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PANAMA, R. TUESDAT, JUNE IS, 1951
State Of Siege
REUNION IN ENGLAND Former British Prime Minister Sir
Winston Churchill, and former U. S. President Harry 8. Tru Tru-S
S Tru-S right Si hands as they meet for the first time since
thev 'left their posts of national leadership. They had a
' y ,,ninn t fchartwell. Slrv Winston's country estate. j
v I ... X 1 .. v
Lunch With HST;
LONDON. June 26 (UP) -Form
er president Harry S. Truman had
lunch todiy with Queen Elizabeth,
returning a visit she made to him
at the White House as a Princess
nearly five years, ago. .
' Mr. and Mrs. Trumsn Joined the
Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh
at Buckingham Palace. The Queen
cancelled ad earlier engagement ao
she could meet the Trumans.
I r.iTATF.MALA CITY. June 2
(UPW The government proclaim.
2j .Ti.f. aieee in Guatemala
todav to duell outbreaks by "stu "student!
dent! "student! and'eommunlsta Two tu-
dents and a policeman were killed
in an outbreak last night.
At least 20.. other persons e
heovernment radio thlr mor mor-.nnnimrMl
.nnnimrMl mor-.nnnimrMl the state of siege
end imoosition of press censorship.
On Sunday the gtvornmtm nea
. 'ZlLLuA mast enstitutionb
uaranteet for M d.yt b.eaos
It "Communist plot" t. pre
veke Internal tfssentlen. J
t .... .ink .tnrUntt clashed witn
police ta the heart of the eity only
Kr!v- mm Col: Car os Cas-
EX "i.:." ;.,iditial palace.
Th government cnu uiB young in physical and mental Dt
Aire 84"v" i J
1 r1 n mm n lust-led.
Vnta and, a police man were in
5 NEW POLIO
IN ZONE, R.P.
viva-new casces of polio were
i-annrtri from the Atlantic side
. 1 rr.. ....
thoritiea today, raising the total
nf rniin rases on both sides 01
the Isthmus to at least 30 cases.
Panama canai repwieu repwieu-new
new repwieu-new cases, all from the Atlantic
side, raising the total number or
. in nnraaa Hosnital to nine.
Colon authorities reported iw
new cases today raising the to total
tal total to 24. However, it Is believed
that some of these include the
..... in nnrcraa Hospital. Nine
polio eases are reported to San
to Tomas Mospiw n;i- -seven
of these are from the At
The three new eases In Gor Gor-gas
gas Gor-gas Include a t-7"ld
whose family Uvea at Limon,
the H-month-old son ef a H-;
Air Force eonple residing ai
Coea Solito and a five-year-oW
.The two new cases in Colon
... hntH nniter three Tears of
Earlier, Trumsn said the presh .,, Tm under observation
dency is a "man killing job" that T 7c& wftrd of the Amador
k I HIV W nnl.T I
needs "younger and stronger men.
" But he refused to discuss Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's capability to
serve through another term.
: That is a question only Mr. "Ei "Eisenhower
senhower "Eisenhower can answer, he said.
Truman said the presidency is a
"six-msn job" that requires men
if not necessarily young in
71 v"f rM firmer T'--'' "it
RUSSIAN WELCOME U. 8. Ambassador to the Soviet Union Charles E. Bohlen Is pointing
out something to U. &, A. F. Chief of Staff Oen. Nathan F. Twining, right, during the iat iat-ter's
ter's iat-ter's visit to Moscow for a look at Soviet air .might Twlnlng's 1 counterpart in the Russian
Air Force, Chief Air Marshal Pavel Zhlgarev. left, and Russia's Deputy Defense Minister,
Marshal Ivan 8. Konev. second from left, are shown with them.
' e .oment" in Guatemala was
i masterminded from abroad.
" Carrier FDIl
On 2-Day Visit
1 m.1 Unnn ton aircraft carrier,
rankluT'D. Roosevelt, :amveam
' Balboa tomorrow morning w -.S
lMt visited here in
WashSgton lor an extended over.
B penod,' During thia tima she
'was converted to rank with the
newest in carriers.:' " ;
he jddiessed some 3j0 American
employes of tin U.S. embassy and
met witn Indian rremier jawanar jawanar-lal
lal jawanar-lal Nehru.
He told reporters he (s not im impressed
pressed impressed by reports of rifts between
western Communist parties and
the Kremlin but he said the cur current
rent current criticisms of Soviet leaders by
western Communisti are "an inter interesting
esting interesting procedure' , ;
As to what they mean," he said.
"I'm still from Missouri and I
still hsve to be shown." j
Guerrero Hospital The hospital
I... loan UI BIl "'
iunVfrom Atlantic side military
Meanwhile, two iron iui-js
scheduled to arrive it BiM
from New York July J tot the
Polio Vaccination Board neaaea
h. wr.t T.adv Mrs. DIM Arias.
, Dne of the Iron lungs was
bought by the Panama Red
Cross ana me oixiet vy -cedes
Eleta Pollp rond"on
They were scheduled to be load load-M
M load-M abosrd the trelehter Psrsi-
-'i p.t r-vr-k r'-rt- -v.
Big Chain Stores
Mn Coffee Prices J
NEW VORK,' June (UP) .'r
The Great Atlantic ana racmc
t. r.n nd Safewav Mores, inc..
advanced the retaU prices of their
nrivitit lubrl coffees by three to
. ..nt. nnnnd -vexterdav.
ivui r -
a t p nnntert a four cent In
crease of. all its brands. Safeway
added four cents a pound for its
bag-packed coffees and three cents
for vacuum-pacaea cuun.
2000 -Man Albrook Parade
To Honor President Arias
Plans for the Joint U. S. milita- lion
ry review honoring the President
of the Republic of Panama, Ri Ri-cardo
cardo Ri-cardo Arias E., Saturday morning
at 10 o'clock at Albrook Air Force
Base art nearly complete, a joint
release from the Panamanian bov
ernment and Headquarters. Canb
bean ICommSnd said today. -.
JHre than 2flfl tnhVr 1
' B:.lr' iff as,.1 arr
U.e part ia lue coiuii-1 ceremo
y.1 ;':;;Cv ;. ; c v,''3' ;;:
Aba included will he over St
tanks and tnotor vehicles and
about 25 various type aricraft
from all three services.'
from Headquarters units at
Fort Amador, and one battalion
made up of troops from the vari various
ous various technical services of USARCA-RIB.
To Be Meld Before
. .l ..ma timt
.Kin mvT U)
ft Ion and 182 feet wide.
feli?hm commanded, by Capt
. V Vvird. USN, will be aoca
d a't pier 1 Balboa
La ': Boca ': Boy, 13,; Gels 10 Days,
Suspended, For Attacking Cop
judge John E. Deming this
morning imposed a ten-day sen sentence
tence sentence on a 13-year-old La Boca
boy who attempted to hit a po po-n,..m.n
n,..m.n po-n,..m.n whil he and his brotn-
rMlstinc arrest. last
and will belsunday. '. - ..
a.m. unui P , ( gentence imposed on Lester
wrinnim. for nn vear on con
dition that he does not violate
!ny law in the Canal zone aur-
ing tnat penoa. ;
. v.ctsrriaT wminor imnosea
u-rfv nentenre on fee boy's old
er brother, Arthur, it, but im-
mediately upped It to 30 days
when Arthur threatened to "get'j
the policeman, Samuel Roe Jr,
nna of thes davs. t .
The sentencing 01 tsier ws
deferred until this morning
when his mother created a
scene -In the courtroom, cnar
In Fall From Roof
Of Printing Plant
1 vn Abftio resident employ-
a v fvi rtnimari and Hickman
. contractinR firm broke his right
iir vpsfprdav in a 20-foot fall
from the roof of the Mount Hope
printing plant. ,. ;
Turirrtn Tlanffel. 43. WhO
employed as a painter, alipped
and feU as he stepped from the
. top of a ledder to the roof of the
a. nfnMnir nlftnt. .:V';','?
He was immediately taken to
the Coco Solo Hospital where he
la belne treated for the broken
- leg and a number of minor lac
TW nubile is Invited to attend
the event.' Adequate parking and
seating facilities nave Been arrang arranged.
ed. arranged. Spectators are urged to arrive
at Albrook by :30 a.m. to order
to view the enure ceremony.
Arilimtant'i CsU will ine
troops march on the field is set
for fi:35 a.m. President Arias, ac-1
inmnnied bv LL Gen. William
K. Harrison, commander in chief.
Caribbean Command, wiu arrive
at 10 a.nu
Army troops particlpaung in ine
review inciuae inrea diiuhods
from the 20th Infantry Regiment
at Fort Kobbe, one battalion from
the asth Anti-a i r c jr af t Artillery
Group at Fort Clayton, one oawa-
The Salute battery, which will
fire a 21-gun by the O.ird Anti Antiaircraft
aircraft Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion.
.One company of sailors from the
15' h f,'iv :s'ri,t an,: com company
pany company of Marines from ilia fiin
Barracks, 15th Naval District wijl
represent the Navy nf the review.
Four tauadrons of airmen (a-
bout 480 men) from Albrrok Air
Force Base will also participate.
A joint Army-Air Force band
and led by Air Force Chief War
candy and gunv at the ferry
When Roe caught up with Ar
thur at the La Boca commissary
and attempted to make tha ar
rest. Lester came up irom oe
hind and attacked the police-.
Both boys mad their escape,
Arthur running out of the area
and Lester running to the quar quarters
ters quarters he occupies with bla parents.--
:-'. 'i-S.-'-', v.-.v
Lester armed himself with a
pair of rusty Ice tongs with
which he tried to hit the police
man f v while his grandmother
tried to shield the boy with her
He was taken into custody be before
fore before he could inflict any harm
on Roe. other policemen on du
ty in the area came to the aid
Of their fellow officer." ;
At Balboa police station, Le
trior that her son had been beat ter was released in the custody
en and kicked by the policeman of his father who appeared at
and claiming racial discrunlna-Balboa. Magistrate's Court yes-
tlon. 1 : a ; ; t -: '-: 'terday with both Lester and AT-
The hov ettemnted to use tha thur. Police said Arthur has a
ice tongs on Roe after the pc Ions; record of thefts and other
uceman had chasea Annur, oetty crimeg committea in
whom he -had seen peddling Canal Zone..
Distress US Tars,
Danish Mom Avers
COPENHAGEN, Denmark, June
26 (UP) A Danish mother com-
plained yesterday that 'Visiting A A-merican
merican A-merican sailors had to : ''contem
plate using violence" toward off!
me advances oi teeenage gins (; in
this capital city.
There were no eompiaims rrom
any sailors on record.- ;
But the Danish mother; who ask asked
ed asked that her name not be use d,
wrote to the newspaper Ekstra Ekstra-bladet
bladet Ekstra-bladet that the sailors and mid
shipmen from the battleship Iowa
and its destroyer escort were
driven to desperation because of!
the elrls. ,v..vvV
"I discussed the prowem witn
three young American midshipmen
in my home," she said.
"They were handsome young
men and they did not make a se
cret of the fact that they some,
times contemplated using violence
the in order to be left in peace by our
rant Officer Lloyd Fox Overton will
provide music for the nearly nour-long-ceremony.
The motorized portion or me re
view will be made up of 17 tanks
from Tank Company, 20th Infan-
try, towed anti-aircraft suns and
various other motorized e q u i p-
ment. -. ;". ; ..-.-,( i
The aerial review will feature a
flv-bv of three T-33 Jet aricraft,
three B-26 bombers, two SA-18 aim
nhibious Grummans. and two Mi'
19 helicopters, all U.S. Air Force
aircraft from "Albrook Air Force
The Naval air arm will have
five P5M Marlin patrol bombers
from Coco Solo Naval Station in
the aerial show.
In addition, one L-23, one 1-20,
three L-19's and one H-13 helicop
,ter from Army aviation sections at
Fort Kobbe will take part.
Over-all troop commander' for
the review is Col. Peter S. Peca.
commanding officer, 65th Anti-air-
craft Artmery uroup. v
'Commanders of troops from the
three services are for the Army,
MOSCOW, June 26 (UP) U.S.
Air rorce chief of staff Gen.. Ns
than Twining today saw Russian
scientists test jet engines and
teach the students who will design
new warplanes. He called it the
"best day I've had so far' on hit
;' 6.4 avuiton r lis
fiorn 6 oilier couutries vis...,j the
Zhukovsky air engineering acade academy
my academy and saw jet engines, both in
their final state and in .cutaway
sections. ; ; -i-:"r
They also ssw detailed work be
ing done hi engine fatigue tests
and on aerodynamics problems.'
It appeared to newsmen that the
visiting airmen were receiving con
siderable information about Rus
sia s massive air might both in
then- inspection tours and in infor
mal conversations with Soviet air
Officials. ', ;J ...!;:,.',-
, The visitors were told that all
students at the academy are mili military
tary military officers. Among other, things,
the academy gives a five year
course to aeronautical engineering.
WASHINGTON. June 26 (UP) Th aeneral mm'.
mittee of the council of the Organization of American
States (OAS) agreed today on new dates for ipecal ses sessions
sions sessions of the coutcH in Panama commencing July 18 lb
commemorate the Congress of Panama in conjunctions
with the assembly of the American presidents there. :
y ine new dotes must be approved by the full council
which is expected to do So at a special session tomorrow.
I he council originally had planned to hold its Pan
ama sessions commencing June 22, the date on which the
Congress of Panama convened in 1826 at the convocation
gi jimon ooiivar, ,". Z
It postponed them, however, when, President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's illness led to postponement of the Presidential ai ai-sembly.
sembly. ai-sembly. r
The assembly was re-scheduled yesterday for July2T
and 22.' l
The general committee retained
its full program as originally plan planned,
ned, planned, simply setting new dates for
the events. As co-related with
the presidential a s s e m b 1 y, the
dates now are: N
July 17: Arrival; in Panama of
tne memwrv ihr-counoil.
ouiy 1H. ine -n rt cour
tesy cans on foreifcrt miu.fT Al
berto Boyd and President Ricardo
Arias Kspinosa, separately; holds
it inaugural session; and partici participates
pates participates in other functions.
July 19: Special sessions of the
council and other events.
' July 20: Free for special events,
and during the afternoon the A
merican presidents arrive.
: July 21: The presidents pay i
courtesy call on President Arias,
then meet informally,, and other
To Extend Stay
dent Elsenhower todnv Jntiu.. j
a stay longer than just a week weekend
end weekend at his Gettysburg, Pa., farm,
and celebration of his 40th wed wed-din?
din? wed-din? anniversary Sunday.
1 His ? doctors, report that the
President's recovery from hisji
testinal operation "continues,
very satisfactorily n 4
AEC Bares Jecrcls
On U. S. Uranium
DENVER: June 26 fUPV -The
Atomic Enerzv Commission reveal
ed last night that more than three Urtmn Tnllf
millions tons of ursnium ore is;, VUllie I1UIIIC I Ullv
heinff mined annually in the U-l ...
nited States, ,h.i .-t-, 1 MONTREAL. June 26 (UP)
Jesse C. Johnson, raw materials Seventeen Russians who fled Com Com-....
.... Com-.... n k. Avr revixi the munism to orosoer in Canada
m FrJi.Dt!HtiA Ki production total, hitherto secret, at were on their wsy back to the So So-officer,
officer, So-officer, 2Mb Infantry;-for the Na-, mnA in(,,1)ltn, fr.Viet Union yesterday as a result
His recovery Is1 going so tJfl
that Presidential press secret?
James C. Hagerty., who has H-
.July 22: Solemn session of, thtVirw "cniei
presidenu at which they sign the1"" n he June 0 operate,
"Declaration of Principles," aHd'n?wJJ i Jen? ?nly
other events. ijsy at Walter Reed Army hofj
Thh councU will hold, its fins!.""-
special session at 5 p.m. on July
22 in honor of the American pres
idents, after which the program
will be concluded with a dinner in
the evening given by the visiting
presidents in honor of President A A-rias
rias A-rias and Senora de Arias.
Succumb To Reds'
vy and Marines, t mar. uingmon
E. Bowman, shipping security offi officer,
cer, officer, 15th Naval District; and for
the Air Force,- Col. Edwin M.,
Ramage, commander, 1st Ai r
Rescue Croup. J ; i
- Follwoing the review. Gener General
al General and Mrs.' Harrison will give
a reception for President Arias
and Mrs. Arias at their Qnarry
At the reception will be officials
ifrom Panama, and representa
tives of the diplomatic corps, the
Canal Zone Government and the
US Armed Forces in the Canal
Zone. : TX rr- -Iar
the event of bad- westher,
nnatnnnement of the review Will be
announced by radio, and the pro
gram will be re-scheduled for Mon
day morning at the same times.
Hagertv will return to"
White House for the remali
(half of his working day to catrit
up on stacics of mall and other
ousiness unattended for the pVf
18 days. -a-
Hagerty will continue to issue
two medical bulletins each day
on the president's condition.-.
Mr. Eisenhower expects to3)B
released from the hospital hia
weekend and eO to his GettrS-
burg, pa., farm to convalesces
The final details on the Tip
to the farm have not been an announced,
nounced, announced, except that the Pru Prudent
dent Prudent and Mrs. Elsenhower wHl
drive there' and will stay longer
than Just a weekend. r-
'VOTING PUBLIC DOES HOT WISH JO BE DISTURBED'
Civil Defense" Expert? Scores Politicians Apathy
WASHINGTON, June 2ff (UP) pot tee much stress en Civil De-
a civil Defense expert told con-i tenie.
vMterriav that the Unit- Thev feel, he said, that "IhelUstic missiles by i960.
ed States probably would be reduc- voting public does not want to be. He also urged that Civil Defease
ed to a "chaotic" rubble in the e- disturbed" by being reminded of, chief Val Petersson be made a
vent of an atomic War. He doubted the horrors of atomic war. i- member of President Eisenhower's
lit will tut nM nl nrnttiii the "Thia natinn !' m nniitinn tl, trv in "greater peril than nation-
IneoDle aeainst intercontinental bat' sustain an attack of nuclear weao-l al elected officials and military
it could win such a conflict
Mavor Frank P. Zeidler of Mil'
waukee. chairman of the Civil De
fense committee or me American cuon. v
Municipal Assn., blamed both the, He gave ene ef the grimmest
people and their elected officials reports yet et civilian ooprepar-
for. inadequate Civil Defense, pre edness for atomic-hydrogen war,
Zeidler testified before a House, Cabinet and that Peterson's agency
Government Onerations subcommit stockpile more Hems that would
tee investigating the Civil Defense be urgently needed to cope with e-
Zeidler said the nation's de
fense Is based almost entirely art
the armed forces' ability to del-
He seid many officials believe
it would bo politically unwise to
The mayor recommended thai Ivor on attack with no attention
the government start a -shelter given to "the civilian capacity
construction program now so that te absorb a blow." s (
ons." he said.
"It could be reduced to t chao
tic condition relatively soon which
would be of such magnitude as to
preclude the possibility of the U-
leaders appear to comprehend or
"What is true of these national
elected officials seems to be more
nited SUtea defeating an aggres-true ot state elected, officials, he
He ssid the armed forces pus
sibly could "paralyze" an aggres-1
"A few of the letters of msyors
lri he Indicate that thev wish that Fed'
"helpless teral publicity on the destructive
Criticiiing both Federal and state power of the hydrogen bomb bomb
officials, Zeidler said nejleet of would Be less gruesome, ne saw
Civil Defense has put the ceun-1 "It scares the people into Inaction.
Johnson also revealed the Unit
ed States has known uranium re
serves of more than 30 million tons
ard potential reserves in the pro
ducing areas of another ao miumn
Onlv TA MM Inn i nf uranium were
mined in the United States in 1948,1 f
when the AEC came into being. i
Annual production is now expect. k
ed to reach five million to six mil million
lion million tons.. '
Nine ursnium mills are in oper operation
ation operation now, and three more will be
ready this summer. By 1958,1 this
number may be doubled. ?
"At present, the United Stater is
the free world's leading uranium
producer." Johnson said. "E v e n
with the large expansion now un under
der under way in Canada, and further ex expansion
pansion expansion in South Africa, domestic
production during the next five
years will continue to provide a
large poruon ot our wiai uranium
The former record of ocean-fo-
uig commercial transits of the Pa
nama Canal for one year has al
ready been exceeded this fiscal
year. It was announced Monday at
Balboa Heights. 1
The .om number or transits for
Sunday brought this year's total
up to 8,070. The former record, set
in the .fiscal year 1955. was 1.997
transits. At the average rate of
traffic this month it is expected
that the former record of eommer
cial shipping will be exceeded by
about 200 ocean-going transits.
of a "come home" propaganda
drive by the Reds.
One elderly man said he was
returning because f I've lived in
Canada 20 years, but I'm getting
old now and I wish to see Russia
and my friends before I die."
A .BALBOA TIDES
r WEDNESDAY, JUNI 17
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(:27 am. 12:08 a.eu
6:il p.m. 12:29 p.m.
INDEPENDENSE DAT IN EGYPT A Soviet-supplied Stalin
tank goes on public display for the first time during a parada
In Cairo on the occasion of the country's anniversary of In Independence.
dependence. Independence. Egyptian Premier Nasser watched the display
of tanks, heavy guns and armored cars.
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WELL, WELL, COLONEL BUMP, I SAY
- After a respectful salute In my most military manner to
Cpi. Blimp, I want to deny tne cnarge in me iuss semeuce w.
his letter in The Panama American June 23, that I made 'far 'farcical
cical 'farcical reference" to President Eisenhower illness. He is right
that I had in mind the people who have made farcical state-
menis respecting the Illness or tne president
V. Let me refer again to the statement of Dr. Alman, presi-dtnt-elect
of the American Medical Society, that when the
President has recovered he will be in better physical condition
Ulan any oinis opponents ever nave ucen in u mu
. Drew Pearson pointed out that Dr. Alman had not examined
President Eisenhower, much less any ot his opponents. 'Far-
cictI?" : ., v ;
" President Elsenhower Is the victim of the press agento and
hucksters who want to use his undeniable popularity to keep
the Republican Party in power and bl business in the saddle
In Washington. The Nazi Party did the same thing with Preti Preti-dfent
dfent Preti-dfent General Von Hindenberg in Germany, when the poor oid
man was older than President Eisenhower will be. when, and if.
hR finishes a second term, and certainly he was very sick oid
.nan. Wv'-,tv.V-'i,''-"'v','V -'V' 1
r I'm wondering where Colonel Blimo got the idea that I am
"bitterly opposed to anything smacking of the Republican Par
ty." I'll admit that X do not approve of all Republicans, as
President Eisenhower once said he did, but I am old, Col. Blimp,
so old that I remember the administrations of presidents Hard-ins-
rnnlldffa and PmvM T saw veteran spllinc armies on. tne
New York City streets, and the bread lines and soup kitchens spotlight for the moment wis to
and hundred an hundreds or hungry, nomeiess neoDie. j "" 'b ""u
By VICTOR RIESEL
It takes practice unethical
prscucs to lift naif a million
dollars from union welfare funds
and walk away unpunished. But
that's just what some unsavory
heira of the old Capons mob have
done. Today they are living off
mat money in a lasnion to which
they have been accustomed since
the days when machine gun bul
lets rawed umcago windows more
often than Lake Michigan's wind.
This bundle of currency was tak
en from money intended to protect
the men who toll in the liquor in
dustry and who pay their dues to
a union Known as tne Distillery.
iiectuying, wine and Allied work
ers. This is an outfit the police of
many cities irom Los Angeles to
new xort Keep snarpiy in locus.
I don't Know what rectifying is.
1.... .V.' 1 -3
out uuuiing bum Dcen recuuea in
this case. The Canone boys, led
by Georgie Scalise, were indicted
but were immune from justice on
a legal technicality. So there goes
your oau million ducks, you toil
ers m tne vineyards. -
Under our strange laws, the kick-
baciu and bribes which netted the
half million are technically legal.
So, with some $31,000,000,000 pil
ed up in welfare and pension funds,
you can see why the honey smell
ers of the old and new mobs are
buzzing around. - :
Ws have on hand a Senatorial
documnt which shows all this and
more such as the linking of the
Secretary Treasurer of the Inter
national Laundry. Workers to "the
embezzlement", and the embezzler,
of almost $1,000,000 from the union
These unionists did not even
blush when their financial juggl
ing was disclosed. If you looked
closely you might have noticed
that the Laundry Workers Union,
feelinc no oain or tuilt. decided
that the way to get out of the
Never Had It So Good
WASHINGTON The sudden The Kussians wage ho prop.
decision of new Soviet Foreign agenda; they don't hare r tit
Hi2Uiet vuit Grewe,iAmericans do k for them J
WJierte the keystone of alUed The only thing the Russian!
defenses in the Mediterranean.! hare rtnn. !fi-"
I 1 ,l. a i I --'-""J U1A
Department UA diplomaU know, Greece, such as the entire orange
that Greek-American relations inrf lmnn mn .t,-
have rtidded ;l.rmingly i. the of Chios ind Mvlene Grk
past year, with the result that farmers on these islands, with no
Greece is t fertile field for Rus-
To the American public, the rea reason
son reason for this skid is Cyprus and
market for their nroduce. are ex
That Is the kind of friend!? at-'
tmosphere in which new. Soviet
the fact that Secretary Dulles j Foreign Minister Shepilot will be
made a deal to line up with the. welcomed when he visits a nation
r,U? ..B ntbi' which, under the Truman Doc-
island., Actually the anti-American, trine, was made one of the key
" -While stlU objecting. Col. Blimp graciously .grants me the
rteht to expression of my opinions such as they are. He asks:
"Where is he bound,' what does he seek?" Answering the sec second
ond second part of the question first, really, I'm not seeking anything.
Niw as to the first part, maybe Bcotty Reston's reference to
John Foster Dulles as a "unguided missile" also applies to me.
But, beating Col. Blimp to the draw, I'll admit that "misguided'
would be the better wprd to apply to me. ..
, : r-'.-vsc .:. ?;
. I know people In the Canal Zone and some in Panama who
will vote in the November elections and I envy them. I cannot,
because of long residence outside of the U.S.. For the Informa Information
tion Information of Col. Blimp, nether can I vote in Panama, although I
often refer to myself as "medio Panameflo," as I have ten Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian grandchildren. I think that ought to, but the Consti Constitution
tution Constitution of Panama says it does not, give me the right to vote.
' 'v.. 1 Sii '...J v .. f -:.'-..., .i. ,, ,... i : ,.
f was pleased with Col. Blimp's reference to my "Journal "Journalistic
istic "Journalistic gems": until I read farther and, found the gems were real real-id
id real-id "Yaklty-yak He also deflated me by that reference to ?our
perennial windbag." Now you can make It "deflated windbag,'
Colonel ;Thanks also. Colonel, for the goose egg although I am
anergic f v all klnda.oj eggs, ;; p f'
J Colo i-iimp wonders whether I "am guilty of bad taste
of lust t In empty space twixt -the audio-organs." (That last
wora u tne voionera name lor -ears, wrucn i migni just as a loobhoia
Nice To Knoy
By BOB. RUARK
in Washington two weeks ago per permit
mit permit it to merge with the Cleaners
rinrf nvnrxj ahnnt Whom T irnnw
' . . Is. .1 At. A I HI.. . U
little. But the Laundry workers : u was pieasani w see mat on arouna me irrigation aiicnes ana ooara. soma poor Dum will manage
asked themselves what's in a bis recent visit to this country no- maby spot a native babe. He to sell a wooden, wiggly snake to
name and came up with the body "topped President Sukarno of wants to spend a buck and snap a tourist for a pack of cigarets,
answer nothing compared to the Indonesia, ordered him stripped a picture, and then go back to his and the cop's on him like a duck
millions in welfare and pension and frisked, and suggested at plane or ship with a cheap on a June bug. The cop takes the
funds. machine-gun point that Ms earners sarong, a bad batik, a carved cigarets and smokes them. i
They tried, to kick the whole would look better on me. gunman 'head. That he' wants '.and, no. The Dutch, of course, are leav-j
scandal under the carpet but the, wan on auxarno nimseu. more. : iing Indonesia in swarms, and so
AFL-CIO Executive CouncU had!. It was,.todeed, pleasant that mv r me nrst tning, on shipboard, is, are the Australians, because it
had just about enough. It did not body took a potshot at mm from exchange.. They set an arbitrary gets a httle nerve wracking to
okay the merger. So the Laundry, ambush, for his hide and tallow, rate I forget what and you find a fresh threat fcrawled on
Workers are still : the- Laundry .under the delusion that he was
Workers, in all their stark inglory. Chinese Instead of Indonesian. It
Now for the first time we will was nice that nobody scribbled
learn what price in glory. With mil.hateful signs on his hotel door,
lions Of the citizenry, Including or screamed rude, words at mm
Dwight D. Elsenhower, aroused in irpm tne piane ramp,
bitter and angry resentment over
being pushed around, the AFL-CIO
Executive Council moved against
I thought it chaining of us that
we changed his money at tne legal
those who were unethical even if irate, and if he didn't spend all
well not have for alUni? good they do int.)
i Colonel BlimpV letter shows that he Is familiar with' "bad
-taste." but if I have to enter plea, I think I'll take that
."empty apace." That may explain hy I've never suffered from
headaches Colonel Bflmp. Of course, you'll say that it explains
why I am a Democrat. t.- ;
not i'lpgal. ; ,: l. :
1 ier-'Gaore .'Km-'s irec-
tion, Arthur Goldberg, the Barney
Baruch of American labor, prepar-
less document giving
the Ethical. Practices- Committee
his dollar. would havef allowed
him to change tnem dsck into ru
i I thought it particularly charm
ing that there was not one exchange
rate at the port of entry, then a
hard hitting police power inside! different, legal one! in town, : and
labor. 5 f I then double that in the black mar-
Meany brought the resolution be-lket from every cab driver and gun gun-for
for gun-for th hish, command which totinu cop you met on the street.
then voted to delegate iU own po-j t. Because, you see, that is what;
wers to the committee, thus prac-r would have happened to the in in-tically
tically in-tically amending the AFL-CIO mer-! nocent tourist m Djakarta, for
20th President's Wife
Answer to Previous Puzzle
1 Lucretia M M-.
. M-. Rudolph -Garfleld
I She the
I Her f athei
. ws an
II Social insert
III New Guinea
f port -:
i of neither
23 Number T"T
1 14 Peer Cynt'a
25 Pedal digit'
43 The theater
39 Seed cover
31 Collection of
! 33 Ripped
84 Be borne
'' 33 Sidelong look
8 In addition
7 Female saint
. 3 Greet
II Hops' kilns
li River in
20 Female deer
Lorfj nA,Qa For J
p" 5 5. 5. t eg
Isittiv sn"el 1 1 f j
paTfjy fie? J
2S Poker suke
26 Go by
27 Grafted (her.) 4S Military
28 Midday. assistant
29 Allowance 47 Musical
for waste ,, quality
31 Halt 48 Gaelic
37 Birds of prey 48 Darling
38 Before 51 Blackbird
3t Compass point 52 Insect egg
This meant that the committee
consisting of Dave Dubinsky, of
the Ladies Garment Workers Union,
Jack Potofsky of the Amalgamated
instance. I've been there three
times In the last two years, and
now I JusCdon't go ashore any
more. (M-t --: ? -.
Nobody comes to Djakarta to
steal the country. The average
(men's) Clothing Workers, Joe tourist just want to rubberneck
Curran, leader of the Sailors,
George Harrison of th Hallway
Clerks, and Chairman Al Hayes,
of th Machinists, could now talk
tough to any president of any big
Then Meany assigned them a
staff. He ordered three top-level
analysts and researchers to help
the committee. ; They are Boris
Shiskin, Stanley Ruttenberg and
These are intellectually honest
and tough men when it comes w Andrews In "My Fair Lady" pour-
considerations. Meany also gave, r,... An KiaM" Th rinU.
- arauvvi bm oabhi
must buy vouchers. The rate is your door everv mornins. I was
about two thirds of the legal advised by an Indonesian NOT to
rate. v , accept the kind invitation of anoth-
Tbe black market rate accord- er Indonesian, very highly placed,
Ing to the offers I had is double to have a look at the bush.
the ,legal rate. But it's no use "You have a white face." he said,
dealing with the black market, be- "No man with a tun in the bush
cause even if you don't spend your will bother to inquire whether you
ship acquired vouchers, you can't are Dutch.". ; ; k
turn back your unspent dough An Indonesian of ambassadorial
for Its origninal currency. k You're rank himself deplored the behav behav-stuck.
stuck. behav-stuck. 1 iiar, lior ot his own oew'e to foreipors
. (and to each other, but fee said tliey
It is difficult to spend any money, were too young in democracy to
in Djakarta, because of the con-know any better. -.
stuA interuptlons by the gun-totera. They are not too young to have
Yon are eo busy -dressing and on- five major political parties, of
dressing while they search you-' which the Parte! Komunii Indnesia
and rudely, too that there' little 'is on a near level with the Partei
time to shop. ,; 'r. iNasional Indonesia, against the
One friend of mine, an Auslra- Moslem Masjumi, the Natadul
nan, got stripped xnree times m uiama, and the Partai Sesialis
A I . ( I . . .
iwo noun, ne aiso receivea gun
in front of his nose while the ow owner
ner owner obviously admired his camera.
Peter said he never was much of
a camera fan, anyhow.
The cops on the docks hijack
their own people who are trying to
sell things to the tourists on ship-
I reckon after this piece I'll
never get back into Indonesia
And if you want to know some something,
thing, something, I couldn't ear less. But it
is nice that nobody made President
Sukarno take down his pants to
see 11 he 0 smuggled any guns into
Walter Wincliell In Men Yon;
THJ HIGHLIGHTS OP
Broadway's waterfall billboard
reflecting neon rainbows Julie
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them an attorney, John McCardle
of Al Woll's law firm which is
counsel to the AFL-CIO. If they
need more investigators or lawyers,
they'll set them.
Their first job, will be poring
over the 365 pages of a Senate
probing committee report on high-
style skullduggery in wenare funds.
The first three unions to be analyz
ed will be the Distillery Workers,
e T anndrv Workers and the Al
lied Industrial Workers, formerly
the United Auto Workers of ute old
AFL. "' -:-;.v:T.--:;r
So after long years, the fight
begins. Perhaos those who have
been blind wm now negro to see
iseum's light-gray bricks radiating
I BaAAnTifKf at1faWff ATfAUjai All
UlWUUfjUl tuifi b wna S
ocean meeting a continent at
Coney Island with a burst of
. . The panoramic glide of a enchantment in the night
wnue spnere winging toward
a home-run at the Stadium and
Polo Grounds v. v The countless
dizzy, journeys ot Central Park's
carousel. Our Town's oldest place
01 amusement . Andy, xne
Bronx Zoo's Orang-utan. Playful
and dimple-cute . ..Enormous
cloud mountains pierced by the
Empire State's spire . .. The
hot beat, of the bands at El Mor.
The peppermint-stickjocco , The George Washington
decor of the Hotel Plaza's tricycle
garage ... The soaring majesty
of the Palisades carved by a
titanic glacier . Subways, sup-J
pie and turbulent, engaged in bois-
terious errands . me stray,
impassioned moans of foghorns
span gracefully arching it lum-
uiuua cnarm in ue aarx.
feeling is caused largely by other
factors. ,-' , j
' These other underlying factors
go back first to' the extraterri extraterritorial
torial extraterritorial privileges given U.S troops
and U.S. citizens, under which an
American driver, whether drunk
or sober, knocking down a pedes pedestrian
trian pedestrian in the streets of Athens can cannot
not cannot be tried in a Greek court
Nor can the Greek police arrest
any American no matter how serf,
ous the crime.
- With 5,000 Americans living m
Greece there are bound to be
some who throw their weight
around, and this Immunity from
arrest arouses the resentment of
the Greek people.
Though : extraterritorial rights
were imposed on Japan by Mac Mac-Arthur
Arthur Mac-Arthur and on Germany by Gen General
eral General Eisenhower, they were relin relinquished
quished relinquished after the treaty of peace,
and today Americans .arrested in
those countries must stand trial
under Japanese and German law.
Yet In Greece, a country which
fought on the side of the allies,
the opposite is the case. This Is
one factor responsible for anti anti-Americanism.
Americanism. anti-Americanism. v't;v;
: AMIRICAN. BLACK MARKIT
v! ", .;- : j. ' I
Another Is the American PX's
from which Americans can pur
chase cigarets at 50 cents a car
ton and Scotch wiskv for 31.73 a
bottle, then, in some cases, boot
leg them en the GreeK mareec,
much to the detriment of the shat shattered
tered shattered Greek economy. It's esti estimated
mated estimated that Greek, revenue suffers
about $10,000,000 annually as a re
.Another factor causing resent
ment is the high salaries paid low low-echelon
echelon low-echelon Americans and the man manner
ner manner in which, they, throw their
weight around. i'--.y-.-'..n
The average American stenog.
rapher in Greece gets around
$5,000, -which is charged to the
sum total of 4,Greek aid"! as an
administrative expense, This
amount is three times the salary
of a general in the Greek army.
'American o"""'s a receive
an auu.Uo;ul L-v.1,.3 si.11.seJ to
comnensate 1 them for; t overseas
service, which, plus the benefits
of the PX's, creates a standard
of living comparable to mat or a
tunlor Maharalan. American sten
ographers and detectives, other otherwise
wise otherwise known as investigators, lease
villas, have two or three servants
each, and create an artificial
standard for- local Greek civil
servants. ; -
While American personnel in the
higher echelons are circumspect
and restrained, many of the
American personnel who would be
washing their own dishes at home,
conduct themselves as if they
were lords ot the land in Greece.
::. COST OF GREIK ARMY' J
Final factdr arousing anti-Americanism
is the size of the Greek
armv which eats up between 47
and 52 per cent ot the entire gov-
D ..ft .-..l.J ...1 ..
-,r"uL'..V,r, !C715ffS carpet of flowers. A string of nosy
amid the Hudson', waterv shim-. United Nations edifice . . Tha fUB,s .UW?B veraon, carrot-
mer. A glistening, rolling Vblue. Big .Street's exciUng chaos
m RWvrrn- ihidmva n pht. Mm w iwi h,imin .. ucnanung. la uamn Yankees
ward G. Robinson exnlalninc theiernment budget The United
terror of loneliness in "Middle ot States geU the Name for m thU,
even tnougn a gooa part 01 uie
eost is, absorbed, by tne unuea
The average Greek, however,
does not know this. He also cannot
see why, in these days ot atomic
warfare, his little country should
be obliged to maintain several di divisions
visions divisions of foot soldiers which may
be just as out-of-date as horse
cavalry, A lot of military experts.
Incidentally, are inclined to agree
AD. these tacts make the work
ot the Russians extremely easy.
The beauteous Duchess and her
constant escort, an attentive Man-About-Town.
at the table-for-two
opposite Table 53 in the Stork.
Her features r e m i n d you of
i vanne u unan once caned:
"The Most Beautiful Girl in New
York" by illustrator James Mont
gomery Flasi ". Lanky finean
of sunlight desperately striving to
ongntea wail street's shadowy 1
canyons . Third Avenue's wild
splashed across streets, extending full of life . City Hall's sumptu- ft ptTk., Sffi
their dusky images Roberta ous marble staircase ; .,. Thd mentDiU..'S:,i 5
Sherwood (atthe Copa) spell,' electric quaUty of Paul Muni's eii-Jent-Pttt.d SMLljJSi
binding the late crowd with "Take trance in "Inherit the Wind" . ,,,.k" "Li? 3A JxjT. V
Off Ya Shoes, Baybee, Take Oft The Museum of Art, which exhib-30 "fSj"! Ik',;
Ya Shoes Baybeeee (And Start its 5,000 years of artistic achieve-!'.! JtJSi
Runnin' Thru My Mind)."
ment ,u Lower Manhattan's pin- EST"
aades viewed from the Brook-' MS"'., J
The Museum of Modern Art's r ".r.-' r 7!" "
sculpture garden. An imposing ar- ;, ,kVfr. 'trv. il "wni
rayrf trees, posies and stonTcor- SfeWfSSL?,-' WUI
,J... u.i.,i t o ;.. Success Spoil Rock Hunter?" .
rii;-.- "7uir.."i.ru,a 'The glass-tinkle- and dishlatterl
mrhXV .U of St MoriU sidewalk cafe ...
races at Conservatory Pond in the
tonresses against Kussian pene penetration
tration penetration of the Mediterranean.
. ; ..
' UNIDENTIFIED ACCUSKkf ;
Two hundred and fifty AmerL
can pnsoners-oi-war m Aorea,
some of them with decorations,
are being given the McCarthy
tieatment when it comes to col collecting
lecting collecting compensation for the time
they spent in prison camps. They
are being denied $2.50 per day
because of alleged collaboration.
yet at" the same time are not per
muted to race those accusing
them ot collaboration.
As a result' Congressman Tom
Ashley, Ohio Democrat, and other
congressmen are investigating, th
foreign claims settlement commis commission.
sion. commission. ;, !-;! 1
Typical case is that of Joseph
Hammond of Toledo who holds the
Bronze Star, and Purple Heart,
yet was found ineligible for the
$2,507 which he had coming as a
result of 33 months in a North
'"The commission by, refusing
to authorize the money, implies
that I'm a traitor- to my coun coun-try,",
try,", coun-try,", said Hammond. "It this is
true,' why was I given an honor
able discharge and aU my ac accumulated
cumulated accumulated Army pay?"
."No answer to that question,
gentlemen, none, whatsoever,1
noted Congressman Ashley. "But
in the mind ot everybody who read
that story and of the men work working
ing working alongside ot him, he is a col collaborator."
laborator." collaborator." "I hope equal publicity Is given
M til tlllmAilt A(I hlVA ihiHa
here this morning," commented.
Rep. Charles Wolverton (R., N.J.L
'I want to say that. I believa
the commission should come for forward
ward forward with some answers to these,
questions and let this committee
know," concluded Percy Priest of
Tennessee, chairman of the House
Interstate 'Commerce Committee.
. WASHINGTON PIPELINE
- .. 4 $ 't.
f tma., rs 1 .:ve ". '
make public speeciies ;
especially Postmaster Ge:: i Ar--thur
Summerfield. This is in vio violation
lation violation of the Hatch Act. However,
the postmasters have- been sent a
prepared copy of a speech they
are supposed, to make .
GOP Congressman Orvin B. Fjar
ot Montana conceived a great
Idea for helping college boys make
money this summer but then then-he
he then-he put a hooker in it. He vplun,
teered to help young men get jobs
with the Glacier National Park,
but tent word secretly that all
applicants must be cleared by the
Republican county '' committee.
When this leaked out, National
Parks Director Hillory Tolson de decreed:
creed: decreed: "Applicants are not re required
quired required to submit endorsement of
any kind." ...
BEHIND THE IRON CURTAIN
It's just leaked out that a stu student
dent student rebellion against Communist
brutality is building up in Czech Czechoslovakia
oslovakia Czechoslovakia . students ot the Uni University
versity University of Prague demonstrated
openly in the streets and drew tip
a list of demands for greater
freedom. The demonstration
spread to Bratislava, second most
important Czech city, with Prague
students sending word by bicycle
messengers . .. Rather than stifle
the riots by police action as the
Russians did at Tiflis, the Czech
Communist regime is expected to
elve in and grant mdre, freedom
to the students.
crowned with hush TSSJSS.
park. .... The tuneful joy "of "S."
consuming calories and vitamins
chi-touch Central Park South
at i t m. when you can hear
the gown of silence being rustled
by a flirtatious wind.
: 1 ; j'
"Standing on the Corner" in "The 7 "brow.
Most Hannv Fella" ... BnctafoL Ur eyaOTOWSv
ler Plaxa'a gardens displaying' '. '
petal magic and multi-hued mir.1
acles ... The Rockettes' soarln-r' The Fifth Avenue Library's read.
toes Kicking out a precise pat- ing rooms. Outside is the city's gels" . 57th Street America's
tern for a lilting rhythm. . jroar, here is the whispered music I Rue de La Culture . Edwin
The lonely cavalry of hanson of serenity . A small army of Booth still playing "Hamlet" as
Skiffs curtsying in the East
With twewo ,i iut oiciupera,
stage from balcony aide seats .
Furry waves ot mink-drenched
first-nighters . Nancy Walker's
miscmef-making in "Fallen An
cabs iClip-clopping across pave- tugs patiently nudging a liner into
ments . me uttie Club at port ... Trinity Church's huge
candlelight time for lovers v bronze doors The Havden
T. C. Jones and the large cast Planetarium's theatre in. the aky
of talented entertainers in "Nev leaving witnesses starry eyed
, -. .. MM n 1 .
ntcs at we oarrymore ineaire. . .ine explosive memment ana
V , and ingenious sets, in "No Time
The poignant first-act finale ft for Sergeants". . Lindy's schol schol-"The
"The schol-"The Diary of Anne Frank" . .srs swaoping gags and lies .
n I 1 !.L .1 V. n 1 1
oauj waves uayuig wiui lug sat 1
tery'a sea-wall amidst the con constant
stant constant traffic: liners, tugs, barges
and scows . The toy-like 59th
St. skyline when contrasted with
the- Iwilow-inaHwiisity-oi tbo-skypian
Riverside Drive embroidered with
a long ribbon of park . Sun Sunbeams
beams Sunbeams igniting memorial windows
at The Little Church Around the
Corner. Memorials for famed thes-
-Liberty't glowing Ipapet
a Gramercy Park statue . Sun Sunlight
light Sunlight Igniting a purple bonfire in
the stained-glass windows ef
Grant's Tomb . The extraordin extraordinary
ary extraordinary harmony of Radio City's build buildings.
ings. buildings. They were staggered both
as to height and location in order1
to shade once another as little as
possible ... Washington Square's
gracious relics of a fading past
Pre-Civil War mansions .. The
stillness ot Grant Central Depot
during the wee hours when youj
can hear the crackle of a news-!
V 0 0
a 1 1 a
tji a a.
I know that breaking; our eng;axement will b hard for
you at first, but in a year or two you'll hey.
- pay anenuon:
TIES DAT, JTXE 26, 133J
.THE PANAMA AMERICA A!t JNDEPCNCENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
NEW TWIST IN ART A very real Parisian femme puzzle
-over a very abstract statue7 of a nude in Paris, France. The
Utoe, which could pass as "Miss Pretzel of 1956," Is one of the
exhibits at the 40th annual Decoration Artists' show.
New Orleans Times-Picayune
Assesses British Out posts
North Dakota's Non-Pa rtisa n League
Junks Long Tradition, Goes Democratic
BISMARCK, N.D., June 26 'candidates on the Democratic
(UP) North Dakota's famed
Non-Partisan League ended 4C
years of tradition in the state's
primary today by putting all its
By OSWALD JACOB!
Writtea for NEA Service
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SOUTH (D) -'
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Seuth West Nertk Eut
1 v-, Pass 'Psss
2 ."Pass:1, JN.T, Past,
i Psss 1 4 .: P'
4 4 Psss t Pass ',;P
Opening lead 4 S frli
It's no trick to defeat four
spades in today's hand when you;terday, "that nothing will occur
Withdrawal -of Non-Partisat
candidates from the Republican
primary removed virtually all
contests from -today's balloting.
Until this "year, primary battles
for OOP Dominations overshad overshadowed
owed overshadowed the fall general elections
In staunchly Republican 'North
Dakota. t- -. 1 ;- ;
The Non-partisan shift Vwas
expected to result in light or Av Average
erage Average voting, chief Interest cen
tered in the lone major contest
the Republican nomination for
Competing for, the right to
campaign for governor were
State- Sen. John E. Davis and
former Lt Gov. Ray Schnell
Gov. Norman Brunsdale: has
announced he will retire at the
end of his third term Jan. 1
- Old-line Democrats accepted
the Non-Partlsan League's slate
as their own, thereby averung
any major primary (lghts for.
place on the fall ticsetv
1 Not all learners trooped will
injly lnta. the. Democra tie
camp, however. VS. Rep. Ush Usher
er Usher Burdfck refused to follow
hit fact'on even though' his
son, Qnentln, Is the League League-Democrat
Democrat League-Democrat endorsee for .the
United State Senate. S
Meanwhile Sen. EstesKefau-
ver hasn't riven Tin hopes; of
capturing Tennessee's Demo
cratic convention delegates de
spite Gov. Frank a.1 Clement's
endorsement of AdlaiI,.Steven-
, Kefauver nlans to attend the
Tennessee Democtatic conven
tion in Nashville Thursday to
round up support
It is my nope,- ne
prestige at the Indiana Demo
erttic convention today.
The 1923 delegates met to
olck their party's candidates for
die U.S. Senate, governorship
uid other state officers. There
were hot races for many of the
Tti it1rat. alen nw mnct
i of the Democrats who will cast
Indiana's 28 votes at the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic national convention In
Chicago next August
The Hoosier .. delegation Is
pledged to Kefauver on the first
national convention c-auoc be because
cause because of the Tennessean's unop unopposed
posed unopposed Victory in the. Indiana
Presidential nrlmarv. : .
1 But a survey of chosen and
prospective delegates Indicated
that most of them favored Stev Stevenson,
enson, Stevenson, former governor of neitfj
boring Illinois, for the Preslden
tlal nomination, r
Butler, a South Bend attor
ney, was a key figure in the
jockeying for the senatorial and
: H had alreadv come nut in
favor-of Claude Wlckard, the
agriculture secretary under ex ex-President
President ex-President Truman, for tha in.
atorial nomination. And he wa?
considered to be a backer of
Hugh Dillln for the governor
Shin sDOt on thn ballot
Butler oulcklv raised, nniwt Inns
i i. i
isuuui. n siana, nowever, as he
busied himself In Dre-conwn-
tion- huddles vesterdav nrf last
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the importance of British bam
round Hi world appeared recent recently
ly recently in th New Orleans Timet-
, SIewim.l-V;,;.,.-'s.;.;:-'' r'!-"-.-;'-
Britain has clamped down firm-)
ly on colonial independence move move-mpnt
mpnt move-mpnt whre fliev Would denrive
the Commonwealth of important mi
uiary' Dases. xnai nas nappeuea
with respect to Cyprus,' Singapore
ahd Aden, and what would happen
if lenaration movements were to
start in the rown colonies of Gi-
hrsltar,; Malts and Hong nong.
Fnrnicrn 5rrptnr Selwvn LlOVd
virogorusly reaffirmed the govern
ment policy a lew nays ago w me
accompaniment of scattered Labor
Party criticism.. ; 5 ' -.
The firmness on the strategic
ase .-' -' v 'l -he reirins to the
p! in; e i moat free nations vkho
believe i -t British strength must
be maiutained as ft saving factor
lor peace and order. --, v.
The colonies that Britain' keeps,
ven at the tost of using force, are
-it -vs in the instance of Aden.
in ri Thpv mav have a-J
Hum miiph home rule as mev
t lease where the local governments
laintain rder and do not promote
.nrtist movemenis. dui wuctc
my in local matters into independ.
ence campaigns uiey wiu gei uie
same rebuff that the Singapore in in-deDendence
deDendence in-deDendence spokesman sot on his
recent trip to London. - j
Since World War II Britain has
PAloaei1 ; nnrlv H nnn Ann i Miliar
milaa nf Aeitt snH Afruft Mntnin.
ing nearly 500,000,000 people from
colonial control, most oi inese are
as, including India, Pakistan and
fvtnn hav vohmtarilv- remained
within the Commonwealth.
. Th nrHarlv trancformntinn nr the
Empire into the modern Common Common-wMlth
wMlth Common-wMlth in line with -chaneine con
ditions and rising aspirations of
colonial peoples, has been a histo
ric achievement -of worm signm
The British recently celebrated
tra;' nal b-.-uay. r.-cire t
wilh aa awareness of the global
respect' they hold for preparing
large areas under their control for
freedom,. ?k -v
It seems to us that they enhance
that resnert rather than sacrifice
anv of it when they take a stand
assinst ffivlntf tin atrateeic bases
which not merely protect the Brit
ish position out tend ro exert a
sobering effect on would-be aggres
sors or trouDie maters in several
efforts are made to expand autono-parts' of the world,
Probed By Justice Department
W ASHINGTOnI June 26 (UP ) under Uie federal Record Act they
The Justice Department disclosed
yesterday it is investigating charg charges
es charges that certain government offi
cials were "improperly influenc influenced"
ed" influenced" by campaign contributions,
presumably to both Democrate
and Republicans, ;
The- action was revealed in let
ters seeking. we neip w. vuna-
, Lrittn in tracking dtVD
..nnwi nit ; contributions : and
apending' filed. by. the Republicans
in 1952 and by the Democrats in
- i i ; 'J ;- --
The Jetters also disclosed an ap apparent
parent apparent controversy over whether
fu. .aMtmt hnuld have been pre-
. aerved ntil now and, if so, who
has responsiblity for turning them
over to. the department The de department
partment department said it has had trouble,
getting them thus far.
The- Corrupt Practices Act pro provides
vides provides Ahat such records be- kept
by the. House clerk or Senate sec secretary
retary secretary for two yesrs afterthey
are filed. The department said that
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see the cards. At the table., see'inc
omy your own nana ana the dum dummy,
my, dummy, you might have an anxious
moment or two. ;t r
West opened the five of clubs.
and East won with the ace. East
switched to the king of diamonds
ana next lea we seven of dia
monds. South false carded by
piaying 'ue eignt, and West won
with the ace. h
' West now hsd to mate an im important
portant important decision. Should he lead a
to divide the Democratic Party
in Tennessee during the course
nt f.h pnnvenMOn.
Kefauver said nl Mends a
seeking to have the convention
endorse him. "I have proceeded
on the assumption that I would
have this support" he said.
But Kefauver did not refer di directly
rectly directly to clement'- support of
his opponent. . t
The Tennessee senator said
that in addition to the conyen-
t . . rnuT. in aniiiL
tniro diamond, or shou d hetry :to "7t. h. won in the nrlmft
casn me king -oi .ciuDs? II he X. T L vi nrMnecfa In a
aeieai me contract, otnerwis: . t d very encourRR-
ing seconaary auppuio u
ber of favorite ion states."
Stevenson appeared te pie
up strength and Democratic
national chairman Paul ; M
Butler risked hto home state
aouin would steal the game.
There is a clue, if East is known
to be a good player. A good East
is quite aware that the defenders
must try to win four tricks in
clubs and diamonds.1 If East has
five diamonds, he knows that only.
two aiamona men can be won
Hence East will follow the king of
diamonds with the queen, intend intending
ing intending to hold the lead and switch
back to clubs.
?; Fast dnt'try ton thc
second round of diamonds, he can cannot
not cannot have as' many as five dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. For this reason, West is
safe in leading a third diamond.
Confidence in your "partner is
the cornerstone of good defensive
must then be turned over to the
The Department said in identi identical
cal identical letters to Vice President Rich Richard
ard Richard M. Nixon and Speaker Sam
IV 4f V Mill IB LUtlli A La LtlUMWMS uthvh
in in vestieatina charges "to the
effect that decisions oi govern government
ment government officals were improperly in influenced
fluenced influenced in exheange for substan substantial
tial substantial campaign contributions to cer certain
tain certain campaigns.". -:
The letters showed that the FBI
wanted to inspect the GOP rec
ords while Internal Revenue a-
gents were interested in tne dem democratic
ocratic democratic records. The records were
filial h, ihm chairmen of the Re-
publican and Democratic national
, A department spokesman said
Mime of ihe records sought were
required by a federal grand jury
in St LOUIS wnicn recenuy uuiw
ed two top Truman officials on
tax-fixing charges. ;
. The two Matthew Connely, ap ap-portment
portment ap-portment secretary to fomer Pres Prescient
cient Prescient Truman, and T. Laman Dau Dau-Aa
Aa Dau-Aa fnrmir dead of the Justice De
partment's tax division subs e-
The department said it had writ written
ten written to both the national archivist
and the clerk of the House in pur pursuit
suit pursuit of the records, but responses
tn the reauest have been "quite
inconclusive.' : i
-Neither has stated categorical categorically
ly categorically that he does not possess these
riiuMimpnt bnt both have raised
the question whether there is any;
for such records to
oe preservcu,. ii
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CAMILO A. PORRAS
. CaUe 29 No. 3-23'
For Unily Drive
' ATLANTIfJ CnT.' H. X. June
tTP4 stouthern srovemor?
showed mixed TeacUon today
tariav rnnirlnff from OlSSeni W
guarded approval, of ft South
Carolina nlan for ft aoutnern
unity drive before the Democra.
tin national convention. :
Their attitude Indicated an
unwillingness to rush into ftny ftny-thlng
thlng ftny-thlng which could develop Into
a third party If the South ob objected
jected objected to the platform or Presi
dential nominee 01. WB CUBYCU.
tion. f L
nnv (itmvm: Bell Timmerman
Jr., revealed Sunday that he had
sent letters to Democratic gov governors,
ernors, governors, party officials and mem members
bers members of Congress in 10 states a a-bout
bout a-bout the South Carolina propos
It called for Southern caucus
before the national convention
and suggested that state con
ventlons recess until after the
came at the opening of the an annual
nual annual conference of the nation's
eoveraors. which has provided a
setting for much Democratic po-i
uticunp' this- year. -
Of those replying. Timmer
man said only three objected. He
said Democratic chairmen i of
some Southern states would
meet toon, probably at Atlanta
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Senate investigators yesterday "in-
President Eisenhower's Cabinet,
. to explain why .IN White Hoose
Cave newspaper reporter'confi reporter'confi-nertial"
nertial" reporter'confi-nertial" informauun it withheld
from Congress. .t. ;
Cbairmaa John L. McClellan (D (D-Jtrk
Jtrk (D-Jtrk in Mnaram. sskfft Rahb
to testify before the Senate Permal
neat lnvesugatinf lUDcommmee
Tuesday "or at your earliest con
venience.': inert was no imme immediate
diate immediate indication whether Rit) b
McClellan said new book, "The
Inside Story" of the Eisenhower
administration, by Robert J. Don Donovan
ovan Donovan of the New York Herald Trir
bune, contains "confidential min-
' utes of Cabinet meetings. ; sim similar
ilar similar in character and nature to that
which the executive branch of the
government has withheld from and
refused to make available" to
: Presidential news secretary
James C. Hagerty told reporters
last week he knew the W h i t e
Vmia nfficial ohn made the deci
sion to. ire Donovan the infor information.
mation. information. But he refused to identity
him and said he probably never
will. He also declined to comment
th TirnnrietT tit the release.-
HcClellan said 'it is difficult to
nderstand and to reconcile tne
attitude" of the White House in
MithknMin Information from a
ftnffrif!iionai committee but
"mat! it available to a favored
private citizen for commercial use
, He mentioned specifically publl-
likmss True Life Adventures
cation by Donovan of the "records
anil fil"-nf a ffnvrnmnt mm.
mittee which recommended ''de ''decontrol
control ''decontrol and down-grading of strat strategic
egic strategic goods and materials for sale
and sninment m our ; kakj ai
lies to Er opean Communist blu..
countriejr.;'.-.:;. .' cs.
This has been the subject of a
running controversy between the
administration, and ine jucueuan
subcommittee. Commerce Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary Sinclair Weeks refused to testi testify
fy testify in public about secret negotia negotiations
tions negotiations that led to a 1954 relaxation
of curbs on strategic trifle wiu
McClellan attacked the admin administration
istration administration at" the time for "govern "govern-mant
mant "govern-mant tw Krrv." But Weeks said
the information should not be made
public because "we should Keep
our potential enemy from knowing
our thinking." He offered to supply
the subcommittee the data in pri
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Chargd tfAffalrW IttaTeel OHivtor fc nterta1ntaf "?''
tails thli evening at tha Preach Embassy hi honor ot two vh vh-'"ttine
'"ttine vh-'"ttine trench diplomat. -:.. k '' '---v .
(, The honorees are" Messrs. Maurice lepra Md Albert ta-
rW. Beth have tb rank M Ambassador and are designated
atnsptdr of French etotJMnde and cortsahttew Oversea
Tiey M iWtot M Isth"11 t9r ont day only, i
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Cump
dinner in their home Satuday v-e-
lring m-boiwr oi Major uviu
Conasalea,; vho meatly arrived on
tho-Isthmus fer two weeks ctivs
Major Gonzales is the-General
uon.tfor nf th Puerto Rico
fcranch oT Prke Davis i Co.
Guests inchided Hr. an Mrs,
Stevs Crowell, ,Mr. and Mrj.Per Mrj.Per--
- Mrj.Per-- nird Eibner, Hr. ind Mrs. Vicen.
t fidtfringafe; Mf. and Mrs.
George 1 Simon, Mr, and Mrs;
Clrtrtes hw, Mr, smd Mm Har Harry
ry Harry StorcS and Mrs. Joel Stwcn.,:
Mn, Merchant Hr
T Visit Valwi Family ..
Mrs. M. H. Merchant of Norfolk,
Va the former (Jieua cainoun, mr
tl M. MURIEL LAWRENCE 'tainly. Papa, the most truslwor.
. lkw mamah in h4 twftrirt VSai tin r-
An uncle once gave Miriam a bot-'spect at all for her o p i n i e n of
Katt wbc m Wtrnla t mr
euuaa taaaM ukautiM la l)p-
artilca bra aarf MiUJ I Ma a
n a nnf nr at an rnr nr odibibh on aaiaaan iraca aaiur m
Ila wnwrmiifft that mirtaafajt.Tma'B rfmMt Sax-1uS.ft eBulilnH aaiin.- aivaiU
the lollipops he gave Tom, her lit-, trust it, either. Maybe whether she mmu caaaat amau taia
u oroiner. ikk a ans was wr or mmr
, So inevitably came the bedtime didnt natter it it was gUBf to cast
when Tom demanded one of Mi- her Paoa's aood will.
rtaufr peppwmiHts. She said' Sfiriam gave' Tom i peppermint.
"No." But refused to. accept her. At ance Papa restored affscsat
Mliati aaaaat ka aeceattd by taia-
Silwr Imjleye Ism.
........ 3 uu AAiJiUd V fcli 0U
ver Impioye'g Death Benefit As-
I "No." But refused to. accept her. At ance Papa restored affsctua socutiai wJl meet tomdTi-ow
fal.aaiMl aaSnJ naa -Anna- It ak kaaa k aa XT.M kaat Tvyi4ni nkf v kA nffflht akl 90 4vt 4W. TItiai.A aTl
' V!. (tL:.JJ ...... Vat Uri. 1ni.
The Ambassador Cotombia, 4 jut jwt tht 1 n- tia f itpresentaUw
and Mrs. RaulH. e?J Instantly, Papa withdraw atfw- lsssoa. He had not. Besides teach-1 the bon af directors wCl be
tertauung romght witn t anraer mtion from Miriam. When she tried tag her to falsify ler feelings, he amoni the principal business ot
to tell him why she- felt TobT had taught her that obedience to a tn agenda.
ciaim was unjust, ne Drasaea ajaj-pjreni is nuruui aaa nunuuauu.
words aside scorfully and s a id This iatpressiaa aceouaU toe the Lxhtaa 0 tiywi Iwajiaw
sharply, "You are old enough to be 1 bedtime problem Mir i a m. now Cuitemt Temerrew
gin to do for others like your Ma- grown p, it gavig with her Uttle At th neetiag of the' Panatea
Alone in the kitchen with her can- Nick taa ipffld t minutes in. which will be held at the Gorlas
dy bottle, Miriam was suddenly aUUia atraUay at baduma. Uua.-,MaaMri4 Laberttory, Pairama Ch
verwhelmed by a sense of unoer-Jy ks bagul by atsumsi jra musijty, temwrrrw at p.m. Mr. Mil
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contains l'i grains of pura aspirin tm l'tp'!r,
she preferred standard of accurate dosage j I ,( ll,.iX, j
measure. You five "just as the doctor &
orders." Chililren like its onnge favor. hiliii'n6f
nauaavr auijaja Voa outaam fcidsfeWAJ
RESd. ev.. June 25 aTP)The
nepheV of the "hostess with thei
nmW anH the dsuohav Hf the;
n.wlvnnnintari ITS AmhatsaJnr
to Canada were married today at
,-, 'kt. roa contours auect MiDy s ap-
ew of Washington hostess Perleij, more likBiy to eat somethtag'diw eouals only two things-Ais
u. at. ani it.iivBhrh a.i a r a n a n I u.m j 1:1. ,u- .. ... w. t; i.
- nil anu uiuum.ui'iiAc mau wuK- kytt aaanUmluaTlOB. iavui int.,
LeuU, daughter of Livingston T.hhing flat Gelatin desert in a fall.' how ean his mother possibly inflict
Merchant, the new Canadian Am- iffss often sdmsIS whera a elon k M hint
jy ae- oeaui ay 'fiy, on)TTrw a p.m. Mr. Mil-
wuj ma- bj uv. wv imm hw; mngcrauon ensmeer
gias t9 rtasan against Una vuSuouiKwttft tho ranana Canal Company,
sounding; resetensxoB wllecteiwiii jpjR ta the Society on the
Burt Tntf humiliftioB. Lovrag Niek,6ntyDIi rndrans and their customs".
nis reacuvaica au nci unu.?. ror over m years air. nauey nas
ifeeHmrs ttwtr itwth-eT cmld-par- studied the Indians of Panama.
ent conflict the n bettrwnt rspa narticularly the Guaymi. H has
Wit avnmtar tint fill to ."mson"
with Nick instead of pidrinj him
..4 ..rrvin him tft KmL Tfl PSDS'l
daughter, eniorcing a cnuas vac
bassador. were united a few hoars
after Tyson's divorce from his
German war bride became nnai.
wing nau Mci.vut uvsvu ui vM4.)0vf can uia III
glass often appeals where a glopthens on hint?
on a piate aoesnt. f fc t(J en,.
Poor menu for Baby m u ah- V -Wj XT lt
German war onae oecame nnai. Poor menu for jjaby: muah-:5.er wn"lJf ."'Ji C "uKvT,r
Tyson obtained a decree frym'room i6up wj,ita bread, milk amd,PP 1?l."lld JLuL8-k.I
Idel G. Tyson, the girl he married vanilla pudding. Its dietary lacks that h made h dj wt
in rrjuuii, unumi; ui suuw up in me lain 01 vuior ap-i" ivl "mm i a-.
wwiM ika m wr infann-v f rit u,i r.uMiii) oV,n. kj!tamDtuous wav Be Ireatea wnai sne
u. ikitf Miitintf V.uaHa i... mm. : taittirf ;
ueuTCMBUi, w o uicaa win aaia twin
m,t arniirtria M "atrptn Iv . t If thu
divorce' conn grounds of "ettretne;ty.
cruelty, entirely meinai m na
ture. The- ceuple aan no eauaren
If this can bo rnada tru fbr Mi
riam, she can aeW tti badtime
conflict. ;Thetf slWU kauw How-to
probably spent mere urn among
lutein uuia any ourr wane naan on
the Isthmus. He has won their
friendship, and during his vistis
with fhm ha hi lienl allnvM tn
Uake many slides shewing their
-way or lift. These slides will, be
useu 19 iuusvate ms nciure.
To this meetinc members mav
tsdies Auxiliary RA
nans Social Tanisht
The- Ladies Aaxiliery, FRA, will
haw its monthly social meeting to tonight
night tonight It S n.m. at Coeolt Club-
house. Batva eamtin will conti conti-Lttuo.
Lttuo. conti-Lttuo. Rtfrtfshmants will be served.
Tvui.: Uit im of Mr. and Mts
George Tyson, prominent Washaict Washaict-tA
tA Washaict-tA Aoat lCawnort sociaUtat, itehds
v jto remata ih uie west wmno c
took place in Admiral Atkensdn's,wjti attend htw school at I ol-
A aAut a.ni.lk rftjsi I a a 1. L -a -. S- a
'rt J .Ui.. mmtM. IT- 1 atf-,':.. a -m 1 a tk-aW iWamit aTW St XttT.tat Wf tfl Nifcfc
ana mere ws nu uivpuij ,nB mary to vkiuik every. utu'"uvv r v-T-
mfMit. Jthing ineluditit toHt-boiled. eggs, tnwtinf tpportJeliJg
Mm t.MiisL divorced her first! with his hands, in fact Don't iVet'witl! respect mstwo w ctmiwnix.
V...U..J B I ma fai lkllT'laU I I limit1 tViaf ffl OftWori thanV lak aSSir a-aaalaa-a.aa-aaaaat.aBa 1
MUaUeaaaWir JUaaa SIIVJ sa.aj, vnauva w.jaawvMV aiiaauuwiaa p w a wwwt-i
er to leacn later on. a giaa ne,
nsj oua suuuu ajipevuc aau aci
Leuts, Jr., it Reno last fall.
office, the 16-Vear-old youth odted., w yt ta
that 'he had' Mowod kt the foot-!
Uteps -of last year's appointee, Pa
olo uuran, m atienaiag ins mu mu-lard
lard mu-lard Preparatory. School in Lan-
rlAia fWenn. Fjiolish Ml oiwt of
his biggest problems, but he has
mastered 11 weu, lor no experienc experienced
ed experienced no difficulty during the presen presentation
tation presentation of orders.. ::, h r
Carina it a sraAiataj Hf the La
Salle School in Panama, claia of
19SS. He win report to me Acade Academy
my Academy at Annapolis, Maryland on Fri Friday.
day. Friday. ;
Mra. Ceyeault FeteaJ
By Mrs. Sudran
Mrs. Stanley Sudron ts hostess
on Saturday at her Ancon home
at a tea honoring Mrs. E. A. Coy Coy-rmiH
rmiH Coy-rmiH Jr.: of Tfavette. La.i-" who
v snip vpsteraay 10 is me noue guesi tr opt pan-nis,
' TheTe'l no tellini. Baby' first
orotessioaai' aaercw may at iuu
A M.V1 mA tirM,.: it .IV Via
placid. Qnt insurance is aessctinaM I
. 1 il.i -1 1
a uurucr auufi um vucs luanj
cnuaren s eviaence oy a toy car
or a wooden horsl lor Baby to
Plan UaW" lircr vUM 'in Ilia
aw w ama uw 1 iui v uV
dentist for around his third birth birthday.
day. birthday. He may go before that in
casa 01 an mergency, out the go going
ing going will be less manageable. Make
sure the dentist is aware you are
AMIRS TRIM TEIN
MANNERS AS THlf-CUT
Do haircuts haw anything to do
nth jfalinnnmpvV If that SOUfids
like a silly Question, coniider the
In one section of i southern
city, school officials made a fiat
rule that boy could not coma to
school wearing bizarre haircuts
such as the "duck Jail" or "bap"
cot. And no longer could they atr
iif icM awarinc hlua leans
gwhnred at hip level, with shirt-ltslbes;.' They have intemtrng
making an appointment far;
cnua. ; r
r:- m. f'" ;-V V'1'''
Tn it... anKait haafa a9;am.ll
whole, round ones; cubed carrots
f I w. r f Vasi.aj ffm.aBa. agaaA
i kl' I tn w V.
hnwravw BM Amaainaly :
lataarfactafuUntinuta twice j
dailv wiui Luucuia ooap. up 1
tly Cutiaun uinuaaBnufouv.
S blackhead, aatainally
caosaB puaiaa cjaar
etcttinf w4- -du
ippearin 7 days!
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A ctrefree trip tan Ie yottr. well make
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O Hotel Reservations
O Sightteeing Totm
AND all the faciUtiei 3f American
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21 Trvofi Ave. P. O. Bex 12I Telephone 2-2001
1. ia the wile o Lt. Cui
. lie A an instructor at
th Armid Forces Staff College
inciuaeq were an. a a r-- -
n Armed Forces Staff college. Schmidt, Mrs. Myron risner, Mr. w u Tr. .rtt
Mrs Merchant was accompanied Gregory Cartotto, Mrs, Roy Mise it went
v-. Mhiran rtrie. El-himi. Mr Hnffh Ba I ? Mm. there hadn't been a single in-
un Berkley Thorne and Chnstc- Lloyd Kent Mrs. Delta Sampsell
' .. ... .,. .; i vat n .ii nr-xiaa ira t v
' IUCH UUUB. WIS. Cituca XV. VU1,
Mr. md Mrs. Feter snrapneiiMrs. l. Aiseu. Mrs. lkennein ea
wiras, Mrs. ireorxe ixjwr. mrs. to
lAAfTintt tndav bv oln zor
Florida where they will visit fot I
time with Mrs. Shrapnel's broth brothers,
ers, brothers, Messrl. Glen and Gerald D.
Front Miami they will go to St.
Petersburg to visit several former
ZoaianSr then travel to Loa Ange-
ast vanlter..'an4i'r Mrs.1
George Walker held open house for
the Shrapenla at their Cocoli home.
The Shrapnels, longtime former
Isthmians, have beer visiting here
far the past six months as t n
guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Al Allen
len Allen of Hodman.; Mi. Shtapnel was
the-former chief of the Adminis Administrative
trative Administrative Branch for tho Panama Ca-
Young Cartas a) la Guardia
Leaving Per Annapolis
The second cltiwn ever to be se selected
lected selected from tha Republic of Pa Panama
nama Panama as a appointee to tht Unit
ad States Naval Academy has re received
ceived received his orders from the Com Com-M.nrf.nt
M.nrf.nt Com-M.nrf.nt mftaanth Nival District
Rw Admiral Clarence L. C. ia-j
-The young an, Carlos d la
Guardia, ton of Mr. Carles da la
Guardia of Panama City, and neph neph-mm
mm neph-mm nf th Rfaublic's President-e-
' lct,. received his : appointment
"Included were Mrs. J e h it K.
!Hra Russell Weade. Mrs. J. F
Hatrh.tt Mr W J. Hatrhett
Mrs. Charles F. Stevens. Mrs. Lao-
den Gum, Mrs. Ernest B. Curimg,
nald Spencer, Mrs. Roy C. P a ul
Mn. .Tnt.nh Ttalann" Mra AaM
beckley, Mrs. Edward Preti, Mrs.
ueorge Ley c en, ana airs, nusseu
Tha Retirement Partv which the
Commissary Division is sponsb
mg ltt honor or oorge w. Etigiene
will be held off Friday, It the Ho Hotel
tel Hotel Washington.
Tickets may be. obtained from
nna nf tha fnllnwinv- Mr. D a 1 1 a
Noonan, managers of Commissa Commissaries
ries Commissaries at Cristobal, Margarita, Gat-
un ana nmoa ana-iron ine era era-zol
zol era-zol Brook Country Club.
Oa Albas tntortain
Ti anil Wra tr.rfnarrln A Alha
al Panama wera hoati at a dinner
on Friday evening in honor of a
visitor, Mrs. M argot uare, or ew
York, who has been vacationing
Mrs. Ward Is Honored I
Mrs. R. B. Ward, a former res resident
ident resident of Gatun, was honoree tt a
morning coffee given by Mrs- Al Allen
len Allen R. Flinn who invited several
old friend to her Gatun home.
Mrs. ward, who now nves- in
i Happing ( in the brMe.
The ardef was for standard hair
' um Iim, aanaaara When SOU
...m th ntcrVit in the bame of
wnoie, rouna ones; cuoea cnrroti oiJt --- ,
or thin strips; 'miniature aspsra- a friend, rat wltever
cue jtalks,. eltHef white or green; dont wmwpollzo t'j"11
KXIU UUU V SB V V ft 4 w -aji- w
all over the bedroom.
. tlwrnrhtfiit ka aeb litUf
iriM -'T make yon' wel'"'"
nahv anean aoc nf" larffanr tfraan
er ones'. All are pessibl beta for
ill. VJnkt.'whn'. rn.W ahfnff mil
i n. fat: 1. !ua ..
ipes and good eoiu...
Stance of misbehavior reported.
the bovs came to school looking
respectable. Ana 10 ana oenoia,
they began to act respeciaiue, to.
This is really not so itraraje.
For when a boy peroxides his
hair, letf It grow into toenails
in k.lr t IB. a SaiT Of tiSht
blue jeans and a loud shirt which
the doesn't bother ta tuck in, he
looks like a tough. The next attep
is to walk with a roumg swagger,
talk touch and maybe add a
switchblade knife ts natural
accessory far tho weird geVnp.
From there on h ii Jieaded for
srouble. .He is a .sneering, swag swaggering
gering swaggering "wise guy who feels he has
to hve tip to his get-up." t
Perhaps parents and schools all
over the country would be doing
..i.r. a raa lfavnr if thev
cracked down on outlandish styles
in dress and haircuts. A
wa'va alimnrizMl these crazv
fads, that teen-agers go in for, too
Isn t it aoout time we iet teen-
mtmrrn Vnftu, that anct them1
i to look respectable? If we get
tnem to looaung uu ciean-cm,
wpll-aroomed children perhaps it
will be easier for them to act
through a United States policy to Houston, has been visiting several
rtceivn annually sman nnmoenistnmian ismuies. mi wm return
tA students to th U.S. Naval Aca- to the Pacific side tomorrow and
demy from the American Repub- will be the guest of Mrs. Lawrence;
ipt. ilnanioeia umu aue icaica (
At the brier ceremony,,- wiucn plane on rnaay.
t a, taaa
M if (r:;iy
1 tha 0::iY Ksn-JIt? Rrita ta
Ccr.vrr.!rr.l sr.r.sc!.f3n t!a Cvr:l
omv Hi oni wat
Jk teaaamleal Taaibt Fare
C!wy It cU i:art!saul 0. 1. A
-HVarw ; aaf.raarii.rfWA ":
kl i SI. El CangTf jo, Castilla del Oro Bond., acres tha
. Hotel U Panama TeL Mii7.
Ha awbaaWaa' Mosrsaa a
Im vnr aabvs Cmmt JUanV
jDi'ar CAsM fotf and
Trlctiy ffnr Xft si Asa
Powder doei I.
. far Anmaat hniacUllvi
aattd te teotXt, prottet and Mb
Son wcaaeefuUy aJ sa soft
a preaMtas heauag hy cashlaa
"lag bibys chafed akai ajusat
aiHtft inllktaoa. Ott Aanaea
Madieated fewdcr today.
' fail Try AamaMatW'afc'
i Maief, Par Mai ana tea absa
lately fm, tmC poitcanl with
' your aame and a4drm te Dept
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fuarxa f lux Prat ... 471J
ruana s tax Com.
floUto bitomorriconoa. l4
Ccnaral 4a Beftme .... SI
PanamcAa da Acaltaa ... ..
Panxmenp da ribraa ... at
Panamtfia da kcgnrsa -.. K' .. tt
rmnufti da Tabioo .. M II lI
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Statat. 3-aiaca diniiif tat with 4
' chain, ami tablai, Bandix
. r. Phaaa 21959, I ..-4 a.m.
FOR.SALI.' Mahegiay dinin
roam aar, vary flaad condition.
" Na. 54 at 50th Straat in front
of II Batuna.
FOR SALI: I Kanmora wnh
bit Machiaa Q-yla $50. Z Z-3
3 Z-3 ISO laL La aca 908-K,
FOR SALE: Elactric faa $fi;
xcallant Scant Vokaa tlaaping
at-kapak $11.50; Tador wrist
watch, racantly claanad. 1 7 w
alt $9.50; looki Knawladga lot
wttand. coit $75. tall $25; 2 2-ae.
ae. 2-ae. uphelttartd imitation latthar
arch-livlnf room $20; floor
lama, 3 -way. food $4; RolU r r-sor,
sor, r-sor, aaw, hoxad $S; machtta.
Phana Balboa 4455.
Solon Deplores US
Policy In Germany.
WASHINGTON. June 28 fUP
sen. Kaipn Flanders laid today
that the United States should drop
its emphasis on rearming West
Instead. Flanders said, this na
tion should encourage German
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer to ne
gotiate with Russia I or a unified,
The Vermont Republican, in a
speech prepared for Senate delive delivery,
ry, delivery, conceded that the proposal is
"drastic. uutf ne said, "rearma "rearmament
ment "rearmament and reunion .... are practi
cally incompatible. Germany and
we must recognize this fact of life."
Flanders, in the second of a se
ries of speeches on. foreign policy,
said present U.S. : policy toward
Germany "does us little credit
from the moral standpoint.? He
aid "we give lipservice to the Gar
mas aspiration for unity, while urg
ini'for other reasons a rearma
ment wnicn (mattes' unity impos-
SlDie. (f. i ,.
The Vermont Senator said the
German people do not want rear
mament out "to have their East
and West reunited in peace and
freedom." He said "rearmament
(docs) not serve this aspiration but
(blocks) it t. K I .ri.,
The United States should, never
have expected "that the Soviet sov
ernment would be persuaded to re
lease Kan Germany to a rearmed
Shah Visit Russia
MOSCOW, June 26 (UP) -i The
Shah of Iran and Empress Soraya
arrived here today on a Russian
airliner for a two-week state visit
to the Soviet Union.
ll Cotor by TECH"" J
yf iH in c
IMAWON towNEl ,hUr ru rasoN
L-JSSJSSJ ii .mi.l r
Robert Piroah aU Jerome
FOR SALEs-'50 Fontisc 4-door
tadan, hydramatk, radio. $390.
2615-B. Cocoli, Sago. 25-3996.
FOR SALE: '51 Pars' V-S Da.
luxa, food buy, duty paid, $500.
Balboa 2-6322. ?
FOR SALE-1950 Hilhnia. ra ra-built
built ra-built aafint, food tirat, $400
or boat catb affar thit waak. 1
FOR SALE: 1954 Marcury
Sport Coup- Marc-o-matic, 2
aaw wiw tirat, radio, $1450.
7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m call 17 17-7191;
7191; 17-7191; after 5:30, 84-6277.
FOR SALI-1954 Pentiac four,
door' tadan, radia, naw uphol uphol-ttery.
ttery. uphol-ttery. Mutt tall. Call Balboa
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LOST: American Exprou trt'y trt'y-alart
alart trt'y-alart chtcki, irgntd: Bonjamia
D. Curtit Jr. Danominatiom:
$20't. $50't, $l00't. Plaata ad.
vita Mr. A. DiScala, Hotal El
RoaU & Motors
FOR SALE. Aim lunf with 2
tinslt ttnka, 1004 condition,
$100. Phono Mcllvalna, Curat.
To Save US Bases
In Iceland Forseen
REYKJAVIK. Iceland. June 26-
(UP- The North Atlantic Treaty
nations may Intervene in an effort
to save the United States $150 mil million
lion million NATO air bases in Iceland,
political observers said today.
The vital air bases straddling the
Moscow-Washington great circle
route were threatened b victories
ot an "oust America" coalition in
Iceland's parliamentary elections.
The coalition wants to moth-ball
the bases and send the U.S. troops
The Iceland state radio predict
ed today the coalition of Progres Progressive
sive Progressive and Social Democratic Par Parties
ties Parties would receive only 25 of the
52 seats in the Althing (parlia
ment) two short of the zr neces.
sary for an absolute majority.
But the Communists won eight
seats and would support any move
to oust the Americans.
Premier Olaiur Thors Independ
ence Party won only 19 seats and
it became apparent the pro-American'
leader would be unable to
maintain the status quo. He has
fought to maintain the bases which
contribute enormously to iceiana s
The Iceland state radio made Its
-Cloria D Havers
- ProdaricK Briaaon Robert Piroalf
aiaox a iti"
- t-r r w a- k. it a a i rt a a. rr ir. .. xr"r ll cmt :. n rrnnTP
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2 badraama. hot, cold wataa.
Phono PaaaaM 3-4941.
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ad, two-badraom apartmant, bat
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couple $80; two couplet $110.
. 12 Via Porraa. Pheaa Panama
FOR RENT. Furnithed and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartmenti available.
: Contact Alhambra Apartments,
1 0th Street. Phone 1386, Comm.
FOR RENTs7 Nicely fumishtd .-apartmant
apartmant .-apartmant wcludinf refrifarater,
porch, parlor-dininf teem, bad--ream,
kitchaa, unitary convani convani-encot.
encot. convani-encot. Hied, Kreened, $55. Ap Apply
ply Apply 112 Via Belitario Parrat,
near SAS Store. !,
FOR RENT- Nicely furnished
1 -bedroom apartmant on Ave.
Peru, facing the park. Phone 3 3-3099
3099 3-3099 or 3-0746.
. FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment one bedroom. Auto,
mobile Row, $75 monthly.' Tele Telephone
phone Telephone after 7 p.m. Panama J J-4382.
4382. J-4382. -V- -.- -v,.-:-
FOR RENT Furnished small,
elean, moral-like epirtment for,
' couple without children. Army';
insiected. No. 22 6th Ave., San
Francisco, hist east of the Etso
Service Station on Via Porraa or
Phono Panama 3-5124. Rant:
FOR RENT-Modern complete,
ly furnished apartment to Amer-i
lean couple, Parque Lefevre 7th
Street Ne. 22.
FOR RENT Apartmant, unfur.
' nished, in pleasant turroundinft:
. livini-dininf room, 2 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms,, maid's room, ta ta-1
1 ta-1 ropo, laundry facilities, bet wa water
ter water installttion $90. Bella Via
ta, house 32 44th Street, Phone
.3-0615. vi-i. 5:.-.';..1J
FOR RENTr- Furnished apart.
mentt, $60. Via Parras Ne. 101. :
FOR RlNT-One-kadraom fur.
nhthed apartment, hot water II
Canflrejo, near' trentpertetjoa.
Rent: $70. Phone 1-4644 or 3 3-0741
0741 3-0741 from 3 to 7 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished aH com.
tort apartmant, scmnod, in
tpectcd. Via Espana, house bo.
fort Juan Franco.
FOR RENT Modern eat-bad.
room apartment, bat wator,
atovo, refrMjaratar, air-cendition.
ed. Campo Alagre. phono after
' 6 p.m. 3-4242. v,f Ti'v
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
mants, -one bedroom. $45 and
$65. Phone 1-1646. BolU Vis- A
ta. All screened.
FOR RENT: Army Inspected
furnished 1 -bedroom apartment -'
; with kitchenette, rafrif orator, aR
coavoniencea No. 17-18 4th of
July Ave. Phono 2-5133.
FOR RENTs 1-bedroom apart,
moat, unfurnished, cool. Uru Uruguay
guay Uruguay Street No. 1-22.
estimates of final standings today
on the basis of actual results and
apportionment of 11 supplement
rv seats. The 11 supplementary
seats are not won by direct voting
but go to parties on the basis of
their actual voting strength.
Ton will have a ehance
TODAY to win, the $166
tint prise by attending BANK
NIGHT at the TROPICAL
Theatre, which GIVES AWAY
$156 In cash every Tuesday,
in addition ta a stupendous
, for v
' a BETTER
. All Work Guaranteed
'i TV J5ERVICK CENTER
"ir and DARTEN" .1
TILL 16:66 TM.
BOX 2031, ANCON, CZ.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
Dr. Weadehaka Medical Clinic
. Day and Night service. Opposite
Chase Blank. Phone 2-3479 Pan.
FOR SALE: Hand towimj ma.
chine, like Mw $25; Smith-Co.
' rena portable typewriter with
Spanish punctuation, flood con condition
dition condition $30. No. .14 TiTob Ave.,
Apt. B-3. v
FOR SALE: Singer tewing ma ma-chine
chine ma-chine with motor, china closet.
7th Street, Rio Abajo No. 2518.
FOR SALE 1940 Nash, very
geoo condition; S cu. ft.
gerator. Gamboa 6-495,
FOR SALE-2 screen doors $5
each, asserted dishes $5, ironing
board and pad $5. Panama 3
FOR SALE: Apartment tixe
washing machine $10; Nelly.
wood bed with spring and mat.
trast $40. 50th Street No. 41 or
phone 3-5306 during the day.
FOR SALE: Due to trip, Sloppy
Joe's Bar,."Plaa 5 de Mayo,
Panama.-. -. ;.
Body 01 Adni. Kind
Takes Lasl Journey
Back To Annapolis
; KITTERy, Me.-June 26 (UP)
The body of Fleet Artm Rm..f t
King today make! the melancholy
journey back to his beloved An-
l 'SH ,eff larwst and
hardest hitting fleet the world hss
ever seen, died yesterday at the
Portsmouth ,Ntvat 'Hospital, i He
was 77. V ; k
The Navy announce J in Washing Washington
ton Washington that funeral arvipa will fc
held in the Washinetott National
Cathedral Friday. with burial at
the Naval Academy, cemetery at
Annapolis, Ma. -
The body f the former U.S.
neei commanaer in e n i a r wax
scheduled to be flown to the cspi cspi-tol
tol cspi-tol today and Was to be met by
representatives of the militarv
services, the diplomatic corps and
members of his family,
After a brief ceremony with the
U.S. Navy. Band participating, the
casket was to be carried past a
Navy honor guard to a hearse and
taken to a nearby funeral home
at Bethesda, Nd.-, v
The body will be. moved to the
National Cathedral tomorrow where
it will lie in state with a 24-hour
honor guard, v
After the funeral services, King's
.J 1 1
body will be borne by caisson down
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Present your tickets
. 1. $300.00 (Accumulated)
m i .
cr.J c!l prc--cfs c! TVilllCOlA UCOIIERA A!3 CISTilEUA CEjIPJLi"
FOR RENT: Completely fur.
hhed 2-story 3-bedroom house.
San Francisco, from Juno 30 to
September 29 for aominal rent.
Call 3-2784 or Monday 3-0341.
FOR RENT: Chalet: 3 bed bed-roomt,
roomt, bed-roomt, 2 bathrooms, etc. Trans-Isthmian-
Highway, in front of
Las Angeles, No. L-5. Informa.
tion given there or at Telephone -3-3904
from 7 to 8 p.m..
FOR RENT -Vacation quartan,
10th Street, Peitilla. For three
monthi Juno 30 until September
30. 3-bedroom concrete houia
: completely furnished including
television. Front and back pa-
' ties,; largo enclosed backyard,
$145 pei' Mirth. Call 3-3866 :
after 6 p.m.
FOR RENT 3-bedroom chalet,
residential section, all conveni.
oncet, aear Golf Club. Phone 2 2-2175
2175 2-2175 or 3-2709.
FOR RENT: Private residence:
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, etc.,
fit Bella Vista, furnished. Phone
3-3380 after 2 p.m.
EXPERIENCED COOK with ref references
erences references and health card, seeks
Potitioa with bachelor, run a
meat or go out oa calls. Kindly
phone Gamboa 6-446.
" MAKE-UP MAW' Mial
u Ruth Feldhelm gets eyebrows
. touched up by an electro electro-hydraulic
hydraulic electro-hydraulic remote-control sys
tern known as "Yea-Man." De De-'
' De-' veloped by General Electric
Engineers in Schenectady, N.Y,
.. the machine can perform dex dexterous
terous dexterous acts from Ion a distance
. controL It was designed for use
In radioactive area too dan-
Serous for humans.
historic Constitution Avenue to the
front of the capitol.Then it will-be
taken to Annapolis, Md.. for bu
The Admiral, was stricken with
a heart 'seizure Sunday. He rallied
briefly a few hours later and then
fell into a eoma. At his bedside
when he' died was his' son, Lt.
Com Ernest J. Kinr Jr.. who flew
here from Washington. 1
before Friday Yqut tickets'are valid for a whole year
Get triem bnying;',
Vhja, flat Monistpu-.ta 'Vto
... : U
FOSTER'S COTTAGES mi U
beacb house. One mile peat Ca Ca-aino.
aino. Ca-aino. Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Ocoooaido Cottaoea.
Saatti Clara. Boa 435, Balboa.
'p Mm, Crfato.
Baldwia'i furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telo Telo-phone
phone Telo-phone Smtrh. Balboa 3681.
Gramlicb't Santa Can
Cottages. Modern coavoniencea,
atodorate rates. Pboaa Gamboa
Senator From Ky.
Is. Sworn In:
WASHINGTON, June 26 (UP) I
Robert Humphreys was sworn in.!
yesterday as a Democratic senat
or irom Kentucky. :
e win serve until a successor
is elected next November 5 in thd
vacancy left by the death of Sen,
Alben W. Berkley.
The new senator, a 1 Mavfirfrl.
Ky. druggist and long time Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky Democratic leader, was ap appointed
pointed appointed by Gov. A. B. (Happy)
Chandler. The governor's first
choice, Joseph, J. Leary; turned
down the Job. m -'
Vice President Richard M. Nix
on administered the o a t h to
Humphreys, who was Presented to
the Senate by Sen. Earle C. Cle
PRIZE OF RON
L. Hernan Fonrer of "Destilerii Central, 8. A.", presents to
Mr, Warren Maltland, Bar Tender of -Hotel El Panama,
' States Bonus for $300.00 which was the first prise of The
"Ron Carta Viola" raffle according ta the National Drawing;
f June 26. 1956. (Commercial Notice) I
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WANTED TO PLACE: Export.
: onced cook-botttekeepar. Abao
lutely honest and dependable.
Call Balboa 3067.
WANTED: Maid. Must tpeak
. English, Inquire at 6210-1, Loe
WANTED: Cook with refer.
Mutt-aloea in. Peru Ave
Coco Solo Quintet;
In July 3 Contest
' An inter-American basketball
game will be played at the Clau Claudia
dia Claudia Lowe gymnasium of the Abel
Bravo College, Colon, on July S
under the sponsorship of the
Amigas de Caridad Friends of
cnanty). ; s -
The game win be between we
Coco Solo Naval Station team
and the Guaracheros erf Colon.
Two trophies have been donated
by colon Gov, Jose Maria uon uon-zalej
zalej uon-zalej and Robert J. Harrington.
The first ball will be thrown
by the Governor's wife, Mrs. El Elba
ba Elba Gonzales,
Admission will be ten cents
with the entire proceeds gotng
to the Santa Lulsa old People's
Home at Puerto pllon.
OF THE FIRST
CARTA VIEJA ;
Reep tnem cartnuiy
3. 89.00 (Accumulated)
: (CommorcUl Notlcoi
rum umutu a lavtrcuvviT daily nrwxr.Krm
Tt'ISDAT, JUNE it, 1931
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CON OF DOCTOR
T IV 0 LI,
Silvia Pinal, In
JOHN PAYNE RHONDA FLEttlNCt j
: SLIGHTLY SCARLET r.U
Exciting Double for Adults Only!
v : GIRL GANG
'' : Plus:- :
PARIS AFTER MIDNIGHT,
Things YouTa Never Seen Before!
Personal Presentation of
Los Monarcas del Aire
- RENEGADES v
7 r1 uk
;Lif ty Dskin
-HMLYWOOD (NEAV- Holly- as anyone Ifl Hollywood. I'd bet
i h ad GreTenzky there's an! my last dollar that she's madly in
lotJmS'R "The Jeanllov Those, who want to- doubt it it-Harlow
Harlow it-Harlow Sotry,T slated for Marilyn can..... ;: ... .;. y -J
4K. Vu.ct rni of her career. fnomn-Hf nw "mim
the Pest roie oi k.fr. r. b. .,,Mi-
..i- huiiii ma innerns .," r
Sf3Y0 Alien S:l$
II!f TV Crown :
NEW-YORK, June "26 (UP)
Television titan Ed Sulliven was
German Iron Curtain Peephole
Promised By East Berlin Reds
atory" but because she ll be spout spout-(
( spout-( ire all of Jean's famous T.ana
"off stage quotes. The Harrow ima
(verlal) are much sippier than
Marilyn has ever produced, t t.
' Mere lowdewn art Marilyn, IneU
"fentaUTi Is emhi fretn another
direction. Beit Lyon who
M is Wloal. HIps her first move
centred when be was tettina
- rector at Fox, Is writing series
. for a London newspaper M
"Hollywood Secrets' One Install Installment
ment Installment tells all about Marilyn, v
books are in
MA IN I after the first day.
Happy movie-going note: Herb
Stein reports a couple of independ independent
ent independent Los Angeles theaters are keep keeping
ing keeping their customers happy with
"Popcorn .Eating .in the Lobby
Only' signs: Another gold star tor
NO POP (National Organization nf
People Opposed to Popcorn) of
which I'm president. Join now
and bear the dialog. ;
. . .
. This Is Hollywood, Mrs.1 Jones:
Jeff Morrow received a fan letter
from -a Texas grandmother that
startled: "This is the first time
I've written a letter to a star since
I wrote to Fredric March after
1 T. . v.. wrote w irvanc miica .aticr
. rul Muni, I ke. ,d.1?.,l: seeing him n a movie with Clara
, nacnea oy- v"- -' i
Aiann w mane n y'r""'
. playing: Mario Lanzas father in
Golden. Voice" when he nurture
wis taken off Warner Bros, sched schedule.
ule. schedule. There's UU A .possibility he
will play the role if the
PaulettS) Geddanl, who didfl t
BERLIN. June X (UP last
German Communists promised to-
1 A Mtalia h tk. S
still the champion of Sundsy nighf-v
nap .k.llAHA WSU IU1UUUUIUA 11 3S WCllUt.
iL.3!....?! ney offered 'to end suU; other
SffftS JtZ m.teh fa thSf Mwir measures taken, against
,for A S'LS the western outpost if the West
Berlin city government, would negr
otiste with the Communist regime
is cast i?erijn.K. ',' :
They said he measures were de
signed 4to lessen tension in Ber
lin." They also were seen as an
attempt to force recognition of
Communist East Juermsny. ; ,. .
. The new Communist pojiry was
announced .in .an editorial Hn the
Communist ', Party newspaper
Neues Deutschland and in a speech
by East Berlin Mayor Friedrich
The Neues Deutschland said the
"mass controls" carried out by
Communist police on the border
between East and West Berlin
should be baited. tiV ;
It also called for a "relaxation"
of controls, on the border between
West Berlin and the surrounaing
Soviet Zone of Germany,
The Cemmtmlsts made it clear,
however, the Iron Curtain weuid
net be eradicated. The Neues
Margaret O'Brien's new1 heart' Is
slmier Dick Kallmsn ts i Otte
Premlnoor's kee stint "ftenleur
Tristesse" as the title for his film
version ef the nevel. His sleaen
will be: "Don't preooonce it
It." . That babyt-alk novelty
itune of the -early 40's, "Three
vsnt try rftim la HollYWOOd fof I iwl. El.k.. t. k..J.J (. ..1
series, soowea P vivsl In "Spring Reunion.:. Bettf
Hutton seys it makes reck, n roll
tn do six half hour flickers lor
British commercial TV. She's been
busy shuttling between Erich Ma Ma-lia
lia Ma-lia Remarque and a course ,-m
economic at a French university.
.t. f .-r-''
Vr.Xi'm mm' MHiilaV vaund St
trts. Lilia Law, is planning a
Hollywood film debut, Her ad ad-v
v ad-v T--n in the "she's wonder. J f
f w Mnurire J
123 U but J-i"-'
ins j lost weight rapidlyv
Leo CesteUe slsned M-y ear-Id
rock V 1 roll sineri Ron Har-
jrave, under personal contract.
r: Makes. his film debut. m Ab.
fcott and Cestelle comedy "Dane
, WHh Me Henry." RHa1 Hey
worth Is "Princess' to Director
' Rob Parrtsh and all the crew em
-the set of "Fire Pewn Below.
' Jessie teyce Landls, who played
Grsre Kelly's mother in two films,
if blushing' over the "Gtandma"'
tag since rumore of Grace's ma ma-mahood"
mahood" ma-mahood" started popping. Now
f laving1 tab Hunter's- mother in
T.ie Girl He Left Behind," Jessie
. Is sticking to her -"Grace married
for love" statements. She told me:
"I guess I'm as close to Grace;
Body Of Smalltime
Cops Quiz Widow"
CHICAGO, June i (CP) -Police
jesterdsy questioned the wi widow
dow widow and a brother ol a smsM-time
hoodlum with big time friends
whose body was found stuffed in info
fo info the truck or his car. ,r ; :
Ralph RizM, 40, had been beat beat-i
i beat-i en and shot in the back, police
said. A cord tised for v e n e t i a n
blinds was tied around his neck,
nd his skull was fractured.
' A sheriff's, deputy found Rizza's
tody in his car Sunday near
Suburban Crete, IB. AV ,' ,','? h
. Chicago police said Ria was
I "fringe- hoodlum" but had pow powerful
erful powerful friends in the -underworld.
They "said his- murder was similar,
td two in 1954, when the syndicate
' apparently applied the same treaty
ment to thugs- who tried to cut in;
on its operations. -
sound like "pure Beethoven."
"NOT m THE SCRIPT: 'Anita
Ekberg, still raving about her Hew
role of Mrs.'Anthony Steeu I am
so" full of Ibve that if you weighed
my heart it would bo excess bag-
gage." , '. .-,
0.C0 TODAY 0.40
-Great Fortune Night
Be et the Luck v Winners
. of these Cash Prlxesr
1st Prize 51CDX3
M i....... MM
4tB ........ 10.00
On the Screen: -Great
Anton Walbreok, hi'
: THE RED SHOES
: In TECHNICOLOR!
i Farley Oraneer .1 s,
Anihnnv Quinn. in
THE NAKED STREET
S:0 4i50 6:50 ?:M B-in.
VlHE ONE fAND ONLY T-'
IN HER UNFORGETTABLE :
, PORTRAYAL ;(V:.,"K
with ROBERT TAYLOR
Two beauties fought I
r t. .?
' M-G-M ariatiiisv
. and . N
i t i n pi m
battle for the most coveted spot
on the airwaves..,. .-.'
The' stone-faced columnist and
the glib comedian pittted star star-studded
studded star-studded casta against each other
last night in opposing, css-tv
and NBC-TV variety shows.
Although Sullivan emerged with
a 24.6 trendex rating. Allen seri
ously challenged the long Sunday
evenine dominance of the colum
nist who celebrated bis eighth an anniversary
niversary anniversary as an electronic impre
Alipn. in his first time uo as an
rW evonina nerformer. picked
up a tenoex raung oi u.o.
was the best showing for an NBC NBC-TV
TV NBC-TV show; barring spectaculars, in
Sullivan's 8 to p.m. time slot
in seven months. He doubled the
rating of the VNBC Comedy Hour
Sullivan and Allen already have
luted un ODDOsinc lalazies W
tr. til An battle next sunaay
Sullivan, who plans a' tribute to
movm director John Huston, has
lrnnH un Cwaorr Peck. Jose Fer
nrnon WeUes. Lauren Bacall,
Edward G. Robinson, Burl Ives,
Peter Lorre, Vmce Price And
his CBS-TV show,
''Allen. will counter "with a show
bun around TV veteran Imogene
Coca, deacon Andy. rifith .and
gyrating Tocat selections- by Ems
msley.'i t .-
.. ." ; r,,;r ru.
Guhmon Holds Up
lUFi A snort neavy-sei gunman
held up a bank in a" busy subur suburbs
bs suburbs shonoinc v e enters- yesterday
and escaped vUh an estimated
The bandit, covering his 1 face
with I blue handkerchief, strolled
itito the Park Plaza State Bank in
St. Louis Park shortly Before noon
and announced "this is a stickup."
Brandishing .45 caliber auto
matic, the dark-complexioned rob
ber ordered Phyllis JUKacn, a ieu
r to nlace monev on a counter.
. Then he went inside the teller's
cage and scooped the cash into a
Deutschland said control still
must be carried out to catch
"amuealara and looeulatora."
Ebert in a soeech said he will
propose to the Fast Berlin City
Assemuy on Wednesday. 'Teiaxa
Hon of measures that : had to be
imposed in Berlin during, the
course of the World War."
But he said the prerequisite for
such a relaxation would be politi
cal talks on a high level between
the East and West Berlin city gov
ernraents. .' v
The West Berlin- city govern
ment has rejected such talks on
the .grounds the Communist gov-;
eminent has no popular base, ine
West will agree only to talks on a
Ebert did not say just what he
Berlin was split into two distinct
eastern and western parts during
the 1948 blockade. The C o m m u
nists halted East-West city trolley
traffic, and East-West city tele
phone communications; split the
power and water networks, made
travel-from West Berlin into the
surrounding Soviet cone extremely
difficult and imposed sporadic con
trola on travel between East and
West Berlin. ( 5.
840 keg., Panama Gty
' Telephone 2-3066 .j
WASHINGTON. June 28 (UP
'Tne Senate Judiciary Committee
has agreed, to vote Thursday on
the long-atalled nomination of So Solicitor
licitor Solicitor General Simon E. Sobeloff
to the- U. S. Court of Appeals., j
- The, committee voted a to 4 to
approve a motion by Sen. Joseph
C. O'Mahoney (D-Wyo.) to fix a
specific date for considering So
Sobeloff was nominated by Pres
ident .isennower for the court
fpost 'lnt July. His -selection stir
red up considerable opposition
from some southern Senators be
cause he successfully argued the
government's public school inte
gration case before-the Supreme
"-ours. v--':-;;. -t j.v
O'Mahoney made the motion aft
er sen. oun D. Johnston (D-S.c.)
started reading another section
from a long statement opposing
Sobeloff s nomination.
The statement criticized Sobe-
loff's role in a Baltimore bankrupt
cy ease 20 years ago. Johnston
hsd read from it at two previous
committee 'sessions. : :
Today, Tuesday, Jane-21
4roo Feature Review i
a-snWhAt' vnnr revorita fre-
nt t.ivn ho nhone! o Mahoney headed a five man
v till 3 00) ''; U- Ijudieiary subcommittee which rec-i
-inK; :r ' -ommended confirmmg Sobeloff.
S!a.i-whaf Your ifitsrlti 'He said yesterday that any fur-
OMte thc eevo, m :
mm PEDRO ROKR
f SIR CEDRi:
WILLIAM HOLDEN -JUNE
Tonight :15 k 1:15
Wednesday to Thursday -"The
Private We ef Major
6:15 8:01 -Dana
Mart Toren 1 1-"SWORD
"SWORD 1-"SWORD IN THE DESERT"
"Tronble In The Glen" -
THE PURPLE MASK
Giri In The Red Velvet
".. Swlnf,,,iS, '; Jj-X
Anne Baxter ;
Rock Hudson .,,.- s
"ONE DESIRE" .t
MARGARITA 8:19 V 1:00
Martin to Lewis
"LIVING IT UP t
Wednesday -' J v
"Adventures ef Sadie" y,
CRISTOBAt 1:15 1 1:55 '.';'
Nina Foch "
Wednesday to Thursday
FARAISQ TDaddy Long Legs"
"Veils ef Bagdad"
"Paris Follifs of 1938"
"Bad Men of Tombstone"
U 111 A
W'k I firi :r- A i TOMORROW (Wed.)'
6 A L O J A THURSDAYf ;
't-, ; X
I r u ;
Ho should weigh twice) as much as no
did. at birth.
H should b ating'somo solid foods.
H should vpy likefy bo sitting up.
tWVJ.i. Milk alone
is hot enough for baby I
: .Nourishing Quaker oats is the ideal milk sup
plmeni There's no seed to buy ipecial foodji
1 for the 'normal lby beeaoae Ouaker oat u a
. wholeeome, easflyiigttted food that is alreadj
ayailable in moot homes.
Quaker oatx is tho ideal ria aoHd food for
- baby. It provides 40 times as much strength strength-"
" strength-" givinj iron as whole milk v .VU times as much
V "body-building protein as fresh bananas. More
'.: iron and protein than eggs,' rice or any other
whole grain cereal.
Your baby dwtervws the beet-QUAKER Oofs
How fo prepare QUAt oafs for iwoy,
... QtiKZ Bottle Peedmg
t SMomroi wait I neahtrt QlUKtt tab
Bring water to a boiladd Quaker eats snd
piece of salt cook 10 to 15 minutes, strain,
' add warm milk or water te the liquid. Stir to
vebtaia daaiiwd consistency, or use as directed
: by your doctor.
Quakes Seeaei Peediag
J tuatwrtt vat I Mseaurs QVAKt eats
Cook as abovo rtrsin dd warm milk or
r water to liquid. Stir to obtain desired eetv
.aisteney or nee as directed by your doctor.
- Qciaflt PorrMr
' St Ktctf Tin)
Mpt ebildrefl orow steei Mps rerirte stey swwnfll
6:00 To be announced
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
- REVIEW (Pabst Beer), r
6:30 Broadway In Review 1
6 :45 Do. It Yourself )'-.-7:00
Interlude For Music
7: IS HOW CHRISTIAN SCI-
' ENCE HEALS'
7;30 VOA Report From. U-8.
8:00-World Of Jass -8:30
Life With The Lyons
9:00 You Asked .For It (re
quests taken by phone
10:30 Musie From Hotel El Pan-
- ama -. -10:45
Tempi. Of Dreams
!ii -nnnnnprt Tmrtur The Ht.ari
Tomorrow Wednesday, Jane 27
6:00 Sign on -- Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken ty
phone till 7:00)
7:30 Momlnp Salon Concert
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ther delay-' would "prevent the
committee from acting on very un
portant tesklation."- ;
. "it a' fiubuster is going to be
conducted against Mr. Sobeloff,
let it be conducted on the floor of
the Senate," O'Mahoney said. :
Sobeloff was named to the Court
of Appeals for. the Fourth Circuit,
Mcmie Credited B
With Reunion Of r
Mother, Children t
NEW YORK. June 26 (UPi (UPi-Mrs.
Mrs. (UPi-Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower yester
day was credited with, reuniting jt
78-year-oH Hungarian mother -end
her two American born children
alter a separation of 34 years.
Airs. Julia Kreauts, who had -tried
vainly for years to leave
Communist Hungary and enter
this country," was aboard the Its
ban liner Vulcania when it dock
ed here today.
She was met by ber two chil children,
dren, children, Mrs. Margaret Papavosilioa
44, Hyattsville, Md., and Stephen
Becker, : 50, Massapequa, N.Y.
The daughter said she appealed
to Mrs. Eisenhower for help in a
letter., two years ago. She said
she was notified by the Stste De
partment last December the ev-.
erything had been arranged lor
her mother's entry.
2 Killed In Riots j
ca, June 26 CUP-j .Two natives
were killed early yesterday in rot
tog in the native suburb of Eva Eva-ton.
ton. Eva-ton. .. .
Some 5,000 Africans were prowl prowling
ing prowling the area, carrying clubs like
those wielded by their tribal an ancestors.
cestors. ancestors. Police armed with sub submachine
machine submachine guns patrolled the area.
Deputy-Police Commissioner PJr-t
Grobler, said the atmosphere i is
The rioting is ah outgrowth, of
the months old refusal of some
Evaton residents to ride o u se s.
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. V By CARL LUNDQUIST
NEW YORK, June 26 (UDThe middle letters
in his name spell k-e-y m-s-ji and make no mistake
about it, MIC K-E-Y Jki-A-N TLE is just that in the
New York Yankee pennant picture right now. This
never was more evident than last night when he col-
' Jwted four hits in a 9-3 victory over, the Athletics
at Kansas City that put the Yankees a fame and
, one-haU of the idle, pesky Chicago White Sox.
.Mantle hit no. homers, even
though the Yankees ; collected
mtf tmo by rookie
bern and one each y HanK
Bauer and .Joe Collin. He re.
malned 14 garnet
Buth's record pace of JW teamen
for 1927 with a total otaVbut
that rigni now
What Mantle did wasto UP UP-aet
aet UP-aet the entire Kansas City line-
plteh. fielders, hitters. D
the tirst inning he tripled to
-In the third tong'
. ii... ..... .taxbftri heavllV a-
rtund the right sideof the dla dla-.
. dla-. rtond, Mantle foiled the shift-by
ttmtlng safely down third in
th fifth he again capitalized on
the maneuvers by beating out a
hit to the man in short center
field, a baU normaUy handled by
; the shortstop, to the sixth .he
got a normal single when .the
snill wu no an-
when Manue d"
b.j iiia alrnifieane at;
Mantle', four Wta waa the 1e
tory. In Chlcaga Mantle wat
topped wtth four jwattered
hits for fear gwea and
Yankees lost afi of them. Ti
and again hat 4ereloped
tbat the Yankees i lw
Mantle Is stopped. That lan't
... .tin 'f';'.' .f
r- .h. w.tlnnnl Tafflie. the
bumptious Braves whojmay have
etsablished a. pact with their
new. manager STea """i
. ..nfhr Mme. won their
Uth Jn a row since he took oven
8-5 against the pnuues wio
had to offset a three-run eighth
4 hnmor h Willis JOnCS to
do It in the ninth a' aaueeze
buht by Del cranaau dtoueho
one run, a sacrifice-fly by Hank
iSrATt iiiivereil another and a
single hyBobby Thomson corn-l
pletea tne conques. w
longest streak v for Milwaukee
it .am infn th Uaeuc and
significantlyperhaps all of
the wins nave pew on v.
C'lWnnati stayed gamea
bac'; In second place with a t t-1
1 t-1 triumph over, the aUddinr
Pirates. Ted KrasiewsU hit Ms
14th hemer In the seventh
and Ray Jabtonski delivered
another ran en sacrifice fly
ae the Reds came from beh'nd
t gain the triumph am- Art
nronklvnn "disolaced ner-
sons,- th Dodgers, who have
distressed their-home fans with
recent Ineptness, went, to theii
Jersey City haven and scored a
3-3 victory over the cuds,, com
Today incanto 25
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Clark Gable, in 1
Xnzlo Pinza, in
TONIGHT WE SING
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CONGO? Chaps. 5 S
"Women from Headquarters'
'Tlrebrandi of Arisona
tag front behind with two runs
In the eigntn on an error, junior
Gilliam's triple and a scoring
fly by Peewee Reese, it was carl
Erskine's first starting win since
his no-hitter over the Giants on
in the only other American
Learue came, the senators de-
featea the Tieers as ueirom a-;.
when Clint Courtney hit a two-,
run homer in tne eigmn. amy.
Hoeft had struck out 10 and
blanked Washington until; the
seventh when he ured.
There wer no other major
league games scheauieo, .y
YESTERDAY'S STAR Mick
ey Mantle of the Yankees who
blasted four hits against a
tricky shift in a 9-3 victory
that increased the'r first place
lead to a game and a half
ever Idle Chicago.
In The Majors
(Bssed on 15 official at bats)
v-'v' NATIONAL 1EAGUE
Player ai4 Chib '. ah t k pet
Bailey. Cincl.- 50 154 28 52 .351'
Boyer, St. L. 63 252 49 85 .337
Moon. St. L. BO 211 40 09 J27
Clemente, Pitts. 52 103 23 53 .325
Lone. Pitts. 60 319 39 71 .324
' AMniCAN HAGUE
Mantle, N. Y. 65 247 63
MaxweU, Det. 52 168 39 61
KuemvDet.- 53200 31 70
Vernon, Bos.3, 48 174 27 59
Mifioso, Chica." 55 194 41 63
Mantle; Yanks i. ; .1
. Berra, Yanks ..v..
, Long, Pirater...
' Boyer, Cards ...
BTJNS BATTXD Of
, Mantle, Yanks
Boyer, Cards .............
Wertz, Indians .........
J J' RUNS :,
Mantle, Yanks Yanks-'
' Yanks-' Lopez; Athletics ..... ...
, Yost, Senators
Robinson, Redlegs . m
' Simpson, Athletics
Ashburn. Phils ;.
. Lemon,' Senators
v (Based on 7 Decisions)
Lawrence, Redlegs . 9
Pierce, White Sox.. 11
Brewer, Red Sox ... 9
Wilson. White Sox ,. 10
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CPvlSTCSAL 2121 e PANAMA 2-2904
; By HERBERT MOISE
Flfl Tom and" his C61onChes C61onChes-terfield
terfield C61onChes-terfield quintet trampled the
Guardia Naclonal basketball
team by a score of 86-51 to
strengthen their hold on second
place and remain half game be behind
hind behind Cigarrlllos Gallitos.
The hard-fientine defendlns
champions will have this whole
week free as they are not sched scheduled
uled scheduled to play until July 2 ajalnsi
Throughout the whole contest
it was evident that the "new
wok". Chesterfield pattern of
play was In effect as Tom did a
good Job of inserting and remov
ing nis piayers to extract max maximum
imum maximum efficiency from them." sc
much so that no player outshone
the other, the 8G points bcii:g
distributed almost evenly. Only
Peltynovich. Pomares and Tav-
lor scored in the double figures
wun ie, 14 and 12 points, respectively.
Carlos Hyacinth Joins Smokers
Another" member of last year's
championship team, Carlos Hya Hyacinth,
cinth, Hyacinth, rejoined the Smokers last
Saturday following his return
from Austin, Texas, to spend the
summer vacation with his par
ents in Colon. He made the var
sity basketball team of the Hus-
Toward I. L Lead
On MarkeH's Arm
NEW YORK. June 26-(UP)-
The Rochester Red wings are
driving towards the top in the
International League, and they
figure to maKe it it the "rubber"
holds out in Harry (Duke) Mar-
Kell's right arm.
The durable pitcher, who was1
born in Paris, France, made hi.
30th appearance of the season
Monday night a winning one aft
er taking over for starter Gary
oeiger in the trurd inning. Alt Alter
er Alter permitting the Richmond Vir Virginians
ginians Virginians to tie the score, Markefl
sat by and' watched his mates
move over tne winning run in1
the bottom of the ninth. I
Markell' picked up the win,1
his fifth of the year in eight de-j
cisions,, wnue ai cicotte, v,wno
took dver for starter Ed Cere Cere-ghin
ghin Cere-ghin in the fifth, was tagged
with the loss. The same was the
72nd of the season for the Red
Wings who now trail the nace-
setung Montreal Royais by two
The Toronto Maples outlasted
the Havana Sugar Kings, 6-5, In
11 innings and the Buffalo Bi Bisons
sons Bisons defeated the Columbus
Jets? 41, in the only other games
piayea. : ,
Tunis v. v
St. Louis .
.TODAY'S GAMES ..
Chicago at Brooklyn (N) ,-.
St Louis at New York (N)
Milwaukee at Philadelphia (N)
' Cincinnati at Pittsburgh. N)
(Nhrht Gamer .
ClncinnaU 000 000 200 J 9 1
Pittsburgh 010 000 000 1 S C
Fowler (5-7) and Bauey.
Kline (6-7). Face and Kravitz
FIRST PHOTO-FINISH AT NEW TRACK The modern up-to-date photo -fralsli-camera,
catches Luis H. Farrugia's Chilean-bred router Lucky test as he flashes by the finish line of
the new multi-million dollar President Remon race track. The tryout was held before a large
crowd Sunday morning. Among those on hand were President Ricardo Arias, President-elect Er-.,
nesto de la Guardia Jr., Minister of the Treasury Major Alfredo Aleman and track manager AR;
berto de Obarrio. Work on the new track has been completed and the opening date will be an-:
, ,i r : i , s ; nounced soon. . -.
Dave SimeBiicl Held To Get
2nd Chance In Olympic Trials
losalo; To Go On
Far Eastern Tour
NEW YORK. June 26-(UP)-
Llghtweight contender Ludwlg
Lightburn who broke rugged
Jake Josato's. winning streak at
seven straight last night, said
today he hoped to accept anoth another
er another TV fight at St. Nicholas Are
na, July 30, before touring the
Slender Lightburn of British
Honduras won a majority 10 10-round
round 10-round decision over Josato. stoc
ky Philadelphia welterweight, at
St. Nick's last, night But Ludwig
sunerea a six-sutch gash on
his right brow that suspends
him automatically tor 30 days.
- He.weignea 139 .pounds to
140 Vi for Josato,-who had con
tracted to register no more than
141. Each is 22. It was josato's
New York debut.- -
Promoter Teddy Brenner said
today he would .like to pair
Lightburn and L. C. Morgan of
Youngstown, o., lor "ruooei
match"! at st nick's orrjuiy so.
Each won a decision In their
two previous bouts. v :
Manager Allie Clarke expects
cable'd confirmation within 24
hours that Lightburn will start
Aug. 1 on a Far-Eastern tour
which will include at least five
fichts in Honolulu. Manila. To
k?o and Osaka in Japan, and
Bankkok In Thailand. f ,;
: 2000 spotiets reoms
Sensible rates ktdude
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CabM Address: THETAFT
NEW YORK, June (UP) -Two
of Amirice't top track and
firUd athltttt Dave Slme end
Bud Htld-will go to tho Olym Olympic
pic Olympic trials on a rain-chock.
Simo already had qualified for
tho 100-meter trials, but an in injury
jury injury prevented him from qua-,
li tying at 200-moteri. Hold w a
tho world rocord-holdor" in the
javelin until Saturday, but ho
didn't qualify in the National A A-A
A A-A U Championships because of
an oarly-toaton operation.
Tho United States Olympic
Committee decided Sime and
Hold should get a chance, any.
way. So thoy will join some 300
others in the Olympic trial trial-Friday
Friday trial-Friday and. Saturday at Lei. An-,
Strong competition and inju injuries
ries injuries hit two othor sprinters Lin
dy Romigino-the surprise win.
nor of the' Olympic hundred -in
1952-didnt qualify for tho trials
in his specialty. But Romigine
did make the grade for the 200-
Ail today's men s doubles are
first round." t,4 -x-n..
1st round: Miss S. G. Waddington,
South Africa, beat Miss Janet Mor.
gan, Britain, 6-4 4-6 9-7.
2nd round: Mrs. iZusi Kormoc-
Louise Brough Advances
To Wimbledon 3rd Round
WIMBLEDON, 'June 26 (UP) -vidson. U.S.. beat Mrs.
Louise Brough, United Mates, bea ibrandsson-Sanden, Sweden 8-6 7-5.
Jean Forbes, South Africa, 6-0 6-0. Lew Hoad and' Ken Rosewall
in their second round match of the Australia, beat Lawrence Bar
womens singles of the Wimbledon clay and Paul Willey, Canada, 6-1
cnampionsmps. com piayers arew.e-i e-z.
ui uie ursi rouna.
Second round: Mrs. Beverly
Baker Fletix, U.S., beat Miss Pi
lar Barrial, Spain 6-4 6-3. -First
round: Miss Ann S h t
cock, Britain, beat Miss Use Bud-
uig, Germany 6-3 6-2.
Second Round: Gem Hoahing,
Britain, beat Jennifer Edmond Edmond-son,
son, Edmond-son, Australia 6-4 6-2.
First round: Miss Hazel Moor-
ley, Britain, beat. Mrs, P. C.
Bramby, Britain 7-5 6-4.
Second round: Mrs. E. Gaustafs-
son, bweden, beat Mrs. Leisl Broz,
Austria, 6-2 7-5.
Second round: Miss Shirley
Bloomer, Britain, ; beat Miss J
Knight, Britain, 6-0 6-0. '
First round: Mrs. Pearl Pan-
Britain, beat Miss Antes Gibb,
Britain, 6-4 6-3;
Second round: Mrs. Lisa Gram
Anderson, Denmark, beat Mr. J.
Kemsey.Bourne, Britain, 6-4 6-1,
First round: Angela Mortimer,
Britain, beat Mrs Thelma Long.
Australian 8-4 4-6 6-3. i t
First round: Mrs. Barbara Da-
meter" tryouts. Jim Oollidsy Oollidsy-anothor
anothor Oollidsy-anothor record-holding tprinttr
missed out ontiroly m the A-A-U
championships durmg the week,
.end.. .... .... .
Li& To SbSv;g$
Mil Jlastitii iii
" KEW YORK, June 26 (UP)
Owner .Rex Ellsworth says Swaps
is at the mercy of the handicappers
irom now en.;v.?.v. ,f
SwaD ran the mDe end ooe-16th
in a record one-minute, 39 seconds
flat while carrying 130-p quads
Saturday. The week before; Swaps
set another, world record for the
mile. .one-minute.. 33 and one-
B. G u 1 J. fulh, seconds. ;
Ellsworth: said": rWe'rer nominar-
uig Swaps for the $75,000 Ameri
can Handicap July Fourth et Hol
lywood fark. But whether he runs
depends on the weight assigned
mm oy tne nanaicappers. 7 :-
He added mat Swaps probably
win run u tne sioa.ooo Hollywood
uoia cup juiy 14. me .1955 Kea
tucky Derby winner already
zi, Hungary, beat Mrs. Nelly Hop-' 0610 r .assfgne 130-pounds for that
kan, AustraUa 6-1 K ,. rv
First Round: -.Mini' Parf H t J VV--.-4.!&Pf'lh--:
Rit.in k..t m;.. it- Ellsworth i1so sfli.t- WtV." nnt
Britain 6-3. 6-2.. - ? .duckimr 'Nashua.: We s will .-pe Fearon, B.
Sfi SII'ISI I N ae. mm,,
tflitor: CONRAOO SARCEAMT
-550 3ft Cleveland
5 Baltimore ;
(Nlrht Game) -!
Chicago 200 000 0002 9
Brooklyn 100 000 02x 3 4
Boston at Chicago N) v'
-; New York at Kansas City (N)
Washington at Detroit (N)
Baltimore at Cleveland (N) ; i
' YESTERDAY'S RESULTS ?.
New York 400 122 tWO-9 J4 1
Kansas City -200 100 000-3 9 2
Kucks (10-3), and Berra.
Herrlage (1-7), S a n 1 1 a go,
Shanta, McMahan and Thomp Thompson.
(1-2), Lown and Lan
Ersklne (4-8). Labine
Walker, Campanella. k .
2 Washington 000 000 230 S 10
0 Detroit 000 300 000 S 7 1
Pascual (3-7), stone and Fits
Hoeft (8-5), Maas,. : Mastersoo
and House. ,
Milwaukee 010 101 023-8 11 2
Philadelphia 100 010 030-4 7 1
Buhl (8-3). BDahn and Rice.
S Miller (3-4), Haddix and Lo-
;Only fames scheduled.
, Only games scheduled. ,('.
. GOOD OLD DAYS
ST- LOUIS (NBA) Hugh Duf.
fy, whose record of hitting .300 or
better in all four major Jeaguel
in which he played stui stands,
started his career in 1884 for 35 a
week, in a Rhode : Island profes professional
sional professional league.. .A .,,
Elks League Basketball
Dolan, W. .. ..
Watson, J. . 1
Womble, T. ,. .
; Totals : -74 -v U t U 41
'-fj'-&'- Wolverines -. : i"
Mead, R. .. ..
Delgado, P. .i
Lagassle, A. ..
16 7 14 39
Barbara, A. .. ..
Kiruand. G, ......
Schock, M. .. .. .. .
Cunningham, E. .. ..
4 f ft pf t
. .10 I 3 28
16 13 11 45
RtwnnA m.m. ifie. f.n u.-i lEiac to meet Nashua-' ami, nt a iteyes, 1
r:. tfHari tn
ler. Australia, heat Miu rjilip'cn"nce to see again a Swans can Marnier, v,
Monnot,, France, fr-3. 6-2.i ', -. t! hlm .UM the. K t n-
Geoffrey Ward and L J. W a r. meeting comes
wick, Britain, walked eve' into' ,Wttl;due.ouwe'ef events,
second round when J.-Allen Mo wU1 be glad Jo: see it liappen.
ns and Billy T a 1 b er t, U.S.,
Second round: Mrs. Betty Pratt,
United States, beat Miss Marion
Craig-Smith, Britain, 6-4, 6-3.
Roger Becker and Michael Da Da-vies.
vies. Da-vies. Britain, beat Eduardo Arson,
Uruguay, and Ivo Pimental, Vene-
iuela 7-5, 9-7, 6-3.
Second round: Angela- Buxtoe,
Britain, heat Suzanne Le Besna-
rais, France, 6-4, 6-0.
For Cd2j:nl$ lir
FiSis.ii 3 Tc.rnMisl
Tournament chairman Ken "Mid-
dleton of the Panama Rod aV Reel
Club has -announced that 'fueling
and ice will be available at Cocos
ri. and Fin as say from June, .29,
July 30 for participants 1n the 4;h
International Mar)in and "Sailiish
Tournament. There will belno cash
sales for these items, hut chits
will be given out which can be
paid to the Qub. after one's fish-
in? trip is over, ;
. Frank Violette will be official
weighm aster at -the Balboa Yacht
NEW YORK. June 26-(UP)-. move, within .one and a haIfiM6n. w-. -.aj-hi- .4 t
Manager Bucky Harris of the, game of the league-leaders.- r- Ido-k- t- v. ,ur ihat h. m h-
ngcrs may w wey ouj. -..imj r wmw. oox onnea.; prMent to supervise-the wciehinB
is "very unhappy" with Detroit s pitching did itisald .Marion.
Spike Briggs May Fire
Alahager Bucky Harris
-: j .... : 1 .. n. .. j. t .j .rT 1 '. ... J
nresent losine streak. The H
gers went into their night game
today with a nine-game losing
streak. .... '--'iA
"I dont think its the fault; of
the players,"; said .. Briggs. "A
change has to be made." Briggs
said he couldn't fire Harris un until
til until club ownership has been set settled.
tled. settled. The Tieers are on tr
block, and bids for the team will!
It was terrific
- ' ..
The National League race
which has been Us tightest in
history has opened up in the
past few days. The Milwaukee
Braves have won eleven straight
since Fred Haney toot: over as
manager and now lead the Red
legs by two games.' I v
in other baseball news, Don
Wlnklpsky, D. .
16 6 10 36!
In the first name .. Thursday
night, the Badcrers defeated the
Wolverines by the score of 41-39.
Again in this game as in weir
last, the Badgers had to come the Yankees.
from Behind in the second half
In order to claim ..their victory.
During the second half.' the
Badgers played a better b-nd
of ball than in tie fir 1 1 1
that the looic? ,uive ; f
played very well. For the I iz-
eri, o.. sutneriand scored 19
points, and P. Delgado led the
losers with 17 points. ... r
In the second vame. the Wild.
cats defeated the Hawkeyes by a
score of 49-36.. In a game which
was very close for three periods.
in ne iinai pcrioa, tne wild
cats, sparced ov R. Barbara.
out-played the -Hawkeyes. For
tne wuacau, k. Barbara scored
28 points, and for the Hawkeyes,
D. Winklosky scored 20 points..
Tonight's games, will find the
Wolverines meeting the Wild Wildcats
cats Wildcats In the first contest at 7:00
p.m., and the Badgers meeting
the Hawkeyes in the second at
BROOKLYN (U The f ik ik-lyn
lyn ik-lyn DWtn hM auHitUtr Dick
William le the lakimerC OrMea
' waivars, s
; DETROIT (UP)' Marl e.n e
Bauer Hagge won the 'ladies
P.G-A. championship m a sud sudden
den sudden death playoff with Patty
Bert of St. Andrews, Sail.
CHICAGO (UP) Dave Phillev
of the White Sox was fined $250
by the American League for a
fight in Saturday's game with
la addition to the Yacbt Club.
mere win oe weignmg lacinues at
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ARMY BOXERS light welterweight Ron Adams (left) of toe'
7406tW AIJ start barrage of body punches that proved the
SngAof HlS White, B" Btry 764th AAA Bn. won
on it tko In 1-25 of the second stanza. The bout was one 01
eieht held at Fort Dava gym Friday night as part of an ellm ellm-SoS
SoS ellm-SoS touSeVtoSmine the Army Atlantic boxing aquad.
1 ..... ii. it., nn.hnn Kamfton. must be
convuiced that swinging from s We ef the plat depend-
ing on, whether-he Is sneering at a left HKM
nitrher Is to his adtantsge, or else he would play ""a"
' i th! foune Yankee star can't be positive on account o
benertotrieTitny other way .gatart professional pltenmc,
?nd therefore ta Wable to present lactual evidence to the con-
Uiii"iicr leftV Mantle Is, of course, closer to first base, an
bfi&l tenefittoaMe In beating out what ; the uadc
SleThlts. But the contest he's Involved in has little ta do
with 3t& it conceit muscle.. v specifically, it has to do with
Babewas SB if orthodoxy. In his case, be alwaya swung
?" SfurTud ht hit left-handers equally as well as
more than a chaste cousinly relationship with two of the better
Zerican Leatol ieft-hanlers, W-n Jgft
ff whom he hit 17 homers, and Eari YYhltehlU of the iwi
Sf:wKwtaik an even dosen. Ie' h i
Walberg was the most the Babe hit oft,, an "cher, light or
le"'ln exDloring the Babe's record 60, 1 find that he hit 40 off
rlsht"hand DUchl, 20 off left-hand pitching, and since he
faced rfw g eater number of right-hander, than left-handers,
the percenVge of Ms success against e lftter w undouoced undouoced-ly
ly undouoced-ly much higher than the 4(p20tally might end .to Imply, j-
;':outdW'Bab have done better If, like Mantle,-he had
- swung from either side of the plate? What could he possMy
have gained? All pitchers looked alike' to him as it was The
conventional picture of the Babe is that-of pie- aced, girth.
. v ..t mass 'of blubber, who either struck out furioustf oi
,t t (,:.. !ri:.t-ihe next county. ,..v,..
-Ti. i s' a slanderous caricature whicn the younger fan gen
i i.. t, iAit nit consummate skill as a
oration' is otti my nuvuu w .
- batsman JJ?&
which he nil! over ly.iuwuuuiK -- ----
! W Snk: was the best! T at' least the second
best. .Vbunter In the AL tot years? The Babel '- And an tne
' sfluees he was fool proof. He was on his own at the plate, and
' his nreference naturally was the full cot, but against the Tigers,
s when Ty Cobb managed them, he frequently bunted to iqueec
situation. His explanation was that It caused Cobb. V who was
5 quite likely the very best bunter. . to flush an angry -red that
extended U the way to the region of the fiery Georgian's hip
' pockets. yvj y' :'r':':.:';':1: :'" ':-r.:',...JJ.
i it ttoi Babe nad beeftsatisnea w go ior ow wut, iku-
less of 'dimensions, I nonesuy Deueve ne wuuju "'UV7! WI
better year after year, And if he had been the kind who kett
in fiddle-fit shape and applied his enormous talents more ear earnestly,
nestly, earnestly, Mantle's objective today would be much more forbidding
man n ; .- N ; v
EARLY OR LATE
The year the Babe got his 60, he did It the hard way. Go Going
ing Going into July he had hit only 25, as against 30 in. 1920, when Le
totaled 54. and 80 in 1923, when his season's production again
reached B"aDe got in September (five in the last week
was, as lust possibly you may have heard, the decisive factor
In his record. Accordingly, all hopeful successors are now grave gravely
ly gravely warned that without a similar finishing kick they are doom;
ed' Not necessarily. The "significance of the Babe's 17 is over over-stressed.
stressed. over-stressed. A remarkable performance,' to be sure, but a more
consistent gait would have made it altogether unnecessary. The
following year the Babe had 41 going Into August, and was
seven ahead of even his record pace. But this time he had ne
finishing kick, hitting six in August and a mere seven in Sep-
: tember. .:'..- .-v : "m "'''.'i
I've seerl Kentucky Derbies where a horse got so far out in
front he Just coasted through the stretch. If the unshorn Sam
' son doesn't need 17 in September, he won't have to worry about
getting 'em, will he?-
By JIMMY BKESLW
PiBch-bitting for Hirrr Grayson
NEW YORK (NEA) When Er
nie Banks, the Chicago Cubs' uun
thumper, was in the Negro leagues.
he got into the habit of never swing
ing at the first oitcn.
Banks now is ia ms uura run sea
son as a major leaguer, a top play
er in a game where fractions of
an inch are fought over and where
every little item is grabbed in the
endless search for an edge on the
other guy. 1
Yet Banks still steps into me
box and remains motionless as that
first pitch Comes toward him.
There isn't a National League
pitcher who doesn't know this.
When Banks is up they try and
pour that first one right down the
pipe, eaten the piate anq you re
one-up. Banks won t swing.
THIS VOULD SEEM, on paper,
to it a sanalotish fault, The 4act
that it still is in Banks' repertoire
makes it a felony against baseball,
you'd think. Ty Cobb or Rogers
Hornsbv would have a few cioice
words en this flaw ana today s ma
jor league ballplayer in general.
in Banks were playing is or
even 1939 type basenau, mere
would be reason to utter negative
phrases on Banks and his' play playmates.
mates. playmates. The calendar, however,
tells us that the year is 1956 and
you let Banks take the first pitch
for just as long as he pleases.
Banks hits home runs. He snap
ped his wrists and shot 40 balls out
uf the playing area last year. This
season, be is off to his usual slow
start, but indications are that he
will be close or thereabouts to that
0) figure when the season ends.
THIS CONSTITUTES the cash
ier's window on tne lUDiecc ine
tine points of the game, those deli
cious hits oi strategy we oiu-um-era
made their living on, have been
(aiscarueu, along witu rou-your-
own tobacco, z-i tinai scores ana
30-mile speed limits. The hit-and-run
play, to illustrate, is some
thing you see only now and then.
A stolen base? Who steals when
the next guy up can hit one out of
the parky ...
Today, they hit the long ball.
They go for it on every pitch, It
seems, xnat s wny a smart Base Baseball
ball Baseball man like Stan Hack, the Cubs'
manager, won't open his mouth a a-bout
bout a-bout Banks' flaw.
"If he I kes to take the first
pitch, that's okay with me," Hack
says.- "I wouldn't dare change his
style. He nas too niucn natural ani anility."
lity." anility." - . 4 i-
1 BANKS THOUGHT THEY would
change him when he reached the
"I tot into the habit early
ana I tbougnt I'd better get out of
it when I came to tne uids. ne
xav. "But nobodv said a word
And I feel comfortable doing it So
I iiist 'keeD takin."
It is the same everywhere. What
manaeer would dare to order Mic
kpv Mantle to hit behind Jthe run
ner? Men have bees out of jobs I
for thin? like that. '
Hank Greenbcrg, the Cleveland
general manaeer. points this out.
"Kvervbodv hits homers today be
cause everybody tries for. them,"
"THE BALL OR THE BAT Isnt
making the homer runs today. It's
the attitude. And don't tell me it's
the pitching. When I played, every
pitcher had a good curve and a
fast ball. Take Red Ruffing and
Lefty Gomes of the Yankees.
That's aU they had.
"Today the pitchers have that
STILL PREACHING Preacher Roe is teaching these
Searcy, Ark., Little Leaguers how to grip a curve bait-not
:, a spitter. The Preacher still dons his old Brooklyn uniform -and
works two days a week with a summer camp team.
By BEANS REARDON -24
Years ia National League
Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: What's the differ
ence between obstruction and in
terference? Jules Rahin.
Answer: A baserunner is on on-structed
structed on-structed by a fielder not in pos possession
session possession of the ball. A baserua baserua-aer
aer baserua-aer may, in the judgement of an
mpire, interfere with a field fielder
er fielder who Is going for ball or
making a play.
o Can a defensive team align
itself and then, as the pitch is be being
ing being made, have one fielder scoot
to another position, in the same
style as-a football man-in-motion?
Bob Curtin. ;;
; A. Not if It Is done to dcliber.
atelv distract the batter. The
Chicago- White Sox tried this a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Ted Williams at Boston,
having Third Baseman Fred
Hatfield move to short as the
pitch was made. The umpire rul ruled
ed ruled the move illegal.
BAKERSFTELD. Calif. (TJP1-
Natlonal A.A.U. track and field
championships concluded with
one world record set. one eoual
led, and eight A.A.U. records set.
CLEVELAND (UP) Bom
Mighty, '16-1 shot, upset Preak-
ness champion Fablus by one
length In the rain In the $45,340
Ohio Derby at Thistle Downs.
IN6LIWOOD, Calif W)
Swap ft a new war la record of
I :)9 for a milt at' liitMnth in
winning the $52,250 Inglewted
Handicap at Hollywood fark.
KANSAS CITY. Mo. (UP)
Kansas City A's purchased
pitcher Jack 'McMahan from
Pittsburgh for slightly more
than the $10,000 waiver price
STANTON, Del. n (UP)-- Calu
met Farm's Mlz Clementine won
the $37,300 New Castle Handicap;
second leg of the distaff Big
raree, at Delaware rark.
NEW YORK (UP) Christia Christiana
na Christiana Stable's Thlnkinc Can. upset
slider, a big pitch. They're better favored Fisherman in the Sty-
equipped. Today's pitching is the
best it ever has been. But all bat batters
ters batters go for the big one. Even your
six, seven ano e'K'u "lcu-
why you see so many of them.
So Banks will still take that first
pitch. And nobody will really care.
Not as long as he can reach the
seats. Because it's 1958, not 1936. :
mie Handicap at Belmont Park.
" (EDITOR'S NOTE: At DeSan DeSan-tls
tls DeSan-tls is the sptrt editor tf the
Schtntctady, N.Y., Union-Star.
But his stary wtuld b the same
no meMer where he lives. Al has
son who made hit Little
League ttam this year. Here is
a father's view ef what a sen's
first baseball game Is like.)
By AL DeSANTIS
SCHENECTADY N.Y. fNEAl
Thert was a hastily-scribbled note
on the dresser requesting my at at-tmriinrt
tmriinrt at-tmriinrt t th nnrninff nf the Nis-
kayuna Little League sesson and
that was one l couian t auck, es
pecially wnen tne posi-scnpi saia,
"Don't disappoint me."
It w lifned bv Warren De-
Santis, a nice little kid who's been
hanging around the house for 10
years. I knew wnat tnis game
meant to hiin. He had been pound pounding
ing pounding a pocket in his glove all win winter,
ter, winter, figuring that would remedy
the latter part of his good-hit, no no-field
field no-field reputation with, the neigh-
hnrhuwi Kid, inn ne narm i new a
night since they told him he made
h foam last week.' ...
I knew, too, that the "Greens
Ice Cream Uniform crowaea san san-U
U san-U Claus as the biggest thing in his
young life. .
n eive It s nlsce of honor in his
bedroom. His "good clothes" were
strewn here ana mere, viewing
with scuffed shoes, sneakers, yo
ttacshill matrazlnea and pic
ture's of the Kansas City A's, his
favorite bau team, for cnoice reat reat-ing
ing reat-ing spots. But thst uniform hung
cnntiexslv clean and unruffled in
. m . ;
all its majesty.
Don Zlmmer of the Brooklyn
Dodgers suffered a fractured
left cheekbone when struck by
a nltch thrown by Hal Jeffcoat
OKtJlHOMA CITY. Okla. (UP)
Charley Coe won the Trans-
Mis3issippi amateur gon cimiu cimiu-ninn.hin
ninn.hin cimiu-ninn.hin with an 11 and S vic
tory over Ronnie Wenzler tjf
Memphis, Tenn. , ..
KUHMOININ, rinland (U)
Stini NikklM tf Fbilaed tened
the rali fttt, 9V4 inehte
tt break a world record held by
lud Held tf the United States.
- 1 Warren DeSantls
The lineups are announced and
Warren isn't .pitching, where they
usually put the best ballplayers on
these Little League teams. He's in
right field, where they generally
spot the kid who barely makes the
I know he esn hit and I know
be can't field. 1 envision him in increasing
creasing increasing the run production for
both side. Well, if be bats in four
runs and lets in three, that's still
a one-run edge for his team,, isn t
The Greens bat first aiamst Mi
en Boy's Shop. The first four bat
ters get on, one run is ia and Was
ren comes to bat with the bases
loaded. His old man looks at th
fences, guesses they're not too fag
and imagines the ball sailing over
for' a jackpot home : run. Jul
Warren strikes out.
The team keens hit tin I furiously
and Warren gets another chanCei
to bat in the inning. He fans nJ
gain."'-- -. r. i
Second inning and Warren s u
for the third time. He lines oacr
foul over thr fence behind flrrC
base, then pops up to second. Thiv
prompts his father to remark ttre;
kids is getting the range. '
Fourth Inning and three on. The
pitcher strikes him out for tho
third time. ,' 1 ve
Fifth inning, someone replace
Warren in right field. His work
for the night is over; Pretty soon
tne game is ended,' with warren
team a 17-0 winner. He whoops 4t
up half-wSy home,- then realizetr
bis limited contributions and turns.
His cocker spaniel, "Spunker.lti
is waiting for him on the porehi'
The boy pets him, whispers, i'l,
struck out three times."-
Boy and dog walk into theyard.i
Shadows slide over to hide theus
It was to have been a" florious
LONDON (UP) Leuhe Breufh
tf geverly Hill. Calif., ted Shirley
Fry of St. eteliburf, Fla., wtn the
wemen's deublet in the Ltnde
rats court! tennii cbimpitnihip.
BROOKLYN (UP) Infielder
MONZA. Italv (UP) iPeter
Collins and Mike Hawthorne of
Britain,? in a Ferrari, won the
Supercortemaggiore 1.000 kilo
meter road race with an average
speed of 121.08 mph.
WENTWORTH. England (XTP)
Ben Hogan of the United
States and Peter Thomson of
Australia tied for the first round
lead in the Canada Cup golf
matches at 68.
PHILADELPHIA (UP) Dick
Mayer of St. Petersburg, Fla.
won the Philadelphia Dally News
upen son tournament in a sua
den death playoff with Bud Hoi
scher of Apple Valley, Calif.
TREATING HIMSELF Dave Sime, Duke's record-cracking
k 5PV,'Jte,r; f,ve hlmsetf ""! bath treatment at Oaklani
':' ?llf- e hopes it will ease a pulled leg muscle in time for the
Olympic Trials at Los Angeles. June 29-30.
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'EVEN HORSEMEN (In this case horsewomen) must show visitor's pass at the Fort Amador
gate. Checking the passes are Marine Pfc. Willlam'H. Baker left and Army Pfc James W. Key,
(second from right). The pretty riders are (left to right) Tommie Morris, Betey Worton, Mrs.
Joseph E. Morrlssey, Jr., and Penny Webb, all members of the Albrook Riding Club. Through the
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Spirist4rWhb Embezzled, Three Million
Gefs 0 Years For Book-Juggling Acts
' NORFOLK. Va.,' June 26 (UP)
' Minnie C. Mangum, the plump
; mlddleaged spinster whose
'book-Juggling ruined a building
'and loan association, drew sen
tences of 20 years in prison yes
iterdav for embezzling-nearly 3
ImilUnn dollars.- s'
' She immediately started tier
? Journey to the women's prison
Harm, 'S-''' f.
The 52-year-old former loan
company officer stood grim and
: silent to hear Corporation Court
- Judge H. Lawrence Bullock read
her punishment. She was con convicted
victed convicted bv a lury earlier on one
Indictment for lying to. the Vir-
ctnla State Corporation commis
. slon and pleaded guilty to .other
' Indictments for embezzlement.
' Sentences on both were spelled
out. Much of her sentence Is on
: 'a concurrent basis. :
Miss Mangum admitted that
i sbe toot money from the Com Commonwealth
monwealth Commonwealth Building and Loan
Assn. oveic a 22-year period and
' passed It cut In the form of
, tfts and loans to friends, rel rel-atives
atives rel-atives and to worthy causes.
- She lived unpretentiously her herself,
self, herself, having simple tastes
Bullock read the sentences
after hearing a probation of II
He gave her a 10-year sen
tence, recommended bs the la
last rhonth, then added another ; Until last December, Miss
mangum was one of tbe most
respected women of her com community.
munity. community. She was well-known
and loved for her benevolenc benevolences.
es. benevolences. Authorities believe she gae
almost all of the money to
inenas ana relatives.
10 years, to Tun i consecutively
on counts charging; embezzle embezzlement
ment embezzlement of $1,082,968. '.-v v
Bullock also gave Miss Man Man-gum
gum Man-gum two-year prison sentences
on each of U other counts in including
cluding including forgery, lying and em embezzlement,
bezzlement, embezzlement, but specified that
they would, run concurrently
with the second ,i; 10 year sen sentence.
tence. sentence. -'
v Thue she- will receive, total
sentences of 42 years, lumped
Into a 20 year period. She will
' not be eligible for parole untl
after she serves five years.
Miss Mangum showed little
emotion as she listened to Bul
lock reading the sentence. She
shook her head when the Judge
asked if she had any comment
to make before he passed sen
tence. 1 ; :, ;
She wore a simple navy blue
dress with ."white accessories!
gh tricked t photographers
who waited at a side door, be
lieving she mieht make an en
trance to the court through that
door. She walked in the front.
. Until yesterday. Miss Man
gum had been free on $50,000
bond. But after the sentence
was pronounced, she was taken
in custody by three plainclothes
officers and led away. She will
enter the Goochland, Va. state
prison farm for women near
ry which convicted her of lying Richmond.
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The two decades of thlevlnsr
came to light last December
wnen a team of federal auditors
descended on the Common Commonwealth
wealth Commonwealth Building and Loan Assn.
where Miss Mangum had work-
cu as neao bookkeeper.
A CneCK Of the firm'. hnnV.
turned up shortages amounting
w i,B83,wo. ine Federal sav
ings ana Loan Insurance Corp.
which made good 1 all of the
shortage has a series of suits
pending -in an effort to regain
some of the money Miss Mangum
ills! Wins ttih ;
Tax Prolesl Staged
PARIS, June 26 (UP) Premier!
uuy Aiouei won a vote of confid.
ence from the National Assembly
today on his proposal to raise tran transport
sport transport taxes. : .. ; .:
French truckers immediately pro
iesiea py iormmg roso Diocks with
their vehicles, t...,?..
Juming motorists were stopped in
their tracks for two hours in the
soutn ox ranee oy everything from
pickup trucks to tractor-trailers.
French farmers pulled the same
stunt in protest to a tax measure
uirougnout the country last month
with wagons and bales of straw.
The Assembly gave Mollet their
support on the first of two tax mea
sures on which he staked the life
of his government for the 19th ami
20th time. He was regarded as cer
tain to win the second vote also.
' 'a wmm m: x
"Let the people know the truth and the country it Abraham Uncoln.
PANAMA, R. TUESDAY. JUNE 28, 195
Hope Seen Of Averting Steel Strike;
Negotiators Deadline Is Saturday
NEW YORK- June 28 (UP)
Deadlocked "Big Three" steel
wage negotiators met In crucial
sessions today with hopes of
reaching a compromise : agree
ment oeiore tne June so strike
Th four-man negotiating
teams resumed their efforts to
stave off a crippling strike of
some 650,000 steelworkera at
midnight Saturday. S
Union sources in Pittsburgh
reported that prospect of a
settlement before the June 31
deadline were "highly optinv's-
tic." r-;i .'.v
' "I would take yonr bet that
we will have a settlement,
possibly by the 28ih," a onion
ff icial said.
And another hint that a com
promise may be In the works
came from remarks made by a
management negotiator yester
John Morse, represen ting
uewienem eieei, saia me maui maui-try
try maui-try was standing pat on its five
year no strike offer but that
nobody should rule out "sur
"Anything can happen In neg-. price of steel would be Jacked
otiations.' he said.
John A. Stephens, chief nego
tiator for U&: Steel, said "we
cannot see how we can accom
plish David McDonald's, objec
tives unless they are spread over
a live-year period."
McDonald heads tho b 1 g
steelworkers union which has
rejected the companies' offer a
. Morse said there would be a
substantial Increase in steel
prices if the union gets more
. Experts est'mate that K the
anion settled for a 21 cents an
hear package increase the
CZ Gym Ccnfracts,
Control Tower Job
Awarded By Caiial
Bids were opened this week by
the Panama Canal Company for
additions to gymnasiums at Ancon
and Paraiso, and removal of the
control tower from the Civil Af
fairs Building. : ; ;
Proposals were accepted under
two separate items for the gymna
shim work. Dillon and Hickmsn
made a low bid of $11,817 for the
construction of a toilet building at
the Ancon gymnasium. A low bid
of 823,000 for the construction of a
toilet and shower building addition
for the Paraiso gymnasium was
submitted bv Isthmian Constrctors.
Allen M. Houx, submitted a low
bid of 81,675 for removal of the con control
trol control tower from the Civil Affairs
Building on Gaillard Highway. Re Removal
moval Removal of the existing control tow
er and re-roofing of the third floor
roof deck constitute this work,
The control tower has been oc occupied
cupied occupied by the Canal Zone Govern Government
ment Government since air facilities were mov
ed to Tocumen National Airport.
it nart of thi onainai nuuaing
constructed several years ago and
first used as the Canal Zone Air
Terminal. r,y r-vJ"-
Britain Will Cut
By $141 ,000,000
LONDON. June 28 (UP
Britain announced a, aiu,uuu,uuu
cutback current defense spend
Jochord, s thot they don't core
wwf the other men ore weorlna.'-
Explosion Oi I!ev
US Hydrogen Bomb
Recorded In Japan
TOKYO. June 28 (UP) The U-
mted States exploded another hy hydrogen
drogen hydrogen bomb today. Japanese icien
tisti reported. They called it part
of a series of rival tests being car carried
ried carried out simultaneously with the
The U.S. explosion was detected
by the Central Meteorological Ob
servatory here with recorded "un "unusual
usual "unusual atmospheric shocks." It laid
the hydrogen bomb probably was
exploded in the Bikini area, scene
of other ii-bomb tests,
The Bussian hydrogen bomb blast
was reported to have occurred June
19 or 20. Dr. Hironobu Watanabe of
Niigata University said he detect
ed the explosion through radioac-
tivity tests made on "hot" rain
which fell in Miigata. Niigata is on
the coast facing Sibeni. v tx
up between S18 and 812 per
A : steel : price Increase also
would force Americans to pay
more for such varied products
as toasters, washing machines,
homes, jet bombers and even
hairpins. ;;.. ; -W'-'V ?:.
The Bis Three, representing
the 1? ma lor steel firms In the
price hike," said Thomas F.
patton, vice president of Repuo Repuo-11c
11c Repuo-11c Steel 'Trices will have to be
raised substantially ,1 ,
McDonald said the steelwork steelworkers
ers steelworkers are entitled to a substantial
pay increase because of. their
record production. He said the
industry made record profits last
year. '"' -'
Patton said .'the
HAVANA, June 26 (UP) Po Police,
lice, Police, captured a "large quantity"
of arms cached by opponents of
the government in weekend raids
here and in Santiago, it was re reported
ported reported yesterday.
"Several" opposition politicains
The only casualty of the raids
was a policeman slightly injured
by his own revolver, which went
off when he dropped it
Officials withheld details of the
raids, but reports circulating here
said a large number of subma submachine
chine submachine guns, pistols and aramuni.
tion were captured in three raids
here and one in Santiago, scene of
an abortive revolt in 1953.
The Santiago raid was inspired
by the discovery of the bodies of
two opposition gunmen whom po police
lice police believe were slain by their
companions for selling weapons
they were supposed to hide.
To Scale Mountain
Banned To Females
TOKIO. June 26 (UP) Vil-
Industry's, lagers at the foot of Mount Omine
neeotiations. have i offered an profits, were "overstated." He warnea louy uey win oo every
average 7.J cents an hour -in-1 said the expense-of replacing fa- mmg possible to stop a young worn
crease for each worker for each cuuies nas- heen much higher
year of a five-year, no-strike man tneir original cost,
The union wants about 27.5
cents an hour.
The steel Industry was pre prepared
pared prepared to begin shotting down
Its bUlion-doUar facilities to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. If the big furnaces are
shut down, it would take the
ndustry 30 days to get back
into full production.
Extension Of Act
To Aid Escapees
Urged By Senator
an from climbing
The mountain in central Japan
has been banned to women for 1, 1,-300
300 1,-300 years, .:;-
"We are now living to the 20th
century," said Miss Toshiko Ishi Ishi-da,
da, Ishi-da, 23. "I will not fail to climb it
for the sake of all women."
A village official said "It would
be difficult to explain why the
mountain is banned to women but
religious faith and tradition often
WASHINGTON, June 26 (UP) (UP)-Sen.
Sen. (UP)-Sen. William Lancrer fR-N D
ed the Senate yesterday to extend 'transcend reasoning."
the life of the Refugee Relief Art I "Thera havn been men who hiva
The 58-day steel strike In 1852 He' said the United States uses climbed the mountsin more than
cost the national economy more, every means to lure people to ex-100 times," he added; "because
than 5 billion dollars in lost pro- cape through the Iron Curtain, but it gives them the feeling they hsve
duction, "v Iff the act expires they can no experienced a world unknown to
Company negotiators said theirlonger get visas to enter this women. Why shatter this dream
plan for a five-year contract
would give "much needed stabil stability"
ity" stability" to both the nation's econo economy
my economy and the steel Industry.-.
"What happens in steel labor
will filter through the entire
economy," said Stephens.
"We can not afford a wage in-
crease that is not followed by a
Ready To Pounce
On Scuili Kcrca
SEOUL, June 26 (UP) Repub Republic
lic Republic of .Korea leaders declared yes
terday that both Communist North
Korea and Japan are preparing
to vunce on South Korea.
The U.S. Atomic Energy Com "We have proof that the enemy
mission in Washington refused to in North Korea is definitely pre-;
comment on the reports but a paring for another attck in t n e
spokesman pointed out that the, future," army Chief of Staff Chung
A. EC. announced in April therein Kwon said in an exclusive in-
would be at least ten shots in the terview with United Press.
current series of tests.
"We are not commenting on spe
cific reports of the progress of the
The Japanese are planning to
invade Korea again whenever their
military might grows strong e-
nough," President Syngman Rhee
H of imIi siit there." the A.E' asserted in ceremonies marking
spokesman said. Ithe sixth anniversary of the Ko-
Jminexe scientists reoorted on South Korean armies also are1
May 21 and 28 that the United ready to march into North Korea,
States hsd exploded a hydrogen! Rhee said. The only thing holding
bomb. The May 21 test was an-them back is mat me Republic s
.nnnrul hv the lint Ml Stjtei but SU1CS nave DOl jel reiiueu uiai
Washineton officials would not war is the only way to negotiate
comment on the May 28 shot.
To Vote On Ike's
Postal Hike Plan
WASHINGTON, June 28 (UP)
with the Communists.
However, Chung and Rhee said
there is no danger of J a p a n,
North Korea or South Korea
launching an attack anytime soon.
RP Farmer Slashes
Leg Cutting Logs,
Ana Vasquez a 21 year old
Hoi) T)mnrriHf laitar Kravl i .u.t -...
Ttwm Tm 10 Republican pressure today and, was In Amador Guerrero Hospl Hospl-LwLftK
LwLftK Hospl-LwLftK Lmflnlwigrei 'kuup ?ext MoB?ytalr CoWn, today after cutting
onwealth Jirlme m I ji 1 ster? President Eisenhower's proposal to his left leg while splitting logs
Observers raise nontil rtt
break the doUars a year.
by 430 million
meeting her which
said could make or
It came shortly after the For- Democratic Leader John W Me-!
eign unite Biuiuunvca tint .xrmacK naa saia omy a lew aays Dock, Gatun, yesterday morn morn-Soviet
Soviet morn-Soviet trade mission would ar- ago that the Democrats would not tag. From there he was taken by
rive soon to start doing business bring the measure to a vote despite, ambulance to the hospital
on the $2.8 billion trade offer, the fact it had been aoproved by Vasquei said the axe he was
made by the Russian leaders on both Post Office and Rules com- -ng slipped and cut him on his
their April visit to Britain. Imittees. leg. -
on his farm last Sunday,
Vasques was evacuated by a
commercial launch which arriv arrived
ed arrived at the Aids to Navigation
Civil Rights Hearing
Of Anti-Southern Publicity
WASHINGTON, June 26 (UP) I added that the state made a force-1 does In the South, and Reader's
A Senate Judiciary Committeelful and able prosecution. He saidlDigest eight times as many.
hearing on civil rights legislation the evidence was circumMantial "The editors would play to the
suddenly turned yesterday into a; and the Jury acquitted the defcnJ- Northern approach," he ssid.
rousing denunciation of wa n t i-i ants. ; Rep. Jamie L. Whitten (D-Mass.)
Southern" publicity about
year's Emmett Till case in
Psttersen said h weuld be ott
as lair te assume that fin kill kill-Vntt
Vntt kill-Vntt in Chicage were typical ef
the people ef Illinois as to as assume
sume assume that the till ease typified
Mississipplane. '';:J.r ;;"
Before the subject of the Till
trial came up, Patterson warned
that the Justice Department and
FBI couldnot expect ; continued
cooperation from Southern law en enforcement
forcement enforcement officers if the depart department
ment department began invading state eo en enforce
force enforce civil rights "at the behest of
the radical groups. who want
to stir up hatred." .
Eastland said the civil rights
proposals of Attorney General Her-
wont sail." bert Brownell Jr. were "political...
a non-tactual, Chairman James u. t-asuana in attempt to aivioe tne people of
who: deals m fD.Miss.) said. "We have rust as this country. He could better take
Woman-i1..". pornographic materials." any other state, and 111 put ouriup his time in trying to correct
Patterson said he had nothing To, Young said Look sel!sW "times" record for- 1ewenfoTcement"S-the pre-Communist decision f the
do personally wun tne trial, but as many copies in the North as it, gainst anybody s. '. : Supreme Court."
Mississippi Attomay General
Joe T. Pattarton made a lengthy
statement defending his State's
civil rights record end terming
administration civil rights pro proposals
posals proposals unnecessary and invasions
es states' rights.
Sen. Willism Langef (R-N.D.)
asked Patterson to tell the.,' com-;
mittee about the Till case.
Two white men last fall were ac-4
Quitted of charges that they mur
dered Till, a 15-year-old
Negro, for whistling at a
"That could happen in anv state
in tne union," he said.
- Then Robert B. Young, a mem member
ber member of the committee staff, de denounced
nounced denounced William Bradford Huio,
the free-lance author of an arti article
cle article en the Till case; Look maga maga-sine
sine maga-sine which printed it and the
Reader's Digest which repainted
Patterson commented that Look
is an "anti-southern" magazine.
Young cited "a rumor" that
Reader's Digest will, not hire a
He added that Huie had s remi-
cmcago tation "for being
w n i t e, sensational writer
in whose district the trial took
place, ssid the sheriff told him
"quite definitely" that the body
found in a river, was four or five
years older than young Till. Whit
ten said there was enough doubt
"from an honorable man" to jus
tify the jury in acquittal.
In an adjoining county, he said,
a white man was sentenced to.
death for killing two Negroes,
and his sentence was twice of of-:
: of-: firmed by the State Supreme
Court, but "you never read a
line about that case because it
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