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To Determine Fate
Of US Steelworks
NEW YORK. June 30 tJP) r
This is D-day in the dramatic
steer wage talks that will pro pro-foundly
foundly pro-foundly affect the lives of every
American. y v v j
The final decision reached to today
day today by negotiators for the United
Sleelworkers of America and the
i-.rt.Ktrv, "hie three" producers
nil I at arm in whether it is ''war
or peace" in the steel industry.
On this vital decision hmjet
Iht ewwmie health of America,
the iobt of countless millions
ef American In various Indus Industries
tries Industries dependent on Steel. .;
in th four man negotiating
teams fof the union and manage
e-,,i in hammer out
contract for 650,000 jteelworkers
k.. mwm0hi tnniflht the worst
steel strike in history wiil be un
All .;! nninted to 1 tugged
j. r nAm.liatinnft BlITiea ;
heading off strike that in
matter of weens womu V'w'-. -large
segment of the nation s dy dynamic
namic dynamic economy. v
The negotiators launched tneir
last-ditch effort to avert an econo economy
my economy crippling strike against a
backdrop of declining Production
and rising unemployment in we
industry nas mvu w"
Iti-billion dollar ,, lurnsces
Wednesday night as a pre-
?aainst a Sieei sinM.,
v taken Out of pro probers
bers probers were lain
alternoon to repm t t
mcniticrs are "!;
the in.ki-'vy's rei
to tlx r contract
tAcLM said 1 ono.
t.riy rtnt" the i. Justry s m m-iUl'nc.
iUl'nc. m-iUl'nc. on a fi-Vr contract.
1ZL would t'.e 13.000 steel
workers out of t!'- "'ills
already v-ore shu: "l
0"-raU' s to avo1
il,, i- e "XUlSt CI' 1
i t. e
-ve-it of a walkout.
C ;,Ulh,naSd repeated lus charge
.. ..,nrl, clnnnaue will be
Wt 'Hit SSSP! 1 i i J4
s were sn.
1 oil CutV
The maj.r hope c averting
L viar contract. The
try neK'itiators have
al for a
1 7 f
An ex-convict who broke inli
the home of -a Canal piio i in
vi-jmarit. was sentenced yes-
ter- '.y in the Crist.al Division
Cl I e
rs ai I .'
ibor in i
1 ..vlant. r i Chi Chi-f
f Chi-f car-old Pa ...ianian,
v.s UKiad gully of burglarting
the home of Capt. William Cal Cal-c.rt
c.rt Cal-c.rt cn April 28, and rr' king Off
v.;;h j-vr l wrh:t v -.'.rbps, a
r'-' 1 1 !1 '- h.
; j a fctreirh at ('iw
i r i. is he committed in Pan-
Ui. trict Attorney Rowland K.
Hazard had reenmn i a
ly Ca;o!ir.2 Blest
lei bui'timcjs en both fide of
street were either set afire
i a.. i
r hit tAS cars
. ti. g b e at if overturned.
T!- csrs were burned to eri eri-c'i:
c'i: eri-c'i: ti-Jt t'ie;r b'sc'f-ifd re-
Tr.',t re--i on the
five-year pacf only to the extent
f offering an agreement cover
ing four years and four months
if the union would : scale down
some of its other demands.'
Some email segments of Indus
try would feel the effects or. i
strike almost at once.
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The construction business would
be hard hit within a few days,
and oil companies said a short
aft of steel pip "would hamper
them within a week, (
Railroads expected their reve
nues to lag within a veek if steel
nd coal shipments should be cut
cff. The coal mining companies
expected to cut back their opera operations
tions operations almost at once1 in the event
of a strike. The auto industry was
reported to have enough steel on
hand to survive a short strike.
I i h (uruniu
The death' of a Panamanian
maid wlio worked for her bror
ther-ln-law in Curundu, is being
investigated by police today.
She was Berta A. Arauz, 37,
vho .vis working in the home
rf 1 1 '-nibo'-in-law.
T'- v.t aan co! p;- jed f
' s ft tVse t;i ? of i r
. 1 n ; t...ien f-r ue -t
a:- 4 a.n, yesterday morn morn-.
. morn-. ; to fc .ito iuinas Hospital.
A police report indicates she
ilept titfully after takln? pills
prescribed by the doctors there,
but the r ins bera more
.severe, ard rown to.-8. 1 r into
C .is 1. lal at 11. ) a.m.
died shortly i-
An autopsy to determine the
case of death was ordered.
h Po!2s CFr Frr Fr::
r: --z.vi June 33 (UP) "Tell th caDital at Warsaw. .. ;
the people of Germany that Po-
land wants to be free." I he said
A Polish worker gave this mes-i one
Sage to a correspondent for the tinns 1
West German newspaper fm.k-lsf, t
furter A!'1 emeine at a y.'ni I
tu t outride Poznan. Poland, iol- Tioc;
lowina Thursday's not. ithorcii0:.iares. au civilians weiei
"The dead of the 28th of June, ordered Indoors under a strict strict-tuiu
tuiu strict-tuiu h in marble female some lv-enforced S n.m.-4 a.m. curfew.
day and millions will take off)
their hats to them," the corres-
Donfient cMoted the worker.
out 1 i-i e th i
i l to a -,sm. ..J
hi agaiusi ine im
munist regime, but full of
confidence Poland some day
would throw off the Pd y'c
J". ; -.'.v:-! :1 rf'Mi! .' ....
, x a .. '. M
' i a:-.'r v;: An
U e i it'....vii Ei.a tuc and
fovi . .vat counter-attack, all int the Poznan fair saw the re retold
told retold basically the same story. volt and fled to West European
" Western businessmen who left havens.
nihutMprt Poimiin earlv tov The rev', s'ntei pnuh a."
. 1 ...e c. I.. :. J
l. e ..n i : .ry staged a dem-
arriving l.ere onstraUon at 8 a.m.- Thursday
this i ,u:t-z said Polish securw aalnst lower wages. The work work-tv
tv work-tv forces shot down still def:ai t ers were bolstered by other res-
fon-h report?, r'
u.at speei-a fitf-
mlttt J that the initial Thursday Rooseveita St., namea alter for for-uprislng
uprislng for-uprislng had "becomin!? a mat- mer American President, Frank Frank-ter
ter Frank-ter of an armed assault.'- !in n. r ---vr't.
r .-... ? c. :;.'; :r.-in. ed:?. r
- and i- rf '"'" Col 1 1
i. ; TiFue j ;!-il in i.;emp h I s
s 1 1 L JTenn., was attending the 25th
a &nd AlKnsicin Poznan Trade Fair and watched
iut united Press correspondent the Influx of troops.
CConrad Osterloff cabled from He said some of the soM??-
pcznan that he saw no s'"s of i banrfd e t'-eir v
ti e i : 1 1 : i : iv i: I j 1 cn.
"11 lA xope
Of Sdt Agc!n:t
Panama Cand Co.
NEW YORK, June 30 (UP)
Federal Judge Lawrence E.
Walsh yesterday dismissed an
action brought by a group of
steamship lines, seeking to
collect $27,000,000" In allegedly
excess tolls. i
The judge ruled that this
court did not have jurisdiction
because the Panama Canal ;
Company is a United States
Government agency and It
should have rece'ved federal
permission to sue, and that the
actual Jurisdiction was either
in Washington or the Canal
Zone. v'.--. -'
The Government had moved
to dismiss the complaint last
December. The court had re
served decision, until It ruled
on It today.
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For r Pa. Farm
WASHINGTON", Jime 30 (UP)-
r resident Eisenhower walked out
of Walter Reed hospital today and
len almost immediately I or a
sunshine-and-air convalescence at
his Gettysburg. Pa., farm.
It was the first time Mr. Eisen
hower has been outdoors since
his emergency operation on June
9 for relief of an intestinal obs
truction. His doctors, in giving
him his discharge, pronounced
him medically fit and said "his
spirits and his morale are r'eh."
! tridMtt.-- aeeomps i bv
, i,,,.. a on i.
liini.!' e for
hi r ng Ci.
! hi I tCS t'O
he V e Hou- e
e 83-n..' drive to
rni wi.l be home" for
iiiowers for st. least two
weeks. They will celebrate their
4tith wedding, anniversary tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, but the president's convales convalescence
cence convalescence otherwise is expected, to be
mostly l restful and cjniet.
Before returning to Washington,
the president is expected to con.
sider issuing another statement
on his second term I intentions.
White House Press f Secretary
James C. Haeertv insisted Mr.
Eisenhower did not discus his
plans with any one during his
three-week hospital s y.
"The rest of Poland la quiet,"!
report said demons ii-j
it i m ,arsiw it
i ,s v $ domed.
. v i f i arei c sailois, marines and
I t k filled thp main;alrmen. over 60 tanks and motor
Security asr fanned through
i t ( 1 not J
! i i t a s'-:.ed.
i t ti.iie, the War-.
at complained of an.
underground and blamed
uprising on t. ..
In Moeour, the Tais rew! a-
fnry o ? at U-
S'is businessmen attend
I re':' i
! ;1 (. 1. V 1 til J v.O
t; en 8 .ri-
had t a major riot. Tanitsjinander in Europe on Oct. 1..
and troop., were rushed in. t Supreme Allied Commande-!
There was bloody fighting onjGen. Alfred M. Gruenther made
fcnm the truth mnd the
PANAMA, E. r SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 195
"REVIEW FOR DICKIE President Ttcardo Arias (secon-I irom right stand at attention dur during
ing during a military review f5vcn in his honor this morning; ty the U.S. armed forces stationed on
the. C final Zone, f.hov.n with the Panamanian President are: (1. to r.) Mrv Artaa's aide, Lt.
Col. Iiaul Arias; M J. Gen. Truman H. Landon, commander of the Caribbean Air Command; i
Maj. Gen. Thomas I Harrold, commander of the U.S.. Army Caribbean; Rear Adm. Clarence
L. C. Atkeson, commandant, 15th Naval Dist., and Lt Gen. William K. Harrison Jr. (below)
Troops march in review for President Arias on the Albrook AFB airstrip.
fro -i n-:::'ary, Ca.-1
and iaiiama this morning wit witnessed
nessed witnessed a joint military review of
th Car bbean Armed Forces in
honor of President Kieardo A
i f til or'
vehicles and approximately zu
aircraft of various types from all
s and Lt.
C .. libra n A i
f speech! s 1.
apeeii,. i i.iu
the United States n
u"u- 11 V
if t e 2J'1 I
iie-unci.t st ort Kobbe, the
- ., h ... r.rnim tFnrt Cla"ton.
Headauarters units at Fort Am
ador and the various technical
services of USARCAKI3. A 21-
i I ' ' "r. I l-'n
As Allied Central
"-!. J.me "i) (UP) y.r y.r-.
. y.r-. e Jusn. France's onK
i"!i'-'ia!, will step down
lied Central Front Com
tne annmmcement today. 1
.'! Jm's successor will be'nat
, I -.-, ,! rr.r-.(.."
f- jtr-oM Juin, a conlro conlro-vrv
vrv conlro-vrv ,.l i tire who has sometimes
eia iied with the politicians in the
French government, commanded
the French expeditionary corps in
Italy during World War II. He
his he'd most of the top posts
l i' e 1 -- i A".' v aid has s'"-v
' 1 1 t Ceneral in I..J-
as an example- xor a!i,;r V-" 77
country is r Ahnhrnn Lincoln.
.i .vi!;;'; was fired by the sa salute
lute salute battery of the 903rd AAA
Batttlion upon the arrival and
departure of President Arias.
The other branches of service
were represented by sapors
. i ivnm the l-.': h Naval
; f-nd airmen from Al Al-&
& Al-& a; 3. i
Seventeen tanks, towed anti antiaircraft
aircraft antiaircraft guns and other motor motorized
ized motorized equipment also rolled
through the review. Music -was
supplied by a joint Army-Air
I r re band made up to nnisi nnisi-(.ans
(.ans nnisi-(.ans from the 7!h Armv Ennd
and the 776th Air Force Band.
Takinc rsart In the aerial dem-
JiAr.tl rh -..i- m.
"i -"rwzl: "BW.io
IUVIIVVUW.I,, IMC 1V ST1UA11 I'""
). tf L-13s and three H-13
A .sMic; of flv-overs by three
v U. Air Force T-22 jet aircraft
conciuoea ine ceremony.
1 i 1 "llir"
Ifere Is the Mone y Enx Score
in the r!rrrnt drive of the
Vet! i i ( Forc'gn Wars fnr
f uii.:s ia m nd the VI W All All-Mar
Mar All-Mar Tecnace baseball team to
Ilcrsbey, Pa., In August to
compete in tbe national VFW
teenage baseball tournament.
Contributions may be mail mailed
ed mailed to the VI W Teener League,
I';t 2P1I, Curuiuhi, C.7..
I .(ivi .l as of June 21, $1, $1,-47fi.2fl.
47fi.2fl. $1,-47fi.2fl. Further receipts to June 28:
American Cable and Radio
Destileria Central, S.A, $10.
Panama Canal X'acbt Club,
Ct'.--U -i. s::s.
P.. L. Lew, i M.
I nos'er ticket sales, $5.
A reception for President and
Mrs. Arias was held following
the review at the Quarry Heights
home of it. General and Mrs.
Harrison. Ineiuried anions the
guests were rficiats from Pana
ma, the Diplomatic Corps' ac
credited to the Republic of Pan
ama, the Canal Zone govern government
ment government and the U.S. Armed Forces
in thejCanal Zone.; y
Suds In Your Eye
PHILADELPHIA, June 30 (UP)
William Baldwin had that
"washed out" feeling yesterday
after he slipped and feu into a
large soap mixing machine. Fel
low employes at the Laurel Soap
to. pulled him out uninjured.
Lenin's Will Made Public;
Recommended Firing Stalin
MOSCOW. June 30 (UP) The
Soviet Union today made public
to its people the full text of V. l.
Lenin's lons-secret political will
recnmrrenfiing that Josef Stalin
be )u..l fiom the post of Com Communis;
munis; Communis; Party Secretary General.
It was tiie first time since Le Lenin's
nin's Lenin's death in 1924 that the full
text of his political testament
had been published in Russia. A
Soviet Communist youth organ
had published extracts of the
testament earlier. The text ap appeared
peared appeared t ;V ,y in communist, top
party puli.i nlion..
Reference to the will was made
in the publication. Komsomol-
skaya Pravda, several weeks ago
but the text was not pubiisnea.
In the will Lenin. accused Sta Stalin
lin Stalin of i n s and thirst for
siowcr. I f .-.cd that another
jC'otnmtn; t be appointed to
iv hat was ah eddy becoming the
key job in the Communist Far-
Only Item Denied
To Replace PRR
WASHINGTON. June 30
for the Panama Canal during the next fiscal year, contain
ed in the Commerce Department appropriations bill at
signed by the President, are virtually the same as the esti
mares requested by the Canal, i
No large cuts were made in any request, as in prevU
" Only one item was denied authority to purchase
cars and buses to begin the
highway across the Isthmus. : t iz
The Congress decided such a transaction should not
get underway until after the decision is made oh whether
to abandon the railroad.
' For operating expenses, the Canal requested $15, $15,-660,000
660,000 $15,-660,000 and received $15,410,000, but appropriations com committee
mittee committee officials said the reduction is a bookkeeping trans
action and will not actually affect expenditures. ,'r.
' For the Canal Company's administrative expenditures,
the full request of $3,679,000 was approved and has now
become law. .
WASHINGTON", June 30 (UP)
Dr. Kenneth R. Nelson, a
washlneton natholoelst. while
observinj an operation in a local
hospita;, was pressed mio serv service
ice service in an unusual way.- ;;; ;
The natient suddenly develop
ed a reed for fre&h blood of a
type hard to get. Nelson, for former
mer former director of the Washington
Blood Center, had that type.
He rushed four biocKs irom
he ho.spital to the blood center ;
and save a nint of blood. Tne
blood was processed and Nelson
himself rushed It, back to-the
When Babies Fall
CHESTER, Pa., June 30 (IT)
A mother blue lay went ber berserk
serk berserk here yesterday when her
three babies tunihled from
their nest, ; attacking eight
persons before ha was shot
by a policeman.
, The young Jays fell to a
street where one was run over
by a car, the second was in injured
jured injured and a third disappeared.
Leroy Lavelle was pecked
severe'y en the head as he at attempted
tempted attempted to aid the injured
baby bird. The frantic mother
Jay swept over the area at attacking
tacking attacking seten other person
before a patrolman shot the
bird out of a tree.
Lenin, the founder of the So Soviet
viet Soviet Communist state, demand demanded
ed demanded the appointment of "someone
more patient and more loyal,
The detailed publication in informed
formed informed the Soviet people for the
first time of the full facts of Le Lenin's
nin's Lenin's assessment of Stalin and
that on his death bed Lenin dis disowned
owned disowned the late dictator.
The full will's disclosure to the
Soviet people now emphasized
the determination of the pres present
ent present Moscow resume to hold noth nothing
ing nothing back In Its efforts to dis discredit
credit discredit tbe one-man-ruls fper fper-sonality
sonality fper-sonality cult" of Stalinism.
The Lenin testament had boen
common knowle "??e in w:tpm
countries. It v-, r-.7,'.', i i"
the 1920s hv i ...uAers cf 1 rot rot-sky
sky rot-sky and chirr.
But Staiin used his power to
prevent the publication of the
letters In Russia during; his life
(UP) The final hufolV
transition from railroad to
.i i ... J ii
All beaches were ordered clo.s clo.s-ed
ed clo.s-ed in Panama City by- actit
Mayor Pantaleon H. Bernal yt
terday, as a precautionary ne?
ure against polio.
However, there were no m-v
cases admitted to either an i
Tomas or Gorgas Hospital with within
in within the last few days.
Gorgas reports that one f
their patienu, a three-montl-i
old baby, was out on the se-
ou'y Ulust yesterday afternoon.
The babv eirl from Kahanlr
had been hospitalized earlier
this week. -'
There were no new cases f ro t
The total number of earn s
from both sides of the bord'i
remains at 30 today. ,
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MOSCOW, June 30 (tip)-Rus-sla
showed U S. Air Chief Gen.
Nathan Twining its pioneer
atomic power station yesterday.
He came away impressed t7
the plant and by its contrast to
the backward little Tillage lit
which lt Is located. He said ha
also was Impressed by tb
friendliness of the station's C1 C1-rector,
rector, C1-rector, who answered all 1.
The two-year-old atomic a! -tion
has a capacity of five thou thousand
sand thousand kilowatts. Britain is the
only other nation with t plant
now turning nuclear energy In Into
to Into commercial power, althoi'- H
the United States has a p t
The Russian station at MaL -Yaroslavetz
70 miles west f
Moscow has been inspected by
many foreign diplomats, scien scientists
tists scientists and newsmen. There was
little new for Twining to fee.
The air chief 1 he is r
phvsicist and not quaar.c.1 t
judge the station's scienU.'.c
ouality, but he thought it was a
"very modern, fine looking lot
stallation.", i 1
Tinlng said he did not see
any atomic weapons and did rr t
ask anv questions t i that si;': si;':-iect
iect si;':-iect today, liut h .l vro rea'-o-i
to doubt the Li .ars -sta". : :-merit
merit :-merit that they have them.
"They know enough about tha
art of making atom weapons
and have the necessary scienti scientific
fic scientific technical personnel,' he sal I.
The American military offic 1
c 1 id the modern ato i
---.t.it with the surround..' ?
-. .e In which horse drawn
' uts are still used for hauling.
The comparison is an example-,
he said, of Russia's ability to
concentrate Its efforts on W;h
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IHE MAIL BOX
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
Tragic Signs of Our Timos
I arh trying to find out how oar mail services handle the
rdiaary mad from Panama. I received a May 8 paper on June
i, and a week later received four below and two above that
date, and X wonder If the fault i in the office., I have received
dates a month apart and can t believe they have been traveling-
around over the country all that time. ;: : -r
Bill Hasktos keeps me posted on clippings, about all my
poor eyes will stand, our heart speaansi gave my aaugruer a
salve that is healing my eyelids, but It's disagreeable to mse.
An looking ur a reply to a request for information on a new
lass for the near-blind made in Southbridge, Mass.
... It's said to be the most powerful so far turned out My
eyes are so bad I cant see across the street half the time
and bathing suit styles for street wafting are the fashion.
" ; Set Panama is getting plenty of rain and our scattered
showers don't cover half the state. Water has become so low
In the Rio Grande they have shut down all irrigation, and if
relief doesn t come soon they w)u have to close down the elec electric
tric electric plants. There Is enough raln falling to keep the gardens
live for another month.-
. From the road contracts it looks like we are going to have
fetter roads, but that won't stop careless driving accidents.
. mmm i t .... t
"Only t-"bla is can't lift my arm with it on!"
If it's- Italian
There is no place
1 Like the Place
"Home of THE PIZZA
D;2 Shsvs every Friy end liiy
LUGHO MUUOZ At the Organ
For Your Addeil Delight
Call Tel. 24830 for Parties
By VICTOR fttESEL
That maker of movies and Dial
opropisms, Samuel Goldwyn, while
discussing the Hydrogen bomb.
was .beard to say "they'd bettor
oe caretui witn mat tbing, it s full
The national Democratic strat
egists anight well remember the
Erase when Walter Reuthtr starts
dealing with them. For it may
come as a sharp surprise to many
that be is full of political dyna dynamite
mite dynamite and is quite ready to blow
u Democratic national ticket
sky-high, ven if it's led by Adlai
Fact is that exactly three weeks
ago Reuther spent considerable
time, energy and oratory, trying
to convince the inner circle of
labor s political iiign command .not
to back the national Democratic
ticket if Stevenson or any other
ominee seeks and accepts the
support of the southern Democrats
in the presidential race.
The inner circle was meeting in
the outer sanctum the downstairs
conference room of the new AFL-
CIO headquarters across from the
White House. Reuther laid it right
on the line for such political strate
gists as George Meany, Dave Dub Dub-insky,
insky, Dub-insky, Jack Potofsky, Emil Rieve,
Max Greenberg and the rest of
COPEs high command, including
its two co-directors, Jack Krofi
and Jim If cDevitt
Reuther said, in effect, be was
opposed to giving a dime or a
single precinct worker to the na
tional Democratic campaign unless
the party dumped its southern lead
The ruts in the middle of the
political- road are filled by the
Eisenhower Machine." Reuther
said with his characteristic ma ma-chinegun
chinegun ma-chinegun delivery.
"We are not interested in tne
middle of the road approach
to wooing the south or the Dixie Dixie-crats.
crats. Dixie-crats. They can bolt the party for
all I care. I'm talking for the Auto
Workers and hope you will go a a-long.
long. a-long. We won't throw in a cent
if tnev don't stop wooing the south.
The Democrats think they've got
us in their back pocket. Well, they
haven't and ought to sit this
one out if they dont listen.
"If you want to throw money
into the campaign for a Senator
Lehman or Morse, okay, but not;
WASHINGTON You can look' fore the committee lncludm
for two early changes in two top civil rights."
oipiomauc posts, one in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, the other in London.
Winthrop Aldrich, VS. ambas-1
This sudden motion by a voun
congressman was a riirt
lense to Vireinia'i rhairmor. u
sador to LQndon and former head ard Smith, who has Jong' miH
of the aase NaUonal Bank, is ex-!the Rules Committee.
By E03 RUARK
X never liked Matt Connelly as, the day they devalued the dollar,; he surrounded himself with was
a man or official, and he wasted and I still blush from the memory
very little time loving me. nut i.oi uanrs enorts to explain n.
for the national ticket unless we
get what we want."
men Meany, wno. presiaeu, wok
Reuther on. ;
We're not going to sit this one
out that's certain, Meany is re
ported to have said. We've got
a chance to win and .we're going
to fight. We certainly don't want
word seeping down to our mem
bers mat we re going to. sit wis
one out. We will lose state, ana
city offices if we stay out of the
national fight, Meany added. Then
Reuther retorted with soraetnin
ab"t "toughter bargaining" .with
. 1. ... I .1 ... 4V .
iu vemucrais nuu uiav nu umi.
It is too early to give you the
betting odds on wheher this means
a serious split in labor s nign
command. If Reuther decided to
bolt the national Democratic cam campaign,
paign, campaign, it is certain that its presi
dential ticket would lose, at least
Michigan and perhaps two or three
more states. The Auto union s
political machine, with its -radio,
TV and financial accessories, is
the smoothest in tne Dusiness.
Furthermore, nothing that lsnot $
high command does can bind Reu
er and the Auto Workers politically
-or keep them from bargaining
j: -.1-. :.u 4k-. YmntJ
chigh command. Reuther hates the
southern Democrats and wants to
drive them out of the party
if he canln recent weeks he has
sharoly blasted the southern wmg
of the party as "a liability".
ii ne Dusnes mis buaietj ue win
run right smack into some of the1
southern Ar L unions, it is not
eneraliy known outside of Georgia,
'or example, that the AFL there
has endorsed Gov. Herman Tal Tal-madge
madge Tal-madge for U.S. Senate. Gov. Tal Tal-madge.
madge. Tal-madge. of course, is a leader in
the fight against desegregation
which provokes in Keutner tne love
of a fighting bull for the picador.
The Georgia AFL support for
Talmadge was nothing more than
a brotherly gesture. It could have
been withheld without hurting Tal
madge in any way. For his op
ponent is a tombstone salesman
bv the name of D. Talmndee Bo
wers a man of quixotic whims
who once ran for president of the
Reuther Is bound to sound on
against this kind of coalition and
mav blow the Democrat's cam
paign sky high as he tries to
shake it loose from' the south.
think he's on a bum rap with this
conviction on income tax evasion.
Connelly was appointments sec
retary under Truman. Poor old
Sweet Thing T. Lamar Caudle
was part of the picture, and to-
rf mm pax v uia iivhuv. wm v-
gether they were convicted the
other day for conspiracy to de defraud
fraud defraud the Government by trying
to sidetrack the criminal prose prosecution
cution prosecution of Irving Sachs, a shoe
manufactureer, through the use of
, Sachs pleaded guilty but es escaped
caped escaped a prison term because he
was sick. Frank Castello is sick,
too, and the issue is the same.
Truman sired the flock of White
House political buddies out of his
devout allegiance to the Pender Pender-gut
gut Pender-gut gang from Kansas City, ind
he never looked back.'-' T,v'
He put more value on political
friendship even than Roosevelt,
and Roosevelt once had Henry Mor Mor-genthau
genthau Mor-genthau as Secretary of the
treasury because he was a near
neighbor. I was in Henry's office
There was a genial air of lais
sez-faire in the White House under
Truman that hasn't been touched
since the Herding gang played
ducks and drakes with honesty.
How big the big touches were
never will really, come out, but
an a wrm number of small rats
fattened off the cheese.
There was a sort of rafflshness
about the Executive Office which
you expect to find in poolrooms
and horse parlors, but it sat bad badly
ly badly on the State. t
Johnny Maragon was peddling
his small influence, and so
was Sweet Thing. What Harry
Vaughan was doing nobody really
could say. except that it he did
it, he had the. hat for it, If you
could Craw a caricature of a cari caricature,
cature, caricature, all you'd have to do is put
a Truman sports shirt and a
Vaughan military cap on it and
bang: You'd got it. Pride of office.
.Truman came out of the Mis
souri Pendergast gang, and what
no .-better. Perhaps he was inno
cent of the conniving that went
on around him, but he is a pride pride-hd
hd pride-hd and absolutely practical pol
itician tirst before be is a rres
ident or a man.
I think that poor oT Sweet Thin?
and Matthew J. should be let off
with a peace bond, which would
include the stipulation that they
can't work for the Government
again. Or else they ought to go
looking for Vaughan. who was Mar-
agon's buddy, and include the ex-
msident in tne general indict
I wrote a piece one time, when
Harry was shooting off his mouth
in tne last campaign, to the effect
tnat i respected the Office but
saw no reason to respect the man
that held it, or the people around
him :,.--!: -Z
My Views haven't changed anv
since, but I cant see how you
can au Man conneiiy tor as much
ss five years without giving him
others in the Truman- entourage
lAJalEc-rUisi$:!icl In Men Ycra
Don't sit and wait
tor "Lady I uckM ...
tio and meet her .
.. PANAMA AMERICAN
It's a "musf for
SENIOft PILOT -The naUon's
. senior-most airline pilot in
point of continuous flying has
reached the mandatory retire
ment age of 60. Capt. Harry
Huklng, United Air Lines,
learned to fly in 1917, and since
then has lodged more than
' 29.000 usurs equivalent to 8?4
Our script was far more anicent
nut we were sure with us it
This play would run for infinite
eternities- '4 .v-i--.. v?
Winged words are never corny
when they're true.
How thrilling those first -fumb
Until your thought and mine-
were wed as one;
What laughter at those stumb
ling reversals i.-j
Was ever a production sucn
great fun? i
Our tryouis oui-oi-iown were
Attempting neignis a uuse
mipht never dare.
And then New Yorki uur snaxe-i
down era ended
No one played Lovers wltn so
great a flair.
The roles we piayea were oeiuy
sliced from life.
How tragic ; the reviewer was
Faces Out Front: Bob and Dol
ores Hope's image, Linda, stop stopping
ping stopping traffic at 48th and Madison.
Pedestrian tnawt sne was er
Grace . Doris Duke and Count
Frederick Ledebur at Basin
Street in rhythm to Satchmo's toe-
toDoers . Harry ueiaiome mm-
nioht xtrolling alone Park Avenue.
iif)K ms I1L BlllLC ilia vtucoi u v..
hoso ,v . Marline Carol and hand-l
some husband unnsuan jacque,
the film director, enjoying a touch
nf Paree from the Latin Quarter
winkside . Kim wovaK at
Romeo Salta's showing what little
girls are made of in a spicey
frock t Zahra woroo, me owe
DISH, greeting new people with:
"Zo vunderiu uu me 10 mecu
chu!" . Betty George getting
stuck with the Copa check, after
a lover's clash with- her escort.
who fled . Jakie Gleason (at
he Stork's Table 50) offering WW
$25,000 weekly to emcee his teevee
gala, "Mardi uras."
Sallies In Our Alley: Bob Hope
and pals of the late N. Y. Mayor
James J. Walker were reminis-i
cing. Hope's next film will be Jim
my s life . "Remember," one
said, "how Jimmy used to be late
tor everytning?" ... "except,
edited i eolyumlst, "needy
friends!" . Memo to Here:
Don't forget to include the Col
umn s long-ago Sunday nw;!it s ;:n
eff when Jimmv went into exile:
"Jimmy Walker! He was a Friend
to many who were only' a Pali The Morning Mall: You flin
to himl s ping ya lid or somethincT" amiri
Midtown Vignette: Roberta
Sherwood, the copa's thrilling
headlmer, gets her best notices
from the entire staff ... From
Copapa Podell to the band, Cap
tains, waiters, busboys, phone op
erators, show-gals, sportlight man
end kitchen crew. "Most agree agreeable
able agreeable person we ever met," they
report "Never a squawk about
notbin. We all adore her" .
When Cinderella came to rehearsal
(opening day) Prof. Mike Durso
asked for her music ... "what
music?" she giggled. "I never
could afford any. I've usually had
harmonica or piano assistance
many times only a comb and
piece of tissue paper. So fellas,
just fake it!" ... They fell
in love with her at once. Ysu can
tftll that from the terrific sup-.
port they give her t Her ts'j
ented accompanist Eddie de Lo
enzo is sharing her joy . five
vears ago Eddie was a busbny at
the Hotel Robert Richter, Miami
Memos of a Midnighter: T he
Muscles (Mickey Hartigay-Chuck
Kramer) frammis comes up in
Washington court this week. Mae
West will be starwi?noss .
Suzanne Bernard (of "New Faces"
and Paree) feted at LI Morocco
with miniature U.S. and French
flags in the tsble roses ... Perry
Omo's sound-track of "Somebody
Up There Likes Me" (from that
film) will be his big 19' Victor
waffle ... The Claude Thornliills
Irv Cahn of The Fishermen's Net.
"You gave Time mag a sugary
salute for coining a breezy new
wora-weaaing: snrubards.' I gave
you that one a million column?
ago after you used 'snuburhs
which was even better. Have an-
Times Square Tattle: Life mag
ana uoumeaay mane an out-of-court
scttlemint wiih Mrs. Rilla
Page Palmborg. She sued for plag
iarism alleging her book on
ttarbo (1931) was largely used by
John Bainbridge for his Garbo ar articles
ticles articles in Life last year . Mer Mer-vyn
vyn Mer-vyn LeRoy at the Little Club, h sp spry
ry spry about his next film, "The Bad
Seed" . Gloria Dcllaven
clashed big with hrr El Faicho
(Vegas) boss . Show-oaf Jack
O'Brian's big word: Gelatinous.
(He means she forgot -her bra)
. . Miles White had major mirj
at Mt. Sinai Monday . The
I.everett Sa!ton;lall Millers (ac (actress
tress (actress Ava Nornng) liv.t the bshy
. . Janet Conway is breakin"
Kenny (Copa). Robert's bovish
heart . Rex Harrison eels a
Time cover ; . Gotham Guide's
. i a v.'n . .
snewp ; a. Miuer ano m. Monroe
signed a lease for an apt at 43
.ast tnd Ave.
Sounds in the M :!.t: At KSVP:
"He's one of those buys who di 'n't
become an ex-commy until they
started investigating him" .
At Gilmore's: "Lios th.it drip
honev re thinking nf money" .
At El Chico: "What was your net
pected to step down and be re replaced
placed replaced by John Hay (Jock) Whit
ney, Head of the Wall Street in investment
vestment investment house bearing his name
and active in the Citiiens for EL
tenho wer Com mittee.
Simultaneously, Israeli Ambas
sador Abba Eban in Washington
is expected to retire and be re replaced
placed replaced by the present minister of
the Israeli Embassy, Reuven
Eban's pending retirement is
Uinked with a more aggressive Is
raeli loreign policy being adopted
(with the current shake-up in the
nen-uunon cabinet and the re
tirement of moderate foreign min minister
ister minister Sharrett - ; V
Israeli leaders are reported dis dissatisfied
satisfied dissatisfied that Ambassador Eban,
though popular in the United
States, has not been able to get
more support in the State Depart
ment They demand a more posi
tive policy against the Arab world
and more support from the Eisen
For some time Ambassador Al Aldrich
drich Aldrich has indicated his desire to
retire from the American embassy
in London, despite his popularity
with the British government Al Aldrich
drich Aldrich has been one of the biggest
money raisers for the Republican
party. Whitney, who has bee n
tabbed to take his place, married
the ex-wife of Congressman Jimmy
Kooseveit, Betsy uishing, served
under President Roosevelt in the
Rockefeller Committee on Cultur Cultural
al Cultural Relations for Latin America
and is head of the giant Free-
port auipnur tympany,
The unofficial but potent coah coah-tlon
tlon coah-tlon between Republicans and
soutnern Democrats which has
dominated Congress for years was
broken in a dramatic session of
the House Rules Committee last
It wss broken on the issue of the
school bill and civil rights, both
of which involve Negro rights.
After the voting wss over and
Republican congressmen voted
with Northern Democrats to force
immediate action on the school
bill and civil rights, Congressman
Bill Colmer of Mississippi sorrow
fully protested: "I am hurt by
wis Di-parusan coauuon. i
"You boys f r o m Mississippi
should recollect when the shoe was
cn the other foot,", replied Demo
crat Ray Madden of Indiana; "For
years the Republicans have played
fuotsie with you boys from Dixie.
Sure, there's been a division in
court. Vte used to le way out in
right field watching, but now we're
in there playing the. game."
Madden went on to point out that
the old coalition long had blocked
iabor, education, and civil rights
WOOING NEGRO VOTE
What broke the coalition can be
summarized m ten words: the Re Republican
publican Republican bid for Negro votes in
big northern cities.
The change came when ex-speaker
Joe Martin passed out the word
that four GOP members of the
Rules Committee would vote with
the Negroes to unbottle civil rights
and the school bill; namely Alien,
111.: Brown, Ohio; Ellsworth, Ore-
When this swilch became known,
young Dick Boiling, Democratic
congressman from Kansas city,
staged a surprise move in the
"Mr. Chairman," said Boiling,
"I move that we go into closed
session to consider acting on cer.
Uin matters that are pending be-
are telling it to two Judges. Miejincome a':er tax evasion?"
wants a legal sep here, he f.ecl,At Chiavetitone's: "Have yon been
lor divorce in Indiana-. ... Mar Margaret
garet Margaret O'Brien's big love (the rea;
son for the clash with Mother)
is a Hollywood figure, not a star.
Mama will follow to the coast to
break it up . "New Faros"
star T. C. Jones doubles at Line
Angel July 5.
' Manhattan Murals: The Cort
up to hi tear-vou-anartment?",
At Brody's: "Marilyn apparently
thinks the pen is mightier than
the bat" . At the Palladium:
"An ingrate forgets who saved
him from drowning after he's
learned to swim" ... At Karlba
Kay's: "The unrVasant thing
atiout Success is that you run info
a lr.t nf In?rati Th nir thincr
Bsr (153 W. 48th) eat which sitsfit0ut Failure is that you run out
on a Dar stool ana sips tsiooay
Marys because it loves tomato tomato-jnice
jnice tomato-jnice . Sign in a reducing salon1
window: "Stop, Look & Le.-sen!"
. . The tavern at 81th and Ams Amsterdam
terdam Amsterdam called : "The Crazce Ba Ba-bee"
bee" Ba-bee" . The real 10 ft high
waterfall (the water changes col colors)
ors) colors) in the florist's window at 63rd
and M-T-'.;son. A pedpstrian-stoppen
. i.e sign on the rear of a
,n'- 1 1 1 jalopy ali-r-t
Park V. tst every ni ...t
The Torch: When You Pave
That Far-Away Look la Your
HARTFOKD, Conn. (UP) -Bernardino
Rosati had Ho wait
eight years before a damage suit
he filed was heard. He was award awarded
ed awarded $14.40. Jtirtre Abraham S. Bor-
"Li n't l j :ri r v t n t a, t
Lruiih, Your Daughter May Ce was clayed
a d i-
I take offense at that" Smith
stammered, hardly able to believe
his ears. ;
"This is the most brazen action
that I have ever seen,"declared
Mississippi's Colmer. "Do you con consider
sider consider yourself the new chairman'"
"My only desire," insisted Boll,
ing, ."is to bring this issue to an
"As long as' I've been en this
committee." protested Ch airman
Smith, "and that's .been for years.
mcu a ining as uiir Has never
been done before. This -is com completely
pletely completely outside the usual procedure
that we have followed, and I don't
Boiling didn't agree. He nointcd
out that the Rules Committee had
once revolted for a different pur
pose. io xorce action on the
viciously anti-labor. Case bill.
There's "no precedent" for vot voting
ing voting on a bill without- hearings,
Smith continued. "I shall not un under
der under any circumstances, agree to
let the committee to this unpre
cedented wing, you can run over
me if you want to. You have the
votes to do it if you want But
the chairman of a committee has
privileges and prerequisites and I
intend to exercise them to the full,
v GATHERING DUST
"We've had the school bill in
here for months,'? noted Indiana's
Madden. "We- had the testimony
of four : witneses scattered 1 out
over two weeks and a half. Since
those hearings, the school issue
has (tihcided. and I, haven't hoard
anything about it. If the same
thing happens with civil rights,
the Rules Committee won't finish
with it until mid-July, when the
leadership is proposing jthat Con Congress
gress Congress adjourn." :
The 'wrangling continued for 45
minutes, with Smith pleading for
an informal meeting instead of a
formal session, which could side
step a vote on civil rights and the
school bills. Boiling, however, in insisted
sisted insisted on a formal committee
meeting and a showdown vote.
When the committee met secret
ly that afternoon, Boiling proposed
one day of additional hearings on
the school bill, followed by a final
vote: then two days hearings on
civil rights followed a final vote.
He won on both. Voting with Boll Boll--
- Boll-- i h.jj.. t
me were uemocrais mauuen. ue-
laney oi new iors, u eivui ui Mas
sachusetts: and Republicans Brown
of Ohio, Ellsworth of Oregon; wilh
Allen of Illinois voting for the.
school bill but saainst civil r :h!s.
Opposed '"') Ssi"ii, Cf' and
Trimble of Arkansas. i. hprry
of Texas, Democrat and Latham
of. New York, Republican, were
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V '.t ATfi"TtC SUMS ,,
S'mdaT Kw: 5:1S, Wl and f 15 a m
fcniv (mv tuasses: S; and 80 ton
ana a pm. . ,........ j
saturoay a.wi w
00 to 8 imJ p m.
hiiraciiimis Aiedal No vena i Wtdnttday
15 and 7:00 p.m. .',.
Sacred Heart Noyena: Friday T:l pat.
Sunday Evening Servlcea 7:00 pm.
ronvert Class: 7:15 P-m. on Monday!
and Thnrwlav,. ,,...
U:.o a ni. 3 P ". to t l'l p.m.
b & ,,cw 6 iniKninn of i(it Bless
ed SiTim-'it all day. hepoaitioo ttM
m. Satnrrwy mnrnina.
first SaiuHay Uevotiona ta our Lady
t Fatima Hie Holy Rosary S:0 a.m.
t r.i.nlMi tntrui.tiona for Chil-
Unnrini and Thursdays 8:09 to
M) pan. ; :"
..c. y-l.l a IhI and 1D::40 Iffl,
Holy Dy aufies: 8:0A :t0 am. and
"Comrwlona: Saturday -W to 8:00 and
:00 to 8.00 p.m. After Kosary eacn ve
Miraculous Medal Hovanai tM and
7:00 p.m. on Monday.
Cair4iiam Clam: Arte mm as ear en
rut rnds-v Exposition an oy
the School V e xr. I
first batutiwy: Mast at :oo am.
FOff fM I! (HUItCH irjtarrU
Sunoay Maes:-7 and :jU a.m.
hoiy Day kiansea: 8:00 am. and :15
"Confessions: 440 to 848 and J to
80 pjn. Satiirdnv.
M'raclllolis Meual novenai I p.m
on N'Mi.'i" v.
t hurcn iiisiory Group every Tuesday
at 7 .i0 p m.
Tei-A; e Cub: 7 :30 p m on ertnes-
CaterMm Cls": 4 00 p.m. Thursday.
First lri".y Devotions: 7:00 p.m.
Tnntiirv.liiamnion Grauo avorv Fri-
v ST. VTwrTVTS Hrnrn City
Sumjay lusfsi: am. and I CP
Hnly Day Kassesi 8:00 am. and 8:00
,,'''': t oo to 1:00 and 7:00 to
S:l p.m. feauirday.
V i n J i mill V.1.M iu. uu ipim.j
Convert Class every Monday at 1.00
wirarnioiK ueaai novenai 7 to p m
Sirred iieart Novenai 7:va p.m. on
f -M(T? TE I '"..fTrnOS Caffia
i- : 8 ., a rn.
Iwi ;iv A I rtl n m. .
( i.,iiiuuna: a.0 tn 7:u0 nm. an Sat-
Catechism Class: no pjn. aa Monday
orn LADY o- cot : L
. v l 7 I,, g am
y -y -: liiiiti Ji
t "f Stlurd'V at 7:C0 p.m. and
il!i"r a i evnii a a,viimiis.
1. iiiiisrtia tif annnmrmMit
Miraeuioua Medal Novana: 740 pm
Sacred Heart Hovenai IW em or
I .--A f.f t..J-
r adul's (fnn-
p jx) on k,on-
Convert Lnstnictiana by aprjombnant
chaalaiaa art asked H
Tha It Bw. B. Hekai Gaaaea,- t-T O,
Tha Vary Bay. Maiaert J. Peteraaa
THat CATHtDBAL OF ST. LUKB
t:30 mm holy Communion.
8:30 a4a Santa Communion (4tk Sunday)-
1:30 a.m. Church School. ; i:
11M a nt. Morning Prayer and Sermon.
I noiy Manmiinwwa huh oiw
f M pm. Avenlng Prayer and Sermon
8:30 am. Holy Communion.
7.-00 pm Evening Prayer.
HOLY DAYS ;
8iNI la Holv Communion.1.
8 30 am Holy Communion.
DAILY v ;
B'lK .a llMfitn. Dm r'
I? -00 Mi -da) Missionary iPrayerat i
(-MiTKi n tw mm kTivkmib
Third Street, New Cristobal
Tha atcv. Milton A. Cookaon, Pastor
Holy Communion ......... 70 am.
Church School ...m.."....
Morning Prayer ,
and Sermon 11:08 am
(Firat Bundav- Holy Communiooi
Vesper Service and ;
Vnulh r.llnwihin ........ IHMI ant
Hnlv f 'nnmnnUw- 'VI a
Choir Rehearsal 1:30 pm.
A House ol rrayar tor au. people.
COCOU ,;- v'
PVnt.Jl f S. iM
The lev. WUliam W. Baldwin, Priest
Family Prayer and Church
Morning Prayer ana sermon u aji
4H.C tint Sunday in Month!.
Evening Prayer, I -JO PA ' ; :
Weekday Praver I 00 aJ"
7 Cnapel at the Geod Sbephard
To,' Rev. Clarence 9), Hay as
IM ajv Cvery rriday; Morning tray
alllMl .- t ...
The Rev. John Spear, Priest to Charge
Um.1.. Dmm,. let ana Ira.
Sunday! 18J0 Ja
mm. 9nrf .ml .th Eimriltl IAM TTi
nunoay ocnooi .. .w a.
Evenina Prayer .... .......
Girls' Friendly Society ...
Evening Prayer and Sermoa
Holy Communion .........
I Mb. Tbunday .............. 10
wminri Auviiiarv. ana ana
Tf Per! John Spear, Priest In Charge
i i.. I Viik.rl an4 tjiniwl f nl am.
Vvtrnina Prayer and : Church School
Chlldren'f Eucharist, rd aunaay iu
pxily Bntlra 8:00 p m.
........ Cwnmn 7 an.
Evenlnf Prayer 7:00 njn
. Q-.,. .-.i. w. rMnnlln 730 ia
... irnrcnivc a. Snl unNIUVR
woman a Auxiliary ....... ,fv a
Omreh ef St. Marearet
Cornet ot Ferwv Ave., inazos Blvd.
The Kiv A .i.ua A. Cookson. Pastor
,,a . PhiiHh S.IIIWII
9 30 a m Moming Praver and Sermon
(1 Mtf,aavs, noiy tommuniunj
4 JO ojo. Confirmation Instructiooa,
f auu aax'u
rh.a.1 a fha Hnlv ramtortar
Vea. L. B, Shirley, Priest hi Charge
Every Tuesday 8 .10 a.m. Holy Com
. ... rrtiifts:.',
' t. A I lr" h '
Tha. Iv. Iiavid A. toooraa,
Priest in Ciiarge
nl a.m. Choral Fuchartat aermon
12:00 nnou Infant Baptism
2 00 njn. Church School
(held to Building 131)
80 p.m. Youth FeUowshlp
7:00 nm, Evenm and M'trese,
avn o- ii r. nave
l.?0om. ttoinii Auxiuary and Al
tar Guild ,';'tl. -v
PAv. OTT ..,
St Paul s Cl"-ll ' -The
fen. Lemuel B. snirleyrBeetea
1h Vila R. AtarelL Daac
fOO a.m.' Holy cemmaniorr
v.uu IJU. OUU Bwii.iim
10 a m Inoriiing Prayer and Church
17 not- Holy E -"!m i
7 l .m. Soieuifl Veapert
'i sm Foly Communion
,v m Holy Communion
V nm. T.w.nlna Pravw r.
'THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
' 1:30 I m. Holy Communion ,-
8:00 a-m-Holy Communion.
CTIIiCT Cr-'B'-rT PT-THI-StA
Colon, a c p.
(OnnMi!. fmtl Wa.htnaiont
The Vm. k'amert J. Felerwn, Rectal
, Tha Bev Henry A Blane
aA - RaI. r.mnnlM
9 c0 a m. CiTal luf't'arit and Sermon
11 j a m. 'rn : p"n.
7 -'ii 0 m. S,i'i:o kvfciivtfig and S
V A V 9
r, f ........ ii.i.iM
V i m "i. i '.'j
7 SO p.m. Evening prayer end Bermna
SdO axnv Adult Cnnfirmatuo LI aaa
THURsOAYS -ft i.
1:00 nm. Prav-r Gnf'd.
S 'T j 4
9 00 am. Cf--' f harlat.
10-09 a nv J'lt.mr rrpaelnn C1
j jo Dm. O "ne lueunatuaa,
huiuY DA 1 8
8 00 a.m. P"'y Comm""tan.. ......
. RAINBOW on
Cnarth at St alary, the Tlrim
The Rev. Joha A. Spalding, -Priest
Bnrrtt ........... t a m
..... ...a ..... a a m
- and Sermon .... 7-s0 p.m
St (Gen'Ke'a Cnnrrh
xaa nev. Jona n. apt
Vv4m, tn r h ....
aim mI ctiMnavz
Folv fawwifiwi 80 8JB
2nd AF 4 n f" ,DAY3
amj irn-nn' I'Dlffl
Cuurco bcn"l. e.'n S-in, 10.JK)
rhrrfeet s t -r,
l Si Paroae I evre
Tav Rev tiarenee W. Rayaa,
Prleat In CharaM
Hnlv Communiop ......... !'
Sunday School ., Id .0 e m
Molca I Itlt S m-
p ---H'&ie Study 8
smi a ah tAm.!
V rwn.n AusmarV
two d m
1 JO pm
EvasMong and Sermoa
I OLhsr Churss J
CBUBCB OP THB MAXABENB
. Ancon. C.Z.
MtoWeri Rev. Elsaac a Nlwa
Box eg, Ancon, CZ. Balboa keOS
Sunday School ........... 9:45 am
Morning Worship ......... 10:30 sum
Youth Service 8:45 pm
Evening Service ........... 7:30 pm
NJM&. Service ...... 70 nm
Prayer Meeting, Wed, .... 1:30 P-m
RATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama 23rd Street East
In. A N. Bream. MiasMai,,
Divine Worsnip saw am.
Sunday School .........
Sunday Masses 7. 1:45 U)45
atH. abatsv. slP. aunoa acnoo
18 pm. .. t
- aaaaaaMBaanaaaaaa S
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES "4
Maetinaa Thursdays at 7:39 pm. and
Sundays at 4:00 pro. Win Memorial
808 BaJUa Road. Balboa, v
,mipa sveiia punier t
m J .irarK-D-na SAINT, t aaoinaaa
k. ih. JWB.IISH La
hood 8 J a.m. Meeting; Sunday School,
9 'Ja Slav, oa craniesi, anuao
' ;- Atlaatie Branch i ?:i'
Building 200. Schoolhous toad,
. rn.l 7ia 4
releohone. Gatun 364 or 0t6bal 1897
Sunday School 19:00 am. Sunday Sac
rament Meeting 8:30 pm. ttieshood
Meeting 8:30 pm. weflnaaoay rrinary
6:30 pm. Wednesday BeUel society neeU
ma as announcco. : w
. UISVSSS luiwmui,
.Bey. Paul Holloway, Pastor r
. Office, Curundu 5105 c :
."Hima Curundu 1118
Sunday School ......,. 8:45
Youth Meeting ............... 8 pm.
Bvening Worship ............ I P-m.
OUI CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The Arc hansel
..L c. aia, kin 1
m- m i i... m jiSaY aaa.
noiy wiuw' wij t-
Tuaadave. Wedneadaya and Tbumdava
130 am '.';.'
Sacrament at uncnon ineauni aw
ri Pint Sunday of each atoma ai
Hallaat. Cbrtstlaa Chare
Panama R. P ; f
Ka I. aamav U O aUanop
cii-.tr. Worshm at ...... uw am
junday School at ............ J
jtvina Service sj ,m.m,
BABA'I CENTER ,
BAHAI'S CKNTIJI t ;
Urbanlradon El Urmen.PariaRm.aty
Aittarmai aaina eon uww.
thursdsys.'. 'jrzi v.50,
tales, aia as
ianatalra Aanrteaa Baaaar)
Study Ciaaaas Tburadavs, 1M BJa
Brrmo, mission chubch
EspaUba SU Paralao, C-Z- i
RrT Waldaha H. Stewart, raster
Sunday: 11 am Worship Service.
1:00 p.m. nunoay bcikw. i
.... r.-n-I SmIm .'..':...'
wriadavi 7 JO Mid-week Christian
Thursday: s :w unoir nwwii.
Pridav: 7 JO Woment Missionary
THE CHURCH OP ,0011
1038 Eighth Street Colon
tn. w. n..ndianaL Pastes
iinrtftv ,..,...M.a. awl
iviornuig vurship Am
Niaht aervlca 10 P
PtPT CHURCH P COO
Cor. Jamaica and Trinidad Sat.
Rainbow City, Canal ne
m i wf tf.r.nri iu,a. Paatnr
Unnin, Wnrahia '. 8:00 a.m.
... - r .A.4A
Niiht Service '0 pm
THE CHURCH OP GOD
. l.a..a. uinM p.lne
s...i.. chMi 10:00 a.m
ivmrnme Wnrahln 11
1 THE CHURCH OP GOD
a ru .
Car. mH" and Mariana Arosemena Sta.
m ui. I t.kMM. Iaalnr
Simday School 8-30 am.
Momma worsnio a
;..nt Service ............... 1 P
TEE nn-ROI OP CD a Ahaja
Monte wan na.
. o- M em
suntrar orau -
Momm Worshln 10:30 a.m.
j- .a mm.
I,... a h-'Khu, CJ1.
Special alngineen Bldg.; DUble i HelgliU
Sunday School 8:45 am.
Worship aervice -
v.,k Knvlct t 7:Mpm.
fange""le Service 7:fpm
Wed. niuie Study Prayer 70 p m
CTUCI ', ,on OFenteeaataO
Kev B E. VValson, Overseer
Phone ,a-.:i. a. """
Churchee at Paraiao, C.t (Rev. and
Mrs. Herman a. 7alli-
a'arnando uorencei, mo
' r.k.i. n.vneal and
. t r; r.r." .i
Cativa inev. euu - -
Sunday and waekuaya aervicaa at all
uiuruiea. ; .,
Pests cr.d D:$es
. r rales tant
jk. in-iung Wotnliip
, . T.r... Nuiseiy ocnooi. ...
Ft "i f CluAl lull M
bundny benost inuuuuia
VreaneaoAy a.vwi -" -ln
and Bible Class 8)
SL"",'y Btnooi JDUliuini nw
v.nir. Bib'e f-'y -.80
Al.bOuK Ai rutiCE BA&B :
Adult Bible Class (NCO Oub).. 9:80
Morning worship as
Youth Fellowship 8:30
wnln Wnrliio 7HU
L. n -Dinuwm mww.i :
Fimdnv fc iI "'
mn, V.rtfn U0
I,,, y t ommuiiiuo First Sunday
. -ii. .rwTiaBTIB'tje rT7 a PVT.
lorn ni rt.niun".; e.fi
rfiiy wiii'i"""".. V
Holy Communion firat Sunday
1 -m.'v r, "i
S m .v h..iAe .......
..4 30 A
..7 4S A
: 1 1 r '?
f- V h
. inn.iV kiASSea
I no. 7111 7 -no
I Confessions, Saturday (Building
7 -no A S:30
WASHINGTON. June SO fUPW
Th U.S. Public Helth Service
eaiil tnriav 1R(t naai eaene nf rwilin
were reported over the nation last
weec, S7 lewer uun in uia corre corre-tponding
tponding corre-tponding week of 1355.
So far this year, there have
been 2,399 eases. This comppares
with 3,373 in the corresponding
period of last Year,
Health official! have exnrMsed
hifrh hnnM that .Caltr anti nnliA
IllH w .n WM.. .W..W
vaccine will help cut the number
oi cases consiaerauy ltiu year.
But they said It still is too early
Although the total number of
cases, is running shanlv below a
year ago, there has been only a
slight decline in ma paralytic
So far in 1956. there have been
1,266 paralytic cases, compared
with 1,357 for the corresponding
period last year. Last week, there
were 94 paralytic cases reported
throughout the country, compared
with 103. ia the same week last
Red China Premier
pntrvft ina nrp rinm.
munist Chinese Premier Chou En-
lai yesterday invited : "patnouc"
rkinn,. Matlnnaliet 'nffiniala tn
Peiping to discuss peaceful 8 a r.
render 01 tneir Amencan-aeienaeainnessea me jacs. inis lost 10 ine
.--:..- H...M vA.,k -i ....:i.j i.
rormusa uasuuu. :
Chou offered liberty and for
giveness of "past misdeeds" and
said the only alternative was sei seizure
zure seizure of the island by force.
In a speecn oeiore me naiion-i
nnni.'a rnnsTHa in Peinine. he
a cup.., w.a i a -j ,
ignore ueneraussimo uuang
Kai-shek In his InviUtiion, which
was addressed to -"responsible
v...l.t.. arAvarnmont militarv
and political personnel on Taiwan
iormosa." V. ..u
em,, annaal nil COUDled WlUl
riennnriatlori of American "schem
ing" and warned me nauonausu
they had let a -wou in we nuu.
am anan aAKR
Aijonuvm. w.- ...j.
n.ti. aaaea ..........,......
iindav Maasea ........7:45 H
Spanlsk : r 1:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
rORT KOBBB L
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASB
S.iiirdav .............. .....,
uaay j-n.""i aJf
- ? 1 ATLANTIC SIDB t h
FORT DAVIS : ,
Midweek Fellowship, Thursday.
PORT oulick;'- -.,.-
Morning Worship 11:00
Youth Fellowahip. Sunday 8:00
OS. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Morning Worship ...
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month) .. i
c. : Catholic .-.-
Daily Mass ..........
Sunday Mass .........
U S. NAVAL STATION. Coca Solo
Sunday Maaa TJU
arai...l In nw f
Walrr aWvleaa In
al Churches as
,sbbath Srhool 9:30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth a Meeting 4:30 p.ra.
Wednesday Biuie Study and Prayer
t i ....
... eta. a...A A n.rkn. ntrfrl.it
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. 284 3604
taoo verae, Ave, r. oa ia usaa as
n,n411a Kth Nil M
PuehlB Nuevo 2-A SL between 3rd
and 4th Sta.
Rio Abaio 11th St No. 77
dalhoa r hanel OH 44 Gavilan Rd. Bal-
ih) boa Saturday only).
apanua i-nurcnsa ranaaaa an
Pastor Ruben Hrg T" ."
Panama, Calle Oarlfn No. S
Cristobal, 16th A Bolivar Ave. .'
Gamboa A Frljolea.
ni.triH Psstor A. A. Grlzxle
Tel. No. 8-102
Gamboa Praitt Parkway frljolea.
Atlantic Side Coloa asd
I Pastor Neblett Tel. 33:329
Colon 3rd St. a t-enirai Ave. ivnno ivnno-bal
bal ivnno-bal 16th It Bolivar Ave.
Central of lice: Gavilan noaa tci. t-
Jewfn Welfare Board Bid 191-X U
Rnra Boail. Balboa. CZ. tUbbi Nathan
S-rvic. Friday. 1J9 am aaturday
5:3u p m
(Sea a,o ll'Onn of Jewlh aarvlcea
ur.cer Posts Bases and Stations I.
....-.m. STM SWIlh Ima a
nloa Cuba and 3Sth Street Bella Vuta
ranama tiiy. nervicaa ew pm
ire: f 1 1 T,","l CfPCB
haitKia fioad st Vtirht tiireet
Rev. Robert F. Cu'ink, Paata -P.O.
Box thi, Balboa.
Sunday School. Bible class 840 am
Divine Service 10:15 am.
Mni.. c.i. SS..M.II. fin
IUt VIII. Lll .!. ' -" 1...
Margaret's Episcopal Church) Sunday
By OSWALD JAC0BT
' Written for EA Service
-. AKl --
4AQI3 10 7 4
SOUTH (D) .
South West North East
1W Pass 2 Pass
2W Pass 4W Tass
.Pass- Pass -.
Opening lead V 4
West shrpwrllv nnanorl a tnina
intrkiav'a hant ,nn..i;.. ,L,,
. .hiu, i auAn,iui(. uiai
dummy had ruffing power, in such
cases every trump ieaa lends 10
deprive declarer of a ruffing
trick. -. i
Declarer won the first trick la
dummy with the queen of hearts
anH aaur that hn nnuM maWa 1,1.
own five trumps, two ruffs in the
oummy, ana two top spades u
he began to cross-ruff at once.
Declarer therefore led a dia diamond
mond diamond from the dummv at the
second, trick. E a st naturally
I played low, and South hopefully
nuaan 4'attn xnnth : nuailAH In
wardly as he waited for another
trump lead. 1 v :- j'-v-f.-'
Much to South a relief, West re-
ttimarl tha tnn nf nAm Smith
properly deduced that West was
out oi trumps since there was
nothine in the dummv to make
West chanee his defense if he
had another trump." ', 1
Declarer won the snade I n
dummy : with the king and re
turned dummy's last diamond.
East played low again, and South
had to decide between the king
I a : a ji j
ann nine or niamonnft.
. Thia mioht Ka rtiffiMilt nrnhJ
icm u BSi wer an expen wiin
. , ....... i
cast-iron nerves, oucn a iiiayvi
might nonchalantly play a low
diamond even if he had the ace.
In this case soutn didn't credit
East with such nerve and guile.
Smith asKiimAit Wpst had the ace
and he finessed the nine.
West had to win with the ace
nf rliamnnrln His snade return
went to South's ace, and declarer
made sure to casn me sing oi
i)i,miwili hnfnrA tha mina ont it
UlHlUVIIUkl v.V.y ....vw ""
Now he could ruff spades in the
dummy, and., cmos in nis jjy
hand, making bis ten tricks.
Ei:rc?3fs Slsns ;
01 Recovery f
RniJTHAMPTON Enaland. June
Ik tUP) Former President
Truman sailed for the United
Statas vMterrlaV with his' Sleeves
rolled up, ready for the presiden
tial political wais. .f
Mr Tnimin whn rufiispd to
discuss American politics during
his two months tour of Europe,
wie aclrevt if h uranterl tn cneak
out after getting back under the
American nag aooaro ine 1 1 n e r
i don't intend to make any
political speeches on this -ship,"
he said. I ll have plenty to say
Mr. Truman said his visit con
vinced him the Marshall Plan
helped Europe and won friendship
for the United States.
He was most impressed, he said,
by "the signs of economic recov recovery
ery recovery and the happiness of the peo
"My impressions of western1
Eurooe is that it is just as
fiwinHlv tn mv rntintrv as. ever." I
the 72-year-om ex-rresiaeni- gam. i
"Y am sure it will continue as
lonj as I live-4ind I hope that i
wi! be for a very long time."
Mr. Truman proud!y wore an
Oxford tie he received along with i
an honorary doctor of laws degree1
from Oxford University.
The British were "grand," he
He was asked what he thought
of much maligned British coffee.
"I shall be glad to get home,"
he replied, "to get some tea.
sit 'A a
It's double-creamed! Smoother Smoother-creamier
creamier Smoother-creamier riclier in mustard flavor
won't fade out in cooking. Better for
cold cuta, hot meats, snndwicbea, tool
: Differentbecause it's
WorWf lartt telling prtpartd muttari
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WASHINGTON, June 30 (DP) tomitimt doi dtttrmtiM th
Gov. Allan Shivers of Texas said
yesterday any expulsion of south
ern democrats from the party
might force the 23 southern sena senators
tors senators and 106 House members to
form a permanent coalition with
the Republicans. '
Shivers said in a speech at the
r"aUonal. f rtss Qub that There
are those who think this wouldn't
be a bad idea." i
He dec lined to state bis own
views on a permanent GOP-South
coalition. But he called for a re re-,
, re-, a.ignment of the parties to pro pro-'
' pro-' vide a clearer division between
liberals and conservatives.
Shivers, who- supported Prtil.
i dtnt Elsenhower in 1952, said he
"probably" would support him
again this year. He said he
would not support a Democrat Democratic
ic Democratic ticket of Adlai E. Stevenson
j for pretident and his fellow Tex Tex-en,
en, Tex-en, Sen.' Lyndon B. Johnson for
" vice president. '"'" r'.-';
Johnson recently ousted Shivers
from control of the Texas Demo
crane party and its delegation to
the national convention
Shivers refused to say what
Democratic nominee would get his
"Let them name him," he said,
"and I'll make my choice."
Shivers called for a return of
the convention rule, abandoned in
1936, requiring a two-thirds vote
to nominate a candidate. This
rule traditionally gave southern
delegates a veto over any candi
date unacceptable to them.
, He said that undo the present
majority vote nils, a "coalition
f splinter factions" can and
He said a return to the t w o o-thirds
thirds o-thirds rule would eliminate the
"democratic dilemma" of trying
to appeal to a wide assortment of
"The Democratic blanket has
ueeiF stretched tev the tearing
point," he said, "in an attempt to
cover sucn strange bedfellows as,
for example. Sen. Harrv F. Bvrd
(D-Va.) and CIO-AFL Vice Presi
dent Walter Reuther."
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WASHINGTON, (PAU) -Mayors,
city managers and other
municipal officials of manv United
States cities will attend the sixth
meeting of the Inter American
Congress of Municipalities which
win De neia in ranama City Aug.
19-24. -, a.
More than 400 city officials xand
experts on town planning from all
21 of the Americar. Republics have
indicated their intention to attend
Growth of urban areas and
sources of income of municipal
ties are among topics on the meet
The first meeting of the Inter.
American Congress of Municipali
ties was held in Havana in 1938.
Subsequently it met in Santiago,
Chile; New Orleans; Montevideo,
and San Juan, Puerto Rico,
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILf NEWSPAPER
Social and Otlici
4 ... Box 134, Panama
SATURDAY, JUNE it, 1958
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IEW1S C. MATTISON, deputy director for the American Republics or the "United States In Information
formation Information Agency,' who left today to continue his visit throughout South America, is shown
chatting to feilcw guests at a party given by Mr, and Mrs. Jerry James. Priday. From left
.to right, Mrs, Harry easier, Mr. Mattison, British Ambassador Ian Henderson, and Health Di Di-f
f Di-f rector of the tanama Canal Government Col. Charles O. Bruce, j.
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" MA J. GENERAL AND MRS. GHOMAWS t. HARROLD
WELCOMED WITH RECEPTION AT FORT AMADPR
Maj. Gea. and Mrs. Ghomaws L. Harrold were guests of
honor at reception yesterday afternoon at the Fort Amador
Officers' Club. Hosts for the occasion were the officers of
- the C.S. Army Caribbean arid their wives, ..s .' i, u
, Col. and Mrs. Willys Lord V
- Give Cocktail Buffet At Homo ;
' Chief of the U.S. Army Mission
, to Panama Lt. Col. and Mrs. WU WU-"vlys
"vlys WU-"vlys Lord, entertained with a cock cocktail
tail cocktail buffet at their home in Campo
Alegre, Thursday night, s:
For Geeri N. Enaetke
Employes of the Commissary
.... t;..;eiVkM tMAniAfAil tftt Hinnpr
dance at the Hotel Washington,
last nightj in honor of George En En-.
. En-. g elke,. who has retired from serv serv-'
' serv-' Tee with the Panama Canal Co.
.Wore than 150 guests attended.
During the evening1 Mr. Engelke
was presented a gift of a Winches Winchester
ter Winchester Target Rifle with Telescopic
Sight as a remembrance from the
employes of the Commissary Divi.
won. Ke was also presented with
a souvenir book containing auto auto-prpphs
prpphs auto-prpphs of friends and c-workers
and pictures pertaining to various
opcra'..ons of L.e Commissary Div Div-itk.n.
itk.n. Div-itk.n. ; ;
Mr. Engelke has the distinction
ot having the longest continuous
service with the Panama Canal
If you want your neighbors to
think well of you don't run a
power-lawn mower or power saw
early on Sunday morning when
some of them might like to sleep,
pon't let your dog be a nuisance.
Don'b olay vour radio,' record
" player or TV so loudly that the
sound carries beyond your own
In short be the kind of neigh
lor you like to have.
SY MSS. MURIEL LAWRENCE, to the code of an Old World moun-
'. , Ita'n village.
- 'A recent meeting of profession-f The parent advisers had some
i parent advisers asked itself
qi'f-snon: wnat can we do a-r-ut
foreign-born parents who ask
t r-r A-Tierican children to obey
t..e codes of their native lands?
Someone presented the case of
a Mrs. P., who had been reared
in a country that tolerated no
, unchaperoned contact between
ymins; people of opposite sex.
1 .h her native village would
'e li. lu'gen'ly on such human
! ij.t-i as adultery, stealing,
s i '.!!, it simply couldn't bring
i f.f to allow a girl and boy to
be alone together for five min
airs. r. s compatriots were con-,know that these restrictions Willia m, oy tne nev. jonn spear, um um-vinced
vinced um-vinced that the only mutual in- scar Maria? How do you knowier services will be held for the
'- a boy and gul alone could!
ire was sexual satisfaction. And
ty stamping her with this' cultur cultur-'
' cultur-' conviction, they made it. im impossible
possible impossible for her to accept her A A-merican
merican A-merican daughter's social life.
A high school senior, Maria was
ftrbidden classmates' parties.
dances, movie dates. As in all'
these social excursions there
n'ight occur some fatal interlude
that left Maria alone with a doy,
hsr mother could not permit them,
Instead of realizing that Amer
ican girls are supposed to bej'There is no predicament that we j
reared with built-in chaperones,
Vr?. P. refused Maria the suner-
v on of her own social actrvitip'?n kind that constitutes moral a--and
demanded that she submit' chievemcnt."
Putin 1 OrtJ JwttU It Mihl frtmfsilf It LjuumLr (L'
mLm 2-0740 2-074 Umm 9:00 td .. 'mtf. "
and has over 44 y e a r s and 9
months service with, the Commis Commissary
sary Commissary Division.
Mr. and Mrs. Engelke sailed on
th SS Anrnn tnHsv and will malro
their future home ia Bentonville,
Artansas.; : ;
Mrs. Dorcas Gregory
Mrs, Dorcas Gregory, who left
today on the SS Ancon, was feted
last night at a farewell party giv given
en given by Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hays.'
Mrs. Gregory plans to visit New
York and Minnesota before making
her home in California,
Cap. And Mrs. John BarrttV
Welcome Third Son
Capt. and Mrs. John Barrett of
Ancon announce the birth of their
third son, seventh child at Gorgas
Hospital at 3:30 this morning.
They have not yet chrxi a .name
tor t;.e espy. "'-y ,
Ff. Clayton N.C.O. Wives :
Hold Dinner Dance
The Fort Clayton N.C.O. Wives'
Club entertained their husbands at
a dinner dance Tuesday evening
at the Fort Clayton N.C.O. Club.
A beautifully decorated buffet
was a feature of the evening. Mu Mu-s:c
s:c Mu-s:c for dancing was furnished by
the Lyon's Combo.
Those who attended were: M-l
Sgt. and Mrs. Nilton Moore, M-i
Spt. and Mrs. Anthony Wagner,!
S.F.C. and Mrs. Roy E. Knight.)
Sfc, and Mrs. Robert Royals, Sp Sp-2
2 Sp-2 and Mrs. Brogan, M-Sgt. and
Mrs. H. A. Moore, Mr. and Mrs.
Clair Sherman, M-Sgf. and Mrs.
A. A. Alexander, M-Sgt and
.Mrs. Coy Grinr. M-Sgt and Mrs.!
C. E. Hunt, Sfc. and Mrs. E.
Menk, Sfc. and Mrs. J. H. Rich Richardson,
ardson, Richardson, Sfc. and Mrs. J. 0. Con Conway,
way, Conway, Sfc. and Mrs. Eugene Blond,
M-Sgt. and Mrs. D. L. Grubbs, M-
Sgt. and Mrs. F. M. Dnrsett. Sfc.
and Mrs. W. H. Blackaby, Sfc.
and Mrs. S. G. Montgomery, M M-Sgt.
Sgt. M-Sgt. and Mrs. J. R. Roluffs, SFC
and Mrs. G. F. Gillette, M Sgt.
and Mrs. Clatus Lesley, AFC Leo
nard Wieczorek, Mrs. C. T. Mc
Coy and Mrs. Wesley R. Todd.
Favors for the ladies were do donated
nated donated by Felix Maduros. Door
orizes were won by Mrs. Antho
ny Wagner and Sfc. George Gu.
suggestions for changing her mind
One lady counsellor said: "This
mother chose America when she!
left her native country to come
here. She should be told that by
:ravuig u, sue aiso ten oenina 111
customs and took ours."
Another ladv said: "Sh shnntd'tronal festival observance was
be warned of the scar these
strictions will leave on Maria."
And another: "What about intro introducing
ducing introducing her to some Americanized
Then arose a wiser member of
tfe, parent education profession.
She said! "Are we not rushing
u conrlusions here? How dn vnn'rharist to be celebrated at 10:30
that living with authority s h e
doesn't agree with for the next
three years may not be precisely
the discipline she needs to make
her an unusually understanding
and brave person?"
She was reproving our national
tendency to re? ard any unusual
harshness in children's experience
as dooming to them.
Let me quote Dr. Viktor E.'
Frank! fames psychoanalyst of the
University of Vienna, on this ten
dency. He writes, "Goethe savs,
o?nnot ennoble eiiher by doing or
enduring.' This right enduring is
Box 5037, J,
THERE ARE SOME TRICKS TO
Are VOU SO "aura vnil'm tnm.
- Grace thmks she is, but she
didn't go to a business convention
with Bob because she claimed she
didn't hve "a thing to wear."-
She has enough clothes for her
social life at home and she would
have had enough for the conven convention.
tion. convention. But maybe she didn't have
enough clothes to impress the
other women and so she stayed
home and Bob went alone,;
Jane thinks the is companion companionable.
able. companionable. But if Jim suggests a last
minute change ef plans', Jane can
always find several reasons whv
the plan won't work. It would be
too much trouble to cet a babv-
sitter, or she already has a roast
in roe even.' jane for one reason
or another is never will in to
change her plans to fit her hus husband's
band's husband's mood. Yet she is sure that
she is a companionable wife.
How To Take The Fam Out Of
Living t -
Sue Is ?always worrying about
wnat omer people will think and
fretting over details. If they invite
the Browns to dinner, she is afraid
me wmtes wui.m hurt u they
aren't asked. She won't have com
pany for a simple meal. It s got
to be "company best" or nothing.
And she works so hard to pro produce
duce produce "ompany best" she com complains
plains complains whe the evening is over
that she is exhausted and "thank
goodness it is over." Without
knowing it she takes all of the fun
out ot living, not only for herself
but for, her husband. i ;
Marge is married to a man who
likes the out-of-doors and he has
tried to get her interested in the
things that interest him. But
Alarge is more attached to the
comfors of home than to learning
new ways of relaxing and having
fun. So when she does go along
with Bill on a fishing trip, she is
constantly! complaining. It's too
hot or too cold or she hates the
wind. Or she is sure she is getting
sunburned. Marge feels she is be being
ing being companionable by going along
occasionally. But is she?
To be companionable to a man
a woman has to be able to fit her
mood to his, to shar. his enthu enthusiasms,
siasms, enthusiasms, to take what comes with
a light heart. Are YOU really
A large congregation attended
St. Peter s Church in La uoca
last night to welcome the Rev.
Henrv A. Blake of Christ Church,
Colon, who was guest preacher at
the closing service of the patronai
After the service, the Woman's
Auxiliary tendered a reception,
with the clergy and congregation
I Another social feature of the pa-
re-jinrty and buffet supper given by
the choir guild on Thursday night
n the parish hall. An impromptu
program or vaneo items niguiiui'
ed the party. ;
Tomorrow the Woman's" Auxilia
ry will make their monthly eorpo
rate communion at me cnorai mi
dry as regularly scheduled.
Rnlnre NrtK FlIPC
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NEW YORK, June 30 (UP) -Burglars
escaped with furs and
jewelry valued at $6,000 early yes yes-yesday
yesday yes-yesday from the swank apartment
of blonde songstress Denise Par Parcel,
cel, Parcel, police said.
1 he loot included two mink
stoles and a pair of earrings, po-
Helen Darcel, sister of the sing singer,
er, singer, said Denise is at Valley Forre.
Pa., on a singing engagement.
By KAY SHERWOOD
NEA Stiff Writtr
With school out and summer in.
the familv autrt talcpt nn im irf
the -tspecU of a home on wheels
ana is a UKety candidate for rou rou-te
te rou-te housekeeping. The kids ana
their nuts niU in ton cnin th
rive-in; who knows who -dripped
ice cream an over the back seat?
- Next, they're off for a nienic am
back again, with a full load of
burrs and twigs grinding Its way
into the floor covering. f
And when the oldsters Open' the
windows td enjoy the breezes, ash ashes
es ashes from an overflowing tray swirl
around their heads,
I'm no fussbudpet. but I've rare rarely
ly rarely seen anything that can look dis disorderly
orderly disorderly faster thi the pa'e oasteJ
elastic interior of I ear in heavy
HAPPILY. WHEN Mr Interiors
became lighter and brighter they
a'o became easier to clean. Wash Washable
able Washable s'iocovers, too, can save non non-washable
washable non-washable uphd'sterv from som
of the spots and spills.
Keeping the Jalooy spruce tnside-
aod-out is not on'y a matter of
Inride. It will prolong the presents-
ible appearance (in case you're.
rontemplatin? a trade-in). Soie-
tines It n berome a safet fac
tor. as wxwt winas"iemvm,Tors
Md headheMs are freed of vision-
dimming soiL '.
' In the absence of special orena?
nations for specific car-e'eanini
jodv remember that milk soan
suH and warm water can be vsed
saelv and effectively. If a win
shield ia havily saetted With
tqauashed buns, let the suds et:pair.
for a fw minutes before rinsing
them off. - i
- If care of the ear will be one
of the children' chores, make a
rheckst of place not to overlook;
Alse Hst material to use te help'
tnem do a thorough job. w, ;
If there's an electric outlet han handy,
dy, handy, use the vacuum cleaner am
it attachments to rout the dust
that settle under the front tK
m the trunk compartment and in
the crevice amund the seats as
weu on mc nuur coverings., ;
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ASH TRAYS. ALL OF t h e m.
should be removed, emptied and
scrubbed out to keen them fresh.
The dashborad. inside of the doors
, 1 1 1 I 1 I 'II
ana au snous ana uiais win need; io u vuaiu-
the soap-and-wateri cleaning, s Stifg schools. ..
will the steering wheel.
LUSCIOUS SXZZ"3 eherrie make tefttUi! ahectcaket, eepe
. daily wka terrei m aew instant cream yaatty cakee.
y GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Feed and Markets editor
For a glorious Fourth serve a
glorious cherry or strawberry
shortcake. Julie King, from
Georgia, a southern girl who knows
fine eating, showed us bow to
make two. She says the more she
experiments with instant cream
the more she likes it. That's why
she uses it in both of these color colorful
ful colorful shortcakes. ., .i .
. Quick Shortcake
Two cupY biscuit mix, H cup
instant cream, 2 tablespoons sug sugar,
ar, sugar, i cup water. .- -, :
Mix the dry ingredients thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly and stir in water. Roll out
into six biscuits. Bake for 12 to
15 minutes in oven at 450 degrees
F, Split the shortcake biscuits and
make a sandwich filled with
canned or frozen pitted cherries
or fresh or frozen strawberries (if
you prefer, pit fresh cherries and
allow them to stand in sugar for
few hours. ( Top with the same
TO CZSr FIT YQU.7 f
"Each tablet contains 1'. rraina
aspirin the preferred standard
cir. n flavor. Accept no aabBtitute ,' V',,l'i.C J
oi.. wo.pn upirui ror Children. "A ,rt,,-
- em-e iammst muim aaenmi eon emmani M
SL ... . X i
. ''Mother's ether room' i m the
keusecleaning list all rammer
.ilontv Mild eoaa and water
treatment rewovee meat Inte-
rier dirt, keeps week U a aaini
Plastic uoholstprv rnmM la,l
fast with soap or- detergent, but
stubborn spots may need a flight
scrubbing with a little Scounn i
' powder. Rubber floor mats can be
scruDDea with a Brush,
- If thej family use the car as a
sort of pick-up truck, remind them
to keep sharp, heavily soiled and
spillabi freight off'the 'seats.,
The upholstery is touch but ii
can be gouged or pierced, if this
happens, damage ia difficult to re.
LONDON, June 30 UPJ -Mos
e-jw radio said yesterday that Rus
sia may set up a "civUdren's towni
let" composed of Westefn type
boarding schools, r .; -;' 4 :....
The broadcast fl u 6 tine th
Comniimtsr- newspaper Pravda,
said the central committea of the
ooviet communist party held a
conference on the subject early in
May. The conference was called
to carry out the ,20th party eon
.j'f.MH.a'. J.nlni.. .a .. 1.
f 1 s
Instant Cream Shortcake
(Makes S te shsrtcakes)
One-third cup instant cream, 2
cups flour, sifted, t teaspoons
baking' powder, 8 tablespoons sug
ar, l teaspoon salt, S tablespoons
shortening, about 2.3 cup water,
sonenea, nutter or margarine.
Sift together instant 'cream,
flour, baking powder, sugar and
silt. Cut in shorteningOwito pastry
blender or 2 knives until mixture
is texture of cornmeal. Stir in
water with fork to make soft
dough. Pat to Vi-inch thickness on
floured surface. Cut with 3-inch
biscuit cutter. Spread half of bis
cuits witn souenea nutter or
margarine. Top with remaining
biscuits. Place on a greased bak baking
ing baking sheet and bake' in hot oven
(425 degrees F.) 15 to 20 min
utes. Split and serve hot with
sweetened fruit, and cream if you
wish. You'll be delighted with the
flavor and texture of this new in instant
stant instant cream shortcake.
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of accu- r-tt."1'! I
Th Soviet Union hopes to use
peace to revolutionize tne bleak)
areas of the world, Supreme Court;
Justice William O. Douglas says!
in his new book, RUSSIAN JOUR JOUR-MEY
MEY JOUR-MEY (Doubieday). Douglas made
an extensive tcur of the Soviet
Union in the summer of 1955 and
found that the "new Soviet aris aristocracy"
tocracy" aristocracy" in the Kremlin wants
peace not only so the Russian peo people
ple people can enjoy the aiviaends of
their society but also to promote
a degree of world political com competition
petition competition never before experienced.
New and far more subtle meth methods
ods methods of spreading Communism
and Soviet Influence are the
fruits of Soviet policy changes
since Stalin's delth, he writes.
He predicts that the next half
century, will demand the greatest
Western political dexterity and
diplomatic. initiative to euro Soviet
expansionism. Asia is the battle battleground
ground battleground of the" future in the war
tor men's m'nds, he says. Com
parisons Of Soviet progress with
u.a. economic achievements are
unrealislip because, is the im
pact of Russian gains on the As'
ian mind which count most, he
says. Douglas stresses that the
Russians started from the asm
point as the Asians and their
course is more easily understood
by Asians thai the complex U.S.
picture. i ,-
- The West holds the key weapon,
Douglas believes, ia its doctrine
that "humaa beings are more inu
portsnt than theory," and in the
effort so nave the uncommitted na
Itiofts from Communism the West!
'must think and act in terms of
people and "their fears, their i
uecua auu iuoii uicvura. ,.
Marianne Thornton Was haunt-!
ed, in her childhood, by fear that!
Napoleon would invade England j
arid cut down the big tulip tree iri!
the garden of her father'! hOmel
in Battersea Rise just outside Lon-f
don. She saw old King George III
on his throne. She saw "wicked'
Queen Caroline,, wife of George1
IV. She lived on until 1887.,
Marianne left, in her innumer innumerable
able innumerable letters, and in the "Recillec "Recillec-tioni"
tioni" "Recillec-tioni" she wrote in her middle
age, a record Of her times which
is matched by few. i
It ia fortunate that she had, as
her grand-nephew, E. M. Forster.
one cf Britain's most distinguished
novelists. Fortunate too, incident incidentally,
ally, incidentally, for Forster and for the many
who await his writing eagerly.
For she willed hira $40,000, which
enabled bint to make writing his
career. ; '..,.
Forster has fulfilled a monumen monumental
tal monumental labor of live in writing, on
the basis of the records the old
lady left, MARIANNE THORN THORNTON:
TON: THORNTON: A DOMESTIC BIOGRAPHY
(Harcourt, Brace). .
To Papa Thornton's 34-bedroom
hnii in Battersea Rise used to
gu Tom Macaulay, who was to be-(
come Loia a.atamay; -iae, reai
historian, and William Wilber
force, Britain's abolitionist leader.
Marianue'i life was that of a
member of a banking famdy in
the solid late Georgian and Vic Victorian
torian Victorian eras. But hers was not a
stodgy life. Her letters scintillate
with wit and humor.-There is dra
ma in them, and there is scan
dal. They have enabled r oister 10
recapture decades oi tne past.
' ktitr fairlv Vnethv absence
from the- criminal scene two of
the more prolific masters nave re returned:'
turned:' returned:' John Dickson Carr with
PATRICK BUTLER FOR THE
DEFENSE (Harper) and Ross
Mnerionald with THE BARBAR
OUS COAST (Knopf).
carr s onenng win surprise a
number of his regular ians. He
has abandoned his regular sleuth,
Dr. Gideon Fell, in favor of a barrister-who
has previously played
minor roles. And. rather than rely
upon pure deduction, as usual, he
hi tnrhidAd fi st action that bor
der on toughrguy-ism.
Botn tne posing ana solution oi
Wlr4-rrwim nroblem are entire
ly up to snuff. Calx's women grow
progressively less stereotypea,
and the minor cnaracters: mmuie mmuie-rlass
rlass mmuie-rlass slumdwellers. mysterious
Persian magicians. and variety
er'taincs. are all satisfying.
kaci Marimnaia navinK
Hrnniuul thff 'Jfthn' ii result of
being confused witn autnor jonn
uann Macuonaio runs iar un
Ar in hl etnrv rurrvinff his
wottn far fnntmlie nlottine tO
ridiculous ano-auu umiis. worst
perhaps is his portrayal of sleuth
Lew Archer, long a favorite for
tk. ki.mantiv that 1v hnat)t ft
I tough-guy exterior. In this book
Archer becomes as oaroarous as
any ef the other characters. But
all in all the story manages,
though barely, to stay in the up upper
per upper half of iu class.. .....
(CempDed by Pnblbhert Weekly)
TOE LAST HURRAH Edwin
IMPERIAL WOMAN Pearl S.
LUCY CROWN Irwin Shaw
AUNTIE MAME Patrick Den Dennis
TEN NORTH FREDERICK -John
THE BIRTH OF BRITAIN Sir
ARTHRITIS AND COMMON
SENSE Dan Dale Alexander
THE SEARCH FOR BRIDEY
MURPHY Morey Bernstein
GIFT FROM THE SEA Anne
A NIGHT TO REMEMBER
PROFILES IN COURAGE John
. (Batl Silltn
Lu.v.,iiu.i ANNOUNCED Mr. anft Mrs. Hugh McDermott
of st. Fetersburg, Fla anno mce the engagement of their
daughter,' Jean McDermott, to William M. Brandl. Mr. Brandl
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McO. Brandl of Balboa, C.Z.
The wedding will take place early in August in St. Petersburg.
Powell Proposes Withholding Federal ;
f unds From States Against Integration
WASHINGTON June" 30 (UP)
Rep. Adam Clayton Powell (D-'lias said let's have a gradual ap-N.Y-)
said yesterday Congress will proach" to integration,
become a -"partner to the crime i But Rep. James Roosevelt (D (D-of
of (D-of defiance of law and order' if Calif.) urged the House to approve
it rejects his anti segretation a-' the amentiinent because some
uiendment would amount to "nul- Southern slates hav annnounccd'
hiication by Congress", of the Su- tlat tliey "never" will comply
preme Court's historic decision with the Supreme Court order,
outlawing racial segregation m Powell's amendment would
pabHc- schools. He has propose) force the government to hold in
withholding federal funds fro nl escrow for the four years of tue
states which do not. comply with bill money intended for states
tie ruling. -. i which did not start to integrate
The NegrO congressman spoke while and Negro children in
out in the second day. of House schools.. They couid get the money
debate on the school bill. Voting if they made a start toward coin coin-on
on coin-on key amendments is expected plaince. , .
Wednesday with committee action) i (- '
scheduled for, next Thursday fl- 'Many Southern Democrats op op-lowing
lowing op-lowing the Independence Day re-.pose the sthool bill on grounds
cess i .r--- :; : that federal funds could be with with-'
' with-' Rep. Cleveland M." Bailey tD-held from segregated school s;s-W.Va.K-
a supporter of the bill, Items by administrative action
branded Powell s amendment as
clared-that if Powell's- am;hd-j(D-Pa.rUthor'of the bill, said
menf kills the bill, he will "be pun- this is hot so, ","
ishlng not only the white children! "More, than "a majority of the
of the nation but' all the Negro Republicans are formerly amend amend-children
children amend-children as well, v inient," Powell said. "If the Dem-
Rep. tee- Metcalf D-Morrt ). ar-ocrats defeat it, the Democrats
gued that the Powell amendment party will become the American
would, "repudiate tne &upreme'anti.civu ngms party. ,
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BERLIN. June 30 UP) A
West Berlin newspaper dispatch
from Helsinki today reported "re "resistance"
sistance" "resistance" activity against the Red
regimes In the Sovietized Baltic
states of Latvia. Lithuania and
The dispatch printed in the
newspaper "Telegraf" said rebels
seized the Latvian radio station at
Riga and held it 48 hours.
"There were numerous other re resistance
sistance resistance actions,", the paper said.
It attributed the reports to re
fugees arriving in Finland from
the three tiny nations which were
occupied by Soviet troops during
World War IL :
It was reported that troops of
the Russian 11th Armorea isngaae
were rushed to the Latvian mount-tins
to cope withe the rebels. ..
securities in ro;.u
; AJUAB, HATI)8SI ASSOCIATES
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Fanec riduclarla Vi
Cemento Fanam .... T3
CervecerU Madonal SS
Chlrlcana do Lache ... 11
Coca Cola ............a.
Fret, wiih Cora. .....
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Finanzax, A At
Pref. with Com. ......
Fiierza V Lux Pret.
Fuerza jr Lui Com. ...
rJotelea Interim flcanoa.
General d Sefuroa .... St
Panamefla da Aceitea ... St
Panamefia do Fibraa ... SS
Panamena de Segurat ..15 27
Pmamena a Tatnco ..18 11 12
Teatro Bellavteta T50
Teatro Centra) .......... 660
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Agencias Internal, de Publicaciones
HI Lottery Flasa
r CASA ZALOO
. Costal Ave.
' ; : I
FOR SALE; Owner faint ta
States, 3-piece dining iat with 4
chain, and tablet, Btadix wash-
ar. Phaaa 2-1959, 8 s.m.-4 a.m.
weekdays, j. 1 -
FOR SALE: 8-eu. ft. chart type
: freezer, guaranteed, $125. Tel Tel-apheaa
apheaa Tel-apheaa Kobba 5207.
FOR SALE; -Madam living room
tuite, 4 pieces, custom made,
foam rubbar, lika new; 2-step
and labia, mapla leva aat.
Quartan 4-A, Fart Davis.
FOR SALE: 4-bumar pat rtava
$90, aafa $25, 2 chain $15 aa.,
china claaat $20. Call Diabla 2-
' 1622. ;: -..,;.;..,.-.
FOR SALE: Wettin g h a a t a
porcelain refrigerator,) 25-cycle,:
9x10, prica $100. At hama Juna
30 ta July 1, at 12 noon till 6
p.M. Houta 784-B, Tavarnilla
. .Street, Balboa. Call at Balboa :
FOR SALE: Mahogany dininf
roam tat, vary good condition.
50th Street Na. 54, in front of
FOR SALE; Madam uphoWar uphoWar-ad
ad uphoWar-ad living ream tat,, wardroba,
vanity. Houta 921-B, La Baca.
FOR SALE: B.S.A. matarcycla,
, bju., aiaa-car. naaia Arcima-
gat, Juan sta Straat No. 69.
Phena 2-5426 Panama.
WANTED- Experienced cook.
Recommendatiene and haahh
card attential. 7th Street Na. II,
Golf Heightt. Phaaa 3-3136.
WANTEEDi Serfeut tad re re-epantibla
epantibla re-epantibla eeek. Mint knew ta
prepare meaN. Peru Ave. 37-48.
Ycnsa Bikaa C::i$
TL'm:r; Still Vcr.ls
Velfer Title Shot
NEW YORK. June 30 fUP 'L.1
lama canama, who weighed the
heaviest of his career and scored
bis most notable middleweight tri-
umpo last nignt, surprised every
one roaay dv announcing "I'm
Stiil after a shot at the welter
Strong, rangy Yama from the
Island of Bimini, registered his
23rd straight victory on a decisive
unanimous verdict over Gil Tur Turner
ner Turner of Philadelphia in their TV-radio
10-rounder before a "studio
group" of about 1,500 at Madison
square Garden. t
mars right," said manager
DODoy MeinicK today. Yama is
after the welterweight title, not
the middleweight, in spite of the
fact that he weighed more than
Turner 1544 pounds to 154."
To challenge for the w e 1 1 e r
crown one must pare down to 147
pounds, but Melnick said 23-year-old
Yama can do that easily.
Yama, favored at 12-5, weighed
a couple pounds" more than his
handlers expected last night in
his first Garden main event, and
pilot Melnick said, "He would
have beep much faster at a lower
The -Balboa Gun Club will
hold an NRA approved pistol
match, July 4. All members of
the Armed Services, canal Zone
Police, and members of any gun
club on the Isthmus are invited.
Brina- the lamllv and celebrate
the 4th with members of the
Balboa Gun Club. If you don't
want to shoot come and watch
Food and drinks are available
for reasonable prices.
There will be four fired match
es and one statistical match.
Match No. 1 will be 20 sh;
slow fire at 50 yards with a 22
Cal. pistol or revolver.
Match No. 2 will be 20 shots
time fire 25 yards with 22 cal.
pistol or revolver.
Match No. 3 will be 20 shots
rapid fire 25 yards with 22 cal.
revolver or pistol.
Match No. 4 will be the Na-
Mnnol VaTnwk eriiaiM. 14-1v
terfire pistl or revolver.
(.vsiioA xnavL'n iulubij witti ccii"i
Match No. 5 will be an aggre-
gate of the -scores fired in
matehes l, 2, 3, and 4,
NRA rules will be used. Scor-
Inir will be done after each ten
Entry fees will be $1 pr,sulting engineer who wUl escort
match or $3 for all five plus 25
cents tor kka. .
Ehootlnpt will start at 9 a m
Entries will be accepted until the
first relay of that match has
. in La CwiuviUIa
He. M "V Street
ctb at July Ate. J M.
FOR SALEt '51 Hudtaa 4-dr.
; Cammadara-B wradia, $500
cath. Panama 3-4753.
FOR SALE. C.M.C. 1952 mod modal
al modal pantl delivary truck, Vi ten,
in goad canditioa. Phena 2 2-1956.
1956. 2-1956. FOR SALE: 1954 Chavralat
, BolAir 4-door tadan, powtrglida,
radio, excellent ihapa, 25,000
' miles, naedt rubber aeon $1400.
' Phena 6-118.
FOR SALE: .1954 Chevrolet
5 "1 1 0" 4-door tedan, 1 4,000
' milet, ana owner,, white tidewall
tirea, pawer glide, excellent con con-.
. con-. ditian, Will accept reatonible
offer. Call Coca Sola 308.
FOR SALE: 1952 Buick Con Convertible,
vertible, Convertible, wtw, dynaflow, radio,
good condition, ana owner, duty
paid. Phone Curunda 2198
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
4-doar Station Wagon, 210 ta
rial, pawerglide, radio, excellent
condition. Will consider small
foreign car in trade. Albrook
FOR SALE: 1951 Pontiae 4-dr.
tedan, 2-tone blue-grey, hydra-
marie, radio, deluxe model, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition $750. Phone
FOR SALE: 1949 Cadillac, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, well equipped, ;
$550 er take photographic e e-quipment
quipment e-quipment in trade. Army 84 84-2249
2249 84-2249 FOR SALE: 1948 Oldsmobila
98, hydramatie, radio, etc. 356,
Apt. II, next ta Ancon Com
FOR SALE--1946 DeSote, good
' canditioa $175; Cuthman motor
tcootor, just overhauled $100.
0906 Amador Read. Phena Bai Baikal
kal Baikal 3060.1
FOR SALE1947 Packard te tedan,
dan, tedan, clean interior, feed condi condition,
tion, condition, $200. Phaaa Diabla Hgn.
Seek 0u2ri:r Fb:l
Berth Af Vimbledon
' WIMBLEDON, Eng., June 30
kvf) teven Americans, mclud
mg inree men and lour women,
bid today to join young Allen
Morris of Atlanta, Ga., in the
quarter-final round of the Wimble Wimbledon
don Wimbledon tennis championships.
Morris, 24-year-old former foot
ball player who says, "I didn't
come Here to lose," gamed his
surprise quarter-final spot yes yes-day
day yes-day with a dramatic 1-6, 12-10 8-6.
3-6, 6-3, victory over 19-year-old
Asniey cooper, Australia's "cham
pion or tne future."
Today sixth-seeded Ham Rich
ardson of Westfield, tf.J., eighth eighth-seeded
seeded eighth-seeded Vic Seixas of PhiladelDhia.
and unseeded Art Larsen of San
Leandro, Calif., will be trying to
move up wiin Morns.
In women's singles. auater.final
berths are the target of defend defending
ing defending champion Louise B r o u g h of
aeveriy mils, cam., second-seed
ed Beverly Baker Fleitz of Long
Beach, Calif., fourth-seeded Althea
Gibson of New York, and fifth fifth-seeded
seeded fifth-seeded Shirley Fry of St. Peters
Larsen. Former U. S. sineles
champion, drew perhaps today's
toughest opponent second-seeded
Ken Rosewall, former Australian
champion. Richardson-, the Rhodes
scholar, faced Abe Segal of South
Africa. Seixas, the 1953 Wimble
don champion, met another South
African, Gordon Forbes. The win
ntr of the Seixas-Forbes match
will be the quarter-final rival for
Miss Broueh appeared to have
the easiest draw among the Amer.
ican girls today, facing Fay MuL
ler of Australia. Mrs. Fleits op
posed veteran Hungarian star Su
it Kormoczi: Miss Gibson faced
dangerous Pat Hird of Britain;
and -Miss Fry was matched a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Jennifer Hoad, wife of top-
seeded men's star Lew Hoad of
Australia. -v. 'v:--',-
Tour US Industry
NEW YORK,' June 30 (UP)
inirty-six young Spanish engineers
an(1 tw engineering professors
from the University of Madrid ar-
"Ta nere yesterday to begin a
-Qay lour mdustry.
Jose M. Masn New YorV rnn.
them on the tour, said the group
will visit a dozen American cities,
including Boston, Schenectady,
Buffalo, Detroit, Akron, Pittsburgh,
"'shinglon, Philadelphia and Mia.
. Ave. ThroB If e. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
.14 Central Amu
. FARMACIA LUX
1 lie Caatzal
BOX 2031, ANCON CZ.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
We ask the following partem to
kindly pan by the Campania da
Lefevre. S.A., "A" Street No. 7 7-35,
35, 7-35, ta tattle matter ef interest
ta them: Fermey E. John, Abra Abraham
ham Abraham Hidalgo, Petra C da Gea
MR, CAR OWNER be fully in informed.
formed. informed. Do you knew about
Johnston guaranteed auto re repairs.
pairs. repairs. Phone 456-A, J 6th Mal Mal-endex,
endex, Mal-endex, Colon.
FOR SALE .s Winchester 52 HB
target rifle, Redfield Olympic
tights, $65. Panama 3-4753.
FOR SALE: Cheap 1946 Buick
Super 4-door, metal d raster with
mirror, 14-inch girl 'i bicycle lika
new, metal kitchen table, mis-
cellaneout items. Call Panama 3 3-6065.
6065. 3-6065. ;-
fOR SALE: Steinway piano,
tpinet style, good condition,
$175; Silvertonc blonde console
radio and phonograph with rec record
ord record ar book cases. $85. Call AI-.
FOR SALE; Carbl-twist can.
crate drills, star drillt, cere-vent
drills, double shields, bolts,
icrewt, nuts, Evant white tape,
ateel rulet, etc. CASA DEL TOR.
NILLO. East 29th Street Na.
29-04. Phena 3-0973.
FOR SALEi AKC registered
Cocker Spanialt, S weeks aid,
$35. Gcrarde Ortega St. No. 14,
FOR SALE-Tharaufhkrad Da Da-r
r Da-r barman Pinscher pup, all paaen
nd shot. Coca Sola phone 8487.
FOR SAL!: Wardrobe trunk,
oad condition. Call 2-1803 alt altar
ar altar 5:30. f V..'-;
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: A wm wm-pleta
pleta wm-pleta tot af standard Encyclopa.
dia Britannia. Phena 2-4380. .
I!jw Lbr Csrhfhla
Tour Fcr CeriL!;::.!
The new Cnnaril Hn.i r.-;n.t.
, "WW .1U1U1I,
latest and ltinn tn tha Mmn....!.
fleet. Will mnlr du
mas and New Year's Cruise to the
nesi uraies ana soutn America, it
was announced today by G.,L.
ccwen, general passenger manag
er Of the Ciinarit T in. ili that TTni'4-
- a passu WUl1
ed States. .
The trail hnlirlav w n v i t.
Scheduled to sail SatnrHav n..
22. on What will bn th. rnrinthi.'i
maiden voyage from New York.
The itinerary will include six of
tne Caribbean's most exeitinc
cruise ports. :
The 22.000-tnn Tarinthla will k.
the newest liner cruising the West
maies ana win ran at Mnrttnfmia
Trinidad, La Guaira, Curacao.
cnstoDai and Port-au-Prince.
143 Rebels Killed
In Indonesia Drive
DJAKARTA. TndAneia Tun. qn
(UP) A 12-day drive on Islamic
rebel stronghold in th rih.
Islands killed 143 rebel anil ran.
hired 437, a military spokesman
TrooDS. Dlanet anrl ahlna tonV
part in the opration, he said. It
was aimed at back areas of the
Celebes where the rebles have
MSSING A 13-state police
alarm has been sent out for
Miss Rosemary Spezzo, 24,- a
Yonkers, N.Y., schoolteacher,
who has been missing since
June 22. Miss Spezzo disap disappeared
peared disappeared while en route to a,
bank to make a $300 deposit
She was last seen talking to
Edward Eckwerth a coffee
salesman, v.ho Is &ha mksinj."-
ATTENTION fi. LI i
tawdara furaiaked apartments, 1,
2 btdrttmt. hat, celd wstat
fbone raaataa 1-4941.
FOR RENT Best located one one-room
room one-room fumithed apartment. Cleaa
and independent, ,43rd Straat
Na. 13. -w
FOR RENT Furnished apart
ent $50. North Americaa
neighbors, regular transportation.
FOR RENT. Modern, coal twa twa-bedreom
bedreom twa-bedreom apartment, maid's roam,
front terrace, garage, hot water
heater. Half block Via Espana,
ear Hotel El Panama. Call 3 3-0972.
0972. 3-0972. EOR RENT.- Luxuriously fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, new furniture,
new building, 2 bedrooms, hot
water, maid's room, garage at El
Cangreje. Moderate rent. Phena
2-2883, 'Muebleria Moderna."
FOR RENT: Three apartments
af Liont Club raffia in El Ctn Ctn-,
, Ctn-, grejo, Calle ,"A" of two bed bed-,
, bed-, rooms, bath, living room-dining
room, porches, maid's room with
' bath, laundry facilities, hot wa-
ter, all ecreened. for $125..$1 15
( and $110. Phana Panama affica
i 2-0027, call at house anytime.
FOR RENT: Apartment, unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, ia pleasant surroundings t
living-dining roam, 2 bad rooms,
2 bathrooms, maid's roam, ga garage,
rage, garage, laundry facilities, hot wa water
ter water installation $90. Bella Vh Vh-ta,
ta, Vh-ta, house 32 44th Street. Phone'
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment including refrigerator,
parlor, dining room, bedroom,
kitchen, tiled, screened. Apply
,112 Via Beliearie Ferret, near
FOR RENT. 2-bedroem apart apart-"'meat.
"'meat. apart-"'meat. Phone Panama 3-6115.
FOR RENT: Army inspected,
furnished I -bedroom apartment :
With kitchen, refrigerator, all
conveniences. No. 17-18 Fourth
rlaf July Ave. Phena 2-5133.
FOR RENTs Famished email
motel-like apartment for couple
Without children. Army inspect inspected,
ed, inspected, rent $40. Na. 22 6th Ave.,
San Francitce. )ut off the lata
Serviea Station aa Vis Pome.
FOR RENT j Completely tar tarnished
nished tarnished ena-badroom apartment,
$110. Across from Moral El Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. Apply Fata Halcea, -12
and 2-6. Phaaa 3-1 179.
FOR RENT 2-bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment furnished. Carratauilla
637. Phena 3-2737. $60.
FOR RENT. Furnished all-comfort
apartment, inspected, screen screen-ad.
ad. screen-ad. Via Espafla, house before
FOR RENT. Furnished I -bedroom
apartment complete, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, suitable couple with I child,
ancloted garden. Army mtpect mtpect-ed,
ed, mtpect-ed, Bella Vista. Phena 3-1146.
FOR RENTs Famished ar an.
fumithed one-bedroom modem
apartment, garage. 168 Via Bal Bal-itarie
itarie Bal-itarie Perraa.
JEEZ BENNETT, call 3-2905
ebeut mutie iooont.
laaa.w J 0aaa3
30 (UP). Ten Moroccan Arabs
were killed early today in a.
bloody street battle with rmnrh
paratropers and Colonial Sene
galese soicuers, French officials
It Was the tnrwt anrtnna out
break of violence her sine
r rance gave Morocco its inde independence
pendence independence and French soldiers
assumed the status of guests.
Four of the Senegalese troops
and three French soldiers were
injured in the fight r
The Incident lennarrlln1 dif
ficult negotiations being con-
-1 A. v X.
ouciea Dei ween nance and
Morocco on final terms of inde independence
pendence independence for the former nrn.
Authorities said a tieht v
tween Moroccans and a Sene
galese soldier of the sixth regi regiment
ment regiment : Of colonial narat.rrvmx
sianea tne iray. other sene senegalese
galese senegalese came to their comrade's
aid and started shooting up sur surrounding
rounding surrounding streets.
It took French troops equlp equlp-ned
ned equlp-ned wish tanks anrl natml pirt
several hours to break up the
battle and separate the Moroc Moroccan
can Moroccan and Senegalese factions.
THE RIGHT MOV R
NEW YORK (ilF.KI Tnm
SlurdivanL the Vtsttt richt-
hander, was a minor league in in-fielder
fielder in-fielder for his first three years in
Baseball. lie cnanged ovcrtopitch ovcrtopitch-ir(?
ir(? ovcrtopitch-ir(? while in srrvire dsirif?
r la Om At, m. u
FOTO DOMY ;
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach houta. One mrle past Co Cosine.
sine. Cosine. Balboa 1866.
6ramlich't Santa Clara Beach
Cartages. Modem conveniences,
moderate rates, Phaaa Gambaa
BEACHSIDE vacatioa Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable houses.
' Phoaa Thompson Balboa 1772.
Spend year week ends at Ria
Mar, the bast bathing beach ia
the Republic, with all conve conveniences.
niences. conveniences. Moderate prices. The
new management af aaxietn ta
serve you. i ; ;
PHILLIPS Ocecaside Cottagee,
Saata Clara. Baa 435, Balboa.
Phaaa Pananta 1-1877. Crista-
aal 3-1673. ,
FOR SALE Church building,
earner of 13th and Bolivar, Cris Cris-.
. Cris-. tobal. Canal Zone, k a a w a as
, First Church af Christ, Scientist, j
Cristobal. Canal Zone. Sealed
bida will be received until mid mid-aight,
aight, mid-aight, Monday, July 9th. Oaea Oaea-mg
mg Oaea-mg ef bidt will be bold ia church
edifice Tuesday, Jury 10th. The
tight it reserved ta reject any or
all bidt. Anyaaa wishing ta bid
en thie building to conduct busi business
ness business la tha Canal Zone should
be sura they, or ha are eligible ta
to conduct business en tha Canal
Zene. Address all bidt andor
iaauiriot: Clerk. Fhat Church af
Chrltt, Scientist, Cristobal. Canal
Zona. P.O. Ban 2403. Cristobal.
Doscriicd By Sola
WASHINGTON. Juna 1t Tn
Chairman Clinton P. Anderson (D
N.1U of the Congressional Aotm-
uucif-v vjmmiuea saia today
that four hydrogen bombs explod exploded
ed exploded on the U.S. east coast would
cause "deaths, up into the mil-
Anderson's comment followed
disclosure that the Defense De
partment estimates an all-out at
omic attack on Russia would
cause "several hundred million
deaths." The deaths would occur
not only in Russia but alsn in ai
med nations surrounding tha Soviet
ITT t A : t I .
ujuua uauuns wnicn wouia De
subject to wind-borne radioactive
fail-out, a department official dis-
The release of the testimony hv
the .Defense Department brought
seme criticism in tne senate. Cri Critics
tics Critics said it would have an adverse
psychological effect international internationally
ly internationally and tend to force foreign na
tions toward neutralism.
Sen. Henry M. Jackson (D
Wash.), a member of both the A
tomicxand Armed SJemces Com
mittees, f aid release of the testi
mony was a "Blunder" that is
going to hurt us all ever the
Anderson told reporters that de
struction of life on such a mag magnitude
nitude magnitude is "technologically poisi poisi-ble"
ble" poisi-ble" with the revolution in war
fare caused by the H-bomb and
radioactive fallout And both the
United States and Russia have
"plenty of bombs" to cause such
carnage, he said.
"With four (H-bomb) shots on
the U.S. east coast there would
be deaths up into the millions,"
Anderson said. r . , ,
InCZ For Drcuver
Walnt enntrarts eallinw tnr tbo
Interior natntinor nf a mnn nf
apartments in tne EaiDoa Dis District
trict District were ccened this week bv
the Panama Canal Company.
servicio crou'dt'er entered low
bid of Sl 4.1ft. for tha Intorlnr
painting work. The work It to be
compietea witnin a so-aay pe pe-rlod.
rlod. pe-rlod. ; -,. ,.
Apartments to be painted tn
elude: No. C421-A. of Ancon
Nos. 0775-A and 1523-0. and
1573-H or Balboa; and No. 5333
A nf Dinhln TTeltrhta
The foilowlntr houses ar tn
be painted: No. 218 in Ancon;
ix u. u'juo m uamoa; nos. 5782 in
Diablo Heights: and No. 561 In
THE CURUNDU POST
Offers InvltatJon to b!d on
contract to operate a FLOR FLORIST
IST FLORIST EIIOP in Curundu, C. Z.
Prospective bidders are invit invited
ed invited to visit the operations. Lids
should be submitted in dupli duplicate,
cate, duplicate, in sealed envelope ad addressed
dressed addressed to the Installation Of Officer
ficer Officer for the attpntinn of the
Post Restaurant Oiixcr. E'ds
will be open! st M'l hours
on 12 July 1 5 in the Post
Restaurant Building. For fur further
ther further information, call Curun-du-6205
C"T'- l Jr t
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
ftotjue lefevre I Stmt
' Via Fena 111
.; NOVEDADES ATHIS
Via lageia Ava.
FOR RENT: Vacation guarters,
July 1 -September 30. Automo Automobile
bile Automobile Row. One-bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. $60 monthly. Phana Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-4382 after 7 p.m.
FOR RENT: House, chalet type,
3 bedrooma, 2 bathrooms, living-dining
room, kitchen, porch.
arege. maid's room, $140
monthly. Golf Heightt No 27.
Phono 2-3697 ar 3-5647.
FOR RENT: Modem duplex
semi-chalet: two bedrooms, two
bathroomt, hot water. Alhambra
Apartments, Telephone 1386,
FOR RENT: Chalet: two bad bad-reemt
reemt bad-reemt and maid's room, drawing-dining
roam, kitchen, porch,
garage and garden. Sea it along
Golf Course, Calle "A" No. 13,
Partjua Lefevre. Phone 3-2296
ar 3-5017. v ..
FOR RENT: r Attractive com com-modiout
modiout com-modiout modern furnished bouse,
from 4th July for, five months.
Three bedrooms, separate living living-dining
dining living-dining rooms, all conveniences.
Plena telephone Panama 3-4973
tor appointment ta view.
FOR RENT. Vacation quarters,
10th Street, Paltilla, for three
mentht Jury to September: 3 3-bedroom
bedroom 3-bedroom concrete house com com-plotefy
plotefy com-plotefy furnished including Tele Tele-vition.
vition. Tele-vition. Front and back patios,
large ancloted backyard, $145
per month. Call 3-3866 after 6
p.m. v.'-., :
FOR RENT Concrete chalet.
Modern conveniences. 8 bed bed-taamt,
taamt, bed-taamt, cloeet, living-dining room,
large kitchen, 2 perches, hot wa water,
ter, water, bathroom, tented yard, goad
neighborhood. Via Perras 91-B.
FOR RENTt 2-kedreom cen cen-erate
erate cen-erate chalet with modem cenve cenve-aioacet.
aioacet. cenve-aioacet. Phaaa 3-6373 Panama.
EECEIYES THArVir rnn n?rnw
ww v vchf au oawat XI, m VJHm
rLX K proudly disPlav la Chicago a photograph of
fh! !l,".l,ieilhwer and "thank-you-'card he received from
the Chief Executive. The youngster had written to the Presl-
' aent wishing him an early recovery from his illness. (
Tires V Tubes
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LOST & FOUND
STRAYED tinea June I from
temporary hama Bear Diabla
Commissary, small, thy, black-aad-wkite
mother cat named
Old. She hat white cheat and
holly, tear aa back just above
tail. May be trying ta reach
home in Panama. Plaasa tele telephone
phone telephone Balboa 4130 er Panama
3-1358 if you see a cat retom retom-ling
ling retom-ling this pet.
LOST: White wallet containing
only personal possessions, papers
important to owner. Substantial
reward. Panama 3-6188.
' COOK, with many years experi experience
ence experience detira to ga to tha U.S.A.
State doesn't mortar, to reside
with family needing such aa em employe.
ploye. employe. I am willing to live in. For
information call 2-4615 Panama
and atk for.L.B. Leaving Infer-,
nation and address ar telephone
S.n M:u2l Church
Fcr l!r$. Th:m3$
t Funeral aorvlrna will h a 1 A
tomorrow afternoon at 3:15 at the
S.in Miffllpl rhitrrh 4nr Mrc
Wilson Thnma whn AA Ttinp.
day at her home in Las Saba-
A Panamanian, Mrs. Thomas
fieri hmn ailinff for inma tint
She is survived by her husband.
isias, a uuor at tne Balboa YM YM-CA:
CA: YM-CA: her cbilden, Martha, Luther
and George, and seven grandchil grandchildren.
dren. grandchildren. ... ,'- :"
Burial will take place at the Jar Jar-din
din Jar-din de Pas Cemetery. r
nrw taa n... u M
S.lTlT.D.iT, JVXr 39. IMS
TT3 MXAMA A.rr.IC.LN A EVBETENrrNT DAILY NtWSPAm
- Also; v
G LOR T
- In Technicolor!
T IV Oil
THE GHOST Or
' Chaplera 4 6
"Scott Brady, In
- Also: J;.
R E L E A S E I
Sterling BALDEN Richard CARLSON
. ; t- to v
- THE LAST COMMAND
In TECHNICOLOR! J
Tan Heflin, in
COUNT THREE AND PRAY
Stewart Grander Jean Simmons,
FOOTSTEPS IN THE FOG
Donald O'Connor, in
" FRANCIS JOINS
MOYXS TV tADtO
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hoi-!
Ivwooditea Are Talking about:
The future of pay-as-you-see tele
vision, ; currently under ru con consideration;
sideration; consideration; as a golden boom for
Hollywood. Movie profits of $3,000,-
000 in a stingle night are tantaliz
ing stars like Dana Andrews, wno
says: "I've never seen real enter entertainment
tainment entertainment that people haven't been
willing to pay for. They're paying
for their TV entertainment now,
in th hidden charges for the
onnrts the buy. I've nothing
against commercials, but the ac-i..r-
h onnuch trouble trying to
tell entertainment, without selling
a product,. too."" ;
- Phil Silvers plannino; to follow
Jackie Gleason into the "Look,
M. I'm dramatic' department.
Jackie will play a priest en TV
Playhouse 90 in the fall. Phil has
.tnioht rale cooking en the
front burner wit h Ferd Star
Jubilee. ":. r, ' v. :
Reports that 1 Hollywood will
throw out that automobile sponsor
and let the film industry sponsor
the annual Oscar awards telecast
t .vmuM have haDDened on tne
first.show. 4 n
b.ui.u rmurt telkn2 David O.
. ..i..v -! "Th Duchess of
wi,w Rtnrv" will not be per
mitted in the Dress, in pictures, or
over TV throughout tbe united
"The reason why people are
eta vine away from m o v i e
f$U to big theater chain by
a person-to-person. W!;V
L The prieo of tickets. J. Park Park-ino
ino Park-ino or baby slttlna problems. 3.
They didn't like the picture.
' Asked what they io instead,
most people replied: ."Watch TV.
nXn wplleV concluding a deal
to hi,s Ptrimoprs!mi-ti
lured i -La' 1 r- r
r.-j i-.M.irrav signing. up lor
. JlEL .t-. "Ouantez;" But
wife June Haver again declining to
join him in the-cast to make it a
f a rA if tram. '. tar-
DUMIHUU i.,. v. Vnrfc
K'p sno sailing. i.o
ries Mr. Friday
July U to star in the film version
of "No Time for SergeanU. .
n'llin iemne-'UD for
"The wona u Uluc
poslte ; juvenile actor Tim Hovey
Jimmie" Komack, the new comic-
"I've just recorded an album
titled 'Music to Ee Divorced By'
a low fidelity recording." .
Jsck Webb and Peggy Lee are;
discussing a telefilm series, A se-
Perry Come asking $50,000 to
sins "Friendly Persuasion" over
Ltha titles of the movie with the
same name. The Studio hired Fat
Boone for $3,000.' .' . Another
flare-up between' Oean Martin and
Jerry Lewis. Jerry wants to direct
their next independent movie.
Dean's afraid to take a 1 chance
with Jerry hopping from one side
of the camera to the ether.
Al Freeman's slick comment
"The way the Russians, are re repudiating
pudiating repudiating Stalin, the next thing
you know they'll be accusing him
of being a Communist" v-
The Fine Print in 'Vivian
Blaine's contract to take over the
starring role- Shelley Winters ihas
been playing in tne croaoway nu,
"Hatful of Rain." The contract
specifies that the show must play
in Los Angeles during its road
four and Vivian must be in the
starring role when it does.
As Vivian exDlained it to me
"I've spent five years in 'Guys
and Dolls.' Everyone in Hollywood
thinks of me only for musical
comedy. By starring in the play in
Los Angeres l ca. sonvnis -bid
agents 1 can do a straight
By Pope During
Annual Feast Day
VATICAN CITY, June 3Q (UP) (UP)-Pnne.
Pnne. (UP)-Pnne. Pius XII aDDeared at his
hedroonv window four floors above
St. .Peter's Sauare yesterday to
bless an estimated au.uuu pilgrims
celebrating the feat day .of lt.
Peter and Paul :A national ho holiday
liday holiday in Italy;; ;!"-
The Pope made a five minwe
nVr-p-.'r.'in.' it the. window as iiold
au i'tuu'rf .I over i.ic
square to uutk the feast. day,-
5 Persons Killed
In Per tuncl Storms
" LISBON, Portugal, June ;,30 ',-
(UP) At least five persons have
been: killed since Wednesday in; a
Series of wind", hail and' electrical
storms in northern Portugal, it was
Reports from the area told of
widespread havoc by storms and
floods, although the full extent of
the damage could, not immediate immediately
ly immediately be- determined. Vineyards in
some areas: nave oeen -loiaiiy
ONE DEAD IN GAS EXPLOSION The remains of Monti's Cafe In Morrlsvllle. Pa., lie scat scattered
tered scattered over a wide area after a gas-triggered explosion leveled, the building. One person was
reported killed and four others were seriously Injured.
liavy Claims Vcrld
of f 63 1 ni3$
WASHINfcTON. June 30 (UP)
The Navy claimed-a new world
altitude record for a single-stage
rocket yesterday when an Aero-
bee-Hi reached 163 miles over
White Sands, N.M.
The Rocket reached a speed of
4,435 miles an hour, the-,. Navy
said. -;.i-,;'.!.'f,' .;-.v .:?-,.
The highest previous altitutde
reached by a single-stage rocket
was 158 miles, achieved by a Vik Viking
ing Viking rocket on May 24, 1954.
The all time altitude record was
reached by a two-stage combina.
lion of a German V2 and a U. S.
Array WAC Corporal which
climbed to 250 miles over-White
Sands in February,-1949. ;
The Navy -achieved success., in
its altitude record quest' after 8
series of failures with Aerobee-lli
'The first attempt- to reach a
'"ight greater- than the Viking's
iizzled early" in May when the
Aerobee-Hi reached only 10,000
feet. A week later a second rock rocket
et rocket failed to make the mark and a
third one likewise failed early
tThe Navy's goal ,fo.r the Aerobee-Hi
is 190 miles.
While it is called a single stage
rocket, the liquid-fueled vehicle is
boosted from the ground by ; a
solid propellent booster which
falls away after about three sec seconds.'
destroyed," the reports said. THEATRE .33 L
'Mr. California Guilty
Of Assault On 'Mr. Biceps
' i u A V I t t I I U do! I HkmmmA .1.
U Lc. j S::iV CI Fc:r Ar.J Dosire
JULY 4 LUX
- tUsUtf IsMftaestaMsT
. WASHINGTON; June 29 (UP)
-air. cauiorma, a west coast
strong, boy, was found guilty of
simple assault yesterday for sock socking
ing socking 'Mr, Universe" during a June
6 melee in actress Mae W c s t's
dressing room. I
The muscleman, otherwise
known as; Chuck Krausar, con
tended it was only self-defense
when he hit -"Mr. Universe," r
Mickey Hargltay, and sent him
flying to the arms ef actress
Jayne' Mansfield. '. .
' t;'VU'.- '.-'-:Vi;.V; i--t-'
But a municipal court jury
seven men and four women Je
cided Krauser hit too faL7 Mu
nicipal Judge Armand ; W. Scott
set Sept. 20 for sentencing. Krau
scr could get up to, a year in jail
ana-a ww,iwa....:. t,,,,.
It all started the nighfof June
ft when Miss West, then appealing'
5 -T . it..1
i'i a Dixm ciud iiia waa iuc
Messrs. Universe and California,
called reporters to her.. dressing
room Jot a news conference.
Things got sort of personal.
"Mr. Universe" claimed he was
being eased out of the show be-
cuase he was no longer in-1 Miss
West's favor. Suddenly "Mr.. Uni Universe"
verse" Universe" was on the floor holding
his handsome face. It was a Krau
ser right cross. ;'v
"Mr, Universe arose with as
sistance, hastened to a hospital,
got patched up and promptly
caught a -plane for i mew i or i
where he .was warmly greeted by
Miss Mansfield. He had known her
before. - - .- s -;,
Miss West was on band con constantly
stantly constantly during the two day trial
here, attired in pink slacks, pink
coat, pink sandals, white gloves
and dark glasses. Mostly she de deplored
plored deplored getting "dragged into this
publicity because I hardly ever
get to court
Krauser rather plaintively told
the iury he was afraid Hargitay
was "going to kill me."
"Mr. Universe seemed to be in
that frame of mind," be said.
"What am I going to do? Wait
until be let s me have it."
He agreed he didn't. First thing
he knew, he said, "my hand went
up" and Mr. universe went down.
He said it all happened because
Mr.: Universe was saying things
atxrat Miss West ; that weren't
Thad Frescott. Miss West's hair
dtesser, said he was standing
guard at. the dressing room when
Mr. Universe, barged in uninvited.
Mr.; Universe claimed herwaf in-
"Naturally." I couldn't oppose
him," Prescott said philosophical.
Iv. "Naturally. I didn't want to
try to stop him becaue of the
fact that he is much bigger than
Winter Says Hello
In Buenos Aires
' BUENOS AIRES, June 30 (UP)
Winter arrived" In 'Argentina yes
terday, The temperature here
dropped to 30' degrees 'and in va
rious cities, including the famed
Mar Del Plata beach resort, where
the first snow of the season fell.
SPECIAL RELEASE! rj
n tn n v i n n
L EJ Ut-J uuir
mmt VT MILES IOBNC ORKHC SOTO OoWncuY nj CLiI F FiO. -LTiT
. mj M 1am Ptoj H CS SMt IOHS mm art Km US O.rfttaj t, tjl .n
i A GOETZ fRODUCTiON A COLUMBIA picture
Joan Crawford, in one of the most unusual love stories
of her briiiiant screen career, currently stars at the Lux
Theatre in "Autumn Leaves," Miss Crawford superbly por portrays
trays portrays an attractive woman, watching her youth disappear
in loneliness, who suddenly is awakened to rnmanre by a
handsome younj stranger. Their love affair is fraught with
misgivings on her part, desperate needs anil demands vn
l;ls; their idyllic marriage inevitably moves from warmth
and excitement to terror, susjjicion and fear
I i its swift-pace entertainment, "Autumn Leaves" cap captures
tures captures the warmth and excitement of a breathless romance,
.the action of -a mystery story and the drama of life-and-death
conflict. More, "Autumn Leaves" sharply poses an
absorbing problem in human relationship V- weei a ir i
ami a voinan, ami t'ie o,ie-.l,in is not re I u I 1
i "! few sernnrls of the film. Jn.ss Crawford, aided by bnl bnl-!
! bnl-! (' fl '.n, ri- m "utiimn leaves' a liuly grej.t
30 1:55 6:20
MONDAY 6:15 &
- Otto Preminger's I I i
I I l"Ti .... :
8:15 St S:30
Jane Wyman & Charlton Heston -
. "LUCY GALLANT"
Sun. "The Adventures of Quenlln Durward"
Walt Disney's Feature Cartoon,
Sunday I'LL CRT TOMORROW
, Charles Drake ft'Karin Uoolh
Sunday "THE PURPLE MASK" ... "V,
6:15 Si :15
'" Rory Calhoun Shelly Winters
Gilbert Roland -.
"The Treasure cf Pancho Vi
Sunday "LUCY GALLANT"
m H 9 ..:l.v: ,( (c,
j - a tamx ptooucnoi y,
I : I
nnn n t n n n
CRISTOBAL "" Robert- Ryan & Shirley Yamagucbi
8:35 "HOUSE OF BAMBOO"
Also Showing: Sunday & Monday!
f ' .- i '
PARMO "I AST CROOKED MILE" & "SHADOWS OP
SANTA CRUZ Tyrone Power "King of the Kbyber Rifles"
CWT twvn "AN ANNAPOLIS STORY'" b "THE FEUD.,
To I.'onvegian Fend
ROTTERDAM. HOLLAND. June
30 (UP) The dispute between
Norwegian wtuline interests and
Greek ship owner Aristotle Onas
sis over alleged unfair, whaling
competition has now been comple completely
tely completely settled down it was learned
G. De Groot, Dutch lawyer for
the Norwegians in the case said
the bonds set by the Rotterdam
Court for the two parties earlier
wis year nave been cancelled.
Court proceedings originally
scheduled for Sept 5 this year a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Onassis. were stonned as a
result of the agreement between
tne two parties whereby Onassis
agreed to make a sum of monev a.
vailable for the Norwegian whal
ing fund as a compensation for
tne damage the Norwegian whal
ing industry allegedly suffered as
s result oi onsssis wnaling prac practices.
Meanwhile all catchers of Onas Onassis
sis Onassis "Olympic Challeneer" whal
ing fleet have left Rotterdam and
Schiedam Harbor for Japan. This
fleet was bought by s Japanese
wnanog nrm earlier this year.
Kill 3C3 Algerian
Rebels In 3 Days
ALGIERS, ALGERIA, June 30
(UP) French paratroopers aided
by a surprise troop landing from
a destroyer flotilla near : HiliDne-
vttle killed more than 300 Algeri
an rebels in a three-day battle,
French authorities said today.
''' ':'-"''. "' "' :,V'1 ."5 ij.fi
Officials said the battle ended
yesterday when three destroyers
put troops ashore under a protec
tive oarrage. "-"- "r.r'" ..
A pincer actios encircled in d
trapped t large unit of Algerian
reoeis, iney sain. a
' Announcement --of' tPe'-oTe
came as the French were speculat
ing whether a new phase in the
19-month-old Algerian rebellion
was beginning. ' i
One source said rebel rommand-
ers have decided to pull their bands
tick to the Inner rings of the Ne
mantcha and Aures mountains
bordering the Sahara, v f 4
Until now the rebels have oner
ated freely in the mountain ranges
closer to tne sea.
Heavily reinforced French
forces recently have launched
cleanout one-by-one drives against
the bands. The battle announced
today might serve to hasten the
move, sources said. ....
Gov. Craij Iri3s
To S!:? II:r.i!:y's
E; J Fcr Govcrncr
INDIANAPOLIS. Intl.. June 30
(UP) Gov. George Craig fought
to keep his leadership of the In
diana Rtnublican Party at the
state COP convention -yesterday,
Craig called on all his political
prestige and his reputation as one
of the strongest pro Eisenhower
governors in the nation to stop the
bid of Lt. Gov. Harold Handley
lor the nomination to run for governor.
The retiring governor had the
powerful backing of Rep. Charles
Halleck. dean of the Hossier Con
gressional Delegation and GOP
floor-leader in the House. :
But Handley was given a strong
chance to streamroller any one of
the four other candidates for the
nomination. His aides predicted he
would get 1,000 of the 2,300 dele delegate
gate delegate votes on the first ballot and
Craig would be "unpeasantly sur surprised"
prised" surprised" if he tries to stop their
man. -. s
Sen. Homer Capehart had only
token opposition from George B.
Huff in his bid for re-nomination.
He will oppose the choice of the!
Democratic convention earner tnisi
week, former agriculture secreta secretary
ry secretary Claude Wickard. Terre Haute
Mayor Ralph Tucker is the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic nominee for governor.
TAKING CAREFUL AIM Former British Prime Minister. Sir ;
Winston Churchill gets ready to display his talents as a dart
tosser at Ascot. The hand that once guided hla nation's destiny 1
guided the dnrt sklllfuUy in the exhibition at the West Essex
Conservative Club in St. Winston's constituency.
House Committee Kills .Bill i
To Expand Housing Activity
WASHINGTON, June 30 (.UP) (.UP)-The
The (.UP)-The House Rules Committee vot voted
ed voted yesterdsy to kill a Democratic
bill to continue and expand defer defer-al
al defer-al housing activity yesterday after
the administration denounced it as
"unrealistic, excessive and i 1 i i-coneeived."
coneeived." i-coneeived." .,,,.;.,.- .v -
The committee voted 6 to 4 to
table the measure which was
drafted by the House Banking
Committee, In effect, the action
means tne burs sponsors must
write a new measure shorn of pub public
lic public housing and other controver controversial
sial controversial features if they want to keep-
au ve federal mortgage aids and1
other permanent housing fea features.
tures. features. ;
The committee's four Republi Republican
can Republican members lined up with two
southern Democrats to -block the
bill after Housing Administrator
A'bert M. Cole sent the commit
tee a message denouncing the bill
and urging adoption instead of
f resident Eisenhower's more con conservative
servative conservative proposal.
Cole said the provision for "con
struction of 180.000 federallv-aid.
ed low rent" public hoiisin?
ivi, in? uvt -three years'
CC v.iiat fan h tniuullv Vilan.l
ped or programmed or what local
communities are prepared td ab absorb,":
sorb,": absorb,": '',--;Os'-m..,' ,7 -'':!'
The administration has recom recommended
mended recommended 70,000 public housing u u-nits
nits u-nits over the next two yesrrs.
"The proposed bill,' Cole said,
"presents public housing as an
end in Hself, wholly unrelated to
any other part of our bousing ef effort
fort effort designed to clear slums; end
blight, aod renew and redevelop
our communities." J
' "This, we. believe, is f wrong,"
he added. "This bill also- totally
ignores the need for an overall ao-
proach to the slum, problem, and
iacKs tne uicenuve to communities
to: do mors than build more pub public
lic public bousing. This is an illogical ap approach."
proach." approach." :, ;' ::'-."''.
Chairman Brent Spence (D-Ky.)
of the banking committee told a
reporter he did not know yet
what ws U do probably noth
ing. We 11 play a waiting game."
It appeared likely however. that
Democratic or Republican lead,
ers, or perhaps both, would use
their influence on the rule com committee
mittee committee members to win clearange
of some kind of housing bill.
imormanu said the rules com committee's
mittee's committee's four Republicans voted
against clearing the bill They
were joined -by two Democrats
Chairman Howard W. Smith (D
Va.) and Rep.-William M. Colmer
(D-Miss.). ; '. 1
X A 1 t
NEW YORK (UP) Can-
making plants alone the Atlantic
seaboard turned out 32 per cent
of all cans made in the U.S. last
year, according to the American
Can Company. T.E. Alwyn, vice
president of the firm's Atlantic
division, said that plants in this
area .roduced 3.8 billion cans for
fruits, vegetables and juices in
1""v, 2 2 billion for beer and ale
and led the rest of the nation in
tue induction of coffee cans.
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MEXICO CIY. June 30 (UP-
The Foreien Ministry said today
Mexico has "no official knowledge"
of charges that Communists in
this country and in El Salvador
are organizing a jouint drive a-
vainst the anti-red regime in
"There is no statement at
present,," a spokesman said.
Guatemalan security chief Is-
mael Ortiz Orellana said yester
day that the current "state of
5!ege in that country was wres
fary because of (lie "alleged Com
"William Wyler,- aided by an unusually strong cast, has1
worked the extreme magic of his director's art... The ef effect
fect effect of this picture's pace, and of its grip on you is such
that yon may even feel physically tired after seeing it."
: ; ,. N. Y. P T.
CENTRAL JULY 4
rrz rAXA-'iA American an D.xu-Exrr.TT eaily kiw;?ate3
!.,- '. JL '. - .;. '
; Cardinals' Fireballer
Turns Back Cincinnati
;For 4th Straight Time
; : "' . By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, June 30 (UP)-The homer-happy
Cincinnati Redlegs may look like the National
League All-Star team to the fans but they're easy
tickings for Vinegar Bend MizelL
Th St Louif Cardinal! fire-
h&liinar aouthnaw beat the Red'
lets for the fourth straight time
. wltn a iour-nit, -i wiumpn ma"
; night and moved the Redbirds
to' within three games of flrsti
place. The loss snapped the Rad
ices' five-game winning sirea
and prevented them from taking
oyer the lead from the Milwau-
kee' Braves, who bowed, 8-4, to
the Chicago Cubs.
Mlzells success against the
Redlee he's yielded only nine
' runs in the four victories
should also make it easy for
American Leaeue All-Star man
' ager Casey Stengel to choose his
starter for the July 10 classic.
Billy Pferceis afastcuroballer
of MizelFs type; and last night
scored Ms aeventn svaignt.win
and 12th of the year as the Chi Chi-caeo
caeo Chi-caeo White Sox split a double-
header with thl Cleveland In
frell Rfcjs Bell
Ab R H TO A
Post rf .. 4
BeU cf .,... 4
Kluszewskl lb 4
Robinson If 3
Bailey e .......... 3
Jablonskl 3b ..... 4
McMillan as 3
3 f J
Tnt.l. :y N 1 4 34 8
' St Lors
Dark ss ... .... 3 0
Musial lb ....... 4 0
Boyer 3b 4; 0
Repulski If .,.. 4 0
Moon rf ......... J 0
Smith c ......... 3 3
Del Greco cf ,;,.. 3 1
MiU p ......:.. 3 .1.
: o c
4 6 37 C
000 001 0001
000 010, 30x
t SUMMARY irron: Bailey
RBI: Blasinsrame. Dark.: Bailey
(Smith and Del Greco scored on
UBiiey s error in. imij. iwuujcs.
Bailey. Sacrifice: Nuxhall, Sac Sacrifice
rifice Sacrifice fly: Dark. Double plays:
McMillan Temple Kluszewskl:
Dark-Blaslngame-M u s i a 1. Left
oil base: Cincinnati 0, St Louis
S. Bases on balls: Nuxhall 3, Ml Ml-tejl
tejl Ml-tejl 4. S.O.: Nuxhall 5, Mlzell 5.
Runs and earned runs; Nuxhall
4-), Mizell 1-1. Hit by pitch:
Kuxhall (Del Greco). WP: Ml Ml-aey
aey Ml-aey (8-5). LP: Nrahal (5-7).
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The Cardinals snapped a 1-1
tie against Joe Nnxfaall In the
seventh inning with the aid of
a ground role double by Bobby
Del Greco. Catcher Ed Bai Bailey's
ley's Bailey's two-run throwing error,
a n't by Don Blastngame and
Al Dark's sacrifice fly com completed
pleted completed the rally.
Miaell. only cardinal pitcher
to beat the Redlegs this season
now has an overall 8-5 record.
Nuxhau's mark is 5-7 and he's
0-2 vs. The Cardinals.
The Cubs beat the Braves
with the aid of three unearned
runs stemming from an error by
Danny o oonneu ana bod
Rush's nine-hit pitching. Rush
fanned eieht in raising his rec
ord to 7-3 behind an eight-hit
attack that included homers by
Ernie Banks and Pete whisenn-
ant The loss was the Braves'
third straight but their .583 per
centage leaas we Kecuegs oy
five points. ;
The Brookh'n' Dodgers moved
to within a game of first place
when they set a major Jeague
record by hitting three consecu'
tive homers in the ninth inning
to topple the Philadelphia Phil Phillies,
lies, Phillies, 6-5. It marked the first
time a team won a game by hit
ting three .straight homers .in
the ninthi Duke Snider's two-
run round-tripper pulled the
Dodgers to 5-4 and then Randy
Jackson ana Gil Hodges homer
ed in succession off reliever Jack
Meyer. Relief star Clem Labine
picxea up nis seven ta victory.
Roberto. Clemente and Lee
Walls homered to lead the Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Pirates to a 8-3 verdict
over the New York Giants In the
other NX. game, pitcher Jim
Hearn's error paved the way for
three unearned runs In the sev
enth., Vent Law won his -first
game since May 28 for the PI
In the American League, the
New York Yankees opened up
a three-game lead when they
beat the Washington Senators,
3-1. Bob Grim pitched two-hit
ban before retiring with a
strained tendon in bis right
elbow in the eighth with Don
Larsen and Rip Coleman fin finishing
ishing finishing 'up, Pedro Ramos was
the 'loser.'"'"'-: -X '
Pierce fanned 10 and pitched
a four-hitter to make, his record
12-2 for the Whit Sox after the
Indians stretched their winning
streak to nine games with a 5-2
ilaAlelAM'! 1n 4-nss MMia TTavK
Score tossed his fifth, three-hit-l
ter for -the. Tribe in, the first
game, pierce .was backed by
16-hit attack that produced an
easy 13-3 triumph In the
Bury Hoef t won his ninth game
with his third shutout as the
Detroit Tigers whitewashed the
Kansas City Athletics for the
second straight same. 8-0. Char
ley Maxwell hit two homers and
Al Kaiuu one tor the Tigers.
Billy Kiaus' eighth inning
triple behind a double by Billy
run as the Boston Red sox eag-
ed out the Baltimore Orioles, 7'
, in tne other ajj. game, ixe
Delock retired 12 straight bat-
ters to receive credit for .his
j I fourth win while George Zuver
Ink lost his fourth game.
In US Olympic
1st Day Trials
LOS ANGELES. June 30 (UPV-
America's superbly conditioned
athletes served notice today thev
are ready to defend their Olympic
laurels after a record-shattering
first-day of trials that resulted last
night m these astounding perform
1 Charlie Dumas, of Compton
CoUeee (Calif.), shattered the
once-invincible .seven-foot barrier
in the high jump with an official
leap of: 7 ft H in., one of two
new world's records set as Amer
ics put- together its team for the
1956 Olympic Games at Melbourne
io November-December. V
2 Glenn. Davis, of Ohio State,
broke the world's 400-meter hur-,
dies marked by nine-tenths of a
second with a time of 49.5 against
the 1953 world record of 50.4 set
by Yuriy Lituyev of Russia.
3 Bobby Morrow, of Abilene
Christian,, and Ira Murchison, of
the Army, both equalled the world
100-meter dash record of 10.2 in
separate preliminary heats. Mor.
row won the finals in 10.3 follow
ed by Murchison.
4 j. Parrv O'Brien equaUedt his
own recognized world mark of 60
feet, 10 in. in the shotput (He has
a better mark of 61 ft f in. up
for approval). v
. 5 Bell Dellinger, of Universi University
ty University of Oregon, set a new American
mark of 14:26 in winning the 5,000 5,000-meter
meter 5,000-meter event (the old mark, set in
1950 by Fred Wilt was 14:26.8.).
So r that's the kind of perform performances
ances performances the niants of the track and
field will have to live up to in to
day's program. v
With 58 Planes
SAINT-YAN. France, June 30
(UP) The world giwmg
chamrjlonshlDs eot off to a brii
llant start today when 58 planes
soared Into a clear blue sky for
the first test of the two-week
Fortv-flve one-seater gliaers
were towed into the sky above
this air base in groups of ten
at 10:45 (0945 GMT) and simul simultaneously
taneously simultaneously released. Today test
was for distance, v
other tests Include target
flights and races on a set trian triangle
gle triangle course! The ttle will go to
the pilot with uie nignesi ag aggregate
gregate aggregate of points ; for his- per
formances in each test ?T
At 11:25 (GMT) the 13 crews
in the two-seater category took
the' -start. ':'';;.-;.;.;; ,,: i
Before the start: the 71 com
netlwrs .from 85 countries were
warned not to cross the French
border durine xheir flight. ,,
They were also warned of
tricky gliding conditions.
Despite the brilliant weather.
the French weather service re reported
ported reported that there were three
different air masses on top ofj
each other, each of a different
temperature, and slowly steam steam-ine
ine steam-ine In different directions.
The lack of strong winds and
different conditions at various
altitudes appeared to favor pi
lots with the greatest expert'
ence, with the differences in
the various glider make playing
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fr A' j "-"
VISITING FISHERMEN Mr and Mrs. Fred Rouse and Mr. ;
and Mrs. Jack Christiansen, all of Miami -Shores, Florida, are
the first out of towners to arrive for the Panama Rod 8c Reel
Club's 4th International Marlin and Sallfish Tournament, set-'
ting out. today in 'the "Seri" they will be out .until July- 8J
This is their first fishing trip to Panama, and they are looking
forward to catching some of the big billfish their friends at
1 '". -the Miami Rod & Reel Cmb have told then ahout.
Fourth International Marlin;
Sailfish Tournament NewsS:
tit.' t ": 'r -
Radio reports from the boats
out fishing in the Panama. Rod
and Reel Club's fishing tourna
ment say that the weather has
been fine- and the fishing is
good. The boatsliave been in the
Perlas area ana tieu uu inai
night at Cocoa point.
. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Miami 011 000 0002 5 ?
Montreal 200 002 OOx 4 1 1
warre 1. Sm-in 7 and Niar-
hos; Kipp and jaariDoro. ,, b.:
Havana v 200 010 0104 12 I
Toronto 001 232 Olx 9 10
Rabe. Cueche and Dotterer;
Fischer. Hetki (8) and Sawat-
ski: WP: Fischer. L.P.: Rabe.
HRs: jethroe 2, Stevens. ..
Columbus-: 000101000 2 1
Rochester 100 112 OOx 5 9 3
Thies. Wooldridge (6) and
Shantz; B. Blaylock and Green.
L.P.: Thies. HRs: Cunningham
Richmond 002 001 2016 12 i
Buffalo 000 010 2003 6 3
Cicote, Dixon 8) and Nee-
man: Hahn, Weiss (8) and
Tompklnson,' Sherry (4). WP:
Cicotte. LP: Hahn. HRs: Cicotte
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Many bonlto, amberjack and
dolphin have been caught, al-
inougn mere nave been no mar
lin strikes,-there are plenty of!
sailfish taking the bait So far
Arturo Vial has landed three,
and Aqullino Vallarino one
seven were lost by the 'Valeria"
on which Oiey are fishing.
The Miami Christiansens and
Rouses aboard the vessel seri
are catching fish, hut lost three
saunsn this morning. They are
very enthusiastic about the fish fishing
ing fishing and are determined that the
next sailfish that takes the bait
from their boat will be landed
The soltura reports sails all
over me piace, but the ones
tnat nave struck so far,, have
seen wo cagey. ; -..,
The fleet of boats whlrh m
eluded four of th Armv art nn
their way to piftas to try their
luck there. ;
Ken Middleton will innv tnr
tne uncharted "secret" reef
wner ne had eood luck before
Frank Vlolette and he were
talking about this reef 1 before
the Soltura set out, and decided
mat iney snouid give the reef a
name. -.; -, i
1 "Pifiata" was one of th sug
gestions, since the spot is 50 full
01 Dig nsn. no doubt the nam
uig 01 uus piace wiu come up
kiu over nignoaus one mgnt
Ed Lc-:l Prci!:l$
Al Cite:.': WO C: ;
Ycn!(C2 ll:tbr Seen
NEW YORK. June 30(TJP)
Rlcnmond manager Ed Lopat
predicts Al Cicotte will be
pitching for the narent New
York .Yankees by next ser.son
and from the way the slim right
Ave. Peru No. 85 Tel
contender Claudio Martinez has
balked at signing a contract to
meet Toto Ibarra, leading apl
rant for Melvin Bourne's 118
pound crown, a spokesman for
Caras Nueyas.. SA., revealed
this week. -
Sidney Arias, who heads the
Panama City promoting group,
sad Martines was offered a
chance te fight Ibarra in a
ten-round feature match at
the National Gym July 15 but
refused because he wants a
bicrer cut of the rate.
: Terms of the contract offered
to Martines v would euarante
Martinez a flat 18 per cent, of
the gate receipts,, regardless of
the outcome, and a $75 forfeit If
Ibarra failed to make a sttpu
lated 119-pound weight limit.
These were the same arrange
ments under which Claudio
fought and ; decisioned Byron
Cumberbatch at the Colon Are
na June 17. t
Arias said that the :f Colon
youngster and his handlers
are insisting on a 22 per cent
cut, win, lose or draw, and a
$150 weight forfeit demands
which he considers "extreme "extremely
ly "extremely unreasonable.' :
Some observers believe Mart' Mart'-nea
nea Mart'-nea is "lust Dlain scared" of I-
barra., The nair have met twice.
in their first encounter, as ama-l
teurs, Martines .earned a split
verdict over the Chlricano.
When they faced each other
aeain In sentember. 1955. this
time as pros, Ibarra evened the
score by knocking oui nis rivai
in the last round ol a scneauiea
Both boxer have come a wng
way since that last meeting. In
their most recent appearances
each scored wins over Ctimoer Ctimoer-batch
batch Ctimoer-batch and a bout between them
now is considered a natural.
The winner would be sure to
get a crack at Bourne's title,
which has not been put on the
block since the champ'on sue-"
tessfuUy defended it against
Cumberbatch last Jan. 29.
If the nromoters fail to get
Martlnea to sign, they wUl try
to draw up a. Bourne-Ibarra
championship match Instead.
Alfredo Perez. Ibarras man
ager-trainer, says ihe plans to
send his charge to New xora
late this year where he will con
tlnue his boxing activities. ;
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. NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player and Club g ab h pet
Bailey, Clnci. 52 160 27 55 .344
Boyer, St L. 66 264 51 88 333
Robinson. ChV 64 229 52 74 523
Clemente, Pitts. 55 172 24 55, 520rmit Golf Club
Moon, St, L, 63 221 40 70
' AMERICAN LEAC.ITE
Mantle, N. Y. 68 255 68 97 .380
Maxwell, Det, 56 181 42 66 .365
Kuenn. Det 57 213 33 75 552
Vernon, Bos. 50 183 29 60 528
Goodman, Bos. 44 173 35 56 524
i irosiERUNS ..
Boyer, Cards ............
Berra, Yanks ...
Slevers, Senators .........
Banks, Cubs ............
Snider, Dodgers .........
RUNS BATTED t
Mantle, Yanks ....... .,
Boyer, Cards ...........
Simpson, Athletics ......
Werts Indians. .....,.. 4
Muslaf, Cards ..........
Mantle, Yanks .... . .
Yost. Senators ..........
v"-: "una '-'' ' ''
Mantle, Yanks ..
Boyer, Cards ....
'(Based on 7 Decisions)
W L Pet
Lawrence, Redlegj ..10 0 l.flno
Pierce, White Sox ...12 2 .857
Craig, Dodgers ". 7 2 .778
Labine, Dodgers ..... 7 2 .778
Kucks, Yanks ....... 10 3 .769
hander has been performing In
the International League this
season Lopat may prove to be
Cicotte, a nephew of 'former
Chicago White Sox pitching ace
Eddie Cicotte, enabled the sixth
place Virginians to train a 6-3
victory over the Buffalo Bisons
after Richmond had dropped
the opener of a twi-n!sht twin-
bill, 4-3. Cicotte put Ms club out
in front to stay with a home
run in the second inning.
Left hander Fred Kipp, who
may be called un. soon by the
Brooklyn Dodgers to bolster
their sarins? pitching staff
downed the Miami Marlins, 4-2
It was Wrp's 11th win sssunst
only three losses.
Elsewhere, the second place
Rochester Red Wings kept pace
by defeating tne Columbus Jets
5 2. and the Toronto Maple Leafs
.j.-..cd Lavaca, 9-4. i
Editor: CCNSADO SACZANT
Teams W L Pet. GB
Milwaukee .35 25 83
Oinclnnatl .. -. .37 27 S7a
Brooklyn . .38 ( 28 .563 -1
St. Louis . .35 31 530 '3
riiiSDurgft . .32 31 508 4?A
r.iuttuciLiiaii .27 37 '.422 10
uiicago . .25 35 .417 in
JNe w. York . : 25 38 .397 1 1 u.
Milwaukee at Chicago
.Philadelphia at Brooklyn
New York at Pittsburgh
Cincinnati at St Louis
J, ESTERDAX S RESULTS- ".
Cincinnati O00 001 000-1-1 4 1
St. Louis noo oi n smr I n n
Nuxhall (5-7) and Bailey." -.
Mizell (8-5) and Smith,
Milwaukee' 010 110 0014 9 5
Chicago . 200 301 02x 8 8 1
3urdette (7-5), t r 0 b ridge
Rush (7-3) and Landrith. ;
New York m .. osn nnn nnn
Pittsburgh, ?: 001 100 31x-8 10 5
Hearn (3-8), McCaU and Sar-
Law (3-8), Face and Toilet. '.
(Nlrht Gairi.r""'' 4
Philadelphia 020 200 010-5 H ; r
Brooklyn 010 100 004- 7 1
. MADE WRONG CHOICE
n Pittsburgh (NEALaurin Pep Pep-K
K Pep-K ..drft..oice of the
...uigu oieeiers tnree years a
goHe played at Mississippi South.
Jii venia Tournament fmzh
Tomorrow At Summit .'ills
Eight beautiful Juvenia watch watch-es
es watch-es and eleven other prizes of
silver will be presented to. the
lucky winners and losers of the
iinai matches of the Juvenia
tournament Sunday at the Sum.
nlBTPt .fovtln -1 a.n Jtl
ture match will be bewteen Vlnce
Lombroia and Ray Barnes in the
championship flight. This match
is one that is mighty hard to
figure the winner. Vince has
been around here a long time
and just about the time you be begin
gin begin to think he is washed-up he
comes back with a blaze of glo
ry ana wins another tourna
ment. v '. ;
Ray, on the other hand, is
very new to Isthmian Onlf anri
has played excellent golf in thei
wurnaments ne nas entered;
winning the PA A and advanc advancing
ing advancing to the semifinal of the re recent
cent recent Lucky Strike tournament.
Both are due for a hot round
and the match shouldn't be set settled
tled settled until the last hoi and pos possibly
sibly possibly It will go extra holes.
Another match taht is bound
to be a thriller from start to
nnisn wiu be the finals in the
Women's Championship flight
with Cleo Burns nnd Katie Call
Cleo has nrobably won more
tournaments on the Isthmus
than any other ladv golfer while
Katie Is another newcomer to
local golfing. As in the Men's
Champlonshio flight it will be
the veteran against an excellent
.cwcuiucr. irowned when somebody
, Most of the girls have more or'ed Uie 1947 New York C.
'less conceded the chamolonship hit 221 home runs
to Katie since the start of the I "New York writers he
tournament but Cleo will be de
wrmmea to unset me appie can.uung that's not achieved by
ana couii easuy enotrcn co it. Kew Yorker.
Beverly Dllfer pnd Lynn -Jonesl "Right now, we're ahead of 1'
will be the finalists in the First home run mark set by t -t t
Flight for the ladies. Lynn shows Between Ed Baiy, Wal y 1
oromise of becoming an excel-Gus BeU and Ted Kin ;
lent golfer and would like to be have one of the best lm : ; -the
proud possessor of the wln-iting teams of any penoJ.
ner's Juvenia Mystere. I "But you go into New York an J
Heni-y Sommerfruend, sponsorjthey scoff and tell about the Gi Gi-of
of Gi-of th Juvenia tournament !n;an!s that year. Wait till we b-ek
behalf of Mercurlo S.A.. will bejihst record. They'll hear pk-n'7
host to a bu"et luncheon at the f; :n me."
, .29 .29-.28
.28 .29-.28 -25
L Prt. C3
24 13 3
28 '569 5'.
31 '518 8
38 .463 Wj
36 46 131.4
43 .'.394 17 U
44 -582 19
Boston ; ,
Washington at New York 1
Boston at Baltimore (T-N)
Detroit at Kansas City (N)
Chicago at Cleveland
uetroit nnnnn41n4 c
Kansas City 000 000 000-M)
xwcii v-sj and Wilson.
mLaSor 0-4)r ShanW
man and Thompson.-
Wilson fin H-.ti.T-j : ,a
Iar ;" -'""" mia 4joi
Score (7-5) and Naragon;
Chicago 040 250 020-13 18
Cleveland 100 102 Olx 5 0 j
Pierce f 15. i mn th.
and Hegan. ? ,..
J10 020 210 7 10 I
105 000 0006 3 2
Delock. (4-5) and
Zttverlnk ,(4-4) and
Washington 010 000 000 1 a 1
New York 201 000 onv
Ramos (4-7). Bverlv
Grim (5-1). Tjr.fi
and Berra. ;
conclusion of the final ffiatch
and will present the prizes to the
winners. Besides the finalists of
J,Johnn' offlcia' weath weather
er weather predictor for Summit has pre pre-dieted
dieted pre-dieted and promised good
S'?" 'or the final r,?A a
1? e hopes of Sum Summit
mit Summit Golf Club that all interest interest-ed
ed interest-ed spectators will be on hand t;
watch some fine golf and enjoy
later'" 111 the c,ubhouse
Matches in the other fimhfs
will also be close and the final finalist
ist finalist of these matches are-
. M. Chadwick vs B. Fulton
- Jt d Flight
R. Medlnger vs p. Graham
; H. Willenbrock vs E. Wysocii
; ,4th Flight
C. Murphy vs A. Boyette ;
. '5th Flight
L. Best vs C. Peters
,8th Fl'ght ;
, G. Hayter y g. Waple.
fb Wenls To Givo
Hew York Tfi3 D::d
PITTSBURGH (NEA) M
er Birdie Tebbetts of the V
- ed, "donl get excited about
- CRAP TABLE
Teams : A
iirr.D AT, jixe 39, 1933
XZ3. PAX.CLl A.',:ir.ICAN AN IMUEXEEXT BAIL I .NEttSPAFES
f acs 3
Hey .mg, luck
-V ', Bold Rultr. Ted Athlneoa up.
NEW NASHUA? Wheatley Stables Bold Ruler has won his
five 2-year-old outings In Impressive style and New York rac racing
ing racing people call him toe successor to Nashua. Bold Ruler, Uke
Nashua, was sired by Nasrullah and Is trained by Sunny Jim
f ltzslmmons. Ted Atkinson is In the saddle here, but Eddie
Arcaro, Nashua's regular jockey, usually rides him.
. t .vi. i.!tM 1. 4kA th cluh owners are nslnr
an old Olsen and Johnson script, one of those Helhapoppln
Jobs where nothing to too preposterous, as long as it ets a
,Uf Like, for example, "the Brooks being five emj"
Milwaukee Braves in the lost column. I grant you, Max, it
makes more sense the way the haseDan expwia a
spring, but, would it be good bus office? : 1 '" V ,.
y J,X-. Hht. u no the Brooks and Yanks should
1 iVU B OV B"V ... .tj.H
A be so far out in front even Swaps, carrying 110, wuiuuu.
a chance to catch them, but : ask you what ao you use wr
twist, a gimmick surprise boifo? :
Maybe these guyr aren't so bright, Max. I mean the club
owners, not the experts, without whom indeed, h5
know which way to turn, and in no time would no doubt vanish
from the face of the earth, same as our business, Max, If all of
K sudden there as no more dramatie critics. vt
As I say, maybe the club owners aren't so bright, but may
be they arent so dumb either. One fay last week I go over
to Ebbets Field and what do I see? Gil Hodges playing the
outfield, and what's Hodges but the best first baseman in base baseball,
ball, baseball, that's all. If that wasn't a real switcheroo, Max, you tell
By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK (NEA) For Fred
irney, the job of managing the
irst major league contender in
'is career, Milwaukee's Braves,
He stands on the top step of
he dugout and, in a tight same.
!uoks around at the bench. Andy
Pafko, a good right-handed hitter,
is over at one side. Del Crand-
all, the pepperpot. catcher, is at
the other end. Out in the bullpen
there s a feuow like Dave Jolly
So Haney maneuvers. He was
in a tight one against the Phillies
and he wanted a pinch-hitter. The
Phillies had a right-hander on the
mound, so Haney sent up We
Covington, who swings from the
other side of the plate.
Mayo Smith ef the P h I I I I a
'bird and was out stealing. Haney
reached back onto the bench and
sent up Pafko. He got on base,
Then Fred sent up CrandalL The
citcher dropped a squeeze bunt
and Johnny Logan scored with the
"It a a type of baseball I never
could play before." Haney says,
"When we would be in similar
situations at Pittsburgh, the man
had at bat was the one who
had to do the job. There was no
thing on the bench. ;
'Here, I stand around and feel
like a guy who has money in his
pocket, i can do a lot of things
The biggest kick I've gotten out
of this so far is just standing
there and looking down at all that
talent on the bench. You can
make a move with everybody. It s
the way to play baseball. But for
me, it's all new." ,
Until Charley Grimm's depar
ture, managing a baseball team
was a nightmare of sandlot mis
takes to Haney. At Pittsburgh last
year, for example, he had runners
on first and second, two out and
Frank Thomas at bat.
, NOVELTY SELLS
Noveltyll sell If you package It right The trick Is to stay
frnm mm. Max. such as midgets and bathing beauties
fnrm Main. it. a legitimate Dart of your show. Notice
how few catchers are hittingr eighth in the batting order this
season? Thais what I mean. i :
The Yanks hit Berra fourth, the Phils': Lopata hits as high
as third, Courtney of the senators, Loiiar or we wnite eox,
Crandall of the Braves, smith 01 me unoies, nouse 01 wie ins'
r hit fifth one dav. sixth the next, and when campy is on
th hHin ha hits rlean-un lor the Brooks. -1 r i t :.
That's tettinr away from tne routine, Max. Look how bus!
ness jumped at the Met wh?n the long hairs replaced the
yodelinr tattle wit, well-stacked yonng dames who were just
as good to listen to and twice good to look at Same thing,
A catcher in the middle of the battins- order haa clamor.
Sometimes, of course, yon get hurt by changing.. Now if
I'm Horace Stoneham I don't let nobody tout me eff Lou Perini
of the Braves in a thousand years. Twice Perini makes the
Giants' owner look like a genius. First, when he deals him Dark
and Stanky. Then when he deals him AntonellL. Both timea
It means pennants, -. ,
Oh, I gotta agree with you 1000 percent. Max, a guy who
lives in a revolving door muss go daffy in the end, but, with
the docs finding calcium deposits in Red Shoendienst s shoulder,
. you certainly can't say Stoneham got the best of Frank Lane
when he gave the Cards Dark and Lockman. '-
, THE MAN TRIES
still, If I'm a Olant fan, :ike you, Max, I don't give up all
togetner. 1 must nope mat li Rea can't get his arm back,
Stoneham will set up a deal with Perini by which the-Polo
urounaers get epann, Logan and Aaron, plus cash.
Personally, I fail to see where Lane la anything but a sock
asset to the kind of show baseball is running this season. Ac Actually,
tually, Actually, Max, the more you thlnt of it, the more you realize how
perfectly this guy. they call him Frantic Frankle, you know. .
expresses the true spirt of bedlam, wnich, as we all know, is
eiiurh xur uisen ana jonnson. v
A guy who makes as many deals as he does has got to
kick a few, and it may turn out that he kicked the pennant
u iic in orouits Mwience go to me Keds last winter.
Max, how many times in our business vnun x-tnr
unknown who is probably obscure besides, gets ft break, and not
only steal the show, but turn it Into smash box office?
Well, something like that is working out for Lawrence who
wuu icn iur me Kens witn no defeats, and wouldn't you
know, everybody is now taking belts at Lane for letting the kid
go, when the truth is, all the guy dM was to miss a trick in
"j"''- lURciner a winning nana lor his fans. .... s,
Only serious criUcism I go; of the show. Max. 1, the M
lie-to-Brooklyn gag.- There's a volnt in absurdity beyond which
imiu"vii uu tfuiui&un reiuse ic go.
The runner en second broke for
third and was out -stealing. Haney
never gave him the sign. No hu human
man human being this side of a straight
jacket would have ordered it.
So the kid oouncea aown into
the dugout and answered Haney'i
l thought the oases were
loaded." he said.
Haney played that one conserv
atively. He did not to on a oena
er. Nor did he punch the kid in
the nose. He merely talked to hmv
self about it for a couple of weeks.
"We have no time for any of
that stuff here," he says. vWe
have too many ballplayers looking
to win a pennant to bother. -I'm
having so much fun handling
them that 'Ive nearly forgotten
"Take the pitching her e," he
went on. "We- have Gene Conley
throwing well against the Giants
at New York. But it starts to rain.
I know Conley is coming off thst
arm trouble. And I don't know
how long the rain is going to last.
So I m not going to let mm sit
around for a half hour or so, cool
uif, then send him out again and
navbe injure that arm. Not with
this club. I told him right off J
'Gene, go get a shower. I m not
letting you back in.'
J BonMa SCCRf f
TO SELL. ITS
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By BEANS REARDON
24 Years in National Ltague
VVritten for NEA Service
QUESTION: With a runner on
third, the pitcher steps off the rub rubber.
ber. rubber. He is about to step back on it
Vhen the runner frnm ihirH hrt
tor the plate. The pitcher throws to
uie piate and the batter hits the
OVT OF DOORS with
jspots under the skin, cook them t
a crisp. Don't smoke them. 7
One of our fsvorite fJshiaf ipot'i
m.Alabsmt is the Coosa RiVtr.
HOT weather always brings on1 K5 nlate, Georgis, -tf
nchntutt... i..u', rwyd County, wanders wt.
ball into right field. Is this legal? 'fishermen concerning the little Lllf sen Mna, and then turns
Milr M.n.n Iblsck "unaoks" fnunil in th. l..t. SOUIB, .1
COOK THOSI FISH TO A CRISPI
By AL McCLANi
- Fbhinf Cditer V
Answer: No. The bitttr I mut far
inttrference and the runner re-i
nrns re nurd.
Q. The batter steps out of the box
after a pitch, He asks for time. He
if bass and suniish.
There are three notable
Thesa flra nf niire
sr.d larvae of certain Darasitesi!?4'. UkM 0B Coosa
which infect warm water fishes. Dt'?eiT. niely, Jordan Lake.
Actuallv. tha sh la luuaiiv MltcheU. and Lav Lake. A
then steps back Into the box and!lntermedlite host with the adult e8iea excellent tnp is by boat
turns his head to tell tha miMiprasite being transported by ..'through these three Ukes, sUrting'
he is ready. As he does so, the pitchlsuatic- ucn v e heron "uaersburg on Highway No.,
er deUvers. Is this ruled a quick1 V , ... i?L dowB Jo?n Dra Roli
pitch?- Leo Uvitt. I Weuimpka, on Roadt
? I ui wiuioui reviewing me uie
A. It Is a trick which ia least. U cvcle rf a very complicated infec-' Especially good spring and fall
though close te btinf the other;lMm enough to know that. I,snin tnese. excellent Jargon
way.,Te get away with It, the aheh- wfougn cooamg to xm tne bugs. wim Das picserei,-
er must be on the rubber as the wever, i notice mat a great pp". na unusn iismng gen gen-batter
batter gen-batter steps back m. i many people are buying homeerally exists. Usually there is ex
Q. was there ever s manager to nuuses uese y ana w uic tauwaicn oc
ww pennants in both m a 1 or U,CI vrn posmuy uiaif u m.
aviiiK eiHavvui vu vv U4 VUAJ yeixs
tiallie mhm lata, a?tak 1 wVhftfi VAil'tei ttaiainsf fiAm J!t
UOUJ VU1Q Uia BAiSlIa I J-a J vu s V aBdiaui SlWIll USaaliW
With this in mind, I must also -ng boat, en particularly windy
leagues? Art Ehlers.
Than 1 ee and set Jolly from
the bullpen and he comes in and
locks up the game.
"Back at Pittsburgh a similar
situation would have seen me just
ii tin there, watching the Pitch
cr cool off, knowing it's bad for
him and then sending him out
ihira once the rain lets up.
The eye-popping .victory stress
Hanev's Braves ran up was fine.
But that had to end. He knew that
the minute it started. But wnat
he likes the best is the thing he'll
have all year a benchfui of ma
i.i- caaum hallnlavers.
That's all the guy wants. He
figures be has a chance to go all
the way with them. t ;
And nobody la going to sieai
By HERBERT MOISI 4
..-W,..,, -..v... .f
Isidro Martinet has finally a
chieved one of bis long wanted
desires that of becoming the fea featherweight
therweight featherweight champion of Panama.
This one obstacle the late Pedro
Tesis wno was killed in an auto-
. : '.: ... ,' ,- ., v
Istdro's many followers mourned
the death of one of the country's
best fighters but then realized that
their boy was automatically cham.
pion. How did they figure this?
Well the only logical contender I
making a pretense at the' title was
Kodolfo Francis. But then who is
Francis. A boy Isidro had beaten
three (oops, twica and one
What reason was there for Isi Isidro
dro Isidro not making it one more time.
Many were of the opinion that
Francis looked "like a world's
beater" against the smaller and
lighter Melvin Bourne in a match
labeled as Panama City's feather featherweight
weight featherweight title bout
The much wiser Colom Commis
sion did not approve of this and
thus the winning Rodolfo was a
SO per cent champion. Tesis was
then considered the champion in
Colon. A bout between these two! I
was in the making but. Tesis met 1 1
his death in a fatal car accident!!
m I .J l
on tne irans-isinnnin mguway.
Logically, the only alternative
left was to match Francis and
Martinez. Several attempts were
made all unsuccessful until
promoter Jose Luis Torres of Pa Panama
nama Panama finally coralled both boys
for last Sunday's 15-rounder.
cd to impress us in their last two
outings, i i despite their winning
efforts. In their contest against
Royal Crown, during the first 19
minutes they accumulated 25
points, Reyes their Jeft handed
3uuui.g iiar nitting for 18 of
. ry man on the Gallito
roster is under 6' 1".
The Chesterfield fmni j
rooters are. extremelv nniimi.tu
A. Yes. Joe McCarthy wan ha
the Cubs m 1T29 and then took
tight American League flags with
). A batter is hit by a bitched
bad. He is hurt and heads directly
to me ciunnouse. can tne onensive
team send a pinch-runner to first
ror mm? Billy Walters.
A. The rules say no, but most
umpires use common sense en a
situation such as this. If the bat
ter can't make It te first en his
own after being hit, an umpire
normally will allow a pinch-runner
te de it for him.
Q. Is.it true umpires have an
agreement about certain actions of
plsyers constituting cause for im
mediate dismissal from the same?
George Wachter. 1 -1
A. Yes. For exempts, anv a aver!
who throws his cap er any ether
part of his uniform er equipment
on the ground while pVotestinf ia
out of me game right there.
point out that one of these para parasites,
sites, parasites, a tape-worm known as Di Di-phyllobothrim
phyllobothrim Di-phyllobothrim latum, commonly
found throughout the United States,
is no friendlier than a cobra in suf sufficient
ficient sufficient doses.
If you insist on eating fish with
days it is far better to drift stern."
to it. ine oroaosiae sunace of -beat
will catch far more wind and
waves, and shove you along Just Just-that
that Just-that much faster.'
- a V- v- ji
(Distributed by NlA Service)
of their repeating as champions.
This stems from the fsct that lan
ky Carlos Hyacinth, rejoining the!
team recently, appears to be rea ready
dy ready for play. Carlos had been play playing
ing playing basketball in college and came
to the Isthmus just a bit "rusty,"
.This along with the drills and
conditioning that the other players
are rounding into will make it dif difficult
ficult difficult to convince any Colonite on
Chesterfield rooter that they will!
not be the "winnah and still cham-l
have you heard
piano bass and drum
to entertain the late -crowd
every Friday and Saturday
mldnlte to 4:30 a.m. in the
air-conditioned Balboa Bar.
(Nightcap on-the-house at 4:30 am.)
George also plays the piano.
JO p.m. 3 a.m. Sun., Tues., Wed. Thurs
Aews Of The
The result of the fight was a
complete Martinez victory and as
many basebau-minaea tans saia
after the fight "It was Martinez
ti-O." Francis collapsed after 10
rounds of punishment midway in
the 11th. We figured it was just
a matter of getting the boys into
the tame ring; at the same time
. , to make-it -official.
" mm i
i L rjT I'11" """ ' " Y '
T -N'J LOOK EASY Ken Bantum, Manhattan College's
king-sized shot-putter, seems to be trying to throw the iron
ball out of sight He came close-smashing Perry O'Brien's
national record with a 60-foot, one-balf-inch toss at the NCAA
t.cet at Los Angeles.
2 fr.:r;ccn 7cr.:n
El:.7.:.i:!:d Frcn ;
WIMBLEDON. Eng., June J0-
fTTP Two nnseeded American
women were enminaiea in uic
third mund of the Wimbledon
tennis tournament Friday when
Rerhara Scot ield Davidson of
Milwaukee. Wis., defaulted and
Louise Snow of Oakland, Calif-
lost to Pat Hlrd of England, 3-B:
-1, 6-2. 1
In the men's division, Austra
lia's Lew Hoad, the top-seeded
player in the tournament, be became
came became the first player to reach
the ouarter-final round when he
deieatea ni3 countryman, jonn
'Brien. 6-4. 6-1. 6-4.
Mrs. Davidson withdrew be
cause of illness and defaulted
her scheduled match to Tbca
Hale of South Africa.
The elimination of the two
American women left four ."tend ."tended
ed ."tended players in that division. Lou
ise Broueh, Beverly Baker Fleita
Althea Gibson and Shirley Fry
All won third round matches
In the second round of worn
en's doubles, the top-seeded pair
of Miss Brouffh and Miss Frv
had little difficulty- defeating
Mrs. L. Gram and Mrs. E.
Schmith of Denmark, 6-1, 6-0.
Rain delayed the start of to.
lay's matches. Another down--wur
interrupted the opening
natches on the program 25 min min-ites
ites min-ites after the start of play.
J. Alien Morris of Atlanta, Ga.
let Ashlev Conner of Australia
i another fourth rounri m?n'c Iff- SaKiiti
ingles matciW w..r,.
Taking advantage of their
week's rest from the schedule, the
Colon Chesterfield quintet current
runners-up and defending cham champions
pions champions of the Panama Provincial
Basketball League are particapat particapat-ing
ing particapat-ing in intra-squad games to keep
in condition. Coach Fifi Tom is ca
pitalizing on these drills to prac practice
tice practice some of the maneuvers that
he intends to use against Gallito
Cigarets in their up-coming-game
on July 7.
These teams are considered the
"bit? 2" in the loop. Gallito is cur
rently leading the pack with an
undefeated won and lost record.
Chesterfield has lost once.
The Colon Smokers are looking
better with each appearance while I
we have noticed that Gallito fau-!
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New Highway Bill
'Happy, Tired' Marilyn,
Miller Begin Married Life
WASHINGTON. June 30 (UP)
Pr.irtnt Eisenhower' yester-
. day signed the $32,900,000,000
highway bill providing for a rec rec-.
. rec-. ord network of free and safer
superhighways and new taxes to
help pay ior a.
wholes nredicted the 13-year
will create thousands
lot new jobs. The Bureau of Pub-
... i k i ma..a will iir
at Sast 70000 new
Kev feature of tne pay -
'vou-rlde" law la construction oi
' .rE link
iftt'<tTto other $125;ooO.b00 will
cities. This will, cost about 27A'go for primary,., secondary
khh Hniinrs. with the f ederal urban roads.
'government bearing 90 per cent
of tne cost.
-! thta nil BP. tlfO-
;Kram, Congress voted to Increase
ces from J to 3 cents f, u
gasoline and diesel fuel, 8 to
Says Rev. Tucker
i NEW YORK, June 36 (CP)
i The Ret.. Francis J. Tucker,
chaplain to Prince Rainier and
'' his wife, aetress Grace Kelly,
f' aaid today he had received no
V, word from the couple to con con-"
" con-" firm a report that Grace is ex ex-;J
;J ex-;J pectlng. .
" "But I share the hope of the
Monacan people, and I have,
!i no reason to d'sbelieve this re-
port," Father Tucker said.
conciuainj uw n
visit in the United States, he
talked to newsmen shortly be-fori-
his departure by air for
Paris. i V.::.''', 'Hr
Weather Or Not
t This WMthtr rrt, If A 24
heurt tnimt t a.m. to4ty. b r-
r y tfc Maralfiul an an-.
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ma Canal Company:
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fafert Arokh and JaroM Oavtft
i Robart Alton
LUX I TOD AY I
1 am I
. y J i 9 VOtru. miv TANK
, 4 ''I mmmmt i
8 cents a pound on tires, 8 to IS
ner cent on trucks, buses and
trair and imnose a new
cent a pound tax on retreat rub
The new lev les, which : will
cost the average motorist a a-bout
bout a-bout $8.M a year, become ef effect!
fect! effect! tomorrow. ;
WMnwhtl. the Commerce
iwnar mpnL muuuuhlu
the states of the
mgnw8j Vf "v V
Sunday. It ln-
kIiMus 41 000 00(1.000 fOf th VTO
ZZ? sunerhiehway sys-
Shortly after Mr. Elsenhower
signed the WU in his hospital
Weeks tow reporters ui
snftre.. the beneflL
program He sald .-its fa
vorable impact on the economy
already Is felt."
News Secretary' James C. H?-L
first- envisioned the sweeping
new program about two years
ago, was "highly pleased." ;
Lester C. Rogers of Chicago
vice president of the Associated
General Contractors of Ameri America,
ca, America, said contracts for more than
100 million dollars worth of
highways and bridges will be -(
warded by state highway de departments
partments departments within the next two
Best l!3vs Coverage
For Democratic T
Convention In Aug.
CHICAGO, June 30 (UP)
A high official of the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic National Committee today
promised that the 1958 Demo
cratic Convention will have "the
largest on-the-spot news cover coverage
age coverage of any event." x.; v.,v
J. Leonard Reinsch, Assistant
to Democratic National Commit
tee Chairman Paul Butler, said
the number of delegates to the
1958 convention will nearly dou double
ble double that of 1952., He said there
were 1,832 delegates and 1,632
alternate delegates in 1952 as
compared with a maximum of
2.744 delegates and 1,898 alter
nates slated to attend this year's
Reinsch said the Increased
number will jam the rafters of
Chicago's International Amphi
theatre s when the convention
opens Aug. 13, and cut down on
the number of spectators-.
Howsver, Reinsch said, "radio.
television and newsmen will give
every cipzen in the country and
the world a conventionside
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THE MOST SENSATIONAL
, TRIAL IN U.8. HISTORY
GARY COOPER, in
awWAfmCR Boos. I
5 Mitchtll fighting mut
"Let the people
Of Nations Defense Program
WASHINGTON.. June 30 (UP)
Defense Secretary Charles E. Wil-j
svin told his Senate critics yester
day that anyone "belittling" the
nation's defense program is guilty j
oi a serious disservice to our
"h". rL" L'.T
the line." told a Senate Airnower
investigating subcommittee that
the administration's "fantastic" at
omic-airpower program is fully
capable of meeting any threat to
the United States. v : ;
But even as ha testified Con.
greet itampad final approval an
a $34,600,000,000 dafan.a budqat
that givet the Air force ?00,.
000,000 mere than President El El-tanhowar
tanhowar El-tanhowar and Wilton said it
naadad In the new fitcal Ytar
starting tomorrow. ,,
Wilson was not asked the key
question whether he will spend
tiie extra 900 million dollars, most
of it intended for more B52 inter
continental bombers. But he did
say in response to questions that
Mr. Eisenhower never had set a
ceiling on defense spending.
; The appropriations bill, which
now goes to the White House- for
tnt President's signature, pro
vides lev pinion dollars tor tne
Air Force: 10 billion dollars for
the Navy and ?H billion dollars
for the Army.- All the services
have said they will need mere
next year. ; V
Wilson s testimony climaxed a
long battle over whether the. U
nited. States is losing air suprema
cy to. Russia.' The subcommittee
is headed by Sen. Stuart Syming
ton (D-Mo.)t one of Wilson's bit
The blunt-spoken Wilson testi testified
fied testified that the administration had
studied the airpower question ful
ly before preparing ita budget and
"we oepiore eiiorts to Deiittie tne
capacity and resolve of this gov
ernment -to be prepared to meet
any recognised threat. v
"We do not need or with to
flaunt" American military pow power,
er, power, ho said "but it would be a
serious dittorvko to our country
and morale of the free world to
Wilson was flanked by an impos
ing array of military brass, in
cluding Adm. Arthur W. Radford.
chairman of the Joint Chiefs of
Staff and the Secretaries of the
Army, Navy and Air Force,
At a hospital news conference
Lite yesterday, Mr. Eisenhower
enthusiastically approved W i 1 1-scn's
scn's 1-scn's plan to take the military
leaders with him lit an apparent
snow of unity. It was then that
Mr. Eisenhower told Wilson to pull
no punches in his testimony,
Reeling off a report on the de
fense program, Wilson said U. S.
air-atomic power "defied imagi
nation." In the "relatively near
future," he said, the nation can
expect to have the awesome inter
continental ballistic missile, as
well as intermediate range mis
Wilson Indirectly replied to tes
timony by one of his most trusted
generals, Curtis E. LeMay, head
of the strategic Air f orce. Le
May had said Russia would sur
pass tne united Mates M long
range bombing power by 1958-60
unless there was an increase in
his B52 heavy bomber force.
Wilson said the Strategic Air
Cbmmand, the nation's "primary
deterrent power," is "at tne men
est state of readiness it has yet
achieved in its 10-year history'
Furthermore, he said "tremen-l
dous sums" already are being
spent to increase America s air air-power.
power. air-power. But no matter how much
is spent, he said, individual com commanders
manders commanders of the various armed
forces always will want more
titan they get. And this is all
right too, he said.
."The reason they make such
fine military leaders is that each
of them believes in his job and
feels the heavy weight oi its re responsibilities."
sponsibilities." responsibilities." ; i i
LONDON, June 30 (UP) The
Russia army chorus opened a
concert tour here last night by
singing the British National An
themwith a slight revision.
Instead of "God Save Our Gra
the Russians Nsant
know the truth and the
PANAMA, R. P, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1951
OVER 173 YEARS OF SERVICE with the Pan ama Canal organization are represented by the
five employes above to whom Gov. W. E. Potter said an official goodbye yesterday at Balboa
Heights. And the figure doesn't Include odd months and days. Left to right are: Harvey
W. Green, Health Bureau, 29 years; Mrs. Reva Starke, Commissary Division, 30 years; Coi.C ;
O. Bruce, Health Director; Joseph H. Michaud, Railroad and Terminals Bureau, 33 years; Carl
G. Brown, Health Bureau, 35- years; Potter; .Mrs. George Engelke, who accompanied her hus husband
band husband from the Atlantic side; Wilson H. Crook, Supply and -Employe Services Director; and
Engelke, Commissary Division, whose 44 years, 9 months and 28 days of service made htm
the Canal organization's senior employe. '
To Cut Ike s Foreinn Aid Bill
WASHINGTON. June 30 (UP)
I The Senate yesterday defeat
ed a second attempt to iurtner
slash President Eisenhower's
pared-down 4Vi-bilUon dollar
foreign aid bill.
By voice vote, It rejected an
amendment by Sen. William
Langer (R-NDI to trim the total
by $1,200,000,000. A, $1,800,000,000
cut was defeated Thursday
k Langer. denouncing; ."this In
credible squandering of public
money." said we are not only
pursuing wrong methods but wc
But Sen. John J. Sparkman
(D-Ala.) argued that the move
ws "entirely too drasttc ana
provided no way of knowing
where the money would be cut
Laneer received : little audible
support in the voting.
In the first money cnange in
the bill, the Senate adopted by
voice vote an amendment oy
Sen. Everett M. Dirkson (R-Ill.)
to add an extra 5 million col
lars to the President's special
refugee relief fund.
Aided Dy Hujnphrey
WASHINGTON, June 30 (UP)
Sen. Henry M. Jackson charg
ed today that Treasury Secre-'
tarv Georee M. Humphrey pla?s
a major role in determination of
administration derense policies.
The washlneton Democrst
said h!a Vharire was suDDOrted by
t.h admission of Adm. Arthur
to prtfnrrt chairman of the
Tn'mt rhiefa of staff that he
-nfH fmm Mm. tn time to
D,mnka hmit t.h nation'
e.n.t. Bonnhiip'on.' mm pd-
ford was only doing his Job. '. the subcommittee, chairrnan
m,. n.M,n, r -!.!.John u McClellan (D-Ark.) told
with th nlnpln hefore.P"11"-
the administration of a related
problem: what to do about the
extra $900 million congress vot voted
ed voted for the Air Force?
Congress yesterday placed Its
final approval on a $34.6 billion
defense appropriation for the
1957 fiscal year starting tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. Senate Democrats succeed succeeded
ed succeeded in boosting Air Force funds
$900 million over the adminis administration
tration administration request. 1 ."
One of the main Democratic
arguments for the additional
Air Force funds was that the ad administration
ministration administration has been putting a
balanced budget above national
security. Tne administration has
I denied it consistently, however,
country is lafe" Abraham Uncoln.
Dirkson said the fund, which
would be increased from 50 to
55 million dollars, can be used in
any way the President sees fit
to encourase unrest behind tne
Iron Curtain, such as yesterday's
roznan noting in roiana.
With the Senate deen in Its
third day of debate on the big
authorization bill supporters
were confident they could ward
off any major reductions. Dem
ocratic Leader Lyndon B. John
son I Tex.) said the Senate would
hold an unusual Saturday ses
slon if it failed to complete ac
tion on the bin tonignt.
The Senate also agreed to an
amendment by Sen. Joseph C.
O'Mahon ey(D-Wyo.) declaring
it to be the policy of Congress
that the U.S. should build up Its
air power and make' technical
military knowledge available to
Ex:3 Lcc:l Filos
On (holinsr Sub Mwi!3
WASHINGTON, June 30 (UP)
Senate staff Investigators to
day began examining files of le
gal cases submitted under sub
pena by Murray M. Chotiner
Vice President Richard M. Nix
on's 1952 campaign manager.
Chotiner yesterday gave the
Senate Investigating Subcom
mlttee information about his re
lations with five of his clients
olus names of other clients since
1953 who had dealings with the
He promised Information on
sixth client as soon as he receiv-
ed written authority from the
client to reveal it.
Though he charged he had
been "singled out" for invest!
gation because of his ties with
I Nixon, the Beverly Hills. Calif.
attorney "cooperated fully" with
He said that Chotiner. in three
and a half hours of closed ses
sion with the subcommittee
gave all information reoues'ed
with the exception of the one
case where he was awaltina ar
rival of a promised waiver of the
confide ntlal relationship be
tween lawyer and client.
Sen. Georee H. Bender (R-O.l
objected publicly that the inves investigation
tigation investigation of Chotiner's law prac practice
tice practice was "a smear asalnst the
administration. I think it's lou
sy he said,
Mccieiian said he would let
his record attest whether he ever
j -played sordid politics" in per-
forming his dutv as chairman
lof the subcommittee;
CZ Civil Defense
Gov. W. E. potter has amirov-
ed Canal Zone participation in
the civil defense training exer
els "Operation '; Alert 1956 1
scheduled here for July 20, it
was announced yesterday.
Tne exercise, as approved : by
the Governor, involve not only
public participation but official
mobilization of several important
uompany-oovernment civlj De
lease organizations. According
to f i. uaae, acung cniei of Ci
vil Defense, participation will
be as follows:
Both ambulatorv and vehicu
lar public response to the warn warning
ing warning sirens; Police Traffic Con Control;
trol; Control; Mobilization of the Volun
teer Civil Defense Cores: Mohi
lizatlon of the top civil defense
stairs on both the' Pacific and
The problem, the explosion of
an 'atomic missile over Ga tun
Locks, will be presented -to the
top echelon staffs for- solution
by the several staff members as
to remedial .measures which
would be taken.-
This exercise will test for the
first time ; the organizational
composition of the Canal Zone
Disaster Relief plan recently ap approved
proved approved by the Governor's office
in order to complete final ar-
rangements for this exercise.
Civil Defense Volunteer Corn?
will hold meetings on both sides
oi me istnmu next week.
xne lowns of Marcarita and
New Cristobal will hold their
monthly civil Defense meeting
on Tuesday, July 3 at 9 a.m. at
the Margarita Service. Center.
eaiboa will meet on Thursday
at 8 a.m. July 5 at the USO USO-JWB,
JWB, USO-JWB, Balboa.
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CHICAGO, June 30 (UP) New
Yrk Gov. Averell Harriamn pre predicted
dicted predicted yesterday that the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic National Convention in Au Au-gjst
gjst Au-gjst will be "wide open."
He said flatly that Adlai E. Ste Stevenson
venson Stevenson will not be chosen at the
party's presidential nominee on
the convention's first ballot
"I'm going into it with fists fly flying,"
ing," flying," Harriman told reporters dur dur-;ng
;ng dur-;ng a brief stopover at Midway
Harriman, who has declared
himself a candidate for the nomi nomination,
nation, nomination, said he will open national
campaign headquarters in Chica Chicago
go Chicago July 9.
Harriman was en route to Ox Oxford,
ford, Oxford, Iowa, where he was sched scheduled
uled scheduled to address a homecoming cel.
kuaELRY, Conn., June 30
(LFJ Actress Marilvn Mnnrn
and playwright Arthur Miller be
gan tneir married We today "hap "happy
py "happy and tired" in the wooded quiet
o the Connecticut country-side.
They had eluded newspapermen
and were secretly married yester yesterday
day yesterday evening in a court house cer ceremony
emony ceremony at White Plains, N.Y.
- Marilyn, who had said she did
not want a "Grace Kelly-type wed wedding,"
ding," wedding," got what she wanted,
The bridt, tant makeup, wore
wrinkled black ahirt and
pink sweater. The groom wat
dretstd in a blue I into tuit,
white shirt open at the collar
. and no tie. : A ...
But city judge Semour, Rabino Rabino-witx,
witx, Rabino-witx, who performed the civil cer
emony,-said the actress "looked
very pretty." v '
. ii was uie actress miro mar-
riage and Miller's second. She is
30 and he is 40.
ii was uie actress third mar-
They returned to Miller's coun
try home for their wedding night
and "a lot of rest" v ,..v.,. I
The Lincolnesque -author of
"Death of a Salesman," reached
at home by the United Press by
telephone, said, "we're just spend spending
ing spending a few quiet minutes now."
In Fl;:!il To I loscov
WASHINGTON. June 30 fUP)
The State" Department is investi
gating whether American b u s i i-nessman
nessman i-nessman William Lear violated
his export license by flying his
private plane to Moscow.
It said the crux of the oroblem
is that the plane, which Lear pi
loted into Russia on Tuesday, con contains
tains contains equipment which .Western na nations
tions nations now forbid to be shipped in
Gen. Nathan F. Twining. Air
Force chief of staff who is now
visiting in Russia, raised the
question of the propriety of Lear's
flying into Russia with the em embargoed
bargoed embargoed equipment. The depart
ment said it is checking to see if
any regulations were violated.
Lear, an airplane parts manu
facturer, had to obtain an export
license to fly his plane out of the
United States. The department
said it gave him' the license in
the belief he would use the plane
for his personal travel in Western
Lear is an executive of an A-
merican firm which makes auto.
ma tic equipment for aircraft.
Lear said the equipment can be
bought "offi the shelf" in this
country, but that he .would-have
to obtain government permission
before he could sell any to the
Greece On Fri:r.i!y
Terms VD I Iosco;
ATHENS, GreeceJune 30 (UP)
Greece told Russia today shei
wants friendly relations with Mos Moscow
cow Moscow but will stand by her treaty
obligations to the West.
Greek, Foreign Minister Evange-
los Averoff made the pledge in
an official communique today sum summing
ming summing Up his talks with Soviet
Foreign Minister D. T. Shepilov.
Shepilov stopped, off her on his
way home from a visit to Cairo,
Bwirut and Damascus. He sched scheduled
uled scheduled a J press conference later
today on his view of the infor informal
mal informal Soviet-Greek talks.
Averoff said Shepilov's discus discussions
sions discussions with him and other Greek of officials
ficials officials included the question 'of
self-determination for Cyprus.
; Factual Failure
' s '." ,v
TOKYO. June 30 (UP) The
Communis China news agency ap ap-oarently
oarently ap-oarently failed to learn all the
fa Ms last night.
In its foreign broadcast ,it par parried
ried parried an article entitled: "Polish
paper on peaceful coexistence."
Marilyn is very ha, v sj y.
'It's baan a hactic day. Wo
plan to have soma kind of a par par-ty
ty par-ty in the next few days, bot wo
hope for that to bo kind of quiet,
"We're "both happy and tired
Miller said, and then a;Ued quick quickly.
ly. quickly. "No, no, that's a gross under understatement.
statement. understatement. All I want is a lot of
The judge who performed the
ceremony did not know he was go going
ing going to marry the much publiciM
lovers until about 5:50 p.m. EDT
yesterday. They had obtained a
waiver of the three-day waiting
period from superior court and the
vows were officially solemnized at
7:21 p.m. EDT.
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NEW YORK. June 3n ( T'Pl
The U.S. Navy began salvage o.
perations yesterday for a Vene Venezuelan
zuelan Venezuelan airliner that crashed into
I he sea in flames off the coast of
New Jersey last week with the
loss of U lives.
The salvage ship Hoist and the
minesweeper Thrasher near the
the scene of the crash shortly
before noon and immediately be began
gan began searching for, parts of the
pne. ', ......,... w
The salvage job, being conduct conducted
ed conducted in water- more than 100 feet
deep, was : complicated by the
presence of four trans atlantic
cable and the possibility that
parts of the plane, may have drift drifted
ed drifted away from the crash scene.
The Navy said it expected the
salvage operations to take as long
ar three weeks, : v
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