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JfANAMA, K P, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1936
AAA. jrw A. A N. -aiL A A A.
WASHINGTON, June 22
JP) President Elsenhower
Rmferred with Presidential as-
PsUnt Sherman Adams and
her staff members this morn-
r while sitting no for 45 nun
tea in an easy chair.
This was the longest sitting
3 period for the. president
nee he entered ,. the hospital
line a. v
The President signed 11 bills,
?nM an atomic energy aeree-
ent with Cuba and aispaicnea
buite a few" nersonal letters
nd telegrams, press secretary
agerty salcu, i
Mr. Eisenhower began Ills
third week in the hospital in
'rood spirits" .and, hopeful he
m be able to leave in anoth another
er another week. : i ir ;,
lias 25 Years
On CZ Bench
A 7:40 a m. medical bulletin
Md the nresident had a ''good
mfortable night's rest," is con-
nuinr to maintain Bis- weigni
hd is progressing "satisfactori-
Haeertv said tar. Eisenhower
as named Vice President Rich-:
kd ,M. Nixon to be his "person-
reDresentative" at ceremonies
i Manila July 4 eommemoratinsr
fie 10th anniversary oi me
f hilipplnes independence.
- '. '.
Nixon will be accompan'ed
by his wife. Hagerty said Mr.
Eisenhower strongly suggested
that Nixon serve as his repre representative
sentative representative during' a discussion
he had with the Vice .Presi-
A mini MnH v .. i
pallia i'v mmxMwt a- t
Mr. Elsenhower1 entered Wal Wal-r
r Wal-r Reed Army medical hospital
list two weeks ago today after
Suffering" an intestinal attack
t the swhite House early June
He underwent major surgery
e foiiowinz day to relieve an
Dr. Howard McC. Snyder, the
resident's personal physician
aid i yesterday that the presi presi-ent
ent presi-ent 'should r r''v to 1
ekt wei.iv. j id t.
erioc or com:-
In observance of his 25th year
on the Magistrate's bench today
Judge E.IP. Tatelman was hon
ored in a ceremony today held
in the Cristobal Magistrate's
Court .; :.
Members of Ithe CanafZ"one
Bar Association drew up a "re "restraining
straining "restraining order" in which Judge
Tatelman was restrained from1
performing any official duties
today between. the hours of 10
and 11 a.nv t
Dr. L; & Carrlniytfiri nrpsprttpri
the order to- the court consta-'
ble, Sherman Brooks who served
it on the Judge. v r?
ine ear Association ilso pre presented
sented presented the magistrate with a
gold Den -t enmrni with th
dates 1931-1958. vs. nistrirt
ooun juage outhrle P rrows
spoke briefly of Tateiman's serv service
ice service and later presented him with
a Douquei 01 llowers.,
The UA District Af nrr.
Rowland K. Hazard
bal station commander and the
president of the Police Associa Association,
tion, Association, George Cooper, as well a;
many other nolieempn
a me ceremony,
."-""an was appointed ma
sMi-rave on jun 22. -1931 k
Pilol Suil Talks
Wilson, Radford Fire Torpedo
At AF's Extra $500 Million
$el Fcr Wednesday
Two davs of iw.f rlni L.:n
the Canal Zone pUots' uit which
sem to recover over i $2,000,000
from their employers wlisrc com completed
pleted completed yesterday, and next WednesJ
1 j- k 0Bie 'Or a ton ton-eluding
eluding ton-eluding pre-trial conference be
tween Canal attorney and. the pi
lots representatives. ( t ;
m u, 9. District Cn r r,y Jo.
REBEL LEADER Cypriot
leader George Grfvas, shown
D?e In a photo captured by
British troops during an all all-out
out all-out search of the mountains
hear Nicosia, is being pursued
by British paratroops and
marines in belief he was tir tiring
ing tiring from an exhausting chase
through the same mountains.
QUANTICO, Va June 22 fUP)
Defense Secretary Charles E
Wilson and Adm. Arthur W.
Radiord fired a torpedo today
at a jsenaie KepuDiican compro compromise
mise compromise plan o vote the Air Force
an extra $500 million, most for
Wilson cried "phony" at Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic efforts to add $1,180,000, $1,180,000,-000
000 $1,180,000,-000 to the new air budget and
said he didn't like the Republi Republican
can Republican compromise plan any better
Radford.-chairman of the Joint
chiefs of staff, said he consid considered
ered considered the budget for the fiscal
year starting July 1 "adequate"
as proposed by the Eisenhower
administration. He did not fa favor
vor favor an increase.
. WiUen, raridinf vir his an-
nuil confaraiKa of lop civilian and
military leader hart, told Mwima
ha doubted that Russia caw launch
a bambino, attack an thai United
States with- its vaunted Bison let
America's 1-52 is a "greatly la la-M'iof"
M'iof" la-M'iof" airplane, ha said.
Fear of the growing Red fleet
of heavy Jet bombers led to the
close vote In the Senate Addk)
priations committee Monday to
aaa i,iou,uuu,uuu to uie air
budget for fiscal 1957.
Wilson's rejection of any ad
ditional money opened a rift in
Republican ranks, coming at the
same time that Senate Renubli-
can leader William F. Knowland
(Calif.) was rallying colleagues
behind a compromise to offset
the higher Democratic, propo proposals,
sals, proposals, f -'.
"I don't think It (more mon money)
ey) money) Is necessary," Wilson said
Otherwise, he said, he i"would
have asked lor It in the first
place." a ..' ,.,:.y-.'.
- He suggested people "don't
quite understand the business"
of budgeting for defense and
called the Senate maneuvers "a
. Wilson challenged proponents of
more spending to "stand up and
i k countod" en a veto for mora
. taxes to pay the bills. : ; ; ;
'Mad Killer' Is ;
Subject Of ff anhunl
In Vsrren; Ohio
WARREN. Ohio. June 22 ( tTP
A "mad killer" who shot three
women to death and wounded a
man In a shooting ramnaee last
mgnt was hunted today by seven
carloads of deputies and state po
lice ... 1 1
the search for Alfred Wilson, is
centered around the Leavittsbure
area east of here where he was re reported
ported reported seenl . ' 1
Trumbull; County Sheriff H e r-
bert Thorn a said the fugitive was
oenevea armd with a Luger pis pis-to.
to. pis-to. He termed Wilson a ''mad hilL
er with fanily troubles."; j
.'Wilson wss released last Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, on $100 bond from iail where
he was charged with assault and
rmtfirv. 01 a fnmrildint hmnpht hv
Boast Comes As
Heads For Moscow
MOSCOW. June 22 (UP) Th. Snvi.Vnrmu
paper Red Star predicted today the Soviet Union would
nweih first atomic aircraft "in the near future."
Atomic installations in aircraft are' now possible as
result of the immense success nf mirUnr
chemistry and electronics' Red Star said.
k- L.t mI r ...
?: wouuness rne near future will witness the first a a-tomic
tomic a-tomic aircraft."
$ Red Star reported on Droares. nf th n;
industry on the eve of the arrival of Gen. Nathan F. Twin
ing, U.5. Air Force chief of staff.
r informed sources said Twinina would oet a Cin Innlr
at some of Russia's too secret installation.
seen by non-Communist foreigners.
Red Star reported the Soviet
aircraft industry was building
an lmoroved let nasseneer ver
sion of the TU-104 with a capa
city of 170 passengers.
The TU-104, reported to be the
only aircraft of its kind, aston astonished
ished astonished Britons last March -when
it landed in London with Gen.
Ivan Serov, the Soviet security
chief, and later with vice .pre
mier aeorgt Maienicov.
Red Star said the IT-lM
does not expect
like to ride la
; He said he
to pilot any
"But I would
He,iaM the generals who v
companied him were "the' very
bf In the Air Force fopa trip
of this nature." s
Ali are capable oVflying any
new Soviet planeayT ..
One was Majf Gen. Albert
Boyd, the firsfAmerican gener!
al to fiya-t Soviet MIr-)5 1"t
rop 01 Iz:
une 22 (UP).Increa "d atomic
adiation Is produci t a post
ar crop of brainy children with
uper IQs, a British psychiatrist
aid todav. -.. x -:. V
Dr. J. Ford Thomson saia
surprising" results have been
chieyeci m, a sent-s oi uwiu uwiu-ence
ence uwiu-ence tests on Wolverhampton
nd Shrewsbury children.
Children under 12 have a
nuch greater reasoning- ability
han their pre-war counter-
Arts, he said, and score well
ibove 'normal" pn IQ tests.
Thomson said this was most
V.rohablv due to the postwar in
urease in atomic radiation, he
pointed out these children have
peen exposed to greater amounts
bf natural and man-made ra ra-biation
biation ra-biation during their period of
apid growth than ever experl experl-nced
nced experl-nced before. ;
He suggested the, effect of this
? to speed up the development
lot their brain structure, or "ce-
lebral myelinization." v. This in
turn has resulted in abonus
croo of atomic age child prodi prodigies.
gies. prodigies. -. V V
I Thomson based his theories
cn mental tests given to more
than a thousand schoolchildren
in Wolverhampton. He reported
he ran across some real super
intellects- while conducting his
survey. ;. -.
One toy of ten and one-half
lhad an IQ of 166.tThomson said
1.. lii. . ji n i
mat wnne ne wan aiscus&mg uie
atomic bomb with the bey, the
boy interrupted ; politely; and
entta, ( .j at tiie request
Judge Guthrie F Crow wpr
narrow dowo the issues in the case
to oispose oi some of the super super-fluo
fluo super-fluo technical issues involved.
The pilots are suinc fnr an aw
age of about $28,250 each for basic
pay, overtime, holiday, night dif
ferential and travel pay t h e y
vianu u uus mem since July j,
iney are being represented 'by
Charles Ramirez of the local law
firm of Van Siclen, Ramirez 'and
uc asiro, and WUUam &. Tyson,
uie. n asinugiun lawyer wno ar
nveq on the Isthmus rarlipr ihi.
Praised By Pcnlaf
FLAMING TRAF KILLS 19 SOLDIERS These kre two Unwaged KrtEfSl'
troops were bumed in a raging forest fire in' the Troodos Mountain to Cyprus Bntlsh au authorities
thorities authorities reported 19 men killed and 68 injured In the inferno, which was hievM
Romanians ho Seized Red
Legation Get Jail Sentence
BERN. Switzerland. June 22
(UP) A 'Swiss- court sentenced
four Romanian refugees to up to
lour years in prison today for seis seising
ing seising the Communist Romanian lega legation..
tion.. legation.. here ".last year,
VATICAN CITY. Jim r tpv Dam..-..
rope nus All today praised the ceived a four-year term two years
juuiscu Bjrsiem oi me A--less than tne prosecution had ask
inerican-siyie supermarket. !edfor staging the Feb. 15, 1955.
IBB eV-Vear-Old Pontiff, whn rsM arhirh laootinn ohsnffan-
ueep interest in economic and ao. was killed, i ..;t
ciai matters, reterred to the A
mencan supermarket show at the
tnira international Congress of
Food Distributors- here as "an liui
teresung initiative." w,.; , i
Addressing a soecial andpinr nf
12,000 delegates to the conference
the Pope said "the help yourself
system, already in full awing in
tne united Mates (, v invites' the
The court found all four guilty
of "political intelligence,"" in inflicting
flicting inflicting grave bodily injury and
other minor charges. It suspend suspended
ed suspended their civil rights and ordered
them expelled from Switzerland
at the end of their terms.
Stan Codrescu was sentenced to
consumer to play a more active thre and a half years: Jon Chin-
role and also (tends) to reduce the la two and a half years, and Du mi mi-price
price mi-price of goods." t Itru Ochiu, 16 months. Ochiu, who
The Pope spoke in French to has served 16 months during the
the delegates. He said he realized investigation and trial! will be ex ex-the
the ex-the advantage of 'v lva at y pelled. immediately.
chains." and that the new trend. -' v v; v
in marketing techniques were endl Free Romanian sources here
, The four men, wearing masks,
. slipped into Switzerland from
Germany last. year and staged
the raid to protest acta of the
, Communist government of Roma Roma--
- Roma-- aia.' '-;-.-.,..;.-.,,',.. ..:;;
shot down Setu when
the legation employe surprised the
raiders on the legation lawn. The
men ordered the rest of the lega legation
tion legation members out and held the
building for nearly two days be before
fore before surrendering.
After their arrest Bsldeanu laid
they found documents ahowing the
legation was a Communist "spy
center.' But during their trial last
week the raiders contended their
sole purpose was to protest the
holding of political prisoners by the
To Turk Capital
LONDON June -22 ITTP1
Britain disclosed today it Is
senaing orre of its top trouble
shooters to Ankara where Tur Turkish
kish Turkish ODDOSltion has fn r r e A
eleventh hour postponement of
a new government plan tc offer
u-tuie to Cyprus. v
Informed Sources V-said nen
Sir Gerald Templer. chief of the
Imperial General staff would be
entrusted with the delicate mis mission.
sion. mission. He will fly first to the em embattled
battled embattled Island colony Itself be before
fore before proceeding to the Turkish
"This fs the lasAime you'll ar
rest me alive," be told deputies as
iney turnea mm loose.! ,t
He started bis shooting spree at
0 p.m. yesterday, killing his two
sisters-in-law and a teenage itran
Here, Is the Money Box Score
in the current drive of the
Veterans of Foreign Wars for.
funds to send the VFW All All-star
star All-star Teenage baseball team to
Hershey, Pa., in August' to
compete in the national VFW
teenage baseball tournament.
Contributions may be mailed1
to the VFW Teener League,
Box 2011, Curundu, C.Z.
. Received as of June H, $1,t
; Additional collections to June
, Transposes Generates, SIS.
7 Cy Fields (erroneously listed
as i'eket sales in previous re report),
port), report), $5.
National Brewery, $100.'
Smoot and Paredes, S.A.,
TOTAL: 1,476.25. ;
iill.i.Ui..i 6uKcl k- iitS.
It indicated the improved ver
sion would be available before
long but did not specify the
For a somewhat later future
Red Star promised Jet planes
with a speed of 900 to 1200 mph
Twining, who arrives here to-
morrow for a seven-day stay in
the Soviet Union, is tentatively
scheduled to visit the highly
classified, airfields and aircraft
factories in the Moscow area
and Inspect Russia's top engi
neering school. 1
Twining left Washington yes
terday in an Air Force. DC-I
with nine American Air Force
(In Wlesba'den, Germany. TJS.
Air Force authorities' refused to
disclose the whereabouts of
Twining. An official said It was
"classified'.' information. The
Pentagon hinted, but refused to
say if Twining was (topping; in
Tw'nlng's plane was fched fched-uled
uled fched-uled to stop in Berlin where it
' will pick up a Russian naviga navigator
tor navigator and radio operator.
, President Eisenhower au
thorized Twlnlntr to accept a
Soviet invitation to the air show.
Before boarding his plane
Twining gald the Russians pro
vided him with an "interesting"
itinerary. He said it makes clear
that "We will get out of the
Moscow area." -,..
Mavy Divers To Hunt Pieces Of Crashed Connie
V',toffw' VAtt4 J' Titai. m '"mot ; u'':'; V- ')': : s- : -7"
1- a- uviuaiuaii uui v-va u v a . m . .
ing cutthroat compeution. (H, : id they havexpassport and visa HmS. 3
tor ucmu 10 go to uermany. rr B"-"
"How did the Americans pro produce
duce produce an atomic explosion from
a subcritical mass of uranium uranium-5
5 uranium-5 In a shell?"
PC Form, Garden
Ren fa I Nov Due
A reminder has been Issued bv
uie vanai cone real estau of
fice that the annual rental for
all agricultural land and garden
plot licenses is now due' and
must be paid not later than July
Licenses Which '-nra -nni nnlil
by July l will terminate without
exception, license holders .have
been Informed. s
- Payments mav ho mat Aur,
Eng -resular Panama Canal of.
ice hours to anv Panama Ca Ca-al
al Ca-al Company cashier.
He said modern methods of food
marketing require "crowine'V: eo-i
operation oeiween wnoiesaier ana
retailer and "collaboration
from the client (customer)
$3 Billion Debt
Approved By House
WASHINGTON, June 22 (UP)'
nuuse yesterasy unanimously
approved a 3 billion dollar reduc reduction
tion reduction in the legal ceiling on the na-1
uunat oeot. ine- action virtually
ruled out any tax eut at hi
won 01 Mwgre?.
The House ; sed without de
oaie an aannnj. ration-backed billi
seumg a one-year debt limit 0
$278 billion dollars Thi. u v;i
lion dollars more than the old' 275
billion dollar ceiline hut
dollars less than the limit which
has been in eflect for the last two
Ihe Senate suit must act on the!
measure Deiore the end of this
month to prevent the ceiling from
revertinff to th 37S hiiii
nn Ia llermnnV
The four also were Sentenced to crashed Into the Atlantic Ocean
nav n ininninitv fi fWWl Kurica WfdnPsnav killtnar all 74 norcfins
PVPn f ' . """:i rw--
A.aa..1 C.t.t 4nm Unnrinn AntUl
and 700 francs ($234) for binding
her hands and threatening her dur
ing the attack,
To Tclce Chile,
Prefers Charge ;
SANTIAGO, Chile, June !2
(IP) Congressional lovesti lovesti-gators
gators lovesti-gators charged today that Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine ex-President Juan. D.
Peron made a "permanent and
organized?, attempt to take
over Chile as Part of his plan
. for 'power, r; --f.-,y---' ;-
Florencin Gallejullloa, chair
man of the committee that
has been Invest'gatinp Pero:i'
efforts ts infltrate this coun country,
try, country, told a press conference he
wilj propose legislation to pun
. ..... .(..V n V V M, I
I 1st agents,
The .Venezuelan eovemment
aided by the U.S. Civil Aeronau Aeronautics
tics Aeronautics Board, began investigation
yesterday into the cause of the
worst disaster in the history of
regular commercial Hying.
The disintegrating impact of
the crash about 32 miles off the
New Jersey coast- left grave
doubts as to whether divers
would be able to recover laree
enougn pieces 01 tne wreckage
to assist the experts.
The airliner, crlpnled vt
runaway engine, plunged straight
down in flames into about 120
feet of water..,.. :
Coast Guard draeelho- onera-i
Hons have failed to locate any1
part of the plane's wings or fuselage.
At yesterday's 90-minute irn.
ference at New York'a Idlewild
airport, the investigators studied
the aircraft's maintenance re report
port report and other papers.
, . : (NEA Telephoto)
SEARCH AREA WHERE PLANE WENT DOWN A Coast Guard cutter aided by other craft
searches the site 30 miles off the coast of As bury Park, N.J., where a Venezuelan Super Super-Constellation
Constellation Super-Constellation crashed into the sea with 74 persons aboard. -It was Uie worst regular airline
disaster- in history, s .
,. Asked, whether be expected
to learn something h did net
know previously about Soviet
air. power, Twfninr renlierl
SSW hopes th"
fwg.SU,Jd,s?Uy lr new
1 am rnlnr mlfh
PeSp&rs,and fter th4 to the
;rJhe wv8 eolation that, if
1- rc'vrve A Will
may"ake 'adlo and tele-
vision address after his trip.
The penernl tnlH r.f t. -.
. carry with h"m any n n-v
v n-v taons JQr 8ovle.t airmen to
visit the United states.
It has been indicnw t,nm
ever that a reciprocal invitation
may be in the offing.
D$ la Guard ia Says
literals Proved ;
Clashes Vilh Cops i
President-elect Trn:t. s.
Guardia Jr. last night accused th. :
opposition of "promoting disorders
uu Buwme natrea among the Pa
namanian people. ift,
Over a nation-wide radio Bet- I I-work,
work, I-work, de la Guardia also accused i
the National Liberal Party, headed
by Victor F, Goytia, of "instigat-
mg destruction and killings" by
provoking clashes with the police
in the hope of stirring up public
resentment and using it as 1 spring-
board into power.
; Be" la Guardia, who returned
Monday nisht from a varatimi i
the United States, warned that be
was ready to defend his victory at
the polls on any grounds.
- He also accused the" Liberals" of
indulging in fraudulent political ac.
tivity by not attempting to gain
power through the elections and by
doing everything possible to pre pre-vent
vent pre-vent the elections from behind held.
He called on the "170,000 Pana.
manians who gave me their vote to i
join me in the struggle for those
public liberties" now placed in '.
jeopardy by the opposition,
De la Guardia once again admit.
ted there were "irregularities'
in the last elections, but he siad '.
these did not substantially alter the
results. He said he regarded them
as "bitter proof of the lack of civ-
ic culture and the hold electoral -vices
have among us.'f
Boy's Red Bicycle
Looking For Owner
Canal Zone Police are trvinu t
locate the owner of a bov's red bi
cycle found in Balboa last week.
Anyone who lost a bike is asked
to come te the Balboa Police Sta Station
tion Station to identify the property,
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.. .. m i.. it. AVtannola thus
i'm tne Iirst place, mere are uuv s
far. Either you like what you receive in programs (and tney ve
been good) or you don't like them. : ,.
There is no turning the -dial to another channel If the P P-erani
erani P-erani doesn't appeal. We television purchasers have accepted
Sis Vet? knowing that everything is being done tq improve TV
lor the people on the Isthmus. It will take time. v ;
However, I have two gripes, and from my observations I am
eertairuy noi aione wnn w
qualntanceswim whom liHlL Ka ffiu.
-menuy agree was uiwe wiwmu vw v
in the presentations thus far. J, K.
First of all', we see the same programs two and even three
times, especially the Armed Forces educational programs. No
Relapses they are shown two or three days in a row
We've seen otet programs twice also, especially early to the
Tvening. Why is thisf since most of tnem are months or even
years old? I repeat, we can't switch V another channel if we
I am not, unaware that the television seturj is for the Armed
FOntir second complaint, and certainly the most aggravaung.
Is the TV shut-off of the programs commercials, and the
monstrosities called "Musical Interlude" which supplant them.
The sUly, boring, immature, Salvador-Dah-type drawings ac ac-copanyuig
copanyuig ac-copanyuig the interlude are a poor substitute for the i reveal revealing
ing revealing and interesting commercials. Please, give us back the com-
in terhaps, .w. my grow
and welcome a ciever mienuae buui"""r w
Hgn of boredom and dismay.' Any subsUtuta for s uconun-
ciaJ should be animated. A clever cartoonist reaUy could lend
"know1" possibiUUes, because I am an ex-cartoonist of
the characters Archie and Mehltabel. -.;,,.,,.
If. there Is any doubt about the number of disgruntled TV
watchers who agree with the above complaints, why not ask for
Jublio opinion in one form or another? I'm quite sure there
will, be. more complaints voiced abouUhis
': mjj on post.gates;;-";:
mi1Deleveethat' the time has come for your husband to teach
you a little bit about respect. In the first Place, it doesnt
matter how vour husband came up to be an officer. : An officer
is an officer Ho matter .how he jeceived his comrnission, nd .of
course they all deserve a little respect and that is Just what
you, your husband arid the whole Army, is receiving- when you
are asked to shovyour ldentlficatipn. v,.
The next.time you're stopped at a gate, Just ask the MJ.
about how many arrests have been made at Tost gates. Sow do
the MP.'s or their superior officers know who is driving your
car off post? Are they supposed td recognize y.ou personally
just so you can be waved through? .-
It doesn't make any difference if the car has a ted, yellow,
white or pink sticker because it may be stolen or. breaking many
of the security violations. V
Silly girl, you can bet your boots that Army Posts could get
along. just fine without people who don't know respect when
. they see it, and, I Have yet o;ee a written law that says an
- . vn. it i,l Ai iMirf nr tnviincn In t.ne Canal
Szont. w- fact, there arJ mayv flights cut ot the- ariaLZoc"!
.' everv month.. .: ; .A,. ' .. -'
To Disgusted: -. '.-'" iv-'- !":
Did you ever stop and think thakmaybe the M.P.'s at the
Clayton gate and Corozal gate were just doing their Job? Evi Evidently
dently Evidently you haven't,, but .maybe you should give it a little
thought. What Army Regulation says that you shoujd be given
special priority on entering or leaving a gate? A lady, com.
mands respect by her actions.; Oh for civilian life, where you
can meet some of these ladies.
praetors, live and let live Is my motto.,', If you don't care to
visit a chiropractor that's OK but for Pete's sake mind
your own business and let those wha wish to do to continue
on in peace. There's always t' Joker in the woodpile and the
writer of the June 18 letter seems to be the blockhead of them
all. This is a free country, and J will do as. I please and go
where I please. ?r-- - i
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?)ur diamonds. 1
ou'll be surprised bow much more brilliant they'll
look when reset in one of our handsome new mount mountings!
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161 CENTRA! AVf NUI, PANAMA
WASHINGTON (NEA) Du
Val Stoaks. Arkansas-born chief
engineer for the U.S. International
Pvmoratinn Arimimstrttmn nn thm
flfilmand Vnllpv Anthnrttv nrnlprf
in Afghanistan, has returned to
wasnuigton lor reassignment aner
27 months in tnij remote, rauroaa rauroaa-less,
less, rauroaa-less, mountain and desert king
Thn tnrv Slnalr hrinot harV k
a onnH sn PYAmnlp a inv nf hnw
the United States is trying to help
. i . j . .
unaeraeveiopea countries. Ana u
throws lieht on thn Hiffprpnr be
tween Russian and American
methods in trying to win over
neutrals. .a :
5 ; i
Vnunp Stnlr wa In Afghanis
tan when Khrushchev and Bulgan Bulgan-in
in Bulgan-in stopped off there on their way
hnmA frnm India. r
The Russians gumshoes' pitch to
sweeien up meir cruspetv w.
firaf in oIva Kinsr Mohammed
Zahir Shah a personal airplane,
second to give the capital of Kabul
a 100-bed hospital. Then the Rus Rus-lna
lna Rus-lna nffproH Afehaniatan 1 two
per cent 100-million dollar loan, to
ao witn as iney pieasea.
The Russlan.proposed projects
era all Khnrt-ranee and flashv.
They paved the Kabul streets for
the first time in tneir ancieni nis nis-tnrv
tnrv nis-tnrv Thpv Worked out barter
deals of Afghan wheat for Russian
whn the Afghan-Pakistan bor
der was closed in the row over
Pustoonisttn,- it shut off gasoline
imports, The Commies moved in
to take over the trade, trucking
in supplies over mountain roads
whUe buuauig a pipeline, iney
built a small tank farm outside
Kabul. It was aluminum painted
and flood-lit at mght. The natives
go out just to see the bright lights.
In spite of all this showmanship,
when the ? Afghan government
came to buy a fleet of trucks, they
didn't get Russian vehicles. They
chose 500 American-made trucks.
All the short-range Russian proj
ects are in marked contrast io
innn.rno nlana- which the
Afghans are trying to work out in
Cooperation wim Amenta"
interests. ,, ....
tn 1&48 Afghanistan made a eon-
tract with Morrison-Knudsen t to
plan and build roads and dams.
Thev soent the equivalent of 20
million dollars of their own t to
start work. "
i. iaia ami iqsa twn U.S. Ex
port-Import Bank loans for about
$4U million muio wcio omu"'i"
Helmand VaUey Authority wHVA
..nUt aftap th U.S. TVA.
Then in 1952 1 U.S. international
Cooperative Administration- was
asked to come m ana netp uu u
,numnnt oifurfltinri ana training
of technicians. ICAj has i three
million dollar budget tor ue.coun.
try this year, $600,000 going into
HVA. , 5
The idea is to taKe rarmers
r.m h riinnnted Pakistan border
.... and rottl them on 15 acre
frat where thev can make a
r.,. 41 nm havo already been
WCk W .
..iti.H nn thn first nroiect. but it
ua. s had start It was a desert
oasis 1 chosen by the. Afghans
against the advice of Morrison
The land salted up undef forced
irrioaiinn and now has to be
drained. Other relocation areas
soon to be opened win oe aiong
k. iinimimi river, where condi-
tinnc ara much like Arizona's neb
Salt River project.
'iiJna with "'this'."-TCA' technical
JiMcsn ara frnss-hreedtnlf icruo-
by, native mountain cattle with
Brown Swiss, ana me Aignan
mountain sheep with American
c 'v ''- '
i loom nf ?rt American- educa
tors has been moved in to help
train native teachers, ine pian is
to open 40 new schools a year for
the 12 million population, 95 per
cent illiterate in a country rough roughly
ly roughly the size of, Texas. ;
. irnilah lc nnw nnmmilsnrv sec-
. XJI .. w I t
nil lanmiaw in all SChOOlS WhlCh
mi thn Russian no end. But
the smart Afghans found all the
good textbooks were in tngusn.
AfcfKuniBi-Bn'a nnlv modern citv.
L a s b. k a r Gah, has been built
brand new from the ground up in
the Helmand Valley. It's the only
tmvn in the country that has a
e.nrnfta avatnm and mnninft water.
1 1 When the King visited there last
year he e x e i a l m e a, jusi
imaginel I can drink the water,
merely by turning a faucet.
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HYANNIS, Mass. (UP) A
oasserby sounded a fire alarm
here for a home at 162 Main
Street When nreiigbters arrived
they found no fire. A brightly
colored curtain with a light behind
it had given the effect of a room
full of flame. ;
The Other End of the Rope
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WINDSWEPT WAVS-It would happen that" the first time In two years that a formal
service-whites Inspection was called at the Naval Air Station, Hutchinson, Kan a baby nor'easter
, whipped across the quarterdeck (airfield) and snafued the proceedings. As seen in photo the
WAVE detachment lost some of its military bearing. In rear row, Ruth Early, of International
, ,: ... Falls, Minn, straight-arms her skirt to keep it from blowing aloft Next to her, Fannie Scott,
tt of Birmingham, Ala., has lost her hat (arrow) while Katherlne, Kpfer, of Allentown, ,Pa., -Clutches
hers to unmilitary desperation. The hat of Nanette Wilson, of Rock HilL S.C, has
already gone with the wind. ...... j, ., tl, r.
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Meanwhile, heat the since
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WASHINGTON Tlie birds
wake early in the trees outside
Walter Reed Hospital . Happy
birds, twittering -birds,, nothing to
worry about, not even worried that
a great man lav a few leet from
the branches in which theyroost-i
ed ... It's cool and Quiet in the
trees around the hospital quiet
except for the birds but Mamie
Eisenhower couldn't' sleep,: didn't
want to sleep. c she envied the
birds ... She had time to look
back over long vistas of life with
a man ho twice in thepast six
months had been quite ill .
Memorable vistas-of life they fere
i full of joy and full of loneliness.
. . An Army wife has to be lone
some. She knows, as few people
know, what It means to have wars,
neath. .. Then came rumors, di
turbing rumors, rumors that a
ways crop up when soldiers ai
away from their, womenfolk t
years at a time. .-All that, i
course, is part of war. And LI.
wars it passed. . It was lonesom.
however, a" lonesome as tl
room in the Walter Reed Hospit:
with the birds so, happy in U
trees outside. ; .. J.
. PARIS AND GETTYSBURG
The years in Paris at Shar
were happier- It was fun pickin
your own bouse instead of livin1
in a hotel or 'a home picked fc
you by a. superior officer at a
Army post . Then Ike decide
to run for President "Thine hrua
maneuvers, preparations lor war, to get lonesome again Cam
more war endless successions of the campaign, the whistle-sto'
transfers and crises, crises and
transfers, new' posts, new friends,
new canasta partners, new houses,
new servants if you're lucky
enough to afford or find a servant
new schools for John.
of officers' homes, all the same,
all built for efficiency ana eco
nomy, not lor oeauiy, an uuui vj
a Congress wmcn was aiways uu uu-anpina
anpina uu-anpina the budnet. never worried
about Army wives ... Pleasant
people at Army posts V But
never a some 01 your iwu.
A MAJOR IN WASHINGTON
She could look back a long way
Waihington was pleasant in
th Hoover administration.! lite
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tour through Iowa, Kansas, M
braska. She had enjoyed that, 'o
the whole, partly because every
one aaa made ner reel -so neces
sary. She was part of.it'alL
very necessary part, politician
aat1 And urhAn l,a ,1.
Mamie Eisenhower looked back crowd: "And now'l want vou t
nn those Years ... She COUld SI- mMt mv Mamie" and Kn -mrr,
most see some of those Army) out on y,e piatform to be greetel
camps among the trees outside the by tU ms(! tmiling cheering
hospital. She could see tnose tows friendly, people-well it was wort.
vi i i : a
all those years of loneliness . I
For she was helping Ike :' Shf
didn't know much about politics
but she could tell by the crowd.
and the politicians that she was i
necessaty, .very necessary part of
the political picture ... It waf
the first time in her long years w
being an Army wife, since Jphf
was born, that sne really
-Life in the White House
ferent and interesting, very
. nn mnrh of a 'ferent Butometimes just as Ion
r.i!--ni. .Kn.7t .m a wi ome as any Army post . Yo
a.j it h. nmuiH'nev. don't see much of your husban
AUU U BCCIl.VV. r -- . D J J, ,k. tin!.
er cet nromoted. nut tne aoiiarV"'c" uu"':
" ?e;.." u- fcrf .n .States. If It wasn't Coneress -an
S oi he edge W Doug Mac-the Cabinet that kept him busy!
Arthur'. "chief of Staff Heldquar.lit was trips to this place and tha
i- niH statA war ana . doiii mn iuu
Navy Building, that ugly old! times, but she still didtA have
m..,cnianm which housed most of home of her own' Tnat w a
.t.. w.. n.n,rim.rt anrf all nf the I why she bad so much fun a
t .t. Denartment then. Today her i Getty sburg,- planning, buy tag fui
. l j.r mi.:.. k nihire. landscaninE. dreammi oi
nuSDanas rrnuo ntu """ir. y u' ..m.
taken over the whole mausoleum, we uays wuea uo
. . How times have changed!: down onceand for all in theii
And the State Department has home That waa i the one good
three or four -buildings to itself j things about Ike's heart attack-!
th. miliUrv services' they could now retire to Gettys
have the biggest office building in
the world,.. ..Those were happy
a. ajiaAJS-1 in
days, uncomplicated days, even if
Tir. hadn't been nromoted for
years Then came the Philip,
pines. MacArthur became com commander
mander commander of the new Philippine, Ar Army
my Army and Ike went with him to help
organize it. tumorous nays, uu.
ferent days, easy housekeeping
days, languid tropic days.
' SEPARATION OF WAR
Then the rumbling of war. Wa
rn a came nome. an uie wivc
am home. . "Take good care
of Ike," she had told uoug Mac-
Arthur, and MacArtnur naa wKeu
her at her word. .vThose were
the first lonesome months of that
ore-war : period wnen ine wmie
unin. irnpui ths Armv knew, war
was commg, but norioay anew
home from the Philippines. Mac Mac-when
when Mac-when or where 4 Ike came
Arthur sent him home, jjomeuung
had haDoened between them, she
never knew exactly what. . e
went to Louisiana for the maneu maneuvers,
vers, maneuvers, made a great record, began
to get promoted-rapidlyWight up
the ladder. . men w tugisuu,
North Africa, Italy ... The war
was on full blast .Once he flew
back with Harry Butcher on a
surprise Christmas visit., u gave
Mamie and Ruth Butcher the only
thrill nf the whole war. ; out
that wa. the on v visit during tne
war. v Those were the lonesomest
years of all, depressing years .
The Wardman Park Hotel where
she and Ruth lived seemed DieaK
Gav with war widows ana
munitions peddlers to be sure, but
so superficial,' so dreary unaer
burtr. He wouldn't want to ruri
again -. After Denver he cams
back to Gettysburg. But she could
see that to her husband fcettysi
burg seemed humdrum and unex
citing after being tne eemer o:
thn world in Washington .
Georee Allen hinted that sne nsq
mothered Ike too much, worried
nvor him ton much at Gettysburg
But she knew the truth. The truth
is that when a man has spent
years in an active career it's dim'
cult to stop '. v And she wondered
looking out at' the t'w andtht
long -vista a her Uciud of v).v
and full f loneliness, whether he
would stop now. or wouia we wu
ticians once again aemano. wai u
go forwarJe -
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TUT. PANAMA AMERICAN AN DfTFPEXDEXT DATLY NrWSFAPES
Senate-House Group Approves
Pay-As-You-Ride Highway Bill
TRAVELS TWICE THE SPEED OF SOUND A Convalr-designed recoverable rocket sled Is
showrl at the start of its run down the 10,000-foot track at Edwards Air Force Base in Cali California
fornia California to test the etiect of rain erosion damage on aircraft and missiles at supersonic speeds.
The 800-pound jled was credited with setting a world record for its type of craft of 1560 mph
.4.:, ,.;r i" more than twice the speed of sound.
Flat-Foot Stupidity' Of US
WASHINGTON. June 22 (CP)
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn
don B. Johnson told the Senate yes
terday-that two Defense Depart
ment security agents who search
ed Sen Herbert H. Lehman's office
Wednesday without permission
were guilt of "typical bereaucrat-
1c fiat-foot stupidity. :
Lehman said the agents, Clark
U. Morgan and Bernard S. Bog
donowici of the Defense Depart
ment security office, "barged"? in
and searched through one of his
suite of rooms. The angry New
York Democrat called the inci
dent "outrageous and highly dan
; Lehman's effice is next deer to
a hearing room where a Senate
Armed Services subcommittee it
. taking secret testimony on air air-power.
power. air-power. The security officers said
they wanted to look for hidden
listening devices.-. if.??, .:.-'.
- The agents were assigned by the
Defesne Department to monitor the
area of the hearing room to make
sure none of the testimony was be being
ing being recorded clandestinely.
7 Mansfield Sprague, Defense De Department
partment Department general counsel, voiced
regret over the incident He said
the Defense Department will apo apologize
logize apologize to Lehman.
Sen. Leverett Saltonstall (It (It-Mass.)
Mass.) (It-Mass.) said the incident has been
magnified but ; of proportion. He
Said tlie senls wnre only carry-
in,? out their responsibility to make
sure the secret hearings were not
being "bugged," i
Johnson and oilier Senate
, Democrats refused to be molli mollified.
fied. mollified. Sent. Hubert H. Humphrey
(D-Minn.) and Paul H. Douglas
(D-lll.) suggested that torn
qualified group make a tecur
ity check of Senate quarters
looking for wiretaps and hidden
"I'd like to find out how many
telephones are tapped, if any are."
Humphrey said. "I keep hearing
Chairman Stuart Symington D-
Mo.) of the subcommittee on air air-power
power air-power expressed to Lehman j the
subcommittee's "very deep apolo apologies."
gies." apologies." He said the incident was
"another example of bureaucracy
and over-eager flat-footed individuals."
Johnson told his colleagues it was
with "utter disgust and utter hor horror"
ror" horror" that he learned the Defense
Department was permitting its se security
curity security officers to "ransack" Sen Senate
ate Senate offices. He urged all the senat-i
ros to "denounce this inadvisable
On Nagoya, Japan,
TOKYO, June 22 (UP) Tlail-
stones almost the size of tennis
balls pelted the area near Nagoya
yesterday, injuring 15 persons and
damaging property, including, the
U.S. Air f orce base at Gifu.
. JACQ3T ctrextsri.
By OSWALD JACOBT T?
. Written for NEA Service
Damage was estimated at' $80,-
000 in the area of south central Ja Japan
pan Japan chiefly at the air base.
..At. Gifu, einht miles north of Ni-
hoy a, hailstones 2'i inches in dia-
meter smashed, windows and cut
power lines in a 20-minute down-
The nearby U.S. Air Force base
reported a five-minute hail of marble-sized
stones damaged power
lines, dented tin roofs and cracked!
......t mI.a rtln.a iiMn.lr.ii. ; ftti
uid uiiniiM riimin tt th other aiamona
base at $75,000.
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: CENTER OF LEARNING This picture shows one ot the
smallest schools in the U.S., its entire "student body" and Its
I "faculty." It's River Bend School, in the Bates Hole area of
Natrona County, Wyo. Authorities recently voted to build a
i fence around it because wandering cattle herds frequently sUr sUr-:
: sUr-: round the little one-room building and poke Inquisitive heads
in Ihe door and. window. In foreground are Mrs. Gladys M.
Johnson and Jher three-pupil "student body.
ART WINS OVER AILMENT Despite the physical handicap,
Mrs. Lucille W. Dreyblatt, a cerebral palsy victim since birth
has won $1,000 first prize in the first National Art Contest for
the Physically Handicapped. In New York, her oil painting,
Ships at Bay," was selected from nearly 1,000 entries. Mrs.
Dreyblatt, of Forest Hills, N.Y will go to Washington for
Employ the Handicapped Week, in October, to receive her
award from Chief Justice Warren. ,Viewing the picture, right,
is Dr. Cecil Morgan, adult vocational director for United
South would have an easy time
wiw loaay s nana against a neu
tral opening lead, such as a club:
He would be .able to draw four
rounds of trumps and lead a
spade towards his hand. He would
lose a diamond and either one or
two spades, depending on how
well he guessed the spades.
ine diamond opening lead cre
ated more of a problem, since
South was obliged to ruff the
1 i .!! of the suit. Mrs.
Marguerite Harris c New York
solved the problem in fine style
during the recent tournament In
Mrs. Harris ruffed the second
diamond, led a trump to dummy's
queen, and returned a spade to
wards her Hand. East stepped up
with the ace in order to lead an-
South had to ruff
again, which made it impossible
for her to draw all of East
trumps. v ' ''
.This came to light when Mrs.
Harris led out the ace of trumps.
West discarded a club, and it was
clear that East had a trump trick.
Mrs. Harris went deliberately
after another diamond ruff. First
declarer cashed both of dummy's
high clubs, then she ruffed dum
my s last diamond with ner own
When South now led a high
club, discarding a spade from the
dummy, East had to ruff. East
then returned the five of spades,
since a trump return would have
given declarer no problem.
Mrs. Harris correctly finessed
the 10 of spades, cashed the king
of spades, and took the last trick
with dummy's high trump. She
had needed a strange dummy re reversal
versal reversal and careful timing to make
this diffic't contract against the
WASHINGTON. June 22 (UP1
senate and House negotiators a-
greea yesterday to put the new
jz,suu,ouo,000 highway building
program on a pay-as-you-ride ba basis.
This means spending in any year
on we proposed 41,000-mile new
superhighway network will be lim limited
ited limited to money in a special fund to
be composed of current and new
highway use taxes.
This may lengthen the full con
struction period beyond the pres
ently planned 13 years.
The action was taken by a Senate-House
conference committee in
putting the finishing touches on a
compromise highway bill The pay-
as-you-ride feature was in the Sen-)
ate version. The House members
accepted.it. .. j
The senators in turn accepted
a House provision for taxing large
trucks and buses to help pay for
the program. The trucking indus
try has charged the House proviso
would load an unfair share of the
costs on trucks.-
i Under the House plan vehicles
weighing more than 13 tons will
pay $1.50 a thousand pounds for
their total weight. -The Senate
had voted a tax of $2.S0 per
thousand pounds only for weight
over 13 tons.
Since this is an entirely new tax
toe House bill means a sharply
nigner tax on big trucks and bus
es until they reach a weight of
32Vi tons after which the Senate
tax would have heavier effect
Action by the conferees clears
the way for final House and Sen Senate
ate Senate approval next week on the big biggest
gest biggest federal-state highway building
bill in U.S. history.
The final compromise exempts
city transit systems from increas
ed taxes on fuels -and on vehicles
of large weight. This also was in
the House bill. The Senate had vot voted
ed voted to tax transit systems.
All tax increases would become
effective July 1. In addition to
truck and bui weight taxes, they
call for a rise in federal gasoline
taxes from the present two to
three cents a gallon; tires from
live to eight cents a pound and a
manufacturers excise tax : on
trucks, buses and trailers from the
current eight to 10 per cent.
Elects Mrs. Reid
As Daughter Ruler
The daughters of Jasmine turn.
pie No. 323, IBPOEW met in a spe
cial session at Elks hall in Colon
Wednesday and with Daughter Dis
trict Deputy Ana M. Josephs pre presiding
siding presiding their nomination and elec election
tion election the following officers were e-
lected July-December term:
Dorothy Reid, daughter ruler;
Pauline Hawkins Thompson, vice
dtr. ruler: Viola Miller, asst. vice
dtr. ruler; Leona Adams, chap
lain; a. Homer, aoor keeper, ree
lected; and I. Howell, gate keeper keeper-reelected.
reelected. keeper-reelected. The newly elected
daughter ruler is a member of Jas Jasmine
mine Jasmine temple for many years and
was recently selected queen for
their anniversary activities, she is
the wife of the present exalted rul
er of Eyrie Lodge, IBPOEW she
and her staff of officers will take
the oath of office early next
OUR SPECIAL THIS WEEK:
Antennas Installed $35.00, window and room type.
Our repair shop fully equipped... work guaranteed
TV Radios Hi-Fi repairs.
Our Antenna and TV Installation make it possible
for the Gamboa Golf club to have the best
i reception area. ... v
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COL. W. R. SEYMOUR, USARCARD3 Quartermaster, awards
the Army Commendation Ribbon with metal pendant to Capt
Raymond N. Wagner, Quartemaster quarters property officer.
The award was made in recognition of a mayor improvement
which Wagner suggested and Instituted in recording and ac counting
for quarters furniture in the Panama, Area. It has
been determined that the use of the Warner's Idea will save
the Command approximately $17,000 annually. Mrs. pat Wag Wagner
ner Wagner looks on proudly while Seymour pins the ribbon and pend-
' v ; f r ant on her husband's chest v
Unlovz l Tcrr.drz
Murder Of Two School Girls
Students To Make
Qebnl In Colon
On Benefit Concert
Two Panama Citv music stu
dents, pianist Eduardo Lambert
and soprano Maizie Headley,
will make their Cokin debut next
month in a benefit concert spon sponsored
sored sponsored bv the Music Scholarship
Committee of Colon.
The concert will he neia JUiy
78 at the Atlantic Theatre to aid
in raising funds to provide a
scholarship for Desmond Da Daniels,
niels, Daniels, a promising Atlantic aide
In addition to the two stu students
dents students of the National Conser Conservatory
vatory Conservatory of Music, the concert will
a'so feature sODrano Constancia
Bell, comet soloist Victor Mac Mac-Donald,'
Donald,' Mac-Donald,' violinist Gilbert Perez
and the Rocked Glee Club quar-
The scholarship, committee Is
comprised of John Blennerhau Blennerhau-sett,
sett, Blennerhau-sett, the Very Rev, Malnert J.
Peterson, Rev. Henry A. Blake,
Victor E. Henrlquez. Handel K.
Lawson, William Curling, Ra Ramon
mon Ramon Mendez. Noe' C. Henrlquez
and Hector Connor.
WASHINGTON. Juna 22 fUP)
A 16-year-old juvenile delinquent
who "couldn't stand to see other
people happy" yesterday confess confessed
ed confessed the ambush slaying of two high
school girls in a suburban park
more than a year ago. S
. Police said Donald Wayne Da
vis, Hillside, Md., auto thief and
''unloved product of a broken
home told them he was the hidden
rifleman who fired 11 shots into
Nancy Shomette. 16. and Michael
Ann Ryan, 14, daughter of a police
man while they were en route
through a woods to school.
State's Attorney Blair M. Smith
of nearby Prince George Country,
Md., said the youth had signed a
12-page statement which "checks
out in all material details with
what the police know about the
case."r ; -.
The girls were shot down on the
morning of June 15, 1955, while
walking through Northwest Branch
Park near the University of Mary Maryland.
land. Maryland. Since then county police and
District of Columbia detectives!
have questioned mora than 1,000
persons In connection with the ip
parently senseless crime.
The state's attorney said Da
via' ttatemenf did not give an
outright motive for the slaying.
But detective said the ttato ttato-mont
mont ttato-mont "indicates the boy taw how
happy everybody else wat and
hew unloved and unfit ppy h
wat and he lutt tort of ttruck
ut at anybody."
The death weapon was a 22-calI-
ber Marlin repeater rifle. Police
said the youth told them he threw
it in the Anacostia River. Navy
aivers are trying to una it.
The confession broke one of the
two teeen-age double slaying con
fronting, police in metropolitan
wasmngton and the surrounding a
rea. ri -i J--.-f .:
It came as funeral services were
being held for Mary Elizabeth Pe
ters, 18, Beltzvule, Md., and Shel
by Jean Venable, 16, Laurel, Md.,
whose nude bodies were found in
the Potomac River and a tributa
ry. Police have questioned doz
ens of suspects but to no avau.
WEEDS AND DYES
DAVIS, Calif. (UP) Dyes
that glow under ultra-violet light
are showing plant scientists how
weed killers get inside living
plants. Leaves dipped in solution
of these dyes and then washed off
will vnder ultra violet light, for foresee
esee foresee in those areas where the
weed-killm? chemicals are ab absorbed.
sorbed. absorbed. University of California
plant scientist are using dyes as
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Durinff an extraordinarv mppllno
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POEW. held in Panama Citv on
Sunday evening, the following offi officers
cers officers were elected for the July to
Joseph Romaln. chief antler, re
elected: Cyril Nightingale, vice
chief antler; Joseph Mullins, left
anther; B. Merle, right antler;
Carlton Mullins, first scribe ree
lected; Percival Goubourn, second
scribe; Font LeRoy Clarke, bursar,
reelected; Rev. Chas. T. Reid,
chaplain; Emanuel Baston, forres-
ter. reelected: Arthur Brooks, in
ner guard; Hillary Paris, tyler
nost; jib uuy, Arnold George
ana fearo Herrera, trustees.
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old theater at Fort Clayton to-
mgni at juapt. j. u. Aruiur,
advancement chairman, Pacific
District, announced today: S' ;
The hiffhast award an tti Mit.
' ty Musser of Troop 17 at FL Clay Clay-tun
tun Clay-tun who will become an Eagle
Advancing to Life scout will be
Larry um 01 i roop ut at jo on a a-mador.
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ger, Larry yuinn, ana Steven mc
Govern, all from Troop IS at Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook AfB.
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Two U!l Officials
Wanted Him To Spy.
NEW YORK. Jim w itp
A former Soviet irmv contain
Who Came to this mnnln fn,..
years ago today accused two So-
viet vomciaii at ths iinitoH m..
tions of trying to persuade him to
ucconie a ea spy in tnis countryj
Michael Shatov, 42-year-old ar archivist
chivist archivist at Columbia University,
said he was subjected to subtle
pressure by the Russians while
they were studying English at the
University., He identified them as
Aleksei Petukhov, U.N. 'technical
assistance program officer for
Asia, and Rostislav Shapovalov,
second secretary of the Soviet's
missions to the U.SN.
Shatov told a news conference
sponsored by the American Com Committee
mittee Committee for the Liberation from
Bolshevism that Arkady A. Sobo Sobo-lev,
lev, Sobo-lev, head of the Soviet U.N. mis.
sion apparently was in on thi
scheme. He said th ntw twn
Kussians irequenuy mentioned
SoboleV name and promised that
Sobolev would guarantee bis safe safety
ty safety if he decided to return home.
Shato. whn testifipii at an av.
ecutive session of the Senate in internal
ternal internal Security Kllhrnmmitto. last
m.i r-. 1 . . nrajtlr esM K. l c
ine r eaerauon 01 American Scl- vr' t",u " u,c w
entists caUed today for dispersal' vtigators behind closed doors,
of U.S. industry as perhaps "the .the same torv nt he was teU-
only defense" against intercom!- ta8 reporters.
nental missiles. )
The fediratinn snnnnrtarf
posed amendment to the Defense! gram," the scientists said, "the
Production Act asserting, "It is more drastic it will have to be to
the policy of the Congress to pro-1 meet the danger of intercontinen-
jiiuiu ajic cv;iiJiii(;tti aispersai, iBtl missiles.
f. industrial faculties of the Unlt- "In fact, dispersal may well be
..Si" . . 1 ine mit oense agamst such mis
"The longer we delay in launch- siles."
Scattering Of US
Industry Urged As
WASHINGTON, June 22 (UP)'
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OHMA!, RECEPTION WELCOMES GOV. W. E. POTTER,. v
s!wTTER AND THEIR TEENAGE DAUGHTERS
1 The Tlvoli Guest House, traditional site of hail and fare-,
well festivities on the Canal Zone, was the scenr oJ i nta
reception tost evening In honor of Governor and Mrs. William
Snm mo meats attended the af-
'air given by JU. wv. anu
W. H. Schull. ..
The Potters young aaugniers,
he Misses Susan Ruth and Jo Ann
otter, joined their parents in ine
eceiving line. -'
nnpsts eninved an elaborate bur
et and -the music of Lucho Azca-
Being Fed Tomorrow-
The A r oi aaivauur i
anama 1 rannsco LI
fcsegueda are t-v a ctau par
tnmnrmur ai u.m. ui
if tne AmDassauui ui u1.,
he United States .and Mrs. Hentor
bavid Castro, who are visitors m
.he capital city.
tot Mrs. Lagroxo
f frk. AmhaiiHnr of Venezuela
md Mrs. Estebal Chalbeau Cardo Cardo-ia
ia Cardo-ia and Mrs. Chalbeau are giv giv-nt
nt giv-nt a dinner and card party on
jjnday in honor of Mrs Ennque
greze,. wife of the Ambassador
Chile, who-is leaving soon for
visit with relatives in her home-
Chals Fcr Or.2 lloi:r
hVith Creek leaders
I ATHENS; June1 22 (UP) Pre Premier
mier Premier Jawaharlal Nehru or India
and top Greek leaders chatted for
an hour on international problems
t an airport meeung wuj. u"
.r.hn, tndr nft for Rome.
i Th Indian eovernment chief
L,.m nnt niak with newsmen be
iore he departed. But Greek Pre-
th talk, ."wo make a tour
C'horizon of international p r o b-
"1 am .satisfied with meeting the
Indian Premier who also express-l
led satisfaction witn meeung, us,
VaromanllK .J-' t
With him at tne airport meeung
was his foreign minister, Evagelosj
Averoff. v-:;- :"';'', j".i'-'
AuthoriUtive quarters said they
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nan '"w"-'" "7. r ablv. it is for use aboard a shin.
the reeK-iura-Bnuha qhii the firit
Miss Judith Chan 4
Graduatos In Ohie
la Raturnino Home
Miss Judith Chan, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Chan of Co
lon, received her Bachelor of Sci-
mi University, Oxford Ohio, early
this month. . v
, Miss Chan is an alumna of Cns-
tnhal Hieh School, class of 1953.
She is returning to the Isthmus on
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V ALICIA HART
, NEA Beauty Editor
A new home facial has recently
been presented by a leading znanu
torturer of cosmetics.
This one is a taffy-colored cream,
in a small jar that comes with its
own spatula.,' ;
Another shipment of Phlko TV sets arrived at Toe u men by
PAA Clipper Cargo from Philadelphia consigned te Mneble Mneble-ria
ria Mneble-ria Enropea. There is a great demand for these TV sets and.
MueblerU Eulopea finds it expedient to order them by air.
.4-...' (Commercial Notiee)
Military Dependents Benefit
Under New Medical Measure
On the eve of his recent ill
ness, President Elsenhower sign
ed Into law the s.70 million ae ae-Dendent
Dendent ae-Dendent medical care bill, which
will permit thousands of wives
and children of servicemen to ne
treated in civilian hospitals when
no military, facilities are avail
Following the signing, Defense
Secretary Charles E. Wilson, is issued
sued issued a statement In which he
said his aides have been asked
"to do all that is possible to iu.
sure that the individual service
man and his dependents will re realize
alize realize the benefits of the new law
Wilson termed the till one
of the Defense Department's
major career Incentive meas measures
ures measures designed to serve as an
inducement for serviecmen to
continue : their military ca careers.
reers. careers. He said it would provide
hospitalisation for an estimat estimated
ed estimated 49 per cent of all depend dependents
ents dependents "to whom circumstances
have denied the medical bene benefits
fits benefits traditionally available.'
Paraise Civic Council :
Meets next Thursday
A very imoortant meef inff nf tlia
Paraiso Civic Council will be held
in the music room of the Paraiso
Hign school on Thursday, June 28.
at 7:30 p.m.
in addition to heannf the ratuirt
of the last shirt-sleeve conference,
other matters affecting the town
Will be discussed. An invitation
is extended to all residents of Pa
raiso. . i ..
I believe that fee enactment
of this new law constitutes
new milestone in our etloris to
assure the individual service
man the peace of mind and ade ade-auacy
auacy ade-auacy of opportunity that Is es
sential it we are to attract and
retain In the military services
the caliber of personnel that the
maintenance of national defense
in this modern era requires,"
Wilson said. v :
Defense officials are confident
medical care in civilian hospi hospitals
tals hospitals will become a reality in the
next six months. However, an
insurance plan must first be
worked out, and several -possibilities
are under consideration.
The law states that service servicemen
men servicemen whose dependents are treat
ed in civilian hospitals would
pay- only the first $25 of the fee
or the daily subsistence rate In
military hospitals, whichever is
ereatex. t : --.'
The remaining cost would he
covered by the aovernment un
der an insurance plan still to be
Nehru Claims Little Liking
For Lengthy Travel Abroad
To Be Featured
Af July 15 Concert
Mario Gutierrez, popular ten
or of Panama's Conservatory of
Music, .. will be heard on tne
classical concert to be staged by
the Knights of St. Paul at the
Pacific Service Center on Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, July 15.
-' He will also team up with Ter Teresa
esa Teresa Johnson In the interpreta
tion of several duets from the
works of the great masters.
In addition to these two out
standing vocalists, thera ; will
also be renditions by professors
Charpentier and Tirelli, on -the
flute and violin, accompanied by
Hans Janowitz at the piano.
Tickets for reserved seats and
general admission are available
from members of the organiza organization
tion organization or at the office of St Paul's
Church. : v: i :? ;".v
Mew Phone Board
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Before using, the skin is cleaned
thoroughly.: The maker recom recommends
mends recommends following the washing with
an application of her own skin lo
tion. Then a thin coating of the fa
cial mask is applied with the ap
plicator. Its left on for about fif
teen minutes. During this time; a
woman can go about her regular
household tasks, according to tne
After fifteen minutes,' the facial
is rinsed off with warm water and
ROCHESTER N.Y. (UP).
The Stromberg Carlson' Division
of General Dynamics Corp.. has
developed a sma compact dial
telephone .switchboard which is
claimed to be many times faster the face is blotted dry with
tnao aucn equipment presently, m towei.
USe. !" ,-... : t?- ...
A company official said the first
u n i t, capable of servicing 100
unes, already has been completed
and delivered to the Bureau, of
Ships of the U.S. Navy. Presum-
farence in London which Nehru will
.Nehru left his country yesterday,
hnariprf for London and then the U-
The nroduct is designed to re
move dirt and stale make-up thor thoroughly.
oughly. thoroughly. This kind Of cleansing, the
maker feels, prevents the develop development
ment development of skin eruptions and blackheads.
Decide To End 4.
Reign Of Terror
MORELIA, Mexico June 22 -(VVh-
A two-day "reign of ter
ror" by student rioters ended a a-bruptly
bruptly a-bruptly today when people began
demanding th? the government
close every school in Michoacan
province for a year.
Leaders of the rebellious stu students
dents students who wrecked two newspancr
av rvrnus in view of the
-j-r ... ... id n nnur wiucn ODeraies enureiv
coming Briusn commonwea electronics. All switching from
one circuit to anotner is done
The key is the use of transistors
and diodes, tiny devices which do
the work of vacuum tubes but do
it better and quicker. The new
switchboard is only half as large
as the conventional vacuum tube
type and weighs only about one one-fourth"
fourth" one-fourth" as niuch. .,
"Since witching is done .elec .electronically,
tronically, .electronically, the absence of moving
parts eliminates problems caused
by dust, wear and rust and other
similar factors which affect electro-mechanical.-
company said. "If desired, the
new switchboard can be complete
ly sealed in
: CAT DROP i '- '-
' DANISTEE. Mich. (UP) A
plants and damaged several publi bald eagle swooped down, picked
buildines hero Tuesday announced
they -are giving up their "protest
movement. .. 5 ; .-,
; Ripe Old Age
PAPAGAIOS; Brar.iL June 22 -J
(UP) Jlana .da Suva, oldest in inhabitant
habitant inhabitant of this provincial village,
died today at a reitorted age of
150. She was said -to have been
born in January 1806. Mrs.'.'- Da
Silva is survived by 3S great-
great-grandchildren and 21 great-1
up Mrs. juna jiosenoium s cat
and earned him about loo yaras
across a iieic oeiore aroppmg me
angry, howung animal as a bad
bargain..;' p r'..-' ", '
Ir a buy llrar-eauwa yon to
aafTar from indlgeation, aaa, heart heartburn,
burn, heartburn, constipation, beadachaa. bad
- breath, dlnlncaa, blKotnnasa and
:. akin blemtataea, vat HIGaLOX
(rem yoar (atnlit tiay.
HIOALON l a raal tonic to the
. Hvorand rntntlnoa. Gat HIQALON
May aaS faal batter tsaxrcm.
RANGOON,. Burma, June 22
(UP Prime Minister Jawahar Jawahar-lal
lal Jawahar-lal Nehru of India confided recent
ly to former Premier U Nu that it
m'"H do himself and India good if
h, office "for some period, at
least." it was disclosed today, ;
An exchanee of letters between
U Nu and Nehru made public by
the Burmese Information Ministry
here indicated that Nehru was one
of the first to know that U Nu in
tended to resign. The letters were
exchanges in May.
Nehru, in a long reply, also made
it clear he was not looking forward
too much to his present trip.
"I am some out on a lengthy
tour abroad," he said. "I have sel seldom
dom seldom liked going out less than this
time but I eannot help it, I shall
go to England for about 12 days
then to Washington f or xour oays
Afterwards to western Germany
and a day with Marshal Tito in Yu Yugoslavia.
goslavia. Yugoslavia. I am likely to meet Colo Colonel
nel Colonel Nasser (the Egyptian Premier)
in Yugoslavia and go with him
later to Cairo." f .'.: ..
Nehru commented that U Nu's
decision to sten down from office
for a year "creates a little void for
me and J nave no aouoi many
"At the back of my mioa i leei
that it would do me and the coun
try good if I was away for some
period of time," JNehru wrote.
New Yankee Doodle
Birth Place Named
ALBANY, N.Y. (UP) Ac
cording to the booklet, "Houses
of History in New York State,"
issued by" the state's commerce
department, the song, "Yankee
Doodle," was born at Fort Crailo
in Rensselaer, N.Y. j
The booklet says that a British
army surgeon, Dr. Richard Shuck-
burgh, wrote the words while
seated on the well curb at the
rear of the house. The "fort,"
now a museum, is an old b r i c k
house believed to have. been, built
But the letter indicated it was
not likely Nehru would take such a
"I am much more tied up in the
world th" yi are," fjit said
"It 13 t v rr
entangled in tne world's ailanrs and
then cannot disentangle ourselves
perhaps find an excuse for not do
ing SO. iv-M ;i -t;h
He said he had "practically de
cided" to "get eway" three years
ago but the suggestion created an
upheaval in his party and so he
continued as Prime Minister.
"I have often wondered if I did
right," Nehru said.
To Sing Sunday
Al Anccn Calhsdral
A program of sacred music, in.
eluding selections from the works
of Wolf, Tchaikovsky and Mozart,
will be presented by soprano Mar
tha Spoel, Sunday at 6:30 p.m. at
the Cathedral of St. Luke, Ancon.
Mrs. SnoeL voice teacher at the
National School of Music in Pana
ma, is well known as a concert art
ist throughout the Isthmus and al
so in Europe where ihe received
her training and where she appear
ed in opera. ;
The complete program Is al fol
lows: Air from The Messiah, "If
God be for us, Who can be against
us?,": Prayer, Wolf; To an An Ancient
cient Ancient Picture, Wold; A Legend,
Tchaikovsky; caudate Dominum,
Mozart, and Agnus Dei trust
Mass in C), Mozart : ; c C
Following the concert, a choral
service of evening prayer will be
held. The Cathedral choir under
the direction of Earl C. Keeoey,
will assist at this service. The Kev.
John H. Townsend will be the of
The public is invited to attend
both the concert and the evening
NEW YORK (UP) Next
season, the Philadelphia Orches Orchestra
tra Orchestra and the Boston Symphony will
swap conductors for two concerts.
Eugene Ormandy. music direc
tor of the Philadelphians, will con
duct the Bostonians twice in Bos
ton, while Charles Munch, music
director of the Boston Symohonv
will be in Philadelphia conducting
me rnuaueipmans.' ;
In addition fo Munch, tha Phil
aaelpbia Orchestra will hava thr
other guests conductors next sea season
son season Ernest Ansermet, founder
ana conductor of Orchestra de la
Suisse Romande; Pierre Monteux,
uu nuuim aieinoerg, conductor
of the Pittsburgh Symphony.
The season will open Oct. 5 and
ciose April 20, 1957. ;
Norman Dello Join nna nf rti
nest known contemnorarv com
posers has been aonointed to th
faculty, of the Mannes College of
music ana win teach composi composition.
tion. composition. His newest opera, "The Trial
at Rouen," was given its world
premiere on a television network
recently. .,-.,; a;.-;.
Jan Peerce. Metronohtan Onra
tenor is in jttussia under tne aus
pices of the State Department. He
ma.de his first appearance in a
concert at the Moscow Conserva.
tory on June S. v
. The plan is for him to appear
in three leading tenor roles of
Italian opera in Moscow's Bolshoi
theatre and he will be the first
American to appear in opera at
The operai are "Rieoletto."
"La Traviata," and "The Masked
BalL'V Peerce also will appear in
concert in Leningrad, Tiflis, and
Kiev and, after a month, go on to
umvrv DllclwrCQ Hamminiituo forhis
' k,.n Mii.mat ia I ul in. l,motikey at'the Detroit '.
r.n.n ika nhMntf. rrwnwhile..diSt!aTSBOOditocrjabrHl
aim. After the charm of tbe cemeraworeaoa4 Mnasaa
.. Tanan went thixawobaUcs ontftftynformumajat
of Panama's social ctnten
BELLA VISTA ROOM
"Superlative" h tbt word
for an evening dining
and dancing in our elegant
aircondttioned room fo music
by uarence Martins urcoesira. itf-i-vx
certs in the tt urn f cuv Col
lege will give special ""nights" to
the works of eight composers this
season. Two are living and three
are Americans. The 1'nights" re-
suit xrom public demand.
The eight composers are Bee
thoven, Tchaikovsky, Brahms,
Richard Strauss, Johann Strauss,
Jr., George Gershwin, Cole Por
ter, and. Richard Rodgers. ;
Lois Marshall, soprano, who was
a sensation of the past music sea
son, made her London debut with
the Royal Philharmonic under Sir
Thomas Beecham on May 26.
SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCE
: i 11:30 a.m. 8:30 p.m.
. airconditloned Balboa Room.
. Enjoy our popular breakfast
. lunch menu with choice
of complimentary cocktail.
: Music by Luebe Ascarraga at the or or--
- or-- gan. Entertainment by Erie the Great
balloon man and magician.
...,t,, :,i .ii,.:t ,.(..'.., ...,'.,. v. 'it.
' George Godoy Trio midnighrto
, 4:30 a.m. Fridays &" Saturdays
;-i Club 4'3Q 4; ',ui
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njoy youmalf M"
cheapar than you think
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it V pom: Wotta'l
Jufr unpacked a new shipment of
smart dresses for all occasions!
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IMPERIAL WOMAN Pearl S.
LUCY CROWN Irwin Shaw
AUNTIE MAME Patrick Den.
THE QUIET AMERICAN Gra-
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THE BIRTH OF BRITAIN
THE SEARCH FOR BRIDEY
MURPHY Morey Bernstein
GIFT. FROM THE SEA Anne
Morrow Lindbergh r
A NIGHT TO REMEMBER Wal Walter
ter Walter Lord i v
ARTHRITIS AND- COMMON
' v SENSE Dan Dale Alexander
HOW TO LIVE 365 DAYS A
YEAR John A. Schindlcr
Di Yea Stat Li A
a wrecks I- '.
Auto wrecks are on the In Increase.
crease. Increase. Be careful Wise
, motorists can't afford to take,
. Wise motorists obey traffic
rules, keep their cars in good
condition and are always
courteous on the road. ...
Off to a last start .- the
kleal way to pick nf f pedes pedestrians
trians pedestrians who haven't yet reach reached
ed reached the curb. If you're pro proficient
ficient proficient you may even catch
one at the other intersection.
Then you'll be known as a
really dangerous driver.
You'll never be a courteous
driver this way -. respect
the pedestrian and the other
Cuttrj Ccrccrs Czi
Like to see pedestrians Jump...
you can scare the daylights
out of those on the euro ana
may even run over some somebody's
body's somebody's foot"" ;
Everybody will say you're a
terrible driver. .
Wrong again to pride your yourself
self yourself on being good driver
you must be a courteous
Do Ycu Like To
This is an easy stunt. Just
turn right from the left lane.
You'll probably hear swear swearing
ing swearing and the screech of brakes.
Try it at high speed on the
highway and you'll be ,the
death-of-the-party. . ; j
Instead be a safe driver
turn from the correct' lane
and signal first.
The COST of J
Insurance is up to A-
It's to your advantage to bny
Insurance from an establish established,
ed, established, service minded agency.
For prompt, thorough agency
service, see ..
t Stofeet V i f ctepbon'
No. 3 Ir" l-aazs.
S9YD BX0TKUS. Kf C.
Drive rarefullf t Kea yauf auta auta-awhile
awhile auta-awhile In good awehanical cofidilioa-
Be sure yaa hava adequate Uuur
FRIDAY, JOTE 13-1
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Phone ranama t-KSt
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Phone 2-245) 2-2562
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PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding Jumping cImm M
I to 5 P.m. Phana 3-0279
at by eppointmenr.
HARNETT & DUNN
-TEACHES DNTU. TOU LEARN
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Red China Jails
For War Crimes
TOKYO, June 22 (UP) Radio
Peiping taid last night 17 Japanese
triirl .hv a snccial mil
itary court and-sentenced to pris
on terms ranging from eignt 10 ai
years for "crimes committeed dur dur-in(
in( dur-in( the Japanese war against Chi China."
na." China." f er ai MrsTirc
L'NITED STATES OF AMERICA
, Canal Zon
United SUtrs Dhtrltt Court Tor The
District ot The Canal Zone
f Balboa Division
In the matter of the Estate of James
Parsons Roberts, Deceased.
Probate No. 9364. Notice to Creditors.
Public Notice Is hereby given that oil
persons having claims against Jamas
Parsons Roberts, deceased, are hereby
required to lilt said claims, with the
necessary vouchers. In the office of the
Cleric of the United States District
Court, at Ancon, Canal Zone, or to ex exhibit
hibit exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers,
to the undersigned Administratrix In I
the Office of Arias. Fabrega ft Fabrega,
t No. 33 Central Avenue. Panama City.
. : u : v.ilnn.1 fNtu n.ntr
1 1 UB Mil. ui uiv ii a. ...
Punami Citr. on or before the )Jth day
of April 1S7, or they will be for ever
barred. Raid claims must be supported
bv the affidavit of the claimant or. tome
on on his behalf, that the amount is
Justly due. that no payments have ben
made which arc not credited and that
there are no off-seta 1o the same to the
knowledge of 'the affiant, , .
Dated this 1th day ot June 1K6. ;
' , VtrginU Knewlton Boberbt
, Administratrix. w .,
SECURITIES IN, PANAMA
. ; ,., ClnotaUons by
AEUS. MATVSS1 A ASSOCIATES
S Bid Ask
Abattoir Nacional IM
Banct ..ridudarb) 411 iJ(
Blokmlgon ............. tl 10 .
Cemonto Panam ...i... 7 -S0
Cerveeoria Naclonal .... 82
Chirleana de Lecb
Coca Cola j
Cuentat Comerclalt I
Pre, wttb Cora 1
Deatiladora Naclonal -rinanelera
'Istmefla N i
Prei. wltb Com. ..... i j
risanzax. S. A. .-. I
Pret trlth Cora, .i .. 124 .,
Puerza f LuaPref. 4711
Puerza t Lux Com. ... to
Hotelas Interamerlcanee. 414
Genera) de Segvoa ....
Partamefta devAceite ... W ;
Panaasena de Pibrae ... M
Paruunefia de Seguroe tt 77
Panataefia de Tahico 14 II 1S
Teatra Bellevlsta ..... ISO
Teatro Central MO
FOR SALE: -Real bargain. Din.
ing aad living room tatt $75.'
Leaving for State. Pben 2224,
FOR SALE: Baby crib and mat mattress,
tress, mattress, good "condition $10. Call
FOR SALE: Two blend aak oud
tablet, cocktail table an1 ate
table, boudoir kair, bookcase.
FOR SALE: Blonde mahogany
living room suite 4 pes. $40;
mahogany bed stand, taring, cot cotton
ton cotton mattrett $40. Balbea 2-
2401. .-. "T .- ,';
FOR SALE: Owner going te
States, 3-piece dining set with
4 chain, i and tablet, Bendix
washer. Phone 21 1959,, a.m. a.m.-4
4 a.m.-4 p.m., weekday. -
FOR SALE: Norgo electric tteve
, 60-cycle $50; Wostinghouse au au-.
. au-. tomatic washing machine end
Hotpoint dryer 60-cycle $150;
upright piano, good condition,
. excellent tana $250. Call Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu 5286. m
" FOR SALE: 60 cyda G. E.
, wringer washing machine, pump,
timer. Very good condition $75.
Call Albrook 86-6202.
i FOR SALE: -9-piece mahogany
' dining ream suite, 5-pieca Rat
' tan living room suite. Rousseau,
Apt. R-16-C. Canal Zone, i
FOR SALE- Beautiful 5 -piece
" dinetta set, malamitf fr chrome,
cherry' red pearl gray color;
J alsa rabbit with cage. 2233 Can
: .Street, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, f cu.
ft., 25-cycle.y $25. Balboa 2 2-4271,
4271, 2-4271, 2-4240 after 4 p.m. i
FOR SALE:'-) complete modern
dining 'roomi sat,- consists of: 6
chairs, table, buffet, licorera.
Only six months old. Phone 2-
o5336 Panama. v. '.- (
WANTED: Standard typewrit typewrit-er.
er. typewrit-er. Call 2-2729 Balboa after 4
p.m. i a:' .,..!
Wins Los Amigos
Miss Florencia Fulton will reign
Over all the activities of Los Ami Amigos
gos Amigos del Publo Social Club for the
next 12 months, by virtue of her
landslide victory in a popularity
contest concluded by the club last
weebv It was announced today.
The coronation of Miss Fulton
will take place at the club'g second
anniversary dance scheduled for
June 30 at the Pacific Service
Miss Fulton was proclaimed as
queen over the weekened at a par party
ty party held in honor of herself and ber
court, including runners.up Cecilia
Francis and Esilda Gomez.
Music fot the semi-formal dance
will be provided by Victor Boa and
Jabao Jarvis and their orchestras.
It will be held at the Pacific Serv
ice Center from 8 to 2 a.m. and
thereafter at the Mechamcs Club
until 6 a.m.
MAKE EXTRA MONEY Big Cash
Profits Full or spare Time Sell Per Personal
sonal Personal Christmas cards 2S for US Sl.K
Name Imprinted. Sample free. Alto
25 beautiful box assortments. Write
Air Mail, CYPHERS CARD CO., 71
W. Korea St., Buffalo, NY.
All Work Guaranteed
TT SERVICE CENTER
H" and DARIEN
TILL 1I:M P.M.
fOR SALE: Clean 1953 Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet Tudor "210'1 series, ta-t
tone, wiw, radio, 'heater, new
teat covert, reasonable' price,
FOR. SALE: 1949 Ford 4-door,
; low mileage, condition of this
car above average;- also 1952
Morris Oxford, mechanical con condition
dition condition good, duty paid. Your
choice $475. Balboa 3578.
FOR SALE: 1951 Pentiac 2 2-door
door 2-door sedan, exceptional condi-.
: lion, loaded with extras, 31,000
milts, jew tire. Must bo aeon
to bo appreciated. 2507-D, Co Co-coli.
coli. Co-coli. Phono 4-306.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
"2 10" .4-door todan, 14,000
miles, ona awner, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, wsw, power (lido. Will
accept reasonable offer. Call Co Coco
co Coco Solo 308. (
FOR SALE: 1947 Plymouth,
good condition, priced to sell
Phone Gamboa 6-187.
FOR SALE: Ufa 1950 Ford
Station Wagon, overdrive, radio,
low mileage, top condition. Re-'
cent engine job, recaps and new
battery, $795 ar best offer. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone Quarry Heights 5171.
FOR SALE: 1952 Singer Road-
ater, very good condition $475
or best offer. Balboa 2-3775. I
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick four four-doer
doer four-doer sedan, good rubber, good
mechanical condition. Price:
$425. Phana Ft. Gulick 88-273.
FOR SALE: 1955 Cbevrolet
BelAir 2-deor Sport Ceupe
$600. Balboa 2-6454 daytime,.;
Balbea 2-4297 after 4:30. r;"
Prime Minister, i;
Says Canada Eager
OTTAWA. June 22 tUPi' (Tan
ad is anxious to increa the
flow of trade wfthlti iUw Common Commonwealth
wealth Commonwealth by every means possible,
Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent
told the Commons ioday. i
He leaves for London tonigit to
attend next week's Commonwealth
meeting of Prime Ministers. He
said it was not true, as reported
in British papers, that Canada was
opposed to extension of British
Empire trade preferences.
St. Laurent was applauded when
John Diefenbaker (PC Prince
Albert), opposition foreign affairs
critic, extended him a "bon voy
age" wish. Diefenbaker' asked the
Prime Minister what stand Cana
da would take at the conference on
an extension of British preferences
to meet the Russian trade offen
sive. ;.. :
., St. Laurent said It was not pre
per to state Canada's views on i i-tems
tems i-tems on the conference agenda
until the views of other countries
I had been heard. But on the sugges
tion that British preferences might
be widened, he added:
"We are still firmly convinced
that the dollars earned in Canada
by the marketing and sale of Com Commonwealth
monwealth Commonwealth goods in this country
do increase the volume of Cana Canadian
dian Canadian commodities it is possible for
us to sell in commonwealth mar markets
kets markets abroad. We are very anxious
to have as much world trade flow
through the efforts of the Common Common-welath
welath Common-welath as it is possible to at
Rites Honoring ;
Koredrf War Dead
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.. June
22 (UP)-Vice Adm. A. D. Struble,
who led the United Nations naval
forces in the Inchon landings that
turned the course of the Korean
War, was the top-ranking Ameri American
can American military figure today at cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies dedicating a plaque, to the
Korean War dead. t
FILET MIGNON! ; t
w"parsley, butter, French
' fries, one vegetable, salad,
--.- bread and butter.
- .-!a $2.25;
w smothered onion or
horseradish parfait, and
- French fries, vegetable,
salad, bread and butter.
Restaurant & Bar
' BOX 2031, ANCON, C-2.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
SAN JOSE INN, in San Jose,
Costa Rica, offers a delightful
all-oxpenta three-day tour in
cool and beautiful Casta Rica for
$52.50 per person in group of
two or mere people. For reserva reservations
tions reservations or information write or'
wire SAN JOSE INN, Saa Joee,
Costa Rica. '; V
Own your own business in Florida -,
or toe U.S. National chain .of t
ejuick service laundries bat tat-
oral locations available in choice
Florida towns. An investment of
$3500.00 will open your" vary
own laundry equipped with Men-
arch washers and dryers. For fur,
thor information, write to form former
er former Zonian: John A. Alexander,'
Moaarch Laundry Machinery -Corporation,
Boa 620, Fort Lau-
derdale, .Florida, v. :
FOR SALE: Upright piano, ideal
far bar or playroom. May bo
seen at 2507-D, Cacoli. Phono
FOR SALE: Native saddle
horse, better than average, geld gelded.
ed. gelded. Phone Balboa 3373.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
'Station Wagon; light-plant "O "O-nait,"
nait," "O-nait," 110-220 volts, 60-cycle,
I 2 er 3 phase; 12 14 -foot
molded plywood boat, 7'-hp
outboard motor; electric ironer.
House. 146 Gamboa.CZ
FOR SALE: Half or entire
beauty shop business. Foe infor information,
mation, information, Phont 3-6383.
LOST & FOUND,
LOST Parrot, green with yeU
low head. Reward. Phone J J-4840.
4840. J-4840. Cangrejo. '
FOR SALE: Harlay Davidtoa
motorcycle, new fires and bat battery,
tery, battery, good condition. Fort Clay
ton 5239. 1
ANN LATTIN'S v SCHOOL OF,
DANCE announce summer class classes
es classes beginning Tuesday 2:30 and
3:30. Far registration: Cbcoli
Clubhouse, Phono Balboa 2-1-4415.
Trio Prepares Plan
tod up vagina
TAPTCt tttiv wi.
. ,uuu, i.uin M jr f lire
three "wise men" of the Atlantic
Pont MrnnW. m.a1 aJ.m w
- vvhhpi6ii nuia. itiudjr till a
plan that would put economicpoli economicpolitical
tical economicpolitical and cultural props under the
sagging military alliance, ..,
The trio--Foreien Minister fiae.
tano Martino of Italy, Halvard Lan Lan-ger
ger Lan-ger of Norway and Lester Pearson
of- Canda will make p u b 1 1 c
their plan in a communique, to be
published today or, tomorrow,
- I v j
The three beian their Challlnt
Palace meeting three days. ago.
They met again today to complete
a questionnaire in which each of
the IS NATO partners will be ask
ed to set out his views on the pro proposed
posed proposed changes in the alliance'
aims and structure.
TESTIFIES Robert B. MO
Leaish, who quit under fire as
director of the Farmers Home
Administration, .. told Senate
investigators in Washington
that he never drank "to ex excess"
cess" excess" on the Job. He is shown
above testifying; before a Sen Senate
ate Senate civil Service subcommittee
investigating the agency's op operations.
ATTENTION & l.t Jutt built
mod era furnitbad apart meat. 1, ;
2 bedroom, bet, cold w t a a,
Phono Poname 3-4941."
FOR RENT: Apartment $40
and $25. Jose Agustin Arango
Street 50 10-A; Inquire same
address, Apt. 12 or 7th Street
No. 3," Partjuo Lafevr.
FOR RENT .Furnished modern
apartment, screened, inspected,
one and two bedrooms. Call 2-'
3065. i--,' r.'S:
FOR RENT-Screened furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment I bedroom, com completely
pletely completely furnished, hot water, near
transportation, located, at "El
Cangrejo," available ; at one.
Call 3-4644 ar 3-0741 between
3 p.m.'and 7 p.m.
FOR RENT: Best located one one-room
room one-room furnished apartment. Clean
and independent. 43rd Street
FOR RENT:. Modern two-bed
room apartment with, hot water
rand garage in Ricardo Arias St.
(Campe Alegre). Phono 3-5322
FOR RENT: Furnished, inspect- ',
od, two-bedroom apartment, hat v
water, excellent location, one
couple $80; two couples $110,
82 Via P.orrass Phone Panama
FOR RENTFurnished 2 and t
bedroom apartment an the
main. Call 3-4818 between 7-9
'a.m., 4-6 p.m. V'.v'""':
FOR RENT: Cool, quiet, mag mag-,.
,. mag-,. nificeht view, top floor large 2-
i bedroom' apartment, porch, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, all conveniences. Cangro Cangro-,
, Cangro-, jo. Phone .2-3059, 9 to 12 noon.v
i FOR RENT: Apartment, unfur-
nished, in pleasant surrounding:
liying-dining room, 2 bedroom.
'2 bathrooms, maid's room, ga-
eag. laundry facilities, hot wa-''
- ter installation $90. Boll Vista,
- house 32 44th Street. Phono 3-
0815, '. i ;
rCR rNT; r ,l, J and un un-turnithed
turnithed un-turnithed apartments available.
Contact Alhambra1, Apartment,
10th Street. Phone 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
one-bedroom apartment. Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Row. $75 monthly. Call
' Panama 3-4312 altar 7 p.m.
. FOR RENT : Apartment, living
6 dining room, bedroom, kitch kitchen.
en. kitchen. Via Espana. Phono 3-1209.
FOR RENT: 3 modern apart apart-mehta
mehta apart-mehta in El Cangrejo, Calle A
No. 17: well ventilated, large
porches, living room, dining
room, two bedroom,' bathroom,
kitchen, all screened, -garage,
laundry facilities for each apart-,
ment, with maid' room and bath
1 tame floor, hot water through through-.
. through-. out, water neater furnished. Pan Pan-ama
ama Pan-ama 1-0027.
Two freed Priests -Ordered
Ccmmur.isl China -!
HONG KONG. June 22 (UP.
The Society of Jtsus has ordered
two of its-Priests recently releas
ed from Communist prisons to
leave Red China as soon is pos possible,
sible, possible, it was disclosed today.
The Rev.. John W. Clifford and
the Rev. Thomas L. Phillips, both
of. San t rancisco, have booked pas-,
sage aboard a freighter : leaving
Shanghai next week. They are
scheduled to arrive in Hong Kong
The Catholic Mission Newsletter
disclosed that relatives in the U-
nited States have received letters
from a Franciscan Priest, the Rev.
Fulgence Gross, who also was Im-i
prisoned by the Chinese Coinmu
nists." '' 1
Gross' next of kin is listed as
Franciscan Herbert Schmalz, Chi
cago. Gross, arrested in March, 13 13-52,
52, 13-52, had not been heard from until
last December when relatives re
ceived his first letter; -'"'T1' "
The letter said vaguely that be
had been sentenced to "so and so
manv vears". bv the Rndx. It did
I not give any hurnbers.
The Catholic Newsletter said he
wrote again in February and a
third letter arrived in Anru.-
He mentioned the Rev. Ambrose
Pinger, of Lindsay, Neb.j another
Franciscan vwho was jailed by the
Communists Aug. 5, 1951, and in
dicated the two were able to com
municate in prison.
Gross said both -of them had been
receiving Red Cross packages from
American businessman Charles
Miner, who came out of Commu Communist
nist Communist China recently, will leave, for
home Monday with bis wife via
the Middle East and Europe,: it
was reported today. He expected
to arrive in new York about July
BUFFALO. N.Y.. .Turin fTTi
Dr. Samuel Paul Oapen, lntet lntet-nationally
nationally lntet-nationally known educator and
chancellor of th. TTniversitV rf
Buffalo for 28 vears. died at L 3
'home here todnv fniinD.ini a
lorn illness. He was 78.
Gramlkh'e Santa Ciere Beach
Cottage. Madam convenience,
moderate rate. Pkena Gamboa
6-441. .. J :
Spend your week onda at Rio
Mar, the best bathing boacti in
the Republic, with all conve conveniences.
niences. conveniences. Moderate prices. Tha
new management it anxious to
' servo, yen.
PHILLIPS Oceaaside CettageV
Santa Clara. Bex 435. Belboa.
Phono Paneato 8-1877. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach haute. One mil past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Balboa 1866
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FOR RENT: Famished chalet,
2 bedrooms, living mom, maid'
room. Inquire Oliver' office,
entrance to Pasadena.
FORT RENT: Lovely 2-bedroent
concrete cottage on the Santa
Clara Beach, half mil from San San-'
' San-' ta Clara. Sleep 6. Oeepfroeso
' icebox, gat, etc. $20 week end
or $40 monthly! See Mr. Au
derson at Sea Cliff Acres. ;
FOR RENT: 3 -bedroom chalet,
furnished, ja residential taction.
Maid' mom and bathroom, all
convenience.. Half block from
Golf Club. Phono 2-217S or 3 3-'2709..,
'2709.., 3-'2709.., ,. .,.:...;
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equipped from Jury 4th, Three
bedrooms, two bathrooms, down-
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WANTED TO BUY: Minten
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taucer. Phana Cristobal 32847.
WANTED TO BUY OR RENT:
Dark tpring coat, tixd 20. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Panama 3-3423. i
Two More Painting
Two naint contracts, rallincr
the interior naintinir nf tha riant .1
Clinic in Anrnn anil interim, naint.!
ing pi puuomgs in Balboa and Cris-
iud aismcts, nave oeen awarded
by the Panama Canal to Servicio
BrOUwer and the Tmniral Paint
Company, : ,Vl
The Troniral P a I nt ftmnmv
made a low bid' of $1,447 for the
painting 01 uie interior of the An Ancon
con Ancon Dental Clinic. Twenty .days
win na aiinurr.fi rnr rma mmrir
Servipin Brnnwr mad a hit nf
$1490 on th invitatinn fit naint tha
interiors of nine apartments and
two nouses. The work is to be torn
pleted in 30 days. -
Apartments included in the paint
schedule) are No. 1219-B in Ancon:
Nos. 1857-B, 1523-E, 1524-A, 1531-B
and 1544-A in Balboa: 152-B in
Gamboa; 8122-B in Margarita and
8031-B in Margarita.' ;
The following houses are to be
painted: No. 518 in Ancon and No.
$431 in Los Rios.
3 Patients Burn
To Death In Fire
At Nursing Home
PRINCETON1, N.J., June 22
(Ufi Three women patients
were burned to death today In a
sioo.ooo fire at a nursing borne
cottage "that went up. like an am
munition dump."' 'r ';'v 4
Police said f the Victims were
trapped in a 'cottage containing
eight other women at the Tenacre
Foundation Nursing H 0 m e for
Christian Scientists in n e a r b y
Princeton township. The eight oth
er women escaped.
US, Red China
GENEVA. June 22 (UP) Am
bassadors of the United Stales and
Communist China today held the
Slst meeting of their long series of
stalemated talks aimed at resolv
ing differences in the Far East.
The session lasted just under
two hours and ended with the usual
brief communique saying that U.S
Ambassador U. Alexis Johnson
and Chinese Ambassador Wang
Ping-nan will meet again next
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the lettering on the tire sidewall
will be intact if not, you'll find
it fairly well erased.
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TRIDAT, JIWE 22, 1938
T U -,. 1 W ill r
T.K III Hi CO.
"I know how H is! I was a kid onca myself!"
benate Lobbying woup nears
Opponent Of Natural Gas Bill
and ursed the bill's defeat
a. Tpnt : VthTMtural gasHe identified the employes as
administration's position onvtae,?, tee's he
. t.on was unuer aeu. -;nrjto"were already against.it., v v
told the Senate Lobbying rohbv aeiinst it "o-
, tee, however, that his conversa-t undertook t Mobbj ?,inJl
'.:. jm nn nnarnt penly and aoove noara. f ; :
11UII Willi rviama .v -ri
, results and that ne ma noi regaru
it as lobbying.
' He said he would like to believe
his appointment with Adams had
something to do with President Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's later decision to veto
the bill. But he said he would hesi hesitate";
tate"; hesitate"; to think so.
Hcyke was the first witness a
the special committee questioned
nnnnnantt nf thfl CBS bill in ItS Ul-
' vctigation of lobbying. The com
0! Spain Foreseen
MADRID, June 22 (UP) J- Some
hKiihih in thA SDanisn urn-
vcUgauon oi loooyuiB. .- "?:"-"; TIimoi 0m.
m'itoo upou nnK v heara iroiu wv aumuuu may "."":"- -:-' i
nnnpnis of the vetoed measure. I informed sources said today. f
P- Th2 bil VwM hav exemotedl Tbey speculated that GeoeraUs-
- federal eontroi Mr. aisenuown imm u -i h.
VitbuY vetoed it because of anniversary of the outbreak of the
'arrogant" lobbying for it.
James H. Lee of Detroit, former
chairman of the utility fates com committee
mittee committee for the National Institute
of Municipal Law Officers, testified
. that the institute oio. no -,"! " r-, ; ihich recoe-
eainst the bill. But ne saia niem-.eu ui w, ". .7... hnz
bers were urged to contact senst. nizes the principles of italehood
I m anTloSessmen about it.. He proclaimed by the
s"d tbe organization tried "mere- ia now being expanded nto a na-
point up the issues in the con- Uon.1 movement
Tevke'testified that the gas com-be willing to accept royal pretend pretend-pany'coun
pany'coun pretend-pany'coun U raised about 137,000, er Don Juan ft"
from member companies and spent, Spain, n h thaa J""
' said that two councU em- paring for the day when he wdl
Dlojes, who registered as lobby- have to hand over hi. power to
Fsls in aVcordance with the lawjaomeone else, but at B he .Ullis
contacted senators and their of- an active man in good health.
Civil War and the beginning
Franco'! fcrusade against commu communism."
Franco generally is expected to
announce that he wishes a consti
tutional monarcny to oe esiauiiiu-
840 kcs., Panama Gty
; ; PRESENTS
Today, Friday, June 22
a-3nwhat.' vnnr Favorita (re
, quests taken by pnone
. till 3:00)
5:35 Whafa Your Favorite
6:00 Allen Jackson, Commen-
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Your Dancing Party
6 ;45-M E L A C H R INO MUSI
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater r
7:30 VOA Report from JSA
a:00-Musie By Roth v ; a!
8:30 Short Story Theater
0-UL.VDii Aked For It (re-
, v quests taken by phone
. Tin tiu
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
12:00 Sign Off.
Tomorrow, Saturday, June 23
R-nn!ian rrn Alarm Clocl
, Club (requests taken
by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Jazz Salon
8:15 The Christophers
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News -9
: 15 Bonjour Mesdames
9:30-As I See It
inm5 Sninn -And Needles (re
quests taaen by pnone
- tin 8:30)
11:05 spins And Needles
ll:30 -Journey Into Space
12:30 New Tune Time
1:15 Serenade In Blue
1:30 Wayne King Serenade
2:00 Old New Orleans
2:15 Rhythm And Reason
2:30 Paris Star Time
3:00 Concert On The Mall
3:30 Music For Saturday
4'flft ITMtitr Rv1pw
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re-
s . quests taaen by pnone
3:35 What's Your. Favorite
. .. (cont'd)
6:00 Guest star
0:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
, REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Manhattan Melodies
6:45 Do It Yourself
7-WlVnA Pnnrt. frnm TTM
8:00 Saturday Night Dancing
8:30 Educating Archie
9:00 Your Hit Parade
9 r31V Rav'l A T.&uirh
10:00 Music Front Hotel 1 pan-
10:30 Owl's Nest (requests
... taen by pnone tnrough
- uuii piugram;
1:00 a.m. Sunday Sign Off
. Off. ,.
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In this picture concluding a contract with Donald Halmaa
' of Halman, S. A. which provides for Magnavox Television
sets for guests of Hotel El Panama. Halman, S. A. are local
distributors for this famous brand of television receivers.
Beginning this week, ruests of El Panama, will be supplied
' with Magnavox in their room upon request.
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Fall In Line Wiih
LONDON." June 22 (UP -Brit
ain's small Communiit Party of officially
ficially officially fell in line last night with
their western comrades in a mild
revolt against the present Soviet
The Communist Party echoed the
sentiments of their French. Italian
and U.S. counterparts and said it
was not enough to attribute the
evil practices in Russia during the
Stalin era solely to one man.
It called for a "profound Marx
ist analysis" of the causes of the
degeneration .in the functioning
oi soviet democracy ana party de democracy'
mocracy' democracy' as outlined recently by
ikita S. Khrushchev'.
What surprised observers was
that the party issued its declara
tion while its new leader, John Gol-I
lan, was in Moscow for talks with!
Soviet party leaders, Goilan re returns
turns returns next week.
The British Communists said the
U.S. State Department version of
Khrushchev's now famous anti-Stalin
speech "must be taken as more
or less authentic." It complained
that Russia had. never issues a
denial or an official version, and
said this "added unnecessary dif
ficulties to the estimation and dis discussion
cussion discussion of the facts."
The British Communists showed
thev wero as confused, by the
Khruschev speech as were the
French and the Italians.
PORK PI-ANT Resembling a giant cactus, odd "growth" lnf
basket is composed of several large pieces of hog skin. Cleaned ;
and fried In deep tat, skins are considered a prime delicacy j
soutb of the border. This vendor in Leon, Mexico, breaks off 1
pieces of the skin, dips them in a hot chile sauce for the cus- 1
tomers. The price just a few pennies a serving.
KITTEN-SITTER These kittens didn't lose their mittens, but
they keep losing their ma. A, hen gallantly steps in to All the
breach and kitten-iit till mealtime, when the skylarking
NEWTON.' la. fUP) Mri.
Leonard R. Partridge and Mrs.
they attended school and both got
married in 1953. On July 6, 1954,
both had baby duaghters in Skiif
Hnnial On Vr f 1QM hnth
again had baby girls id the same
1 ".tTVTir,iirr W.IU Anctria nfflciallV neUtTBl by
reVe the ron curtain" between the two countries. Above,
i ?;?r'',ri-n wldicr. working iit a mine-cleared area, cuts away
?!.? b 'oJd v."! ieSct that Mpaxated Nickelsdorf. Ausina. and
Kcsjeshalom, Hungary. (- '
The besf release in the -,
top of the Giuseppe
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MARIO DEL MONACO
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' CAR-RAZY JOURNEY In Kansas. City. Mo. Aldo Abb Abb-inspects
inspects Abb-inspects the "Turtle Express." a 1928 Pontiac he is dnving from
' his home In Montevideo. Uruguay, to Montevideo City, Minn,
nd other U.S. point. Abir started out on Feb. 14 1954, with
' only 560. The 24-year-old speaks six languages, and plans to
' write a book about his travels through the Americas.
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ATTRACTION fqr tour tourists
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is 18-year-old Jackie
Queen of '56 in the pop-
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DOWN WITH THE A-SUB
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Lt. L. D. Kelly (center) standi behind crewmen as betakes sub on diving maneuvers.
'T X:'V '!teVf V I TfHAT is it like to t
y X ''"''' 1 an under the
, t ,s ' Jf j trip in the world's I
t ". ' ... I atomic powered vehi
k TitHb. I vti Tr the U. S: Navy's sub, N
atomic powered vehicle,
the U. S.' Navy's sub, Nau Nautilus?
tilus? Nautilus? Our reporter who
went along with other
newsmen, says it's just like
sitting in your arm chair
in the living room. The
Nautilus handles as easily
as the family auto, even
when -going through the
depths of the sea. Here
are. some inside photos of
the officers and crew of
the Nautilus as they work
: and relax. The crew mem mem-M
M mem-M bers get a feeling of quiet
and of plenty of moving-
around room. The interior
of the sub is in pastel col col-1
1 col-1 ors. There also are indi-
- vidually-operated air con con-I
I con-I ditiohing units' for each
j bunk, subdued fluorescent
J lighting and a soft drink
I and ice cream machine
j all of this on one of the
deadliest vessels ever built.
I In her first 16 months at
sea, the' Nautilus traveled
' more thanr'37,00O miles
I without i refueling, v The
I vessel can stay submerged
because her. power plant
needs no oxygen. The air
. is fresh and there is not
' Crewmen relax in quarters mora spacious than old. any feeling of compression,
In the crew's mess hall, some of the men watch a TV program (only en the surface).
HERE i COME RED' CLOWNS j-Russia's top clown,
' Popov, tries to induce some kids in London, England,
y into spirit of peaceful co-existence at a Soviet circus.
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NURSERY SCHOOL'S OUTThese baby graduates of the Moose Child City nursery'' V
! school at Mooseheart, 111."; proudly smile for photographer after receiving their di diplomas.
plomas. diplomas. Theyare now entitled to enter kindergarten, but vacation time comes first."
SHE CAN COOK, TOO Besides being a lovely "Mrs. America" of 1957, Mrs. Cleo '
Maletis, 6f Portland, Ore., can turn out a tasty meal. Here she takes some baked ,':
fish put of her gas range. She is touring the nation's women's clubs, home shows. :
FASHIONABLE FLOftlDAN A "parade" of bows down, ?
the front of this Serbin of Florida dress highlights the
, fashion m woVen stripe cotton. The bodice is fitted
with square neckline and skirt is full, and shirred,
A CHAMPION CATCHMrs, Robert Wiggins of Sunapee, N. H., and her husband husband-'
' husband-' land 41)15 l2-Pund. three-ounce lake trout hybrida record for this
: type of fish in thearea. Mrs. Wiggins hooked the fish and her husband pulled it in ' :
FINAL STOP SIGN A New York City priest adminis
ters last rites to tnick driver Sidney Slabo beneath the
wneei or nis vehicle. Slario, unable to stop the truck, BERLIN 5 BE5T BEAUTIES Attired in the traditional costume of the regions they
shouted for youngsters to get out of his path, probably represent, these German beauties kick up their heels in Berlin, Germany, where
; sving their lives. His truck then struck a light pole.' ,they are competing for beauty titles.. Winners of contests will try for "Miss Berlin."
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Mai -Likes Thought Of
inst Nixon; Dixon
CHICAGO. June 22 UPV -Adlai
E. Stevenson" said last night "I
rather like the idea of campaign campaigning
ing campaigning in the fall against Nixon, Dixon
The ; Democratic Presidential;
hopeful's references were to Vice-j
president Richard M. Nixon, the
controversial Dixon-Yates power
contract, and Sen. Everett M. Dixie
en in the general election.
it was Stevenson s first appear
nee since he attended a suburban
Mr. and Mrs. Noel Steinberg o
PeekskUl, New York, announce the
birth of a son on June 14. The ba
ity has been named Mark Edward
Mrs: Sternberg is the fomer NSo-
mi Wukin, daughter of Rabbi and
Mrs. Nathan Witkin, of Balboa,
f .. .' t
' Hamas Leavine
Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Homa of An
eon are leaving June 29 for a tour
of the Scandanavian countries,
Mrs. Tomraie Trevattbao of Key
Biscayne. Florida, has arrived for;
a visit with her brothers and sis-1
ters-in-law, Captain and Mrs. B. A.!fjm to visit France since
New I Products
NEW YORK. (UP) The
clock of tomorrow tells not only
earth time, but time in the uni
verse. At least that s the idea of
a leading manufacturer whose fu-
ture clock tells universe time by
means- of a blue chart revolving
In a plexiglas dome. The chart
dome. : The c.h a r t L simulates
movement of stars around thei
North Star and comes equipped
with diamonds for stars. Two dials
la-hour and 24 hour tell
earth time, -
The; clock; designed for futur futuristic
istic futuristic cars,' also has a "revolution "revolutionary".:
ary".: "revolutionary".: electric movement which
uses 1'lOOth the energy required
by conventional car clocks and
provide 4W per-cent greater ac
curacy.. XHamiltoni Watch Co.,
Lancaster Pa.) U:ri
, TheTunefTi-, new f u-'
. miniature s-
'v man Tias
pa .& a
i at whisks up
a duster spray
for mops and cioths. The sweeper
has nylon bristles encased in an
ivory plastic box. As they roE
across the table cloth they scoop
no crumbs. The spray helps a
c'oth or mop absorb dust. (Fuller
Brush Co., Hartford, Conn.),
At' the beach this summer kids
can use a -new lightweight" skiff
made entirely of plastic. The five five-foot
foot five-foot craft is large enough for two
children yet weighs only 10
pounds. It is propelled by the
youngster who sits on the bottom
and paddles with both hands. In
. apoearance the tew craft is
a file reproduction of a standard
s'iiff. Hull, deck and cockpit are
formed from sheets made of Bake Bake-lite
lite Bake-lite styrene plastic. Inner cham chambers"
bers" chambers" of the skiff are made of
plastic foam. (Plastiform Co.,
A new pocket-size tape recorder
weighs less than three pounds and
comes with a crystal microphone
the size of a postage stamp. The
battery-powered recorder is said
to be a baon to anyone who wants
to get a memo or letter off quick quickly.
ly. quickly. Tape for the recorder comes
in aluminum cartridges the sire
of cigarette, packs. The tape is
reusable because the old record recording
ing recording is erased automatically as a
new one is made. (Mohawk Busi Business
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picnic Sunday and his second since
be won tee California Presidential
primary earJy this mouth,
Meanwhile Sen. Estes Kefawer
charged today that President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower has broken his 151
campaign promises and indicates
that he has bo intention of car
rying out a new. farm policy.
Kefauver said .1 simply can t
believe" that Mr. Eisenhower or
agriculture secretary Ezra T. Ben-
son know what is happening in rur-
Darden and Mr. and Mrs. Curtij
for the next ten days she wiilrprogrim 0 mafce use of farm sur-
LE HAVRE, France, June 22
ClIPl The Communist mavnr of
Soviet boat today because it ar.
rived too early with a load of Rus-
sianrubberneckere., , i
Mayor Rene, Cauce, who rarely
friL". fu "".V" S?.. I! S
Viet liner Pobeda arrived with 7
camera-totina Russian tourists, the
He barely made it. The Pobeda
sian were streaming off the ship
for the boat train to gay Paree
w"en u"ve "i-Sr
landed last month to, start E,
U.. kA triMM II em ai!
ists today. -. :.
The Dort A beacons flew the
French Tricolor, and the Russian
hammer and sickle for the occa-j
sion. The French liner lie de Franc
which works the capitalist runs
to New York sounded its siren,
, -, . o i nl i TU
But it took the n,mton Pobc-,
da (the name means ;victory) a
few minutes to toot a reply. Crew.
men said latpr their own siren naa
gone temporarily out of kiltcr.v ;
KABUL," AfLau! Jan, Jink -(UP)
Minor. eariuquakes yesicr yesicr-day
day yesicr-day plagued rescue operations for
victims of temblors which are re
ported to have killed 2,000 persons
in northern Afghanistan.
- Dispatches from the quake re region
gion region said many roads remained
blocked by landslides, isolating Til Tillages.
lages. Tillages. Communications were c u t
by the quakes which started two
weeks ago, and officials were unable-to
get an accurate estimate
of casualties and damage.
In Monte Carlo
MONTE CARLO.'Monacol June
22 (UP) Prince Rainier of Mona Monaco
co Monaco today personally pardoned one
of three Americans jailed last Feb February
ruary February for trying to break the bank
at Monte Carlo with loaded dice.
Rainier pardoned Jason Lee, 60,
a Korean-born American of Los
Angeles. Lee is the oldest of the
three Americans and has suffered
from a heart condition. ; ; i
No reason was given for royal
leniency, nor was it known wheth whether
er whether Princess Grace the former
Grace Kelly of Philadelphia and
Hollywood had interceded.
Still in jail are Philip Aggie of
Los Angeles and Ralph Shaker of
West Covina, Calif.
al America "or possess the imagi-
nation to solve tne prooiems.
ht roaae the charges in a pre-
"ireJ speech for the iowa cornocil
farm family field day. Benson was
..-o iuc same piauoim.
The Tennessee candidate for the
Dcuh:rauc tresiueniiai nomina nomination
tion nomination told Benson that he had a lot
to icarn about "tne plignt of uie
farmer" but that he naa come to
we right piace.
Xefauver blasted Benson and
his associates in the Eisenhower
Jcabinet" for "the reluctant manner
in wnich tne new 19j6 raruj Act
is beine administered.
- The Eisenhower administration
plans to provide less than half ot
me aia to iarmers inai was mieno
cd bv Consress. Kefauvr said.
tie said "laimers will not get
this aid if the delaying, bungling
nntifio nf thai Briminisiration con-
I Kaf'innr callpH for "crash'1
' Nnnkf-suiMi for the thre lead
ing Democratic presidential con-,
tenders have agreed on a "whis "whistle
tle "whistle stop" campaign for their par party's
ty's party's nominee this fall whoever
This would be In sharp contrast
to .tres went
Eisenhower s cani-
P'8B.. Pns- He. con.s'def'"
M Lc"?p'g .!
i,"' 'I" 7,.
ir"" r5 in
sion to seek a second term
l np I Willi It I Mill: ill alv K v w mM
N y k t t at
Butler called tiie meeting. He
said he leaned
toward a oarn-
g "ffi" chance to
James A. Finnesan for Steven-
mocrats also plan to make maj-
nr nse of radio and television.
He said the party hopes to spend
2 to 2'i million dollars for air
time for the national ticket.. This
it in tin witk GOP spending
plans. ''".v.; V i?t
Asked !f the discussion assumed
lit. X-;n. nrill k.l th.i Ho.
illl XiiKUUUIfCl will vj ....
pubUcan nominee,' Butler replied
Kat Msurnption was made.
He said the identity bt the Re
publican nominee makes no 1 dif difference
ference difference as far as basic Democra Democratic
tic Democratic campaign problems are con concerned.
cerned. concerned. --V;'
Reminded of his prediction that
Mr. Eisenhower will eventually
decline the nomination, Butler
said he believes there is "need for
an earlv reappraisal on his (the
President's) part of his capacity
'o no tne job.
Julio N. (Chichi) Sous Jr.
Julio N. (Chichi Sous Jr.
was recently appointed a mem member
ber member of the commission to
organize Annual Sewing Week
for 1956, to take place thn 2nd
week of October. Mr. Sousa, as
Manager and Partner of Tro-pimatic-Pfaff,
heads all sale
and service activities in the
Republic of Panam and the
Canal Zone for Pfaff. the only
completely automatic sewing
machine sold exclusive now
- thru Philippine Rattan.
SWCTT PICiai mil added U tarry noce brtan a
.tarte treat with Near last overt, to eUctoan?
:. ly GAYNOR MAODOX
NEA Peed and Markets Editor
Eastern cookery is not a myi.
tery. This recipe for Sesame Chick-
in with piquant curry sauce will
prove thai culinary point Eleanor
Foote, who works for the US., gov government,
ernment, government, traveling to many parts
of the world, gave us the recipe.
She ias "revised v the recipe be because
cause because some ingredients are not
available here.-. ; ', .-.
!.-; iC'!',,"f !'
Sesame Chicken With fiquant
Curry Sauce (Makts 4 servings)
'." J r, ''.' -' J r
One-half cup all-purpose- flour,
2 tablespoons sesame seeds, Vt
teaspoon salt,'1 teaspoon pepper.
1 2Vi-pound frying chicken, cut in
serving pieces; egg, beaten; 2
tablesDOons salad 'oil, 1 1Q!6-
ounce can condensea cream oi
chicken soup, 1-3 cup- milk, lu
teaspoons curry powder, Vi cup
coarsely chopped sweet mixed
Combine flour, sesame ? Seeds,'
Our, Responsibility To Home
Is Much Bigger Than Child's
Y -IRS: MURIEL LAV.'RENCS
, v i.
. The.'nink naint which eoveri thn
(op half of the bathroom walls con.!
trasts beautifully with the b 1 u e
tiles that cover its lower half.
I chose the shade with care. To
it, I matched the curtains,, face
cloths and towels. I chose the pink
striped tumbler in its blue enamel;
fixture just as I selected the tooth
brushes under it. Even the pink
wickered hamper beside the wash
basin was my special choice.
When I clean this bathroom, I do
a hangup job on it. I never forget
to scrape the soap dish clean. I al
ways remember to wipe clean the
toothbrushes and fasten the ham
per lid. ?-:- n ---v'.'-ji i'7
.... . ... -i.h--, i i .-.... .i-x
But. when my 14 yearo-W daugh
ter la told to clean the bathroom,
she never does a bang-up job. :
If she remembert to Udv the ca
binet shelves, she's sure to leave
her soiled pillowcase draped over
the open hamper. If she folds the
towels, she forgets to wring out, the
fsce cloths. No matter how I eora
plain,, she seems incapable of do
ine a thorough job on the bath
room.- '-: -'. V,
In the beginning this seems like
evidence of an irresponsible na
ture. I contemplate the dirty win
dow sill she has forgotten to wipe
and envision a life of failure for
this child I.ean't make do things
I see her .' fired bv bosses woo
admire efficiency. I see nusoanas
turning from her with loathing for
her unwashed breakfast dishes. I
see her a beggar and burden on
other people's responsible : nature
for the rest of her life, i ur
So I go to the head of the stairs
and scream. "Come up here, yon
lazy girl! Do you call this bath bathroom
room bathroom finished? Can't you ever do
anything thoroughly? Lome up
here this minute.
The fact that mv dauehter s re
sponsibility isn't equal to mine
scares me to fleam. i
Eqsbr to Dig
Pirjre, safe Klim milk is recommended
bv doctors for babies. It is healthful,
creamy-rich cow's milk! in convenient
powdered form. It's easeb to digest
, ifs the best milk for your
East Curry Sauce
Adds Mew lest To ChkVen"
salt and pepper: mix well. Din
chicken in egg, coat with flour
mixture. Cook in oil until lightly
browned on all sides. Combine re remaining
maining remaining ingredients; : mix -well.
Pour over chicken. Cover and
cook over low heat until chicken
is tender; about 30 minutes.
; Pickle-Apple Relish
(Makes 3 cups relish)
One cup shopped dill pickles, 2
medium - size apples, finely
chopped; 1 large onionj 1 finely
chopped; H teaspoon celery seed,
1 tablesooon nreoared mustard. 2
teaspoons prepared horseradish,
' teaspoon salt, su. cup sugar, newsy Jetter was blamed for' a
3 tablespoons vinegar. v . "shattering experience" by Thorn Thorn-Combine
Combine Thorn-Combine picUes, apples onion, 'a F. Green. He atartedrto read
pimentos, celery, seed, mustard, hi letter as he was leaving the
horsreadish and salt: mix well post office but walked r i a h t
Combine remaining ingredients; i
beat to Doumg. point, rour over
pickle mixture ; mix well. .Cbiu.
A" s while. I get used to It.
Gradually: it dawns on me that her
interest in a clean bathroom- is
naturally less than that of its plan-
ner and owner. So when she leaves
it less- clean that I would. I no
longer make a fool of myself by
I no longer demand that she e-
a home which she has not planned,
chosen or' paid for. If she leaves
a chore undone, f lust go down
stairs and say pleasantly, "When
you go upstairs, please remember
to fasten the bathroom hamper.
Home chores can be agony for
both parents and children tintil we
face reality ana accept tne tact
that our responsibility., for. the
hoipe'they share with us u much,
much Digger-man meirs.
Even though the man on jour
right at dinner Is hard to strike!
up a conversation wun ana tne;
man on your left is easy to taiK
to you should divide your atten atten-tion
tion atten-tion between them. Never ignore
on eof the persons seated beside
you at table.; 1 i
Tour hostess will expect you
te entertain them both.
3St (ASjw.F -yy-
w: .w mm
CHANGING HIS NAME TO HERS
ISN'T APT TO BECOME
It was mighty generous of a cer certain
tain certain Los Angeles bridegroom-to-be
to go to court and change his last
name to that of his fiancee so that
when they married her name
would remain the same.
. The gentleman s. reason for giv giving
ing giving up his own name in favor of
his future bride's was that she had
made hers well-known as a tan-
ranking olficer in the Army Nurse
But it isn't likely this modern
switch will catch on. And for a
verv good and sound reason.
When a man and woman marrv
it doesn't matter who she was as
a Miss., As a Mrs. her job is to
help her husband make his name
stand for something.
it sne is wuiinc to take his name
it is because she is proud to wear'
it and because sbe believes that
it is a name she will be even more
proud to war as the years go by.
In fact, this taking" a man's
name is so important in the femi-
nine mud that most girls, as soon
as they get interested in a young'
man, start writina "Mrs." in front;
of his name just to see how it
looks. ,: . i
Iff Traditional '
Of course, a lirl may have triad
out a lot of names on paper before
she actually chames her name-
but that only goes to show how
romantic she finds the idea : of
some day changing her name at
the altar. : i
It's fine for a man to be so
proud of his bride-to-be and so gen gen-erous
erous gen-erous that he is willing to change
his name to' hers.
But probably most eirls will al
ways like the time-honored -system
best. For most girls look forward;
to the time when a man will aski
them to take his name for life.
MOJAVE, Calif. (UP) A
through a large plate glass win-
w msieaa oi uie aoor. tie sui-
only, a, slight ; cut .on thwmmrmmm'mmmm 1 j
vuE..w:S7.,,: batiibPEpic shoes : S
... .1 i- r -, - 4 ,
' 8 1 r 1 ' vCNm 1
also: ; V -i i
Children, clothing Ss :
Gifts and novelties. Syr Is ' ','
-etc. yy'' l "' 'y
'.' v Ir: "; ; t '7' i ;'::',.';r "-" v'- '. J-
i .1.. f . it t r
Too can hove golden-brown, flulfy-llgbt pan pancakes
cakes pancakes whenever you want them now that Aunt
Jemima pancake mix ) packed in the new her hermetically
metically hermetically sealed tin! In the tin, Aunt Jemima
keeps frtah intkfiniUly. It'a always fur, and
taft to you can keep
"Whatever the occasion Sunday morning breakfasts, holidays,
or "snack times" and especially Oa Fridays and other meatless
days during the year, your whole; family will enjoy a special
treat with Aunt Jemima pancake So quick and easy to make
? ... so appetizing and flufy-light every time!
' Buy a tin of Aunt Jemima paneake mix today help youraelf
w 9 01llf
We like our blouse trim and
tailored . feminine and fanciful.
We like 'em .with (kirts slim,
pleated, full or flaring. W lika
'em for any time of day or
You'll' lika 'em too! Coma
Shapely and narrow or Shapely;
and full ..-lovely
You'll cheer their tiny
prices, too . v
Pick several from our i
I. L. MADURO Jr.
'Members ot fcommercial ;
a supply handy au the tune.
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to GOOD eating!
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iGrey Juan, Embassy,
? Ppstinoyich, Elko
jln 7 Furlong Dash
i Seven apparently well matched Class E import
ed thoroughbreds will dispute a $55Q jpurse over a
distance of seven furlongs, tomorrow afternoon at
the Juan Franco race track. V
J)n paper; th aces shapes up
: as, a veritable puttie with live of
,, the seven scheduled itartcn given
ad almost equal chance of getting
under the wire first -,,
probable mutuels favorites, haw haw-ever,
ever, haw-ever, are Grey Juan and Elko. The
tenner was second to surprise win win-f
f win-f per Hurling Park last week while
; iKo is n-esn from two impressive
i Also satine good support are Pes
tinovich, Escorial and Embassy--!
' : the latter returning from an en-
forced layoff. Outsiders Topocalma
and Empire Magic- complete the
- i list of starters. Topocalma could
easily take it all too. having fin
ished close up in the bunched field
-behind Hurling Park. Empire Ma-
'r tic was a bad last in that race.
'"TTCrey Juan will be ridden by un-
iT"dictble Cnstian Rebolledo.
i ..Tins colt teems to be slowly but
( jvteadily regaining his best form
iii rich caused him to be rated one
' iithe track's best prospects some
JbJmoassy, a reportedly high pric
ed horse that has been plagued by
weak underpinnings, has shown:
flashes of classes when going well.
He .will have the advantage of Ru
ben "Caliche" Vasquez in the sad saddle.
dle. saddle. Vasquez is the hottest rider at
the local oval at present. Embas
sy and Grey Juan will race at
ven weights of 118 pounds.
Leading jockey Alfredo Vasquez
will do the booting aboard Elko
while his brother, apprentice Gil Gilbert)
bert) Gilbert) Vasquei,- gets the assigne-
ment on liehtweighted Escorial.
Segundo Carvajal will ride Pos-
tinovich. Fernando Alvarez will
handle Topocalma's reins and
Magdaieno tiuerrero wiu oe in cm cm-Dire
Dire cm-Dire Magic's saddle.
Ten other races are included on
i the. program. :
Juan Franco Graded Entries
Jockey Wgt COMMENT
1 Race "H-2" Imperttrf 6V4 Ffi.urM $400.00 Peel ClotM 12:45
FIRST RACI OF TNI DOUBLE
1 Two Colours F. Alvarez 115 All dark so far
2 Dev. Club O. Montero 107x Dangerous contender
3 Dixiprlncess V. Castillo 115 Not on recent races
4 Amln Dldi B. Aeuirre 110 Doesn't seem likely
5 Pugilist F. Hidalgo 105 -Could be upsetter
8 Tilama J. Jimenez 107x Nothing in months
7 Sinn Feiner R, Vasquez 115 Should make it here
y HANS REARDON
Years in National Leanua
Written fer MA Service
, QUESTION: A runner from third
base attempts to score on a fly to
the outfield.; The throw beats the
runner and he is tagged out, but
the ball pops from- the catcher's
hands. The pitcher, backing up the
play, grabs the baU before it touch touches
es touches the ground. It the runner still
t eut? Anna Hyer.
1 Answer: One man mutt make
the puttut en a thrown ball. ;
Q. Is there any standard rule
n the turning on of Fights to com
plete the day game? Bob Ryor..
. A.4 It's ui) te the umpire in
i Q. Who are official scorers and
now are they appointed? George
'A. laseball writers are as as-.
. as-. pointed by the league.
S. An outfielder juggles a fly
and another grabs it. Is the
batter outr-Jack Campbell
2t4 Race "H-l" lmw.rt.i-V Ffi.Fur. $400.00 Feel CUie
' SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Quematodos R. Cristlin 118 Regaining top form
2 Little Fool A. Ycaza 112 Should be close up
3 Paquiro R. Vasauez 118 1 Seems "sure thing"
4 Love's Girdle B. Baeza, 105 Would surprise ;,
5 Mrs. Halligan O. Vasquez 110 Lightning doesn't
6 Arpeglo J. Jimenez 105x Ran well in last
7 Klosco O. Miranda 115x Way down in class
8 Don Dani A. Vasquez 115 Looked good winning
9 Lyrical) N. Oustines lOOx-Best early foot
10 Danielo) P. Hidalgo 108 -Hasn't ahown much
Ira Race "H" Native
7 Ffi.Fune $275 00 Peel Cheat 1:45
1 Gnarar G. Alfaro 117 Jockev will nelo
3 Papa Rorra R. Vasquez 117 Should make it here
3 I Dancer A. Gonzalez 105 Would oav off
4 Tilin Tilln A. Vergara 115x-Rates fair chance
5 Sirena B. Baeza 105 Has strong finish ;
8 Enrlqueta A. Jordan 117x Rider only handicap
4th, Race "I" Importee
7 Fj..Fune $375.00 Feel Cletet
1 Henry Lee L. Gutierrei S7x Showing imnrovement
ziom Kiomna U. Montero loox Kan weU in return
3 G. Buzzer
4 R. Emblem
5 Must Be
6 S. Windsor
7 New Look
J. Phillips 107 Has shown nothing
k. u. uii no Long overdue v
G. Vasquez lOOx Ran well in last
A. Gonzalez 102 Usually unpredictable
A. Ycaza 112 Returns from layoff
S. Carvajal 112x -Could make it here
5A Raee6" Natives 4 Vi Fgi.Fune $275.00 Feel Cletet 2:55
1 Polletito A VaaniiM IIS Knt
2-7Chanit O. Miranda 107x Seems impossible
ouciry iime a. xcaza lis Kasy win last
7 Kittv '
8 D. Barbara
F. Alvarez 110 Will fisht it out
A. Reyes R. 103x Must go lower
' B. Baeza 113 In fight to finish
R. Visquez 113 Improving steadily
v V, Castillo 114 -Good recent races
th Rce -"H-l" Import. V4 Fit.Fur.. $400.00
, FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Feel Cletet 1:35
GEORGE BARBIER, pitcher
outflelder-flrst- baseman, is
quiet and deep thinking, fig figures
ures figures the batters well and was
the backbone of the runners runners-ud
ud runners-ud Palomas in the Fastlich
League during the season Just
past. At pttcning ne was an
iron man. wlnnine 27 and los
ing but 7. Quite the opposite
or most nitcners. George is a
powerful hitter and turned in
battlnr average of .462 to
lead the league. He throws and
1 ) m
VsLiUtiimMiMaiM. t. V
4 i n 'i -
Brx through th heat
; in thlr airy comfort
2 Te Gano
3 Oro Purito
8 B. Blade n :
7th Race "H-2n-
G. Vasquez !, 97x Longshot specialist.
B. Baeza 103 Could be upsetter
G. Cruz 110 Nothing recently
- V. Ortega 118 Form indicates
J. Phillips 105 Rates good chance
J. Gongora 108 Would pay off
J. Jimenez 105x Usually close up ; v
G. Montero 105x Not against these
' A. Vasquez 110 Ran well in return
R. Vasquez 115 -Will fight it out
mS&Zfl-'MU 500.00 -i-Feol Cletet 4:05
MV( W 1MB DOUBLE
I""?181 P- Alvarez 108 -Not m recent form
aP. Be Ga B. Baeza 103 -J-Excellent ffnrt li.t
s-iemipleno, a Carvajal 102x-Aonarent in-tiiHwiiiUr
R. Vasquez 115 Reportedly ready
A. Vasquez 120 Ready to pay off
J. Jimenez 105x Distance handicaps -G.
Vasquez 102x-Rates fair chance
A. Vergara 112x-Should make it here
3 Rio Negro
3 (B. Mate
8th Race FV Natn
' VuVni'eIa $"5 0 C,,Mi
1- Fllon "u
5 Bull Flea
7 Blue Moon
R. L'Gll 113 -Nothing to indicate
R. Vasquez 115 Form indicates
J. Avila 118 Returns from layoff
G. Vasquez 103x Good early speed x
H. Gustines 97x Would surprise
G. Montero 107x Should improve
A. Ycaza 113 -Better each time but
A. Vasquez 113 Could be runnerup
9h Race "fiB Imported 7 Fdi.Fi.ru UKbtM i i"
4- JSoft Note
A. Vergara 112 -Rales good chance
F. Alvarez 113 Looked good in last
S. Carvajal 112x-Returns from layoff ;
, J. Gongora 115 Belongs in Class "I" i
G. Sanchez 118 Hard to beat here
A. Vasquez 110 Ran well in last -L.
Gutierrez HOx Not with this rider
F. Hidalgo 113 -Could be the winner
V. Castillo 120 -Returns in good shape
1 0th Race 'TV Impertee'
3 urev Juan
7 Ft.Faite $550.00 Feel Cletet 5:40
R. V&squez 118 Reportedly sharp
F. Alvarez 115 -Could score at price
R. Cristlin 118 Horse.to beat here',
A. Vasquez 113 Was never better
8 Emp -Magic M. Guerrero 103 Not off last
7 PpstlnovjcH S. Carvajal 107x -Could take it ill
Cuddy Picks American League
To Regain Some Lost Prestige
In July 10 All-Star Game
SWIM STARS Cleorge, Slaughter; Georg Cottori; TOm Dugaii
and Helen George who each, hdld-ut A.A.U. Jpnlor Olympic
championship are. entered in the coming Fourtn of July wlm''.
mlng meet .at -Gatun Pool for Atlantic aide youngsters;
By STEVE SNIDEiV.-f r .mshei .chapionf,it.' just' m a y
..Z'i' o come out at Wimbledon."' V ; ;
!EW YORK, June 22 (tJpyZBil-i't - -i.i ":
iy laiDerc. ever- an. ODUm st
beading. for Wimbledon wilh vhWh
nupes oi, uiscovermg some, tennis
piayers -wno can win back the Da
vis Cup for us in December,"
."We don't have any -sidil"
one, or our uos wui blossom sud
denly in international comoetition
ana want w et mere to help; if
ua uuct.. .i -, -,
'". 1 ". , j
America's' Wimbleden eenfln-.
gent however definitely is a the,
.weak 'le th yrtt ti Talbert
voncetacs he 11 f.vl a 14 better if,
ne can persuade a- couple of eld
pals te rejoin the Davis Cap
team, i ney are hick Bavitt et
HonstoH, Tex.; and Budge Pahy,
a Ciliforaiaa whe nnck preiers
"I've talked teriouslv with Sv-I
m already," said Talbert on the
eve of his night to London Thurs
day. "He had a -lot of business
problems that may of may not be
worked out. And I'll try to per
suade Patty aetin. The more, men
we nave, the better the competi competition
tion competition among ourselves and the bet better
ter better our chances of winning.'.'
If he had to pick, a team -right
now' it probably would be He'rbie
Flam of Beverly Hills, Califs Ham
Richardson, the Rhodes : scholar
from Baton Kouge, La:v and Vic
beixas, tne oiq campaigner, out of
Philadelphia. 1 -V; t
"Let's face tts said the candid
capUin. "We just don't have the
top man we need to win up a cou couple
ple couple of sure points in the tingles.
But we have some youngsters over
there: who- may hay, the stuff .If
any has the extra something that
Best ef the eirrent vrasMctx
.abroad, are SjmayGiajamalva
of .Houstea, farry- MacKay (
Daytoa; Ohie,'aid Roaaie ttoU
berg ef Brooklyn Allen Morris'
ef Atlanta, it, another, thengh a
''Maybe one of them will come
thlugh'.llke;Tony Travert-did on
nu nrst ;tnp over there, vs aid
Talbert hopefully.': ,i
Regardless of how the American
team shapes -up, it'll have- a' rough
tussle wresting the. cup from Aus
tralia s Utvt. Hoad and Ken Hose
wall - v ,. ..
VWe might even have more trou.
ble'than we can handle before we
reach the challenge round.'.' aid
Talbert. '"Nothing .is .certain- this
year.- ; s
The Aussies. howevr. are the ul
timate goal and Billy isn't being
fooled by Road's occasional .de .defeats
feats .defeats abroad by comparative un
"Head has lapses at unexpect unexpected
ed unexpected moments maybe because he
hash't the concentration to car car-:ry,
:ry, car-:ry, ever a. long tenrnament -ear
everal tournaments. But for ene
er tw days,- as in the Davis
Cap; he car be great," Talbert
said. l :' -. .'"I ; :
' Flam. Talbert said, may be that
type of player., "He has beaten all
the good ones at one time or anoth
er, even Frame hedgman i tew
years back.' '
"Sometimes when things are as
dark as they ar now, surprising
things, happen because of the pres-i
sure,"' said Bily, "I'm hoping we
V"r JACK. CUDDY
NEW YORK.'Jnn arP.Tk.
I V V -M. UV-
American League should beat the
nauonal Circuit handily on July
10 in the annual All-Star Game at!
wasmngton-s Griffith Stadium and
thereby regain some of the nrf.
ue iv iosi in recent world Series
ana : mid-summer classics.
Natitnal Leaguers chertle ever
the. fact they've wen the last
twe Werld Series and five ef the
latt six All-Star Garnet. They're
confident they'll- win, again at
Wathinnten, but it aayt here
they're due fer a rude turorii.
It appears the junior circuit has
'caugnt up" to the National and
will field a team auoerior in Ditch
ing and equal at least in power,
speed and defense.. The American
forces do not have the competitive
oaiance oi ueauonai Leaguers,
but their trn .star r mitrh
tor the Nationals'- again. -The
spectacular rise of the Yan
kees.' Mickey Mantle at baseball's
number tne distance hitter is. an
obvious factor; particularly when
one recalls that several of the Na
tional's key stars are slipping,
They : include Stan.' Musial. Roy
Campanella,- Alvin Dark and Pitch
ers Robin Roberts and Warren
Spahn., .. '.',
Meanwhile, Yegi Berra la haw
Ing hit ireatett eeatM, Ted Wil Williams
liams Williams it atfll erevod and Harvey
Kuwm is perhaps the best -in-fielder
In the lame today.
Looking at the fading' National
stars; one finds that Roberts who
started five of the last six All-
Star classics for -the N:L. is sad
dled with a-e-ft record this year
tad. possibly may: not even be se-j
lected for the squad, bpahn also
is under. .500. Musial no longer is
the crasher" of old. Campanella
is struggling to keep his. average
above .200, and Dark has lost a vi vital
tal vital ttep in the infield.
. The pitchers meat likely te
work for the N.L. are the P
ratet' Beb Friend, Breeklyn4
- Den N ewe em be and St. L aula
Vintga Bend Mixed. Clem. La
bine, Breeklyn relief apeclalitt,
appears the next beat bet.
can rise to the heights this time,
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UfiW'YORK; June 22 (UP)
The chancellor of UCLA has
traded e--,"11!'nta with the
Pacific: Coast conference Com
missioner about payments to
wianceiior Kaymona Alien
touched off the newest storm
f&tb a statement saying that
none of UCLA athletic staff was
involved in recent charges of ex
cessive payments to athletes,
The school drew a heavy penalty-in
May. .; j -1
Following Allen's statement,
the conference commissioner's
office released a summary of the
evidence on which UCLA was
penaliztd.' That summary said
school officials admitted that all
members of the -football coach
ing staff have known for years
about the activities of the boost booster
er booster club that gave aid to play players.
ers. players. The renort went on to say
the football officials at UCLA
cooperated with the booster
clubs by referring players to the
club for financial aid above the
Following that blast,' Allen
issued a clarifying statement In
that one, tne UCLA head said
his prlglnal statement had caus
ed mlssunderstandtng. Alien
said: "The main point I was try trying
ing trying to make was that the staff
has nbt been so involved In al
leged athletic violations as to
warrant dismissal." 4
In another development, ath athletic
letic athletic director Al Masters at Stan Stanford
ford Stanford caVs he has found what he
calls some "minor violations" of
the conference athletic code.
But, Masters ssys that a thor thorough
ough thorough investigation has failed to
turn tin uny evidence of a slush
fund at Stanford.
39 Events On Tc?
Fer All::!:c Sii3
1 .I":-' .'
' Entry" blanks are now available
for the Atlantic Side Fourth of
July Swim Meet to. be held at 9
ajn. at Gatun PooL Thev may be
had at your local gymnasium or
at rjatun pool. All entry blanks
must be mailed or presented to
Gatun Pool on or before Jnly l
to be valid.
The swimming- meet wh'ch
will be sponsored by the Gatun
Civic Council, Elks Lodge No.
1542 and the Department of
Physical Education and Recrea Recreation
tion Recreation Is the largest for Atlantic
Side .youngsters.. The nroeram
will Include 39 events for girls
and boys from the ages of 8
Medals will be awarded 1st,
2nd and 3rd place winners of
each event. In addition, two
beautiful trophies will be award awarded
ed awarded to the outstanding boy and
girl swimmer of the day. Awards
are now on display at Gatun
Clubhouse and will be displayed
at Cristobal and Margarita prior
w juiy uv,
The meet Is open to all stu students
dents students attending U.S. schools who
are U.S. citizens residing on the
Atlantic Side. -
Ages as of July 4th will govern
eligibility for all group events
and a contestant may particl-.
pate hi only three events in his
own age group.
NEW YORK, June 22-OJP)-Don
Cardwell, a 20-year-old
right hander from Winston-Sa
lem, ; N.C., is giving the Miami
Marlins, last In the Internation International
al International League a month ago, just
the boost they needed. t
The six-four hurler fashioned
bis-eighth win of the year a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst only one defeat Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night. setting down the
league-eading Montreal Royals.
7-3, for his club's third straleht
win and its sixth In; the Jast
Novak and Mickey Micelott
highlighted a six-run Tally that
proved more than enough for
the Marlins. The victory boosted
Miami, now a solid third In the
standings, to within three games
of second and six of first
Homers bv Ray Noble and Pav
Pilarclk v carried the Columbus
Jets to a 8-3 victory over the
Buffalo Bisons. Bill Renna's
ninth innin? homer ixave tha
Richmond Virginians a come,
f rom-behlnd 5-4, win over the
Rochester Red Wtngs, and pat
Scantlcbury and Rudy Mlnatcin
combined to hold the Toronto
Maple Leafs to five hits for a
4-3 victory for the Havana Sugar
Kings. -' i
Juan Franco Tips
By LUIS ROMER
1 Sinn Feiner 4 ,,
4 Royal Emblem
8 Reflector -'
7 Bos'an'a Mate
II Grey Juan
11 De Brgido
NEW YORK, June 22 UP)
Fight manager Ike Bernstein
has great things planned for his
boy, Bob Satterfleld.
The heavyweight won impres impressively
sively impressively over Johnny Summerlin.
the sixth-ranked contender,
weanesaay mgnt m Chicago.
And Bernstein claims that makes
Satterfield a logical contender
for either the heavyweight titia
or the light-heavy crown.
Bernstein says "We'll fight
anybody. If they wont give us a
chance in that heavyweight eli elimination,
mination, elimination, we'll claim the light
Petite heavyweight title."
have you heard
) ; GODOY
i Nightcap on-the-house
'George also plays the piano s
'10 pjn. 2 a.m. Sun Tues Wed. Thurs.
piano bass and drum
to entertain the late crowd -every
Friday and Saturday
midnite to 4:30 hjxu in the
tlr-conditloned Balboa Bar.
TZi paxama A.:::r.:cAX an ixrrrrxrrrr daiiy mspapes
facz Eirn. 1
7TT IT 7
'em to lemrvi
Slumping Backstop Blasts
2 Roundtrippers, Drives
In Six Buns In Slugfest
; By CARL LUNDQUIST I ;
NEW YORK, Jiine 22 (UP) This is the closest
National Leasee race of the century and the Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn Dodgers ought to feel mighty good about that
today because they were the pennant winners back
jn 1947 and in 1920 when the closest races up to now
, were staged. .; -' : :
rThe Dodger, ought to, be feel-'
ing great any bow, even Ji-W"
didn't have precedent on their
'aide. For they won what was by
all odds their most Important
. .am of tha tfAlnn ISSt night
-.t... mtM4 nvi four runs
in the ninth to subdue the cocky)
Cardinals, 9-8, as Roy Campar,-
ella blasted nis secona wire,
run homer of the fame.
The victory put Brooaiyn ww
in halt m game of the W W
A V W V aT W W
TaixVane victory binge t;.Wl6 Herb WNOm-A bjgjg J W m W;
.began when Fred Haney replac-hind also turned in a two-hitter.l. c"ruo 0Ul Ior UDI
Charley Grimm as manager.ago got the wtaning.
, Bat what made the crowd
. roar in Brooklyn was an old old-timt
timt old-timt demonstration of Kwer
by old-timer Campanella, who
' had been demoted to eighth
. anot in the battinr order.
"Maybe we can make him mad
-and he'll get hot like he did last
year," said manager Walter Al
ston. Campy baa no aireci an answer
swer answer for that except to say that
.When vou've been oarang as
lousy as I have been, you're
lucky if they keep you in the
lineup I guess I Just finally ran
out of 'outs' and hit a couple."
Before Rov's second homer
thin looked bad for Brooklyn
Thpr were two out and Stan
Umial had nut St Louis in
front. -5. with his second horn'
er, also a thrte-run job. Campy
teed off on right-hander Murry
nir.kson. who had come in ex-
nrMiv to nitch to him and that
tied th count at 8-8. A walk to
Sandy Amoros, Junior Gilliam's
single and a game winning blow
by Don Zimmer broke it up.
It was established earlier In
the night by the National League:
in Cincinnati, mat no otner race
In this century had been any
closer on June 21. On the two
occasions that had been closest
1 previously,- the Dodgers ratea
second, av game behind the first
place Boston Braves on June 22
in 1947. The Giants were third
li games out oft the lead and
the Cubs fourth, two pames off.
In '1920-'Cincinnati led on June
22 and Brooklyn was second by
1. The cubs and Cards were
tied for third, two games back.
k Today, Milwaukee leads by a
' half game. Brooklyn fc second
J'ist a half game in front of
Cincinnati and St. 'Louis is
fourth 14 games off the pace.
'Pittsburgh is two games off In
fifth..' : !v.,s..r.
The Braves, definitely to be
reckoned with. won for the
- YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Buffalo 001 011 000-3 7 1
Columbus J; 032 110 OOx 7 12 1
Hahn, Froats (3). Coleman
(7 and Tcmpkinson; Kume and
Noble. WP: Kume; LP: Hahn.
HRs: Noble; pilarcik, Easter. -,
000 101 010-.3 7 ; 2
000 061 00x-7 11 1
Harris, Mlckena (5), Nishlta
(8 and Roseboro; Cardwell and
Niarhos. WP: Cardwell: IP:
Harris. HRs: Novak, Micelotta.
000 102 01X-4
i D Johnson, Hetki (6 and Sa Sa-watskl;
watskl; Sa-watskl; Scantlebury, Mlnarcln
(9) and Dotterel WP: Scantle Scantle-"
" Scantle-" bury; LP: D. Johnson. HRr Go Go-oat
oat Go-oat Rochester
000 400 000-4
200 000 012-5 11
R. Blaylock and Rand; Cere.
Ehino, Nardella (4). Coates (7)
tarr (9) and Watlington. WP:
Starr; LP: R. Blaylock. HRs:
ftrarth time in a row' it pittr-1
hnrV aa norma n'Pnnnall rirnva
in four runs with a double anl
too xlneles and Del Rine eontrib
uted two doubles. Bill Bruton
hit a homer. Bob Buhl's eight
hit victor? was his seventh
In the American League, lefty
Jack Harshman was th ship-
Ing star with a one-hit 1-0 vic
tory for the White Sox over the
'orioles in which loser Connie
juanw PI! "ili1:!' aHit into double' play for
3ihii nh SzKSSL
SSefSl ffi SS dffil
him home. Harshman pitchci
hitless bail -until Gu Triandcs
led Off "Witn a Seventh inning
, Tha Athletics drubbed the
Senators, 15-8, in a bat battle
at Kansas City In which Vie
Power made three hits-' and
Gas Zernlal and Joe DeMaes
tri hit homers for the winner.
Harmon KlU'ebrew hit a grand
slam homer for Washington. 1
Cleveland topped Boston 5-0
on Early wynn'j four-hitter nd
it marked the first time in more
than a year the Indians were
r,' iirt "u" "f'X.:;
subdued them seven time brA7..n7MLrZZZ?i
row. Two or Boston' hits were,
ounts by Jim Plersall and an another
other another a wrong field sinele by Ted
Williams, hitting against a de
fensive shift. 7 fii fii-The
The fii-The Chicaed at New York Na.
tlonal League game Was rained
out and there were no .othe-
YESTERDAL'S STAR Roy
Campanella of the podgers,
who had gone 4 for 40 and was
batting1 only .207, bat who
blasted two homers and -drove
In six runs in a 9-8 victory
over tne cardinals.
In The Hajcrs
(Based on 125 official at bats)
Mayer and Club g ab h pet
Long, Pitts." 86 205 88 70 .3'1
Boyer. St. L.' 59 234 44 79 .33
Clemente, Pitts 49 160 23 53 .8' t
Musial, St. L. 59 220 36 71 Jlf3
Moon, St. L. 57 201 38 85 -8J3
AMERICAN LEAGUE fl:. 7
Mantle, N. Y. 60 229 62 87 -380
48 154 37 57 510
Berra, N. Y.
46 166 17 5R .Sfl
51 196 35 65 .3:2
Mantle, Yanks i. ........ 27
Sievers, Senators ........ 17
Berra, Yanks ............ 17
Long, Pirates ............ 17
Wertz, Indians ..........
Runs batted in
Simpson, Athletics .......
Lopez, Athletics ......... 47
McDougald Yanks 44
Yost. Senators .......... 44
Sievers, Senators ........ 44
Mantle, Yanks .-.
(Based on I
W L Pet
Lawrence, Redlegs 8 0
Pieree, Wnite Sox ...10 2
Freeman, Rediegt .... 5 1
Labine, Dodgers .... 5 1
Brewer, Red Sox i... 9 2
your every day drinV with
Ab R H Fo
4 13 4
Bruton cf ..,
Thomson If '.
Rice c ...........
Logan ss ...
Mantuia ss .......
39 ,7 13 27 ,8
E. O'Brien i
i i nomas .0
J. O'Brien 2b
Kline p i
8 27 12
v f Score By InnJngs
Pittsburgh ; ; ; r I 000, 002 000-2
: V ." "t.
SUMMARY 4- Errors:
Virdon. Walla, Doubles: O'Con
nell. Rice 2 Matthews. Trlplei:
Aaron, Thomson, Rjce, Virdon.
Home runs:- Bruton.: Double-
play: Adcock (unassisted), Ac-
cock to Loean to Adcock. E. O'.
Brien to J. O'Brien to Long. Left
on base: Milwaukee 10, Pitts
burgh 6; Bases on balls: Buhl 2.
Kline 2. Munaer 2. M?Mahan 1.
Struck -out bv: Buhl 2. Kline 1,
McMahan 3. Hits off Kline 7 in
. Munger 4 in 2. McMahan 2 in
- ivr,, iT ;V ; ",
wuui -ea a-o. iv--.a-s v-v.
Kell 3b ..(.....,,
Triandos lb ......
Smith e .. ........
Pyburn ct .., e,
Miranda is .......
Johnson p .......
uverinli p ........
0 1; C
1 8 C
28 0 1 24 2
ruA .u ,,,,,
Hatfield 3b1-...... 3 0:01 '5
Mossi e ........... 3 0 0 6. C
Aparicio ss ....... 3 0 0 1 4
Harsnman p .... 8 0 0 0
1 27 13
a Grounded for. Johnson
000 000 000 0
100 000 00x 1
' SUMMARY Errors; Trlan-
flos, Aparlclo. RBI: Fox. Douw
uica. rux, xnanaos: ewien- Das
e:, Rivera, Hatfield. Double
plays: Hatfield to Fox to Dropo
Left on base: Biltimore 5. Chi
cago 5. Bases on balls: Harsh-
man 4, Johnson 3 Struck out by:
Harshman 4, Johnson 7. Hits off :
Johnson 1-7, Zuverink 0-2). Runs
and earned runs Johnson 1-1
Hit by pitch: Zuverink hit Fox.
WP; Harshman (4-4), LP: John
son (2-4). ;
i. .,1 TURF,
'-The pride of the West
"Swaps," shooting for the 1956
handicap division title haa
drawn top weight of 130 pounds
for the' $50,000 added Inglewood
Handicap at Hollywood Park on
Saturday. The race is at a mile
and one 16th, for which Swaps
holds the world record of one
minute, 40 and two fifth seconds.
' -; .v rowing r,
The United States ... Olympic
Kowing committee nas announc announced'
ed' announced' a schedule of trials in seven
events for which American rep representatives
resentatives representatives will be chosen on
June 29 and 30th. Preliminaries
for the final Olympic rowing
trials will be held June 28 at
BACARDI, Anejo, or Corta de
Home Run Barrage Due To Big,
Stronger Present Day Player
Fourteen meet records and a
world' records-fell bv the way-
side last weekend at Los Angeles
Memorial "Coliseum as the best1
n t.hp Armv Wave Air '. FnrrBiV.17 and Math las WOU the dd
C and Marine thin'clads met forjcatblon easily with 7,193 PoinU
m invci-oerTicB utt miiu 11cm
C CoDDlne eisht first daces. Ar
C my won handily with a total or
91 points, 42 more than the
Air Force, led by double winner
Parry QTBrien, could muster.
(Navy iinunea xnira witn vj'fi
and the Marines wound up with
Biggest nose of the meet
was provided by O'Brien, who
rf, Grid's record-
' .breaking heave of 614- In the
7:ho pul. overshadow'ng bis
own mark by three inches,
,' ... . unn.j i,. in.
; inn .Tnn nt t.h rmo trTii1
in a aazznng periormance 1 1
the 400-meter run, streaking tha
I distance in 417 to beat out the
Air Force's Jim Lea, who. finish-
d three-tentns of a secona
back. Jones repeated his 1955
Pan American Games victory
over Lea and equalled the fast-
. 1 1 B 1 1 1 1 11..
est ume ior uae aisiance in uic
United States. He was three
tenths off his own world mark.
The Array's ; -Torn Courtney
and Lon Spurrier of the Air
Force finished In 46.7. and 46-9
respectively, to round out-what
was believed to be the fastest
four-man finish in an American
metric quarter, i
Tm bin Marines, wes santee
and Bob Mathias, came through
Kobbe Swimmers Cop Second
Straight PAAF Swimming
Fort Kobbe's swimmers, paced
by freestylist Bill Dieteriy- and
diver Bill- Matthies, .Wednesday j
nignt stood on me cnaiienge oi
strone Army Atlantic and m
Post teams to cop their second
straight PAAF swimming and
diving championship at the Fort
?, Clayton pooL
Although collecting but three
first places, the winners p'.acea
high enough often enough to
compile a total oi 4U points as
aeainst Armv Atlantic's 30 and
the TrooDers' .27.;. Fort Clayton.
with a one-man teamArnoid
Benjamin picked up one third
place win lor one point, v
Dieteriy, from Hq and He.
Co, earned two first place a a-wards
wards a-wards in the 200 and 400-meter
freestyles. The 8616th DU'a
MatthJes scored 190.1- potnU
off the three-meter board to
win the diving event. Pieter Pieter-;
; Pieter-; ly's time tn the 200 was 2:59.6,
in the 490, 1:34.8. ; :f;m-
1 Members of the winning team,
In addition to Dieteriy and Mat
thies. were Bob .Bridge, "A" CAJ
Olen Shepard and pete weuer
of "G" Co., Angel Fernandez,
John Harris, Larry Klrvan and
Dave Stuart, Hq and Hq CO.,
Lewis Sims, "C" Co., and Hugh
Brady, Hq., 1st Battalion.
' Tri-Post's Ron waytalak and
Army Atlantic's Al Higtfns also
were double winners, waytalak,
holder of the New York State In-
tercolleelaU backstroke record
surged through his specialty, the
100. in 1:12.4. and took the 200
meter breaststroke in 3:29.2. The
7406th AU's Higfrlns, last year's
100-meter butterfly champ witn
a ume vii., poaicu a i.m.
to take that event again, then
went on to win tne 4uu-meer in-;
aiviauai meoiey swim in :3 J.u.tKirwan. Bridge. Dieteriy. Fer-
Waytalak, of the 744M AU ai
Amador, also anchored the,
Troopers' inning team in theillo De Jesus). i
800-meter freestyle relay, oth-
ers on the team which wen in
12:25-5 were Lt.'Col. R. W. Gai'j
rett. Post Commander of For
Amador. Bill Hutton of th Am
.dor detachment of 7461st Sig
Oro in High Ball, Ginger Ale
- r a v.
Santee loped home
d .he?2 hll ?S"
nearly 15 vards ahead of the Ar-
ray's Art Dalzell in the 1,500-me.
tcr run. setting a meet record of.
uuiuu(u iuireuii ui uw;
of the ten events,
In the 110-sneter hurdles,
Navy's Jack Davis barely edj edj-d
d edj-d out Charles Pratt of the Ar Army,
my, Army, though both were docket!
in 13.8, another new mark, and
Army's Rod Richard, another
Pan-Am Games champ, raced
to a new record of 21 seconds
fiat in the 200-meter dash.
Courtney racked up another
standard in the 800-meter run
The former Fordham star was
clocked in 1:47.1. Martin Engel
of the Army threw, the hammtr
189'5Va" Albert Cantello of Mr
rines tossed tne javeun cwvi
George Mattos of the Air Force
pole vaulted 14'7V4", Josh 1 Cu
hrnth nf tha Marlnaa ran ttti
400-meier nuraies in 01.0,. wo
ir Force's Walter Boehm tool
the 5,000-meter run in 14:351
and the Army's Kenneth Reiser
won the 3,000-meter steeolechase
in 9:20.1 for meet records.
in the 100-meter dash trials,' Martin now a coach for the
Thane Baker of the Air Force Chicago Cubs was asked how
was clocked in 10.3 seconds, a it felt being back in the majors
meet record, but then injurediffter many years as a mlnor mlnor-hls
hls mlnor-hls leg and could not compete in '"Sue manager. He chuckled-
the finals, won by the Army's
Murchlson in 10.4.
tta broad jump was taken by
Army's John Bennett, who leap
ed 25'lft", the high Jump by the
Navy's M. 8ml th with W
effort and the triathlon by
Knupple of the Marines with 2,'
nal and Willard Smith of the
1442nd AU,at Quarry Heights,
Higiins was av member of
Army Atlantic's first : place
, winner in the 400-meter med medley
ley medley relay with a tame of 8:48.8.
Othen were Jay Sharp of the
7406th, John Bayroth of Dq
and Hq Co 3rd Battalion, and
James Haas of the 7406th.
The only other event, the 100
meter free style, saw Amador's
Hutton, who holds a Detroit hlgn
school record for this distance,'
win in j:iu.b.
. 400-meter freestyle 1. Die Dieteriy,
teriy, Dieteriy, Kobbe, 6:34.3; 2. Bridge
Kobbe; 3. Garrett, Tri-Post.
100-Meter butterfly -.1. Hlg Hlg-gins
gins Hlg-gins AA, 1:55.2; 2. Brady, Kob.
be; 3. Benjamin, Clayton..
100-meter freestyle 1, Hut
ton. Tri-Post, 1:10.8; 2. Haas,
AA; 3. (No winner : due to dis disqualifications).
qualifications). disqualifications). .....
100-meter backstroke i
Waytalak, Tri-Post, ,1:134; 2
Sims, Kobbe; 3. Frank Plckard,
Tri-Post (7441st AU, Amador).
200-meter freestyle 1. Die-'
terly, Kobbe, 2:59.6; 2. Hutton
Tri-Post; 3. John Jenkins, AA
(60th Army Band). ;
200-meter breaststroke 1
Waytalak, Tri-Post, 3:29 2; 2.
Bayroth, AA; 3. Weber, Kobbe.
- 400-meter Individual medley
swim 1. Higgins, AA, 7:37-0; 2.
Brady, Kobbe; 3. Kirwan, Kob Kobbe.
be. Kobbe. 400-meter medley relay l.
Army Atlantic (Sharp, Higglm
Bayroth, Haas), 5:48.; 2. Kobbe
(Sims, Weber,' Brady, iShcpard).
3. (No entry).
goo-meter freestyle relay-1
Tri-Post (Garrett Hutton, Smith
waytalak), 12:25.5: 2. Kobbe
nandez): 3. Army A 1 1 antic
(Sharp.-Jenkins. Falex Levy Ju-
. ... .. i
3-meter dive 1 Matthies,
Kobbe, 190.10 points; 2. Bob
Gold, AA (7406th AU), 176.80
points: 3. Stuart. KObbe. 1540
NEW YORK. June 22-(UP)
The manager of the Cincinnati
Redlegs has his own explanation
for the barrage of home runs
Birdie Tebbetts told Russ
Green of United Press it's sim simply
ply simply because the players are get
ung Digger ana stronger, Tne
'skipper of the Redlegs exp
"Kid break in as Little
uer et wcperlenee in tl
liars. At amarlansa In tia ml.
nori and they are better hitters
With mAfa T nnttrAI mKan ihait
Laaai h i.am....m m.uv-tia
added "Sure, there were great
oajj players ul llie Old flays
but there are great players now
The klds of today have the ben ben-erit
erit ben-erit of 100 years of baseball be behind
hind behind them.T'
Pepper MarUn Is another vet veteran
eran veteran who thinks the present
game is superior to baseball in
tne good old days."
The ring-leader of the old St.
'Louis cardinal "Gas Hou.'
Gang" grinned "Maybe some of
my old buddies want to burn me
at the stake for saying this, but
baseball has come a long way
' s"lce my tune. Marun contln
uea -we live better ... the
unuorms are better . the
RDiked Shoc fit Vntii. feat T
uy, ecn piayer naa one uni
lorm, and aftpr a three-week
road trip we looked like folks
from the wrong side of the rail-
I ieei like one sudd-niv
sessed of great wealth." f
aiso m baseball, the Oiants
"lys second baseman Red Scho-
JlHUn.i 111 1 1- .
2 v; fc 4 into tne
starting lineup for the first time
lonicnt. a sore nhnu'dPi- iimit
the former Cardinal in ninh.
nium roies slnca Joinln -the
uiants last Friday ... Funeraj
services were held yesterdav for
Johnny Monroe, who pluv-d for
the Giants In 1921 The week
ui .uiy nintn win b Connie
Mack week in Philadelphia-in
an effort to get support for the
ouuaing oi memorial tc the
iate owner or the A's.
Today Encanto .35 .2Cn
Double Aa -ClnemaScopet
Ai rorace Keliv, In
, )THE SWAN"
Cornel Wilde, in 1
s ''SCARLET COAT"
rMnv- IDEAL .20 70
"PANTHER GIRL OF THE
CONGO" Chaps. 3?4
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EX-BRAVES' CHIEF GOES FISHING-Charlle Grimm, for
mer manager of the Milwaukee Braves, does some flshln
while relaxing at his cottage in Milwaukee. Grimm said he Ji Ji-going
going Ji-going to take five weeks vacation and then seriously consideij
the front office Job that Lou Perinl, Braves' president! "made'
me when I told him I was resigning as manager."
St. Louis .
' TOBAX'S GAMES
Cincinnati at- Brooklyn (N)
Milwaukee at NewtYork (N)
Bt. Louis at Philadelphia (N)
Chicago at Pittsburgh (N) ';
Milwaukee 101 203 0007 13
Pittsburgh 000 002 0002 8
Bum (7-3) ana Rice,
- Kline (6-6), Munger, ,3 McMa
han .ana Fpnes,;
St. Louis 002 002 03L-8 14
Brooklyn 030 011 004-9 15
Wehmeier, Collum, Dickson
(4-7), Konstanty and Smith..
Newcombe.,' Bessent, Labine
Lehman (2-)) and campanella.
Chicago at New York
. Only games schduled."
1 Art v'!
.30 22 .877
. ,31-24 .564
. .31 25 -.554
. .32 27 .542
. .30 26 ..536
. ,23 32 .418
. ,22 32 .415
. ,22 34
4 OR 6
GB.Teams W L Pet CTC
New York ; .'10 ;20 .667
. Chicago .32 22 -593 .8
Cleveland .31 27 i:i4 8
Boston ... .29 20 .500 19
Detroit . . .27 31 .466 12
Baltimore . .28 33 '.mUfy,
Kansas City .- .24 36 .400 16
Washington .26 39 .400 16
New York at Chicago (N)
Boston at Kansas City (NT
Baltimore at Detroit - ''
Washington at Cleveland Vtt)
' YESTERD A Y'TT RESULTS
C Boston 000 000 0000 '' 0
8 tClevelahd 004 100 OOx 5 8 C
Brewer (9-2), Nixon. Kieiyand
White. y , '-'v
i-twyrw (7-41 .and.Hegan.;;.;
Baltimore1 000 000 000-Lo 11 1 1
0 Chicago 1 100 000 00x-l 'T 1
Johnson, (2-4), Zuverink and
, Harshman ,(4-4) and .Moss.
wash. 6io oio 400 t T I
K. City ?40 120 41x 15 1SXC
Stpne (2-3), Pascual, JRirhcs
Santiago (1-2), Harrington.
Shants and Ginsberg.
Only games scheduled."
.Read story cn oazs 1Q
Girls 9, Boys 6
! WASHINGTON. June 22-(UP)
' Southern House members won
av round today in their light to
keep civil rights legislation bot
tled up in tne Kuies uommuuee
when a technicality ruled out
further action until next week.
Committee chairman Howard
W: Smith (D-Va.), a vigorous
nnnonent of the measure, a-
bruutls adjourned a scheduled
Rules Committe hearing be
cause of absence of a quorum.
Rep, William M. Colmer CD CD-Miss.),
Miss.), CD-Miss.), second ranking Democrat
of the rules eroun. raisea tne
point that only five of the 12 12-member
member 12-member group were on hand.
Rep. Edwin E. Willis (D-La., al already
ready already had started to testify.
; Smith hurriedly called off
the meeting and said be would
. not call the roup back into
-session unless the House par parliamentarian
liamentarian parliamentarian ordered him to
, fde so,
-! T have no intention of call call-ins
ins call-ins a meeting," he said. "I did
not start this mess."
The committee rebelled a a-,'galnst
,'galnst a-,'galnst Smith last week and vot vot-ed
ed vot-ed 6-4 to schedule two days of
bearings on the bill.
' Clarence MWchell, Washing-'
ton director of the National
j 'Association for the Advance
i ,'ment of Colored People, charg charg-j'ed
j'ed charg-j'ed in a statement that oppo-
nents are operating with "a
knee to the groin and a mark
i ed deck code of rules."
! Rep. Richard Boiling (D-Mo.)
m hacker of the : bill, insisted
iSmlth had to summon the group
"DacK into session since a near near-'in
'in near-'in had started. 1
J He and four other supporters
immediately drafted a letter to
Smith requesting a special meet-
ftr be held "it the earliest
smith, connrmine rece Dt of
the letter, said that under his
interpretation of the rules, the
majority can force a meeting if
ne does not can one witnin three
Army Relief Fund
Drive Gets Going
Here June 25
, i ?:
: The annual joint Army Emergen
cy Relief and Army Relief Society
r una j campaign drive will be
held from June 25 until July 25.
The objective for the entire Army
is $700,000. -v ,t ;
"An announcement of local chair chairmen
men chairmen of the drive for the Panama
area was made here this week. ;.
At Quarry Heights, 2d Lt O. P.
Keown, Jr., heads the drive. Other
post chairman, chairmen include:
CWO W. R. Creith at Fort Ama Amador:,
dor:, Amador:, Captain F. M. Hunt at Fort
Clayton and Corozal; 1st Lt. R. R.
Dickey at Fort Kobbe; and Lt. Col.
D. H. Carr on the Atlantic side.
Mission chiefs will appoint chair chairmen
men chairmen for the drive.
. A meeting of all post chairmen
will be held at the call of Special
Services chief at Fort Clayton. The
meeting will be announced later.
US Freighter Runs
Aground In Suez,
H!fs All Traffic
' CAIRO, June 22 (UP) The A A-nerican
nerican A-nerican freighter Seastar ran
ground in the Suex Canal three
miles from the port of Sues Venter,
day and closed the vital waterway
to all traffic.
, BALKOA .TIDES
SATURDAY, JUNI 23
Sr!7 a.m. 9:59 a.m.
4:0t .m. 10:22 p.m.
BAKING THE MORALS
of the Ranch Society
... 2 fit M
YAH JOHNSON -JOSEPH COTTEN
sffgaw Hayes y.."I 1 IV 7 V '' C
TRUMAN RECEIVES DEGREE AT OXFORD Frmer Presi President
dent President Harry 5. Truman (right) talks with Oxford University
Vice Chancellor Alick Smith during ceremonies at Oxford, Eng England,
land, England, at which Mr. Truman was awarded an honorary Doctor
of Civil Laws degree. The former President received the de degree
gree degree as Oxford's own "thank you"' for U.S. foreign aid after
Harry Truman's Missouri Humor
; Doesn't Show Cockney Anything
LONDON, June 22-(UP) Har-i
ry Truman's Missouri numr
went over the head of a Cock-I
ney autograph seeker today.
Mr. Truman reluctantly ac
cepted a pad and pencil from
tne man outside tne savoy no note!
te! note! with the remark, "How much
can you get for this today?"
The autograpn seeker seemea
"Honest, Guv'nor, Im not go-
lnL t0 eU itlS mn
I guess he thought I meant
it," Mr. Truman grinned later,
; yesterday Mr. Truman showed
some i "frustrated Republican
politicians" from home how not
to do it by refusing to kiss a
:. "It's unsanitary," Mr. Tru Truman
man Truman explained. "For the baby,
The touring former Chief Exe Executive
cutive Executive spoke to a group of 100
American students on the cam
pus at Oxford University.
some' of the students : stil
were wearing tuxedos from ali-
pight Commencement balls, r-'r
.. "I understand some of you are
frustrated politicians," Mr, Tru Truman
man Truman said. SI hope all the frus frustrated
trated frustrated ones are Republicans."
There was one baby in the
audience. Mr. Truman went to
see it m the time-honored po political
litical political tradition. But he stopped
short of kissing it when asked
to by a photographer.
Mr. Truman received Oxford
Victor Reisel Says Harry Bridges Can Cut
US's Vital San Francisco-Hawaii Lifeline
WASHINGTON, June 22 (UP)
Blinded labor columnist Victor
Riesel has warned Congress that
left-wing union leader. Harry
Bridges has the power to cut this
country's strategic lifeline between
San Francisco and Hawaii, it.
was revealed yesterday, t
The Senate Internal Security
subcommittee made public R i e-
sel's recent interview with subcom-j
mittee counsel Robert Morris in
which Riesel charged that the pow
er of the West Coast longshore longshoremen's
men's longshoremen's boss is a threat to U.S. se
RitMl told Morris that' Bridg Bridget
et Bridget now hat tho influtnct to thut
down tho ports of San Francisco
and Honolulu to tight H would
takt th't Army and Navy to rt rt-open
open rt-open tham.
PRICES: .75 & .40
1:30, 3:35, 5:15, 7:05, 9:05 p.m.
K'JTH ROMAN-JACK CARSON
University's highest award for
wearing a scarlet robe and an
old "doctor's hat," Mr. Truman
became an Oxonian doctor of
civil laws in a colorful and an ancient
cient ancient commencement ceremony
recited in Latin. The program
was held In the 288-year-old
Miss Gladys Elizabeth Ans Ans-combe,
combe, Ans-combe, a philosophy Instructor
' who opposed the award be because
cause because of Mr. Truman's deci decision
sion decision to use the atom bomb in
World War II, applauded po politely
litely politely with the rest of the fa- -culty
when the guest of honor
was introduced in Latin as
Mr, Truman's nomination for
the honorary doctorate was the
only one ever to stir up a con controversy
troversy controversy here.
Two U.S. secretaries of state,
George C. Marshall and Dean
Acheson, previously were nomi nominated
nated nominated for the honor without op opposition.
Mr. Truman by Lord 'Halifax.
honorary president of Oxford
and British ambassador to
Washington during the critical
years of 1940-46.
"Truest of allies," he intoned
In Latin, "direct in your speech
and in your writings and ever
a pattern of simple courage, I
on my own authority and that
of the whole university admit
you to the degree of doctor of
civil hw, honoris causa."
He added that Bridges has tried
to extend his control to cover the
ports on New York and New Or
leans but "has failed." v
He said that if Bridges could ex
tend his power to the East Coast
be a pretty grim pic-
The subcommittee released Sie-
sel's testimony as it opened hear hearings
ings hearings on Communist infiltration of
the waterfront and transportation
Seven witnesses, besides Riesel,
were scheduled to testify. Five
failed to appear for one reason or
another,: mostly because the sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee suddenly shifted the
hearings from New York to Wash
ington. i (
One of the witnesses, former
Communist leader John Lautner,
testified that the Communist party
in 1947 decided to concentrate on
infiltrating waterfront and other
Jeff Kibre, r Washington repre
sentative of Bridges' International
Longshoremen's and : Warehouse Warehousemen's
men's Warehousemen's union refused, because lof
possible self -incrimination, .to say
whether he is-a Communist,
Ulaitl was blinded this tprlnfl
when an tmidontifitd assailant
throw add in hit face. Ho hat
for many ytart fought eommu eommu-nitm
nitm eommu-nitm and racketeering within la labor
bor labor uniont.
Riesel told Morris that Bridges'
umon was a pro &ovjei organiza organization"
tion" organization" with 1,300 waterfront mem
bers in Honolulu alone.
He said Bridges not only can
block the port of Honolulu but can
close down the enure lsiana eco
Ike Ndmes New
WASHINGTON, June 22 (UP)
President Eisenhower yesterday
nominated Vice Adm. Harry D.
Felt to be vice Chief of Nival ft.
Fifteen babies were born in Coco
Solo Hospital during the period end
ing at midnight, June 20, accord according
ing according to the regular hospital report.
During the same period, 107 pa
tients were admitted and 96 were
Babies were born to the follow
me- American citizens: Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Evans, of DeLesseps.
son; and Mrs. uennie Beaty,
of Ft. Davis, daughter; AT-c and
Mrs. Richard Allen of Coco. Solo,
daughter; PFC and Mrs. Robert
Young, of Coco Solito, daughter;
Pvt. and Mrs. Johnny Crumoton.
of Colon, son; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
Wood, of Margarita, son; BMC and
Mrs! Edward Fedors. of Coco So
lo, daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Gregory, of Guuck Hts., daughter;
and bgt. and Mrs. Francis StadeJ
man, of Coco Solito, daughter.
Babies were born to the follow.
ing Panamanian citizens: Mr. and
Mrs. Eleuteno Galves. of Mindi.
son; Mr. and Mrs. Eulalio Sosa, of
Mindi, son; Mr. and Mrs. Ernesto
Cole, of Colon, daughter: Mr, and,
Mrs. Federico Chambers, of Colon.
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Lemesio
Smith, of Colon, daughter; and
Mrs. and Mrs. Vivian Smith, of Co
Red Parly Workers
May Have Benefits
Of Social Security
WASHINGTON. June 22 (UP1
A social security Administration of
ficial ruled today that a person
may not be denied social security
benefits because he worked for
the Amencan Communist Party,
ine ruling was handed down by
Peter J. Hoeeen. a referee of the
Social Security Administration's ap
peals Council. The ruling was
made in cases involving seven
Communist Party employes whose
eligibility for social security bene
fits had been challenged.
The Bureau of Old Age and
Survivors Insurance held last year
that the Communist Party is an
arm of a foreign government. It
said service performed for the par
ty was service performed in the
employ of a foreign government.
Therefore, It said, such employ
ment could not be used as a basis
for payment of social security be
nefits. The Social Security Act ex
cludes from coverage services per
formed in the employ of a foreign
The Bureau's' decision was has
ed on an opinion by; the general
counsel of the Department of
Health, Education and Welfare,
Some of the individuals involved
asked for a review of their cases,
Hoegen heard the cases in New
York May 14-16.
nomy" by calling a strike of agri agricultural
cultural agricultural workers.
: He said the Bridges union has be
gun to take In Federal government
workers and "it is now Quite pos-
sioie tnat ne wui have the same
influence in government offices
that he has amongst the waterfront
and plantation rank an,d file."
4:49 1:50 1:51 p.m.
OF THOSE KANSAS
Let the people
31it IEAR , PANAMA, R. P. ntlDAT. JtlNlt M. use
. ' ' : rirx czars
Ut Issuing False Statements
NEW YORK,. June 22 (UP)
yjQv. Avereu narriman charged to-
uay idm rresiaent Eisenhower and
bis Administration have "created
a psychological disarmament
mong free people" through "clear "clearly
ly "clearly false", statements that Russia is
weak and peacefully inclined.
' Harrimaa, an active candidate
for the democratic presidential no nomination,
mination, nomination, spoke before a lunch of
editors and publishers of New York.
foreign language press at the Ov
erseas rress uub
He charged that the President's
recent statement on neutrality, fol followed
lowed followed by a different expression by
Secretary of State John Foster Dul Dulles,
les, Dulles, "played right into" the hands
of the Russians who have been try
ing to oreaK up U.S. military al
"The so-called 'spirit of Gene Geneva
va Geneva to which President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower himself contributed when
he credited the Kremlin leaders
with a desire for peace no less
earnest than our own created a
psychological disarmament a a-mong
mong a-mong free people. Defense efforts
were slackened and the ties of
Record Posted By
Ft. Clayton Units;
Complete returns of the month of
May show that from among those
eligible to reenlist at Fort Clayton
a solid 15 per cent have done so.
me complete total is 23 re-ups
put of 153 eligibles.
Leading the other units percent
agewise was IAGS (7402) Which
chalked a smashing 75 per centVith
three out of tour signing on again.
Right on the heels of the IAGS u-
nit was O Battery of the 764th AAA
an with five out of seven eligible
reenlisting to give the Battery a
resounding 71 per cent
Next in order came, the 534th
MP Co. Things can't be too tough
in the MP's with two out of three
going again for a 67 per cent. These
three units gave Fort Clayton three
of the top four unit percentages on
Other outfits showing up well
were Battery of the 764tn:
504th AAAOD; Transportation (74-
66); all of which had one out of
two eligibles reeniisung tor so per
cent In addition, records were
compiled by the 536th Engineer
Platoon where two out of five sign signed
ed signed again for 40 per cent and Hq
Battery of the 65th AAA Gp which
achieved a good 37 percent with
three out of eight -Heading
the Clayton re-enlistment
program is Maj. E. M. Ford, postj
re-enlistment officer, who is as-'
sisted by SFC James O. Conway of
Hq. BUy, 65th AAA tip.
1:15, 1:10, 5:05, 7:00, 1:55 p.m.
' V jL
f VA )T!OC!
- joatral s ? X
know the truth and the
, NATO were loosened. This,- of
course, is precisely what the
Kremlin wants and has been aim aiming
ing aiming at," Harrimaa said.
' Harriman said the dissemination
of facts both at home and abroad
is increasingly important "because
oi tne confusion that reigns in the
Eisenhower Administration.' Presi President
dent President Eisenhower says one thin? tine
aay, and uuiic? says something
quite different the next Much of
Salesman Wins Bel
By Selling NY-LA
Aulo Trip Record
LOS ANGELES, June 22 (UP)
An auto salesman and his wife
won a 50 cent bet yesterday by
setting a transcontinental auto trip
record of 60 hours -and 12 minutes
on a drive from New York to Los
The couple. Tom and Lucy Clark.
of Richmond, Va., promptly turn turned
ed turned their French Renault 4CV a a-round
round a-round and headed back for New
York in an effort to add the round-
trip record to their laurels.-.
The Clarks averaged 48.8 miles
per hour over the 2,938.8 mile
trip. The trip was timed and su
pervised by the National Associa Association
tion Association for Stockcar Auto Racing,
which stipulates that aspirants for
the record must stay within legal
speeds. Execessive speeds result
The previous one way record
was established in 1933 by E. G.
(Cannonball) Baker, of Daytona
Beach, Fla., who took 38 mmutes
longer to make the trip.
I1? kknt driven in
MKnivMl in enthugiastic welcome
that keot them here 20 minutes
longer than they had intended to
Stay.", -..'-vJ: vj
The couple take turns at th
wheel of their car and live on pea
nut butter and jelly sanwiches, cof
fee, soft drinks and cold canned
soun. Mrs. uara saia mey werej
standing up "pretty well" physical
ly 'despite the stram. ;
Clark said their greatest prob.
lem was. traffic. He said it was
particularly troublesome in Ohio.
But he said the most exasperating
experience was running out of gas
in the Mojave Desert in Arizona.
But- they found a service station
nearby and actually lost little
time, he said. v
The Clarks hope to reach New
York on the return trip by 10 a.m. j
tomorrow, viars: saia nu-uuBiuai
plan was to average between 41 xo
50 miles per hour. The top speed
of their car is 72 miles per hour.
Famed British Poet
Waiter De La Marc
Dies AlAseOi 83
LONDON, June 22 (UP) Wal-
ter de la Mare, British poet and
novelist, died here today at the
age of 83 after a brief illness.
nn of the best-loved English
poets. de la Mare was frequently
ranked with Coleridge and Blake
for the beauty and mysticism of his
He earned laurels as a c n 1 1-
4ren's poet His "Told Agam" and
"Stuff ana Nonsense were im immensely
mensely immensely popular with children. i
He also wrote "Stories from the
Bible" and 'IPoems for Children."
De La Mare's first work, "Songs
of Childhood", was published in
ion under the nseudonvm of "Wal
ter Ramal," an anagram of part
of his aurname.
His first novel was published two
years later. r .
His last work, "A Beginning and
Other Sories," was published last
New Stamp Exhibit
On Display In CZ
Another of a series of stamp exhi
bits sponsored by the Caribbean!
Stamp Club is now on display in a !.
case at tne entrance to the Civu
Affairs Building on GaillaM High Highway.
way. Highway. :;. . -j
The present exhibit was prepar.
ed by Elmer S. Smith of Ancon. It
includes the following first day
covers and stamps:
Commemorative issues from Mo Monaco,
naco, Monaco, issued in honor of the wed wedding
ding wedding of movie star Grace Kelly and
Prince Rainier III; eommemora eommemora-tives
tives eommemora-tives from the Fifth International
Philatelic Exhibition from the U-i
nited States and Monaco; first day!
covers from the Netherlands; first
day covers from Canada: and first
country is $afe" Abraham Uneoln,
jthe iniorraatun from this Adminis
tration is cicariy false, as hen
uy ieu us mat we JBjremi:n is
working from weakness, when eve-
Ilcel Jlriie Looms
, iw YORK, June 22 (UP)
A crippling steel;, strike costing
billions of dollars became a matter
ra grave concern today to Ameri America
ca America s booming economy,
; Both .the steelworkers union and
uie inaustry's leading producers
mapped pians ior a paralysing la labor
bor labor walkout at the end of this
inouuu .. . .
' The joint negotiations which be began
gan began between the union and the
"Biff Three"!! S s..l ntki
nem bteel and Renuhhp stpiin
Pittsburgh last month have be
come hopelessly deadlocked.
apart ort basic
spokesman told the United Press,
; rThere'U be a strike unless the
steel companies retreat from their
demand for a five-year contract,"
a union official warned.
The union yesterday sent in-
sirucnons 10 ail its locals for an
"orderly and peaceful" strike in
the event a new agreement has
not been reached by the 'June 30
strike deadline, .,,,
The major steel companies made
""angement, for banking ..their
Tiirnn raaa ariv mmvr uiaait m th a
vmij uv.no nvvn ui VUG E-
vem;-uxen u 'wo "PPage,
Joint l talks between the union
and the "big three' resumed to today
day today amid f deflated hopes that a
peaceful settlement could be
reacnea oeiore me present con contract
tract contract runs out at midnight on Sat-1
SUNDAY LUX iC
TONIGHT THE LAW
GIVES HIM THIS ;
,.: ,t: f:-
TOMORROW IT TAKES
.CLEO MOORE-JOHfl AGAR
$crita, Broducida &'iSt per HUGO HASS
' aV v
PttlCUU UNIVDt SAl
V1 s CA
that' it fi wcrkinj
Harriman also charged the EU
It ,. nm will
failing to recognii the r ener.
mowly Increased responsiblities
for civil defense.''
.He labeled the Federal" CfVll
Defense Act of 1950 as "obsolete:"
The act leaves the primary re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility of ciyil defense to the
states and communities.
SENTLNCED Rudolpli Diaz,'
12, the youngest pprson to be
tried for murder in Chicago s
history, sits in the courtroom
after being found guilty of in involuntary
voluntary involuntary manslaughter In the
death of his playmate, Antho-'
ny Brown, during a scuffle.'
Diaz was sentenced to 14 years
in th Mlstnrlv nf tho lllinni
State Youth Commission.
- IKTER NATIONAL
perations with the rank of full I
day covers of the new regular seri-1
cs from tne united States,