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

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list TEAR
GO V, WILLIAM E. POTTER
Lottery' Fight
Costs Stabber
$100, 30 Days
A stabbing incident between two
Gorgas Hospital workers over the
return of money to a patient for
winning lottery tickets, was resolv resolved
ed resolved today in the Balboa Magi s s-trate's
trate's s-trate's Cru-l vhen kitchen helper
5 ""I P'V'y of
ing redact a jdil sentence to
24 days after a plea by the defend
ant's attorney, Woodrow d Cas-i
tro, to deduct the six days Innis
had already spent in jail.
1 After the government moved that
the charge of assault with a fleaa
ly weapon .be dismissed, and the
lesser charge of battery Je filed
aeainst the 21-year-old Panama
nian, the stabbing victim took the
stand.
V Twenty stitehts wore required
to clot up the lid wound In Inflicted
flicted Inflicted on Ernesto Bonny. Today
Do Castro asked him whether ho
ftlt Innis had wounded him inren
tionally?
Bonny replied: "I wouldn't say
that."
"Then would you say that It hap
pened on purpose, or was accident
Da Castro inouired.
"It could be it was accidental,"
Pnnnv said.
The argument between the two
darted after a patient had asked
Bonnv to cash some winning lotte
ry tickets for him in town. Bonny
took the tickets but didn't come
hack to the hospital for two aays

n because he was off work. When be

returned, he paid the patient oacic
the money. Apparently he had
heard that Innis made derogatory
remarks implying that the patient
Would never see bonny or tne mon money
ey money back. The defendant denied say
In it anything of the sort.
i Several days later Bonny walked
into the kitchen and an argument
between the, two ensued,
"Do you want to make some something
thing something of Innis asked.
"No, not here, nut I will i
catch yau in Panama," Bonny r
plied, and turnad around to
leave.' Ha says ha was hit -with"
ornithine on fho head and than
ha btstti rapplin with the da da-fondant.
fondant. da-fondant. Innis bit him on tho
' thouldtr at this point and whan
' Bonny stppd back away from
him, Innis timi forward an
: grazed him with somathinf.
As Bonny Tan out of the kitchen,
called to him that
hi. sirln was bleeding. Until, that
moment he hadn't realized he had
been stabbed. - -innis
..claimed that ft was purely
accidental because he happened to
be holding a wtcnen carving mm
in his hand when the two began
firthtinff.
The defenadnt, who has no pre
vious police record, pleaded guilty
to the battery.
Rofnrit nassins: sentence in the
.mwrieri courtroom today, the
'Judge said that while it was sig significant
nificant significant that the original charge
had been reduced to battery, there
was "no question" but that Innis
had bit Bonny and that force and
violence had been used.
i'Thi. rmirt takes a very dim
view of settling quarrels with this
vr. nf dangerous instrument, he
added.
Unappreciated Wit
. I TEGUCIGALPA, June 21 (UP)
A woman publisher and her com company
pany company face criminal charges here
(today because they printed a col-
If-ee year-book that made fun of
onduran officials

GOVERNOR AHOY!

r

waves acknowledgement of greetings
Cristobal arrived yesterday.'

New Zone Governor Assumes
Duties As Chief Executive
' v t H 1 C

The newly arrived Governor of'
the Canal Zone today plunged into
the. maze of duties facinc him in
Ms new post with a full: work-day
scneauie punned on this, ms first
day at work. -.'
tiovernor William E. Potter in
ferred with members of his staff
on various aspects of the Canal's
activities this morning.
Ytp-v a Warm and heartv
i V,;,,, 4 h;, ,,
inua to Une u, permanent resi resi-denca
denca resi-denca for his.iour-year term as
Chief Executive of the Canal orga organization..
nization.. organization.. : j rl
Tonight at the first official
function planned for him, the
Governor and Mrs. Potter will be
honored at a reception to be held
in the ballroom of the Tivoli
Guest House: Hosts for the occa occasion,
sion, occasion, to which several hundred
prominent Isthmian residents
have been invited, will be Lt Gov
ernor and. Mrs. H. W. Schull, Jr.
Governor and Mrs. Potter and
their two daughters, Susan Ruth
and Jo Ann, arrived from- New
York aboard the Panama liner
Cristobal yesterday. The Cristobal
had dressed shin for its entrv into
the Atlantic side port.
As the ship slipped into its berth
in Cristobal a program of music
was played by the Rainbow City
High School band.
The "Governor and bis family
were given an official welcome as
L

KEAR ADM. CLARENCE L. C. ATKESOV, USN, assumed command of the Fifteenth Naval Dis District
trict District from CapL William B. Tucker, acting commandant, today. Atkcson (center in white) is
shown inspecting" the Marine Honor Guard Just prior to reading his order. He arrived with Mrs.
Atkeson last evening at Albrook. He reported to the Panama Canal Zone from duty in the
' Office of the Inspector General, Navy Department. Washington, D.C. The Atkesons will reside
" at Quarters "A" Headquarters Annex, Fort Amador, r ;

7i fA ppe Icnow the truth mid the

from those on the dock as the
they left' the gangway by It. Gov.
and Mrs; Schull. Also arrivine on
the ship yesterday afternoon were
Walter and Gunntur Schull, sons
of Lt. Gov. and Mrs. Schull, to
spend the summer vacation with
their parents.
- Among the officials at shipslde
to welcome the Governor and his
family were the United States
Aniba;"H rto Panama and Mrs.
" - f n-
S H.dtia OlUif.dlCS, of
C'ou.ar tp officials of the Caaaf
organization and the Armed
Services.
A detachment of Cristobal Police
formed an honor guard as the Gov
ernor ana his family left the ship.
as they descended the gangway
uie Dana piayea "Beautiful Ohio"
in honor of Governor Potter, and
later. -Han west Virginia", in non non-or
or non-or of Mrs; Potter's native State.
Governor Potter' was appointed to
the Military Academy Ohio and re recently
cently recently visited his mother in Tole
do en route to the Canal Zone
from Omaha. Nebraska, where he
nas uvea for, the past four years.
In addition; to the various off!
ciais gathered to greet the new
Chief Executive, a large crowd
was on the pier to wave a welcome
to him and bis family.
Soon after debarking from the
Cristobal, the official party board
ed a special Panama Railroad mo motor
tor motor car for the Pacific side. Note Note-continued
continued Note-continued on page 6, cot 3)

AN INDEPENDENT THE DAILY-

MANAMA, R. F THURSDAY, JUNE 21, M5

jo) o
mm

Cancer Drive
Nets Highest
Amount Ever
The 1958 Canal Zone Cancer
Crusade, conducted between May
14 and June 30. resulted in tne
highest amount ever contributed;
for cancer care and research In
the six-year history of the local
Committee's activities, ",,was
announced Thursday. ,i ;
A total of $19,515 was re re-ported
ported re-ported contributed by residents
of the Canal Zone, including
members of the Armed Forces
In the Panama area.
This year's contributions ex
ceeded the amount of 1955 drive
by over $1000. and provide what
should be ample funds for-, pa-J
xiem care aunng i30-37. ;
in a report being nrepared for
the Canal Zone Cancer Commit
tee,. l M. Brockman, campaign
chairman, says that the follow
lnsr unit contributions i were
made by the Armed Forces, ac
tlvities and the Canal Zone a-
eencies: '"
$1052.61 Panama Canal Com
pany-Canal zone Government,
J2;936.67. united states .Army
Caribbean.
$2,450.00, Caribbean Air Com
mand. - ?
$1,242.68, Fifteenth Naval Dis
trict.-
$1200.00. individual gifts'. v
$250.00. Orchid Chapter i NO.. 1,
Order of the Eastern Star, -v
$636.00 Business firms. 1 .
$445.50, Miscellaneous.
Several.,' units of the Panama
Canal CDmcauy'- Csrtal zone
Goveiiunent."'- na3el". urtuTuSttyi
large coutributions tfl this year
campaign,- for wmcn me cam campaign,
paign, campaign, chairman "expressed high
onnrwlatlon. narticularly in. be
half of those" to whom the funds
will be made available in their
time of greatest need. ,
Amnnif those units with- tiol'
ble contributions ? are:1 Schools
Division. $1,280.43, brlngln? t the
CivU Affairs Bureau to $2.407 88:
the largest iridividual Bureau
contribution. Marine Bureau,
with $2,311.50; and the Engi
neering and Construction Bu
reau, witn si,8ez. i
- It is antic'patef on the bas basis
is basis of past experience that in
excess or $15009- of this year"
contributions will be needed
daring the ensuing year for
direct assistance in the Canal
Zone, wh'Ie 30 per cent, w
roojiily, $5,800 will be for forwarded
warded forwarded to the American Can
cer Society for direct jr esearclt
(Continued en Pago i. Col. 4)
1

country it $afn Ahraham Lincoln.

MS

' A CHILD'S SHOE. A
Grim Flotsam
By H. D. QUIGd.
ABOARD COAST GUARD
CUTTER, At Crash Scene, June
20 (UP). The rolling, green green-black
black green-black water laps genuy, now,
against the aides Of the search
ing vessels. Yet the sea yields
floating bits of tragedy.
some are grotwqueiy torn,
attesting to tfaa violence of
tbe explosion. But much of
this grim flotsam is curiously
intact.
A child's shoe.' red and white.
floats by boubing saucuy in
the soft breeze, A little girl's
pais blue dress, artificial How
era at the shoulder... a neck'
tie... A "blue book of telephone
numbers.'' nartly scorched, its
intimate scribbling fading in the
saltwater...
Little colored swatches of
clothing... gray pants... a yel
low jacket... a green sweater
a sheared-oif half of valise
a baby's sweater.. papers., .bits
of flesh, a ripped red blanket
.underpants. ..chunks of foam
rubber., .entrails. a brassiere
a lady's open-toed shoe and
her nandbag. invoices. bills
of lading r- these llttter the
surface throuah which Cout
Guardsmen are grappling in
one-square-mlie area.
v A moderate sea H running
before a soft breeze. The
skipper of tbe buoy tender
Gentian bellows to us through
his bull horn: "We're stirring
things tin on the bottom with
our, (frag and trying to ind-
woere ue main wrccitage
We're using 400-pound an anchor
chor anchor on a 30-fathom chain.1
Thirty fathoms that's 180
feet down; A PBM patrol plane
and a fioat plane circle low in
search. Several Coast Guard
cutters- wallow i alone,; their
crews grappling; and hooking.
One crew holds uo torn nieces
of fuselage of the plane, each
about one-yard sauare, curious
ly gold end green. Another crew
says lt has picked up about 10
passports.
we fish from the water,
among many things, a military-type
overseas cap, its lit little
tle little button bearing the legend:
"Valley Forge Military Aca Academy."
demy." Academy." Inside it are penned
"Betty, Rita, Eisela" and
then, "Venezuelan, Borges,"
the last name apparently that
of the owner.
A lifeboat manned bv four
lifejacketed sailors nulla along
side and dumps Its wet and tra
gic collection on our afterdeck.
Here... a section of cabin in-
f Affil Kivmal4 In mf -vlnvtAl
but with the sign on it Still
bright: "Emergency radio and
life vests inside." r.
Here ... a heat b e n t green
niece: "Emergency exit" Here.
a carefully clipped and pasted
story irora the wan street Jour
nal. .
There's a large picture of a
man in uniform an officer of
the Venezuelan army and his
wife, and on the back is writ
ten, "For our daughter Danaee
with the blessing of her parents,
Caracas, Feb. v, isss."
9 Pc!:a Cases
Ibscilslized
h CZr Pensma
There are a total of nine cas cases
es cases of polio "hospitalized in Pan
ama and the canal Zone, a
check with medical authorities
revealed today,
No new cases were reported in
Gorgas since last Thursday
when the total was five. All of
the victims are cnildrw uncser
six years of age who have never
received anu-poiio saiK vaccine
shots. They were all said to be
"doing well" today. (
Only one death, of a iwo-year-
old colon boy, ha been listed
at Gorgas since the beginning of
the polio season here.
There were seven cases i
Santo Tomas Hosnltal today, al al-thoueh
thoueh al-thoueh only four have been def
initely diagnosed as polio. All of
the children are Atlantic-side
residents who were i originally
admitted to the Amador Gue Guerrero
rrero Guerrero Hospital and later trans
ferred to Panama city.
BAL1JOA TIDES
rglDAY. JUNI 22
HIGH LOW
15 a.m.
:I7 a.m.
9:42 ..!
j!:20 a.m.

NEWSPAPER

ins

BOOK OF PHONE NUMBERS
Curiously Intact
There's the passport of Fer Fernando
nando Fernando Padron, "student," which
shows its owner was 17 years
old.. Beside it is a sheaf of blue
"radiogram transito" messages
weather reports scribbled by
the plane's radio officer.
There's large collection of
'piano and organ music books,
and a notebook of musk les lessons
sons lessons for two of the young youngsters
sters youngsters aboard were concert pia pianists.
nists. pianists. There's another picture,
lour children together.
And hUIl the little things float
by lady's white gloves, a chart
of v "Kingston oceanic control
area" ..plastic curlers.. .a foam
rubber cushion ... and a skipper
says on. the radio: "Must have
Men a terrific explosion."
Faster Money Order
Buyinq Method Due
At (Z Post Office
: A footer anf nu A
iwf irf ; mat?
llWii0.0: 11
mto effect Julv l witb X Zl
mio euect July l with the use of
redesigned card money order
form similar to that used bv the
United States Post Office Depart
mnt at first and second-class post
offices.' ,'.' ,-
After- July t, money order pur-

chaser. wili-WteataeemeW. T-6

wanrari ta tttsi nAeru rf.
order clerk. The clerk. wiU write
m the desired amount and validate
the money- order; The purchaser
wui men fill in the name, and ad
dress of the person or firm to
which the money is tor.bt paid,, to-
aeuier wim nis own name ana an
dress. i
Previously, this was a two-wsv
operstion with the purchaser fill-l
mg out a money order sdd ication
and the Clerk transferring the in-,1
lormauon to the money o r d e ri
form..
It is expected that the use of the
new method will save time f o r
both the post office clerks and the
general public. The forms no be.
ing adopted in the Canal Zone have
been in use in the United States
since last August
The public has been reminded.
nowever, mat money orders pur
chased in the Canal Zone will be
valid only in the United States. U.
S. territories and possessions, Can
ada, Jamaica. Cuba: Barbados.
Costa Rica and certain British pos
sessions in the western Hemi Hemisphere.
sphere. Hemisphere. If payment Is to be made in Cos
ta Rica or Canada, the purchaser
should notify the money order
clerk so that the payee will not
experience delay of difficulty in
cashing the money order.
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THE NEW COMMANDER of the Caribbean Air Command, Maj.
Gen. Truman U. Landon, arrived with his family last night at
Albrook. As the Landons stepped off the C-54 that brought
them from Washington, Caribbean Air Command Officers and
their wives formed a geeting line to welcome the hew com commander,
mander, commander, Mrs. Landon and their son Perry. The former Inspec-
tor General of the United States Air Forces is no stranger to
the Isthmus; he was stationed at France AFB in 1936. Lan Lan-.
. Lan-. don succeda Maj. Gen. R. C. Hood. ,

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From 74
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NEW YORK; June 21 (UP) A Coast Guard ti j
steamed in from the Atlantic today with its grim cargo
the body fragments of some of the 74 victims of ye:!rr ye:!rr-day's
day's ye:!rr-day's crash of O-Yenezuelan airliner.
, The tug Tamaroa's grisly haul included about ICS
pounds of body fragments and 100 pounds of debris.-
The remains were transferred by a hearse to 'New -York's
Bellevue hospital where identification was decjarcd
to be virtually impossible.
Cause or the crash, the worst in the history of reg regularly
ularly regularly scheduled airline service, was undetermined.
Venezuelan aviation authorities said they will inves

tigate the crash "to the last
ine JJnea AOpOSiai VBnczo-
'ton IAV Super constellation,
attempting to V return to .New
. .
Yol's Idlcwlld witlt
mnirinm -Bcr,t fir
a
runaway engine, caught fire,
burst into flames and plummet plummeted
ed plummeted 9000 feet into the ocean. --
None of the 64, passengers
nor 10 crew members survived.
Twenty,,' Americans were : num
bered among the dead, which
iivnwM-
The airliner crashed into calm
seas t at 1:32 a.m. yesterday
about ;;s miles east of the New
Jersey coast, well out of Amer
ican territorial waters and Juris
diction.
. The Civil Aeronautics Board
, began, however, to collect evi evidence
dence evidence for an Investigation,
provisionally pending a re request
quest request from the Venezuelan
rovernment.
The Venezuelan government,
which' operated the airline, in indicated
dicated indicated it would welcome any
heln from U.S. authorities.
Cant. Jose Mendoza, LAV's
thief of international opera
tions. left" for New. York last
night aboard a Venezuelan air airliner
liner airliner to take part in his govern government's
ment's government's investigation, -Two
Venezuelan communica
tions ministry inspectors were
also en route to New York to
assist in the investigation into
the cases of the crash.
Investigation by U.S. ex experts
perts experts Indicated that the firing
of the gasoline by one of the
plane's still functioning en engines
gines engines may have caused the
crash.
The experts said that fuel
dumping does not ordinarily en en-Vail
Vail en-Vail danger. The hazard could
"1
in
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Fragments

Crash

detail."
be great, however, that highly
inflammable gasoline could be
ignited if an engine or some
other part of the plane was on
fire.
Grappling for the plane and
remnants of other bodies was
lesumed at dawn today.
' The searchers have reported
undine manv,iiimi) mart- nf
Lbodiea in the "water.- -They" a '1
said they saw evidence 'cf
sharks.
Arrest Of Peron
On Criminal Rap
Ordered By OA
BUENOS AIRES, June 21 (UP)
Federal police announced to
day tbe revolutionary govern government
ment government has ordered the arrest of
ousted President Juan D. Peroa
on criminal charges. The action
indicated that Panama may be
asked to extradite him for trial
here. .'.,. T.,.s. l
A routine police announcement
ordered authorities to pick up
"former dictator Juan Domingo
Peroa and deliver him incommu
cado to special criminal Judge
Maria Reyna. He is probably te
be found in Panama." 1
' The order said Peron is want."
ed for malfeasance in office,
misuse of public funds and oth
er "crimes against the penal
code."-,
Damaged Tanker
Said Seaworthy
Without Repairs
The Fosna. a Norweeian tanker
which began leaking diesel oil aft after
er after she hit the east bank of the Ca
nal in Cucaracha Reach, was con considered
sidered considered seaworthy yesterday, and
ten dock e in Balboa where she ,"
had been berthed for a day.
Although i hole was Pierced it
the ship's bottom in the accident, :
no repairs were effected here,
A well-informed shipping source
said it was fortunate that none of
the tanks carrying aviation gas
had been ruptured. A small quan quantity
tity quantity of diesel oil leaked out into the
water near Dock, 6, but the shirr
was judged to be seaworthy and
left yesterday afternoon.
The 528-foot tanker was assisted
by tugs during her southbound
transit.
Czech Truckster
Smashes Through v
Iron Origin Bar
VIKNNA, June 21 (UP) A Cze Czechoslovak
choslovak Czechoslovak Illicit rlrivor maficd
his way through the Iron Curtain
border barriers to reach freedom
in Austria today,
Austrian police said the r?wh
raced his truck toward the Com Communist
munist Communist border barriers at dawn.
The vehicle crashed through the
barriers end an iron gate and fi
nally came to a stop on Austian
territory.
The rcfueee, whose name waa
not disclosed, ssked Austrian au authorities
thorities authorities for political asylum.



PAGE TWO

TEE PANAMA AMERICAN
AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THTRSDAT, JUNE 21, 193

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Tka Mail tot it oa opta torwa (a mtoi of Th Paaima Amarieaa.
Latten ra ncato aratefulhr ara tuadM ia a wkolht caafWarial

l voa cantribiila a letter don't be impatient H daata't apeaer tfce

est to letters are MblUmri ta the erder rcurve
Platte try fa kp tha lettar limited to ana eooa length. v
Idtntirv at kttar wrrttrl it kald ra strictest eoarideaca.

Tfcii aawtaopt' attaaiat aa latpoaMbiliry tar ttateateats at epiaieai

araMeS te Mtars from ruder.
THE MAIL BOX

Sir:

NON-CITIZEN NAVY EMPLOYES

There Is no non-citizen emrjloye of the Navy that receives

a tJ.S.-rate salary, regardless ol the position that he holds. I
believe that the Navy is the only U.S. government agency on
the Canal Zone where this condition exists. There are many
non-citizens holding Jobs of a supervisory nature but are not
compensated for the responsibility involved. -!
fhe rates of salary paid skilled non-citizen workers such
ay mechanics, electricians, etc., are disgraceful, A comparison
uiffi rates nair' hv the Armv and Air Force to non-citizen em-

Labor News
And
Comment

By VICTOR RIESEL

In f 1 1 p p e fdays, when you
bought your ruckus juice in dimly,
lit speakeasies; there were manv

who thought it just too, too fash

ions Die to be seen around town

with underworld characters.

Along with clothes and hir-dol.

social fashions change and to

day the .thing to do in some cir

cles is to champion men who

have long followed the Soviet line.
Such a man, wi(h many stylish
friends, is Harry Bridges, still a
powerful waterfront union chief. He

can shut down western, shipping
as well as the wharves of the

Hawaiian Islands which, after
all, is a military outpost second
in importance only to the Pen Pentagon.
tagon. Pentagon.

Many times these fashionables

have rallied to Bridges when the
government bailed him into court.
Many times the government has

been frustrated on technicalities.

Now. it is moving more slowly,

but moving nonetheless, in a

n ?R onrt for electricians in 78 also. This is not even the -en'

; trance rate paid by other government agencies on the Canal

. Zone for these positions. ; f
if .These and other un-American practices go to make up
set of. -dissatisfied employes. It seems as If the Administration
, Division is run by some people that are trying to give the Amer-
lean government a bad reputation. I say this because I know
."V that this Is not the policy of the government of the U.S.A.
V I have also noticed that, employes performing their duties
.' 'Vjfieiently over a neriod of more than five years are now being

i called upon to take examinations to prove their qualifications

to perlorm their duties.
I wonder If the Administration have noticed that Senator
- Theodore Green in his bill to Congress calling for equal pay for
. equal work stated that any Individual that had given two years
' or more of satisfactory service should continue on the job with
. "ut being subjected to further eramlnation. The Administra
tion Division of the Navy doesn't seem to pay any attention to
' NCPI regulations where non-citizens employed are concerned
, unless it's some ruling that would affect the employe adversely.
Even In giving out reduction in force notices, ithas been
tint policy of the Navy to allow each supervisor to eliminate
any employe he wanted to regardless of length of service. This
has been the cause of the dismissal of many employes with
lengthy service. Recently this policy has been changed (al-'.-
.though most of the damage has been done already) and em em-3
3 em-3 ployes are given consideration as to length of service.
Keen Observer

PROOF WANTED J
Sir: v'-
I would like to reply to a wind-bag who signs himself "For
Good Medical Supervision" in a letter to the Mail Box June 18.
In the first place the guy must have a mind full of cracker cracker-jack
jack cracker-jack to write such trash that sounds like a fairy tale. Tf he
thinks that there is such a thing operating in Balboa as a non non-licensed
licensed non-licensed chiropractor who is a quack, who is "running a first first-class
class first-class clinic right in Balboa against the law, and It is no secret
that the cllinc is running at full speed treating not only Canal
employes, as cars from Panama, are often seen narked in the

official parking space," why in heaven's name doesn't he write

to' the chief health officer or the executive secretary of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal, Instead of writing to a newspaper and hiding be behind
hind behind an alias' o-j V 't
I am calling your Muff right now, brother, If you have any
proof, be a man and present It to the authorities concerned and
you will probably be recognized and be given proper credit for
a laudable service to the community. We don't want quacks in
' the Canal Zdnt-T-v--- v- y .., .u
Otherwise, If you cannot do better than to write tripe, keep
your malicious erackerjack mind shut tight or apply for a cir circus
cus circus job feeding the elephants.
;. yi'-::.-' ''.-,(, Jerry Louis V.
BASEBALt BROADCASTS T
sir: : -": ,.. ; -,?;,(; ; 7
The local Armed Forces Radio Station Is making an awful
mess of the baseball Jwdadcast. Why can't they air them "live"
at the same tJme as the New York Armed Forces Radio Station
to that we can hear the end of the game, which is usually the
most Interesting part? ; . -
Tuesday they tried to run a tape recording of the Yankee Yankee-Detroit
Detroit Yankee-Detroit game,, and at 4:40 p.m. they got their tapes mixed and
H was 15 minutes of the White Sox-Yankee game of the previ previous
ous previous Wednesday; then they switched over to music without any
announcement. Then at about 5:15 they had a blurt) to the
effect that technical difficulties prevented any further broad broadcast
cast broadcast of the ball game they meant mental dif lenities. ..
. Yesterday they cut of -the Cardinal-Dodger game in the
eighth Inning when the game was 4-1 in favor of the Dodgers.
At that tima they stated that 'the final score wag 5-3. This
morning's paper shows that the final scorrj was actually 4-2.
So let's have the ball games "live" from New York. Even
those who are unable to hear the early part of the broadcast
will receive tha most interesting part of the game, which is not
the case on, the present Monday through Friday schedule, Let's
have them "live" as on Saturday and Sunday and avoid the
, "technical difficulties,"
' "Baseball Fan ?

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Bridges despite his powerful

friends

The Justice Dept. has moved
first. It started deep down in bis

powerful International Longshore
men's and Warehousemen's Union,

' On May 16, Assistaht U.S. At

torney-General William F. Tomp

kins,! in charge of the Internal
Security Division, flew down to

New Orleans to handle personally
a Federal Grand Jury indictment
of one of Bridges' lieutenants. That

dav the Grand Jury indicted An

drew Nelson, president of Local
207, operating on and near this

Gulf nort's docks.

Nelson was hit with a four-count
indictment, charging that he- had

falsely filed a non-Communist am

davit, required by the Taft-Hartley
Act. Nelson had sworn he was
not a member of the Communist

party and the government is dis
nuting that.

Now' comes one of those devel

opments which have always galled

me, for one. The local union, wmcn

Nelson controls witn a ciencnea

fist of iron, put up the $5,000 bad.

The union's attorney, James I. Mc McCain,
Cain, McCain, is handling Nelson's case. I

could never quite see why the 500

members of this local, or any om-

er union, for teat matter, snoum

din into its dues to defend an offi

cial charged by tha government

with-serious misdoings. Those long longshoremen
shoremen longshoremen and warehouse workers
put in some mighty' back-breaking
hours to earn their bread and
nav their dues.

it isn i as mougn tnis teuow

is an innocent babe out of the bay bayous.
ous. bayous. He has quite a record of sym sympathy
pathy sympathy "for oro-Communist causes

Were he an innocent, being framed

by somebody, there might be rea.
son for the union to, pay out .its
money to defend him. -,4
But this Nelson has fought for

two convicted boviet atomic spies.
He was listed as a sponsor of an

appeal for clemency for tot execu

ted espionage. agents. :-

Nelson's name nas .Dees on lists

of people fighting for Communist

officials, especially communist par party
ty party boss, Eugene Dennis. No sense

in listing all the pro-t-ommunist
statements he helped to sponsor.
Point is he is innocent until proved
guilty but there does seem to be
grounds for believing the Justice
Dept. didn't go after -Nelson out
of 'sheer whimsy. ,-

The Justice Dept. believes it will

prove its case. If it" does, it will
then move against other Long

shoremen's Union officials else elsewhere
where elsewhere and so shift closer and clos

er to Bridges' central power.

it hones it can set tnere before

Bridges moves into one of the sev

eral major unions with wmcn ne
has been dickering for some time.

On a second front the govern government
ment government is moving through the Senate

sub-committee on Internal Secu Security,
rity, Security, under the studiously careful

guidance of Robert Morns, a for

mer New York judge wno is as
sensitive as anyone can be to the

other fellow's civil rights.

This week. Morris brought his

committee to New York to probe

unto Bridges -activity on tne east

coast Morris has tubpenaed sev several
eral several of Bridges' union -aides who
operated on the local docks with
the underworld for some time.
One of these is Irving Charles
Velson, long accused in previous
congressional hearings of Soviet
activity. Another is Jeff Kibre, j
whom I began to fight many years
ago when he moved into Hollywood
and led the under-cover, pro.Com pro.Com-munist
munist pro.Com-munist activity there.
The committee has considerable
material but the most startling
is a record of Bridges' attack on
the Bi-State waterfront commis-
sion set up to police the vast New
York harbor s '
Whatever else happens, we may
learn why the Bridges union sent
money and men east and took the

forces of law and order as a per personal
sonal personal insult.

."Pardon Me I'd Like to Take His Pulse"
... ... I IS II

Time To Rewrite
By BOB RUARK

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"WASHINGTON The Republi- ately predict the life span of aa
can high command has been do- individual" heart patient -ing
some worried overhauling of When confronted with Df L.
strategy as a result of the Ires-vine's statement m Boston Br.
idenfs illness. What the White said he agreed that no one
outcome will be is difficult to say. could predict the life' span of a
But it's entirely possible that, re- heart patient. He then pointed out
gardless of the politicians, General something which the news head
Eisenhower will carry out bis lines did not carry and most read read-pledge
pledge read-pledge to re-examine his health ers missed namely, that he had
and withdraw from the race be- qualified his own "five-to-ten-fore
the -San Francisco conven. vear" prediction for Eisenhower
Uo?,- Y -r inserting such phrases as "un-
Also important is a move by certainties of the fntnr.

party strategists to drop Vice "changes, and "should."
President Nixon. Despite the. -This, Dr. White explained t
White House blessing given Nixon New England newsmen, modified
last month, some of Uie top com-, his prediction and put him in com command
mand command have not been happy aboutlplete agreement with Dr L.
it. still feel that the vice oresi-'vin that vnn mum

dential candidate will be aimost the life span of a heart patient
as important as the candidate for: "We are both optimists," he told
Presioent. McNamara of tha PrnvM.n

While it was carefully hushed; Journal, "and we are quite in
up in the White House, the Pres- agreement" Questioned further,
iciemv suffered another atUck,'he added "complete agreement
though not a long one, at a stag In other words. Dr. White told
dinner in. early March, immediate- the world on television, subject to
ly after he, announced he would some little-noticed phrases, that
run again. , the President 'should, be able to
Attacks of acute indigestion carry on an active life for another
have been troubling Mr. Ei- five to ten years." But he told
senhower for some time, dating I New England newsmen that no
back to 1949 when he had to take one could predict the life span of
three months off as a result of a heart patient.

juuammauon 01 uie iomacn lin lining.
ing. lining. Another attack occurred im

mediately after he addressed the

American Society of Newspaper

HECTIC PRESIDENTIAL DAY;
Annthpr rtnint mntisf9Aff V

Editors ia April. 1953. He was suf- Dr Tjivine wai that snv avaHa.

fering prior to the dinner, but ment which causes a speed-up jn

mnuagcu vu gov uuuugu ins sjjcctu me neartoeat "could be very dam-

vcxvtv k n uciicu vu uid Jiab- aging.

form to a side room where

collapsed in a chair. --
TELEVISED HEALTH REPORT

It would annear that the time' Until somebody can'' explain it

has come to rewrite our. penal code for me differently, I will never ad adjust
just adjust a little bit to cope with just mit that what constitutes "juris "juris-what
what "juris-what is crime and just what is diction," and legal misprints, and

THIS LITTLE PICCIE With raised snouts, lowered
haunches and an Emily Post air, these porkers politely sit and
beg for their food. Man behind the gray metal pail, Joe
Marcy, has trained the hogs to prove that pigs areht stupid.
Marcy retired to bis farm in Green Cove Springs, Fla, after
service as a Navy chief petty officer.

' COSTLY STROLL

FALLS CITY, Neb. (UP)

A.i3-year-ow boy calmly walked
the full length of a block of freshly

poured cement sidewalk here re

cently, then put his initials in the
cement. His father had to pay $20

iui usvuis ui uuewais reiuusneu,

punishment.

Some reasons to think it over:

' Chinese charged with narcotics

violations got dismissed on the
judge's own motion after the Chi Chinese
nese Chinese had pleaded guilty.

A 68 year-old convict with a 46-

year criminal record in six states

and three foreign countries wan
his freedom on a writ of habeas
corpus he wrote himself, in longhand.

. They 'argued that, at. the time
of their arrest, there was a 13-day

lapse before the law they were ac

cused of violating was actually

signed although a special meet

ing of Congress speedily rectified
the accidental mission, in a re.

codification of the basic law.

An ex-serviceman convicted v of

murder of his fellows in tha Ko

rean, war gets off scot free be.

eause oe was tried under tne wrong

jurisdiction.-. Whether he was

murderer or not bad nothing to do

with it. H was merely-a question

of a reenlistment and a technical

lapse of a couple of weeks

i A drunk runs down an ancient

pedestrian, kills him dead, gets ar

rested on the scene for drunken

driving, and culpable operation of

an auto, leading to deatn. i n

charges against him are dismissed

Why? No alternative. There were
no witnesses to tha actual run

down of the victim.

New York's Judge Samuel Lei-

bqwits was-forced by law to dis dismiss
miss dismiss the indictment when, in the

third day of trial, the prosecution
was unable to produce witnesses.
The law says that it is insufficient
for conviction iustt o show that the
car operator was intoxicated, after

the fact, witnout eyewitnesses.

Said Judge Leibowiti: "It is

most shocking condition .where
Hrunken hums can drive along

Ihiuhwivt and kill human beings,

An auto in tne nanus oi amass u

just as lethal a weapon, and more

so. than a gun in tne nanas m a
child. We have to enact new laws
to keep up with modern times."
To me, with my slim knowledge
of law, it has never seemed just to
throw out any case on a egal
technicality. ; ; V
A murderer il a murderer, no
matter what happened in the fine
print of the indictment A dope dope-seller
seller dope-seller seUs dope, and Is guilty,
whether or not a recodification of
laws exempts him for five min minutes.
utes. minutes. A drunk that kills a pedes pedestrian
trian pedestrian is a drunk that kills a pedes pedestrian.
trian. pedestrian. .;, '; i.
Judge Jacob Schurman, who
freed the Chinese under SI ball,
after reducing it from $2500 al although
though although the Chinese had pleaded
guilty on the narcotics charge
.... m.ntlnneri that 1-memO fTOm

New York District Attorney Frank
Hogas had an unnumbered Page
'it ii hard to see how a typist's

oversight would have bearing on
whether a man was mixed up m
the hop trade, but the Jurists will

awing it at you evwy u

the rest of the nonsense has any anything
thing anything to do with whether a man
committed a crime.

.3

he it hannens that the dav tha

President suffered his latest at attack
tack attack of indigestion was especially
nerve-racking. In it he was forced
to eat his Mm wnrris'ahnut nmitraU

-Unfortunately the public has ism made at a press- conference
never been .given a clear picture the day before. ,'
of the President's health. The ike's off-the-cuff statement
carefully presented, televised reV sympathizing with other nations
port on his health did not give the which failed to join in alliances
whole picture, as Dr. Paul Dud- with big military powers (such as
ley. White virtually admitted after- the United States) brought amaied
ward in an interview with William queries and frenzied protests from
MrNsmarA nf thn PrnviHonne .i .m .k Tt.ti... ..J

TTe either HM np he riirln't snrl
(R.I.) Journal. , : the Philippines, plus word that it

it doesn't make any actual differ-. -.PS-" s,am?. ; .that Dr. might completely end the eo

ence ;
White

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Drunken Kissing Party Charges Denied
By Ousted Agrlcultu re Dept. Of f icia Is

"WASHINGTON, June 21 (UP):

.Two former Agriculture Depart

ment officials denied yesterday
f'at they "got drunk and carried
d a kissing game" with married

-nen at a party in Montana in

11. : :

. Robert B. McLeaish, who resign.
ei Tuesday as Farmers Home
administrator, told Senate invest ig a
tors he "had my full faculties"
when he left the party that followed

a business meeting in fiozeman,
Mont- .... :. ... ;; :
' Carl 0. Hansen, former FHA
state 'director in Montana, conced

ed some drinking was done but

saia was aDsoimeiy noi irue
that he and McLeaish took part in
a kissing game.
"I simply don't believe in that,
'even if I were drunk," Hansen
-said.
- The two ex-officials were called
for questioning by a Senate Civil
Service subcommittee which had
heard testimony earlier that both
were heavy drinkers. The group
is looking into McLeaish's hand handling
ling handling of the agency and a cancelled
one million dollar-a-year Insurance,
contract :

Another former FHA official, Wy

bout a time in San Angelo, Tex.
when a man in a restaurant "made

quite an issue" over remarks made
in Spanish to his wife by McLeaish.
He said other diners pulled the
husband off McLeaish and the
FHA boss was led away to his ho

tel.; : -J ;-"
McLeaish explained that he had
intended to tell the woman that
"I'd like to eat with you tonight."
But he said his Spanish was peer
and the remark came out seme seme-thing
thing seme-thing like "I'd like to be with
you tonight."
McLeaish disclosed that his res

ignation, announced by the White
House Tuesday, was handed in

after a conference with his boss,

Agriculture Secretary Ezra T. B En En-son.
son. En-son. He said Benson ."strongly sug

gested I resign."

"Tne secretary told me tne si

tuation was not good for the orga
nization." he said. "I didn't have

to resign but he thought it might

be best for me if I left. ;
As to charges about his heavy

tippling, McLeaish said he never
drank "to excess" during duty

hours although he often lifted a

few with friends, including some

"on Capitol Hill." He did not lden.

lie Reed, of Verden, Bcla., told a- tify the friends at the Capitol.

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BRIG. GEN. LOUIS T. HIGHTOWER, (left). Commanding Gen General
eral General USARCARIB, presents a $2936 check to Leonard L. Brock Brock-man,
man, Brock-man, executive chairman of the Canal Zone Cancer Committee.
This- check represents the money donated by the UA Army
Caribbean troops. The-1956 Cancer Fund total reached an all
time high of $19,345 as compared to the $18,800 collected In
. . . 1955, the most successful previous drive.
' (C.S. Army Photo)

Hca$e-Ser ite Conferees Authorize

j....- P.r..., In ...story:

WASHINGTON, June 21 (UP) -Bouse-Senate
conferees agreed yes yesterday
terday yesterday on a compromise $32,900, $32,900,-000,000
000,000 $32,900,-000,000 bill authorizing the biggest
road building program in history
and calling for tax increases to

pay at least part of the cost

The bill calls for construction of
a 41,000-mile network of super superhighways
highways superhighways linking most state cap-l

Hols and larger cities. It would
be built over a 13-year period and

cost upwards of 27 billion dol dollars.
lars. dollars. The federal government would
pay 90 percent of the cost and the
states 10 nercent r i t

The legislation also would pro pro-Tide
Tide pro-Tide for $5,100,000,000 of federal-

state primary, rural and seconda secondary
ry secondary roads during the next three
years. The government and the
states would split the cost 50-50.

The federal government would

bear, all the costs of 300 million

dollars worth of national forest
and park roads to be built -over

the next three years. .. ?

Other House-Senate conferees
will meet today to adjust minor

differences in tax features of the

highway r legislation. Both' the

trucks, trailers and tires to help
put the program on, a "pay-as-

you-orive oasis.

The original roads bill passed
by the House called for an overall

51 v billion dollar federal-state

program over a 15-year period. The

Senate approved a $37,200,000,000
bill covering 13 years. The House

voted for 40,000 miles of new super

highways and the Senate 42,500.

xne House-benate conference com

mittee agreed on the 41,000-mile

compromise .

xne comerees also accepted a
Senate plan for apportioning fed

eral funds to the states for con construction
struction construction of the superhighway net network
work network during the first years of the
program. This calls for federal
funds to be allocated on the basis
of a state's population, size and

rural road mileage.- The popula

tion wouia count iwo-tmras in the
formula, and size and mileage
one-sixth each. v C
The House formula would have

based a state s allotments on its

estimated heeds. Under the Senate

formula 31 states would get more,

House and Senate have voted to and 17 states less, than under the

ausvicua ev, vi faaviuiQ, wu9V9f rvjcClcU UOUSO YCT51UIU

He said "We all had a drink"
t the Montana party but added
that he left early. He said he un understands
derstands understands "that Montana being
as cold as it is, there's quite a
a bit ef drinking goes on." The
party was held in June.

"I don't think I'm a habitual

drunkard or even a casual drunk
ard." he said.

Both he and Hansen blamed the

tales about their drinking on fo fo-er
er fo-er FHA employes who were
charged. Hansen said charges a

gainst him came largely from his
ex-secretary, Mrs. Kathryn Carter

of Bozeman.

He pictured Mrs. Carter, who
testified Monday, as an "emotion

ally unstable" woman who was

friendly to him at first but later

became ."very bitter" because she

was transferred to another Job.
Asked H he ever wrote love
letters te his secretary, Hansen
said he wrote her "friendly per

tonal letters while he was away
in Washington. He said he would
"just as soon not elaborate" n
the contents ef the letters "ex "except
cept "except that it was a two-way propo proposition."
sition." proposition." -. ''.-.,. ; v
McLeaish admitted he made a

"mistake" in listing his former
S6.000 salary at $8,000 when he

filled out a government employ

ment form in 1953. He also ac

knowledged that some federal em.

moves have been fired for sucn

errors. V f

Questioned about another Inci

dent, he said he "could have" sug suggested
gested suggested in 1953 that J. M. Ferguson,
president of the Houston Fire and
Casualty Co. of Fort Worth, Tex.,
hire a friend of his, John Stevens.

But he said he did not recall tauc tauc-ine
ine tauc-ine with Fercuson about giving

some government insurance busi business
ness business to "friends of the adminis

tration."

Ferguson testified Tuesday that
McLeaish made both suggestions.
Which he refused. His firm later
lost its one million-dollar-a-year F-

HA insurance contract
Students Wreck
Newspaper Plants
In Mexican City

imflTiTti r t m

xnunaiiiA, raciico, une 21 i

(Uf A "reign of terror" by stu student
dent student rioters demanding a bigger
cut of the Mlchoacan state budget
virtually halted normal activity in
this nouthwestera provincial capi capital
tal capital today.
Student mobs wrecked two news

paper plants and inflicted heavy
damage on public buildings and
other government property when

GovTJamaso Cardenes refused to
listen to their demands that 14 per

cent of the state budget be allocat

ed to "improve our conditions."

Cardenas ordered the police to
deal firmly with any new disor disorders.
ders. disorders. Virtually all shops and oth

er business nouses untamed clos closed
ed closed today.
Queensberry Drops
Divorce Decision 1
To Actor Radford
LONDON, June 21 (UP) The
great-grandson of the peer who
drafted boxing's Queensberry rules
was cited today as corespondent
in a divorce action. He lost the
decision..:.!,: v ::;ri.-,r.. .,,.,.,. .

David Harrington Angus Doug Douglas,
las, Douglas, 26, the 12th Marquis of Queens

berry, was named in a divorce pe
tition by actor George Radford.

Neither the young Marquis nor

Mrs. Ann Radford, 25. denied the

allegations, The costs were award

ed against the marquis.
The current peer's great-grandfather
drafted a code of boxing
rules in the 19th century which
became accepted throughout the
world as the standard regulations.

House Ccmnii;:
Poslpsnss HsErings
0i Republic Fund I
WASHINGTON. June 21 UP)
The House committee on un-

I American Activities today post

poned tnaeiiniteiy public near near-ings
ings near-ings aimed at determining
whether the Fund for the Re Republic
public Republic U "friend or foe' in the
struggle against communism. -'
The hearings had been sched.

uiea to- surt next Wednesday.

Federal School Aid Bill
To Reach Floor Of. House

WASHINGTON, June 21 (UP)

tne' House Rules Committee a

greed today to let the House -vote
on the Federal school aid bill which

had been gathering dust on a cbm
mittee shelf for almost a year.

The committee,
a clearing house

which acts as

for legislation,

The Hnns. onminlltM .tart-.! VOiea S 10 3 10 Sena Uie ,BOU,OUO

looking into the fund after it is.-,000 measure to the House floor for
. ... O Minn avnAetM nevt niaaV

suea a report caning tne com-,-v" -v.
munlst party political crgan:-1..1" majorrty was surprisingly
zation and criUdzlng congrer.'18e:,.Flve Democrats and three
sional Investigators for branding! Republicans favored it while two
it nart of an International m'D one Republican

splracy. ,were opposea.

The fund is an off-snoot tf . ,. .

the Ford Foundation which fi-I.Kw'J S.w 73
nanced it by a 15 million dolterlgS?
grant Henry Fotd IL head.ofif'"? one or two vote m,r m,r-the
the m,r-the Ford Motor Co., and Robert "1 'f jor. h.A Mj'
M. Hutchins. fund presldent.ltio"0"? tie dhe LvM
nuaffd 10 ftttend 1eXc.tio
public hearings. in fMr it mleht v. kmtA hv :

FranClSl flckf avp aetrrmaatinn am An1.

menU. ; ,,

Committee Chairman

E. Walter (D-Pa. said the to

qulry has not been abandoned

even tnougn no new date was,

set tor the bearings. He said

The bill still faces a twe-

prongtd battle when it reaches

t' !dJni8J' W th.T w have the vet..

!! B. A . i te pesaage.
to call off the investigation, v j

'its Just tnat a number t of,

tnings nave happened that pre prevented
vented prevented the staff from complet completing
ing completing its Inquiry Walter .aid.

Practice Session j ;

Of Dancing Club

The Silver Star Sportlne and

Dancing Club will hold ft square
dance practice session at ; the
French Society hall tomorrow
night with Buck Jones and his

Tropical combo providing i the

music.

President Eisenhower had anneal

ed repeatedly for enactment of

the measure, the latest plea be being
ing being made Monday from his hospi hospital
tal hospital bed. .:- :

Rep. Cleveland M. Bailey (D-!

V.V.A.), a leading supporter, told

reporters he would guess the mea measure
sure measure will be called up for floor
debate by the fmiddle of next

week." fcarly action is necessary
because of the impending adjourn adjournment
ment adjournment of Congress, now scheduled
for mid-July.
' Under the procedure approved

by the rules group,, the bill wi

be .ubject to six hour, of general

debate and will be open to amend amendment.
ment. amendment. r. - :
One change almost certain te
be proposed is an amendment by
Rep. Adam Clayton Powell (D (D-N.Y.)
N.Y.) (D-N.Y.) to bar Federal funds te
eny state that does net comply
with the Supreme Court's ruling
against school segregation.
If it should be approved, the
bill would encounter heavy oppo opposition
sition opposition in the Senate where South

erners are ready to filibuster a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst such a provision.
There is no gag rule in the Sen Senateunless
ateunless Senateunless one is voted by' two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds of the members and they
could talk endlessly..
A number of Southern congress congressmen
men congressmen fear funds will be withheld
from the segregated school states
by executive action regardless of
what happens to the Powell amend amendment
ment amendment .. :
Meanwhile, the House Education
Committee voted 14 to 10 to table

a bill to give f ederal financial aia

to school districts that abolish ra

cial segregation.

Inauiuralion Tonile
The El Rancho Garden will

inaugurate tonite something new

in Panama, a small TV Lounge.
This place is completely air air-conditioned,
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merit which as eracefullv as tjos

sible said the President of the
TTnitari State hadn't meant what

he actually said. It was a humili

ating statement to come iromi ne

HU1W MVMaVf mw uw --

was to lose sprat oi our oesi ax ax-lies.
lies. ax-lies. 'Vi
On top of this came word that
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'. reversed Ike'a personal plea for

loreign-aia lunas. un me wnoio,
' it was a lay to test the health
of even the most vigorous Presi Presi-'
' Presi-' dent.,
HOPE'S MERRY-GO-ROUND
Conteractiny the hectic presi presi-dential
dential presi-dential day were some of the best
wisecracks ever to come from that
king of wisecrackers, Bob Hope, at
the White House photographers'
dinner. If laughter is conducive
to good health, Ike should have
been tiptop form after listen listening
ing listening . here is part of Hope's
' assortment:
"I'm delighted to do this job
for free. I was supposed to be
paid a little something, but It was
put in the foreign appropriations
bill." . "Adlai and Estes just
finished an old-fashioned mud mud-slinging
slinging mud-slinging campaign in California.
By the time they left they'd stuc stuccoed
coed stuccoed 500 homes." ."Lyndon
Johnson of Texas has got into the
race for President I think it's a
grand idea. Texas hasn't had a
President since it admitted the
U.S.A. I can see the President
. from Texas moving White House
furniture into the Alamo." .

"One thing about a Texan for
President. He won't dicker with
the Russians. He'll buy 'em out-
, tight." "Governor Harriman
is an inactive candidate. That's a
' man who says he doesn't want the

nomination, butH fight to the

aeatn for his rifiht to set it."

"No matter who wins, the election

wui do gooa for the farmers.

Those, speeches really, help the

croos." . "The city of Wash-

jingion loom beautiful from the

air. i saw all those warships lined

up on the Potomac, their guns

pointing at me oiuce of the Sec

retary of the Army." .... "Im

agine the Army, Navy, and Air
Force all fighting each other. Oh,
for the good old days when Hitler

was the enemy ... "Poor Stal

in, iney've accused him of every everything
thing everything even sending a Christmas
present to Senator Joe Mc Mc-Carthjr
Carthjr Mc-Carthjr - .:..':',.
- BUS STOP -e'-V
BERLIN, Conn, w (trp) in

court on a charge of passing a
standing school bus, Joseph J.
Kordy explained he was ''preoc

cupied" because he was driving to

a job interview. Kordy, who was

unea id, goi uie joo driving a
school bus.

Paiiis lii Back!
NERVOUS!

Rheumatic!

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tri th Kidney. Ml Kidney and
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kidnm way.: 1, Clean out poisonous
ci. 3. Combats rermi In th urinary

fttoEtei True Life Adventures

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MISS MARIE DOLORES JENKINS ;
PARENTS ANNOUNCE MISS JENKINS BETROTHAL
TO MR. JOSEPH STRU9 OF NEW, JERSEY
; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Jenkins' of Cocoli announce the
engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter
Marie Dolorei to Mr. Joseph F. Strus, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Jnaenh strns of Kearny. New Jersey.

Th mirrlare will be solemnised with a nuptial ma

St. Mary's Church, Balboa, on Saturday, June 3 at itnar.ni.
All friends of the families are. Invited to attend the wed-

dine ceremony.

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Ambassador of Mexico and
Rafael Fuentes.

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General and Mrs. Harrison:
Giving Reception To Honor
President, Mrs. Arias .;
tfl.. PrmmanHar.in.rhlpf Caril).

bean Command, and Mrs. William ; Deputy and Mrs. Jorge Illueca

Knn will entertain .on June, nave announced me oina 01 a son
-,tv 1'piphts reid-'at San Fernando CJinic.

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Two Matreni
. Mrs. Omer E. Malsbury enter entertained
tained entertained today at a luncheon honor honoring
ing honoring Mrs. Ernesto de la Guardia,
Jr.. wife of the President-elect,

and Mrs. J. J. Vallarino, wife of

Ambassador to the United states.
New Minister Sworn In
At Presidencia
Mr. Angel Lope Casis, Panama
City attorney and professor, who

was named several days ago to

the cost of Minister of the Depart

ment of Labor, Social Welfare and

Public Health, was sworn in yes.
terday a, a ceremony, at the Pre Presidencia.,
sidencia., Presidencia., .) v-V: ""-.k.;'s. :,:
, Minister Lope Casis succeeds Dr.

Seraio Gonzales R.. He r a mem

ber of the Panama law firm-of!

Chiari and Fabregi. -
Mrs. Htnv Daughter
Leave To Attenet )
Mr. Adams' Fvntral

Mr, Robert S. 'Herr ot Balboa

and ber daughter. Miss Charlotte
Anne Herr left by plane for Cape

Cod, Mass., to attend the funeral
services of Mrs. Herr's mother.

Mrs. James If. Adams. Mrs. Ad

ams was a frequent visitor to the

Isthmus and had many mends in
the Canal Zone.

of I'arunni iivl

The oartv-will follow a military

review at Albrook Air Force Base.
Lt. Ketnan Is Married

At Albreek To Lt. Fester
Lt. Virginia Keenan of the Can Canal
al Canal Zone was married at Albrook
Air Force Base on Saturday to Lt.
George P. Foster of Los Angeles,
Calif.- -'
Chaplain, V. M. Sink performed
the ceremony before a. group of
friends.
iHrs.i Harriet Serger, of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Side, lister of the-bride,' was
her only attendant.1, Mr. .Charles
M. Keenan, brothers the' bride,
" was best man, ;
' Mrs. FosteQis the daughter "of
Mrs. Hametoento, formerly fif
Gatun, i o now makes her home
in St., PAersburg Fin., and of the
late Mr. William Keenan f tli
Canal Zone.
. The newlyweds Juve been as.
aigned the Orlando Air Force Base
in Florida.
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Fnartyi Return ." 'i
Mr.v and Mrs. John T. Fogarly
and their four tons have returned
from a vacation in the Stales..- ,,
Mrs. Reiers, Miss- iff ,'
fnterlamed at Britiah Embassy
' The British Ambassador and
Mrs. Ian Henderson gave a lunche luncheon
on luncheon party Vcsterday honoring Mrs.
John A. Hoeers and Miss Heath

Rogers who are house guests of

the United States Ambassador and
Mrs. Julian F. Harrington.
Mrs. Eniro.ue Learese t ;
; l Henered
' At Mexican Kmaetty

Mrs. Enrique Lagrere, wife of

the Ambassador of Chile, who is
leaving soon for her homeland, was
honored last uight with her hus husband
band husband at a dinner tendered by the

MEETINGS

. Uik asdc far tnc!to to Ikh
nluan (kwiie MibiBittca i lyp lyp-wriltn
wriltn lyp-wriltn fem hM I w
the tax UBtm HUH aaily I "So "Social
cial "Social n4 OlherswiM," r erllvcrea
by kwa (hi (Mt: Nttirc
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Exacutive Dictaff Cewncil -Past
port t June Matting
The June meeting of the Exe

cutive Distaff Council his been

cancelled as a result of tho Bum

erous official command functions

occuring during the month, Carib

bean Command Headquarters an

nounced here today.

Regular" monthly meetings will

be resumed the morning of 12 July

1956 ar9:30 0 clock at the Quarry

Heights Officers' Club.. The pro program
gram program will feature an observance

of the fourth anniversary of Oper

ation Distaff. ;
Doctor Wives Club

Meets June 27 v-

The June meeting of the Doctors

Wives Club will be a luncheon at

the Fern Room of Tivoli Guest

House at 12:30 p.m. on June 27.

Judge uuthne. fv t-rowe wiu De

the guest speaker. ;

The Gorgas wives will be Hostes

ses for the luncheon.v

Reservations can be made or

cancelled by calling Mrs. Hanley
at Navy 3151 or Mrs. Brown at

Balboa 2680.

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arrived on the Canal Zone yesterday; seemed fully at home; in the tropical garden Of the i
official residence at Balboa Heights." At right Is Miss Jo. Ann Potter., Her, sister, Miss.Susan
Ruth-Potter, center, is holding a. marmoset, (or .the: cameraman.' ' j ' :

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gruuiu'j lamuy snouia give
shower That type of party JLs
left up to friends.
Relatives can entertain for

the br'de er for the bride and
groom with ether kinds of par

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BY ALICIA HART
X,:: NEA Beauty Editor
fnt vnman find that the treat.

er numbers of dresses in their
WAtt mr tinnt ilmifiM. The to

tal expenditure "is small. But the

average nurane.' 01 nours spent m
tK nssfiil pattnnx in hieher than

the number spend in town dress

es or suits. "--.
THa olnthsa mum tnT fHinff the

kids, doing the dishes, doing the

laundry, cleaning, cnauneunng,
marketing and mending should be
attractive as well as practical.:
Styles this year are slimmer
than before, but they still have the

ease and fullness necessary for
active work. The fullness comes
through gores, circular effects,
deep pleats or wrap-around styles.

In picking a nouse -cress, jw

for ease in the blouse portion.
Sleeves should be raglan or have
a bias underarm section for com comfortable
fortable comfortable stretching and reaching.
Three quarter sleeves should be
nmiriM nr there will

be uncomfortable binding later on.

Easy-to-care-lor cottons are we

best fabrics In house dresses. Cot Cotton
ton Cotton crepe, seersucker and emboss embossed
ed embossed cottpn come in cool, colors,
plaids, stripes or prints.;

Durability Is more likely if the

garment has short machine stitch stitcher,
er, stitcher, straight seams, restitched pock

ets' and adequate seam allowance.

Hems and facings should be even,

flat and a suitable width for the
dress fabric and design.

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way coin toss was used to de decide
cide decide who would fill the two va va-nii
nii va-nii An tha villa t board here

after in election. Dan Sullivan lost
out. Sullivan. Albert Duerfeldt.

and J. S. Kinney, had polled 29
votes each. .... s

Goes On Vatatien
Mr. Joseph Cunningham of Pa Panama
nama Panama City his left for the States
to spend vacation with his fami

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Heme Frem College
Miss Rita Maduso, who attends

Skidmdre College in Saratoga, N.Y.,

is spending the summer with her

parents, Mr.Xand Mrs. Fred Ma Madura
dura Madura of Panama. '-
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There is much value in the ad

vice given to mature women' that
says: find whit suits you and stick
to it.
One field in which this is parti particularly
cularly particularly true is the matter of hair

style. It; is 'to-Jhe women- whose
standard style is long hair, done

up, in a bun,, that tnu column is
addressed. -...''v.- fK
It one's hair begins to lose lus

ter and act droopy, it may be time

to have it cut off. Long ft air is
more difficult to care ior, even to
wash,! takes' longer Ml dry and a
single strand that falls out is by
far more conspicuous i both on the
shoulder and down the drain.
Short haid can ; be shimpooed
with frequency since ji few rubs
of the towel make it dry enough to
wear outdoors immediately. The
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ments treatments or massage. If one's scalp
is sufficiently oily," a daily sham sham-ooo
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NSA HABT.-NSA Beauty. Editor vtV v

As k woman sows' older and her

cnuaren marry and move away,
much ef her personality and charm

must be conveyed to persons who

love ner ty, letters and snapshots,

Thouah a woman's children mav

unconsciously remember her just

as sne was wnen uiey were very
young, u reality they know she is

no longer that way, They wknt to

see snapshots and read letters that
tell them Bht is healthy and, pret pretty,,
ty,, pretty,, even though different each

"I am getting so gray," is not

a suitable comment for a letter.

It tells the reader that the writer
dislikes the development and is
distressed. A pretty snapshot may
tell the. real story, that I woman
is aging gracefully add, that gray

nair, is xar from, uuDecoming,

A woman is UKeiy to. put on

weight gradually as she grows old

er. Telling the children by mail
that -''your old mpther looks like

the fat lady in the 'circus" is nox nox-reassuring,
reassuring, nox-reassuring, Nex is it particularly particularly-humorous.?
humorous.? particularly-humorous.? It is unkind both to
one's self and tp the children, who
vaguely feel they ought to be 'stale
to doi something, r t 1 ;
; A letter doesi't' need to be a re recital
cital recital of lightness and joy this
is lust as .tmsettling to read. A
child feels something is being hid hidden
den hidden along Ihe wy,'
A new dress bought, a new hair
style,' an old favorite dress that's
finally given up. these are plea pleasant
sant pleasant trivia worthy of. mention in
letters and- of documentation f in
snapshots. They tell children that
their mother retains her beauty
and charm ; ,. r- i ;
" Requiem Mass
' Aiimiintnn TSprvirt

tha mmm nf ih mill ol the

llate John R. Blake wiU be held

at St. peter cnurcn, hi aon,
on Saturday -morning at S ?' ?'-clock.
clock. ?'-clock. The jiev,.'JoUa spear will
officiate.

trr ntolr. AA auddenlV i.. l&at

vriria'v avenine and was burled

on Tuesday afternoon at Coro-

zal cemetery.

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comparatively free just like
unmetered air ..-. ;
. Out of darkest Africa, with.its
primordial forests and fatid mud,
its swarms of insects, it3 hard hardwood
wood hardwood trees, its wi.d animals and
child-like natives comes yet an another,
other, another, of the white-hunter narra narratives.
tives. narratives.

A'Cornlsh W a Ifs' Storvi . V :"

(Dutton) is Uie auuioiogry tfi t'm ". locale is the
an English-woman now in her;FrencJr Cameroons, the onfortu onfortu-sixties.
sixties. onfortu-sixties. Because she writes of a'ntte fa,:n ,re orUhs.-the opul
wi etched childhood under the r 1 1 1 Hunter (Farrar,
stigma .-of' illegitimacy and re-!i,trus 8nd Cudany) and the au-,

jection, the author has chosen a ;uf-is rrea Merneia. -pseudonym,
Emma Smith. ( i Like) most of its oredecessors.

tmnia s granoparents .are tooju records the forced marches
poor to keep her. Her mother through impenetrable jungles, the
doeut want her At the age of fidelity of the, gun-bearers, the
six, she handed over to. an or- close brushes with tabage beats,
rn riflnlaw milk aa liiJaA,. ; . V'H. 7

mm um i uic tftj SUiugMer of assorted animals,
slums of Plymouth. With this I especially gorillas, ostensibly for
man sne tramps the reads of ki

Cornwall from Plymouth to Pen-',, for knowledge,
zance and back again, singing for, Xhere ,re .so m e interesting
pennies- and whatever else people notes concerning the home life of

t..UuSu v BmG uc. ihttLe-unown African trine J ana
Her bed "is a pUe of bug-infestl!0"9 ,ise1'therkwf e,.m" J
ed rags in the corner of the Ith14 "f less ibout the great
Ph mouth : room and het diet ba-,DM

con rinds and cheese. Once, afi .. .., .,.,..:
.1.. .. .1 Among, the benefits of civuiza-

street h iiinva "a hrif rasnit.'tion: There are smaU widely scatf

at a baivation Army shelter.

The girl seeks refuse in a con convent,
vent, convent, and here she feels security

and peace for the first time, tier
stay at the convent is a long

tune.

tared communities of natives, liv

ing in the most primitive condi condition,
tion, condition, who are nevertheless visited
regularly by tax collectors sent
out by the French administrator!,
a.1 t : Wt 1mm

and healing one. Emma emerges w irami n
into: the world to ifind marriages forest shack must ante up at

and a happy family life.
This is not a story- of survival.

It is a story of triumph. The au author
thor author concludes: '"Now I'm anx anxious
ious anxious to find a little cottage some somewhere
where somewhere in Cornwall with a bit of

groiMd ", upon .wnicn we : ean
grow vegetables and flowers. 1
Thanks parity to the success of
this book in England, the publish publishers
ers publishers teSl us that Emma now has
her cottage .

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et) (Comet) is an, optimistic, easy-to-read
account of the coming of. the
atomic age and an introduction
to the future hydrogen age.
Robinson has had a : ring.side
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fo'.ding un-fo'.ding of the :omic era. A vet veteran
eran veteran official of the Atomic Ener Energy
gy Energy Commission, he is now con connected
nected connected with' the AEC's Savannah
Kiver Project in South Carolina.
Previously, he was a public in information
formation information officer at the Oak
Ridge project., ..
The author traces the develop development
ment development of the great atomic installa installations
tions installations at Oak Ridge, Tenn., and
Hanford Wash., and the race be between
tween between the United States and Rus Russia
sia Russia to build the hydrogen bomb

in postwar years. Such terms as.

fission (splitting of uranium at atoms
oms atoms as in the A-bomb) and fu fusion
sion fusion (fusing of hydrogen atoms
as in the H-bomb) are explained.
Robinson has had to skirt cer.
tain phases of energy production,
which are still classified. The
reader will look in vain for a
physical description "of the atom
or hydrogen bombs. And he will
find no clue as to how the bombs
are detonated. ..

Great benefits for mankind are
in n r n 1 n e t. Robinson savs.

"Once the thermonuclear reaction

is controlled t energy may be

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FOR SALE
Household

FOR SALE: Living room set,
dining mom tat, hill bad. Every Every-taint
taint Every-taint $125. Call Mn. Screggin,
13-7132, heart 7 a.m. ta 3:45..
FOR SALE: Real bargain. Din Din-iaf
iaf Din-iaf ead living ream tats $7$.
Leaving far Statu. Pfcaaa 2224, ;
Carandu.
FOR SALE: Btmtyrest extra
farm double aMttres and baa
spring with legs, lika aaw $95;
aaiy chair and ottoman $11;
yauth bad with innerspring plas plastic
tic plastic mattress tfree chifforober
$30. Contact Dr. Pictrd, Ralbaa
6369 ar 6342
FOR SALE: Baby crib and mat mat-traaa,
traaa, mat-traaa, tod canditien $10. Call
Pa. S-4135.
FOR SALE: Twa blend aak and
tablai, cacktail table and (tap
tabic, boudoir eair, baakcata.
E3-4I04.
FOR SALE: Blonde mabefany
living room auric 4 act. $40;
mahoa any bad ttand, taring. Cat Cat-tan
tan Cat-tan maHrett $40. Balboa 2 2-2401.
2401. 2-2401. FOR SALE : 4-burner "TapM""
gat ttava $93; "Singer" lowing
machine, table model (brand
now) $295; double bed with
new mattrett $39; metal eheitt
af drawert $14.50; beautiful
modern living ream turret $150;
mahogany 3 door wirdrebet
$129; dining room table and
chain $75; battockt $3.50 and
many ethers. Cash ar Credit.
Household Exchange, Phone 3-
491 f, National Ave. No. 41.
FOR SALEt t cu. ft. Frigidafre,
25-cycle, $75;' mahegaay china
clatet $30; : dinette tet $20.
Phana Balboa 3691.
FOR SALE: Owner going to
States, 3-piece dining tet with
4 chain, .and tables, Bendix
washer, Phone. 211959, S a.m. a.m.-4
4 a.m.-4 p.m.i waCkdayt.
Draftees Rejected
On Security Grounds
May Demand Hearing
WASHINGTON, June' 21 (UP)
Delense Secretary Charles E.
Wilson has. ordered the military
to grant a hearing to any
draftea rejected from service on
security grounds.- w
In issuing a revision of the
Military Personnel Security Keg Keg-ulatlona
ulatlona Keg-ulatlona yestei day. Wilson em
phasized that all cases should
be decided on an ."overall com common
mon common sense" basis. i:;..;.v
The principle change was the
one applying to drafted men re rejected
jected rejected because of derogatory in-
tormation. v
"In the event the registrant
is rejected an opportunity to be
heard will be granted if the
registrant so requests," the dl-
tecuve saia. - v : -
Prior to the new order, draft
ees were investigated before In Induction
duction Induction and could be requested
without a hearing it Inquiry re revealed
vealed revealed "substantial derogatory
information.", iv
Wilson ordered the Army,
Navy and Air Force secretaries
to issue "uniform instructions"
to guide their officers In arriv arriving
ing arriving at "common sense" deter determinations
minations determinations In security cases.
Armv Secretary Wilber M
Brucker Issued such instructions
last October, chiefly barrinir the
possibility that a man could be
rejected automatically on : a
"gullt-by-association" basis.
Associations are taken Into
account in Army Inquiries but
are no; a basis lor automatical
ly ruling a man out, ;-
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES Of AMERICA
Canal Zone
Vailed Statce District Court Per
The District ot The Canal Zona t
. Balboa Division
b the Matter of the Adoption of Nbla
Yolanda Nelson Espinosa, a minor un under
der under the tfe of 14 years.
NO. 4SU Civil ril.linn MHnn i
AdopUon. ......
to: oaipn Nelson is,
You ar herehv remilrMl to annMr Ka-
tat the United States District Court lor
of Balboa, at the Courtroom thereof. In
the District of the Canal Zone. Division
Ancon, Canal Zdhe on the 17th day ot
Augun iwe, at a o dock in the fore forenoon
noon forenoon of that day, then and there to show
cause, If any you have, why Raymond
r. Russell should not proceed with the
hearing; of his petition for the adoption
of the above named minor.
Witness, the Honorable Guthrie T.
Crowe, Judge. United Statea District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
una ana ur of June 1958.
C. T. McCermick, Jr. v
: Clerk of Court
; ( by Lob E. Harrison
' Deputy Clerk
To: Ralph Nelson
The foregoing citation It served ujon
you by publication pursuant to the or order
der order of the Honorable Guthrie F. Crowe,
Judge. United States District Court for
the District of the Canal Zone, dated
the Ktth day of June 195, and entered
and filed in thit ection in the office of
the Clerk of the United States Dixtrirt
Court. Division ot Balboa on the 20th
day of June W.
v. T. Mccormick, Jr.
wwwwwedertr-ee Couit 1 whihiwp..
- bv Lois R. narrisea
. Deputy Clerk

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031, ANCON, CX
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE: Clean 1953 Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet Tudor "210" tenet, ta ta-tene,
tene, ta-tene, wtw, radio, heater, new
teat co von, reaaaaable 'erica.
Balbea 1829.
FOR SALE: Oldtmabila Halt,
day "9S" Super Deluxe 1951.
Nydramatic, radio, eriginal awn awn-ar.
ar. awn-ar. Mint tell by June 26. Make
effer. Cad Panama 3-3477 day daytime.
time. daytime.
FOR SALE Thie week, '51 Ford
V-l Deluxe Sedan, excellent
hape. Balbea 2-6322.
FOR SALE.- 1949 Ford 4-door,
lew mileage,, condition af thit
car above average; ahe 1952
Merrh) Oxford, mechanical con condition
dition condition good, duty paid. Year
choice $475. Balbea 3571.
YOU'LL WANT thit 1950 Tu Tudor
dor Tudor Ford, radio $485. Heuta
2531 -A, Cocoli. Phone Navy
3812.
FOR SALE. 1951 Pontiac 2 2-deer
deer 2-deer tedan, exceptional condi condition,
tion, condition, loaded with extras, 31,000
miles, new tirot. Mutt be teen
to be appreciated. 2507-D, Co Cocoli.
coli. Cocoli. Phone 4-306.
FOR SALE-1952 Chevrolet to to-dan,
dan, to-dan, excellent condition. Cheep
for quick tale. ; Curandu S3-
5176. .. .O'-
FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet
Tudor, 210 model, EZI glass,
custom teat coven, clean $895.
Must tell by 26 June. Call Clay
tea 5137,
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
"210" 4-door aadan, 14,000
miles, ana owner, 'excellent con condition,
dition, condition, wtw, power glide. Will
accept reasonable after. Call Co- -ce
Sola 308.
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford Conver Convertible
tible Convertible $605. Phana 84-3165. tec
at 2530-A. Cacall.
iVew Zone Governor
N (Continued from Para tt
orthy of the trip across the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus was a Urge gathering of Pa-
raiso school children at the Pedro
Miguel station to wave greetings.
Arriving at th Balboa Heights
Railroad station promptly at the
scheduled hour of 3:45 o'clock, the
Governor was greeted by an hon honor
or honor guard formed by a detachment
of Balboa policemen. Despite
threatening weather, a large num number
ber number of Pacific side residents were
at the station on arrival of the mo
tor ear. ;-
The Governor and Us family
were given a motorcycle police eg.
cort from the station to the Gov
ernor's residence immediately aft after
er after the honor guard ceremony.
Marilyn Monroe,
Playwright Miller
To Wed Very Soon
WASHINGTON, June 21 (UPV-
PUywright Arthur Miller said to today
day today he will marry actress Marilyn
Monroe very soon, perhaps with
in the next few days."
Miller announced the long-rum
ored wedding plans to reporters
after telling the House Committee
on un-American Activities that he
has never been under "Commu
nist Party discipline but has con contributed
tributed contributed to Communist-front organ organizations.
izations. organizations.
Miller said he hoped to honey
moon in Europe with Miss Monroe,
who is leaving for London July 13
to make a new picture. He has ap
plied to the State Department
for a passport. But his last pass.
port application, two years ago,
was turned. : : :
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FOR SALE
llisceHaneoas

FOR SALI Maytaf weaker ana
dryer, automatic, vary little ate,
60-cycle; air-conditioner "Cold "Cold-tpet"
tpet" "Cold-tpet" 13-ha. 60 eyelet, tavea
months ate with 5-year guar guarantee.
antee. guarantee. Best offer. Laavtng Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus and must tell before June
25. Phana 3-1540. Corner af
14th and Bolivar Stt, Pacific
Pratt Building, Colon.
FOR SALE: Upright plana, ideal
for bar or playroom. May be
aaaa at 2507-D, Cocoli. Phana
4-306. - v
FOR SALE: Native saddle
horse, batter than averaaa, fold folded.
ed. folded. Phana Balbea 3373.
FOR SALE: L. C. Smith type typewriter,
writer, typewriter, Spanish and English keya ;
board, almost aaw; fina mahog mahogany
any mahogany dropleaf table, Daaeaa
Phyfe; ; tmafl apartment tixa
washer whb tplndryar. After 4
ve.m., Calle Miguel Icaxa No. 5
(left tide Raymond Clinic), Apt.
No. 2.
FOR RENT
Apartments N
ATTENTION C W. imt bailt
wadera furnished apartments, I,
2 bed roe me, bat, cold watoa,
Pbena Peaaam 3-4941.'
FOR RENT: Apartmentt $40
and $25. Jose Agustin Aranga
Street 501 0-A. Inquire tame
address, Apt. 12 or 7th Street
Ne. 3, Parque Lefevre.
FOR RENT-Furnished 1-bed-reeni
apartment duplex house,
garage, fenced yard. Call Cam Cam-baa
baa Cam-baa 6-206.
FOR RENT Modem ana-bad-nam
apartment, bat water, stove,
r a f r I g a rater, air-conditioned.
Campe Alegnv Phana after 6
. p.m., 3-4242. i
FOR RENT: Furnisbtd modern
apartmentt, tcraaaad, Intpected.,
ana and two bedroomt. (all 2 2-3065.
3065. 2-3065. FOR RENT- Furnished apart apartment:
ment: apartment: 2 bedroomt, 2 baths, best1
taction Bella Vista, from A A-gust
gust A-gust 1st for 5 ta 5Vl months.
Phana 3-05S0.
I II i e.. III I .m IIH I. l I
FOR RENT. Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment $50. Clayton
neighbera, regular trantpartetion.
Phone 3-0471.
FOR RENT. Screened furnish furnish--
- furnish-- ad apartment I bedroom, cam-
platefyvf umished, hot water, near
transpertatioa, located at "El
CangrerO," available at anca.
Call 3-4644 ar 3-0741 betweea
3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
FOR RENT: Modern two-bed'
ream apartment, parch, livlag-
ream, tcretnad, hot water. For
turther details please call 3 3-4946,
4946, 3-4946, 3-6737. ;
FOR RENTt FuraUhed ar un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished ene-bedroom modera
apartment, garage. 163 Via Bel-,
isario Perrat. .-,
FOR RENTt Bast located
ream furnished apartment. Clean
and independent. 43rd Street
N. 13.
FOR RENTt 2-bodroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living ream, dining roam,
kitchen. 13th Street No. 16, Saa
Francisco, Via Perrat. Phone 3-'
2457. :
FOR RENT-Unfurniihed twa twa-.
. twa-. bedroom apartment, living' roam,
- kitchen, Saa Francitce. Pbena
1464 Balbea.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart-;
; apart-; ment for bachelor, ana bedroom
and bath, Bella Vista, $45. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-1643.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, Bella Vista, ana bedroom,
living raom, all screened, $70.
Pheno 3-l64."-" --r.-r
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, suittble for twa, couples,
hat kitchen and bath-betweea
bedroomt and is Army inspect inspected.
ed. inspected. Also storage apace suitable
for shop or storage. No. 63 4th
af July Ave. See Janitor Powell
at above address at pbena Hop Hop-fcint,
fcint, Hop-fcint, Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT: Madera two-bedroom
apartment with hot water
and garage In Ricarde Arias St.
i (Campa Alegre), Phone 3-5322 ,'
or' 2-2416.
FOR RENT: Madera apart apartments,
ments, apartments, excellent location, "Da-
veaua" Building, facing "Hotel
Panama," Cangreio. Not water.
garage. Also office space. Call
3-5692. Apply at 2034 7a. Ave.
Espana (Sabanatl.
FOR RENTJ Furnished, Inspect Inspect--
- Inspect-- ad, twa-bedream apartment, hot
water, excellent location, ana
couple $80; two couplet $110.
82 Via Perrat. Phana Panama
3-6115.
FOR RENT Apartment: living
and dining ream, bedroom, kitch kitchen.
en. kitchen. Via Espana, Parque. Lefevre,;
beaida Baturro '.
FOR RENT. Furnished 2 and I
bedroom apartmentt. aa the
main. Call 3-48 IS between 7-9
a.m, 4-6 p.m.

RESORTS

Baldwin's furnished apartmentt
at Santa Clara Beach. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Smith, Balboa 3631.
Spend your week ends at Rie
Mar, the best bathing beach la
the Republic, with all cenve
niencos. Moderate prices. The
new management it anxious ta
: serve yea.
PHIUIPS Ococasidc Cettates,
Saata Clara, Boa 435. Balbea,
Phono Panama 3-1377. Crista,
bat 3-1673.,
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Balboa 1866
BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable houses.
Phone Thompson Balbea 1772.
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LT. GOV. H. W. SCHTJLL, Jr. presents check to cash Incentive award Winner In at nn-i,T v. t- v. . .i
. Administration Building. From left to right are Arthur Q Belgr
Brown. .Joh9 E. Jennlson, Edmund Joseph Henry L. RofffiTA 8 a?d sX ffi&
ners, Earl w. Sears, and Gordon A. Graham do not appear 'to the plctw "

11 PCers
Cash Incentive awards total
ing $290 were given by the Ca Canal
nal Canal organization this week to 11
employes whose suggestions were
approved by the Incentive A A-wards
wards A-wards Committee and were a-
dopted by the Company-Govern'
ment. .-
The checks were presented by
acting Gov. H. W. Schull, Jr, In
a special ceremony held In his
office at Balboa Heights.
Employes whose suggestions
were of cash value to the Canal
organization i were Arthur G.
Belgrave, foreman In the Com-!
missary Division; Mrs. Elizabeth
L Brown, clerk-typist In the En
gineering Division; Gordon 1 A.
Graham; former supply and re requirements
quirements requirements officer, storehouse
Division: Mrs. xatnryn a. ore
ory, clerk-typist. Engineering
Division; William Goidiein, su-
pervisory accountant, Account-
New-Books
Thuroer's Does, a collection of
James Thurber's dog stories is a-i
mone the books placed in circula
tion this week by the Canal Zone
Library."1" "" I
su UU9 uuv.i .uiuuci u.a .ucur
bled all his best stories, articles
and drawings on the subject. The
book's contents will be enjoyed by
all those people who' agree that
dogs are man s best mend.
The complete list of new books
and their authors announced by the
library this week follows: -Non-fiction
Marriage is For
Two, Strain; How to Reduce Sure
ly and safely, rouacic; The Gour Gourmet
met Gourmet Cookbook; Thurber's Dogs,
Thurber: Change of Climate, Wil Williams;
liams; Williams; Memoirs of Catherine the
Great, Catherine XI; Mac Arthur;
His Rendezvous with History, Whit Whitney
ney Whitney and Taming the Forty-miner,
Margo.
Fiction The Lenient Beast,
Brown: Greenwillow. Chute: Wi
dow's Web. Curtiss: The- Film of
Memory, Dmon; Fostmark Mur
der, -i Eberhart; Gallant Captain.
Frye; Tne jury disagree, uooa-
child; Tne iner, tianna; second
CilUiib, i 1 11 ' ' 1 1 AVTTU ,13 V1UKU-
inc. Polil: The Three Lesions. So
i." i unnr... a i nnm !..
lon; and Some Inner Fury, Taylor.

FOR SALE
Motorcycles

FOR SALE: Harley Davidson
motorcycle, new tint and bat battery,
tery, battery, good condition. Fort Clay
Ha 5239.
LESSONS
ANN LATTIN'S SCHOOL OF
DANCE announce summer dais'
as beginning Tuesday 2:30 and
3:30. For registration: Cacall'
Clubhouse, Phana Balboa 2 2-4415.
4415. 2-4415. lng Division; John E. Jennlson,
leade foreman. Maintenance Di Division;
vision; Division; Edmund Joseph, book bookkeeping
keeping bookkeeping machine operator. Pay-'
roll Branch: Henry L. Rose,
clerk, Payroll Branch: Earl W.
Sears accounting assistant in
the Housing- and Grounds Divi Division:
sion: Division: John H. Stevens, account-
ant Commissary Division; and
uave a. wnne, itoreman, Cristo
bal storenonse. 1
The highest cash award of $80
was received by Goldfein for his
suggestion that the Company
Government adopt a new copy
ing process which would result
in an annual savings of $2100.
A check for $50 was presented
to Sears for a'suggested revision
of painting specifications which
would result In an annual sav savings
ings savings of $1000. . f
A cash award of $45 was given
to Stevens for the proposed a a-doptlon
doptlon a-doptlon of a form for reporting
overtime In the Commissary Di Division,
vision, Division, a suggestion which saves
from 45 to 50 man hours of work
each pay period.
Checks for $25 were" given to
Rose forv suggesting a new sys system
tem system of sorting bills prior to their
being forwarded to the Payroll
Division and to White for pro proposing
posing proposing the use ot a stock form
already lit stock-for material or orders.
ders. orders.
- A $15 award went to Mrs.
Brown and Mrs. Gregory for pro proposed
posed proposed changes In the method of
datlne correspondence to mini
mize retyping and redating of
letters.
Graham, who resigned, from
Cancer Drive
7 (ConUnned tram. Pare 1Y
for the prevention and euro ot
cancer.
On behalf of the representa
tive members of the Canal Zone
Cancer Committee, which In Includes
cludes Includes the Armed Forces. the
Panama Canal Company-Canal
Zone Government, Medical Of Officers
ficers Officers and civilian representa representatives,
tives, representatives, Colonel Charles- O. Bruce
Chairman expressed the appre.
elation of all those who both
worked for and contributed to
this year's outstandingly suc
cessful campaign.

incentive

FOR RENT
llouses

FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
2 bedroomt, living room, maid's
raom. Inquire Oliver's office,
entrance ta Pasadena.
FOR RENT. Lave hr 2-bedreem
-ceacrete cottage on. the Santa
Clara Beach, barf mile from Saa Saata
ta Saata Clara. Sleeps 6. Decpfreese
kebox, gas, etc. $20 week and
r $40 monthly. Saa Mrs. Aa Aa-derton
derton Aa-derton at Sea Cliff Acres.
Position Offered
WANTED: Radio technician.
- Must have experience, good rcf rcf-era
era rcf-era nets, speak English and Span Span-eth
eth Span-eth correctly and have driver's
license. ELGA, Peru Ave, Ne.
' 39-116.
i f
m
- v. 1 :-

Awards Total $290

the Canal nnrnnfoattnn ,M
- v.vu .I.LUVIT
was given a $1$ award for two
of five -recommendations which
were adopted concerning stock
Controls nr material aif
i which resulted In better stock
cuuvroi ai tne storehouse. : .-,
, w woo Kivca tu
Joseph for his proposal of a sys-i
o. ir U'"M" ou1i 01119 at r-
e, jivojmusi, wnica resulted' In

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WANTED
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WANT TO PLACE: Response,
ble, excellent moid. Availakhr
Jaty 1st. Call Pa. 3-4135.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENTt Camp Alegre,
nicely furnished room with pri private
vate private bath and meals, for shorter
or longer periods. Call 3-1739.
LOST & FOUND
LOST: Parrot, green with vol.
lew head. Reward. Phone 3 3-4840.
4840. 3-4840. Cangrejo.
".,!... J..

an estimated annual savin nt

$250.
Belzravo rennlvnrl m tnr
proposed system for amhHro

merchandise and checking skids

at wio commissary ui vision.'

jemuson aiso was given a $10
award for a nrnnnsnrl rntntf

tool to be used In the current
process of standardizing tire hy

uiaut MliUllgs. ,;.'"v f

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840 kcs.f Panama Gty
Telephone 2-3066
. PRESENTS'

Today, Thursday, June 11
4 on Feature Review

4:30 What's Tour Favorite (re-

v quests taken by pnons
till 3:00)
530 News 1
6:35 What's Your Favorite
(cont'd) v
6:00 To be announced -eOoBLUE
RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Here's To veterans -6:45
Do It Yourself s i r
7:00 Goon Show ?
7:30 VOA Report From U.S. 1
8:00 Elizabethan Theater a5 ;:
8:30 Take It From Here r
9:00 You Asked For- It rfre rfre-;
; rfre-; quests taken by phone
. tiU7:30) r,-. '. (

10:30 Music From Hote.1 El Pan-

ama .'.', :
10:45 Temple Of Dreams

11:00 Concert Under The Stars

12:00 Sign Off.' '. .J h

I'

V"'

danced All Night'
Has Sylvia Dancing

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MOWS lY.UD!Qf t

IIHfU

I'-'TXYWOOD

- i

rrii Hoi- There's stagfierine sum, of

lTflrmcorP(j:,;hani Wallis,money involved more than most
' ?Tr! "v ",'t os could raise.

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Sylvia Syaat Elvis Presley
' By DICK' KLEINER '

ACC3Y Ctt CMSri,

By OSWALD JACOBY

Written for NEA Service

'wh J i s 1 i
wii ia London, is expettdin
Hollywood aoonIt wa; more into
aweef publicity- tftist prpught the
big. drawling be mam and ; the
cuti with the tupturnea nose to together
gether together adoring Fess'' visit, abroad.
Where-" this new v heart, interest
leaves Marele Rjnehart,. the Partt Partt-tr
tr Partt-tr Steadj up to nowris anybody s
.uess.v'yrt'.'V:i.'.'r- i, -V-j";i;;''

si Crawford's X -daughter,

Chrtotwa, is taking dramatic les les-tons
tons les-tons wUh aa eye keeping the
Crawford name alive ea mevie
marquees some day. ... Rock
Hndsea and his Phyllis are rolling
their sleeves for the immnniza immnniza-tie
tie immnniza-tie shots they are required to
take for their Africaa Jaunt. He'll
flay white hunter in MOM s
"Something of Value." v

' rh it iidios I aren't finding it

easy fa pry Marisa Pavn from
the side of Jean' Pierre Aumont
and it becomes increasingly evi evi-Amt
Amt evi-Amt tht she's nuttine heart over

career. RKO wanted her for the

, role of the Indian mam wun noa
nimioer An "Hun of the Arrow.

but Marisa and her French groom
' preferred the run ( of, the honey-

. muuo., . v-

' It WfH Be a womanly Jane

twii with all the eutie-pM man

1 Mrftmi vnne. in' her .come-back

film; "A Girl Most Likely Jane
doesn't want to be saddled with
aweet girl roles or angelic herome
assignmenU ia the future. From
atem to stern, she will be glam glamorous
orous glamorous and mature. There will even
te a change of tone in the Powell

singing voice.
Peters is no longer1 drw

tnt .waeUv salary checks from

Ah rmtunr-Fox and scripts are

M longer being offered to her. The
Shapely Puxile i still very much
under .contract .to the ..studio,
' where'' She soomed to stardom as
an uncomplicated, strictly Ameri American
can American aal type, with a hint in her

" iv.ua of a ven te be Holly

wood's .Biggest questkm mark
since Garbo. Jean's divorce from
' Hhr Stuart Kramer. in. is

about due. Msybe more will be
seen of her when she pirks an the
final divorle papers. . i
f Net In The Scripts Anita Ek Ek-'
' Ek-' berg, denying that she's nixing
; cheesecake b e c a use of hubby
( Anthony Steel: ."After all, he U
not bad choosecake himselL" 5

Two major studios .are inter
ested in placing Peggy Connolly
under contract. She's the dark dark-haired
haired dark-haired beauty In Frank Sinatra's
romantic orbit at the moment. I
hear that Frankie trersures this
comely miss because 'she's '. the
first girl in a long time he's found
allergic to publicity. Peggy likes
secrecy as much as Frankie,

. Susan Jlayward emerged .the
complete victor in her Jbattle with

Jess Barker. Hard to believe that

Barker turned down a huge
settlement sum in the beginning

of their divorce battle and 'now

can't lay claim to a thin dime.

Yes, it's true that Rita Hay Hay-worth
worth Hay-worth will make her homo in

Europe from now on. And what

made her return to pictures? tne
acute' shortage of cash, if you

must know. r.

Scout News

The Girl Scout office' is still

accepting registrations for In Intermediate
termediate Intermediate and senior Camp

Cazone. June 27 through July 7

All rirls between 11 and 18 are

eligible and should contact the

Girl Scout oiiice, BaiDoa z-u&u
for further information. Special
arrangements will be made for
those taking summer course at

Junior college.

Mrs. "Boots" Hernandez will

be the unit leader for the old

est cirls. She has had a meet

ing with the girls who have reg

istered and they are planning a
progtara specially adapted for
older girls. Any older i?lris are
urged to contact the Girl Scout

oiiice 11 interested.

Registrations are also being

accepted for Brownie Day Camp,

July 0-July 14. at Fort uaytcn

All girls between 1 and 10 are
elleible and should) contact the

Girl Scout office if interested

for further information..

ExDlorer Bridre Of Honor

An Explorer bridge of honor
will be held at the Balboa chap chapter
ter chapter of the Elks Club, Saturday
from 7 to 11:30 p.m.
The Silver Award the highest
award for Land Explorers will
be presented, and numerous oth others.
ers. others. All explorer leaders, explor explor-ers
ers explor-ers and dates, and their families,
are Invited. After the presenta

tion of awards, there will be re-

? Tomorrow, Friday; June 28
A.M. 'V.7'

6:00 Sign On Alarm. Clock
- ; Club (requests taken

' ey phone tin 7:00) ?
7:S0 Mornliie Salon concert

8:15r-Church In The Wlldwood

8:30 Musical Reveille 1
9:00 Newg J
:15 Sacred Heart

8:30-As I see it

19:0,0-JENNIFER'S JOUR N AL

' (Cutex and Odorono)

10 lOSr-Spins and Needles (re-

quests taken 'by

phone till 8:30)'
ll:(XWNews

11:05 Spins And Needles

(contd)
ll:30t Meet The Entertainer :,.
12:00-Newa ;
P.M. :f,:.

120 sweet And Hot0 i

1.1-u News . : V :
1:15 Music Of Manhattan ?

1:30 Sons Of The Pioneerg

1:43 songs 01 France
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 The Virginians

3:00 Hank Snow And His
: i Rainbow Ranch Boyg ;
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Friday
4:00 Feature Review -4:30
What's Your Favorite (re.
- -quests taken by phone
till 3:00)
5:30 News -
5:35 What's your Favorite
(cont'd) -" I-.-
6:00 Allen Jackson" Commen-
. tary f"i 1 --. ...
6:15 BLUE RIBBON 8PORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer
6:30 Your Dancinar Partv

6.45-M E L C H R IN O MUSL

uaus (Nescafe) ;.. j-.
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report From U.S.
8:00 Music By Roth -8:30
Short Story Theater r -9:00
You Asked For It ; (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
" tiU 7:30)

10:30 Cavalcade Of America
Il:00-Jaa5 Till Midnight

k.uu oign urr.

NEW YORK -r (NEA) Miss

Sylvia Syms is a large lady who

has been the darling of the inti

mate night clubs for 15 years. Ex

cept for an occasional arty album

on off-beat labels, she never made
a record until this year. Now. she

aas: .. r

A -A happy-selling album on

Decca.

B The best-selling record of

the hit song from ''My Fair

Lady(" the lovely "I Could Have

Danced Alt Night."

'It's wonderful," kays Sylvia
Syms, beaming all over.
- Sylvia thinks her record career.

which now threatens to be tre

mendous, was held back because
she Only" well, almost only
sings show songs. And, until Dec

ca took a Dyer on her, the big rec

ord companies were afraid that
her material wasn't quite com commercial
mercial commercial enough for the 'merry

mSs market.

"I'm .innar' ol Want M S vl.

vli explain. "I've always felt the

vr cs were the most important

altment In r-snfl.'Thaf s one rea-

ion I like Frank ; Sinatra be

could lose his voice and still ev every
ery every word he'd say wwld be mo-

sicel." . .

After she signed wnn f ueces.
she mede her album. When this
started selling like, hot cakes (or,
rather, like hot cake makers

wlKheri hot taxes WOUiQ seur wee-

i. fiffiirrt thev'd release a single

from the album.'1 Sylvia and her

manager aaid no, they d iratner
she do some new stuff lor ; the

single.

"So they s greed, she s a y s.

"And they 'gave me three songs

we were going to make lour

sides but we couldn't pick

fourth. This was on a Thuesday

and we were going to record on

Thursday. Finally, we picxed
Could Have -Danced All Night

Jack Pleis made the arrangement

on Wednesday and we did it the

next day." :

Now it s one of the top records
of the moment. And, as one by byproduct
product byproduct of having a hit, Sylvia
in no longer scared of kids.

"I was always arram 10 sing 10

kids." she savs. "If they came

into a club I was working, they

were out for a bit evening. They

were away from mother, and then

thev come in and there i am, a

motherly-type, singing songs that
they only vaguely understand.. But
now they know me and like me

and it s fine."

DOWN YOu CO-Talk about chuckholes, man, they've lot
whoppers down here In New Mexico. Ira Straque of Ode sa
Tex., found on of '.m the hard way. Not-even Texas has

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TUN I liH I
6:15ohdS:00'

Friday TOP GUN"

DIABLO WTS.V
6:15 I? 8:90 : v

GATVN
7:00 pm;

Academy Award Winners Best Actor
,i in the Best Picture, 1955!

. Ernest Borqnine, in "MARTY1'

Friday "TABOR, THE GREAT
Wm. Campbell Mamie Van Doren
: i . Keenan Wynn
il V: I;, "RUNNING WILD"
Friday STIUNGE LADY, nji TOAYN"

Only one problem remains. Syl

via Syms still nasn t neen ame
to get Uckets to "My Fair Lady."

Coming back te records and
high time, too is the lovely
Fran Warrtn. She's bean absent
many months since she went into
legitimate theater playing in the
national company, of "The Pa-

Now she's signed with Unique
fi hr first number will be a

litUe dHty called "A Corset Can
Do a Lot For a Lady," which
is sung in the movie,' "The First
Traveling Saleslady," by Carol
Channing. ;''.' '"V 1 !': '"'
Short note on Elvis Presley -after
being panned by. TV ertm
tnr hi mrformance on the Mu-

ton Berle. show ne s signea u ir

ear as a guest on one 01 we iu
iiion chnwx. coming on

NBC-TV soon opposite Ed Sulu-

van.', Alien V isn't taking any

chances on the critics finding fault
with Elvis bodily gyrations. He
wants to put -the singing star in
tight-fitting tails,
OICK'S PICKS: "You Don't
Know Me" is a good song and
two good versions are out by, Car-

This Is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones:
Eddie jFisher's 35 per cent- Interest
M "Bundle of Jov." M eo-starrin
picture with Debbie Reynolds, is
kird-tA-iwillow .stuff M -seme

tmrm auitlt Irillf h Can't

evca get one per cent of a picture.'freshment and dancing.,
Pais-of Jack LemmoO and Cvn-' 1'

thia Stone believe the reconciliation-will
coma off in due time.

and that these two will sailf-

tmoothly. "They've been through
ftoo much together," one of them
told me. . Anne B?xter refused
to fight John Hodiak's parents in

Iheir legal action to claim I
tome that John left them. i
..Stewart Gr!nr,and .lean Sim ,(
. Inons are said to be filing every
lick of their world!" pxvH in
I'der to swing that big deal fori
ticir cattle ranch in NeW Mexico.

PIDDLES GO
Till flnrt Nixe4trtn ppllctioB will
low rleir wp yonr, akin plmpwi.
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your akin become! clean, clear and
aoft. Nixadtrm ia a new treatment
that kiila germa and paraallea caua caua-lnef
lnef caua-lnef eczema, ttrhlna and pimplea. J on
will not set rid of th akin trnublea
until you rcmova tlie iterma that are
hidden In the pore. So Wxoderm
from your druarist today to hM
pimplea and elear-and aoothe your
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BONNE BONN BON-BON
Wearing a Mecklemburg na native
tive native costume, above, Inge Setter
woo the title of "Miss Bonn"
in beauty contest held at
Bonn, Germany. Inge, a 19-year-old
law student, will rep represent
resent represent the city In the "Miss
Sermany" competition,'

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South didnt have to struggle in
touay a hand. The opponents oegan
by taking three heart tricks, and
South was down then and there.

-Both North and South' were dis dissatisfied
satisfied dissatisfied with the result, of course.
There is no advantage in nlavinB

a hand at five of a major suit even
if you mak your contract r and

l there ia even less advantage if you

gv uuwn. "i
Who overbid?

North was the culm-It H shnnM

have opened the bidding with one
no-trump to avoid just this kind of
trouble. The opening bid would
show 16 to .18 points with balanced
distribution and strength in at least

uiree suits, .: , ,.;,,.. ,.
- South would count his own" 12
points and would realize that the
partnership total war 28 to 30
points. Since 33 points are usually
needed for a slam when both
partnership hands are balanced.

South would be satisfied to stop at
four spades.
Whenr JJorth' opened -'with one
club, he was trapped. He was too
strong to raisn to onlv two snarip

but not strong enough to 'raise to
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w inree spaaes, ne snowed a hand
that was stronger than an ooenina

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in aistrmution or in both. South
couldn't be blamed for pushing
towards a slam.

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CRlkTORAL Judv Holllday & William Holden 5
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Cole, Capitol); "The Other Wom Woman"
an" Woman" (Sarah Vaughan, Mercury);
"Paradise Lost" Decca); "More
More and More" (Charlie Apple Applewhite,
white, Applewhite, MGM); "Chigger Chiger
Wa Wa (Cab Calloway, ABC-Paramount);
"Top Hat, White Tie
and Tails" (A Nickelodeon, Fla Flamingo):
mingo): Flamingo): "Rebel In Town" (The
Crew Cuts, Mercury).
Some fine new folk music rec records
ords records Harry Belafonte sings
Calypso, on RCA, and that's s
treat for sore ears; Soil Ives
sings sea songs on a Decca al.

bum called "Down to the Sea In

Ships;" Epic has a minstrel show
on one album called "Gentlemen,

Be Seated; and RCA presents a
new group, The Wayfarers, sing singing
ing singing folk songs frorn all over.
Some new calssical piano' re releases
leases releases Malcuxynski, on Angel,
has a Chopin piano recital that is
a job; Solomon, on RCA, plays
Beethoven's Tempest and Appas Appas-sionata
sionata Appas-sionata sonatas; Pablo Floras, on
MGM, plays a collection of Mex Mexican
ican Mexican folk melodies be calls "Mem "Memories
ories "Memories of Mexico."

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""ice-President -Here to -Hole-
.fUchmiirt- Celebrate .
4Jh Anniversary- J ? v- .A,:.
:. Canal Zone Lodge IS. Intern Intern-'
' Intern-' tonal ..Association of Machinists
ROMANS MISSING HALT TUT
tJN WITH REPLICA OF UPER UPER-'MARKET
'MARKET UPER-'MARKET ,

Europeans are toon going to geti
- a firsthand look at ." that groat!

"American institution;, the super
.market r
, An exact replies of the kind of
market that offers the American
housewife everything from forxen
" meals to food for Fido is., to be
t set op in Rome in June, ai a Unit
-. ad States aovernment nrolecc
It occurs to me. however, that
the replica of the American super-!
market wont be complete unless
a .few models' are hired to por
1 tray typical supermarket shoppers,
There ougnt to. be- tne nousewue
- in curlers and shorts to show just
:: what- a casual busutesa trading 'in
' a' .sunermarket' can' bev y;

i.There-ought to, be-the-mother
who stops at the .front ; door to
. .iUark-children, five and seven years
old,' at the table of comic books,
; meanwhile putting her toddler in
the basket on wheels to keep him
nut of mischief. This would show

that marketing for Americans can
t M an outing tor-tne wnoie iamuy.
M henpecked Husbands. Part el Act
"There1 ought to be a few men
shoppers stopping on alter wore
, to buy the makings of the evening
, ijveali? It would illustrate how' the
.supermarket has! encouraged the
- American husband! to take part' in
. planning meals and buying groc
j Vries. ,''- 1
There ought to be at least one
shopper who trots arbund.iwithout
a nst ana so arrives at tne cneci-
out counter having "forgotten-sev-
eral necessary items. This would
Vbtf .ttow not to shop in a busytsu-
permarket.. ,.. :....- 1
'Tnd, of course,, there ought to 1e
a few wpmen standing around
'-talking; to show just what com community
munity community center the supermarket has
become tq suburban America. "...
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CRISTOBAL 2121

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will celebrate-their 50th Anniver.
sary tomorrow at the Elks Home
at Brazos Heights starting at 7:00
bo m. Cocktails will be followed
with a- buffet dinner and dancing.
Canal Zone Lodge 689 was found-'
ed in 1908. and a peution for a
charter was made to the Interna
tional Association of Machinists a
bout March 1906. The charter was
granted and signed on June 20,
1906, with Ji members usiea.
timing down from Grand Lodge
for the occasion will be Elmer E.
Walker. vice-president who is
scheduled to arrive yesterday. He
will depart on June 25.
Besides Mr. Walker it Is expect
ed to have other distinguished
nests, including officials of the
Panama Canal Company.
; During the activities, veterans
certificates and badges will be
presented to the following mem members:
bers: members: E. A. Eckhoff. 35 years con
tinuous good standing; Daniel Con-
sidine,' .25 .years continuous gooa
standing; A. A. Rankin,. 15 years
continuous cood standing; and A,
G. TutUe, 15 years contmuoui gooa
standing. ; . ; 1
Alt machinists not directly con
tacted who may desire to attend
this affair please contact raui n.
Zimmerman, phone 1-1313 or 3-27
81, or T. J. Pimento, phone 3-1313
or 3-23ZJU '.
Plumber Finds
Cache Of $590
In House Wall
, GARWOD. W.J., June 21 (UP)
'As plumber Installing a pipe
line today discovered a cache of
$590 In two rusty tobacco tins
embedded m a wau.
William Beekman cave the
money, in bills of small denom
inations natea iwi or earner, 10
Lewis Verlotti, owner ol the
house.
' Verlotti rewarded Beekman
with '$50, Verlotti bought the
house sue years ago.-
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July S
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July tt
July 28
.August 4
Arrives
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.June 45
..June 25
.June 2
..July 9
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ResislrElIon Fcr
Yr$ Sv-im Classes
Open .Until lien day

Registration for the special
summer swim classes at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa YM.CJL will be held open
until Monday, tit was announced
today. j '-
These classes are part or the
National "T.M.C.A. progressive
aquatic tests and have four clas classification
sification classification ley els: minnow, fish,
flying fish, and shark. At the
successful completion of each
level, the swimmer earns a card,
a pin, and an emoiem ior ms a
enlevement
Instructors for the program
will b Miss Rachael Trapnell
and Bob Fearon, both seniors at
Balboa High School.
The program1 is for children
of military and civilian person personnel
nel personnel between the ages of 7 and
14. Parents mav reeister their
children at the main desk of the
Balboa Y.M.OA. any time before
Monday. ;
Classes will last for two
months and will be held m Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday at
9:30 a.m. for swimmers and 10:-
30 a.m. for non-swimmers.
Junior Elks,
To Observe
Youth Day
Eureka Junior Temple No. 97
and the Victoria Juvenile Class
No. 90, IBPOEW, will observe
Elks Youth Day on Sunday by
attending a thanksgiving serv service
ice service Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in the
Cavalry Baptist church. I
A program of songs and reel.
tauons will be field at the regu regular
lar regular meeting place following the
service.
Zimmerman Quits
Firm Producing
Hemingway Novel
HAVANA. June 21 '(UPlOs
car-winning director Fred ZJm
mremann atiit tne comoanv nro-
ducing -The Old Man and the
Sea" today. Informed sources
said Zimmerman and producer
Leland Hayward "did not see
eye to eye" on their approach
to the film based on Ernest Hem
ingway's prize novel. 1
T" CAT FIR!
GREELEY. Neb. fTJPV A
fire in the home of Misr Francis
Snell was blamed on her cat The
pet bad encountered some burning
trash that set fire to its fur end
then run into the house in panic.
Little damage was done to the
house. The cat died..

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with Johnston's No-Roach,
t No-Roach is a white viscous
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- Cockroach?
Apply No -Roach to cupboard
walls, baseboards, near sink and
cabinets, on pipes, and wherever
- you see cockroaches.
Ant
Brush No-Roach
around table legs and
counter tops, across
window sills and door
ills, and across ant trails. Ants
will not cross the coating. Pour a
lew arops into anc mils. .. ;
Bed Bmg$
Brush No-Roach on bed frames,
cracks in walls, chair legs, and
uesiea iurmture.

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East 46th Street or at your local Commissaries i

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dress with skirt width. Flat, nnpressed pleats are held in just at the Upline. Pauline Trigere
uses chiffon weight chambray, right, for slim sheath, beneath flared everskirt. Fabrics for
both designs are from Hope Sklllman. -- :- ', t ..,

Hundreds Disappointed As Circulo 4
Show, Dance Halted By Colon Police

Hundreds of Panama City res
ldents who donned their best
suits and dresses and traveled to
Colon for the Circulo Cuatro
Club's annual June show and
dance were disappointed Mon
day nitrht when, the police clear
ed the TroDical Club because the
promoters did not have a Board
01 censorsmp okay on uie snow.
The police acted on orders
from Gov. Jose M. Gonzales as
chairman of the Colon Censor
shin Board, who later said he
was not aware who the spon
sors were, when he issued a gen general
eral general order to stop all uncensored
shows from being held. ..
A spokesman for the club, Harry
sterline. ouoted Gonzalez as say
lne he had consulted with veter
an snowman ueo. une naron
Bryan who had attended a Cen Censorship
sorship Censorship Board meeting held the
same day and Bryan bad said
he was unaware who the pro pro-motors
motors pro-motors of the Monday sight
show were.
Sterling, who has been kept
busy aince Monday apologizing
Silverfith
Apply No-Roach to book shelve
before inserting books. Brush
wherever silvvfish are found
Common Sen IT my
Remember, when you use John Johnston's
ston's Johnston's No-Roach, you don't have
to move dishes, pots and pans,
or breathe harmful vapours, as -you
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sprays. Apply No-Roach just
where you want it, the invisible,
coating stays effective for
months.
Guard against crawling insects
this common sense Ne-Roacfe)
way. 0 o&, Pint, s 1 ; w

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for his failure to put on the an
nual show, said his club', has1
been sUgine the-wldely-mibll
cized annual show for. several
years and had never been told
he, had to have it okayed byvthe
uensorsnip juoara. -. ,-
However, sterling' said i the
show and dance has been- re
scheduled for July 3 at the
Tropical Club. ,),;.'
12 Non-US Citizen
Positions VacQnt'
Albroblt Announces
Albrook. Air. Force Base lis an
nounced 12 vacancies for hon-U.S.
citizens: two. electricians three
carpenters, two? plumbers, (f 0 u r
painters, one cartographic engi engineer.
neer. engineer. At least four- years experi
ence is requirea to quenry 'for
uiese pusiuons. ... ?
'Qualified Demon mav innlvfnr
the jobs by mailing their aDolica-
tions for Federal employment (SF
60) to the Civilian Personnel Office
or turning in their applications at
tne main gate. Application .forms
may be obtained at the main gate
at Albrook.
V;rIf$rt
ZOOOspotitss reems
Sensible rain hdwde radia
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ON TIMES SQUAKE AT RADIO CITY
Ctbl Aidna: TRET An
Drink.;,
Th Juices ef S different, gafdoa.
fresh Tegeteblos are blend td inte-
this famout drink. Yowigiter love
its lively flavor, and thnve ea ita
vitamin-packed -.
goodnen. At meal-
tune of between BT1
meals-V-t givea 1 t
them the refrcih- 1
saeat they want, f r
end the nourish- r
aaent they need.'

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Dafehse Sec Seesi;
I!o proven Change'
In Russia's G03I

. WASHINGTON, June a (UP)
Defense Secretary Charles E. Wil Wilson
son Wilson declared yesterday there has
neen no "proven change" in Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's long-range goal of world dom
ination.. He called for continued
"sound defensive measures" to
insure UiS. security.
Simultaneously the Senate For
eign delations Committee said Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's military capacity has "not
been significantly weakened."
Therefore, U.S. military plans must
oe geareq 10 realities not to
facade of smiles and sweet talk.'
Wilson msde the statement in
appealing to the Senate Appropri Appropriations
ations Appropriations Committee not to cut Presi
dent Eisenhower's foreign military'
aid proeram "substantially";
; To do ,.. he said, would present
quire- "a complete revaluation of
Our international position and of
our own military budgets."
Without the aid program, Wil-J
son aaaea, "we wouia m ail prud prudence
ence prudence need, to increase the size of
our own armed forces, at a very
much greater cost in manpower
ana m money.' : v
Adm. Arthur W. Radford, chair chairman
man chairman of the Joint Chiefs of .Staff.!
told the committee that much of
U.S. deense strategy ."hinges up
on the. continued availability of
military bases located around the
Communist periphery.1 He said U.
aid- is vital to guarantee' conti conti-nuance
nuance conti-nuance of thes bases. .1
The House cut president Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's $4,SOO,000,000 aid authori authorization
zation authorization request to. $8.800.000.0. The
Senate? Foreign Relations Commit
tee voted to raise this to v bil billion
lion billion dollars. This bill sets limits on
spending for: the- fiscal year start
ing July 1. Actual cash will be
provided In a separate bill, with
appropriations committee of both
houses making mitui recommenaa recommenaa-tions
tions recommenaa-tions ; 3 '. -: ; ; t: srt -:":.:
In Afghan Quakes :
T ATfAUTT Tl,lricl, Tuna 91 1
(CP) The official Kabul radio
roported today that an estimated
2,000 persons were killed in earth
a iiijiuii) wuis mm.
quakes : that rocked Afghanistan
this week-end. -'
Travelers reachmg the border
city of Peshawar said total casualties-were
likely to exceed 10, 10,-000
000 10,-000 persons.- v '
Earlier broadcasts from ine
ifj :j tu ...... 1.....

wrenched giant boulders from the'aUgnment table bogged down be be-mountains,?
mountains,? be-mountains,? damming the Kunhar cause of having to to

River, valley and flooding the
countryside. Several villages were
reported buried oy tne aeons. 5

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Operation Cc:!:bco!c Cqp!:tcd
As Fori Kobba Folk Fell To

By Mamie Buckley Chiselm
.
Many a would be writer had the;
thrill of seeing their first published
work in the initial edition of "re "re-cetas
cetas "re-cetas del Caribe," the unique cook
book sponsored by the Fort Kobbe
Officers' Wives Club. A smssh hit
and complete sellout the first
week, it went into its second print printing
ing printing early in June and many hus husbands
bands husbands of members of the club found
themselves literally in the "pub.
lishing business" along with budget-minded
wives with visions of
doubled or even trebled profits on
each copy for the welfare fund.
Last Saturday, the enure 2,000
copies of the 252 page second edi edition
tion edition were laid out in reverse order
on tables in an immense S-shape
at' the Fort Kobbe Officers' Club
and at 1:30 fifty persons had ar arrived
rived arrived to work the first four hour
shift assembling the book with the
promise of free drinks and dinner
for their labor. By 4:30 p.m. the
number of workers who had re
ported to join in the fun had al almost
most almost doubled. ''
And it was fun! What most peo
ple had started out to do from a
sense of duty many with tongue-in-cheek
turned out to be one
of their, best Saturday afternoons
both socially and profitably. Sev
eral couples took turns on tne af
ternoon ana evening smns wnue
the other played the role of baby
sitter. Wives and husbands werei
constantly leaving the assembly
line tp call their spouses to ''come
on up and join in tne fun." t
: As ene person remarked: It
was mere stimulating than tak-
ing the kiddies across the Canal
te the Chinese market far nana.
nas."' .''.--v-v- n. i v;-
Colonel Frank Miller. Command
ing Officer of the 20th Inf Regt, had
made the most optimistic preaic
tion of production: 500 copies eve
ry four hours. The printer naa neen
the most pessimistic: the same
number everv eicht hours. Both
were wrong. In spite, of Eleicc
Blackwell's "snickerdoodleS" get
ting lost among the salads for the
first hundred copies, there were 600
cooies ready for the punching ma
chine at the end of only two hours
and 900 copies completed in two
hours' and forty-five minutes.!
With the help on Fran Steilau
V ?!?7
and .Annie Lee Clark, who .are
CUUAWS Uai& All piaiv MUM
sembled any cookbooks dropped as
a result of rock and roil rnytnms.
- Everyone -members, husbands,
friends, waiters, casual club visi visitors,
tors, visitors, people m confinement and
those soon to be worked on the
assembly line or at the alignment
table. The only persons exempt
from thumbing through the cook cookbook
book cookbook were the club' cooks busy with
their own recipes out In the kitchen.
t, Fnr teetotallers nlentv 6f iced
fruit punch was provided, b local
distillery and another firm donated
quantities ef beer for uose so m
clmed.
At the cocktail hour the punch
became "punchier" and then an
international buffet dinner of Itali
an spaghetti with meat balls, chef's
salad with Russian dressing, crus
ty warm buttered 'French bread,
with mugs Of -scalding not Ameri American'
can' American' (toffee was served by the club
management to the new night shift
and the veterans of the afternoon
who had assembled 1,250 cookbooks
in four and one-half hours. -
A. festive feature of the dinner
hour was the timely arrival of Lt.
and Mrs. Edward Pehota dressed
in their finest bib and tucker, in
tent upon celebrating their first
wedding anniversary with the club
cuisine.
- Seeing the ejueue for the buf buffet
fet buffet they fell In from force ef ha habit
bit habit and were promptly informed
that in order te eat rhey must
first assemble a cookbook. They
. annd-nahircdlv ramnliod. 1
Music was provided throughout
the working day and its effect was
evidenced in the progress of as as-sembline.
sembline. as-sembline. On the "Mambo" the
line speeded up but progress at the
rame apart anu rcssj"""' ffZ
heeled shoes weree Pfw
siyie m uib :iuu,
FROM NEW YORK
AMERICA A U,S, PACIFIC
..-.Sails Cristobal, C. Z July 9
' PANAMA: t-0551
1507 1159
551

order to qualify for work at the
alignment table one had to wear

a maternity dress.
Things like "Goop"- and three
pages of "Country Captain" kept
cropping up as everyone travelled
in circles but managed to -meet a
a corner: where a recipe for cook,
ing turnip greens 'by a different
name awaited them. Sukiyaki, su-'
erbraten, snitzel, stew, steak, soups
and sandwiches were picked up un until
til until the piles went, down and men
were heard to exclaim a familiar
Army refraini .
"I've done twenty. TH not try for
thirty."- '.
Then each would have another
punch or beer and get back in Una.
One Southerner was heard te
remark that It reminded him ef
the mule at a molasses mill but -nobody
seamed offended at the
comparison..
A mother of small children said
the muscles used for assembling
were the same ones most useful
for disciplining small children ...
holding with the left hapd and lay
ing it on with the right.
Seemingly all over the place
was Peggy Wood who was respon.
situe for tne original format- and
in charge of the assembly party,
Noted, too, working in many ca capacities,
pacities, capacities, was Mrs. Frank Miller
who inherited her job along with
the honorary presidency of t h e
Fort Kobbe Officers' Wives Club.
As the music slowed workers hsd
a chance to admire fleetingly the
art work done by Lt Col. Leslie
Wood or enjoy the beautiful poem.
Panama, penned by lifetime
member, Mrs. Jamie F. McKeniie,
who also wrote in her "Satire on
Panama," these words:, v
"Ifs where you learn to eat
niameys, marrios, papayas, gen
Ipt, che-chos and their cousins;
Empanadas, arrox con pella
and big bananas by the dozens."
At 10:30 p.m. the last copy was
thump, thump, thumped into place
and everybody went home except
those who had the sad task of no notifying
tifying notifying the 90 guests invited to the
special Fathers' Day party on Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Anyone among the disappoint disappointed
ed disappointed group- can rest assured that
they will have their day as already
there are over 1300 orders for, the
second edition of "Recetas del Ca-
riHe" with others -pouring in dai.
ly at Post Office Box 819, r c-rt kod kod-bV
bV kod-bV K is definitely the book of the -month!
in the Canal Zone and well
worth the price of about a cent a
page p tl per copy. ( ;
For those persons interested in
statistics: The first item depelted
was nut twists, and then: marble
cake and fruit take ran out in thati
order just eighteen copies short of
two thousand. A total of 105 per persons
sons persons worked a total of $10 hours or
an average at almost nve nouri per
person.':. -' ','':
Eacn person wa : f i ar"-
mile with the' total pu-5 t c:
walked chalked up as c i tJ i-
ly ten miles beyond Rio Kaio, or
the distance between Chicago and
Milwaukee, or New York and fni fni-ladelnhia.
ladelnhia. fni-ladelnhia. for those who don't know
the location of ten miles beyond
Rio Hato.'. '.-'-.';
The pay- scale was $3 per hour
minimum with the, following twen.
ty-one persons' working the entire
time: Col. sna reggy miner; w.
CoL and Willie Mae Simmons; Lt.
CoL Pedersen; Lt Cd.; and Bunny
Underdahl; Major and RuthHarth;
Capt. and Fran Frankenburg;
Capt-and Doris Maple, Capt. and
Peggy Wilder Lt.' and Betty Doerr
mann; JUarita Seabnry, Polly1
Spears, Ethel Winsky, and Peggy ;
Wood. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Philiips,
CWO Sullivan' and Mrs. Weber
chalked up over seven hours each.
If medals are in erder ene
should go to Francis (spelled with -an
I) Frankenburg who did his
eight hours With temperature
ef 102 end a broken tee..
Time out for dinner was subtract subtracted
ed subtracted from the total hours. Consumed
during the entire day were: 8 gal-.
Ions punch; 9 cases beer; 26No.
spaghetti with, 18No. meat balls;
15No. salad; and. 13 loaves of
French bread. There are no figur figures
es figures on the coffee but the writer had
her pro ratio. The cup' was left
on the piano in the :corner, where
ouiek ain could be slipped in be
tween pages. Apparently someone
had the same idea about smoking
because toward the end there was
a distinct taste of ashes in the cop
or it could have been an ashtray.
This is entitled -uperauon uwa-
book Completed": Perhaps a bet-
ter one would be "canoe voukwk
ConUnjued." There will be a sequel
n ranntrt Dossiblv be entitled
"Opertion Cookbook .Concluded
if past experience. su6v.
the future. 4 ;
NEW RED HEAO Torty-flve-year-old
John Gollan, na-j
tional organizer of the British
Communist party, succeeds
Harry Pollitt, 83. as the party's
general secretary. Pollitt, it-!
portedly resigning because ol
ill health, will take over duties 1
as party chairman.

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THURSDAY, JUNE II, 19S8

TEX PANAMA AMERICAN A INDEPENDENT DAIIT NEWSPAPER
f AGS !CT
Manle Moves 18 Games Ahead' Of Ruth's Pace
K vv r

Mickey Making Greatest
Assault To Dale On Ruth's
'Season Home Run Record

' ' ByFREDDOWNv
NEW YORK, June 21 (UP) Mickey Mantle
'. went 18 games ahead of Babe Ruth's record home
run pace today in what is now the greatest assault
any player ever has made on the mark

Mantla connected twice In tbeiwlth the win. Tom Burd was the

m... vnrfr VankMa1 4-1 Victory
1 nr t.h j Detroit Tigers last

night to lncrease his total to 27:scored .tjw. run on only one

in 60 tames. Ruth main n wivnn m e8"wu ---
27 unfil the Yankees' 78th. game nlngs to beat the Kansas City
. in 1927. Because Ruth dosei Athletics. 54. Connie Grab L won

that season with 17 homers li
"Sentember it is not too unusual

ior m player "w wwu.v
Babe', pace- at this stage cf
ST. race j v
"put Mantle's current pace ak
. so w faster than the two slue:-,
iers who cameclosest to .the
kStaSnb in 1931 an1
v HankGreenberg in-1938.' Foxx
.rfr .ui .-J

' Sn.fi tore

.. tnn fn the next 10 flays

:.V.TI v.. hit ''uniT,them .into firth places Miiwav

24 on June 30, 1938. Both wound
up with 58 homers. ;
'.".With Mantle exploding two
drives Into the center "field
- stands at Detroit's Brlggs Sta Stadium,
dium, Stadium, the Yankees equalled the
.. current season hleh by rolling
to their seventh straight victo victory;
ry; victory; Johnny Kucka recelvid cred credit
it credit for his ninth, win although
Whitey i Ford took; over tajhe
eighth and finished up. BlUy
Hoeff suffered his fourth loss
eomnared to eight triumphs. ;
The .Chicago White Sox re-
( mained 5W games behind' the
. Yankees when they eutslugged
i tlit Baltimore Orioles. 11-8, In
- i three-hour and 37-minute
' atruggle. The White Sox over-
cam an early 4-t deficit to
' slur ieven Balfmore pltchere
for 15 hits including a homer
by tarry Doby. It was the
- White Snt' steih triumph to

i : 11 Snini Inirlffd nflinl B0DD7
Avlla In the 10th innlng-to give
' thr Cleveland Indians a 5-4 edge
dver the Boston Red Sox after
nronrillnn the SCOie
mi c eient-inning nom.
"en

, "n"Vnn"rtoVea h the mo-.M'ckey Mntle who hit two
JJ I r t.,- eason but Jrtlrt. honr, to lead the Yankees to
Etcrcf ton Mossl wat eredlt-4. jj triumph over the. Tiger
".,."-....

by

jof wii;liams

' Drl Carv Mlddiecoff, to dentistry . as wh gJS -J
finaHy eUgible to .W one of those "I Beat Ben Bogan o
: ifctht sywii" fM-tod trigh ''gentlemaii from
' MenShis, Sat IK2 Btoneface In the Masters br m Jjott
St war but it was the first time eyet flnisned ahead of
. him In the one that counts toe Na SftSetti- i '48,
finean. who had won. with a recoid-snawenng z,. 111
was sXconvalesclng from a near fatal automobile crash when
Juddlwoff won in Chicago In '49 and was vnabte r"
that reason Middlecoffs triumph tort 'SSjS'hSm
then-delirious critics were .SJoottM
beaten Vardon. rimPiiSSi
on one foot, while playing "Deep In the. Heart of Texas on
aMdffiWlikt Vioi'e W .fl
Vr the 72nd and final hole after dropping critical shots at
aut and 70th 71-70-70-70 for 281 attests the aggregato
.S&Si SA&OftoM V first round did h. faU

to fttw even with pa..
THE THREE

On closer wamlnaUon,-however, the' Implied consistency
'ig'aot confirmed.;, The three finlshlnc Jgjf J? g
.fours with respective yardages of 441. .f,".IL
winf Hndin and they came close to finishing Miaoiecoii.
jffl ftS him eight rivomosUy due to faulty bunker
'play;a phase of the game which be regards with unmitigated

a1f from the evu ciuu-nca ui
woclong irons and generally

of the course unaer cuuwui.
It ta ne longer i surprise that Hogan doesn'-s win the Open.
What li a surprise is that he still makes it close. A year ago
h?w knoS off In a playoff. Thi, time be missed out Sy
two shots. He', been physleally sound for several
, but each year he gets no younger He'a 43, 44 or 45 take a

rHogan had sTliot putter at

long ones. wie s.ma umi, c.jici w v.
i-..v. ivil t.. of moninv nn. At the last two holes.

for' Sample.' Hogan' could sink neither Shorties nor longies.- He
missed a 30-incher at the 71st green and a desperation 30-

icoier ai me wwuup-uwic- ,
He'll be back when the show moves to Toledo next June,

still trving w win no. o, a

the recora docx. io nv won
other golfer may not Incontestable establish Hogan as toe
irlatest golfer wno ever lived. . but It wiU give him and his

suDDorters a powerluliy strong

Isn't retiring. V '
. ' ., HOGAN RECORD FADES

i vThe calendar, of course, is against Hogan's ambition.. He
ret no better, and In point of physical and mental strain must
-nre u' tribute to his figntinc Qualities and the

Irugallty with which he nses his skills, that, he still remains
dangerous.' """ v v ".' -J y;'
' But actually he doesn't win very many these days. In the

last II majors lie's eompeiea in. live upens ana live mas-ters-.
. he's finished in front enly twice. And in twe others
durinr this stretch even his vaunted competitive fire-failed
him; Jack Fleck beat him In a playoff in test year's Open, and
"Kam Knead heat him similarly in the '54 Masters.

. A word about Snead. He has given up 'on Himself. -His
? statement: "They make too much fuss over the Open, anyway"
Is a tip-off as to his mental attitude. . a rather pathetic one,
. because he doesn't mean It. Snead realizes that If he fails ever
to win the oen it will always stand at an accusation against

i his pride, his Intelligence, and even hu courage, for no golfer
i ever had more to win it with. ;
1 list week Snead turned in an Inexcusably wretched per performance,
formance, performance, his 296 tying for 24th place. Much as he likes money
'.' the $200 he rot for fin'hln must have made him feel slightly
ill. It was like e -g Einstein a two-bits tip to add up toe

week's grocerv biU.

The wasningwn ,'sp WL

his second game ror ine een
tors while Troy Herriage suffer-
u v -
In the National. League, the
MUwukee Bravea remained un-
beaten under Fred Haney and
took oyer first place when they
beat the PitUburgh Pirates. 7-?.
Gene Conley went the route let
toe first time as the Braves
tv.a)r fifth atramht win.
Mr me firaiee nu uruyia
kee's road record now Is 16-10
for .615. ;
-The Cincinnati Rediegs, -14
on the road, dropped eat et
first place when they wer
beaten, 3-2, by Curt Simmons
and the Philadelphia Phillies.
Simmons struck tut seven til
winning h's third game of the
season. Stan lopata's lit"
homer of the year gave him
his margin of victory.
Carl Furillo's two-run slnsie
climaxed a thfee-run
ning rally that enabled the
Brooklyn Dodgers to beat Vine Vinegar
gar Vinegar Bend Mizell and the. St.
Louis cardinals,- 4-2, R o g t r
Craig received credit for the
min tit- hta vareer over the
Redbirds although Clem Labine
finished up.
Hank Thompson's mree-nw
v-hit nttchlM srave the New
York Giants a -t voran v
iu. muinmtrn rhihm XUnrthlnntOn
iitruck out sir and walked only
lone to out-p.' Don- Kaiser.
who-hasn't won since m w
his debut with a iwo-niuer
gainst the Dodgers on june
YESTERDAY'S STAR
,
TERRORS
iw. muu... -
submissive putter kept the rest
Rochester and was dropping the
uij wv
vauung pom. nva wuy

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IV TEENER AM STARS
A ;;: COACH
JOB TlioMPSON, pop u lar
manager of the champion CPO
team in the Atlantic Teenage
League, has been chosen to
toacb. the VFW Teener All
Stars from the Canal Zone
who will compete at the VFW
National Tournament to b
played at Hershey, Pennsylva Pennsylvania
nia Pennsylvania In August. Thompson is a
Chief Quartermaster in the
MS. Navy with 17 years serv service
ice service and is attached to Harbor
Defense, Cristobal. He comes
from Cincinnati, Ohio, where
he played second oase during
his younger days.
Leaders
In The Majors
LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 125 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGl'I
Player and Club g ab r h pet
Jjong, flits. 55 201 38 70 J48
BaUey, Cincl. 45 137 20 47 .343
Clemen te, Pitta-48 156 23 53 .340
puuur aw Lu : as 1VS J1 64 Z2Z
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle,, N. Y.
Maxwell Det,
60, 229 62 87 J80
48 154 S7 K7 7n
Kuenn, Det.
50 193 30 69 .358
vernon, Bos.
Berra, N. Y.
45 163 27 58 .358
91 196 35 65 .332
, HOME RUNS
'Mantle, Yanks 27
i Berra, yanks ...... ...iaM.JTi
Sievsrs, Senators ......... n
Long, Pirates ....... ,i ... IT
Werts, Indians 16
. RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yanks
WeU, Indians t
Boyer, Cards :.,..,,.
Musial, Cards ...,...,..
Werts, Indians ..........
64
50
40
49
49
49
48-
oiet, oenaiors .
cimpson, Athletics
' RUNS.
"Mantle Yanks
62
44
A A
McDougald Yank
wpca, Ainietics
Yost, Senators
Boyer, Cards
44
44
HITS
Mantle, Yankg n
Boyer, Cards ............ 78
Lemon. Senators .,.,., 74
Simpson, Athletics ...... 71
Runnels, Senators.. 71
PITCHING
(Based on I Decisions)
Lawrence, Redlegs t o 1.00C
IBrewer, Red Sox .... i'l .900
Pierr Whl er ,n
- -", uva ...1" 4
Freeman Rediegi ... 5 1 33
f bbA-'""
y BEANS RIARDON
24 Years In National League
Written for NEA Service
OTrjPSn'nw. -..'iR.ii.. :
. t, v 7 vuweiuer cnas-
f iif Ku.. own wt 'eft neld
ufe- The baU starts eurving foul
uh usi moment, .me fielder
uu wiucei iu a snaaei
to foul ground The ball kicks offj
a fair VtflllOTi-wiw. c.
v wi wiccut ,,,.H ...
Amwer: It h foul. If the' out.
fielder would have touched K In
fair territory and knocked it foul
it would have been a fair bell..
W. With runners on firnt mna
third, the pitcher goes into his pre preliminary
liminary preliminary stretch. Then he takes
bis foot off. the rubber and starts
to throw to first. He stoDS. whirls
ana tnrows to third, where the run
ner is picked off. Isn't this a balk?
George Kartalian. ; i. n f
A. Not when, the pitcher takes
this feet off rhe rubber. The pre preliminary
liminary preliminary stretch Ufhe malor
consideration here... Once the
pitcher' progress beyond this
bite his actual motion, he has te
pitch to the plate.

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WATER BOYS The Slaughter hrothers, Jeff, George and Terry, who hold five unbroken
Gatun pool records between them will be strong competitors in toe coming Fourth of July
swimming meet at Gatun. i f ; '.

Bill Harris, 2 Others Fined
. i
For Nightclub Disturbances

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JOSHUA GRIDER. forward

Globetrotters
In Congress

As 'Good will'

It is not Just enough to sayjgether a combination of comedy
that Abe Saperstein's Harlem, and skills that hag brought or-

Globetrotters of basketball, who
come to Panama Qr. July"9, have
nlavjiH hofAro mAr. nMmla
more places sua pave wou uiuio
aamea than anv other athletic
team in toe history of sports.
.

congresswoman rrances r r.;. "7'
Roiton of Ohio recently said in"11 500 In all while losing less
toe U.S HoS of Represcntai 300. They've played before
tlves,Vthkt . .r.the Globetrot. y&S government Heads
ters qualify a probably the best W countrle s. Th ey-ve p lay lay-'ambassadorrof
'ambassadorrof lay-'ambassadorrof good wUl' we wtnT.
hav ever sent abroad. It is pools. ..on tennis courts
S STinS 9! tnd.basebaU and football fields

tutrv Common denominator
7r,n r n .mi
BUIVUK UVVVtC VI
tongues.

'maoltoeu'1r:Wtts xaiiomed before largest crowds

.... ii.. ,i.i..t,itiu.

aiier wsKurng k "lu.u"lvrias hiirh as 75 000 ho ah.J

nut on their feats of basketball
magic at r special exhibition at
his summer residence outside
Rome, remarked "these young
men are certainly very clever
On all continents promoters
clamor for their services, secure
in the knowledge thali a Globe-
trotter game will mean a pack,
ed house. v
From this it can be seen inas
the Globetrotters.... and Saow Saow-stein.
stein. Saow-stein. .are truly fabulous. They
have come a Ions way since
their start In 1927. In toe past)
28 years they have played in 47
countries on every continent of
the world and have useo-every
means of conveyance, irom a
dog sled in Alaska to a Jet plane
in India. ,,',-svv' "',-
Oriclnallv the forte' of tne
Globetrotters was their ball-
handlinir. .They developed this
art to a perfection, and as their
fantastic victory skein stretched
over the years, they began to in-
L. K.U... W ,l
troduce bits of comedy and
court rlfivpmest into their nlav.
Saperstein, the master showman'
ever alert for ways and means.
to please crowds, blended to-

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7
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Lauded
For Role
s
ganlzatlon a world-wide reputa
Jon. ... ( ......
"
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basketball team that has won
"Vlc than any other
lntrilftM Sm In nltarrv wins a'
v hay ofU and on top
of
arge ; ae&u nookea
tcopther
(Nurnberg, 1954).
.they've ptr-
uiawa hi i DiutiitDiu eaflir.
them in Berlin's Olympic Sta
dium . .truly a record without
parallel in all sports. ,
4G3-Ton Yacht
Under Construction
ForPansnia Firm
AMSTERDAM. Juno 21-fUPi
-Amsterdam firm of G. De Vries
Lentsch Jr announced they will
build a large yacht for a firm in1
Panama city.
They said the yacht s ton
nage will be 424 tons and its
main dimensions length 47 me meters,
ters, meters, beam 8.50 meters and
draught 4 50 meteri, it will car carry
ry carry 650 sauare meters of sail, and
the main mast will be nearly 45
mmtitra nvr watorllrtA Pnarnr nf
, .11 V.. .. w .. v.
the engine will at least be 1,000
horsenower. 4 j .-.m-
The yacht will be designed by
the English.; designer. Hobert
Clark, and it will be owned by

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$ 1 :- x

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'ia'"'i'aTyf't

Billy Harris, a star nitchr for
the carta Vie a Yankees nf the
Panama League, and two team
mates or tne Montreal Royals of
the International T.eftmi Arw
fines In Miami Beach city court
jcsieruay.
numer wme) howcii arew a
325 fine but the veteran catcher
was dealt a much sterner pen-
or uy uis ciUD. r ';
Buzzy Bavasl. Brooklyn norfo
er executive and nreuident nf th
wyis, saw Howell has been
suspended from baseball "Indef "Indefinitely."
initely." "Indefinitely." Howel, 35, and pitcher Billy
Harris, 25, were fined S 25 each
n disorderly conduct charges
and pitcher Robert Wall, 25,
was fined $50 on charges of
creating a disturbance -and
resisting arrest. ;
Tne trio was .arrested early
Tuesday morn nor at. Hi B.n
Club, 634 Collin, ,Ave. following
muuuru wisn an unknown
umn in a wmte shirt.,
All three players pleaded guil guilty
ty guilty and none testified In his own
defense. Howell, however fnii
jHdge Albert Saperstein he had
been suspended for "one year"
f?l!'u.1 were '0Un(' RU7.
that might help some."
4 Judge Saperstein said he was
taking '-Into., consideration the
ibcw tne piayers would face fur-
mer aiscipiine from baseball
uuioniMs ana called the city
court sentences "very lenient."
He added the players had a
duty as "idols of American
i youth" to avoid nfeht club dli-
turbanees.
ureg Muiieavv, manager of
me Koyais, said he hart already
suspended Howell before know knowing
ing knowing of Bavasi's action. Mulleavy
also said Harris and Walz face
"drastic action" but declined to
ay what the punishment might
be. All three broke training rules
v staying ou so late, ne said
lea7uVlV7 SSi
UAnisil 1 hAl.A .1. A.X
Burgh Pirates. He played four
yekrs
with nlnelnnntl and mu
game with Brooklyn in 1953 be-1

,itvi t;ri.u 7 ..Vk r,"11 ine mo are on weir iea.

iore going to the Royals, a
Dodger farm club.
The severity of Howell's. pen
alty was probably due to the
fact that his major capacity
with Montreal Is as coach.
t a a
TrtAmnvr lltf Vl
lMMUIJ nOJ, I CI
Ca!l Up Monlreal
Uffv FrAff Rinn
wis j s ivu "'ft
NEW YORK. June 21 (UP)
The Brooklyn Dodeers came
close to calling : un southoaw
.Wed Kipp from Montreal of the
TnternaUonal League two weeks
aivi u "'"j u it ycii u uie
younir Kansan keens nn Win.1
ning.
While toe Parent Dodeers con
tinued to bemoan their lack of
eond iettv nlfohtmr ih.'aW.fnnf
fmiF.lnoh vinn ava.i , ki.i

ninth mln airalnaf. t (net t,MaiStarea SI me.

losses for Montreal Wednesday
night on a five-hit, 4-3 decision
over the Miami Marlins r v J
The Royals, who collected 13
hits,.' had to -push across a
ninth-Inning run to break a 3-3
tie in the game at Miami. The
victory increased toe Royals'
league lead over Rochester to
three games.
Rochester dropped a 3-2 night
game to Richmond; trailing by
that score from the third inning
on. Karl Drews or Buuaio scat
tered 10 hits to beat Columbus,
7-3. as ; Iau; Ortiz three-run
homer led nis strpport. Don
Gross of Havana allowed f nine
hits in beating .Toronto. 5-2. v
the Maritime Enterprises Incor
porated, Panama City. De Vrles
Lentsch said reports that the
yacht was ordered by a British
citizen are untrue.

llalisnal lezgiis
Teams W 1 L
Pet GB
Milwaukee . .29 22
J569.
Brooklyn . .30 24
Cincinnati . .31 25
AM W
554 (,
St. Louis ... .32 26
.552 y,
445 1
.413 8 -.415
8
Pittsburgh
.30 25
.23 32
.22,31
.22 34
New York -.
Chicago .
Philadelphia
493 94
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Brooklyn (N)
Chicago at New Yoik
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh
Only games scheduled. ...
. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Nleht Qamei
Mllwauke ono nsn mni t n
Pittsburgh 010 001 0013 10 fl
Conley 2-3) and Crandnn. Crandnn.-Law
Law Crandnn.-Law (2-8), King and Shepord.
Cincinnati 000 100 1002 7 0
rnuadelphla 001 011 OOx 3 6 C
xuwicr jcmbck ana flaiiey.
Simmons (3-5) and Lopata.
St. Louis
Brooklyn
000 001 001-2 8
003 000 10X 4 7
Mizell (7-4), Jackson, Kinder
and Smith.
Craig (6-2), Labine and Cam Cam-panella.
panella. Cam-panella. Chicago
New York
000 000 1001
-000 030 10x4
0
Kaiser (l-l), v a 1 e ntinettl,
nugnes ana umantn.
Worthlngton (3-7) and Sarni
MaciD Post Tb
In Ascot
ASCOT, England, June 21
(UP) Marcel Bouasar'n eriv
thoroughbred Macip, ridden by
Seree Boulleprer. todav romuerf
nome to win the top prize of the
Royal Ascot race meet, the Gold
CUP. ; ;,.-......., :;i
Two ther French horses
took- second and third places,
Madame C. Del Ducal Be Be-:
: Be-: witched III, ridden by Jean
Massard, and Clichy, owned by
Ralph Strassburger, an Amer American
ican American resident in Paris, with
Fred Palmer aboard. ;
Betting was 6 to 1, 5 to 2 far
vorite, and 4 to 1 respectively, j
Macip won by one, and half
lengths with one length be between
tween between second and third In the
neia or ten runners.

It was the sixth time in the Ing speed of the strong-strWiriB;
past ten year, that toe valuablc'MaclpT.

OUT OF DOORS
CATCHING FISH WITH ROCKS
By AL McCLANE.
Fishing Editor
YOU probably have heard of the
vw r'vwpxi,
intn .triirin. n .,..uv .m-ir.
.l if It. ... ...j
Exactly why, nobody seems to
know, ; :.
The other evening. Sweet Rich
ard and I were bass bugging the
AL eiunn JLiver' in r luriiia. ni,
5 a. T.U.f. B (. VI.. J.
could hear bsss frolicking bsek to
the weeds close to shore. While I
rowed. Richard searched t h e

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pockets of open water.' He:fuhedie.nt.whi. iiiu th. i.Z

the bug slowly and quietiy,
u:.u r. ......ii.
uve meinoa.

.?,aS?Ur.' kl.r'.'n?1! t. i""'1 ct fih, try nuking
hadn't .caught a bass, and 1 .be- tbem come to you. 1 ; t .,
gan thinking about the poscher'sL tv , mj i,,.

trick. Obviously, bass were back
to the weed beds, but there wasn't
a rock within a hundred miles.
Richard handed me the rod and
my first cast clipped the branch
of a live-oak which, sent the line
splashing on the water. That
gave me an idea. We were using a
powerful glass rod and a heavy
line., -v
' Casting about 30 feet of the for forward
ward forward taper I slapped it down on
the water s half a dozen times.
Sweat F
' -1 tnnnd rowine ana
r I .
On the ... cast. I let the bug
sit motionless on the surface. Pret-
der the end bed and came up for
der the eed bed and came up for
a look. He took the bug like bo a
swallowed a hornet.

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Teams r
New York' .
Chicago . ;
Cleveland
Boston ,".
Baltimore
Detroit .
Washington
W L Pet 6s
.40 20 i87 i-
.31 22 1485.. 5 4
.30 27 .625 "3la
.29 J8 ,.509.-9'.
.28 32 .467 12
.27 31 .466 12
.26 38' .406 J6
.23 38 ,390 16-i
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TODAY'S GAMER
Washington at Kansas CUy
Boston at Cleveland
, Baltimore at Chicago
Only games scheduled.
YESTERDATbT RESULTS
Baltimore ,202 Oil &0 I 1C )
Chicago 003 234 OOx-12 15 0
Loes. Zuverink. PaiUa
Brown, DorUh, Ferrarese, ;for
uioics una amitn. -i
Pollet, Staley, Consufigra,' Hbw
eU, Martin (1-0) and LoUan-
(Night Gamew -t.,
New York 000 nnx itni m a
Detroit 000 000 nift-1 a n
Kucks (B-3), Ford and Berra.
Hocft (8-4), Gromek and House.
(Night Oamei : 1 '
Boston 900 000 200 0--4 i 2
Cleveland 200 001 010 16 II 0
Porterfleld, Hurd (1-3) and
White. '
- score1, Narleski; ? Mctlsh. ttossi
(2-1) and Began, Naragon.
(Nleht Qamei
Washington 000 020 021-8 1 0

Arnericen le:s"3

1 Kansas City 002 01Q 0014 It 1

weisier, Grob. (311), ,By?rly
and Coiu-tney, Berberet. i
Herriage (1-6), Ditmar, USor.
da and Thompson.
Pdst Winner
Gold Clip Race
10,000 sterling prize hai gone; to
France. .'
The race, run over two' aril a
half miles, was watched bv va
i.igtiju cruwu uius isr vi
week, including Queen .Elizabtt
the puke of EdlnburgbJ.ant. a
number of rpysjlgnests..
Macip led from the start
finish, and it was only In Die
last furlong, of this iong-cW-tanoe
event that anv sort Hi
challenge was made. Cllcfyy
made a strong b'd to pass e
i leader, hnt oonld mil. Im.
presslon n him.
Bewitched III also came with
a late run. and,., although ;,h
succeeded in passing cllchy,
Wft Tinahld tn tnafoh fha ffi.V,
with
I caught two more bass that way
before giving the rod back to Rfch.
ard. He caught one by slashing the
wstert then it .got dark, so -wo
went home.
(
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; Msybe you think msking eohe
s not a very logical way f eat3x
tag fish. I need only point out that
one of our, most successful hets
lures is the pepping Dlug, TheHiol. :
low face of a popper makes euito
a Stu and eatchei fish -.:
. . a 1
, SAikatiMM wt i . a .-v t mm
VA casters slap th wte with
their hands when bass .r foeding
on shad-minnowi. ait fwi
Uari tn .fmui.t. k. w.f tJLT
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It works.
The next
timer; you
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'.. WASHINGTON, June 21 (UP)
Republicans today were split ov over
er over whether President Eisenhower
hnniH cive a auick public reaf-

iirmation of his- earlier announ-
i7HAni that he will run for a
second term.
GOP iMckra btlitve almost un unanimously
animously unanimously that Mr. Eisenhowor
will seek ra-alaction despite hia
: Illness. But thty are divided on
. how soon ho should restate his
v intention. , ,.
. Some Republicans, including
members of Congwss, were said
to be in "no hurry" for the Presi-
Senate Squares Off
For Partisan Fight
Over Air Force $$
!lvti CHTKflTflN' June 21 (UP)
- Thi Spnat todav squared off
for a partisan fight over how how
aiuch the Air rorce Duasei bib
be increased over President Eisen
. vnnnm0nriations.
" Some Senate increase appeared
'curtain in the $15.6 billion Air
i.ioA aDDroDriation proposed by
the Administration. The big ques ques-ticiC
ticiC ques-ticiC was how much.
Democrats, who have been ac accusing
cusing accusing the Adminstration of ai ai-lowinu
lowinu ai-lowinu Russia to wrest air supre-
mev fron the United States,
were proposing a $1.16 billion in
crease. Republicans were sponsor
ing a compromise saw nuiuuu m m-orease.
orease. m-orease. The $34.9 billion military aapra aapra-Viiations
Viiations aapra-Viiations bill containing the
$1.18 billion increase for the Air
Jforce proposed by Democrats, was
railed for debate on the Senate
floor1 today. The key voles, how
ever, will not come until Monday
jr Tuesday of next week.;
J While the compromise $500 mil million
lion million increase is sponsored by such
5U publican leaders as Sens. Styles
Bridges (N.H.) and Leverett Sal Sal-tonstall(Mass.),
tonstall(Mass.), Sal-tonstall(Mass.), there was no
definite indication that the Whila
JJuuse would accept or use such
as increase in its defense budget.
!!ol Uninhabitable,
US biiic'als Aver
-
WASHINGTON. June 21 (UP)
Otfrials denied today that radit;
a-live fallout from nuclear tests
going back to Eniwetok and Biki Biki-a'.jlls
a'.jlls Biki-a'.jlls in the Pacific umnhabita umnhabita-be.
be. umnhabita-be. V'
But they agreed the original
. i t : J 1 lit Mn4 k
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ni. The atolls long since have been
used- by the United States as a
permanent atomic proving ground.
United Nations report issued
yesterday was interpreted in New
York as meaning the natives
coi'ld not go back because of
radioactivity.
1 K, MCaV(V W Viwnil aMU.,v
That, is not the case. The atolls
at this moment are inhabited by
some 13.500 American scientists,
service, men.- technicians, and
i ...u- : i

'iwiers wno ire no more immuiiBi.. . k, .ct-jn aA
n atomic radiation than anvhodv ser for ,n nour yesterday ana
.o i atomic radiation wan anyoooy ,anned to have fuI.thcr ulkg with

"se
A j one official put it, the null null-!ozer
!ozer null-!ozer and the concrete mixer
have done far more than radia radiation'
tion' radiation' to make the atolls useless to
t!i natives. Practically all of Eni
wetok island has, for example,
been cleared of palm and pan-
d anus trees, both important to
d?r.u trees, both Important to
the Marshallese economy. It has
bpn converted into an airstrip
wi'ri "auxiliary facilities for the
jo nt- task force which conducts
weapons tests at the proving
ground every two years or so.
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dent to make an early statement.

They see no reason for him to is
sue a statement while 'he is in the
hospital where he will be at least
another week, and probably long longer.
er. longer. Other Republicans, however,
were reported uneasy over mount
ing talk questioning the availabi
lity of the President for the GOP
nomination. -)
The "say it soou" grouo would
like a Presidential declaration dur during
ing during a meeting here tomorrow of
Republicans slated to plan arran-
aomonto t9 ttlA nunhi,a Ait. OA
convention in San Francisco. But
he White House said no such de
claration would be sent to tha
meeting.
White House press secretary
James C. Hagerty yesterday put
a "crystal ball" label on a report
that a White House official ex
pects Mr. Eisenhower to make a
public statement on his second
term intentions soon after
he
leaves Walter Reed hospital
This official, reported some un
easiness in Republican : ranks
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ORDER OF THE GARTER CEREMONIES Lord Iveagh, head of the Gulness Stout organiza organization;
tion; organization; Earl Clement Attlee, former Prime Minister; Britain's Prime Minister Anthony Eden;
and Sir Winston Churchill (left to right) walk. In the Garter procession at Windsor Castle
Windsor. Attlee, Iveagh and Eden received the Order of the Garter in a colorful investiture,
ceremony at which Queen Elizabeth personally buckled jewel garters around their legs. Chur Chur-;
; Chur-; chill received the Order alone at the last previous ceremony; : ..

'East West Giveaway Contest In Egypt

Nears Climax,
CAIRO, June 21 (UP) The
tug of war for the JiH
or of financing Egypt's vital new
Aswan dam neared a climax to
day. ; n':t.'t
The moment was fast approach-'
ing when Premier Gamal Abdel
Nasser mutt decide whether he
will accept help from the Soviet
or the West' or some from
each,. $ ;
Offers and counter-offers from
both sides have showered down on
Nasser in the past few days.
President Eugene Black of the
West's World Bank met with Nas
He also conferred at lengm wun-
finance minister Abdel Moneim-el
Kaysounl before the two of them
went in to see Nasser.
Soviet foreign minister Dmitri
T. Shepilov has been talking with
Nasser and government leaders
since last Saturday.
Shepilov offered a loan la the
area of $420 million at. one percent
annually to help finance the dam.
The United States and Britain
recently offered a grant of $70
million and loans up to $150 mil million.
lion. million. It was deemed likely Black
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and predicted that the President's
statement would be issued some

time between July 4-15,
Managers for the three Demo
cratic Presidential contenders now
campaigning against each other
assembled today to talk about
how to campaign against the
GOP next fall.
Leaders of both parittt will lay
out plans on the assumption
that Prosidtnt Eisenhower will
be the Republican nominee in the
Nov. t election
Adlai E. Stevenson, Sen. Estes
Awauver ana uov. Avereu Har-
Jnman tne u1" cuv? candida-
s ior me uemocrauc nomina-
lion; all sent 'ranking aides to the
Democratic meeting. It was cal
led by Paul M. Butler, chairman
o the party's national, committee.
Stevenson's delegation w a s
headed by bis campaign manag manager,
er, manager, James A. Finnegan, Kefauver's
bv campaign manger F.. Joseph
Donohue, and Harriman's by Car-
imine de bapio, Tammany chief
and New York national, comrait-
iteeman.
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Offers Shower On Nasser

I was making a new offer to match
M..r thi Soviet offer.
Nasser has called the project a
matter of life or death for Egypt,
The East-West position in the
Middle East s political and eco
nomic pattern may depend on E E-gypt's
gypt's E-gypt's decision on this project more
than any other single issue.
For this reason the financial
talks have been crucial for all
sides.
Egypt displayed newly-acqutr-ed
military power yesterday in a
four-hour parade described as the
most colorful in the country's
history.
Shepilov. whose Communist na
tion supplied many of the arms
revealed to the public here for the
first time, reviewed the parade
side-by.side with Sir Brian Robert
son, British leader of final nego
tiations to withdraw British forces
from the Suet. ,
The smiling Shepilov,
wearing a
white suit and dark glasses, was
cheered enthusiastically by the E
gyptian crowd as he took his place
on the stand with Nasser and lead-;
ers of other Arab nations.
. A -crowd estimated at more
than 200,000 jammed the parade
route under a tropical sun.
The spectator gasped in sur surprise
prise surprise as jet planes end Russian
Solons Approve
CZ Exemption On
Minimum Wage ;
WASHINGTON. June 21 (UP-
Ths House Labor Committee ap approved
proved approved legislation to spread an
exemption from the Federal m in in-mum
mum in-mum wage to all offshore U.S.
Areas except Hawaii and Alaska.
The Administration-backed mea
sure would -extund the exemption
to Guam. American Samoa, the
Canal Zone, Wake Island and U.S.
military bases on. foreign soil.
Civilians at the military bases
abroad would not be covered by
the wage-hour law "Stipulations as
to minimum pay, maximum hours
or child labor.
Oher provisions of the law
would budIv in Guam, American
Samoa. Wake Island and the Ca
nal Zone. But employers In those
areas would not be required to
pay the statutory minimum wage
of $1 an hour, as in Hawaii, Alaska
or the mainland. y
Instead, wage mlnimums In
those areas would be regulated by
special industries committees, ap appointed
pointed appointed by the Secretary of Labor
and made bp of experts represent representing
ing representing labor, management and the
public.

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GARTER SOVEREIGN Great
Britain's Queen Elizabeth, Sov Sovereign'
ereign' Sovereign' of the Order of .the
darter, the most exalted of
Britain's orders of chivalry. Is
shown in the attire and en en-...
... en-... -signs of the order. (
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f
built llyuthln bombers thunder
ed overhead.
Seventy huge Stalin tanks roiled
by, part of a force of 187 tanks
displayed by the Egyptian army.
The force also included 70 Russian
T-34 medium tanks and 17 British
Centurions. -.
Egyptian troops numberin mnr
than 11,000 were joined by token
forces from Jordan, Sudan, Syria,
Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Libya and
i emen---. y.'. ,-r
' Each Arab detachment disnlav.
ed its own distinctive uniform, add
ing to the color of the nararie.
The Jordanians paraded in their
red-checked headdress. The Syr Syrians
ians Syrians wore white uniforms and red-
plumed caps, the Sudanese were
dressed in khaki knee-length kilts
ana me LeDanese wore snow-white
overalls. ..w-;,-Most
Eevntian units wore hattl
dress and carried Soviet-m a d e
weapons. -.;
"The weapons of this armv are
quite different from the weapons
we used in the Palestine war,"
the official radio commentator
declared-,;,"This army can fifiht
and. wipe out any aggressor.', -j,
'All Bad Abandoned,
Lei's Forgel Pasl':
-Tile In UXrab?
LONDON, June 21 (UPKMar (UPKMar-shal
shal (UPKMar-shal Tito of Yugoslavia said in a
speech at Kieve in the Soviet "Uk "Ukraine
raine "Ukraine today that he and the leaders
of the Soviet Union have '.'abandon '.'abandoned
ed '.'abandoned all that was bad between us."
Speaking in Russian to a crowd
that met his train from Moscow,
Tito said that the oast "should he
forgotten." He referred to his ex
communication from the interna international
tional international communist movement ia 18 18-48
48 18-48 by the late Josef Stalin.
The -homeward-bound Yugoslav
chief .said the 1948 split was the
fault of neither the "Soviet nor: the
Yugoslav people.".- v ; .?
According to a Radio Moscow
broadcast, be said "all this should
be forgotten. We have embarked
on a pew path. .1
"We have abandoned all that was
bad between us." : ;
Tito mentioned bis agreements,
signed in Moscow yesterday at
the end of a three-week state visit,
which pledged cooperation between
the Russian- and Yugoslav Com Communist
munist Communist parties and Soviet-Yugoslav
agreement on cold war issues.
"We are1 marching towards a
great goal for a better future for
this and coming generations," Ti Tito
to Tito said. . ,.--.;; A":'
. Radio Moscow said Tito teceiv.
ed cheers from "tens of thnusinrU
of Kiev; inhabitants.' I

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list FEAR
Algerian

Fo r Nationalists Executed By French

ALGIERS. June 21 (UP) The
reoel National Liberation Front to
day warned that five Frenchmen
will be killed for every Algerian
Nationalist executed by the French
autnoriues. .--
Two Moslems died en the gull
lotine Tuesday in the first exe executions
cutions executions in North Africa since
the revolt flared II months aao.
The warning of five-fold reprisal
wai made in pamphlets slipped
under the doors of homes occupied
by Europeans in Algiers. Thev
named two captured French soldi
ers who wul be "executed" the
next time a Moslem rebel is exe
cuted.
The pamphlets said that Jac-
ques Arousseaik and one Serot are
being held : as "hostages." The
two are survivors of a rebel -am
bush in which about 20 French re.
servists were killed last month.
The threats of "reprisal" exe-
17. German Ack-Ack
Menaces Air France
Plane Carrying 57
PARIS. June 21 fUPV Air
France said today one of its DC-4
airliners with 57 oersons aboard
had to skirt a live anti-aircraft
barrage over West Germany while
on a flight from Prague, Czechos
lovakia, to fans.
The ack-ack was believed to
have been fired by a practicing
U.S. Army anti-aircraft unit near
Kuernberg. i-.J;-'.'' .'v- i .-
The plane was not hit. It conti continued
nued continued on to Paris and landed with without
out without incident yesterday, an air
lines spokesman said.
The plane was flying between
Cheb, the westernmost frontier
town of Communist Czechoslova
kia, and Nuernberg, West Ger
many, when the black shell bursts
appeared in the sky..
The airliner was on a regularly-
scheduled Air France run between
the Czech and French capitals.
The Air France spokesman said
crew members could see the shells
bursing far off the' left wing. Pas
sengers were not aware of the gun.
fire, he said, ;
Air France said the plane was
flying on course tnrougn the in
ternational air corridor reserved
for planes flying over divided Ger
many. .
B irdn est Th worts
Buildinq Of Huge
Tunnel In Sweden
STOCKKOT.lif. Sweden .Tn 91
(UPW A birdnest todav halted
construction of the world's largest
power station tunnel.
Construction worker Krik Erik-
son discovered the nest It was
built amon bonders on the 'con 'construction
struction 'construction site of the runnel, which
will conduct the waters of the
Ume River to a new power sta station
tion station in northern Sweden.
Construction work was halted
Immediately. Officials said th
protect may be halted for a week
until the young birds are ready
to. fly. .i

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Rebels Vow 5-1 Vengeance

cutient were coupled with warn
inns of stepped-up guerrilla 'ac 'activities.
tivities. 'activities.
Two more Europeans died today
of wounds suffered during a reb rebel
el rebel commando rampage through Al
giers yesterday, raising the death
toll to four.
Eleven persons were wounded in
five separate attacks carried out
in the Bab-el-Oued section. Two
of the gunmen were killed and two
captured, according to police offi officials.
cials. officials.
Algerian rebels ambushed a
French military convoy in west-
Little League
Boys 9, Girls 8
Nine boy. and eight trlrls were
born at Gortras HosDltal during
the week endlne at midnight.
June is, according to tne regu
lar nospitai report. During tne
same-period, 171 patients were
admitted ana 184 were ais.
charged.
The names and addresses of
th parents of the boy babies
follow; -..,-.
Mr. and Mrs. Qllver H. Brath-
walte, of La Boca: Mr. and Mrs.
Clayton L. Sleeper, of Ft. Kobbe;
Mr. and Mrs, Alberto Rios, of
Gamboa; Mr. and Mrs. James P.
Young. Jr., of Los Rios: M-Sgt.
and Mrs. Wilbur C. Mager, of Al-
DrooK; Mr. and Mrs. George A.
Jackman, of p?nama; Cpl. and
Mrs. George J. Bills, of Gamboa:
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde D. Bailey, of
Panama:, ana Mr. and vMrs.
Frank J. Leap of Curundu. a
Girl babies' were born to the
following: Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
M. Pond, of Curundu: Mr. and
Mrs. Riley E. Withers, of Rod
man: Mr. and Mrs. Charles W
Critzer, of Ft. Amador; Mr. and
Mrs. Charles E. Brown, of Pan
ama: Mr. ana Mrs. Joscelyn Mc
intosh, of Panama: M" and
Mrs. Cecil Wilson, of Panama:
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Morales J
oi Baiboa; and Lt.' and Mrs. For
rest E. Metz, of Summit
US Planes Buzzing
Soviet Task Force,
Red Tars Complain
LONDON. June tl fUPl Mos
cow radio charced totlav that Ti.s.
planes repeatedly have "buzzed" a
Aussian navai tasK torce novl
making a "courtesy visit" to Chi-
nese Communist ports.
American aircraft. like tire
some bumblebees, are constantly
"'rcfin? over the warships," the
Soviet broadcast reported, "Thee
"nsoHeited travel companions are
the objects of sailors' wisecracks."
The Moscow broadcast quoted
dispatch from a corresoondent
of the Soviet government news newspaper
paper newspaper Izvestia who is accompany accompanying
ing accompanying the Red naval force.
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era Algeria and inflicted "heaw'
casualties on the surprised troops,
according to r rencn sources..
The trap was sprung tn five
trucks leaded with troops en a
twisting tree-and-rock lined read
about $03 miles south ef Oraiw
The sources said a battalion of
Foreign Legionnaires was dispatch
ed to help extricate the trapped
soldiers, memDers of a unit of na
tive Algerian sharpshooters.
Iklbhal Union ::
Rejerhed To Pov;er
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- MONTREAL, June 21 -- (UP)
Premier Maurice puplessis' Na National
tional National Union administrat 1 o n
went triumphantly back to work
for its fourth straight term to today.
day. today. Saddened Liberals speculat speculated
ed speculated that their losing leader!
would cjuit- ., -.y ;
' The National Union; an all!
ance of Conservatives and dissi
dent Liberals whom the 66-year-
old .premier welded into Cana-
aa's strongest political machine
swept 70 of the legislature's 93
seats in yesterday's general pro
vincial election, v.
Liberal leader Georges-Emue
Lapalme won personal victory in
tne Montreal district oroutre oroutre-mont,
mont, oroutre-mont, but was anything but de de-llghed.
llghed. de-llghed. He said he -'would make
an important declaraion" in a
few days. Reports said the "dec
laration" would be his reslgna
tlon. .'i. ..-:' -': j-
rDuplessls, returned in three
Rivers, where he has been the
sitting member for 29 : years,
campaigned mostly on the issue
of provincial autonomy. He be belittled
littled belittled the Liberals as pawns of
the Federal Liberal party. v
LaPalme told voters that Du Du-plessis
plessis Du-plessis was selling out Quebec's
multimillion dollar mineral re resources
sources resources to American firms and
charged his party with growing
ncn on tne proceeds. The pre premier
mier premier defied him to prove it.
Long Prison Terms
For Dope Peddlers
Approved By House
WASHINGTON. June St fllTM
ine House waay unanimously pass
ed a bill providing long jail terms
for illicit narcotics peddlers. It
refused to accept a Senate provi provision
sion provision for thr dead penalty in ex
treme cases.-. .--.-..,
Adjustment must be. made be
tween the two measures before the
final bill is sent to President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower for signature. There was
no immediate indication whether
the death penalty clause would
survive. '. .-' ,, i
Th house bill would raise, sen
tences for convicted narcotics
smugglers or peddlers tp 5 to 20
years for a first offense and 10' to
40 years on second and subse subsequent
quent subsequent offenses. The present law
provides 2 to 5 years for first con convictions,
victions, convictions, 5 to 10 for secondh and
10 to 20 for the third. 1

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Meantime,' military reports reach
ing Rabat said that 11 soldiers were
killed in the clash yesterday at
Ain Chair ia Morocco. The bodies
of 15 rebels vere found on the bat battlefield.
tlefield. battlefield. Extension Of ;
Gl Hoiae Loan
Plan Opposed
WASHINGTON, June 21 (UP)
The administration today opposed
any extension of the World War
II Gi home loan program.
Veterans Administration officials
told a Senate subcommittee the
President's Budget Bureau has
indicated an' extension is "not in
accord with the program of the
President" : ,
Spokesmen for three veterans
groups urged extension 'of the
program. The American Legion
and Jewish War Veterans- urged,
a three-year continuation.' The
Veterans of Foreign Wars spoke
for a five-year extension.
: Sen. John .J Sparkman (O-Ala.)
chairman of a Senate housing
subcommittee, also urged extension
of, the program.- He' said ending
it July 25, 1957, as now scheduled
would be a "damaging shock" for
the economy.
Judge Turns Down
SobelPs Plea L
For -New Trie!
NEW YORK, June II (UP)
Convicted atom spy Morton So So-bell's
bell's So-bell's petition for a new trial
was turned down today by the
same federal judge who passed
the death sentence on Julius
and Ethel Rosenberg.
Judge Irving R. Kaufman said
the 39-year-old electronics ex expert's
pert's expert's reouest for a retrial was
"entirely devoid of merit" in
view of the "motions, files sad
records of this case which show
conclusively that the prisoner is
entitled to no relief." ....
Sobell is servinz a 30-vear
sentence In Alcatraz prison for
conspiring with the Rosenbergs
to nass national defense secrets
to Russia during World War II.
Sobell and' the Rosenbergs were
tried and convicted before Judge
Kaufman.
Bell Ringer. Felled
By Own Death Knell
LEIRIA; Portugal, June 21 fUPV
A Portuguese bell ringer was
felled by a death knell today.
Antonio Faria, 58, beD ringer
in nearby Pousos for the past 44
years, was tolling for the dead in
the village church. Suddenly the
mournful clang from the church
tower stopped.
The. parish priest found Faria
lying unconscious. He had been
struck on the bead by the' bell.
Authorities said he will recover.
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