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Appears In Britain
LONDON, Jui 5 (UP)- An unkwown .pro-wypnoi
organiiation proclaimed a "kill Harding" campaign in
Britain today. .., ,
. Leaflets warnad that "a bullet is wartmg" for Cyprus
Cow. Sir John Harding, here for emergency talks about
! th future of tha troubled British colony, v
? Th leifleU were hurled from a! "You ire a murderer end Wsto-
eoeedint cr in downtown Man- ry is aware of it..you are a cnm cnm-They
They cnm-They followed a nil and you have fot tow for
a Mrima a mi Mat ib wainns mi
Harry Trunisn Plays
'Sonata In A Major'
threatenine letter ent yesterday to
! Birmingham newspp.
f Both the letter and the leaflets
, were signed by the "CyPfu libera;
a- ...L..nn.;tt. Great Britain.
Authorities said the threats might
, be a hosx or a bluti oui wey "-'
' "-' -i .... .ffnrt tn trace them.
- ever to tne special
land Yard, which drew the assign-
Secretary Alan Lennox-Boya.
v Harding's' moyemeaU j e ra
, were more closely 8rded.th"
. those el Ede.hlmself j.r the
mong the, large Cypnot Propule
your crime. A bullet Is waitina for
you. There is no alternative."
The leaflets bore the signature
"Dianos'V and the name of the un
SALZB1IRC. Austria. June S (U-
Pi Former President Harry S.
Truman played on Mozart's piano
, He grinned when he hit some
sour notes on the tinkly piano as
he played pa.t of Mozart's Sonata
in A-Major.- r s- ;r-.v."'v
'With this mstrument," Mr. itu
tion ol Loaoon snu F'"'""--- -.',, Mid "you have to play the
ties might mase r' iniece: the way ifr written."
- J X I J
Tne iormer rresiaeni neeumi nu
urging to play when he visited the
low-ceilinged room here where
composer .Wolfgang Amadeur Mo Mozart
zart Mozart was bora more than 200 years
v1 . ipiri. caiiitic- .. ra
th vioiense vaiw,
Sqdn. To Be
EXISTENCE OF THE PANAMA CANAL owes much to the once proud batUeshlp Oregon. In
im ahtrtaamed 17.000 miles around Cape Horn In the Spanish-American War and her his his-toriVlourney
toriVlourney his-toriVlourney gave Impetus to United States planning; of. an 7 St
riialon to build the CanaL ThU one-time great of the U S. Navy Is about to be cut
J fln J?tii in KwasakL Janan. She 1 shown above In, 1918. after serving aa the
flagship' "XflcmXi World War I. Throregon un ammunition transport in
World War II, after which her usefulness was, ended,
Cristobal H. S.
Prof. Ernst Weichert of the Mo Mo-iirt
iirt Mo-iirt Academv first ran through
part of the sonata on the treas treasured
ured treasured piano and then gestured, to
Mr. Truman to try his hand, j
Mr Truman quickly thrust nis
cane -and hat into the hands of a
member of his party and walked
hrictlv tn the instrument 1
Limbering his armt,Mri Tru Truman
man Truman then launc' -1 into the iame
numDer. we snuiea ""uv wu':u I Pauline
Uie audience appiauaea. "--?
Kn An rireri SS?2est that hi
try the "Missouri Waltz." r
Mozart's piano, in the modest
house on the Getreidegasse (Grain
street) in old Salzburg, is one i
the greatest treasures of the mu mu-ciral
ciral mu-ciral world. -;
- Weichert said conductor Bruno
Walter looked at it a few year
ago, but refused an invitation to
play on it because he felt it woum
be a sacrilege against "the holy
keys touched y Mozart."
cnmmtnfunHit exercises for
the n students graduating from
Cristobal .High- School -will be
held Thufsclay r'ght at 8 o clock
In the Hir,ti i ol auditorium.
TU maoism I Ftr M. SUUB
4m M.n ko, was niannea -oy
members ct the National Honor
ificted the "theme
to Jiatcft. y
uniform, around the actm
of the Fweenui w-..-- k
i-ent into effect this weea,
worn when .prescrioea ir
S'formal cicaslow w
Sm, and also carries with
it the optlonuOt white shorta
for working hours. Shown ab ab-bove
bove ab-bove Is Lt Frank D-.H'
wavai riLtx iiwi.,
is also sporting
ew Demands Mads
On Military leaders
WFST POINT. N.Y.; June S
(UP) Army Secretary Wilber
M. Brucker told West Point grad-l
uates today that the "grim threat
of armed aggression" wui require
States to maintain
ine the uniform change. Furey
tlun .nortlna the new wh te
criiard belt ana uwmvc
guaro -. s N photo
, ... ft
ivn jones. w njvv.,
Delaney.'EiUiJ Ann Eckoff,Fe-
ni-i... a-imo ijid Kleefkens:
Patricia teach and Allen Robla.
- va.' orjnir wiT.n humuib.
Charles a. uui-uvJ"'.",'i'j
secondary e-; "Uonwui awu
multy of ti f saculous Medal
Church of ciiobaJ wlU pro pronounce
nounce pronounce the benediction and the
Kev. noaii "in u1
give the inmiration.
Jamet Ambrose, of Coco So So-lito
lito So-lito and Rupert CM, of Colon,
ranked firtt tcholasticollv thii
year among the 73 thidenti ot
the graduating cUsi of Cristo-
.,i .fiditioiv-to winning ichou
asttc honors, both young men
have been actlre participants In
the extra-curricular acUvlUes of
the scnooL - v
inhmu ra elected the out
standing senior boy for the A
ma unuea arnica w arii H was
miuiary smeiu ,T"t V ?h. .Torrid
tougn military smew w -7ur, nrrtPrtrt Zone
nnmi, euided missiles of the science w"
"".- .i. J nd nnn tn IWini 1UI v"
He was named cadet major In
fv.. .tribal High School Re
serve Officers Training Corps
a nartiRlnated in dramatics in
I his sophomore and junior years.
and aviation have revolutionized
war concepts and muitipnea xne
problems of military commanders,
he told the 480-man graduating
class at the annual' U.S. munary
academy commencement .exercis
Balboa H. S.
The forty alxth annual com
mencement xercises for tne
graduating Wass of Balboa High
School la scheduled for 8:00 p.m.
Thursday at the Balboa Tneater,
Only those guests who present
tickets wiu be aamittea.
Th- Renedlctlon will be clvei
by Rev." William Baldwin, and
the -invocation by Rey Paul c.
Leaven, C-M. "i.1 c
Thr-progT wuiv.f-gm wi.
' i Grand Processional,. plajed
.th Balboa High School Or Orchestra,
chestra, Orchestra, which will give a rendV.
tlon f : transenpwon irom
nonpwtuck" by C. M. Ton we-
ber following the invocation
"Oar Class" wiu men d
subject of talks by four honor
students. Mary Curtis wiU take
the subject from lt prowesa
"In Scholarship," Edward Scott
wll discuss "Student Govern Govern-ment,H
ment,H Govern-ment,H Edward Eirchmier, In
Extra.Cnrricnlar Act Ivltles"
and Martha Hackett, "la the
Future." . .
Th. smihne. Hih School Or-
ohMfcra.: wUl then nlay the Tri-
nmnhat March from "Sigurd
jorsalfar", by Grieg.
-Kenneth- wneeier win
h. MucMiint'a address. Tbeo F.
Tint. ..in nrnt the class of
56, and Sigura s. asser. upc.r
intendent of schools will award
The school orchestra will plajr
the Recessional "Pomp and CU
cumstanci." ; .'
. The" twe top rank'nf sta sta-dents
dents sta-dents In ihls year'a Balboa
High School graduating class.
r m r Marv ; Curtis and
The 1st Air Rescue Group and
the 26th Air Rescue Squadron
stationed at Albrook are to be in
A study Is now being conducted
to determine what rescue facilities
may be used for local rescue mis
United States Air Force chief oi
staff Nathan F. Twininc has call
ed for a major reorganization ol
the Air Rescue Service by increas
ing emphasis on the versatility of
Twining said that four Air Res
cue Group headquarters and nine
squadrons will shortly be deacti
vated and replaced with helicop
ters spread oui over as oases in
the United States and overseas
The reorcanization is a new con
ceot in aur rescue operations in
which self-sufficient units at a Urn
ited number of bases will give way
to more widely dispersed, helicop
Found In Boston
BOSTON. June 5 (UP) Th fobulous $U19.00d
Brink? robbery took a sensational new turn today follow
ing discovery of some of the hottest cash in the world in :
a green metal beer cooler.
, Police and FBI agents seized an estimated $100,000
yesterday in a raid on a South End office. V
I The money r in mouldy, rotten bills was taken
frorrti the cooler after authorities broke down a fake wall
panel in the basement office of a building. k
yf : jwo men were arrested near the office and held for
arraignment today on charges of accessory after the fact
of, robbery and receiving stolen goods. ; r-v
' RUPERT CHIN
The change is expected to cut
the cost of the Aif Rescue pro
gram considerably ?and at th
same time increase efficiency.
Dsbsls On Official
1 f fr-
. . V s J r a e$
Cn.'aS On LiCi.nj
COLOMBO, Ceytbn,' June.S
(UP Rioting broke out today
between Colombo's Tamil and Sin Sinhalese
halese Sinhalese populations at start of a
parliamentary debate on making
the Sinhalese the official language
Several persons were-. Injured
including three Tamil" leaders.
Three persons were arrested.
The Tsmils came here from
mithern India many years ago and
form a fairly large percentage of
the population. Tbey had adopted
passive resistance iacucs m oppo opposition
sition opposition to the proposed legislative
Hostile Sinhalese crowds attack
ed the Tamils outside the House
of Representatives. Heavy police
forces intervened with a baton
charge and broke up the battle. j
A crowed beat a Tamil street
merchant in the fort area of Co Colombo
lombo Colombo and a number of Tamil shops
were reported stones. Many more
closed fearing attack, l
Colombo was tense as me nouse
The bills were identified as "def
initely", part of the loot taken in
the Jan. 12. 1950. holdup at the
Brink's counting house garage in
Boston's North End. Ten of tne ai
leged hallpween-masked bandits
are now under arrest in Massa
chusetts awaiting' trial. K i
The raid was staged on inform a
tion gained in the- arrest Sunday
nirh nt rolv-Do!v tx-conviot Jor
dan .P-erry.-iV'of Boston iiy Balti
- PerryyVparfner m the ton
tractlng firm which leased fne
raided office, was seized efter
trying te pais a llmp-leoklng lfl
dollar bill at e Baltimore shoor-
Th Tni in Baltimore said last
night that the Justice Department
in Washington would decide later
urhv prrv will be returned to
Sixteen packets of aging bins
gi-atioincr In ilonominations from $1
to $1000 were counted last night
by seven FBI accountants. The
packets were wrapped in wax pa
per and in newspapers oieu bv.
11, 1955. ,-4:
e.iii.a uiil Perry's only oxpla-
w. that he "found" the
Privale Room Plan
correct the shortage of Pirate
hrh h. always existed
!Usabeth Esser. ; Jbegan its debate on premier Solo-GorWJ Hospital and to pro pro-uriM
uriM pro-uriM mrtis. who is the daugn-, D.n-.riniike'a- nronosal' to1 ,jw private rooms.
ter of Mr, and Mrs. Edward T O. mtk, SmMU the only official L ek oegun in the former
nurtis. t Managua, Nicaragua, ..-. i Ceylon, r J?nu w.rd to make
entered Balboa High SchrKlfrom Th Tamils, barred from the ..rommodatlons avaUable.!
money. He was held en an open
Perry was arrested after ol ire-'
received a tip that he 'ehangH
peculiar-looking 'bill at the ah
mg gauerjy .
Wnen-errested, police said. I -.
ry tried to get rid of several Y -dred
dollars by throwing the
una uie guuer, ..
While he v'hs re ' r--.
"' r poii- ,.u; t- j
and i o- ,D in b';s
und,r Uie rarpet, Ihe bills. ii.
Dunaies and -wrapped in wi :
per,' were brown with ,aga
smenea of mould." t
Police said Perry told thr n 1 e
left Boston Saturday, coming to
Baltimore by train and bus wiJi
a; brief stop in Philadelphia.
in Boston, an m asent said
Perry was "well known" t local
police. He has a record of juvenile
delinquency and in 1947 was sen
fenced to five years at Concord re reformatory,
formatory, reformatory, for automobile theft
The FBI said he currently :
was free en ball "en armed rob
stery charges resulting from a '.
Boston payroll holdup. The FBI
aid it still is Investigating Per
ry's elleged link with the Brink's
wbbery. i.r ''"
The Brink's holdup, InveMff""
the biggest cash haul is his "-y,
was solved last January with t o
arrest of sht of the gang. Twe o :u
ecs were arrested about three
weeks ago. Two others are in r -en
on other charges and one ,t
w, Trial for the 10 is expect el
begin in late summer or early
Only today they appeared in
ten. court seeking to kill the.tr
Rmrker said modern technology
S J&W&tonsB Gavcrcsienl
as they take their places inline..
"fastest moving, hardest hitung m-m fLmtvt
army in history.' linr,lgj VViUlVlJ
He said that the idea that ,sol- lU,l,v,, w ... A
dlers step in on'y after tata.U nsiei Dnrffllf fit
!?i J&SrJZFiiZVa rwvuw
Margarita and New CristobWuid th,t m mitui profession ,. eovernlng
ill hold a Joint cmi ,h as. "leadership for peace; as ai I.tion and iian.
meeting at the Margarita major concern. -i Ia' hu tottn Issued
Ice Center tomorrow at 9 ajm Brucker .personally presented! gti.nama govtrnment.-
Balboa Civil Defense will meet ae diplom d wmmission.. to, by the J? me rf.
St the USO-JWB a? ," the graduatmg ciass.
so be discussed.
clpate in the national exercise
which is scheduled for July and
me jsckuui. . a .s
Control center exercise, wiu -VJ u j ftf i R h
, lllill I S.VJS I swssaia
NEW YORK, June 5 (UP)
Thomas R. Kessell was the most
surprised man on six continents
yesterday when he learned be was
in New York Citv. r,,
The last thing the 24-year old
brewery worker could remember
mm ririnkintf aomethinc much
atroneer than beer in his home-
Phony Santa Claus
Held for Shopping
Too Early fn Year
. BARBEETON: South A f r 1 c a
Claus was arrested nere tooay ior;wwn m. jwiuranwun r"'
medical preacriptions for drugs
to be issued on numbered forms
and to be aignea oy,u
- .h.... r rim? must first
get approyal from" the-Ministry
of Public HeaJth. ftescriptlons
must be filiea wivmw
or a new preen'v"-" -
The 'decree also regulates the
jictHhutinn nf samnles to prac-
tlclng pnysicians vj ""
The retail of barbiturates can
only be accomplished by pres-
doing ; his Christmas ; shopliftinf
early; f -.. -'-
A night watchman spotted a man
walking down a local street wear
ing a full Santa Claus uniform. He
r laat Anru iu.
The next thin he knew, he,
wakaned in a strange city this
morning. Kessell. was so upset;a4
bout it that he. went, to the near
jug 1U1A J can tea vieua .
reported the incident to jwlice u'est pohce sUUon and demanded toi
4i:...nfrMiiiill" fVt Tuna ilrnnur where he, was. r 1
Police arrested the unidentified; The police told him. He present-
man, who admitted he stole the ed his Brihshjassport, giving his
.mifnrm whpn he broke into a loc- mother. Mrs. Dons Minikin, as his
.i .km.' inn. th mid-winter nett of kin in Johannesburg,
,nn in South Africa and 1he Police sent Kessell to Bellevne
v...u .!! miantMl to kepn i hnsnital to finish his
warm. '' J from a two-month hangover.
During his senior year, he was
elected to the Thespian Society.
He has beert tentatively ac.
cented at Rice Institute in Hous
ton, Tex., and is mating pians
to enter that school in Septem
ber. i:.?-:;," -cV".? "r
Chin has been a member of
the Torrid Zone wizards.' tne
Camera Club and the M2l"'Club,
and has taken an active part in
For his outstanding conirimi-
tion to all chases of school life
ne was eieciea to memoersmp
In the national Honor Society
He has accented an appren
ticeship with the Panama Ca
Closing Date 'Not
Panama ranal authorities to
day, said "no aaxe nas oe u
- 7.rieh. Switzerland: in oepi-
.fii10e Rh became a member or
the national Honor socieiy
her Senior year ana w w"'"
nor of the 1955 Girls State The
same" year, she represented the
Canal Zone at Girls' Nation to
In addition, Miss Curtis won
honorable mention in the Amer American
ican American Legion "Most Outstanding
Girl Graduate" award, has been
.thr in dramatics, ana wn-?
n available, m m m
house lUelf, began gathering last, 0 completion of the ork-TPIC AfiVPn I.
Seaton As Chief
MeaMeaa flf th LMDaie IJ1UD,
Bridge Club, Library yiuo hq
PeM,uin an will enter Wei-
rniiev ih Massachusetts,
Miss Usser, tne Baugawr ... .w
et.rrf Vssfr ana Mrs. E..isrr,
has received all her education lrj
k -anai 7.nne uraemia.
m v--- - ...
She- was seiecteu as a mt
of the National Honor Society
durlnc her Junior year and was
secretary Of the Student Asso Association
ciation Association In her Senior year. In
addition she has been a mem member
ber member of the Parrakeet ataff, an
member Of tie
school band and chorus lor
three tears; has held a mem mem-bershlp
bershlp mem-bershlp in the Future Nurses
riuh firidee Club. Pep Club and
;haa served on several commit-
i. m. km there will be six ad
ditional private rooms which PAr.Tav lUMi
can accommodate either mall J flX fl3lLi.n
or female pauenw.
t NEW YORK, June $ (UP)
. rnntmre to the Dresent pn-u,. u,i rn.m.a rtui.nn ai
vate rooms at the hospital, the) 0M tfle top ,ecretriei 0f p,ep
new private rooms wlU be JuiAdam Clayton Powell Jr. (D-N.Y.),
that located apart from the w lentenced to seven months in
This area will also be air-conditioned
as part of the current
.vnaBinn nrelrcondltionlng at
prison today and fined 9,000 for
violating federal income tax laws. 1
Before sentence was pronounced
by federal Judge Irving R. Kauf.
the hosnltal. There are .aisojma Mrs. Dodson's attorney of.
plans to air-condition part of fered a $4,000 certified check to 1
make resuiuuon oui me juage wok
no notice of the proposal
V Mrs. Dodson has worked for
nrovements In the former- OB Powell as his congressional sec
Motinn in ward 8. the Red retanr and on the staff of his A
the operating rooms;
Tn connection" with the lm-
nearer to patients
WASHINGTON. June 5 (UP)
The Senate Interior Committee to-,t.M
day unanimously approved the. sen'umber. Miss Esser will
nomination of rred A. seaton to ,te j concordia CoUege In
be secretary oi interior. .; vrlnT,.!l()t.. where shr was ,a-
Seaton, former wewasKa senas-j"-: j. floholarshlo.
nunl Whita HllUl"'""
aide, was named by President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower last week to succeed
Douglas McKay, who resigned to
run for the Senate. -
Committee aooroval -wii bt
voice vote after its members ques-
...... .1 ctn. fiw n I.miv mnn .
r. J . .i.. .in.in. f tha'k.K tA.i nni;.iak fiil : f IIP Jennv Fischer. BO. ba
Z?JZ .ir. center. nther matters within the depart- habit of leaving notes around her
The statement was in reply to ment'S jurisdiction. ,houw
-i.mnra that the former Paclfici The action sends the nomination gas taps are turned off.
Note On Cos
' BTJICKPOOL, England, Jun,
Make sure the
She was found dead m bed 10-
finish .his recovery Clubnouse. oemna "f" .T.V L"'" OTU"" : 'da v. A ess 'tap was half open.
park, would be closed In August, tion. f
night for their silent protest. Theyl
overflowed into the park outside
.ml it naaaivelv. A rival crown
of Sinhalese attacked and the Ta
mils ended their demonstrations.
Spell Out Demands J
In Bus Conlroversy
TALLAHASSEE. Fls., Jane S
(UP) Negroes in Florida's cap' cap'-i
i cap'-i ritV aerved notice on authori
ties yesterday that they would end
-..V.lnn. knvontt nf ritv hur-
uicu w. - -j aeciion in ;wu o, wig timir mu vu wiw ...u w u.v
es only ui exchange for ruu equa tctivltles which had been byssiman Baptut church ut Hsn
located there nave peen muveu m. .
to better and more centrally lo- During her trial, a key govern.
cated ouarters. These 'are-in the ment witness charged Mrs. Dod.
main ward area of the hospital ron had "kicked back" her con.
gressionai salary ui fwr. mu
received only a refund of oveN
payment of taxes. Powell appear
ed as a witness to deny the charges
Mr. K. Supervises
Changing Tone Of
Red History Books
HELSINKI. Finaland. June 5 -.'
(UP Communist party chief Ni.
kite S. Khmschev is overseeing
personally the revision of Russia's
history books to fit the current :
"down with Stalin" line, it wa
reported here today. 1 v
Reports attributed to "high of.'
ficial Communist sources" said
Khrushchev is the chairman of a-
board of university professors ;
Nearo boycott. Negroes still will at coco soio ,jiospai.ana ,e.u- tuiBcu wi
have to occupy rear seats only, beth Mitchell, elark-typisi wim me-sion oi nisiory in. w imjiuuu
the commission said. 'Pacific Locks. and unprejudiced way.
rights to seats on a first-come-
first-sit basis. .'!
A Negro group known as' the
Inter-Civic Council stated its de demand
mand demand in a letter to the city com.
mission, which took the demand
I under advisement.. v r
The letter, written by Negro at attorney
torney attorney Theries C. Lindsey, -called
for first come, first served seat-
in? nrivileeei In buses, willingness
to hire Negro drivers and a pro
mise of "courtesy to an passen-
Authorities said that the letter
spelled out the Negroes' exact de-j
mands for the first time. What they
meant bv first-come-first-served
had not been clear before, offi
The Rev. C. K, Steele, one of,
the Neera leaders, said the de
mand meant simply that no Negro
should be forced to stand when
there were emntv seats.
The city commission has said
that seereeation still would be
practiced in buses, despite
3 New! Employes
Hired By Panama
Three new employes. one of
them from tne unitea siaies. join
ed the Canal organiiation, durint
the last two weeks in May accord
ing to information from the Per
sonnel Bureau.; v
The new employe from the Unit United
ed United States is George Brandes. a
native of Schenectady. New York
who was employed by the Mainten Maintenance
ance Maintenance Division sft a chemist.
The two other employes hired lo-
the'cally are Janet M. Cannon, nurse
will i at Coco Solo Hospital, and EUza
TEX PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY KXWS7APES
TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 1551"
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THE MAIL BOX
By VICTOR RIESEL
BASEBALL AND DESEGREGATION
emi test, friends accuse me of beine a "hero wor
sniper I think "worship" is too strong a word. I do confess
that I like people and that I like some of them a lot. This
letter is about two people I like, perhaps a lot, at least I ad admire
mire admire them a lot, and racial discrimination and desegregation
are only incidental.
iiAitn. Trmffi i minreri hov from Colon, where ne start'
ed his career as a baseball player. He young, I doubt more
than twenty-three years old, and he is lithe, quick and i as
graceful as a cat. Perhaps too many Panamanians have talk talk-.
. talk-. ed about racial discrimination in the United States, forgetting
that Panama is not rree or me same ougni.
thar hasn't heen much discrimination in ine
case of Hector Lopez, who has been accepted basba"
player, which he is proving to be, much to my deUght. I do
not know hint out i nave seen pwj mouj mM
watted him Improve. He has been In the big time only two
years and already he is up amongst the big ones. It wasnt so
many years agothat that couldn't have happened. Then color color-ed
ed color-ed players were not accepted in the major leagues.
It was that bar that kept, perhaps, the best baseball pitch pitcher
er pitcher In the history of that -great game from reading the career
he so weU deserved. Satchel Paige Is tall, well over six feet,
My and with feet so large they look like tche hence
came his nickname. He had to play onu;d"?SS
past 50 years of age. Now he is undoubtedly the dldest icUve
''AurDafewhose column ''Sports of The Times" won the
Pulitzer prize last year, was rambling through his stint re recently
cently recently in his delightful way, talking lo, among others, Long
Tom Sheehan, trouble-shooter for the New York Qiante. Tom
wa7 talking about Giant pitching when Daley says: "Suddenly
"SdjfseeVheTsTihel Paige U stlU standing batters on
their heads for Miami?"- he fev?1R,:en ?.'T.Tta
that more resembled a roaf of delight. "It's a pity he nad-to
bump info' the color line when he was young ana gooa, opec
he must be about 55 years old now. il'jl
- or Batch represents a baseball tragedy. Heneverjmade
the bte leagues until he'd moved beyond, the twilight of his
miv m l7 i i aM.. r,, tun In oar am nn
career into me evening 5nauuw. ouu T
k "IV. never forget a game at the Stadium," said Tom, eyes
t-Ustenlng "Or Batch amoiea in irom mo uuuycu u.
Browns. He looked out at the bleachers and counted the house.
He gazed at the grandstands, the dugouts and f inally the plate.
At that plate was Joe DiMagglo. 01' Sateh Just goes phftt,
2tn .hftt. nri rMMadsa iii out on three pitched balls. Satch
KtirM elKht men in a row and it wasn't until the seventh bat-
ter that he threw anything but a strik. i
... .ba hotnreen mnlor leaiue All-Star team and Batch
f nUA .ula m. In. .v.rtlmA ITIil T)l fmlinil An Innlnff
VSalll. 1 lie j M bkvi oiws MAwv v i w mm f j m TPL
I "'I gotcha, says Diz to Satch, as Ratch shufflet past hka.J
' m luf .In't n. Katrh t.n DlS. 'You're not ffOUl' nO
AV J"U wmjw w-vm w a I
further He didn't, enner.
Desegregation in baseball has been accepted by the public,
the management and the players to the benefit of all concern concerned..
ed.. concerned.. Desegregated baseball Is probably doing more to ease racial
tensions in the South of the United States than any other In Institution.
stitution. Institution. Hector Lopes will benefit from it, but it Is too late
for 01' Satch, and as one of his admirers, Tm sorry.,
EDUCATION, RECREATION AND COMMERCIALS
i I have read the letters In the Mall Box and neither has
answered the Question of TV advertising. The TV station was
put up for the education and recreation of the American GI
and to remind him that there is a UJSS-A., all for free, by the
t There has been many American toddlers who have learned
to talk. TV commercials are as much a part of American life
as automobiles and coffee and doughnuts.
-r I read an article in the PA that four out of six homes
have TV and I sit and have to grit my teeth when I see the
little fiddler, and I dont rush over and turn my radio on and
listen. . J
- The reason for It to the knuckleheadedness of a group In
Panama who even had. the arrogance to go to the TV dealers
and ask them to sell to a selected group.. -...-
This Is the same group who have had the ways and means
to put up a TV station in Panama for a long time and have
done nothing about it This is the same type of people who
resented the automobile but the automobile came througn witn
mine- colors and I exnect the TV to do the same.
; Even the movie magnates in the United States have re recognized
cognized recognized this. They are producing shows for TV and radio has
i Last but not least, the commercials do not name or give the
address of anv business in Panama and they are of American
products only, produced, by American Ingenuity, courage, sweat
There are TV stations all over the world where the Amer
ican 01 to located, and this cutting of commercials does not
Dam Mad American
lr: -r. ;. 7i: :-.;' -.J r.,:
: Last week you printed V letier of mine' ln'which I had
voiced my opinion against the removal of commercials from TV
programs. .j-:. ,r.
In your Friday edition some blockhead signing himself as
"Just a Guitar Neck" ridiculed parts of my letter. He referred
to my statement that "we have witnessed a surrender as com-
!- I. 1 ai.. j 1 j .
w wc iuu seen tna own ana oiripcs nauiea aown irom
its honored place above the many flag poles of the Canal Zone"
as "over-ripe ham." :
If referring to the flag of the United States as the Stars
and Stripes and to Its position as an honored position has be become
come become "ham" in the ideals of this person, then may God help
him. To me the flag of one's country and the position it oc occupies
cupies occupies should remain sacred, and not be classified as "ham."
He goes on to say that someone should buy me a ticket
out of here. I could not accept such a ticket for to do so
would be cowardice, if you will remember, cowardice is what
I was speaking of in my first letter. That is what somebody
displayed when they cut out the commercials from the TV pro programs
grams programs without even token resistance.
at the UNIVERSITY OF PANAMA
Spaniah Course) for English speaking people at the
University of Panama from June 4th to July 13th.'
Classes on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday in
periods of 60 minutes. BEGINNERS from 9 to 10 a.m.
ADVANCED from 10 to 11 a.m. Registration at Sec Secretary's
retary's Secretary's office from 9 to 12 and from 4 to 7 p.m.-.
Spectaf attetrtiorr ffedieated te-onvergatioalractic
These are cynical days marked
by the unconcealed viwn even m
the face of serious threats to the
internal security of scores of our
major cities as well as our nation.
More than nine months ago I re reported
ported reported that the Communist appar apparatus,
atus, apparatus, through some of its highly
skilled agents, had offered the un-
aerwona as muds as a million
dollars in return for helping it cap capture
ture capture eastern docks and infiltrate
me eastern lonesnoremen' un nn
Several federal and regional law
agencies connrmea this and soon
it became known among' the
"Broadway crowd" that the deal
had been passed on in a nationally
known restaurant in New York's
It could be that I was hurt for
spreading that information. Rut
that s not as important as the
apathy which greeted the report
The cynics just wouldn't believe
that the Communists would revive
their tactic of the Twenties of
working with the underworld. But
now we have sworn testimony to
prove that the Communist appara apparatus
tus apparatus did just that,
It becomes the duty of all force
including the controversial In
ternational Longshoremen's Assn.,
so frequently charged, with being
racket infiltrated to read this
testimony carefully indeed and to
move against this combine. Un Unless
less Unless the big yawn is stifled, there
will be no effective fight against
me commie underworld alliance,
This testimony, given by a for
mer Communist oarty official as
signed to infiltrate the waterfront,
was unloaded before the House
Un-American Activities Committee.
I put it on the public record here.
It proves that a Communist par
ty "political coordinator" was di directed
rected directed by his superiors to propa
gandize against the police, the AFL
and official state agencies attempt
ing to dean up tne notonous wa waterfront
This ex-political commissar, a
man by the name of William Wal
lace, is still unknown to the public.
Wallace served as a high ranking
official of the pro-Soviet" United
Electrical Workers Union. He was
a member of UE's executive board
and also served as its political
Congressional testimony shows
that the UE helped in the William
Wallace project to worm into the
waterfront and that some of the
strategy was discussed in a re
gional UE headquarters.'
Wallace Broke witn tne pro-communist
union last winter. On Wed-
nesdsy.i May 23, he was put on
the congressional witness stand
and skillfully questioned.
VWallira-ttutJiieH that ha met with
rcommunistlpatty officials' iavthe
U headquarters ur- the granges
in New Jersey.
It should be of sharp interest to
the leaders of the International
Longshoremen's Assn. that Wal Wallace
lace Wallace further stated, under oath.
that Communist officials, bragged
they. had set up "a deal. .with
Wallace said: "There was a deal
being made that we had to knock
out the Waterfront commission
and that if our union went on rec record
ord record supporting those individuals in
the state assembly and in the sen senate
ate senate who were against the commis commission
sion commission and were successful in getting
them elected, that we could then be
part and parcel and work with
the ILA. We had party members
working with the ILA during the
fight between the ILA and the
Wallace then put several names
on record as Communist agents
working on this waterfront infil
tration maneuver. He nstea Artie
Gilmore, Whitey Goodfriend and
The ILA national officials should
now contaet the House Un-Amer
ican Activities Committee chair-
map, Francis Walter, and demand
confrontation. Never mind the
Hope We're Not Looking Into the Future"7
In Neiv Yont
other issues or arguments for the
moment Here are serious charges
that the Communist party's dock dock-side
side dock-side specialists claim to have been
ILA allies. Were they or weren't
they? This is a congressional in investigation
vestigation investigation and the testimony soon
will be national news.
About Gilmore, Wallace said:
"He was on the docks. . .at the
Port of Newark working with
them (the ILA). swinffint? the votes
so it would go ILA. That was in a "The 'Fforadora Sextette'
THI BROADWAY BREIZE
Teeveedian. Phil Silvers sent for
lovely Evelyn Patrick (now wear
ing his sparkier) because of
wealthy New Yorker, who doesn't
consider r hillip comical, cute or
competition. .Rocky ,Marciano's
inner-circie Deiieve he will resume
a year from July. The date his
contract with manager A. Weill
fades. .Latest legend about the
late Jimmy Dean: That the acci accident
dent accident disfigured his handsome face
and he is in some retreat, etc
The identical untrumor that fol followed
lowed followed the passing of crooner Russ
Columbo. .. .Anita: Ekberg, who
scorned reporters last week, ut
tered great passion for them in a
new interview. Taking a leaf from
Humphrey Bogart, who, when
asked what he learned (in his long
career), replied: "Patience with
reporters . .The amazing im
pact of hit recordings: Six months
ago Elvis Presley wasn t even in
the phone book. .if a pretty girl
is like a melody then Ava Gardner
is a symphony, as certified by
her latest film, "Bhowanl Junc
tion" , .Movie director Buly Wild
er told an interviewer that Mari Marilyn
lyn Marilyn Monroe "hasn't made a good
picture" . .Ho directed: her in
1 year itch" j v :$:?. ?r
"New Faces", (playing to?Flre
Dept. capacity In the tryout towns)
reports that female impersonator
T C Jones (a Carnegie Tech
grad) is a major reason. The first
shemale artist with a Yul Bryn-
ner bald pate. Mr. Jones and his
wife are imaging. She serves as
his dresser and wig-mater. .The
best-selling records are pot those
of the familiar crooners or femme
stars. The current Top Ten has
such strange names as Morris Stol
off, George Cates. Elmer Bern
stein, Otis Williams, Carl Perkins,
Fats Domino and one of our pets
Gogt cram. -, '.Recommended
Ella Fitzgerald's new Cole Porter
album which should be named
"Most Happy Ella" . .The value
of a click show:- Variety reveals
that the "Fair Lady", album will
net J3.000.000 . .Debbie Reynolds'
revelation: "Eddie and I haven't
spent more than four nights at
home alone . .star uwen veraon
quit show biz twice because she
feared she failed.
George Jean Nathan, the lllu
sion-wrecker, reports in Esquire
gossip colyums. .The N.
Times last Sabbath ran a page
dept store ad showing only a shape shapely
ly shapely femme leg up to the garter
line v .It bans leg art in show
tjnd movie ads.
Life must be wonderful for Julie
Andrews. 21. of London. Her two
Broadway showy clicked large. .
joan irawioras pro-cupid com communique:
munique: communique: "To me love is every everything.
thing. everything. A woman has to be wanted.
needed, giving or she is noth nothing"
ing" nothing" i. ..20th Century-Fox may
have "a real sleeper" in the next
James ,Wason picture.. It probably
will elevate Barbara Rush from
ingenue roles te leading lady. .
Clark, Gable gets a hefty percent
age against a guarantee of $500,000
.Didn't Clifford Odets secretly
rewrite ine .aoy uuemn story?"
The original script had no stand,
up 3rd Act .Novelist Faith Bald Baldwin
win Baldwin is a grandmater for the first
time. -Her son-and his wife wel welcomed
comed welcomed a boy at Dr's Hospital.
Fame is Fleetine note: The
"Carmen Jones" ads ignore Bizet.
whose music merely inspired the
show. .Nat (King) Cole, who en entertained
tertained entertained the President at the
White House Correspondents' affair
last week, says Ike gives the per performer
former performer his complete attention. "He
is a lusty laugher and applauds
hard" ... .Woody Harris and Peter
Daniels, newcomer soncwriters.
have the industry agog. Fifteen rec records
ords records in a month. .Mainliner
James Demarest and Arthur Mur
ray tutor Mary Reagan blend June
Y. 22nd. .A Broadway star's wife has
given his dsncer friend (recently
in the "Follies") the final warn warning.
ing. warning. .Marion Paige, thrashing at
the Monkey Bar, has the Kim No Novak
vak Novak appeal. .Lenore Tobln, the
theatre-party-queen, says she has
sold over $150,000 in tickets to
"Fair Lady', to date.
WASHINGTON It cot lost in
the rash of Capitol Hill, but Ike's
top legal adviser, Herb Brownell,
was recently subjected to one of
the most acid cross-examinations
ever given an attorney general of
the United States by the Senate
Judiciary Committee. The question
at issue was civil runts. i
The grilling Brownell got how
ever, came not from southern
critics of the Negro but from such
Democratic champions of the Ne
gro s civil rights as sens, xom
Hennings of Missouri and Joe
O'Mahonev of Wyoming.
They pointed out that for almost
four years Brownell had ducked.
procrastinated and stalled aoout
a civil-rights program. Time after
time, they pointed out. Brownell
nad declined invitations to testily
before; the Judiciary Committee.
The attorney general sweated
out the grilling like a prisoner in
the witness chair. Toward the end
of the session he confessed to the
Senators: "If I have made errors
in the oast I am sorry."
Here is part of the senatorial
cross-examination given to the top
law officer of the isenhower ad administration:
ministration: administration: s
You have come up with no pro
gram during your four years, un
til last month, I believe, April l,
Sen. Hennings challenged.
. "Let me say that might lead to
a very misleading answer," Brown
ell countered. "I know you don't
mean to do so. v
He then detailed various civil-
rights projects he said he ; had
worked on, from restaurant seg
regation to discrimination in
armed forces contracts.
But Hennings was quick to point
You know these were initiated
in the preceding administration."
"A great many of them, yes,"
The 1 cross-examination con
CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION
efforts -to get you to testify befora
the subcommittee on constitutional
rights. - i
Brownell: That was oa a differ different
ent different subject r
Hennings: On a number of sub subjects.
jects. subjects. .- - ; : : :
Brownell:. Yes..;: ' W
Hennines: You wanted U'iwia
jwhat subject it would be, and we
said u would cover a multitude vof
things. We were unable, to per persuade
suade persuade you to come. .. .. j
Brownell: I remember that i
. Hennings: Now then, Mr. Attor Attorney
ney Attorney General, on July 27, 1955,
some nine months ago, a letter
was addressed to you as follows.
He then read a request to the
Justice Department for Brownell't
views on Senate Bill 903 which
would protect the Negro's right to
vote. In reply. Hennines read a
letter, Sept. 8, 1955, from Deputy
Attorney General William Rogers
statin that Brownell had nn nnin.
ion on this important subject
"Whether this should be enacted -constitutes
a question of policy
concerning which the Department
or Justice prefers to make no
recommendation," Rogers wrote
in reply. : :-
"So- at that time." Henninei
asked the squirming attorney gen-
eral, "the Department of Justice
had no recommendations?"
Brownell couldn't dismite- the
facts. He simply said nothing. Re Relentlessly
lentlessly Relentlessly the cross-examination
vni i eak vr aikcraic
Hennings: Now then, pursuant to
the letter of March 22, at that
time, on the matter of the so so-called
called so-called S. 907, as long as March 22.
over a year and some months or
so past, there had been at that
time, until April 1, no expression
from the Department of Justice
upon any of this legislation. Had
there, Mr. Brownell?
Brownell: I think, Senator, that
Carroll Carroll (he did much to
lift radio comedy with his literate
scripting of the old Bing Crosby Crosby-Kraft
Kraft Crosby-Kraft Music Hall shows) will have
a Johnny Mercer spectacular in
your uving rooms byvoctober,
Kevin Delany's grim fsct! "I'm
surprised that anyone prints that
stun aoout leevee s sa year con contracts.
tracts. contracts. No matter: hew itvs worded.
teepee stilt goes on 43veek renew renewals'!
als'! renewals'! . Jitv word-wfdding among
television execs in Hollywood: Os
car Levantics. i Awvelist Wm.
Faulkner's opinion if critics: "The
artist doesn't have time to listen
to the critics. The ones who want
to be writers read the reviews, the
ones who want td write do not nave
the time to read reviews.' The ar ar-1st
1st ar-1st is a cut above -the critic, for
the artist is writing something
which will move the critic The
critic is writing something which
will move everybody but the art
1st". ... Book reviewing needs Bur Burton
ton Burton Rascoe, whose reviews sell
letter that you read is right. I
think no hearings were held, hew-
...hm 'th.t ther. ha a eom ever, by the committee at which.
mission on "civil rights in the De- we had a chance to give eral teiti.,
fta4mnf mjt Til (til At mv TOh. fflODV.
uaa tuiu va w m ajr -" i
quest on March 22, 1955, this letter
was addressed to you.
'Hennings: I am speaking now of
the letters that were written to you,
asking for your advice, and guid-
He then read a letter to Brown
ell one vear old asking hi view I
on four Mils proposing a commis ,np!llallr i.j,- ,'. t h
sion on civU rights in the executive' "?SL.AJ1A L t SS5
branch of the government ifcff' tte only letters 00
Hennings: There was no reply faiaSS,:.;e ;. "Z.a
... ..ni. th. ...hMmmitiM Hennings: And you had no ad-
a year ago relaUng to the mJ"'mtt mJ"'mtt-Ushment
Ushment mJ"'mtt-Ushment of a commission yJ-l'A
division. We have no record of Brownell: I wouldn t sy that,
your, ever having repUed to that'8""" we were never Invited up
request s t ;vr J t. heartog before. -Brownettt
discussed the mattsrU??""::
with the then chairman of the,1" -m.- 'i ..u n t
- u. n..ki.;. Brownell: The letters will speak
together on a hearing on tbs g?i!'L'&ti
ject You are undoubtedly correct'. KV9 lettt
that there is nothing in writing ,
answer to mat. :(:';.
Hennings: Did you want to tes testify
tify testify on the subject?
....11 f JJ.M....J U M;fk IV
then chairman of the committee. 2,"u-m.Prtnt quesUon of c vd
Hennings: That would SEgmmty claim-
On and on continued Senator
Hennings with an amazing array
of documented facts showing hot
the attorney general had ducked
HART, Mich. (UP) John
Wolf has resigned as dog warden.
Senator Kilgore. I don't recall that
you ever discussed it with me
Brownell: I don't recall that I
did. v -Hennings:
These bills are lodged
tin the subcommittee of which I
happen to be chairman,
BROWNELL DUCKED AGAIN
Hennings: You will recall that
last fall we made a number of
ing the administration was chara-.
Burning civil rights.
. GREEN THUM1
ANSONIA, XJonn (UP)
Irked at delay in repaying the
sidewalk space in front of' his
store after a sewer installation.'
James Messina planted a garden
in the area.
National Labor Relations Board
As for Goodfriend and Logan,
Wallace testified: "We at that
time started putting out material,
material on how food the ILA
was, how the AFL was raiding,
how raids were of no value to the
working people, that the support!
of the entire movement should go
towards the ILA. This is the- kind
of material we put out .
Cynicism, anybody? -,
: I'd PRESENTI .f ;
BOSTON (UP) Rep. Wil
liara W. Jenness (R-Quincy)
hasn't missed one of the 2,000 roll
call votes taken in the Massa
chusetts House of Representatives
during the past 12 years,
were a very ordinary lot; their
beauty and great allure were
merely the creation of imaginative
press agents." Mebbeso. But v
elyn Nesbit was one of the girls.
Her beauty made the front covers
in her day. (End of Debate.). .
There has never been a picture in
a swank slick magazine like the
one on Cosmopolitan s page 56
What's her name? Looks oof 'ly
familiar. .Teevees rampant in insecurity
security insecurity via Phil Silvers' com comment:
ment: comment: "Right now. in some obs
cure little cafe, there's an equally
obscure young comedian waiting
to knock me out of the box next
year" ; A "beard" is a Holly
wood word for a "front" employed
by a male star to accompany him
when he appears in public with a
woman who lsn t his wife.
Conspicuous by its absence in
Margaret Truman's memoirs: Aft After
er After her father sent that angry letter
to a Washington music critic (who
didn't appreciate her singing) Mar
garet appeared with a symphony
at Detroit A half hour later we
went on the air and said: "We
just heard Miss Truman sing. De.
lightful!" .The Symphony man
ager called us and reported: "Mrs.
Truman just phoned Margaret
from the White House and said:
'Mr. Winchell told his audience
he heard you and that you were
very good!' ". v After two mar
riage crashes Miss Monroe now
offers how-to-be-happUy married
counsel in Look. .Add strange!
trends:- Prose portraits of stars
in magazines (that reach most res respectable
pectable respectable families)- are epieed with
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THE FAN AM A AMERICAN AX INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER.
ISupreme Court Refuses To Review
Convictions Of PR Nationalists
' ' '- (NEA Teiephoto),'
GRADUATION DAT AT ANNAPOLIS Members of the graduating class of the U.S. Naval a
Academy toss their hats Into the air after receiving their diplomas at graduation ceremonies
. at Annapolis, Md. Adm. Arthur Radford, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told the 681 ?
graduating midshipmen that their futures would be "challenging and interesting." f
Synthetic -Straw Hats
In Swim This Summer
JJy DICK KLEINER
NEW YORK (NEA) Look
around ana yoou see inn us
straw hat tim Pin If VOU
haven't gotten into the swim yet,
you mignt want 10 cnecu jmu
own hattitude because this year's
rum ara 0SVOT than ever.
And that phrase "in the swim"
is an apt one. xou can go swim swimming
ming swimming In your straw hat this year
or, exactly: in one particular
tin hif Tha Frank- H. Lee Co.
.has produced the first hat-made
of S synthetic liber in this
case, Union Carbide's Dynei.
Not that you'd want to swim to
it,- but it'is water-resistant' And
it is crushiiroff: So, even if you
submerge It or twist it; it pops
back to its normal shape in a
short time. ,. ".. '"-
It is also exceptionally light
only ttvo and one-half ounces,
which means it practically- isn t
there1. It is available in the usual
.i.Aimimt at ennnM ccuioi
a crease, pinch front, telescope ana
i new snspe cauea waiuiuy
and in colors like falcon (what (whatever
ever (whatever that is), walnut, charcoal,
black, sand and chocolate; ; t
In the Held of straws made out
of straw there Is still plenty of
newness, too. Leading the way is
Adams creation, a'swaw,.i ..
WHAT'S THIS got to do with
men's bats? The gal if dunk dunk-log
log dunk-log a synthetic straw hat to
show It's water res'stant.
"FLAT TOP," currently most
popular shape in men's hats,
now comes in three shades of
Panama for summertime.
"flat-top' shape that captured the
felt market last winter. This has
a small brim and a riased front
crown that tapers toward the
back. -; ,.
You can get the classic shapes.
too, of course. There's also a small
revivial of the old-fashioned straw
skimmer, but dolled ud in the
happy stripes of today. Another
twist is a shape called the semi-
telescope, -which turns out to be
simply a straw version of the
pork-pie.' -sw. '.. ,.
1 v When it -'comes io- the, bands,
the rainbow's the limit. Straws
generally Kuune 'with' temovable
bands, some i reversible,' and a
switch of bands can make one
hat seemi like two. Some bands
come in the new-fashioned back
bow, some match ties and belts,
some are solids, some polKa
dotted, some plaid.- You pays your
money and .you suits yourself.
The. fabrics themselves are, as
usual, varied. Mostly, the straws
are impuneu imiaua ami ; yana-
mas from Ecuador. There are,
this year, a substantial quantity
of hats from rough, hand-woven
Italian straw available. Among
two-toned milans like one in tan
, And, of course, there are straw
caps this year. But that, fortu fortunately,
nately, fortunately, is the last straw.
Rather than Auto
BELMONT, Mass. (UP)
Leo M. Connell is a Boston back
security officer who:
Has no automobile. ;.. :
Has no TV. .' 1
'Has no washing-machine. t
But he does own a magnificent
Rosa Bonheur- painting of horses
which in the late 19th century took
top honors at the Paris Salon and
which has been, valued at $12,000.
r "It't all iriwrtinff In a mn'
values," he aid. "I would rather
work to buy a painting than a
Connell pointed out that even the
Boston Museum of Fine Arts, with
paintings valued at more than
$50,000,000 doesn't own any of Rosa
other 40 Der cent the new stvles
to bring in the trade;" "Italian
sport shirts are the best of any
Italian designers have the most
originality." ; ,-,
OFF THE RACK: "It takes two
years for a new number to get
across," says Bill Doniger of Mc McGregor.
Gregor. McGregor. Consequently, he's work working
ing working on the styles for the fall of
57 right now. (They'll be suburb suburban
an suburban coats in soft, muted figures
like checks and small plaids, if
you re planning mat zar aneaaj
Other thoughts from Doniger:
"You'll see 300 per cent more
Bermuda shorts this summer, be
cause we've sold 500 per cent
more to deslers already;' in
sportswear, 60 per cent of the
models the classics account
for 90 per cent of the volume of
business,, but you have to have the
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WASHINGTON. June 5 (UP)
Tne Supreme Court refused yes
terday to review the convictions
of four Puerto Rican. Nationalists
wno snot and wounded five con congressmen
gressmen congressmen in a wild attack on the
House of Representatives in 1954.
The court, also ruled that tne
states may crack down on strike
violence even if the federal Taft-
Hartley law applies to the esse.
But it sidestepped a decision 1 en
whether an employer may fire a
known Communist whose job is
protected by a union contract.'
This originally had been sched
uled as tne court s last "decision
day" of the current session. The
justices decided to meet again
next Monday, however and may
order still another session, if they
do not clean up their work then.
The four Puerto means Louta
LeBron, Rafael Cancel Miranda,
Andres Figueroa cordero and Irv
ing Flores Rodriguez are serv serving
ing serving prison terms ranging from 16
to 25 years each. 1 All five con
gressmen since have recovered.
I no supreme lourr rcraa
defense appeal that the defemt defemt-ants
ants defemt-ants should have been Ivm
mental examinations before the
trial, with the government war
ing the burden ef proving them
sane, - f .. i '-
In the strike violence esse, the
hish bench ruled 6-3 that Congress,
in passing the Taft-Hartley-labor
law, did not mean for the federal
government to supplant the states
as "the natural guardian of the
public against violence." x v
1 Funeral ervlra mr in ha hiAA
this afternoon at the Panama
Methodist Phurrh fnr fh lata Mr
Georgiana Tomlinson, Jamaican,
wno aiea Saturday night at Santo
Tomas Hospital. ; ? ;
Burial ani arhnlulMt t t a V
place in the Amador Cemetery.
a m : i r 1
an 3. xuuiimsoa is survived oy
her husband,, John A., and Inez.
Sadie and Clarence.
' HEAVY MON.IY
srmiATie. n i ttp
Kiirfflar whA 1iiff0M half.
ton safe from a general store here
must nave Deen mined to discover
that it contained a mere $15.
The case stemmed from a 1954
strike at the Kohler Co. plant in
Kohler. Wis. The firm complained
that striking members of the U-
nited Auto Workers had resorted
to mass picketing and threats to
prevent other employes irem
working. The protest was upheld
by the state employ ment, relations
board-and the state supreme
" Th hiffh Minrt reiwtinff an in-
peal by, the UAW, held that "the
dominant interest of the state in
preventing violence and property
lamasa j a n n vf Ka nilaact innswl
uauiav v auuivt uvuhvhvu.
The three-man minority said this
Hriinn nneneil the wav "to un
seemly conflicts between state and
The Supreme Court did not rule
directly on the question of wheth whether
er whether an emnlover mav fire a known
Communist without regard to job
security divisions, of a union con contract
tract contract .
But it reiected M an appeal
from dismissal by Mrs Doris
Brln Walker, who was fired in
1949 by Cutter Laboratories ef
Berkeley, Calif. The California
Supreme Court held that .she
could be fired for being- a Com Communist
munist Communist end falsifying her em em-ployment
ployment em-ployment application.
Th hioh court maiority ruled
only that the California Supreme
Court had disposed ot tne case, a a-dequately
dequately a-dequately and "no substantial fed federal
eral federal question", wss involved.
In other cases. : the Supreme
1. Agreed to decide whether tne
FaHnrai Trade commission may
rannlr naint ; firms to abandon
"xone delivery" price systems. A
lower court ha ruled Jhaf the
ETC may not issue such ah order
in its effort to stamp out unfair
competitive practices. Arguments
will be heard next tail.
rwiinvil nt review two New
York cases and one in Atlanta
testing the 'Taft-Hartley ban on
lower court rulings have created
some confusion as to just now iar
a union mav co in oicketins cus
tomers of a strike-bound firm.
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The Breaklnr Point
WASHINGTON, June 5 (UP)
Cigaret smoking is getting back
to normal after two to three-year
slump, with many Americana
witchine to kins-sized filter tiDS.
1 But, according',. to tho Internal
Revenue bemce, cigar and pipe
amoking n in a "steady decline:'
while snuff manages to hold its
In a report on tobacco taxes,
the tax agency said cigaret smok-
- ing has recovered from a 1952-55
lump when the public, apparent apparently
ly apparently swayed by reports on lung can cancer,
cer, cancer, tapered off its consumption.
Americans spent about $6 mil
lion each working day last year
just to pay for the tax stamps on
tobacco packages. Cigarets ac accounted
counted accounted for 96 per cent of the $1.5
billion in tobacco tax collections
Filter-tipped cigarets doubled in
popularity last year, accounting f
21 per cent ot tne industry s produc production.
tion. production. The service said they brought
with them many new brands and
ome changes in packaging.
Cigar smoking has been on the
decline since World War I. But
use of snuff continues to be just
about as popular as it was 35 years
The service said there were 13, 13,-000
000 13,-000 cigar factories in 1918. Now
there are less than a thousand.
Thirty-six years ago some 14 bil billion
lion billion cigars were smoked annually.
Last year only about six billion
The Atlanta tax region, which
comprises Georgia, Alabama,
North and South Carolina, Florida
and Tennessee, accounted for $852
million in tobacco revenues last
year, J830 million from cigarets a-
Cigaret Smoking In US j (ikrg&a True Life Adventures
Booms After 3-Year Slump
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The number two area was the
Cincinnatti. region, taking in Ohio,
Indiana, Kentucky and West Vir
ginia, it, contriDuieo. jbis.a mil million
lion million in revenueiiof which $649 mil million
lion million came front sciearets. I
"Internal revenue s tirsi enons
t.v.r An tnh.KM la 1701
failed. Not until 1863 did a seri
ous, attempt to tax this commodi-l
ty succeed. In that year it brougnt
in more than $3 million. An excise
tax on cigarets. aione orougnt in
$15,000 U 1864.
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E5IERSON Television and Radio
j "Wherever yon look.
Tuesday, June 3, 1956
Annd Forcct Hour
Robert Q. Lewte
Strik It Hich
Bob Cumminm Show
Stop the Music
Milton Berl Show
Dollar a Second
Loretta Young Show
Wednesday, Jane 6, 1956
Armed Force Hour
Robert t). Lewli
Strike In Hich
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MRS. JOHN J. DAVIS, left, wife of the USARCABIB School
Commandant receives a gift from Mm. LeRoy Glodell at a tea
given recently in. her honor at the Officers' Club, Fort Gulick
i Colonel and Mrs. Davis are leaving -the command oon for
; reassignment in the States.'
PRESIDENT OF PANAMA AND
MRS. RICARDO ARUS GIVE DINNER ,
The President of Panama Ricardo Arias, and Mrs. Arias,',
gave "despedlda" dinner at the Presidential Palace in hon-1;
or of Mr. and Mrs. Roberto de la Guard! who will be re :
turning to New York after spending some time on the Isth-'
reus visiting with family and friends. Mr. de la Gnardia Is
Panama's Permanent Delegate to the tnited Nation.
Tea"' Party '-"'J' '
At British Embatt -
Mrs. Ian Leslie Henderson, wife
of the' British Ambassador nas is issued
sued issued invitations to a. Ladies Tea
to be held at the British Embas Embassy
sy Embassy this afternoon in honor of Mrs.
Alberto Boyd, wife of the. Foreign
Minister ,- l
v TliiTii i, ... 'W1rtin -al nrrtffrfcm
of British .Films- will be shown, in-
eluding one of H. Mi Queen Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth II of: England's, visit -to Ni Nigeria.
geria. Nigeria. s
Leaves For Washington -3 '
The new Governor of the Canal
Tone, Ha jo General William Pot Potter
ter Potter has returned to-1 Washington
where he will soend a few
days with his family and .attend
the graduation exercises of h i s
' two daugbiers.w,A.V--;.
Mayer Of Miami Gives Ginner
A JL.J'.i.iilfl n ffinil f "tllat
aw ii imivr iih i i w wait Hiv mi uil
El Panama Hotel on aunasy 07
. .. -r w: : .n.njnl1'-. u
ine mayor .01 juwuu nauuou, u.
' rhnctmai and tna mission irom
.Miami. Among those invited were
'the Mayor of Panama Ramon E.
Real and. prominent businessmen
and otnciajs irom ranama.
i- Miss Marlene Cerjack has re
turned to the Isthmus from a va vacation
cation vacation trip of a few weeks spent
in New York. -j. ; 7.f
"DapKlida"? Parry v 1
Mra. RutiolDh Yountf entertain
ed at a,Mde?pedida"; party for Mrs.
Piiard Aral who is! Vfe'ShOrt.
Jy 4or pe Mates, t ;
From New York r
Mrs. Hercilia Arosemena accom accompanied
panied accompanied by her daughters the Miss Misses
es Misses Wally-and Selma Arosemena,
and. Mrs.'" Clarita -Arosemena has
returned from a .trip to New York.
Switzerland and Italy.
They expect to return in a
month ana a max. ,.
(Continued Pago f ))
Oi Two I lHrri::s$
Clash Over Esfala
NEW YORK, June 5 (UP)
r,,Urn nt th two marriages of
Fulton Oursler, author of "The
Greatest Story Ever tow,- ciasn
c..Mim Pnnrt tmiiv nvr half
interest in Oursler 1 estimated tS
muuon estate, .
' Two children of Oursler's first
haras that th authnr'i
late wife wrongfully disinherited
them and left all tne money w
h Am tun irlilHrV
Plaintiffs are Will Oursler, of
Manhattan, co-autor with his fath father
er father of "Father Flanagan of Boys
Town." and Mrs. Helen Oursler
Stewart Balaber; of Freeport, I
Named as defendants are Mrs.
April O. Armstrong and Charles T.
r..nn rhirilav Jr individual! V
and as executives of the estate of
Mrs. Grace Oursler.
The complaint charged that Our Oursler
sler Oursler and his second wife, more
than a year before his death on
May 24, 1952, executed reciprocal
-,;lf. l.avina th Mtato to the lUr-
vivinV member of the couple with
. . .1 j J amam
all later 10 oe oisirumieu huiuuk
the author's children and grand grandchildren.
children. grandchildren. ...
Will Oursler charged that his
stepmother, In contravention of the
agreement, executed a new will
. T.x,rv At 19K which revoked
the 1951 document and "disinherit
ed, me, my sister-ana our euu-
wiii wci.r nU lii atenmother
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died on Dec. 16, 1955, and "her
children by my plainer umerueu
Prince S? ahnaz
. June I (UP)
! or Iran, wul
; tedi, son of
, sources here
s only child by
5. to ex-King
g will take
J, the sourc-
Classes For Kids
An Increase In the number of
dance classes for the summer
vacation was announced today
by Miss Harnett of the Harnett
and Dunn dance studios, v
Additional classes will be of
fered for Pacific side pre-teens
and teenagers every Saturday,
starting this. week, at 9 and 10
a.m. at the Balboa YMCA. On
the Atlantic side, the same
classes will be conducted on
Tuesdays, atartlne June 19, at
9:30 and 10:30 a.m. at the Inter
American Women's Club, colon.
Miss Harnett said teenagers
can arrange for dance lessons
at- speciaj tunes, outside of tne
regular 5 to 10 p.m. schedule at
the Hotel EI Panama dance itu itu-dio.
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Along Gaza Strip
JERUSALEM, Jordan. June S
(UP) The United Nations Truce
Supervision Organisation announc announced
ed announced today it has completed six new
observation posts along the baza
TT. N iDokeiman Albert Grand
aaid aix were eomnleted on the
Errotian aide and six on the Is-
The increase in border observa observation
tion observation posts was a main point in the
raM-fira U.N. Seeretarv-G'ener-
al Dag Hammarskjold negotiated
during his Middle fast tour ear
her this yean .... ..
rtrtnA M tha naw nnata tiave
not yet been manned. Tne U m.
is awaiting the arrival of addi
tional neutral observers.,
Mr. and Mrs. John Kohl gave a
cocktail party at Albrook Offi Officers'
cers' Officers' Club on Saturday evening..
Ta Vacation In Europe
Mr. and Mrs. George Arias and
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Bennett- -will
leave for Europe on Thursday, on
a combined business and pleasure
trip which -will .take in Spain,
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France Reported i
To Israel, Syria :
PARIS, June S (UP) France
is shipping arms both to Israel
and its Arab neighbor Syria, it wu
sources said France recently
sent Israel six Mystere jet fight
ers to add to the 12 shipped ear earlier
lier earlier this year. At the same time.;
they said, France is preparing to
give Syria 2,000 automatic rifles.
The arms shipment to Syria ful fulfills
fills fulfills an 11-year-old promise te pro provide
vide provide replacement weapons to keep
the military equipment of the for
mer f Tench-mandated Arab state
up to a stated level
! arming Israel, France pre-l
MANISTEE, Mich. (UP)
Manistee County taxpayers were
given an extra year of grace to
pay their back taxes wnen a de delinquent
linquent delinquent tax sale was called off
because a wrong date was used
in the official publication notice.
sumably Is retaliating for report-
ea Arao lnienerence 111 ua axiairs
that has been bitterly denounced
here this week.
wnUMANTKV Conn. -(UP)-
When Clarence R. Noel louna tnai
a window in bis shop had been
hrnVan durinv the nieht he
thought It was Ihe work of bur
glars. The meory turnea out to De
so much J,hot air ft was an
inside job, caused by an expiod
ing tire. - .,
NAGANO, Japan, June 5
(UP) The National Geisha
Un:on tightened its entrance
requirements today te keep
disolaced atreet walkera eat of
Its ranks. .
. The Geisha girls, profession
al entertainers whose title
means "persons of art," fear fear-ed
ed fear-ed a rush ef applicants result
Ing from the anti-prostitution
law enacted by. the -Diet last
The union voted-te screen
the background of appfcanta
for any connection with pros prostitution
titution prostitution and to require stiff
examinations of their labilities
at singing, dancing or' musical
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He should begin to use his hands
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1 He should have smiled by this time.
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At this age baby also requires more nourishment
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by your doctor.
Quake Spoon Feeding
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aiatency eonaiatency or use as directed by your doctor.
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OR. C I. FAIRtCA. 0.D J.
DR. I. AVILA JR.. M P.
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ma-cansTES BAXTER. SA,
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ak. 1-2451 2
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
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YMCA BEAUTY SALON
VELMA DARNELL, Mjtr,
T. S. Personnel only
To Hal! Royi- Ow;
BANDUNG. Indanislx. "Jub S
jfJPX -r Indonsi worked behind
Jthe scenes today to avert break break-JcIowti
JcIowti break-JcIowti of the Asian-African Students
'Conference threitenea Philip Philip-I
I Philip-I pine delegate's charge of ''Commu-
nist eifqrtt to controV' the meeting.
Conference sources said th In In-i
i In-i donesians v. were working desper-
ately to keep the "lit tl Bandung"
conference from again battling ov-
r th right f certain delegations
ta sit in at the meeting.
The opening of tha conference
was dtlayad several days by com
plaints the Communists were try
i ins to dominate the meeting.
There was considerable concern,
also, that Communist China's ini-
'' till policy speech last sight might
- aager student delegations opposed
ta discussing strictly political is-
Communist China's delegate!
rv sli i l:j n,tnf
Vneug iOi-miu, iu a wu w tm
support for his demand that the
Sattlonalist Chinese delegation be
arred, maintained "Taiwan (Fojc-
mosa) is a part of China just as
West Irian (putch New Guinea) 1$
part of Indonesia."
Cheng said his delegation origi origi-.
. origi-. ually did not wish to mention the
'insecurity caused ta the Tai
wan area by the uniiaa Mates Be Because
cause Because of fear of causing dissension,
tut they did want to present their
point of view."
Tou will have a chanctj to today:
day: today: to win thi 1100 first
prizg by attending itank Night
It the TROPICAL Thea Thea-tre.
tre. Thea-tre. which GIV?a AWAV $150
In cash every Tuesday night.
Jn addition to a stupendous
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
..... Qiatatloni by
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Cervaceria Kaclonal t42
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MBRERIA PREC1ADQ ;
I Beel No. 13
Apneias lntrnU d PuhlicacionM
tie. Lett Un
Central Ave. 4
FOR SAL!: CoJtl bedroom
let $150; vanity dresser and Mat
$30. Plana laibeg 3408..
FOR SALE: Norge 12" refri refrigerator,
gerator, refrigerator, automatic defrosting,
rust proof construction, S0-lb.v
rregxer compartment, 5-year
guarantee; 60-cycle $285; Kea Kea-mosa,
mosa, Kea-mosa, automatic wether $135.
Phene lalbaa 4221.
FOR $AH: Cutar.aaa-a liv liv-ing
ing liv-ing nan t, plastic upholstery,
perfect cendition, $73. Curundu
FOR SALE: t-eu. ft. Wertinj.
hauu refrigerator, 25-cycle;
mahogany desk anal coffee ta table;
ble; table; pinf pong table; ; folding
ttael chain, 9'x12' grata rugs,
vanftiaH blinds, baby bad, itreM itreM-k
k itreM-k Pkana 2-2659 Balbai,
FOR SALE; t- Rattan divan, 2
chain $55; round aak table. 4
chain $3.5; rod, real $1$; rteav
type boaki $35; M$1J,TfU
aphona J-1344. j
fOR SALif-LWat raam tefa,
mahagany coffee and aad tablai,
bpokcasa and ream divider, rua
9. dO-ayda 14" a. Call
FOR SALE; Everything to fur-;
ith email apartment. Fine fur"
niturt, vm lv irict. Call ttll ttll-phona
phona ttll-phona Panama i,n0ll fram 12
aaan ta 3 p.m.: '.
FOR SALE25-cycla refrigera refrigerator
tor refrigerator $65; couch, matching arm
chain $50; wooden dretier witg
mirror $15. CaH 6-125 r ih
at 120-C, Gambia.
FOR SALE:2 ingla bade, 1
matal dreuer with miner, gtaM
daar cabinet, large mahogany.,'
paneled cabinet, pakar table,
reartar (laa). drill prati, othar
taaU, 912 Chiaata rug, ida
grean. lalbaa 3351.
FOR ALE4 plecei bland liv living
ing living ream, tat $45; mahagany
bed, spring, mattrasi $45; 3"
formica table, 3 chain, miia.
' Hudson, gaad traniportatiae,
good ttrae. 02I7-A Ganjbof.
i bambof, v
fngratar $30. Gaad condition.-
rnana laiaaa 6320.
FOR SALE: Living room set,
dining ream tat, full bad, fleer
lamp. Everything $125. Call 83 83-7132,
7132, 83-7132, Mn. Scroggin, between 7
a.m. and :45.
FOR SALE: Weitinghause re-
a orator, ed canditian $25.
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WASHINGTON. June S fUPr 1
oens. Alexander WUev (H-Wia.)
and Joseph R. McCarthy (B-Wis.l
clashed angrily today when Wiley
accused his colleague of conspir conspiring
ing conspiring with Wisconsin GOP "king "kingmakers"
makers" "kingmakers" to "arrange" his defeat.
Wiley, battlintt tha onnosition of
the state Republican -convention' in
his bid for a third Senate term,
charged that the "smelly aroma"
of oil money clings to a reported
wu.oyu contriDuiea to thi cam
paign of bu opponent, Rep; Glenn
R. Davis (R-Wis.),
McCarthy roared back that Wi
ley was "impugning the integri
ty" of Davis, Hi told Wiley tha
persons who made the alleged
campaign fund contribution ;, 'eel
you are not a competent senator.
They have a fight and duty to op-
Thi clash, on the Senate floer,
reached heated peak when Mc McCarthy
Carthy McCarthy Interrupted Wiley's imp
passioned speech te call him
"to, order" because ('he has
made same serious charges
gainst a member of the House
"Hi has no business calling me
to order," Wiley retorted. "It's
If ZLTL SS
n this fight. The Senate ruled
nv a Vflipn vaIa that WiIav rnulri
PAiitiniiA. kU andkAAaS .1
. The Wisconsin state Republican
VVIIIMI W U0 OSVVVH.
convention recently refused to in
dorse wuey for a tmra term ana
threw its support to Davis in the
Sept, 11 primary.
, i r I .1 ,,
vviiey sara ninscunsin rung rung-makers'
makers' rung-makers' aad Eisenhower haters"
re trying to purge him because
or nis support or uie aammisira
lion's foreien policy.
McCarthy, who aaid he is 'proud'
of the "active part" be took in the
convention, replied that the 1,700,
delegates to toe session were "not
A first prize of $100 and
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of $150 in cwh is GIVEN
AWAY every Tuesday at the
TROPICAL THEATRE. To Tomorrow
morrow Tomorrow la. your chanci to be
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PONT MISS IT. Try your
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FOR SLBi 1954 Mercury
Monterrey Hardtop, bydrametic,
radia, wiw, duly tree $1950.
lalbaa 2-2991. '
FOR SALE. 1947 Packard se sedan,
dan, sedan, clean interior, goad condi condition
tion condition $20Q Phone PUkla Hts.
FOR SALE: Austin A70 4 4-daar,
daar, 4-daar, (Jidiag real, duty paid. Call
Kaba 323(? Men,-Wed. t a.m.
FOR SALE: 1954 Belvedere
Plymouth Station Wagon, excel excellent
lent excellent ce action, $15QQ. (all Na Na-y
y Na-y 2712.
FOR SALE. 1951 Oldimabile
HaUday 2-door hardtop. Hydra Hydra-matic,
matic, Hydra-matic, radia- Original ewner.
Pbane Albraak 5147 day, Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-2765 evenings, ;
FOR SALE: 1954 Plymouth
Plaaa Staliaa Wagon, 16,00ft
mile, aiginj ewner, aacallnt
canditian. Cask wl $1250.
Pbaaa Redman 3731.
FOR SALE: 1952 Packard Dei
hue 4-dear sedan, radia and aa aa-tras.
tras. aa-tras. $550. Albraak 7277.
FOR SALE-1954 Chevrolet 4 4-daer
daer 4-daer aadan, medal 210: 2 -tone
finish, plastic interior, tires, ma ma-tar
tar ma-tar and radia In excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, 22.000 miles. Only $1279
duty jiree..WI, 3-61,17 after J
p.m. y ...
FOR SALE: 1952 Mercury
bardtap, excellent canditian,
gaad tires. $975. Guliek 88620.
FOR SALE. SALE.-nets
nets SALE.-nets coupe-
a-1911 Dadga buil buil-Pkan
Pkan buil-Pkan $-362.
FOR SALE-1952 Chevrolet 4 4-daar.
daar. 4-daar. New paint, battery, brakes,
radia, heater, ceven $750. 121 121-I,
I, 121-I, Paraiae. .V
FOR SALE: 1951 Fgrd Station
Wagan vltb VI meter $375.
CaU Pa. 2-5291.
IALIROOM DANCING CLASS-
e t . m
ai.w.-wwi cum nagina I p.m,
I w . at
ij-i"" a, i(woa i.m.v.. rnene
rlKlil n.A"VUK j7orj
evenings. ,t jtA? f :
Attention Atlantic Side Pre-
teens and teeeagenl .Summer
allreem dancg classes will be
bald at the Inter American
Wamen'e Club. Colon, every
Tuesday 9:30 and 10:30 a.m.
Wamen'e Club, 5th and G St.,
Celen. Or caN lalbaa 2-4239 er
Panama 3-1660. 16-tt hr. las las-sons
sons las-sons and Iran dancg book eolv
$10.00. Harnett Dunn?
To Unseat Sen. Wiley
kingmakers'! hut citizens who were
unnappy" with Wiley's record. :
; ow i Blow, which l had sot
"that the senator (McCarthy) has
complice 1" in the effort to tin tin-complice)"
complice)" tin-complice)" ta the effort t oun oun-seat
seat oun-seat him.
iue peopie or Wisconsin "are
gomg to say clearly to these king
makers that we are throusk wit
this kind of tactics." bo said, ''We
wans tu aoove board."
was not the kingmakers who
repirauiieq you,-" McCarthy re
torted, "it was the rank and file
w me nepuDiican party."
McCarthy challenged Wiley to
take any 'evidenc, about the
alleged $150,000 campaign fund
Pledge before tha Senate Lobhv
tag Committee. He said he knows
the report is "untrue" and Wiley
cannus prove U.
'Don't be too cocksure.' broth
er,". Wiley shot back. He quoted
from a newspaper article in the
Milwaukee Journal describing the
"I Hunk It is a shoddy, unusual
thing ta do to uo the floor ef the
Senate to attack your opponent
W aecusTwiley oi
maw ne "Wiid. conmletelv imnrnnpp
wiuioui any proof whatever,'
Human Life Span
May Reach 100
NEW YORK, June 5 (UP) -The
human life span, which has risen
from 49, to 71 years since 1900, may
reach 100 years before the end of
this century, a ton pharmaceutical
industry spokesman said today.
vr. j. juarK neioeri, president
of Sterling Drag, Inc., said medi
cal risearca nas made more pro progress
gress progress in thi last half-century than
in ail previous history. Writing in
the current issue of Exchange
magazine, official publication of
the New York Stock Exchange,
Heibert said the most dramatic
example of medical advances lies
in statistics of infant survival.
Of 1.000 babies surviving birth
at the end of the last century, 162
died withia the first year, he said,
compared to fewer than 30 today,
LEWIS SERVICE .
lw Wvell k.
FARMACIA ESTADQS UNIDOS
tit CtatraJ At. :
' 1U Central Athii
ATTENTION 1.1 M bailt
mader fiunhjied apartment, I.
3 bedreeatt, bat, card wetee,
Phone Panama -494U
Completely furnished apartment
in excellent Location, living
room, dining nook, t bedroom,
kitchen and bath. Far I month
$ June ta I September. Ideal
far responsible individual or cou couple.
ple. couple. Reasonable rent. Call Tela Tela-ahene
ahene Tela-ahene 3-4861 from 7 a.m. ta
f a.m. 1 p.m. e 10 p.m. 1
VACATION QUARTERS in lal lal-boa
boa lal-boa June 9 ta September 5.
Reasonable rent. Call lalbaa
FOR RENT t 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining room, serv servant's
ant's servant's guartari with bathroom,
garaged hot and cold water in in-atallatien.
atallatien. in-atallatien. New apartment houae
at Juan France, Santuarla Street.
Phena 3-0908. 3-0918, 3-1062.
FOR BENT: Vacatian ejuartera.
n Diablo, now ta July 23. Vary
reasonable. Telephone 2-1235.
FOR RENT Campe Alegro, M.
M. Icaxa Street Ne. 5, apat,
ment A: madam two-bedroom
apartment, maid's room, carport.
iot water heater $110. Phono
FOR RENT j 2-bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Ricardo Arias St., Campe
Alegro. Phone 3-6846.
FOR RENT:-- Two apartments,
furnished,' $50 each. North A A-snerican
snerican A-snerican neighbors, egular
transportation. Phone 3-0471,
FOR RENT: Modem two-bad-roam
uaitmint, parch, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, maid's and laundry
ream, Screened and hat water
For further details pleaae call
3-4946 er 3-6737.
FOR RENT: Modem apart apartments,
ments, apartments, furnished er unfurnished.
El Caagraia feeing El Panama
Hotel; bet water. Also office
spaces Phene 3-5692. Apply at
2034 7. .Ave. Ispsia Sha
; FOR RENT: ..Tbreg -badream
apartment ( hat water, maid's
guartars, enclosed garage, new
building, ideal location, lawn
and large garden.' Phone 3-5692.
Apply at 2034 7a. Ave. Eipafta
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-;
meat, convenient for two cou couples:
ples: couples: bath and kitchen between
two large rooms. No. 63, 4th ef
Jury Ave. See janitef at phaae
albeg 2966.,? Napkins Apart-
FOR RENT: Furnished er un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished eaa-bedroem madam
apartment, garag, 16 Yia lel lel-learii
learii lel-learii Forras.
FOR RENT: Furnished modem
apartment, acreened. Inspected,
1 end 2 bedrooms. Call 2-3065.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-,,
ment, for married ennple; bad bad-.
. bad-. meat, living room, kitchen, etc
Neat, S.A.S. commissary, $70.
Phone 3-2621 or 1-2930.
FOR RENT; W Furnished apart,
mant: living team, bedroom,
kitchen, balcony, centre I ht locat located,
ed, located, $70. Phone 3-2930. v
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French Reds Will
In Confidence Vole
PARIS. June fc 5 (UP) The
Communist Party decided to ab
stain in tonight's national as
sembly vote of confidence on
premier Guy Mollet's Algerian
and general policies, virtually
assuring the government of vie
The Reds, who have support
ed Mollet la the past, decided at
a strategy meeting to cast meir
powenui lso-voie dioc neitner
for nor against the Government
In the latest test of strengtn.
Mollet. a socialist, has consls
tently resisted their efforts to
force him Into a "popular front"
in line with thi latest Moscow
line, and has insisted he could
win without their help.
The communist decision to
abstain means that Mollet can
count on suDDort from right wine
and more moderate groups xor
victory, in addition, there was a
general feeling mat uus is no
time to topple his Government
desDlte whoDDlne- new tax in
creases for use (in putting down
the Algerian rebellion ana dis dissatisfaction
satisfaction dissatisfaction (with Germany's.
winning; of the Saar.
In another piece of political
maneuvering before the assem
bly vote, Pierre Mendes-France,
once Mollet's partner and Vice
premier In the Republican front,
also decided to abstain. This
was consistent with his drama
tic resignation from the Govern Government
ment Government two weeks ago In disagree disagreement
ment disagreement with Mollet'a Algerian pol
icies. However, Mendes-France's
Radical Party decided to contln
ue its support lot; Molle. ,
OX 2031, ANCON. CX
QX 1211. CRISTQIAU CX
MUST SELL.. REASSIGNED:
Clean, lew mileage 1953 Olds
"88" $1475; Coldspot refriger refrigerator
ator refrigerator 9 ta. ft. with froeier chart
$160; Whirlpeel automatic
washing machine $140; RCA
cabinet radio-pheae $100. CaH
FOR SALE:' African violets.
0932, Amador Rd.
FOR SALE: Brand new General
. Electric SO-gallen electric hot
water heater. Ideal for bar, res restaurant,
taurant, restaurant, barber shop or beauty
parlor. Phong 3-0654. ,.
FOR SALE. 1950 Buret Sedan,
excellent condition $600 (will
finance-; K-31 target pistol,
now $65; dictionary, Webster's
New' International $6; fluores fluorescent
cent fluorescent desk lamp $3; 1956 John John-eon
eon John-eon outboard motor, 5 Va-hp.
$200. 571-1 Curundu Heights,
Phone 13-4261 after 4:00.
FOR SALE: Blackrtona washer,
large tub, 25-cycla, $60. Gam Gam-baa
baa Gam-baa 6-330.
Adenauer, f toilet
Agree On Plan
To Return Saar
LUXEMBOURG. June 5 (UP)
West German Chancellor Kon Kon-rad
rad Kon-rad Adenauer and French Pre Premier
mier Premier Guy Mollet reached final
agreement today on a plan to
return the disputed Saar Basin
to Germany by Jan. 1.
Official z spokesmen said the
two leaders reached "agreement
on all points' at a ; nine-hour
meeting neri today tne lirst
tdrf-level contact between France
and Germany since Mollet be
came premier, ;.;
France nrevlously had aereed
in principle to return the Saar
to Germany, put a number or as-
tails remained to be Ironed out
There was no Immediate an
nouncemenV as to exactly How
these differences were solved.
Earlier. It was reported that
Mollet had told Adenauer his
recent visit to Moscow convinc
ed him there Is no hone of per
suadmg Russia to consent to, tne
reunification or Germany.
The j Premier also was quoted
as saying the Russians oppose
efforts to create a "United
States. of Western Europe" with
a jointly-operated atomic power
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FOR RENT s Vacation guertert,
Partitta. From July 7 until Sept. ;
13: 3-hed(Oom concrete hojisa
completely furnished, includiag
Televrsioa, Front and back pa patios,
tios, patios, largo backyard. Call- 2 2-0620.
0620. 2-0620. I a.m. ta 5 p. at.; 3-3I6C
after S p.m :-
FOR RENT. a-bedreem ckaUt.
furnished, acraanad. Carraaquilla,
concrete house. Phone 3-3226.
FOR SALE: 2
621 so,- meters, $3000 each;
lota 261 aa. matem $2.50 per
mater; beautifvl chalet en 9th
Street, Pargua Lefevre, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, $11,500; chalet in San
Francieco,. 2 bedreema, $10, $10,-500;
500; $10,-500; chalet in San Francisco,
6th Straot. 2 badrooma $11, $11,-500;
500; $11,-500; 2 chalet $5500 each; 2
small lots in, the city $4Q00
each; I lot on the Trans-Isthmian
Highway, 810 eg. matera,
near Lea AngoJea. Agenciaa
Thomas, Central Ave. Ne. 259,
View of the modern Necchl Sewing Circle recently opened In David, under the direction ( -Mr.
E. B. Perei. Instructions on the manipulation of the famous Necchl Super-Nova are given,
at this circle. Necchl circles have also being; inaugurated at Boouete and Concepcion. .
FARMACIA EL BAtURRO
. Parana Um I gtreet
' FARMACIA -SASH
V' v ?la tail m .. ;
Via tapaa. Ave.
Gramlicb's Santa Ciara leach
Cartagaa, Modem cenveaiencot,
moderate rare, Phone Gamboa
: Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Tele Tele-phono
phono Tele-phono Smith, Balbaa 3681.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach bouse. One mile past Ca Ca-Sine.
Sine. Ca-Sine. Balboa 1166
PHILLIPS Oceaeiide Cortaaae,
Santo Clara. Ins 435. Balnea,
Phone Pine an 3-1177, Crisre Crisre-bnl
bnl Crisre-bnl 3-1673. (
SECRETARY, able to handle car car-Mspondance,
Mspondance, car-Mspondance, dictation in English
and Spanish, broadly experienc experienced,
ed, experienced, official translator te work
either full ar part time. Write
1 Box 142 Panama for appoint appointment.
ment. appointment. ,' :
FOR RENT: "La Loma" res restaurant
taurant restaurant and bar, at Lea Santoa
en the National Highway, above
the gasoline station. Phong 3 3-1147
1147 3-1147 er 3-6413.
SEWING CIRCLE IN DAVID:
' t : '.' . : ':: 1
are valid for a whole year
.;. SI, UO.00
FOR SALE: I.S.A, rMtorcycle,
1953, 650 e.c. Juan I. Sou St. :
No. 2, Telephone 2-5426 from
8:00 H 12:00 neon end from
2:00 ta 6:00 p.m. 1
FOR SALE: Tw Cushman
scooten $100. One propeller
20x17 lore 1 Vi new $35. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3381.
WANTED: Beautician, part part-time
time part-time er fulltima. Apply Diablo)
Beauty Shop, Diablo Service Cea Cea-ter.
ter. Cea-ter. A
FOR RENT: Campi Alegra,
furnished, cool, clean room with
' delicious 'meals. Private, bath, i
'CaU 3-1789. n
WANTED: r Good homes tar
three kittens. Call Balboa 2 2-3464.'
3464.' 2-3464.' At
Keep tnem careiuuy
. $120.00 (Accumulafcd)
of $700.00, accumulated,
TUESDAY, jt'NE 5, 1931
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MIRACLE IN THE RAIN
Danny Kaye, to
KNOCK ON WOOD
Ray 'Milland, in
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ELIZABETH TAYLOR PLAYS DRAMATIC ROLE LN "RAINTREE
COUNTY" Bora to beauty, Elizabeth Taylor literally grew
Into stardom to emerge from, ad enchanting adolescent tow
one of the motion picture industry's! most important and, tt
lented personalities. .
- Today, the little girl who rode Kin Charles to victory to
'"National Velvet," has starred in films which vary from the
historical magic of Ivanhoe" with Robert Taylor to toe mod modern
ern modern excitement of "The Last Time I Saw ftrt jltt Via.
, Johnson, and poetic romance of "Giant" (for which, she was
-'loaned out", to Warner Brothers). w ',,
- Miss Taylor Is at present working before th M-O-M cam-,
i eras to "Paintrea County great love story of the American
Civil Wat period, also starring Montgomery clift and tva Marie
! There's no denying that Miss Taylor is one of the worlds
most beautiful women. In Hollywood, however, it Is her talent
as an actress for which she most likely is to be praised, these
' k fm mi Tavinr. she accents talk of her beauty with a
modest. "Oh. people are very kind." But it, is praise of her
Today, Tuesday, June S
4:00 Feature Review
i-n whaf.'a vnur Tavorite (re
T quests taken by pnon
a. an "KTAitrat
5 :35-What's Your ra X 0 U t f
.An Ta nnnunpffn
:1S-BLUB RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer4
6:30 Broadway In Review J
6:45 Do It Yourself
1:00 Interlude For Music
T.15-HOW CHRISTIAN SCI
7:30 Nelson Eddy's penthouse
World Of Jazz
-m Ufa with-The Lyons
J:Q0 You Asked For It (re
quests tasen oy pnon
ii 10:30 Music From Hotel EJ Pan-
Ji lima ':
10:45 Temple Of Dream
11:00 Concert Under The Stan
acting that tends to excite her "I've always,, wanted to be
good, mature actress," she says. ul still do. V6; v f p
moms tv. wdo
by ErsKIiit Mmo
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Re Re-hind
hind Re-hind the Screen: Movie makers,
. worried again about sagging bex
office reports, are considering a
- universal credit card for theaters
patterned after the Dmers Club
; method, '''"r .
Going to the moviee and saying
"Charge it" has some interesting
possibilities, especially for delin delinquent
quent delinquent customers. Will 30-day
" past-due bills mean people cant
see the last reel of a new mystery
i..;iiai. until thftv nav UD?
r.f mill thv ba denied butter
on their popcorn? -
Will a twe-month-ln-arreeri kill
, vau'H tlll be admitted te
i.. 4k..t.v far ttandina room
' h. .. until VOU MV upr
And, lor evW mevieere wilh
good charge records, will there be
Lid crodit cards eftor
eon 100,W milos f M u
Oh, well, at leat chsrge-h
movies seem rather appropraite
for the film industry, where a lot
ir mad on the cuff.
They might fa well b
I w&v too
- t.V u.'.' Tuna 17 TV SDCCtaC-
. mar will be titled, "How to Make
Movie. The movie, of course
. ffl be his own, -That Certain
v..i;ni it'i 38 candles on
t imm'i hirthdav eake . New
vni in tha movie censor-
ship code: The wages of sin now
can be remorse and not necessar necessarily
ily necessarily death. Brother, that's loop,
hole you could cart sound stage
: u iu -1 i Th Charlie Farreil
show, summer replacement for
' "I Love Lucy," will b Pitted
around Farrell's famous Racquet
Club in Palm Springs.
. Dick Hermes nd 1 1 1 1 1 e
Loughery, one time Miss Amer Amer-...
... Amer-... .r. isikinff about marriage.
Mickey Rooney's film com company
pany company will produce the Calamity
Jane" telefilms.,. V Rod (City
' r;eiecave) Cameron will do a new
TV series Utled "State Trooper."
rtra fotMtiva? . Joan Ciul-
fieid who bowed out of 'My
. Favorite Husband." will do a jnew
tan7i show. Hubby Frank Ross
: hoin vat ft off th e round
Three out of four U.S. homes now
have TV sets domi minion
mentine Esther Williams In '"The
Gentle Web. It's, an ironic ngte
tor XNew xoricers, wno remember
Andrews best of all for his Joot
Mow If Dnnit fuiifk
kuhhtf Tantf Owani a aim inta in.
doDandanl lilm Draduciion. They'll
make eight features, all te be
filmed abroad, during the next
year, Oenna will, star m at leest
T h 1 1 Goodman Ace
story, "Se Here We Are," an
nounced for George Gobel at
BKO' U tha am warn Aca wrata
for Cary Grant some years back
under me tine or I marnoa e
Woman.'4 But Cary never got
around te making thf picture.
Marilyn Monroe's not only Im
pressed with Playwright Arthur
Miller, but also with us words.
While Van Heflin was starring in
Millet's A View From the
Bridge," Miss Wiggle-Hips, says
Van, saw the play five times.
Miller hoDei to tell "View" for
movie. I hear, believing it is the
most celluloid-adaptable ox any
play he a written.-
to Wfclb to
WASHTIMRTnM Juna S I7P
Praairfant Visanhmtfan t. daHinatintf
a new AFL-CIQ national headqua
a.j l V t I A
tne wnue House si any time w
discuss matters of mutual inter
Mr. Eisenhower was warmly
friendly to labor in his extempor extemporaneous
aneous extemporaneous remarks, but be cautioned
that labor organisations as well
as the government must be care careful
ful careful to "serve the individual and
not seeek to dominate."
i TK- Prir!nt tnnlra at Mtramn-
nies formally opening the new AFL-
CIO Headquarters, an eignt-story
whit a atnna and marhla hllildinC
just across Lafyayette Square from
the White House, t cost about $
Tomorrow, Wednesday, June I
a-nn Citon rn Alarm Clock
, club (requests token by
? phone till 7:00)
.nvtnmlnr Ralnn Concert
. mi nnlil.xf.il
g:is unurcn xn o yuuww
1:30 Musical Meveuie
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30-As I See It
10:15 Spins and Neeoues (re
ft quests taxen oy pnvne
- till H'SUl .
11:05 Soint and N e a 1
.;, cont'd) -ll:30Meet
12:00 News ' .5
12-05 LuhchUme Melodle
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:15 Musie Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons of The pioneers
1:45 French In The Alr
3:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Shovr
ShmMnfcip ror You
3:00 Hank snow And His
Rainbow Kancn uoys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Shbw
S: so Music For Wednesday
-nnI Vaahirc Rview
4:30 What's Your Favorite
(requests taken by
phone till 3:001 :
-n mw ... ..
5:35 What's Yqut T T 9 1
-rwTn ha announced
M5-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
l-snVoiiii nanclnr Partv
8:45 MELA CHRINO MUSI
7:00 HallsOf Ivy
7:30 Nelson Eddy't- Penthouse
S: 00 Music By Roth
8:30 Musical Theater
S:0o Vou Asked For It (re-
- quests token by phone
1A-M Pavalcada ft America
11:00 Concert Under Th Stars
i:vu ugn uu.
. A$Y DOIS IT
BOYNE CITY. Mich. (UPi
TlnnsM Shav M wnn a II hat
with bis father-in-law as to which
of them could find the nrst musn-
rnnma of tha aaason but hu Vie
torv was a nainful one. Sbav be
came so excited when he found
some mushrooms that be ran bead
on into a barbed wire fence when
he dashed to show them to his
father-in-law. Poctora took a doz
en stitches to close cut) 00 9QJ
t j.,na.hackward note:" When
u..:iu atMraa auditionad far
the Daisy Mae rale in "Li'l Ab- Mr. Eisenhower said ha was de-
ner' hi IHT arm awnt go? roejigntea W "pay a neignooriy cau
Oscar winner Jack Cardiff will
travel to London to photograph
Marilyn in "The Sleeping Prince,"
Just so. she'll be photographed
June Havoc's Daughter. Aoril
Kent, landed a movie role in "I've
T ivad Before." . : Edward An
drews, the erookel rayor in
"The Phenit City Story" and the
ruthless boxin." manager in "The
Harrier Tfiev FalL" DODS ud on
the screen next as a villian tor-
from mv nl ace lust across the
square." He pointed out that his
White House "lease" is temporary.
iknt niil ha had "indicated mv
willingness to renew tnat wast be
cause .. i iiKe my neignDors.
After inviting At u-liu leaaers
tn tha Whita Hnusa. Mr F.isen-
howet cautioned that labor and
mant haar inint resDonsibil
itv to see mat in ni"irc years rac
oeople can attend other dedicato dedicatory
ry dedicatory services "truly prosperous, se
cure, at peace, above au tree.-
loyal Pudding mates
r any meal something
special. Rich flavor,
Four pig lervingifconi
' each paclcogt. When you
shop-buy Royal Pudding.
RXLXASB Df AFTERNOON PATIR9 Of IATWPAT, MAR. 1
Answer to Previou Punle
17th Presidwt's Wife
ACROSS St Small islands
1 Wife of nth hm
' VS. president DOWN
i McCordle i Sea esjles
Johnson j Ogled
I She him iUih tsb.V
in getting an
11 Feel regret
3 The dill
I Poker stake
I One who diet$23 Appellation
f Printing J4 Black
mistakes 21 Sharp
10 Javanese -, 2a Italian river
community 11 Is present
12 Singing group 13 Lamprey
13 Hebrew' fishermen
12 SF, w i U tH money 37 Sorrowful
??,n??U, of account 3 Exists
;2T Turkish eity
30 Camel's hir
34 Oriental coin
trial was one
of the of
38 Blck FY. 1
41 English letter
M Weight of
(4i Pertaining to
'so Hebrew letter
S3 Looked Ixediy
PTC T JZJjMSl
IX 1 1 1 5;; r.' if a Hj y. 24 1
41 Motley (comb,
43 Hardy, heroine
47 Greek god of
41 Solar disk
52 Fruit drink -34
ly OSWALD JACOIY
WriHen for NEA Service
Review Slated At Ft. Kobbo I!
To Farewell Gen. McGarr
TrooDS vehicles and aircraft Sink, chairman of the U.S. dele-l
wiU ml i in a fmal review at Fort gation ,.JBUSMC; Brigadier Gen-;
Kobbe June to honor Major eral William J Verbeck. con.
General Lionel C. McGarr, who, mending general of U.S. Arm?
leaves Friday night for State-Antilles and the military district district-side
side district-side assienment i of Puerto Rico; and Brigadier GeV
hetoflTeview will be held at eral Louis V. Hightower U.S Ar
10 a m. on the Kobbe air strip. Ia1 my Caribbean Chief of Staff.
the event of rain, however the!
sance Platoon of the 20th Infantry
Boimnt will lead the parade.
..aa.k iiaiiaa at nmnianiiaiii imiuuIb uw(vuu -w
"1 b w m nnrnr
i -n sr
4 Af 114)
Neither side vul
South Weet Nertl; -2
3 4. Piss I
i4 '.. Pass Pass i. i.-Opening
Opening i.-Opening lead 4
review will be delayed until 1:30
P-?- ': j
McGarr, wno oecsme commauu
; i 4 -.
44 t 4?
TgLOPs -y- r j
,g M--ii ri ;
.. ..a... Anif ni IV A trtnmn niDhftSUilTB tne
' Zs Tocceaion f the stamp sale wul be tb
1 VSJSS f5 5f Ua Walton league
laenma vnn ara nlavina today's
hanA at aiv xluhs Tha anntract will
eventually' depend on the handling
ol the spades, how snouio. you
nlav? ' h v
Katuraliy you begin oy arawina
trumps and eliminating the red
suits from both hands before, you
tackle the anadea. Tnat IS. you ais-
card a heart' from dummy at the
first trick, winning m your hand.
You draw two rounds of trumps,
eaan a ton diamond ana run a
diamond, take the ace of hearts
and ruff a heart.
Thli leave vnu ready to tackle
the spades. If yqu prefer tq lead
spades first from your own hand,
vmi ean alter tna nreiiminarv uiavs
so as to ue m me aouui nauu aim
all this work has been done.
Tha actual HaMarer beean the
spades by leading from his. own I
hand. West played the jack, crafti
ly enougn, ana aeciarer won
with, dummy's ace. He was then
doomed to lost (wo spaue iticks.
The best course to oejin in
hv teadine low from the
dummy If East has Kt he will
almost surely, put up me King, un unless
less unless he ir nialf'oni'M icourfge
and i magnificent'pokei' face.:
If East plays any lowcj? spade,
South should duck entirely. This
gives West the, chance to win
with a' singleton, in which case he
will have to return a heart or dia dia-mnnH
mnnH dia-mnnH anil alva Haelarer the chance
to ruff in, dummy d discard,
spade from bis own hand.
. if west wins .ana returns iuw
spade, South should assume that
East has played a singleton. (Oth.
erwise, East would nave ip nave
the aforesaid courage ana poser
face.) Hence South lets the spade
ride around to his queen. H
The edvantage is only phycho phycho-logicsl.
logicsl. phycho-logicsl. 'but it will work against
everybody but the. one player in
a million. ,.
the Command and General Stan
School, Fort Leavenworth. Kansas.
The puDUC is invuea io un.
..atina and narkinS SDace
is available to handle all visitors.
Tha Miraflnre bridee will be kept
open for traffic from f:30 a.m. to
10:00 a.m. ana an spectators arc
urged to be seated in the stands
oy :a a m.
The dismounted, motorized and
airial review will include troops of
the 20th Infantry, the 65th AAA
Group, Headquarters and H e a d-
xnartora liatacnmeni 01 run n-
mador, personnel from the Posts
t Vnr riavlnn and CorozaL mem
bers of U.S. Army Caribbean
School men from tne signal win.
mm' narsnnnel from the 518th
Engineer Company, and members
of the Inter-American uodeuc
Survey. ... ...
Mora man 263 venicics. mm
the major units as well as the prd
Catinn Knirineer aeciion
cionoi Swtinn siiutarv route,
Medieal secuon, anq iraospuiia iraospuiia-iinn
iinn iraospuiia-iinn saiinn will ds ss in review
for the commanding general. In
il in tha review will oe a oai
tery of 75mm Sky sweepers, 90mm
.... and two 120mm Buns,
i which will.be towed hy 6$th AAA
rti.rina tha eeramonv Gen. MO'
Carr wUl deliver a farewell
will wear duty uniforms wit a,
naHia or ararf helmet liners.
combat boots, cartridge or pistol;
belt, first aid poucn, roaivwum
weapons, rifle or carbines witn.
fixed bayonets at sling arms and
authorized serVice ribbons.
Three bands, tne in Array Array-Band
Band Array-Band from Fort Clayton, the 60tiv
i.u vi fmm Fort Guhck and
Uhe 20th Infantry (Fort Kebbe-
Drum and Bugle corps, wiu iaK
part in the ceremony. ;
I Ten aircraft, both ; fixed yI
land helicopter will form a fare
well salute uyoy ior me
1" 'l Tl -, i
In Path Of Train i;
TMirw VnRlt June 4 fUPV A
1320-pound warehouse worker .who
placed his tnree-monin-oia son
the path or an oncomme, irsin
a iudge today he really lovtdj h;
"I didn't want to kijl ray bbv.4
he sfid. "I love h'm. The trouble)
was I was drunk." J II
The child wss snatched to it&
l. hir. Hanrv Davii. 3r. who to'd :
drew to the troops staUoned here.inoUce he saw the father pVace
' commanuer oi trows wu iw.uw i.uu" --
Colonel Peter S. Peca, command- John BirV- 33. annesred bCfo
ing rSfficei of the 65th AAA Group Ma?is1r,t, Hvman Korn who v
.Jta vnrt Clavton he be"e"ed Birlf mut be w'
' Members STe' review bt par-1 tally Ul." He sent him t, v
tv other than McGarr,dl in- Bellevue hoital psycopatbic Ward
! ;r,M Maior General Robert F.for observation.
THE ROSE TATTOO i
-thf boldest story ef lovf you've ever been permitted to seel
The OIHT Han-Slap rllsV
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Windier I DetroH and the Midwest
" Caiuull voui lerit Taa'
mm mum W
at BI bt El Cangrejo, t'astilla del Oro Build across the
Hotel El Panama Tel. 3-1057. v v
Neapolitan Pizzeria of "O.K. AMIGO"
: We offer our DELICIOUS PIZZAS prepared exclusively
l our new Italian Chef Mr. RENATO CL4SCELLA
CHOOSE VOUR FAVORITE DISH
1. Special pizu X Rnto"
2. Plzz with Tomto, ChMM, Mout rIU
1. Piwa Surprise,
7 Four Chooff Pjzza -
8 Pizzt with Tomatoeg Cheeie, Mozzarfllt,
Mushroom nd Marjoram
9. Pizza with Tomatoea, Cht, Moziarfllli
Marjoram and Cfrlio ;
t0.Pia with Tomatooi, Che, Mozzaralla,
, Anchoviei and Marjoram
11-Pizza with T9matoat, Cheaae, Mozzaralla
, and Mt Balls
12,Pizza with Tomatoea, Chaeaf and Sausage
.13. Pizza with Tomatoes, Cheess,
Mozzarallf and Salami
14. Pizza with Tomatotg, Chtee.
, Mozzarll and Salami
15. Pizza with Riootta, Mozzarolla and Salami
1o Pizza with Bacon an"! Ham
17- Four Station Pizzf
18. Pizza with Clams
19. Marina Pizza
. 20. O.. AMIGO Pizza
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WINGS FOR WING SCOUTS Sixteen new Wing Scouts are receiving their wings In
ceremonies at Cleveland Hopkins airport. Stewardess Eileen McGmty pins wings
on new Wing Scout as Explorer Scouts from Medina, 0., watch. Both Scout groups
filled out their air education by inspecting aircraft on display at city's new terminal.
I FLEDGLINGS For the first time in J
J 10. years. Los Angeles' MacArthur
- 1 park it blessed with new iwans. Susie I
sits on nest (right). Rudy is on guard. J
t i mnr- mum -
MISS IS A HIT This lovely Chinese miss (who would KING-SIZE COKE A
not give her name) is attired In festival costume and Cali, Colombia, ke
S This conveyor belt system at a coke washing plant near
posits moving at one of largest amines in Latin America.
not give ner name; is aiurea in iesiivai cosiume biiu v,an, vuiumum, i .jiuuu iuuiui k w ww-u.u . ;
does a religious dance in San Franciscf s Chinatown. ... Indispensable in fnakm- steely coking cois a premium prtiduct;;in South Amenca. v, -;;,
;' mi "n i' T. Tl'i I I I I I "l 'In "' "" ' ' ... ,,--r J
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i kin nc i ire TJnrwnv with it tnwprinf npaks and shining lakes," is one of the
world's summer wonderlands. Such comfortable hqtcls as this one await tourists."
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rpHE "FATHER" OF CHARLIE McCARTHY and Mortimer Snerd the living fVonvwhich is dark green and white. Charlie, a very 1 I
1 lives in a low-slung, rambling Spanish-type house in Beverly welcome guist, has his own bachelor room. An amateur camera 5 -'i ',
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i f hi. wtV In Ho ctnrlv and his. talent is "nn disnlav" in manv.
t.iro r,t un nitcrht I' Dno nf tho lnvpiipst rnnms in the hniisp is of the cuds and citations in the home, which is warm, hospitable.
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bcucabcai cra rntM Tirrori hati'pmpnt: nf triantic Windsor castle, chief
:j 11 r.lJ fM fln voarc cprucs as thp backdrOD for
liuniu: ui mc suvcicigus w jiigiui4 v wuw isw
the Royal Windsor Horse show rehearsal It's one of world's top riding pageants." I
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Dogs greet Candy, Mrs. Bergen (left) at entrance of hilltop house, later, Bergen and Candy laugh at wisecrack from Charlie McCarthy (right).
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; 0I1 the longest cable rauroaa in xne western woria, n is in varwas, venciuew.
Bergens chal on patio 4left), a favorite spot. Bergen Inspects some film (center) arid takes limo out of busy schedule to relax and read. .!
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THl PANAMA AMEMCA5 A3 IMDU'EMJEX'f DAILY KTWSFAPBI
jSocia t and Oti
Leaving Far Mask
Mrs. John Hosts is leaving next
week for Mexico City to visit with
her father. She will be gone for
about a month.
Dinner Party 1
Mr. and Mrs.' John Moses wm
entertain this evening with an inti intimate
mate intimate dinner for members of the
family as a "despedida" for Mr.
and Mrs. George Anas who ar
leaving for Europe on Thursday.
Mrs. f, A. Ceyeault, Jr.
Will Visit Parents Here
Mrs. E. A. Coycault. Jr.. will ar
rive on Saturday to spend four
Each aafica tar tndmlra tat (Us
eataaw hrnila amtttat la typc typc-writlca
writlca typc-writlca Urm uj awUea 1 mm
tha Mix umbo Hrtaa tally In "So "Social
cial "Social aM OUmhwIm." at 4rrm
by haa til attic. Katteat af
aiaaUat aaaaat k uotpM by tab.
National League of
fen American Women
There will be a business meet meet-In
In meet-In e of the Canal 7vna Rrnh mt
the National League of American
ren women at 4:30 p.ra: tomorrow
In the Pea Women's Little Gallery
at the Tivoli Guest House.
BAR Flag Day Luncheon
The Panama Canal Chanter.
Daughters of the American Revo
lution, will hold its annual Flag
Day luncheon at 12 on Saturday.
in the Garden Room of the Hotel
Tivoli. Please call Mrs. W. C.
Grimes at 2-4138 for reservations.
The Junta Femenlna de Benefi-
cencia will hold a regular meet
ing tonight at 7:30 in the Pacific
Service Center. Several important
matters are; scheduled, for discus
sion. : v ', ,. ..
' 1 I' .;
weeks with her parents Mr. and
Mrs. John Schmidt of Aneon. Mrs.
Coycault is the former Jacqueline
bcbmidt. She is a graduate of Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. High School and was connect-
ed with LAGS for five years before
her marriage. He now makes her
home In Lafayette, Louisiana, with
her husband. Mr. Mr. Coycault,
will take an eight week aummer
course in Geology at Florence, Co
Mrs. Marie Turnage v
Visiting On Isthmus v
Mrs. Marie Turnage from Foun
Uin, North Carolina, is visiting
with her sister Mrs. Jack W
Clarke of Balboa, and her brother
Mr. R. C, Worsley of Panama.
She arrived Sunday and will re-
mam on the Isthmus for about
Dinner Dance At U.S. Embassy
The United states Ambassador
and Mrs. Julian Fiske Harrington
are giving a dinner dance at the
Embassy Residence on i nday.
On a short visit to Colombia are
Mrs. Hans Elliot and her daugh daughter
ter daughter Miss Nita Elliot
Mrs. Mildred Kept N
Will Leave For New York
Mrs. Mildred Kopf. Supervisory
Physical Therapist of Gorgas Hos Hos-pita,
pita, Hos-pita, is leaving on June 14 to at
tend the Second Congress of the
World Confederation for Physical
Therapy at Hotel Statler, New
York City. Mrs. Kopf expects to re
turn to the isthmus in August.
Mr. And Mrs. Alfred Collins
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Collins and
Mrs. Collins grandmother, Mrs.
Honorine Janson,- will spend the
summer with relatives and frineds
in Stockholm. The Collins left last
week for Sweden, They plan to
make an extensive tour of Europe
before their return here.
Each From Miami : t-
Mr. and Mrs. H. I Homa have
just returned to the Isthmus from
a visit to Miami,. Florida,
Forms New Latin Fraternity
Twelve Latin American Instruc Instructors
tors Instructors assigned to the staff and fa faculty
culty faculty of U.S. Army Caribbean
School at Fort Gutter banded to together
gether together recently to form a new or organization
ganization organization "Association ot La
in American. OffKrer-InstructorsT
A result of three weeks of plan,
ning, the newly formed group was
organized to further. inter-American
understanding among the 20
Latin American nations which
have students enrolled at the Span-
ish language school. Charter mem
bers include officers, ranging rrom
second lieutenant to lieutenant col colonel,
onel, colonel, from aeven countries.
The idea for such a fraternity
stemmed from desire of the
present instructor force to main maintain
tain maintain contact with the USARCA USARCA-RIB
RIB USARCA-RIB School on return to their own
armies and, most important, to
while at Fort Culick. v
One of the group's organisers,
Lt. Gonzalo Casas Lazo of Peru,
But it this way. "For, the first
time in our lives, we have had the
opportunity to meet with, both so socially
cially socially and in the classroom, offi officers
cers officers from the other Republics of
Latin America. ..-
Casas, a charter member and
secretary-treasurer of the -new
group, went on to say, "By meet meet-ins?
ins? meet-ins? once each week, we get to
know the' men from other coun countries
tries countries and learn, first hand, f their
customs and traditions, :
Weekly meeting are scheduled
by the association to discuss com common
mon common problems, celebrate national
holidays and plan expansion both
here and in their home countries.
Local membership consists of
officers from seven nations as
wall as lfi "honorary" members.
Nine U.S. officers, eight division
chiefs and the school commana commana-ant,
ant, commana-ant, have joined the honorary
rolls: Other "non-voting" mem
bars include senior officers from
countries without instructors on
the USARCARIB School staff.
Future plans call for the group
to organize auxiliary chapters'- m
their home countries Although
lha group is limited to Inttruc-
; to?tt- Fart Gulicfc inirmr
students and Instructors will be
invited to oln the chaptera-te-be
in' the' 20 Latin American cauiv
TYia ATSlT'a firt nreiHnt T.f
Col. Luis Barrera Mutis of Colom Colombia,
bia, Colombia, presented an engraved 'pen
set recently to the school's assist
ant commandant on the latter's
departure for the United States
and a new assignment.' His first
nffirial art ax nrvsident. Colonel
uarrera presented me gut in De-
half 01 the new organization.
"Establishment of the associa
tion pvnliiined Barrera. "result
ad frnm an informal fathering in
April ot au tne laon American in-
struetori. The idea tor Uie auuia-
tion," he continued, "was sponta.
neous suddenly it was decided
wa shnnld form the organization."
The first meeting was neia Apru
9 and the constitution and bylaws
were arinnteH Anril 19. Since that
time, regular weekly meetings
have been held at m e m b e r s'
"The- biggest advantage of our
"get-togethers'," one of tne mem members
bers members remarked; "is the chance to
explain our customs to men of Jhe
' "In our last meeting, for exam
ple," he. continued, "Uruguayan
and Cuban omcers were ceieoni ceieoni-ing
ing ceieoni-ing national holidays. Representa Representa-tiva
tiva Representa-tiva frnm each of the countries
gave- a short speech explaining
the significance of the event, it is
amazing," he concluded, "the in international
ternational international understanding which
has resulted from our undertak undertaking."
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."Did your husband get promoted, Mrs. I.iby? Ii-i
t remember when you moved here he used to wear; --
a shirt two days!"
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MAYOR RANDALL CHRISTMAS OFi MIAMI enjoyed a performance of Panamanian Dances
by the Conjunto Plicef Group at the Union Club luncheon tendered him and the Miami Mis Mission
sion Mission Group yesterday at the Union Club by the Municipal Council of Panama. Front row left
to right are Mayor Ramon E. Real of Panama, Miss Margarita Escala, and Mayor Randall
Christmas of Miami.. :
PA As 600mph Caribbean Jet Schedules
Already Drawn Up; Flights Start 959
Three years ; will pass before jet!
airliners begin to streak across
the Caribbean Sea with as many
as 145 passengers, but the tran transition
sition transition stage from piston-engined
aircraft to jets already is at hand
for air transportation.
The changes which will become
effective with jet airliners cannot
wait until the last minute. They
must be planned in detail in ad
vance, and at Pan American
World Airways that planning is go going
ing going :on. ; fc,., :,;; 1 v...;. t'-,,-'
With 'planes still on manufac manufacturers'
turers' manufacturers' drawing boards, sched schedules
ules schedules already have boon drawn
up by which they will whistle at
400 mph across the Caribbean.
Pan American knows today .the
arrival and departure times at
many Latin American cities of
those great airliners not yet
The comoanv knows, too what
equipment will be needed on the
ground to handle passengers, air
mau ana cargo, ana wnat wau
factor will be needed for profita
ble operations. & i
All this preliminary planning
and scheduling: is going on now al although
though although delivery of the first of a
fleet of jet; transports PAA has or
dered from Boeing and Douglas
Aircraft Companies is .scheduled
to begin id Pecember, 1958. Oper Operations
ations Operations in Latin American will be-
oin. in m.
Mai. Gftn. Victor e... Bertranc
dias, former deputy inspector gen general
eral general of the U. S.; Air Force, is ad
viser on let Derations for' PAA.
He inspected the company's 'ad
vance planning recently and da-
clared it rgood."s .-
'New problems whicn win come
with the jet age are being studied
and solved now. while there is a
good cushion of time," said Ber Ber-trandlas.
trandlas. Ber-trandlas. "research' and prepara
tion,- such as that being carried on
by Pan American, will make an
easy transition when the time for
actual operations arrives.
: Pan American became mo
first U.S. flag carrier to pur purchase
chase purchase at airliners, placing an
order in October, 1955, for 20
Booing 707's and 25 Douglas DC DC-rs
rs DC-rs at a total cost of $249,000,000.
The order was revamped to ln-1
elude 12 larger, longer-range ver
sions 01 the 707r called the inter intercontinental,
continental, intercontinental, for delivery beginning
in August, 1959. The Intercontinen Intercontinental,
tal, Intercontinental, carrying 124 to 145 passengers,
will have a non-stop range of
more than 4,000 miles with full
payload. 4 ;
The 707's will carry 104 to 125
passengers, and the DC-8's from
108 to 131 passengers.
Every Pan American office Is
combining day-to-day work with
planning for the jet age. Although
the planes will be new, the sys system
tem system of planning is an old story
with the company.; ;
It was inaugurated in the days
of the DC-3, and the latest planes
to be fitted into schedules are the
DC-7C long-range ancraft which
can span any ocean nonstop. Next
it is the DC-8's turn to be fitted
into the company's fleet of more
than 130 nlanes. v
The scheduling system Is known
as "planned utilization." It was in
vented because; airliners must
come into the shops for periodic
servicing. There is a 260 hour
servicing, another at 380 hours,
and so on until at the end of 8,000
hours of flying the plane is virtual
ly taken apart and overhauled
piece by piece. It goes back into
service as good as new.
Ben Hinton. superintendent of
schedulesrfor the Latin American
Division, explains "planned utiliza utilization"
tion" utilization" this way: s
"It is a method of controlling
the airplane's use so that is ar
rives at the main Miami overhaul
base on the dates set for servic.
ine and overhaul, meanwhile keep
ing it flying. That way we get the
most use from tne piane ana pian
in advance for its maintenance
Schedules also must be timed so
that planes arrive in the shops at
regular, intervals, preventing pro
duction bottlenecks and employ employment
ment employment peaks and valleys.
This isn't as simple as it seems.
The Miami scheduling office keeps
track not only of Latin American
Division planes, but also the Atlan
tic Division air fleet, too, for its
planes are overhauled in Miami.
Legislator Sought For Murder
Of Iife 4 Children; 2 Others
STETTLER, Alia., June 5 (UP) 41, former school teacher and
Mounted police, bloodhounds
and an airplane were sent out
yesterday to search for an Alber.
ta legislator -wanted for question
ing in the mass murder of his
wife end four children and two
young men whose bodies were
found in his farm home Sunday.
Police said -their only suspect
in the slayings was John t. Clark,
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Bristol-Myers Co.. Hillside. N. J.
(0er expires Dec. 31. 19&6J
member of the Provincial Legisla
ture since 1852, who, suffered 1
nervous breakdown last year.
Clark had returned only last
week from a month's election
campaign tour. Neighbors said he
and his wife, who were married
in 1947, had not been happy recent
ly and that Clark bad "acted
strangely since he came home.
The Rev. A.' E. Morrison of
the' United church here said the
Claries were members of his
congregation ami were a ''high ''highly
ly ''highly respected" family.
The farmer-legislator's wife,
Margaret, 36, and four young chil children,
dren, children, and a hired man and a sai
lor on leave were found ahot in
the head by a neighbor when he
went to ihe- faded, yellow farm
home for a Sunday morning chat
There .were no signs of a. strug
gle. 1- ,.,.. .....
Police said Ihe chores bad been
done, the barn had been cleaned
and pail of fresh milk stood out
side the back door. Someone had
started to prepare breakfast.
Only two of the victims were
alive by Hie time G. C. Parrott
found thorn. Sailor William O O-lah,
lah, O-lah, 20, Medicine Hat, a former
pupil of Clark's, died two hours
later in a hospital. One of the
children died in an ambulance.
Neither regained consciousness.
Royal Candian Mounted Police
Inspector M. la Berge, who head,
ed the investigation, directed an
exhaustive search of ; this thinly
populated section 100 miles south-
last of Edmonton Police were
ordered to drag a nearby lake in
a search for the missing weapon
and for C'ark, who was believed
to be a possible suicide.
La Berge said Olah, and Mrs.
Clark appeared to have been shot
in their sleep. George Anderson,
21, the' hired man, probably was
shot when he entered the house
through the back door: The bodies
of the four children had been
placed neatly side-by-side in a bed
Police said powder burns on the
neaas 01 Mrs. Clark and the chu
dren indicated they were shot at
compromise rate cut proposals ex exchanged
changed exchanged in a joint meeting Tester-.
They are participating in the
international air transport .associa .association
tion .association conference here.
Delegations of the 12 lines flying
CANNES. France .June 5 (UP) "! 'ZZZZ, Z. T
north Atlantic conferred with their .ird .. or excursion transaU
own assistants today to consider ljntic jjgnts
Chiefs Confer On
Rate Cut Proposal
THE ROSE TATTOO
J -the boldest story of love you've ever been permitted to see!
GRADUATE Nolan Allen
Bissell, jr. (above) of Balboa,
was graduated today from The
.Citadel, Charleston, S.C, with
a B.S. degree In electrical en engineering.
gineering. engineering. While at The Cita Citadel,
del, Citadel, Bissell was a member of,
the Air force, ROTC. He was
a member of the American.In American.In-atitute
atitute American.In-atitute of Electrical Engineers,
Westminster Fellowship Group,
Arnold Air Society and parti participated
cipated participated in Intramural sports.
He was gradauted from Balboa
High School in 1952. He Is a
son of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Bls-
sell, of Balboa.'
I i SPECIAL SALE I
reduced from 20 to 30
It is not unusual for overhaul
parts and materials to be aseem
bled at Miami for a plane then
flying from Calcutta to London.
Planned utilization will see to it
that the aircraft wings from Lon
don to New York, perhaps to
San Juan, Puerto Rico, and then
to Miami, carrying passengers.
man and cargo as it goes.
When the last passenger is off
and the last piece of cargo unload
ed at Miami, the plane taxies to
overhaul still on schedule. Work
crews await it, new engines and
parts are ready. The work of over overhaul
haul overhaul gees smoothly on. Later, the
work done and the plane test-
flown, it taxies back to the pas
senger' terminal for loading and
flies away, perhaps back to Eu Europe
rope Europe again." "'."'TV
Radio messages at the rate of one
a minute and aboute and about
1,200 telephone and intercommuni intercommunications
cations intercommunications messages a day enable the
scheduling department to keep
traek of Pan American's far-rang
ing 'fleet.' v,.5';.---- ".' ".
When jet airliners begin to o o-oerate
oerate o-oerate in 1959. planned utilization
will see to it that they slide easi-J
ly into the place already created
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Beside the "Bella Vista' Theater
NEW ENSIGN Basil D. Har Harrington,
rington, Harrington, of Balboa, has been
commissioned as an ensign in
the US. Coast Guard in the
70th commencement exercises
held at the Coast Guard Aca Academy
demy Academy in New. London, Conn.,
last Friday. Harrington, 22-year-old
son of Capt and Mrs.
F. J. Harrington, Diablo
Heights, was among 87 Cadets
of the Class of 19S8 to be com commissioned
missioned commissioned and awarded the
bachelor .of science, degree
from the academy. He entered
the Academy In 1952 following
his graduation from Balboa
High School. He won his ap appointment
pointment appointment to the Academy by
placing high in nationwide
competitive entrance examin examinations.
ations. examinations. Following his gradua graduation,.
tion,. graduation,. Harrington was granted
a leave of absence prior to re reporting
porting reporting on board the Coast
Guard cutter Duane in Boston,
Mass., for his initial assign assignment
ment assignment to active duty.
To Nicaragua Will
Speak Next Sunday
1 Miss Msble Elthan. who served
as a missionary to Nicaragua for
30 years under the Central Amer American
ican American Mission, will be the sneaker
at the Curundu Protestant Church
next Sunday at 11 a.m.
Rev. G. Winfrey, a radio preach preacher
er preacher form Tulsa, Okla., will be the
speaker for the evening services.
He will also show a sound movie
depicting work of the Latin Amer American
ican American Mission Evening services
start at 7 p.m.
Si ami Hdta akia Jy
3 f irrltatloa. A Z!jv
$ tellable ataalcaM aw3
Thirteeen babies were born at
Coco Solo Hospital during the
week ending at midnight May
30. according to the Regular hos hospital
pital hospital report. During the same pe
riod, 81 patients were admitted
and 71 discharged.
Babies were born to the fol
lowing American citizens: Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Bensen. of
Fort DeLesseps, son: CS-2 and
Mrs. Douglas McCreedy, of Co Coco
co Coco Solo, daughter; ET1 and Mrs.
Robert Mueller, of Coco Solito,
son; 8P2 and Mrs. Angel Valem-
un, or coco sonto, daughter;
rvi,. ana Mrs. Henry Freeman,
of Coco Solito, daughter: Capt
and Mrs. Leroy Gilbert, of Fort
ouiick, son: Mr. and Mrs. Wll
lard Huffman, of New Cristobal,
son; SRC and Mrs. Jose Escrl-
bano, of Fort Gulick, son.
Babies were born to the follow,
rng parents of Panamanian na
Uonalitys Mr. and Mrs, Vicente
Acosta, of New Cristobal, daugh daugh-ter;
ter; daugh-ter; Mr. and Mrs. asvaldo.pal asvaldo.pal-lares,'
lares,' asvaldo.pal-lares,' of Rainbow City, daugh daughter;
ter; daughter; Mr. 'and Mrs. Holden Cock Cock-burn,
burn, Cock-burn, of Rainbow City, dauirh-
ter; Mr. and Mi s. Amello Ogil-
vie, or KainDOw.CJty, son; and
Mr. and Mrs.; Slnico HalL, of
Rainbow City, son.
UN Scuffles Soviet
Plan To Keep Truce
Teams In So. Korea
PANMUNJOM, Korea, June S
tui- The 'United Nations has
rejected a "face-saving" Commu-
mst attempt to water. down the
U.N.. order expelling neutral truce
inspectors from South Korea.
U.S. Maj. Gen. Robert G, Gard
scuttled a Red plan to base the
inspectors In .demilitarized Pan Pan-munjom
munjom Pan-munjom with authority to reenter
South Korea on specific missions.
"It was a face-saving propos
al uara torn newsmen after a
three hour and 20 minute meeting
with the Reds. "I wouldn't dignify
tne proposal by calling it a com compromise.".
promise.". compromise.". ..
Communist Maj. Gen. Jung Kuk
Rok advanced the "Panmunjom
plan" after Gard had flatly re.
jected a Red demand for outright
withdrawal of the expulsion order.
The Allies want the Swiss,
Swedish, Polish and Czech in inspectors
spectors inspectors to get out of South Korea
because Communist restrictions
have made it impossible for them
to operate effectively in the Communist-held
South Korean President Syng Syng-man
man Syng-man Rhee has been demanding
the expulsion of the neutrals for
months, charging that truce in inspectors
spectors inspectors from Communist Poland
and Red Czechoslovakia are noth
ing more than spies.
M deadline has been set for
the departure of the Inspectors,
but the Allies told them last Thurs
day they will have to get out "in
about a week." Allied officers
have announced since that any
neutral who does not leave willing
ly will be thrown out of the country.-
Gard indicated today the United
Nations has no intention of rescind rescinding
ing rescinding the order.
Bids On Foreign
The U.S. Naval Station, Rod Rodman,
man, Rodman, has advertised for sale by
competitive sealed bids, 34 lots of
roreign excess property located in
Building 308 in Rodman.
The lots include usable items of
a general nature, Tractors, spray
dooms, steam cleaning oootns, dry
ing tunnels, water tanks and a
lectric power units are among
inose items being advertised un under
der under invitation B-12-56 which is
scheduled to open at 10:30 a.m.
June 20. .. ( ,-
The property may be inspected
ana copies otne invitation to bid
may be obtained on any regular
working day through Tuesday June
19 between the hours of 7:30 a.m.
and 2:30 p.m. by contacting the
Sales Office, building No, 31 Rod
man, phone Rodman 3874.
Bids must be received not later
than 10:30 a.m. June 20. u .v.-.
EVERY WEDNESDAY from 7:30 p.m.
LUCHO and his ORCHESTRA will play
his special brand of music that's become!
tops with all Isthmians! ..
Alr-eondltioned Bella Vista Room
Call Maitre D' 3 1860
r for reservations
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Risht In lb G!:jsI
Neetle'a QUK is eioe4ull of all d rich thoeot
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QTJDC mixes iastantly. Just add 2 tcastMMfifufs t a
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TEE MANAMA, AMERICA!? AX TXD TTTSVTST DAILY KEWSTATEX
TCESDATi JUNE 5. 195g
Former DQdger Hater,
Blanks Braves To Give
Pirates Lead In N.L.
KEW YORK, Jane 5 (UP)-Anything can hap hap-pen
pen hap-pen in baseball and there was proof of that today
in the f actihat Sal Maglie, an old-time Giant, pitch pitch-,
, pitch-, ed the Pittsburgh Pirates into first place while wear wearing
ing wearing a once-hated Brooklyn uniform.
How's that agam? iMlzell turning in his sixth vie-
Well, here'g how it all hap- tory. .
pened? Maglie. making his first St. Loufc hopped on starter
start forthe Dodgers last night, Don Liddle for five runs ta the
knocked the Braves out of the first three innings and led the
f..rr., ril Jr. aa k, v-atfrHr rest of the wa? although Fos-
them; VoTon a three-hitter.
Ssoon asMaglle retired Hank
Aaron for the final out. the idle
MraUs. some ot whom had their
,fr, rtd to radioi in Chica-
, .utnmatleallv went Into
first nlarc bv a full same.
Th. THrt first took over
first place by percentage points
vhm tnev neat Milwaukee iu
the first game of a doublehead-
lasf Siiwfai hut nuicklv drOD-
I IMI J ww 1
ped back to .second place when
, tnfiy lost tne nignicap. how wim
. ii .am. ImiI there's m little
more authenticity to their front
e 39-year-oM marne, in
enemr af the Dodrers
irinjr the many years he was
h tne Giants, nerer w
ter than he was last night.
struck tut five- Batters,
Iked only ne mad altowec
Ir-ane Milwaukee ranner w
mum far as aaeond base.
lansom Jackson singled home
oklyn's first Tun in we open open-frame
frame open-frame off Lew Burdette and
Wee Reese and Gil Hodges
ed him for homers in tne
nn.t maintnr a rime
,,t nf first nlace. defeated Phil-
adalnhia 8-2, as Art Fowler
pitched flve-nn Dau ." ior i, am
fn.,vfv. trinmnh Vowler, had a
shutout until the ninth when
41.. nk i. ...h, armu t mir m
inumui rnnt na.te.her Sd Bai-
lev nrovlded the key blow with I
. tv.r.rnr homer nil Saul R0-
covin in the sixth.
v The Cardinals, also only a
game from the topwdefeated the
Giants, 11-5 with Vinegar Bend
Hurricane Jackson, 11
Trapped In Stuck Elevator
For One Hour Before Rescue
NEW YORK, June.S Tjp)
5 Heavy weight contender Tommy
' Hurricane Jackson was suspend suspended
ed suspended yesterday in a stuck elevator
-lor a full hour before a police
emergency squad rescued him
and 11 other jammed occupants.
TVira. mrv disgruntled knorts
.writers and four angry, persplr persplr-,
, persplr-, atlon-soaked photographers with
'equipment can testify It was no
.publicity Stum ior jacasuns
' tight with Floyd Patterson. Fri Fri-.
. Fri-. day night.
And Jackson personally yell yelled,
ed, yelled, "Now you Jus stop talkin
- that way!" when one of the
sweltering sardines said he
hoped It wouldn't prove a plug
for the movie The Harder
- They Fall They were up
Because of the Hurricane's
reputation for being a bit on the
eany side in and out of the ring
I it was the silent prayer of
three writers. "I hope he doesnt
go berserk." And they kept
watching tall Tommy with the
A Brittah-mad coaudj; tar
Ta m '
CIS T .a
rWAISQ THE ATOMIC KIP" A "BORORHTOWN TRAIL"
BANTA CV7. Rob Hope, In "THE SFVEN LITTLE TOY"
CAMP BIERD- Jnbn Wtw, In THE AHGFl. AND THE. BAD MAN1
ter Cattleman- hit a three-run
homer in the fourth inning and
Bill White slammed a two-run
homer in the fifth Ken Boyer
paced. the Cards- 15-hit offensive
with his 13th homer, two oou
bles and a slnele. Wally Moon
also homered for the Redbirds.
The Chicago White sex
shaved the idle Yankees'
American League lead ta four
games by crushing the Baltl Baltl-marc
marc Baltl-marc Orioles, 13-4. Lefty Billy
Ferce had a two-hit shutout
antil he tired In the eighth
bat he was credited with has
seventh victory although yield yield-in
in yield-in r ta Sandv Consuerra.
nhipAco collected 14 hits and
scored 11 of its runs off starter
Don Ferrarese. Nellie Fox had
four hits for the White Sox and
Minnie Mlnoso hit a two-run
homer in the elehth.
I' Miice Garcia of tne inaians
turned in his best effort of the
usnn as Via stnu out 12 hat
ters and gave up only seven hits
m defeating tne senators, i-v-
Pete Ramos started lor wasn
togton and was nicked f hom
ers oy Jim nusoy ana young
Earl Averill, brought up from
Indianapolis of the American
Association only three days ago.
Vic Werte, who collected two of
wutowu iuw, vu
eame t. on Ice with a three-run
double off reliever Bunky Stew
in in ine eienui.
No other American League
games were scheduled
tTSTERDAVS STAR Sal
Maglie of the oougers, ior nis
three-hit 3-0 victory jmot the
Braves. ? 1
eyes of startled horses, at least
in the early minutes of their in
Jackson, 24, had been pro-
nouncea pnysicaiiv lit by Dr
Vincent Nardiello at an official
examination, lust before the au
tomatlc elevator in the boxing
commission building got stuck
four feet below the 10th floor
doors, which refused to open.
' one of the photographers de declared,
clared, declared, "We'll have to get those
doors opened or we'll suffoeate."
Jackson e x c laimed, "I'll
break 'em down with my fists,"
and be began hammering at
the doors his fists whfctl'ng
, past either side f trainer
Whitey Bimsteins ears. ?
Cut it out! cut it out!" yelled
little Whitey. "You'll break your
hands!" He might have broken
wnitey's head, too.
When police of the first emer
gency squad and of the 16th
precinct finally arrived, they
could pry the lOth-floor doors
natural color 1 &
L L I N i
Tlx Ballet Vantairy in Vechnicolorl
"THE RED SHOES"
Xctum Showlnf by Popular Request!
Stripes In The Sun"
, John DEREK A Diana LYNN
i "AN ANNAPOLIS STORY"
Robert MITCHUM Jk Linda DARNELL
Wwlnnday THK TOUGHEST MAN AI.rVF"
Wm. Campbell Mamie Van Doren K. Wynn
. "RUNNING WILD"
WM. Thnr; TWE TRVPEK TRAf"
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The fund campaign of the
VJ.W. Teener Baseball League
has begun to pick up momen
tum, as civic minded lndma lndma-uals,
uals, lndma-uals, business houses and organ
izations in the Republic and the
Canal Zone have contributed to
get the team to Hershey, pa.
While the financial goal is still
remote, tne encouraging up
swing in donations has put new
neart into tne boys of tne team
and the league officials.
The following checks were re received
ceived received this week and are grate gratefully
fully gratefully acknowledged: Standard
Fruit and Steamship Co., $10;
Harry sann, sir VFW Post No
3878, $100; wilford and McKay
inc.,. $15; VFW Department,
$100; and Cy and Qena Fields,
Mr. and Mrs. Fields are' par
ents of Mel Fields of the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Tenner all stars, who barely
iaued to make the Hershey team
mis year, but as a fourteen
year-old, will still be eligible for
a try next year and we can't see
now he can miss,
Anvone desirous nf rnnt.rthnl
tag to help these 13 to 15-year-old
boys play against the choice
teen-ap tpam In t.ha TTnita4
States, beginning August 17, may
sena nis aonauon to tne V.W
Teeners, "Box 2011, Curundu, C.Z.
'I'm. UfaaoL J II.'
I III IfUIICU Ull
Then Changes Mind
BOSTON, June 5 (TJP)
Slugger Ted WUliams of the
Boston Red Sox went from one
extreme to the other yesterday
. A Boston newspaper The
Treveler first quoted Williams
ar-saylna; '-ai'ra-through" 1
washed up. They are threwinr
the ball right by me. I can't
Hit any, more." Later, Williams
remarked "I was only kd kd-dlng
dlng kd-dlng the sports Wrtera. I did
not think; anyone .would take
me seriously,' i
Williams, limping with a
sore foot, is hitting .325 but
has appeared in only J5 games
many of them as a n'neh n'neh-hltter.
hltter. n'neh-hltter. The lanky left-handed hit hit-ter
ter hit-ter went oh to say "The only
reason I'd retire would be if I
couldn't hit. And as far as I'm
concerned, they'll i: never get
me out." Williams then tem tempered
pered tempered that remark by adding
"The one thing that will stop
me is mv legs. They'll never
stop my hitting.". J ,.v; :,
aside only about 18 inches.
"I can get through that," said
me Dig contender.. ; ;
i'No. you'll t all ent
Jackson 1 boosted : himself
backwards and sideways, and the
ponce aoove grabbed him and
Dulled him throuch th nnenlnr
The Others followed his lead
witfr-many a grunt and groan.
lose your shirt
and keep it on!
v : f ..":'-. '''. '."' '
Moore Makes Weight
After 5 Hrs. In Turkish
i f r r.-i
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THE WINNER Mrs. Pat Flaherty appears the picture of con-,
tent as she meets with her husband after he won the 500-mile
Speedway Race at Indianapolis,, Ind. Flaherty's average speed
was 128,490 miles per hour.
In Juvenia Tournament
ne Summit hiiis uon uuoi
set' a new record for entries in
an invitational golf tournament
when 239 players tried to quali qualify
fy qualify for the fifth annual Juvenia
The turnout was so great that
Henry Sommerfreund, sponsor
of the tournament, added one
more flleht for the men.
The competition was keen ana
it looked like the 74 turned in
by Ray Barnes last Wednesday
was eotne to stand" up for the
medalist prize, but Al Saarinen,
a former member of the Summit
Hills Club, one of the last play
ers vto finish came, in witn a
four over par 74 to tie him. The
nlavoff will be scheduled for
sometime in the near future
Most of: the top players of tne
Canal Zone and Panama took
part in the qualifying round trad
alttioueh ne was uname xo piay.
Doc Mitten, president rOi me
Panama Golf Association, was
on hand yesterday to express his
reerets. Doc is leaving for the
States this week for a vacation,
The Summit layout was a per
fect day for golf. Yesterday a
steady drizzle made It uncom
fortable but it did not onset tne
course. i ;;-.''; ::'
The 5.874 vard. par 70 layout
looks easy but only 18 players
were able to shoot in tne eignt
ies and the medalist score was
four over par, It was estimated
that the highest score to quali qualify
fy qualify would be 90 and this was
hnrne out when the six flights
originally scheduled took In partj
of tne piayers wiui scores oi u.
The added flight added players
with scores of 91 and a draw
had to be held to eliminate one
Of these. r t
In the women's flight Cleo
Burns won the Juvenia clock for
her medal score of 80. She was
two strokes under Katie Call and
Pparl Trim. ;
The nairinirs for tne rirsq
round with the telephone num.
bers of the players appear be
low. All matches must be com-i
pleted by sundown Sunday, June
10. Unless players agree to piay
at some other time the official
startlnga time for all matches is
9:00 each Sunday morning.
Men's Championship Flight
R. Barnes (84-6153) vs H- 1
J. Rlees (82-5231) vs Al cor-
W. R. Gross (27-6-182,VS T
J. Rllev (2-4211) VS J. B. HlnJ
Al Saarinen (2-3345) vs T.
G. Riley (2-4212) vs B. LeBrun
E. S. McGowan (82-3212)
J. Smith (2-3681).
Sandy Hlnkle (2-2189) vs
Paul Moran vs A. Perez.
J. DesLondes Jr. vs B. Fulton,
B. Pedwick vs L. Collect.
. M. Miller vs J. Rice.
yj. Ford vs D. Barrett.
M. Chad wick vs B. J. Williams.
'.tiv' Second Flight
.,1 s :.'
i. G. McCoubray vi 1:1. Kln-
R. Medinger vs C. Shaw.
R. M. Sullivan vs F. Malnlck.
J. DesLondes, Sr. vs. L C. Clev-
E. Compton vs R. Collins. .
P, Graber vs M. L. Mills.
C W. Pyffer vs W. W. Holt.
T Spencer vs W. Grow.
D. Judson vs, P. Trim.
J? Carney vs H. illenbrock.
C. Serger vs V. Ledbetter,
W. L- Moynihan vs H.. Tetter,
W. Coffey vs E. Brown.
E. F. Wosockl vs J. Massot
D. Brown vs L. J. Eberena.
J. Latliam vs C. J, Murphy.
F. W. Vinson vs H. J. Toland,
D. W. Myers vs E. E. Todd.
E. G. Owens vs G. Glider-
J. M. Stuart vs J. M. McNa McNa-mara.
R. L. McClaln vs H. W. Post.
W. E. Williams vs A. Kline.
A. C. Boyett vs W. T. Jamlsoa
' Fifth Flight ;
J.' Salterio vs S. L. Henry.
H. K. Johnstone vs L. P. Best
i J. F. Cain vs P. Badonsky.
5 W. E.. Swenson vs J. Hazy.
H. Colbert vs R. Hoodes.
a R. Peters vs R Chilettl.
C. Peavley vs. J. C. Bell.
T. Melanson vs. E. Hunter.
C. W. Hummer vs J. Call.
P. M. Goodman vs G. Havter.
W. A. Welch vs J. E. Slbauste
G. Waple vs B. Esllnger.
R. Waites vs T. Johnson.
J. R. Roby. vs J. Ortega.
E. Orr vs Marekfeld. "
C. M. Castaneda vs A. M. Wa-
Along The Fairways
GOLF NEWS FROM THE FORT
Ethel Perantie took first place
in tne -tsnna wgey" Tourna
ment last Thursday. lrene Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, Jeanne Morris, and Mar
garet Hastings tied for second
place.- Low putts were won by
All of the girls enjoyed their
day and are looking forward to
a medal play tournament with
handicap which wllkbe held
next Tnursday, June 7.
Lady golfers from the Pana
ma Golf Club are reminded that
they are invited and welcome at
Fort Amador for our Ladies' Day
tournaments on Thursdays,
Happy" golfing to you all See
LONDON, June 5-(UP) Light
heavyweight champion Arcnie
Moore came opt of five hours of
sweating in a Turxisn wu to
day to weleh in at nYt nau
nound under the limit for his
15 round title fight tonight with
Yolande Pompey of Trinidad.
Pompey weighed 174.
Moore, who has cut down 37
pounds In little aver ; three
weeks, was on edge as he came
into the chorus girl rehearsal
room which had been hired for
the welghmg in. He pushed
his way abruptly through a
croun of fans.
He was grim and unsmiling In
contrast to his usual talkative
Self." ,.'. ,.'.-Moore
Moore ,.'.-Moore looked In eood condl
tlon. But his handlers intimated
that the strain of makinsr the
weight this time was so severe
Moore probably would announce
his retirement as light heavy
weight champion of the world
shortly. He would concentrate on
the heavyweight division, they
said. ; -.,
Moore was 212 pounds when
he started the sweating and
sweating rout'ne that brought
him down under the limit.
Moore was almost three
pounds overweight yesterday.
He skipped dinner last night.
was given no fluids and went to
the Turkish bath first thin? this
morning. It was not until his
weight was announced that he
smiled and ordered an assistant
at his favorite restaurant to
prepare a large steak for mid
Odds on Moore to win on a de-l
cislon were 4 to 1, with as much
as 2 to 1 being offered -for a
In The Majors
. LEADING BATTtRS
(Based on 1C3 r :Jr at bats)
NATIONAL LXAGTbv v
flayer and Club g a1 h pet
Repulskl, strjt 3L r 21 4?.40O
Long Pitts. U 1. 1.31, 60 J8a
Hoyer, t L 44 J i 1 3i 65 .369
Bruton, Mil. 130 1CJ 2137 .343
Bailey, Cincl.: 34 1C5 15 36 443
ManUe, N. Y.I 45 168 4 5 69 .411
Maxwell, Det. 1 34 10 29 41 .376
Vernon, Bos. 32 111 17 40 .360
Kuenn, Det.. 42 174 27 62 J56
Berra, N. Y. 36 136 26 46 .338
Mantle, Yanks .......... 20
Long, pirates J5
Boyer, Cards 13
Berra, Yanks ........... 13
Sievers, Senators 12
Bauer, Yanks . 12
Banks, Cubs :...t 12
RUNS BATTED N
Mantle, Yanks ....... 50
Boyer, Cards 46
Long, Pirates ........... 41
Berra, Yanks ........a.. 37
Muslal, Cards 36
.. RUNS. .
Mantle, New York
Blasingame, Cards 37
Boyer, Cards ...A.j.. 35
Bauer, Yanks ........... 35
Lopez, Athletics 33
Mantle, Yanks 69
Boyer, Cards ........... 65
Kuenn, Tigers .......... 62
Long, Pirates 60
Ashburn, Phils 54
(Based on Decisions)
Lawrence, I Redlegs Redlegs-Brewer,
Brewer, Redlegs-Brewer, Red 'Sox
Friend, Pirates :
Face, Pirates ....
0.60 TODAY 0.40
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Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
Teams .W L Pet.
Pittsburgh .24 18 .600
Milwaukee .20 14 .588
Cincinnati .24 18 ; 371
St. Louis .... .25 19 368'
Brooklyn s i .21 19 325
New York; .' .17 24 t .415
Philadelphia .15 24 J85
Chicago , .13 25 .342 10
. TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at Milwaukee (N)
Pittsburgh at Chicago
New York at St Louis (N)
x Philadelphia at Cincinnati (N)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS '
New York 000 320 000 5 8 1
St. Louis 221 210 03x 11 15 0
Uddie, (1-2), Margonerl, Rid Rid-zik,
zik, Rid-zik, McCall and Mangan.
Mlzell (6-2) and Sarnl.
Philadelphia 000 000 0022 5 0
umcinnau 100 004 30x 8 12 1
Rogovln (1-3), Negray and
Fowler (4-6) and Bailey.
Brooklyn 100 000 020 3 9 1
Milwaukee 000 000 0000 3 0
Maglie (1-0) and Campanella.
Burdette (4-2), Johmson and
.Only games scheduled.
Saturday, Sunday & Honday
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.Cleveland at Baltimore (ni
Detroit at Boston (N)
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Baltimore 000 000 040 4 7 1
Pierce (7-2) and Lollar.
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TEX PA5A31A AMXXICA3 AX DfUrrrXUZNT tAILT NEWSPAPER
Afbrs 'May Leave Washington Before Giants Quit New Yorlt
TUESDAY, JTNI 5, 1354
A FINE FORM Sylvia Cheeseman' breaks away to win the
. J 00-yard dash for women in the County Track Championships
t Bloomfleld Park, Southgate, England.
ThVhook says Mickey Mantle to a J JS
at. 27 home runs to 140 games. Xto
four seasons In which the pride of SpaTinaw, Okla, played
121 XkT would
piayer wi nave iuuuu -v.-.. -onna
makes Duke Snider a .307 hitter, and in his first tow seasons
s. a Rftoklvn reeular he hi :;- "u
8 Thekmlkefallowances lor such fluctuations because
. . fKaf maw nrnA in for a nib
Daseoau is a game wnc u -j --- --. - Mlislai
one daywill be caught the next.. The book has Stan Uusua
pegged as a 3 niuer. wnn m iu r
Cards' star was.315, .357, .347 and .365. -
a regular -with the Red Sox from the start nf his first four
were .327, .sm, .uo ana .oo. m cv" "-
evaluating Mantle's current heroips. Is he as good u. he lootsi
(Don't be silly, nobody Is.) Can he keep. It up?, (Well, hi
belted, two more homers .against Washington pltchlne Memorial
Day, and one of them Just missed clearing the right-field
stands.) Kidding on the" square, what, chance hash gotto
beat the aaDes record? ia great ae ww w
two factors: Freedom from injury and how he reacts to pres pressure.
sure. pressure. . Mantle bruises easily. Also,, history shows .toe closer
the challengers get to the Ruthlan 80, the rougher they find
- The year Roth hit 6 he was In 154: games. The most
Mantle has played so far Is 147. .True, he'a off to a sensational
start. Statistically, he's far ahead of Ruth's pace at a corres corresponding
ponding corresponding stage. In his classic year, the Babe didn't get No. 20
until June 11 in his 52nd game. Mantle got his 20th on May 31
in his 41st game. '.- -t .'
: Normally, these early threats aren't to be taken seriously.
Periodically, some large, sweaty, muscle guy breaks out into a
rash of springtime homers and this will be followed Inevitably
by comparative tables showing how far the Babe trailed at a
Jimmy Foxx, Hank Greenberg, Jlhnny Mize, Ralph Kiner
rid Willie Mays all held transitory leads of varying margins
but either they waited too late to make their stretch run, or
else when they, started it they didn't hive, enough left to go
all the way.. ;.L?jZ: '-i'
: PoisSIBLE EWLANATION;
: At this time, it would be just as foolish to say Mantle
won't pass Ruth's total as to say he will. The way he's going,
he might even hit 70. Be has what appears to be a sound ex explanation
planation explanation of bis sudden upsurge. 'I've quit chasing bad balls."
This could be a large part of the answer. if it is, then this is
not & freak, or flash-in-the-pan performance, and the implica implications
tions implications of the book must be disregarded. c
Nobody (all together now) ha ever hit a ball out of the
Stadium, so when Mantle's first-game drive caught the upper uppermost
most uppermost trim of the towering right-field stands and dropped back
n the field, the fans naturally made with hysterical hoopla.
But earlier they had paid him a finer and more discerning
tribute. They applauded when he beat out a bunt after two
long whacks had curved foul.' The 24-year-old Yankee might
. not realize it, but that's the highest accolade a muscle man can
receive In the yesterdays it was reserved almost exclusively
I for the Babe, whose deft touch was as artistic, if not as de devastating,
vastating, devastating, as his shattering force.
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ly HARRY 6RAYS0N
NE WYORK (NEA) Talk that
the Giants will quit Harlem for
the new stadium u Minneapolis
The Giants have shown little
People just don t seem to care
about visiting the Polo Grounds
'It woks like a long, nam sum
mer there." says a top official of
the New York Nationals.
The proposed new stadium on
Manhattan's upper west side is
still in the talking itaie.
The switch to Minneapolis could
be expedited by the fact that Ho
race tttoneham owns the Millers,
That's what simplified transport'
ing the Braves from Boston to
Milwaukee. Lou Perini was the
proprietor at both ends.
mere couia te an earner rran
chisc transfer than the one at least
contemplated by Stoneham. This
one would end the senators so-
year run in Washington.
The new nigh command in tne
capital is reported ready for the
move to Los Aneeies. tan rran
euco, Toronto, Buffalo,- Montreal,
Houston, Dallas, Buffalo, St. Paul
or any other of the new big cities
in addition to Minneapolis that has
amnio seating and parking accom
modations and puts up the neces
sary money. ;
The situation In Washington ; is
very similar to tne one tnai ex
isted on the American League
side in Philadelphia with the
Macks. And you know what trin
spired there. Too many consecu consecutive
tive consecutive lean years transplanted the
Athletics all the way to Kansas
Citv. ..v- .i
because it U a ene-ieague wwn,
Washington could be one of the
best franchises in baseball,, but
this will be the 10th straight year
that the Nationals have finished
in the second division. .The fans
have soured en the Griffiths and
Griffith Stadium isn't biM e-
nough even if they aU eame and
is situated in a bad neighborhood,
whet- then la no Darkuf space.
There is Ulk of a new municipal
itadium. but if and when it is
built someone will have to put
something to K. J s t ;
: Washington attendance last year
dropped to -423,000, the lowest m
15 campaigns. ISven with the Nats'
quick start, attendance is below
tnit of a year ago, and business
limm't fiiure. to improve. The
club lost seven oi eigm in me west
and took a pasting at Yankee Sta.
FIRST CLASS Dan Florio feels the muscle in the right arm
with which Floyd Patterson intends to beat Hurricane Tommy
Jackson at .Madison Square Garden, June I. The young
Brooklyn heavyweight trained at KuUher'i in the Catskills.
Ben Downs Bafs
Columbus To 4-3
Win Oyer Toronto
NEW YORK, June 5 (UP)
Ben Downs, who batted a robust
MO with Nashville of the Souths
em Association last year, pro provided
vided provided the muscle in the only
game played in the internation international
al international League Monday night.
The left-handed lnfielder rap rapped
ped rapped a two-run homer off Lynn
Lovenguth in the sixth inning to
give the Columbus Jets a 4-3
victorv over the Toronto Maple
Leafs. The victory enabled the
Jets to move past the Leafs in
to third-place by a half-game.
Master Your Game...
Trap Shot Is Easiest
ly JACKII SURKf
. Master f tne Matters
Written for NEA Service
BAD golfers think first of recov
ering from hazards with a mir
Good players think first of get
ting out of them.
A poor golfer walks into a sand
trap stubbornly refusing to accept
any penalty for having placed him-
seu in irouoie. . :
He plays the shot not much dif
ferently than one on the fairway.
as though -fate owed him a minor
I Morton reached Carl Du- miracle in return for the dirty
r fn, tht--i-iin lifim.r tn the trick.
ton half of the sixth to rive thel There are only three possible
Leafs a short-lived 3-2 lead. Du- results. One, he leaves the hall in
ser gained credit for the vlcto- the trap. Two, he skulls it. Three,
ry. his third of the year against 66 performs a minor miracle.
tv.M w... fc.it n.Hnt hln The last happens so infrequently.
from Johnny Kume in the ninth, however, that Jus game becomes
Tn..h w. ti.Mrf with thK, overbearingly frustrating.
loss, his second against lx vie t Accomplished players alter the
toriea i trap shot somewhat from their fair.
' way technique, the alterations de-
Toronto is at Columbus again "ed solely to get them out of
today for two games, while Mon-("e sand.
ireai u ai Kicnmona, nocneavei
is at Miami and Buffalo is at
i Camearad ti a deitn or so other
malor league; clubs, Washington's
i nitmer'j Deration. As was
the case wittf the1 .Macks of.-PhUa
dtinhia." this'-is a family deal.
. And even with the rock bottom
423,000 paid last season, the elan
made a little, money. There was
m mm for radio and television
and the Redskins' football rental)
you see. and- Jimmy ana suiy
Rnhortson oDerate the concessions,
Th tclMistine swat is even fat
ter now, a new three-year contract
calling for in excess or i,3w,ww.
There isn't much on the field,
however, and less on ue farms,
and my key Washington operative
believes Calvin Griffith, who now
speaks for the unoe, woura jitien
to a sound proposition that would
include taking care of the family,
which controls 52 per cent of the
The only sizable outside stock
holder is H. Gabriel Murpny, wno
was Georgetown's graduate man manager
ager manager of athletics. Murphy, who
owns 40 per cent, is an insurance
man who would go aiong wim
fithia i num.
Annlinnta without 1 M'l
parkuig and plenty, please do not
ty HANS RIARDON
24 Years in In National League
Written for NIA Service
OUF.STION: The catcher chases
: foul and steps into the dugout
after catching it. There is a run runner
ner runner on first base. How many bas bases
es bases is he entitled to?-Arthur Fjee-
ney. 1 ;T "
t Answers All ne can ism. irmrw
ia ne avtematic aitvatien here.
If, however, the catcher were
fell kite the dutevMnstead ef
stepping kite Hthe runner
weuld be entitled te one bate,
o fh httM hunta the ball and
before it hits the ground he bunts
ft again. What gives? Percy
A. The batter Is evr for mttr-
Terence.- '- -'
o. Where ma 'J acme noDinson,
Ted Kluszewskl and Jsckie Jen Jensen
sen Jensen play college football? Tom
my Lewis. ;
A. Rabinten er uila, mui mui-lewtkl
lewtkl mui-lewtkl at Indiana and Jensen et
Hew Men Key
To Football Lions
DETROIT (NEA) Howard
Cassady, Don Mellhenny and Jer Jerry
ry Jerry Reichow are the big names in
the Lion scheme of things for 1956.
cassady or Ohio state, southern
Methodist I Mellhenny and Iowa s
Reichow. tabbed by the Detroit
football professionals in the draft,
hold top priority rating in Buddy
Parker s rebuilding plans.
Reichow convinced Parker of
his great quarterbacking potential
in the Senior Bowl, where the
Lions' coach directed the North
team. With speed to go with his
size, the Hawkeye is also a' top top-notch
notch top-notch defensive back.
ty JIMMY SRESLIN
AL SCHREIBER, who runs' the
Timkin Little League at Canton,
O.. says he can't put enough, time
into the program "because what
one boy is getting out of our pro
gram could not be txmgnt wun any
amount of monev."
The boy is Gary SchluD, wno u
11. Gary cannot hear : or speak,
but tinea he made the Canton
Bearing team last season it almost
hasn't mattered. ,
"Before he came into Little
League, his parents tried every-
thine to set some expression
Iav from the bov." Schreiber says
"But he was Just dead-panned. He
howed no outward interest in
"Samahew thav eat him out for
Little. League and the day he was
given his uniform be ran all over
the neighborhood showing it to
nennle. Bevond that, he S one of
th better vouncsters around here
The umpires nave w oe certain
he is shown the count each time
he bats but that is the only out of
the ordinary handling uary neeas
"Our whole urogram is a ue
mendous success because of what
it haa done--for him. His wnoie
life is different now. He is in
.cattail in trhnnlwork and every
thing else a young boy should be,"
way for umpires at last reports.
.... Only 18 hardy souls signed
up to call 'em for the youngsters
and 10 more were needed... Sam
Vacant!, in charge of arbiters,
doesn't know why, either .... "We
keep the parents well in hand,"
L. 7- 1 j. t I
ne aayi Anyooay wno nas
had anything to do with Little
League knows the parents squawk
more in five, minutes than players
do in two seasons -when there
a close play. v,
Light Hilling Boxer
NEW YORK, June 5 (UP)
Middleweight Tony (Tex) Gon Gonzales
zales Gonzales said today, "I was the
most surprised guy in the
house," while explaining last
night's unexpected explosives
that won a unanimous 10-round
TV decision over Hardy (Bazoo
ka) smauwooa at St. Nicnoias
A notoriously light puncher,1
Gonzalez oi East urange. n.j
suddenly seemed to have bombs
in his fists as he floored the
worker from a Brooklyn bubble bubble-gum
gum bubble-gum factory in the first round
and staggered him a dozen times
Smallwood was favored at
They leave the success of the
shot to percentage rather than in
the much less reliable hands
heavy bag to- improve my
punch," Tex said. "And my train train-r
r train-r Rrwn Manning? kent telline
me I could really punch if I lust
had the self-confidence to set
myself and let drive.
The hall must be lofted quick!. :
To facilitate this, the blade of
the sand wedge is laid open.
. The clubhead is swung in an out
It strikes the sand approximate I
ly two inches behind the ball
This makes the trap shot the
of easiest shot in gojf.
You don t even have to hit thT
NEXT: Play the ball te suit the"!
conditions ef a particular trap that
rather than alter your swing.
"And I wanted to win big be
cause one of my managers Carl
Stamoe, had his leg crushed in
an auto accident and had to
have it amputated. I wanted to
win big for him. But I was the
most surprised euy in tne nouse.
the way mv punches Kept stun
Tex, weighing 158 pounds to
I6OV4. register his 22nd victory
in 28 fights before 1.231 fans
and almost achieved his third
Today Encanto .25 .15,
Jane Powell, in
"SMALL TOWN GIRL"
Robert Taylor, In
"VALLEY OF THE KINGS'
Today IDAL 10 .Kl
"CODY OF THE PONY
Chapters I It t
"Chain of Circumstance"
'I'd worked for a month pn the
THE ROSE TATTOO
-the boldest story of love you've ever been permitted to at!
tusLL TALKi Branch Rickey
an inninr inn. una vasimi.
Wye. Little League audienee that
th "greatest thing W my UK
hasn't happened to me yet.
Rickev. 75. probably meant a pen-
.... ka Pittihurch Pirates
a.. HnAinv a new. Mickey Mantle
hi. iiiiu Tjtatme audience.
knA t Laramie. ine pij'
n.u M . .
isant for that city's ; aew wttie
Tana can't be blamed if he for-
.... tkina hare and there.
Aside from handling small-fry
rsonnel. WUes Hallock is pro-
... aiiitnr nublicitv director,
MiMi-eountrv and lacrosse coach
far the University of Wyoming,
u..Hvn'. willlamsburKh sec
knkt what is orobably the
UVU Vlfw . aawfc.
nhatt ait nf LllUO jueaxuc apuu
. th nation ... Every team
k. laamia backed by
hank .... Actually, the tariff isn't
k. all. Mickev Mcum
..11 nninta out from national
1 j. at williamsoort Pa
"The first year, a sponsor would
l.... ahnut 1300 Xo back a
ta.m" Mickev says. 'T)ut after,
tkat it it lust a matter of replac
ing uniforms and it bever runs
more man sww w ew -
a tiMia Laaauar who slams
homer or pitches a no-hlt game ai
Vnkr. N. Y.: geU Big agu-
treatment tne carvei km
people donate ice cream to young
iters ia the hospital ward or or
.f hii rhnnaine.
uinrnuur. wuuu.n wa -
"!' 'itt '"-,ytJi-'isii will-- p.-
As a means of encourag encouraging
ing encouraging its customers to use BET BET-TER
TER BET-TER LIGHT for BETTER
SIGHT, Compama Paname Paname-na
na Paname-na de Fuerta y Luz will give
away free, beguining June
11, 1956 one. electric light
bulb to each of its first 5000
customers who pay their ser ser-vice
vice ser-vice bill in full.
This offer applies to cus-
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tomers in both Panama and
Mark June 11, 1956 on your calendar. Pay your service hill early
and avoid the rush. First come, first served.
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Read story on pags 8
Retired Molotov Sits In
On Tito's Kremlin Talks
1 trncnAnr Tim K fTTPWItuSS.a's
leaden called VyacheslavM. Mo Molotov
lotov Molotov in on secret talks with Pres-
ident Tito of Yugoslavia mom
spite the "Old Bolshevik's "retire "retirement
ment "retirement as foreign minister. r.
' Both Molotov and his successor,
. n i. i;ip Dmitri T.
'. rormer -----
Shepilov, were on the Soviet dele-
.. t -- 1 T 9 lire
gation tnai oegan w
with Tito and the Yugoslav delega delegation
tion delegation in the great Kremlin palace,
There had boon speculation that
; the announcement Molotov s
', resignation from the foreign ml ml-'
' ml-' nistry was timed to coincide
, with Tito's visit to the Soviet U-
nion,' It was Molotov who suned
1 Stalin's 1M declaration expellmf.
t Tito from the noW-demised Com-
. Inform. " ' -
I But Molotov, who remained as
it.:.- ,4 fiA minute late.
o v l HU iiik cu
The Bussians were already on
. first "deputy premier and member
oi ine pany pieamiu..., ; -prominent
position at the green-
coverea comerenvB i .. v
: TV. Cnuiof llal0atinn WSS led DV
Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin
and Communist rany wo
II O. jvuiuoin-iis'.'
- Newsmen had, been admitted to
the chamber to witness the pre
liminaries. i. . ..
- The exact agenda of discus discussions
sions discussions has not been disclosed but It
tvl thu xublect would
be Communist Party affairs. Ob
servers also expected e aoviei
TODAY- r J5..40
MO 8:55 :00 p.m.
Picture of the Year...
'eaders to give Tito a detailed pic
aire of Stalin's record in recent
Tito, who rejected the rule of
Stalin eight years ago, pointedly
snubbed the late Soviet dictator in
Tito visited the tomb of Lenin and
Stalin and laid a huge wreath to
Lenin, the mainspring of the Bol
shevik revolution, while thousands
of. Russians watched in silence.
But there was no wreath for
Stalin. Tito brusquely ignored
the embalmed remains of the
ruler who once called him a trai traitor
tor traitor to Communism, but gazed at
length at the glass-encased body
Tito's snub of Stalin's tomb could
not have been more pointed.
The Yugoslav president, wear
ing bis .smart marshal's uniform,
was conducted into the mauseole-
um by a Soviet army general,
while two Red army privates stood
at rigid attention.
As be moved into the cool dark darkness
ness darkness of the tomb, Tito could see
the glass-enclosed bodies of the
two lite Soviet chiefs.
He stopped in front of the body
of Lenin and gazed pensively at
the founder of the. Soviet 'state.
Then he walked swiftly past the
soot where Stalin's body lay. clad
in the uniform of a marshal of the
The Yugoslav wreath to Lenin
was laid in front of the mausole
um. It was a huge wreath with
a red ribbon carrying gold letter lettering
ing lettering that said "To Vladimir Ilyicb
Lenin Josip Bros Tito."
AT T Q
In Cinemascope and Color
Vritten lot Ox Scrma and Directed by
DISTRIBUTED BY MAM
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GREAT LOVE SONGS I
' ST AMINO
-.---.; mt Mil etctoae snmmbm
May Mean End
Of US Aid
WASHINGTON. June 5 'fUPV-
thairman James P. Richards (D-
S.C.) of the House Foreign Affairs
Committee said today Marshal Ti
to s visit to Moscow may hurt
Yugoslavia's chances of getting a a-ny
ny a-ny more U.S. foreign aid, ;
He declined to predict what the
House will do with expected pro proposals
posals proposals to cut off military and eco
nomic aid to Communist Yugosla
via because of Tito's triumphant
iour oi we aoviei union, ne wouia
not say what his position would be.
But'h told reporters ."anything
is liable to happen when the bill
reaches the floor." House leaders
have scheduled debate on the for
eign aid bill starting tomorrow.
Tito broke from the Communists
during the Stalin regime and has
been friendly to the West in re
cent years. But his visit to Mos
cow indicated he is prepared for
closer ties with his communist
colleagues in the Kremlin:
Reo. John M. Vorys (0.), a
ranking Republican on the foreign
relations committee, said yester yesterday
day yesterday that an amendment will be of offered
fered offered to the pared-down foreign
aid bill tomorrow to cut off further
aid to Tito's Yugoslavian
Richards said an amendment to
drop Tito from the bill "probably"
will be introduced and proponents
of. the proposal will have "more
impetus" behind their drive be because
cause because of Tito's visit to Moscow.
But he said he was more concern
ed about the entire program rath
er than lust "one country in a
WASHINGTON, June 5 (UP) -Russia's
new leaders, Nikolai Bui Bui-ganin
ganin Bui-ganin and Nikita Khrushchev, ap
parently lived in constant fear that
Stalin would throw them in jail.
Their fear was expressed by
Khrushchev in his Feb. 25 speech
before the Communist party Con
cress In Moscow.
According to the State Depart Department's
ment's Department's account. Khrushchev told
how he and Bulganin bad often
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laiftcu uvut oiaiiii luiiiivss vv
tics in branding Russians as "peo "peoples
ples "peoples enemy.,"
"Khrushchev said that once when
he and Bulganin were travelling
in a car Bulganin said:...
."It has happened sometimes that
a man goes to Stalin on his invita
tion as a friend. And when he sits
with Stalin, he does not know where
he will be sent next, home or to
For E. E. Fluharly
Set For Tomorrow
Graveside funeral services will
be held at 10 o'clock tomorrow mor
ning at Corozal Cemetery for Ed Edward
ward Edward E. Fluharty, retired Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal employe who died Fri
day at Gorges Hospital, Mr. Flu-
nany was 71 years old.
The graveside services will be
conducted by the Rev. Oscar Ol Olson
son Olson of the Balboa Union Church.
A native of Big Springs, W. Va.,
Mr. Fluharty came to the Isthmus
in December, 1907, to work as a
timekeeper with the Isthmian Can
al Commission. When the perma permanent
nent permanent Panama Canal organization
was formed in 1914, he became a
nay clerk and served in that capa-
II city In the paymaster's office un
til his retirement in October, 1940.
-He is survived by a daughter;
Mrs. Edna Hummer of Ba ,. a
con, James W., of Louisville, Ky.,
aii'i u iu uitxnt'ix aim a sulci
living in the United States.
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An independent fUs, daily newspaper
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'Let the people know the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 1956
TTTO LEAVES FOR MOSCOW Marshal Bros Tito of Yugo Yugoslavia
slavia Yugoslavia salutes from his special train In Belgrade as be and his
wife leave for their visit to Moscow. This is Tito's first visit
to Russia since he broke with Soviet Communism.
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i f s )
n .....J' ,, i .y
MOLOTOV RESIGNS Soviet Foreign Minister Vyacheslay
Molotov (left) has resigned. Radio Moscow said Pravda editor
Dmitri Sheplloy (right) has succeeded him. The Communist
broadcast went on to say that the Russian Supreme Soviet had had-accepted
accepted had-accepted the resignation of one of the last of the old Bolsheviks
t, to remain in the post-Stalin government.
Knowland On Khrushchev Speech:
'No Plans For Returning Loot'
WASHINGTON. June 5 fUPV
Senate Republican Leader William. dow dressing."
F. Knowland said yesterday the
"downgrading" of Josef Stalin by
Russia's new leaders does not not-contain..
contain.. not-contain.. "the" slightest indication"
of any change' in basic Kremlin
policies.' t -'v.:
The California senator made the
statement as he offered for print
mg in the Congressional Record
the hitherto secret summary of
Red party boss Nikita S. Khrush
chev's denunciation of Stalin last
He said its criticism of Stalin
ignored the former premier s ac
complices in crime" and offered
no plan "for returning any of the
Knowland said the Khruschev
speech deplored Stalin's methods
in liquidating other Communist
French Security Forces Raid Casbah,
In Drive To Capture; Thwart Rebels
, With skillful Dronaeanda and
astute timing," he said, "the mas master
ter master puppeteer are again embark,
ed upon a campaign of dunliritv
cleverly intended to lull the free
world into an attitude of resigna resignation
tion resignation or an attitude of 'lei's get a a-long
long a-long with the fellows," they're not
reauy scounareis ;
Lenin Chewed Out
Stalin For Rudeness
WASHINGTON, June 5(UR)
soviet uommunist party boss Ni Nikita
kita Nikita Khruschev's bitter anti-Stalin
speech shows that Lenin once dress dressed
ed dressed down Stalin for being rude to
his-wife. -" :. r '':: t -In
a hither-to unpublished letter
read by Khrushchev, Lenin de
But be said It contained "no manded an annWv
expressions of regret" for the ,1k' of relations hntwnn n ..
quidation of a "vast army'? '. of Lenin said although his wife bad
Liberals,, Democrats, non-Marxian "agreed to forget what was said
socialists ana "Deiievers in nu... i nave no intention to forget
man freedom" whe, were liquidat-so easily."
ed during the-same period. "I ask 'you. therefore, that you
Sen. John Marshall Butler (R-weigh carefully whether you are
Md.) said in a statement that the agreeable to retracting your words
"latter, day denunciation of -Josef and apologizing or wtiether you
Stalin" is "part of the same old" prefer the severance of relations
package but with a new design between us," Lenin wrote.
and new wrapping." I mere wase indication whetn-
Butler said "the world is wit- er Stalin apologized.
ALGIERS. June 5 fUPWFrench
security forces today pushed an
intensified campaign against reb rebels
els rebels in the cities, mountains and
desert wastelands of Algeria.
Authorities slapped a dusk-to-
dawn curfew on five'eities in West Western
ern Western Algeria in ap apparent pre preliminary
liminary preliminary to a sweep by troops and
police through the native quart
ers. The ciues ue wnnin a ramus
of 25 miles of the Port of Oran.
Alffipn lirffpxt citv in this over-
seas' French province, and a host
of other communities already are
under curfews of varying lengths.
r t U ..Tt nM
BSV wec, xnsucu actuinjr hv
raided the Casbah in Algiers, net netting
ting netting a number of suspected rebels,
ammunition and weapons.
. Yesterday, troops seaieo on a
wiHa prtkn of the old Arab citv
of Tlemcen, about 30 miles from
the Moroccan ironuer, ana con conducted
ducted conducted a house-to-house i e arch.
Mnra than 25 Oftft Arabs were check
ed and some 500 hustled off to
police headquarters for further
questioning. A cacne oi arms auu
uniforms was confiscated.
The raids are aimed at cutting
off liaison between rebels in the
hinterland and their financial and
communication sources in the cities.
Scattered fighting was reported
at both ends of Algeria. Near Ne
mours, in Western Algeria, a
French patrol Kiuea iour unuorm unuorm-ed
ed unuorm-ed rebels. Patrolling legionnaires
surprised a rebel band near Bone,
in Eastern Algeria, ana juucu u
in a brief but bloody clash.
edition nt th vth Mechanized
..i ioth Tnfantrv Divisions, were
m w ... i t .
mopping up aner intir o.ggesi yic
t-u in m motiLn-ion reueuiuu.
m which at least 500 Arabs were
reported killed ana zao capiurea in
a five-day battle in ConsUntine
The bodies of 361 rebel dead were
found on the rock-strewn battle battlefield
field battlefield in the mountains west of
Mrs. Bertha Gute
Of Santa Clara
Dies. Ill Hospital
Mrs. Bertha L. Gute, well known
resident of Santa Clara and form
er Canal Zone resident, died at
Gorgas Hospital last night after a
brief illness. She was 62 years old.
The wife of Frank Gute, retired
employe of the Pacific Locks, Mrs.
Gute was born in Whatewater,
Wis., and taught in Milwaukee
before commg to the isthmus in
1919. For a number of years, she
and her husband made their res residence
idence residence in Pedro Miguel.
Since Gutes retirement from
Canal service in 1944, they have
been living at their home in Santa
She Is survived by her husband
and two sisters in the United
Memorial services will be held
at 4 p.m: Friday in St. Luke's Ca Cathedral
thedral Cathedral In Ancon. The services will
be conducted by the Ret. William
TRAIN DERAILED BT BOULDER A work crew clears away the 40-ton boulder which caus caused
ed caused the wreck of the Baltimore and Ohio's National Limited near Parkersburg, W. Va. Th
engineer was killed and the fireman was reported missing after the train plunged into a creek."'
CZJG Registration Beg ins T hursday;
47 Courses Ooen For Summer Students
Registration for the Canal. Zone
Junior College l'S summer sesN
sion will be held Thursday from
12:45 to 4:15 f.m. and from :30
to 8:30 p.m. in the Junior College
office,."; r S 1 r-t .j
Twelve engineerinj eouries, in including,
cluding, including, a class in auto machanics,
will be amon the 47 courses of offered
fered offered during the summer. A num number
ber number of business and commercial
subjects, including shorthand, typ typing,
ing, typing, business paw, business- arith
metic and business r.ngusn, aiso
are Included on the schedule.
In the language field prospec
tive students may sign up for ele
mentary French elementary Span Spanish,
ish, Spanish, elementary conversational
Snan'ish. and intermediate Span
ish, all of which will be offered in
both morning and night classes.
Nine engineering courses, are
scheduled for Saturday morn-
A man found wandering around
Carr Street; Balboa, yesterday in
a state of intoxication was haled
into Balboa Magistrate's Court and
However,' Judge John E.-Dem-ing
later suspended the sentence
and the man, Julio E. Mora,: 56,
was placed on probation for one
Another iio line was imposea
this morning on Marcos A. Sar Sar-miantn
miantn Sar-miantn xt whn was arrested Sat
urday while trespassing in the La
Ings from l,to U o'clock. They
inciyde ny semesters of ngi-
netring jlrawmg, theef- m e t a 1
drafting, architectural drafting,
machine drawing, and one sem-
ester of auto mechanics. Threo :
'engineering courses are sched scheduled
uled scheduled for Monday through Thura Thura-"day
"day Thura-"day nights. They are shop math,
ematics, slide rule, and general
Other courses lined up for Mon Monday
day Monday through Thursday morning
sessions are shorthand, typing,
business English, elementary psy psychology,
chology, psychology, Europe in the Twentietn
Centrury, elementary algebra,
plane geometry, and first and sec second
ond second -semester college algebra. v
Night classes are. scheduled In
business arithmetic, shorthand,
typing, business law, business Eng English,
lish, English, Europe in the Twentieth cen century,'
tury,' century,' elementary- psychology, ele elementary
mentary elementary and .college algebra, and
Course which fail to enroll at
least ten students on registration
day will be xancelled.t J
Classes for the summer session
will start June 11 and will cbnti-1
nue through August 4. With the
exception of morning t engineering
classes and the course in auto mechanics,-
which are to be held
Saturday mornings, all summer
session classes are scheduled for
Mondays through Thursdays. ;
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6"
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