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PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, JUNE 17. 1957- 7 :
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EOW-IESS SHIP The 7178-ton AtoJ Vfctore mte at Dock II In Cristobal while rarrerors
from the States are expected to- arrive to estimate- the damare. The Libertan-fUi thip ram-'
wed into the Sydney Star Jut outside the Cristobal breakwater early Saturday morn Inf. Ita
anchor wai also jammed in tne accident. P. ; y uiamonai
. it it
R zimrnddShiiis Beef
Scored-A t Mil Hope
T: retire cargd of 1,200 tona
cf r?fr: : prated "beef has been
t k--:i r:f the Sydney Star which
v as t -, ; damaged on its ftar ftar-1
1 ftar-1 -1 s e Saturday when the
.3. 2 h d n as tammed by the
f -' r Apioi Victorea Just out out-t.
t. out-t. ie t: e Cnstobal breakwater.
T ,i? the Sydney Star waa be be-!
! be-! L- t w i by two Panama Canal
t li Tier 15 of the Industrial
I n where a temporary
:-. iU be put on tier. After
: cn. It, will be decided
r'.rr the llJOO-gTOsa-toi!
f v ;:i proceed to Britain, or
! remanent repairs made
'. : p.-cidect occurred at J:10
Tr'.ve passengers from the
'v ftar were takea off the
ported after the Sydney star
had cleared the breakwater
after making the Canal trans transit.
it. transit. ;:;-. : : '.
It waa reported today by Fer Fertile
tile Fertile and Co., local acreate for the
Liberian-flag Agio! Vlctores, that
surveyors are due to arrive today
from New York to Investigate
the damage. Panama .attorney
Charles Ram Ires has been re retained
tained retained as one of the lawyers for
the ship, working together with
Three Canal Zone
Held For Robbery
Three Marine sergeants from
Rodman today faced a robbery
charge filed In Balboa Magis
They were accused of taking a
1948 Dodge sedan from cab driv driver
er driver Fabio c Rodrlgues "by means
iof force ad fear, and without
his consent." ...
The incident allegedly occur
red at 1:5 J a.m. last Saturday on
Bruja Road, about 100 feet aorta
the New York firm of Halghdf Teresa's Church la Coco-
Deming, Poor and Havens.
AH day yesterday workmen on d'naanw are iu u-
Pler I la Cristobal worked to re-j" "a u"a
mrw. fh. RMr'm n f hf'both 21. and Xugene A. Hamel,
from the ship, part of the cargo
was taken by railroad car to the
Mount Hope Cold Storage plant
and the ship today was being
33. All three are with Headquar
ters Detachment of the Marines
At the request of the defend
anta, the case was continued un
til Wednesday morning at a.
A---.cn ana eiven reruge n-.,A tn trr i r reoairm.
v .vMrron, where theyi -
.-. .artered. An Investigation into the
1 tft nt h bow of i pause of the accident will be:
n hiD we crushed held Wednesday. No Panama' Ball of $1,000 tot each maa
-v falch was re- l Canal personnel are Involved, was set.
GOVERNMENT OFFICES were
closed down for the day this
morning following reports of
the death of ex-President Au Au-gusto
gusto Au-gusto S. Boyd. Flags were flown
at half mast as the government
decreed a day of national mourn
U.S. Rep. Charles O. "Porter
was expected to give an answer
today as to whether he will be
able to. accept an Invitation Is Issued
sued Issued by two newspapers to visit
Panama, Porter, now visiting In
Costa Rica, is said to have been
invited to visit Colombia also by
El Tiempd of Bogota. V
One newspaper today quoted
the Attorney General as saying
mat tne trutn aoout tne 195
assassination of president Re Re-mon
mon Re-mon is beginning to come out
and that the names of the
persons involved will "horrify
public opinion." He was also
, aaid to have predicted that the
trial would not be held.
The! same newspaper predicted
"sensational events' both on the
political as well as the judicial
front are about to break v soon
and that the "explosion" will be
more powerful than the one at
the Geneva scrap yard, where a
mine exploded recently when the
flame from a cutting torch was
applied. r, ': U'.-
Western Powers Press Soviets
For More Data On A-Test
Kill 50; m
Two local u.a Army chaplain
have been awarded the Vasco
Nunez de Balboa decoration by
the Panama government In an answer
swer answer Jo a petition, submitted by.
the people and government au
thorities cf i the province of
LONDON. June IT (UP)- The
western Dowers nressea uussia to
dav for further details on the lat
est Soviet plan for suspension of
atomic and hyarogen Domo tests.
Western representatives attend
ing the "big five", disarmament
talks wanted in particular to know
just how much latitude the Rus Russians
sians Russians would grant to the -western
monitors wno, unaer Kussia s pian
would pass througn tne iron curt curtain
ain curtain to keen tabs on Soviet observ
ance of nuclear test: restrictions.
Over the weekend, such promi
nent laborites as Hugh Gaitskell
and Aneurin Bevan urged, the
West to accept the Russian plan
if only for the purpose, of calling
the Kremlin's bluff, f
At the same time.? It was an
nounced that U.S. State Depart
ment Adviser Julius C. v Holmes
and a U.S. General whose name
has not yet been announced will
come here this week; to allay
allied fears of an American ."big
two" deal with Russia.
The two U.S. officials apparent
ly are being assignee as a check
on ."disarmament secretary -Har
PC Cargo Tonnage
Tops All Records;
May Transits 07;
" The awards will be presented
to Chaplin (Maj.) volght M.
Sink : and Chaplain XLi. i
Lawrence .E. Ryan for the gen generous
erous generous and Christian aid to charitable-institutions
some time- later this month in
David. -f- ::A'K4;v.'' .., -v
Bar owners are scheduled to
meet tomorrow to hear a report
from a committee which held an
Interview with local distiller on
recent wholesale price hikes, ;
01 Displaced Hans
A Canala Zone Policeman. Is
often called upon to do, unusual
Today, In Balboa Magistrate's
Court, policeman James Mar
chuk. makino' use of his knowl-
edge of Polish, was translator in
a case Involving a displaced per
The stateless one. Teodoro Cl-
choln, faced the Balboa Magis
trate on a charge of vagrancy
on Amador Road. After at
tempt to speak to him In Eng English,
lish, English, Spanish and German fail-,
try Polish. It worked., i
The ea-year-bld defendant In
tattered clothes and wearing
torn sneakers, told the court that
he was. walking along- Amador
Koad trying to get wore He had
just been released last week from
Panama jail where he spent
four months because he failed to
have the proper Immigration
' Hamg been confined 1o a
concentration camp daring the
war, be aaid be managed te
find his way to France, and
later to Guatemala. He said be
pent several years there, aad
the decided to wander down
to Panama. Ctchoio said that
be walked an the way.
While Marchuk searched for
the Polish word meaning "guil
ty," the defendant admitted that
he was at fault, but' told the
judge be didn't know It waa Ille Illegal
gal Illegal to eater the Canal Zone. He
said his total capital was tl
which a man had given him.
la fining the man $5, the
Judge said that Cichola "meets
all the requirements of the law
in being a vagrant"
The defeadant said be would
like to be sect back either to
France or Ouatemala. Because
he bad no money be will serve
out the fine, during which time
authorities will probably decide
what U de riUi him. -' 1
With shlnolne" through- the
Canal continuing at ai high level
during the past month, a 'total
Of 4,658,492 tonef cargo were
moved through the waterway
durln Mav. according to 'stat
istics on PaaameCanaf traffic
Announced today. f f-W
Cargo tonnage last month ex exceeded
ceeded exceeded all previous records, the
'' informer record being set last te-
4,641,451 tons: This was the sec second
ond second month in' the Canal's histo-f
ry that cargo shipments exceed exceeded
ed exceeded 4,500,000 tons. V V- ';&:r ';&:r-Thrt
Thrt ';&:r-Thrt were 807 transit '" By
ocean-going vessel In May, of
which, 24 were by U S. govern government
ment government ships. ; Both commercial
and government shipping exceed exceeded
ed exceeded the previous month's totals.
The number of transits failed to
reach the total of the record set
in March by only one transit.
The heavy cargo :? shipments
last month brought the fiscal
year total for commercial traffic
slightly above- 45,000,000 long
tons, slightly above the total for
the full fiscal year 1958.
Tolls reported last month a
mounted to $3,638,492, of which
$80,307 was collected on govern
ment ships. This was approxl
mately $130,000 above the pre
vioua month' toll.
' jv'U 'is 4 ; r
old E'. Stassen, who has aroused
allied criticism by private talk
with Soviet ; Deputy Foreign Min
ister V. A. Zorin. .Also attending
the talks were' representatives of
Britain. Canada and ranee
The new Soviet plan; unveiled
Thursds; by Zorin, proposes a two!
to three year suspension ot tests
by the United States, Britain and
Russia -the three nations ? now
nroducins nuclear 'weapons
lr would permit the stationing of
western observers on Soviet soil
to insure Russian observance of
the suspension. -i
USCA Calls General
To Be Held Sunday
-Winter Collins announced today
that a general membership meet meeting
ing meeting of the United States Citizens'
Association will be held next Sun Sunday
day Sunday evening at 7 o'clock at Diablo
Service Center, to hear the news
from Washington on me nearuigs
before the Senate Post Office and
Civil Service Committee on the
treaty -legislation, to act on the
renews! of UVern Dilweg's con
tract, and to make plans for the
eieciion 01 tne ooaru 01 aireciors.
-Admission will be by" member
ship card, and the 1956-1957 cards
sre still good. Transportation from
the railroad station Ut Diablo Serv Serv-ice
ice Serv-ice Center nd back. will be furn furnished
ished furnished Atlantic--side 'members 4 if
they will call Airs. -Peareer 3-3642,
or Mrs.' Rigby, 2,413ft. ( ; ", ,t4f-
Collins remarked tht he i hoped
the Sunday evening time would
be popular with the members, and
suggested that- familiev might at
tend, the movie at Diablo while
membe i were at the meeting up upstairs,
stairs, upstairs, i At any rate, he said, it
should ,be a cooler time than the
Sunday afternoon hour at which
the USCA has met m the psst
Heroic E. Germans
- BONN, June 17 (UP) Chan Chancellor
cellor Chancellor Kohrad Adenauer pledged
today that the West will not
forget the East Germans who
sacrificed their lives-and free freedom
dom freedom four years' ago In an at attempt
tempt attempt to throw off soviet rule.
Adenauer addressed a com commemorative
memorative commemorative service for the June
17th rebels in the flag-draped
Hall of the Buadeshaus (Parlia (Parliament).
ment). (Parliament). Similar ceremonies were
held throughout Germany. r
The dead give u this 'warn 'warning:
ing: 'warning: Never forget the oppressed
people of the Soviet Zone, espe especially
cially especially the thousands la the peni penitentiaries
tentiaries penitentiaries and prisons:" he said.
They also remind us of our du duty
ty duty to help those whd flee here
because they cannot stand serf serfdom
dom serfdom any longer."
The West German Metal
Workers Union in a; June 17th
statement: aaid that the im-
House un-Americanactivitiea suW provements promised the East
Cause Of Suicide
Of US Scientist ;
PACIFIC GROVE, 'Calif., June
17 (UP) A brilliant scientist un
der subpena to appear before a
committee took his own life early
yesterday rather than testify.
Deputy coroner Christopher Hin
Jr. said after performing an au
topsy tnat tne scientist, w 1111am
Sherwood, 41, died from taking
poison. T ,'
Sherwood was found dying tn
the Hopkins Marine Laboratory by
his wife, Barbara, just after mid-,
night. He succumbed an hour lat
er at Monterey Hospital
' PORT AU PRINCE, June 17 UP)- Haiti was precariously-quiet
early today under the muzzles of th
army tommyguns that killed at least. 50 persons "and
wounded 200 in a savage outbreak of weekend violence,
. The number of political prisoners clapped into Port
au Prince's jails during the clash was estimated between
500 and 1000. r
' .Brig. Gen. Antonio Kebreau, who ousted provisional
President Daniel Fignole Friday, appeared to- be intent
on stamping out opposition to his military junta reqimb
quitaiy, ana arany tosr. rignoie riea inro exile.
Most of the casualties of the
weekend outbreak were support supporters
ers supporters of Fignole; but a radio re report
port report said the prisoners included
at least one leading partisan of
sen. Louis Dejoie, another can candidate
didate candidate for president In the de
ferred elections. ' or;:
l; Army roadblock cut off travel
and communication between Port
au Prince and '' the provinces,
making it impossible to obtain
firstrhand reports on conditions
outside the capita?. No large
scale violence was ceportea. :
Unconfirmed r e p o rs. that
Dominican troops are massing a-
long the border that bisect thi
Large Sunday Crowd
Jeef Mayflower II
PLYMOUTH. : Mass., June 17
(UP) The largest crowd to
visit the Mayflower n since her
arrival jammed the streets and
waterfront of historic Plymouth
The 62-foot bark remained tied
up at the state, pier for sight
seers to Ins pect at rope's
lenghth. The Mayflower later
was towed out to her regular
mooring off Plymouth Rock for
an on-deck telecast
A police spokesman said yes
terday's crowd appeared to be
"four times as large" as the
some 7,500 who visited Plymouth
the day before.
The crowd on arrival day,
Thursday, waa estimated by
state police officials at 6,000.
Even fewer persons showed up
Police said- the streets were
jammed -today with motorists
trying to find parking space.
. The Mayflower will remamj
here until June 26 when she will.
sail to New York, her home port
lor the summer.
German workers after the re revolt
volt revolt have never materialised.
The workers In the Soviet
Zona factories bear the full bur
den of Communist policies today,
just a they did before June 17,
1953,"v the union aaid. "Neither
the 45-hour week, the freely freely-elected
elected freely-elected work councils, nor the
pay increases pormised them
have been fulfilled."
r NIW YORK, Juno 17 (UP) (UP)-Stocks
Stocks (UP)-Stocks edvancod irregularly
a moderately active opening to today,
day, today, v -
The industrial! closed on Friday
ot a now high since Aug. 17 in
their average on a gain for last
week of 4.14 points. Rails closod
up 2.24 points on average hut
wndor tneir host of the week. U U-tilities
tilities U-tilities lest a trifle.
tropical land in preparation for
an Invasion of Haiti were denied
by Dominican Ambassador. Por.
firlo Basora; .;.
My country does' not intervene
in. the internal affair of other
nations,1;' Basora told newsmen,
The Junta officially, "ack-
nowledged only that -12. per persons
sons persons were, killed and 20 arrest-,
ed in the weekend disorders,
bnt the actual casualty figures
- were known to toe much high high-r
r high-r .vS'H-it.-' '-. & .
. Aa ambulance ettendant r r-pwrted
pwrted r-pwrted oouOtingW.; per..
dead tn. the Iinollst slums of
' Port au "prince. MIe said the
' army hurled ; a" nn'speelfled
number, of other where they'
; The trouble started Saturday,
a' few hour after word of rig rig-nole's
nole's rig-nole's safe arrlvaMn New Yorlc
was received here, fcoving bands
of Fignolists. defyinsr -eurfew
regulations, surged out of the
Slums tn Pt. 1rm n Kitlrllni,a anI
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heave huge rocks Into-,, the
At least one tourist hotef w.-s
stoned by the mobs, but none f
the handful of Americans visl
ing rori au rrince was injured,:
Other alum dwellers waged'
"war of nerves", against the
Junta regime, beating vood-o
drums and uttering weirC jun-gle-Uke
scream. .. ,'-.., ; -1
The army was quick to eUI eUI-late.
late. eUI-late. Before dawn,' tommygun
squad marched into the districts
of La Saline, Belair and PoTtail
St Josef,, raking flimsy ahacka
with Indiscriminate gunflrfc
A United press photographer
who tried to take pictures of the
scene was warned off by troop
with fixed bayonet. .; .'
Doctor Discovers ',
Method Of Early
London, June n cupy :a
Scottish doctor, claim to have
discovered a "fairly reliable
method of determining a baby
sex before birth. ...-
Dr. A. M. Stewart, aasfarUnt
radiologist at Aberdeen Royal
Infirmary, wrote in the British
Medical Journal that her: had
noted a peculiarity la bone struc structure
ture structure during routine obstetrical
radiography over the past year.
The incidence of boys born to
mothers having such peculiari peculiarities
ties peculiarities was between S3 to 98 per
cent he said..
Flock Of Canal Employes Given Special Service Awards
The Distinguished Service Award
the highest awards to be gives to
its employes br the Psnama Can
al Company Canal Zone govern
ment, was presentea maay to i.
G. Relihaa, assistant general man
ager of the Commissary and Serv
ice Center Division.
At the same time Fran Truman
Jr., lead foreman in the Packing
and Crating Shop was given aa
Outstandine Service Award: four
others received superior service a-i
wards: and five employes were
presented with cash awards for
suggested improvements uoer
the Incentive Award Program.
RoliHan, who also tocetvod a
etwek for SM, was cited far tno
Distinguished Service Award far
rHo successful monnor ht whicn
K rri4 out a diroctitro to re re-duc4
duc4 re-duc4 the Paname Conel Ca In In-vvry
vvry In-vvry fatlewing imp'mont Hn
of the new Panama -United Stetoe
sented by Gov. W. E. Potter to J. tioa which will expedite service at
A native of Turners Falls, Mats iriurus Haidy, chief of the -Press
Relihaa has been employed by and Publications, Mrs. Eleanor
the Canal since 1S36 and all of his H. Mellbenny, assistant editor of
service has been with the Com-,tbe Panama Canal Review, Mrs.
miliary Division. For several Ruth Krziza, elert stenographer
years he was ia charge of whole-lia the Maintenance Division, -and
sale supply and until recently was Bernard Brown, engineer ie the
superintendent of the General Pro- Engineering DivisiosuThe awards
ducts Branca. were given u recognition ot tne
Tannin, bora in Lorain. Ohio.' outstanding manner ia which they
joined the Canal ergaaiiatioa micsmed out their duties.
14S. With the exceotioa of two During the ceremony. Potter al-
veart soent in soiliUrv service, he se presented checks U six other
his bees with the Pecking and,enal employes who had woa cash
Crating Shop since 1351 (incentive awards ranging from SIS
He was given the Outstanding t20.
Service Award tacether with a The sward winners were: Wfl-
cteck for $300 ia recognition of the.liam F. Aieman, clerk hi the ad-
excellent perform anco of bis hH
ties and for the kindness snd court-1
er shown to departing employes
and their families.
Superior Service Awards aad
mitting office at Corf is Hospital
S20 for his proposal of a new re-
Vfr. Mao B. Cross, clerical as-?
si.tant ia the Engineering sad Coa
ch -cis for Si's) each were pre- strsctioa Bureau, S20 for a augxes-
the Balboa Commissary.
, Henry E.- May, Sr., operintead operintead-ent
ent operintead-ent of the Division of Storehouef,
$20 ft a suggestioa to improve
methods of printing prescriptiors
an hospital labels.
Jerome E. Steiner, cash arrow ; ;-ing
ing ;-ing assistant Treasury Branm,
S20 for recommending that glai
kwvers replace, swing windows ia
certain Panama Canal quarters.
Herbert S. DriscoH, lead
foreman, Navigauoa Divuioc. i j
for suggesting tbo removal of
superfluous telephone, ea Dock
in Balboa. .
Lorenz F. Gerspach, lock r
ator. Atlantic Locks, Stf for j
posing the use of a sew type
Of the six who were given
eentire awards, only three
preent at the ceremnny in i
Geveraor's e&ee Fndsj.
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MORf ABOUT JOSI QUINTERO
Jose Quintero returned to his
home, town for vacation early
thia year and went to a baseball
came! perhaps to see Hector Lo
per, who is better known locally
'.' than Jose. He was introduced over
; h. MiiH anaalrar tint vrv rl.ar.
Iv if i true anH ttac received
with faint patter of applause.
My; favorite seat at the sta
dium is behind a post that keeps
. the lights out of my eyes, but
still fives me an unrestricted
view of the game. That section is
frequented by serious fans, al although
though although it may not have the class
of the section frequented by Ze Ze-.
. Ze-. mer. Dean and other Gringo and
I f I armed until mv hands hurt.
but nobody joined. Me x'quien
es?" some asked. Others wonder wondered
ed wondered what position and with what
team he played. A few nights lat lat-r
r lat-r Quintero threw out the f i r s t
v ball at the second game at a dou
ble-header and was properly in
troduced. I had lots of help i
nd clapping now. After my col column'
umn' column' in. the Sunday Panama A
meriean I doubt that he needs fur
his. The rehearsals ran for four
weeks and in the last week Mrs.
O'Neill asked to see a rehearsal.
Quintero says that after working
naraer than ne nad ever worked
before '"we were close to a real
achievement, but only close.
Mrs. O'Neill said she had not
come to rehearsals before, be
cause the play was too close to
The agony of watching O' O'Neill's
Neill's O'Neill's personal revelation boing
played en the stage would have
been too much for her up to
now. '.She did not want the ac actors
tors actors to know that she was In the
threatre so she was smuggled
into the top gallery . ..:.'..
Quintero says tbat he was' sua-
His succeoss seems to me to to-be,
be, to-be, s sort sf modern miracle of
the) theatre. Of course, the got
some good breaks from Carlotta
Monterey O'Neill, who Quintero
refers to as "the wife of Amor Amor-,
, Amor-, lee's greatest dramatist."
Hell get no argument out of
me en that last assertion as I
have just finished reading and re rereading
reading rereading most of the many plays
of Kugene 0Neil'. First Mrs. O' O'Neill
Neill O'Neill gave Quintero and his asso-
res permissmn to nrodnte
"The Ice Man Cometh," on which
they did an outstanding Job.
But "Lone; Day' Journey Into
Night, "perhapn O'Neill's master
piece, had its first performance in
the Royal Dramatic Theatre in
Stockholm, where critic hailed
It ss O'Neill's greatest. Mrs. O'
Neill was showered with offers
for its production in New York,
some going as high as half a mil
lion do'lars. So it was something
mors than s lucky break when
two asoeIte8 'Theodore Mann
and .Leigh Connel, and asked them
to nroduce the play.
.Te Quintero tells about the
production in a recent issue of
Thelre Arts. H says th" Fted-
ne March and Florence Eldridge
"" selected for the ro'es of the
rr mother of "the doom-
hatnjted Tyrone family. The part
w older brother was for Jason
P'--ds. Jr.. without. mition aft-e-
4i success as "Hickey, in
Ice Man Cometh,"
nart of the younger broth broth-jn..u.ro
jn..u.ro broth-jn..u.ro writes "fnnk us on
long search. Thil role
... .. vonno Eiiene CN e U
--lf. and the right actor had
, (. y mw 500 young-''-.
each of whom was sure the
P ..-.a written for hlm.H
nv young man flamed
- ""d npiman, after two reari-
fw Oitlntero, was taken to
(Weill. She talked to him for
fire minutes and ths part
denly overcome by a terrible
sense of inadequacy and that all
the weaknesses he had., meant to
correct loomed larger than life.
He was sure she would hate the
production. That would mean
withdrawal, repaying the inves
tors and paying off the actors to
turn the play over to more capa
ble Hands, now let mm teu ine
At times as the play unfolded,
I walked to the balcon;. She sat
there throughout, in the darken darkened
ed darkened theatre, watching her hun hun-band's
band's hun-band's drama, her husband's life
being enacted on the stage. . .by
actqrs in modern dress, with no
set. nroos. under the disenchant
ing glare of the work light.
For a long wnue, sne sat com
pletely erect, her back not even
loucning me dack u uib ..
Some time, hours later it seem
ed, she relaxed a bit, leaning
back; at one point and with great
dimity, she even allowed her
font in rent nnon the balconv rail
My bands were clammy, i nave
no idea what kind of performance
mv actors eave that day. i. From
what I could Cither later, it Was
the first day the parts really fell
into place, the performance crys
After the rehearsal was over,
she sat there for a long while,
not speaking. None of us, my two
partners not I. dared to ask her
By VICTOR RllSIt
This advice may corns a little
lata to thoso of you who have de developed
veloped developed a bad case of social pal pallor
lor pallor because j our breadwinning
and money migraine headaches
keep you indoors. But you just did
not get into the right business.
There are pursuits, you should
know, in which associates feel
compulsion ts shower you with
yachts, deeds to gracious homes,
and titles to open speedy cars.
These may not be sentimental
gifts, but what matter it. You could
have gotten all this, including thou
sands on thousands or tax-tree dol dollars,
lars, dollars, if you had worked hard' and
become the head of a local union
instead of that old business of
We have ths word sf one Max'
Kralstshva leader of the Bakery
and Confectionery Worker Un Union
ion Union was net ths only one which
raised dough for its local offi officials.
cials. officials. To this Kralstein, bakers'
vicepresident, testified at ths
Senate hearing recently w h 1 1 8
admitting that hs had received
nearly. SM.00O a a gift. Ss this
column, sweet scenting a story,
dug s little here and there.
There is no great central file of
the follies of man. so we rum
maged among the experts and
learned that this form of idolatry
for those who keep leading the
working class out of the darkness
otherwise known as the testi
monial dinner has been gone
through at least 150 times in JNew
York City alone during, the past
few years. The. experts and 1 reck
on that this must mean that these
tribal rites have been held in fash fashionable
ionable fashionable hotels at least several
thousand times across the nation.
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1 fer. Jvm-fmm
Plnally she asksd. Do y s u
think it would be proper for me
ts go back-stags and speak ts
the actors?" I hold her arm sn
ws walked down the alile ts the
The actors were stunned as we
entered. There was a long mo
ment of silence. Mrs. O'Neill
said. "I don't know what to say
bow to express it. She went
to Fredric Marsh .ana gravely
shook his hand; she Usesd Flor Florence
ence Florence Eldridge on the cheek. She
paused a moment and then said;
"Where's my naby. Where's my
Bradford DiCman. the young
actor who plays the O'Neill role,
was standing silently by the stage
door. .Her eyes fell upon him; she
went to him and embraced him
with great tenderness.
Later when the other had left
and the two of us were standing
together in the empty theatre she
slipped a plain gold band ring on
my finger "Wear this until the
olav opens. It's Gene's wedding
ring. Wear it. It will bring you
linn tm.i- L.
OU1CK, HENRY. THE FL IT! Little Him Muffet had smUs.
toe Cynthia Burton. f Saline, Ksiu, who (asps ts smae
SBss4 st taw giant spider oa the lattice of the porch sf hr
- wbcW's borne. Only difference ta that this spider went really
zrifbtea) Miss Burton swsy. Lattice n ls-inch aptder were
asde by Cytbia'i tads. Oris Bradiord.
You will not be far wrong if you
estimate that these testimonial
dinners to local union, heads, and
some national figures, too, have
netted an average of $30,000 for
each sitting. Not always are these
banquets limited to expressing
their adulation in cash. There is
on record, the transmutation of
these dollara into yachts, houses;
real estate, stocks. oU portraits.
furniture, autos. charge accounts.
trips to Europe, clothing and hand
some annuities to make certain the
future of the local business agent
and his colleagues is as carefree
as the present. .ja.-.?,'.
There are on record, some locals
where admiration among- the of
ficers was so mutual that the, Da-
ions would run a testimonial ban'
auet to each, officer in each sue.
ceiiive yean Thi was ra a retail
food delivery union whoso officers
have cleaned up the mess so I
won t needlessly embarrass them
this enlightened day.
In still another rotatf local, the
union leader, after listening te
a series sf ghost written esti estimates
mates estimates of his loadsrshlp prowess
arose through a painless, liquid
base and pat an end to' the
speeches with one carefully, she
son sentence Grasping .ths po podium
dium podium es though it wore his stiff
sf life, which, it was that Bsur.
bsn-filsd moment, he shouted te
his captive edmirers mostly
"After all this talking, what can
I aay to you, except that I deserve
That international union now has
new president who has stopped
the practices of enforced idolatry.
Lest, lor a moment, you get tne
idea that all .the union officials
who accepted testimonial dinners
preferred ships and car to blue
chins and .sealing wax on stock
certificates, let me disabuse you
swiftly. Tnsy- loved the cash sins.
Most of these were, and are. tax
free. Even in sums running into
tens of thousands of dollars.
All these lads have very bright
accountants. About a decade age
they figured just how the labor
men could take advantage of the
tax law which says in Section 2501
of ths Internal Rsvsnus Cods that
gifts under $3,000 are tax free. This
means that you can get ao Busi Businessmen
nessmen Businessmen ts put up sums of not
mors thai three grand each and
the total ess be given ts ths union
official free and clear.
If you can get SO bright mer
chants who know Just whom to ad
mire at the ncht time, you can get
500 to express themselves in cash
given to a committee sf local un union
ion union officials bent on showing their
admiration tor a chief at a ban-
ouet. The technique is ts keep in individual
dividual individual donations down te a few
fcnlred dollars each. It iirot the
amount sf each sale. It is the vol
Each employer caa shew his e-
motiofl m an advertisement in the
banouet "journal" which is placed
on the table just astern of the so soda
da soda water. Millions of tax free dol
lars have been made by thousands
ir" official! it atomaeh-bll-
mg dinners. It has been standard
WASHINGTON Here is mors
of the inside story on how dicta
tor Trujulo, sometimes called the
Caesar of the Caribbean, got his
quota for sugar imports' into the
USA increased at the expense of
Louisiana, the Rocky Mountain
states, Puerto Rico, Cuba, Mexico,
and Peru. -
As already reported. Truilllo
had enjoyed friendly relations with
President Eisenhower's brother -in-law.
Col, Gordon Moore. Secreta
ry Dules'a son-in-law. Robert Hin-
shaw, and Henry Holland, ex-assistant
Secretary of State for La Latin
tin Latin America.
But although the State Depart
ment recommended an increased
sugar quota, it'a up to Congress to
authorize it. So the proposal was
sent to th House Agriculture Com Commute
mute Commute for action.
Normally, the Committee hesi
tates to increase foreign sugar quo
What the Congressmen did know
was that Ike never exuded mors
political charm or savvy, If .he
had started exuding a couple of
months earlier he might have won
his battle of the budget. At this
late date he probably-won u
The budget battle wasn't men
tinned nrwrifirallv. hut. th Presi.
dent talked about practically eve everything,
rything, everything, else, from his golf game
to the farm program. And he mads
a point of calling most of the" Re Republican
publican Republican Congressmen by th:If
"Why. hi there. Pat,'r he said to
Patrick Hillings, "you've put on
"Yes, I have put on a few
pounds, Mr. President," replied
the Calif ornian. "I guess it's due
to the. Eisenhower prosperity."
The President was particularly
gregarious with freshmen GOP
House members. When photogra-
tas because it hurts American au-phera were allowed in for pictur
s uecivauu caue sugar growers, es, ne caueo to iresnman nep.
Walter Winchell ln New York
THI HIADLINIRI r
A leurney te a stsr is't fasci
nating but lonely voyage, Marga
ret Truman, who once dedicated
herself to the i excitement of a
singing career,' discovered that
the only real glamour and gen
uine excitement are the universal
simplicities: Love and marriage
and children. Clearly, the most
important career aienifiea success I
aa a Man or a Woman. And ao.jBrooklyn. The playera were fro
ths front pages disclosed the old-jquently skillful as well as enter
"Laurence worked too hard at the
love scenes and wanted each kiss
to be perfect. Garbo was embar-
The H-bomb problem and the
future : of -civilization have at
tracted almost as -much newspa
per space aa another momentous
problem : whither the Dogera?.'
The Dodgers always 'represented
something unique on the planet of
The birth of a
Margaret deserved all the pro
found joy and emotional-fulfillment
that comes, with marriage and
motherhood. When she was a
White House tenant, romance was
a problem in frustration. Ironical-.
ly, the lack of privacy for demo
cracy a Chief Execuuve (and his
family), : imposes an emotional ty
ranny.. As Miss Truman once
wrote: "The hardest times were
those when I had to bid goodnight
to a boy at the door of the White
House an a blaze of floodlights.
with a Secret Service man 'in at
tendance. There's not much you
can do except shake hands.".
Sir Laurence Olivier and Mari
lyn Monroe, co-starring in "The
rnnce and the snowgiri, give
an enticing demonstration of the
heavy-breathing type of love-mak
ing. From the time Miss Monroe s
shoulder strap snaps as ahe exe
cutes a curtsy before Sir Liu
rence to the final kiss-kiss-kiss
the stars sngags in numerous
smooch scenes. You csa safely
wager that Sir Laurence relished
making the Dicker. He is a devo
tes of realism. Soms '.years ago,
Olivier muffed aa opportunity to
be Garbo's leading man; His first
wife later explained the reason:
taming. It waa a. Brooklyn -. out
fielder who was hit twice on the
head while striving to nab line
drives. It waa a Brooklyn player
wiio ones came to oai. wun a
burning cigar in his pocket. It
waa a Brooklyn sports scribe who
actually broke; down and : wept in
the press box ?ner me team loai
a World Series. If the team' mi
grates neither Brooklyn nor the
Dodgers will seem the same a a-gain.
gain. a-gain. However, it is well to re remember:
member: remember: Baseball has many
meanings. To kids, it's a game.
To fans, it's a national pastime,
to players, u s a ioo. 10 ctuo
owners, it s a business.
: Several centuries ago back in
1943 a ragged, starving Italian
urchn begged CIs for food. She
was s frail, scrawny y-ysar eld
who ran errands for soldiers In
exchange for bits of candy.. Life
waa e constant nightmare for the
youngster. Hr contact, with U." S.
troops enabled her te pick up a
smattering of Tankee Doodle slang
and ahe became a fan of the mu mu-is
is mu-is playsd by U.S.' soldiers. Her
favorite was Prank Sinatra. .
And at they do In the mevo
we flesh ts 1957: She Is no longer
frail, no longer scrawny, ne long longer
er longer e child, no longer poor. She is
a rich and famous"-actress. And
in her forthcoming flicker she ca cast
st cast r with Sinatra. .Sophia Lor Lor-sn..
sn.. Lor-sn.. ..-fvi.-u;.-: ( ': :
Llfs is : constantly : p i a y i n g
aUange jokes. People wno have
nothing want every thins. Those
who seemingly have everything
don't. You can be hWlthyweal-
uiy, iamousr-marrieu to Marilyn
munroe ana aim oe haunted by
iruuDie, xne loregoing snouid come
as no surprise to Arthur Miller.
whose dramas reflect his meian.
choly philosophy of life. He once
noted: "Life will go on the only
way I know- how to make it go.
wun a lot ot work ana a iot oi
worry. :ir l
' Television- is"""' a Uiul af dUtrt.
ed mirrors.1 Almost everything it
reiieci- seemf incongruous ana Il Illogical.
logical. Illogical. Onlyi a few years 'aso one
of l"V'a greatest shows co-siarred
Sid Caesar and Imogene Coca
and was produced by Max Lei b-
man. it represented the ultimate
m variety. Although Caesar, Coca
and Leibman are gifted with ex
traordinary talent, today all three
are witnout xv jobs. v
miss coca has observfcd: "When
you realize how pig a role luck
plays in thia crazy business- it
frightens you. I can't forget that
lor more than' tea. years before I
got into i v i naa tne same talent
and skill I have now. but I couldn't
find any steady work.! : In other
words, ths only tiiiug that makes
sense about TV la to conclude that
it doesn't make aecsc, a
But shortly before the vote. Tru
jillo 'chartered a Pan American
Clipper fly Committee mem members
bers members to the Ddminican Republic
for a royal visit.
There .the Congressmen were
Trujillo'i guests at the ritzy Ho Ho-tel
tel Ho-tel Jaragua on the seashore, tour toured
ed toured the island in style, stopped at
such places as Boca Chica. a fan
cy seaside resort, Hotel Hamaca,
aa. exclusive beachclub- hotel lo located
cated located on a natural lagoon three
mues long. They were wined and
dined by everyone from .Truiillo
down, and whisked around the is
land in an -car caravan with po-
uce escort. 1 -, .
Chairman Harold CmIpv nf
JNorth Carolina was too busy to
go, but sent his sister, Mrs.. Mabel
uowney, with his son and daughter-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs.;
other members of- the House
Agriculture Committe who ac accepted
cepted accepted Trujillo'g .invitation were.'
Rep. and Mrs. W. R. Poage (D.,
Tex.): Reo. and Mrs Tom a hr.
netny. (D., Miss.) and their, two
cnuuren, ., rommy and Gail; Rep.
and Mrs. Pat Jennings (D Va.);
Rep. and 'Mrs. Henrv Dixon' rw
Viihli ReD- ,nd Mr- 'John Watts
(D Ky.); Rep. and Mrs. Harlan
; t. -nt!P' victor, An An-fuso
fuso An-fuso (D.; N.Y.); Congresswoman
woy jMiutson .O. Minn.); plus
then Congressman and Mrs. Har Harold
old Harold Lovrs (R.. S.D.) and their
daughter, Sandra. ,
from being royally" entertained "by
Trujillo'and voted a big sugar in in-crease
crease in-crease for. him. The Dominican
Republic's sugar quota was al
most doubled by. Congress last
William Broomfield of Michtean:
."Come on, over here and sit down
here by me and get your picture
Another freshman GOP-er. 'Ed-
win n. may oi Connecticut,, inquir-
ed: "How's.jrour golf game. Mr.
President-- fr'- ;
"Maybe I'shouldhH answer that,'
Ed,".; Ike, repUed. fit could be. a'
lot better, especially 'since mv o-
perationI have managed to shoot
one 78 since the operation, but
most of the time I'm in the go's.
Like everyone else, I have my
good and bad days.' I understand
that you're quite a golfer -yourself'
and that you pi ay pitch: for the
Republicans in the baseball game
against the : Democrats. That
should be quite, a game." j
BENSON HAS A "FRIEND",
Tliirinff 4h hanfichnlrtntf iuK!.1i
followed a two minute speech, ;
the President also got tin aome .-
strong plugs for the farm soil bank
and that the House would then
reconsider its action. :
"The stability of our asricultura
is terribly important to the wel welfare
fare welfare of the whole country." .'he t
commeuiea aaaing mat ne tnouent
Secretary of Agriculture Benson1
was doing a "good job" under a
"rliffirnlt aituatinn ;.
firiV Pr P.. lm. T,.
a frequent critic of Secretary Ben Benson,
son, Benson, who has supported the Eisen-
hnul nrncr, m Anlv K ... f
of the time, then almost caused,
colleaguea clustered around the
Prirint in Irani
"I haven't always been on Ben--'
son's side, Mr. President," he re
marked. "But don't you, think ha
year which -will mean millions I"" been making some construe-
in personal profit for the Domini- "v statements recently on ths
can dictator: . soil bank question?"
, Other Congressmen have taken The President,, who probably
jillo's guests and come back as fen' statement, nodded. He also
In. o few doyj
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mr taUawaS infuUy.
Do your dollars
oarn a monthly wage?
Erery rise in the cost of tiring pulls dowa
your buying power go it may be more
important then erer w ee that your ssvid
dclUrt are good .wge earnen.-
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Hare you coosidtred putting those
doLIars to work by Laresting in selected
' Mutual Funds? s"
Lewis tell you about these companies
discuss which are most suitable lor
you and help arrange for a dividend check
each mouth ta Varying amounts.
FEDERATED PLANS, Inc.
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B, C1XTO-B, U Panama, X. P. TeL Pmiv MM1
Ilia Kaxan la tmdewbtadly the
meat successful csntemperary
stage-screen director. Whether en
celluloid er behind footlights, his
products hav. s remarkable vigor
end vibrancy. He has the ability
te make actera seem like human
beings-which Is quits a feat. If
yetf esk Kaian about his methods
he doesn't explain with technl technl-cal
cal technl-cal abracadabra sr srtistic fram fram-mis.
mis. fram-mis. In Theatre Arts rnsns. lis
tells yew, what a pUy must have
te be e success. "It mutt have
truth. A slay has ts hit heme
somewhere, it hae te mean seme-
thing te people. Take 'Cat en
Hot Tin Reef.' What waa it real really
ly really about? It waa about a woman
whose husband wouldn't ge te bed
wirn nor. mar was the stsry."
Evsngelitt Billy Graham h a s
employed millions of words to. de
liver thousands of orations. Never
theless he once summed up his
personal convictions with 18 suc
cinct word: "I know where I've
come xrom. i snow wny I'm hers
jl know where I'm going.? ri
I Deborah Kerr's "An Affair ts
Remember" movie is getting a
high-voitags buildup from pre
viewers. It is being hailed as a
iu..v.uit, wii.miihu i urn auuc
In real life. Miss Kerr has h s r
own patented methods for a hap
py, enaunni; marriage. She once
explained: "We try to laugh away
aome of our problems and the
rest we discuss. And if things get
ine oaa, my nusDana says, "What
the blazes,' and wa'ka around the
gardes a couple of times and I
go m the bathroom and tike hi
Isqwire mag la distinguished by
aa essay on morality authored by
one of the 20th Century's notable
scholars: Tails lab Bankbead.
Miss Bankbead blasts the orim
and hypocritical .The star is no
straacer to puritanical idiociea.
Her initial major role oa .the
state created a ruckoa. She was
hUsed by outraged eld aaaida of
both sexes. There were editorial
comments about her alleced shock
ing behavior. The producer plead pleaded
ed pleaded with her to appease bluenosesJ
Typically, ahe refused te make
concessions. .The incident hso-
pened in when New Yorkers
ere apparently easily aeorkH.
What caused the uproar? Miss
Bankbead (horrors!) refuted te
wear stockings wiuls en stage.
apologists for his dictatorship. Th.
ijh memoes aen, oun Johnston
D C. J. Consresswoman Kitha
rine Stw George (B.. N.Y. ). Con
gressmaa Don Jackson (R. Cal.),
and Congressman Bernard "Pat"
Kearney (JR., N.Y.). Some of these
were recently given high decora-
uons oy tne vominican Govern
ment, which they accepted despite
tne protest of Rep, Chai.; Porter
J IKI'J FOOD INSPECTED
What GOP Coneresmen Wiitn't
know about their impromptu box
mncneon witn tne President was
that the Secret Service ran a aa.
urity check on : his food. He and
ex-apeaner, Joe Martin were hand handed
ed handed apecially marked boxes contain containing
ing containing chicken. Batata i.Hf
which had been carefully examin examined
ed examined for posible poison.-
Silhei! 'Windsor makes up
with Elsa Maxwell and it'a page page-one
one page-one news. There are other prob problems,
lems, problems, aa the rl.ll.a. ...
Pl"ied: taUdng and laughing ao
.u nv" M course, or
otherwise people say: 'Look how
wren iney are with each other.' v.
goes into the' publid domain. The
agreedv that the New Republican
National Chiarman, Meade Alcorn,
waa uoing a -great jod.
"I'm. very much impressed with
him." Ike aaid of Almm "h.
knows what he's doing. He's en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic nd, he puts in long
', Not a- nn1v'"ai,a1lu' .1 .u.
Yr aw ma
get-together waa GOP Rep. Ken- -neth
Keating of New York, who
knocked over t camera light try.
tag to get into the pictures, and
scratched his chin
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by ErsVint Johnson
HftT.T.YWhOD NEA) 'Behind
he Scenes: I'm in Jackie txlea-
on's league now.' '
I've been barred from a Holly
At least 1 was1 persona non gra-
a Dome ior Darrea -auruis
frank Sinatra's ldrday engagement
jit' the 'Mocambe. .Before opening
jhere, Sinatra, once -quoted as say
'ng, -vl hatecops and newspaper
,hen,' checked ; the use -ot ouy ouy-jvood
jvood ouy-jvood correspondents with his. press
Jf our, long ,ume -viewers w we
J ovietowB; scene; three witn na-
iional news Syndicates and ;one
With Variety were blacked out for
be opening Dy r rannie xcuubc,
'm told, of old feud-; ..' '""Hi 0
Our goes way back to Dec.
946. when Frankie. vn a non-sing-
ne teleeranu. threatened to "belt"
me over something 4'd, written ,a-
I'JOUt him Viit '-JlHi: Jvn-'1'-
BEJWG" BARRED FROM the Mo
umbo during Frank's .engagement
was rather amusing. 1 had no de de-ire
ire de-ire to hear-him sing there, al-
HiWIl 'he. seems to sinz better
every je&x. ant.I'ie. been the, first
o admit it. 1 .-yj j.,,'
I Not '"until he closed : is "i S mat mater
er mater of fact did I djscOver had
seen, on anks person? nop.
grata list.' ."?'
Oh, well, I haven'tet been
barred from any place I want to
so. And, Frankie never-bars 'me
irom ths previews ol his, movies'.
Not yet, at least. "And I hope he
doesn't ''because1: they 'have been
quite' good lately. 4 V'T!.ftJt! .''
I Hollywoodites Artf Talking" About?
.Musical Director. Andre -Previn'S
nroDertv settlement with hisses-.
tranged wile delaying his- 'rtar
riage to singer. Peggy King. Mrs.
lPrvin hasn't yet filed foria. di-
' . 41 kflrtJ
vorce Decause oi uio muircy s-i
gle. Peggy s divorce won t De nn nn-al
al nn-al until October,; but he'saying, he'saying,-"I'll
"I'll he'saying,-"I'll wait 50 year,, for Andre 4f I
have to.".' .. --r- i
- 3 VIEW "When the spertacular floats in the Cotton
rarade ib Memphis, Tens, tame alonf.. Yvonne Hill
e lo imal To ee over the heads of the adult spec
! br father. Trarvcis Hill, fixed that by tossing the
'-.: d lass high into the air to give beta better virm.
PATTI PAGE LANDING the kind
of TV l role She s been; dreaming
about -the. role of a recording
star who wants to climb the hi-fi
ladder on the UJS. Steel Hour. She's
anxious; I hear, to play the same
role in a movie. 'u & 'haf-r
Preview tip. Dont miss -MGM's
"Designing r Woman." A delightful
comedy in v Hollywood's- i' prewar
tradition;", h-t-WrA i :,?vl !i
k-iT: 4,":'m i 'mi" 'vMte.a&.ki'-'
v The Film Academy' curious de de-cision
cision de-cision n the- missing Robert Rich
Oscar mystery; If someone doesn't
prove he was; the' author ot ""ine
Brav One,& ; the. OscarfiiwHl not
be issued, iut the picture will be
listed as winning : the award as-1
best motion; picture story rof 1956
without credit tot any wntet.rii
Wonder if the Oscar will wind
up a big ouestioa .marie engraved
Hollywood and GraneViaetiene
Tierney S' agents jn. Hollywood y
she's ready and willing -to emote
again after long, illness... Produc
er Eddie o Small is having big
troubles with film censors over his
'Barney .Ross filmbiography. "Mon
key on My Back.'.' The censor are
on his back about several incidents
including one scene showing a me
thod of taking morphine.. ..
JESS 'BARKER IS iaying.
through his attorney,; that he will
oppose susan tiaywara s request
twin sons out. of California.; ; ;
twin 'sons our of California. K
Susan has announced they will;
live with her and new hubby Ea Eaton
ton Eaton ChalkJey m Georgia when they
complete the 'current school earl
here. -' X, v .;
Ruth Roman is in Paris for the
movie, "Bitter Victory."..-.:- Burt
Lancaster and Sir Laurence Oli
vier couldn't aeree on their o-
starrlng roles in 'Separate Tables
so now Burt, 1 h-ar, win piay ootn
of 'em. n ? :;'
Negro Hugs Teenage
Stomped By Father
" JACKSONVILLE, Fla.," June 17
(UP) A Negro man hugged ana
"held onto" a 15-year-old white
girl in a bus ticket line here to today,
day, today, then was thrown to the floor
and "stomped" by the girl's fa father
ther father and; several bystanders.
Police said the Negro, Joe Land
Bennettf 25;; of Bartow,- Fla was
booked for disorderly conduct and
asaulting the girl, who screamed
for help when she was seized.
Officers said he explained the at attack
tack attack with the 'statement: "Some
thing just came over me.
A. C. : Marshall, an Athens, Ga.,
radio newsman who was standing
behind Bennett in line when the
incident occurred, said the Negro
had "almost a death hold, around
the little girl's waist. He did not
try to fight us.off or anything., He
just ; held onto, the girl and
wouldn't let go," t i
: During the few seconds she was
in Bennett's grasp, the girl kept
screaming, "Daddy,.. Daddy, help
me," Marshall said.
The father,' along with "six or
seven others,'? wrestled the ; girl
free, then beat Bennett on the
floor and held him until officers
arrived. The girl suffered no phys
leal harm: .. J
' A policeman. Said apparently
"someone stomped; on Bennett's
lace," marKuignim uptana -,ap-parently
giving', him va broken
noM. s'.-'ji. i i v
The Incident occured at .the
Greyhound bus terminal in, down
town Jacksonville.- . r,;-
Three Golfers Die
As Lightning Hits
k-Three men were killed and three
others were injured today when
lightning struck a' party of golfers
seeking shelter under a tree cur
ing a rainstorm.1" '
The dead were identified af Dr.
TT. B. Birrchard. a dentist: Jack
Whitmore, and Fred DeWild, aU
of Scranton; ' -' ".
' Dr. Thomai McWilliams; a phy
slcian who was at the Scranton
Countrv Club where' the accident
took place, said all three golfers
Christian Robinson of Scranton,
.n.kAM rinlfn Anil 4HiB Jnhfl
Fabian, 47, of Dickson City.'ndl
Josepn MarsnaieK oi mroop, werei
admitted to scranton aiaie no
ratal with multiple burns of the
The golfers and eddies took
hpher rora a rain storm under a
tree Just before the lightning
Spend Refcord Sums
On Foreign Travel
WASHINGTON, June 17 (UP)
The government predicted today
that Americans will spend more
on foreign travel this year than
the record $1,800,000 J0 they spent
last year. Americana spent $595,-,
000.000 in Canada and Mexico;
$473,000,000 in Europe and the
Mediterranean area; (134,000,000
in the West Indies and Central
America; $29,000,000 in South
America and $44,000,000 in. ue
Far East ... ,:
From Palace Patrol
LONDON, Jane 17 (UP) The
"Buckingham palace beard" and
Its owner, police Constable
Steward Dean, appeared before a
Scotland Yard disciplinary board
Dean was suspended from the
palace police patrol for refusing i
beard. He la charped with pa
radieg ta aa untidy condition
and refusing aa order to shave
off the beard. . t
He contends there Is nothing
In police regulationj that pro-
Management Corruption Not r Sensational,
Says Sen. McNamqra; ltsDbgxBitesMqn
N WASHINGTON. June 17 (UP)-
IJSen. Pat McNamara (D-Mich)
predicted yesterday that the Sen
ate JLaDor kiciiu committee
would not investigate corruption
within management as thoroughly
as it would labor -racketeering.
McNamara, a v member of the
committee and a former union
official, saia the committee knows
Of several s p e e 1 1 1 c instances
of corruption involving : business
management. But he' said these
cases involve less "sensational
ism" than tne charges against
labor leaders. .
"There's not much news when
a management official is involved
in embezzlement," he said. It s
a case of the dog biting the man.'
He indicated on the NBC tele
vision program "Youth Wants to
Know" that he believes the na nation's
tion's nation's newspapers ; are prejudiced
more in favor of news on union
racketeering than on management
Another c o m m 1 1 1 e mem
ber. Sen, Barry Goldwater (R-
Ariz), said that before it com
pletes its inquiry, tne group "un-
auestionablv will: look into" the
Soiitical acuviues ot tne Ari-ciu
nited Auto Workers and particu
larly UAW, President Walter P,
He said the committee s hear
ings, so tar nave oisciosea mat
'there is power mat exists in tne
hands of a few in both manage management
ment management f and labor.": He said such
a concentration of power is not
in accordance with 'American
The committee, will resume its
public hearings ,. Tuesday, with
President James G. Cross of the
bakers' union on the witness
stand. Committee members want
to question Cross about how his
brunette girl tnena,: Kay Jxwer,
got on the union payroll as an
There have been charge that
he and other union officers used
unjoo 'funds for personal purposes.
McNamara said that despite its
failure to investigate management
corruption thoroughly, the com
mittee s inquiry so lar nas pro
duced i "many concrete : results"
helpful to labor.' He said the
committee has. aided the union
keen ranama Utt
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movement to spotlight racketeers
within its midst.
He praised the AFL-CIO' for
taking steps "to clean its own
house" as far as Teamsters Pres
ident Dave Beck is concerned. He
noted that the AFL-CIO Executive
From Heart Ailment
ATLANTA, June 17 ('UP)
Former Sens Walter F.- George
special ambassador to NATO, con continued
tinued continued to show improvement today
in his recovery ; from a serious
heart ailments ; ",
George 79-year-old formei dean
ot the U.S. Senate, was reported
anoy io -get dsck 10 ms ironi
porch UK Vienna, Ga.; his home
town; His : physician, however.
said it was too early to determine
when George would leave Emory
ireorge was nospiiauzea last
week with a hardening of the
artery that feeds blood to the
heart. -" --j . , r
Emory, 'in its daily statement
on George's condition, saidt v
; "Sen. George continues to be
comfortable 'and continues .to show
some improvement. His condition
is still listed as serious,'.
He spent another: restfuL-nieht.
the .hospital said., t v ..
ur. -).. Willis Hurst, the Georgia
statesman's physician.- said a. con
valescence period, will be. pre
scribed, atr Vienna where George's
daughter in law, ; Mrs Heatd
George, said his home is ready to
be opened as Soon as Hurst gives
George spent manv of : his va
cations during his 34 years in the
Senate-, in Vienna, louneme the
front porch receiving friends and
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DOING THE CHA CHA Chimps Rowdy, left,vand Zip of the
San, Diego Zoo, snuggle up cheek-tc-cheek as they, stomp to
Spanish heat. Appropriately costumed, they're practicing a
routine for the annual celebration of the Fiesta Del Pacinco,
-cncuuieq tor nua-summer in aan
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:av:.; For FORDS ,
'T t (thundcrbirds, too)
I:. t Edward Hughes, Jr.
' Portly n Moters
l- Port Washington.
"THE NIGHT RUNNER"
1 i 'T V V--1
1 I -
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i : The terrifytng stery ef what nappesei 1 a' girl at the
merry ef man tb State Asylum railed... Cared. See
"THE NIGHT RCVNER," sUrrinr Rav Pinton and CoOeeB
Miller which OPENS TOMOREOW AT THE LCX. . t
Council has ousted Beck s as a
council member and an At L-CIO
vice president, 1 , 1
But McNamara said the hear
ings have, disclosed, comparatively
'very little -corruption"! within
the giant Teamsters union, .' He
said the charges have involved "a
few officials" out of a v Teamsters
membership of about 1,400,000. :
interviewed on the ABC TV
program,: .'College News Conferr
ence, Goldwater said there has
been a danger of ,- some large
labor unions "becoming political
parties'' with the result that the
rank-and-file' membership's Tights
will be impaired.
Most Vanled Limey
Fugitive Foxed By
LONDON, June 17 (UP) A
shopkeeper and his neighbors
captured Britain's most-wanted
criminal today barehanded.
They thought he was Just- an
other burglar. t
The fugitive, William Foxy
Fowler, who fled from Dartmoor,
the Alcatraz of Britain, had
evaded police dragnets for 32
days. ;, He had been serving five
years for armed -roDbery
He even talked his way out or
a nonce roaaoiocK oeiore ne
went to the' tiny village of Film-
by in Cumberland last night.
Farmer Angus Boadle and
some friends were- passing by
when" they, heard -"suspicious
noises" in the combination store
and gas station owned by Nor Norman
man Norman Watson.-They roused Wat Watson
son Watson from bed; S"
t watson said the burglar strug
gled and. kicked but he ana Boa Boadle
dle Boadle managed to. pin him down.
Not until hours later "did police
realize the burglar was Fowler.
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'r.nvFUNOR GETS A LAUGH Governor William E. Potter
: fnSiS his audience m he addresses the Society or Amer-
lean Military Engineers at their annual birthday celebration,
;.wWch was held Friday evening at the Ft Otortonj Officers
Club. Shown in the loreground are Col. R L. Hill, Mrs. W. E.
" potter and Col. Hugh Arnold.
FIRST LADY OF PANAMA WTLL ATTEND WIZO TEA
TO BE HELD AT UNION CLUB TUESDAY, JUNE 25
i Mrs, Ernesto de ls Guarflla, wife of the President tl
? Panama, will be guest of honor at a tea to be given by the
3 Women's International Zionist Organization Tuesday, June
25 st Sm at tho Union Club for the benefit of the Pan.
smanisn Red Cross. .-" -v '
v Mrs. de la Guardia ,1 president of the Panamanian Red
Cross, Miss Graeiela Remon, secretary of the Red Cross,
willmtoo attend. ; ,-, r';"-i'
Of Military Enaineorg
The annual birthday celebration
of the American Society of Mili Mili-'tary
'tary Mili-'tary Engineers was held on Friday-
evening at the Fort Clayton
Officer's Club when the members
nd their wives enjoyed a dinner
'.followed, by dancing '-
5 Toastmaster I(jf the evening
was CaL R. L. Hill, president of
"the Society and guest speaker
was Major General, Wm. E. rot rot-,terr
,terr rot-,terr Governor of theCanal Zone.
Have Cocktail Parry
Col. and Mrs. Willys Lord enter entertained
tained entertained on Saturday evening with
a cocktail party at their home on
Miss Jo Ann Potter
Home For Summer
Miss Joe Ann Potter, daughter
of Governor and Mrs. William E.
Potter, is arriving today on the
SS Cristobal to spend the summer
vacation with her -parents. Joist
Potter attends IBucknell Universi
ty in Pennsylvania.
She is accompanied by the Miss-.
es Elizabeth uariow ana cynuua
Cowdicy. former schoolmates at
Brownell School in Omaha Nebras
ka, who will be her guests.
Clinton L. Campbell
Feted On Birthday
Mrs, Clinton L. Campbell of La
CO M I N G
OF ST. LOUIS"
Cresta entertained a group of her
most intimate iriends at, her
home on Sunday evenmg.
Cocktails ana a bufter supper
were served in honpr of her hus-i
Dana on the occasion of his btfth-
a Mexican thtine was-' carried
out in the menu and uecor. ;
Muk Shirley White of Curundu.
daugnter of idri. Faith Foster
woite oi rename aua nr. james
A. r oster of Detroit, Michigan,
were married at lO:Ku yesuuuay
morning m the Diablo Commumty
tnurcn to sgt. james A. uauy oi
AlbrooK Air. Force ,Ue, son ... ol
mi. oamuei .K xiaily w. anu the
iaie ikirs. iaUyot.ilorui Wales,
Pennsylvania. The ceremony was
i..wuiuu oy tue lie v. car; v
rhompMn. pastor or the Church.
The briae. who wore a baileri-
na-length wnite safiii brocade gown
with a draped sweetheart ;necK
line;' ungerup veu bt illusion
caught U. k whit cap, white lace
mitis and carried a cascaae bou
auet of r.d roses. was escorted to
miO trout-oi uie cnurcn oy jur.
Jack Measiey. where she was met
by her latiier who gave, net in
niarnage.v; . .... ;
iu matron oi honor, Mrs. Auce
Kanz, who was the briae'a only
aaeuduiit. wore a oalierina-lenKUi
whit frock, with- green print and
carriud wait roses. UVSgt.. Rox
A. program ot pre-nuptial music
was played by Sgt.. William John Johnson,
son, Johnson, organist, ol Albrook Air Force
Hase, who also accompanied the
soloist, Mrs. Carl V. Thompson,
who sang .''Because Immediately
preceding the service, and ."The
Lord's Prayer" following tho cer
The double ring service was per performed
formed performed under an arch entwined
with pink and white coral vine
and Pink bougalnvillea. This arch
was flanked py tall white cande candelabra
labra candelabra which were lighted before
the wedding by Miss Margaret
urubos. s,. .-.: ... :
A reception -followed the cere
mony, in tho cburch p a r 1 0 r. A
tnree-tiered wedding cake occu occupied
pied occupied the center of the lona table.
on either end of which was a
large silver punch bowl. The small
bride and groom used at the dec
oration on the wedding cake are
an neirioom in the bride's family.
having been used on the 50th wed
ding anniversary cake of the
bride's great grandmother. Mrs.
Emma Silvers and Mrs. Crls
West, served the cake and punch
after; the bride had cut the tradi
tional- first .Piece. u
Miss Carolyn Bundy was la
charge o the guest book.
Tho couple left for a short hon
eymoon in the Interior, and upon
their return will make their home
Relatives Of the bride who were
here from the States were her
father and Mrs. James A. Foster
of Detroit, Mich., and her grand-
Mj..tj.i . u in ar m.iii... ii
has been visiting on the Isthmus,
and who will now return to her
home in Beaumont. Texas.
Sgt. and Mrs. Daily had the
honor of being the first eouole to
be married In the new Communi
ty Church, which was dedicated
taree weeks ago.
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Honored fiuests included: Mrs
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Mrs. Muriel, HowelL Mrs. Leo A.
Ronan, Miss Margaret Speece and
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The Panama Canal Chapter,
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luncheon Saturday in the Garden
Room of the Tivoli Guest House
After the luncheon a business
meeting and election and instills
tion of officers took place. Mem
bers who. attended .'were:
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Winner in the raffle of an histo
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donated by Mrs. James W. Bar
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: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stoudner
of Balboa, announce the engage
ment oi their daughter, Dixie Lee.
to Mr.. Thomas H. Jeavons, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jeavons of
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fiance attend Bowling Green State
University in Ohio where Miss
Stoudner is enrolled in the Col
lege of Liberal Arts, sod Mr. Jea
vons in tne college of Education.
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WASHINGTON. June 17 (UP)
The American Automobile Associ
ation said vesterdav pede
strians were killed by autos last
year,, but even so it marKed a new
low in pedestrian fatalities.
AAA President Harry I. Kirk
made the reDort in announcing
the organization's pedestrian safe safety
ty safety awards for 1956 They, went to
tne state oi vonnecucui. anu uie
cities of Detroit. Mich., and
"In a year when automobile
accident fatalities reached a new
high it is encouraging that one
phase of the trattic acciaent proo proo-lenu
lenu proo-lenu recorded a new low," Kirk
said.' "According to the best cal calculations.
culations. calculations. 7.950 oedestrians lost
their lives last year. 58 fewer than
the nrevious low of 8.000 in 1934.
He said that during the past
20! years the annual pedestrian
death toll has dropped 49 per cent
while th toll for all other types
of auto accidents has risen 33
per cent. i:':.":v.. ''' ..'
A. B. Shea Gefs
From Fordham U.
irnrdham TJniversltv last week
conferred -the ..honorary degree f
Doctor of Laws on Anarew a,
Shea, nresident of Panagra (Pan
In makins tne nresentation, car
dinal Spellman cited the-airline
official, who is also an .executive
vice president and director of W,
R. Grace and Co. as representing
"the highest ideals of an Ameri
can businesman." ;-:';s'VtC:-A
eraduate of the- Fordham Law
School, class of 1924, Shea i h a s
been acuve in inter r American
trade and transportation for the
oast 30 years, and has been, hon
ored with the hiahest decorations
Lof the Republics of Ecuador, Pe
ru, Chile and Bolivia lor ins out outstanding
standing outstanding contributions to the. de
velopment of closer relations and
greater commerce, between t h e
Shea is also chairman of the
President's Council at Fordhsm U-
niversity and a director of the
Fordham Law Alumni Asocia
: -. Cacti notice for Inclwiie-n in this
column should be submitted
, typa-writtsn form and mailed ee
tho bo number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or dolivorod
by hand to the office. Noticos of
meetings cannot bo accented by
telephone. -.' v.
Balboa Woman's -
Club Card Group
The Card Group of the Blaboa
Woman s Club held theii bi-month
ly meeting in the Fern Room of
tne Tivoli Guest House. (Hostess
es for the meetine were1 Mrs
Juanda Pennington, Mrs. Phil Su Super
per Super and Mrs. Evelyn Johnstone.
Refreshments and cards were en
joyed by all.
Those attending were Mas
dames: Mary Da vs. Mollv John-
son, Lois Van Horn, Marie Wet
zel, udttn ICDDlev. Mildred Mala
nan, Ellen Moudy,- Maude Clinch
ard, Martha Bashan. Azzie Hoi-
gerson, Elsie Standish, Evelyn
Johnstone. Mary Runnel. Gertrude
Smouse, Helen Adler, Blanche
Schilling, Leona Saarinen, Libby
Lacey, uiona urown, Helen Went Went-worth,
worth, Went-worth, Fay Ruoff. Juanda Pen
nington. Marian Wilcox. Rita Kev-
un, n-tta noma, Annie zitzmann
uau-e uwin; KdnaTPlummer Em
liy Bolton and Mary Aanessen.
The next meeting will be held
Thursday, June 27 at 12:30 at the
Fort : Amador ; Ooett i Mess with
Mrs. Kay Daniels and Mrs. Marie
wetzei Deing hostesses.
-.. 'VtHI ONI AND 'OHlltr
- Reaches yea 8urgjeUy Steruet
, Made to stay Aetro Antipti
for P to 4 saonthe kt nael
Inhibits or destroys ALL types
r of gersas that fall on or bold to it I
" An investment as oral hyfjene you can
afford to be withoet t Get new Dr. Wnt'i
lor rmry eoember at your family.
It's the NEW
If you are named chairman of
a committee, it la up to you to
do the Job to the best of your
ability. It la better to turn it
aown man to oo n han-heari-
II, you haven't time to do a
job properly, aay so and let
someone else take it over.
MISS DIANE McLAREN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman
McLaren of Gatun,.was graduated from Augustan Hospital
School of Nursilng, Chicago UL, recently. Her sister Jeanette
of Houston, Texas, attended the ceremony.TJurth her course
of traintor. Miss McLaren has been .ctlve as a member of,
Augustan Chorus, a graduate of Iif Saving Class, represen-
o oiuaens nursing convention in Chicaao In 1958
and president of th Student Association for I9J7. ;
Ike's Billion Dollar Piece ;, :
Of, Pie Sets Market Histotr ;
Brownie Day Camo
The Atlantic Side Brownie Dav
Capt will be held at the Fort Cu-
ucic chapel building from' Monday,
June 24, through Saturday- June
29 from 0 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily
except oaiuroay, wnen the: hours
will be from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
Reeistrations for the rimn win
dc laxen at tne Margarita ''Little
Housed from 9 ajn. until 11 a.m.
toaay, tomorrow and Wednesday.
The "Little House'1 is located in
Margarita across from the Tennis
wiun, opposite the North Mararf.
fta School. -t :
ine Recistrstlon f .t.
orowuie win oe sz.so.
casa nca of
f m chat, nwl
NEW YORK. June 17 (UP) i
Last week in stock exchange his
tory will be remembered for two
reasons:, That billion-dollar piece
oi pie that made the wesident UL
and Industrial shares at 10-
The pres'dent a illness gave the
stock market) a convulsion. -Trad
ing was ; so active on Monday
morning that uckers xeu behmd
by It minutes. Sale for tho day
crossed million shares for the
first time since last-Dec; 3L Pri
ces fell 4 billion dollars in valua
tion' and camo back 3 billion.
Industrial shares went through
10-point arc and closed well a
bove their, lo:vs because of favor
able reports from ; the -.r White
House. Next day the market soar soared.
ed. soared. Rails took the lead on the up
side, on Wednesday and industrials
resumed their top place Thurs
day. They managed to gain a tri
fle on Friday. w,-.--..-.
At the weekend ithe vDew.
Jones averages shewed Indus
trials at 511.79 vp 4.14 points en
the week) rails 147.17 up 244; a
tilities 73.47 off 0.07.
Standard and Poor's index of 500
stocks closed the week at its best
level since Aug; 20, At 48.15 It
was up 50 cents from the nrevious
week, a rise in valuation for the
market of I2.200.000.000: It v was
off only $1.59 a share or lest than
7 union from the record, set -on
Aug 2. 1956. :":--:J
When the bad news of the Presi President's
dent's President's illness was out of the wav
me market- rose n i xavorabie
outlook for the remainder! of the
year m industry. J
It ignored many Items that
otherwise miKht hsve been con
strued as adverse, including a
move by the Justice Department
to prevent a merger of Bethlehem
Steel and Youngstown Sheet and
Tube, a report the Justice Depart Department
ment Department wculd level its sights soon
as big oil companies' -control of
lines, a statement by Wil
liam Martin, head -of the Federal
Reserve,- that the board does not
intend to ease money at this time.
lower earnings for- several rail
roads, and a statement by its head
that the Getty Oil group will not
be more closely unified -at this
time. -. i-.
There were' many items of news
helping individual shares such as
a urug saia so oe neipiui-,u can cancer
cer cancer cases developed by Olin Math Math-ioson,
ioson, Math-ioson, reports that Revon was buy buying
ing buying into Schering, and news thst
Dobeckmum and Dow Chemical
were discussing merger terms. -Sales
for the week were boosted
by activity in th. first two ses sessions
sions sessions to a total of 13,229,401 shares,
highest since the week ending A-1
pril 2C Sales in the previous week
Among the leading shares. Chrys Chrysler
ler Chrysler rose 4 5-8 on be week, reflect reflecting
ing reflecting a 19 oer cent rixn in n.
the first five months. A. M. Byers,
up 8 1-4, and Lukens Steel up 94-1
festured the specialty Steels. In International
ternational International Business Machlnei
spurted 23 14 points. T
Allied Chemirat emlnmA i u n,.
Pont zj-i and Eastmans Kodak.
1-4 in the chemicals. General roso
nearly four in the tires. Alcoa wa
up more than four in it. mmM Inn
Coppers had advances running to
3 8-8 points in Kennecott. .
Thrcqfrncd Cy ndsf
MEXICO" CITY. June 17 tVP)L.
Mrs. Leon'Trotiky," widow of the
assasinated Communist leadar.
has declined comment on report a
that Soviet death threats kept her
from testifyint befom a Con
sional rommittee during her re recent
cent recent visit to Washington.
The former Natalia 5 e d o v a
would say only that she Vmight
talk later" unless some comment
is forthcoming from Rep. Francig
E,-Walter (D-Pa.)., -x ;
She did not indicate what aha
expects Walter to say.
The newspaper Ultimas Noticiis
reported that Mrs. Trotsky had
intended to tell the committee
what she knows about Communist
infiltration of the Western hemi-
Shere. She changed her mind,
e newspaper ssid, when she wss
warned that she would be. killed
she talked.. -'i ; .-
Ultimas Not Idas said th
threats originated in the Soviet
embassy here long ssid to be
the headquarters of Communist in intrigue
trigue intrigue in the new world snd
were relayed to the widow by
Communist agents in the United
States. : K',i
When sh returned here last
month, Mrs. Trotsky ssid she had
gone to the United Ststes "to vis visit
it visit friends." She denied thst sh
had ever intended to testify a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Communist activities.
She did not explain, however.
how sh obtained a viss .tie
trip. ; -.- ;
When Lucho give out with music, it needs r
pretation to Panamefio or Gringol All Isthmia
to the pied-piper of-- the organ named A;
Backed by his orchestra, Lucho gives you that ;
music tomorrow night, in the pleasantest plarr
air-conditioned BELLA VISTA ROOM from 7
- "Enjoy yourlf it Ef Pan am a.
ft' chapr than you think!
thai 6mm drinh. Joel lm no
ttvciy fteTor. ao4 Artvt s Its vli
v-a 7i h - 1
refrMbaneat ye .
ym-'m ne"- er
- the deedero nf wwfc i evM
Dr. West's Miracle-Tuft
NEXT WEXK Lnch wM play
a Tuesday, Jan 25
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. . vcr.r ji'::! .:!' f.link Rancher
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Tries To Grab Police Station
j" NEWTON, N.J.,' June 17 (UP)
" -A woman mink rancher bran brandishing
dishing brandishing a 12-gauge shotgun tried
to capture a police station today
to get even for being fined for
.driving through a stop sign.
She came off second best In
her encounter, but not until she
had two policemen with their
backs to the wall.
; The story, as told by police,
feoes like this:
i Vivian Masters, 20, who woms
on a mln kranch here, marched
into nonce neaaauarters u-au
threatened to kill patrolman
William L. Knoll, who was alone
at the station desk.
: : 6h pointed her run, loaded
, With three shells, at Knoll's
:; head for about 10 minutes.
i Then a radio call came in from
a patrol car. Miss Masters told
Knoll not to answer,' but he
Mid If he ignored the call, the
officers in the car would be become
come become suspicious.
Miss Masters let Knoll answer.
He gave the patrol car a special
code signal caning uiem to ceaa
patrolmen Anthony Dyda and
Clarence rrledland rushed to the
station. Dyda went in leaving
his partner outside. The moment
he stepped through the door,
Miss Masters disarmed him and
out his gun on the desk.
The girl ordered Dyda to .bring
In patrolman Charles Young, the
policeman : who arrested her a
month ago for driving through a
stoD sicnal. i
By that time,' Frledland walk walked
ed walked into the station and distract distracted
ed distracted Miss Masters by shouting at
her. Knoll knocked her gun from
After her earlier arrest, she
battled police In the : station
house with her fists and shoved
her hand through a glass door.
'. Today, police took no chanc chances.
es. chances. They put her in handcuffs.
C;:j D:r$' Spcuse
Sv;!;:i : Cccfcslco,
Ccr, Ucusc&ccocr I
London columnist reported today
Vial JUSb KDUUE au uimm
' has after; the recent separation
from her husband Is a $70,000
- il. tVM. lUalH PS.
dfflae and her. earning capacity;
Britain' 'answer to Marilyn,
Heart Surgery On ;
Edge 0( Revolution
American heart specialist Louis
today that heart surgery is, on
me urina tu a ibuui.
f Kata,' director of. thecardlo-
as Britain's answer to mu.ymotw 'u.
Monroe, a jK0'Miael Reese Hospiiai, rem
Husband Dennis Hamilton took
their dogs, their .-s. cockatoo, a
brand new sports car and even
their housekeeper, columnist A?-
thur HelliweU said.
Diana complained Dennis even
arranged -some quick publicity
- pictures for another blonde Dla-
na sen over to cheer him. up.Vv
! "I didn't mind that,", he quot quot-maiii
maiii quot-maiii "hut she was still
wearing pair of shorts and a
3 Cliib P!.n$ 1
Pcitlid I Toiirii:m:nl
to D: I!:!d July 7
' The, Paraiso Brldgis Club has
tnnouncea an open uuu(sc .v .v-1
1 .v-1 rmnV to b held on Sunday
July 7, at 2:30 vjm,.at; the.pa?
rrrf.(t win feature five
"l.Tors cf play.f rlzfis apd.refresh apd.refresh-r
r apd.refresh-r ot for which an entrance lee
tf $1 rpr player -will be charge (1
3 rrs of bridge clubs and
t viaaal partnerships through through-t
t through-t .t the Isthmus art lnylted to
li. 4a th i tournament.
Vhlch wiU be the first ., of. .its
V i la several yearav .-.
evens (Tel. 4-505) WXjmj
Cooper Tel. -8presldent
ind s'cretery, aresptlvely, of
t ia T'n mi so jaiiUKV cuauiuou, wi s-
ef its members. A r and currency Committee, cnai cnai-Thertrt)
Thertrt) cnai-Thertrt) meets at 7 pm. rery lenged Eisenhower's appraissr of
rrldar t the Paraiso CWS c' John Foster Dunes as one w
ITiaay v .'tA' -nlav cmatpst secretaries of
knn inn Amarlpnn And
IX1UXV UidU iw
European heart specialists meet meeting
ing meeting at Brussels University, ''I
predict developments 'within the
UCAV ill JTCWiil TT.M w ----
progress we have 1 made up t"
now look amateurish."
'Open surgery, r where i ; t n e
heart is laid bare by a body-widte
incision JS, A Deucve,
b. far as the future lies with sur
gery," he said. , V
"However, ''-.'in "'my lifetime I
would like to see surgery ended.
Research into prevention of
heart diseases is the real future
and we are only Just beginning.
tie preuicieu wio j
developed electronic devices and
tne gnowieage vney ..
"will put heart surgeons out of
a jod. i ,
Scr.:!:r Says Ike
WAsmNGTON June 17 UP)
T. t m 1 1 1 1 m
Fulbri?ht .today questioned Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's qualifications
to judge the merit of bis
seereUry of state.,;1.
M A.i .... .MitiH. -Tanrftitf
Democratic member of the Com-
mittee- on orgn jveiauuu.
chairman of the Senate Banking
J 1 1UOJ v v.w
trr ancf Invites guests
With VS menu
' v.- O
8BSmJfe f illip IN
also Civic, cen- John Foster Dunes as one m u
aests 't6 Play nation's greatest secretaries "of
m rrefiaratlon state.' '-: .-'.L
Egypt's Aswan Dam
Will Bo Completed
Within Five Wears
CAISO, June IT CUP)Prel;
int Aliel Nmer'S chief pouucai
vi r, AU Sibri. Said tedsy the
wm dim wiU be completed in
r Sabri a fl e In T an election
trrerh tot the July legislative
,ll t at in two years tgypi wiu
rodace enough oil to be self suf-
- r8ser give uiv nwu ii
Irg octructioit of the dam as his
rs!"m lor nsiionaunng ui u
. .. . il.. TT-U
. f list UCtODer aiier m jaii-iaay-uijy oaau,
r ; m withdrew Its offer of a rather than as a" diplomat, Ful-
- ...... t 1 -Li : j ...
yesterday in a statement marking
the secretary's 50th, anniversary
as a aiDiomau -
Wnmriotif innonni on un db
oUui.inn ahow- "Face the Na
tion," was asked to comment on
the President's sopraisal.
"President Eisenhower," he
said, "is a 'military man and I
don't thin ne s quaimea wuuge
this mstter.f t -'
Fulbrieht said he thought Dulles
is a man 'of great talents f a
certain kind." He praised Dulles
- anil a lawvr' But
be criticised Dulles as a policy
msker. : -
Dulles, he said,'' has hot de-
. f. ... aMJ mgimM
veiopea an aurroauro u
longnge program 1 lor .the U.S.
riav ipniiai an sreai uisiucsai' vu aa
day-to-day basis, as a lawyer
elp build it
'-"f f "fTIT ATTAIR, at emdy-fniie-aexet wbleh
4 CN LDNtSDAT Jt AT THE CENTRAL. The Mm
'i 5 n Hayward and Kirk DAcflai tn the rolMi f.tb
,F A reportedly 4elUhtful emedy TOr SE-
T 1 f AIR, Is th story f the Army's ton best Gn Gn-'
' Gn-' ; f t U pat throcih the toocbeat baste tratnkig ta the
. (yi baatlfal bat-erea-toBrber lady publisher. Kirk
' as the hervte imeral with the kknaBM "Iro "Iro-"
" "Iro-" fc named far a tp diplomatic jwt wbkh
-i 1 r-ard wants amone else t have. When Miss
li!Brb sv campaisTi te discredit DQs!aa, the
. lnt ks It.
'THEIR HEARTS ARE SHOWING Today's teen-agers can
go weir parents one better when it comes to showing their
r feelings. In years gone by, the two straws in one soda was a
;.,iMre sign of love. Now, thanks to a leading band-aid manu-
facturer, the "steady daters" can proclaim their mutual Interest
. :by wearing identical band-aids, i The new bandage fad kit in in-'
' in-' eludes four-leaf clovers to proclaim ''lucky me," zippers which
indicate "my tips aro sealed,'!, and a variety of others. T s-
. i J
jgrne in he. mtf
FIVE-STAR FINAL Most newsmen will agree they've, never
seen a city editor mat iooks uks me genuemaa on ins iv. out
. the gentleman King Clark Gable is real enough, for 8 real
.1 newspapermen who are playing in the film,' Teacher's Pet."( '.
i Cable, as editor of the "New York: Chronicle," is shown with I
Hollywood Columnist Ersklne Johnson. An authentic editorial
room-i-a copy of that In the NewYork Wwld-Telegrasaand
1 Sun was- made for th filming, ri ; '", ,?;,.'i)r 'i i
PPETTV DOGCONE NICE A couple of canine connoisseurs A
tof such curbside necessities study the. spanking new paint Job
iof this 'fireplug ta Memphis, Tenn. r Judging by those, rapt
' razes,-to their -eyes this plug is almost ras lovely as a brs.u
'. : r
IF YOU'RE TIRED;.
.'.'of tiirninr acrewi with
a kitchen knif ; ;
. . of turnine nuta with
N vT .poor fitting pliera v )
- .-. of cutting wire with 4
-. . or,using tools of :
18DO vintage. ... ".
fpr-t ' "31 t.C3 CC7S
siM and buy the high quality, tough,
long lajstlag tool yoa need for doirg your work right! ;
vp'Ari ah a auto sva;;:
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Box ISIS, Panama Tela. 340Si MTIV
Calabrian Romance Triumphs
As Kidnap-Elopement Unfolds
-i i-" o
ROGHUDI, Italy, June 17 "Now J know -we shall'sopn be
JSoirhudi's vi mayor and tne married."
young school teacher he suppos supposedly'
edly' supposedly' kidnaped were-found by po police
lice police today living the perfect love
story in a Calabrian mountain
c,ave. i i 1 i
The "kidnaping" turned out to
be a Calabrian-style elopement,
planned as a ruse to evade a
family veto on their, love.
Schoolmistress Francesca za za-vattiera,
vattiera, za-vattiera, 28, told police It was
not 40-year-old Mayor Pielro
Nocera who carried her off by
force last Wednesday, but "In
of his pistol-waving friends
and with her approval.
"Pletro. whom I love very
much, Joined me after mj 'kid 'kidnap,'
nap,' 'kidnap,' b she said.
This little village went Into an
unroar Wednesday when a a-roup
of men, believed to include the
mayor, ambushed Francesca and
hauled her off to the mountains.
The story, as it was told then,
said Nocera had tired of waiting
for Francesca's consent and had
decided to anply the calabrian
coda bv which kldnapuiE is a ie
gitlmate way to get a 'bride if
more conventional courting iaua.
But this is tne story Francesca
told police today:
"Pietro's wealthy parents ob'
Jected to his marriage because I
was poor. My own parents a-
approved because tney teareu
that if I married. I would no
longer bring home my salary.
"Pletro ana I urea oi wuu"g
for their consent, so we planned
this 'kidnap' to force our fami
lies to agree to our marriage.
TheMnarriaee orobably now
will have family blessing as. the
honorable end to the episode.
Polish Red Chief
Heads For Berlin;
BERLIN, June 11 (UP) PoUsh
Communist party chief Wladys-
law Juromulka will head a delega delegation
tion delegation arriving In East Berlin to
morrow for conferences, the East
German News Service 'reported to today.
The talks were expected to re result
sult result in a communique stressing
E&st German Polish solidarity.
Relations between Stalinist East
Germany and Titoist Poland have
been strained since Gomulka was
swept into power last October.
Gomulka' arrival will coincide
with the fourth anniversary of the
fourth anniversary ? of the East
Berlin, workers' uprising nwhich
started June 17," 1953 and spread
into the East German provinces.
brlAl 1 OP ST. LOUIS"!
taHMBHBaH HHansaai ;
Wilson Winds Up :
OUANTICO. Vs.. June 17 (UP)
Defense. Secretary Charles E.
Wilson entertained about 170 mili military
tary military and civilian leaders at lunch
yesterday to wind up the annual
defense conference here.
., The three-day meeting was held
under unusual security wraps this
year because-the discusions cen centered
tered centered on disarmament, guided
misile development and other; se secret
cret secret topics.- t 1 ;
Wilson called the meeting, fifth
in a series, -one of the best yet
held. But be gave no details,
Todsy the defense secretary
will leave for several days of fish fishing
ing fishing at Murray Bay, Quebec (Pro
ft si.fafw vi
DENIES DIVORCE REPORT
Actrett Ingrid Bergman, who
gave up her home and family to
' marry Italian director Roberto
Rossellini,. scoffed at reports
that be plans to .divorce her and
marry the wife of an Indian
film director.;; Visiting in Paris,
the Oscar-winning actress said,
"I. think the whole thing is
made up. ... I think someone
is trying to hurt my buiband."
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Signed by ALBERTO AIJEMAN, Ormnor of he Prorlncf of Panama 47-12155 '. .'
. '' The Representative ft the Treasory, JOSX GCHXERMO A1ZTU '
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WITNESSES: Ignacio Qalnsmda, Cad. Na.
Antonio Maxwell, Ced. Ne.-4Ms5M
Notary Prnblie, Panama
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. PAGE SIX 5.
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Wilhelm, McDaniel Panning
.Out To Be Bullpen Bonanza
For Pennant -Minded Cards
By M7fon Rcinon
NEW YOUR, Junex17 (UP) An old pro and a kid
just three weeks out of high school are panning out to
be, a bullpen bonanza for, the pennant-minded St. Louis
Cardinals.? j; : -a
' The old pro is 33-year-old Hoyt
wilhelm and the youngster iresn
. out of the classroom is M-year-old
bonus beauty Von McDamel, who
hrtwAMi them", nitched the Cardi
nals within 1-1-2 games of the Na-
, tional League lead oy oeaung
(Brooklyn twice yesterday, 7 and
6 4. .
. McDaniel, appearing in only his
second major league game, check checked
ed checked the Dodgers on one hit and
struck out five batters in four in innings
nings innings to gain his first major league
' victory in the opener. Wilhelm hur hurled
led hurled four hitless innings in the
nightcap to save Willard Schmidt's
triumph and give the Cards their
11th victory in the last 13 games.
Signed on May 27 for a $50,000
bonus, McDaniel, younger broth,
r.of the Cards' Lindy, is catch catch-'
' catch-' big on in a hurry. Whon short, i
Jtop Alvin Dark asked him if he
new whom ho was pitching to
In the seventh inning. Von re re-plied:
plied: re-plied: "I sura do, it's Mr. Snid-r."
waukee even though he was nick nicked
ed nicked for homers by Willie Jones, and
Granny Hamner, Southpaw Curt
Simmons was the winner in the
m?htean. 1-0. with the Fhus scor
ing the only run as a result of the
one hit Burdette allowed, joe n-
nett doubled in the sixth and com
pleted the circuit on an infield out
and Kicnie AstiDum s sacruice jiy.
Don Mueller's ninch three run
homer in the eighth off Tom Acker
helped Marv Grissom ot tne uiants
to victory in a reiiei roie against
the Redlegs, who frittered away
a 30 lead. Ray Crone, acquired
from Milwaukee Saturday, started
for the Giants but was knocked out
in the second inning.
Jim Bolger, Ernie Banks and
Walt Moryn each hit homers in
the Cubs' triumph over the Pirates
and (Banks also homered in the
second game which was not com
pleted; Don Kaiser was the win1
ner and Luis Arroyo the loser. The
second game will be completed
July 16 at the point it was suspended.
In the American League, Jim
Rivera and Minnie Minoso each
hit two ru nhomers for the White
fTk. r 4. i,ri.am .11.1 Hpfi
efc to win tho opener on Ken Boy- Sox to help Jim Wilson notch his
. effs seventh inning homer, arter
Rv Camnanella and Stan Musial
each had hit three-run homers. St.
Louis shelled Johnny Podres from
the mound in the nightcap with a
four-run5 outburst in the sixtn.
Schmidt gave up two runs in the
' bottom of the frame and Wilhelm
7 came on to retire the last 12 bat-
-league-leading Milwaukee split
- adoublahaader with Philadelphia,
- a : .1. ...... Knt nrnn-
;t winning mo uycu, -,
Sag the nightcap, 1-0, despite Lew
urdette's one hit' pitching. -The
cianti d and the Redlegs. 4-3, and
tho Cuba defeated the Pirates, 4-1,
with theUslgntcgp being called at
4-4 in the seventh inning because
; of Pennsylvania's Sunday cunew.
, '"The White Sox stretched thair
American League lead to I- 1-2
games by beating Washington
V twice, 4-1 and 8-6: the Yankees d-
feated tht Athletics, M, in 10 in in-nines;
nines; in-nines; Cleveland swept two games
from Baltimore, 4-3, 5-1 and De Detroit
troit Detroit beat Boston, 2-1 2-L, in 10 in innings.
' double drove in the winning run
- for the Braves in the opener. Juan
Wnaro went the route for Mil-
seventh triumph in the first game
Relief pitcher Dixie Howell then
hit two run homers lor the white
the White Sox battled back from a
6-0 also homered.
'''4' V' H-.t -v.ij.j,
? Yankee reliever Bob' ; Grim
' was credited with his seventh
Victory whan the Bronx Bombers
rallied for 'three runs in the 10th.
Homers by Gil McDougald and
Yogi Barra gave the Yanks an
early lead, but .Billy Martin,
playing his first game for KarW
saa City, homered and Hal
Smith sent the game into extra
innings with a homer in the bot bottom
tom bottom of the ninth.
Boeer Maris' single with the bas
es full off Connie jonnson m tne
eighth inning cave the Indians
their opening same victory, while
homers by Al Smith and Dick Wil Williams
liams Williams beat the Orioles in the night night-can.
can. night-can. Early Wynn pitched a six-
hitter in the second game for his
Harvey Kuenn's 10th Inning hom
er and Jim Bunning s three nit
pitching carried Detroit to its vic victory
tory victory over Boston. One of the hits
off Bunnine was iBilly Klaus' home
run in the seventh. Mike Fornieles
was the loser.
ttRVIrW THE AMERICAS FOR OVER A CENTURY
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR. PERU nd CHILE
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TO NEW YORK
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ISABEL" Sella Cristobal, Jane 25
CECILIA" Sails Cristobal Jnly 3
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AMERICA TO THE PANAMA CANAL
I.S. "SANTA CRUZ" Balbe Wy
TO WEST COAST CENTRAL AMERICA and U.S.
U. S. PACIFIC PORTS
SX "SANTA ANITA" Ralls Cristobal. Jena 21
SJB. "SANTA CKC2T .SaJli Cristobal, Jsfly 11
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GOT 1M Brooklyn's Don
Ne wcombe is holding team teammate
mate teammate pitcher Don Drysdale,
after the latter got into a fist
fight with Braves' shortstop
Johnny Logan over -an alleged
"dust-off" pitch during thg
2nd inning Of the Brooklyn
Milwaukee game at Ebbets
(Based on 150 official at bats)
Piar ami Club G Al R H Pel
H atI ops Brooklyn 51 194 31 71 .360
Musial, St. Louis 54 222 35 81 .365
Fondy, Pittsburgh 50 198 25 71 .359
Cimou, arooKiyn o o oa .w
hursh 55 216 19 71 .329
Aaron, Milwaukee 56 238 44 78 .328
Closing ftush Wins
Sprint Feature Race
L i - ." .': t :)
'(.. -' - i I 1
' 1 t
r lspl JfiliSlllf l! Jiisi
" ) f J .H
FAIR START -G wen Barker, right. 17' geU off to flying
start against Elizabeth Lang. 14, in a practice sprint at the
Old Deer Park track in Richmond, EnglanaV The youngsters'
steps aren't reserved for dance floors. 1 -'
Mays, New York
Robinson, Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati Dark,' St. Louis
41 154 16 50 .325
56 210 41 68 .324
56 230 41 73 317
53 229 80 71 310
Fox, Chicago -Skowron,
Lemon, Washing Washington
ton Washington Wertz. Cleveland
H. Smith, Kansas
55 182 55 69 .379
51 177 39 67 .379
54 175 34 60 .343
55 214 37 73 .341
(3 204 14 68 .333
58 225 28 70 .311
54 187 31 58 .310
59 231 21 71 .299
59 221 40 68 .308
56 231 21 71 307
- f r
48 164 23 49 .299
Aaron, Braves 18
Musial, Cards 14
Moon, Cards 13
Mays, Giants 13
Sauer,- Giants n
Snider, Dodgers 11
Robinson, Redlegs 11
Mantle, Yanks-' 19
Williams, Red Sox IT
Sievers, Senators IS
Zernial, Athletics 13
Maxwell, Tigers U
. RUNS BATTED IN
Aaron, Braves 41
Musial, Cards 50
Hoak, Redlegs 42
Mays, Giants 37
Ennis, Carda 36
v. AMI RICAN, LEAGUE
Sievers, Senatori 48
Skowron, Yanks 43
Mantle, Yanks 42
Werte, Indians 41
Minoso,; White o 40
(Based, on 7 aWclilons)
W L Pct.
T 1 475
I 2 400
Atlantic Basketball League
Opens At Margarita Tonight
Powells vs Alumni (7 p.m.)
Cristobal vs Working Boys
By TREVOR SIMONS
The 1957 eagers will be off and
running at the Margarita gymna gymnasium
sium gymnasium tonight at T o clock, the of
ficial opening of the Atlantic Bas
ketball League." League officials
are predicting on of sue most
successful eag seasons duo to
the even balance of power from
four well matched teams.
The all-civiuan league will run
through the middle of August with
two games each Monday and
The complete scheduled follows:
(Listed on the right of the sched
ule are referees sheduled to
work the games. :t
June 17 Powells vs Ahimni
(Palumbo Rlnehart) Cristobal
vs' Working Boys (Jorstad Mo-
June 19 Powells vs Working
Boys (Hatgl Moser); Alum Alumni
ni Alumni vs Cristobal (Jorstad M a n-ning)
June 24 Alumni vs Working
(Boys (Moser Palumbo); Cristo
bal vs roweus tiunenan at at-fl)
fl) at-fl) .' ..
June 20 cnstooai vs wornng
Boys (Jorstad Hatgi); PoweUs
vs Alumni (Manning FaiumDO)
July 11 Alumni vs Cristobal
(Rinehart Manning);- Powells
vs working soys tuatgi. ri-
lumbo) '. I
July I Cristobal. Tf rowella
(Hatgl Rlnehart); Alumni vs
Working Boys (Jorst and Moser)
July 8 Powells- vs Alumni
(Manning Palumbo);, Cristobal
vs Working Boys (Moser Jor Jorstad)
stad) Jorstad) July 10 -m Powells vs Working
Boys (Palumbo Hatgi); Alum Alumni
ni Alumni va Cristobal (Rinehart Man Manning)
ning) Manning) -
July 15 Alumni vs Working
Boys (Moser Jorstad); Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal vs Powells (Manning Rine Rinehart)
hart) Rinehart) 1 (
July 17 Cristobal vs Working
Boy (Jorstand Hotgi); Pow Powells
ells Powells vs Alumni (Palumbo Rine Rinehart)
July 22 Alumni vs -Cristobal
(Moser Manning) Powells vs
Working Boys (Palumbo- Hat
gi). 1,, .,.'". w
July 24 Cristobal vs Powells
(Rinehart Manning) Alumni bs
Working Soya (Moser J Jorstad)
July 29 Powells vs Alumni
(Palumbo Rinehart) Cristobal
vs Working Boys (Hatgi Mo
July 31 s Powells. vs Working
Boys iraiumoo Hatgi): Alum
ni vs Cristobal (Jorstad Man
Aug.' I Alumni : vr Working
Boys (Jorstad Moser): Cristo
bal vs Powells '(Hatgi Ri no no-hart)
hart) no-hart) v. -' ;
Aug. 7 Cristobal vs Working
Boys (Moser Jorstad): Pow
ells -vs Alumni (Manning. Pa
lumbo) ; .;. ';
Aug. 12 Alumni vs Cristobal
(Rinehart Manning): Powells
vs Working Boys (Palumbo Hat
gi) .. ,- - -r,
Aug. 14 Cristobal vs roweus
(Hatgl- Manning) f Alumni vs
Working Boys Jorstand Moser)
Antonio Eskildsen's consistent
Areentine horse Kadir yesterday
uncorked a sizzling stretch rush
to virtually : sweep pacesetting
Gavllan off his feet In the clos closing
ing closing strides of the featured $750
seven furlong sprint for second
series thoroughbreds at the
President Remon racetrack.
Gavllan an outsider in the
betting, had raced mutuels fa favorite
vorite favorite Embassy into the ground
and seemed headed for victory
'when .'Kadir came on for his
powerful closing effort to get
up and score going away by
half a length. Embassy wound
up third, four lengths back
while Comatose and Paquiro
trailed in that order.
Comatose was a forward fac factor
tor factor and raced close to Embassy
irr .i.i..f'- ppTI l,iHIIIIHIL J
tditor: CONRADO SARCZANT
I (First Game) '.
and oavilan for more than half Milwaukee
St. Louis l
Pittsburgh at Miwaukee.;
Brooklyn at Cincinnati (N)
, Only-games scheduled ,.
W L Pet.
" 33 22 .600
. 31 23 .574
, 32 25 .561
-l30 24 .556
J 30 25 .545
. ,,25 32 .439 '9
20 35 .364 14
- 17 32 .347 13
m New York
2 ,letroit 1
2V4 Cleveland -
3 1 oston 1
36 18 '.667
, TODAY'S GAMES
, YESTERDAY'? RESULTS
the journey but weakened badly
In the homestretch while Paqui Paquiro
ro Paquiro was a trailer most of the dis distance,
tance, distance, never threatening. r
Kadir turned -the distance in
1 ; unri. retnmort fl Rn win $3
niaces second choice in thelMilwaukee
betting. The one-two combina
tion of Kadir-Gavllan paid a
juicy $34.80. -1
Starring Ruben vasquez guia guia-ed
ed guia-ed Kadir. It was his second vic victory
tory victory of the afternoon "in five
tries and enabled him to equal
the semestral record of 82 vic
tories held by Alfredo Vasq-;"z
(no kin to Ruben). With 1 ?
more meets remaining in- ie
first six month period, Ruben ft. Louis ;
seems a cinch to surpass the Brooklyn
.. (first Game)
Vashington', 000 020 000 2 7 0
Chicago 200 002 OOx 4 9 0
itamos (i-R a
Roberts. Hearsn M,IW i.K rt ""BU" -eegan and Bat-
mi non nint n a
rniiaaeipnia : 000 100 1002
rizarro tJ-5 and Sawatski.
(Second Game)' (Washington 200 130 000- n
e 000 non nnnn a n rv, iXX fir "w 11 2
Philadelnhia nno oV r X -""u -, imx- 13 0
Burdette (5-3 and Cranlall. andTS. L
c iiiuna o j aim
Cincinnati 030 000 0003 7 0
"Jew York 000 000 13x 4 8 2
Gross, Acker (6-3); and Bailey."
Crone, Davis, Barclay, Grissom
1-2) and Westrum, Katt. -
present mark by a wide margin.
H. Bias Agulrre, however, was
the day's biggest winner with
three consecutive victories In
the fifth, sixth and seventh
races to look like the Tanque" ;
of old before trailing with his
last two mounts. v
' 100 014 1007 13 2
Wi 1UU 0008 10 0
Dickson. Wehmpler v un.:.i
(1-0) and Landrith. "um
, rysaale, 'Roebuck. Labine
3),.- Bessent and Campanella.
Harshman, Howell (2-2). La P.l.
me and Lbllar,, Battey, i. t-
New York 000 003 002 3- g"
Kansas City 000 200 111' l 13 i 3
Kucks, Grim -(7-2,' Ditmar and
Johnson, Berra. ?
i Morgan, Goi m an(0-2) tand
Smith. r j" v f'( ; 1 -V,,-.(
Boston v 000 000 100 01 jV
Detroit 001 000 000 1-2 u
Fornieles (2-7) and white,
Bunnipg (7-1 and House, 1
at Louis -. I90 nm inn a 19
Brooklyn 200 002 0004 5 1
The briUlant unbeaten paUve1. scnmidr6-1), Wilhelm and H.
triumph. .'. I Pef, "3) CraigK Bessent Naragon
Favorites once dominated tne,
card with Little Fool's $16.60 ... "ftr ,f
being the best win payoff. CW-L,, M )
the next best pif..KT..-i. rz tzt irl 1 1
Kaiser (2-4), Lown and Tanning.
Arroyo (2-8 r.-irii "fi
Rand. 7 uu
Baltimore 1 100 200 000-3
Cleveland oil 000 02y
Johnson (5-6) and Triandos.
Mosi, ;. McLish, Narleski
vlllngo's $13.40 was
, FIRST RACK
1 Mr. Jack, $5.60, $.20.
2 Certamea $2.60.
Harris Calls On Government
To -Take Nose Out' Of Sports
ly TOM NELSON'
WASHINGTON. June 17. (TJ1
Rep. Oren Harris called on the
federal government t d a y to
"take its nose out" of professional
sports and let organised baseball.
and football run their own anairs.
The Arkansas Democrat will be
the lead off witness tomorrow
whew a House Judiciary subcom
mittee, headed by Ren. Emanuel
Celler (D-NY) opens bearings on
how far the government should go
ia regulsting professional sports.
At least three "anti-trust" bills
are pending before tne subcom subcommittee.
mittee. subcommittee. Harris is sponsoring one
to live footbsIL basketball and
bockey the same exemption from
the. anti-trust laws that the Su
preme Court gave baseball 35
Featben Nat Exempted
However. th court -ruled last
nXGZX f CCTLT
Ttobibited tot Minors
-" DrSXlTA ;
Fabulous Double ProfraiBf
. ftork Kudson tn
Tom Bovev In '
llERITHrNO BCT THE
. ... TILTH ..-
Beavv Oafy staow
. ; Mr, Alltee
' Also: .
Jsvno Mansfield la
THE GIRL CANT
HILT IT ..."
kill oft nusco
, Also: ;
TRE BAD gEED
Feb. that the same- exemption
does not apply to-, nrofessional
tootoau. v - 1 s :
Harris said that if the Justice
Department tries to enforce anti antitrust
trust antitrust laws : against the gridiron
gsm "they will kilT and destroy
tnis great- American sport."
"If the. government would take
its nose out of this business and
let the public and industry work
out their own problems, they will
o solved," ne said."Aner au.
if there if any. one that's' oper
ating ia a glass -cage it's this kind
Legislation pending before the
Aibcommittee includes a proposal,
backed by Celler, which would
wonld bring baseball -under the
anti-trust laws hist 'like football.
A "middle of -the- road" sp-
prosch which would exempt the
except for "purely business" as aspects
pects aspects Lka concessions and broad broadcast
cast broadcast rights has been proposed by
Reps. Kenneth B. Keating -( It It-NY),
NY), It-NY), Tatrirk J. 'Hillings (R-Cakf)
and John W. fiyrnes (R-Wis).
i Oiffarane Of OpiAien
I Hams, chairnaa of the House
Commerce Committee which en-
siders lerltim dealing with
radio a d tetevuriom, d Jtertd
sharply with Keating orer -whether
sports bresdeasting should
come under anti-trust laws.
Harris said the present regula regulation
tion regulation of the broadcasting industry
by the Federal. Commanications
Ciir.iioo is sufficient.
1 doat think the federal gov-
1 JaMna (Exelnded from
I Doe Gran $1.40, S.
J Linda Susy $3.80. t
1 Flrt.Double; $1$
THIRD RACK f
1 Seri Bueno $2.40, 2JtO.
2 JnUo Verne $2.20. : ',.
-, .' t One-Two: $l ..
; "-FOURTH RACK
1 Twlly Bar ; (Exelnded
betting), -., -s,f,4't
2 Jnsthta $9.20, S.ttV, ?
3 Lady Edna $2.60. -! -:
- QulnleU: $L140 --:
r'i )' FI1PTH RACK
" . -.
"Y. betting). .- i.,,-4-v..,'..-2
Soberan $12.46, 6.60.
$ Julio $$.r-
201 010 X 4 10
' (Second Game)
Baltimore : 000 000 0101
Cleveland 310 010 OOx 3
CKDell. (M), JLehman and
Wynn (8-7) and Hegan. v
Rush, Brosnan and Neemsn.
Purkey, Arroyo, Law and Foilns."
I COMING I
1 Flflto $3 Jl, t.$f.
2 Greco $5.. .. .... 1,.
y SEVENTH RACE f
lChrrlllngo $13.41, Ml
EIGHTH RACE y
1-Little Foot $16.60, 1.41.
3 CamberweU $4.
'I NINTH RACK
1 Kadir $646, S.
J GavUan $5A6v
.' TKNTH RACE
1 Rosier $6, 2-4$.,-'';-vr: ;
t gGarmanla $24$. .r-.
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"23 Paces to Baker Street "Tornado la The Saddle"
CAMP BIERD 6:15-8 Alan Ladd
J-' ' '- "McCONNELL STORT" -" :
ernment ought to control that
phase of the. activity of the base baseball
ball baseball industry any more thai any
other organization," iH said.
Why should the broadcasting ot
baseball be treated any different
from any other program you can
think of?" 4
Noting that baseball long bas
been considered exempt from
...;. l.wa TTaivla iftM hit
UU-U UB i
rreatest concern now is about the
effect of tne Supreme court ruung
on pro football.
Today Encanto 3S, J2Q
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, Doris Day la
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a Ins-rid Bfei.niu m
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John Derek In
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I.wXDAY, JUNE 17, 1957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAII.T. NEWSPAPER
. PAGE SEVER
1LUU U &d JLy
By FRANK GODSOE'
HICK HEAVYWEIGHT Roy Harris trains in home-made
diggings in hi backyard. And the heavyweight gives Oppon Oppon-eats
eats Oppon-eats typical home-town Cot and Shoot treatment in the ring;
Dr. Mai Stevens, the former
college football coach who pro protested
tested protested that the" use of drug a a-mong
mong a-mong athletes' wasn't prevalent
iter the; furore, raised by a
medico's charges, once quit as
the Yankee team physician be because
cause because he dldnt like the" idea of
novocains Injections for certain
players to make y them 'forget
sprained ankles, etc... as or ordered
dered ordered by the front office. '
There'll be a 30th birthday
party for Wiffl Smith's Model
A Hy -Susy by name) ...
which- antedates her by dec dec-mdev
mdev dec-mdev Bwji'ii
That abandoned experiment of
manna- nrannv Hamner Into a
Ditcher wasn't a shot in the dark
.. .the Phillies', infielder was a
hurler as a kid around Richmond
L.ii.a. Via wrn1f4 Vtavfk
... u j -opart
maae u vu w .vii" r
given ifuiU' .
Ironic that pran;ls set again at
second base because the veteran
balked afr- moving, from' short short-top.
top. short-top. a couple of years ago.;.
Cincinnati trainer Doe An Anderson
derson Anderson reports yon'll see s
' Juvenated Ted Klussewskl ....
who I eeta so good he's think-'
Ing of forgettinj about disk
operation, ;., f: r ;' V '.
The subject of Willie Mays au automatically
tomatically automatically brings up a discus-,
alon of great fielding plays, from
'his Carl Furillo throw of 1951 to
his Vic Werta World Series grab
- In '54 to his recent gems against
the Phils and Pirates -, . but
we'll still take the one we saw
him make in Minneapolis before
he came to the majors .". when
he slammed into the right field
wall (he was playinfe center
then, too) at full speed, dug his
spikes into the wood, actually
ritmhed two stews on the yerti-i
- cle incline, stuck his glove hand
above his head to spear the ball
nd fell to the sround In a
heap, still clutching it.... -Don
Hoak, the key to the
spurt of the Kedlegs, was the
last man to get a shot at third
base In spring training;...
rvmr rord. the best money
ivm- in coif, isn't modest In
'discussing his talents as a base baseball
ball baseball player 1 was a darn good
one-.. .but he gave up the dia diamond,
mond, diamond, because his right hand
got too strong... that's right right-throwing
throwing right-throwing with that arm and
using it to rpt power in his blows
hurt his goif game,..where you
heed equal leverage...
porrest T v ashe vski, Iowa's Rose
fcowl coach, and Dave Nelson,
who does a winning Job at Del Delaware,
aware, Delaware, are writing a book on the
wonder of the wing-T . .- they
were backfield teammates at
Michigan in the Tommy Harmon
era....Evvy gets offensive in inspirations
spirations inspirations from the litUe-ttme
. Delaware maestro....
Washington State Is worried
that baseball stoats will whee wheedle
dle wheedle away star football tosser
Bob Newman, who switches te
' Vetmns with the Phils pre predict
dict predict first baseman Ed Boochee
wul be one of the great hitters
n a couple of years ... like
tv rstural swing of recruit gar
cf -r t arry flcofrion
cut t. st b Bowman is the
f'.nt I .k e r.ght fielder oppo-
tt- $ jut, t run on....
Tt f t inijor teafoo Bian Bian-gf.'
gf.' Bian-gf.' ; r-.'ty roeld be Fred
1 t". -,f t-.e Braves dent perk
t r I j -i .
L i : rvmaw -mi
Between you'n'me, Birdie Teb Teb-bett
bett Teb-bett has an absolute phobia a a-bout
bout a-bout the. way New York sports
welters Ignore the hinterlands,
Along The Fairways
Thirty-two :. ulayers 1 enjoyed
the hospitality of the Panama
Golf Club for the PWOA tourna
ment last Saturday. The course
was in fine shape and the rain
held off; only the last foursome
in got .wet on the 18th. Connie
Gerrans, who was not playing;
kept the score sheet, so the- or
ganization went smoothly.
National Distillers donated' a
bottle of Agewood and Jack
Schorvgave a bottle or House of
Lords. Pan' American World Air Airways
ways Airways gave two PAA blue bags.!
All of these were added to the
ten regular prizes put up Dy tne
association. Thanks to Agendas
Doel, who eave Dunloo ball key
chains and tee packages several
spot prizes were awarded.
Irene Robinson, who leaves oh
vacation Wednesday, had the
low gross score, an 82. Peggy
Montanye's net 74 got the low
net prize. - - s
Other low net scores were:
Peggy Porter 75
. Alyce French 76
Bobble Hughes 70 l ."
Beverly Dilfer 7SV i'
Pearl Trim 77 fc
KaUe Call 77 ; :
Kay Purdy 78 -. i t
Connie Bishop 78 .
Margaret Dafton 78
Eve Wright 79
Dorothy La Croix 79 v 1
B. J. Nelson 79 s
The first spot prize, for low
aggregate on S-Par holes, went
to Pearl Trim, who totaled 13,
Just one over par. The second
spot prize, for the high aggre
gate orr the same boles, went to
Polly zoa with 28. Harriet 8er-
eer had high score on No. 5 for
a key-chaia and Gladys Wiley;
had hlch score on anv hole.
The two new members Bever-!
hr Wrlodman anA Jam Alprander
m m I
were n resented with nackasea of;"" to third kocavso the
Lunch after the game honored
the winners of the Isthmian
A, i ..V- ..n
runner-op Ruby Kruger, First
flight winner Dorothy La-
Croix. runner-up and Medalist
KaUe CaU. Prizes of silver werew,., H mM hr thr.-in-
awaraea. m,m f- hor throw-
The next PWGA tcmrnament irm the ball. Ford fust does it fue fuels
ls fuels at Summit on July 20. kr. i ..
CUT AND SHOOT. Tex. (NEA)
Ever since he was knee high
to a puddle duck,' the folks here
at Cut and snoot. Tex. a rougn
and-you're-on-your-own town in the
middle of what is Known as uie
Big Thicket have been, saying
that I Roy Harris is Jest rougher'n
than a stucco bath tub."
Today, the boxing world and Wil
lie Pastrano, In particular, knows
it. Harris, a 3229 a month rural
school teacher, a $100 fighter, four
months ago. bashed Pastrano a
round before I wild-eyed crowd of
9,826 star-eyed spectators in Hous Houston.
ton. Houston. )V, t, ; t
TO ANY OF TH8 3,000 timber
characters who came to Houston
to see Harris win, it was only na natural.
tural. natural. Roy gave third-ranking Pas Pastrano
trano Pastrano just about the same treat treatment
ment treatment city slickers get at Cut and
Shoot, a place where they say if
you stand around lpng . enough
you II be cut and -if you try to run
you'll be shot. '--,. 'i
Koy Hams is 23 and weighs 190
pounds and he now has victories
over Bob Baker,' Charley Norkus,
Joe Rowan and Pastrano in an all all-winning
winning all-winning 21-bout career. He had a
lot of amateur fights. 3 1;
He has totally excited oil barons
in Houston, who now say they'll
put up any amount to get Floyd
Patterson down here lor a title
bout with the bick heavyweight, as
he is called.'
You won't find Cut and Shoot on
the map, but it's there, as tough a
community as Texas ever has
seen. Shoes aren't popular in Cut
and Shoot, but coonskin caps are.
It is nine miles east of Conroe, an
oil town 40 miles north of Houston.
HARRIS IS V GRADE SCHOOL
teacher in the area. He spent four
years at Sam Houston ; State in
Huntsville, ; but didn't acquire
much polish. Cut and Shoot isn't
conducive to culture, either, -v
They farm, fish, raise, a few, pi pi-ney
ney pi-ney woods rooter nogs and fight.
The timber around town Is so thick
Harris tells you, "Sometimes it's
noon before it gets to be daylight."
Harris, black haired, sleepy-
eyed, doesn't look as if he can
fight. But when they go 10 rounds
' 1 .1 A.I It-. 1 .A.
wiui mm, xaey usuauy leave lown
with bumps all over them.
In two years ; and eight months
he has stepped into 1 the heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight rankings in a big way. He
brought about what nas to stand
as the most colorful fight crowd of
modern times.' For the Pastrano
fight, Roy trained in a rodeo are arena
na arena at Conroe and the, fans who
trailed him to Houston normally
wouldn't go to town once a year, i
HARRIS WAS A 2-1 UNDER UNDERDOG,
DOG, UNDERDOG, but Conroe and Cut and
Shoot people spurned the odds.
"Don't want odds," .they snorted.,
"Just want more damn fools who
want to bet against Roy." why,
Roy '11 whin the whole United States
Marines." ;-'. v : :y
' Roy Is a conditipn fighter. He
may. not be the fanciest boxing
heawweieht to come down the
pike in some time,, but he is a guy
who will fight you all night and
every time he hits you he hurts,
He wrecked Pastrano. Against
Baker, he took a hard right, went
to the floor, then pulled, himself
up. Baker was startled that Har Harris
ris Harris was up. He soon forgot all a-
fcout that,, for Harris turned it in into
to into a war and the burly Pittsburgh
heavyweight had to light- lor his
BEFORE THE PASTRANO fight
Harris' manager, Benny King, and
Hoys father, Henry wno trains
him, msde their stand: known on
"Roy is his own, official," they
It was no gag.' Roy ducked a-
wsy from pastrsno's jaos ana
pounded rights to the body all
night, mixing tnem up wun wicx-
ed uppercuts. - r
Neither is the school leaching a
7j gag. Roy handles a typical rural
SCI1UU1 CUB! b lUl IUU WIVUk
which means teacher has' to de
fend himself at all times. And oh.
how those PTA meetings wind up
in -Cut and Shoot 1
. But Roy Harris takes care of
evervthine. " r'
. Around here they ssy bell take
care of Floyd Patterson, too.;
REANS 'RrON t
Written for NEA Service-
OUESTIrtN: With mn w fto
Um .nd fw- rt. ft Yt-ll in hit
between outfw'drs. T batter
mlH awwMf Hag mo rU"'
eor befo' the shortstoo eets
to Ttt t better. Does it count?
Answert It c tut tiv rtm-
nr bofor M p(s at
te-v is completMl.
O with! out runner on.
'lird bse tri de've rel
hm ntr thr nP
e oiteer. Tb tcpr fhiwwi
Ke ver "r
e ssfeM. o nht f ld- What
A. Th- katfor to -t toi
0 III! WT
ban. eh. TfcO
O. E'e ord of the YanVees
h n pick-off iwHoi t frt
Mj'h seems "iickr than
its mere anyxmn n- ooei wd'c
A. N. F"rd 1 otftor rttrV
rt most trocthf thwart ttw
1EADINO TO FREE FOR ALL Larry Doby,. left, of the White
Sox and Art Dltmar; right, Yankee pitcher, exchanged blows
at home' plate' te Chicago 'during Jthe Iflrst toning of their
game thortly before a free-for-all between both teams, Umpire
!Larry,Napp Is trying to separate them. Fight started when
. . Doby hit the dirt on Ditmar's- wild pitch. -k
Valdes; Robinson Hurl
2nd Straight Shutouts
NEW i YORK. -"June 17 (UP )
Rene (The Whip) Valdes of Mon
treal, : labeled a mS jor 1 e a g u e,
prospect with; minor league expe
rience, seems determined to eet
rid of that, tag even if he' has tol
hurl a shut-out every time out.
The gangling, right-hander -with
the. crackling; fast ball shipped to
Montreal by the Brooklyn Dodg
ers several weeks ago so that he
would "work and gain more ejtpe-1
nenqe huned nis secona,sonsecu-
tive shut-out Sunday to cap a 6-1,
3-0,. Royal doubleheader .swpep c-
ver tne muou jhuuhb. .. :
Valdes. a victim of. threeiheart-
breaklntL setbacks in bis initial
outines with, the Royals, now ap
pears to be taking no chances, in
his last, two starts,. the six-foot;
tnree-incn, lo-pounaer nas .auow .auow-ed
ed .auow-ed the opposition but seven hits.
Other doubleheader action saw;
Rochester's Red Wings sweep
league lea dine 'Richmond, b-5, i-t:
Buffalo behind Rip Coleman, down
Columbus. 5-2 only, to lose ,1 e
nightcap 0-4 as the Jets paraded
eight runs across the plate in a
wild third inning: Toronto's Hum
berto. Robinson cop his 10th victo
ry. 8-0 over.. Havana and the Su
gar Kings rebound in the night-,
cap to trounce the Leafs 10-2.
The standings and linescores;
- W L Fef. GB
37 22 .627 i
34 24 8S: 2Vi
30 27 .528
Si -Sl i ,500,
33 .468) 9
34 .424 12
35 ,3STt 13V4
i YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 1
Columbus , 100 001 0002 8
Buffalo V 409 109 OOx 5 9 1
OS THE SIDELINE Golfer Ben Hogan Is shown at the In Inverness
verness Inverness Country club m Toledo, Ohio, after he was forced to.
leave the U.S. Open because of a back injury. Here, Hcgan
has just been told by officials that he was out and h U
- walking to the press tent. ,
''A . i
Douglas, Burtschy (1) and Peter
son; coieman. Naev (&) and No.
008 ooi n a 19 n
Jjunaio : 000 300 14 7 1
Brown. Kildoo m and vnxii,.
Cox, Kume (3K Kretlow (5),,Her-
Mtik if ana ASiroin,
,1- (Hrst, Garnet.
Miami 000 000 100-1 r 8 1
Montreal 100 040 10x1 a i
, Snyder, Semproch (5), Quslters
wy anu Aucna: Harris1 and Ron.
niOg.,, : h I'v t ..!.';
(Second Game) 5 r'
. ........ ,.
Miami; 000 000 0 L.$ c
Montreal. m-. 200 100 03 5 i
juever. unpfri ti m -.. i
wusa, vvaiaes ana Plgnatano.
t- (First Gam!
Havana -r 000 ooo ooo n k
Toronto. v 400 io2 iox s 12
Amor. Heard m. pfia (t
oreira, Aooinson ana Koselli.
Havana ? ,K 15 021 1 10 13 1
toronto . 200 000 02 .4.3
Cueche and Garcia: Blake. Tl.
ienauer cnmian (5) and St.
Claire. yl:- -. v
Richmond1 r 800 002 000 j 1
Rochester 01 011 003 10 1
Coates, James (9) and Watlina-
ton Rr Ricketts, Mackinson (1),
Lovenguth (7) and D. Ricketts.
''V 0, (Second Game) ; :Z r 1
Richmond r 000 200 02- 8 1
000 201 x 3 7 1
Post and Chitl.
Deal, and ShanU.
v- M A
RHUBARB GROWS IK BROOKLYN v Peacemaker Gil Hodges (14), first sackei of the Brook
lyn Dodgers, has stepped in to separate battling players, Dodger Don Drysdale and Braves
Ed Mathews, as they writheT in the dust at Ebbets Field during their" game. Brawl started
after Drvsdale. hurllnc for Brooklyn, hit 3. Logan In, the back
changed, then punches, and Ed
the ground. Umpire in on, the
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER;
MONDAY, JUNE 17, T J
THIS. SPACE- IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740'
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
chaltt, $80. 7th Stmt, San
Francisco. Phono 3-2057.
FOR RENT:--Modarn residence:
at Campo Alogro, Elvira Mendes
Street No. 1 Completely rnr rnr-niihed,
niihed, rnr-niihed, 3 bedroomi with bath bath-roomt,
roomt, bath-roomt, living-dining room, porch,
bar, kitchen, jnaid'a room, 2000
maters of land for garden. For
information Phone 3-4530.
FOR RENT: Comfortable small
furnished chalet $75. Good for
married couple. 48th Street No.
25-B, Bella Vist, Telephone 3 3-7251.
7251. 3-7251. Resorts-, v
PHILLIPS Oceaitside Cottage
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da R. -Phono Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-173.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach bouse. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phona Balboa 1 866.
FOR RENT: Roams, $20 and
$22.50. Threo-room apartments,
$30. Phone 3-0850 or 2-1508.
To Do Rewriting
BOGOTA,. Colombia, June 17
(UP) provisional President Ga Gabriel
briel Gabriel Paris has announced he hat
designated a 30-raan bipartisan
eomission to tackle the long de de-'
' de-' ferred task of rewriting the con constitution.
stitution. constitution. In a radio-television simulcast
to the nation, Paris said there
will be 15 Conservatives and 15
liberals on the commission, in in-eluding
eluding in-eluding several ex-presidents and
two members -of the present gov
ernment -Interior Minister Jose
M. Vilhrrreal and Mines-Minister
Julio uC, Turbav. .4,.
; Consdrudonal reform has been
pendim la th C0UBtry since, 1953,
when- President Laureaao Gomel
assigned a convention to tackle
the tash. The project was dropped
... uuv w vim J fcM. TVIIC I 1,
Gen. Gustavo Rojas Pinilla over overthrew
threw overthrew ..Gomez in a military coup
Rojas -was ousted In Ms- turn
last month. The Army announced
today- hi name has been drop dropped
ped dropped from its active list effective
May 19, the date when the milita military
ry military junta- beaded by Paris took- fl flyer
yer flyer the government.
Sails For Homeland
After 3 Red Years
HONG KONG, June-17 (UP (UP-Ameriean
Ameriean (UP-Ameriean turncoat Andrew Fortu Fortu-na
na Fortu-na of Jonia, Mich., sailed for the
United States today aboard the
liner President Wilson after spend
ing uree years in Communist Chi
In a brief statement handed
newsmen when he crossed the bor
der inte Hong Kong yesterday. For
tuna, 31, said he had "had a plea pleasant
sant pleasant and interesting stay" in Red
China and was "now going home
for personal and family reasons."
Later at the U.S. Embassy he
said he decided to return because
"it's been nine years since I've
t ii wuic. tv pent
He denied he was a Communist
but declined to say whether he
believes in Communism.
Fortiifta 'was one 'of 21 Ameri American
can American servicemen captured in the
Korean .War who declined to be
repatriated after the armUtice. We
is the eighth of the turncoats to
change his mind and leave Red
China. One of the 21 died in China.
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ATTENTION. O. I.I Just few
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedroomi, 1 hot, cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: A three-bedroom
apartment, with two baths, liv-
fag-dining room, kitchen, maid'
- toom with own bath, washtubs,
garage, and hot water facilities.
For further details call Panama
3-1292, CIA. DULfHDIO GON GONZALEZ
ZALEZ GONZALEZ N., S, A.
FOR JCiNT: Modern apart apartments,
ments, apartments, "Edificio Deveaux," B
Sfraet, El Cangrejo, next to Ho--tel
El Panama. See caretaker on
"' premises. Miguel Hive,: Phono
FOR RENT: -Spacious two-bod-room
unfurnished apartment in
fine residential dictrict, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office hours.
FOR RENT: Cool, furnished,
apartment on Via Porras No.
120, beside Roosevelt Theater,
overlooking SAS Commissary. For
information phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: furnished apart apart-.
. apart-. ment, one bedroom, living room,
dining toom, with fight, gas and
telephone. Sabanas No. 172,
.,'$70. Inquire 8th Street No.
5-30. Phono 2-2718.
FOR RENT: I -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining room $65.
Belisario Porras No. 96. Phona
FOR RENT: W 1 1 c o x Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments. Park's front New Cristo Cristobal,
bal, Cristobal, garago facilities. P.O. Box.
630,' Phono 877, Colon.
FOR ;jtENTr 2-bedroom apart-
ment, l a r g a, oomfortabla, Jill
modern conveniences. Half block
from Hotel El Panama.. Inquire:
Foto Halc6n, Phono 3-1179.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment to responsible person, one
bedroom, all conveniences. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-5356.
On Flag-Waving ;
Mission To Turkey
ANKARA. Turkey J June niuPl
Russia today ordered two
groups of.warships to sail through
the (Bosporus Straits late this week
in a move interpreted as a flag flag-waving
waving flag-waving mission sparked by the re recent
cent recent visit of British and Turkish
ships to Black Sea ports.
Russia formally notified the
Turkish foreign minister the ships
will pass through the straits June
20 and 21. The first group will be
maae up ot one cruiser and two
escort ships and the second of
Canada's Best Bet
Bachelor To Marry
WINNIPEG. June 17 (UP)
Canada's "most eligible bache bachelor"
lor" bachelor" will lose hia title soon.
James B. Coyne, Winnipeg 47-
year-old governor of the Bank
of Canada will marry a Winni
peg widow, Mrs. Merlbeth S to
ol e Riley, on June 26.
Coyne's signature it on every
Bank of Canada.
TIN CAN TOBOR-Paui K-1
laer, a schoolboy living in Beth- :
el. Pa, some five years agoi
' iaHtmI Tobcr. the robot of a
TV program, Giving In tff the j
1 boy s request, i"7"'
, beil lteyser, ana a
; Albert Schmucker, built c one
but three el the weird mechani mechanical
cal mechanical fellows, complete with
jreen eye. and red borne, The
Kvess used beer cans, fruit Juae
leans, tire chains and odds and
; ends put Tobor ttrther. Thu
' cot, owved by Schmucker,
aerves as aa.auUoot decoratioa
1 Mj tabu
LEAVE rOUB AD WITH ONE OP OUB
INTERNAL. OE PUBLICACIONKS No. 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACY 182 La Carrasquilla rARMACIA LOM LOM-BABDO
BABDO LOM-BABDO No. 2 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. A J St LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tlvoli No. 4 FABMACIA ESI ADOS UNIOOS 14 Central Ave
FABMACIA LUX 14 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Pe, de la Owa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Juite Arosemena Ave. and 13 St. FABMACIA
VAN-DKB-J1S 60 Street No. 63 FABMACIA EL BATUBBO Parque Lefevre 1 Street FABMACIA '8AS" Via Perras 111 NOVEDADES ATHIS Bcsidr
the Bella Vista Theatre. , j v -',..:.
FOR SALE: New 1957 Oldsmo Oldsmo-bilo
bilo Oldsmo-bilo Super Holiday, hydramatic,
power steering, power brakes, ra-
dio, whitawall tires, many other
Accessories. Call Dr. Ralph Ad Adams,
ams, Adams, Balboa 6432.
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick Super,
dynaflow, duty paid, radio, heat
-or; needs seals (in transmission.
Can bo repaired, reasonably.
Good shape $350. Call Curundu
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford V-8
Victoria, two-tone, radio, over overdrive,
drive, overdrive, good tires $750. Phono
FOR SALE: 1952 Oldsmobile
Super 88, good shape,- radio, -good
tires, $750 cash. 2006-A,
Curundu, 4 to 5:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1949 Chevy, A-1
condition, excellent robber,
$360. Call Balboa 1304. 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: In New York City.
1951 Cadillac convertible, yel yel-low,
low, yel-low, one owner, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, 37,000 miles, fivo white white-wall
wall white-wall tires, radio, heater, deluxe
v equipment. For information tele telephone
phone telephone Panama 3-1472 week
days between 9 and 5. ',
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
Plaxa 4-door, automatic trans transmission,
mission, transmission, 17,000 miles, excellent
condition throughout. House
0922 Amador Road, Balboa..
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S A.
Packers Shippers Meveit
Loam Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding fir Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phono 2-2451
or by appointment.
Gibraltar fdfe ia. Co.
for rates and intormatlon
XeL Panama 1-0553
VrfGERAXDO S. LIM"
East 34tb Street 6 'v
across; from Lux Theatre
Hours 9:00 a.m. to 12:00'
3:00 p.m. to 8:00 pin. V
Tel. Panama S-S272.
SUNDAY, JUNE; 23
Tel Pan. 2-1661
"Slim ITenr flenro down
MdLevr Machines, Massage
Steam Ba(b male and female
Medical belts, ertta braces.
SS Av. Juste Arosemena l-HIl
Dr. SCBQLL treimd Chiropodist
. . ask for Bill
. L. Maduro Jr.
El Banco Jfadoaal
To Shorten Show
nunc r. June 17 fUP)
Jinpr Judv Gariana was rorcea
to quit in the middle of her per
formance Un nigM ai a aiaie
musical here because oi a virus
Miss Garland had sung four
songs and had eight. more to sing
wben she told the 1,400 listenara
that she wa sorry, but sne couw
not go on. She explained that she
had been suffering from a virus
disease for several days.
Miss Garland bas been ematioo ematioo-ii
ii ematioo-ii uniH over the death last
Wednefcday oi ner cnoreograpner,
SS-year-oki Robert Alton.
Poles Will Return
Seized By Germans
WARSAW. Poland, June
(UP) The pousn. Ministry oi,
Culture ha decided to return to
the Catholic Church all liturgle
objects aerred by the German
during World War II. It waj an
ounce d yesterday. The treasures
have been held Cracow's state
art collection, since the war.
AGENTS OR OUST OFFICES AT
"TECHO" QUALITY Corrugated
Galvanized Sheets 36 BG 2'x6
Special Galvanixed Finish $1.25
per Sheet. PAN AMERICAN
CONTRACTORS, INC, P.O. Box
4489. Phone: Panama 3-5471 or
3-6707, or La Importadora Se Se-lecta.
lecta. Se-lecta. Phono 2-1483. t
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Tubing 58", Type K. Tin Lead
Solder 4060 and 5050 Alloy,
I lb. and 5 lb. Spools, I lb. Bars.
Lead Caulking Wool,' best for
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364" thick. Lead Ingots, sliest
3 lb., 25 lb., 50 lb., 100 lb.
- PAN AMERICAN CONTRAC CONTRACTORS,
TORS, CONTRACTORS, Inc., P.O. Box 4489,
Phone Panama 3-5471 or 3 3-6707.
6707. 3-6707. FOR SALE Boxer puppies, AKC ;
registered. Call Navy 3732 after
FOR SALE: B,aauty salon, beat
location in) Panama, good patron-
ago. Easily' managed. Write to
FOR SALE Lown mower, pow pow-r
r pow-r or Mfg. Lawnboy, $40. House
551, Ancon Blvd.
Boats & Motors
FOR" SALE: Late modal John Johnson
son Johnson 30-hp. outboard, excellent
condition. Tel. Balboa 2-3325.
WANTED: Small piano. Price
limit $165. 2-1353.
Hard Money Policy Declared
Drain i OrpTdxpaferiP&
WASHINGTON, Juno 17 (UP)
Senate Democratic leader Lyndon
B. Johnson said, Sunday that the
Eisenhower administration s hard
money' policy has imposed an in in-creasing
creasing in-creasing hardship oh businessriten.
farmers and all taxpayers. 4
He' served notice that Congress
"will have to devote considerable
attention" to the; rroblem,s The
hard money issue will be-aired
by the Senate Finance Committee
when it- launches its broad inves investigation
tigation investigation of economic and' fiscal
policies .tomorrow. '.v.
Committee chairman Hsrry w.
Byrd (D-Va.) said that the inquiry
"will -cover just about everything
in the way of monetary questions,
both private and public."-The com committee'
mittee' committee' first witness will be Trea
sury : Secretary George M. Hum
yrd, Interviewed over television
station WDSU-TV. New Orleans.
by Ren. Hale Boses (D-La,). also
reviewed his plan for a tax cut if
President Eisenhower's new bud
get could be cut back some nine
billion, dollars-or to the level of
Byrd's proposal calls for a $100
increase in the $600 exemption for
each taxpayer, further relief for
middle income bracket taxpayers,
and the "very high bracket peo people."
ple." people." and a two point reduction in
the corporate tax rate.
Dick Mayer Beats Middlecoff
By Seven Strokes to Win Open
By OSCAR r It ALE Y
TOLEDO. Ohio. June. 18 (UP)
Nerveless Dick Mayer, ending
three years of fairway frustration.
won the U.S. Open golf champion championship
ship championship yesterday when he fired a
two over par 35-3772 for-a sev
en-shot playoff triumph over de defending
fending defending champion Cary Middle
Chipping' and putting with dead
ly accuracy, the nandsome Diona
from St Petersburg, FLa., squared
accounts with the golfing gods for
a last bole fiasco which cost him
this same tournament in 1954 as
he tamed tough Inverness while
Middlecoff could do no better than
a 38-11 79
"I waited a long time for this
one," beamed the slender 32-year-old.
Ml wondered, ever since thai
day at BaltusroL whether I'd ever
make it. and seversl times today
:. T .k V.
But Haver never showed it as.
playing with an outwardly icy
calm in M degree beat, be made
ud i cades for that dismal day
three years ago when be took a
double bogey six to blow the big
one to lame-armed Ed FurgoL
. Breaks With Mayer
The breaks went against him
that day but they went hia way
,v,. j.. i .,,., in. .rut
ar the tired Middlecoff lost
putting touch which had ear
'nwj him te a tie at 282 and sent
.them into this playoff,
I Middlecoff helped him by blow
(ing putts of two feet and three
ixeet and cbeppirg aimscj out a
"H IWREET. PANAMAS I.1BREKIA
FOR SALE: Intricately carved
black Chinese ebony living room
suite and ether Chinese pieces.
Officer hours, 2-2542.' v v
FOR SALE: 7-piece solid ma-;
hogany upholstered living room
'set. Phono 3-7063.
FOR SALE: Dining table,., light
mahogany, made by Cowel, top
40 x 60 inches, extends to 84
inches with two 12-inch leaves.
Call Balboa 3284.
FOR SALE: Bendi automatic
washer (Econematic) very good
condition, $60. Phono 84-4147.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, 25 25-cyele,
cyele, 25-cyele, porcelain box, 8 cu.u ft,
$50. Phone Balboa 4127. v
FOR SALE: Complete mahog mahog-'
' mahog-' any 8-piece dining room suite
$175; 4-piece modora living
room set $98; Guatemalan living
room, sat $45; studio couches
$59; Hollywood' beds $22.50;
mattresses $15; bunk beds $39; ;
. garden umbrellas $15; metal
Vrch chairs $9.50; metal tables
. $9.50; m a h o f a n y bookcase
$35; linoleums $6.95, pillows
$1.9$. Cash or Credit. v House-
hold I: Exchange, National' Ave,
No. 41. Tel. 3-491 1, 3-7348.
FOR SALE: Leaving far States.
Bad double, box spring and mat mattress
tress mattress $100; sofa and chair $30;
rocker $10; kitchen table $5;
blinds 3 for $10 and 3 for $5;
potty chair $3; girl's : bicycls
$15. 2-2695. '!
i While Byrd "has licit- joined other
Democrats in a general assault
on thee hard money policy, he de
greed with Johnson that tber ris-1
ing ost or interest on the national
debt: ii' "very serious." Hg noted
that government interest, rates gen
erally determine other rater:
Johnson told reporters that
"constantly rising-; interest ? rates,
in trther-words a constant rise in
the cost' of money, has peculiar
"It lowers, the" value of the
dollar for those who spend and:
raise the value ef the'' dollar
for then who lend en a targe
scale," he said. "And It hit the
taxpayer with a' heavy penalty."
He said rising interest rafEs had
increased the annual cost of in
terest on the national debt by
,uu,uou,uuu aunng tne Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower administration. This Increas Increased,
ed, Increased, cost resulted from refinancing
76 billion dollars of the debt; he
said, and the increased cost would
be $4,500,000,000 if the entire -debt
were reiinanced on the same
terms.' . ; x,
, "This issue is forging '.to ; the
loretront," Johnson said. "More
and more will be heard about it
as time goes on and one- of our
major ta.sks is to find some me
thod of halting this steady drain
on the pockets end wallets of our
pair of double bogeys: But Mayer
helped himself, too, with aix, eight
ana iv-iooc puns wnicn gave him
a big: fat cushion and took off a
great deal of pressure over those
unai noies. t
Mayer, whose 17.200 first nrtze
for winning the Ooea raised his
yearly winnings to $13,025, thu
umsnea ue so notes on thu tough
course' a mere four shot ever
par. AndVin the end, it was ridic ridiculously
ulously ridiculously easy. v
At. the end of the first nine
holes it still was a race, for be
stood only three shots ahead of
the divort- digging dentist But
starting for home, Mayer was
playing with rocklike steadiness
and Middlecoff' began to come
apart at the seams.
; pisastrev Beeeys
Cary double-bogeyed the 10th to
go five shots behind end then,
after they matched four straight
pars. Middlecoff carved out an another
other another double bogey as Mayer gave
away one shot te the card.
Thai put Mayer six un with on
ly three boles to play and all
doubt were removed when Cary
took another bogey en the 17th to
trail by seven strokes.
Myer was cmuisi bar put as
be reached the final green eves
thougn lus second shot was en ue
ipron with two tricky putts for a
par. sut n ran them down wnn
ate end everybody started shak shak-jig
jig shak-jig hinds with the handsome
Vond who arrived three year
"But." he laagbed exultantly,
"better late Lbae never!
FRECIADOi Street No. 13 e A GENC1 A&
PANAMA 2-4616 IS THE
' NUMBcR TO CALL FOR FAST,
EFFICIENT TELEVISION SERV-
: ICE, Call before 7 p.m. for same
l.'day service. Local calls' $2.50. t
T: Also radio,- hi i. fi and general :. '..
electronic repairs. v 1
Lash Italian Town;
5 Killed, ?0 Injured
PAVIA. Italy June 17 (VP)
A mushroom-shaped tornado and
a deluge of half-pound hailstones
smashed into the Ligurian Alps
today, wrecking 'three villages
and leaving at least five, persons
dead and more than 80' injured.
- At least 23 persons have been
killed by a vicious mixture of
torrential rains, windstorms and
tornadoes x throughout Europe in
the last 24, nours.
The Ligurian tornado rinned
through .the villages of Cicognola,
Hobecco : and Bressana in the
Passo Scuro region 30 miles south
of Milan. jt. , t,.
Hours' aft the ; whirlwind
struck, fire brigades from .Milan
and .federal police squads from
throughout Pavese province
scrambled in the wreckage-: of
peasant homes for victims.
The riead fin Cicognola included
two women, a man, and two chil children.
dren. children. At. least 16 were injured at
Robecco, although its 800 inhabit
ants : had been warned i and had
Half an hour before the tornado
struck 200 villagers were jammed
into the Robecco village church
attending midday mass. The wind
wrecked the church, split the bell bell-tower
tower bell-tower -and hurled the bells ,400
yards 'across .the-fields. 'P' i
.' Two other oersons.- weYa. killed
in 'adjoining, Alpine regions, today
when they were swept away by
raging torrents.. Three persons
already bad died-by flood in four
days of : violent ,storms.'U ;i ij
? The hottest weather -of the ;year
baked, most of the rest of Europe
today,;. But in Turkey continuing
rams and Hoods left 12. persons
dead and hundreds of farm ; ani animals
mals animals .drowned, .f.-ri, "vS';;;
A blustering thunderstorm with
hail, and floods hit several small
towns in Switzerland last night,
killing at least one person and
heavily U damaging i. crops. ; Hail
drifts ? were ; reported three feet
deep, v 7iv ; ;'r r.
.'" ;m .
Enters; Lov Bid On j
llnIeriorPainI;ng ; 4
"Thf Tfnniral Paint Tn. ntryt
a low lump sum bid of $26,316 Fri
day, morning on the regular maint maintenance
enance maintenance ; interior, painting of U. S.
rate employes' quarters to be per performed
formed performed during the period extend-
ing from July 1 to December 31
of this year. . v
' Bids ranging from $37,382 to
$52,167 were also .entered by W.
T. Coffey, Antonio Leggiere, Ser-
vicio Brouwer and uuardia and
company. , n j
' The Trortiral Paint Co. was low
on all three schedules, with a bid!
of $10,309.82 for maintenance paint
ing of quarters in Cristobal, Mar Margarita.,
garita., Margarita., and Gatun: $7,008.83 for
quarters in Gamboa, Corozai, Los
Ml M Kl.ll. lt.!.Ll. A a
Kiss,- ana inaoio neignis anu ,-381.25
381.25 ,-381.25 for quarters located in Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, Balboa- Heights, and Ancon.
The painting will be done dur during
ing during the six months period as re re-ouired
ouired re-ouired and will include walls and
trim, ceilings, wooden floors, hall hallways;
ways; hallways; and stairways. Previously
this -work wss done by short form
contracts sc the maintenance paint
ing was required. -r f
Tt is xDeeted that other bids
will be- solicited later this year for
this type of painting work for the
period extending trom January l,
tsa, to June 30, ism. v
, , v ;
Fastest r.lile.' :;
GLASGOW, Scotland, June 17
(UPV Derek Ibbotwe-ef Es(-
tand raa the saile- Saturday in
three minutes and 58 4 seconds,
the second fattest ever, ia the
Glasgow Police sports meet.
It was the second time Ibbotson
has broken four minutes. On lat
Aug. be did 3 59 4 ia a race at
London. The world record is 3:58.0
by John Landy of Australia, set
at Turku. Finland." June 21, 1954.
Thi wis the ma rime the four four-minute
minute four-minute barrier was bettered, the
previous most recent being the
June 1 by Doe owde of the U-
! r mV . tm jnl A.
meriean wbe ha achieved t h,e U
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
OX 1211, CRISTOBAL, CX
Or. Wendehake Medical Clinic'
Day-night sti v i c o. Opposite
Chese Bank, Tel. 2-3479.
Jet Musical Combo To Play
Ai Clayton NCO Dance-Show
The JeL musical combo -whirh
made, it television debut recent recently
ly recently on CFN-TVs "Panorama,": will
replace the- Georee Miller comhn
for the Fort Clayton. NCO- Club's
summer session' dance Saturday
night, it was announced today, j .-.
, Millet- bowed out of the Clayton
date f over the wekend, stating
that he -had a previous enease-
ment which he had' forgotten.
A group of young musicnas, who
have been playing as a group for
over- a year, the Jets came into
.rominence when ?the rock V roll
craze started c sweeping Panama.
While playing -a series of engage engagements
ments engagements at Maxim's cocktail lnuncft
the Jets came' to the- attention of
By STEVE SNIDER t
NEW YORK. June 17 UP1
Thev pitcher call it a "duster"
Out -the. hitters' call it "murder."
The duster, also known by other
gentle terms : such "-ts tush-
DacK." Is the viUain in the worst
playing-field crisis baseball has
Known iin yearn
It's, the nitch that's nroducintr
the current rash of base-brawls in
both -major-leagues and officials
seemingly are powerless to stop it
even ,u tney wanted to.
Any pitcher, no matter- how
goocj is Ms. normal control,: always
can, i,sayv mat ene got away
from me"i! after be flresafast-
ball that dumps; a bitter on the
seat of c bis f pants. Intentional
. a: mtter-.c an t be
l',?V "-vi -v..
Yet today- every Ditcher worth
his keep in the big leagues throws
tne -duster either on his own or
by order of hie manaeer. It's a
time-honored inside pitch thrown
close to or at hitter to. keep
him loose,, to, prevent his digging
in to -lay. (his full, power on the
next : pitch in the strike zone.' : T
it r 'almost automatic after the
Previous .hitter or two ; belt a
omer. It's more or less automat automatic
ic automatic to fire 'one -or more at recog-'
nixed home run bitters; It's strict
ly automatic to shake up certain
hitters known ; to s be upset by
those tactics. i .;
The pitcher plead they have to!
use it in self-defense against -the
SERXXX VISITOR Former snorle star Grace Kelly, who's,
bow Princess Grace -ef Menace, Is shown fastening her "Ma
West" prey ratery te take-ef by kelieopter front the carrier
C'rerresUl, which she visited. The ship wa In pert hi
Menace.' '':-' ;
. FOR. SALEpA 3 -bedroom, ocean
; view house, exclusive neighbor
; hood. 2-2542. office hours.
FOR SALE: 3 -acre farm with
- 500 Hybrid chickens. Furnished
modern house and out buildings,'
maintenance equipment Includ Included.
ed. Included. .Location Arraijan,,.one mile
from Canal Zone boundary. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone Panama 2-4920, 4 p.m,
to 7 p.m.
several Spanish-language column-1
ists who- regarded them as the
most outstanding .interpreters of I
the new dance craze. The Jets, I
however, are equally adept at all I
Kinds of rhythms, t
. In additioa to the dance, which
will be held from 8-p.m, to 12:30 1
a.m., the Jets will also play for I
the show arranged by disc jockey-1
Mvamu nave iunsiaDie.
, .' a. v
kThe show,' headlined.' by "calyp "calypso
so "calypso prince" Lord Delicious and the
exotic Vicki dance troupe, will
feature some; acts which will be
appearing i at the ; Clavtnn n r. n
Club and the -Canal Zone for the
It s 'Murder'
lively ball" that jmakes- a slugger
out of a singles, hitter..
' But the hitters are pleading for
their- Jives. .w., (.
-"Perhapsrat no point in baseball
history have the hitters been more'
conscipus; of protecting theip-j
selves ; against 'intentional rliist'
and accidental- bean-balls.
aeverai i tpiayers stiu -. active
have been- hospitalized after a
beaning. -Nearly-all- of them wear
protective j helmets to reduce the
shock er -iniUry in case thev in
hit-' and those helmets' are a con-i
stant e reminder every time ; thev
step 'to' '.the plate.;., i.'7
iftere are 6ome who say the
current Outbreaks are inspired by
a '.'hate t)" Dodgers" and "hate
the Yankees" campaign but that'
is healthy .box-office stuff. The
other clubs ought to hate the al
most perennial champs for exert
ing an undue monopoly on the
'pennahtfc,V,"P; I .".,.:'' )
But in .each case so far. this
year the. 'real, villain is the duster
ana 'tne men wno-run baseball
will- have to. nrobe deeply to find
a cure before -one of these field
brawls' eruDts into a riot involvinc
the fans as well as players.1, j
With- all, -the v black eyes the
sport has received this,' year from
ball-player pop-off s, night club
fights, Washington inquiries and
loose, talk, of franchise shifts, the
executives at the top misht take
a long look at a thing the pitch pitch-ex
ex pitch-ex H m ''duster'' and the hitter
call i "murder." ?,
OF ST. LC.
.'DAT. JUNE 17, 1957
BX GEORGE W UNDER
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A TRICK VTH AN ACTOR'S
VOTE TO BREAK DOWN
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'.CAIRO, June 17 (UP)-The
- Independent newspaper Al Ah'
ram today reported that young
Xing Hussein or Jordan aivorcea
Queen Dina lasi weeic.
. The Egyptian newspaper quot quoted
ed quoted a dispatch from a Baghdad
newspaper which cited "author-
'. ltative sources'' there as the
basis of the story.
The story said that Hussein
told Dina, who was then in Cai
ro, or ills decision w aissotve
"On learning of the king's
decision, Dina flew to Bagh Baghdad
dad Baghdad last Saturday to settle her
'Jamily affairs, Including the
-future of her daughter, Prin Princess
cess Princess Alia," Al Abram said.
" .-. Dina came to Cairo last Sep September
tember September to live with her parents
nd never returned to Amman
although- Hussein visited her
during the two Arab, summit
conferences here in January and
There was no immediate con confirmation
firmation confirmation here of Al Ahram's
royal divorce story.
TVA Pilot Suffers
Fafal Heart Attack
. OR AND ISLAND. Neb.. June 17
(UP) A pilot of a Trans World
Airlines super constellation suf
fered a fatal heart attack while
ODeratine the huee aircraft with
29 passengers,' aboard Saturday
His co pilot took over control
of the p'ane from the dying oilot
, and made an, emergency landing.
"The plane was en, route from
Chicago to Denver, Colo.; when
Captain Horton Hale. 53. of New
Hyde Park, N.Y., was stricken.
'Both men were in the pilot's cab cab-fa
fa cab-fa at dual controls.
.The co pilot, Capt. L.A. Giard,
made a safe landing after Hsle's
attack. Another TWA pilot, Capt.
Tom Evans, who was riding as a
passenger on the flight, went to
the cockpit to help remove Hale
from his seat. v-
i Hale ts i survived by his.: widow
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PANAMA. P., MONDAY, JUNK 17, 1957
Ike s Civil Rights Measu
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( AVeather Or Not I
This wthr ..report for the
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TUESDAY, JUNE 18
7:44 a.m. 1:27 a.m.
7:54 p.m. 1:55 p.m.
WASHINGTON, Juna 17 (UP)
Supporters of President Eisen
hower's civil rights bill predict predicted
ed predicted today that -the House will
pass the measure late today aft
er rejecting a last-ditch South Southern
ern Southern effort to water it down.
Southern foes of the bill con conceded
ceded conceded privately they lacked the
votes to defeat It. But they were
hopeful of forcing a roll call vote
on the once-beaten jury trial a
Rep. Edwin E. Willis (D-La.)
predicted that If the parllamen
tary situation permitted a roll
call, the House would reverse its
199 to 187 teller vote against tne
amendment last week
But Republican leader Joseph
W. Martin jr. (Mass.) said the
amendment would be defeated
by .a bigger margin than before
if it came to a vote again. He
said, the civil rights fight was as
good as won.
',-A final vote on the bill was
set for no later than 6 p.m.. In
the Senate, civil rights advo-
, eates already were geared for
a move to bring the measure
directly to the floor,, thus by bypassing
passing bypassing the judiciary commit committee,
tee, committee, where similar legislation
has been bottled .op in the
past .. i
But even if the bill reaches the
Senate floor, Southern foes plan
to- trv to talk It to death. Such
filibuster tactics have succeeded
in blocking civil rights legist
tion in tne nast.
In addition to possible revival
of the jury trial issue, Southern
House members were prepared
to offer 8 or .10 other amend
One would require the attor
ney general to obtain the writ written
ten written consent of any person on
whose behalf he filed a civil
rights Injunction.' Another would
forbid, any federal court action
until all state court remedies
Authority for the government
to obtain Injunctions to pre prevent
vent prevent threatened civil rights
violations is the most contro controversial,
versial, controversial, feature of the bill. It
also would establish a civil
righU commission, create a
civil rights division In the Jus Justice
tice Justice Department and strength strengthen
en strengthen certain votlnf rights.
The Southerners contend that
contempt of court action grow growing
ing growing out of such injunctions would
deprive the accused of their
right to a jury trial. Supporters
of the bill argue that it would
be difficult to obtain jury con convictions
victions convictions in the South against
white men accused of abuses a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Negroes.
The Southerners were faced
with a complicated parllamen-,
tary situation in their effort to
win a roll call vote on the jury
trial amendment. :
Such a vote could' come on a
motion to recommit the' bill to
the judiciary committee with in
structions to aacu tne jury a
mendment. But under House
rules, the minority, or Republl
can, members of tne committee
get first crack at offering re-
Most of the top ranking GOP
members are supporters of the
bill. One of them could foil the
Southern strategy by offering
a straight recommital motion,
leaving out the Jury amend amendment
ment amendment Instructions. Such a mo motion
tion motion would face certain defeat
since it would have the effect
of killing the entire biH.
There was some doubt,- how
ever, that the ranking Republi Republicans
cans Republicans would offer such a motion
because it would require the one
who did so to vote against the
bill. Thus they might pass the
opportunity and the Southerners i
mlKbt persuade someone tartner
down the list to introduce me
motion thev seek.
This parliamentary Jockeying
will take place just before the
final vote on tne dui.
Full Of Fuel, Burns
On Mississippi R-
NEW ORLEANS,1 June 17 (UP)
-A 3,000-ton banana boat,' carry
ing fuel ou instead oi oanauas,
was towed three miles from the
hustling Port of flew urieans to
day after it burned for Hours ana
threatened to explode.
The U.S. St. Mary ws pushed
aground on a Mississippi River
. : r
Th vexsel. owned by the Stand'
ard Fruit and Steamship Co.,
pautrht fire last nicht at a dock
here. It carried 1,400 gallons of
fuel oil.; ,
Fire fiehters poured thousands
of gallons of water on the burning
ship, causing it to list at a 45-de-gree
Firemen ordered the ship tow towed
ed towed to a less dangerous position
after fighting a losing battle for
two hours against the flames, ine
noiibilitv of an explosion threat
ened warhouses filled with cotton
and th ship was towed down tne
river uiree mues wnere w
bV-- sWn.. HaaOCsm
v IlST,,?r3i,JE.t-J?teplien r left,'- exeoutlve er.
ficerUSARCARIB Finance Office; proudly exhibits the 126 126-pound
pound 126-pound sal fish h. landed fishing eight miles southeast of
Taboga Islndi last Friday morning. Capt Donelan fishing
from the Q.56 landed the seven-foot four-inch fish In twenty
minutes. On the right extending the fish's sail is Edward F
Blackall, 1st officer of the Q-5. vHatSu!)
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vi r iV
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Mobf Beal Women
01 U. S.
L- A S T
Chows: 3:N, 4:S. 1:52.
8:50 p.m. 0.75
Shows: 12:55, 3:28, :I2,
- M 8:43 p.m.
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THIS 15 A NEW MO- s
mciottr mi e tn
I 1 I
Set To Fly
Of First Blow
NEW DELHI, June 17 (UP)
A crowd of 150 Indian viUagers
mobbed and best two American
women employes of the Technical
Cooperation Administration and
their Indian Chauffeur yesterday
in the belief they were trying to
VMn.n villa?-, children.
All three were taken to a hos-. enable the scientists to read
pital after the village headman wind direction, speed and baro baro-intervened
intervened baro-intervened and- rescued lhem. One metric pressure. The planes then
suffered broken ribs. I fly through the "eye? of the
The women were menunea as hurricane several times And the
TALLAHASSEE. June 17 (UP)
When "Audrey," the first hur hurricane
ricane hurricane of the season,, blows in
from the ocean. Dr. Noel E. Le
Few will be riding an Air Force
plane .right into the heart of it.
Dr. Le Feur, who spends winters-
at Florida State University
as an associate professor of me
teorology, takes his summer va
cations flying through the vast
hurricanes that dot the Atlantic
and Gulf of Mexico.
In an effort to get"a better
and more accurate prediction of
storm formation and move'
ments" the FSU department of
meteorology cooperates with the
National Hurricane Research
Project by sending Dr. Le Feur
and nine students : to project
headquarters at West .Palm
Beach to study the storms. :
Le Feur,' who Is spending 'his
third season flying in the re
search project, said 'special
equipment was placed aboard
Air Force Hurricane planes to
Hiu Alice McKimmey. 41, Ham
mond, Ind., and Miss Dorothy Bar-
lee, 4e, whose nomeiown was not
Authorities said the three tost
their way driving from Junagadh
to Ahmedabaa in western inaia
data is recorded on .little punch
cards much ike those used in
accounting offices. '.
After the plane lands a com complicated
plicated complicated man is drawn of : the
'storm, which sometimes covers
more than a thousand, miles, and
then tht wethe exnert o to
work "analyzing the 810.".
The 1956 'season wj a noor
nn. fn mm -mmi(i T .
. .:. .v. :n " r-"',
oemooa unui u.c "" ta!d. He rrnlx'ned thw were
munrened arrf ewlained. The t -ton, f th
U-VJ g 8 or storm ,nf few mlnnr o:
ll!X. fLCt. iK;TUil"NeTer-the-le.V h sd "we;
I ration mission said an officHyewM) to get rnuch lmoorfnt.
I They stopped at a wayside village
jand asked directions of a group
The villagers mistook tneir ra
tions and mobbed them. None of
the three could make himself ur
movement is generally ."'clock ."'clockwise,''
wise,'' ."'clockwise,'' he said which causes most
m ine siorms to ; move "'In, a
nurui-wesieriy direction; a,.
il that some people hope
that present-day research will
evenwiaiiy enable man to control
the storms, but that was only
What about the danger of fly flying
ing flying through the storms? "Well,"
Le Feur commented, "only one
plane has been lost In 14 seasons
of hurricane research That was
In 1955 when a Navy pilot flew
"to a iwrm ana no trace was
ever found of him of the plane."
I ARIS, June 17 .(UP) Paris Parisian
ian Parisian motorists soon will become
human parking meters. ; r
Roger Genebrler, prefect et
pouce, .announced that starting
next October drivers wishing to
park In the central area of the
city will have to paste a sticker
Continuation Of Price ClimL
" WASHINGTON, June 17 (UP)
U.S. s ; chamber of Commerce
officials predicted today 'j that
prices will continue to climb the
rest of the year, although per
haps at a slower rate.
The economic outlook was ap
praised at a news conference by
six chamber board members and
the chamber's chief economist
All forecast higher prices,
Dr. Emerson p. Schmidt, cham
ber economist, said he thought
wager and price rises would be
somewhat slower : than in the
last hall of last year and that
the upward pressure on the cost
of living might weaken.
William A. McDonnell, St.
touls banker and chairman of
the chamber's finance com
mlttee, said both business and
government should take a sec second
ond second look at their spending
plans. He said the "skyrocket "skyrocketing
ing "skyrocketing demand for credit to fi finance
nance finance plant expansion and
modernization had caused the
tight money aituation. ;
W. B. Camp, Bakersfleld. cal..
farmer and chairman of the
chamber's agriculture commit
tee, expressed hopes that farm
prices would rise along with oth
The chamber officials agreed
mat general economic activity
would continUe at the present
Smoking BeJps Keep Down
Weight; Study ReVeals,
New Tork (UP)- Whatever
dread damage cigarette smoking
does to lungs and hearts, it plays
some role in keeping; down tne
weight of aging men, according
tu a scientutic stuly into the
why" of a well known pheno
menonmany men who i give up
smoking immediately start to
lira.' Ancei Keys and Josef. Bro-
tek of the University of Minneso
ta couldn t explain what this role
could be. unless as some scienti-
iic evidence as indicated smoking
slows aown the "hunger contrac
uons ot tne' stomach a n d so
tends to deoress the felt need
for food." --
Because steady welahl a mint
with the stepping of smokina
has been observed by se many
men, the scientists -set out ta
find eut if the two were actual
ly connected er if the mim man
had been deceived by a lot ef
identical coincidences. .- .. s
iney Had material for (he irnriv
asily at hand, in a lone term
iuuy or ine raging" or 300 "nor
mal ousidess : and orofesional
men wnicn tne univenit h
neen- conaucung jince 1947,
v inis "agini" studv involved
regular yearly physical examina
uuu ana : nil accumuiatad a
mass of diverse, detailed records,
Keys and Brozek took the weight
records of the men .who had giv given
en given up smoking on their own with without
out without a doctor having ordered them
to, for health reasons for two
years before they gave it up, and
for two years afterward.
, Then they took the weight rec records
ords records of the same number of men
who hadn't given up smoking
men who were "matched ; pre precisely
cisely precisely as to age, occupation, dur duration
ation duration of smoking and other de details.
tails. details. These men were the "con
trols" and the histories of th
weight gabs and losses and
weight maintenance of the "sub-
As Embassy Closes
AMMAN Jordan. June IT UP
Jordan closed down its embas
sy at Cairo today in a further
worsening of its relations with E E-gypt.
Foreign" Minister Samlr Sifai an
nounced the decision after a four four-hour
hour four-hour cabinet meeting presided ov
er ny rung Hussein. : i a.
Rifai emphasized that the shut shutdown
down shutdown does not mean a formal
break in diplomatic relations. A
staff of Jordanian diplomats will
remain in we z-gyputn capuai
"to facihtate consular procedures,"
tiuai saia. -
. :.; t. -:'.'
He said the action was an
MInistrathre diplomatic step" tak taken
en taken to aretevt afainst EgysV s ex ex-pulsion
pulsion ex-pulsion ef the Jordanian ambas ambassador
sador ambassador te Cairo last weak.
The ambassador.' Abdul Mon-
eim Rifai, Is foreign minister Rl Rl-fai's
fai's Rl-fai's brother. : -.
jects were compare d
"Year S" was the vear in which
the subjects stopped smoking, and
"years 1 and 2" were the two
years immediately before, and
"years 4 and B.". the vir Jmm..
diately a f t e r w a r d s.-. Through
"years 1 and 2" them wat n Vtif.
ference, statistically between the
"subjects" and the 'controls.''
But t through i"vears : 4 and s
there was a decidedly'- sibnificant
difefrence, again statistically. The
net over-all diference. In f act.
there was a decidedly significant
empnasizeo mat au the men were
"essentially normal" under close
periodic medical supervision and
so under pressure to keep their
weights within normal limits,
"The question of permanence of
the gain beyond, two years re
mains open" the scientists said
in their report to the American
Asociation for the Advancement
rate for the rest of the year ai'
would equal or slightly exce1
record levels of 1956.
Schmidt said "the prospects
1957 being our 'best' year in hff
tdry lpk foavorable.' But he ad
ed that perhaps half the don,
gains In; production and eari
ings "are merely price Increase'
He also said ?'the boom is ge
ting old and the question I
whether It is getting tired."
said there was '"no unusua
large source of strength n'
buoying up the economy, as wl
true in 1955 and 1956."
' t Soft spots that started la
year are continuing and se
eral neww ones have showr
up, he said,- but the "over-a
health of the economy seen
The chamber' offfcln- mo
these other points:
Manufacturing production hf
leveled off. The outlook for a'
tomoblle Droductinn is mnrtt
since auto buying has failed
live up to expectation: for V
second straight year, a lot'd
pends on the public reaction 1
new models in the fall rbbi
experience an increase in t
mane? and production in the lii
half of the year. 4 kl
, Retail sales will rise
next ? six v months, mainly )
clothing,: food and other non-d
rable goods. For, the year as
whole, sales will be three to f n
per cent higher m rjollar vai
than last year but aDnrovimat
ly the same In physical volunv
Construction will total thi
per cetn more than 1956 in d
lar volume and may show J
Increase in Physical volume r
cause ox plentiful suddUm
;( Lmaterlals, cbntractors. may be
urn- wj Droauce mors : pennnn'
construction than at 'any ti:
since ; woria. $ War II. j schd
ouiitung snouid show. "treme
uuuo -upsurge." mousing co
spurt u congress Increased i:
terest rates on Veterans Adml;
istratlon morteaees. Hiehwa
building depends in part i
whether states overcome desif
1. N I
FOR GRACE LINE
(PA-O Edward. B. Ory has
been elected comptroller : of
Grace Line as announced today
by Lewis A. Lapham, President
of the company. He will assume
his new responsibilities at once,
succeeding Oerald G. Blanchard
who moves on to the Treas Treasurer's
urer's Treasurer's Office of W. R. Grace 4t
Co, the parent organization.
Mr. Ory became associated
with W. R. Grace & Co. In 1953
as Assistant to the Treasurer
and Joined Grace Line In 1954.
For two years ho served as As Assistant
sistant Assistant to the Treasurer and
in 1950 became Assistant Jto the
President. Since Joining the
Grace Line, he has traveled ex extensively
tensively extensively In South and Central
America oh a variety of com company
pany company matters.
He was born at Lake Charles,
Louisiana. atte ndtd Tulane
University and the, university
of North Carolina. During
World War TI he served In tne
western Hussein and install a
vtx IT n unl ita m it a ait kaa aat-
a 1 ... . v-uaj vvaaasi auvuuiUTUH Si a
u inw wmasnieias wiling uie 8uited m the virtual isolation of
pouce wnat me xney panpea Egypt and iU partner. Syria, in
their cars. Genebrler said his v mi font r.a mal AhdrJ Naer'i
men will be tough on cheatera-campaign for a united "positive
The limit will be on hour. neutrality" Arab bloc. ....
He was ousted from Cairo last
1 J t:
imFiiJFTW"T-to ubmarlne service-In
i".5A "'SSSP'tf Ff!5th AtlanUc. At war's end he
the consul' general in Jeninmi,":
on ground, they plotted to as...- ant Marine Academy at Ktogs
smate members ef the. Jordanian "J m;Jfl V. lYiZA
royal lamUy. Egypt charged that 1950; following thif he attend attend-Jordaa
Jordaa attend-Jordaa "framed" them. 1 d the graduate School of
f "x .vv. Business of New York Unlver-
The tjuarral, stemming from'ltt. ,'
leftist efforts to orerthrow pro-! Upon finishing hhf education
ne sauea aa caaet on snips 01
several companies and in 1951
Joined the Robin Line as As
sistant to the General Man
ager, a position which he held
until he Joined Grace's Line's
Finding Of Frogman's: Body Leayes
Movie Producer lWiihout'Ari Ending
HOLLYWOOD. June IT (UP)
Discovery of a corpse believed to
be that of British frogman Lionel
Crabb aas aid repercussions 'a
Hollywood where the script of a
movie based on Crabb's life is
investigate the incident
lit weouJ nf mused om 8 bein rt writtn cn MW
million dollars In property damage.-
, ,r ,-1 ,
Producer James Woolf ana ac actor
tor actor Laurence Harver are truck
. 1 1.. tm. a. wiui m kwi wiia 00 CDQU1I. uniu
r, r l w r tha mvatr t th. rm.B-. Aim.
ow he sw. "to ten tn win a; ..i.' t .t ... ".
force snd direction yw hM to """"
fly down close to the water. ..-n.. tt
Now. with the ew automatic UJm. fiLJl 1
electronic navicatkm rear, yon the Ust hant n.rr mmi
y o r ? r t?
To Exchanae Views
J With Eisenhower
r HONnt-TUI. June IT rtTPT.
L J pan's aew Premier Nobusuke & can fly olh and tt will record
rl er en maners common interest The storms move with tfie ren- s"l was never seen alive liog the Rumaa vesael for hu own ekSwrt (M to iiiaeited as we
I aland concern. leraJ At'antle air mnvmmtnt Thla It araa KunmeiA ik.t r..vk
He went on to relate the tettinf
of the most curious international
with foul play while n 11 cap ion
age mission. ......
The Rossian cruiser Ordthonik
idz, which had just delivered So Soviet
viet Soviet bo.ei Krushchev and Bulga-
ning u England, was sitting in the
harbor. Thus, specusltloo abound
that the Russians found him and
crabbed his -ad, m to tpetk.
"It's not generally known,' nys
set or Hsrvev. who will portray
Crabb ia "The Silent Enemy,"
"but Ehruihchev told one of ova ova-admirals
admirals ova-admirals that a frormaa had bees
found lurking around the ship.
No or really knowi what Hap
pened, ef course," Harvey added.
Some atofies sty Crabb was
hired by U. S. inteuifente for the
thi laniW aere for a tnvf ttmv. tt data for TOnJ
er looar ea tthhc 10 wasningtoa- mui tmvmiaut w w,rflyiery aiace world war IX. Job. People who knew Crtob say
for "a frank and friendly exchange gathering data on the giant Crabb phmged into the wsters of be was iwk aa adventurou soul
of view with Pres'dent ?.tm. -trm 1 to trace, their courses. Portsmouth harbor in AoriL 195. that ha anirht kava hrm examtB-
' "Whatever his reasons, we can't
include them in the, movie until
more ia learned about the body
that was found last week.
"No other body has turned up
that could posisbly be that of
Crabb. The fart that the corpse
was beadles and armless adds
- "The Silent Enemy,- already is
filming oa Ma ha under the ban
ner ef Eomuhia Films. Woolf and
Harvey leave next week to i 0 i a
the camera crew of the English
Tte Admiralty has never taken
as oftcial stand on the esse."
says Harvey, "but it is co-operating
with us oa the picture.
"Meanwhile, we're leaving the
ending of the script open. If any
Using sin-Vent barr-rni the in
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