wrieht. 76: W. Banks and d.
Hughes, 77 J. Morris, R. Krueger.
". 'n, 7S It was BOOd 80-
ing girls considering the weather
m.. n vprv'v nice
ii.. n.norlv Dilfpr,-Alsoi
manna W .v,.. ,. ; T;-i
i,nVt t .TatVc Shor for a tulaot
L. Hadley vs. M. Dalton -A.
French vs. B. Ditfer
; M. Hastings vs. H. Schull.
H. Serger vs. R. Cherry
J. Stirewalt vs. M. Shilling
R.- Daniel vs, PDickerson
E. Weber vs. Bye
V. Pavlick vs B. Hayter
D. La Croix vs. M. Brewster
M. Taylor vs. J.-Simpson
H. Owen vs. Bye ;
The next P.W.G.A. tournament
t. hM t Ft Davis Glub
t,i 91 Th will h a luncheon
and presentation oi pnies mc
Isshmian Handicap Tournament.
Let's see a really good turn out
and more new members.
FT. DAVIS LADI6S BAY
Wi Pavlick won W'HiiF for two
y JIMMY BRESLIN
wur vnir fvrii Marty
Marion walked into the hotel din
ing room and at jus tuu
SUTO UIAw mm c
rt a, in wniis av
labored through a small glass oi
iranse luice. Dlliea Wiw F
tea. He didn't even, bother to
't Hnnt think" I'M jonni mM
it this year," Slats Marion said
ir. H.itinfl umrt vvitv veil.
t.ll-intf skhAIlt Whit
luaiiuu w .
m-anftfrinir ft contender
mi! HIU -U& iUMiaawB
does to nerves. Hia actions back
up his statement. '. ...
toughest part of the late rush for
the pennant, manon w -.it
in th lime dininK room and
wrlr hie tvav throush Mulce, al
half niaT or oaLnican
uiuab i .
i nir !! a nipri m ioisi.
Kinsa l uiu r- j .t
Here it's only mid-June andtte
guy can t put nail mat mucu uw
his jumping stomacn.
; hnxinesi.'1 Marty noted, "or
you'ra pretending not t ba one.'
whan vau leak over the rest of
the American League managers,
ifMi' aaMiiifi n a vai in kiv c
Casey Stengel... Bucky Harris
tney seem w nue uuwi
ven tn mosi errur-iuieu fiwva
with nothing visibly wronf.
rpkak Nealiiinskl I IBUC OBB
i frvr the Mr. Wor-
ried" crown in Bill Rigney t me
oii-in into the clubhouse at the.
Polo Grounds and announcing; "1
, ahmit four this
mnrnina men oeciucu &
nough rest. So l got up ana
cisci a bit by walking tne uoor.
V'.. -t. aranHBlltf WMlt IntO
. ..4 ramaincri that V1V.
Rigney stiU u trymg to, get that
UiKllV IVVK' . a aaaa
I don't blame him,", Marion
-.si 1 urviM vmi ins it' temble.
SeUUi fiaat.a w- M,
You sit dowa and try ana ngure
k vnn ran atraishten it out for
J "5 M-,a a t".J
TO JUe, K gC "IACU
..in I'm sfrsiil We T XUUI1 jvbc
u a MAt 1 How v
lt.ii ihav nlnvPM VOU llBVe l
kat sW ir YOU
your xijiiiiiiauu w- --
- .at a niav th same eight
Ifellows these days. You're always
changing. Like toe game wim
,, . i thrM ninch : hit-
rn iised six. 1 useo wui
liOA 0 waia-rf ..
pitchers, he used nve.
RIGHT OUT OF COOK
V cs r TO BS MOOS.
r": 7 fat prrcnEM,) A. Ji
Stengel Claims 'Slider
Causes Most Sore Arms
By STEVE SNIDER
NEW YORK. June 19 (UP)
r.. e nf thf vani.ees.
an om-umer du ratcv -.
. nM iHa. neverthelr.ss
has a beef against the 'slider
lavoriie pucn oi so -uumij
ern major leaguers,
the most sore arms
Rumors In recent months hav
California "stealing" the U.S.
tennis championships from For.
est Hills, N.Y., but eastern offi
cials apparently arm, wornea
...they're offering at $100 one
reserved seat at all sessions of
th nat.tnnala fnr th next five
Tt i.a.isps' years in th bis: Forest Hills Sta-
tnd is the dium.
,.&CAUS TUB 0UN6
BECOMING BASBBALL'S, V.'
TOP Kj&HTY HtTTeZ; 4kjL
Problem: 70 Games
Bis ft I
By HARRY GRAYSON
Va aklkMSmif luaala and VOU
have to know your men andau
.-.i. t. .t;V 'am in.i So VOU final
yourself walking around figuring
1... ttnn tin vnur mind ana
then you ass youiu, u
nut In fflMTf'
of Lonlt" sco t" h and weekl'Tunnlng. Dort Cram had I W
thanks, too, to National Distilleries
for three bottles of "Royal, Mount
iria whA had not pre
viously qualified for the Isthmian
Handicap Tournament,., which is
II. ki. ...-nnt nr the next two
Tran U1K CTM'1 ...
months, played tbeir &J
eamos in conjunction with
Connie Bishop took honorf as med-
This Is a handicap "tournament
j ..AAon iiath must be clayed
in case of ties. Matches may be.
played at Ft. Amador any time
Tuesday through Friday. The
. nn Mnnriav and U0
matches may be PlJ
12:30 p.m. on Saturday and 10 30
m. on Sunday. Matches-for this
numii must be nlayed by June
Please contact your opponent- as
soon as possible. V """"'
The line i' up is as follqws: .,
C. -Bishop vs. M. MaUory-.,
S. Carpenter vs. M. Sewcll
Louise Jones, vs. B. Hughes ;
N. Biggs vs. M. Bncolo
Lynn Jones vs, J. Morris
jt m wwr ; Hodges. .234
"It's like a quiz game In reverse if
hi only money' paidout is What .. how,
lyo'a Old Men rallied rather adinir-
ably in the west, out reiurueu wm
v.tiv under-Dublicized problem.
, Sun Rnv Camoanella just to
. ... nf th anripnts 11 bat
tina .304 at EbbeU rieia as fgam
1.163 on the roaa.
-.,. hit at laaat eiphl flV balls
u. ... that wnnlil hava been
home runs in the bandbox t on the
Gowanus. The uoagers wiu stv
havinff field davs -agam in Flat-
bush-CimoU, .130; Walker, .167;
Nelson, M76; vampaneua, ..i.
n -1. . ah II, m, m MIL .MM.
uio.. 9ii' Furillo. .245; and
.pounded tari.tb.h.M.X Ue, whit
once said that nea use io v
wrnnt. Miptev Mantle play a w seven-sine oi uon nw, .r"",..':'.
Brook-Mickey. ... Hl, mnt oact si cks to the hard
Km. sr' r'"u.els.. .'i;;. 7h Ph.nw. a oitrher going
Wor f .no",e'" '.Hlrt: rout, it Ebbets' Field throws
Ktt FhhPt, Field, rrac- 75 curves.
main reason a ioi.oi i ... M.
lers lack control he (rambled iRt-it ch ChamDIOIl
Sugar Ray Robinson now calls aafi laaia vuuiiiH
BoboO)son "the jaw-for obvious
reasons ana auo reieie. m bji rvl
t... art lM.nn at .'the W W -.
mmith" because Art is a free-l
wheeling talker outside ine ring
Marty Marfan t ine wmw
Sex ta tilihly pleased w'th the
rookie shortstop he gambled on
so heavily when he agreed to
trade Chlco Carrasquel le
Cleveland ... Marty says Ms
rookie, Luis Aparicio, not only
is fielding as advertised bat fc
rett'nf more timely hit. than
V. hail a rlrht ta exnect.
wnrv ralhoun. unbeaten mid
dleweight trained by Rocky Mar Mar-ciano's
ciano's Mar-ciano's former Svengall. Charlie
nnlHman shoots for No. 22 in
his first main event at Maditon
Squar Garden June 22.. .ins toe
is Willie Vausnn of Los Angeles,
pomlno- east fnr .the first time.
Bandleader Guy Tmbarao is
ulnwln rlnwn . he sold his
speedboat to devote all summer
to his promotion ot 'Show Boav
an outdoor theater at Jones
The souvenir program for
the U.S. Open Golf Tourna Tournament,
ment, Tournament, s 24-page tern, includes
spectacular aerial color photos
of each bole Instead of those
dry-as-dust pen and ink d a a-grams
grams a-grams usually employed te
show the layout of a tourna-
aunt mu hmt atnnt Tft.
Tired of the heat already? The
Golf And Health : :
BIRMINGHAM, Eng. (NE)'- i.v
On a physician's advice last fall, V.
latin r aharrll laft achnnl to d(l iWt
I nothing' but play golf in an effort t r r
to recover ms neaitn. .
IF tr Rakimll alocVv.. hlnruT'".?"
son of an importer,, is the young.,,,
est British Amateur champion in
history. He had never touched ;i, ,itf.
club until four years ago.
nahirrall' virlnrv In" fialef '-
sweeping across the Troon course''""-
in Scotland from me cmnei orm
came shortly after a 20-year qhp-
South African protessionai, u a tj
Player, won a medal play tournaS ''
ment in England, in gou. me young
aueen's empire is counting ob1'1"
Mr. F117 Keens
Right On Going
With Bold Huler ;:?
Ucally every fly ball hea jim
would be a nome run.
,'The pitcher has to near oojrn
Aa' now nirn ni r.uueia a. iviui
,sy Smoky Alston. "He tries to
" J. L.U 4U. Kail An th
ground.' A single bad pitch otj
hanging curve can be fatal. There
.: i. i, hall hitters, you
know, and every one of them is an
...H. tact Werlnri8V'and JL0U1S6
Johnson took the prue for low.piltu
it....nii meattnef wax held ana
as many of our regular members
. .,.it luncheon in conjunction
with the awarding of prizes for
the recent ringer roumameui
rv.. jiii ha a 9-hole toums
ment on Wednesday, June 19 prior
.. a...... nvriA la 1 a
to ine luncneon.' mijuuv
. t.j ..4 haa not hen contact
.j .all vnnr T.aaie.t Day
.hairman. lean Stirealt at toco
, irm vnnr TUfi!A V a 1 1 v
Berg, professional golfer, received
Award of the Fraternal Order of
Eagles as the outstanding woman
thelete last year.
SYRACUSE (NEA) The 13
..n.... ..t.r.H in the Tntercolle
:.. o.n.tta at Take Onondaea
h.ri in rrews rowinf in varsity and
yon give wo Uw.w, .,.,
' u.firf.a Rianev.1- the' National
r ..... .i...a wnhhv Brasan ot
Pittsburgn iveir up iu
.' eollnnlnff hor
rors in the past by putting on mad
house antlCS 10 OOincr y.."
, .4 T .ak HmnirN.
USl su --r-"-;
This year ne cracaeu "-."-'
. rcianta arc a last
Ini I outburst saw Wm storm inti
XT. wr.t riubhouse and slap -a
few fine for .poor ptoy,
But Marty Marion
still rates nn..r
couldn't and sUU he alive, ne
i... k...,' ahnnt th Tiitrhers?
,1.. riM Scant, i "Where the
Brooks hitters figure to pick up in
park, wnere even incvuecy v..-
. fi.u .t.-H. nAtf.irnn in,, -a.K
ibay is sure to be overloaded with
ume-armeu ... u
- That s oeen nroonyn iubvu;
more recent ear --''"
nru.a siaa. iiAiffsirei rniim ueivii eui
nUed the majors with pitchers if
a.... whacked themselves
out trying to get guys out in that
"So. vou have constant arm and
shoulder trouoie newcomne ci-
1.1,1.. T n.c PnHrcc Mcver SDDOn-
er,' RoebUCK, MtiiiKen,. young won
Drysdale. You could go on ana on.
Remember Harry Taylor Burt
shntinn said he was one of the fi-
...k Alt.hara nn a BlVCn daV Or
pitch that lie ever saw, but Lbbets
Field ruined mm.' .
NEW YORK (NEA) -Sil n
Tim- Titiiintmnnt i 81 and th
!&,a ha i oninff vou have to make
ski season opens on June 16 In the famous trainer 4-to-5 to reach"
th rhllean Andes, where the 100. .. "'.'"!!
.seasons are reversed. f 'There Is two-word reason wer..;
Jimmv Martinez, Phoenix mia-it:' now nuicr.
dlewelPht. must be the busieft Bold Ruler is i nig nvemw t .
boxer in the trade at the mo. Nasrullab-Miss uisco ana sar.
SrdV thiesh,ear " I He is by Nashua s Bire, Mr. iaJ
Dave mefDike's sprint sen-' Fits point, out, "'and right now hOT
sa?l nSndmebu?dinK VS
not onlv Is a not, oaseoaii pr -, ,H :7--. T-uI.. ,mv
two. We'll have to see how he eta Is
thrnueh this season and then what
,Vata..-r before we can .r
lathletes. ythln- : ..
. ... uiav aarir
KEW LONDON, Conn. (NEA),
This was the 10"h year
Pitchers' arms go with balls hit
out of Bbbets Field..-!:"
nect but is said to be a potential
golf stsr as well ,; he's bepm.
n tn annna hr a new ow
WEDDING SCENE IN MUSICAL
ait-u.. il.it a,rataa that the
Lilliputian loft of Ebbets Field
puts tremendous pressure oa his
'Certainly, we have an edge in
batting, playing ,70 games there
y, Manager Alston, t-Lr- i;
us not overioos me i
pitchers have to pitch those ,70
games. Whenvwe run out of pitch pitch-ers,
ers, pitch-ers, the Cincinnati club,tfor exam
ple, runs us out wce.
r r-.i.:-.l ni.iQtratinff tM BrOOk-
Wn pitching difiiculUes is the fact
that r.im Labine appeared in zi
..Lf tha Dodgers' first 48 games,
Jeanne Crain and George Nader are confratulated by
their wedding party in this scene from
ternationals- Technicolor ClnemaScope .mnsieal fUrn,
"The Second Greatest Sex."
IT'S A VERSATILE CAREER
FOR ACTOR GEORGE NADER
Heroes and heroines of the silver screen who are al
ways yearning lor a switcn in acmig
play versatUity should have a word with George Nader who
r, w r..i. i .tu i.nnnA r?ra in in Universal""
piays me romaiiuu icau mm "'"- ,
fnt.rr,oHn.i. Twhnicninr rinpmnScone musical, me
Second Greatest Sex," which opens next Thursday at the
tux ineaire. - ?
Olympics ttt Australia this
'Cornell looked every Inch I
-v" .... ; .l..rilgv a. It Beat
champion '""T, T iha in in-Navy
Navy in-Navy by two lengths to thyl to
weeas ot .taBe
less man onc-
the Olympic trla;, he I"
not makine: any P""'"1""";
dies troume in r-i?
ui .J.t ''But it' a dif-
.f.rVnt vlnH ( I ; ce at the
m.. .. -,ith th most dead
foot in the National League
when it comes to extra poinw
haVllJned witti the Chicago
iLSTm .ri noints
iwithout a miss, will be jlay'ng
Li. .i.uk Msuin. with tne
nia ciKtiv1 rv.
Bears, ine ",.
.... .Ico haa .11 field ffOalS tO
Ol Hi iwv
Elsewnere 'n tne
.i uas-iiai vet trans TCV
Ledbetter and tackl. Tom Hit
gins Inked ierms.,.ueir r
,.-vi an.) r.arltnn Massev and
uavoim, -.. v
-,.1- BTanHtiav-w 1M 111 Tne
vat. - :uw
Cleveiana ioia,..ni riw'.
inH auard Dale Doorui ana
ena George munu.
KEW YORK (NEA) Rory Cal
i. a7u;t. PUni NY middle
weight, risks an undefeated record
aeainst wime vauunn ui
a rain in a nationallv-televis-
i in-round; match at Madison
. .u:.. tk. mnal aee!omnlished
final relief pitcher in the business.
is extremely ioriuna w
Pitfhers have their worries else;
Thv must cuard
: h.M-a niiiiin nails at tne
aKBU)9t Hill", ----- -
Polo Grounds, with iM short .foul
lines, but from mere me uuc
innraaainvlv mOfB mSnl-
r. I- Uarl.m .TllCIi M thC
i mi fi.iH n.T in mosloii. out t
i.k k... u m-vctai clear. VOII
let the hitter pull the ball in that
liriwttnn, 'ine Du can v..
' V ;
S FISHING Rd S0 tnlr.
j KremSrpBilly- Klaus seem, to
. be fumbling 'or his wallet. He s
actually after the balt-a hard
', .rounder hit by Detroit s Bill
. Tuttle. The ball hopped inside
his jersey when Klaus bent
' Sver '5 1 field it. By the time he
V pulled it out, Tuttle had a hit.
Pitching headaches ere corn-
By BEANS REARDON
J4 Years la National League
Written for NEA Service
OirFSTION: The.' hatter hits
foul fly down the left field line
Th. mitfioMor runa in front nf on
I auv va.a.aa v ar
... aa a i a "1
noxition a Dull pen oencn. suunoiei
over the feet of one member of
the crew there and misses the
ball. The bullpen man remained
motionless. Isn't this interference?
Arthur Swanson. s
. Answer: No. the null pen Is
h. aama at tha haneh. It is UB
t. th. liaMar tat avoid anvana or
anything there. This is unlike the j
.... I 1 L
caaa ar tirii in. iniro. wmn
r.arhail mini vacata thair DOi-
tiens te give the fielder room.
o How docs an umpire uiucr
entiate between a checked swing
and a full swing?-Bob Toepfer
A. It is up te the umpire's
judgment and it 1s generelly a a-greed
greed a-greed that this Is tha toughest
call to make. The general rule
f thumb is te determine whtrh-
.. k. k.M.r rammittad hhnsalt.
- nrk.t 1. .tha ahhrtast home
run to the major leagues?y-Frank
D Arco. ?
A. A. Ply ball against tne op op-tor
tor op-tor left field facade ef the Pele
Grounds axactly 250 feet, the
i.ai minimum for a hemer.
r tin.. knM. th caasnnat rec
ni fnr makine errors in the la
,:-tji ur.U.r fihnihha' : t,
UWUf afcv .--. k
A. George Grantnam e
tart rhiraaa Cuba beeted ii
balls at second base.
VKiri f k BAR SERV,CE
- .m. .easssata. f .KtetMetw
M m i 'a. m '. '' "r
' Ml '
17 I. Mi"
Make yours a winning round by
and bottled in Scotland; tt cotcn
7 it its very best.
Distilled and Bottled in Scotland
FIRM CRIP Pitching
handcuff kings show he
. .hnui iiAtu tnpv man uuuuie -rr
Ron Kline. Bob Friend and Elroy Face
surprise of 1956. and three
Thev are. ie v
laM.s i uc h a m a m atase.w; icTta.
v. .. ." ..... ... v.
:rouble lor m oppuiiu. ..,- -The
Buccaneers have another good one in Vern baw
'AGD1CIAS17.IL doel, s. a.
, CENTRAL AVE. 8-28
Square Garden, June 22.
.Read story on pej: 3
. i wuwm Y1 1-IU DAILY KEWSFAFE .:
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i 7 U U L
DULLES' SON ORDAINED JESUIT PRIEST Secretary of State John Foster Dulles (left) con-
' tratulates bis youngest son. Rev. Avery Dulles, S.J. (second from right) after he was ordain- :
' ed a Jesuit priest in New York. The Secretary of State, an elder of New York's Brick Presbyte Presbyte-1
1 Presbyte-1 rian church said he was "very happy" that his son had found "a faith and deep satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction in his faith." Rev. Dulles became a Catholic in 1940. Looking on are Mrs. Dulles and and-Francls
Francls and-Francls Cardinal Spellman, who officiated at the ordination ceremonies,
Girls 8, Boys 7
iriftopn babies were born in
Coco Solo Hospital during we
week ending at mldnlgh
13, according to the regular
hospital report, pur ng -.the
period 93 patients were
J admitted and 84 were dwcharg-
ed. ,':y -V' vr
nikl.a warm hOTH to the fH
American aitizens: Mr
' and Mrs. Jimmy Pomroy, of New
'f-ictnhoi daughter:' KM nd
Riohard worlds, of Coco
i solo, daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick Walnio, of Margarita,
nn- sp-2 and Mrs. Ramon San
tiago, of Coco, Soiito, daughter;
SP-3 and Mrs. Kenneth Ramer,
. nnm soiito. dauehter; Mr.
land Mrs. William Park, of Mar Margarita,
garita, Margarita, son; SP-2 and Mrs. Rob-,
";ert sheppard, of Colon, daughter-
and Pfc and jMrs. Robert
Campbell, of Coco Soiito, son.
Babies were born to the follow following
ing following parents of Panamanian, na na-innaiitv
innaiitv na-innaiitv Mr. and Mrs. Astor
Lewis, of Camp Coiner, daugh daughter:
ter: daughter: Mr. and Mrs. pedvo Trucco,
of Colon; son; Mr. and Mrs.
Llovd smith; of colon, son; Mr.
and Mrs. Efraln Mea, of Gatun,
son; Mr. and Mrs. Eawara Bra Brazier,
zier, Brazier, of Colon, daughter; Mr.
and Mrs. Jose Drakes, of Colon,
son; arid Mr. and Mrs. Lionel
. McDonald, of Colon, daughter.
Bullring Switch v
MADRID, June 19 (UP) r-A bull
stabbed a man with a matador's
sword here yesterday.
A matador had plunged the
sword into the bulls back, at a
Madrid bullring. The bull shook
out the sword and sent it flying
into the crowd.
Spectator Jose Luis Quinzal
Guerra was cut on the left side of
SOUTH AMERICAN ELECTIONS
WASHINGTON. June 19 (UP)
The Senate Investigating Sub Subcommittee
committee Subcommittee today opened an in investigation
vestigation investigation of the nature of
Communist brainwashing and
how to combat It.
The Subcommittee called
cert witnesses who have studied
brain ashing as practiced by
the Chinese Communists, both
on Chinese nationals and on
American soldiers and civilians.
Witnesses Included Dr. Harold
Wolff, chief of neurology at
Cornell Uni v e r s 1 1 y medical
school; foreign correspondent
Edward Hunter, author of two
books cr Chinese brainwashing;
Edward Lyons, an expert on in-1
doctrination of prisoners of war; 1
and ut. col. Robert F. Grabb of
the Army Judge-advocate gen general's
eral's general's office, for testimony on
violations of the Geneva con
vention. s i
Edward G. Robinson
- Glenn Ford and
Barbara Stanwyck, In
"THE VIOLENT MAN"
OF THOSE KANSAS
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LIMA, June 19 (UP) Two
onnosition Presidential canal
dates ran neck-and-neck today
In Incomplete returns from Sun
day's elections. The official can
dldate iaeeed far behind. :
The returns were regarded 8S
a stinging repudiation of presi
dent Manuei uana wno nag gov
erned Peru since 1948.
They also nave added evidence
that the outlawed leftist Peo-
pie's (APRAt party remainea a
potent factor in Peruvian poii
Latest returns gave ex-con
gressman Fernando- Belaunde
Terry 296,892 votes to 318,000 lor
ex-president Manuel p r a d o.
Hernando' de Lavalle, the o:fi
cial candidate, had 86,299 votes.
But Lavalle. apparently was
polling enough votes to prevent
eitner or tne iwo leading canal canal-dates
dates canal-dates from piling up the abso absolute
lute absolute majority necessary for elec election.
tion. election. -; y'yy
"If -bo,,"; candidate receives a
clear inajbrity in the returns,
Congress will choose ona of the
two leaders as the president.'1
The leadership of' the APRA
which was outlawed eight year?
ago. indorsed praao. But an un
determined ninnber of "rebels"
are believed to -have supported
Belaunde, a Texas-educated
architect, campaigned m a
platform considerably more lib
eral than those of Pradd, a con
servtive banker, and Lavalle. a!
prominent corporation attorney
If the flecision should come
before Coneress. the conserva
tive majority probably would
Congressional candidates, run
ning wun afka support, were
winning clear majorities m Lima
over five opposition s 1 a t es
APRA-backed candidates also
were leading in Junsn depart
James Gilder Dies
Al Gorgas Hospital
After Long Illness
James B. Gilder, an employe
ib riaimi v-anai commissi, v
Division and a member of a well-
known Atlantic side family, died
isie yesterday afternoon at Gorgas
Hospital after a lengthy illness. He
wss 30 years old. v
Mr, Gilder was' born in Colon
Hospital, the son of Dr. and Mrs,
Wayne Gilder, His father for ma many
ny many years was emnloved in thi
Health Bureau on the Atlantic side
and was superintendent of Colon
Hospital when he retired two years
sgo. Dr. and Mrs. Gilder who now
live in New Orleans, eame to the
Isthmus several days ago because
of their son's illness.
Except for service in "the" U. S.
Navy during the World War Hand
the years when attending school in
the U. S., Mr. Gilder had lived all!
his life in the Canal Zone, he has;
oeen empioyea as accounting cleric
in the Commissary Division.
Mr. under was graduated from
Cristobal High School in 1944 and
the University of Alabama in 1952.
He worked for a number of Canal
Organizations, including the Com Commissary
missary Commissary Division, during his high
school and college vacations and
was employed permanently in the j
tUiiiiuisi y isivisiun ill cuimms-l
sary assistant following his grad graduation
uation graduation from the University of Ala Alabama.
bama. Alabama. In addition to his parents, lie is
survived by a brother, John W.
Gilder, of Pittsburgh, and three
sisters, Mrs. R. K. Gordon, of MiH
Valley, California; Mrs. D. E.
Booknut. Jr.. of Snokan Washinff-
ton: and Miss Donnie Gilder, of I
. Funeral services will be held at
the Holy Name Church in Marga Margarita
rita Margarita at a date and time to be an.
nounied later. Burial in Mount
Hope Cemetery will fo'low.
- i f?m;ly has asked that no
i flowers be sent. Frieni w'to de
'sire may contribute to the Cancer t'
Fund. '. :
"Let the people knot the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln,
PANAMA, E. r TUESDAY, JUNE U, 195C
LA PAZ. June 19 (UP). The
leader of the opposition Socialist
Jalanea last night accused the
Bolivian government of fraud in
le turns from Sunday's presi presidential
dential presidential and congressional elec elections.
tions. elections. Vice-President v Hernan
Siies Suazo, the official! presi presidential
dential presidential candidate, appeared cer
tain oi victory. .
The latest unofficial returns
showed the governing MNR par
ly nomine an advantage oi
nearly two to one over Uie Fa Fa-lange,
lange, Fa-lange, its main opponent. ,-
The MNR had 91,547 votes to
50,490 for the Falange. The
Communists and Trotskyist POR
party (railed far behind with
5,047 and 606 votes, respectively.
Oscar Unzaga de ; la Veea.
leader of the Falange and its
presidential candidate, charged
at a press conference that the
government "deprived" his party
of electoral victory and made
the MNR "appear the winner.1',
; Unzaga withdrew from -the
presidential race and the par party
ty party proclaimed a "symbolic
boycott" of the election! on
the eve of the balloting.
Uhasa told' renorters that he
harbored no bitterness and that
he soon will offer a "program
of national pacification."
The nrogram, he said, will be
designed to reach "coexistence
between the government and
opposition and thus establish a
rystem of respect for human
The MNR has "won all of the
18 senate seats at stake, in the
elections and at least 50 seats in
the chamber of deputies. The
Falange is certain of eight seats
in tne lower house.
The Falange showed surnrls
ing dtrength In La Paz and
other major cities, s The MNR,
however piled up heavy major majorities
ities majorities In mining towns and rural
Chairman John L McCIellan
(0-Ark.) said in an opening
statement the subcommittee
expects to show that "it is
the aim of the Communist
system to not only control the
land areas of the world, but
the minds and souls of the
McClehan said the subcommit
tee first would show techniques
oeveioped oy ; Russia lor nan
dling political prisoners, includ
ing the arrest procedure, deten
tion, isolation and mental pres
Then, he said, the investiga
tion will .concentrate on prison
ers he;d-by communist China
during the last five years.
Some 7190 Americans were
captured during the Korean
war, McCIellan said, of whom
one-th.rd died in Red camps. ;
"Of the 4428 that aurvlved
and were repatriated," McCleJ McCleJ-lan
lan McCleJ-lan said, "over 95 per cent were
subjected to a well-planned and
well-oiganlzed campaign to de destroy
stroy destroy their belief in God, their
loyalty to the United States and
their laith in the democratic
way of life."
UNITED NATIONS. N.Y.. June
19 (UP). The islands of Bikini
and Enlwetok may have been
rendered permanently unin uninhabitable
habitable uninhabitable by the deadly fallout
irom united States atomic and
hydrogen weapons tests, a Unit United
ed United Nations report indicated to
The report said inhabitants of
the two atolls in the Marshall
island3 possibly may never re
turn ta their ancestral home is
lands, scene of the -American i
nuclear weapons testa.-,
It did not sav whv th Tin.
tives might not ever return but
ieis uie- mierence tne islands
were so radioactive from the
nuclear exnlosinn a 4ni hit for.
The report was made by a
UJJ. mission whlfh vlsitrt t.h
Pacific trust -territory admlnls admlnls-tered
tered admlnls-tered ny the United States. -It
was submitted today for discus discussion
sion discussion in the Trusteeship Council.
Britain Ends A-Test Series
On Monte Bella Islands
, PERTH, Australia, June 19 (UP)
Britain successfully exploded an
atomic device in the Monte Bello
islands today. The blast ended the
current series of nuclear tests. I
An official announcement said
scientific records were being col
lected for an, evaluation of the ex explosion,
plosion, explosion, and safety precautions
were in operation.
The first explosion of the cur
rent series was set off May 16.
CALL OFF STRIKE Theodore-
Loos, president of the
Motormen's Benevolent Asso Association,
ciation, Association, tells motormen to go,
back to work during a union
meeting in New York. The mo motormen,
tormen, motormen, who paralyzed the
city's subway system with a
strike earlier in the day, vot voted
ed voted to go back to work imme immediately,
diately, immediately, j
, .75 0.40
ONE DAY MORE. BY.
1:15 3:42 :09 8:50 p.m.
It noted 1 that islanflers had
been "displaced" by American
authorities as a "result of ato atomic
mic atomic and thermonuclear tests."
Natives of Rongelap will be per permitted
mitted permitted to return, the report
said, but in the cases of Bikini
and Eniwetok the displacement
"is likely to be permanent"
The Coneres sof the Marshall
Islands twice petitioned the
Trusteeship Council to have the
nuclear tests suspended unless
they were deemed necessary for
the wtJiare of mankind.
The council twice authorized
the United States to hold that
tests provided there were ade-,
quate safeguards. And it noted
that despite fears, there were no
deaths among the islanders al although
though although a number were "lrra
dlated" from fallouts.1 -..
Chief complaint of the Bikini
natives appeared to be that they
had teen transferred to Kill
atoll. Kill, south of Bikini, has;
more lalnfall and presents dif dif-lerent
lerent dif-lerent agricultural problems. In.
addition, it lacks fishing facil facilities
ities facilities afforded by tha lagoon at
Bikini. ., :
Dies In California
News of the death of George B.
Fenley. former employe in the
Special Engineering Division as a
draftsman on the third locks proj project,
ect, project, has been received on the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. He died May 30 in Baldwin
Park, Cal. He was 45 years old.
A native of Estancia, n.au nr.
Fenley came to the Isthmus in 1941
and was employed as an engineer
draftsman on the third locks work.
He later served for two years with
the U.S. Army Engineers during
World War II and : as reemployed
in 1946 by the Canal organization
as a draftsman in the Special en engineering
gineering engineering Division.
, He resinned in 1948 and since
that time held the posiliono f Asso
ciate Engineer with the Metropo Metropolitan
litan Metropolitan Water District of Southern
California ill Los Angeles.
. Surviving him are nis wue,
Mrs. Violette L. Fenley and a
dauehter Robyn Susanne, both of
Observers at the tim r'parrfi
it as a trigger for the, first hydro hydrogen
gen hydrogen bomb Britain nlanned in t.t
next year. '-; v'-iV
But last Tbursdav Prirfi Mini..
ter Anthony .Eden, announced his
government was willing to. discuss
wun otner powers a general limi limitation
tation limitation or abandonment of test es
piusions. .. .. s ,v
His statement eoWidprf with nnK
licaUon of a BriUsh Medical fHe-
search Council report.
It warned that strontium, the
radioactive poison released in nu.
eleai explosions,: could -cause ill
effects it the rate of firing in increases.
creases. increases. ,.'?."' fi-':-
Britain .has had two other series
oi atomic weapons tests.: v
i The first was held in .1952 Ih
the Monte Bello islands and the
second in .153 in:Woomera, South
Australia..-.. nV--' 1
If the British H-bomb test mm
off it would be held off Christmas
island in the Pacific.
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oWmmo stn QriNoi iWMai
tt-to-ttSH'i'..-,. m mtjiinin u inn .ii
""tTriVING' AN AWARD for heroism Own V.
p l f '"-er entiloye at Fort Clayton. The a iyen
for i lav; ry while extinguishing a gaMiline fire 1 t s icli
prevented possible injury or death to nearby women s A des destruction
truction destruction of government property. Hamilton also received a
check for $200 for his performance. The award waa made by
"Col. Richard F. Ebbs, Engineer USARCARIB, (US Army photo);
Bid Low For Zone
Contracts were awarded this
week by the Canal Zone Govern
ment for the interior painting oc tne
Santa Crui and Paratso Gymna Gymnasiums
siums Gymnasiums and the painting of the Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Heights and. Margarita grand-
Daniel Roias, who made a low
offer of ,$1,299, was awarded the
contract for the painting of the
Paraiso gymnasium. t
Cuardia and utmpany oi ran
m maldna a low bid of $985, was
given .the contract for the interior
painting OI tne aania vrux uymu
Th rnntrapt for Uie DSinuni OI
the Margarita grandstand was giv
en U W. T. Uttiey, wno maae
low -offer of $762 for the work.
Anthony Leggiere, wai given Uie
job of painting the Diablo Heights
grandstand. He was low bidder
with an offer of $1,495 for the work
which also includes repairing and
painting Venetian shades of the Co Co-coli
coli Co-coli School..
In World War I
Fatal For Farmer
LOCRI. Italy, Jufie 19 (UP
Authorities reported today tnat
f-2-vear-old farmer has been
killed here by German bullet
fired 40 years ago In World War
Officials said Gianni Franco Franco-nleri
nleri Franco-nleri was wounded durlrg a 1918
battle and a bullet lodged in his
chest It never was removed.
Yesterday, Franconierl was
picking cherries !n his orchard.
He slipped and fell 12 feet to the
ground, his chest striking a
The bullet was dislodged rn
the tall and pierced hi lung.
Franconierl died of an internal
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