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HOLDS PAVERS SIGNED BY IKE White House Press secre secretary
tary secretary James Hagerty displays the. three documente signed by
President Eisenhower In his Walter Reed Hospital suite in
Washington. The documente are an executive order approving
a new flag for the U.S. Array; an emergency allocation of
$50,000 tor flood relief in Colorado, and the International
.I,.; Wheat Agreement for 1958.
rtAacuiMrtTnN .Inn. l4
VationT of East Germany from Communist rule today In a 10-mmute. hospital room
ionferenc with West German" Chancellor Konrad Adenauer.
Mr, Eisenhower, resuming
K.. 1 l. e I
!irn he has iud since Ls ta.
ency operation Saturday to rei
ieve an intesunai mock, mi.
nhAwr t no in a chair for his
(alk with Adenauer, his first hos-
iital visitor outside oi xamiiy anu
.taff aides. ev V-v
Secrtarv of State John Foster
Dulles, who sat in on tne meeting,
eported tnat xne rresiaem ;
nn.iiv hrmieht uo the reumfica'
ion subject in his Ulk with the,
ear-old German waoer.
i The mtin was held in Hie
President's luxurious suite m
ward eight ef Watter Rted Ar.,
my medical center.
AHnnniier told reporters he was
'very happy" to have had the oo-j
l0rtunity of talking to the Presi Presi-i.n
i.n Presi-i.n "inii tn have seen him ,: in
uch excellent shape."
Aononor cairi he would not nave
LHbvi it oossible for the Presi
dent so soon after major surgery
;o "look that way, Ulk that way,
?nd participate so vividly in a con
versation. -;: a
i"I have asked the doctor to ex ex-'.i.in
'.i.in ex-'.i.in this miracle, and he has ei
,lained it is a healthy strong or organism
ganism organism that helps one overcome
in obstacle of thk kind,!, Adenau
er said. 1
I Dulles, whe had not seen the.
'President since his operation five
days ego, said Mr. Eisenhower
tanal Co; Seeks
Bids On I Fence ;
ror Tivoli Hotel
I Bids -are now being solicited
y the Panama Canal Co. for the
nmtnictioit rf a cyclone fence
aund the tivoli. Guest House. The
lids are to be opened: the morB-
ng of June 20 in the Aflmmistra Aflmmistra-inn
inn Aflmmistra-inn BiiilriinB at Balboa Heights.
f-The fence, which is to be built
it a security measure, will extend
or 1,000 feet around part of the
uilding and .will be constructed
iiostly from "materials salvaged
rom an existing fence around the
'300,r Area in Balboa. ;
In addition to .the construction
f the fence at the Tivoli. -the spe-
ifications call for the removal of
he fence in the V300" Area.
IP Hunter Rests
Pellet In Brain1
A pellet is still lodged in the
rain of Panamanian hunter Pe Pe-iro
iro Pe-iro G. Betaucourt, Who was acci acci-lentally
lentally acci-lentally hot by his own gun last
iunday, and the hunter is T'resting
comfortably" at Gorgas Hospi Hospi-alay.
alay. Hospi-alay. .
Betancourt's 12 gauge single-
mrrel shotgun accidentally dis-
harged while his hand was rest rest-ng
ng rest-ng on the muzzle. The shot tore
iway. part of his left hand and
ent a pellet in to his brain.
I He was placed on the seriously
II list. Betancourt is employed by
i Hyrographic urvey Branch
t Gamboa, and lives in Chiiibre.
fUPV President Eisenhower appealed for the "libera-
an active role In the direction ot tree, worn, aipiomacy.
f-9 lIHratlorr of IT million Germans under Com-
J . i" J
st f:i recovery ifnod to be
Adenauer and Dulles were in the'
President's room for 10 .minutes.
Mr. Eisenhower and a State De
partment interpreter also w e f. e
Tito Boards Ship
For Black Sea :
MOSCOW, June 14 JP)
Tueoslav President Tito sailed
yesterday aboard a Soviet -cruis
er oi tne BiacK aea uees 10 u
Caucasian seaside resort of So Sochi
chi Sochi for a brier rest on bis tour
of the Soviet Union.
Communist Party chief Nikita
Khrushchev. ; t Tito's : travelins
companion on his tour tnis. iar,
took his leave of the Yugoslav
leader when be embarked on the
' Tltorode aboard his special
"green train? to the port of
Noverorssisk, where he boarded
the cruiser. He landed at Sochi
at 8 p.m. He planned to stay at
the resort lor a day or two oe
fore returning to Moscow.
Bill On False Ads
On Radio, TV
The House Judiciary commit committee
tee committee today approved a bill to
punish persons ho try to ob obtain
tain obtain money or property by false
promises over radio or TV.
The bill provides for a $1,000
fine, a five year lau sentence
or both, on conviction.
Local-Rate Problems Discussed
A number of community prob problems,
lems, problems, including the landscaping of
Mcranane Parkway in Santa
Cruz: the construction of bus shelt
ers and walkways; and several
other civic improvements were dis
cussed this week during the month
ly conference of representatives of 1
the local-rate civic eouncus held
with Acting Governor H. W. Schull.
Jr., in the Administration Build
ing at Balboa Heights,
The Acting Governor told the
Santa Cruz representatives that the
parkway could be improved by
landscaping and the installation of
benches and advised council of officers
ficers officers to confer with the Housing
and Grounds Maintenance Division.
Arrangements -were made at the
conference to lend the Santa Cruz
community a portable flagpole fori
special occasions, and it was re
commended that a welcome sign,
discussed during the meeting,- be
4Lf fu people
1000 Apply For Jobs
As Canal Zone Firemen
Mora than 1000 have applied for
firemen positions in the Canal Zone
Fire Division which wiu oe esiao-
lished as a result of the planned
consolidation of au fire ngming
forces in the Canal Zone, accord.
ing to an announcement at tne rer rer-umnel
umnel rer-umnel Bureau.
fif the iDDlicants. about 125 are
men already employed in the Can
al organization who have request requested
ed requested transfers. Applications for the
jobs will continue to be received
until further notice.
Formal tests are being given pe
riodically to applicants for tne po positions
sitions positions and thus far about 100 have
been tested. Another test is sched scheduled
uled scheduled tomorrow for about 50 other
Bii"cs said the Chaat-'Jor and
the President had 'a very good
talk" on their, own personal rela
tions and the' relations between
the German and American people.
' Adenauer and Dulles reported
en the mooting to newsmen euK
side the hospital. Hundreds of
hospital patients, nurses, doctors
and civilian personnel watched.
The meeting was a milestone in
Mr. Eisenhowers continuing recov
ery from his operation. An 8:10
a m medical bulletin said Mr. Ei-
aenhower had his best night's sleep
since his surgery last night and
was looking forward to bis mor
ning conference, y
The irksome drainage tube was
left out of his nose all night There
also were no "ill effects" from the
half cup of clear broth he sipped
Re Auto Workers
WASHINGTON. June 14 (UP)
Sen. Pat McNamara (D- Mich.)
accused the administration yester
day of having a "callous. . cold
blooded attitude toward the plight
of unemployed auto workers.
He leveled his attack against
Secretary of Treasury George M.
Humphrey who Tuesday said the
auto industry now is making, sat
, Administration officials "take
that attitude because they know!
the auto industry wiu come out
of its recession eventually," Mc-j
Namara told the Senate. :
""But they have no feeling at all
for the hundreds of. thousands of
workers who will never catch up
he said. ; w
erected through community effort
It alto was announced that the
repairs to the entrance and exit
of the parking lot adjacent to the
Mount Hop Stadium had boon
completed and that studios wore
being made of the need for a cov covered
ered covered bos shelter on Randolph
Road adjacent to the First Aid
Station In Rainbow City.
'There was some discussion at
the Conference of the status of the
24 local-rate families who are now
living in Panama Canal Co. quart quarters
ers quarters in New Cristobal and wish to
move to quarters in the Canal
Zone. The Acting Governor point.
ea out. mar according 10 existing
policy, there would be no new
quarters built in Rainbow City. At
present those quarters which be-i
are being assigned to residents oi
A letter of thanks for his efforts
on behalf of the Little League balll
knou the truth and the
PANAMA, R. r4 THURSDAY, JUNK 14, 1951
None of the positions will be fill
ed until July 1 when the consolida consolidation
tion consolidation is scheduled to be accomplish accomplished.
ed. accomplished. The consolidation, fs dependent
upon availability of funds request requested
ed requested by the Canal Zone Government
The Appropriations Bill authoriz
ing the funds was approved yes
terday by a House-Senate confer.
Applicants for the firemen posi positions
tions positions are being carefully screened
by the Employment and Utiliza Utilization
tion Utilization Division before admission for
formal examinations, which include
Ivxfb dnri ianifkfi "t
While no special fire fighting
training is required to qualify for
tests, applicants are being select selected
ed selected on the basis of mental and phy physical
sical physical fitness as well as their em
ployment and conduct records.
2 Toeh Officials
Convicted Oi Fraud
In Conspiracy Case
:STL LOUIS. June 14 (UP) A
Federal court jury today convict
ed two high Truman administra
tion officials, Matthew J. Connelly
and T. Lamar Caudle, on charges
of conspiracy to defraud Ut gov government
ernment government in a tax ease. .-- -
The jury of eight men and four
women.- all rural Missourains, re-
p rted its finding of guilty- after
r "if hmirs and live r ".rates of da-
Attorneys for both Connelly and
Caudle announced they would seek
a new trial and. If that is refus
ed, would appeaL Federal Judge
Rubev M. Hulen set July la tor
the hearing of motions for a new
trial and for sentencing. '
Neither Connelly, White House
aide to former President Truman,
nor Caudle, head of the Justice
Department's Tax Division until
1951, made any comment, Beth
took the verdict calmly.; ;
Abrf Vfen Teller
Fcils Well Plannd
Queens M llili?
NEW YORK. June 14 (UP) X-AnJ
alert woman teller foiled a care
fully planned bank holdup today.
Two bandits who had spent nearly
two hours in the Queens branch
bank fled without a eent.
Police said the two men, both
brandishing guns, held up Arthur
Hampton, a porter, as he was en
tering a uueens orancn oi me
Chemical Cora Exchange at 7 a.m.
They forced Hampton to let them
in, tied him up and then met, ov
erpowered and tied up four otner
employes as they arrived for work.
One of them, a woman, collapsed
and was placed under treatment
Shortly before 9 a.m.. police said
another woman employe arrived
for work, looked in before enter,
ing and spotted the strangers. She
ran to the nearest telephone and
But the bandits naa spotted ner,
too. Dolicc said. They raced for
their green Studebaker sedan and
No money was available in the
bank before nine o'clock when the
vaults may be opened by qualified
bank personnel. ;
The bank ia located at 103rd
Street and Northern Boulevard in
a busy section of Queens. Road
blocks were set up in an attempt
to intercept the bandits' car.
team of Rainbow City was given
during the meeting by J. J. Joseph
of Rainbow City Council to L. M.
Brockman, Programs Coordinator.
Among other matters brought.
up at the conference were a sug
gestion by D. E. White of the Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City Council that safety mo-;
vies be shown in conjunction with
the regular movies at the Service
Center theaters: a request. by
Miss V. Henry of Santa Cruz that
a sheltered walkway be built from
the school to the gymnasium In
mat community; a suggestion ny
R, T. Burns of Santa Crui that the
basements of approximately .25
houses in Santa Cruz be hard sur surfaced;
faced; surfaced; a suggestion by Rupert Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, of La Boca that a rain gutter
be installed on the bus stop shelter
on Balboa Road and a discussion
jof school bus fares on busses run-
ning from Gamboa to the new
school In Paraise, 1
country is $afe Ahrahem lineohu
'A flag of the United States
which has flown over the Esst
Front of the National Capitol in
Washington was raised on the flag
pole fronting the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights to
The flag is a gift of the Csnal
Zone Department of the American
Legion to the Canal Zone Govern
ment It was presented at a brief
ceremony held at 8 .o'clock this
morning tat the flagpole,
The flag was presented to Act
ing Governor H. W. Schull.' Jr.,
by George A. Black, Jr. Depart
ment Commander of the Legion.
Accompanying the flag was a let
ter from' J. George Steward, ar
chitect of the Capitol, stating that
the flag had flown over the Capi Capitol
tol Capitol on Wednesday, June
The presentation ceremony was
a feature of the national observ
ance of Flag Day. The Acting Gov
ernof expressed ; appreciation to
the American Legion for the gift
and warmly congratulated its of
ficials for their interest in 'active
ly promoting the observance of
flag Day in the Canal Zone.
Black was accompanied at the
ceremony by Alfred uauvin, fa.
eifie vice department commanaer,
an! r ""ip j mf. r "-a't
C::.:I Co. Al!:rn3y
Admi;::d To CZ Bsr
Richard W. Roe, Attorney in
the office of the general counsel
of the Panama Canal CO.. was ad-
mltted to the bar of the Canal
Zone this morninf by Judge Guth.
rie F.. Crowe at the U.S. District
The oath of attorney was admin administered
istered administered at a regular morning ses
sion of the court in the Aneoa
' Roe has been with the office of
the general counsel since rebrua
ry of this year when he came to
the Canal zone from Basersnem,
CaL, where he was deputy 'Dis
trict Attorney for Kern County.
A native of Oklahoma City, Ok
la., he attended the San Diego
State College in San Diego, CaL,
and was graduated in 1953 from
the Law School of the University
of San Francisco. Prior to his ap appointment
pointment appointment as deputy District At
torney in Bakerstieia. Jie was en
gaged for a time in private prac
tice in California.
Curing World War II, he served
with the U.S. Army ia toe Eu
Cicero And Curves
Old Stuff To Reds
ROME, June 14 (UP) One of
a erouo of 437 touring Russians
today told newsmen that there
are only two Italian names general
ly known throughout the Soviet
Cicero and Gina LoUobngida.
Worries Western! Dip lomats
'UNITED NATION! N.Y1 June
14 (UP) Western diplomat to
day viewed with, increasing con
cern the oxchange of recnmuiat
ors by Britian and Greece the bit-
forest ever to involve two western
allies in the United Nations.
. Greece filed formal charges that
Britain is conducting a Nazi-type
campaign of repression on Cyprus,'
seeking to held the Island in the
Mediterranean to protect British
oil interests in the Middle Cast.
It declared that the island's future
wss a matter of concern to "all
the bit: powers" as well as the
Middle Eastern countries and de demanded
manded demanded next fall's UX General
Assembly session take up the mat
ter. ".. '.(:' -v,'--''.
v Britain retorted that Greece
was using the United Nations for
a "worldwide campaign of de defamatory
famatory defamatory propaganda." It as asserted
serted asserted the Athens government is
inciting Cypriote opaely to vio violence
lence violence aad Is seeking to estab establish
lish establish its ewi sovereignty ever ike
2 Clayton GIs
Two soldiers from Ft. Clayton
were severely injured this mora
in? when the motorcycle they
were riding on Miraf lores Hill
went over a crest, sideswlped a
car and crashed to a stop.
The driver of the motorcycle,
Pfc Herman Beddingfleld, faces
partial amputation of a man mangled
gled mangled left foot today at Gorgas
Hospital He received other body
injuries also in tne accident.
John W. Decker, nis passen
ger on the cycle Is in Gorgas
with a broken left foot and se
vere injuries to his left kneb
- The driver or tne car, Luis A
Nleto was unhurt.
According; to police, Bedding-
neia was driving nis mourcy mourcy-cle
cle mourcy-cle northbound en Mlraflores
Hill when he went over a crest
at excessive speed and failed to
keep to tne rignt, side-swiping
Niews car. 'v -:.
Nleto, who was driving in his
own lane, stopped his car when
it was hit, and was not injured.
Both soldiers were treated at
the scene of the accident fay
Clayton dispensary doctor, and
later transferred to Gorgas.
Young JC Cyclist ;
Ordered To Pay
Fcr Car's Darcjes
l -i ti v i.i ,i s e or an a-
mencan iolice sludem who lost
control of bis motorcycle on
Heights Road and crashed into an
oncoming car. No. one was serious seriously
ly seriously hurt. ... ; :.' ;
The condition imposed in Mich
ael E. Zimmerman. 20-year old
Junior College student! was that
he pay for the damages to the car.
which was being driven by Leon
Warren, an American employed by
the r.C, Engineering Division,
According to a police report, the
student was -driving north and
downhill on Heights Road when he
lost control of his motorcycle and
crossed over to the center of the
road.' He struck Warren's car
when it was just north of Ridge
Both vehicles were damaged in
the accident. Zimmerman receiv received
ed received superficial- cuts on his right
knee and head and lost one of his
toenails in the accident. He was
treated at Gorgas Hospital and re
leased. ";--'- t ,.-jwi..-...-.
In Balboa Magistrate's court
yesterday he -was charged with
failing to keep to the right in
meeting and passing an oncoming
For Gen. Hood
A final review ceremony will be
held for Maj. Gen. Reuben C.
Hood, Jr. commander, Caribbean
An Command, by personnel of the
Caribbean Air Command at 8:30
a.m. tomorrow en the Albrook Air
Force Base flight line:
The review, will be a farewell
ceremony for Hood, who will de.
part Albrook Sunday to assume
command of th Headauarters
Command at Boiling Air Force
Base in Washington, D. C.
The public is invited.
strategic Island ii the Mediter Mediterranean.
ranean. Mediterranean. -: i
Meanwhile, Scotland Yard step-
up its investigation of L o n d o n s
Greek population following the de
portation of a Greek Orthodox
Priest last Monday.
Some of the Greeks have off!
cislly protested. One such protest
was made yesterday to Home Sec
rotary- Gwuym Lloyd George by
the joint secretaries of the Ethnar-
chy, the Council of the Greek Or Orthodox
thodox Orthodox Church.
The men, Spyros Kyprianou and
Phidias Dukaris, complained to
the Home Office that Scotland
Yark specisl branch men have
been shadowing them
Their letter asked Lloyd George
to intervene "so as to put an end
to this provocative behavior of the
police. We feel that we are be being
ing being insulted as private citizens
and we express our surplse that
these things can happen in a Dem
quarters believe that action
portions ot the revised treaty between ranam and the
United States must await the new Congress which will
convene early in January 1957. ,.
Only one of three bills requiring action by both
Houses of Congress has made any progress through legis legislative
lative legislative procedures.. That is the bill providing for construc construction
tion construction of a bridge over the Panama Canal at talboa.
The House Merchant Marine and Fisheries commit commit-tee
tee commit-tee has reported that bill to the House, but the commit-'
tee has not yet requested a rule which would place it on
the House calendar for debate. f
The amount of money involved in the bill estimat estimated
ed estimated by officials to be $20,000,000 to construct the bridge
although the bill itself merely says "such amounts as may
be necessary" is too large to allow the measure to
follow the simpler procedure; of entering the "consent
calendar" of the House where it would require o debate.
h-The Congress 'now is working1
. 1st tf'
j'f r. r ; c. jj v j 1 1 1 v io
so LiJ.i i. lit menirer? can "Hum
the national noliucal ..conven
tions and then go home to eam-J
paign for tneir own elections
some congressional quarrora
think there might be a slight
chance for the brdge bill to be
completed by the House before
ad inurnment.' i v
They said it might also be
possible that the Senate likewise
could complete action on that
bill, although its Public ; Works
committee, before which the- bill
is lying, has not yet scheduled
any proceedings on iw v
; The other Panama Imple Implementation
mentation Implementation bills appear almost
Impossible of final passage by
this Congress at this late date,
. They are two. : ,.;.', -r
One, which Is' generally-referred
to as the Land Bill, would
authorize the State Department
to return to Panama certain
lands which are specified In the
revised treaty ana "memoran "memorandum
dum "memorandum ot nnderstandines reach
ed." which was signed along
with th. revised treaty."
The other, described as i the
Labor BUI, would make wage
nrarticea In the Canal Zone can
form to tne onnciDies aennea in
item one of the memoranaum.v
Tne Land bui na oeen re.
ferred to the senate interstate
and Foreign Commerce commit-
tee which is expected to refer It
in turn to its sub-committee on
Merchant Marine and Fisheries.
But the committee has not yet.
referred it to the subcommittee,
and with the short time remain-
ing before adjournment therel
were serious doubts in Congres-
sional quarters that it could
complete the legislative vpeoce-
dures. r f t
In the House, '- that bill has
been referred to the Merchant
Marine and Fisheries committee
which has made no move to
consiaer it. r f'
The Labor Bill has not even
been introduced In the. Sen Senate.
ate. Senate. ;....: :.?. .
3 It was Introduced in the House
and referred to the Post Office
and civil Service committee.
But the committee has taken
no steps to consider it, and its
final passage by this Congress
CZ Pacific Side Side-Suffers
Suffers Side-Suffers Brief
" -' '. -i-- .. v'--
All Pacific side communHias
in the Canal Zone, including
Gamboa, wore dependent en a
pale moon for a period of about
two to three minutes shortly be
fore t o'clock last niyht when a
power failure occurred en the
main transmission lines from
Madden Dam hydra-electric sta stations.
tions. stations. V
. The cause of the power fail failure
ure failure had not been determined
thia morning. The failure was
automatically corrected before a
switch-over to the- Miraf lores
diosol plant power was made
14 (UP) Congressional
on bills implementing certain.
: . There appeared, therefore, on
ly a sUsK chnn- v--t L;x Toft- C.
press can complete tlie bridje
bill, and less than remote poi
stbility that It can! finish with
the Land and Labor. Bills.
Those bills that-ire not com
pleted by the end of the pres present
ent present session will die automati
cally because the 14th Cou-
gress then wiu cease to exist,
It then will be necessary to
Introduce them all over again in
the 85th .Congress after it con convenes
venes convenes in January, whereupon
they must follow the normal
legislative procedures for enact enactment
ment enactment Into' law.1
SHELBY, N.C., June 14 (UP) (UP)-A
A (UP)-A passenger on nis honeymoon o
pened the wrong door on an air airliner
liner airliner last night and was sucked
out with a "big whoosh" to plunge
6,500 feet to death near a church churchyard,
yard, churchyard, cemetery. ..,. 5,
The heart-broken fcride of Oren
Ase Pruitt, 38, of Charlotte, N.C.,
said, her husband had just left her
to go to the rest room on a Pied Piedmont
mont Piedmont Airlines two-en cine DC. a
when she heard "a big whoosh
and the wind came screaming in."
in a few moments, she said, a
steward slid into the seat beside
"I knew then," Mrs. Blandene
Pruitt said. "Nobody ever told me
anything. I don't know what hap-'
pened. I just know he's gone."
Pruitt's body dug a hole almost
four feef deep in the hard packed
earth near Zion Church Cemetery
six. miles from here.
The tragedy broke one of the na-
tion's top airline safety records.
It was the first fatal accient in
Piedmont's history- Airline offu
ciais were investigating.
Dog toYers Shriek;
Plan For Mongrels
ROME. June 14 (UP)- Do
lovers protested bitterly today a a-eainst
eainst a-eainst a proposed law calling for
sterilization of all mongrels. ;
Hundreds of letters of protest
were dumped on the desk of Mil Milanese
anese Milanese Deputy Cesare Degli Occhi,
one of five members of Parliament
who signed the proposed .bill. He
said many of the letters accused
him of applying Nazi methods to
Italy s dogs. -.. k'A
The law would levy a tax of S32
on all mongrels over one-j year
old, unless they have been ster sterilised.
ilised. sterilised. Dog-lovers feared that most
owners of mongrel breeds would
slaughter litters of pups rather
than pay the tax or have them
sterilized. Some quarters believed
the measure would be shelved in indefinitely.
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THE MAIL BOX
OF CABBAGES AND KINGS
The time has come to talk of many things. However, I
shall only tackle a few and even to I. expect a wealth or cri criticism
ticism criticism to be heaped upon me, accusing me of being the purvey purveyor
or purveyor of bilge, balderdash, tripe,, trash and goodness knows how
many other evil concoctions. 1
First, why doesn't Sad-eye Sam Come back to the fold? we
have missed you, sad-eye. .It's always a pleasure to hear from
good ole Pop Wright, and to learn via the San Antonio Bugle
what is going on in the sovereign state of Texas. And even our
caustic (and frequently crochety) Mr. Crede Calhoun is a wel welcome
come welcome guest on this page. But a dearth of Sad-eye makes for
loneliness. Come on home all is forgiven.
' And now, did you know that the Commissary has been
making ready to receive Ike? I found that out yesterday.
Seems that the Commy is (for the first time in my recollec recollection)
tion) recollection) stocking "beef bacon." I remember reading last year
that our Jefs likes this toothsome morsel for breaklast. Bacon
it is, but neither high nor low on the-hog. It's steer stuff, but
smoked to resemble the well known pork product.
Now since we know the Commy is ready for Ike what
about Panama and the Canal Zone. Are the windows washed?
The streets swept? The gutters cleared of last night's merry merrymakers?
makers? merrymakers? Are we going to have a look at him? -I've a notion
he'll be here despite the tummyache. So let's gird our loins
(beef not pork) for the fray and give him along with all
the other prexies a fine, loud hello.
. The Walrus
1 Feel Fine -You O.K.?'
FATE IN STORE
By VICTOR RIESEL
' It is slightly inconveniencing Dot
to see. frustrating, too. I would.
lor example, bave love to liter-
ally watcn Comrade Juniper and
nis crowa reach the end of. tne
road, as they did last week.
for years, they've run a poli
tical ami labor underrthina
known as tne notorious United
Electrical Workers Union. They
disrupted our aid to the anti anti-Nazi
Nazi anti-Nazi allies before wa were at
tached ta Pearl harbor. Toey in.
lutrated our most secret electron
ic, atomic and thermonuclear
plants. They disdainfully provoked
violent stnxes and in some cities
their "heavies" went from news
paper to newspper threatening
the press itself. Once tanks had to
be used against thm.
At one point during World War
II, Comrade Juniper, known as
Jules Emspak, U's secretary-
treasurer, actually sat with the
President of the U.S. as part of a
labor advisory board which dis discussed
cussed discussed wartime strategy, t
This is a story I've been wait waiting
ing waiting 20 years to write.
The pro-Soviet United Electrical
Workers, ones the richest and
most powerful section ot in pro pro-Communist
Communist pro-Communist apparatus, is finished.
Its membership, once over 400.000,
how is far below 75,000 and falling
apart rapidly. Its treasury is al almost
most almost down to a petty cash kitty.
And over the weekend of June
1, its high command met in what
was once the old Vanderbilt man mansion,
sion, mansion, now UE headquarters, and
appointed a special committee of
its vice presidents to make the
best bargain it could with some
national union willing to take in
what remains of UE.
From behind the closed' doors of
this gloomy session came one more
piquant bit of news. These Sov-
leteers who have so frequently at
tacked the government for de-
What is a "free-rider"? A "free-rider" Is a nerson who has
not been enlightened by his "leaders" as to his responsibilities
as a worker in a free democracy. No one has taken the pains
to explain tor the free-rider that all th-s rights and prerogatives
he enjoys in his working conditions were won for him by the
effort (in some cases the blood) of free workers. In a demo democracy
cracy democracy eternal vigilance is the price of freedom and contnt ef
fort is the price of maintaining the best working conditions In manding loyalty oaths from its
the world. i employes, tried to get such an oath
A Tree-loader is a person deserving tne condemnation or from their own vice presidents
his fellow worker because he is luiiy aware or his heritage but
he is so short-sighted and selfish as to bel&e that he truly
gains by saving the few dollars it- cost to support his union or
citizens' asosciatlon. ',:
He Is the type who puts his wife to work, leaving his chil children
dren children to be reared by others. He is the sly, greedy, self-seeker
whose wife finally leaves him-or whose children finally dis disgrace
grace disgrace him by the juvenile delinquency they were bound to ex exhibit.
hibit. exhibit. A
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WASHINGTON There wn TIcm ir. mm. l ih, iaV,,.J
more backstage huddling over the factors regarding this significant
"vu",u i"uoa u w ah oaiue reponea mck to Washinz
force to view the Soviet air show ton from Wisconsin.
pan usually happens in backstage- For seven years Joe MeCarthJ
fiuddling Washington. .- i has been trying to get Wiley oui
In the first place, the State De- of the Senate. He chafed at beind
panment was peeved when the in- called the "junior senstor," fcrsi
VltatlOIl Went rfiroot in th n,:i. v 1
gon, not through the usual State bassador to Norway, now is try try-Deparment
Deparment try-Deparment thannels. Second, ng to defeat him.
AQffl. ATtnur Kadlord. ehairmaa UpTarthv. lli.a. t.J
Of the joint ChiclS Of Staff. IUI. Tnm rnUmn ha T.
t k e ma J01nt aaea er wno f(,u.8ht so bitterly agains
V.L IHe ai uuesgo and wno still U
Other oficials couldn't be quite resentful over that defeat; Waited
sure whether this was because Harnischfeifer. the one urn-Hit J
Radford wanted to eo too. or Up industrialist hn iipo.I
. f uu. nuv w nUBI
wnemer ne ngurea tnis was thy on releasing Nazi prisoners
a g(jod way to kill off the invits-, convicted of the Malmedy Mas-
tion to the Air Force. sacra: William Oml T-nri.l
At any rate, when this sueees- Mint at th N.tinn.i An.infinJ
tion was put to the Kremlin by of Manufacturers; and more re4
U.S. Amhsitador Bohlen, he wss cenUy tb Texas gss-oa mogulsi
informed that the Russian govern-! Wiley fought against the oil-gas,
mert would have invited all three lobby during the Senate debate on
joint chiefs if they had wanted the natural hill whit. nf-J
them, but they didn't ICarthy voted for the bQL Prolw
inis reoiv resulted in another i hi ha Mt h hA tn in
uigu-nraiegy comerence m wasn- au tne money the oil moguW
igton in which the State Depart
ment tavorea rejecting tne invi
In the ena, Eisenhower and Gen.
Nate Twining, Air Force chief of
poured in to back him.
last winter, the disgruntled McJ
AIM IV if- WU1U1K, nil SVVIVV VI11CX UL m a 1
staff, had a nri.t talk at whirh.C1 b?" gTqommg Congress
rr....:': j .a l I-' nil "Smilinv Glenn" Davis M
Awmuis pomieq oui mat nis .Z-.u it-." tC2
pens could pick up valuable in- nlS n.t "Tr ,1
tormauon u they went to Moscow,
So Ike agreed. .,
senior senstor." Joe even temot-1
ed Davis to the point of announcJ
ing. Then Davis saw a pri4
vate GOP poll which showed him
running three to one behind Wil-
Secretary of the Treasury Hum- ev: so be backed out.
phrey and William McChesney McCarthy then switched td
Martin, president of the Federal. Mark Catlin, a junior McCarthy)
neserve uoara, are engaged in a 'and speaker oi the Wisconsin leg
battle over bank credit. Hum-islature, who, however, got em
phrey wants to ease bank loans broiled to charges that he had
in order to help the economy: received money for getting psr-
Martin claims this is using the, dons for prison inmates. This
nation s credit for political pur- killed him off, and McCarthy setH
poses . Congressmen Dawson tied for his old pal, ex-Congress-l
of Chicago and John McCormack man Charles Kersten. who oromJ
of Boston are planning a penetrat- ised, to devote himself to the task)
ing probe of the Treasury Depart- of getting the McCarthy censure
tvi anf (Arrnvlinit Vki rt kanlrAM in 1 arnl if alAtaj) I
iiicui.. tcKAiuuiK uik uunci ur vi iocu ax cicv,u;ua
fluence on U.S. Treasury policy. But Tom Coleman and hard
Comrade Juniper, nee Jules Em Emspak,
spak, Emspak, asked the UE high command
to pledge loyalty to the union and
not to go out making their own
bargains for a haven in AFL-CIO
unions. ? I
Emsplk told the others that
they'd set a better deal for them
selves on jobs and money with
these other unions if they stuck
together.' 'r ":
Some vice residents told Com
rade Juniper to go jump off an
old biography of Stalin. They re revealed
vealed revealed they were already in nego negotiations
tiations negotiations with such unions as Jim
Carey's International Union of El Electrical
ectrical Electrical Workers. Al Hayes' In
ternational Association of Machin
ists and otheB. r a .vy
Th tnlri rnmraita Jiininer verv
bluntiy tha panic was on and
that they would run, not wait:, into
the nearest anti-Communist union
if they cpuld conclude the secret
.a ; i a m 11 A.
oeais wey va oeen iranucauy uy uy-ing
ing uy-ing to make these past weeks.
, The national IE .:, Maaersnip,
including that veteran of pro-Commie
activities, Jim Matles, ran
true to the Soviet pattern. They
have been purging "disloyal" offi officers
cers officers who have approached non-
Communist unions lor admission.
Furthermore, the Empsak-Mat-
les pro-Soviet leadership has gone
right into the capitalist courts at
whicn they eav so rrequenuy
sneered. They've asked judges to
tie ud buildings, treasuries and
dues checkoffs of those local lead
ers who have tried to bolt on a
regional basis, such as the North?
ern Jersey and flew xort us
groups which the other week took
18.000 members and practically all
locals into the Carey -union, IUE.
I have criticized non Commu
nist unions for taking in affiliates
of the old pro-Soviet outfits. The
non-Communist union leaders
frankly acknowledge that this will
create problems cut tney .insist
their strategy is best.
They point out that for' the first
time in a Quarter of a century.
tens of thousands, of skilled elec
tronic workers-m some mighty
vital plants will be receiving anti anti-Communist
Communist anti-Communist literature instead of
the propaganda UE had poured
into the mail by the. millions of
pieces. The UE had spent as much
as a million dollars on such propa propaganda
ganda propaganda in one year, it was re reported.
ported. reported. For the first time fa 25 years,
the members of the old Sovleteer Sovleteer-ing
ing Sovleteer-ing locals will be drawn into anti anti-Communist
Communist anti-Communist educational groups and
associate with non-Communist na national
tional national officials.- r, ..
Furthermore, the constitutions
of the AFL-CIO unions involved
soecificallv ban Communists from
office. This will be enforced, I'm
If this can be accomplished, an
exciting new pattern will have
been set. A key Sovleteering labor
outfit Witt- have been cut to pieces.
Its pro-Communist leaders will
have been set adrift and its local
officials oureed from secret de
fense plants which will supply our
forces with the electronic equip equipment
ment equipment needed for' the next push
There are still some sovieteer sovieteer-Ins
Ins sovieteer-Ins unions left on strategic fronts.
Time has come to rid the country
of them, too.
into the business In the first place
because they were too untalented
to work or else just liked to shove
people around. f
New York's Police Commission Commissioner
er Commissioner Stephen Kennedy was saying the
other day that he hoped to create
a 'college course of at least two
years to prepare embryo cops and
a backstop program in high
school to prepare the future guard guardians
ians guardians of th public weal for their
.v. 'W. need better : people and
we're not "getting them,H Kennedy
saidV'jfcTh dwjtment nas a need
for men with. good, broad back background
ground background in government', ?
After 20 years to. this 'racket of
mine t have known some news
papermen who did not turn their
hats up in front, stick press cards
in th hatband, and dash about
Bv essv deareea we leem to be waving gin v bottles and yelling to have the keys to the ailhouse'They- telieve certain bankers ac c o r e Wisconsin Republican
creeping toward the development! "Scoop!" or "Hold th press 1 i-my janitor was in for murder,!""" fixed the; intemt rate on wouldn't take Kersten.. He ha
of our policemen into, someuung
nnrovimatina th FRT hftV
than a bunch of sadists .who got to an argument, Some eops who.I saw I don't even like to re- as his personal insignia. His sup-satisfy McCarthy's vanity.
wouia noi ue in court, accept grau,' memDer, jyui;i uc9puiuu uiw wn- mac a n;i
or push the alleged offender around! It seems to me the policeman has Me showing a shoe print with as oil barons and Dick Nixon toj
before he had a word with, his passed the point where he is the I a hole in the sole recalling a whom McCarthy is more indebted
. t k..n.. H.k. ....tj.f. i .'famntia niprttra nf stpvanann wttn than Tnm ('.nlfrman Tt was c !nl
tuuuiuyictv.$ w V I lun-u uuiiy wilu vuuiuil k ABC ,. ------ .... 7, A
lob and went on the cons lust so'a noie in nis soie. ine emoiem is man wno cumoea BDoara me c
lot of blustery, f bullying
Robs Indiana Bank,
sntiTHPORT. Ind.. Jon 1
tm a "verv courteous" ban
dit pulled indlana'a biggest bank
rK.hKISif could let his stomach sag over.supposed to symboUzeitthe new WJAA ta the
crooked cops, .lying .cops, .sadistic it rHono.. .i Km. whose shoes need repairing .-' rewrite the speech h was-mak-
cops, urn wno toot, their tadge SiitvT" .-. -rT "!T I Ike's TV producer. Robert Monti ing in Milwaukee in which he
ana nignmic, vu gun-on xneir, , , . -'Bomerv. was so anxious to make Planned to snub McCarthy.
Rin atnl ttial .ItlAtA nPAtatmi k It AtMa tit MA (ha MnUnAnaaa v ; a .1 a A
"i"! .ww. r.u.tn.v.uu f in. u.u ipvui i TV show oi lKe s speecn Detore so.-wnue convention aeiegates
their own fraternity as an open: is not supposed io mterpret the Bavlor University last week that' were still mflline around the hall
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license to shove th civilian around,
innocent or not. f
And, almost without exception,
cunuuciea uemseives ui same won t nave to sound line a fieel, hniit w tv
way wimoui we auinonty or tne wnen ne bucks,. nis nead into tne!front nf the
law-u tney could get away witn car wmdow. -; U ; blocked off most of y the entire ey in the final. Wisconsin primary
. ., uvm m. aiivwjiiB graduating class xrom tne cere!epiemDer u, ana popular semi-
. a jutuigaicr icuvhci. i ueaiu uu iiew iui rin ana iuu K.nn.r
law, but rather to enforce it. It
seems to me that if he is taught
eafhr a few more of the soeioloci-
these were men who would have cal demands of his profession, he, Montgomery ordered V hu
the graduating class 'which the in Milwaukee last week, McCar-
President was supposed to be ad- thy et al switched back to Glenn!
dressing hardly got a 1 k in. Davis, promised him a $150,000!
plat- campaign fund, and nominated ,.,
as in him for the U.S. Senate. k
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police courts, and was present at there is nothing sny ruder than a
a few "interrogations" when the .copper who is playing copper as
person who wss being "interro- portrayed by Humphrey Bogart
gated" would have walked out un-j Whether he's right has got noth noth-scarred
scarred noth-scarred if he came of a Slightly ing to do with the exDression on
higher social category. let us his face or the tone of his voice, cussions. The GOP high command' Consorting with a
ment is so strong fori the senior
senator that Wiley will probably
The recent Republican slap-in-.
the-fave of senior Senator Alex BIKINI TROUBLE
Wilov nf Wicr-nncin ha had hnth, 1
national and internaUonal reper- GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. MUP)
say head bookie, instead of runner. Open your trap once and you've! in Washington isn't nappy about model cost four Grand Rapids
Three factors worry GOP na national
tional national leaders: V? T
: 1. The revival of McCarthyism.
2. The growth of isolationism.
men fines and court costs. Three
of them picked up a scantily clad
mannequin from a display in front
of an appliance store and drove j
on Willi u. incT were imcu iv
"Pop 4id you had a mortgase! Can I see it?'
In the smaller Southern towns, bought it. But control vour right
the police system is really a scan- eous wrath, duck your head meek meek-dal,
dal, meek-dal, especially if your license plate ly, and he delivers the reprimand
describes you as damyankee. land walks off with a smirk.
At one time I Was arrested, tried One of th thin? thev oubM to
and convicted on a street corner teach them in thTi nrnnnH Au. whpv haiT. t.aHfiitiv aunnnrted and court costs on a disorderly
in some horrible little hamlet in cational program is that the police-; the Eisenhower foreign-aid pro- charge. The store owner was fined
Georgia. man works For, and is psid by, you gram. $10 and costs for letting the bikini
When I wax runnina a ennntrv anH that.nf all th. thn ha i TV a hata-irioanhnntai- arivartlaina Ktunt violate a aide-
holdup in 28 years today. He weeMy m North Carolina, I usedit's a judge or jury. 'sentiment, by GOP reactionaries. 1 walk ordinance.
nem an emeriy oia !.o..v
and his wife prisoner for seven
hours, frightened 11 women em-'
nlnvea nri fled with S86JMS.
The roDDery occurrea w
Southport State Bank In this
suburban Marion County town
at the south edge of Indianapo Indianapolis.
lis. Indianapolis. The victims were John A.:
Whalen, 67, president of the
bank, and his wife.
The bandit had sense of
Before he departed, he tossed
awav a $2 bill in the loot and
handed Mrs. Kuur urase,
cashier, a small stack of bills
containing about $500.
"You can nse this to open the
bank." he said.
After the holdup, the bandit
fled in Whaleri's automobile, a a-bandoned
bandoned a-bandoned it two miles away and
slipped through police blockades.",-"
liie luuu waa -wcicr.v w
a . . I ... ,m!
tne secona largest; in nenuy ouu
Hoosler bank holdups in record recorded
ed recorded history. State police said the
amount apparently was exceed exceeded
ed exceeded only by a $96,000 haul from
an Angela bank in 1828.
A flashllsht beam in his eyes
awakened Whalen at 2 a.m. in
his home not far from the bank.
A gunman with a stocking over
his. face for a r mask ,, ordered
Whalen and his wife to dress..
The Whalens were forced to
drive the man to the bank. The
three "waited for hours until the
timing" : mechanism opened the
vault- lust before th bank was
Scheduled to Open.
In the meantime, Mrs. Berma
Riser, a teller,, and 10 other
women employes showed up one
by one io report ior duty, rrev
were escorted to an inner office
where the gunman guarded
them with a nickel-plated revol revolver
ver revolver I
When the vflult clicked open,
the bandit stuffed the cash into
a doth Mar and end awav.
, Mrs, Riser described him "a
"very courteous" during her brief
brush with the robber. -
FLINT. Mich. -UP)- Stanley
Hints. 52; an auto plsnt worker,
has invented a mobile, snow-disposal
machine that Bielts snow in instead
stead instead of cartine; it away. He has
scale model that me'ts lee "ihe
in seconds. ? b'rt he lacks 5,noo
necessary to turn out a full-size
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At Vet's Security Dismissal
WASHINGTON, June H (UP) (UP)-Former
Former (UP)-Former Sen. Harry P. Cain (It (It-Wash.)
Wash.) (It-Wash.) said today President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower expressed "indignation"
over the case of a veteran who
; )was declared a security risk with
out a chance to defend himself.
1 He described the handling of
Jthe case a "prime example of
J6 ascism." He challenged Attor
ney General Herbert Brownell Jr.
and the Senate Constitutional
Rights subcommittee to seek jus
tice for the unnamed veteran,
'beginning this afternoon."
Cain, a member of the Sub Sub-,
, Sub-, vmive Activities Control Board
and a persistent critic of the
program, declared that "Fascist "Fascist-rniaded"
rniaded" "Fascist-rniaded" persons have done more
harm to liberty in this country
in the past 10 years then have
Cain, who has accused Mr. Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's aides of shielding the
President from unpleasant truths
about the security program said
he discussed the case of the Seat Seattle,
tle, Seattle, Wash., veteran with the Chief
Executive last Thursday.
He said the veteran became a
Red Cross field director and the
organization sought Arms clear clearance
ance clearance to send him overseas. The
Army declared him a security risk,
h said, and the fied Cross forced
him to resign. ,
"I don't want to put words in
the President's mouth." Cain told
the subcommittee, "but his expres expression
sion expression of indignation over however
this butchered-up situation came a-
bout is literally as real ... as J
bring it you."
flkrSft4 True Life Adventures
. He said he came away from
his conference with Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower convinced that the Presi President
dent President is. determined "to protect
the individual against -any un unreasonable
reasonable unreasonable encroachment oa his
"The President is not well," he
said. "He is not going to under undertake
take undertake this this afternoon-But we
can do something about it."
Subcommittee Chairman Thom Thomas
as Thomas C. Hennings (D-Mo.), who con conducted
ducted conducted a one-man hearing for Cain,
met immediately afterwards with
the former Senator to determine
whether to pursue the case. He
said Cain will resume his testimo testimony
ny testimony tomorrow.
Cain said the veteran served in
two wars and worked on the B-52
intercontinental jet bomber when
it sou was an experimental cratt.
South Dakota Puts
Meteorite On View
RAPID CITY. S. D. (UP)
The museum at the South Dakota
School of Mines and Technology
has a new meteorite on display.
It is one of six that have been
found in the state, and the small smallest
est smallest at 49 grams, about one and
a half ounces.
The meteorite was found on' the
Malcolm McMurchie farm near
Centerville, S. D., where it had
pierced the roof of a shed. 1
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Senate Probers Opan Hearings
On Natural Gas Dili Lobbying
WASHINGTON, June 14 (UPH
Senate wbtiyinj investigatory ww
open public hearings today on eight
organizations which lobbied for or
against the since-vetoed natural
Chairman John L. McClellan
made the announcement in a Sen Senate
ate Senate speech. He said the fact the
(roup win look into the activities
of the organisations does not mean
tit imnlv anvthin "ill'.al or im
proper" about their effqTis.
The organizations which lobbied
against the bill are the AFL-CIO
United Auto Workers, the Council
of Local Gas Companies; the May-;
ors Committee on Natural Gas,
and the National Institute of Mu Municipal
nicipal Municipal Law Officers. I
To Observe 91 $f
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On Friday of this week Christ
Church By-the-Sea will be observ observing
ing observing the list anniversary of its con consecration.
secration. consecration. The Rt Rev. Alonso
Potter, late Bishop of the Diocese
of Pennyslvania, consecreated the
building on June 15, 1865, while
en route to California. It is said
to have been his last official act,
as he died aboard ship before
reaching his destination.
Three services will mark the an anniversary
niversary anniversary celebration at the histo historic
ric historic Atlantic side Episcopal Church
on Friday. At 6 a.m. there will be
parish communion, which will be
followed at, 9 o'clock by a choral
Eucharist, With Christ Church A A-cademy
cademy A-cademy choir in attendance. The
celebrant. will-be the Rev. Henry
A. Blake present priest-in-charge
of the parish
A service, of evensong will be
conducted at -7:30 in the evening,
mil th. ananlal nraartla far tha
occasion will be Chaplain cyru
UmL of the 13th Naval District
who wiu"be visiting the church for
the first time since his arrival
Commemoration of the- anniver anniver-aarv
aarv anniver-aarv will be continued on Sunday,
when services will be held at 6
a.m., 9 a.m, and; 7:30 p.ms The
ennon at the. closing service that
venin will be delivered bv the
Ven. Lemuel B. Shirley, Archdea-
on ot Manama, '-
Woman Gives Birth To Baby
Fathered By Airman Rapisf
The committee said the bill was
supported by the Committee for
Pioelin Comoaniea. Mid-Continent
Oil and Gas Association, Natural
jas ana uu aesources Committee.
and Joint Committee of Consum
ers and Small Producers.
Mcueuan said the hearings win
continue through Friday and then
resume June J3.S2.
The bin would have exempted
independent gas producers from
direct federal control. The lobby
ing committee g r e w out of!
charges that a gas lobbyist offer offered
ed offered Sen. Francis Case (R-S.D.) a
$2,500 campaign contribution. He
rejected the offer, and reported it
to tne senate. ;
measure because of the "arrogant
tactics of a small segment of the
oil and gas industry. ;
McCleUan said the eight groups,
all registered under the lobbying
act, were selected because they
were "among the most active and
as among those making the larg
He renewed his plea for mem-1
bers of Congress, the press and
radio, and the general public to
provide the committee with any
available information about imj
He said only. 43 Senators have
replied so far to a questionnaire
on the subject. Of these, ne sua.
"only three or four have reported
or suggested any facts or infor
mation. : ;
The special committee, he said,
"must necessarily deal in facts"
because "innuendoes, inferences
and rumors are of little or no
1 WTPW Vnuif. lii 11 YTTPt
"The United Steel workers today stu studied
died studied contract, proposals from the
ateel industry's "big three", that
could determine whether the na nation
tion nation is hit with a costly steel strike
this year.-v A
Too trade sources said the feel
fng here was that a peaceful set settlement
tlement settlement would be reached on a
hew contract for 690,Gw steel work workers
ers workers before the June 30 strike dead
line. .;,;;;':-- v:; u'i5 V,;'
The companies presented their
counter offer to the anion's con contract
tract contract demands at an abbreviated
negotiating session yesterday.
. Reliable sources said the com
sanies' counter offer called for a
package increase approaching 15
cents an hour, Including a wage
hike and a form of guaranteed an annual
nual annual wane. ,.;-.,--
. David J. McDonald, president of
the USW, said the union wiU study
the companies proposals and then
meet with its powerful, 170-man
wag and policy committee on Fri Friday
day Friday morning, presumably to aet
on tn oner, . - ..
Formal negotiations between U.
I.' Steel, Bsthlehent Steel and Re-
publie Steel and the steeiworkers
Union -win resume Friday after after-boon
boon after-boon after a one-day recess. ,,
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trdi Crash Iffils
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nSMES, France, Juno U (UP)
-Th Paris-Luxembourg express
train with American tourists a-
board erashed off the rails in the
heart jet France's famed cham-
hsffna -rniinfrv tnriav.
French rail authorities said nine
lersons were killed and at least
0 to 80 ethers injured, 30 of them
eriously. It was not known imme imme-liately
liately imme-liately If any Americana were a a-nong
nong a-nong the injured.
The cars of the express were de
railed near this town 16 miles
from the cathedral city of Rheims.
Sapital of France's champagne
istrict -i"---. T ,
At least several Americans were
reported aboard the train with
te. crowd of tourists setting out
om Pari for the June holidays.
"i saw several American cou coulee
lee coulee off at the station this morn-
g, American' Express interpre interpre-r
r interpre-r Jack Huetzaeer said in Paris.
I don't know where thev were
king but most Americans go
tight on through to Luxembourg"
Details of the crash were slow
teaching Fismes because the ca.
leening coaches ripped down all
plephon lines along the main
fans-Luxembourg main line.
The train was bound across
tome of France's best known
fountry the World War I battle-
froundi of the Marne and Meuse
jnd the vineyard country whose
trapes produce the world's finest
Las Pensatlvaa Club will prev
sent a talent show and movie at
the Paralso theater commencing
at 8:15 today.
Featured on the program win
be Clarence Stewart. Ernest
Sandlf ord. Robert Husband,
Granville Davis. Clarence rres-i
cott, Raoul oaynes nd Linden
A supporting cast of guest ar artists,
tists, artists, which includes the follow following
ing following tiersons will also be on the
program: David Watts, .Vincent
and Evelyn Fora, Armanao- ue
Costa. Evelyn WUson. Norma
Blanco, and a group of cha-cha-
The r .o 7. loal musical
:roup furrai.a music for the
dhow, prizes wW be awarded tne
four best young v ftrtUts on the
: Tha Winvla wftnn1i1im t.r.
rinar Cary orant and Joan Fon
taine, will precede the talent
show. Prices are 25 cetna for a-
dults ana 13 cents for children.
DENVER, June 14 UP) A 27-year-old
Denver housewife, made
pregnant by a rapist last Septem Septem-oer
oer Septem-oer and denied the abortion she
desired by the laws of Colorado,
gave birth yesterday to a son it
was revealed yesterday.
Loe R. Anson, 31, announced
that the child delivered by his
wife, Margie, had been turned fi
ver immediately to the Denver
Welfare Council for confidential a-
doption. He said neither he nor
his wife saw the child.
Anson said his wife was "get
ting along all right now" although
she had "considerable trouble two!
or three weeks before the baby
' Mrs. Anton was raped by Air Airman
man Airman John D. Peters, II, of Lew Lew-ry
ry Lew-ry Air Force Base, Denver, aft after
er after he entered her apartment last
Sept. U end knocked her uncon unconscious.
scious. unconscious. Her husband was in the
hospital recovering from a her hernia
nia hernia operation et the time and
their IVt year eld daughter, Ani Anita,
ta, Anita, was visiting friends.
Peters was arrested and identl.
fied by Mrs. Anson. He confessed
the assault and admitted he also
had raped three other woemn in
the same week. He is serving a
40 to 80-year sentence in the state
Mrs. Anson said she tried to ob
tain an abortion but was told it
was illeeal She went to the Dis
trict Attorney who told her fiere
was 'no law in Colorado "allowing
abortion in a case like this."
"It's inhuman to expect a worn
an to suffer through such an or
deal." Mrs. Anson told an inter
viewer recently. "Any otner ram
ily than ours would have broken,
up over it all. v -
I guess I couio nave nan an
illegal abortion, but we ust
aren't that kind of people,? she
taid. -... l ;
Several persons have offered
oublicly to adopt'. Mrs. Anson's
baby after reading the story of
Mrs. Anson's pregnanacy, but wel-
To Sponsor Trip
Through Canal r
The Ebernerer Church of Satn-
bow City witt sponsor an excur
sion tnrougn the Panama Canal
on July 4, from Gatun to Balboa,
going. through every one of the
locks. ;. rrfTITm' ?-
Transportation to Gatun wfll be
provided free of charge for those
wno live m colon and Rainbow Ci City.
ty. City. Tickets may be obtained from
members of the committee at the
pnce of 93.50.
fare authorities said the e h 1 1 d
would be adopted in the regular
"I don't suppose 111 ever actual.
ly forget this." Mrs. Anson said
a lew weeks ago. "This .nine
months has been a living night
mare for both myself and my bus
band. I've felt the baby stirring in
my body and then I'm. reminded of
that terrible nighty -"We
eould never love this child
under the circumstances," she
added. "It may sound cruel to any
one who hasn't suffered the men
tal torture I've suffered but I just
couldnt bring such a child up in
the same house with my husband
and little girl. And Joe wouldn't
put up with it."
Plans Csncelled i 3
For Beauty Contest
In Pakistan i
KARACHI, Pakistan, June 14
(UP) Pageant sponsors bowed to
ancient custom and the President's
wife today and cancelled plans for
Pakistan's first beauty contest.
. The Begum Iskander Mirza ap-!
pealed last night to the "Pakistan
Beauty Pageant Association" to
caU off the June 30 contest which
was scheduled to select a candi
date for the "Miss Universe" title.
Pakistan's "first lady" has join
ed the fight against the nation's
first beauty contest. ;
The Beeum Iskander Mirza ask
ed the "Pakistan Beauty Pageant
Association" last night to call off
the June 30 contest which is shoed shoed-uled
uled shoed-uled to select a candidate for the
"Miss Universe" title.
Pakistan custom rules women
should remain concealed behind
veils. Religious 'leaders, newspa newspapers
pers newspapers and' a flood ot letters to e
ditors have complained the contest
would disgrace Pakistan in the
eyes of the Islamic world.
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GRADUATES John Malcolm
MacDonald, of Ancon, was one
of the 200 cadets who were
graduated recently from the
New Mexico Military Institute,
RoseweU, N.M., at its 63rd an annual
nual annual commencement. Young
MacDonald was one of the 137
cadets who received NMMI
high school diplomas. In the
cadet regiment, he was a
member of Company "E"
one ot the eight companies in
the regiment John is the son
of the Very Rev. M." Richard
MacDonaldKi former dean .of
the Cathedral of. St. Luke in
Ancon, and Mrs. MacDonald.
Before going to the New Mex Mexico
ico Mexico Military Institute-, he at-.
. tended Balboa High School.
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! DURHAM. Conn. (UP) Af
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win Edwin Lego to pay a $50 fine.Trial
Justice Frederick Tletze picked
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k' LONDON, June 14 (UP) The
foreign Olfict said today that
'there can be no real security In
torope so lone, as the division of
, An official spokesman said
hat the reunification of Ger Germany
many Germany "in peace vd freedom-'
temains one of the principal ob-
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tent foyera-tent v.
The statement was prompted
ty the declaration issued In
fcrashlngton yesterday by Chan-!
tenor Konrad Adenauer and
1.8. Secretary of state John
foster Dulles after their talks.
Chief Foreign Office tnokts j
ban Sir George Young said:
"Her Majesty's government
halntaln the view that they
ave consistently expressed, that
here can be no real security in
. fittope so long as the division
t Germany lasts, the reunlfica reunlfica-ion
ion reunlfica-ion pf Germany in peace and
Eeedom remains one of their
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Phone Bjilboi 2-2401.
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board headboard $20. Heuse 5723-1, Dia Diablo
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FOR SALI: 1 dresser, metal
$5; baa', twin sixe, metal $5; 9'
refrigerator Westing house, all
porcelain, good working condi condition
tion condition $40; dinette set cansirting
af I table, porcelain tea) with 2
extensions and 3 chain, whit
$10. House 715-D, Prada, lal lal-ba.
ba. lal-ba. Phena 2-2922. Leaving
Saturday 16th far State.
FOR SALE; 1 tea set. 21 -piece
Martha- Washiagtan pattern;
Venetian blind and African vio violets.
lets. violets. 0932 Amador Rd. Phana
' FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus:
medcrn living, ream set, faam
rubber, light mahogany, pletti
' covered; als lamps, an 4 table,
Quartermaster tables, chairs,
chests af drawer. Call 2-2869
r house number 5723-R, Dia-
,.. g0- 1. !, .--J f.
FOR SALE-195( Zenith 21 21-Inch
Inch 21-Inch table model TV. tike new,
new picture tub with 1 -year
guarantee. Price $200. 6.0-eyde
nly. Balboa 2-6326.
FOR SALE:-RCA- canwla Hlr
visiea, 24-inh, mahogany, gar-
fact and guaranteed, $27 5 cash.
Phena Balboa 2-1173. f S
LEAVING TOMORROW: Must
tall tonight at yeur price, 25 25-cycla
cycla 25-cycla refrigerator; couch with
Simmons innartpring v mattress.
1524, Apt. I, Gavilan Read, BaU
FOR SALI: Refrigerator, fee
(both 25 cycle); bedroom suit.
0845 Gavilan Read. Telephone
To Begin June 17
The American Junior Bowline-
Congress bowling league will
open at 1 p.m. Sunday, June 17,
at the Balboa Bowling center.
All members are requested to be
present at least fifteen minutes
before starting time for the
election of officers of the league.
All interested persons, both a a-dults
dults a-dults and students are urged to
A total of 16 students were
present at the meeting- held on
June 9 and all expressed their
desire to start the league on
june 17 ana io continue until
During September a free school
will be held at the Balboa Bowl Bowling
ing Bowling center under the direction
of "Bud" Balcer, At this time In
terested students will be taught
all phases of the game: safety,
courtesy, stance, approach, de
livery ana scoring.
At the conclusion of the bowl
tag school, a second league will
be formed under the nationwide
program of the American Junior
Bowling congress for those boys
na gins wno wti to joiu.
TV Service Center
Complete TV Service
Job or Contract
TV Service Center
AH" and DARIEN
FOR SALI: Chevrolet dump
truck, 4 yards, perfect mechani mechanical
cal mechanical condition, new paint; Dodge
pickup (Army I, double trans transmission,
mission, transmission, perfect mechanical coa-
- dition $450; Crane, 5-ton,
twinging, perfect mechanical
condition; "Clark Ferklift". 4 4-cytinder,
cytinder, 4-cytinder, 2 -ton, perfect machan machan-kal
kal machan-kal candrtion $850; Dodge
truck, 3-ton, tg-ft. platform,
perfect mechanical condition
$900; Chevrolet Suburban Sta Station
tion Station Wagon 1953, 4-eylinder,
, perfect mechanical condition,
new paint $850. Autee lisen lisen-man,
man, lisen-man, S.A., boside Coca Cats
PUnt. Phana 2-2616. 2-4966.
FOR SALE-Pickup truck, Vt
ton. 1946 Chevy, excellent run running
ning running shap. good rubber, $360.
Call Balboa 1304 atabaut 5:30
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford Club
Coupe, excellent condition, 32, 32,-000
000 32,-000 mile $475. Call 2-5492.
V FOR SALE 1941 Cadillac, goad
' tire. 1524-H (Savilan Rd., 7-8
p.m. ar after 7 p.m. .
FOR SALE: 1952 Plymouth
4-deer sedan $600. Haute 101 101-A,
A, 101-A, Gamboa. Phana 6-174.
;J0R SALE: 1952 Chevrolet 4.
door, new paint, battery, brakes,
radio, hotter, covert $700. 121 121-E,
E, 121-E, Ptrais.
FOR SALI: 1952 Morria Ox Oxford,
ford, Oxford, duty paid. Phone 2-3578.
FOR SALE -1 950 Hillman 4 4-door.
door. 4-door. Engine rebuilt, duty paid.
Call 3-5650 Panama after five.
FOR SALI: 1951 Oldsmobile
Holiday hardtop, hydramatic and
radio, duty free. May be satn at
corner 34th Street, and Central
Ave. Phona Panama 3-3477.
FOR SALI: 1946 Old Conver Convertible,
tible, Convertible, new tires. Bert offer cash. -Work
82-4176 or homo 83 83-2127
2127 83-2127 after 5 p.m. Curundu. J
FOR SALE.w'49 Cadillac, good
MHflitiatt. elaitt U..a .-.II
. T r'" rrtmn !!
Leaving Isthmus. Rial bargain.
S a?3V,l,,L"'-RM.i ToUohoM
Dies Al ft Albans
former Cntnn nf th Pap( a
tobal died May 23 at the Naval
Hospital at St. Albans, L, I., after
a long illness, according to news
mciTw ojr irienas on me ISM-
mm. ne was so years old.
Internment was held May 29 at
Arlington National Cemetery.
A native of Pittihnrsh t ia
miral Junker wai m-arinaUrl'V
the U.S. Naval Academy with the
ciass oi iszi. ho stationed in Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal from 1944 to 1946.
After leavint? the Tthmn. k
WAS SSItrnrf fA thm rV.tr ml
. "v w vn v JA JUKBtf
at Squantum, Mass. and after his
retirement a few years later,
nude his home in Pougbkeepsie,
is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Gel Papal Blessing
VATICAN CrrY. Juna ii Vtiti
More than 400 Russian tourists
arrived in St. Peter's Square yes yesterday
terday yesterday in tima in ha rirllli4aiil 4n an
.w vw tMLtuuVU 'SS B
Papal blasting. They waved white
handkerchiefs to Pop. Pius XII
when ha annaarnt at th an'nHnn,
v m atuay.
The Pontiff made hta nirum an.
pearance aner receiving indone-
aiart rresiaent suxsrno in a 20 20-minutf
minutf 20-minutf private audience.
Ten builaarla of tnnriata fmm
Russia mingled with thousands of
cotoriuuy aressea pugrims from
au uver uio worm in ineir WOITI
wind one-day tour of Rome.
The party appeared to include
an 437 men and women who ar arrived
rived arrived in Naples yesterday aboard
the Soviet liner Pobieda. Leaders
of the group said a Russian who
became lost in the ruins of Pom Pompeii
peii Pompeii yesterday later rejoined the
party, v -.
Sukarno's audience followed the
formal close oi his two-day state
visit to Italy.
Rev. AkersTo Be
At Soint Paul's
Observance of the Third Sun.
day after Trinity at St Paul's
Church will begin with A cele celebration
bration celebration of Holy Communion at
6 a.m. Acolytes will make their
monthly corporate communion
at the Holy Eucharist which be begins
gins begins at 9 a.m.
' At Evensong, the Rev. Nolan
Akers, district missioner, will be
BOX 2031, ANCON, CX.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
FOR SALE-1953 Ford Ranch- ;
wagon, 6-cyl., no accetsoriat,
45,000 miles, excellent condi condition
tion condition $1150; Philco freeier. 12
' cu. feet cap., I yean aid, perfect
running condition $250; dining :
room uh), kardrock maple, 5
chain, table and butch, beautiful
$250; Nving room rug, hooked,
9 x15' $45; casual lounge chair
$10; upholstertd chair $10; aet
af Hutchnrutr china $35; :
men 'a matched golf club, 'Ralph
Guhdahl Iron,' 4 top notch
wood $100 or bast offer. Cad
84-4179 after 6 p.m. or too at
Qtn. No. 306 Ft. Kebba.
FOR SALE: Twd G.E. deluxe
220 volt 60-cycl ana-ton win-
dow type air-canditianar, Phana
3-0654. ., ;v ;
FOR SALI: Preexer, 12 cu. ft..
upright, $295; Phona Quarry
FOR SALI: Spinet pitn $400K
Phana 25-3184. House 247 1 -D,
Second St., Cecali, C.2.' r
' FOR SALE: One tmall upright
piana with titer, good condition
$275. Phona Curundu 3208 aft after
er after 6 p.m. v, t
FOR SALE-V-M HI-FI threo threo-pmt4,
pmt4, threo-pmt4, portable record player,
like new. Phena 1-0272 Pana Panama.
FOR SALE: Underwood type typewriter
writer typewriter 26" with capital lettan
nly. "MaurerV Flower Shop,
,9th St., Colon.
MERIDIAN. Mix. nrp
nucu ui. uut a. nutn, jr. ae ae-livered
livered ae-livered a son to Mr. and Mrs.
James W.' Willisms.the physician
uuormea ue parents Ute child
was born on hi rth tnotnvt
Dirtnosy. WiUiams then told the
doctor it also 'wad ..his (tha fa
I ther's) birthdsr. ,-
Gov. W. E. Potter I amnntf tha
107 passengers scheduled to sail
from New York tnrlav fnr rvi.,in
bal aboard the Panama Liner
insiooai. The Governor will be ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mrs. Potter and
weir two asugnters.i
Also among the passengers sail sailing
ing sailing for Cristobal are Edwin G.
Schull and Waltar Srhnll r.1
T ,o.Y.erl!0r W. Schull, Jr.,
wno wm visit Uieir parents during
me auramer vacation period.
Eleven mamhare nf th.
. WA .u VUCSA
Accounting uuice in Washington,
u. am i ts nwitM tn ). nn
the Cristobal. They are en route
to the Canal Zona to maka thA mn.
nual audit of the Panama Canal
vompany-vanai lom Government.
' TwentV-Ona naixanaare ira li.
ea ion ron-au-rrmce, Haiti.;
The comnleta arivanc nnt.n
Cer list for Crixtohal fnllnivo
Michael A. Artese, Jr.; Miss
Leolia Bailey; Mrs. Li lias H.
oya; cnaries G. Callahan; Miss
Pamela Carpenter; Miss Carole
Chase; Miss Mary E. Clark; Mr.
jQnn it. uiars. Jr. ant w r u,
Donald C. Clnmant wifa mnA
cnuaren Mr. George Coleman,
and 2 children; Mrs. Miguel Cor-
CO. Jr. and ton: Miaa STothorin. J
Cross; Mr. George DeLuca and
wire; aamuei dudui; Mr. Henry
Falk and wife; Kenneth Ferrier;
Mr. Harrv L. Fielrlnn Jr wif
and i children; Robin Gomez; E-
ii uransm, ana Mrs. Jessie G.
Mrs. Esther Hariri and it r-hil.
dren; Miss Helene Healy; Miss
oarDara jiicicey; Mr. Donald H.
Hommas, wife and infant; Mr.
Walter B. Hunter, wife nnri ann-
Miss Elisabeth M. Keith; Miss
Mane Keith: Kenneth C. Kin.
pley; Miss Rosemarie LaRocque;
Miss Esther Levy; Mrs. Viola Mt
Libert and 2 children; Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Mary Long;. Mrs. Rosema Rosemary
ry Rosemary Mackey; Dr. Edmund V. Ma-
tVS. Wife and ton: Rnhert Merrill"
Mr. Harry Noah and wife; Mrs.
rnerese s. U'Hara; Horace V.
Parker; Edward T. Philpitt; Rus Russell
sell Russell E. Piarson- Pharlea A. Pic.
tole and W. E. Potter, wife and 2
Benedetto Quattrociocchi; Miss
Hilda Rabenbauer; Mr. Judah
Rosenblatt and wife; Mr. Jose
Sanchiz, wife and 2 children; Ed Edwin
win Edwin G. Schull; Walter Schull; Mr.
Albert Sharp and wife; Wesley
H- Sparling; Mrs. Erene Spitzer;
Mr. Ralph E, Stansbury, wife and
son; Mr. Samuel Stone and wife:
Louis F. Tremblay; Miss. Marga Margaret
ret Margaret Weldron; Mr. Charles Walsh
and wife: Miss Bertha Weinberg;
Miss Esther Weinberg: Miss Julia
Weiner; Mr. John L. Whigam and
wife; Rev. Francis X. Williams;
Mrs. Herman Wohl and wife and
Mr. Rene Wolf, wife and son.
ATTENTION & U Juat built
modorn furnishad aportmentt, 1,
2 hodraama, hat, aold w a t e t,
Phana Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished e e-partment,
partment, e-partment, private entrance. Love Lovely
ly Lovely residential taction. Large Irv Irving
ing Irving room, dining room, two bad bad-rooms,
rooms, bad-rooms, tw hath, maid' -euar- ;
ten, locked garage. Call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-0873 between 12-2.
; FOR RINT. Furniahed modern
; apartment, ena and two bad bad-'
' bad-' rooms, k re nod, impected. Call
FOR RINT. Furnished, .croon .crooned.
ed. .crooned. Inspected 2-hedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, hot water, good location,
suitable for two couple $100,
Via Petra 82. Phono Panama 3 3-.
. 3-. 6115. :
FOR RENT s Apartment $50,
in First Street, Perajil No. 7-1 13.
FOR RENT: Modern one-bod-room
apartment, hot water, stove,
f r i g a r ater, air-conditioned.
Campa Atogre. Phana 3-4242
.after 6 p.m.
FOR RENT, Have cool com com-;
; com-; fortable two-bedroom apartment
, in Bella Yiata. Willing share with
gantleman ar couple Telephone
FOR HINT: Madam apartment.
Exclusive residential taction.
WoN ventilated. Large parch,
living room, dining room, 2 bad bad-:
: bad-: rooms, bathroom, kitchen, laun laundry
dry laundry room, garage.' Hot water
throughout. Water heater fur furnished.
nished. furnished. Screened. For Informa Information
tion Information and appointment ctll Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-1650.
FOR RENTs Completely fur-
nlihed tpartment $50. North
American neighbors, regular
transportation. Phone 3 -0471,
FOR RENT July and August,
,3 -bedroom apartment, 2 hatha,
completely furnished. Near Ho Hotel
tel Hotel El Panama 7th Street Ne. 7,
El Cangrejo. S-4S96. t
FOR RENT 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
kitchen. 13th Street No. 16, San
Francisco, Via Partes. Phone 3-
2457. --'. -i
FOR PENT: Bart located ana ana-roam
roam ana-roam furnished apartment. Clean
and independent. 43rd Street
N. 13..; i,
FOR RINTr Unfurnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 kadreenu, maid's ream,
2 bath, sitting dining room,
kitchen, porch, gtrtge $110.00.
at exclusive "El Caagnjo", 6
Street No 2. See Da Castro,
Phone 2-1616. Ave. B 9-42.
FOR RINT s Unfurnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedraom, maid' room,
2 bath, altting dining room,
kitchen,' parch, garage $100.00
at Bella Vista. N. Obarria Street
Ne, 23. near "El Biturra." See
Da Cartra. Phana 2-1616. Ave.
FOR RENT: Apartment, unfur unfur-nbhed,
nbhed, unfur-nbhed, in pleasant aurronndingts
. living-dining ream, 2 bedroom.
2 bathroom, maid' room, ga garage,
rage, garage, laundry facilities, hot wa water
ter water installation $90. Ball Vista,
house 32 44th Street. Phone 3 3-0815.
FOR RENT: Furnished or un un-:
: un-: furnished 1 -bedroom modern a a-;
; a-; partment, garage. 168 Via Bali Bali-i
i Bali-i aaria Parra.
FOR RINT t Small furnished a a-partment
partment a-partment near American Embas Embas-y.
y. Embas-y. Phena 1-3467.
r FOR RINT : Ideal apartment.
S ena and twa bedrooms, boat la la-'
' la-' cation in town-, near II Panama.
. Furnished or unfurnished, hot
water, garage. Phana 3-5692.
Apply at 2014 7th Ave. Espefia
(Sabanat). -1 .-
FOR RENT Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment $60. Via Parra 101. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-2568.
FOR RENT: Wilcox Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments. Good, neighborhood, ga garage
rage garage facilitiee Phena 877, P.O.
Box 630 Colon.
FOR RENT t 2-hedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, unfurnished, convenient,
cool and screened in. Stn Fran' -cite.
Phono 1464 Balboa.
FOR RENT: Famished apart apart-'
' apart-' meat: 3 bad roams, living ream,
' dining ream, maid' room, 3
: bathroom, garage. 46th Street
Na. 1-70. Phone 2-1477, 3 3-0709.
0709. 3-0709. i'
FOR RENT-2-bedreom apart apart-snent,
snent, apart-snent, tcraened, living dining
roam $60. Balisari Porrat No.
56. Key apartment No. 2. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-2316. 3-0234.
JERUSALEM (Israel Sector)
June 14 (UP) Moshe Sharett
soon will resign as foreign min
ister of Israel, autnoruauve
sources said' today. i: j ;
It was said he would become
leader of the dominant Mapai
party. A rift between Sharett
and Prime Minister David Ben-
Spend yeur weak endt at Rio
Mar, the best bathing beach, hi
the Republic, with all cenve-'
aience. Moderate price. The
. new management hi (axiom to
Grtmlich'e Santa Ciara Bch
Cattage. Modern ceavenieacat,
moderate rat. Phaae Gamboa
BIACHSIDI vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable houses.
Phone Thompson Balboa 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. One mile part Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Balboa 1866
PHILLIPS Ocoonaid Cattiaaa,
Santa Clara. Baa 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877, Critte Critte-bel
bel Critte-bel 3-1673.
' Baldwin' furnished epartmentt
et Senta Clare Beech. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Smith, Balboa 3681.
Sunken Tug's Crew
Rescued In Slorn
By Olher Tugboat
GULFPORT. Miss.. June 14"
(UP) A tugboat crew early to.
day rescued three of six missing! ed bus system, holding that a high high-crewmen
crewmen high-crewmen of another tug that sankier court did not make retroac retroac-with
with retroac-with 15 aboard during a raging tive its ruling that Jim' Crow"
tropical storm off the Mississippi' seating is illegal.
tu'f- I Judge George Bell Timmerman
The crew of the O. 3. Cenac of Sr.. father of South Carolina's
Morgan City, La., found the three
survivors in their life jackets near
the spot where the tugboat May
Dee went down in choppy gulf
seas during the storm yesterday.
Coast guard planes joined sea
craft later today in a search for
the three May Dee crew members
who are still missing. i
, Rescue workers pulled eight1
men urum me aiorm-wmppea wa
ter late yesterday and another
was removed from a dredge boat
floating loose. 7
The storm, which had packed
winds of 60 miles per hour and
had lashed 300 miles of the Gulf
Coast, was petering out over Nat
chez, Miss., early today.
It caused at least one and possi
bly two deaths in New Orleans.
where a truck plunged through a
bridge guard rail Into Lake Pont
cnarirain. v r ;
Truck driver Charles Morris of
Jackson, Miss, drowned. An eye eyewitness
witness eyewitness said a second person also
plunged into the lake in they truck.
The company that owned the
truck verified that a helper may
nave accompanied Morns.
The storm also drove two ves vessels
sels vessels aground and knocked out a
lighthouse before moving inland
and losing its punch It dropped
4.1 inches of rain on New Or Orleans
leans Orleans and flooded the Gulfport-BL
Of Looting Till To
Keep Bosoniy Bl
A Hat ft
"NEW YORK. June 14 (UP) A
former union official today was
accused of looting a. welfare fund
for the "care and comfort" of a
shapely blonde who stretched a
$73 a week union salary to em
brace a plush Park Avenue apart apartment.
ment. apartment. - (
, ... ..''f '" '' :'
District Attorney Frank Hogan
charged that Sol Cilento, 64, dip dipped
ped dipped into the union till for $16,125
as "spending money" for his
"good close friend," bosomy Edna
Halberstadt Bowning, 40.
Cilento, former secretary-treasur
er of the Distillery. Rectifying,
Wine and Allied Workers Interna
tional Union of America, was
charged with conspiracy and grand
Hogan said thai Mrs. Browning
wes hired almott five years ana
et e S5-a-week cleric m the U U-nion
nion U-nion City, N.J., office of the u u-nion,
nion, u-nion, but only shewed uf twice.
Both timet, Hogae said, the
mode 'surprise appearances te
"help whoop things up" at the
ennuel Christines parti.
Her salary, Hogan said, was
shortly increased to 173 a week.
Mrs. Brownine asked Cilento
why she had received the raise
and Hogan quoted him as reply
ing: ''You just got a raise.
Mrs. Browning, a former mani manicurist,
curist, manicurist, lived in a $225-a-month a a-partment
partment a-partment on Park Avenue while
on the union navroll. Hogan said.
He added that she had "other
sources" of income to pay the bills
for rent, !. clothing, jewelry and
Hogan attacked the "outrageous
and defiant" conduct of Union
President Joseph C. O'Neill for al al-Wedlv
Wedlv al-Wedlv resistine! efforts to clear
up the Welfare fund scandal.
Hogan said ine loiai inuriagc ui
the fund may be as high $100,000.
- Mrs. Browning was named as
coconspirator, but not a defend
ant in the conspiracy lnoictment.
Gurlon also was reported.
The. resignation was expected
some time after a meeting of
tne nine-man Mapai committee
here, the source said.
" KOVEDADES A THIS
v. Via tapaaa Ave. t
POR RENTj 2-b.dreom chakrt,
, maid a room, camp lately fumith fumith-d.
d. fumith-d. Inquire Guillerma Oliver's
Hi entrance to Patadena.
FOR RENT-Vacaiiaa guarter.
I, June 16 re Augutt
23. Call Balboa 3349.
' NT-Veeetle. guarten,
Paitilla. from July 7 until Sap Sap-mbr
mbr Sap-mbr 13; 3-bedreem concrete
houa completely furnished, in.
eluding televisiea. Campletely
endotcd front and back patio,
ST,, k?lkl' k playhouse.
Call 3-3866 after J p.m. $145
FOR RENT-2-rtary rttidonca:
hedraomt, tUepiag porch. 1
th, large tild and covered
pane, hat water. 38th Street Na.
4-39. Phona 2-2724 or 3-1201.
Ruling Against Jta Crow Buses
Not Retroactive, Judge Decides
COLUMBIA.' S C.. June 11 f TTPl
A South Carolina Federal Judge
uiauiisseu ior ine second time yes-
terdav a suit acainxt a aeffraa'ait.
outspoken segregationist Govern
or. was a member of a court pan
el that twice upheld it was revert.-"
ea oy ine U.S. supreme court In
the historic 1954 decree. :
The 75-year-old Judge yesterday
granted uie soutn Carolina Elec
trie and Gas Co.'s motion to throw
out a $25,000 damage suit by Sa
rah Mae Flemming after over
nieht "reflection." .
The Negro woman hid asserted
her civil rights were violated when
Studying Shrimp Shrimp-In
In Shrimp-In Gulf Waters
- T(ur) xne u. s. Fiih and WUd
life Service yesterday began a
rwo-weeK study of seasonal pre
tel makintr the ttudv. will Hra
the northeast-and southeast wa-r
ters of the Gulf at depths oi 200
7 ... .. "
and 250 fathoms,
Filed-party chief Harry R. Bui.
lis Jr. said before sailing those a a-reas
reas a-reas have consistently yielded
high catch rates of shrimp. ..
Up! For Promotion
WASHINGTON, 'June 14 (UPV-
President Eisenhower yesterday
nominated Marine Major Generals
Ray A. Robinson and Merrill B.
Twining to be lieutenant generals.
Robinson is commanding gener
al ot tne Meet Marine Force; At
lantic, with headquarters at Nor
folk, Va. -v--
Twining is commandant of Ma Marine
rine Marine Corps Shools at Quantico, Va.
He is a brother of Gen. Nathan F.
Twining Air Force chief of staff.
- Tires ft Tabes
Guaranteed 1 1 Months
' IOC" Level
600 X 16
Black White Wall
1 6.150 5 1 9.50
1 7.95 20.95
WANTED: Campletely fur furniahed
niahed furniahed he use or chalet (2 or 3
bedrooms In suburbs, Partltla
preferred. Call Rowley 1-0680,
8 a.m. ta 4 p.m.; 3-5810 after
4 P.m. .
FOR RENT: Space appropriate
; far office, beauty parlor at cam cam--
- cam-- mereial at "El Cangrejo ", Ave.
Argentina, new building "Mon-,
tT.I D C". "one
2-1616. Av. B 9-42
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
wantt raprasantativa for the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zen. Reply to Boa 294, An-
she was ordered from a seat in
tne front of a crowded bus where
white persons ordinarily sit.
Once before Timmerman had
tossed out' the suit, but the plain plaintiff
tiff plaintiff appealed to the U.S. Fourth
Circuit Court of Appeals which
held that segreagated seating was
illegal in intra -state transporta transportation
tion transportation and remanded the case for de determination
termination determination of damages.
The utility which operates the
buses then sidestepped both lower
rmirta tn ,nn.,l M ,u :
Court which declined to intervene
on grounds no judgment had been
returned in the district or region region-al
al region-al courts.
.The-High Court's .action was In Interpreted
terpreted Interpreted in some .quarters as a
precedent against segregated seat seating
ing seating on local transit runs. But
technically it applied only to the
aniithaaatarn atat-a in th- A..vf k
" M ... C .VIUU1
Timmerman ruled that although
the. circuit court .repudiated the
doctrine of separate but equal in-tra-state
the repudiation was not retroac retroactive.
tive. retroactive. .! -.-S'
He said he did not believe the
circuit court intended to place
its approval on the "strange and
un-American doctrine" that any
court has the power to make re-
He held that the state
WKegeuun un uurea
v S,L"" .,I,ne"
wars vinlattH ami "no nartinn haa
were violated, and "no person has
a civil right to violate a valid and
subsisting state law.
Philip Wittenberg, attorney for
the woman, said "I feel there are
grounds for appeal."'
Frpm US Visit
NEW YORK June 14 '(UP)
Seventeen Yugoslav farm cffl cffl-cilas
cilas cffl-cilas .arrived today for a three three-month
month three-month study of price ,. supports
and other phases of American
The delegation was' Invited by
the .State Department. U.S. agri agriculture
culture agriculture officials will organize a
tour of the farm areas. :
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Jane Wyman and Rock Hudson, in
ALLTHAT HEAVEN ALLOWS
- -. Also: 1
Audie MURPHY, In
WAR IN MY CORNER
THE THIEF OF
THE END OF THE
Enrol Flynn, in
I JANE DOE
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liA MOWfS TV RADIO
by Erskin. woa. ; LJ
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood on TV: "The public wants
television stars to do the same
thing every week so they can get
tired of them. Being different es
often as possible, though is the
answer to longer careers.",
Gore Cobtl'i director, Hal
Karrtor, explaining the "we tn ev ev-nrrtilmi"
nrrtilmi" ev-nrrtilmi" iloam of the Gobel NBC
.hw. H. dMtn't believe TV stars
.u...u limit thamlvM and Doints
' ) .1... I., j tnif t
te Jackie Gleasen's" unnippy sione m uic emiy u-i i i.
n with iwst "The Honey mooBers" if eel like my deal was negotiated
panelists on a new guessing game
show, "What's Going On?" being
hatched up as summer fare.
"I Married Jean" h hitting the
jackpot in reruns (on six times a
week in seme areas) but Jim
Backus, who plays i Jean Davis'
hubby, isn't rushing te the bank
with fresh money. Groans Jim:
"Sounds like I make a mint but
my contract was hammered out of
by Neville Chamberlain."
NEWS ITEM: "Marie Wilson to
play Marie Wilson in new.TV ser.
.. m Mamole.
Kanter will direct Good's mov mov-i.
i. mov-i. "i Marriiwi Woman, and
he's welcoming the chance to fur-'ies."
... n.i "finhel i a vervl j
Jin. irtor and hot just a per-'; I wonder if any of the plots wiU"
ionalitv" vi bo based on my favorite memory
Eneland's Marilyn Monroe 'of Marie's arrival in Hollywood?
Diana Dors-will love it up with; Her family had given her $11,000
rnhl in a gtorv WniCO uuiui ra Itccp uic wuu, aim, uic huiim,
r"-." :i lh'
from the door while she was
, seven-month itch." Gobel plays a
Madison Ave. advertising genius
and he's already telling it:
"We may retitle the Pu-"e
The Man in the Gray Flannel
CRkipOSURE'' Von TV?
. Some stars worry about it, but not
Ronald Reagan.-. He's hosted a
Sunday night dramatic series for
85 weeks now plus starring on five
nf the shows. Three of the shows
in which he starred Bet new req
Aords in the series' popularity rai -,
' ings. yvvyv : ...'
C; Big money offers have been
made, but there will bo ne series
starring the Gabor tribe. Including
Mama Gaber. Eva, youngeit ot
the sisters, called "the Gabor who
can act, put her dainty foot down
While Zsa end the others
screamed. Eva hs
Mm Broadway play this fall and
feels that Interest In such a ,TY
venture couldn't be sustained.,
Willisnr Monahan, Monahan,-Los
Los Monahan,-Los Angeles' Manneland, kidded a
; m nnir- "Whv don't you film
"series about the Fish' and Game
Commission's police work .gainst
preaching and title it 'Fishnet ?
V The Readers Talk Back: About
' 'sheena Queen of the Jungle.' We
S SWd wh 1 have
' seen the show and read what ahe
told you about we snow.
i ir .hn isn't for adults.
aA,? Vtrictlv for the
dr:w don't watch it.;'
Dinah Shore's miDDy ueoi
tonteomery, is reaay u, cK
. AiTamt wr
TV corrai wun
" j Robin
avmond,; Marsh. Hunt, Hans
:j .nl stuhbv .aye
rOniClU WMV. .
crashing the screen.
' But after three weeks of writing
checks for clothes, a mink coat, a
fancy car and groceries, Marie
received a telephone call from the
bank. "It's about yetr account,"
the man said. r -.v'-'.v-
s rOh,: 9J; saidV Marie, "Hew
much do I have left?"
"I'm -vsorrv," said the man,
there's nothing left. In fact. Miss
Wilson, you owe us $37.11."
The public's lack of Interest in
color TV is worrying networks
promoting rainbow-hued -' shows
and sets, in au oi me recent pud-lic-opinion
polls, only 20 per cent
of TV fans reported interest in
owning color sets! '. i
t Even at lower prices! ,
Park Levy called downstairs at
his heme, "What's en television,
Replied his lad: "Man's snavuv
a peach, dad." '
NOU'IN' THK. SCRIPT! Dean
Martin before singing "Inamorata"
at a Hollywood s charity 4; affair
"This song brought a little money
into theMartin household and my
wife Jeannie got it all.
- JeCoor f wring r' )
tan TAYLOR S
; m a. a a am ft a M
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Certain US People
NEW YORK. June 14 (UP)
Rov. Averell Harrimaa of New
York charged last night that "there
are certain people in our country
who are trafficking" with the Rus.
sian Communists. ;
He inserted the remark into a
nrnired sneech before a Liberal
Partv dinner. The Governor later
rafused to identify the persons
he referred to, but his press secre secretary,
tary, secretary, Charles Van Devander, said
he referred not to subversion but
t thncft who have been taken in
by the Soviet 'new look" in di
VThe President of the United
States went to Geneva and said
these men have the same desire
for near we do." Harriman said.
"Then came the phoney peace of
. ,.,! 4,; -v .'-,,1.- jf-j(f'f:,.'.--:i; .it ..
Harriman was Introduced to the
meeting by George S. Counts, state
chairman of the Liberal Party,
who taid the party recognizes two
men as "outstanding candidates"
and '.'eminently av.atWtd'f for the
democratic presidential nomina
tion Harriman an4 Adlai E
Stevenson. Harriman. who shared
I the platform with Stevenson-tp-Inorteri
including Sen. Herbert H.
Lehman and oarty leader David
i Dubinsky, made no appeal for sup
port of his candidacy.
840 kcs.y Panama Gly
; Telephone 2-3066
7:30 VOA' Report From US.
4:00 Feature Review v
4:30 What s Your Favorite (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
5:35 What's Your Favorite
6:00 To be announced
8:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
o : 30 Here's To Veterans
6:45-Do It Yourself
7:00 Goon Show
7:30 VOA Report From U.S.
8:00 Elizabethan Theater
8:30 Take It From Here
o-nn vnn Asked For It ; (re-
' quests taken by phone
. .till 7:30)
10:30 Music From Hotel. El pan-
10:45 Temple Of Dreams
U: 00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00 Sign Off.
Today, Thursday, June 14
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken
by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Morning Salon Concert
8:15 Church In The Wildwood
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:15-rrSacred Heart 4
9:30 As I See It ,-.
10:00 JENNIFER'S JOU RN At
(Cutez and Odorono)
10:05 Spins- and Needles (re
quests taken by
. i phone till 8:30)
11:05 Spins And: Needles
c (cont'd) -i
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
l:4S-Songs of France
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 The Virginians
3:00 Hank Snow And His
-' Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Friday.
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (requeststaken
queststaken (requeststaken by phone
' till 3:00)
5:35 What's Your Favorite
Showing At Your Service Center Theatres Tonight
BALBOA Air-Conditioned 6:15 & 8:15.
RITURN SHOWING BY POPULAR REQUEST!
! CORN YESTERDAY:
hm f mmu turn m hM i inn sum
Friday "QCTNTIN DPRWARD"
km wmi mi
DIABLO HTS. Linda Darnell, in
6:15 8:00 "THIS IS MY LOVE"
? Friday "A LAWLESS STREET"
John Agar & Mara Corday
Friday "THE FAR HORIZONS"
MARGARITA Jane Wyman Ray Mllland Aldo Kay,
67i5 8:oi "LET'S DO IT AGAIN"
Friday "IT SHOTJLD HAPPEN TO YOU"
6:15 k 8:0t
Academy Award Winners Best Actor
in the Best Picture, 1955!
Ernes Borqnine, in "MARTY"
Friday TABOH, THE C.WEAT C.WEAT-PAR4TSO
PAR4TSO C.WEAT-PAR4TSO Cary C.rant. in "SrSPTCION" ft Stage Show!
SANTA CRT7Z "TEXUS CITY" A TflE COME ON"
CAMP BIERD Joan Crawford, in "HARRIET CRAIG"
6:00 Allen Jackson Commen Commentary
tary Commentary -6:15
BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Your Dancintr Party
6:45 M ELCHRINO MUSI-
CALE (Nescafe) ;
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
Tomorrow, Friday, June 15
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Short Story Theater -9:00
You Asked For It (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
" till 7:30)
10:30 Cavalcade of America
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
12:00 Sign Off.
Runaway Oil Well
Thrcns To Tc
NEW ORLEANS. June 13 (UP)
An offshore oil drilling platform
threatened today to topple into me
Gulf of Mexico under the pound
ing of salt water and gas from a
runaway well which has already
cost its owners some $1,000,000.
L The rig has already begun to
cant towards 25 feet of waier a-
bout seven miles out from Pecan
Msland on Louisiana's Southwestern!
Union Oil Company of California
hit gas at 11,435 feet in Louisia
na's fabulous tidelands wnile deep deepening
ening deepening the well to obtain oil but
the pressure was too great te per permit
mit permit capping the' welt and prevent
ing the blow. -Two
strines of casing have al
ready broken off below the gulf
bottom in this second unsuccess unsuccessful
ful unsuccessful attempt to bring in a well of
six planned by Union Oil. An ear earlier
lier earlier well drilled from the same
platform was abandoned after it
A spokesman for Union Oil said
the firm was ready to write off
the well as a loss and Myron M.
Kinley of Houston, Tex., famed
wild well fighter, said he had al almost
most almost given up hope of capping the
Union Oil officials said they hop hoped
ed hoped that when and if the rig topples
into the water, the. well may cap
itself as the casing collapses.
WOEBEGONE AND SOON-TO-BE-CONE This calf, tied to a piano on the stage of the
Perry High School in Pittsburgh, Pa., listens apprehensively to the auctioneer's "Going, going
. chant that will decide its fate. The calf was only one of scores of items in the Biology
Club's tenth annual sale. Contributed by celebrities all over the country, they ranged from the
calf, roosters, pigs, dogs, goats through a Lily Dache hat and a Christian Dior gown to a piece of
Wedgewood china autographed by Joslah himself 'and a pair, of Sugar Ray Robinson's boxing
gloves. Its first auction earned the club only $45. This year's netted $120Q, the entire amount -going
to nursing scholarships, American Cancer Society, other charities and community projects.
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RENCH CHARGE D'AFFAIRES, Marcel OHivler, chats with his guest of honor Lt. Col O.
Puchet, French Military, Naval and Air Attache for Central America, Cuba and Panama, at
the cocktail party held at the French Embassy Residence on La. Cresta on Tuesday evening.
Standing to the left of Lt. Col. Puchet is Major General Louis T. Heath and to the right of
the host, Marcel OlUvier, stands Captain V.Cralgh, Aide to General Heath., ; .
COND SECRETARY OF VS. EMBASSY
i GIVES STAG LUNCHEON i
f ...... i ..
I Mr. Duncan A. D. Mackay, Second Secretary of the U.S.
Embassy, was host at a stag luncheon at the El Panama
v Hotel yesterday In honor of Consul William Price who is
leaving shortly to become Panama Desk Officer in the State
Department, Washington, D. C.
Among those who attended were Executive Secretary
I Council of Foreign Relations, Carlos Arosemena; Director of
. (p. Z. Affairs Foreign Office, Ricardo Brln; Legal Advisor to
the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Miguel J. TVtoreno, Jr.; Di Director
rector Director of Immigration, Rogelio Garcia de Paredes; Chief of
IJSIS, Harry S.. Castor, and Labor Officer of the U. S. Em Embassy,
bassy, Embassy, Frank Lambert.
M(it Beverly Ann Crawford
cornet Bride of
Mf nala P. ("smith!!
Miss Beverly Aon Craswford be
came the bride of Dale r Camp Campbell
bell Campbell at St. Andrew's Church, Co Co-eoli,
eoli, Co-eoli, on Saturday at 2 p.m. the
Rev. Baldwin officiated at the dou double
ble double ring ceremony: The bride, who
wis given in marriage by Dr. Wl-
tei M. Alderton, wore ; a floor
length, V-necked gown of white
c.ientilly lace over pale blue taf-j
(cm cut on princess lines, with
white mitten gloves of matching
laije. Her fingertip veil of illusion
flowed from a double coronet of
seed pearls. She carried a- prayer
book and a bouquet of white gar gardenias
denias gardenias and baby's breath.
' the Maid of Honor, Miss .Gin .Ginger
ger .Ginger Reinhardt's gown was of dark
blue and she wore a Juliet cap of
seed pearls and blue flowers. Jun Junior!
ior! Junior! Bridesmaid was Miss Lyndall
Sevens, Flower girls were Shelley
an! Elva Mueller, in pink and blue
respectively. They carried nose
gays of carnations and small, blue
flowers. King oearers were Ben-
nis Metz and Larry Sellens.1 Page
wa the bride's brother, Jerry
? The Bridesmaids, the Misses At
lie Davidson, Barbara Thrift, Ann
Keller and Judy Curtis were dress,
ed in. gowns of embossed taffeta
in shades of pastel green, pink.
yellow, and blue respectively. They
wero. coronets of matching flowers
and seed pearls.
Best Man was Mr. Mike Zim
merman and the ushers were the
Messrs. Leslie. Craft. Jeery Dare,
Andy Rim, and Jess Crawford,
brother of the bride. j'y v :
Mrs. Crawford, the bride's moth mother,
er, mother, were a gown of aqua llace o-
ver taffeta with white accessories
and a large white orchid for her
Mrs. Campbell, the g r o o m s
mother, wore an outfit of biege
hat and dress in lace, and taffeta
with light green accessories. Dur
ing the wedding ceremony Mrs.
Louise Swafford on the organ ac
companied Miss Cynthia Orr who
sang "I Love You," and Carl
Nelson who sang "Because." The
church -was decorated with white
gladion and baskts of Mies.
A reception attended by about
two hundred friends of the fami families
lies families was given at the Church Par
ish Hall following the religious
ceremony. Miss Louise Tate was
in charge of the bride's book,
Miss Alice Rim presided over the
punch bowl, and Miss Aurora um
presided over the coffee.
A four tiered wedding cake dec decorated
orated decorated with white dove and top
ped with a miniature bride and
groom and church bells centered
the bridal table which also had
matchbooka and nankins atamoed
with the bride and groom's ini
The bride's going away outfit
was a dark blue tailored suit with
The young couple will be at
home after June 20 at Williamson
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Estes Jr. of
Denton.' Texas, announce the birth
of a daughter, Deborah Lynne, on
June 8. Mrs. Estes is the former
Sally Ackerman, daughter of Mrs.
Katherine D. Ackerman of Ancon,
Canal Zone. The paternal grand grandparents
parents grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Estes Sr. of Gainesville, Texas.
Mist Priicilla Smith Te Wed
' Miss Priscilla Navarro Smith.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester
Dudley Smith of Panama and New
York will be married to Lt. una
Sims of the U. S. Marines, on
June 25 at St. Patrick's Catheral
Following the religious ceremo ceremony
ny ceremony a reception will take place at
the home of Miss smith s parents.
David Humphrey Leaves
Donald L. Humphrey, son of
Mr. and Mrs. B. Donald HumDh
rey of New Cristobal, left Sunday
by plane to spend the summer va.
cation as the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Cott on their farm in
Early in August he will go to
SI. -Psd i;n!;!:!s
PrcgrEni My 15
The Knights of St Paul will
stage a classical program at the
racuic Service Center on Sunday,
This program win be the first
to be staged by this organization.
Several artists from the Nation National
al National Conservatory of Music will
participate, including Yolanda Or-
sini, soprano; Mario Gutierrez,
tenor; Eduardo Charpentier. and
Teodoro Tirelli in vocal and instru
mental renditions accompanied by
Prof. Hans Janowitz at the piano.
Tickets- can be obtained from
any member of the organization or
at the vestry of St faun Church.
MR. AND MRS. MANUEL
PABON of New Cristobal an announce
nounce announce the engagement of
their daughter, Doris Jane, to
Arnold Ray Perkins.
Miss Pabon attended the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone schools and was grad graduated
uated graduated from Cristobal High
School on June 7.
Mr. Perkins Is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Howard perklns of
Crouseville, Maine. He is pres presently
ently presently serving in the Armed
Forces and Is stationed at Fort
A wedding has been planned
for September. .,
FOR THE MOST
I SANTA CLARA
I A DRIER COOLER
7 AND MORE HOURS
OF CLEAR BRIGHT
Hershey,; Penna. to Join the VFW
Teen-age baseball players who
win represent the Canal Zone in
the aeries this year. 1
Mrs. J. Finley Meehan was host
ess at her home in Margarita, at
a coffee party in honor of Mr
John Sugar who, with Mrs. Sugar
and her son, Mark, will leave for
the States on Saturday. The Sugar
family will spend the summer in
Waterfield, New Jersey, and also
motor to norma and Iowa.
Mrs. Sugar was presented with
an orchid corsage by the hostess.
Other guests present were: the
Mesdames, W. T. Clute, James
Redmond, L. Skeels. R. W. Rubel-
li, R. Weise, H..Tryner, H. Wynne,
wm. cassweii, ; and E.Hamlin.
Wedding Announcement ''
Mr. and Mrs. Gustaf Tamm of
Bella Vista announce the marriage
of their daughter Ebba, in Rome,
Italy, to Mr. itomeo Dalla Chiessa.
of Washington D. C.
CPO Officers' Wives
Held Monthly Meeting
The CPO Wives Club monthly
meeting was held recently in the
club rooms. Elections. were held to
replace officers who will be leav leaving.
ing. leaving. Ann Sarich was elected Vice-
President, and Mary Hoff was e-
lected to the. board of directors.
Plans were made for a July 4
potluck dinner. : ,, v. ;
Dessert was served by chaiiv
man Shirley Saunders, who was
assisted by Ton! Smith, Eleanor
Skirka and Bea Thompson.
Votburgh Famiiy Te Leave
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence ,vos-
burgh, accompanied by their three
sons, will sail aboard the SS "Pa "Panama"
nama" "Panama" Saturday. While on a
States side vacation the Vosgurghs
will visit his family in Batavia,
New York. Later they will go to
Cambridge, Mass. where Mr. Vo.v
burgh plans to take a course at
Harvard University. The Bosburgh
family will return to the Isthmus
at the end of August ;
Beaux Arts Ball Scheduled
For Saturday .-
The Army-Navy Club, Fort A-
mador. will be the scene of the
Beaux Aits sail on Saturday.
starting at 8 p.m. Lucho Azcarra-
ga's orchestra will play for danc.
ing and Li Jack Riggio has a
greed to act as Master of Ceremo
nies. Theme of the ball wui oe the
"Art of Dressing" so costumes in
many categories 'may: oe worn.
Prizes for the. best national, pe
riod, modern or HPeek-A-Boo cos
tumes will be awarded, as well as
others. Proceeds from .: the ball
will be used to sponsor a student,
already chosen for talent and mer
it, for a scholarship, in tne past,
three scholarships have already
been awarded from proceeds of
former Beaux Arts Balls. Tick Tickets
ets Tickets are $1.00 per person and may
be obtained from Mrs. L, H.
Stroup. Balboa 2-1300 or Mrs., O.
c. Myers. Balboa 2-3053. or at tne
door on Saturday night.. For table
ser vat ions telephone at Army-
Navy Club or Mrs. Myers.
Election of Officers Held ; ;
By Cristobal Knights of Columbus
At the Regular meeting of the
Each aaflc tar aknli fet flda
'" ilmM nkaitud ia Itm.
writlca tim ud uM t wn W
Mm km mkn UU4 aUy to
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Carval Zana Cantnl Lk n.u.
Mttal TrarfM Caunil
The montmV meeting of the CaJ
ui oae central Labor Union-
jaeiai Trades Council (AFL)CIO)
will be held on fh vir,
at the Diablo Heights Service Cen
ter at :3u a.m.f June 17h 1956.
Choir Guild St. Simn' rk..k
Sponsoring Bex Supper t r
The -Choir Guild of the St. Sim Simon's
on's Simon's Church is sponsoring a b o x
sunner with musi. ha hM n
the Parish Hall of the Church at
i p.m. on Friday. This- activity is
ucuis naa 10 iia me Church All
invited eueati mr tV-A in tU,u
Panama Cinil LmAa M lili
BPO Elkd IchtJol. af MUetlngt
Benefit In Owning A Pet
Rests On Parents' Attitude
BY MRS. ML'KIEL LAWRENCE' know writes, "For my grsndson'g
T.. or ti n, ... Duwiay, i gave nun a Scottit
Dunn World War TT Pml m.n ..J i. u j
parents had a house big enough to dog-training. But- instead of en-
ucm, uiku iwu cuuurcn couragmg mm to looK after it. his
and frtur lwumlr' arhA- wVAjl:viaMn, k .... 1 ...
. ....... n ui .v. uv i jkcu over its care
in a nearby shipyard. We were Last Sunday, I found his father
When F.mil ant hit lumnr 1ia
parents let him keep it on condi-
I washing the dog while the boy
looaea on. ma mother feeds and
cleans up after K. They say it'
tlOa that UliT tnAlr nsini (a mitr tinf A 4k. ,....r
. y w w ww juuiiKaicr or lav
very, very dear: Rags stayed on- pup to give a boy of U these re rely
ly rely iTEmil took full responsibility sponsibilities.
w .Bwwvwr.- Emu was 10 years old. ;
I remembar tha ffrst IfnnHavl Ttut k v;. .1. .
after Rags' arrival. At about 20 sponsibility like a duck to water.
minutes past noon Emil came run- She loves shopping,, planning
ning down our block, the paper cooking and cleaning for her big
bag of lunch he'd decided to oat household. Since she never ques
with Raga clutched in his hand.itioned her own capacity to meet
Day after day, he ran this lunch- her responsibilities, it just never
hour race with time. Between occurred to her to question her
fSSPS for. breath, he'd munch Wahilri'a
- -" -r nwmnii iuWivu biiu iw ia. p u p p y.i im airaui it s as simple as that
June 13 Presentation of PER Then, before beginning the sprint If my correspondent wants it in
pin to local Past Exalted Rulers.
saupung on candidates, y
Juhfr 27 Initiation. vft
- -- --"-o um; vuiicninjuumt warns 11 in
hack to aehnnl ha'H fill Vtat AickKrhar i
with fresh water and spread clean "The on'y Child" by Norma E.
DID-!-, on tha flnnr nf tha aallar tSittm .nj V:nl.Al.. ..! ion..
room where he was struggling to benefit in owning a pet 'depends
This specialised tablet is approved by
ZOOM doctnra. tmatarf kv ..!.
than any other brand. You're aura of
accurate dosage. Your child will like
its orange flavor. Refuse substitutes
get St Joseph Aspirin For Children.
IPILI'S LU8BT StUni Until FN CIUIOI
m aSaaaar- taWaT kT mm
- .msuicuuj neglects
The correspondent who wants to care, to dispose of the pet.'
ii uiiuuga,r. -n iwvui niraj in w airugEiine 10 ocneiK in -OWnms a Pet 'deoenfla
. Inn. m Ckiu.l n i'taai.1, U ... k. ...... C 1:1 S r i"l"-uu.
. uwv aim oiiufuflevn iiinr. i ..u ... ij uic uiaiiuui . l iik. ini.rf mm wu m v rit.
8 p.m. No admission charge. Free!woill,1.wi' him social acceptance, ents' attitude. Thev must 'be"
cocktails. 7 O uo i think a child of 12 is too willing to let the pet the the child's-
Bingo is iow played after eachR0"0! to take some responsibility to leave him all possible care:.anA
session. A anecial nriia i haino for a pet? .-. if he consistantlv i,.t1m. tha
uuuaicu. oj. Acnviues committee.
Regional siEDBA Meetings'
Two imnortlnt rcrlnnl tnaat.
ihgs of the Silver Employes Death
oeueiii Aasouauon win pe n e l d
durine tha oreaent mnnfh Tha
first. in .the Santa 'rn Hwulo.
Center on Tuesday 'and the other
m me raraiso uvic center on
Wednesday June 21. Both meetings
will start at 7:30 p.m. ; ;
Among the principal items of
business will be the election of re representative
presentative representative fr tha twianl nf Hi
rectors. The president and other
executive .omcers win attend.
Members and friends are invited.
Ua'ty Lodge, IBPQEVT
TEEN-AGERS MAY OFTEN HND FATIBNCE AND PRICISION
DIVERSION A DIFFICULT
munis ". ; :
"In this Cnnntm wa ara nrvtni
ing a person who ceases to ask
wni ne can no ana asas more
and more where' he can go. We
have aubstitnted 'anmathins tn
watch' or 'someplace to gov for
'something to do ?
The manwhn rarantlv marl a that
observation is Dr. Henry Bowman,
Unltv LidM wo. ioiu iTnnnw !n ?f country's well-known
will hold a sneMai ,iont tha sociologists. He was speaking of
Paraiso Lodw Hall nn Ratnrrtav I"1" 01 PP'-
Nomination amf alarHnn nf nf
fleers and conferring of degrees
wUI be handled at this aossion.
IARE KEYS TO DELICIOUSNISS
wr f rRSNvn cooking t.,:,
' By CAYNOR MADOOX
NEA Feed and Markttt Editor
Louis Vaudable is one M th
most distineuisheH fmirmnta ia.
I the world. Proorletoi of h. 1
glamorous restaurant Maxim's-in
f aro,; he is now visiting the ;
United. States. Wa ailrarf him t.
. M.U. T V
tell young American brides how;
w prepare one food. . -,v
All the French ahar In .1-
most a reverence, for fine food.
Since love of good eating is com-
Belrtiore, Warden; J; Schofield, working for the things they want
igie, Outside w uom anyin!r construct, s.
a Vaa r
Trustee; and "l Year 'Trustee. to wany of them feel their
fieorge Bonheau. parenta owe them everythmy they
I COM to-OUR
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which will Mileage every
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' assortment of lovely
c TIES. .. .
1st Quality. AYLON
STRETCH SOCKS. Every.
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down for this wonderful
Opposite the Ancon r. O.
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Come to j
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CTm Mod witli fmli ..
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Best Way to Kill Buss, Ants, Roaches
Best .Way to Kill Bugs, Ants, Roaches
COCKROACHES,' ants, bugs, I
- and BUverfiah ar the most
difficult household pests to con-1
vol. how you can kill these pests
With Johnston's No-Roach.
No-Roach is a white viacooa
swbetance which you apply with
brash. Within minutes it dries
to form a colourless, odourless
contact insecticide, that stays
effective for months.
Apply No-Roach, to 'cupboard
walls, baseboards, near aink and
cabinets, on pipes, and, wherever
yoa see eocuroacnea.
ft V AsS.
. WfySat, Brash No-Reach
fvvja. around table legs and
u U counter tops, across
window sills and door
: aula, and across ant trails. Ants
will not cross the coating. Pour a
few drops into ant hills.
: .Bi Bug
; Brush No-Roach on bed frames,
. cracks in walls, Chair legs, and
Apply Ho-Roach to book shehres
before) inserting books. Brush
wherever silvwnsh are found.
, 1 Cnmmon 5owe Wmy ':
Remember, when yon use John Johnston's
ston's Johnston's No-Roach, you don't have
to move dishes, pots and pans,
or breathe harmful vapours, aw
you must with contaminating
sprays. Apply No -Roach jawt
where you want H, the invisible
coating stays effective lor
Guard against crawling msecta
this common sense No-Roachi
way, exv. Pint
I BELLA yiSTA COMMISSARY
East 46th Street or at your local Commlssariea
jukea-of t different, gardeaa
fireth vegetables art blended inte
this famous drink. You'll love ita
lively flavor, and thrive on ha vita
or between roeala
V-8 givea you the
wane, and tne nour c
Uuneat you need. 1 f
All too often, they express their
Knights v of Columbus .' Cristobal
Council No. 1689 recently, the fol-
iiunuig lucuiucra. were eiOCiea 10 n" un "wu, iucj cacss uieu
office: v J. A.; Bialkowski, v Grand restlessness and dissatisfactioi by
Grand Knight; 'Bernard G r a i g. plc to place. They get together
vuanceiior; uaDnei- Martinez, K"S wiui uu lucas ui wuai
Recorder; M. Bnezinski, Trea- they want .to do or plan to do.
surer: L, R. Wesley. Advocate: R. M"y "ve Wess at all about
Belrtiore, Warden; J; Schofield, working
Inside Guard; ; J. Bengle, Outside doinS!
uuara; nenry .Argue, 4 j tin
Traatu. "i s V-.- -'T..l..
Anvima wtin Ktta- ativ aal mm
tarti it with toafradotem! 5 JESl eom
must be appalled at bov m -V..TT' !: u"r' H
of them lack any real interesta and!"?. 22, CM CM-.
. CM-. 1 not enjoy the same delirious ronir.
ing as their friends, across the
want anil that tmthlnit tn tHa ivnrlil
matters but doing exactly what
haV Wfatlt 4n. Am : 'H -,. 1
farental Ceddllmj' Partly
Te Blame 1
.r (- -. 1 j
Tt fanf a nrattv nlfiira nt n
groun. But it isn't entirelv the
fault of the teen-agers.
...... . .. .. .. .,...,...,. f...
Th an ernwtae- nn tn a vnrlH
whar tha tranri ia tn aiv- Ihil
agers more ana more and to ask
teas ana less 01 inem.
Thav hava ttaan aat Mi tn a
teen-age world instead of being
taaen into tne family as respons responsible,
ible, responsible, contributing members.
They get what theyw ant without
effort on their part Consequently,
they are. quickly bored with what
they have and are constantly de demanding
manding demanding something new.
xney nave learned the magic of
First, you must have tte 'desire,
Then, jfou need the right recipe.
Buv new ennkhnnta tn ftnH
ideas. Swap recipes with food-lov
ing mencu. sample us specialties
of good, restaurants. -.
Now you 'need' tibe ineredienls, -Can
you do as the French house housewife
wife housewife doesf t ;
Tha' Vranrh nmn mm aWm
her marketing in person, .picking
out the potato, the leek, the ejjg.
mi cneeaa rnat an 11 mira tua hkh
Uste the way she wants. With
your laouious supermaritets, you
should hava no trouble finding the
right ingredients, -Try to shoo in
You must allow the time that
a riieh riaiarvaa tn tia eivan tt It la
to be at its best Don't attempt a
dish until you hava the time to
do it right
Warrhann' ita Vin na uTa
example of what time and tha
extra ingredients does for a dish.
Maxim's chefs take IS hours to
prepare this sauce... It wouldn't
taste the same if it were made in
a hurry.".-. :..,.-.;. :: ".V
1Tarafa linta vmt 'chnuM na vnna
sauces as the French do: Prepare
the sauce, taking tha time needed
for' that "marriage" of flavors; :
in Ki,v a o-mtraiat aatwa alraarfv
1 made and frozen to keep its flavor.
Then remember that good as it'
is, it will be even better by some
annVuta with tha fnnn1 vrtth vhiih
it is to be served. So blend it with
the pen juices, or tne marinade,
or some of the liquid in, which
the food haa been cooked. Let it
simmer a while. Taste; taste
again, and simmer until the point
of perfection ia reached. Then,
mwiA k. Anlw aarva it nmmllii
UU ,11. II VM., M. .V
1 knowing that you havr mastered
1 .1 .1 .a n l.
one 01 uie eiciucuia ui rfmva
cookery. '. -r
the words "everybody else does
such and such." They use them aa
a slub over tha heads of their
parents who all too often don't have
the gumption to come back with,
"That's not the way it is going to
be in OUR family."
Isn't it about time we parents
started to help our children dis discover
cover discover something to do instead of
indulging them in the easier an
swer finding something to watch
or some place to go
TBIamlshee "eee-leky-$eft Skla'teturna In 7 Bays
Lather your face a full minute morning and
night with BUtaslous Cuticura Soap. Apply
Cuticura CKntment at night See exciting new
oftneea. amoothneai, freahneas begin in 7
days! Get Cuticura Soap and Ointment right
away-and to speed relief get sousing new
gnaaelesa Cuticura Medicated Liquid for use
during the day. And do try new Cuticura
Talcum with CS fHexachlotophene)..
Z i see-
TTTTxSDAY, JTXI 14, 1955
tsi msamj amzxicax am ixDErrroE.vr lum KrwsPAfts
S!::;::;v To Vh!l
' 1 ti AV. PRICE, 1955, X7Jc '. v
PRICES OF SLICES Moet housewives, when they hear th
jpriee of vhaat is "way down, look for a eorrespondinf drop in
tb price of bread. But it urt doesn't work out tht way. Fact it,
- .thevalua of farm product! in a toaf.it so small that farm prices
would fav to fluctuate to a tremendous decree before loaf
prices would be affected. Chart above ahows why. Average
v price of a pound loaf of bread in 1955 was 17.7 cents. Out of
: this the farmer fot only 3.1 cents. The rest of your 17.7 cents
went for proceesinj and marketing charges, including transpor transportation,
tation, transportation, as shown by other groups of slices in chart, figures from
Ohio State University Agricultural Xx tension Service.
US Govt Asked To Get Out
Of Polio Vaccine Business
iv ;. .- -.
; CHICAGO, June U (UPJ -The
Amencan Medical Association to today,
day, today, asked the government to get
out of the Salk polio vaccine bus
iness.. ... ''
The AMA'i ruling House of Del
egates adopted a resolution re
questing the federal government to
"return the general whoelsale and
retail purchase of Salk anti-poliomyelitis
vaccine to normal com
' It said the government should
cease purchase of the vaccine ex
cept as needed for "essential pub
lic health needs and for distriDu
tion to the indigent population of
the nation." --: ':.'
The House approved a commit-
tee report saying tnat the govern-
mant purchase- of Salk vaccine
''brings again to the fore govern government
ment government interference In medical prac
tice." It said such "interference"
is contrary to AM A principles.
The government, with, an ap appropriation
propriation appropriation of 30 million dollars,
beean distributing the vaccine
through the U. S. Public Health
Service in May, 1855. Previously
it was controlled by the National
Polio Foundation, although a small
amount was distributed commer commercially
cially commercially in April, 1955. ,'.Ar
The government' allocates vac
cine to the states on the basis of
nonulation and need. and the
states in turn allocate it to doc-
tbrt and public health agencies.
Doctors charge for administering a
shot but not for the vaccine itself.
The House of Delegates also call
ed for liaison with pharmaceutical
manufacturers to develop principles
tt LI L j . i.
, wdico wiu protect me American
people from being subjected to the
premature release of information
pertaining to new products or
It said such action was "imper "imperative"
ative" "imperative" because of the "tremen
dous number of new drugs being
developed and the expanding re.
search programs in medical col
leges, clinics and hospitals being
financed by the drug industry."
The resolution was a watered-
down version of a proposal by the
Pennsylvania delegation which said
there were "inherent dangers" In
pharmaceutical firms spending
large : sums to entertain doctors
and to train, residents in hospitals
By OSWALD JACOB?
Written (or NEA Service
Non e 4
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Urflssrth Watt .Net
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Opening lead 10
gj ftjsfc f dtnUB.
SLAIN ExcollVltt William T.
Cameron was found shot to
death In -his automobile In
Boston.. Police believe Cam Cameron
eron Cameron may have been killed to
stop him from testifying in
the coming Brinks trial Police
are holding two men in con con-nectlon
nectlon con-nectlon with the shooting.
Robeson May Face
For Yelling Match-
WASHINQTON, June 14 (UP)
The House Committee on un-American
Activities voted 7-0 yes-
lerasy w seer contempt nrosecu.
tion against Negro singer Paul Rob
eson because of his behavior be
fore a subcommittee' Tuesday,
Robeson 'appeared before the
subcommittee in connection ; with
its investigation of the issuance of
passports to alleged Communists
and their sympathizers.
Hooeson. who refused to sav
whether he. was a Communist, en
gaged in an, angry shouting match
'Today- hand, played by John
J. Parish of Centralis, 111., is a
remarkable xercisa in card read reading.
ing. reading. Not one player in a million
would have the acuteness and the
courage to make the winning play
at he did. - .
West opened the ten of dubs,
and dummy won with the ace. De Declarer
clarer Declarer next led the king of clubs
from dummy, and West discarded
th deuce of diamonds.
John thought a bit about this dis-
ea'rd and ame to 5 ? wim subcommittee members
the ace of spades and led the seven
of diamonds. West played the 1 six
ef diamonds, innocently, ana ri ri-ih
ih ri-ih nlaved a low diamond from
The seven of diamonds thus held
the trick, and it was now easy ior
the trick, and it was now easy for
Parish to develop enough diamond
tricks to assure the slam contract!
. Parish would have come to grief
If he had played tne ciamonas
"normally by putting up dummy's
king or queen on ue nrst tuuuu
of that suit t may not be quite
to easy to see bow Parish knew
the diamond situation so early.
Why did West, a good player.
riisnrd the deuce of diamonds at
his first opportunity? There were
12 cards in the West hand, and
there .was no need for West to
throw a diamond unless he waa
trying to throw declarer off the
West surely wouldn't throw a
AitmnnA from anv fourcard hold
ing the suit; it would be clear that
he couldn't, auora we aiscaru.
West surely wouldn't throw a dia diamond
mond diamond from any short holding In
the suit; he might need the card,
and he would have many aafer dis discards
cards discards available ,in; spades or
Hence West would discard a dia
mond only if he had all five of the
milting diamonds. Parish came
to this conclusion and put it into
operation, mating a ouiicuii sum
Appears In Public Public-Following
Following Public-Following Illness
MOSCOW. June 14 rtJP.J Snvint
Defense Minister Marshal Georgl
Zhukov appeared' today to have
recovered from an illness that kept
him from public events for almost
Zhukov attended a Kremlin
luncheon given yesterday bv So
viet President Kliment Voroshilov
in honor of the visitin Crown
Prince of Yemen, Seif Al Islam
Mohammed Al Baer. ;
Tour 01 1 Ilif 13 East
ATHENS. June 14 (UP) Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's new Foreign Minister, Dimi Dimi-tri
tri Dimi-tri Shepilov, will visit Athens this
month on his fast expanding di diplomatic
plomatic diplomatic tour of Middle East na
tions, it was disclosed here today.
Foreign Minister Evangelos Av-
erbff said the Greek government
had agreed to the visit after the
Soviet ambassador in Athens ask
ed whether Shepilov could come.
at saia 11 was inaicaieu auepuov
would be here two days on an "un
official visit :
The visit follows significant re
cent diplomatic feelers to Greece
from Russia, whose relations witn
the Greeks have been strained
since the Communists tried to
take over the country after World
.' The disclosure indicated Shepi Shepi-lov's
lov's Shepi-lov's forthcoming trip to Cairo has
developed into a major "shake
down eruise" for the new Soviet 1
diplomat who succeeded V. M. Mo Mo-lotov
lotov Mo-lotov as foreign minister less than
two weeks, ago.
Shepilov is scheduled to arrive
Saturday in Cairo to attend Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian ceremonies celebrating the
end of the British occupation of
the Suez Canal Zone.v
Following the announcement of
his Cairo trip.- Shepilov added
Damascus, Syria, Beirut, Leban Lebanon,
on, Lebanon, and, today, Athens to his iti itinerary.
nerary. itinerary. . :X (:k
Western diplomats were paying
close attention to Shepilov's tour
because his first trip to the area,
a vear.aeo. was followed by tne
Communist arms shipments to E
ffvnt At that time. Shepilov was
editor-in-chief of the Soviet Com
munist party newspaper Pravda.
A Cairo announcement today said
Shenilov would remain in Egypt
until June 2 when he leaves for
Damascus, Beirut, and Athens.
Dr. Ssih's legal
Costs In Lost Suit
Run To $70,D
CLEVELAND, 0.,'June 14 (UP)
The long and unsuccessful irgai
hart! to clear him of his wife's
bludgeon murder cost Dr. Shap-
nard 170.000 it was revealed today
The convicted-diyer's brother.
nr. Richard N. Shencard. releas
ed the expense statement. He said
attorney fees accounted for tne
major portion of the defense fund.
Chief Defense Counsel William
J. Corrigan received $30,(HXkrom
which he paid his assistant, attor attorney
ney attorney Fred Garmone, $4,000.
The Sheooard's family lawyer.
Arthur Petersilge was paid $5000
and Paul Herbert. who pieaoea
the case before the Ohio Supreme
Court, and' lost got $9000,
v California criminologist Dr. Paul
Kirk received $3,275 for bis efforts
to uncover new evidence. The rest
of the fund went for general trial
expense and to cover the cost of
lour appeals 01 we uwi wui.
The amount also included the
$10,000 reward put up by the fami
ly for information leading to tne
conviction of tne Kiuer. ine rcwaru
money is in trust, pending action
by the Cuyahoga country com commissioners.
missioners. commissioners. .
Dr. Richard Sheooard said he
and his brother, Dr. Stephen, have
paid most of th bills, but even even-tmllv
tmllv even-tmllv the monev will come from
Dr. Sam's pocket The wife-killer
stands to Inherit part of nis ae-
..iful narontl' Mtltea.
rir Sam mnrt, still itelit
whether to spend more money for
an appeal to the united states su supreme
preme supreme Court, or hire investigators
to keep checking tne case ior new
Prepare To Fight
MUKTON, Korea, June 14 (UP)
President Svnsman Rhee told
mduatine cadets of the Republic
of Korea Military Academy today
to be ready to fight for freedom
if the United States calls."
"Yon should be ready to light
aeainst the Communists at any
place in- the word, whenever the
United States needs our soldiers
to preserve freedom." he said.
He said preparedness and de
termination can bring about uni
fication of Korea without war;
If we are prepared, the com
munists will not dare invade us,"
he said. "If all of you .have the
determination to march north we
can unify our country without
war." : .,.',;
i..t .f 4 ,.
MSGT. WILLIARD ROBERTS, second from left, and Sfc Tirado Santiago look over a congra congratulatory
tulatory congratulatory letter from Col. John J. Davis, USARCARIB School Commandant, while MSgt. For Forrest
rest Forrest Hill and Sfc Juan Sponrinl look oa The occasion was the quartet'a combined reehlist- ;
ment for 24 years. They have accrued a total of 51 years active service. .
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Braves Knock Out Phils'
Ace To Hand Him Eighth
Defetit Against 5 Wins
. By "FRED DOWN. 7
: "NEWTORK, June 14 (UP) Robin Roberts is
beuit, belted around like a batting practice pitcher
t these days, but don't bet too much that he 11 fail to
: make 2uTktories for tne sevenin siraijm seasun.
Roberts was knocked out of
the box W toe fourth inning jast
nlslhe the : Milwau k e 1
l?Zsat the PhlladelpMa
Phillies." 8-8: The.toss
, in'S fourth straight and left him
with 5- season's record.
: inordinary-. Pitcber wouldnn
'hw much chance nf reaching
the ,20-mark it be wtt
with that record this date.
But Roberts Is no ordinary pitch pitcher
er pitcher and he's won 20 Wpast sea-
-uch better on June 14 than
-Tom to- example, he was sixth game wtlh rellef.aid from
!". ; rnn im. 14 yet finish- BUI Harrington.
staff, yielded only one hit and
one walk in six Innings and
struck out five T'gers. lie was
taken out by manager Paid
Richards because of the 98 98-degree
degree 98-degree temperature In Balti Baltimore.
more. Baltimore. .'.v'"-.
vf. vntir ni1 Tim .ThomO-
qnn. mnartari flva hit each to
lead the Kansas City Athletics
tn a oiv.it is.4, romn over the
woshlncrtin Senators. Gus Zer-
nial and Hector iiopea aaaea
homers to the K.C. blitz which
enabled Art Ditmar to win nis
iu record. And. in
tt2. hs was only 7-9 on' June 4
49ut closed" Mm 21-1 burst for
W season, record of 28-7. in 1950
he had eight victories, m
and 1955 he had nlne and in
. ---- t.I i-..t.i in victories
each time going on, of course, to
. win 20 or more.
i in the meantime, however, it s
f, Eighty frustrating for the last-
'place Phillies to see. their $50,-rCoo-a-yeaF
pitcher fail to win in
iiiur tries since. May 24. He was
Sfagged for nine hits and six
'earned runs In 3 1-3 innings last
night to send his earned run av-
cragt soaring to 5.04.
Roberts held the Braves to a
tingle run through the first
three frames but they broke
"loose from tv 13-game Wtting
lump enmasse- In the fourth
.with a barrage that Included a
three-run homer by Del Cran-
dall, a two-run homer by Ed
ifthwi and trirJei bv Danny
.'Connell and Johnny Logan.
:i O'Connell also connected for
two other trlpie to tie me
tie game record held by 15 play play-en
en play-en and last equalled by Carlos
f Plttsbunrh Pl-
rates In 1953. The Braves had
The Cleveland Indians and
Rnatnn Pad Sot battled three
hours and 52 minutes in 97-de-ottm
hint tn- an li-innlnr rain-
halted 8-8 tie. The deadlock had
existed since the fourth inning
when the Indians scored four
runs with th aid of a three-run
homer by Vic Wertz. Wertz also
homered hi the first and drove
in five runs. Jackie Jensen had
four hits, Jim Flersall and Dick
Gernert three each and Ted
Williams two in the 14-hit Red
T TATTtS Tim 14 TJP)
Frank Lane of the St Louis Car-
Un-lo mill knflW hV midnight tO-
night whether his frantic talks
with Chub Feeney oi me new
York Giants have Jelled into a
malor deal between me ciuos.
The Redbirds' general man man-ager
ager man-ager conceded the. Giants
"have made an attractive of offer"
fer" offer" but added "nothing, has
Jelled yet." "v
. In. New York, meanwhile, the
Giants' 4 vice president hinted
that only clearance by clubown clubown-ler
ler clubown-ler Horace Stoneham is required
to swing the deal. t y.
"We should have somethln?
definitely by Thursday night,"
Feeney said. "Rigni now, i jus
The trading deadline is mm
The deal which now seems
most likely would Wive out.
fielder Rip Repulskl and in in-fielder
fielder in-fielder Red Schoendienst of
the Cardinals and shortstop
Alvin Dark, infielder-outfield-er
Whltey Lockman and sev several
eral several Giant pitchers.
Indications were that the
pending three-team deal, involv involving
ing involving the Philadelphia Phillies
Cardinals and Giants, is now re
p ; -V?;-7 y
c :, i t
r-'n. ..Vf. . ....
im y. f -i V
, : touor: CONRAUO bAhocANT ":, ;;. .'
-fl 3Tt- : I
St. Louis i.
Chicago 4 ,20 27
New York ; ,19 "29
Philadelphia .18 31
. .28 20
. .28 21
., .27 21
I New York -.
39t lOiKansas City v,22"31 t.415 11
.367 lO'UWashlngton s 23 'M V.404 12
!JO0 ?J)00-!JO0 ?.463
YESTERDAY'S STAR Dan Dan-ny
ny Dan-ny O'Connell of the Braves,
who hit three triples to tie a
major league record. ,. ., ...
Balboa Y. M. C A.
Th HalHnB Wn will rmmttmm
. i int.. ni-a.ut Viii ..
rates ui ,r ui annual summer vacation swim
arored Only 28 tUnS for their 19 mint nnmim n.Tf UnnriDv
Rsy. Crone received eredit lor1
nil iiiun Tigwij uu, uvm
.from Bob Buhl and Gene tonley
as the Phillies pecked away with
il3 hlU, Including t homer by
Del innla and thie hits each
by Richie Ashbum and Mary
Blayloct r ? 1 fr' : a
Five nearned Tans enabled
the Chicago Cabs to beat the
New York Giants, 6-5, In the
other National League game.
, Bob Rush won his sixth game
for the Cobs, still streaking
wtUt IS wins tm IS rimes.
in tha American Leaitue. the
Chicago White Sox finally beat
th New York Yankees after six
friatottf lnM when Pnn Nnr-
thfey and Luis Apariclo drove In
three runs each in a 7-5 triumph.
Larry Doby also contributed his
first homer .of the year to the
White Sox1 10-hit attack that
' routed Bob Turley and brought
veteran jaawie rauet xui uuru
V Billy Loes, acquired last month
instructors xor tne program wmi
oe-iuiss nacnei irepneu sna bod
Fesron. Both sre seniors at Bal
boa Hich School with life nvinff
certificates from the B 1 1 b o a
n,- .1..... v.
CA progressive squatic program
whlcn innifits Af frail ftttfniA
The first. Minnow, will consist of
non-swimmers. As soon as they
have mastered the 21 skills of
this group, they will move on to
tha Fish vrnnn ap sMvinri tAcrn.
ry. Young swimmers may then ad
vance to tne f lying isn group
ana nnauy tne snarx group which
is the highest classification in the
program. At the completion of
each series oi tests, the swimmer
receives a card, a pin, and an em emblem
blem emblem for his achievement
The program is for children of
military and civilian personnel be be-twMit
twMit be-twMit tha iffet af 1 and 14. Par-
ants n reffictar thair children at
the Balboa- YMCA information!
desk prior to the opening day of
classes. Monday will be devoted to
the testing of swimmers' ability in
the water. Those who caq swim
will he tested from 9:30 to 10: 30
and non-swimmers from 10:30 to
In The Majors
(Based on 106 official at bats)
Plavar anil Tlnh ra.b r h BCt
Reoulski, St. L, 33 111 22 42 .378
Long, Pitts. 80 185 37 69 .373
Clemente, pitta. 41 129 22 46 .357
Bdyer, St. L. ?2 207 41 71 .343
Bailey, ClncL' 40 123 19 42 .341
ant.la M V RS 501 SS 7 .5B8
Thompson K.C 36 106 10 40 .377
Knenn. retV 48 188 Sff 68 .362
Vernon, Boston 41 142 23 50 .352
FIRST PLACE WINNERS of the Army Technical Services Officers Bowling League, was won
by Fort Amador this year.. Shown presenting the symbolic trophy to Lt. Col. R. W. Garrett,
Post Commander,. Ft Amador (center) are team. members (from left to right): CWO E. E."
Crowden, CWO V. D. Grlmsley, CWO H. C. Coogan, Lt CoL R. W. Garrett, Capt. G. W. Hig Hig-glns,
glns, Hig-glns, CWO W. L. Creith and CWO A. L. Mosier. (us: Army Photo)
M artinez Ability To Stay
With. Byron Is Big Question
Pairings For Amador
First Round Of Play
The first round of the Amador
Sandicap Tourney will begin
this week. Chaplalh Donovan
wontMedalist with a net 61."- ,?
Mantle, Yanks ...
Long, Pirates .....
' Berra, Yanics
(Five tied with 14)
RUNS BATTED IN
Long, Pirates ...........
Simpson, Athletics ......
Wertz, Indians ..
Yost, Senators ...
Lopez, Athletics .
1 Blaslngame, cards
Boyer, cards ....
Long, Pirates ...
Kuenn, Tleers .
from the Brooklvn Dodrers. made
a sensational alr-innlna- riehnt
(or the Baltimore orioles bub it
went for, naught when the De Detroit
troit Detroit Tigers beat relief pitcher
wwfis jm w MMf mVf V a una
Ining homer by Charley Max- u:30.
Cpmek -collaborated In the classes are limited to 25 mem-w16110?; Rele8, ".I
y-toea, an eccentne wgnt- iable. at the Balboa YMCA, tele- ""ou"' IVA" UA :
. i uiane unirsa vw k
(Based on 5
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Pierce, White Sox 8
Freeman, Redlegs ... 4
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McDanlel, Cards ..... 4
Hatfield 3b .......
Aparicio gs ......
Keegan p ........
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"SEVEN LITTLE FOYS"
Ray Mllland, in
McDougald 'ss-2b 2
Collins rf .........
d-Bauer rf ..k...
Skowron lb ...;.
Howard If .
J. Coleman 2b ...
Rlzzuto ss .......
Carey 3b .........
Turley p .........
G. Coleman p ...
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Pairings for lit Round
, T. Jacksv vs A. O. Hume
J. Klncald vs C, Rlggs.
C. McGowan vs P. Moran ,,
E. Wysocki vs DesLondes jr.
'F.'Melniclt vs A. Kline
W. Gross vs R. Fulton
R. Barnes vs C. V. Lansa
V. R. Lombrola vs C. J. Murphy1
jr. M. Rice vs M. A. Oaks
J. P. Conley vs P. Badonskv
T. E. Spencer vs D. W. Thomp.
O. R. Gildersleeve vs Bye ;
LC. M. cievenger vs D.
E. G. Owens vs J. W. Carney'
R. M. Collins vs G. Waple
E. Morris vs L. m Brockman
; 2nd Fl'ght
J. G. Macoubray vs W. M. Ken-
J. L. Walker vs J. F. Cain
T. J. Wllber vs M. M. Schoch
x8. Jorgenson vs Bye
Lt J. WUliams vs E. W. Best
C. V. Youngblood vs H. F. Wh.
. C. J. Browne vs A. A. Greene
Roby vs J. M. McNamara
; 3rd Flirht
W. M. Howard vs J. K Williams
F. Malavaslc vs E. J. Mecadon
w. h. Essunger vs Bye
w. T. Jamison vs w. D. Hardle
u. a. serger vs G. Heck
R. F. Schnell vs J. p. smith
M. C. O'Dell vs J. D. Mack
M. C. Hill vs L. R. Rice
1 4th Flight
W.,DAkers vs A. S. OXeary
Bye vs C. W. Hummer
R. W. Adams vs E. C. Jones
Bye vs J. W, Cartel.
Local fight fans were asking a
question toaay. ;
tan tne promising out green
Claudio Martinet stand bp for
ten rounds against the vicious,
damaging fists of the cagey,
exper'enced Battlin .B y ron
Cumberbatch in their feature
bout at the Colon Arena Sun Sunday
day Sunday night?
It is a good question.
With th exception' of hard.
punching Toto Ibarra; Martinez
is tne most eoionui ana aggres aggressive
sive aggressive bantamweight to appear on
tne istnmian lignt cene lor
long time. ,4.L, ;".
Observers agree the youngster
has everything It takes to be a
topnotch fighter some day and
that the only factor that has "i011""1
(fpniert him mnra nrnmlnini fti.l-noinittJl
ready, Is his having to remain In
tne snaaow oi standout inarra.
But with all of Claudio's ad
mitted qualifications, he is be
ing pitted against an opponent
and B.1I th trlnk Mlrtw a.ndMlKSls 3b
otherwise) of the trade. "V Sak!r
Tfti. naltflnnln rlnof vataran ' "J i
has used what he calls "pace" anKS
on many an occasion, to get a S?,Fyn,r
riai ,v,.nfiHnt ta ..,..iirvin If
less, then he methodically and'1""?;11 cf
caicuiatrriffiv mit nn tha nrps- -. v
sure to wear down hi hefnddled ?us? P
tuStruck out for Martin In 3rd.
d Singled for Collins in, 4th.
c Sacrificed for Turley In 4th
d Sinirled fore olllns in 4th,
e Singled for G. Coleman to
f Pinch hitter for Pollet In
7th but did not bat.
g Grounded out for Dropc
- h Struck out for Coleman
J Grounded, out for Morgan
Up For RP
010 310 2007
003 100 0105
SUMMARY Errors: Collins
Rivera 2, -Philley, Aparicio. RBI:
Aparicio .3, Mantle (Collins and
Mantle scored on Aparlclo's er error
ror error In 3rd). Northey 3, Bauer,
Doby, Larsen. Doubles: Rivera
Hatfield, Carey. HR: Northey
Doby. Sacrifice: Cerv. ; Dnuble Dnuble-plays:
plays: Dnuble-plays: Berra-Martin; Hatnield-
ley. wrt on base: wnite box io,
Yankees 9. Bases on balls: Kee Keegan
gan Keegan 3, Howell 1, Turley 3, Byrne
2, Larsen 1, S.O.: Keegan 4, Pol Pol-let
let Pol-let 1, Consuegra 1, Turley 1, O.
Coleman 1. Hits off: Keegan 3-3,
Pollet 4-3, Consuegra 3-1 1-3,
Howell 1-1 2-3, Turley 5-4, G
Coleman 3-2, Byrne 1 2-3, Mor
gan' l-l 1-3. Larsen 0-1. Runs
and earned runs: Keegan 3-1,
Pollet 1-1. TConsueera 1-0. Tur
ley 4-4, G. Coleman 1-1, Byrne
2-2.. Hit by pitch: Turley hK
Fox, Byrne hit Minoso,' Larsen
hit Lollar. WP: pollet (3-1. LP:
G. Coleman (1-1). ;
New York at MUwaukee W
Only game scheduled, a
N!ht Game) s" -' s
Philadelphia 010 013 100 8 13
Milwaukee 100 700 00x 8 14
Roberts (5-8). Neitray, Flow.
ers, Meyer, R. Miller and Lopa-
Crone (5-3), Buhl. Conley and
New York 200 100 0025 10 3
Chicago 040 110 OOx 8 10 0
Hearn (3-6), Lldaie, Grlssom
Rush (6-2), v Davis, Lown and
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati
Only games scheduled.
""' '.Vi.';- '' 'f" Jaa ''. V .'i-,"''V41 -J.,
i-i TODAY'S GAME .v.
Chicago at New Yort 4
Cleveland at Boston "
Only games scheduled.
2 Chicago 010 310 200-7 10
New York : 003 100 010- 11
Keegan, Pollet (3-1), Consue Consuegra,
gra, Consuegra, Howell and Lollar.. it:
" Turley, R.' "Colemftn'
Byrne,. Morgan, Larsen
Lockman If ......
Dark ss ..........
Mueller rf ..... v.
Thompson 3b ....
a-Castleman 3b ..
Ab R H Po
4 0 2 3
36 5 10 24 1 7
' Such were the. tact'es he
used to TKO Ibarra in their
first meeting In December of
last year. Toto had built up a
comfortable lead np to the sev seventh
enth seventh heat until Cumberbatch
got going and virtually cut
him to bits as he handed- him
his only setback as a profes professional.
Another nosslble handlcan for
uauaio is tne iact tnat wis wui
be the first time he -takes part
m-sT bout scneduied for ; oven
now youin ana courae-e : wm Cubs
stand un aeainst exnerlence and
ring generalship should he in
teresting to watch Sunday night
000 000 002 2
000 000 0000
Foytack, Gromek (5-3) and
Loes, Zuverlnk (3-2) and Trl-
Cleveland 202 400 000 008 il 1
Boston 302 300 000 008 14 2
Mossl. McLish. Feller; Wvnn.
Narleskl and Hegaq, Naragon.
wixon, sisier and Daiey
(Called on account of rain),
K. City 231 000 14113 21 ; 0
Washington 120 000 001w 4 10 C
Ditmar (6-5), Harrington and
Ramos (4-5).' Stone, Qrob
Lockman, Dark. 'Doubles: Muel.
ler, Fondy, Landrith. Thomp
son,- whisenant. Home runs:
Mays 2, Miksls. Sacrifice- flv:
Fondy. Double-plays: Fondy-.
Banks-Fondy. Left on base: Gi Giants
ants Giants 8, Cubs 7. Bases on balls:
Hearn 1, Rush 1, Davis 2, Lown
1. S O.: Hearn 1, Llddle 3, Rush
3, Grlssom-1. Hits off: Hearn 7
4, Liddie 3-3, Grlssom 0-1, Rush
10-8 1-3. Davis 0-0. (itched : to
two batters in 8th), Lown 0 2-3.
Runs and earned runs: Hearn
5-0, Uddle 1-1, Rush 5-5. WP;
Rush (6-2), LP: Hearn (3-6).
35 6 10 27 11
' a Ran for ThomDSOn "in 4th
b Lined out for Hearn in 5th.
- c Struck out for LWdle In
d Ran for Katt in 9th.
e Pinch-hitter for Grlssom In
9th but did not bat
f Walked, for AntonelH In
g Ran ror Hofman in 9th.
Ken- Middleto n,' tournament
chairtnan for the Panama Rod &
Reel Club's 4th International, Mar Mar-lin
lin Mar-lin and Skill is h Tournimant
(June 29 through July 30), has an announced
nounced announced that entries from the Mia Mia-mia
mia Mia-mia area are beginning to come
in. r v ... ,.-,, v-
Frank Baxter, co-holder of the
world's record for his 145 lb. sail-
iish (caught during the d Inter
national Mariin and Sailfish Tour Tournament
nament Tournament held here in 1954) will
fish aboard the "Sen" front July
15-25. In last year's tournament he
copped the El Panama trophy for
his 112 lb. 8 ox. John Mahoney.
Mahoney took the Pan-American
World Airways trophy in last
year's tournament for his 198 lb:
black mariin, 30 lb. class.
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Simmons
of Miami Shores and Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Christiansen of Miami will
Athletic Meeting At Paralso:
- Plans were completed for a spe
cial meeting slated for n x t
Wednesday in the Paraiso aymna
shun at 8 p.m. to formulate plans
for the sponsoring of several ath athletic
letic athletic tournaments to stimutate and
maintain interest among residents
of the various Pacific side local local-rate
rate local-rate towns. Also to be discussed
are scholarships now available in
the United States for local ath athletes.
letes. athletes. (
Speakers attending the meeting
will include Aston M." Parchment,
Canal Zone Schools Dvision teach teacher
er teacher of physical education, who just
returned from the United States,
where he pursued a course in phy physical
sical physical education.
High School Soccer: '-- v
'Nv'tv .-1- V;.- .''
Soccer- representatives attend attending
ing attending the Paraiso and Rainbow City
high schools will clash ur the third
encounter of their five-game se series
ries series on the former's award tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon. Both squads are
deadlocked at one all in the stand
ings, Paraiso having won the ini-
BUMMARY Errors : Thonio
son. spencer. White. RBI: Mavs
3, Landrith 2, Miksls 3, Fondy.'
' 200 100 0025
040 110 OOx 8
h- -, ... .,. ....
iutauil WUI' . . ... .
fish from the "Sen" from June 29 ,ai cst wnue ine Auanuc : &i &i-to
to &i-to July 8 iders took the second match. Both
E. S. Corlett m, W. O. Merton''cores
and Chuck Helmly of Miami have
signed up for the "Soltura" from
More Miami fishermen have sig signified
nified signified their intention of particpat particpat-ing
ing particpat-ing in the tournament, but their
boat reservations are not in yet.
"Rendezvous and fueling sites will
be Cocos Pt. in the Perlas Islands
and the Pinas Bay anchorage
where the large billfish abound.
Headquarters of the Panama Rod
& Reel Club are at Hotel El Pa.
nama. There is much enthusiasm
both in Panama, the Canal Zone,
Latin America and the U.S.
Last year the majority of the 38
prizes went to the Florida fisher fishermen.
men. fishermen. There will be stiff competi competition
tion competition this year,' since there sre
more entries,, some of whom are
World's Record Holders. Seven
world's records in game fishing
have been made in Panama wa waters.
ters. waters. A group of Texans are plan planning
ning planning to try their hick in Panama's
fabulous fishing waters, according
to word received from Horace Bo Bo-ren
ren Bo-ren of Rraniff Airways. j
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TnrSSDAY, JTXE 14,-1338
TOT TAHAHA AMERICAN A CSDEPEXDEXT DAILY KIWSPAPES
xcnse For Losers
1 V I
i in. vrjw..a. m. jam ntumuigj jjas
... by plv
SHIFT--Lou Boudreau demonstrates with tape and baseballs
the ahift to the right the Kansas Citr manager designed to
stop Mickey Mantle when the Yankee slugger is batting left left-handed.
handed. left-handed. Looking on axe. left to right. Country Slaughter,
Bobby Shantx and Lou Kretlow of the Athletics.
By Victor Gray
V AMERICAN LEAGUE
'During the oast' week, the Cleveland Indians gained ground
on the champion Yankees by winning-live of their seven games.
Lopes' charges Invaded Yankee Stadium and copped the honors
in the crucial aeries from Stengel's clan two out of three, with
veteran Early Wynn turning a neat five-hitter tojumd the
.Yanks their second shutout of the season on Friday night.
They came back to take Saturday's contest by spotting the
home team a six-run lead in the fourth inning and 1 turning on
the heat to bury them in J, avalanche of base-bits, the final
score beinR,15; tp :i ,. ; v: :VV;;' ; ; ;.
The Yanks with Johnny Kucks cleverly scattering nine base
blow on Sunday shut out the tribe to the tune of to 0 to
salvage the final game ot the series.
1 The Detroit Tigers, who during the week previous won
-j. j -v. Ait kv ti their normal wflVS. wlnninE
three out of seven. Paul Richards Baltimore Orioles continue
to show fight and husUe, breaking even In the eight games in
wrUcnxney parwcipawu. , .
s Here Is a close-up of last week's play to the Junior circuit, r
' ... Opponents
.. Cleveland. 7
t Washington.- 8
, Mew York.
Detroit; . 7
Kansas City. -. 7
TOTALS. .29 29
' Season's totals:
' t G. W. L.
New York. .51 32 19
Cleveland. .48 27 21
Chicago. V.J .4S 24 19
Boston,-. .48 24 24
Detroit 9-1 24' 25
Baltimore. ,' .51 ,24 v 27
Washington. .53 22 31
Kansas City. . 49 19, 30
' TOTALS.' .18ft 185
w I." svt R. r IT. E. R. H.
S a .714 '48 70 6 23 65 11
3 R7t 42 70 5 31 58 7
A Jinn .41 72 10 48 79 8
A K Ma 33 68 ft 44 60 V 9
9 MO 29 66 5 37 61 4
S ROO 37 64 11 37 62 7
4 .429 49 77 7 43 70 7
4 .429 29 65 10 43 67
300 522 60 308 622 60
Pet. R. B.
.627 303 468
.563 229 391
.558 200 404
.500 227 459
.490 253 463
.471 187 395
V41S 247 ; 466
.388 223 409
E. R. ;" H.
57 228 432
57 314 491
50 268 450
1868 3430 376 1868 3430 376
(Includes games of Sunday, June 10)
1 i NATIONAL LEAGUE
? Warren Giles' loop is now engaged in the hottest fight ever
seen in years. A mere two games separate fifth place Brooklyn
from league-leading Cincinnati, while Pittsburgh and 8t Louis
changed places dally between the second and third slots.
' Bobbv Brairan's drivinsNtactlcs is today the toast of Forbes
Field, the home of the Pittsburgh Pirates, and if things keep up
like they are at present it would be nothing surprising to nave
the City Council approve the erection of a monument in honor
of turbulent Eobby. .'
' Four clubs wound up tied for the weekly honors during the
past week. Cincinnati, St Louis, Brooklyn and Chicago all
wound up with identical' records, five wins against two defeats.
It is apparent that the Cubs have began to roll, and if this is
in anyway true, loyal Cub fans on the Isthmus will have the
privilege of cheering their pets during the torrid stretch drive.
u Last week's play went as follows:
Cincinnati. ... 7
St. Louis. . ." .7
Brooklyn. ', 7
Chicago. . 7
New York.. ... ft
TOTALS.-. ., .28
4 6. W. L.
Clnelnnatl. v ,-.48 28 20 :
8t Louis. ... .. 50 29 21
Pittsburgh ... .47 27 20
Milwaukee.' .40 22 18
Brooklyn . 46 25 21
New York. .46 19 27
Chicago. ... .45 18 27
Philadelphia..: . 46 IS 30
- TOTALS. .184 184
W. L. Pet. R. H. E. R. H. E.
S 2 .714 49 72 ft 34' 64 3
5 2 .714 31 58 5 24 59 ft
5 2 .714 34 65 5 24 49 8
5 3 .714 30 56 S 2ft 58 5
3 4 .429 ; 29 64 5 28 60 3
2 4 J33 20 47 5 26 49 5
2 5 86 1ft 45 11 26 57 S
1 7 .125 27 62 4 48 73 7
.28 28 236 469 44 238 469 44
Pet R. H. E. R. H. E.
J5M 262 452 48 245 454 40
J80 263 490 49 226 .439 43
.574 224 426 44 193 386 40
.550 194 356 4ft 167 328 31
, .543 S209 381 41 195 372 40
...413 163 363 51 194 374 50
.400 199 385 31 253 438 46
.348. 193 364 41 239 416 54
1710 3217 351 1710 3217, 351
(Includes games of Sunday, June 10)
, By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK (NEA) Whei
chey run the Belmont Stakes it
Belmont Park, June 16, it will b)
in a different setting than the ni
tion saw the Kentucky Derby ani
For this is, to quote a typictl
New Yorker, "tha big race in the
big town." There is no room for
sentiment when they run the Be-
mont There ara no teary song!
Mutuel machines provide : tht
music, there are.no mint julepr.
You have tha supreme test of
three-year-old, the records show.
Tha tioo.000 added race is at
mile-and-a Jialf, That's where
thev separate the men from the
hflvs....:' "";-( ; t f :-
- Nina of the last 10 Bemont win winners
ners winners have gone on to be the Horse-of-the-Year.
Only threewon the
Derbv. Aa they say around Kew
York's Big Apple, any place you
ean eel a Native Dancer, Nashua,
Phalanx and Capot beaten must
be a spot made to order lor acci
Thar It m ream for accidents
in the Belmont. The winner is the
big horse. At a -mile-and-half over
a spacious track and down a long
itretrh. losers have no excuses.
Burnout, or being caught in the
pack don't qualify as xcuses,
You also nave norses tucn as
Hich Gun in the Belmont Max
Hinh had the King Ranch colt in
the barn through the early part of
his three-year old season, tie
didn't race in the Derby or The
Then Trainer 7 Hlrsch turned
High Gun loose in the Peter Pan
Stakes, two weeks before the Bel Belmont.
mont. Belmont. It was High Gun's first
states victory. After that came the
Belmont and on to .being named
the best three-year-old in the pack.
That's whv Jazz Age, a new
name to the three-year-old follow-
n ihould be watched, mis u
V. Whitney colt took the Peter Pan
Stakes in corking time. It was his
first stakes win of the year.
For steady race folIowers--snd
the television variety, for this will
h on a national hook-up the Sto-
it nf the Belmont figures to be
told by either Needles, or Fabius
Needles took the Derby, with Fa
himis second. Then, at Pimlico
Needles' cavalry charge was -late
and short as he couldn't gain on
Fabius when it counted in The
Preakness.. 1 :
Since then, Needles has been
handled the way Hugh Fontaine
ennsidert best for the son of Pon
derdoing little or nothing. On the
mile-and-an-eiehth Jersey. Stakes
at Garden State and won impres impressively.
sively. impressively. He went again in the Leo
nard Richards at Delaware ran
before the Belmont.
Needles' late rush would seem
to make the Belmont his cup of
tea. In the mue-and-a-qauter Der
by, he was rolling at the wire.
But on the other band, wmie
Hartack had a strong-finishing Fa Fabius
bius Fabius in The Preakness, a sixteenth
less." "."; r:- t'
So you have doubt about Fs-
' PUTTING ONE LITTLE WORD after another and.W. B.
wants to know what ever became of Al Weill? The quick
obscurity that blots out a manager ones he loses a heavyweight
champion is astonishing, at that. On the other hand, there
are oid-Une Giant fans who are desperately afraid owner Stone Stone-ham
ham Stone-ham won't move to Minneapolis. Don't bet that Althea Gibson
is the first Negro to play in Wimbledon. She herself played
there in "51. There is nothing wrong with Yankee pitching
that less Impulsive handling; can't cure. De-emphasis must be
I here to stay. Here it is almost mid-June and none of the col
lege looioaii lounanes nas started lau practice.
' John Galbreath's Land O "Peace wdn a race at Belmont Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and paid $44.50. If the Pittsburgh Pirates keep on win winning,
ning, winning, this could also be tbe land plenty for the Ohio sports sportsman.
man. sportsman. As you may have noted, Fabius (126) was second by six
lengths to a thing called Ricci Tavi 114) in the Delaware
feature.. Normally, yor would be disposed to blame the handl handl-eapper
eapper handl-eapper for the Preakness' winner's defeat, but the fact that
the time was full two seconds off the record give him an out
Fabius likes a fast track with a hard base. This was fast, with without
out without being hard.. In fact, pretty muca the same type he can
expect to find at Belmont where he and Needles meet b their
rubber match Saturday. Another thing to keep In mind: mud
moves Needles "way up.
:e ;'".v.-' :.'-vm:,-'s,':' ;, :y ,: t,
IN THE NET, I THOUGHT young Floyd Patterson did just
fine. At level weights he would almost surely 'have stiffened
The Animal early. As It wavhe didut miss catching him by
much. He has excellent hand action, his coordination is good
and In ratio to his size and strength, he is a hard hitter. What
he needs most Is a larger and tougher physical structure; and
since he'a only 21, and still developing, that should come. If
he can't fight again for months due to the broken pinky. It
may be the best thing that ever happened to him. Archie
Moore will still be around this time ntxt year. . and he'll be
one year older besides.
Heckled by the critics for "feeding Patterson softies, Cue
D'Amato was to prove he. knows both his boy and his job.
Instead of censure, Cos actually merited commendation. Un Unlike
like Unlike most managers yon find around these days. or the un unemployed
employed unemployed booking agents, night-club Impresarios and book bookmakers
makers bookmakers who call themselves managers. . D'Amato resisted the
fast buck and brought his boy along slowly. Now he faces a
new problem. . the broken finger. 4 chronle hand condition
is the worst thing that ean happen to a fighter. There is noth nothing
ing nothing about this fracture to Indicate Patterson has brittle bones.
Indeed, considering he way he threw punches when he opened
up, and the cast-iron eountenanee of Hurricane Jackson, the
youngster was lucky he didn't shatter an entire fist.
.'.,.' ' ''
' IF I HAD PATTERSON I'd ship him Off to the Maine woods
as soon as his mitt heals, give him an ax and turn him loose
on the trees, with Instructions not to be seen around these
parts for eight or 10 months. That's the way Gene Tunney
played it In similar circumstances, and when he came back he
was & big powerful man, and even more important, the ax
wielding along with other special exercises, made his hands
Just about structurally Impervious to occupational accident A
Patterson with sound hands, weighing 190-195, finely condition conditioned,
ed, conditioned, would be my choice to beat anybody next summer,1 includ including
ing including Marclano. .- and, of course, they'll keep badgering Rocky
until they get him back, or drive the poor guy batty.
The Giants' Antonelll seems to have' developed a Bobo Ol Olson
son Olson chin. Gets knocked out every time he starts, r Someone's
been spoofing our Mr. Danie about ole cotton pickln' Jim Tur Turner
ner Turner trying to make a cutle-pie pitcher of fire ball Bob Turley.
Here's why Yankee Stadium had no chance to land the Army Army-Notre
Notre Army-Notre Dame football renewal. Philadelphia charges only $10,000
rental, then promptly pays 15,000 for concessions, thus, in ef effect,
fect, effect, giving the two colleges $5000 just to show up. After which,
the colleges, of course, split all parking, program and box-office
returns down the middle, roughly $700,000.
blus ability to go the route at
Belmont and little question about
One certain thing is that the
winner will be the big horse ev
erybody else a pre-race imposter.
A field of only jeight is expected
to go. It should include Counter Countermand,
mand, Countermand, the late runner which dis
appointed so badly in the Derby.
Peter Pan-and another aMi
starter in the three-year-old sweep sweepstakesalso
stakesalso sweepstakesalso is expected to take
The race Is the big one for men
MAKING HIS MOVE Poundlnr past the qnarter'pole, Calumet Farm's Fabius draws ahead
organ, in a
aboard the winner
f atablemate, Captain M
-xercise rider, to
final prep for the Belmont Stakes. Juliua Hamilton, aa
of Tbe Freaknesa and Jersey Stakes.
Master Your Game...
, Enjoy Own Game
golf of which thev are caoahle ra.
lax and enjoy their own tame.
No one can change his golf
swing. The best he can do is tako
it apart to see what makes it tick,
then put it back together aaain.
Realize this ind you're
merrier way to better golf.
2 from everybody from Harry Van
don to the assistant caddie master.
Yet, and despite the fact that he
is an adviser to- a national golf
lecnjM&tinn nr1 a AnnaiiltnnY t n-
nthap hm will .n.lr .iviA .wf pitch Immediately
his game from anvbodv at hand. !.s.ft Pmu
"nothin' when be hits the ba l
is that Che Judge has compllcat.
ed the game out of all proportion
while the pro has reduced 4ts ele-i
wnu.to their least common Jen-'mLINGLE WOOD, Calif. (NEA
jminstors. i Thoroughbreds are racing at Hoi
lywood Park this year for .tht
Pre-eminent among, them Is the .highest purses in the history el
fact that those who play the best I racing.
EDITORS: this ends Jackie
Burke's golf: series. NEA will
start a brand new Instructional
after the Unit,
difference between- the wwen.wiii decided en Jim l.
and our pro who thinks ofi
J By JACKII BURKI
Master of the Masters
Written for NEA Service
SAVOLDI IN TRACK I
EAST LANSING. Mich. (NEAV
Joe Savoldi. Jr.. won Mlohifan
Also Career Bay, once the big State's 1956 Khaonen Award, ore-the ball of a downhill lie.. The
hope of the C. V, Whitney Stable. I sen ted annually to the track team Judge has been playing for more
Lawless, a stoui secona in ueimemoer contributing the most 'than 40 years, has taken leisons
I once asked a well-known pro
fessional what he thought ; about
when he hit the bal).
He scratched his hesd, pondered
a moment, and answered with the
air of a man who has met a prob problem
lem problem and, come away with the onl,
possible conclusion. '.
'Nothin'," he said. n -In
contrast to this pro there is
the Judge, an old member of the
club who knows almost every every-thing
thing every-thing there Is to know about golf.
He quotes the rules almost verba'
tim. He knows exactly how a
one iron, how to play a brassie
out of a sand trap, how to draw
Wnerever people of distinction?;;
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Dutch Finally Hear
Prince, Queen Rowing
Over Faith Healer
II 4 1 f 1
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V V I
AN INDEPENDENT yTJbX
SGT. HUMBERTO FIGUERO, from Panama, is shown as he re received
ceived received his diploma from Maj. Gen. Reuben C. Hood, Jr., com commander,
mander, commander, Caribbean Air Command, during the graduation cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies for the United States Air Force School for Latin Amer America
ica America at Albrook, this morning. Also on hand to congratulate
he graduates was Lt. Col. Carlos Arosemena (left), Secretary
! of the Panama National Guard. v
AMSTERTJAM Jiiiia M fTTP L
The Dutch people were told offi officially
cially officially tntav that mimnra rietv4
of an alleged rift between Queen
Juliana and Prince Bernbard be
cause of a faith healer.
Leading Dutch newspapers broke.
long, ttlf-imposed silence en.
the story that tl-year-old faith
healer Greet Hofmaims bas caus caused
ed caused a "crisis" in the Dutch Roy
The atnrv anneareH last veelr tn
the German weekly, Der SpiegeL
Yesterday it was the major news
siury in mosv ionaon newspapers.
ana was pnniea tnrougnout
Dutch papers, respectful of the
Royal family, had agreed not to
Drint anv stnriiK nn the rnmora rw.
portedly at the request of the gov government,
ernment, government, t ,r
But the silence officially -came
to an end today, although a Com Communist
munist Communist newspaper printed brief
stories on the rumors yesterday.
The story over the slipped riff
broke exactly at the end of a quiet
uuicn election campaign, wnicn
saw the Socialist Labor Party gain
a clear, victory in vesterriav'x sen
eral elections for a new second
chamber (lower house) of Parlia
Many Dutch citizens went ta the
polls unaware that the stories
claimed the alleged rift was caus
ing a constitutional crisis.
Amsterdam naner this mnminff
dismissed the idea of a constitu-Um YEAR
The indeoendent De Teletraaf In'
a front naee editorial said that 1
family had been rirmlstinff ahnarri
ior more man three years.
l he Dutch government, it said,
'nerhaDS overcareful." had suc
ceeded until now to prevent pub publication
lication publication of the ctnriM in HnllanH
the, "But it.coes with these thinffs as
with blackmailers. -Fiaally the bill
will be presented." ;
United Press staff correspond correspondent
ent correspondent Arnoud de Jons lnoatmt Misa
Hofmans yesterday and she told
mm rail this talk about politics is
pure nonsense. '
i 297 Latin American Students Graduate
! Today From USAF School At Albrook
I rrhe USAF School for Latin A--nicrica
at Albrook Air Force Base.
Jtanal Zone, issued diplomas to
27 Latin American servicemen
curing graduation ceremoniea to-
; a ne ceremonies were anenaea oy
; jhist ranking officials from through
AUC AlllClluas. 4uaj. wu. vuw
C. Hood, Jr., Caribbean Air
Command commander, presented a
The groups receiving diplomas aircraft maintenance supervision
were made up of u Bolivians; (for officers).
51 1 Braiiliann; 42 Colombians; 20 I Basic English is taught to all
Chileans; 20 Cubans; 16 Domini- Iperonnel in addition to the one
can Republic; 10 Guatemalans 25 technical or administrative subiect
Ecuadorans; 5 Salvadoreans; 4
Mexicans; 17 Nicaraguans; I Pa Pa-cans;
cans; Pa-cans; 4 Salvadoreans; 4
Peruvians; 21 Uruguayans; IS Ve
their respective countries have
sent them here to study.
The instructor 'an hilinmml M.
CO'S of the IISAP hijhlv nnalifiiul
specialists on the subjects they in-
After aU students had received Z.fU."slg, t
leir certificates. Alhauch .nnonnr th mostpf them of Latin
..cuiiuuauu After all ctiwWc ti.rf .a;., slrucl- ine msiruciors assignea to
diploma to each graduate after Lt.1 ler students had received Sch(wl m t f tt 6. j.
Col. Harry M. Albaugh, the school He'rhcern"
. ccmTnandant. had called each MTJJJtoon orthe schoo to ,peak Spanish C&eXwd to
tioual eroun to the stage. I?8 trophies. The trophies wentlfa,,, r Amarlr., TiJZ'.
: tioual group to the stage
i The graduates, comprising the
nineteenth class to register at the
' Srhool since its establishment in'
1317, will return to their respec respec-t
t respec-t va countries within a few days.
1 sir special training1 will en-t'.'-e
some to immediate promo-
art ant teaching assignments,
to th. Mnt.in. ntKl "uw Mtuu American customs
tanmni 3m. ..-11... L. I t I ,.
-.- u r uu p. is, J. matte. .de .r
menti t instructors to know' that through
vuviw uia oauin KCiiciaj. liu
Student Gabriel Zelada ot Chile,4 preflight inspection procedures as
sneakinff for all stiiHpnrs o ho
had been chosen by them to 'do
1 LS. t 7 - au UVUVW UU
,t reremonies cot under way to U.S. government for the op-
T . .a h a I nnrunit ttt. A- J
those user! in tha Stat lie lea In ha
by most air forces throuehmit T.a.
tin America; that planes calling
ior a landing over any military
airfield in this hemisphere u I e
similar terminology and that any
WliqlhnAn.inJ n:iU -'1-1 T
"Why, I never even voted. To Today
day Today I think I shall not cast my
ballot either." she said.
Renorts abroad hart nirtnred
Miss Holmans as an issue in the
Some disnatrhea aaM the C.ahl
net had demanded government ac
tion because of the Queen s interest
in the faith healer. But these re-
norta were ripniivt hv infrmoH
Dutch sources both at the Hague
and in London. .
, Miss Hofmans said reports
were true that Bernhard had In Introduced
troduced Introduced her to his Wife and that
she had treated the young Prin Princess
cess Princess Marijke, who suffers from
an eye ailment.
The onetime tvniaf aitin rlalm.
ed she discovered she could "help"
sick persons by dedicating them
to Christ, said she alwava arimir.
ed Juliana. '; '.i-i"
"She ii a true Queen," the faith
healer said. :
; The EuroDean and British nreaa
Load a field day with the story.
ine unaon uaiiy Mirror said
"there is talk nf a nnocihla ah.1
dication." But informed Dutch
sources doubted it: was that seri serious.,
ous., serious., ,-' s
According tn the IjmAntt Ttailv
Express, "an increasing number
oi uuicnmen tear mat the Queen
is listening more and more to Miss
Hofmans not nnlv in sni ritual and
religious matters but in other af-
tairs as weu."
A f f
Let the people knot the ttuth and the country is safe" Abraham Uncoln.
i s Biggest Hurdle
v nn the 776th Air Force cana,' "uu"f given ukh uui m mn aemispnere use
u cV the direction of CWO L. r.Mne$ technical training at similar terminology and that any
Overton, played the, U.S. National School., ; ; weatherbound military pUot in U-
a m ; 4 1 He said the students felt that the tin America can read a weather
, ' l L.f k. :i:n... ODDOrtunitV thev had of ltvlns inH'miD apcuratelv thrnnsh h .ln
nri diplomatic dignitaries who ork'nf Wlth, tha servicemen of tion of standard aymbols.
w ,e to take part in the ceremo-,"10 w omer American
ni were introduced as they en-' 'suited n the best an ante,
te, ante, cd the stace. .derstanding among the smicemen.
Ti.e flags of the 21 American' .. m Accioiy ot Braz-
rublics formed an impressive P" jnes!entalJy J;
! kdrop for the group. ame comments in -English, Both
(I I I UipUIMRMV
teved the stage
ba 'Kdrop for the group. vwUI,uu ui-.UGusu. cum
Alter the Anthem, Chaplain (Col.) "eaj.110 used the occasion to give
Glnn J. Witherspoon, USAF, de- n 1C1 taios to the School and
liverei the invocation : lts Personnel .,, v
. AlSaueh then officially announc- The students then rose and, as
. th ooenins of the class 56-B le classes oeiore pem naa done,
Tax Cut Possible
Bui Hoi Probable,
Says 5am Rayburn :
'.' J t' , ..'! ;
ttf 1 rTTTTfns . .
u "io ujw"" x u. ovm iu .:.. "nonilWiluiN. June 1 (UP)
ui ailuation exercises and introduc-isan8 tte .Hym.n of the Americas, I Hous(1 n.mnrrati. tV t iTT
ed Hood as the main speaker. z'iJSL AirW. UeCatmek UMa vester-
The eeneral congratulated t h e ana- ine ceremonies were dav
hft hn nnr inlaH mit ik eMA.
gradaatmg class, stressing .the im-, J0""" i w M ; he benediction, My a T taxcu t tt T year
it.j o3i. i lowine in the officers duh and the ,ul" y, HeuirmpcK
nnn-rnmmiccinnorf nfflor. . l ., K M,,u. : reponer M
followed Hood's speech.
In Medical Corps
Two doctors on duty t Gorgas
-Hospital have received news of
thfir-promotion in. the Army Med Medical
ical Medical Corps.
M sj. William' O. Daugherty has
been promoted to lieutenant colo colonel,
nel, colonel, and Capt. Carlo G. Lla nes
has been promoted to major. Both
promotions became effective June
Daugherty Is dental officer at
Goreas Hospital, and Llanea Is
assistant chief of radiology.
These traditional receptions, af
ford the students and instructors
a chance for a final social meeting
before the class breaks up.
This class brings the number
el Latin American officers and
airmen to be trained by t h e
School since Us organisation in
1947 to more than 2500. In ad addition,
dition, addition, many others received on-the-job
training during the World
War II years. ,,!-?.-?:
While the School started in 1047
With onlv four courses aircraft
maintenance, armament, propeller
maintenance ana sneet metal mam
tenance each year brought new
subjects to the curriculum.
- There are now IS naMaHM In.
rlllHintf fat aircraft' mnlntaitBnfta 1
air force supply procedures and
HilCCS: J5 4.40
,1.e. .!!. fi.ti j.n Bm
'nnliEB an 0?2!IAI,!E
t barbaric idea
I In my 39 years 7
i of Naval
fs r (
' ) "I
told rpnnrtr he "Ai-tainlu
would like to see a tax reduction
: if ....1 J V- J I. n
i i ii vuum uc none. speaKer
Sam Rayburn Tex. has termed a
tax cut a "possibility but not a
McCormack's remarks came as
reports circulated in Congress
that the budget surplus for the
fiscal year ending June 30 is like likely
ly likely to be fan bigger than- the ad ad-minstration's
minstration's ad-minstration's revised figure of $1, $1,-800,000,000
800,000,000 $1,-800,000,000 made three weeks ago.
Several Democratic Congres Congressional
sional Congressional sources said they had heard
that the surplus may total about
,uw,uw,uuu. mis would even be
hieher than the V W) nnn twn
timate submitted by the staff of
ine senate-House Tax Study Com
President Eisenhower has ruled
out anv tax rut nn- the hull nt
the treasury's revised forecast.
He has said that there must be
no reduction until "we have made
some little start on reducing the
. Most Democratic Congressional
leaders have discounted chances
of a tax cut this year. Their po
sition has been based nn hehalf
that the President and his Con
gressional lieutenant would strong
ly oppose any reuueuon.
W. J. Finlayson
Held At Mr. Hope
Funeral lervfoea amre haM'
terday morning at Mount Hope
Cemetery for William J, Finlay Finlayson,
son, Finlayson, retired civilian employe of the
Army who died June 8 at Coco
Mr. Finlavson. who was n
years old, had been living near
Escobal on the border of Gatun
Lake. He was a native of Astoria.
He is survived hv one Haush.'
ter, Mrs. Rosa Morris of Delta.
FRIDAY. JUNI 15
-WASHINGTON.- .Tnrio iam
One of the shrewdest poUtl poUtl-cians
cians poUtl-cians in the Senate appraised
the Democratic political situa situation
tion situation today and observed:
"Adlal Stevenson's himrest
hurdle now Is Harry Truman."
ine speaker wa a Southern
Democrat, who has not endorsed
Stevenson, won in nrefer Spn i
Lyndon Johnson of Texas for
me rresiaenuai nommauon but;
would be dismayed If it went toi
scm sies iteiauver or nov. a v.
ereii Harrunan. ; ;
In one sentence, he gave a
capsule summary of what many
Democrats are thinking two
months before their nominating
convention convenes at cnicago
Aug. 13. ... i
: Bv ia-ushlna- Kefauver In the
v in ma i fii iiiicvi J i.ai wvca(
Stevenson moved far out In
front in the race f nr the Presi
dential nomination. But he is
still far from sure of victory.
Former President Truman,
now touring Europe, claimed
credit for throwing the .1933
nomination to the reluctant
Stevenson, then governor ot
Illinois. Now publicly neutral,
he is regarded as a Harrunan
supporter who may throw his
weight behind the New York
governor at convention time,
said in an Interview.-"Of course,
Im disaDDointed in thnc. t
tost.-" T 4
Asked f the California re re-suit
suit re-suit bad weakened his belief
that he would be the strong strongest
est strongest Democratic nominee, Ke Kefauver
fauver Kefauver said it had not.
"I believe In nresidential nri-
maries and entered all I could,"
"icuf Emery; Dies
In Florida Aged 73
NftWS nf th Aih n? VAutrA T
"Scud" Emery, an old timer of
the Canal cnnstnirtinn Him mh
retired from service over 20 years
ago, nas Deen received on the
Isthmus. His death nreiiireri Mav
29 in Hollywood, Florida, where
he has made his home for a num
ber of years. He was 73 years old.
A native of Rrnnkvill PmmL
vania. Mr F.mnrv oraa-firot em
ployed in March, 1908,' on the Ca-
nai one rouce torce. tie trans
ferred to the Mechanical Division
until his retirement in 1934
He held a number nf Hitfarant
positions in the Balboa Shops al although
though although durine the last 17 veara nf
nis service ne was tne ateam an.
gineer on the 50 ton drydock
Mr. Emery was well known on
the Isthmus in the world nf annrta
He was a baseball nlaver in the
oia istnmian League and first
baseman for the Balboa team. He
eontinued an aitivs nlavap until
the late 1920's and actively inter.
esiea in tne league until leaving
Few Democrats doubt that
Mr. Truman, who is considered
cool toward Stevenson, can swing
a ereai aeai oi weigni u ne
wishes He la viewed hv manv
Democrats as a possible draftee
ior tne nomination in case oi a
convention deadlock. i
Wofnimor nld tnrlav ha at.iri
would be the strongest possible
Democratic presidential nominee
aespue nis seiDa.cs in L-anior
nla ':i ; .
He insisted that hi and his
campaign organization wiu press
their efforts to win the lQSfi
nomination even though many
Demcv.rB.ta have written htm off
aa a major contender since last
wees a uauiorma primary
-M.wtStiJ.mm aaaWStaiSaa i
SENATE LEADERS MEET Minority LeadermiaAiaow-
iana tieit) and Majority Leader Lyndon Johnson talk with with-newsmen
newsmen with-newsmen follawing a White House conference of Senate lead leaders,
ers, leaders, Presidential Assistant Sherman Adams made an all-out
SUPh-: u" Senae.at toe meeting to restore at least 600'
million of the one billion, 100 million dollars the House cut
' off the Foreign Aid Bill. t
Democrats Recall 1951 U ixon Vote
As Chotiner Raises Cry Of 'Unfair'
WASHINGTON. Inna U rtTP '.. j i :
- am i atui ii ji iiiriimrniirsiB mamnaF
' ''Over aU, in the primaries, !nate, Democrats are prepared tol- voted with'othirTmembe"lo
rve done quite weU," Kefauver. !JowJi atXPe' R,cnar1 comPl lawyer to disclose the
names oi an ins clients who had
aeaiings with the government.
he said! "Some I won and some
t lost. In sections nartirularlw
interested in farming and re.
wurce aeveiopment, i ve aone
very well." f
"By entering a lot of the pri primaries,
maries, primaries, I spread my energy and
limited finances very thin," he
Said. He also Silrirest..d that ha
has, shown strength among ln-
Kefauver expressed the' belief
that his nrimarv rnmnalcm ri
valry with Stevenson has bene-
jutea nis. party oy generating a
discussion of issues and more
activity among Democrats.1
Now that the primaries are
over, he said, the campaign has
entered "a new nhasn in mhi.vi
candidates must concentrate on
uncommittea .delegates, and
those still to be chosen by state
Kefauver. who hnasteri atHno
of primary v victories in 1'952,
Started fast this var hv rtofoa
ing Stevenson in New Hampshire
and Minnesota primaries.
Then he faltered in New Jer Jersey,
sey, Jersey, where his slate of national
convention defecate WO AV.F.
whelmed by an uncommitted
slate led by Gov. Eobert B. Mev-
Thereafter he Inst a ria nf
primaries to Stevenson in Alas
ka, tne District of Columbia, or.
egon, Florida and Washington.
At the ame time h wnn n.i.
maries without opposition In Ma Maryland,
ryland, Maryland, Indiana, W 1 s consin,
South' Dakota. Nebraska an1
Montana. :. :
M. Nixon voted in 1951 to compel
Democratic ooliticians to reveal tha
same sort of facts about their law
practices which his former camp
aign manager now Danes at giv
Attorney Murrav M Chotiner
Nixon's 1952 campaign manager
and longtime nnlitinnl arlvicar has
proiesiea to every lawyer in Con Congress.
gress. Congress. that it is "unfair" for- the
Senate Investigating subcommittee
io bsk mm to disclose
1. A list of all his tase slnre
Nixon became vice nresirient which
jruiiue aaiu ine request WSS w v mui uic ,u-
made by Vladimir Zolotarev who ernment. end how he got them.
came here with 29 other Soviet ch 2- Tne fees he received, and
tiiens on the first tourist tour of wnetner they were by cash or
Ausina dv a Dnvaie Knssian vmnn vucvk.
Engineer Who Fled
Red Tourist Party
Seeks Entry To US
VIENNA, June 14 (XJf) A So
viet engineer who slinDed awav
irum pany oi Kussian tourists
visiting 'Austria has told Austrian
nolice he wants to emim-ate tn th
United States, it was disclosed to today.
Police said the 'request was
Akn Mtle Minlnr naH i TV
i comedions with more hah" on their
heads ond ess or their jokes. ;
in 18 years:
Zolotarev fled the group during
a sightseeing trip of Vienna yes yesterday
terday yesterday and went to nnlire ktH.
quarters to ask for political asy
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3. The names of the eovernment
omciaisj ne contacted. ;
Chotiner also worked in Dolitiral
campaigns for Sen. William F.
Knowland (R-Calif.) and for form
er Gov. Earl Warren, now Chief
Justice of the United States. ;
In the 1954 elections, he worked
with the Republican National com committee
mittee committee to set up a nationwide
speaking tour for Nixon.
GOP chairman Leonard W Hall
said reeentlv the national enmmir
tee has no plans to use Chotiner
in mis year s campaign.
Informed sources said Democrats
on the subcommittee are well a a-ware
ware a-ware their records show that on
Sept 28, 1951, Nixon then a sen-
Lourcnco I!cv ll::d
Police D:p:rfc:r.l :
VIENNA, June 14 (UP) -Agos-tinho
Lourenco of Portugal today
was elected president of the In International
ternational International Police Organization,
main foe of more than 180,000 in international
ternational international outlaws.
Urbanus E. Bauehman. chief of
the U.S. Secret Service in the
Treasury Department, and Mo Mo-hamed
hamed Mo-hamed (Zaki of Egypt, were ap appointed
pointed appointed vice-presidents of Interpol,
halrlins ifa 25th cpneral aamh!v
in top-secrecy at Vienna's historic
Shuts Off Power ;
CHATHAM. N.J.. June 11 TTTM
Curiosity killed a squirrel yes yesterday
terday yesterday and left 4,000 homes with without
out without electricity for 25 minutes. The
animal was electrocuted whje en entering
tering entering a Jersey Central Power
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