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FAN ASIA, R. P., THURSDAY,JUNE 19, 1338
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For Students Still Ir. CZ Jail
President Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. was quoted yesterday as-saying that he
would personally, intercede "on behalf of any Panamanian students now serving time
in Balboa jail. '
": -This was revealed by the Panama Students Federation (FEP) (in a communique
reporting on a 'three-hour interview between a student delegation and Mr. de la Cuar Cuar-'
' Cuar-' dia -Tuesday afternoon. .L -.J ,' '" r
: Four students and two non-student youths are still serving out jail sentences
. Imposed in Balboa Magistrate's. Court When, several students were charged, with
: trespassing at the Curundu military reservation,' and. some. with carrying weapons.
Effort by a group of Panama teachers resulted in the pardoning by Gov. W. E.
; i nf thW students iailed.- but :the pardon did not include others who
" were In a group which "res armed with Molotov (
weapons.. : -v
" '"All four students are servine. flie manifesto called on Pan
aii 'spritf-npei, oolatnlans to loin with the sw
three of them- have also been i dents "In this final struggle a a-;
; a-; L' ; nrhih t.hev :ari elth-1 ealnst the nefarious powers of
Molotov cocktails, knives 'and other
8r nav or serve out at me
f si a day.
A new attempt by Panama
teachers to free the four was
reportedly courteously turned
wn tiMtav hv.; the Canal's
acting Executive Secretary
i" Forrest G. Dunsmoor, )' :
' .The FEP communique was fol followed
lowed followed .last night with- a mani manifesto
festo manifesto which, was read over a
radio 'network by .the federa federation's1
tion's1 federation's1 secretary general Andres
i!:ciill4 !nyil3$ :
Greece chJ Turkey
' 'W-nNTiftT.v Jun 19 (UPD Bri
m offered -Cyprus limited Intern
al self-government tor seven year
iAv nrf inviird Grsfce and Tur
key to participate in running the
isMnu. t -''
The (i"!r'i8 announced oy.
Trime 'cr Tirolrt Ms-millan
.. (' r1" t of Co
i !i iic
In , nnde feven-.t 11th hocr
effuiW to win the support f
Grpcce' and Turkey. Both were
formed ,-of the plan last week but
relpcted. it. '
, The plan Included these main
' provisions: 4
, -Th present international sta status
tus status of the island 'Will remain un unchanged
changed unchanged for seven years.
: -The island will have a system
of representative1 government, wjf.tt
the Greek' and Turkish' community
each exercising autonomy oyer H
' own affairs.- ' '
.There will be a separate House
, fo Bepresentatives lor each of the
-Internal administration, ;aside
from communal' affairs aijd inter-
- nal security will be handled by a
eouncil presidedover by the gov governor.
ernor. governor. Greece and .Turkey, each
Iwill be-invited to appoint a-representative
to- cooperate with the
' onvrnnr. '.'l. '
The -governor will hav re reserve
serve reserve powers to insure that-' into-
rests of botn communmes
dinarchy and militarism" at
the end of a review of the
mnts of. the week of May 19
in yesterday's communique,
the federation said Mr. de la
1,-To a eeneral amnesty for
all those Jailed as a -result of
the recent disturbances.
2 To restore vthdse govern-.
ment employes who had been
flred for svmnathlzlnir wmt tne
student movement and to In
tervene In the cases of em employes
ployes employes of' private concerns. ., :
3,-To taKe steps .xo put an
end to a campaign by ro-gov-ernment
newspapers against the
' ' -s : ' : ''"
1 4. To personally take steps
In favor of the release ef stu students
dents students and .others jailed in the
Canal Zone' as a result of the
student movement,, In order?
to wermit them to return to
their classes or their jobs.
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ACCUIUUIK W uiiiiiuuiiBiuKi
Mr: de la Guardia 'also denied
havinr branded the j student
mvoement ss fomminlst vara
i : ,,-" , i i
hours 5 pro.nise to serk Irpal means
uncil't,-. inrifmnlfv the families f
the victims' of the recent dls
The presldent.was' also ouot-
n ' A. f I
Mi, i dcjClS
- 1 ..
ed as' saying that the "students'
list of asnirations reearamg
educational problems would be
turned over to the new Minis
ter of Education, Carlos Sucre,
who has full powers to act.
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The chief executive also
blamed the deaths which oc occurred
curred occurred during the disturb
ances on "snipers" and" ab
solved both himself and the
National Guard from blame,,
but he promised to send the
federation copies f the bill
whioh would be nresented to
relieve' the National Guard,
of some of fts duties and; to'
bar Its members from com-,
merclal or- political activity, ;
According to the communiaue
tne delegation of stuaems re re-itereted
itereted re-itereted the federation's repu'
diatlon of the National Guard
and Insisted that both the
Guard ; and the government
were responsible lor the deaths
which .occurred, .
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lr.:lj!:d On Cy
Pcs3 Pius Xll!!:mes
o Replace Slriich (
. VATICAN. CITY (UPI) '- Pope
Pius XII Wednesday appointed an
Armenian cardinal to replace the
late Samuel Cardinal Stntch of
Chicago as director of the Roman
Catholic Church's , missionary
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The aooointment' as' pro.prefect
of the Sacred Congregation for the
propagation of the r aith went to
uregoire nerre av tarainai Aga.
CCMPUr.T DEPT. Lisa
Simone ny$ those, uniform
bathing suits are to blame for
lo few beauty contest winners
becoming Aim stars. She was
"Miss France" in last year's
Miss Universe, contest. She says
(contestants are indeed like prize
fcoricers "and who can remem-
'bau: weecn pecg won ze blue
i ribbon? She wanted ,to wearf
I Bikini. Judges said "Nix."
WASHINGTON (UPI1 Reo
Charles" 0. Porter (D-Ore.J de
manded Wednesday that Congress
hold hearings immediately on his
bill calling tor the government to
nait nuclear tests.
Porter said such a test, ban
would be a "first step" toward a
disarmament agreement with Rus
In a speech to the. Washington
Committee For a Sane Nuclear
Policy, Porter also called on
President Eisenhower to reverse
outgoing Atomic Energy Commis
sion (AEC) Chairman Lewis L.
atrauss policy oi ."secrecy" in
Porter.' a freauent critic of this
country's nuclear policies, said
that the AEC had filed art "unfa,
vorable report' on his bill with
the joint Congressional Atomic
Cardinal Aeagianian was, born
Akhaltzikhe, Armenia, which
was absorbed by the Soviet union
in 1920. He speaks several lan.
euaees and, is a high official of
the Sacred Congregation for the
Oriental Rite of the church.
Cardinal Strltch, Archbishop of
Chicago, came to Rome last April
to become pro-prefect assistant
director of missionary worn.
But Cardinal Striteh never as
sumed his duties, tie wa hospi.
talized with a circulatory disorder
his arm was amputated and then
he suffered a cerebral stroke.' He
died 34 : days- after arriving in
No successor, has been -appoint.
ed as Archbishop of Chicago.
The Oregon Democrat previous
ly has. complained about air.plar.es
carrying nuclear weapons; flying
over this country.,
After returning from the Pacific
proving grounds last month. Por Por-ter
ter Por-ter disclosed that the United
States secretly had set off the
first shot o the current test se
ries.. The AEC later confirmed the
explosion and has .announced six
suosequent shots. ;
My l is D::dlb
Fcr ht&i To lisl
The deadline, for addinir elec
trical eauloment to the inven
tory of items to be converted to
00 evele f reauency in Juiy. i,
pacific area residents have been
advised bv the project eneneer
of the power conversion project.
Residents of Ancon, Balboa
Heights, Diablo Heights and Los
Rios are cautioned not to ac acquire
quire acquire -any additional 25-cyc!e
items of equipment after that
- The inventory of equipmm
in quarters will be comoleted by
the contractor this week .it was
flinounced, and any omissions
noted in the contractor's listing
of equipment to- be converted
should be reported at once.
Items not reported by July 1 will
not be included in the conver
slon proeram. it was stated.
Charges should be reported bv
telephone to the Consolidated
International Electric Co.. Inc..
;tihnne 2-3035 -or to the Diablo
Helsihts office of the power cm
yerslon project, telephone
CANALy-ZONE Lieutenant Governor-designate, Col.ohn D.WcElheny, Is pictured above, sec second
ond second from tight, on his Inspection tour of the Balboa Police Station and Magistrate's Court
-iSJl-ti4r u-Mtnru uft-tA-.rtrfht-.-Me Mai. B. A. Darden. chief. Police Division, Capt..
ffl WBilJw district police commander, Henry A. Donovan, Civil Affairs Director, Mc-
Elheny and Judge jonn e. ueming, camua dlavm.
D riy ers U rnc cl Tp Get to kn ov
ChcngGS ji. CZ; traffic; Rules
To Be Closed
The : section of Terminal
Street in Old Cristobal between
Roosevelt Avenue and Columbus
Street intersections will r be
closed to traffic beginning at 8
a.m. tomorrow, it has been an announced
nounced announced by the engineering
and construction director j., ;
Traffic will be restricted In
this area to permit the repay repaying
ing repaying of that part, of Terminal
Street by the Dillon and Hick Hickman
man Hickman Construction Co. v.
In order to keep the traffic
restrictions to minimum, the
paving will be done in- four
stages. The work will be done
frlst on -the south half of the
Terminal Street-Roosevelt Ave
nue intersection. As the paving
progresses, other sections, will
be cioseci. : i
: Cars entering or leaving the
Cristobal piers mav use 11th
Street and Roosevelt. Avenue.:
Several, amend m e n t s have
been' madeto the Canal Zone
traffic regulations and the gen general
eral general public has' been cautioned
to familiarize themselves with,
the changes. ,-' ''
; generally, the i changes; are-of
a minor nature aitnougu- vio
latnrx- uri sublect to .fines..-
The '.changes or amendments
stated; in general terms, are as
l.'-A new amendment author-
i7,es the installation : ot -"Yield
Right-of-way" signs- at various
street intersections, to facilitate
the' movement of traffw under
safe-conditions. The regulations
nrovide that a driver must yield
the rieht-of-wav to, pedestrians
and all vehicle approaenms me
intersection from .an intersect intersecting
ing intersecting street. It will be prima facie
evidence of jauit or a anver
involved' In a collision when
driving past 1 one ; of the new
2.' High school students who
are '17 years old may now ob obtain
tain obtain restricted instruction per permits
mits permits for, enrollment in driver-
training programs wmuim ie
eard as to scholastic standing,
Formerly only senior students
were permitted to enroll in
siich courses.' I
' 3. An: 'amendment,, requires
drivers to come to a full stop
before turning on a- red traffic
sienal liuht. Cars turning, right
on a red lleht. must yield the
right-of-way to. Doth yempies
and- pedestrians crossing an. in intersection
tersection intersection with a green light or
' WASHINGTON, fine 19 (UPD-NeW demands came
from Republican congressmen today that Sherman Adams
resign as 'President Eisenhower's chief assistant.,
A$ more or Adams fellow cartY members turned on
him. a Democrat, Rep. Peter F. Mack Jr. (III! demanded
that the Justice Department investiaate the Presidential
uiuc iciuuwnswnn oosron millionaire jnausrriansr Ber
nard boldhne.- 'j "'i n i a j ',
The Department said it had no comment on Mack's
statement. .t V V : ,:', ,t
Sen..Charles E, .Potter ; and Reo.? John' B. Bennett
Michigan Republicans seeking re-election this fall, called
yesterday for Adams' retirement; v- ; ; 7
- -, Today Reps, Harry G. Haskell it, (R-Del.) ondCharles
E. Chamberlain (R-Mich.) seconded the motion.
Mack also has demanded that Adams, retire, 1 ;
r Chamberlain said Republicans who couldn't condone
acceptance of deep-freezer and mink coats bv Democrats
llnivftircifcf Dhvrrc sn0u "P condone Adams' peceptance of $2500 in hotel
UlilflOllf r JyvlJ :J hospitality i5Wr Jr
President-Else"' !r .teedf yes
terday that Adaj. .was Impru
dent in dealings with -Gpidune nut
lie Drusned aside oemanas'ior nis
4. The Installations of safety
chains or cables : are now re;
quired In addition to drawbars
or other coupling devices on au
semi-trailer and .towing vehi vehicles,
cles, vehicles, with .the-, -exception of
fifth-wheel assembles.-! inn at
mendment, also prescribes vari various
ous various other rules concerning the
towlnr of one vehicle by an another.
other. another. ' -1
5. The i reeulatlon concerning
vehicle registrations has been
reworded to clarify Its provi provisions.
sions. provisions. - . -' 1
III VWiv.i i iviiwm; .l. Cbie assistant's ouster, by bluntly
Th wiHfflv ,w ir1arnied Csthnlie declarine:r "I need him'. '
University Players-will present the Wivhoutv directly, saying Ei Ei-fiiii.lpnffth
fiiii.lpnffth Ei-fiiii.lpnffth nlsv. "Snnff nf Berna- senhower made two' points cear
dette" a't the Abel 'Bravo high at his press conference: He' had
school in Colon Monday evening, no intention of. firing Aaams ana
Th x w T h' their first anner he thouctit Auams ma a eooo jod
atice in Panama, as a part of a presenting his case to; Housea; in in-tour
tour in-tour of Latin America. They will fluence-investigators Tuesday. Ad Ad-appear:
appear: Ad-appear: at the Universtity of Pa- ams conceded -then hei! should
name on. Tuesday1 and Wednesday, have aC'ed "hitlrc'prudentny ;
1 The group ls anoiner one ot me The- rrtiiatnr wit iikh
series of cultural attractions from bout complaint by tome Repub
Former Cenai Pi!:l
lleclor Grcnl Db$
cans running for M-e-eUctlon thaf
thty '. wre going to hay diffi
culty facing, the voter ort ,th
,Adam-Goldfine issue. He wat
told they fit this way "in the
- liqht of thii idmlnntrition i
1952 attacks en the to caNod
; 'm In Washington C'n'''
AsKed if. he 'eared to commenr.
' No, I think
A 32-year-old U.S. soldier was
fined $100 in Balboa Magistrate's
Court today lor drunk driving af
ter pleading guilty to the charge.
The solder, William E. Brewer,
was stopped by police at 12:50 a.
m. on Monday while driving along
Gaillard Highway, and found to be
in a state of intoxication.
Capt.'-Hector Grant., former
Panama Canal pilot and a well
known resident of the Atlantic
side, .was -killed Mn--au-. auto automobile
mobile automobile accident near Massena,
N.Y., last night, according to. a
radio message received by
friends on the Isthmus. He was
53 years old.- .-..-
No details oi me ccuhsu.
. Capt. and Mrs; Grant left the
Tst.hmus in Anrll to make their
home in Massena where ne naa
taken a nosition with the St.
Lawrence Seaway Development
A native of Jersey City, N.J
Cant. Grant had been with the
canal organization since 1939
and had been a canal pilot
from 194 1 up to the time he
left the Canal Zone in April.
He is survived only by his
wife, Emily, who is now in Massena.-'
A new canal Zone, traffic
regulation, has. teen added per
mitting tne payment pi a im
for. a tranio violation on tne
side of the Isthmus where the
violator lives when such- a vio
lation was committed on :- the
opposite side of the- Isthmus;
The payment or sucn lines to
the Trafnc Violations Unit will
be acceptable only In those
cases where the violator pleads
guilty to the charge and his
presence Is not r required in
Magistrate's, Court, .-.'
The new regulation, issued
Vtt nrnr W V. PAt.t.Ar will h ti
Heretofore, 1 an" "Atlantic x side
resident, for example,- who re received
ceived received a -traffic citation on a
non-court day- ln Balboa was
required to return to the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific side to appear at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Traffic Violations Unit.
The payment of fines in this
manner is optional, ana tne
new regulation does not alter
existing, regulations wjtn respect
to change or venue in cases
not subject to settlement by the
Traffic Violations Units of the
two Magistrates, Courts.- t
the United States being sent a
broad 'under, the auspices of the
Department of State and Jhe A A-merican
merican A-merican National Theater -and j A-
eadpmv f ANTA.
"The Song Of ; Bernadette,"
from the book by Franz WefeU was
written by Walter Kerr, drama
critic of ; the New York : Hera rt
IVihiitiA fiMrl kl wit l..n Tf t.llll tKa PrAarHAnf aA
the storv of the simnle cpassnt not.'-' -;.:,v .M
girl,v Bernadete Soubirous, and v In his statement, which, he read
she first saw the miraculous an- with rama lire intensity, ine
parition at the grotto of Lourdes, President listed five 'conclusions
loo years ago. me. lountairt at on uie enure .episoae, auex
Lourdes has since become inter- were:
nationally famous for it mirapii. ( ,"!.. I believe that the, preSenla-
lous cures, and the peasant girl, tion made by -Governor Adams to
Bern adette, was made a saint by tne, congressional commiuc? ye:
th" Roman Catholic Church. terday (Tuesday), truthfully reprq
The presentation of the play- in sen s the pertinent facts. -,
Colon is being sponsored by the "2 I personally, like. Governor
Alumnae Association of Saint Ma- Adams, t Adams iormeny was gov
rv's Academv. and will take Alice- ernor of New :. Hampshire. I
in the Abel Bravo auditorium at L "3. I admire', his abilities.
"4.. I respect him because of
his personal and official integrity
s.i, l need, mm
He expressed hiaf tviewsiamid
these other deveiopmems:
. State Republican leaders at a
'campaign 'school'Mnl Washington
discussed the Adams case. Chair
man William W. Treat Of New
Hampshire defended his state's
former chief executives uut .uur
Campaign director Robert Hum
-ffYmintinni fnr -FpfWflt C.nm- nhrev told newsmen there cer-
miiniratinn Commission amateur tainly was comment that this Iras
radio licenses will be given in' the hurt hurt politically.
s.'.p.m. There will be a nominal
admission charge of ,25 cents.
Exems For Hams
Scheduled Af JVB
Monday I Joining :
NEW YORK (UPI) Jolitta
Schlehuber. the 14-year-old Mc
Pherson ,Kan.f girl who won the
National Spelluig Bee last : week,
capitalized on her talent to win
$2,000 on a television quiz show
Appearing on the '-CBS' :"The
$64,000 Question,' she correctly
spelled the following 13 words
Catarrh, poltergeist, infallible,
indefatigaDle, ( developed,! en.
trapped. travelled. penicillin,
aureomycin, brayes, orays, oraze
and braie. ' '
Jolitta, who won the National
Spefling Bee by correctly spelling
"syllepsis," will return to the
show next week to try to increase
her prize money.
Sen. Charles t. Potter )R
Mich.) detcribec( Adams a "a
"political handicap;" said he ha
'damaged his uitfulnett to the
idminiMration" and predicted
he would not remain 'too much
lonaor." GOP Sen. John -J.
Williams (Del.) land Rep. John
B. Bennett (Mich.) called Ifor
Ada mi to resian.
White House Press Secretary
Jamei C. Haeertv denied
charee bv subcommitteef chair-
Canal Zone next- Monday bv FCC
Examiner E. W. Kleinr Headquar
tecs Caribbean Command annouuc
Scheduled to betli at 9 a.m. at
the Jewish Welfare Board building
in Baloba, the examinations were
arraneed iointlv bv Caribbean
Command and the Crossroads Ar
mateur Radio Club and Canal Zo
Amateur Radio Association.
Klein, who makes his head
nuartertf In San .Tnan.. Puerto Ri
n invitort tn Kho i anal .nn i man iiren jj. nanis u
by' Lt. Gen. Ridgely Gaither, com. that Adams technically violated
mander in chief Caribben for'the the law in getting Goldfine in-
purpose of giving the radio license formation from the teaerat, iraoe
tt Commission., Haeertv said Gold-
-The i-s YCommunicatfonsY Divl- iine had .the data weeks before
sinn nf Tlaarfmiarters P.arihhffn fl i Arim Bnt it. 1 f'
mand. throueh agreement witn tne ine rresiaenr saia ne ueueveu
Canal Zone Government, is res- with his whole heart that Adams,
ponsible for the regulation of all his right hand man, was ;an in
amateur radio acupvrtes and ine vaiuaDie. puoiit iservau umuj -lippnsine
of TT. S. citizen radio a- du"ficult job efficiently,, honesty
motour within h ran a i 7.nni ann tirelessly.
Because of the infrequent visits He said he .also was "sdmittinl
nf an FCC examiner to this area, the lack of that careful, prudence
all nersons who are Interested in in this incident that Governor
amateur radio operation and who Adams has never had -say -.doubt
hav not vet made application for of his personal integrity and hen1
thnii- Bvaminatinn rr hrin nrff- estv." Eisenhower. iaidI'N0i iOne
ed.by the communications officials 1 has believed ; that be could be
to contact the J-5 Division at Quar- bought."
ry Heights 4261 as soon as possi- The President dealt at length
ble. with the issue oi the vicuna cot
and other gift Ada ma TrtUrA
from : Goldfine.
"Almost without exception ev.
erybody aeekfng public office ac accepts
cepts accepts political contributions' be
"saidi'These are gifts to forth forth-er
er forth-er his political career."
t'Vet we-do not make s gen-
eramy mat inese guts are in
tended to color the later official
voces,---" recommendation and ao.
tidns of the recipients.
in tne general case this while
activity is understood accepted
the Innocent receipt by a'.-: public
yM...muj. ne uit-ieiure
important so that the .public may
clearly distinguish between inno
cent and guiKy action," he said, i
Among thes. cirnimstanr rm
the character and reputation -of V
the : individual, the record of his'
subsequent actions; and evidence
of intent or lack of intent to pit.
ert undue influence.' ;
The wtmeat J prudence 'mutt"
necessarily be observed by 'ev-'
eryone attached to the," While'."
House because ef tho oosiibla
effect of any slightest inquiry," i
suggestion er observation imi.,
nating from this office end
rtaehin any other' part oft be
- "Carelessness must be avoided."
He was mnsmiling.' until a rpnnr.
ter asked him if he arreed wi.h
policy o Sen. (Paul Douglas D-
ux.) to return to the sender i any
Kin. i-usiuig more man .su.
With a grin, Eisenhower i re re-minded
minded re-minded the Washington news
corps that "you people, here, a.
good many ef you once gave
me a heifer, and the lady re-
porters -did the same thing."
'Now, I'm sure that heifers
cost more than two dollars and
a half, the President Said, re-"
lieving the tension with" laughter.
"I do not care what anyone else
does, I try to be guided by rule
US Signal Corps
To Hold Open
The U.S. Army Signal Corps will
observe he 98th anniversary of
its establishment Saturday. In ho honor
nor honor of the occasion the USARCA USARCA-RIB
RIB USARCA-RIB Signal Section has planned an
open house for Friday.
The public is invited to visit the
signal teleohone exchange at Co.
rozal any fime between the hours
of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., to viey tilt
working of this facility,
Paid Your Rent?
A reminder that the annual
rental of all agricultural land
and garden plot license In the
Canal Zone is now due, has
been. issued by the License .Sec-
tion of the Civil Affairs Du
L.These-rentals,. the .reminder
stated, must be paid not later
than July 1, and lionises v-'r
are not nald by that data v
thz p.tsriA a:.:isica.v an ixr-rrrNDEXT DAm r.z?;sTizx
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THE MAIL BOX
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"iisgusted Panamanian Patriot's iMail Box, June 16) -evident
pleasure In assuming paradoxical personalities singles uuu out
as a person wno snoula ma&e nimseii known. Aiay he continue
to arouse your curiosity ana mine, Because his potential has not
' yefetoeea fully exploited.' .. ?V
DWB (Mail aox June 14), cites as examples the -writings
f waiter wincheiL : Drew Pearson. Victor rtiesel and Rooert
on.rir rPT ttk pnrrectiv of
niwe and toe -qsoted DWb a analyses ol the collective style of
ritin a "t.rivino- for simDlicitv and clarity of expression, at
tributes which have made Abraham Lincoln's "writings immor-
. Winchell, Peasron, Riesei and Ruark are crusaders and their
high degree of integrity is completely the work of their writ writings.
ings. writings. They will probably go down In history as great men in
this particular neia 01 naeavor. ..
f The urge to know them as well as to know DPP seems to
effect others the same way It does me. One could never, have
read -what Llncola wrj-e without wanting to know him.
' DPP. does use words beautifully in many ways, ana unu
mini Tom th mn trh their- mace. T never look UO words I do
iot understand In the dictionary and I seldom get morexthan
the gist I what his Dig woras mean, wire my wiui
ducation. are both shockingly lacking. It takes a serioua and
ttudioua person to Jook up words and they-so of ten never get
to the core of the argument tnrougn lingering uv w
ileal phrases. These men usually become educators, a stable la la-in
in la-in fnsii. ih Kut. t.hik npirifvm are known as creat men.
Obviously DPP does not limit himself to being controlled
' j)T the tact tnai he is wen-eaucatea, nor uu iua tiuaumS
ten disguise the fact that he is aman with courteous but slm slm-ble
ble slm-ble courage, which are basically the qualifications of great men.
One of the .most surprising things about his, letters is that It
jmakes people want to know hta, and seldom: do they provoke
. discourtesy -towards him ;or his Ideas. s,-- ;
I If DPP has a mother from Costa Rica-.and father who is
West Indian, and can .talk as .ably as a 'Local Rater with a
superior command-of English; If he can ; think i ke a white
fcoutherner or Jf he can go one better and;, think like at Negro
Jrom the South or the North if he can think like the psycho psychological
logical psychological phenomena, known as the. Rater and even, go as
fax as to talk hd argue ar they -do forgive me if I seem face face-tious,
tious, face-tious, most of the 11. Raters are, much more sincere, and gen genuine
uine genuine that they are credited with being);. If DPP can present
ihimself a gllly harrow-minded person interest only In local rate
fand Negro -problem; If he can concentrate on the unjust law
renacted. and enforced for Local Raters, by U.S. Raters; if he
ttondemrs the few 'who are running the'Whole country with the
. ,ole aim of limnj1 their own pockets; if he can point out the
Swindling shoo owners, etc.: if he can do all these things then
:tie must be aware that a leader
tion on these problems enough
something .about ..them. &
It is possible tnat urp is proua oi ms race i
chooses to be at any given moment out it is obvious that he
a grasped his individual problem and is fighting wrongly to
'overcome it Should be childishly continue to. do so if U Is for
Jthe good of the country? It can be easily be. seen that, only a
'.person with purely selfish interests could be so; much In error.5
I Once a had -dream that President de la Guardia said to
e: ''What is the problem in Panama?,,.J. j!ad: "It is very slm slm-Jpl.
Jpl. slm-Jpl. Mr. President the people expect; you ; to, lead 'them but.
jThev dd; not tell you how they want you1, to, serve them, -,The
Kfauit is theirs, not yours." '. ::'.''
I could suggest that DPP come out and let the people know
Ihim, hut actually he is all of the people of Panama. May. Pan Pan-'amanlans
'amanlans Pan-'amanlans let themselves be known, not by the fallings that
DPR writes about,; but by serving themselves, their fellow citi citi-.
. citi-. .-yens' of all races and cultures, and their eountry.
T-TJPF-ir-neutler of-the future, if 4hey e)t to make him
Thanks to M.M.C.',' (Mall Box;
khts. Why did our husbanas and orotners ngnt wona
iwir n anrf the Korean War?
Jtator, we might just as well have lain down then and let JHUer
Now" we are not 'allowed hi the NTavy Exclah'gefbuUmngilri
Rodman'; including the bowling alley, in shorts or pedat pushers,
fin this tropic climate we are supposed to, wear a dress to, bowl
in, thau'sh nien can wear shorts. The uniform 6f the day for
naval personnel is shorts. It this bowling rule, and many others,
t fair to us girls?
V- ? ' iiim vn iniimnir i .1. J i, f
' T'm hAirinrii'ntr in wonder vhn
?'out of this Single Wage Scale anyway. Presumably the Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian negotiators who had. the' Provision writteh' into the -treaty
meant It to put a few more nickels into the pockets of the Local
Raters, but Jt'seema from what the union has been saying late lately
ly lately that mighty few Local Raters will finish up ahea4, and inJ
i deed some will find themselves worse off. after this singular
Panamanian diplomatic triumph comes Into effect.'
f T Meanwhile a whole heap of US Raters are hollering, that
f there is a hooker in there somewhere that could lead to their
f own- salaries Jwing reduced, or at least being allowed, to drag
behind stateside standards. - '..,-'
J By. 'and large, the bill therefore looks to -be something less
Uhan the great liberation which it has been touted as, A few
more of this kind of blows or liberty and the local raters, will
J be. patriotically down to Panamanian wage scales, US Raters
Swill down' -to 'loeal" rate scales and everyone will be down .at
7 Santa Ana. Plaza enthusiastically hailing the. wisdom and the
I golden" victories of the next team of treaty negotiators.',
i Incidentally, when next the sages of Santa Ana are holding
' forth ort the iniquities of the Canal, and the dismal fashion In
i which it treats its Panamanian employes, they might offer a
few statistics on Just how many local raters, on a Single Wage
Scale or anything else. have lately quit the Canal for a better-
paying Job in. Panama, .' .. l
- ' . ; Unionist
BUILDINCS IN BRASILIA
bassador ta the Organization- of American States,. Sod Mits' 1
; Olga Duntuck look at models of three buildings which will be il
part of the new capitol of Brazil, Miss Duntuck. a Brazilian;'
attending Cornell .IJoiversityn helped design, and build 'model i
- of the new city, Brasilia. The models were turned over to the
, .Brazilian amoassaaor in wasningion. Pictured, from left, are
the defense, public works, and treasury structures. t
PANAMA AHtKICAN MM.
TO ALL MEN
theif "suDerlor reportorial tech'
is a man who can focus atten
to let the people want to do
: if '!iJ:- 13
June 17) for speaking, up lor
If we have to live under a dic-
was suoDosed 'to eet anv'thirist
Fernando' Lobo; Brazilian am
By VICTOR RIESEL
Prasidelt Eisenhower's teinDera
meat being what it is. the fizht had
to come, rtt er beinE brieeu all ol
last week, "e President personal
ty maae tne decision tnai he won id
take on the nation's labor leaders
in snowdown fight. X
If some of tLl se closest to nrm
are correct, it is the President's
feeling that he has appe I J the
union cnieis 10a onen over tie
years wiinom reciprocation. inm
goes back to the days when as ml
itary commander in Germany, h
aispatcned special planes to fly in
national jaoor othcials to consult
with tnem on the creation of
democratic Reich. , ,
... V v
The President also recalls that
he has sought their advice and
tneir support, too, in public ind
private conferences. Few now re
member that in 1946, Mr. Eisen
hower flew into Atlantic Citv. N
J., to make a strongly pro-labor
speech at the annual CIO conven
tion there. Or that Jie made sin-
ilar talks at two AFL conventions.
The President believes that it
was in this gph-it that he. through
Secretary of Labor Ja mei Mit
chell, proposed fair labor reform
laws to fight the rackets. Buffet
ed by tne high winds of internation.
al affairs which sweep aU other
matters off his desk from cme to
time, the President did not closely
follow the progress of his proposals
until the morning of June 6. Then
he was told that there probably
would be no new reform laws.
Calls went from the White House
to the Labor Dept. assistants of
Secretary of Labor Mitchell. Trans Trans-Atlantic
Atlantic Trans-Atlantic cables and phone calls be between
tween between the Labor Dept. and its chiei
in Switzerland on Sunday, June 8.
apparantly did not s a t i s f y the
White House. The report is that
the President wanted Mr. Mitchell
to return and take over the fight
against those on the Hill cashing
for the Ives-Kennedy bill. And to
fly back to Europe when it was
Mitchell spoke to the President
shortly after a rush flight back to
the spates lasv Thursaay. iiiere
was another short talk with the
Chief Executive: after the Cabinet
meeting Friday morning.
Those near the President mat
a.m. heard him say that he would
fight for his flwn, tougher,. proptvs
Sis. Mr. Eisenhower spoke of pro protecting
tecting protecting the raiik-and file union
members and the Public. He was
aware that this insistence on the
stronger original White House bills
would throw him in rect conlurt
with AFL-CIO presioent George
Meany. But the President, nonethe
less, began -drafting r strong stater L
1 The difference between the Pruk-
ident of the U.S. and the President
of the AFL-CIO is not on whether
to fight the rackets, or even how
to fight the mobs' infiltration into
some powerful unions. Both siaes
are agreed on making Federal
crimes of looting, violence, terror
and crooked labor relations by fli
ers. (But the forces backed by Pres
ident Eisenhower want the unions
themselves to be .responsible tor
the peculationa of their leaders.
even it u means inreaieninK io tti
off the rights and tax privileges
Of labor organizations.
Furthermore, these forces, wntcn
can rouehlv be described as a
White House bloc, want the goy
ernment to supervise secret union
elections, if necessary, and be able
to back up. groups of rank-and-hi
ers who want to remove officers
and call new elections by petition.
Labor's position, as summed up
in Several on, and off-the record
talks with the handful of top labor
leaders, is: "Givei us a few years
to clean, up, backed up by moder moderate
ate moderate laws for complete, exposure of
crime Inside labor. If we fail, we'll
go along on tougher laws. What is
being proposed is the sort of Board
which will suDerimnose on labor
what Congress did to Wall Street
with the Securities' Exchange uoir uoir-mission..
mission.. uoir-mission.. Only .much,- much, tough tougher.
er. tougher. ...'
"This laid down hard rules for
the stock market and business fi
nancing but nobody has said any
thing about the government run running
ning running secret stockholders' elections
for poroomion executives or su-'
pervrsing those stockholders' meet meetings."
Labor particularly objects to' giv giving
ing giving the Secretary of Labor the nw nw-r
r nw-r to auboena union books and rec
ords. Watch this clause when 'tlus
proposed law is discussed in com
mittee hearings in the next few
weeks in the House of Representa Representatives.
tives. Representatives. The fight will be made there on
the grounds that this gives great
power to an appointed official. So
bitter will be the battle over this
that passage of tV law will bog
down, 'men tne resiaeni is ex expected
pected expected to speak up again.
This Is truly a shpwdownnght
e t 'I
"I Don't Care How It Got There
' ' RtA Sertice. lee
Walter Winchell In
NEW. YORKERS ARI -V
Senator Warren Masnuson's In-
vestigating Committee which will
confront tne takers of TV "rat.
ings" starting June 26 at 10:30
ante meridian. That committee
should study the job David Cort
does on "Nielsen Ratings in the
current Nation weeklyrlitle ''The
Deep Sincerity of Advertising.'' It
wi l give Sen. Magnuson's probers
fresh ammunition for a war the
TV stars (who lost sponsors over
ratings) deserve to win. i ,Page
3 or snow, business, oy ma way,
offers a story tagged; "TV pous
and Surveys Attacked by Ad Men
for Misleading .Media". This
is a light Innocent Bystanders
will adore. .Wonder how the
ragings" people like being
Stars (Ha 1 ), & ,-is &'& T-c
Lov Letters: 1 "Dear Walters
Thanks for anoter great Winchell
scoop and its documentation (dig.
ging up the marriage certificate
of starlet Suzy Parker and her
French husband, Pierre de .la
Salle, who played cat and mouse
with editors all over the land de.
nying their secret marriage three
years ago )'-Ed Markel, "City E.
ditor.iN.Y- Mirror. ,roear WW!
You are my idea of a reporter."
Glenn Neville, N.Y. Mirror Edi.
' The v crash that injured SSuzy
Parker and' r killed her father.
There are highway accidents ev.
ery 23 seconds. The motor vehi vehicle
cle vehicle death rate exceeds 30,000 a.
year. When will motorists stop be being
ing being niurderists?. .The dignified
tag of Bea Line's Pekingese. Mis Mister
ter Mister Lee. .Cosmooolitan's essav
about the magic that makes "the
world go round: L-o-v-e. V .The
trees atop apartment buildings in
the Washington Square area., r
Johnny Mathis' platter s. of V "A
Certain Smile," A ballad-, that
sounds like a love song. .Maris .Maris-sa
sa .Maris-sa Allasio, the she.anima, in the
"Poor But v Beautiful" flicker.
Boy! .Yul Brynner's real
first name: Julius. .,...
The rocketing cost of living. It
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Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
.SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
'To'New York' and Return .... ...... .. .v. $210.00
To Los Anreles and San Francisco and -. ;
Returning from Los Angeles. t . S270.00
To Seattle and Return .................. $365.00
has zoomed 105 .per cent in two
uecaues.',; .Patty Mctormack's
bouncy disc, "Bubble Sum." Suit,
able ior Mister and Airs1, Small,
fry. . Susan Strasberg; who has
the walls of her living room cov.
ered with photos ol tamed tnes.
pians. .The essay is McCal.'s
called: "i Married the wrong
Man." Candor was never more
candid. ,, .Kooerta Sherwood, wno
star in "Annie Get Your Gun"
a the Coconut Grove Playhouse
near Miami, Fla. .The passing
of Robert Donat, a great actor.
He once noted: '.'Acting is the
art of: making believe that you're
making believe", .Leo Rosten's
prose sketch oi Groucho in Har.
per'S mag. Jollyo. ,; ,A
Barry Fitzgerald's patented mer.
ry-making in the "RooneyV film,
begorra;-vTb Late Late Show
murdering its competition the
dull, dull show. AThe Kinsey In,
stitute'f ,ionCiUsioiis--oase n7the
sex histories of 18,000 Americans.
. .Peggy Lee's "Sea Shells" al-;
bum, especially her. cpoing of Chi.
nese love pomes. .The girl girl
on Photography mag's page 85
and -her not-so-hidden persuaders
, .The doll who walks a jiooch
along Park Avenue (in the 50s).
She wears a mink stole with to to-reador,
reador, to-reador, pants. Quite a sight. .
The; accurate description of, mo.
vie-making by Sammy Davis, Jr.
To wit:. "It's 90 per cent boring,
but- the other 10 per cent makes
it exciting"k .Arthur, Kobef's lat.
est between-covers chuckles. The
tone has an amusing tit'e:: "00.
Oh, What You Said." Read ,J it
ami. giggle. ' f
CapJ. Bart Hewitt, the pilot of
our -TWA plane (circling Idlewild
in tne tninx peasoup tog weanes.
day afternoon waiting for the con.
gested traffic to clear over : the
various lanes), who kept us all
from panic with hi ad glib gab
'or over an hour..1 v; .; .Colyumist
Marquis Childs' upcoming biog of
President Eisenhower. T i 1 1 e d:
"Captive Hero", i The analysis
of DeGau'Ie in newsmagsj Renlete
wKh well-informed contradictions..
. .The off-Broadway oremiers con J
tinumg to pop, despite the regular
season's finale. .Francoise Sa
gan uescnping her VBro&eu fate"
uauet as memory o my
youth." She is 22. janKNoyaK's
comment: "Frank Sinatra he
iieves mat living snouiu oe fuir.'
aiiss iNovak is an authority on tne
Jack' Webb. Who: must be'rioh.
He's paying iien,y aumony iOtwo
ex-wives-and wul soon-take an.
other bride.i.David Street's: trans
comments about his shattered mar mar-riage
riage mar-riage with Debra Paget-via Mod.
ern Screen.; The only thing that
isn t private in Hollywood is pri
vacy,.., &. ua Draith's t- tome,
'"i ne s Affluent iJociety.'' A provo,
cative insight into a complex
subject economics. i .Shirley
Temple's,iTV version of "The
Sleeping Beauty''' Ah entertain,
ing liuntaw ... .Producer 4ack
WarneRrfnn't".W flp HfmU"!
explaining; wliy,, Westerns saturate
neiworKs: xne people like tnem."
(Fine thing to j y about people.)
Ten of the 12 roadway attrac
tions expected to survive the hu.
mid months being musicals and
spoo's. .Motion Picture niag's
eyebrow.booster about H'woou's
Joye cults". The incredibly vl.
vious attacks against J. Edgar
Hoover; He has doh nhthln tr hut
fight crime and subversion. Of
course, no American is above cri criticism.
ticism. criticism. In this r, case, however,
there is nothing lower than ma ma-ny
ny ma-ny of Mrs, Hoover's beliltlers.. ,
Miche Legrand'sr"C a s 1 1 e s in
Spain" LP. Exciting tempos, par.
ticularly the bull.fighting rootatoot.
mg.j Carolyn Jones' performance
i?- e .'Marfori,? Morningstar"
flicker-. She Is a descendant of
Geronimo, the Injun chief. V Per.
ry Como's songcess. Eleven of his
platters have sold over a million
copies. .The girl-show.at the Ca.
fe jtle Paris. -
a i'Tepnessee Ernie Ford who got
rich 'with his hil billy hokumljo.
kum. He is a graduate of the high:
brow pincinnad Conservatory of
Music .The bunches of orchids
being, flung at Larry and Les El.
f.ll" 'r.?1 ifenienaous album,
'Sound 'Ideas". .Wm: r wn'
Hams' J"Make Believe Ballroom,'
a glistenable record m6tm -.
Dinah Shore, who is1- a sociologist!
Sue received a B.S. decree in a
ciology trom Vanderbilt TJ. .A."
lice. Lon's swelodies vi T.n
rence ingrates-which- only means
mm more peopie know about their
indecency. Being well-known Isn't
as important as being well-Uked.
" The cynical title of J l m m
Cagney's1 Jorthcoming- movie:
"Never;', Steal Anything Small:...
. .Benny Goodman's elicit in Rrn
ocia mi.; a leimuuer mat pOPU.
lar music can. be musical. '. .To.
ny .Franciosa's .gamuting in "The
Long Hot Summer.'.' He is an
actor. .The skeleton in Eva Ga.
bor's closet: She w once a
champion ice skater. . '. .Sophi
Loren making her jirst visit to
New York. She makes the Big
Town a Big-Big Town. Tee-hee.
. .Tony Randall, Abbe- Lane, Jac.
quelyn McKeever and the talented
cast bf ;'Oh, Captain!" at the Al.
vinvA fun :Show (
Marilyn Monroe discovering that
fame is fleeting. She once domi.
nated movie macs. Now Vnil rare,
ly .spot her photo in them. .Gi."
na-Lollobrieuia. who u oiffoH
painter. She was tudying art be be-fore
fore be-fore joining FlickervilUS .Editor
Harry Ashmore's iogic: "Newspa "Newspa-permen
permen "Newspa-permen .are as free as we have
ever been which, means that we
are as free as our proprietors
have the heart and will to be".
. .A complete mag devoted to the
story of Mike Todd and Liz Tay.
lor.; Joanne Woodward'a eonfes.
sion:,'When I was a little girl,
I was a great,' fat hulk of a thing.
rwas. so. self-conscious about it,
I coudn't even speak to boys". V
The Broadway Confucious line on
page '37 of Variety. -'
, ; ;,
m m m a la I 1 m vV m
1 BMW riaitcx
BUCHAREST- The Union of Ru Ru-manian
manian Ru-manian Journalists me-jU iu the
Qiu nouse ol Loras o. Vp. Aingdom
of Rumania. This is aaouilike the
iNewspaper Guild me3ting in the
old Supreme Court Chamber on
Ihe old House of Lordi chamber
is actually like an art theatre in
tne united biaiei, with a roBtrura
instead o. a movie screen. '7
In the rear are a bstterv nt trana.
lotion booths, where speeches are
uausiaiea into otner lauguages
EngUsh, French,- German, Spanish
Chinese, Russian and Portuguese.
Having preached the idea o. peo.
ple-to-people iriendship until it is
now oificially adopted "by the Ei.
senhower administration, 1 decid.
ed I had better practice ithat i
preach and, upon invitation, I at at-unded
unded at-unded this Rumanian meeting of
PAST VIEWS ON PEARSON
Because our dan hrnkn
in Budapest I arrived late and at.
tenaea only one .day's session.
I had no Idea how I woulH he
received. The last clipping I had
seen lrom a Bucharest paper paid
its, respects to me with consider,
abe vigor. This was about the
time we organized the freedom bal.
100ns to reach the oeoo e hehinrt
the Iron Curtain, At that time, U.
niversul of Bucharest had written:
rearson is a defender of Ame.
rican democracy. Not long ago he
organized a radio debate on Ame.
rtcan democracy in which it was tn
be expected theAmerican way of
life was praised and worn..t sntil
Soviet calumnies' were uttered." i
Ihe Moscow press had wammeri
ed hie harder. Izvestia Once wrote:
"If the Magnates of Monoculistle
Capital profiteer on wars, so also
do their newspaper salesmen Such
one is that veteran of slander
Drew: Pearson." Pravla once
charged: "Pearson will resort to
any means to Sabotage tha cause
of pect." ?':.'.'-
So it was with some douht that
I. accented an invitation to attend
a meeting or newsnanermen be.
hind the Iron Curtain. I didn't
know whether I ould be greated
wiw doos ana jeers. . i :
I was met. however, bv a de'e.
gation Of newsDacermen who in
formed me I had been elected, in
aosenua, Doth to speak and to ore.
side over part o' the meeting.
Ihe latter was a little more than
I. had -bargained for; and I wanted
to know -how I was going to be
Vlll ft -t)AAA0nSllSl rnnlrAM:
since 1. didn't know, a soul behind
the1 Iron. CuHaiii. if r w ...i t !'
.Mr Ivascu. an internrisinff and
tumiiinig numaman eauor ; wno
seemed to be in charee. aaid he
Would- give me list of 'speakers
ana u alongside io nuage my ei.
DOW.- s ,t ;.-" ' .'
enkv of 'JHdscew was ewnr toore
side half the day and imolied that
the USA could not play; secoril fid
d'e to the USSR. J accepted the
challenge and .next da;- mounted
tne rostrum; i
SENSATION VS. UNIFORMITY
i! If I'd kriown'- this wa snintr tn
happen I would have brought a
food capitalist gavel Speaker Sam
Rayburn gave me, made from an
elm tree than once stood in front
f o the Capitol in Georse i Wash.
ngton's day. Not havinff eavel.
I. called the meeting to order by
- The newsp&Dermen nresent were
chie'ly from iron Curtain coun.
tries, though there were a few
irom Mexico., Brazil. West Germa Germa-ny,
ny, Germa-ny, Canada and Greece. They all
seemed friendly toawrd Americans.
! to d. them, at the start that I
Was. a gooH capitalist newsnaner.
man. but that like a lot n.' other
capitalists I thought there xhouM
be more understanding between the
east and the west, i ; ;
I also reoorted that at the last
meeting' of the International Press
Institute in Washineton. Badome.
ra Olvera," manager o the Phi.
lippine" News ; Service in ; Manila,
bad. raised, the question of admit.
will make all
your arrange arrangements
ments arrangements for you
. . before you j
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ting to the IPI newspaperraf r from
uuimjii,l.Dloc tuunu-ies; and
uiat J. G. Sianlman ot tile Nastu
vuie fanner, with Lester siarkei.
New York Times Sunday editor. editor.-nad
nad editor.-nad suggesieu inat Iron Curtaia
editors oe admitted.
'weir ioea wa tnat there be free
and irank discussion bet wen all
newspapermen regardless of their
. 1 spoke in English, which was ;
immediately translated into' half
a dozen languages b earphone. B
puttmg on the earphones myself,
1 could get an English translation
of everyone e se.
Except tor one Syrian who blast,
ed the United Staves and Britain,
no politics was discussed.
.1 was not presioing at that timv
or 1 would have taken pleasure m
calling .him to order, because it
was agreed in advance that there
were to be no attacks on any coun.
rule others -lived up to thil
The speech of a Polish newsman
Wiesiaw Gornicki was the most
interesting of al. Among other,
things be said:
' '"I "Sree with what has been said
about sensationalism. But I thkik
we have to re.nember that people 1
ive not by politics alone and that
if our newspapers become too uni.
.orm', People will stop reading
them. People want to knowsim.
Pie, interesting things, and ome.
times what you might call sensa.
tion can be o: real help, v
I read recent'y of a medical -oneration
on a sailor 350 eet below
the sea in an Amf rican ub-narine.
continued Gornicki. "If did not
have any political meaning, but
was-an interesting story' of a
brave people." ,
" ?1P.Vld we never Bri such re.
ports?" asked this editor fr0m the
Communist Swiat. I learned laer
that hehas been oui'e friendly to.
werd the United States.
; Is difficult to draw conclusions
from talking to, oeoole durin a
short visit, but J got the impre.s.
sion that newspanermen in the
Soviet-bloc countries are far more
open-minded than ever before 8"d
want to be friendly toward the TJ.'
Certain y they have come a long
way from the period when they
hammered at the USA editorially
day-in.and-day.out, and when it
was impossible to communicate be
hind the Iron Curtain except by
fnlD (!::r-!r:j: dp ;
BATON ROUGE, La. (UVI) -A
.Baton -.Roim, "oirA f d a
posiible- twfl-year'laJ 'ttn,i idJay idJay-because
because idJay-because of a ;"suicide joke" which
resu ted in seriously Wounfling a 1
Elmer Hudson, 18,' was found
guilty of "negligent injury" in the
shooting of Vi Ann Hillman, 16,
in the breast.
The incident ''occurred in a
house occupied by two tecn.age -common.law
couples. The Hillman
girl had an argument with her
common.Jaw husband and threat
Hudson and his 19.year.old com.
mon-Iaw bride jokingly offered to
snoot pr if ine wou'd rwfim a
suicide note. -'-..(
The clip as removed from the...
automatic and the gun was press.'
ed. against the girl's breast H.ld.
son pulled the trigger an.1 the
orgotten" round in the chamber
seriously wounded the girl
Judge- Jess Johnson called the
Incident "most: unfortunate and'
unusual situation, it is an exam,
pie o- what grows' out of immoral
WAUKEGAN, 111. (UPI) The
production of outboard motors be.
eins Monday at Bruges.- Belgium,
by a subsidiary of Outboard Ma.
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A l A.
s SUN VALLEY, Calif. UPIV UPIV-Thieves
Thieves UPIV-Thieves stole 21 ducks from Mrs.
M. A. Buckelew' backyard with,
out a single fciuack of alarm. Vat
ducks, known ai Moscovies, are
quackless. . .-,,- "J ;
' T.nNDON (UPIV-Three hun
dred helmetla3ges just issued to
NorthamDtonshire County police
will have to be replaced. Some..
one left the "P" out of Nortn.
SAN JOSE, Calif. (UPI) A
lone bandit robbed the First Na
tional Bank of San Jose of 14,000
to $5,000 today after .handing
teller Shirley Reese, 26, a note
readinff, "Have gun. Will shoot."
: f-t ice iv ptww PRFVFKTfnv"jinitfirp control was conducted recently by fire Inspectors of the' U.S. Army Caribbean Engineer Section, for .members of
A CLASS IN FIRE PREVENTION the" guidance of Inspectors J. B. Balchum, left, and Grady G. Galley, right, is Pfc.
D Battery 764th AAA BattaUon Putting nto PcUcal WjguguJ, Dunn the T period of instruction the engineers imparted to members of the unit
' the "fet .and 'fastest way of dealing with fl;ot different
' origins. (U.S. Army Photo) 1
RESERVE ROMOTION'' Lt. Col.-Donald' V., Rogers .ets an7I
assist vtrom ma wne as .sne pins ou wie wivw ubib wcuvwus
his promotion' to the-rank of lull colons!, in the U.9. Army
Reserve. Rogeirs i -chief-vi trie post engineer division with.. the
' -USARCARIB.Engineeiv becuun ai ton naywii. -
.... J' L.wiU,.f,
MORTON, 111. (UPI)-An execu.
l tive was pistol whipped and his
middle7, aged wi'e criminally as-
vaulted, yesterday' by two thugs
, who 'represented; themselves ;as
' unionists. ;
. u ,' l'l ' J f '
Both Mr and Mrs.' Hardlcl K.
, Pratt, were taken- to Methodist
Hospital in Peoria, ui.tl in."iair
. onnriitinn' aftpr the brutal attack.
Pratt had been c'ubbed on Jhe
head with a pistol butt and .his
-NEW YORK (UPOThe -de
fense rested its' case today
in; the'-retnal' of Teamsters boss
James Rr Hoffa and two other de defendants
fendants defendants on charges of conspiring
to wiretap telephones at the un.
ion's headquarters in Detroit.' I
' -. if .J
' Hoffa -.is- on- trial with .Owen
Brennan,' president of Teamsters
Local 337 in Detroit, and proves,
sional wiretapper Bernard' Spin,
del.- Summations will be heard
Friday, with the. case expected' to
go to .the jury Monday. ,f
In Under 18 Hours :
EDWARTJS AIR FORCE BASE,
Ca.if. (UPI) Lockheed's Jetstar.i
swept :a wing jet transpori,
landeo here toaay after touch
ing "tour, corners'- oi me na
tion in less man is aours. ;
Actually, the plane was in tne
air : tor 14 hours and 50 minutes
on its 6,700-mile' home run from
border.to-boraer and coast to
cast at s p e e d averaging 456
miles per .'hour and reacning 686
m.p.n. at times.
Engineering pilot Ray Goudey
flew the olane, at altitudes of 45,.
000 feetf to avoid poor weather
and improve the JetStar's range,
extended from a normal ; 1730
miles to more "than 3,000 miles
with 640-gal on slipper tanks fitted
over the wings.. -' :
'Purpose 'ot the flight 'was s to
for ihighi' i; speed transportation -of
cargo or personnel to distant
demonstrate the' JetStir's potential
points. ; ';
The jet lr o a r ed aloft'with
Goudey at .the control's Wednesday
night at this base and sped to
McChord Air Force Base in
Washington in' one hour and, 52
Swinging; east, the plane
streaked to westover Air Korce
Base at Chicopee Falls, Mass.,
in five hours, then''ilshed1sou'th
to McCoy Air Force; Base it Or,
lando. 'Fla.1 t v" ''' '
' Racine westward" again, Goudey
brought the plane in at Edwards
at 52 p.m.-v 1 ,.
Senate Rejects Tax ; Cut Proposal
Supports Eisenhower's Policies,; :
DEVELOPS BRAKE SYSTEM
AKRON. Ohio UPI) 6. V.
Goodrich Co. yesterday announced
successful flieht and taxi testing
of a new brake system developed
for the Boeing 707 jet transnort
by its aviation products division
satina cak:::s you s.v.oothly
Til'" I " iSM'"!
frit BIG ironing
aid in lh litth box.
.WASHINGTON (UPI)' The
elite backed up President
policy Wednesday by rejecting a
poucy. toaay uy rejecting it- pro proposal
posal proposal or an immediate six billion
dollar anti-recession, reduction in
persona, excuse and business tax taxes.
es. taxes. j V
Bv a vote of 65 to 23. it re.
jecied the tax reduction attempt
Oi sen. raul n. uougias (u-uui.
The vote- represented the first
Senate test oi' strengtn on tne
issue Since the President "came
out against any tax cuts for the
present, 1 '
Democratic congressional lead.
ers general y i have' gone along
with vne President in his con
tention that a tax cut would be
inflationary and ineffective as
means of stimulating the econo.
my- i -. :
Douglas sought to .write a gen
eral ; tax "cut into an administra.
tion.backed bill to extend present
excise and corporate' tax rates
Gsmboa MV Socisly
To Spenser 'Chirm'
wife suffered ;uose and eye in. j in Seattle,- Wash,,- attending a 'un-
, juries as well as the lbss of sev
Robert Pratt.'son of the couple,
told authorities the assault may
have stemmed from labor diffi-
- cutties the Pratt Steel Building
Servicer had been having with
Ironworkers Local 112 of Peoria.
Young- Pratt ; operates the firm
.with his father. t
" A business agent of the local,
"Arthur Schilling, denied the com com-pany's
pany's com-pany's resistance to union organiz organizing
ing organizing had caused a reprisal.
A labor union would, never
:have.'anyhing to do with a thing
!. like this," scnuung saiu.
' 1 The. Pratts? both' 52, told auth auth-i
i auth-i erities the "two men invaded their
home, subjected them W severe
Attorney Harry Singer present
ed a number' of witnesses in an
attempt to prove that Hoffa was
in Seattle, Wash., aending a'un a'un-ion
ion a'un-ion conferentee on July 10, ; 1953,
the day the government claims
he-was hvDetfoti getting wire
tap instructions irom SpindelA
- me last witnesr. called was
Steven RiddV, Hoffa's uncle, Who
testified that lie met Hoffa and his
wife-at the Willow Run Airport in
Detroit on July 11, '1953, when
tney returned. from Seattle.
Lends In SlicEd
beatings then tied Mfs. Pratt toUrip to Texas today, and was im.
a bed where they raped her,
mediately put behind bars.
"You tell your old man,to get
right With the union," oneofHhe,
men told Mrs. Pratt.'
The men then left with $60 they
took .from Pratt's billfold.-
Has New Officers,
Franciscw Gilkfs, -nas t been
elected president of the Mocambo
Club for the July-December term.
Other officers elected: Clarence
T,phprt. seeretarv general: Arthur
Dale Jr., treasurer; Ronald Mal Malcolm,
colm, Malcolm, business manager; Verne
Richards and Rudolph Ranger,
trustees 1 J 1
Francisco Villain!! was also' e
lected as the press secretary of
the Mocambo Club. The newly-e
lected board will be installed bat
BILOXI.f Miss. -, (UPD-Airman
Donald Keeton completed k round
mediatelf put behind bars,
Keeton, who lelt here m a pn
vate plane-last week after vow.
mg to kill himself, was returned
on a military flight.
Officers said he would be held
until the full circumstances are
determined" about his sensation
He will be charged with being
absent w i th out leave, officers
saiH Ttnf. f.hov said 'that, hofnra ha
goes to trial an investigating offi officer,
cer, officer, to 'be i appointed by the' base
commander, would look into the
The 19-year-old airman wrote a
Suicide note last Thursday, pinned
it to his bunk, and Tented an air
plane. He said he would fly until
nis fuel gave out, then would crash
' Military airraft followed : him
into Louisiana but lost him. He
landed at Longview,' Tex. and
catieht a hns tn Dalian tn pp t.h
girl friend who had rejected his
NEW LEGAL- OFFICER iNa
vy Cant. Luis V. Castro, a veter
an of 17 years of naval service
and a lawyer is the new legal ot
ficer for the 15th Naval District,
He succeeds Navy Capt: Thom
as F. Rvan. who leaves J' about
July 2 to become legal officer of
the 4th Naval District at Philadel
Castro is residing in quarters at
the 15th Naval District at Ft. A-
mador with Tiis wife, Dolores, and
daughter. Maria. 11.
He also has a son,. 18 year-old
Edgar Henrv.. who is a candidate
for the, Navy's,. aeronautical engi
A letter man in two snorts in
college, Captain Castro is today
an- avid golfer, bowler and ; soft-
ball player..; His favorite hobbies
are bridge and playing the piano,
a talent he learned as a youth
to help see his family through the
depression years of the thirties
when he led his own orchestra,
GET BOILER ORDER
" NEW YORK (UPI) Babcock
& Wilcox Co. Monday reported it
has received a contract to fabri
cate and install two boilers in the
new-$12 million Southern Ohio Re
formatory, near Lebanon, Ohio.
A "Music of Charm" concert
will be presented on June 29 at
the Santa Cruz Theater by he
Missionary volunteer society- ot
the. Gamboa Seventh Day Adven-
ust Church. v 4 .,
' The concert which Is scheduled
to get. under way at 3 p.m.. with
featufe by the society's newly-or
ganized 30-voice choir; which has
been given the name of. Singing
Teeners. ", '''' 1
In addition, selections will be
offered by singers ami instrumen instrumentalists,
talists, instrumentalists, including : j ,.
Joyce -Williams,, -pianist: Elsa
Williams,., soprano; the Harmon Harmon-ettes
ettes Harmon-ettes quartet; Stephen Graves, pia pianist;
nist; pianist; Louis .Brownie, clarinetists,
Admission prices have been set
at SO cents each for adults, with
children,; paying" at 'the. door."
for another year.' They now are
scheduled to drop June 80f
The 'House already- has passed
the extension measure.
Without congressional ? action,
the corporate rate would ; drop
lrom'52 to 47 per cent, cuts-also
would, be maoe itf the eX is e
(sa.es) tax rate on cigarettes,
beer, liquor, and automobiles.
Douglas proposal would have
cut personal' income taxes S50 a
year for a one-year period at a
cost in federal revenues of about
three billion dollar sr
It also would have permanently
reduced or repealed many ex
cises at a cost of $2,700,000,000
and would have; granted: addition.
ai tax- relief lor small business.
The fight against the amend.
jnent was led by Chairman Harrv
r. 'uyra (D-Va.) of the Senate
, Byrd noted the Treasury fac
ah- estimated deficit of four b.
lion dollars in' the current -fiscal
year and 11 billion dol'ars in .the
fiscal year, beginning July 1.
With such j "enormous" deficits
confronting the nation,' he said.
present tax rates must be con con-tinued.
tinued. con-tinued. He said the eflects of the
Douglas amendment on next
year's deficit 'would be "very
terrific, -1 4 ,v
Sen. Prescdtt Bush (R.Conn.)
a g r e e d the. Douglas .proposal
would amount ', to, "alntost- fiscal
madness." V v
Douglas replied the federal
government, had r a legal responsi.
bility to "use 8 1 1 ,. practical
means" to', promote maximum
employment," production and pur.
chasing power. ' , i 1
LOS ANGELES (UPI)- R e d
haired Lavonne Cohen, wife of
ex mobster Mickey Cohen, di di-vorced
vorced di-vorced the pudgy little former
gambler ctoday in Superior
Court on charges he took his
many problems out on her. Dur
mg their is years o", marriage,
interrupted while Cohen served
time for income tax evasion, the
41-year-old housewife said Cohen
seemed to' ."derive a certain
pleasure out ''of berating her.
Her sister, Mrs. Doris Sachs
33, supported her testimony that
uonen uenttied nis wile pumicly
on numerous occasions.' They were
married in October, 1940, and
parted in i May, 1956. .They have
no children. ,
WASHINGTON" Rep..' Charles
S. Gubser (R-Calif.). after --expressing
dismay- at the "obvious
glee" which he -said newsmen
showed at the gift-getting diffi difficulties
culties difficulties of Presidential Aide Sher Sherman
man Sherman Adams:
"There, is ho greater "group of
freeloaders in the world than the
TRENTON, N.J. Gov. Rob.
ert B.' Meyner.of New tersey,
a'ter revealing that he received
a. bolt of c oth atthe 1955 gover.
nors" conference in Chicago,' but
didn't know whether it came from
Boston industrialist Bernard
"People' send me" bolts 'of cloth
from time to time. Frankly, I
don't like to receive them. I pre.
fer to buy my suits ready-made."
.0 T t A W A John' Reitnian,
graund-uncle of two.year-old Joel
Reitman,', heir' to a chain store
fortune, after the 'child had been
found unharmed after his abduc.
tion: 1 (i
"The press was terrific. No,
body broke the release and no nobody
body nobody bothered us too much. They
were very, understanding.- They'
were just wonderful.
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WE ARE HAYING FUN
.:. THE FOLLOWING GOODS
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Chests of liogers 1881, Flatware
Finest Brand patches
t Silver Plate Holloware
Sterling Silver Holloware
v Compacts, Imitation Jewelry
t t if ( 'j n
up to s50. 6il
. up to 33' ofi
50 off a
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Trend: China .r ; 25 off"
Cultured Fearl Necklaces 25 of f
THIS PARTY WILL LAST: ONLY A FEW DAYS
Come Early to Find the Best Selection
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MILITARY ENGINEERS CELEBRATE
BIRTHDAY OF CORPS OF ENGINEERS
' The 183rd anniversary otthe United States Army Corps
of Engineers will be celebrated on Friday with a gaia eve-
iBini o'n the ferryboat President. Porras. The affair IU be
sponsored jointly by the members of the. Society of Amer American
ican American Military Engineers and the Engineers Officers Wives
Members and their goests will go n : board 1 at :3I -it
Gamboa and will leave the Dredging Division Pier at 7.00
for a four hour cruise In Gatun Lake. ., ', ,.
A buffet dinner will be served
and dancing willbe to the music,
of Ronnie Amato's Orchestra.
Governor Potter will introduce
His Exeellency M. Lionel Vasse,
the Ambassador of .France,- who
will deliver the address for the
occasion. The U.S. Charge d' Af Affaires
faires Affaires ad interim, Mr. R. Austin
Acly, Lt.'' Governor Hugh M. Ar Arnold
nold Arnold and their wives be among
the honored guests.
Reservations can be made until
11:00 a.m. Friday, June 19. by cal calling
ling calling Mr. Melvin Millard at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1398.
Ambassador and Mrs. Vasse
Hosts at 'Dinner -
Lionel Vasse, Ambassador of
France to Panama end Mrs. Vasse
were hotos at a dinner in honor
of the Minister of Public Works
and Mr. Roberto Lopez. The party
was given at the Embassy resid residence
ence residence on La Cresta.
Mrs. Scheidegg and Son
Visiting Family In Nw Jersey
Mrs. C. V. Scheidegg of Gatun
sailed recently with her son, Ray Raymond,
mond, Raymond, to spend the summer vaca vaca-th
th vaca-th her other children and
hii familip In New Jersey. She
will stop first in Newark to see
her son, Kichara fccneiocgg anu
. hii fomiiv anH thpn in Maolewood
to see her daughter and son-in-
law,' Mr. and Mrs. inomas no
nassisa. She will also see her oth
r rianphter. Diane Scheidegg in
MontcTair. ' s
. Mr SphoilWff will Inltl his faitl
i fly early in September to attend
Diane's graduation from Mount-
: ainside School of. Nursing. Diane,
whn i nrpsident nf her class, was
elert.prf delegate to represent her
school at the in-iUie wur&es
Convention held in Atlantic Uty
early this month.
Voice (9 QroaJ;aj
i r 1
." il ; 1
ly CT.VALD JAC-3Y
Written far MA $rviet
Rummage Sale To v
Ba Held Saturday
There will De rummage sale
in the Bishop Morris; Hall at, the
Cathedral of St. Luke, Ancon on
Saturday, June 21 trom 8 to noon
for the benefit of the Bella Vista
Children's Home. Chairman of the
project is Mrs. Charles Morgan.
Anyone wishing to contribute items
for the sale can drop them by
the Cathedral or phone and make
arrangements to have the articles
Dine. to be Held At
American Legion Club
The American Legion s junior
Baseball Committee' has announc announced
ed announced that it will sponsor a dance
in celebration of Independence Day
at the American Legion uud in
Fort Amador on the nieht of Julv
3. beginning at 8:00 p.m.
: Admission for thp. dance is 1.00
per couple and tickets can now be
purchased from Junior Baseball
players, Legionnariegr and mem
bers of the Balboa Teen turn, ah
proceeds f romthe affair will go to
the Junior Baseball fund.
Capt. C. E. Mott Wins
With 'Sputnik The 'Decoy' .' 7
According to the voters of the
members of the' Isthmian Toast Toast-mastura
mastura Toast-mastura Huh. Cilnt. Carleton E.
Mott, US Navy, Deputy Chief of
Staff, CUNCAKU5,:, gave me nesi
speech at their last regular meet-
ing. tapt.Motl simulated present presenting
ing presenting a speech on a radio television
simulcast. His subiect, "Sput
nik The Decoy" was appropnat-
ely intended to represent. an Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces Day type of speech.
Mr Pant J, Mnran. USARCAB1B
Comptroller's Office, won the top
award for peine thi cuiQ memoer
whose speech shbwed the most
The Isthmian Toastmasters Club
will hold its next regular meeting
at 6:30 p.m.. July 1 in the Fern
Room of the.Tivoli Guest House.
Out of twon menbers and guests
are cordially invited to attend. For
information call Commander Tay Taylor
lor Taylor Navy 2434 or 2410. t
Visiting in New Yerk t?
Mis Fvo Vivian F.isPnmann.
(laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Elsenmann of Panama, is spend-
intr her varat.inn in th St.at.es and
is now visiting relatives in Great
Neck, Long Island.
Chinese Women's Leaoue v.
To Meet with Mrs. Asyn :
The monthly social gatnermg ot
the Chinese Women's League in
Panama will take"blace at the hous
of Mrs. Alberto H Asyn, Secretary
of the League, Friday June zu,
from 5:00 p.m. All members are
urged to attend.. Refreshment will
be served. J
i (CONTINUED ON iAGE FIVE)
.Qha lonlrod t.n ho nhoilt 1R and
she was trying her best to find a
birthday gift iOr her mother.
Ino matter what the saleswom.
an suggested, as she tried to look
at it through her mother's eyes,
she saw some flaw. .,
MISS MIDNIGHTS. NOTEBOOK
Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller
were robbed the other day, bat
the thieves concea.rated on prac practical
tical practical loot Lke vypewnter and paint
ings rather more glamorous items
such as Marilyn's furs and jewels
..Shelley Winters was supposed to
fly to Rome to join Tony Franciosa
fparc ch unn't he able to make
the trip because she's committed
to a Summer stock tour in "Cat
on a Hot Tin Roof."
Friends predict Tony will, be
furious if she really does cancel
the reunion... Adlai Stevenson and
key Democratic leaders are sched scheduled
uled scheduled to stage a bush-hush meeting
in Chicago soon after Labor Da.
Topic A: Should Adlai try again
fnr NiA TtriripnfV r..
Warner LeRoy,' producer cf
"Gardner District," has been dat
ing Mainbocher mooei jamce
Murray since his spit with Henry
FnnHa'c rianffhtpr. Jane.. Lionel
Hampton's official fee for opemcg
the season at the Concard Hoil
is impressive $10,000 for a two-
hour gig over ine juij week weekend.'
end.' weekend.' .' -. :
Shakespeare in Connecticut may
hi nsur twiit thii Summer.
Beautiful Inga Swenson who'll play
Ophelia In the American Shakes Shakes-Festival
Festival Shakes-Festival nrndiicMon of "Ha
let," believes the girl the1 Melan Melancholy
choly Melancholy Dane put down hasn't been
protrayed properly. think: she's
a very sexy cnaracier ana mat s
the way I intend to play ner.
to corkscrew into those
backs in her t: ;m skirts.
Citv desks nudu cntck on Ma-
rip pul-Pi1 nnp nf thp h!"hpet.cni.
ned models. In.imates suipect she
rpppntlv hpi-imp thp hrulp nf i
French count... Newest beauty gad-.
get to oecome popular in muy
wood is the face g.ru.e. Made of
lea. her, it's strapped to milady's
face before retires (sounds like a
dir.y trick on husbands, doesn t
it?) and keeps the skin pulled
back tightly while she slumbers-
It's boing a long time since a
blues' singer has wowed the cus customers
tomers customers the way Dakota Staen is
doing at the Villg Vanguard.
Her version of "Taint No Ue"
is spine-tingling... Josanne Me Me-rini,,who
rini,,who Me-rini,,who made the front pages
a few years ago when her 'en 'engagement"
gagement" 'engagement" to Marlon Brando wt
announced, finally makes her
movie debut in "Kings Ge
Forth." But look fast. Her part
is se small the studio didn't
even bother to make any indivi individual
dual individual stills et her .' ; ;
': The honeymoon nhvinuslv isn't
nver fnr. FHith AHamt and f.rnie
Kovacs. They were hugging and
kissing all through the premiere ol
"The Vikings".., a new burlesqua
queen-or at least t: burlesque
queen with a new name calls her
self Anay wame.
Fin oil v thp -03VA tin trvinn to
find a gift that would please abd
said tn the clerk. "I'll take that
and let her exchange it. That's
wnn my dad always does.
-If you don't -want your own hus husband
band husband and children to find that
buying a gift for you is a chore in
stead of a pleasure. De sure mat
you always receive their f ifti with
anntiph nt.hnaiastie ; tileaunre tn
make them 'eel that they've bought
you exact y wuai yuu inusi wain-
Even If the gift is the last thing.
in thp uinrld unit urnnld havp
bought .1 for yourself, smile '. with
pleasre when yof or"n ann
wear it or. use it .with loving
pride. . ,
Yes! . talented Heinz chefs take as much, care
as the finest h6nle cooks to co'ai out the full,' satis-'
tying flavor, of .this sucQulent. dish! Rich,. juifJC
Heinz Beans give you more enjoyment every time,
Sit down to a piping "hot" plale of Heinz Beans
, today, acb plump, morsel, so. goldenrbrown ani j
invitine. is fairly bursting with mellow goodness.
and these Home-style beans are steeped in the most :? ;
delightful .sauce Heinz can creates Your whole
' ........ ..... -.. ...... v :t. ...
.family will love Heinz Beans!
Show dixannointment with a flift.
or ask, if you may return it for
sometb'nt; vou'. really PBea, ana
you'll k'U the oleasure those "who
love ymt shou'd take in bringing
you gilts., i i
. v. t j
: Any woman : ought to be sensi sensitive
tive sensitive enough to the feelings of oth others
ers others to realize "that. And yet some
women ren t. They don t see tnat i
In rejectins a gift they refect the,
Nor do thev seem to realize that i
if they are hard to please, their j
husband and children win -.soon.
quit trying w piease niciu, a
vers the foAner Miss Sweden.
Cary Grant's thoughtfulness to
Inorld Beroman in the midst of
II her recent troubles is being
duplicated with his solicitude for
friend Suxy Parker, He's been
long-distancing Florida to check
on her progress in the hospital
there... George De Witt has de decided
cided decided to become businessman
as well as a comedian. He's
formirtg a company titled Dealt
Unlimited, Inc., designed to
bring together people with capi capital
tal capital and people with ideas but jio
" .Till Rt-' Tnhn rnrrpntlv amnflnxt
in "The Remarkable Mr, Penny-
pacicer," is a stuoy m irony, since
she's only 17, she fall; into the
"child a c trees" category and must
be provided with a teacher and
chaperone every day she) works at
the studio. But she lives her priv private
ate private lifp nn an adult level: at ore-
sent she's involved in securing a
divorce ana is tne xavoriie, oate
of BarbaraHution speedly son,N
i The stags at El : Morocco can
ppt readv for a treat: Nicole Fran
cis, the curvaceous Parisienne who
understudied Bngrtte Bardot in
"And God Lreatea woman. is
being imported by Art Ford for an
appearance on his TV show, Jaa
Party' and they're bound to make
the zebra-stripes scene. Art aiso
hopes to negotiate a movie con
tract for la belle," although she
dnpsn't kweaki miich the 'English.
Thpr wsi' iti histnrift meeting
in sardrs tne otner nignt: turiy
Perkins spotted Vaa Cliburn and
rushed over W talk to him..Night
club doormen, and other 'rained
observers, notice that when Mariene
niptriph fa ahnnt. tn take a -' can
she usually asks here escort to get
Sally Ann Howes, the new Ll
in 'M Vain l.anv 1 hat hppn in
vflpd tn tpst. her PYtra-spnSnrv a
DUiaes lur a iusiuie appeiantc
on the upcoming TV show "ESP"
There have been indications that
chp'c nsvrhip Thp saddpxt pvamillp
occurred two years ago wnen sup
had a sudden premonition that her
fianpp nvat nhntncrranhpr Rarnn
Nahiim waa dvintf Khp rpaphpd
him minutes alter ne naa aiea ot
a near: attack". '.
July 4 Weekend
lour (o Miami
in first. It makes it easier for her reservation,
The VSQ-JWB Armed: forces
Service .Center if offering a tour
for the extended lndependence Day
, am a- 11 U :
weexna to miami cacu oe.m
nintf Thiirsdav:. Julv. 3 and xtend
Ino tn Mnhdav .Tulv 7: returninB
In time, practically, for work; at
thp nffit-P. l' J y '
'Thp' nrire. In Iceeninff with the
USO-JWB policy of the bes trips
tor ine minimum cost ior service
man nd Hpnpadpnt.i t
whlphl nplndpa tntind-trm airline
. .. ..
passage, transter to, tne noiei, a
residential f island swa er cruise
tour-,' ane..a double occupincy
room at the Allison Hotel -la Mia Miami
mi Miami Beach. ; v,; ;
The program, a arranged'. Is
the following: t J
: Persons interested in making the
trip may telephone the USO-JWB,
Balboa 107Z, tor iniorma wn anu
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North and South vulnerable
North East South Wtoi
IV 3 4 4 4 4
8 3 Pass Pass
t Pass Ptst ; t A
Pass Pass Double Pass
7 Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead A K
IE.-,. n city
lt Term notion
7 Arm part
t t'.itt ton ef
,1 ft rta
19 Allowance for
13 FuS up
14 Tree cutter
II Fin powder
I? .,:f V' Kardy heroine 37 Marble
23 Mediterranean r Revtrendl 40 Simple
1 ab. 41Craft
ill cond edition :t Masculine 42 Father (Fr.)
' arot at on
J L J L
30 Mounrif used
2J.Century plant 31 Orntmental
24 Prevaricator. atamps
Larrpnv Iui dopi nnt confine
nis tricKs xo the play ol u
cards. His deceptive, bidding,'is: a
thing of beauty. "
' His' DarLner hannened' to bp 'a
conservative bidder and when he
was able to bid four diamonds
over East s preemptive three-spade
bid. Lou decided that he had to
have a side ace for the bid. When
Wpct nut tn a fmir.anoda hid jtt
decided that his side had cinch
grand slam in diamonds but that
fcast and west undoubtedly had a
crnnn lava in ananoa t
. An nrdinarv hiddpr miehf have
jumped right to seven diamonds
or n avpn oossum wtin a am.nai-
mond hit! onlv Imi Went orip xleu
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iunner wun me quiei lacuci, ne
simply Did live diamonds!
. Lou had a brief anxious moment
and then East ipbliged with a five
spade bid. This was passed around
to lu ano ne went on to six aia
. y.aot and South both Massed and
Lou had another anxVius moment
until West cot into the swing and
went on to six spades.
Uiu passed ms Did., tie anew
bis partner would act' and h
partner did. He doubled the six
spade bid. When it came around
to Lou he went on to tne sevtn
diamonds he had been heading for
all the time.
Easts looked at Lou suspicious
ly. He wondered what Lou .was
up to. Then he looked at his guar-
ad: nuppn of hearts and. ace 1 of
spades. Maybe he had defense M
ter all. In any event,; Bast passei
and 10 did West. A spade was
opened and South spread his hand.
East and We: would have been
down only five1 or minus 900 at
seven spades. 1
33 Cook in an
v34 Elude i'":
3I Hirelin.i v
31 Measures ef
t paper :
141 Mimics ''
41 Love god
54 Plays host to
55 Make possible
, 3 Notion :
4 Violent storm
44 Bodies of
47 Chest bones
41 Shield bearinf
51 Goddess of
S3 Compass point.
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West North East Sooth
I A Pass v?5
You, South, hold: "'' t t-AKZ
AKZ t-AKZ tJ4 fAQlK KI7 5!
What do you do? r
' A-Bld IhTM .trams. T!
have to take a chance en the
heart suit. t ,
Your partner continues by bid
ding four clubs. What do you do
' Answer Monday
By. MKS. MURIEL LAWRINCI
Vnr hpr hlrthdav Mrs: f!'a sister
had apnt har an pynpnsivp flower.
ed silk blouse. She'd worn it once
for lunch in town with ner hus.
band and his. most important busi.
She made this point when her
16-year.old daughter, asked to bor.
row it; But Marge's resentful dis dis-aooointment
aooointment dis-aooointment at her "No" made her
She could almost near marge
thinkinff "aa vnu are old and I am
vouncr. vour blouse would look nic.
er en me than it does on -you.
How: mean, you are not to lena
tn v-.i" Sn ah rallpd Marce back
to the kitchen and aid she' chang.
ed her jnind. .,,".'..
That evening after Marge had
left with her date, Mrs., C. became
pAnar nm nf a nam in ner .snouta.
vv....u. r .
er. "It's my -bursitis again,- sne
told Mr. C. and went, upstairs to
.' .a .- J '.. t. ,r
apply a neaung paa. ; v
But even as the pad's warmth
eomforted her aching shoulder,, her
unfelt .anger at Marge's aggres.
sion was saying to her, "Y i are
getting arthritis like your mother.
In a couple of years 70u"I proh.
ably be, crippled and j helpls
Won't that be nice for John? V'
For this is often the way unfelt
anger works; in grownups. It tor tor-menti
menti tor-menti children who; dare not tell
us how mad they are with hed.
time fears ot lions and werewolves
But, when we dare no; voice, our
anger at someone, it wil torment
us with grown.up vision! of punish,
mnt .hp wished tn eive her fath.
er, we don't have to. We don't
have to emulate otner m uuen m
her time who, denied ; tne K mn
thav Muanfpd pxrjressed their un-
maidenly rage by declining into
imaginary aiseaaes iuhhvum's w
the local graveyard.
Use it on rice! See how
delicious it is with sea.
food, spaghetti, meat,
eggs', salads every-1
Add Maggi Ketchup to:
all your meals a h J
everybody will be de-
lighted. 4 ;
,r- '"' T
.,r4Li w..'-t, .a... f
Indeed, when we consider thi
nil m hpr nf Viptnrian ladipc ht rn.
sorted to invalid couches, fa intmj
spells and graveyears whenevel
they got mad, we should think;
"Though much is wrong with Uiii
20th Century world,, thank God ll
permits us to know when w-j'ri
The) pain in Mri. C'l shouldel
is the pain the wants to inflict on
Vcbash Smasbj v ;
VINCENNES, Ind. (UPI) -Thi
Wabash River's .mighty f 1 o o l
crest smashed through three mori
levees and powered, its way to
ward the embattled, history c it J ;
, In Washington, the Small Bust,
ness Administration came tc IndL
ana's aid by naming eight Hoosiel
counties flood disaster areas. .Gov,
Harold Handley had asked, thai
the whole state he .put under, thi
disaster heading. ;:
- Th Wahash. still on the in.
page after 10 days, went t.. gl
dikes at ismison, rrairieion, ana
Oaktown, upstream from Vin.
eennes.' Hundreds thousands ol
acres of rich cropland on both the
II inis and Indiana sides of thi
river were flooded or threatened
(The Wabash had burst througlt
levees at at least five points in M
hours a its crest swept the 60-
mile distance from Terre Haute
to Vincennes. At least 35 familiei
fled their -homes, 1Q0 long dis. ;
tance telephone circuits went" out :.
q commission, and National
jfrengthen the dikes In time,'
'Close to 75 Guardsmen were on
duty in 'the t danger zone, long
with 50 civil defense volunteers,' k
Uiw "Scnla Rosa" Receives I! w York's
Trcii;!ia:l Wclecmo Mond3y, Juns 16Ih
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ONLV'6 HOURS LOWESt FARES
Connections In Mexico for all of North America
CONSULT YOUR TRAVEL AGENT
'TELS. 3-1057 .A 3-1698
If there is a line behind you at
a ea eteria, don't stahd around de.
ciding what you want to .eat.
Make your. selection quickly ;
that the line can move quickly,
After a l, wnat you eat wr one
meal isn't such a momentous de decision.
cision. decision. b-
a n Li n n n
DY 1.1V TkATiV.I:iT.
, 'Tour skin hm million a of porta
wher (rerma hide, eaualnt Itch, pain,
peeling, acne, blackheads, ringwqrm.
etc. Ordlnpry reaiediea only jive mo- ;
mantary relief because they don't kill
the forms that are the real cause ef
o many akin troubles, Nlxoderm
kills then germs and makes your akin
smoother, clearer, softer and more,
'drugstore today, -and get rid of the
rauuuHW your sma, uuuoiea
n..i. Tlna'a now Santa ROSa.
the first ship built under' the
goyernmtnt and ? maritime in
dustry Iieei -replace weii v
gram.' received the ...'.traditional,
welcome at her home port when
shs arrived m Hew WK naroor
, imnM thnu Tin hoard were s
Louis S. Rothschild, under .sec
retary or uommerce ior vrna-
. .'ii.,.! ttahiw Vanvne aeolcfaa
an v weva wwa, ,i --
international kffairs: Sen. John
Marshall sutler tn.-Mo.. -nep.
Herbert C,. Bonner (D.-S.C.)--Chairman.
Mechant Marine and
Fisheries Committee; Pen : H.
Guill w vice chairman, reaeraj
Maritime -a Board:. Thomas, E.
otnVim tinri Roar- Arim. Henrv
C. PerKina u. o. i;oasi vubi
commandant. 3rd District,
Thm firapn mariftiri'ment Was
anMuntsd nn hoarrt tiV J. Peter
iGrace. president of the lines
narent comPRny, w. k. urace c
Co., and by Lewis ,A Laonam,
president ol araceunc lno j
The new liner carries on a
name that has been borne
honorablw In peace and war bv
hw nrarlocesKDr which, in 28
years, has completed more than
406 voyafces from the Port of
New York. The new Santa Rosa;
will toe adding her mueaKe to..
a Grace Line "sania-. neei ui ?
hat sailed- more than 22-milllon
miles since the war over inter-
American trade routes. Hert
regular Itinerary, covers Cura
cao, U. W. I.; La uuaira. vene-
zyela: Klnuston. Jamaica: Nas-;
saju. Bahamas: and Port Ever-
Blades, 'Florida. It will be the
first mslor privately owned,
American-flag passenger shir
built for', western em:spnere f
service since her predecessor
and sister -ships oi ine eany ;
1980's. . 1
i Comraaridirig the Santa Rosa
Is Capt; Frank SSiwik. 28 years
with : the Line., who -can loolt
back to the day it November,
1932, when he sailed. as .funior
third, officer on the maiden
voyage of another Santa Rosa. ;
Alhert E. Hunter, chief en- k
eineer. ana juuan a, ramcius,
chief purser, both have many
year di .service ; on tne- new
aViin'c nwfiprpssnr. while Thomas
.Kellyi chief steward, keeps in- ?i
tact' a record oi navirw servea ;
on everv current Grace Line
passenecr- ?hip. .,
Mom Uses Mexana On Mel
, Mexana prevented diaper rash in over
95 of hospital case tasted 1 No ordi ordinary
nary ordinary powder, it's medicated, antiseptic,
hat absorbent cornstarch base. Clings
close, prevent! heat run, chafe, too.
Use afitr tvtry chant t.
Ittedicated Mtxana Skin Cream helps heal
aklergenl hands. Its gtntle lanolin softsM
q, .WVH lH) 'T
MOW CUTICtmA iALGUD
Actc likp Wagic
It's the softest, finest, most delightfully
fragrant talcum you can buy. At the same
time it is lastingly deodorant and antisep antiseptic.
tic. antiseptic. Yes, magical C-8 (Hexachlorophene) )
in new Cuticura Talcum keeps the skin
fresh and sweet, relieves sunburn, prevents
and relieves heat rashes and other skin.
Irritations. Wonderful for baby and every everyone.
one. everyone. Buy Cuticura Talcum today.
, I ...
Miss K'ii MaJuro
Horn for Vacation
who has com-i
Miss Rita Maduro,
uleted her minor year at Skid more
College in Saratoga SpringsV'Jf.Yvof the Red Cross buiWing in Cris Cris-returned
returned Cris-returned recently to spend her va-jtobat on Monday and Thursday,
rvinn witn her Barents. Mr. and
"Mrs. Frederick .Maduro of Cam-i
nrr. ch .nmtuninit
hv her father whn rettirned from:$S.OO for non members. Mrs. 13;
a trip to the States., .J
Gcia ntw KnouKVfc KANK -r At a ceremony -.conducted by,
Col. Raymond L. Hill, USARCARIB engineer. Ma. Walter &
Moeller received ofheial recognition Nan his promotion to the
rank of lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Artny Reserve.. Mc Jllpr's.
active Uity assignment here Is chief of the buildings and
grounds branch, Engineer Section. Here Mrs. Moeller pins on
a silver oak leaf which was presented by Hill.
(U.S. Army I'hoto)
I .v-; r,-,t! i'w,mn ,
I 4 n J '-. '-I-
REGULAR ARMY APPOINTMENT Maj.-Frank J. ffansen,
8-3 officer of the 764th AAA Battalion, Fort Clayton.-.-recelves
congratulations from Brig. Gen. Milton L. Ogden, commanding
general, V.S. Army Caribbean, as the major receives. notice ot
selection for the Regular Army. He was -named ,t& tht rank
of captain In Artillery, and will remain on active duty as an
.' Artillery major. (U.S. Army Photo -.
Fifih Yesr To Be'
I!3W Balsa Classes
Arthur '. Mokray,' civilian 1 em em-'ploye
'ploye em-'ploye of the Signal Corps, U.S:
Army Caribbean, celebrates his
filth year, as volunteer instructor
in batea ''design and decoration
at the USO-JWB Armed Forces
Tonigfit begins still another
eyele of classes initialed by Mok
ray who is fortunate in being able
to utilize the services of his wife,
Service personnel and dependents
and the general public of the Canal
Zone and the Republic of Panama
are cordially invited to join the
classes which begin tonight at 7:30
Spls Cnr Club
Bill Brown of Curundu was elecl elecl-d
d elecl-d secretary of the Istamian
Sports Car Club at the last month
ly meetings He will replace th re
tiring secretary. Bob Harvey..
It was announced that the next
event would be a gymkhana and
time, trials to be hell at Pacora
Sunday. All those interested are to
meet a. 9 a.m. at O.K. Ami,?o,
across from the 1 Panama Hilt Hilton.
It was also announced during
tne meeting that tne annual two
day rally to Chitre would be held
ver the weekend of July 4.
Anyone interested in sporls ear
activities in the Canal Zone or Pa Panama
nama Panama can ; call Bud Weishaar,
Navy 2285, for information.
START TO PAY
NEW YORK (UPI) Bolivia
has made available funds in the
U. S. for the resumption of serv
ice on its dollar bond debt of
$56,278,000 in : default since tii
CUT LEAD OUTPUT
MONTREAL- (UPI) Consoli Consolidated
dated Consolidated 'Mi ling a Smelting Co. cf
Canada plans to'curtail lead pro production
duction production 20 per cent at its refinery
in trail, British Columbia, because
of depressed markets. v
I Cristobal Wsnwi'i
The Cristobal Woman's Club will
sponsor four daytime lessons in
Batea paintm in the dub room
'June ii. 6U an. uiy i start
inff a. 1 p.m. .The fee will be S3,
fnr mpmberi and their family and
iTinnin will be the instructor,
H i -V ";l
When "you travel, youf- beatfly
equipment goes with you. of
course. But don't 'feel that you
need every gadget under th r.in
just because you'll be "sway from
home. Experienced ; travelers tak
along small sizes 'of their favor favor-.i.e
.i.e favor-.i.e cosmetics or spoon some of
the large size into a plastic Jar.
Take along a hairbrush- in; a
Smaller size than the one you
use at home. Don't pack wads of
cleansing tissues; -they're soid
nearly every place in the world.
(But do make a list of the
things v you'll need to feel both
prettyi and comfortable and see
that they're' all in your suitcase,
Shampoon now comes in tube
form and In plastic throw-away
container holding just enough for
two shampoos1 Remember to take1
your own soap and "washcloth;
you'll be more comfortable if you
do and neither takes' up much
room iri a suitcase.
The bride whb glows' on her
wedding day is' the one who has
not run herself ragged in the
weeks preceding the wedding
She's the one who made an orderly-list
of- things to be done,
who got to appointments" on time,
who spaced both showers and
shopping-so thai he had suffi sufficient
cient sufficient time 6r rest.
. She's the one who allowed e e-nough
nough e-nough time for everything, thus a
voiding those last-minute disasters
with fi.tings. -She's the one who
delegated work to- helpful friends
and la mily rather'. than trying ,to
do everything herself.
She's the one '"who" realized that
a girl can't have everything and
'.hat therefore she couldn't have
late hours and a fresh, pretty
face v pn her wedding day, ahe
wisely chose to look radiant oa-the-
big day and to let the late
parties go by. She's glad she
made the? choice; for her wedding
pictures show her to" be the love love-liest
liest love-liest bride ever.
If you want to keep your body
lithe and limbef, stretch. Animals
do it instinctively on awaking. So
And if you don't much care for
the idea of regular set Jig-up ex
erci.fe, a series of stretching and
bending exercises will ; do' you
worlds of good. Good tor th fig-,
ure, good for the health 'good, for
a feeling of well-being.'- 1
"Touch the floor; reach for" the!"
eeiling; hnd -lown -sidewav.
And stretch so that you teel the
musrles pulling. v - .
tack notice far Incluits i Se
celum tHsula' ke ivbi"it)t4 in
m-wri!tia term ast mnl4 ee
Ike- tea attmbct l,sd daily "Sa "Sadat
dat "Sadat ana Oiaerwtja," er e'tliveree'
tune" re the Hica, Holm at
Meetings cannot- ee acctr'sd k
O. A. Mtttino
The Catholic Daughters of Ame
rica, Court Our Laoy of the Mira
colous Medal No. 874, will, hold
their regular monthly meeting to tonight
night tonight at the Knights of Columbus
Hall in Margarita, at 7:30 p.m.
There will be election of Sentinel
nd installation of new officers. All
members are urged to be present.
" Mr. Ellis L. Fawceit, President
of .he Paraiso civic council iiaj
calleda special meeting of all
council men in thet own ot Paraiso
this evening (Thursday) at .7:30
p.m. to be Held in- the music room
of the Paraiso High School. Very
impor-ant matters will be discus discussed.
sed. discussed. l qFo Woman
$y 171a ry (Prim e.
NEWYORK (UPIJ Men, want
the home-sweet-home atmosphere
around them even when they're
away from home.
That's why Arthur Finn, an in.
terior designer, -never creates a
masculine atmosphere when dec.
orating rooms : for 11 hotelsi
(owned by the Mangtr chain).
"Men use hotel rooms more i
than women because o. business
trips, but I don't design for men.
They don t get .i deep masculine
colors and heavy masculine lur.
hiture at home, because their
wives do the decorating. So we
try to give 'them that same feel.
ing in hotels," said Finn,: who has
owned a a, architecture : and ,de.
sign firm, for 10 years. -"
He decorates two or three hoqs.
es a year ("only anes I'm very
interested in personally"), has
done private yachts and an ocean
liner and is starting work on
100,000 square feet of 'offices in
a nuclear, researh laboratory.-
To. make hotel rooms homey,
Finn sticks -to the standard ex.
posure rule cool colors for south,
em exposures and warm colors
for roms with nrthern 1 windws.
Men are more concerned with
cleanliness and 'convfmcr'ce thas
Service,, ha.r 1 94-iLJW'daD.'t
mind doing some things lor them,
selves. Fot' mstaiice,"'thfey don't
want a 'room' to" look like a bed.
room, so they're willing to pull
out the studto behalf night.'.'
Other features geared for men's
likes inc ude good shaving lights
and outlets, plenty of' large tow.
els, terry cloth robes and phones
in bathrooms, m;
One concession, tp -the ladies
hook? over -tubs, or showers to
hold our wash ji. wear", laundry
"People are bigger today than
they were 20 years go," Finn
said. "Hotel beds are larger and
wiqer, ?gna mattresses are .bard.
er. ine son, down mattress is ,a
thing of the past because every
body, seems to have back trou
"We' also use- single beds now.
1 haven t put a doube bed in a
hotel in the past Id yejrs, except
U L. I 1 1' f V.
wiien tne uea is usea u i win
in a large, luxurious room," he
Finn, who has three children.
lives in Larchmont N.Y., sails in
his spare time,- and designs fur.
mture for his house.
' pid he decorate his home, too?
' "No, I' can't afford mei' Be
Ilclj) Yourself to
' fa I tndafwrk
The juices of 8 diTTerent garden
fresh vegetables are blended into
this famous drink. You'll love its
lively flavor, and thrive on its
vitamin-packed goodness. At
mealtime or between r;:ea!tV-8
jives you the refreshment (pJ
you want, and the nourish-1
- ment you naed.
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ai HmlVft br aa,!i mfoit riilttga.
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. A MEAL far Father's Day that Dad wlll'long remember: stand stand-Int
Int stand-Int rib mst, earn skillet, plus, avocado and anion salad.
sjy GAYNOR MADDOX '--
. ?t . , NEA Faod Editor.
.-Sardines '.and .fresh .vegetables
make a delicious hanxts across
the continent combination. .Witu
Richard E. Seed of the Maine. Sar.
dine Council, we sailed u p the
Maine coast observing firsthand
that state's crowing sardine Indus.
try the. production of top quaU'-
y and-relative y. low, fat; protein
at little v cost. y
Also:, with Alan T. HaiPP of the
United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable
Association, we drove for 10 days
through fertile California' and A
rizona, seeing mile after mile o."
fruit and vegetable productioil.
So what should an au-Amen.
cans food- editor do?: The answer
LIGHTNING KILLS FOUR
TOKYO UPIH-Llghtning killed
four Japanese1' and injur'' two
others vesterdav durmg storms in
widely scattered parts of Japan,
police reported today.
pciubb,.-World War JI 'WAC
sergeant, becomes the first
! woman commander' of Bentley
'American Legion PosCCincin-i
inati, Ohio." The former WACl.
now maneuver in the business ;
world as a travel agent.' ',"
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reed your dog
f List tS l
.'is delioicsu'y simple -- combine
saraines iroin Maine's chilly wa
ter$ with produce .rora Hu West's
sun-drenched acres.. .- ;.-
(Yield:; 4 servings)
1 Two firm avocados, one 3 1-4 lo
4-ounce carf Maine sardines. 1 can
crabmeat, flaked; .Vi cup chopped
i-eiery, 4 lauiespuuiis mayonnaise.
: Cut avodcados in half and re remove
move remove seed.. Scoop some, of the a a-vocado
vocado a-vocado pulp from each half, leav.
ing about V inch pulp around sides
and bottom. Mash drained sardi.
nes, add crabmeat.. celery and
mayonnaise-Pi e mixture into
each pear ball. Bake in 350 dej
grees F. oven fpr about IS min minutes.
utes. minutes. ; K ,
- Stuffed Onions
(Yialdi 4.5 servinos)
' f Si f t Y 1 si
: .a our to r; large sweet onions,
one i i-i lo 4-ounce can Maine sar,
dines, drained 2 tablespoons Ched.
dar cheese, spread, 1 cyp soft bread
crumbs, 1 teaspoon Worcestershire
sauce, 1 egg, -,. -, -r,.
Parboil onions', about 10 minutes.
Remove centers, leaving 3.1 inch
outside to i'orm cup. Drain centers
and chop. Mash sardines. com.
bine with chopped onion and re.
mainlng Ingredients. I Fill onion
cups with mixture and bake ; in
moderate '(150 degrees f.) oven
for 15-20 jnlnutes. (J.
Jardino Stuffed Temaioes
.; ';v (Serves 4.1) j
Four to 5 firm, tomatoes, two I
14 to 4.ounce Cans Maine sardines,
4 hard cooked eggs, chopped, 1
cup prepared stuffing mix, 1 tea.
spoon salt,. 1 : teaspoon, dry mu.
stard, 1 tablespoon chopped pari,
ley. hv ),;, ,;, ?
v Scoo pulp from' tomatoes and
save.. Drain., sardines and set aside
4 or 5 for garnish. Mash remain.
Ing sardines, add tomato pulp and
remaining ingredients. Mix well
and ii'l tomatoes with mixture.
Bake in 350 degrees F. even for
15-20 minutes, Csrmsh esch torn a
to with a whole sardine before sav.
. Your dog gets us much satis-., ;
- faction from Ken-L-Ration
as you do frpnj.your own
. meal. This thrifty food gives
him tender, juicy, lean horse 1
meat that's inspected by the
t?.S'. Government ,to guar-,
' antee quality; Ken-L-Ratioa
is hearty, flavorful, and a.
; complete, well-balanced
' food. It contains every pro protein,
tein, protein, vitamin and mineral
your dog needs to .stay
healthy.. Get Ken-L-Ratioa
, todayl ', 1 ;
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TOKYO UPI) A bride has
been chosen for Japinese Crown i
Prince Akihito but unlike his fore,
bears in the wor d's oldest ruling
dynasty he may have had a part
in picking her, reliable sources
The sources told United Press
International that the engagement
would be announced Sunday.
A score of names have figured
prominently in speculation about
the woman who would become the
next empress of Japan but rumor
favored pretty Hatsuko Kitashira Kitashira-kawa,
kawa, Kitashira-kawa, 18, a former imperial prin princess.
cess. princess. .... v .. .
Although the great granddaught.
er e? the Emperior Meiji, she has
been a commoner since the end
of the war when all titles of no.,
bility, except for the immediate
royal fami'y, were abolished.
Imperial household officials, ex.
pressed surprise about the en:
gagement reoort and a spokes spokesman
man spokesman for the Kitashirakawa house,
hold' declared. "The whole thing
is news lo us." .
No one in a position to know
sportsman prince feeis about the
Women considered eligible to be
his bride. But it was said that his
wishes have been takes into con consideration.
sideration. consideration. If so. it probabl? is the first
time in Japanese history that love
has been considered while arrang.
ing an imieria marriage. The
brides and grooms of princess and
princessess always have been
chosen for them.
Cu!s 75 Percent
01 Tsr Fumes; Tasfe
PARIS IlPn Dr. Jean Paraf
told the French Academy of bci.
ences toaay ne nas louno a
sensational new filter which
cut 7$ per cent of the a legedly
cancer-causing tar tumes out ot
cigarette smoke. ,.
But' it also cuts out 75 per, cent
nf : t.h flavnr finnnrHinff In- a
quick, informal survey of smok
Iq dry, technical terms Paraf
told his austere,, scientific audi,
ence that his filter was a vast
improvement over current ones
which, he said, eliminate only 25
per cent of the tar fames..
-The new filter is made of cotton
impregnated with polymerized
furfural, a tar solvent commonly
used in the petro eum industry.
Paraf said his filter is wore e
fective because the tar fumes in
cigarette smok combine in large
quantities with the -furfural aad
stay in the filter.- (. s
When he concluded hjs reoort,
a distinguished-looking academy
member rose from his seat in the
audience and asked pointblank
whether the filter changed' the
taste of cigarette smoke: v.
Paraf replied that in the opin.
ion of himself and his collabora.
tors, it did not.
But a group of unscientific smo.
kers who tried the filter later did
not a g r e e.- The' concensus was
that it gave the cigarettes "a fun.
ny taste."' i
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- international chanteuse
' twice nightly' ,.'
in The Bella Vista
CARRUGAN, the Swadljh milk diet
Lose Up Z feuaidi Day -,
CARRUGAN milk is similar to cream and
fills your" ttorhaeh completely. The flavor,
which It 'slightly, sour, and fizzy' will,
appeal even to those' who dislike milk.
The effect f CARRUGAN diet can be
teert immediately. Foe every day of CAR CARRUGAN
RUGAN CARRUGAN diet' you will, lose about, two
Overweight Is bad for your health, for
your heart jind yeuf other ergans, as it
overworks and ages thtm before their
time. The CARRUGAN diet brings you
back to ytmr normal waiphr, eliminating
the danger, of everwtlght. ,
A Watural fhenemenen
There la a difference between reducing
and losing weight. The Swedish rnilk diet
will make you lose weight without the
use, ef drugs. CARRUGAN acts as e
natural way and does not cause any dis disturbances.
turbances. disturbances. la Whatever Yea Wise ...
The 'CARRUGAN, diet gives your body
loral SjjraijS oCcave
jou ragrantfij. Coot
For the warmer months, a light floral fragrance is a necessity. ";'
-This girl picks a new lotion in black narcissus' scent, It can
1 be used with or without atomizer spray. 1
By ALICIA HART
NEA Beauty Editor
Late spring and early summer
call bo h ffor a change in ;the
frangrances you use and in meth methods
ods methods i f .applying them, too, Even
though you do use an exotic per
fume applied to pulse spots dur
ing i! the cold months, warmer
weather calls for something light lighter.
er. lighter. i i t .v. -, ,r
I; also calls for scent sprayei
in a cloud. You'll feel .cooler, and
so will people who look at you.
Actually,, a spray is a very effi efficient
cient efficient way of applying fragrance
at any. time. t
gacg in tavor tins year are tue
floral scents, carnation lity of the
valley, black, narc'tus7 Many
women prefer them lor summer
use and carry oul an entire
theme in dusting power, sachet
and hath sails or oil.
New on these shpres. Is black
Here at headquarters for
, PRpTOlity hand
: topis you; will find ,all
' types for all uses-from -tiny
screwdrivers to giant
vreriches..Aod every; one
is designed to give better,"
5 safer, longer service.
Comein arid let us help you
electtb.e Ones ypu need
PAN ATI A AUTO Si A.
TEL. 355a .
i reduce wh'ilt eating everything you
, biological nutritional value. It also con.
' tains minerals and the essential vitamins;
You alternate day with" normal food
intake with-one of, CARRUGAN' diet lr
order to avoid any dahger of deficiency
.or desnutritlon,'. v ,-
' f ...
The ley ef Life v '
r CARRUGAN increases your .metabolism
and eliminates all harmful substances
, from, your body. )t foes not reduce vour
energy; on the contrery- it gives vou
Sense of freshness end energy -which
pleasantly, accompanies this new milk
The Miner and the Scales
v Both 'will confirm what you have gained
in health and beauty with the CARRU
i.GAN diet. After having lost weight you
will, feel more sure of yourself and more
CARRUGAN Will Make Vow Save Money
. Every ,day you are on the CARRU3AN
Jiet vou will save because this diet costs
much. lass than normal food.'i
iuuk FAVORITE DRUGSTORE OR
narcissus seent in, lotion form, a
cross between perfume and toilet
water. Packaged in; France, an
lotion comes, in 'a bo.tle wiui, a
tomizer to create and' appvfi'uis
cloud of cool and summery flor floral
al floral scenf.
. Easy Way to Kill
Roaches And Anlj
Sdcntlsti recommend thai you n.
trol roiches and ants the- modern
way with Vohmton'i NO-ROAI'H
Brushed Jut whera jrou want it
(tahle Igs, cabinets, sills, aspM)
tllei etc.), The rolnrlesa coattn kills
these pests. It's effective (ot months,
sanitary, and tasjr (a. n ... ,
S 01. 9c.r pint 1.69 at Bellh Vista
Bnpermarkot, and all local commis commissaries.
saries. commissaries. -i f r )
Haf a et-
IOCKITS AND ATTACIME"
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'Old' Psychologist 'r
Settles, Don Ddwa In
9th With Bases Loaded
; . X By MILTON
' NEW YORK, June 1
hew" Don .NewcomDe toaay creanen u an 10 mat
"old'' psychologist Bridie Tebbetts.
"Neweombe. had that new. tort
hi a lot of respects ia msm.. nc
- nitohinv in a Lincinoau uiu-
inr the first time, he was
' working, under tebbetts. for the
iirst time and when it was all o-
ver, he was winner for the first
time this season following : ., x
- straight losses with the Dodgers.
Big Newk, traded by the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers last Sunday, did it with a
" six-hit 6-1 victory-over- St. Lows
but he insisted that Tebbetts share
bis hour of triilmph; .:.
The canny Eedleg manager made
a apecial trip to the mound after
the Cardinals loaded the base on
three successive singles, with one
out in the ninth. : j ; :
"fknowjrou. .yoti are going
to finish fe; Tebbetts said.
'"Take your time. .Get in an
largument if you want to slow
f, Newcombe promptly retired
pinch bittert Jrv Noren and Ho Ho-i
i Ho-i bis Landrith to end the game. ;
"Walt Alston wouia nave na
1 mt out of thrt,r said the huj
I -UMJiatular. who fliVI OB th
Cards' only roA when Stan Mu
'sill tagged mm tor- n
homer in the first inning.
r.. irbii tied It with a homer
in the bottom of the first and Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati got all the rung Newk
needed with another pair ia the
third off loser Larry Jackson.
Newcombe drove-in th final run
in' the seventh.
Good as Newcombe was for th
Redlegs, the Dodgers did some
rejoicing of their own ever the
showing or rookie Stan Williams,
j who shut out the Philiegy J-Q, n
l0William out-duelled Robin Rob Roberts
erts Roberts for his aecond victory ljce
being, recalled from ,St., Paul. Bis
first triumph also was a shutout.
The game ; was marked by a
fifth-inning shower of beer v cans
from Philadelphia, fans, who didn t
let up until umfpire Rank Dabco Dabco-1:
1: Dabco-1: k..ii'anaii tn forfeit the game
to lAMeieaj-ne. 5apJ
im a!1m. The. uoroar : all
tanonWO-run nuuian -,...
-' of the fans, felt had curved foul.
'Carl Furillo made the Tumpus. a
purely academic one when he sin-gic-l
home another run m the
S1Whitey Lockman given a shange
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' WIRE TAPPER"
with B. Williams
(UPI) A beaming
Ha 1 "L -11 i 41 4.
to start when Willie Mays was
benched for the first time this
season, rapped out a 10th inning
sinele to eive the Giants a 2-1
win over the Pirates. ..
LocKmam's-i .single '. sent Bob
Friend down to his sixth setback
after he had v elded a single in
the 10th to Bob Schmidt and- a
walk to PaUl Giel. The winner
was Giel,' who gave up only four
hits and retired 16 straight bat batters,
ters, batters, before retiring in favor 1 of
Marv Grissom in' the bottom of
the 10th. Grissom set down the
last three batters in order to 'pre 'preserve
serve 'preserve Giel'f fir victory...
Eddie Mathews' 1t4h home run
was wiped out when rain caus caused
ed caused postponement f the Milwaukee-Chicago
. game "- with the'
Braves ahead : 1-0,! In the tee tee-end
end tee-end inning; The Braves still led
the National League ; by t w 0
Casey Stengel's parting message
before leaving New .York was
"watch our smoke on the road,"
and the Yankees made him look
good by taking their second
straight from the Cleveland : xa xa-dians,
dians, xa-dians, : 3-2i.i.v-t...iM..'r, ;;.v.;
Ati Ditmar got his first; start
ing assignment of the season and
turned it into his first victory; :;Ile
didn't allow a hit until the aixtd
when the Indians '; scored ; both
their 'runs but Byne Duren took
over in the seventh, retired the
last seven men in a row and
wrapped it up,
The Yanks scored all their runs
in the first inning off Jim (Mud (Mud-cat).
cat). (Mud-cat). Grant. Hank Bauer opened
the game with his sixth honrer,
Moose Skowron singled and El-1
ston Howard ..slammed his fifth
homer. Grant' allowed .only three
mor hits after that but the fam fam-age
age fam-age was done. v'';.;;;'
Milt Pappas, a 19-year-old fast-baller,.out-pitched
41-year-old Mur Mur-ry
ry Mur-ry i Dickson in Baltimore's 5-3 tri triumph
umph triumph over Kansas City,
The A's went ahead with two
runs in, the --first inning all they
ever Igot off .Pappas-but .GuiTrt
tied' the1 scori in tne sixth and
Pappas belted a double that pro produced,
duced, produced, the tiebreaker in the same
frame. He was credited with his
fourth victory 'although relieved in
the eighth by Arnia Portocarrero,
who gave up K.C.'i final run. Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore scored its final two runs
off relievers Jack Urman and
Bob Grim.'' V;-:4"v
, ; '.' ''''', :J. ''"""'V
; Beiten snaoned Chicago's four-
game winning streak, )34, with
a 15-hitJ attack that V included
homers by Marty Keough, Den
Bucdin, Jackie Jensen,' Frank
Malzone nd Ted Williams.-
Keoueh's homer in the first in
ning-was the1 first run off White
Sox pitching- in 33 consecutive .in .innings.
nings. .innings. He drove -in three runs as
did Williams and (Buddin. Ray
Boone hit' thr.ee-run homer tor
Chicago. Reliever Ike DelocK scor
id h a fourth victory witnoux
Run washed out the Detroit
Washington game in the fourth
inn n after: the senators naa ws
en a 3-Z Jeaa witn iiw neip w
Neil Chrisley s twp-run homer.
NEW YORK. -June 19 (UPI)
Garv- BiaviocK ana cai isrowimut;
pitched Rochester to within a game
of second'blace Toronto last night
by sweeping tne coinmDus jets m
an international jueaeue aouuiu
header. 3-0 and 8-2.
Toronto droppea ks encounter 10
, Blavlock and Bennie Daniels
were booked un in a screlesg duel
in the opener when the Red Cross
broke the game open with a three-
pin spurt in the ninth mning aiaea
bv Ray ft.au s two-run nomer,
Blavlock, who tossed a six-hitter,
chalked up his seventh win
eainst two setbacks.
Rochester came up with six runs
in the ninth inning of the night
cap to give Browning his seventh
vio;ory in 10 decisions.
Miami scored seven runs in the
first two innings against Toronto
as Don Cardwell picked, up his
seventh triumph against four los
ses. '-; k'-M--..--rir-.i-r-.''-
In other games, Richmond
trounced Buffalo, 8-1, and Havana
edged Montreal, 4-3.
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k LA REINA DEL
with. Jack Palanct
with John Payne
Weekly Swim Meet
Tomorrow At Balboa
Registration for children from
six to 16 years for the Balboa week weekly
ly weekly swim meets will be held tomor
row, r rway, Detween ana w a.
m. at the Balboa pool. ;
There will be no registration fee.
The age group in which each con contestant
testant contestant will compete will be de
termined bv the age he or she
rparhex hv Aue. 1 of this year,
The summer recreation boardr
In cooperation witn tne bcnoois ui ui-vision,
vision, ui-vision, will snonsor five meets
Jufie 27, July 11, July 18, Juiy 25
and Aug. 1.
Mrs. H. H Summerford. at Tel,
Balboa 4290, may be contacted for
further details. :
(Based en 125 official at bats)
; NATIONAL LEAGUE J
G ABRH Pet.
Mavs. S. Fco. 50 241 51 92 .382
Musial. St. L. .53 194 30 73 .376
Ashburn. Phila.. 56 218 36 73 .335
Green, St. I 49 150 22 5u .333
Crowe, Cinci. 40 129 12 43 .333
Cepeda, S.i Fee 59 238 43 79 .332
Skinner, Pitts. ; 54 206 41 67 .325
Dark, Chi. 43 172 18 55 .320
Banks. Chi. .,. 60 339 50 76 .318
Thomas. Pitts, r, 58 225 42 71 .316
Hoak, Cinci. 54 209 28 66 .316
. AMERICAN LEAGUE
Vernon. Cleve. 49 133 24 48 .361
Kuenn, Det. '
Ward, K. C. ,
Lollar, Chi. ..
Cerv, K. C.
47 180 25 61 .339
49 152 23 51 .336
58 232 33 77 .332
59 209 25 67 .321
52 177 22 55 .311
50 171 20 53 .310
55 204 45 63, 309
54 205 25 62 .302
47 172 26 52 .302
Banks, Cubs v '.
Walls, Cubs s J 1
Mays, Giants ;
Cepeda,' Giants' (
Jensen, Red" Sox 1
i Sievers, Senators ' 1
Mantle, Yankees '
Gernert, Red Sox 4
RUNS BATTED IN
.Thomas, Pirates .-u
Banks," Cubt s
( Mays, Giants
' Spencer; Giants
' American League
: Cerv, Athletics
Jensen, Red Sox
Gernert, Rex Sox
Skowron, Yankees -'
F. Boiling, Tigers
' Colavito Indian
'..;V.W.f':'?J '"A k ( 1
(Based en 5 decisions! 1
W L Pet
McMahon, 'Braves .,
Purkey, Redlegs -McCormick,
Phillips, .Giants-Phillips, Cubs
8 2 '.800
Larsen, Yankees 5
Ford, Yankees 8
Pappas, Orioles : 4
Hyde, Senators 4
Sullivan, Red Sox 4
DODGERS SIGN THREI
LOS ANGELES,' Calif. (UPI)
The Los Angeles Dodgers an
nounced Tuesday that they hsve
signed three college players players-catcher
catcher players-catcher outfielder Conrad Muna Muna-tones
tones Muna-tones and Ernest Rodriguez, from
UCLA, and outfielder Ron Cutter,
from Wilmington; Ohio, College.
TORONTO' SIGNS HURST
TORONTO (UPI) Bill Hurst,
a 6-7. 230-pound all-around athlete,
has been signed by the Toronto
Argonauts of the Canadian Foot Football
ball Football League. Hurst was a four four-letter
letter four-letter man at Middle Tennessee
State College. ;
Burt Lancaster la
Barbara Stanwyck In
"WITNESS TO MURDER"
' with Jean Baberg;
'Olivia dt Havllland
-t l Ji
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TAKE -A GOOD LOOK at this .picture.- Then make up youf"mind that it won't happen t
you -over the forthcoming .three-day Memorial Day weekend,' or any other time. Three- 1
men died needlessly'in this, accident, when the car of one of them (foreground), traveling. "'
between 70 and 90 m-P-h, plowed into the other auto which Was stopped at a red light in
St. Paul, Minn. Unfortunately scenes like this will be commonplace during the holiday week weekend.
end. weekend. On the last, three-day Memorial Day weekend in 1955 the traffic death toll was 368.- 'i
'Si 7rBJ?!h nai than ever betTe' this year's to11 win nardly be smaller. So, DRIVE
WITH CARE. EaVERYWHERK, v t .,-r,, .t
Tennis Toiir for H ot
- By STEVE SNIDER
FOREST HILLS, N. Y. (UPI)-
Pancho Gonzales, the .world's
greatest tennis player, is uncer
tain about his future.
.He has threatened to chuck ten
nis for awhile because 01 nis
long-standing feud with promoter
Jack Kramer and Kramer hasn't
budged an inch yet.
''We re prepared to carry on
without him,", said Ted Schroe Schroe-dtr,
dtr, Schroe-dtr, Kramer's business buddy
in tennis promotions. "It could
hurt us, but that's something no nobody
body nobody really knows."
Pancho. only 30 and at the peak
of his devasting game; figures he's
in the driver s seat after .dusting
off all the amateurs Kramer has
dug up for lour straight world worldwide
wide worldwide barnstominc tours. ,.j
v "The future' said Pancho,.'de-
penas on tne; terms."
Unless he 'gets what he want,
he'd Just as'soon pack it in with
tennis and 'devote his3 time to hot
rod racing. And apparently what
he wants is f bonus to play in
such tournaments as Kramer's
$15,000 round robin now under way
at Fore Hills. ' ; ''
With n outstanding amateur
on the horizon for abarnttorm-
ing tour against Pancho in 1959,.
Kramer faell such tournaments :
will be the big item next year
and possibly the salvation of
pre tennir in the future.
- The next one comes up at Los
Angeles June 28-July 6 with ; or
"We feel Pancho ought to take
his chances on the prize, money,
the same as the others," said
Schroeder. "This year alone we've
put up $75,000 in prizes for five
tournament and handrng.. Gonza Gonzales
les Gonzales appearance money for other
tournaments would make it, tough
"Anyway, he's -made at' leat
$75,000 in tournaments and on th'e
tour with Lew Hoad so that afi?r
tms all he'd have to show for a
bonus would be coffee and, cake
v As for barnstorming next year
Kramer's only hope for a stick stick-out
out stick-out newcomer .would be Aus
tralia's Mai Anderson against
Gonxales. Jack- reportedly has
offered the Australian .. cowboy.
who won the U.S. .crown last yea
a good'Siied (ackpot to turn pro
if he wins at Wimbledon this
year, and again at Forest Hills.
'"11 f k '
'n -..a (
that's a kail order for Anderson.
wnose oniy great triumpn was nisi
series of upsets' en route to tnfi
U.S. crown last year.
Kramer also is interested in
signing Althea Cibson if she r r-peats
peats r-peats ai : Wimbledon and Forest
-.:';i,7vy4"vy,:':':f ?!&':', ?!., '? : ;:; ; "'1
Spbrtscaster Ted Husing
Attempting A Comeback
PASAhF.NA C.f. ITTPT1 "Yii
have no idea what a wonderful
place the world is when you can
see it and how horrible it is when
you can't see it."
That's- the way Ted Husing
sums op bis misfortunes. He was
one of radio's best known and
best paid voices before a brain
tumor crippled him, and took
away ls sight-and fortune.
. He's trying a comeback, but be
admittedthe path is rough,- main mainly
ly mainly because of his own mental de depression.
pression. depression. u'
Husing, now 56, sav as ne
spoke, in a chair in vhe. living
roon of his motiur's 'modest Pas Pasadena
adena Pasadena cottage, an Afghan around
his legs and a cane by his side.
-' Has Doubts About" Comeback
He has taped5 two interviews
with sportscaster xom Harmon
and boxer Maxie Rosenbloom for
a series .etfdtled. "Ted Hiding
Reminisces" but he is not-pantc-ularly
hopeful about r his come comeback
back comeback ;
Th0 voice 'is .there tile res resonant
onant resonant voice .which in dramat'c
stvle 1 related most of : the great
moments in sports more than a
generation ago but he admits
himself ihe -spirit is weak.
In the' fight within himself,. Hu
sing conceded he may not be all
washed up, and he has not lost
his sense of humor,
, Hasn't Lost Religion
''Tm my own' best' critic," he
continued, "and 1 want to ,riso
above the difficulties of my .!
ness but sometimes I- wonder, v
i tlusing hastened to add that he
; To Quit
- Rodd ing
Hills. The, bie tour attraction.-how-
ever, is uonzaies.
Pancho apparently is prepared
to hit the barnstorming trail next
year but if he balks a:. playing the
tournaments wi hout a bonus, pro
tennis is in a tight spot.
hasn't lost faith in himself com completely.
"I am terribly religious,'.',' he
said, "and this was not occa
sion 1 by my illness. 1 always
went Oi .cnurch before my pro-
flrams s raven for helD.'-'-i
He i$n t 1 icr at tne worn ana
he isn't" ciilical of those arcand
Of his abortive, comeback ".at-
tempi, early this f jar 'When he
went to New York and was placed
on a $150 a week retainer by Co
lumbia Broadcasting System, he
- "It was all a mistake, I wasn't
ready. It was nobody's fault."
Player Of Tha Day
Ossie Virgil, 25-year-old native
of Corpus Chrisli.- Dominican Re
public,' Tuesday nigh, became, the
first Negro ever to play for the
Tigers, in Bnggs Waoium, de
' : r. : .-iT.-i-.''-v
, Nervousej, No doubt about it
Overwhelmede Not qujte. -
All Os,sie ? showed the home
folks 1 was a 5-for-5 inight as the
Tigers beat the Washington Sen Senators,
ators, Senators, 9-2. It was the Tigers' fifth
straight win and seventh" in eisht
gfcmes under new manager Bill
Norman., ; -.
All in all, a night Virgi! and
29,794 fans-are likely to remcm remcm-ber?for
ber?for remcm-ber?for a long time -,
.liUl III life
W L Pet.
Chicago at Milwaukee (N)
St. Louis at Cincinnati (N)
Sao Francisco at Pittsburgh
LOs Angeles at Philadel.hia (N)
-Chicago at Milwaukee
1 Mint. - I
S. Fco. 100 000 000 12 9 0
nu. r .- uui uuu uuu 1 4 l
Giel (1-1),- Grissom, and Thomas.
- Friend (9-5) and Foiles.
' (Night Game)
v -d u r,
Los "Angeles 000 021 00&-3. 8 0 (Night Game) -Phila
000 000 O9O4) 4 O.Baltimore 000 003 101-5 12 1
vyi uams u-ij ana fignnano.
-Roberts (5-8) and Sawaiski.
' (Night Game)
St. Louis' ': A.r.. 100 000 0001 1 6
Cincinnati ? 102 010 20x 6 10 0
Jackson (5-3), Wight. McDanieli t
arid Smith. Washington at Detroit V
Newcombe (1-6) and Bailey. '(Postponed, fain) r -:
D'Amato, Penna, Howell
Air Plight Of Patterson,
Pro. Golfer, Pro Grldder
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YOEK UPD-The plight
of Floyd Pa'.terson, the profes professional
sional professional golfer' and .the pro football
player all were clearer today as
result of a : session 'with Cis
D'Amato, Toney Penna add Jim
" Those three experts-in their re-
specive fields were guests Tues
day night a.; a" UPI dinner in
Leone s for 35 sports editors at attending
tending attending the American Press Insti Institute
tute Institute at Columbia' University.
. uuu I- "r h
in uiese .u-ys, mi rom rim, u
commissioner, .for some unex
didn't bother to
show up 1 s
' But, like a lot of other people
these days, the sports editors got
along very nicely withou; the na national
tional national pastime. .,,--
., Pefana, the handsome MacGreg
or .club designer, helped a lot. of
us errant golfers when he ex explained
plained explained that it's about time wo
fairway failures realized we. have
tt;be fitted for our clubs just as
we do for our suits and shoes.
C- rt ; Advises Good Fit
- "I'm not shilling for JacGregor
clubs or any .other kind," Toncy
explained, (and we'll let him get
away with the plug). t'but any
body who wants to gel the mosrt
- L .' 1 1 .. U
m ins guu ga-ne nas iu nave, uis
clubs fitted it his swine. (Buying
'blind' you. can't get the fit ttia:
you can get simply by going' to
any pro shop and letting tne pro-
Vfessional fit you.'! t ;
As for the pro circuit- Toney
explains why you don't have the
colorful,, atter-dark playboys that
you once had in pro golf.
Tn the old days, golf was a
jsporti" he says.' "Now it's a busi business.
ness. business. In the old days there were
only five players .who could win
Walter liagen, Gene Sarazon.
Tommv Armour. Bobbv Jones and
l u dec you .name your own jinn.
Today there, are 15 who can win
any tournament and another w
who just might slip in tha wde
Th rflsu t he adds. "Is that
they have vo train .like Joe Louis.
There just isn't time to reiax Be Because
cause Because now they- play for as much
money in one tournament as : we
used to Play for in. an entire
Getting around to pro football,
Jim Lee Howell, the ; New York
niant football ; coach who was
some pumpkins 4n ms own ngnk
as a pro player told the sports
editors that he played "in .the
stone age of pro football.
' Would Be too Small
it t' was trvina to play today,"
hi admitted." "I'd to be too small
for- defense and too siow lor 01
Editor: C6NRADO S ARCS A NT v
If Kfa's not worth livinf
' it may ba your liver I
Iff a fact I It takai up to two pint
of liver bile a dav to keep your
ileii not flowina freely
, liver bile 1
j j: t ...Mmti fflnl uon't ever ey
ttiptUd and ell the fun and parkle Pilla on hand. Aak yoor drunju
New York at Cleveland
Boston at Chicago
Washington at Detroit
'Baltimore at Kansas City (N)
- 1 (Night Game)
New York : 300 000 000-3 6 1
Cleveland 000 002 0002 3 0
Pitmar (1-0), Duren and Howard..--
.' -,' ;
Grant (5-4) and- Nixon. t
130 Oil 160-13
010! 030 410- 9
Brewer, Delock (4-0), Keily and
Moore, Keegan, Shaw,"' Staley
ti-o;, yuaiters and LoUar.
Kansas City 200 000 0013 8 0
I. .1 T i. , .. ;
Pappas (3-2), Portocarrero and
Dickson (4-3), Urbari, Grim and
fense.' In these times, you can't
just be fast or just be big you : :
have to be both big and fast. i'm
an Arkansas man and some ; of '
oul" alumni got real excited abait k
Buddy Brooks,? one of our guards.
BuviBuddy; while a real fine play
er, only weighed 210 ponds. Vou'1
just can't expect a 210 pound man '
to cope with those 250 and ZW'1''-'
pounaers who play on the 'line in '
pro football."Vt l,"J,1'
weight champion Floyd Patterson;
defends. ,7 sending., the '.fenamp f
against : OlvmDid. 'chambioh i'ma A"
against Olympid 'champion M'e.e'
Rademaolier" and contendca hat,r
itu resutt. of th. ..nMnrk 1lU
aicated mat Kademacher "was
just a good a 'choice as any."
J He admitted, however. thal ha
expected more trouble against
Roy Harris, the undefeated bat-
tier from Cut and Shoot, i Tex.,1'
when Patterson meets him a. Los
Angeles in August. .
"I just hope the match is
okay,'" he said. "The IBC stiil is $
using its obstructionist tactics and
will do anything to stop us."
The IBC has about as much
chance.' it 'seems, as a 90' shooter
at Pine Valley, Penna's "toughest
course," or a 200-pound guard
against the Howell-directed Ne
York Giants. ,
The fishing awards dona'ted year-1
ly' by the Panama Insurance Cora-
pany, as a contribution to .ounsm :
through the promotion of fishing,
will be decide upon at a meeting
to be held next Monday afternoon
at 5 p.m.,
, Eugene C. McGra'th, general mH-
nager of the company, invited 'ie ..
presidents of the following t' Ts 1 r
to send their representative il'
this meeting which will be held at
his office J in the Panama Insur-
ance-Copany building next to the
Raymond Clinic; the Panama Mar ,'
lin Club, the Pan'ama Rod and Reel
Club, the Club de Yates y Pi's-
ca, the Balboa Yacht Club, ( the
Tarpon Club. .
The club representatives will
vote on who they think should ra ra-ceive
ceive ra-ceive 1 the : Insurance Co. prizfs
for ""The Most Outstanding Catch
of 1957," the largest marlins and
sailfish in both the men's and
women's classes, caught in Pana- r
ma waters -last year. Winners will ;i
later receive their awards 4 and ;
have their, names engraved on tlie 3
large,, permanent silver troDhtm -presently
being displayed at Ihe ;
iBalboa Yacht Club.
f 6 out of life. That'a when you
1 need mild gentle Carter'! Little
Liver Pillv Then famous vege vegetable
table vegetable pills help stimulate the flow
nflivnr hila. Snon vmir dlsrPstK'B
starts functioning propei iy i
your you feel that happy dayaere here.
UP-SHE DAISY Sailing through the air with the greatest
of ease, Nancie Rideout seems to have decided that flying is
more fun than water skiing at CvDress Gardens. Fla. The
Floridian set a new jumping
e on iommy buh. auuh'h
ly-oy-play account pi a golf tour tour-mpnt
mpnt tour-mpnt the ananouncer said: 'NUolt
k hit the flag on the 14th." His
e, listening, aryly asKea: rwni
h his iriilv or the ball?M -;
rh'ere is nothing sheltered, with-
nr ratiponf flhoilt the 3:)-
ar-olfl hew National Opencham;
l, w n. tfmu 4mirlMvmiin far-
111, R .Utic-biui J w - V --
ntar; uifir1 Avac hnn to abandon
trade as touch too staling io
lividual expression iy -M.' (,
to this particular pnase pi ms
kground, Bolt, with studied aig-
y, desire to De Known as a
,d ;with the,, construction; bu3i-i
ss. ,"NoW that 'I'm a man of
iiortah ,it: ound'betler-' ,'' i
here,;is lot of Dizzy :, Dean
jl Ted Williams in Bolt, who
Is first exposed to golf as an 11-Ir-old'
caddy in ShreveporL La.
is outspoken, blustery, uninhi-
ed. On the other hand he bruis?
easily,' coaaies. nur.s, reai or
cied, and. : is temperamentally
k year ago he came upon ? oilr
rry RbbinsOn hunched over an
oooerative tyoewn.er. -wnais
matter: an't you. thinks, of
nevhing horrible to write about
'.olt's penchant lor wrapping
ibsv around trees, and throwing
hds and irons for distance r-
Is, -in manifesting displeasure
saoti that fail to come off and
fiery distractions, has long been
ep.ed ii i basic part ot ms
t is the practice of manufac manufac-ers
ers manufac-ers to subsidize pros to use
ir products.- When a contract
h Bolt was abruptly terminai terminai-the
the terminai-the company representative ex-
inAn- 'Tt iinrtu ill inn mnrh tn
p the guy in new clubs.'' i
( his1 was a self-proclaimed "new
It" who won here In hin bili bili-1
1 bili-1 he carried a card reading:
hd grant' me the serenity to e e-bt
bt e-bt the .thines t cannot change,
courage to change the things
:n,' and the wisdom to know
1 Swing-Eye Poher
unmistakably, earnest, the tall,
pnzed, chisel y chinned veteran
d: "This" u Just.ano.her way
counting to 10 when you aro
trouble and from now on ii's
nce .during the championship,
en a hall took a capricious turn,
It went into a full windup and
jtantly experienced galleryites
jmched in shuddery alarm, But
FICHT FOR CONTROL -the crew fought for control as Uomie furled its spinnaker in a
spanking northwest breeze.at the start of the 635-nule Newport-to-Bermuda race The cutter '
is owned by Geoffrey Pattinson of Colchester, England. A record 113 yachts put to sea
record for women 79 feet.
in another moment,' Bolt had id id-vercome
vercome id-vercome his rage.v Instead t ot
throwing tbe lub,. hei let it- fall
at his leet and then sf.epped away
as if it were' an eviL diabolical
thing. i:"'f;: '-'i'r.: y-ijjynk
On the final round, as be march
ed with unwavering confidence to
the championship iit which he had
been cast as an outsider despite
the fact he had come close three
years ago, his drive m the harsh harsh-rough
rough harsh-rough blf the" 16th tee found such
an;anviting lie the ball could be
played wkh ia power wood,!1
:,"Tba ,ntan upstairs took care of
me 1 oa that one,' Bolt stold newi newi-men
men newi-men in, the locker toom after the
round..1 And tha simple 1 rugged
sincerity of his voice -had ; to be
respected, vrt i ''p- urn
No matter what the source; Bolt,
in: the final summation, owed, his
victory to a seemg-eye putter. On
only three of the 72 holes' did' he
need! more than two piivts. He
dropped long ones and short ones
with. a regularity 'that bespoke
sea reliance and munual proficien proficiency.
cy. proficiency. ,' A ; h
He had completed the jnornitlg
round in 60 to aSsu me a commanding-
position. At lunch 1 he
spurned orange juice; ,'To keep
the tender touch in putting, .you
must drink tomato juice 1 said to to-mayto
mayto to-mayto not tomahto, I hope yoa
We did. What disturbed us' was
the implication that in golf, faith
alone apparently isn't enough.-
, Adds Zest to Gmt
As a -colorful character who Is
also an excellent shot, maker, Bolt Bolt-is
is Bolt-is a refreshing change from the
all too numerous dour -faced, al almost
most almost bloodless, mechanical men
to whom golf is a life and death
j This fellow manages to be at
once fiercely competitivean dlusti
ly human. He ,is constitutionally
unable to take failure or success
with sloicism. Let' him sink a cri critical
tical critical putt and he goes into a wild,
"happy; dance,? A bad break on a
good shot pins, a look of s t a r k
outrage and violent scorn have I
ever done td deserve this?" r
It's quite likely practical consi considerations
derations considerations rather than contrition in
fluenced Bolt's belated search for
Dhilosonhie detachment.,. In any
I case we .wish him well,' and ye'
we are pleased to note vestiges
of the" 'Old Bolt" still remain. -Heading
for .. the airport; ...he
boomed: 'Now' that I'm cham champion
pion champion I can pick, my own partners.
. .and if 'they don't get as much
fun out of throwing clubs as I do,
I won't play with them."
GRAND BLANC, Mich: (L'PIV (L'PIV-There
There (L'PIV-There will be no relief for the
louring pros who yelped a b o u i
Southern Hills' layout for the U.S.
Open last week when they .tee olf
today in the $52,000 Buick, Open
riches', on the Professional Golf Golfers
ers Golfers Association circuit this season.
The rolling Warwick Hills Golf
and Coun.ry Club, one year did
this month, stretches a grueling
four mile 7,280 yards again
tops on the PGA tournament tour
' But Samynead, who faded in
tne upen and failed to make the
cut, fired' a three-under-par 63
Tuesday in a practice round for
tne iz-noie, tour-day ient.
The lack of a hard rain has
speeded up fhe fairways enabling
Detter roll but host pro Loran
&nooK 84H predicted a five-under
par 283 will win the $9,000 first
place money. k'A ti
' Only v. Cary f. Middlecoff t of the
"name" goiters 1 absenlf. Middie-
coit pulled out because of -an in in-jured
jured in-jured wrist. .ri.:,-r--V'
iBilly Casper, who played the
course several weeks age and
new tne record ol a 71 round unti
Snead's circuit, said no one would
Dura up tne cotirse as thev did
three weeks' ago at the Western
upen in suburban Detroit.
In contrast to the long yardage
on most holes, the shortest hole
is only 171 yards from elevaijd
tee to elevated green. But it has a
trap running completely5, across
the front of the greens d-U':1 ''t?
Tommy Bol... victor Jit the U.S.
Open last week, was' expected to
arrive: Wednesday for his practice
George Bayer, who eagled the
335-y ard 1 14th, turned' in a 70 for
the next besn round to Snead as
134 orolessioAals" and 11 amuteur
readied for he biggest money pot
since the deah of teorge May t
extravaganza at Tam O'-Shanter.
SPARKS LAUCHS-See ny-
, thing to laugh about? Neither
i do we, but every timer Red
i Skelton looks at long-limbed,
.big-eyed, perky nosed Shari
jStennette, he; laughs: But she
(doesn't mind. She's in bit parts
on ms snow,' but he s grooming
her as a future comedienne. She
says: "Mr. Skelton sees a clown
quality in my face." Laugh,
clown, laugh. "'-,'' .r-'-;-.
CUT RUG PRICES ?
NEW YORK (UPI)-- Bigelow
fugs and carpets division Bige-low-Sanford
Carpet Co. and A and
M Karagheusian,' Inc. have low lowered
ered lowered their carpet prices to ma'ch
'ihe reductions made by James
Lees and Sons Co. over the week
end. s -.
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ii ilf t:ffiil
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BEAUTY AND A BOW-A modern-day Maid Marian smiling
lathy Darlyn Smith does, something for- an ordinary archery
bow as she poses prettily at Cypress Gardens, Fia. We'd bet -"beaus"'
of another kind wouldn't mind being in the picture
miatcvcr ; -VV
Happened to ..
' Oreg Rica 4
Greg Rice,' too small for footr
ball, became instead one of the
world's great distance runners.
Near the end of his career, short shortly
ly shortly ; before he entered military
service in 1943, Greg literally ran
himself out of opponents with a
string of, 65 victories at two and
three miles. Winner of the Sulli
van Award in 1941, Ricew as a
favorite in all the major indoor
track s arenas At Notre Dame,
Rice won the 1937 1 NCAA two-
mile, only the second time he ran
the distance, and within two sea seasons
sons seasons he was America's top two two-milettHe
milettHe two-milettHe set a two-mile record of
8:51.1 in 1941 and i a three-mile
record of 13:05 in 1940 and hung
up his spikes in 1943. v- r
Wheatever happened to Greg
Rice Now 42,' he is an account-
v.v... .,ui icu nctuiB
45-70 Scnneficld. a DOSt-GiVil
than 400 weaDonx to hi nno.mnn
of his collection m the game room of his home in Blackridge a 1
auburb of.Pittsburg..The walls of the room are lined with pre pre-Civil
Civil pre-Civil War rifles and muskets, and the cases have little room left
for more antique revolver and pistols.
. boom 'k""w
"VAN I ILL WUR NEEDS!
s. ... ;J
LINCOLN ROAD SCRATCHED
CLEVELAND, Ohio (UHWLii.
coin Road, whose owner Isaac
Blombergin said has no. worked
out sufficiently, was scratched to
day from the $27,500 added Ohio
Derby at Thistle Downs. Lincoln
Koad finished second to Tim Tain
in the Florida Derby,, Kentucky
Derby and Freakhess Stakes.
BOXER DIES s
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina
(UPI) Boxer San.os Galvan.
who was knocked out by Fand
Sail m at Luna Park on June 4,
died Tuesday at the Costa tBuero
Neurological Institute after a deli
cate brain operation failed vo save
ant wi'.h a toy firm in New York
and during the' indoor track sea season
son season may ; be seen down t in the
arena as one of the busy officials.
1951 gift of a rifle, that a friend
on a gun root, i ascinated by the
War mm P ko. aaj
ikm.i u i.
0!d J;.' Foxx
Ihppy As Hccld:
Vilh Hisi:sv Job
. MINNEAPOLIS (UPPWimmy
Foxx, the hall of fame member
the Bos.on Red Sox hired la:
winter, is happy as a rookie win
his job with ine Minneapolis Mi:
lers of the American Association
Foxx, 50, has been under a doc
tor's care the past few weeki
witii "iluc.ua.ing blood pressure."
It s not being back in unuorin.
though, that's raising the pres pressure,
sure, pressure, it's hereditary," he said. "I
couldn't couldn't be happier with
And his bosses are well-pleased
with the famous slugger in his
new role as -hitting coach -and
goodwill man for the Millers, the
Red Sox',TnpIe-A farm club.
Foxx was invited to join ihe or
ganization after it was learned he
was out of a job and nearly des destitute.
titute. destitute. .. ;.,.::' ; v. J.V! v i,
"After theN story about my "fi
nancial problems I got a few job
offers. Maybe I could be makiaz
more money," he said, "but Jusi
being back in baseball Is good
enough for me." a ., V
Foxx, who made a small for fortune
tune fortune in his 22 years in baseball
and lost it on bad business ven ventures,
tures, ventures, is credited with a large
part of the Miller's success so lar
this season. With a team the ex experts
perts experts pegged for the second divi division,
sion, division, Foxx and manager Gene
Mauch have kept the club on the
upper rungs of the league's lad ladder
der ladder all pring.
"Jimmy's a great guy and is
doing a marvelous job, Mauch
said. "All the players like htm,
and his tips about hitting have
helped. Just having Jimmy Foxx
in the same clubhouse means a
lo: to a ball club."
MPs, Thompson 5
Clash Tomorrow ; ;
At Abe! Brayo Gym
i The annual Red Cross basket
ball festival, will be held tomorrow
nigh:, in the Claudia Lowe gym
nasium of the Abel Bravo college,
The first game of the evening, will
start a. t7 o.m.. when the Rum bi
ers will tangle with, the Rainbow
Citv. minor league quint.. : :;
Immediately afterwards, the
strong M P. aggregation of the
UsArCarib will take on the Thomp-
... 1 9'.
inn nmir nu niivx nvi.
Admission will be 15 cents, and
ihe proceeds will go to Jthe Colon
ft j iwwAvwwc wa r- -Mv'M'"Mrfmtfft tr t - --r; I (;
Y Now with or vithont filter
Relax;.-, The next act will be better. .. Meanwhile, why v ::
not light up a soothing Kool." Here's a cigarette that's just
. '. packed with smoking pleasure... That's because Kools are 'V.
made with the world's! finest tobaccos
And Kools are.
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Highest Paid; Player'
In Basketball History
By NORMAN MILLER
NEW YORK (UPD-Wi'lf'Chanj-berlain,
the 7-foot All American
who quit Kansas Universi.y wi.n
another, season of. eligibility re remaining,
maining, remaining, this week became the
highest paid basketball daver in
history when he signed a $65,000
contract with the Harlem Clone Clone-tro
tro Clone-tro ters.
. v.-'' '-'m:'-. i- v,--f-,.P -. .' ..
. Thel 21-ytar oW Philadelphian
announced he would cast his lot
with the famed Globetrotters for
one year in preference to maki.ig
a tour of fcouth America and tns
U.S. during ihe coming summer
and fall wuh 19 other collegians.
"I have decided slaving with
the Globetrotters is tne b e t
course for me to taki for my own
sake as well as tha. of my fam family,"
ily," family," said Chamberlain, who ap appeared
peared appeared with owner-Coach Abe Sa-
Buzzy Bavasi Says:
Gelling Out of Hand
LOS ANGELES (UPI)' Tele
vising of big league baseball is
getting out of hand, in the opimoii i
of E. J. (Buzzy) Bavasi, vUe
presiden. and genera! manager of
the Los AHgeles Dodgers.'
Speaking of the flood of Nation National
al National League games' that are' being
beamed into New York from Phil Philadelphia,'
adelphia,' Philadelphia,' Pittsburgh' and St. Louis
since the Dodgers and Giants
have moved to .he Pacific Coast,
Bavas declared:: s r
"It's now a beer -war batk
there.. And it's hot a healthy situ situation.
"I'm not against the televising
of a limf-ed number of games.1 It
always has been our' attitude that
the home club should do what it
wants wtthj televislori. 1 '' 1
"But I never Vhought we'd go
this far. You are givlhg your
show away for nothing when yo )
over-televise. Yot are makmg it
too easy for people to sea ball
games for tree." '
"TV has Its place.' It' make
fans and. in that respect.' helps
i baseball. Bui you'eanfford ip
saturate the market, hsaid.
the Penguin lays:
S Don't set hot ';:
' 1 i
now available with or wtkvlt filter!
Tl rt ' Relax I i
f .y. ..f.y SA .w'.WWV wJi .. M V. ..tv... . .1 i i '! I 1
pers'.ein of the Globetrotters at a
noon press lunch.
j T h e towering Chamberlain,
dressed m full red-white-and blue
Globetroter basketball regalia,
and the rotund, 5-loot-2 Saperstein
made an amusing picture as they
posed for photographers. 1
Tarms Trotters Grtaf :"
'The Globetrotters are a great
organization and have done aH.
wonderful job for our c o u n t r y v
around the world," Chamberlain
said. "And I know I can learn a
great deal from Mr. SapersU.n
While the money I am to receive,
is tremendous and will help out'
my family, 1 -plan to make pro'
fessional basketball my future c-,
reer." - t J
: Chamberlain, a two-time All-'
America at Kansas, announced in
a national magazine article M.-y
23 that he is quitting college lie- 1
cause the kind of basketball play-"
ed there was "hurting my
chances of ever developing into a
successful professional player' V'
A; that time, he said he planned ' y"
to tour with nine other Negro
players and 10 white athletes. 1W ;
expected, that tour to gross 250 '. $
000. However,' he cooled off oa
that venture and on June 10 tela-
hponed Saperstein in Glasgow,
ocuuanu, wnere me uionetroueTS
were 'then playing. They agreed
on terms upon Saperstein's reLUrn,
to the U.S.
Akhough the' Globetrotters an
scheduled to leave Saturday ior v
Europe, where they will nlay it r
the world's fair in Brussels, Bel-
gium, Chamberlain was- unacctued- v :
about joining them there.
If he does not go to Europe, ht
will make his pro debut in the
Tro.ters' 1958-59 season opener at,
Madison -Square Garden, Oc.18.
Their winter tour runs through ..
the following April, : 4 j
After one season with the Globe- ,-.J
trotters, Chamberlain will be ehg-.-Jt.
ible to play for the. Philadelph.a
Warriors of tha National Basket-, ;
ball Association, who claimed l
draft rights to him In a special ,
ruling while he was still a 17-year- ..j
old schoolboy at Philadelphia's, r
Overbrook High School. He is not Xf
eligible tor NBA' play .until hut'-, j-
class is graduated from Kansas .,
THr PANAMA AMERICAS AS rCinTTTNT PV.tf NJvT:
THIS SPACE IS TCI ZMZ
JCX INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-C740
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE 7
v- '' '. mr
FOR $AII-Jj9 2.4,-litre,
4 eoors sedan. Lm than 6000
miles. Call J-6824 Panama.
i FOR SALE: Henry first
condition, call Selbea 2384 after
,. 1:30 f.m.
FOR SALt-1955 Fori County
StdaR, 6 cylinder. Fordornarie,
vary clean. $1350. Phone 87 87-5143.
FOR SALI: 1958 Fori etation
wagon, radio, htattt. House 356
Apt. 2 Awcon, Phone -2-21 60.
FOR SALE Chrysler New
Yorker, rwrdtoe St. Regis, I'' I''-000
000 I''-000 miles, aircor)dition, ower
brake and bearing." Loaded with,
exlrai $3.530 00. Howe 0922
Ar.dor T.od, Bl'ooa.
FOR SAllrDeiee V-8, 2 doers
hardtop, automatic transmission,
power steering, radio, ww tirei,
etc: $2,365.00. leaving toon.
' Panama ;3-1862. V- -c
S$$BARCAIN $$$ SACRIFICE
S$$ SAVE $1350.0(T$$$ 1957,
PLYMOUTH Savoy, 2 door, sport
coupe, beautiful!,, tutone paint
with mashing upholstery, push
botton, trantminion,' radio, ww
fubeless tires. This tar if in per per-feet
feet per-feet mechanical condition. $$$
SAVE SAVE $$$ AUTOS EISEN EISEN-M
M EISEN-M AN, next to the Coca Cola
plant., Tela. 2-26 1 6 2-4966.
FOR SAU:1 958 Volkswagen,
lew mileage. Phone v Cristobal
2389. v-v-- '1::.;. -sv
FOR SALS: One owner. 1953
Porttiae Chiefton hydramatic, ra ra-die,
die, ra-die, heater, other intra! $700.
Call S.F.C. Oliver Ft. Gulick 08 08-755
755 08-755 home; 08-485 office.
FOR .SALE: Bel-Air 1956 four
. doer, hardtop; two tone green
and white, wiw, 13,600 milei,
duty paid. Call Balboa 2942 dur during
ing during office houn.' ,:';::' y ',.:;:" --
. FOR SALM195V 4-door Chev Chevrolet.
rolet. Chevrolet. Best offer. Phone 2-6353.
$$S BARGAIN $$$ SACRIFICE
$;S SAVE $1500.00$$$ 1957 f
' Oldsmobile Super V88 Golden
Rocket, 2 .Holiday coupe, ;
with s Jetr A-Way Hydromatic,
radio," new nylon ww tire and
i very lew mileage SSSSAYE SAVE
AUTOS EISENMAN, next
to the Coca Cola plant.' Tela: 2
- J I26I6 -f- 2-4966. "::
Course At Gulick
Thirty-nine Ecuadorian cadets
re currently enrolled v in the
apecial four week cadet orientation
courae at the Army Caribbean
School at. Fort Gulick.-
The cadets are all members of
, the Eloy Alfaro Military eademy
' in Quit, Ecuador,' and are starting
'their last year of cadet training,
cThe cadet orientation course is de designed
signed designed to familiarize future pfflc.
rs with Current U.S. Army w-
fafntry weapons map reading,
-communications equipments and
- fundamental maintenance of au
'tomotive, vehicles. -. a
the course which "began June 9
lvill be completed by the Ecuador.
Jans on July 3.
, Spanning a river may be Just
this easy for U.S. troops of
the future. The soldiers will
have small rockets attached
to their backs (see sketch i
and -will be able to cover, 100 100-yard
yard 100-yard distances, "almost oulck
as a Hash," according to the,.
Armv. First tests will hn hnnJ
ducted at a southern military
post in the near future.
Spanish & English
t and References v
P.O. Box 3173 Panama
;i: , ....... "a """"l""1
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, living, diningroom,
balcony, 1 hot water, maid's
ajuartert. Nex building "Etparta".'
Ricardo Ariai ttreet Tel. 3-4994.
. FOR RENT tr One bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartmtnt, across El Pa Panama
nama Panama Hilton, apply Fete El Hal Hal-con.
con. Hal-con. Tel. 3-1179.
FOR RENT: One end two bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms apartment With furnished
or unfurnished in Via Fernando.
d Cordoba 45 in front of the
Comercial Center. Tel. '2-2883
and 3-4734. ;
FOR RENT s In the Cangrejo,
two bedrooms apartment, living
room, dining room, maid's room
. garage..- All furnished, Alberto
Navarro Streel Ne. 48. Tel. 2 2-2883
2883 2-2883 or 3-4734. '
TOR RENT: Small modern
apartment appropiate for two
persons. 50 street No. 41 Bella
Vista. Half black from Baturro
Grocery, Rent $55.00. v t
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment, bedroom,' living-dining,
etc. Via' Espan No. 117
from' 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. rTel. 3 3-1717.
1717. 3-1717. FOR. RENT:' Two bedroom bedroom-apartment
apartment bedroom-apartment unfurnished Vith din dining,
ing, dining, living room, large kitchen,
perch, garage, in El Cangrejo,
; also newly furnished one bad.
'- room apartment,'. Call 3-7453
FOR RENT: Campo Alegre ex ex-rctptionally
rctptionally ex-rctptionally nice furnished apart apart-menf,
menf, apart-menf, opposite El Panama1. Hot
water. Call 3-1798, 12 2 or
. 6 on. "V''.."'
FOR RENT: $75.00 modern
furnished apartment. 51 St, No.
' 30; CalCJ-7069 or 3-2097.
Jumps From Andes
WASHINGTON. June 19 (UPD-
ine vicuna a goauiKe ammai ui
the high South American Andes
yii t ii '.. . : 1 e :
31ountaiafcha emerged irom re
lative pbsauniy, thanks to con
gressional invesugaiurs. i -Presidehtiaf
Adams acknowledged ; before a
subcommittee Tuesday he did re.
ceive cloth for a vicuna coat from
his friend, Boston (industrialist
Bernard Goldfine. Reports of the
vicuna gift had. f. been circulat
ed for several days out, were un.
verified until the testimony.
,' The vicuna, related to but
smaller than a llama, is found in
the high Andes in Ecuador, Peru,
Bolivia and northern Argentina. It
has a long neck and resembles
small camel in facial appear.
Fish and wildlife experts said
the vicuna, lives In herds and is
fleet footed.' It is covered with
a fine hair: or .fur,, referred to as
WOOl,' '' I ':. -, i-i.:-:
" -The animal "produces about one
qnarter. of a pound of very- furry
wool, harvested by shearing and
. The wool is expensive because
of .its", scracity. Cothing stores
here report coats of 100 per cent
vicuna, may sell for as high as
$1,500. Blends are more in. de.
mand knd wear, better.
A New-York, department store
ran an advertisement Tuesday in
newspaper announcing a spe.
ciat cutting" of vicuna coats
'usually $599" for ; $299.
Reports 'surrounding 'Adams'
coat placed its value at $700. He
told the subcommittee the mater.
ial cost Goldfine only $69.
'.'-Vtti'vi'.'. .. J.- ,.',,.,'''1
' NEW YORK (UPI) Total pre-
duction of manufacturing and
processing plants in Jamiaca
reached the -$63 million mark in
1956, an increase of 260 per cent
over the previous year's $24 mil million
lion million rate, according to the Jama,
ica Industrial Development, Corp.
.:.,-...'.. ,-.'( ;
:i UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
' Canal Zone 1
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone .
Division of Balboa
Clarence Daniel Russell, olalntiff. vs.
Cynthia Elizabeth .Russell, defendant.
Summons Case No. 4691 fivll Docket 21
Action for Divorce.
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after the-first publication.
, In case of your' failure to so appearj
and answer, Judgment wui be taker! a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst you by default for the relief, de demanded
manded demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this June 11, 1958.
C. T. MeCormick, Jr.
By Sara e la Pena
Chief Denutv Clerk
, To Cynthia Elizabeth Russell
The foregoing summons Is served up
on you by publication pursuant to the
order .of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
dated June 10, 1958, and entered and
filed In this action in the office of the
Clerk of said United States District
Court for the Division of Balboa,- on
M . , CTrTMcCormlclCJC
'. By Sara de la Pefie"
. . Chief Deputy Clerk
LF4VR TOUR AD WITH ONE OP OUR
INTERNAL. DE Pl'BLICACIONlS-No.
BARDO No. X B Street MOKKISUN
MACIA VAN DEK J1S S street n. M fj
Beside the Bella VlaU Theatre.
Baldwin's furnished apartment -at
Santa Clara Beach, Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681. 1
' Spend your weekends at Rie
Mar, the best beach in the Re
public, with all kinds of commo- .'
otities, open day and night. The
new management Js at your serv services.:
ices.: services.: f' (; W f '
SHRAPNEL'S furnished homes,
on beach.- Phone Thompson,"
! Balboa k 1 772..
PHILLIPS tfceanside' Cottages
Santa Clara R do P. Phone Pa
name 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S Cottages end Large
: Beach House. One mile past the
Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
FOR RENT t Furnished chalet
two bedroom, living-diningroom,
bath, kitchen, U.S Army inspect-"
ed. Phone 3-5351 or occur. 45th
SK 2-241 Bella Vista.
FOR RENT: Beautiful furnished
house en the Trans-Isthmian
Highway. IQ minutes, from, the ;
city.- Ideal, for Americans Who i.
like comfort. Cool .location iur iur-ruunded
ruunded iur-ruunded by lawn a nd trees;
Three bedroom with closets,
large living; and dining room, kit-'
chen with refrigerator, gas stove, ;
hot water, maid's quarters, ga ga-rage,
rage, ga-rage, swimming pool, telephone.
. Reht: $175 monthly. To res-
, ponsible party only. ? Guarantee
required. Phorte 3-6202 from 4
to 8 p.m., for appointment.
FOR RENT: Three mDnths,
beautiful 3-badroom residence.;
In El Cangrejo completely fur-
nished. For information call 3-
3490. i 1
FOR RENT: Chalet 45th, street
No. 2-148, cell. Tel. 3-3948
from 1 a.m. to 12 noon.
FOR RENT: Modern two story
residerttt; five bedtooms, hot
tor installation, properly screen screened
ed screened $200.00, No. 39 street San
Franciscei Miguel Hive, phone 3-4844.or'3-1130.'iK::-;.'J:v''':-'S!
MINEOLA, N. Y. (UPI) Long
Island Liehtintf Co. announced it
will discontinue retail selling of
gas and electric home appliance?
Julv 1 because of a continuing ex
pansion Into Long Island of regis.
tered independent retail aeaiers
Hotel: HOLLAND HOUSE
"'fI mliu. trom the heart of
Sari Jose, Costa Rica
Completely modern conveniences tn
Suites and Bungalows, all with
private sbth. Hot and cold water.
Price; $8 and $8 daily,
) Cosmopolitan kitchen
Horse riding. .,
For reservations P., O.
Manager) Bill and Elenor Jaspers
- .Inly 3 to July 7
Fidanque Travel -;: Service
155 Central Ave.'
LIFE INSURANCE J
' General Agent
1 Gibraltar Life Inar. CoM ;
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
- ONLY $2 ..00
ONLY 2.3 Lbs.
. mm a m
AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 1JST
LaUtzj Plaza CASA ZALDO Central
4IH of July Ate. i 91. iritis
oi sr.m.i.y r :
IAHMAI.1A ax. aAituiv-fuiin
YMCA SKIN DIVERS. We have
your choice of equipment.'
CRA"WFOR0 AGENCIES. CORP.
"J" St. I3A-3C Tel. 2-1905.
B E G I NNERS SPEARFISHING
OUTFIT Quality Italian JunyLus
Gun, Fins and Mask... SI 8. 50
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, CORP,
"J" St. 13A-30 Tel. 2-1905.
FOR SALEs The sale of pre-
Colombian design bateat con continues.
tinues. continues. ,Wil sell German police,
dog. Arte America, Automobile
MIAMI BEACH, Fla., June 19
(UPI) Yama Bahama beat Kid
Gavilan so decisively in their TV
fight .here that the former welter".
weight champion declared morose
iy today, ."I may retire."
; Bahama, ; weighing 151: 11.4
pounds to Gavilan's 150 3-4, not
only, won the unanimous lO.round
decision last- night by a lopsided
margin at the Miami Beach Audit
orium; but he had 1: the Cuban
"Keed' woozy in the -. ninth end
well-rocked in the eighth. r
He, slipped to the canvas in the
seventh and suffered a cut inside
his lower lip in the nintu.
Whether 32 year old Gavilan
was "over the hili!- in his bout .with
younger and stronger Yama. ex.
tishing guide' front the nearby is,
land of Bimimi, Jft.W.L,. i-;the big
question Gavilan couldn't an$wer
"I may retire," he said. .'I'm
getting a little too old to give the
lans and .officials what they expect
irom me, to win.
His handlers had told him. to
press' Bahama constantly-carry
the fight to him in every round.
The Keed did exactly and tried to
slug it out, "instead 01 boxing him
like I wanted to." In the process,
Gavilan absorbed a battering from
Manager Yamil Chade said, "If
I thought he was finished, I'd
retire him,, But I think he was out
of condition 'from fooling around.
I'd like to give him one or two
more fights, but forcing him to
stay in a training camp : under
close watch, while he gets ready."
Gavilan had been a slight fav favorite
orite favorite at 7-5.
Sports Schedule, :
CFN has announced the follow.
ing sports broadcast for the corn,
June 21 Los Anireles vs Pitts
burgh at 1:30 p.m..,
June 22 St. Louis vs Milwaukee
at 1:30 p.m;' " i
. June 23 Baltimore vs Detroit
at 1:30 Tj.m.
June, 25 Yankees vs Chicago at
June 26 Yankees vs Chicago
at 1:30 p.m. 1 i
June 8jY Washington vs Chici.
go at i:30 p.m. -,
. TV- .'
June 21 i
week at 3
Wrestling at 10 p.m
Golf show encore at 10
'Baseball game-of the
p.m.; wrestling at 10
Boxing at 10 p.m.
June 25 .Wednesday night fights
at 10 p.m.
June 26 .Boxing at 3:30' p.m.;
golfs -show at 4:30; bowling at
10:30 p-m. '
June 27 -Wrestling at 10 p.m.;
DETROIT (UPI) v Burroughs
Corp. has developed a prototype
moaer or an eiectrographic tele
printer designed: to operate at
speeds of 1,000 words per minute,
, UNITED STATES OP AMERICA
' Canal Zone r r-United
United r-United Slates District Couri For The
, District of The Cana Zone
Balboa. Division :
In the Matter of the Estate of Trivl
Lesion Henry,. Deceased. Prooate No.
M85. Notice to Creditors.- , ;.f"
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVESI, that all
oersem having claims against Idyl Left Left-ton
ton Left-ton Henry, deceased, or against hl
estate are hereby required to file said
Claims, with the necessary vouchers, in
the office of, the Clerk of the United
States District Court at Ancon, Canal
Zone, or to exhibit them, with the nec necessary
essary necessary vouchers, to the undersigned Ad Administrator
ministrator Administrator at the office of L. S Car-
rineton, Attorney at law,' located at
17-5 Avenida 13. formerly Calle Es Es-tudlante
tudlante Es-tudlante r not later than the 14th day
of July 1958 or they -will be for ever
barred. Each claim tiled or presented
must be suoported bv the affidavit of
the clnlmant or someone on his behalt.
that the amount Is lustly due. that no
navments have been- made thereon whloh
ri not credited and that there are no
offsets to the same to the knowledge of
- Date ti n Juno. l5S.-
.,,.,. Sylvester Callender,
: Administrator of the estate of
Idyl Leston Henry, deceased.-
"H" STRFFT, PANAMA I.IBRERIA rRECIADO T Street No. 13 e AGENCIAS
Ave. 45 I.OIRDKS PtlABMAl V 1J
auitiir, Ave. iivoh n. i.innm..
7. 1; "If rLS .V ..."
1 aum an.n.iu f
""'. -j i. -: "
Home Articles n
FOR SALE : Electric Dormeyer
. Broil Well Rotisierie. iellent
condition 3-7571 Reasonable
price. .I- ; "''-v V';;V- vi'
FOR SALE: Electric washer
wringer type, 60 cycle, $35,00.
Phone after 4 p.m. 2-1759.
FOR SALE-Metal jchef : of
drawers,' $4.00. Step ladder. k
$3.00. Two steel tables, $5.00.
each. Metal kitchen table, per-
celain; top $5.00. five dining :'(
" room chairs,. $1.00 each; Motel v
studio couch, ?4 iie spring mat-"
tress, 2 feather" pillows; $20.00.,
Large steamer trunk, $3.00; T.we',
mahogany chairs, $35.00 'each'
. with reversible .innerspring cuh- r 1
V ions. Mahogany chair, $45.00.
Two ; piastre '.. ottomans, $3.00 i-.,
; each. 21 10-D 5th street, Cerun- ;'
de.' Phone 170 I .'
20th Infantry Tops ;
Navy Harbor Defense
f The C Company, 1st Battle
Group. 20th Infantry, ,caeers blast
ed the Navy Harbor Defense Unit
qumtent ut an 80 to IV contest s in
Monday night's (16 JunV actVn in
the Army Atlantic 4Company Level
casKetDau iourney at tine ron
Davis Gym. f 1
All' of C Company's first team
hit. the two digit mark in the high
score contest while three m vy
hoopsters duplicated the feat. Bo.h
quintet's high scorers .posted '1?
points: for the Navy, it wai.-guard
Dave .Pelooky .while .Company's,
stellar forward Jinr Rves 7100k
the, honors for the Infantry ,t t
Individual scores 'y"
r FO FTTP
Winner 01 Newport
To Bermuda Race j
HAMILTok Bermuda. June? 19
UPI) --Finisterre,, a 39-foot yawl
owned by Carelton Mitchell of' Am
napolis, Md., today was declared
the Winner" of overall honors in The
Newporc-to Bermuda, y cht v race
for the secbnd '-straight time,-::
" I- 1 t ,' J ;f
Fimsterre comDleted the 635-mile
ocean journey 'with i an elapsed
time of 105 hours,1" 33 minutes and
49 seconds. She had a handicap m
about 26tV4 'hours, 'so.her 'torreefc 'torreefc-ed
ed 'torreefc-ed yme was 79. hours, three -'mini
utes and 38 : seconds. -;----r''j"-f
. Good news,' as4-fbot,yawlown-ed
by J. H: Hedderi of: Hills-bor.
ough Cal if, was the first to jrccfi
the finish line last nieht at St Dav
id's head on the ea$terW side y;ot
thtt island;; She was fondwed, by
Cotton Blossom. ;IV, a, Jl-foo yawl
ownea oy waiter'B. wneeier je,
. r ... 1 : :!,! 4-. li' f
, Finisterre 'teported home almost
four 'hour later' but1 earned the
fmaed ermudi' Trophy- because
of -her bet'ier corrected trme.
Race officials reported 102:craft
finished by 7 ji.m. edt tjndajri There
werei,110 in tthe starting fielrja 1
Newport. Jt.13 last 'Saturday : 'ftut
several were T automatically disqualified-when
they resorted to i en en-rgine'power
rgine'power en-rgine'power -to reach jporj''-?7:;--Among
' the other early finish finish-erg
erg finish-erg were Petrel, Ticbnderoga, Rrt Rrt-yono,
yono, Rrt-yono, Windogo, Nimrod,Nina,.Hoth
er, Argyll : Gulfstream : Sealiort,
Dyna,; Gesture, : Carina, Sinus,
Touche, :Blackwatch; h i g h 1 a n fi
Watch, Legend, Echawa $arlo
vento, Stormy leather and Man-
InnfT1 J,,,,',: ,,'r-:'' ',- v,'.,'" h f-tl
h "' : : i : c : :. ? j,.-
United State District Court ("or The
.. ,v pistrlct of The Canal Zone ;
'f Balboa JDlvJslon: .,. ',-:'(
In the Matter ot the "Estate of.Georie
Frederick; Nsdfau, .Deceased No. S4SS,
Probate. ,- ''...-' r
Notice of Time Ret: rr Provlnf Will
1 and Hearlnf Aoolleatien for Letten
' '2',': .Testamentary -.
j NOTICI is .hereby, given' that; peti petition
tion petition .lor the probat t 'the will of
Geors Frederick Xadeeu, deceased;- and
for the Issuance of letters Testamentary
was filed In this' Court on 'June. 11. lto8.
and that July 18.. IMS at a, o'clock a.rn
in i the Courtroom of ,'th,is Court.. at ; An.
con, Canal Zone, has- been.,aet.for"'the
hearing : of'fsald petition, Cwfiah f arjd
where any person- Interested may ap appear
pear appear and content the, same, end show
cause," if any, why said petition should
not be granted. t. ",y '.--' !,-.,
Dated at -Ancon, Canal Zone,,, this
June 11, 1.958. -4 '.. ) r.v .'
.v.-,:: C. T MCeVmleIr,-iJr.l;
- ...J-CJerli. o court J,,:
(Seal) i 'u-jT'--.
TIt' lols Harrloe
! deputy Crk of t Court ;;
L carra.qmlla 0 lAKMAUA llM-
r..- i.r.- v.n,ua- r.
m-'Z. T,. 1 AVVrV.r.-
... w ""r
1 1 --.' -:" ' -' -";!'
" Boats Cr Motors
fOK SALE.--l5 foot reutk w.,
er koar ead trailer, laleoe 2-.
1511. Mouse 5ISO Diablo.
fOK, SALEFiber lesse4 14 r
fqot runabout with IWnrude 25
4 eeirrrele. Cad 2-1417. ,.
, Qualifiee'. eiane. iniUucter- (lav
cheler Music. Uucatiea) desires- V
students. Summer months eirljr.
Cell 2-1494. : 1 .i r
Arm Uttin School f Danee fre -.
. cents; Nart'cv Hiynss fntrructirit
' ..classes, in eeiinners nd advanced
1 A T O k TWIRLING AND v
v STRUTTING; Register .Juee 10. y
2 te 3 r.m. studic 2nd rleer Co- ;'
ceii. Cluhhouse. t'3-;
FOR SALE1942 Harley Djvid Djvid-,
, Djvid-, son motorcycle $125.00 Upright
iano $12J.bO. Cell Cristobal
2420. ' 1
Fatal Dealings ;
Blamed On Former
BAYREUTH, Germaay (UPI)
former SS Set. Martin Sommer,
!the so.called ttxecutioner" : of
"Buchen wald, ..whipped to death
countless inmates of the notorious
Nazi concentration camp, a et-
man court wastold Wednesday.
Sonxmpr, f43,. is on .trial ,oh;
charges of murdering 53 prisoTOrs
between J839 and 1943 while he
was, camp ceir block supervisor.
His actual victims, 'however, have'
been numbered in ; the hundreds.''
Josef Acker mann, formerly at attached
tached attached to Buchenwald's pathology
cafr. section and now a city off r
icial in v Munich, told the court
Wednesday that Jommer used a
whrpf. made from' a leather- which
jresembled hrpporSotamus hide. &
' Hesaid "countless" prisoners
werV'fJelivered to his department'
wiUi their kidneys Tipped open
from : beatings administered y
Sommer..", 1 t
Ackermann told the court 'that
other inmates 'died 'front' shpek
during, brutal t punjshment on the
camp 'whipping block.
Sommer went on trial June 11.
He told' the court then that he
had whipped inmates "more times'
than he can eount"'fbut contended
none b'ed or, even fainted,;
Loaf On Through
Store Bread War
u WASHINGTON (UPI rRei);
fUsher L. Burdick (RJJ. D.), arch
foe iof ,lstore ; bpught'; bread.T
todav rpraivprf SO store hnueht
loaves baked -the way mother was
supposed to ibaye done it. ; ;
jk'tt hat's- real- bread," the '71'
" -a 4 t : . -I. -.. ..
jreajyoia rancner saia, muncning a
sliie,' "Like-the Indians and pion pion-eersMised
eersMised pion-eersMised to, eat.
',j"I : g e S t. the -commercial
bakeries can, turn -it. out. if the
people will buy it. ,Just have to
be educated." ,'
A Portchester,. 'N. Y.,, bakery ;
Arnold Bakers, Inc., sent the 00
,kyes'-to -t Burdick in a tcuek.
'WQmen dumped them oil, hu
(jesk. ;, - . I
; Earlier this-' moot hA Burdick
opened a personal crusade to'-get
American housewives V t ti-t
'baking bread at home from un un-Jileached
Jileached un-Jileached flour : made by iwintling
wngie wneai Kernels. t.viH
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Of to John' s
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, Dr. ; Wolfgang Wohlegemuth,
the physician who fled with for former:
mer: former: West .German security chief
Otto; John o Communist East
Germany, in 1954r was released
Irom the nearby Mannheim Prison
Wednesday on bail. u.,
Wohlgemuth had .been ailed
since last Feb.-; 11 while an inves.
tieation. into hiscase was carried
put by West German' authorities.
Security lolfioiats were, reported
drawing -a up i t r e a oneharges
against him,. s.
John, whose sudden disappear
ance from West Germany, and, his.
equally sudden appearance m the
tommunist tone at u n n e a tne
West, contended f he ,i had been
"kidnaped'!'- W WorHeemutn. sine
doctor denied 'the- charge and. in
sisted that John went' to fiast Ber Berlin
lin Berlin of his' own free will
i ; Constitutional court spokesman
slid Wohlgemuth was released on
bail "inV view of the sentence
awaiting him" and because of bjs
ooor nhvsical condition.
Wohlsemuth' must report te
West t German" police every Iwon
davs nd is forbidden to leave
West Germany pending hia trial,
No date for the 'trial has been
: Wohlgemuth: wa s arreste.l by
West' German police when he
slipped into West Berlin -from the
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visit a girl friendi his assists
Miss Annemane Weyeres. M
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many with v the doctor but v,
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NEW YORK (UPI) Tr
World Airlines a n n o u n c
today It plana to lay off appn'
mately 1,000 employes or 5 j
cent of its -work force at "an e
The airline also said TWA
ecutives will take a 10 perc:
cut in their salaries.
A spokesman for TWA said
I'across i. the board" layn
"should be: pretty well effecti'l
by July l.
v Warren lee Pierson, 'chairm
in- makmg; the announcemd
said that, .during the first
months of 195S TWA lost $14,0'
class condition mcludj
lift truck; 5-ton deliyj
from time to time,
tor P?1 lfo
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J:15 Dinah Shora
3:30 Boxing . i
4 30 Golf Show
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1:30 3M.000 Challenga
1:00 My UtUa Mnrgia
1 1:30 Tha Dunrtlnger Story
:00 Spika Jone-Rp 23 0t IT :
'1:30 Meat MeGraw ,
10:00 Tic Tae Dough
10:30 Championship .Bowling
11:00 CFN NEWS
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Tru jillo's Congress Votes to ; Spurn
$600,000 Worth of US Military Aid
CIUDAD TRUJILLO, June 19
(UPI) The Dominican congress.
Irked by American criticism, has
toted lo reject $600,000 worth of
VS. military aid and to revoke
America's right to operate misMle misMle-tracking
tracking misMle-tracking and radio-navigation sta stations
tions stations in the republic.
BoLh houses of the legislature a a-dopted
dopted a-dopted a resolution urging these
Scions on the government yester
day, about 24 hours after It had
ordered 30 Dominicans attending
VS. military "schools .to .return
.i : ;. t
The gesture was a reaction to
recent cn-icism inspired by. re reports
ports reports of free spending by Lt. Gen.
- Rafael Trujillo Jr. son of- the
strongman who has dominated Do Dominican
minican Dominican politics for 28 years. ,,,
"Dominican leaders were incens incens-!
! incens-! ed in particular b yihe announce announcement
ment announcement thati young Trujillo had tiunk
ed out of the 'U.S. command and
general staff college. 5
';The resolution adopted by Con-
S-ess charged that the equipment
is country was to have received
SAIGON; South Viet; Nam "(UPlV
U.! &: authorities v sard Tuesday
that they had imposed restrictions
on American travel to ne nemu
area in central. Viet Nam because
of a.cholera,.Qutbreak there.. v
-lit m E
v. i $
j -. )' I j
under the military aid program
would have been used "exclusive
ly for U.S. interests and Us collec
tive security puns.
"It Is evident that; if the Domi
nion Republic had no. signed a
military assistanceagreement wk
the United States, no, (U.S.) Con Congressmen
gressmen Congressmen would have attacked the
Dominican Republic in terms of offensive
fensive offensive to the national dignity. ..."
the resolution said.
The legislature also demanded
cancellation of the agreement au authorizing
thorizing authorizing the United States to stt
up stations in mis country o vracn
missiles Urea irom tape wanavsr wanavsr-al.
al. wanavsr-al. Fla.. and mamain loran (radio-
navigation) stations on Dominican
sort. -.., i, i
MRS. LOUISE JOHNSON of the Fort Clayton library registers
Geraldlne Weber daughter of CWO, Emlle Weher of Fort Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, in the library's summer reading program Children from
six years up to. teenage are taking part in the program.,
- .', j(O.S. Army Photo)
WAP.Y SCRIBE Hollywood
"Tepoi'ier really got into -some'
thing when- he got into the
Tucson 'hotel room just sur surreptitiously
reptitiously surreptitiously vacated by Rickey
Nelson, on nearby location with
the "Bio Bravo" company.
Rickey needed sleep thanks to
hordes of screaming, autograph-
seeking teen-agers. But when- -,
Johnson took over, they wouldn't
; believe Nelson wasn't in there 1
and the movie reporter bore the
. brunt of their siege; .So HE had
to sneak tut, too (see -above),.
to find a nice quiet spot in the
local all-rjght pool halt i
CITY'S DOCTOR-'Doctor of
the Year" in New York City is
Dr. David E. Alexander,. 82,
shown strolling through Central
Park, en route to make a house house-call.
call. house-call. Chosen lor the honor' by
the MedicaV Society of "the
County of New York, he's piac piac-ticed
ticed piac-ticed continually in the city for
the past 58 years.. -,
TODAY p BELLA VI
"''cj ,5 -0 Shows; 1:00, 2:50,.4:50, 6:55, 9;15 pan.
Wayne Hs AIGHrEsr.1
Adventuiie At Itz Best!
t Til )
Righ!v;ingers Clash ;
' PARIS (UPtf Leftist students
and: rightWing : demonstrators
Hashed ion the Champs .-.Elysees
herd last nieht moments a f te r
Gen. Charles de Gaulle led a
massive uuhlic I ceremony .coph
memor ating: his dramatic 1940
message rallying ". a defeated
r ranee .to tignt anew
' Pnllc whft had bien ttiftbilized
in force -i gain it Communist
threats tn turn the occasion into
tioting, quickly broke up the fight.
mg. . .t
Pnlieif vans rwere drawn tin else
where around, the capital .to head
off violence m the ake of j
Communist, call for demonstra
tions to "Btrike bak against
But at' nightfall the factory
gates, .working ..... -class Quarters
and the east side squares where
Communist demonstrations tradi-
tiona'lv begin Were quiet. ;
De Gaulle, defying the Cont.
Communist threat. rode through
the streets in an open limousine
past 'hundreds v v thousands of
cheering Frenchmen who thunder.
ed "Vive' De Gaulle" and "Al.
geria.is French..", -v
It was De gaulle's first an".
?aarnce before the French pub,
lie since he took over as-premier
June 1 to pull the nation -back
from the brink Jof. civil war.".
-The soldfer r. premier, in '.h??
World War II uni'orni, rode up
the Champs Elysees bebind a
motorcye'e escort of 30 white.
piovei Kepuw'can guarnsmep to
the Arch o' Triumph where he
re-kindleH the flamp t theTotnb
of the Unknown Soldier e a 1 y
Tues-V' evenui?;.' A throng of an
estimated 200,000 personr looked
on.! v 4
1 ;"; u-v "';": "v.r.
The occasion whs the 18tn an.
niversary pi Do Gsulle's London
broadcast' to the French nation,
on June is, 194U,, in wntcn ne ioin
his countrymen that Franc3 had
lostf a battle but not the war.
Brilsin Once More
Reduces Bank Rale
British Authority On Russia And Communism
Khruschev Returnin g To Stalin's Melhods
LONDON. June 19 (UPI)- The
Bank of England reduced the bank
rate today to 5 percentthe level
where it stood in &ep.emDer wnen
Khe goverufflent bgan .'adjusting
it to meet financial, difficulties.
The rate had been reduced pro-
cressivehr from a 'high at 1 per
cent, :and the murn tp tne Sep September
tember September level had been anticipated,
for the past 10 days. It caused no
excitement on (Britain's: market.
The government's aimi lnrais-
in g the rate to strengthen' the
pound and halt the outflow of gold
-have been achieved., Except for
some wavering in the past day or
.wo. the pound has: been, holding
well above par and gold and dol dollar
lar dollar reserves hav risen,. to a "lair-
Alter jumping tne DanK rate to
7 percent on Sept. 19, the govern government
ment government has been steadily: bringing it
down. It was ct to" 6 percent
on March 20, and to 5 1-2 percent
on May 22.
..EDITOR'S NOTE: Sir, David
Kelly is a distinguished author,
.diplomat 'and on of Britain's
top exports en Communist f.
fairs. Ho was British ambass
dor to Moscow from 1949 to
In tho following analysis ho ax.
plaint why h btliivt the ox.
ocution of Imrc Nagy moans tho
return of Stalinism in tho Krom.,
lin. ,.;v ;. ,:t. ; -4
i By .SIR. DAVID KELLY
LONDON (UPI)' It would be
-mistake ot consider the case
of Hungary as an isolated prob.
km. Tere: isno doubt that when
Khrushchev made" his famous de.
bunking of Stalin at the ,20th Party
Congress hei. overplayed his hand.
He had very; intelligible motives
for denouncing Sta'in personally,
but he never Jhad the least intenr
tion of departing from ; strict
Marx-Lenin ; orthodoxy,' and this
has become' In practice insepara,
bly linked with the fundamentals
of Stalinism as a system,
, In Soviet Kussia "itsel! the gov governmental
ernmental governmental machine is now mora
subordinate than ever to the Com.
munist Partywhile the presidium
of the party itself seems to be
completely- under Khrushchev. .' a
iHe has 10 members of his party
secretaria t in -it thus disposing of
the "restoration of collective team
leadership" which was a central
point of Khrushchev's attack on
Stalin. i in.
Similarly, the ppofessed encour.
agement .or "various paths to. so.
cialism" ('which never did. mean
as much as wishful thinkers read
,mto id nas- ooviousiy come: to a
RELAXATION ON SURFACE
The welcome fact 'that there has
tlie surface of the appal'ing re.
gime which Stalinism had become
is apt to blind people to the major
fact that the system is an inte integrated
grated integrated machine which cannot be
radically mdtiilied in one part by
the Soviet government without
loosening all the rest.
: The chief lesson irom the sad
events in Hungary is, that'the ap apparent
parent apparent new orientation of the Com Communist
munist Communist regime in the U.S.S.R. af after
ter after tM denunciation of Stalin, was
pulled up by. contact -with real,
ities, '!;.-.' ., ..-,-' -In
fact, the sudden .announced
nient of- the, sentence and execu execution
tion execution of Imre Nagy is less sur sur-prising
prising sur-prising than the .act that i has
been, so; long delayed..;: ;
This delay was iio doubt due lo
lingering hopes on the- part of
Khrushchev of some reconciliation
with Hungarian opinion. These
.hopes ..were shown in the first
months after the suppression of
the revolution of October, 135?, in
Premier Janos Kadar's declara declarations
tions declarations and in. the program publish,
ed in i J a n u a r y, 1957. alter
Khrushchev's visit to, Budapest (in
which the Hungarian government
expressed) its "wishes to foster
and develop our progressive na national
tional national traditions ")
It announced that in the schools
the national character ot the
teaching must be asserted and the
pupils a lowed to choose the for.
eign languages they wished to
HOPES OF BROADENING
There "were hopes- that the 'gov.
ernment misht be broadened,
more freedom be given again s to
writers,, and perhaps an amnesty.
It was said that Kadar was a
moderate playing for lime, until
he could safelv engage in a 'more
'on nationalist policy.
Moscow decided otherwsie.
Not only were no steps taken
in these directions; Khrushchev
himself publicly threatened that
there would be Soviet intervention
in the event of another rising.'
He described Janos Kadar. the
party first secretary and for a
time premier as we 1, and Ferenc
Muennich, who liter became pre.
mier, as "."aithful- friends of ours,
comrades standing on an interna.
tional Marxist-Leninist position."
As the Kadar -regime consol.
idated its hold with a reconsti.
tuted police force backed by a
Soviet garrison, twice as big as
that which had, been stationed in
Hungary before the rising, so did
the repression 'of the press and
Of Communist writers increase increase-together,
together, increase-together, with, secret trials and ex.
Khrushchev seems to have de.
cided finally on. the necessity of
this -tdugh line during his visit to
Hungary last April when the gen.
eral indifference and chil'y recep reception
tion reception convinced him that the Kadar
regime could not survive without
full Soviet backing in the manner
of a new Stalin. r
. A secretory Is o stenographer
who has o coat rack all to her--self.
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LONDON- (UPI-The 1' JIoscow '.
Communist newspaper- Pravda re.
ported today, that Budapest is
"jubilant" over the executions of
former Premier Imre,Nagy and
other "traitors." ;- ', t: ;'
But reports from the Hungarian
capital iold a diff erencet story
about public reaction tov the- se secret
cret secret trail and executions of four
leading heros of the 'Octoaer 1958
revo't against Soviet tyranny.
The people accepted the-news in
silence.,, and with, expressionless
They also heard the official
Budapest radio declare than the
executions should ; serve as a
warning to "others who intend to
attack, the people'." ;
Pravda, .in a story oatelined
Budapest, quoted "wrathful words
vi icsuiuic i-uuuemnauun. lor me
dead traitors" from "all, strata"
of society. in Hungary-1 ?,':
: Possibly the bitterest words words-were
were words-were spoken in Poland, because
of the feeling that the' Hungar.
ians had fought, a -battle-, for the
Poles as well as themselves.
"The bloody murderers," a
newspaperman shouted in War.
saw's Press Club. ;
" "Dirt, .filth, the scum," wis the
description a working woman had
for the Soviets. A'l over Warsaw
similar opinions, directed at the
Soviets rather than the Hungarian
puppet rulers who carried out the
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