The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln,




IKE ADDRESSES UN ANNIVERSARY SESSION President Eisenhower addresses the 10th an-
niversary session of the United Nations Charter at San Francisco. In the background are (left
to right): Dag Hammarskjold, UN Secretary General; Eelco van Klefefns of the Netherlands;
Hammirskjold's assistant, Andrew Cordier.

Lions Sponsor Surgery Fund

For Mendenhall Boy's Eye

The Balboa Lions Club has to his accident, he will never
started a fund raising campaign realize this ambition.
for Viniclo Mendenhall by depo- This drive for funds was
siting $100 with the Chase Na- started by Governor of the
tional Bank of Balboa as the Panama Canal, John S. Sey-
initial donation to the fund. bold, when he cancelled the
Cinicio is the son of Earl C. Gorgas Hospital bill of Vinicio,
Mendenhall, a Navy employee, offered him free transporta-
and was a high school student tion to New York on the Pan-
at Balboa High School last Jan. ama Line.
27 when he was accidently
struck in the face with a base- He also encouraged a local
ball bat. while participating in organization to sponsor a cam-
the school sports program. paign to raise a sum of money
The accident crushed Vinicio's sufficient to defray the costs of
left cheek bone and completely repairing the boy's face.
destroye4 his left eye. After this action by Governor
He waiLtaken to Goraas hos. Seybold, tbh Balbo, 'Lions Club
pital, brW e removed and sure was contacted with fteteNice to
ger ir t od "on his face.... -
At present, the local facilities
are sucw that no further treat-I a
ment cn be rendered on the uwiers
Isthmus, and it will be neces-
sary for Vinicio to travel to the
United States to have plastic
surgery on his face, possibly
bone sugery and reconstruction. o Rea r re ea
as well as to be fitted with an To Repair Forepeak
artificial eye.
Without any confirmation Word is expected momentarily
or estimates from U.S. med- from the British owner of the
leal sources, it is estimated 6072-ton Mariposa which was
locally by physicians that the damaged when she hit the east
surgical fees alone will be ap- bank of the Canal last Sunday,
proximately $900. With other as to his instructions regarding
.. expenses fos hospitalization, the repair of the vessel.
"thi artificial eye, board, and
identals the estimated to- Agent Payne and Wardlaw
I cost will be $2000. said today there was "quite seri-I
S At there present time. Vinicio's ous" damage to the ship whichi
father is financially unable to was carrying lumber and can-I
defray any part of the cost, due ned salmon to South Africa. A
to the fact that he had a very diver who has been investigat-
serious heart operation corn- ing the damage reported a bad
pleted recently in the United hole in the forepeak tank in the
States. That cost several thou- bow of the ship.
sand dollars and drained his en- i
tire savings, leaving him heavily Repair work on the Liberian-
in debt. flag ship has not yet started al-
According to school officials though the vessel has been dock-
and Vinicio's instructors, he is ed at Crist6bal since making thet
a very ambitious,, upright oy, Canal transit early Monda y
and well-liked by his cassmates morning.
and teachers. His desire was to
complete high school and join No estimate as to the amontE
the U.S. Air Force. However, due of damage has been made yet,
the agent said, although an in-
vestigation into the accident is
a ~ Mnow in progress.
Briain Sees New enowners of the vessel. Chan- I
dris, Ltd. are being contacted to-
Ho e For En ing day for further instructions, the
Hope- f oUrL in g agent stated. i

5-Week Por Strike
TIrthTIM T..M, .* /TTT A

.ui-4LvAiNju WU llz ur -- At
split in the ranks of striking long-
shoremen gave Britain new hope
but no certainty of ending a five-
week-old port strike that hobbled
b tothan 300 freighters.
Labor leaders reported signs of
a break, too, in the wildcat walk
out against Cunard Line transat-
lantic passenger ships. But intra-
union disputes clouded both fronts.
London members of the Nation-
al Amalgamated Stevedores and
Dockers voted last night to re-
turn-to work Monday. Leaders ofI
the same union in three northern
port including Liverpool st o o d
firm for continuing the strike.
The union said it will put the
London decision to out-cou n t r y
mass meetings. If these reject
the back-to-work resolution, a con-
ference of local union leaders will
be called.
Labor observers and shipp e r s
declined to predict whether full
working would be resumed on the
docks Monday. In all 20,000 long
shoremen were striking in six

'Copter Carrying
Philip Makes
Forced Landing
GLASGOW, Scotland, June 22-I
(UP)- A helicopter carrying the
Duke of Edinburgh made a forced
landing in a football field today.
The duke, husband of the Queen,
wa unhurt

the sponsorship of the drive.
The Lions Club as a whole ap-
proved sponsoring the campaign
and invites those of the public
who feel inclined to make dona-
tions to either take them, or
mail them, to Wiliam C. Schmitt,
treasurer, Vinicio Mendenhall
Fund, Chase Manhattan Bank,
Balboa, C.Z.
All civic and fraternal organ-
izations will be contracted by the
Lions Culb to urge them to make
In addition, a group of col-
lege and high school students,
headed y B r u e Quinn,. arl
stagtnB"a tI b ai .the
BaDo,'T29 ,. and
will donate the entire proceeds
from the show to the Viniclo
Mendenhall Fun.

Saucers Are Not
Applesauce, Expert
Explains Tonight
Pvt. George D. Fawcett, 33rd
Infantry, Fort Davis, will be
guest speaker at the 243rd meet-
ing of the Panama Canal Na-
tural History Society at the Gor-
gas Memorial Laboratory in Pa-
nama City, tonight at 8:00 p.m.
He will deliver a lecture on the
subject, "Flying Saucers Are
Officers for the fiscal year
July 1, 1955-June 30, 1056 will be
A native of Mount Airy, N.C.,
Pvt. Fawcett has a 'Saucerorlum'
which consists of photographs
of saucers (the flying variety)
from all over the world, scrap
books, sketches, and other per-
tinent information.
Included in the collection are
also a group of photographs
showing saucers through man-
euvers over Trementon, Utah in
1952. A member of the Civilian
Saucer Investigation Commis-
sion and International Flying
Saucer Bureau, Pvt. Fawcett has
become an authority on this sub-
Members may invite prospect-
ive members as guests.

HELD IN SHOOTINGS William Jackson, 59, of Denver, Colo.,
the irate gunman who fired on ten automobiles, wounding one
person and injuring there others, because they failed to dim their
headlights, is shown with Samuel P. Johnson, 35, of Houston,
Tex., a passenger in his car, after tair arast in Pittburgh.

Army Secretary

Stevens Quits;

Brucker Named

President Eisenhower today ac-
cepted the resignation of Army
Secretary Robert T. Stevens, and
named former Gov. Wilbur M.
Brucker of Michigan to be his suc-
Stevens, storm center of the
Army-McCarthy televised hear-
ings last year, said he wanted to
quit by the end of July.
Mr. Eisenhower accepted Stev-
ens' resignation- which was for
"personal reasons" -with "deep
regret." He praised Stevens for his
work in the Army post during the
last 2 /i half years.
Brucker, 61, has been serving
as general counsel of the Defense
Department since April, 1954.
He served a two year term as
governor of Michigan in 1931-32.
Prior to that he had served as
Michigan state attorney general,
in 1930, and as prosecuting at-
torney, 1923-27, of Saginaw Coun-
ty, his birthplace.
Stevens is a wealthy 55-year-
old textile manufacturer. He leap-
ed to national televised promin-
ence during Sen. Joseph R. Mc-
Carthy's investigation of alleged
subversion at the Army Sig n a 1
Corps' radar laboratories at Fort
Monmouth, N. J.

Danes Nix Reds' Quick Bid

To Talk Atoms-For-Peace

LQNDON, June, 22 (UP)-Rus-
sla got the first western turn-
down today to its sudden invita-
tion for a rival atoins-for-peace
conference just a month before
the United Nations-sponsored
atomic session in Geneva.
Denmark's Academy of Physi-
cists announced it would be too
busy preparing for the U. N.
meeting in August to attend the
Moscow conference publicly an;-
nounced only yesterday.
The Soviet atomic meeting was
developing into a considerable
sold-war mystery.
Western observers said Rus-
sia's apparently-hasty decision
might indicate the Kremlin
planned to make important re-
velations of its progress in in-
dustrial atomic energy.
The meeting, they said, indi-
cated the possibility Russia wish-
ed to catch the world's attention
before the western nuclear dis-
plays at Geneva.
Only yesterday Moscow radio
announced that the presidium
of the U.S.S.R. Academy of
Sciences had decided "a few days
ago" to invite 41 nations to stu-
dy the scientific and technical
problems of the peaceful use of
atomic energy."
Meanwhile, in Helsinki, Fin-
land, Communists and fellow
travellers from 90 nations ga-
thered today for a "world peace
assembly" that had been care-

Contractor, Maintenance Man

In a&ssle-At Road Block.-

A distinguished looking Pan-
amanian in an immaculate
white suit was the complain-
ing witness in a battery ease
aired this morning in the Bal-
boa Magistrate's Court.
Jose E. F-hrman who filed
his complaint against Max M.
Schoch, a Panama Canal Co.
Maintenance Division employee,
also appeared before the Judge
as a defendant in a traffic
violation which was directly
involved with the battery
Ehrman, a sub-contractor
for Framorcc, was driving his
jeep along Gaillard Highway
near Albrook Gate 2 (which Is
closed to traffic) last Friday
afternoon. The highway, it was
brought out, was being re-
surfaced by Maintenance Divi-
sion employes, and a flagman
was stationed at each end of
the road area being repaired
to regulate traffic.

Ehrman is charged with
failure to keep to the right.
He stated that he was third
car in a. line-up which had
been stopped.
When the go-ahead was giv-
en by the flagman, he said, he
noticed the car in front of him
had either stalled, or for some
other reason, did not move for-
ward. It was then that Ehr-
man pulled his jeep out and
passed the stalled vehicle on
the right.
At the end of the line, bh
said, a man later identified as
Schoch waved to him to stop.
He pulled his jeep over, but
did not cut his motor, he said.
Ehrman accuses the Mainten-

You Can Mail
A Scorpion Soon

The House, with the postmen's
blessings, voted today to permit
live scorpions to be sent through,
the mails.
It adopted a bill which specified
that the pesky little create u r e s
must be properlyy packaged to
protect postal employes and the
public from their dan g ero 0 u s
The Post Office Committee esti-
mated that 10,000 scorpions are
needed each year for research and
for the production of a counter-
agent to scorpion stings. Most of
these are mailtd to reserach and
manufacturing centers.

Los Cumbres Will
Beat July 4 Gun
First with the best as always,
they say, the Las Cumbres civic
council is having the town's July
4 celebrations a day ahead of ev-
eryone else- Sunday June 3, at
3 p.m. at Chen's hacienda.
Free beer and sodas, but bring
you own oo d

ance Division employee of grab-
bing him by the throat and
arm "until I felt a burning
Ehrman produced from his
portfolio a white sport shirt
which he told the judge he
wore on the afternoon in
question, pointing out a few
blood stains on the left sleeve
where he claimed he was
However, one of the police-
men who, investigated the case
said 'he learned Ehrman had
suffered a burn on his arm
pre iously, and a blister which
had formed had apparently
burst open.
Defendant Schoch testified
he told Ehrman to stop be-
cause he left he was endang-
ering the safety of the other
cars by pulling out of line.
He said atfer Ehrman made
several attempts to continue
driving his car into the line of
traffic, he (Schoch) reached
Into the car and "arrested his
movements" to prevent the
car from moving.
He said he placed his left
band against Ehrman's body
to keep him from driving his
When asked why he was in
such a. hurry to drive off,
complaining witness Ehrman
stated that 'after being hit my
idea was to get away front
Subsequently, Ehrman re-
ported his complaint to the
Balboa Police Station which in-
vestigated the incident. The
charge of failure to keep to the
right was an outgrowth of the
complaint, as was the battery.
After listening to both men,
for one and hour, the Judge
said he would take both eases
under advisement until Friday


fully delayed until the United
States touring atoms-for-peace
exhibition moved on.
Some 2,000 persons arrived for
Communism's biggest interna-
tional get-together since the
No schedules for the week-
long session were revealed in ad.
vance but th,' Communist spon-
sors had set up a vast tecLincal
organization rivalling that of
the 1952 Olympic games.
The assembly originally was
scheduled a month ago. Then it
was announced the touring U S.
Atomic exhibit would be in Hel-
sinki at the same time. The Com-
munists postponed their meet-

Ike Takes Bail,

Goes Fishing

In New England
-A series of insistent invita-
tions and the promise of a
weekend of fishing in Maine
lured President Eisenhower to-
ward New England today for a
six-day, eight-speech visit.
Mr. Eisenhower was schedul-
ed to take off from Washington
airport for his first visit to New
England since he became Presi-
He plans to visit Vermont,
New Hampshire and Maine be-
fore returning to the White
House late next Monday night.
The White House said he was
making the trip at the Invita-
tin of the senators and gover-
i0.'the thwe ltates of
them Republicans except Demo-
cratic Gov. Edward Muskie of
First stop on the tour was
Rutland, Vt., to visit and speak
briefly at the annual dairy fes-
tival at the state fairgrounds.
He is scheduleduled to stay over-
night at the Mountain Top Inn
at nearby Chittenden, Vt., and
breakfast there with women
members of the dairy and farm
idustries of the state.
From Rutland, he flies to Con-
cord, N. H., to make a speech
from a platform on the stage
capitol lawn in the afternoon.
The overnight stop is at Laco-
nia, N.H. It also includes a talk
that evening at Belknap Lodge.
Friday, the schedule calls for
a talk in the morning at the
Lincoln N.H., high school audi-
torium and another at Franco-
nia Notch, N. H., in connection
with ceremonies commemorat-
ing the 150tl% anniversary of the
discovery of the "Old Man of the
Mountain," a rock formation re-
sembling the face of a man.
The overnight stop Friday is
at the farm of Secretary of
Commerce Sinclair Weeks at
Lancaster, N.H.

Conferees Report
On Pay Raise
Expected Today
Conferees were expected to
report today on the 7V4 per
cent pay raise for classified
employes, according to a cable
received this morning fro m
Howard Munro, legislative rep-
resentative of the Central La-
bor Union-Metal Trades Coun-
cil now in Washington.
Munro said they would re-
port on the House version of
the Classified Pay Raise Bill
plus a $5 Increase in entrance
grades of grades 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 11
and 13.


Peace Proposals

The robbery case against an
ex-convict known as "Big Head
Charles" was continued until
this afternoon in the U. S.
District Court at Ancon after
the defendant, James E. Davis,
took the stand and denied be-
ing in the vicinity of the crime
at the time it was committed.
The 21-year-old Panaman-
ian is accused of stealing a $40
Laguna wristwatch from the

WORK TO FREE SUBWAY TRAINS Block and tackle units are used by subwAy workers
to free two New York City subway trains which collided at the main terminal at Coney Is-
land. Police said reports of Iajured varied from 16 persons to 3

wrist of Federico Heart, a Pa-.
amanian watchman then a.
signed to the Balboa Flits area.
Davis. who is also know*,.uin
der the alias of "Alfonso" ln-
nis,"' admitted under que i,
ing by District Attorney w-
land K. Hazard that he':iraa
sent to Coiba for three ars
on Jan. 10, 1951.
According to the testmaoy
given today by Heart, .nd. a
fellow worker, Jose Tejada, "
was with him on the moinuiiig
of Oct. 17, 1954. they had )le,
work and were looking w
drugstore near the Lli to *
order to buy some 'ediat
for Heart who waM't1 feel
Since Heart is lame, T ja-
da walked about 1N ft. lt
front, he testified, for. ", -
The pair said three inme
Jumped out from. the darkfe-
Land grabbed them. They charge .
ed that the defendant .the4
grabbed Heart's wristwatch aff-
his wrist, breaking the, chain.
After they were Accosted,
they said the men went to the
Panama Secret Police wbeM
they identified Davis from pho-
tos shown them.
The defendant was picked
up six months later, a
30, byv Cana tone pOUe.
incident reportedly
in the Canal Zone f ea
Besides Ttjada a o
Canal Zone detectlv
Cazora was also 8satd
the stand. '
At noon, Judge Outbl
Crowe called a two-hwr

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SAN FRANCISCO, June 22 (UP) Brig. Gen, CeP
los P. R6mulo of the Philippines today asked the United
Nations to adopt a statement of "Redidication" in wilich
all members would reaffirm that they stand for peace,. '
R6mulo, who had said he wanted to beat the Sovie
Union to the punch with any peace proposals, made.ftAf
request in c speech prepared for delivery at the 10th a-
niversary meeting of the United Nations.
Russian foreign minister V. M. Molotov was the nrt
speaker on the agenda.

Molotov was expected to
launch a "peace offensive" to-
day-but the little pro-Western
diplomat from the Far East fig-
ured to beat him to the punch.
The 10th anniversary meeting
of the UN approached a climax
.as Molotov engaged in a war of
words and ideas with Romulo
for the sympathies of the world.
Eelco Van Kleffens of The
Netherlands, who is presiding
over the UN meetings, has warn.
ed the delegates he would toler-
ate no resolutions. He has
stressed that this is purely a
commemorative m.etwg.
Xesterday, for nainle, '!
lvte up to hWoM )byW ruling
a Syrian foreign minister
Khalid El Azem out of order
for demanding the liberation
of the North African part of
the Arab homeland.
But Romulo Indicated lihe
would try to get around this "no
resolutions" rule by offering a
"San Francisco Decaration"
that could be adopted without
a vote.
It had been previously sug-
gested that Van Kleffens offer
to sum up the sentiments of the
delegates in behalf of peace at
the end of the meeting in a
manner that would also avoid
the rule.
But Molotov was believed to
favor a formal resolution. He
suggested such to the foreign
ministers of the United States,
France and Britain Monday
night, but they turned it down.
Ever since the Russian for-
eign minister arrived here last
week-end, he has been assid-
uously wooing some of the
smaller nations-foremost a..
mong them the Arab states-
presumably to establish a cli-
mate favorable io his designs.
Meanwhile in Washington,
U.S. officials said today that Red

China won't get into the United
Nations very soon despite a p**.
diction to the contrary by In-
dian Prime Minister Jawahar-
lal Nehru.
They said the United States
will combat all attempts to .t.
the Peiping government Into
the United Nations and expect
ample support from Its ftrd
world friends.
Nehru told a huge rally In
Moscow "we shall soon see" th
Communist Chinese In the lit-
ed Nations.
But American officials -
they know of no Wnrto'
ment. They. conceded, m
that recent conciliatory ugustt,'
by Red China will make it11
tougher to keep the Peiping gOv--
ernment out of the world organ-
The United States considers
the gestures-such as releasing
four American airmen illegal-
ly held in China-as token
moved aimed at winning new
support from nations which
disagree with U.S. China polpi
But the United States does not
think such gestures prove Red
China wants to live as a peace-
loving nation.
Meanwhile the Senate Forell~
Relations committee unanimous-
ly urged Senate rejection of a
resolution by Sen. Joseph R. Mc-
Carthy on grounds that the
measure expresses 'lack of eon-
fidence" in President Elsenhow-
The Wiscqnsin Republican to
asking the Senate to adopt a
resolution demanding that the
United States call off the
forthcoming Big Four "aPm-
mit" meeting unless Russia a-
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Big Head Charles' Faces

Court On Robbery Charge

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me'ee eseed gmetedly na d se bandkied i. wbHil sneMdeul Dexter White, who he. been d2- a .L T- "- lt
TOM 2.AC. "OWaerlbed by federal sourceM in tl ;
o aedent be impetnt 1 I doeps'j eppeel ru following wonal:
p ev Lers e published to ths eore reevp e. dm m
e enur kpa the late limied to see pe length. "the o important ur
3iTy oftee s is held iN sue riest tidese around Communists wre AlWere
Teewee W -e stetemilby -r we-s is elust hes and the late Harry D -exter -
Me on ia mofehse f ee. de... h iite."
I A mE bUCKS CONSOLED" Hendrickson of New tJerney Aw* Dter Whitl wh ha thie w s
=Sy AMBASADO fSHIPS bassador to New Zealand, and e- so passionately devoted to the In
ir. .na a Senator Coolper of Kentucky, Am- terests of the Soviet that he was-,'S'
i .eobte F. Kmenoan, a ca ert boasador to ladla. fwitorS at W rolling to jeoprdi e the Jabs
mid a the U.S. Diplomatic Serv- Defeated candidates for 8te mliUons of Ameriear workers t '
lee, was ousted by the Elsenhow- Governords ornamenting the Dip. to -folow trough on Commwr e
er Adtinistration. He s an egg- lomatic Service, are ex-Governor polHcy.
bead and a leading authority on John Davis Lodge of Connectlcutt, We have the personal words of i
Russian literature. wwho relieved a di stlngul ed ca- former U.S. secretary of the jl
Mr. Kennan has a piece in the reer man James C. Dunn, in Ma- Troasury Henry Morenthau Jrl Xrr"
last issue of Foreign Affairs Ma- drid: ex-covernor Horace A. il- that his aide arry exter hhite
nethat "The New York Times dreti. of Maine Ambassador to wu "The Bra" of the wartime
SService and its pr o ger Jr., defeated Republan can knew everythiv o that traire
e raises the question of didate for Gover r of Mtllicgan, in the vital Treasury and v s ni A
the Foreign Service now Ambassador to Belgium. tions field but lh was or 2
d be a group of highlyi President Eisenhower, wanted special war strategy committees
e and carefully selected ca-.his fishing friend Val Peterson, including be Office of Strategic S I I
men or a temporary baSen I who was defeated fr noovrn l Services Advisory Coitmittee. AiN
political lame ducks. i of Nebraska on (you gueisse p t) Remember, the OSS w as our t "
rdom the number of competent the RepubleanS ticket, to be Am, wartime espionage, counter-esilo-
ip loyal career men who have btasador to India, but he couldn't nage, saboage and behlnd-he.
aiady been fired by the present weather the storm of protest from lines guerilla outfit.
%inistraioo and the number of the press and Congress, and woith-',-
la'ducks that have been hired, drew his name. He .s now lame- Just how White became "The
the lame ducks win in a waddle. ducking as Federal Civil defense Brain" is described by Mr. Mor-
ls the record, although Admin strator, and edging from I.tshu in e his 5 ,0 to o I A
ay he more, as my infor- the recent test, is limping quitea000 (no one rea knows e
is nt up to date. noticeably. actl how many) word personal raceIA.RD-IItIhat_,II III
ti l the front door to the Not all of the career men ia diaries. These are in 90 volumes
,9.ervice is to rn on the foreign Service have to be now being opened and discussed
agrticket for nato fired. Nat a few of them resigned with tantalls. g slowness by the
m Go r oateoraryae n an wnoe may be expected to rol Senate Sub vCommittee on Interal
oto il lamed, Th ducks. frm loNe bras eeam an (u .asso a t eebr the Scwtg. our
.-election ow that isn't find a better Job wh ick h should A rt
etoy d.ce h be very hard to do under the pre'ther is not the sligtest doubt a Eo In sa h g t n
e bee fired b y the p re en. tw lw their heom ofp es s oon m tho reIpv at e asfst.
iat ~x.ndstor Homer Fer- ent dmlssatnod o Sere, a the minds of the senators or WASHINGTON -(NBA)- Vice they address ti pleas to en. brought enough film wit is, Mc.
I at hatle ben, ow Ambarsa- Dulles ana 'Se rity" Mc lsodw their ace chief counsel, J.G. Sor Preidn ent Richad ix hase. Carl A.we h waho hs been out of Kay annout.ed atidly:
| t, hper, e.Se o .-Credo Calhoun wiae, that Mr. Morgentha u come hostess Gwen, as-frit' only that body seven years 'and iS 1W ell, I've sxt.l'l _
iWhite innocetly. But Ith d ara a soc al ah laFre. In te of. many a district. dwo has gone too fa,- withe Ra.e
By C- b- f reveal tie Wh te wa in ,n l tive tries, Ze has never publican economy in over me t."
.istrrANCES o ay C brr hough un. ing.." has .t ht gn .a Dm .,bassor w1, ,0 e io"Baboe" is the newest dsh in
s o aidce in the man in e .h vitatio s, wires, letter s snqotes, tried (unthe de Morgit has his town. It's something you eat, by
written reports Were found to- can him and o st. d te best ideas at oth em asles. At a the way. This exotic rice and curry
pumpkins of Whittake Chmbers effort on Mrs. Non reception at the Italian embassy combination was served to guests
t f d r toheI The diaries haow that at .tff a Shae has even had to pu- this week he was d the at a lavish party thrown by the
Meeting held at 11 a.m. onD csc attempt t bring hem over big Civil Defense test eacuaon o amba r from the Union of
Si~Harbor, Mr.. "Xo entha sai. NixoAns have resistedier .codl, up and asked It any plans ha6 eept for one dppoin ted ongress-
S"I want it (all nformation-VR) =aviar and basement.nht club. been made to move society folk man. "Id heard Ifwas the name
n one -iran and I want t en ThmVs has never o1 given like Perle esota out of town, too. of a special native dacer who 'Was
V U rHarry nWhite's -brain. ,at' t-- ,efseo n for t a es e"What a tragedy it would to going to entertain," he grumbled
H ay rthsi Tr say it is becaut se be was save only the government officials and left.
o d~. be ry hsekow f tht et- wa t never asked to her house while ha from the hydrogen bomb ahnd leave
at' UK ', I F- know all o it"ta rt' y,.m (misf'sos was a mere senator. such an important part of the cuhl- e I
Sn s m esponseiality to service youas i, Di r ed Secretary of Aricul- tuCre of Washington behind," he
pn I e et hia e to service a s. tour e y G Benea Is the vorlte h a d e e.Ie t t o e
xpect him tor servdiSevw Mr Cor cal t ai of lt e n.IR obept S.o Kanyer a d i t JdMagme. A i.
b i_ B7 \ L i th aies *o). Thi ur dens Of a UoS sentos.
I n a Tl tlai.. Wh e s ehe haeas vr bil& aa s themy In seent.s
Ae f a th exact i what h A f et B ms on ra meetan o weigh thro h ean heir shpOldeors. N
..GLANCE ByCed fro vs", "theg o e c woy of terawt audhhcan, h women na theat fldbe ** uthbatee asotie mn lstd -
Dy May IS, 13 n when price supports are stabilling the tions to the Sen. Richard B.u
Really knew wh r or not economy Kerr wrote to his con- Russell D- a .) admitted to col-s e wais
SrJapaes e would make n good tih tuents- capital atipr yas lai : l eagues h a recent debate. o inatn m Ia ys es
*~ ..3a: ....-..--treaty l thes -White Hose ,hony de to women! All their legs of not having to take castor
Dexter White already w p ve s they have -been opplng IN oil and saves you from drying KARACHI, Pakistan, June 21 -
f ul enough to eu VAIN for 'SUPPORTS that would dishes." (UP )-Pakistanis went to the pols
s disarmamient pla h t taanbe both completely fleible and today to elect the nation's first
Su to wipe out our armamt e ibe bothv completely flexible and Later he expi ned he came from constituent assembly in a ballot
dustyy immr ediately after host l rI bRMLY effective. a large flamy and was always which it expected to show the
ie esed "" .... Party Survival .teehiques: stuck wit' tle dish-drying chore strength of dissident Moslem 1
"I wanThis he "It(nr a t,,,, Attorney Ge general t bert Brown- which he hated. He disliked that League o cents of Pr eros
mmareo", never i e ell has a secret sdal arranged second only to taking medicine. Mohammne Ali. reme
S public, set to Morenthau on t a with most of the Walters and bar- The chain-letter fad familiar in
15, 194 White wrote then tenders who work ty roktale cir. the now being used to fight One hundred and 37 candidates
"The cessation of active hostil cult. When he wants in ginger communism in Cecosovaka. are seeking the 72 seas at stake
Itles will bring a sudden and com- ale he flashes the high-sign and A government-controlled news- in the assembly, e.sup under le
S 1 plte end to the need for more asks for Scotch. paper in Praue admits that anti- recently drafted Pa ItEnl conti-
armaments. B that time we will Defense Secretary, Charles Wl- Communist etters containing atuo-the firs the stat hs had
.,have all the armaments that son heads straight for the nearest prayer are sweeping over the coun- since it was separated from I1-
could possibly be needed for ytars comfortable chair with drink in try. Each one directs the recipient die in 1947. In many cases sup-
.*to Or There will be a tempta. hand an lets his wife handle the to make nine copies and forward porters of Al'. overnmnt are
t prt of b es, e roving social chore, them to relatives and friends. oos ds t me rs o
could osbly be ded for years A cope of Anerican Legion h own slem league Party.i
Swild about those Caruso rec h was Army and the Navy and labor to auxiliary gal froa New Mexico A perspiring Department of mIn
some kind of dtyle roo stall in the matter ofr cancellation are ray ep to what's-i going on tenor pho oapher was frantically A win for Mai's party Is a sear
-- ------ of contracts, but the soverament in the world. nto rally sup- shooting ctures of Secretary certanty-there is little organed
Sshoulde prepared to hr thles port behinda auta bolster the Douglas Me ay shaki ng ands opo t lon as cbben. ut election of
S_ on the matter cunt'sreserve I they co- with eacht member of a large le. a block pr eIssident Moslem
the"Aside from unemployment, to posed powerful a4 their se: tuon of visitors in Zhis office. TLeague deputies could seriously
be discussed in a moment there ator recently, ina U supe n the photographer whispered hamper the government in ts
Iea't a single good excuse to p. o-f tohe m sure. Ol tii oule was to the ecretaryt hat he hadn't fut.u work.
tinue turning out armaments onceN....a

Soviets and the Red Chinose CRI
moved in to? nf South 'Sree. Had wetawu des ta w o
Sowed this y we would have A NUSON'S PANA MA CANAL BILL
"ll edmOf wea today. SAN FRANCISCO June 21 6. Require Canl dvory in the loses to a min um, bo t
.sassiHs f lar n om. t w d The Pacifc Coast Committee on board to review tolls periodealy the cangithe law so t at
me to w,'ipe out our" armamen ; The Panama Camal has called -anand rvide for. puei.c. heairomgscwhat losuen t asmayina .would in
im Yedafe ti e. vie aand right oe f review m the courts. l act, bieebcargeable, to t ots.
Th i e n re val thatn h 1ee ia hs asvenpott C ianal 1 in .edCapal Zone Goverl- The Magn. sod bill attacks the
a n with ,er laeok o em, trodued in the dal Stesa en- costs to be shared by tOlls problem b preventing such
putl H, s eat tt te by Sa. Wa G. Mausc and other company revenues i losses, tha is, by that
1,19'L White wrotehe endr sw ork'(D.W ash.), ha rm of th pow-relathU..Ion owtat tolls revenues oe r belsun d a svte a ne N i

Thsatio wepof ive to t hei CommMWiat t lain Co-chairmen Wylie ana d Howrd, WlienI _arr
1"-- i,, na e Iitb, ad e. ne=s. b.erth. e,, h,,, ande thme n meat n, s Iemeetihs aid theyRich'nd
Ipt subAj I enehd f mreAkfoIhaper I n 41 ragu ect, s Ithat ing rentydafof Paiwanc,-

hi te'.lt.. coeoamamittseea bsoeenoharaaye"re. ." i o-Temina s Os sd.m
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-1 '5 tm l Cos th"ou ... y .are o a~rcve of the cont'p mt sensational hal" Ameroce
a Malay to tt would x- trials, died a cerebral hemor- ing igarett
t Be i and ta n of coflence i it hage at Doctor o pital yester- months ,whl.
be d ..d .petactd a h l, r imociJJ~i a e- d.ay He was 7.0 c other & ar uo
so ria.ld, stethingeatr k a fore.19 iW-night isand madn beesn -in comea. The report
A 1ftere witnessing thuge eclipse ttlh',i t o oap rtant," Onte ofw the dest of the o-tine Health ervic
at Sig;uiyi, Ceylon. thewode courtroom oratorc, Strykeredida't for the In drnp
The moon totally blacked out ade of the succeed ien Taeatting His acquitted smokers.
the am. fo from five to s8ve "a veryI But his forceful case did result itt It said 1
mTn teisecr nf tewould in a hung jury. in the first Hiss of value' to t
mTiedlipse occurred d g the or pl Four perjury trial. cer Institute a
aes 'tme Scht by nig tedfDWIe o CE United Hiss, accused of lying to con- cn institutlo
bl0.w thereasii ie to communist espionage ring, wa scer Is relate t
Inthe, areas where It was visi- tsp re a I flt later convicted whewithout ex- ing.
yble, n s V reds at Seh u encd the aof the p lanation, the former high State
da t det sands United States Department of lal replaced Str The health

tloa t he on ether ho arl rivr athy h.d alroed Ind housand Tucfldrnn aoth"mo de
-L L s a tared t mila eraundi ioqte *M olbutati furniseth Par-' Race Tr cf andia to o otornyf hs natew
At ft.adane* .sco d triat.u I

O& .CPxdl v :has ope ien for him self. A l Beau '.n ta ohota C edr t ie dooatio, t e 'uhlltheir "spiritual u n- tsay i the tee io seat f a h

res.oco esp night. was g ros Pana cana a d d i l F r onfe e. Th w ere Anothod wst C c ?the wa 000e pe rsomy
upc todt omn 'ets leaeneral N. Jndrte to pnthe ae rhe sieer oi natrted by y tmylranld to aS new era InrIna I Born in Chicago, 1 c Stryk Wo 1 00 Hee ronb
lb..erp.ctaing o.tI Ut he ed fame and fortune in this c Y.rau the. n
Oi.. Aoition h pald in- alL than he is ipfh ed rdor owner James Fox Brady. rllat scriptures say thatein Iternationasl relations. Ironically, though he defended it promise

dA reprt eDbloy Sert e Centotrshnby the dem oa McCarthy had already coaced- thousands successfully during his wmith

comtLe U ndca td re e l the in do, ferr t he n nTe a ub tue. h million dollar tax evasion trial f en over 17 Ie n
51 Ipinve hoanr swl Democratic leaders were de- the oi stig family, which owned cated In abou
M ACersn termined to edefeaMcCarthy d -LongeRamps reaurant chain all parts of te eclipse andfig to, Dr Wlw- ml um ol vtoes inen themrw afternoon tctm. ofrc
owave rused.d along the nges fl rep onfident they had an over- er Tammany leader James. J. Based on I

r Zone oorepondenw a he ti en P l decicsi ore is possibe." ger is A noher wa o thehe des alrem toa
r d iscussion of r s The midda d k e M .n p fes sr of t ioal ta hHs eels OAe w t alla s, egdetn e aar-d o
lMberst peetinoft U.S. non-P na h travel 'to the lved $00 worth of books yes in th ire Colombo zoo to rearing an onittee s ripped dowtn M those est
dA aot the Diablo Service Co n-n atesh.ohd theEfa.he inN f thewct Can.andl.rwserea 8urg. R hen tZry e w. lae t uo third women.
itee nluded aps proval of a new prnted ta tenasti r st u. Porr ony a i before eMes a shs bb||fdfo of|C tobreoitM| .rnd thya t h uaMe ea p ul iM Il Ter

ract with La Ves in R. Dllweg the y House and Senate Ap ropri- oAe t. a part of CARE's program ecut b etet t. B t Mts S es a t

ma Walmngton Brep eta tiv atn We me AMedcal thosere Preclons hAdertic to te.d a floor f ig hIt. m nre wepo I
sashingntonrepmemiesre-serastherliaison between prevent the elephants from am-Senate Demora eder' DiesF uneral "some of tho
t the USCA. cure theol5peri centodiffred ntal oon*orain the United States andepe2iiieg. Lyndor ni rUJhoinsl(Tex.).ewho e Ing recentlT
Sthe appointment of J.Winterande a ied And-jea-' i rni hors abroadR on a i. sA team of scientistsfrom ar. payed a ersonal tole int S the o e asiHE f tu r
a efore pesIno the Ca e Zone.a Panama with a list of oe successfully made important Wiscon nRepublican contro- erm r. w e i
Dun itscuonofirened a Riolrated his Idntention to- Sfrom which yesterday's o volkmesiaoas, ne ioeoenoyncedemusFu

tee mof the Mer durinhe .nd y 1. -r Wright ormsr ptident of thaoe Uver t who shc oce di d e yw t hel on- Inatno
was e Rard H. e eneo as preseura.t-the USCA cAse when the were .selected.- FVassar Cmolraf-ed shectral stuiesDunersia l pamangbo edetmorrowi afternoon at 3 o'clock

diers evic president. A Legletiv e Committees t ofGon- nanced the doni arton. e Ham reported. lleienhower on the eve of tn the Panama C it y Weslyan
r Tee nestreon w h ths es er Pan maonal'e R lBo Fnalds n ere rs .ourlonference. Methodist Church for theu-Ilate
read to bring the membership matters.., Besides the git from Vassaar Samuel A. Williams, who died ear-

Housep to d ofn events of general 7. Undertook to p94 resent the eft rerersix oher books don at e Un- week ago. aboard ran a ground on o* o
raSA pointofvieww cll-nMae Msche s nonald
interestiation of the Beasley cas 199, Dr.ouay and Mrs.nompany, publish. -" disapproved tpaengeres.o!ution after A a
A report by the membership Senate holds hearings on theern New York City, and t w rejecting 8-7 a Republican move A tailor at the Balboa Clubhouse 0

commslation, throtee indicated that pproprh e United States-Panaa Treaty. books weby Dr. P. B. Mo s a -Casti- e aresono to table It-and th bottle it for many years up until his -P.O.
19554a drivel was going slowly.out he I oafd to r huband, eNo CR eom sceboxo uk of Cmaiue. Doctor pThe cmtele Tsaboutotwo-months agoMr
takelicSn active part In the ravrm- Mrs. lt i rlWviv by her 17 at the state house. His wife Sr dor told me my illness Tevoting came ion ao-hiurynears f ol and a former survivor i -it
paign to get new members for daughter Marore gave birth tot heir second son on hav been caused bclosedy afterthe con- Massaan'chusettof the Sunday School of e Wes
.thgrou.olin e mangtrlge yrenethel Medicr a teroese.sonotcth- OLYopen hearingtint hich Under-!lyan f Methodist- Church.I f Other poop
tah e g ourp Colso ave areor oI I arhflo petsecretary of State Herbert Hoov- I The funeral will follow the serve never as bad as
.State on the question theC a. thn-eiui cisco Moreno. fourth year sst u.y.- -Shapely film beauty Marie oerJs Dtha tyaluin!c
nal Zone government. essor of urology Dr. Santiago Pi. an other siege of illness today ry.
During discussion of renewinrLongndont. Colorado, of Mr.tSuner, professor of physiology, and honeymooned with multi-
Dlweg's contract' a eume of Merle Wright, wife of Dr Mrs. Doolan, vice pres. millionaire shoe manufact urer
his major aetiv 'esn Wright, former identf the Canal Zone College Harry Karl whom she once di- he h u e t e
pastoyear was present c 'gote yu.._ +'eat atrGorgas Ho ief'taleaClub, Portvd s S 'Ex ursil o Ste aml er" Y O R o
members. They included, was received on the Isthmus of Education field party, Dr. An- Allergic to him. MEEPYRrs.S B tr
The instigation, with the yeerday.tonio Gonzales Revilla, en inMcD aon ald's mother nineds f.r
Assistance of Rep. John Allen Both Dr. nd Mrs. Wright the Medical School, Mrs. Mary G. Mari e T ubonldisclosed fre n sn
of the investigation and wer well known on aw the er Canal Lowrie, cg the te UT .I f of CARE Mission in last night that her daughter
hrin before a sub-commit- Zone. They lived in Balbo Panama; Dr. Jaime do Guar- and the Hoe stre .
tee of the Mercht Marine And from 1935, When Dr. Wright diaprsdent of the University of who reconciled last win a etetr. were The excursion steaer Pilgrim Now that they're on vacation, come a
.Fisherdles .omnmtte of the tk his intensp p at Gorgas Panam Vasearm H e- remarried In YUM O, Atheri., al Belle wIt h 272 passengers advantage of ouryn.
House Of Rne tativeso These en sH titoa1e949 hen heeft rrera thifatis oat 16E 0Un- week Ago. aboard ran aground on a
hearings* heldJ 4o ne ,4md testic. ersity eTh eacutre W swo reef. .r near Spectaclet t.BM arTO ,S
6, 18 an and July 8 and 7, to fall c c Fr.IClAleFrOk.
toe withe draft oe the A s a.e p Al a oFIGUARES prmPelatom she had abandonedn The gessl was reported "idn ToS ee the busy e outeoo~ le
inWasrintof rthemepecomn-vaCOLhopes oef living with the rhoe Cno imedlate danger." But these rUnerl Ovr n
omitteed dAu g.ee4,e ee954.UoN "he.dmeUnited Statesmagnated bus ensut Wpic cear s whsba Gwporopeightowt i iWednesdaycenlyh
- Reqappoented nt ted an dFollowingp h is re gatnd e p.i nek n Cleveland Republican, fin- "We are two p ise v *romuHeb rem oving p assonalreTt
investigation of the Beansley case 1949,h Dr. and Mrs. Worightleftwo-on efthshn the Upimarythsit lofdve,"sersited Wlat te f n pon oges T.h.
by the Armed Services Commit- the Isthmus and have been qualifying for last November's time. "and we mustd iportate. The boat was making its first
tee of the House. making their home IneLong- general election; finished 17th io When I'm with him I got sick- teripl_ ofR I t dayno e ntet,
4 Rq a ede t he A ee e the fall contest in which 17 per and when we're part I'm well. Beach when it grounded in a OOIT THE ANCONP..
nation n throughrmappropria-opracticer. sones wore elected; was asignv That'. s the realreas on Je fo the fog. The Pilgrim Belle Is pe-
tion bill, which spell out the In addon to her husband, desk No. 17 and post office x No breakup of our marriage. Do etor e red e L.
appltcdati onfevet of ee Travel Mrs. Wrint in survived by her 17 at the state house. His n didfmeaftercstoartedttheo esonmLiynfei
LA eo(Thls Iy the measure re- 34-yearolds daughterMarjorie gave birth ot heir nd nte on have been causedibytthebcon-oMassachusetta.
paln e -for the e frorn'Lou. e March 17.coosee.

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ntd other agedcta6s4os 11anga
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based on a "repre- between lo and o
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etailed findings" vered that about -2 s5
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census Bureau our- datly and 7%t
tM men and worn- there occasional. .. .
30 urban areas lo- It aad 3 mri'fl l l
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POWER-THE NORTHWEST'S BIGGEST HEADACHE-The Pacific Northwest, for two dec-
ades considered a port of hydroelectric wonderland, is facing the possibility that in five or 10 years
its population and Industry growth will surpass its power production. Instead of last winter's:
peak generating capacity of 7,750,000 kilowatts, the demand in the winter of 19M-05 will probably
w 14,000,000 kilowatt Sp more dams will be needed to harness the Columbia River and its tribu-
taries In the last 20 year, Congress has towed two billion dollars into the region for Fedekal
profit. but this sorf of Federal aid is coming to a halt Private power advocates want government
out of the power picture, except where dems artf built into "partnership" by the Federal Govern-
ment and privately or local publicly owned utilities. The Eisenhower administration aeree with'
bhis view This Is a political issue which will get hotter as the 1956 presidential campaign nears.
Map shows the dam situation in the region. Controversial projects are those proposed dams which
IaM mefting delay due to the fight between public and private power advocate.



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s"MYFOOT ITCHES"-Visited by a friend in a Winfeld, Kan., hospital, that's what three-year-
d Connie Ruth Lawson, victim of the tornado that blew her home town of Udall to pieces, told
friend. *But the foot Connie complained of wasn't there. qIt had beer; amputated. The little
I lay in the hospital not knowing that her mother and four others of her family had been buried
ete Udallcaemetery. Her Lather, also a tornado victim, is alive in a Wichita hospital. EXCLU-


-When Model Margaret Rowe,
19, was chosen England's can-
didate for the "Miss Universe"
contest; there were squawks
from English connoisseurs who
prefer the traditional straight
and unprovocative 34 24 37
British contour. Margaret shapes
Up as 37-24-37. .

Sj to see why Gwen Verdad'
plenty of applause in his
latest movie, "Gentlemen MaX' i
ry Brunettes." She appears for ,
less than a minute, but in tht .
time she shows off a diamond.e
studded garter belt at a ParLsin
fashion house-all to the tune I
of a burlesque stripper's beat.
Curb Backache
If youu uer from attlBa,
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United StaUtes from the stadpoint AND WHY NOT?
of aeoZF tn deo ets. go BUPRLINGTON, Vt.-(UP)-Mil
to Denoer, Colo., where field na Lucy Bushey celebrated her 101st
will be made into tbe Colorhdo anniversary by eating birthday
Frqnt Range of the southern Mock- cake-for breakfast.

have compounded e faWUia for beating et in #ilk e We
where temperature recently oand to 10. The form la s
of Ice, bottles of pop, Ice cream cones and a garden. hoe-i
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*, t tim adolble-ring ceremony. 1 tablespoon minced onion, cup
chopped sweet pickle, % cup diced
Wedlg Ring Melds celery.
Sprinkle gelatin on cold water to
Aspic Layers: Two envelopes un- often. Piace over boiling water
0 flavored gelatin, 1 cup c toma- and stir until gelatin is dissolved.
to juice. 3% cups hot tonmato juice Add salt and lemon juice. Cool.
__ teaspoon salt, % teaspoon pep. Gradually stir into mayonnaise.
tablespoons lemon juice. Mix in ham, onion, pickle and cel-
jas 'iapkl gelatin in cold toma- ery. Turn on top of almost firm
i 9 M to juce to soften. Add hot tomato first layer; chill until firm. Un-
SWt ulce to soften. Add hot tomato mold; fill center with salad greens.
ce and stir until gelatin is dis- Note: Before assembling, have
sovied. Stir in salt, per and all ingredients prepared for chick.
M ai.. B gS From Uncle Sam eon c..e iide m' ol i en and ham layers.
C..hil.- l, untl .. Co-Eds To Invade
WASHINGT'N -(UP)- Presl-'Army engineers to FOA-for ikei Lyer: igs) Men's Campus
det Einhbower probably n won't lad; ht trailers from there r l a n R o s
maxe a issue of it at the Four force to th tb and wildlife use One envelope unflavored gelatin, At Rochester. NY
metiag, but-- ice for married employes in remote % cup cold chicken stock or bou.
It apars that Rusi has been Alaskan areas; So000 blankets Won, teaspoon salt, 1 table. ROCHESTER N Y -(UP)-A
o ectig Uncle Sanis fancy from t.heDefense Department to spoon lemon juice, /4 cup maU- uartercentury of separat ca.
mau bags. the Federal Civilian bTense Ad- naise or salad dressing, 1% cups poses for male and female Univer-
This came to light when the minitration for disaster reserves diced cooked chicken, 2 table- sity of Rochester students will be
general Services Admiistrati Right nowGSA is looking around spoons dice green pepper, 1e a thing of the past next fall.
reveled that It had track for a ghy used fire t of a diced ler Women students will invade the
80,0 A00 awpatchedlup19,n; e nehmi c^ m
thea -up w. burlap ino ge. it seems that the Sprinkle gelatin an l c h ere ven's c am o nt enes o-
from the Post Omitce Depp a stock or bouillon tos ften._ o. en s campus one the i Genes egi Riv.
C., fire,. d art- er i o of the biggest
to the k'orelgn Operations hdtAlU' t';t, is just about tugg out. over boiling water and stir until transplantation, ever attempt
station to beused for ts eye on a couple of dissolved. Add salt leon The Womens college of the
rice in the Far East. ed; tf ,b they proved too big for Juice; cool. Gradi UiversMhas been oatedmth
cure reporter awantedw channel. maypnnase. Mixi, greenmiles from the men's campus.
know why the Post Office was, poorf boUniversityofficils, however, d

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ba i typical o GSA role in theFirt t Flighfirm first. Ert r;decded that a single o-educatonal

tranerring exe p property from la Guradia Jr. continue to play
one g ament or agey to an f le game a hel firelimia. n ; the ith Prodnstitution was preferable.-and

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othewe ro countrie te there haven't bn *ries of
rel head of the bcanv h case tha lsh fro htt men, either.

The a.amount to teady game that saw him hoot from coughing *i*
year1 t .. ulmdOne of the most Intvrestingin
Items evythig ro th about the first flight is that a leonjuice,
livhe Communists and arently three sponsored by the our semfalis are
have enough smy sacks because Kings Ransom and Hous ae
they return these basber. So as the Sla Guotchar W hi s ke y, was
inbags g t worn and patched the slashed to eight over th his t r. ImP

GbA s it over tHowrd father when n 'eliminated Gordon t
are tired wch at the mail service wa ee nd as our players n ech Fine final Sreen.ade.
and used eral epurity Admp Coming into f18atwo adll even, both Dal- ." W ~f
Fiading a no w use for burl anp s de mi i lal vi on
bO dayis typical of GSA role in InSer the g recent Fin ht, Ernesto'n was a-d e "Il
tranbert excess d s property from la Gurdia r.continuex. Dalto n a \ e i i s. A.
ohadn g met or ag y to an- ted f rte g ame a he e nad then / 1\ ,Prd c o Mde, S. A.
Ateor thou uet.heb become nw dangerous Roberto T Guardia Er \ '
and 1 m e.g Don Erm paly-

the aret put tlrea the e duck eto' brother and erneto giveI .
po at the monoo. The GSA gavi u.des-kept family record gaIong -

thC. to o Natial Tranch. cawe the log ballmn hitter With a able to the audice
Schl tr .amou for a S tnday 3 and s .a Mitye-are tohim fif
so. prUaper aend that it fivate Over e- pofpygEar 7 7. ._..
Items ihe Air eert. When any th about the first flight da, andt
live dMudS osomadtvs dhar- Wree oft he four semi-fInalits are
bar memberthis pls of the de la Guardia
for 0*' s E rnest de ] aGuardia MO R
iGSA over Howed fa their when eliminated Gord on
UnivdiV which t the time was Dalton on the 18th and final green.
undr Federal Security Admin- o, 'a. L I W
~tMauc f teDt and f do in Guardia were on
Or# dpa r the National Park Serv- the green in two. Dalton was .-
ice GS.A daed whatto boutS venNfee t mthe in and
do abodt = ducks the moo e I uardWESTia about six. DaltonG O
had to $* rid of. PUged flrst, mised and thben
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pA=tbthome e Era*mo do AnlGuar-dia Er

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USING HIS HEAD-More bounce to the ounce, at that, as this soccer player uses his head
to good advantage to propel the ball away from his opponent in Brooklyn, N.Y., match.

HIGH IN SKY-A high throw from the catcher to Shortstop Harvey Kuenn of the Tigers
is stopped by the stellar infielder but too late to nab the stealing Al Smith of the Indians.

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Wet Ger0im Chancellor Konrad Adenauer (right) on his
IKE MEETS ADENAUER--President Elsenhower (left greets
arrival at the White House for talks. Looking on are (left to
right): James B. Conant, U.S. Ambassador to Germany; Sec-
retary, of ta te John Dulles; and German Ambassador
Heinz L. Krekeler (hidden behind Adenauer).

SI Panama Line

By United Press


Japan suffered its first big set-
ack of the Pacific war olf Mid A total of 122 passengers is
'ay June 4-6, 1942. A Japanese scheduled to sail from Cristo-
rm da vastly superior in numbers bal Saturday aboard the Cris- I
vas defeated by an American force tobal of the Panama Line.
till weakened by the Pearl Harbor iTwo passengers are booked
A'laster. i for Port-au-Prince, Haiti. 'They
Mitsuo Fuehida, a captain in the are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cha-
ormen Japanese navy, and Masa- vez.
ake Okumiya, a commander, The complete advance pas-
'rote the Japanese story of Mid- senger list for New York fol-
'ay four years ago. An English lows:
language version of their book has Mrs. Katharine Adams; Mr.
een put out by the United States and Mrs. S. R. Airey; Mr.
Faval Institute, with the title and Mrs. William Allen and'
IDWAY, THE BATTLE THAT two children; Dr. and Mrs.
)OOMED JAPAN. George W. Bland and 2 .chil-
Fuchida and Okumiya, fliers who dren; Samuel Blank; Gabriel
3ok part in the Midway operation, J. Boazoumet and daughter;
ive generous credit to the Ameri. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman C.
ans for the uncanny timing of the Brooks and 3 children; Miss
une 4 attack by U. S. carrier Clara Christensen; Mr. and
'lanes that sank four big Japanese Mrs. Joseph S. Corrigan and 2
aircraft carriers and ended the children; Mr. and Mrs. I. E.
ireat to Midway. Crouch; Miss Lois A. Crouch;
The authors wrote that Admiral Miss Lois W. Crouch; Mr. and
laymond A. Spruance, command- Mrs. Samuel A. Culetta; Peter
ig a U, S. carrier task force, De Stefano; Mr. and Mrs. Fred
planned to strike his first blow as A. Dubem and 2 children; J.
ur carriers were recovering and Rodney Ely; Mr. and Mrs.
efueling their planes returning Richard E. Evans; Mr. and
rcm (an attack .on) Midway." Mrs. Maurice Gold; Dr. and
L-prualct, now retired both from Mrs. Carl H Greebe and two
he navy ad from his recent dip- daughters; and. Mr. and s.
imatic pst as ambassador to the Leo buentert;
'hilippine ges his ire o it in
fori-r'4 the English edition of 'r. and Ar Louis -
\e bdokl Perhaps with some imanft and two children; a .
odety, e a osf: Harme; Mr.,and Mrs. Wilarn
"In read.ig the account of what G. Hill and 2 children; 'Mr.
happened on 4 June, ,I am more and Mrs. Donald R. Jones and
an ever impressed with 'the part 2 children; Mr. and Mrs. G.
hat good or bad fortune some- Clair Lawrence and 3 children:
times plays in tactical engage- Mr, and Mrs. James E. Law-
ients. The authors give us credit, son; Roland J. Lee; Jr.; Frank,


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MOVIES TV RADIO A Chicago husband recently went
ao w Er skin e J of a to court to divorce a wife whose
by rskin Johnsn weight had increased from 17 to
e M.u 190 pounds.7"
O--" He finally told the judge that he
By ERSKNE JOHNSON is is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones: would ld be glad to have his wife
NE Staff-Correspondent i If Marilyn Monroe is immortal back gidadwhenhe m
NHOLLY WOOD -(NA)- Holly- ized in cement at Graumann's Chi- down to a trim 125, finally relent-
wood a Grapevine: It's memories, nese theater, an NBCut up is won- dog n or t fsnalet hr a t-
memories for John Payne, who is during if she will be asked to sit ing even more, to set her accept
loving it up with Rhonda Fleming instead of stand. ante weight at 140 pounds. y
and Colleen ray for scenes in IThis little story is by way of
"Tennessee's Partner." Before he' No it's "Cars of the Stars" leading up to the observation that .
became Sandra CurtiA' partner in rubbin fenders in a Hollywood a husband and wife ought to be
domestic bliss, he was practically Autocad t Santa Monica pier for frank with each other about the
engaged to Colleen and then dated the benefit SHARE. Among the things they hold important. ks he
Rhonda. before-h axea eyepoppers: Ty If the one thing he thinks he
Power's $16,500 1930 Dusenberg; can't endure in a wife is over-
The Hollywood televersion of the'Marlene Dietrich's four miles-to, weight, then a husband ought to
big prewar hit, "The Petrified the-gallon 16-cylinder, 1934 Cad and tell her that before she ever starts
Forest," was a smash dramatic a 1926 Italian phaeton with hand-to get fat.
hit. But give me Davy Crockett's tooled leather covering entire EX-b If a wife is convinced she can't
raring rifle instead of those cap TERIOR.e live happily in the same town with ONE LINK OF NATIONAL DEFENSE-The nation's first radar island, a 6,000-to -'Texas
tol shots from the two-gun I her in-laws, she ought to say so in- Tower," is moved at dawn from the Fore River shipyard at Quincy, Mass., en route to Boston
umphrey Bogart and machine Evelyn Haver, June's brunette stead of keeping still until her for further outfitting. The island will eventually be towed out into the Atlantic Ocean, 100
gun fire that sounded like rain on sister, is planning to tell it to the marriage is near the breaking miles east o. Cape Cod, where it will be mounted on stilt-like legs 87 feet above the water. It
a sponge roof. parson with jet pilot Ed Dosch. po instead o being frn with will be the first of a chain of islands in the continental radar warning system.
.The NBC sound department has She's a chorine at the Sands Ho- But instead oil being frank with
gotta go. tel in Las Vegas-in the Copa arise, too many husbands first doU A r e Fy J z Ti
arise, too many husbands andir
National sculling champion Johni Tab Hunter, about the only star wives let a situation develop until
B. Kelly Jr., won his 65th race in in Hollywood this side of Sonlja they get to the point where they New rducts U S A ir en Fly Jazz Train
the fit annual western sprint Heinie who can do figure eights on are ready to cal it quits.
championship at Newport Harbor. frozen water, looks likely for rankness Essential In Marriage
But pectatpr and after-the-race'MGM's "Heas Brinker." There are some things almost By V. G. VARTAN
p every husband and wife know are United Press Staff Correspondent ro
fusas over him as Grace Kelly's IU-I has assigned the Monroe-ishn should be erfectly frank about.
brother 'than as a champ. I Leigh Snowden to train with Swiss should be perfectly frank about. NEW YORK (UP) A new.--
Publication of one of those pho. body movement ex p r t Walter It is much better to nip a bad gold watch for men features "in-
tos of Gina Lollobrigida hopes to Saxer. He has been Jennifer Jones' habit or a careless tendency in direct lighting" in the dark.
legally shelve explains why she's mentor in the art of moving grace- the bud than to put up with it until The secret: the watch hands are
in a tizzy. The camera angle fully ever since she made "Song it ruinsa marriage wouldn't luminous on the underside only.
makes her legs look like oil drums. of Bernadette." Are they trying act, it proay woun This gives a softly diffused "sil-
to take the Monroe wobble out of ried couple to tell each other quite ate"h i n eiee aefct when then
Paul Douglas is still in the dog- Leigh's walk? watch is viewed at night. In day.
house south of the Mason-Dixon fonkly what they expect of each ight the hands show no indication
line, but Ben Gage isn't. He brokeJ Selected shorts: Marion Fleming, That is something toomany of luminosity.
up a swimsuit fashion show Esther the Scotch orphan brought to Hol- ples never find out until they face
Williams was commentating in At lywood by Roy Rogers and Dale each other in a divorce court. streamlined case of nd the "Prescott"n
lanta by waving the Confederate IEvans, has decided to stay in the tremade of 14 karat gold. The
flag and to0assin g Confederate U. S. with them until she finishes BAD GUESS are made of 14 karat gold. The
money to the audience. her schooling. British laws prevent winding stem is recessed in the
Esther's next film, by the way, Dale and Roy from adopting the GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -(UP) case. (Hamilton Watch Co., Lan-
will be minus the spectacular teen ager, who possesses a fine The next time East Grand Rap- caster, Pa.
swimming sequences usually asso- singing voice and intends to try for ids buys a fire engine, officials are .-
clated with her films, It's a com.,a concert career. certain to use a tape measure A The automobile now has an um.
edy, "Opposite Sex," with just new pumper purchased recently brella
some splashing in the pool of a There will be a title change for proved to be wider than the sta- The "rain-visor" is designed to
luxury Reno hotel. "The Virgin Queen," the Bette Da. tion house doors. It cost a tidy let you enjoy drive-in movies when
-W---- via-Richard Todd costarrer, when sum to rip out a brick wall and it rains. The plastic attachment
Warner Bros. waited until Mario the film is shown in England. The make a new entrance for the it rig he a windshield,
Lanza approved the final script of British won't allow the tag. pumper. thereby eliminati ng the need for USAF APT. MAX MORGAN: Musicals ike the stock arket.
Serenade" before announcing An- running the engine to keep wind- LONDON, (NEA) -Sixty-f i v e
film Is now scheduled to start SHOWING AT YOUR SERVICE CENTER hield wipers going during the American airmen have steI ped
rain. forward as the fathers of Lon on's
Not In the script: A pal asked THEATERS TONIGHT]I-hiall-g rev,"T e
JimmyStearch for hi edofandocriL AWhen not in use, the 18-by-48- Jazz Train"-and have thrown the
search fSorw r his role of adoctor in BALBOA 6:15 8:20 DIABLO HTS. 6:15 8:05 inch gadget fits neatly into the auto I United States Air Force into an
Paramount's "The Man Who Knew aIR-tONDITIONRn Spencer TRACY Itrunk. Adjustable for attachment awful flap.
PaToo Much." anHoR O "BAD DAY AT BLACK to the rain gutter of any model "Not that the baby isn't doing
"Yeah," drawledJ inT, EROCK" car, the unit fits to the windshield fine. "The Jazz Train" has the
Yesh, drawled mm y, I CinemaScope Color! by suction cups. audience standing on its seats and
watched three 'Medic' a h o w s on ACL E Also Showing THURSDAY!
wTV." thr edto Also Showh THURSDAY! cheering At the Piccadilly Thea-
GAMBOA 7:00 It also may be used outside of tre. "The most brazen, guaint,
The Witnet:Rock Hudson saysRAck HUDSON drive-in theatres. On the road, the comic, sexy revue London has
he knows a starlet who fled out WEST EVER Taza Son of Cochlse" "rain-visor" helps to prevent snow seen in years," is the way the
the form for the Red Cross blood Friday "Operation Manhunt" (Sightaster Corp., New Rochelle, Not that th 65 U.S. Air Force
a.k and listed her bl i-d .le n MARGARIA. _.6:15 8 5:05 Y.) officers don't stand to. aea
.... ... Jean ARTHU baU i el 'of money or a "$i5, in-
,s Charles BOYER Greener golf courses 1Pom in the vestment; the show is booked
i "History Is Made At Night" future, thanks to a new nitrogen solidly for weeks to come.


here bo credit is ue, for being Hugh Lerchen, Jr.; Mrs. Ma- Many parents who see B a by
ie to choose the exact time for rie B. McConaghy; Mrs. Eli- sucking on a washcloth or a rub-
Ir .attack on the Japanese zabeth McNevin and son; Mr. ber bath toy quickly jerk it out
rriers when they were at the and Mrs. Dewey E. Mann and of his mouth and substitute a
eatest disadvantage flight 2 children; Mr. and Mrs. Ro- drink of water, feeling that he's
cks full of aircraft, fueled, ger D. Michel and 3 children; thirsty. He may be, but let him
med and ready to go." and Mr. and Mrs. William have his washcloth; it's o ne of
t and the JapneseMonroe and 2 children; the pleasures of bath time.
nowledge that American intelli- Rev. and Mrs. Mainert J.
Smad the victory possible. Peterson and 2 children; Mr. One pair of parents was pre-
Americans had broken a Japa and Mrs. Kenneth S. Roscoe pared for terror on Baby's p a r t
radio code and knew of the and 5 children; Mr. and Mrs. when he first heard the toilet!
way plan even before the Frank A. Rybieki and 2 chl- flush. His reaction was one of pure
rial fleet left Japan. The U. dren; Mr. and Mrs. Cliff delight at the sound. Now he sits
carriers were waiting northeast Sanders and son; Mr. and Mrs. at the bathroom door, waiting for *
Midway. Carl H. Stad]er and daughter; his entertainment. This goe s to
r Miss Marion L. Starkey; Mrs. show that each Baby is individvril
s a study of American police Eva N. Talbcy; Miss Marca Van in his tastes.
ork. THE MAN WHO PAID HIS Magoner; Mr. and Mrs. Nel-
AY by Walt Sheldon (Lippmincott) son E. M. Wise and son; Miss Serve as a lightning rod to
as honest in intention as "Drag-; Joaphine P. Withers: Dr. and protect Baby from the terrors of
4." It is, however, considerably Mrs. George R. Zimmerman summer thunderstorms. Even if
ps flattering to the police, and 2 children; and Mr. and they make you quake in y our I
ot that there are no honest cops Mrs. Waldemar Zirkman and boots, teach him to enjoy the be
Sheldon's novel. His principal! 2 children. flashes and rumblings. Lessons in
iaracter, Korea veteran Robert storm safety can be left until he's
ator,, has all the best intentionsi NO GAIN a little older.
though he does waver from time1 SPOKANE, Wash. (UP) -
time) and John Garden, the George Crispin put out a rubbish ,. .. .
Istsh !GUOn not days be careful about'
ssy little detective in Fugitivei fire that threatened his garage oasnot Bay. T careful age ut
warrants, is painfully sincere. and congratulated himself for hay-oasting Bby The carriage with
But Capt. Lester Ord, the chief ing saved the fire department a hood up can be as uncomfortable,
detectives is a glory-hungry in- run. But a few minutes later he parked, as a parked car is in the
impetent; It. Thurman Bettinger called firemen. He had hung the blazing sun. Unless he gets a
snobbish, corrupt and murder- sweater used to smother the rub. breeze give Baby a chance to
us; and FredLoveman, of Felony bish fire in the garage. Sparks play on a planet In the shade.
orals, is frankly a thief. from the sweater set the building -
There is plenty of action and ablaze. I Baby's overall straps seem to
ispense in the book but it lives ui; '- --- .i be too long yhen they're bought.
) the publisher's promise of being and too short too soon. Instead i
no10 gats-guts-and-gams detective was only one way to do that-to f removing the buttons and sew-i
arn." It is .an exciting, absorbing take the road." ing them on again about every,
ory of a man's struggles with Unfortunately for the soles of three weeks, Just install new but-1
mself and his environment .. Dr. Migot's western feet, the roads ,tons whenever they're re e eded. .
She encountered were mostly un- They make easy to use hand-
The delights of crawling over the beaten wilderness trails. Fortu-' me-downs this way.
igged Kunlun mountains of the nately for the reader, the soul of, -
ibetan border-clad in threadbare the man, himself, was made of FAIR ENOUGH
armtnts and torn straw slippers- sterner stuff. I
rill probably elude most readers.! The book contains enchanting! PORTLAND, Me. -(UP)- Mrs.
ut Andire Migot, mystic, scholar, descriptions Of shrine, lamaseries, Claude Leadbetter recalls that it
veterate romanticist, and author, awe inspiring scenery, Tibetan was a 1924 auction that started her
f TIBETAN MARCHES (Dutton); architecture-as- well as a long on her life-long hobby of landscape
as a dedicated man. !tantalizing look at the mystery, painting. "A neighbor and I both
He was determined, he says, "to; philosophy and, tenets of Buddhism wanted a painting we saw at the
now China, to soak myself in her and Tibetan lamaism. Migot was auction," she said. "We compro-
vilization, her life. her religion, initiated into the Karampa sect of mised. She bought it, and I got]
all her infinite variety. There Buddhism. some paints and copied it."

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with a delayed-action rate of re- up the wires to the Pentagon in' ISABELLE LUCKS: She's star.
lease. It dissolves slowly in the soil an effort to find out.
ovtr a number of months. I Meanwhile, the enterprising I didn't even know came to m<
A single application a season is GIs who put up the money for and begged for a share. In a
suggested as sufficient to growth big, lavish, all-colored.revue fortnight I raised $45,000 whict
healthy turf in most sections of the are rolling in clover. -. i was enough to get the show on.
nation. About 10 pounds of Ura-; All London is talking about You can stage a show on a shoe.
mite are used for 1,000 square feet roly-poly Bertice Reading, of string here," he adds.
of turf. (Du Pont Co., Wilmington, Philadelphia, who stopped the Next Morgan persuaded Mer-
Del) I show with her imitation of Bessie, vyn Nelson, the New York pro-
DelSmith, and the Toronto-born star, ducer, and 14 of the original chst
Isabelle Lucks. A sizzling dance to come to London, the balance
of lovers on a fish net suspended of the cast being recruited from
25 feet above the stage leaves West Indians here.
audiences gasping. I
It began last November when When the U.S. Air Force of-
Capt. Max Morgan, a 43-year-old ficially got wind of the show,
S s /I switchgear salesman from Call- things began to pop. Air Force
fornia, developed an itch to go Regulations were thumbed fever.
into show business-on his spare ishly, even the Pentagon was
time, of course. consulted. In the end it was de-
Morgan, a pint-size airman, cided that nothing could be done
thought London would go big for about Captain Morgan's extra-
"The Jazz Train," so he got in military activities.
touch with its New York pro-
ducer. I "It's like the stock market," an
The captain's idea was to form Air Force spokesman happi l y
a company and then to invite his explains. "If these men want to
Sfellow-officers to become invest- buy stock in a show it's their owr
n,-.---ll on off-duty t i m e, of private business." Capt. Morgan
course. ;however, was required to sevej
L B 0 A like wildfire got around the campsihis legal connection with tht
like wildfire," he relates. "Guys'musical.





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Thirty-eight-year-old Archie Moo-
re, a "good big man," is favor-
eo at 12-5 to defend successfully
his light heavyweight ro wn
tOnight against middle e eight
champion Carl (Bobo) Olson. a
"good little man."
An impressive victory by eith-
er champion in their nationally
televised and broadcast 15-rounder
at the Polo Grounds might clinch
a September shot at Rocky Mar-
eanos heavywelpht title. That's
what promoter Jun Norris said.
The weather bureau's forecast Ab
of a fine night-"fair and slight ARCHIE
ly collier "-strengthened the pro-
moter's hopes for more than 25 -
000 fans and $250,000. And addi-
tional $100,000 will be received for R E
the TV-radio presentation o v er
AWC networks at 9 p.m.
Moore, a well-traveled N e g ro
who now lists his home at San
Diego Calif., should earn about u .
90,i00. Hawaiian-born Olson ofIA rchie Hits
San Francisco should receive a-
bout $82.500. Those purses would
*be the largest of their careers. g T
Despite Moore's age, the king y; O lson
Sof the 175-pound division is gen-
' rally considered one of the most
formidable men in the ring to- NEW YORK, June
day. He is recognized as top con- pion Archie Moore well
tender for Rocky Marci an o's trip to the scales and
heavyweight crown by the Inter- Olson registered 1701 a
national "Committee of.World Pro- title fight.
. fesional Boxing Championship. Moore, 38, Was expe
Were it not or the suspicions Ing down to the light I
that he may have weakened him. his fourth defense. Bu
self in paring down to the 175- hisort an densek onI
pound limit Irom the 196-% pounds his shorts o ad se -s on
he registered on May 2, he would ed his heaviest for an-pot
be a prohibitive favorite at 8-1 or his hea t for a n
Shiher over the 160-pound cham- come in at iJ.,
* ever, 26-year-old 0 1 so n-'s
.ycuth, speed and aggressiveness a
seem to give him a chance to be- l di lat a
come the second man in ring JUUU lllE
h.ory to win the middleweight ''
and light-heavy crowns. Only the _
late Bob Fitzsimmons achieved a
.thq.feat back in 1903. Fitzsimmons
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t he made the weight while wearing
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-* Im a By CARL LUNDQUIST 864, and Brooklyn's " An-
I- a e i 54season NEW YORK June 22 (UP) ubs, 7-2, and a four-run ral ly
Bob Lemon, Cleveland's pitching I that featured a two-run t r i pie
NEW YORK, June VP (UP) peach, was half.way. toward his by Gil McDouglad enabled Tom-
Connie Johnson was one of the seventh 20-voctory season today, my Byrne to vin his second route
Toronto Maple Leafs' key players a goal. which would make him job in a roW i six-hitter with on-
who he wop 17 games last season base ball's moat consistent big ly one walk. Bill Wilson homered
-- ld ahe's proving even more al- win rs inlae the heyday of oF for K.C.
uil to the International League Robert Moses Grove -20 years Trucks missed his third shut-
leadep thi, year. ago. out in a row when Roy Bievers
The 64oot 4inch right .. hander No other pitcher that had that socked a seventh inning homer at
gaied credit for hsf 10th win of many 20-victry seasons since Washington but what had been a
t current campaign last night Grove, the great Philadel p h i a tight duel with Bob Porterfield fell
the Mate Leafs defeated lefty, did it for the eight time in into a bush-league operation when
th Montreal Royals, 10-4. The vie. 1935. And. If LemOn makes it he the Nats made four errors, two
tory enabled the Leafs to open up will be ln a select group of im- by third baseman Ed Yost in a
a ne-and-a-half game 1 ad on mortals headed by Christy Math- three-run eighth.
boh the Royals and the Havana ewson with 13, Walter Johnsod
Sugar Kings. 12, Pete Alexander 9. E ddie Williams' homer was his ninth
The Rochester Royals rallied for Plank 8, and Iron Man Joe Mc. since his belated start and gave
two runs in the eighth inning to Ginnity 7. Of all pitchers in the reliever Tommy Hurd his second
beat the Buffalo Bisons 4-3, and modern era of baseball since victory. It was the 12th win in 14
the Columbus Jets btat hichmond. 1900, those are the only ones who for Boston.
.1, I other games. Jack Fasz- surpass Lemon now. Dazzler Don Newcombe w as
blz received credit for Roches- For an uneasy moment last leading man again for the Dodg-
ter's triumph and Carl Duser for night when he became the first ers, holding the Cubs to six hits,
the jets. I American League pitcher to win striking out nine, smacking two
Havana and Syracuse were10 games with a 3-1 job over, doubles to boost his average to
rained out after two innings with Baltimore, it looked as if Lemon's .426, winning his 12th game a-
se6 Chiefs leading, 2-0. chances were in jeopardy be.- against one loss and makingit 23-
cause he injured his left thigh 3 lifetime against the Cubs. His
L L Ua Pia A baserunning in the seventh. Pitch- double in the llth drove In two
T B Hit I er Ray Narleski replaced him runs in the five run game-break
e H...and held the Orioles scoreless. Ing rally.
--- Later, it developed that Lemon's Ashburn and Gran Hamner hit
fATOR LEnA E LEADERS injury was slight and he w ill successive pitches off reliever
MADyR EU E APRESB miss no action. Al Smith provided Paul Lapalme for homers in a
By UNITED PrESSB Lemon with his margin of triumph three-run come-from-behind Phil-
ading t iers)with a two-run homer, ly Rally. Earlier, Del Ennis also
( saed on 180 offWcial at bats) Mickey Mantle hit one of his homered for the Phils.
longest homers yet, 486-feet to Bob Buhl held Pittsburgh to six gue dead center in a 6-2 Yankee hits- while Joe Adeock and Ed
Py t Club PCT. triumph over the Athletics. Run- Mathews supplied homers in Mil-
Ae hiladelphi. .. 353 ner-up Chicago kept pace with a waukee's triumph. Mathews' hom-
Ca p11aella Brooklyne 339 6-1 victory at Washington, sixth er, with a man on was his 15th
Ca New York .336 in a row for Virgil Trucks. Bos- and he drove in a third run with
u a Mwsk b Cineinnati 335 to came from behind to defeat a sacrifice fly.
LanPi'ttsburgh .327 Detroit, 5-4, on Ted Williams' Willie Mays was back in the
Sthree-run homer. Giant lineup but was the on I y
In the National League, Richie man who went hitless. Cincinnati
Am ....League Ashburn hit two homers for the beat Johnny Antonelli for the
aie, Detroit .7 first time in his career, the sec- first time after eight losses since
= D etroit ".3,3 ond with a man on in the ninth he came to the Giants, pounding
tnl, i ago .332 to ive the Phillies a 10-8 victory him out with four runs in the
Power. City .327 at t. Louis. Cincinnati sent the third, three on a homer by Wally
x _Kzets .307 world champ Giants down to Post. Ray Katt spoiled Ja e
-_ their sixth straight loss, 10-1, Collum's shutout with a pinch
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wDr. Flod .0. Slate Ph. D, has .A dance.i 't llrt bhaM
SBe ey nvited by the Uni- At the British Embassy yester. In r eoy Gn. Harrison referred toa eloes t Yw e
S varsity of Panama and the Socie- .day the British Aibassador by to hisog expeenc of cooper. tributions a vy
O N dad Panamena de Ingenleros to Command of Tlhe. Queen present- tion w rit sh troops who, he ty.
give three more lectures. He Is a ed Lt. Uea. William K. Harrison, t sai lwya be relied upon
O L S O N W I W ~professor at Cornell University in Commander U.S.Army Carl b-to fgt matter how bad the ltd ne
charge of concrete, and an asso- bean, wath the ln of a Com- situai might be. The General Officer's .Club R maa wsa
elate I usolsi, metals, and other panion oft the Most onourable Or- him served, at one time under nite for the dra
engineering materials. He is also der of the Bath (Military Divi- the Command of Field marshall u tim Sevents.
in charge of the testing laborato-sion). Montpomery., drawn in all, with ti-lt
ry. | This decoration was conferred A Ungusuih-ed group witnessed a 1OS Belair Chp e et. -A.
Publications by Dr. Slate include on Gen. Harrison for "outstanding the presentation. Lue first ra ise
anS a cel several on oU stabilization, and services to the cause of the U-- Mrs. A. Gome of aea
1 --Trad Mcorrosion, disintegration of con-' united Nations in Korea." n.... M Ii winning number m w __.
crete, aotogenous healing of con-I After a statement of the Gener- pruie of $ 00 U.S. San gs
Trade WI Oriole create, biblgraphies and technical al's services had been read, the l went to holder of ticket Nb.
writing. Ambassador made a short speech, A.S. Irwin of Rodman.,
lsDr. Slate has chosen the follow- in which he welcomed Gen. Har- Proposes Re slon Nonname waslirted on.the o
Unless Cox RepoDrs ing topics for his lectures: rison to the Embassy and ex- V winningthird prize.Holdero
Tonight: Gradation of aggreg- pressed the pleasure. which all the eM C et No. 14126, however, till is
CLEVELAND, Jun 22 UP)- ate during and air entranment. General's friends in Panamaafn aN Cifha rtline for an expense-pid tri
Basehnll Commissioner F o rPd eTomorrow Night: Common prac- would feel at this award. two to Costa Rica. A $100 .
Brikays th rCent er F d t ical problems making an us- He went on to say that this a- Savin bond, fourth re,
Frick says the recent trade be-thisco"nre kwrn us SAN FRANCISCO, June 22 (UP) to oonCarter,of
tween Cleveland and Baltim o r ei concrete. ward was a hippy token of An Octavio Fabrega Panama's Min- ning te .
could be cancelled unless infield- thisue a Presidential water fForeign ffairs.roposed
er Billy Cox reports to the In- Thursday Night: Design of con- A ea reidfl yesterday a to L Barleyat
r Biy Cox reports me dsy A s that the general assem.. took $50 Savings B dr i
tradedfromBaltimorecretemixermessagetoCongress by Andre* bly of the United Nations might prieto.ohnB d.
Cox was traded from Baltimore The lectures will be given at 8: Jackson In which he said: be m decide on the admissio prie.
to Cleveland alone with outfield00 p.m. i the "With Grat Britain distf thenew members rather than the Se. Each of the following
erGein exchange for Law School of the University ofi "With Great Britain d datI new memers, ath hanth' ewg r
outfielders Dave Pope changed Wally Panama. Students, professors and guished alike in peace and war curity Council. were the winner of a S
ouWestlake. The other players have Pope and Warofesions are invited we may look forward to years of brega called on the delegates Bond Otilda Solao, Panama
reporake. The other playe r have profesonut are peaceful, honorable and elevated to the U.N. 10th anniversary meet- 1202; V. J. Coke, Crtobal, No
reported to their new team, but- competition. Everything in the ing to "face the problem of revi.- 2322; Prescott, Fort Clayton,
Cox insists he will give up base- rra a condition and.hlstory of the two sion. Nothing is as dangerous as 1933; Mrs. L. Hurst, Anca .
ball because of a bad leg. Diem.o a e1Defeat nations is calculated to inspire to skirt this issue," he said. 794; Carmen Fremont, Corud
e ing e for a U sentiments of mutual respect and He said that in one respect "the No. 1397; Mary Altmeyer,
Frick- answering a request for Ma thfr aeiu. to carry conviction in the minds, Ideological differences among the du, No. 13319; and Mr.
clarification on the trade by the MOv 0 Irearngs of both that it is their policy to great powers indicate they are Caza, Colon, No. 6M80.
Indians- says the baseball rules preserve the most cordial re a- Anot ready for revision." A weekend for two to 'D
are definite in such cases. "Un- O n aIa m tla n." An example of one change in went to Mrs. Lulun Loan, all
der the rules," say Frick, "if a iN v il l ec uriin w the charter would be to designate Heights winning ticket. No.
player in a deal does not report to the general assembly as the one A weekend for two .-at the El
a club, that club can call the deal WASHINGTON, June 22 to decide on admission of new a Cama went to H. G. Wheates, r
off if it wants to." I (UP- Democrats won the first 0iilDUSIIly members and not the prerogative man, with-ticket No. 4385. J
Frick adds he does not want to und yesterday n a drive to s andprivilege of the great po w- Canelopulos of Colon will ree
make any further comment on he socal secur y n ar he United Nations must be o.13 No.
the matter until he hashadh yarb oe ing 's dynamic body," he said. "Let us uere inning Re1el No.r i
chae torevetl dhe ent reacases he retirement age for women RuMere SR fo 6
chanceubtoreview thet entl t ire a. "nd disabled ?p5Ofl5. war- ilals B nily have no fear of adrevision of, the rae of G eatho, and-dinnr f$or
roundye tedyarFo N rhALcharter.gSome of the desired- at the El Rancho wag won by

Along The Fairways ninsfrom President Eisenhow- ktrn Aa be btained without E. bre4
er and Welfare Secretary Oveta PRIS. June 22 -(VP)--- Top rvipen.". LtCDR ft
Culp Hobby; the louse Way Frech ofcl woked busily Fhe ,it an assessment ofsitant cdor Ntot for
GOLFING GO IP FROM and Mipl Cqmmittee defeat., today o m re r aWFgar" r as rth Nations inh itsftst Refie di an n that
THE AMADOR LADIES ea d 15 td10 a Republican move gram f- yPCNorth .A- (Ja 'Sited bodth, chaie.tts though the final tabulatfons
to force public bearings on thoe frit from slicn own. te a Wemshhses.noyecrlt
The Replay Shot Tournament proposals, same bloody road thatIndoth N ations has dmit tha able tot had reae over 0
ed Nations hat nt eOn able to Winners of t!^p
last week was played in spite of Instead, the committee will na took. f full the mission for which It\was pick up their p att
the rainy morning and Barbara hold three days of secret hear-"
Rhoades and Ethel Perantie tied wings in line with Democratic The National Assembly was set up," be said. trict Special Servieka Offl,
for first with a low net of 81. Bea strategy of pushing the revl- official discussing aicultural "Itop as not had the power t o15th Naval District eadqua
Fish came in third and Bev Dilfer siona through Congress before problems today ut private the big owners ort Amo"or
won the golf ball for the lowest the lawmakers quit for the sum- the deputies were more concern- t. .. bg
number of putts. Good mudding, mer. ed about North Africa than any war."BThe greatest merit ofthe orat
,girls, in the rain! S Senate Democratic Leader other problem before them war. The gits influence tha or-. P
The Mixed Cross-Country Four- Lyndon B. Johnson has promised They gave Faure's address yes- gaisation is what Its influec ,
some Saunday was loads of fun to try to get a vote on the terday only a luke-warm recap- Fare avoid ed." the U.N.' W
and thanks for the free suds! San- program this year t the House tion-a few polite handclasps at brcompega praes in the ield o trus.
dy Hinkle and. Louise Jones really acts In time the end of an address that last- eomplrishmdictioes n anthe field of true-
showed the oldster how thegame The Democrats want to lower d three quarters of an hour. tee urisdctio nd ecnomi d-
was played with their beautiful he a mat hch women could Gilbert Grandval, France's vlopment of under developed
combined scoreof 70. Capt ittle drw socialt securhich women cefouldt new resident general in Moroc- countries.
and Mrs. Bishop came in with a draw social security benefits co, aid he planned to spend a- "Panama has come here to re-
76 and Lt. Wate and Mrs. Little from 66 to $2 and make it pos- bout two weeks here before tak- peat our faith in this organization News was received o b th I
had a 78. Congratulations to you sible for permanently and total- i up new post. and repeat our aim today of the death Dr. W
all! ly disabled workers to draw be- randval was working with aid., in behalf of world peace." liamen C.Todd, formerCanal a
June 23 will be a Blind Bogey nefits without waiting until 65. aure and other top officials ons tender fosre Canat of Cola.
Tournament where you choose The President discussed thp a new plan for giving Moroco lnwan0ers old.e
own handicap and par, be- Democratic plan at his weekly more on-the-spot government, at C Ita was on d ea Fl a
tween 65 and 75 is drawn out of meeting with GOP congressional present, almost all big decisions Howell, Michen, whrehey ai
a hat. Sounds like fun so bring a- leaders today. House Leader are made in Paris. w s i i bee. n making home hasie t
long a friend. Good luck and be, Joshph W. Martin Jr. said after- ied-ikretired and left the aIsthmlus .
py going ward the President felt the her- "The task given to Mr. Grand- R
ings should be held in public. val is immense," warned the
Mrs. Hdbby expressed her view left-wing combat. "Whatever theTo Rebels a Born in Virging, Dr. Todd W
National Symphony eight-page letter to Rep. man's worth may be. It will be RPa Br in Vign r od
Jere Cooper (D-Tenn.), chair- useless If France does not make ROME, June 22 (UP) -Premier educated in Massachusetts and
manhet of the committee.program would cot troublefinte on as possblthree No Mario Selb laid his resigntionalved his law partner w Dr
OrchestrerGCosear before his cabinet today to push University of Michigan. He pl&b,
SGes had ed her to send depart- Moroccan policy of res and strategic Italy into onthe oft he t iced law for a numb of y i
Concert Tomorrow meant officials to the hearing to hope." worst crisis since the war. in Califorenia before he came
give its position. at rnAe t m Seelba, the victim of rebels in Panama in 1r0."-
The National Symphony Orches- Mrs. Hobby warned that the A debate on Algeria, the most Selb, the ctim ofrebe In Paam in 1 o0t.
T hera will give the second concert Democratic program would cost troubled of France's three North bVs.,on Christian Democratic Dr. Todd came to the Dr."W.

Switch Eduardo Charpentier Jr. as questions, some of them s s em m nisl self-rule was scheduled asie te r a De tie In C l
e soloists and Madame a cratic Party, the g up ofanti- He was if
i, and Maae tomor-ro t h: taie.1insaide the h rst idanemtol.affair. theMW
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aSpool singig te aria "itorna
Vincitor" from Verdi's "Aids."
Although many subscriptions for
this series are already sold, tick*
eta for the concert are still avail-
able, at the Department of Fine
Arts, Telephone 2-0258, or the Na-
tional Theater telephone 2-230L,

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House Group Ks

Measure To Extend
Draft Four Years
A joint conference committee a-
greed today on compromise leg-
islaston to extend thd regular draft
four years and the doctor draft
two years. Both are now scheduled
to -,ire June 30.
The conference group also voted:
to lower the age at which doctors
can be drafted from 50 to 45. It
likewise acted to by pass the
"trfflic cop" House Rules Com-
mittee, which has bottled up the
doctor draft.
Chairman Carl Vizison (D-GaJ)
of the House Armed Services Corn-
mittee said he expects the Hovae
to act on the measure Friday. The
Senate probably will act early'
next week.
tension of the doctor dra ft
has been opposed by the kmeri-
can Medical Ass., which ot-
teand it is dcriminatory and n-
e conference committees as -
e da Senate amendment hat
wOWM lower the age at w h ch
National Guardsmen could be
draftlm from 35 to 2S. The Houme
had at the limit at 2 years, the
lase' s for other draftees.
,cr 1nfBerees lo agreed o
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NY General Mgr.
Of Panama Line
Visiting Isthmus
EH.H. Harms, general manager
of the New York office of the
Panama Line, arrived on the
Isthmus Monday night and will
erd a few days hena on off-
clal business.
He plans to return to NeW
York aboard the Cridbal of the
ftnamA Line which Ia saIlla
from Crtba saturday.
N. Korea Plane
Deserts To UN
SEOUL, June 21 (UP)-A North
s n plajla deserted cta nu.
to0 and fled to a United
saips t noe r a e South
drea capt of Seoul.


who have governed Italy sine years he lived on thlestbmliuw
the war. was past master of Macne Lodi
Scelba's strongly pro Vestern 1013, a member of the OddelflaW
foreign policy was not the causeI and the Foresters. _
of his downfall. He was the victim He is survived by his wife ,
of rebels in both the right a n d lhis son Harry Todd, who Is uvhq
leftwing factions of his party who'in Detroit, Michigan.
accused him of "doing nothing" Funeral services were held yg
at home. terday in How1lt-. Miiges.



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