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J TANAMA, R. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27. S
list A EAR : -(:
I . i J fors S"rs U
v (VTA Kadlo-Teleohoto)
corted by two MIQ-ns, leads tne wr J .witnessed the air thow. ; ;
Fore Day In woscow weswi --:-,-
' V r ,(NEA Radio-Telephoto)
ttpfrt;ENTAL RED lETThe new Soviet semi-delU w n
xrverimentai let ines over, i uiuuu -,
W the annual observance ot Soviet Air Force Day. .
Red Air Secrets
wAcrnw inn 77 nn Mten
ip Twin in ff took inonier
numu r o
look today at more secrets of the
Soviet Air Force. He left Moscow
to visit one ana possiuijr vwu
craft plants. .
of the factory or
factories was not disclosed. The
name ana location win uc u u-whAn
whAn u-whAn the btoud of airmen
from 28 foreign countries return
at 4:30 p.m.
Tuininff Jh!pf Of Staff 0( til
ttc Air .Force, and the otner
" . .
euests of the Soviet air iorce en en-..t4
..t4 en-..t4 mnrc insieht into Soviet
miUtary might ..during today's in-
ipecUon trip. t .
A Hnnr erniOT
th Rutsiint, wh hava display.
4 new jet fighters and bombrt
during the Visit that basin aHi
cially Sunday, hava "shown us
things we would anly shew aur
Of Cenfessien In
Qlesel Acid Ccs3
TJ1TW Vnu'lC Jun. 27 fUP
Police labelled today as phony"
a Bowery vagrant s coniesseo
participation in the ; acid hurling
attack which blinded labor colum
nist Victor RieseL.
t1i nisoect. Alexander 'Ipema,
told authorities that two "profes "professional
sional "professional gunmen approached him
in a bar ana onerea mm w
throw acid in nisei s iace.
Wmi taiH h( refused the offer
buTaccompanied the two men dur dur-n
n dur-n h Anril S attack which re
sulted in Biescl's blindness. Ipe-1
ma aaid one of the two men did
the actual throwing,
Wiim anil renresentatives from
the district attorney's office ques4
tioned Ipema. W. aeverai num
rhia mnmina- but were satisfied
that the account was "phony.
J:i3S Crowe Itoks
11:1:::$ (erf us V
iyw thm fift tim since he has
District t Court Judge Guthrie
Crowe was called upon on a sun sun-day
day sun-day to sign an order tor a writ
ox naoeaa corpus.
".wttinii claimirie that
Chinese national, Bok Chok
Pnnir (also known as Mario Au
gusta Howard), had been
"wrongly Jailed" was filed Sun Sunday
day Sunday in the Cristobal District
nnnrt Th ludee. who hanoened
to be in Cristobal Sunday was
caned on to sign ina oroer jur
the writ filed by attorneys S,T.
nankel and oavia Kowes. ;
The petitioner is at present In
the Cristobal jail where he la be be-in
in be-in charged with having enter entered
ed entered C.thI Zon lllegftlly in
t ... .. ,' t ;
The petition tlaimtd Jhat
Pnna tnt "lurrA" tntn the, Ca
nal Zone and arrested there,,
una alleges he u being aepnv-
it. nt hit MlAl rinht without
due process of law. The law-
yer auo ciams vnai nw ch ch-ent'i
ent'i ch-ent'i detention is not by trtr trtr-tue
tue trtr-tue of any court order.
An iarlnr ftn th wrl t. at.
which time Pang wiu appear ne-
rnra T.n msrnnu ijixixict. i nun
haa lwm Mt fnr FridaV. W was
arrested and Jailed on June 20
xne wrii Directs tne cmei oi
police and also the acting sta station
tion station r.nmmnrii t Cristobal to
release the Chinese prisoner so
mat ne may appear in court tji
Th Paoifli. Siftn mimhpri of
llbe VFW Teener Ail-Star basebaU
team accompanies by manager
pt rnrriuan their oarenti and
young ladyJriends, will travel to
tne Atlantic aiae dy dui oauirusy,
to attend a dance being held that
night at the Elks two, uraww
Rmnk. under the anonsorship of
VFW Pnct M78. -J
Th nt .nrnteedi of the dance
will i into a fund to pay the ex
penses of the team when they
.. ai I. Inmiat
travel to Mersney, ru
to compete in the National VFW
BaseDaii xournaraeut. v,-
The bus will leave Balboa "Sta
dium at S p.m. and all persons
making the trip are requested m
meet there at mat ume
trw ifil.is Calif..' Juna 27
IllPi- TTnlnn fill Onmmnv nf
California will begin drilling of
its first oil well wnnin Bounda
ries' of the Republic of ranama
aa innn aft rtrilllno' aauioment
arrives at the site, company of-
iiciais said toaay. r
ThA new weii. Tr De locatea
lust annt.h nf the Panama-Costa
Rica border in the province of
uocas oei ioro, wiu oe part ui
tne company a expansion in on
fields along the Caribbean coast.
Company oniciais saw oriu-
fnor alreadv rnntrncted for.
would begin in time to comply
Hfh thm Panamanian pnvern-
ment's prospecting concession
union on s nas mireaay uni
j within the Costa Rican Repub
lics oounaanea. one nas prov proved
ed proved to be of value for commercial
production, the officials said.
WAKHTNflTOlf. June 27 (UP)
SiMretarv nf Rtftte John Foster
Dulles said toaay tnat nu
anti-Ktaiin ramnaiem has thrown
international communism Into
"a state or perplexity ana una
greatly weakened Moscow's con control
trol control of foreign communist par
tr a eel a red. Hlnternatlonal
Mmmnnlim la in a atate of Der-,
nieritv and at internal odds be
cause certain nasic truuu nave
caught up with it.'
rhiiUa -aaM f.hese truths are
(u mmmunLtm has "ereat 011-
flcultv'? In beim effective In a
niri var without the "brutal
terrorism" of the Stalin era and
(2) lron-Xlstea rule win noi ne
tnleratet tnrever unless It DrO
duces a string of victories.,.
Dulles said there have been no
recent victories. ,.- .
1 .. -He
said the recent anti-Sta-Ha
speech by Soviet Commu Communist
nist Communist Party boss Nikita Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev has touched off a wave of
discontent and dissatisfaction
in the communist world.
niilloa aaM thla i-nnfrnnta in
tematlonal enmmnnTsm with an
almost impossible dilemma.
TliiTtea eonHnned however
fhat t.h revolt, affainst. the wav
iJosef Stalin controlled the com-
languges.. Presumably those fail- won't continue to be an affinity
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US Diplomats Must
Speak At- Least!
WASHINGTON, June 27 (UP) -The
State Department is prepar preparing
ing preparing to give most of Its diplomats
a language exam to m axe sure
they know either French, German
Thne who eant mesV a fftretffn
tongue wiU be given an "opportu
nity to team one oi tne worm
GUATEMALA CITY, Julie 27--ftra
Ik.. ..i.rnmmiinl.it exiles in M-'X-
ico and jsi saivauui ww
tv. atat of aieue in
iiiiijuots vaav v
Guatemala, a1- gov e r n m n i
spokesman saia last iunu
a 4H. atnned hv Castillo
I put the country under full mill-
- Im tt name
tarv control yeeruj. i
in tne waxe.oi gumwt,
.. niu. in which four per
sons were killed and at least 20
injured. : ..
The government charged that
the violence was .inspired oy
Communist agitators rroma-
broad., More tnan auu,.pwy"
were reported, arrestee
Throa fira ctntinnc now linger fhi !ur!dicfion of tht 1
United States Navy will come under the control of the
Canal Zone Government July 1 as the first step in conso consolidation
lidation consolidation of all fire fighting activities in the Canal Zone. V
The three fire stations are those at Rodman, Cocoli.
land Coco Solo. -
The fire stations will be manned by 36 locality rat
firemnn haw mnlnvad bv the Navv who are beina trans-
... ... r i i r.
ferred to the Panama Canal organization, and by a group
Director-General of N9Uo"fPof fire officers who are United States citizens.
S-T the officrJLore civilian employes of the Navy
stern emergency jmenomco rirerignrinq rorce una tne rcmuinucr win v uiiiyncu iium
the Canal Zone Government firefighting organization.
Also on July 1, the fire station at Gatun will be staff staffed
ed staffed by locality rate firemen with United States citizen of
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Plan forrthe language check
were riisrlnsed Vesterdaviat a
meetingef the advisory commit-
. T I .1.1. l
ice lur me siic uepuruucui i
Foreign Service Institute.
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"V ... . J NIA Radla-Telepheto)
TiviMXO AT SOVliET RECEPTION Comm unist Party hlef NftiU Kirushchev (left),
Mar Georgi ZhuSov.(center), and UA Air Force chief Nathan IVtaln, in together lor
a talk during the Soviet Air Force Day dinner held ia the Army Club in Moscow
degre bt control has been
greatly weakened and it wiu pe
difficult for, Russia's new. lead leaders
ers leaders to regain this tight1 control
unless the .'free, world loses' its
unity and vigor. ,. o
a ma Invnlvlnir a chauffeur'
eharseH Hth rer.klesa driving
while on n emergency call with
a doctor waa airea waay m
Balboa Magistrate's Court
' H Dim l.f law IlIlVCI. 11"
f VULC w..w w
vnor-nM Flint HowelL ft, Pana
manian, was speeainj t
imately 80 mllea aa hour last
aotnisriatf fiTTPmnoTi on uaiuaiu
Highway, and ran two private,
. .1 J Ta.A lelabf
Cars Oil uie xunu. nw
claimed lie wai doing not more
Tha ef.nnffi.ir VAX lummonf
CU bU iawa
Ul AI1CUD IU HIWWCA W ta
gency call from Gorgas HospitaJ
tnat a cnua naa vcea
Gamboa. '-.' I
XSnmrnWrn mIi naaaenner In the
official car, which waa sent to
the absence oi an anujuic
was Dr. Hunt. Today the doctor
took the stand to testify that he
felt they were travelling fast be because
cause because they .were on a mission, of
mercy "to save fe." h.
t ma time did I feel tPtire-
k.nolu. nf mv life, or the ttVCS
of others wnue in me car,
When Balboa Magistrate jonn
E. Deming asked Hunt whetner
h. hoH onre or twice cautioned
tha drlnr rfnrlnff the trio to
"take it easy" and alow down
the doctor replied in wie auir-
u. aaM Vie nnlv cautioned
Howell when they seemed, to be
approacmna- or pnaa"iK """
car, and once he told the driver
t .inn itiam nerauHe ne wu
OI"" "v '
taking Instruments out of his
"If I naa oeen wamumy -an
ambulance Hunt added,
"this case would never harm
come before the court.1 H
pointed out that he consider considered
ed considered the official sedan in which
he was rushing to Gamboa to
be "in the nature of an ambu ambulance,"
lance," ambulance," since no' ambulance
bo m inibihi at the time.
Ttt inrio-a remarked that it
nevertheless was not an ambu ambulance,
lance, ambulance, and was not marked as
an amero'enev ear: f- v
"The pfuouc naa no way m
knowing you were rusmng to an
emergency caH,. the J u d I
Hunt aaia mat uie anver view
his horn many times when tney
were about to pass a car. Two
nrivalx rant were run off -the
hum fiiTrina' T.nia mnnpni. ac
cording to testimony brought out
' Vhm Balrina WaiHutral took
tha, eaca. under advisement, and
Hunt asked permission to return
to his wore at uorgas.
sure public order in view of the
alleged communist conspiracy..
Ortii said tne governmeuv nu
evidence that pro communist
Guatemalan exiles are fostering
. unininnrv movement a-
gainst the Castillo regime from
the frontiers wnn Mexico
'The state of siege, which In Included
cluded Included censorship of the domes-
fi anri fnreiofi nreks. reOlaced a
miiH.r "otate of alarm" Dro-
iclaimed Sunday to counter the
alleged Communist plot to over
throw Castillo. i ,.:
the sUW, ot iege in connection
with Monday's orders. Another
35 persons' had been taken into
custody since -Sunday, he said.
French Reds Seek
Ahti-Staljn Lme l
'HAPTS June H7 fin?)' The
Vannh rnmmnnlut rmrt.v dis
closed today, it has sent a high-
level deiegauon to Moscow.iap
narentlv to seek ruldance I on
how to manage i the new inti,
Stalin line. : -v
vwrhea ennsnlidat.lnna Includ
ing the Army and Air Force fire fire-fighting
fighting fire-fighting forces will be made later
as trained personnel become
In order to Starr tne oiner
consolidated fire stations, a
m'nimum of 70 locality rite
firemen are being employed
hy the Canal Zone -vern-
T tf i h i U, i.J i i
the Balboa fire district and, 17
to the Cristobal fire district.
The newly ; recruited firemen
fiu ha riven an intensive course
of training which will last -between,
three and. four months.
I At the end of the training pe
riod, they will oe assigned w m
various fire stations. v ;
af that, time the remainlne
Army and Ah- Force stations will
be taken over by the canai zone
Government. ' v.
nrrKon t.ha ennxnllri'ation 13
complete, 14 fire stations will be
In operation in tna canai cone
under the direction of the. Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Government.
i These will be: Fort Kobbe,
Rodman, Cocoli, Balboa, Curun.
du, Corozal, Pedro Miguel, Mad
den Wye, Gamboa,' Fort Sher Sher-man.
man. Sher-man. Cristobal. Coco Solo, Mar
garita and Gatun.
The rolling equipment of the
r.nnsollnrited fire fltrht.lncr snrvlpa
es will consist of 18 rmnwi en.
gines and five
h w.ll bt
ROOSEVELT AUD HER NEW ANGLED DECK
Tha U.S.S. Franklin D.
anrM'i third larffeat vessel.
arrived in Balboa this morning on
the first leg of her maiden posi posi-.nnia
.nnia posi-.nnia vnvice around Caoe
Horn en route to Florida and re-
. jtv with the Atianue Jfieei.
Uliu w vj I
The Roosevelt, recenuy recora-
missioned foUowing a two-year pe4 One day out of Panama an ela
servists nd the' ship's "company of In command of the RomMwett' is
&,wai oiuccri auu men wm i j
bye to Panama on Friday, en standing aviator-pnysicisi wun .an
route to Callao, Peru, -v 4 impressive recore u
Also aboard are 15 guests of the match the ship. ;
f v. x'..,., mb will Alnntr with hi mora than two dOZ
observe carrier shinboard routine en U.S. and foreign decorations,
during the 40-day cruise. Hayward has contributed signiii
riod of modernizauon at the Puget
Sound naval shipyard in Bremer Bremerton,
ton, Bremerton, Wash., is the first Midway
class carrier to bear the distinc
tion of making the ls.ooo-mue cir circuit
cuit circuit of South America twice.
Ch la alan earrvlna what is be.
ii.verf to be a record number of
passengers for the trip 3,i
cant achievements in the nuclear
research field, and is possessor of
a master a degree in nuciear puy-
itnnn denirinra from Balboa Fri
day, the Roosevelt will make four four-dny
dny four-dny stops at Callao, Peru; Valpa.
isssenxeii iur me ui -----.
Nearly 500 Wast Coast Naval Re-eager to get their revgnga.
borate initiation ceremony is sched scheduled
uled scheduled for unfortunate "Pollywogs"
(men who have never crossed the
Equator) aboard, who are in tne
majority by a ratio of nearly 10 to
A1J UCk.tlkanlr aa
. ....,;..n.. 1.... whnii-tian rhile- ann Rin de Janeiro.
have already experienced the aches! Brazil, arriving in Mayport, FW-
and pains oi similar uiiuauooi, axcnaa, uei ww jivui yw
. ... : l a
tiuns to the consoliiliu I 5
ice. The Air Force a :
will continue to have
slbillty for crash fire l
In ease of any plane ar
while the Navy will ban -fighting
on Ha own veso
-icar.h of t.ha aervlp.es. A
Navy and Air Force will r
responsibility for fire prr -and
Inspection work wi '.
The consolidated fire f
oro-anlzatlon will he hp?
two district chiefs: w. F.
for the Pacific slde.'and
Casswell for the Atlantic
Four new cantaincles v
established, with the r
to be filled by the prom
fire lieutenants. For B.v
new -Bntnina will he P
ham and Albert 3. Mat
Cristobal captamg win t
Tabor and E. L. Cotton.
A new rank, that of d
ter, ls.beins; created. This
filled by w. G. Doian ?
been, until recently, in c'
the Canal Zone Civil
.Section.' v '..-,
He will hold the .ranK
tain an4 will he BS.sitrnf 1
Office of the Civil Aah
Resdyiaq To Ic
Waller Reed IC
WASHINGTON, June 27
President Eisenhower n
tine in 'shape to "walk
Walter Reed Army Ho
week end by eating stc
a day and walking as i.
he likes in his hospital
nia news aecretarv. Ji"
gerty, has not annom 1
exact time when the i
utive will leave the ho'
he aalri the President V. i.i
out" sometime between r.
the week- end.
The President plans t
his Gettvsburir. Pa., f.
he and Mrs. Etsenhow-'-
ebrate their 40th wea
Mr Wsenhower eot m
nected day off from of.
ties yesterdav because, ;
said the White House ?'
"nothin to put before"
spent the day reaoins t
pers, listening to mi
pafeplng and stroll!;
the bedroom, livlne r
au" oor"! of h's ho;
The President rpf
ahhrevtnted official s
day when hie met wHa
aide, Rherman Doupi
er members of the Vi e
Haeerty said Mr. F
now has "complete 1
walk around his ho s
and has been eating 1 i
food, steak, twice a t ?
TVEDXESDAY, JTXE 27, 1'
f ACS TWO
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Mxt T Itfrari era pmblatfi ia the rtfr4.
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THE MAIL BOX
I ; NIXON SAID TO HAVE "SYNTHETIC QUALITY
A friend la New Jersey has .sent me AfHL?
"0t ITu WmSUe ha, already cleared
: but beea at 1(4 to explain since the vtot Fgg
"""Panama a year and a half ago. I met him several tlmea
htoself pleasant and did little If anything here that was open W
I 'eiMi formed the definite opinion I -did not want to see this
man In the White House. .. ; v,
I it ioma toe ago. but we wul not advance as evidence of our
j vtoS ?he'fact thafwe never doubted Niming-
S Sessto run again. Whatever may be said about the Vice-President,
he's not dumb. : -, i-. ij rA th other
mat me otn a jrctW f nr
rPrtniewed T witoout to thS caM7benem of Dr.
teK3n2S we uSa-Tt burtons feeling of dismay, deep to to-S
S to-S rortt weWca? only too easily
fflSf mnTa een assiduously and successful im im-'pr
'pr im-'pr soSfe, W .typ. ij the dgMj American, and yet
S if hf we ?arXlrSmXs
ffl that fa not lust a masterpiece of public-relations tech-
StiS&ffSSL and incredibly ntIUjJJ
documented arguments. has such a capacity
in prummcnu a "V,. ..tanfi. uch a re-
fnr fissioninst our nauonai uniuj. . Hfat., w
i'No other man
for fissioning our nauonai '"V.irntAf the United States."
to sign this
ontVu: a nation
s setting v
minimum wage of the Panami
W owned by toe United States
KTnHa t.hp irorrr or it uuu n "j.. ,a
. minimum wage iw w """"1, the Canal Zone Is. Uke Guam, an
and American Samoa ffoo with as she pleases.
.xiu -j j" iVw ia ro.Tia.1 Zona and Witn ranaina
But she can do with the canai sone im .
dide so much for "nftyen hVlv Ar HX of
tig.it, and that she trt? andfoT that matter, by the
the 1903 Hay-Bunau-Varilla treaty na ior arneriQln? the
1936 and 1955 treaties which fa to Frencgman
1903 treaty. m iv he had forgotten his seal
eteS VaSdoZ and .being done wlto the Ana&j
actually it is au a couwu,. 7
By VICTOR RIESEL
There are tourists with a sense
of the macabre and with iron tom-
adis. Tbey plan to vacation in
Russia. When they are about to
leave the last Soviet city before
taking off for the outer capitalist
world, tney wul discover mat
thcv must lien a statement on
their impressions of the Socialist
' paradise '
V. these impressions are as frig
id as Moscow weather and tbey
say so they may not make their
plane for several months. So
Russia's Intourist Service is con
fident it will have quite a batch of
pleasant reactions-neatly signed-
to turn over to Nikita Krushchev
fur his coy. global "Operation
Actually Tovarisch Nikita really
needs very little for his campaign
to convince some folks that Mother
Russia is rapidly becoming man's
beft friend. American Communists
are so convinced that the political
stuosphere has sharply changed
in the U.S. that they are becoming
brasher than ever. You may soon
bear how they have been thumbing
their noses at Federal judges, Con-
gressional officials and the Justice
Dept. in the belief they won't be
punished or brought to trial for
anything they do.
I have in mind one particularly
anogant chap by the name of
Jetf Kibre, alias Barry Wood, who
flippantly defied the Senate Sub
Committee on Internal Security. Be
got up on the witness stand Thurs
day and seemed rather hurt that
anyone should take seriously any
marges that he had been helome
narry snages attempt 10 uuu
urate the militarily strategic docks
on the eastern waterfront which
feed atomic and hvdroeen air bases
from tha Arctic to North Africa.
So little has happened to those
wno nave defied or mocked Con
gressional committee! that thii
Jell Kibre sneered at some of our
Senators and calmly walked back
to his headquarters to continue his
I want to fell you about Jeff
Kibre because this short nmfil
of an operative will give a picture
of the pro-Communist snnsratn In
wis country wnicn may startle you
even in wis day or cynicism and
what I call the big yarn genera
Another Kremlin Dove
I V ..II ....1 S i II
WASHINGTON Len HaU. the
astute and genial chairman of the
Republican national committee,
held a night meeting with part
of his GOP "staff three days af after
ter after Eisenhower's operation.
, -Listen," he told them, pound-
uis usi on ine taoie. "It s
still Eisenhower all tha way."
Chairman Hall obviously was
not interested in the wishes of
tne man who had just undergone
a serious, sudden major opera operation,
tion, operation, nor in the views of Ike's
wife, or his son John. Nor did
he seem to care that the medical
facts about tha President's latest
illness as given by other eminent
specialists do not seem to jibe
to be as high as 65 per cent, wit:
a series of repeated operation
sometimes necessary to, remov.
additional sections of the intes
tine. , t
Dr. Van Patter states that th
causes of the disease are unkno w
and no cure has yet been founc
It chiefly occurs in young adult
and "is characterized clinicail
by abaominal cramps, diarrhea
fever, lost weight, anemia, pen
toneal abscesses, and fistulas,':
he reported. : j
"The terms are characterizet
by a granulomatous necroUzinj
(putrefying) ulcerating and cica
trixing process frequently accoij;
uiuiui.es uer ne was onn h. .m.i ,.Ti v
By PETER EDS0I1
partment of Agriculture's original
idea to keep the soil bank plan
from being converted into a glori glorified
fied glorified crop insurance plan in this
year's' drought and flood areas
turns out to be all wrong. Farmers
with damaged crops will now be
The Jeff Kibre who took the!ble to P nd taJje acreage re-
WASfflNGTON (NEA) De- make an adjustment In yields for
drougnt, uood or ouer aonornui
conditions in estimating the loss
of production for purposes of es
tablishing rates of compensation."
In soite of these clear directive
from Congress, when Secretary of
Agriculture Ezra T a 1 1 Benson
made bis early .June swing
serve and get benefits.
-The misunderstanding seems to
have arisen from the fact that
Department of Agriculture law lawyers
yers lawyers and experts didn't correctly
interpret the intent of Congress.
The Senate version of the farm
hill rfirweteri nnlr that tha Seer.
tary of Agriculture start the toil
bank program with the 1956 pro
gram "to tne extent mat ne deems
This led to in assumption there
would be no serious effort to get
the soil back underway jthiryear.
The Jlouse lof Representatives
version of the bill, however, di
rected that the soil bank be start
ed with 1956 crops. And when
stand in Washington Thursday
morning is the same Jeft Kihr
who built the pro-Communist un-
der-cover machine in Hollywood.
This set-up cave the nrodueeri
and legitimate union people much
trouble there for over a Red de
Kibre came' out of Philadelphia
away oack in the early thirties.
When he came to the notice of the
movie industry, he was a myster
ious power in a small independent
union. ; .--..i- .'.(-..
He was chief officer for the Unit
ed Studio Technicians' Guild, Which
tried to smash the AFLs skilled
studio workers union. From 1934 to
1939 Kibre was a powerhouse in
lTAl1wmrjMi D..J... I iL.l
thh.TK7S conferees met
pro,. Communiat unHMirroun tn to compromise' their- differences,
make certain they could keep their
CREDIT FOR CREDE
There have been a
critical oivreoB . kriow t for 0ne enjoy
as a tcsuh 01 vn"i uu
h Snopponent suggested'
. I certainly cast my vote for his suggestion, but for an entirely
- ATo herdTnounced him for rrrKS'S
' -the President's Illness. Maybe I misread Crede's article; one of
lsePem7 to have. At any rate I Wto-""
a letter as vituperative as tne oue wiitcu vtiuiuA v.
couple of articles in the Mall Box
I do not expect mm w
THE MCSICAL INTERLUDES
We should stop complaining about the' musical Interludes,
and start thinking of some wavs to Improve the necessary in interruption
terruption interruption to the program. CFN will probably appreciate any
guggestions aent Jn to them. I've heard criticism about the
drawings thas are shown. ' "
Well, how about having a contest where we, the public send
In drawings or maybe we could request the song? which are
played during this intermission. Why not print the words to
the notjular current tunes like the "Son? Fests" they used some,
times to have in the movies where everybody sings together?.
These are just a couple of small suggestions to give you the
idea. Think about it for a while and we may turn up with a
really enjoyable few minutes we may find ourselves looking for for-wnrd
wnrd for-wnrd to. So let's all stop grumbling and start trying to help
TV mature into the good entertainment and educational medi medium
um medium that it Is destined to be.
Don't sil and wait
for "Udy Lock-, T." .'.
Go and meet her ...
It's a "must" for
effective selling .
Kibre was rolling like a Red Air
Force run through over the Krcm Krcm-un,
un, Krcm-un, when he came up against one
of those silly coincidences whicn
nave toppled empires.
There was considerable litiga litigation
tion litigation in Hollywood those days. He
was subpoenaed in one of these
cases, instead of quietly reporting
he was sick or lust in T.w. Tnw
on doctors' orders, Kibre defied
- So the Marshals went around la
hu apartment. He refused to open
the door. They opened it without
ocpefit of the lock.. Through the
sp.intered frame they saw Kibre
trying to burn some papers. These
Were seized and later raid tntn
Congressional testimony by Roy
brewer, men a stage nanus union
quiciai ana now an Allied Artists
These papers, according to Con Congressional
gressional Congressional testimony, were copies
of reports Kibre had dispatched
over the years to Harry Bridges,
then California CIO chief and to
Roy Hudson, then the Communist
Party labor boss.
The AFL newspaper In Los An Angeles
geles Angeles printed them and Kibre was
finished in Hollywood where his
assignment had been to take con control
trol control of the movie city's glamor
people and studio technicians. He
was then to use them si s haim
for building a nation wide pro-
Mviet entertainment union at ano..
000 actors, vaudevillians and stage
Having been exposed, Kibre shift shifted
ed shifted to the Fisherman's Union and
was again ; working with : Harry
Bridges. Kibre got mixed uo in
Federal court action against" the
Fisherman's outfit and Bridges dis dispatched
patched dispatched him to Washington where
he has gotten an assist from sev several
eral several Congressmen, who don't know
what they're really doing.
Kibre commuted between Wash Washington
ington Washington and the New York Water Waterfront
front Waterfront where he worked with a fel
low called Irving Charles Velson,
infiltrating the racket ridden east
But despite this' record Kibre
looked very surprised when Ques
tioned by Senators last week and
got off the stand and went on his
the House language was adopted.
Section 103 of the law provides
that the aereage reserve may In Include
clude Include land not planted for a 1956
crop, or land Planted and cupped,
or plowed under before dates to
be set later. T r :
Section 105 provides further
that ... "The Secretary shall
through the Midwest, he declared
in a speech before, a Dairy Day
festival at Beaver Dam, Wis.:
"We should not make the sou
bank oyer, into' a type of crop in
surance mat a tanner can taxe
out after his crop has failed." i
This statement really threw mud
in the legislative machinery. Rep.
W.If. Poage tD-Tex),' floor man manager
ager manager for the bill in the House, de declared
clared declared that "This bill, in plain
words, says that farmers shall
have the right to put their, land
in the soil, whether or not
planted: to the" t production J'of a
19j6 crop. It includes those, farm farmers
ers farmers who don't have, a good crop
now. They can put part of their
land in the soil bank." v ."'
Back in Washington after his
Midwest swing, Secretary Benson
says he got a lot of questions
from farmers on the soil bank,
but be refused to make policy de
cisions in the field. The law was
too complex. Lawyers were still
In his Beaver Dam speech,' the
Secretary says he was talking
about the long-range, conservation
reserve program. He admits that
criticism is probably justified be.
cause he did not distinguish be
tweea the emergenc y, 1956
acreage reserve and long-range
conservation for later years.
Where this seems to leave the
situation is that there will be no
crop insurance type payments in
1957-60. but this year, yes, there
will be. : '
How much these Payments will
be and how many farmers will be
able to collect them can't be de
termined now. Crop damage from
drought and flood has not been
surveyed. And no sou Dank con
tracts have yet been signed with
farmers tor compliance.
it appears now that the max!
mum any farmer can put in the
acreage reserve this year is one-
half of his allotment, or 30 acres,
whichever is greater. V
nil-' ax4 ...-...' !.-.. .?".;..'
'It i farmer's' vrop, planted1 this
year, is completely destroyed, he
will get an appraised yield pay
ment wnicn wui dc not less man
$6 an acre. On winter wheat land,
if the farmer couldn't plant a
crop for harvest this year because
of drought or flood, lie could get
a minimum h an acre.
Secretary Benson makes a
rough estimate that1 as many as
50 per cent of the farmers in dust
bowl or flooded areas might be become
come become eligible for these payments
War In Making?
: By BOB RUARK'
I do not know what President
Sukarno of Indonesia had on his
shrewd Oriental mind in his re recent
cent recent trip through the United States
and Canada unless it was mon money
ey money and what the British call
smarm, or buttering up the sucker.
But I can tell you what he does
have on bis shrewd Oriental mind
when he is home in Indonesia,
and that is Dutch New Guinea,
one-half of the largest island in the
The croundwork for anschluss
ts already laid there, and World
War III could start there. I could
come close to starting it myself
with sufficient smuggled funs.
The No. 1 Indonesian aim at the
moment is the annexation of Dutch
New Guinea, thereby driving the
Dutch entirely out of that end of
the world. v. ;
To give you soma idea of how
i i!nv,v m m m
global troubles start, one-half of Chinese don't beat them to the
New Guinea the best piece ofjdriw there will be a bowl iu
iebensraum left in an overcrowdedi Australia you will be able to hear
East is administered by $us-in wasnington. - ;
fslia. Papua is an Australian ter,- Australia is all alone out there
ntory. Jonusn iiew uuuiea, u uiv A.V.U1V, ui-
It is this SDrexdinff nrnrmt ttio-
makes the disease dangerous and
was undoubtedly one reason foi
the emergency 3, a.m.- operation!
Dr. Van Patter presented s
study of 297 Mayo patients whu
were followed up more than two
years after operation on or pari
tial removal of the lower bowel,1
In 190 cases the disease recurred
again, or a percentage of 64. The
deaths in this group numbered 224
Sixty.two additional operal
tions were performed, 53 at Mayq
Clinic and 11 elsewhere.. The high
-o. icvuitcun uuuiuer was Ofl a&
small intestine, as in the case 0
Another study of 267 cases
smau-bowel removal showed 18 v
recurrences, or a little over
WORSE FOR YOUNGER PEOPLE
the operating table by Mai. Gen.
Leonard D. Heaton.
And unpleasant as It Is fa dii-
cuu the man who the American
people hope and pray will recov recover
er recover quickly and permanently, it is
imperative that the public know
the absolute truth, not merely
know what Chairman Len Hail
thinks they should know.
The voting electorate either
made a mistake or else was not
given all the facts regarding
Franklin Roosevelt in 1944. and
the deception by Democratic pol politicians
iticians politicians at that time should not
condone similar deception by Re
publican politicians. -
Accordingly, here are the facts
as explained by two eminent spe specialists
cialists specialists and as taken from the
Medical Journal "gastroenterol
ogy of March, 1954, official pub
lication of the American Gastro Gastroenterological
enterological Gastroenterological Association. ?
Dr. David Rutstein. head of the
Department of Preventive Medi
cine, at the Harvard School of
Preventive Medicine is authority
tor the opinion that the President's
ileitis is a choronic disease and
that statistics prove it often recurs
within one-yeav:'"" ;;.''..:
DOCTORS vs. POLITICS ;
TW Ptitotaln .f af Ail 4Ma ah an
educational television' program to?l,JSS?2hf1,diS0-?1
cooperation with, Harvard Univer- ent: Recurre" jPnt also -de-sity
in Boston on June U. Whenlond n hw 'on )e WWt
nhoned him tfl confirm tne .""u,'1?v'
auotes. I also askad whether the were suP1
President-would be able to reaw- P" -nywero,
ar .,iffirian tn mn ln !nyoer; uis personal pnysiciau, iu
"It's not a doctor's business to" uiib hi;a
in me spring 01 ivm ana went
to Key West for two months to
recuperate. He also had a severe
attack of stomach trouble which
was never really diagnosed,- in
i v ... r er
rsru in may, mac. tit iuucku
another attack during the Ameri-J
can Society of Newspaper Fditors'
meeting in April 1953, and had:
a seizure after a stag dinner in
tha White House last March short-f
ly- after he announced that he
would run again.. News of mos;
Dr. Van Patter also reportei
that - numerous 1 1 complications'
may follow, moiuding abscesses,
obstructions, anemia, and arthri arthritis.
tis. arthritis. ,,: -'.
The disease -usually occurs inf
younger people, and one saving
factor in the President's case is
that the recurrence rate is not sof
high in Older persons. In this age
group tne recurrence rate is es-i
answer political questions," he re replied,
plied, replied, "and I don't think any oth other
er other physician should, either," ob-j
viously referring to the amazingly
quick statement of General Hea
ton that Ike was fit to run again.
Dr. Samuel Games of the Poly
clinic Hospital in New York also
emphasized the probably recur
rence of the intestinal disease and
the distinct possibility that an
other .operation would be nec
essary. x .. ,, ....... 1 --- -o-.
"The percentage or recurrence 1 01 mese was mppresu.
is?up to 50 per, eenC Drv .Gaines 'However
explained.. "Some, fecaf material.tlie Presiut-i.i. i f 1
IlULlCUUy iUi u.y.y .....
eight years. He was in fact t...
only general officer during the
war who. had a full-time doctor!
detailed to him.
is certain to pass through the by.
passed portion of tne intestine,
which may entail another, opera operation."
tion." operation." Dr. Gaines, who said he voted
for Eisenhower and had previous
ly planned to do so again, has
performed the same operation
many times and pointed out that
the doctors must have known the
President had this condition or
they would not have been able to
diagnose and operate so quicKiy.
"If this is so," Dr. Gaines point pointed
ed pointed out, "then all the facts regard regarding
ing regarding the President's .physical con condition
dition condition were not given to the pub pub-lic."'
lic."' pub-lic."' -
MAYO STUDY OP ILEITIS
Dr. Rutstein suggested that the
best study of the President's dis disease
ease disease has been written by -Dr.
Ward Van 1 Patter of the Mayo
i Clinic in "Gastroenterology" of
March, 1954. Reference to this
medical journal disclosed 'that re recurrence
currence recurrence of the disease is found
is now a United Nations trust but
run by Australia. The Dutch, in
theory, run tne otner nan oi .uie
Island.--., v-vn.-w. V:.
,ln the Dutch half, the Indone Indonesian
sian Indonesian language is now being taught
in the schools. I didn't see one
pme-bred Dutchman in Hollahdia
or Biak when I was. there three
months ago. All I saw, everywhere,
weie half-caste Dutch-Indonesians.
Well, maybe the pilot of the KLM
plane that took me to Manila was
all Dutch. I didn't see him.
! The Dutch don't have a hope
of banging onto Dutch New Guin
ea. When the Indonesians lane
over if the Japs or the Red
rounded by brown and black and
ye'low peoples. Her bastion is New
Guinea. When the Indonesians
move in, Australia almost has to
declare a war. ;
If Australia -'declares a war,
there ia little the British Com Commonwealth
monwealth Commonwealth can do but .march with
her. And it. Great Britain goes ma major
jor major .league into battle, here We
go again, kids, because the other
nationalists out thataway will go
with the color and the creed,
I have had old New Guinea hands
tell me with flat calm that they
could take Dutch New Guinea right
now if sufficient small arms could
be smuggled onto the blind and
distributed by the half-caste In-
nonesians to the natives and the
Undoubtedly, something of that
nature is going on at the moment
It is today a potential replica of
the. Indo-Chinese mess with the
exception that the French still live
The Australian is not bolstered
oy a mendly Europe and a near
by United States. The Aussie's all
aione, with a pitiful 10 million peo
ple ana a nroaa ring 01 hostile,
colored, overpopulated people lick
ing their lips and looking wishful
ly at Mew Guinea, from which
Australia is a mere minute away.
The Japs want New Guinea, and
so do the Chinese. Because New
Guinea means Australia eventual eventually.
ly. eventually. -..-' ...;.-;
The tactical value of Australia
was bitterly illustrated in the Jap
war when, if we'd have lost the
Solomons, we'd have lot Australia,
and maybe the war.
I am no pundit, but I have one
advantage. I am a reporter, and
I left Indonesia, Australia, and
New Guinea inside of the last
seven months. This is more than
I can say of most of our Far
And I can tell you one thing
more. If. it's money Sukarno want wantedand
edand wantedand what else could he have
been doing here? it ain't fire
Here and There
Answer to Previoua Puxzle
1 Near and
4 Beyond the
13 ; Maria"
14 as I lamb
15 white ;
18 Eating away
SO A happy
26 War god
32 Chest of
35 Eye drops
39 Not worth
43 Germ free
'49 Pushed down
51 and tuck
:, 92 Great Lake
64 Golf mound
56 Very (FT.)
1 Passage fee
. from here to
here to there
7 Female sheep
I From r
t Walking stick 28 Place of
10 Prayer ending wocsnip
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' u. A rill lor L T l uTFr
. 1 fcH i-! -1 1
In i:"T CTaT 'TI
nTr :i i
17 Centaur -19
. from here
to there -23
24 Get from here
31 Put in a
41 Grants ;
42 Fruit drink
46 French head
1 to there, cat! 33 Happen again 50 Seaport
25 Every one 38 inferior
1KB j 11 17 I U V jo it
2 r" r-""""
3 3 b
TIT "i .. JT p ;p
--BXaa, 'iiit wJi hLa.
' r ; -r-
"Okay, now Jet me see YOUR tonsils!"
crackers he's going to buy with it
WEDXESDAT, JTXE 27. -1956
THE VaNAMA. AMERICAS AN INDEPENDENT DADLT NEWSPAPER
V UKINKS TEA -SEES SNAKES -lea time dull? -invite
onus unusual guests. Qeorge Boyce of London. England,
gathers his pets about him when he imbibes in the'daUy root!
His reptile friends, which George keeps in his home, include
Toby, an Indian-Starred tortoise; Nimrod, a seven-year-old
Sill eater, four and one-half ft inns- ntt c,u. . '.
f. boa constrictor which likes to wrap itself about the tea-sippin
iJoyces neck."" ''. v
Ccngress To Probe 'Erroneous' ;
Atomic Picture Given In Paid Ads
Fcr Abrlicn D.Elh
Of Ycung Mis!res$;
NEW YORK. June 27 (UP)
!judg Mitchell D. Schweitzer sen-
iC'ivcu x uuuma v. wu-im. a j
old harness salesman. to.BVi to 20
years in prison yesterday for the
abortion death of his 20-year old
mistress, Jacqueline Smitn. -The
nale youth made an elo
quent plea for mercy which last lasted
ed lasted 20 minutes and covered the
fields of philosophy, history and
Judge Schweitzer replied that ne
was snocKea oy uamei a ic
of a feeling of guilt or contrition"
in the death of the young LeDanon,
Pa., fashion designer. i
-. Daniel was convicted Hay 29 on
charges of first degree man manslaughter
slaughter manslaughter for the death last Christ-
man Vv of Miss Smith. Daniel's
co-defendant, Leo Pijuan, pleaded
guilty and testified against yaniei.
Miss Smith's body was never
found. It was dismembered by
Pijuan and he and Daniel dispos disposal
al disposal of the bits of flesh in gar-
hae rans and waste baskets.
Daniel told Schweitzer, "No one
Ztot even Miss Smith's parents
hrs more right than I to ugni a
candle for this girl and to feel the
sorrow and remorse that L feel.
"But I shall not shed tears of
sorrow and remorse, but of under-
standing. She came to me with no
religious belief and principles, and
no way oi me.
' WASHINGTON, June 27 (UP)
- A congressional investigation
" as ordered today to determine
why private power companies
spent more than ; $100,000 tc
nalnt an alleeedlv "erroneous"
s and optimistic picture of atomic
' Chairman Clarence Cannon
" (D-Mo.). disclosed that the
House appropriations Committee
voted 22 to 12, to subpena for
questioning representatives of a
big advertising agency and the
, St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
He said the committee wants
to question, oiliciaia. of N. w
Ayre and Sons roc.,; philadel philadel-Bhia.
Bhia. philadel-Bhia. about a full-page adver-
tisement riin two weeks ago In
some 50 metropolitan newspa
pers on behalf ot 131 : electric
. oower companies. He said the
ad cave "erroneous information'
about the progress of. peace-time
atomic power, w
. The committee's secret, action
was disclosed after the Joint
, Conrf'-;tnn'lrCnmmlttee. oniA
y art. -roved a bill in-
,uiH J u remove a major-road-,
( block to rapid development of i
k atomic power by private enter-
-, prise. -.( .. "h
Undeu the bill, the govern
ment would insure private oper-
: ators of atomic plants ugr.inst
damage claims "in the remote
event of a reactor accident."
Cannon said his committee al
so agreed to subpena a represen representative
tative representative of the St. Louis Post-Dis-
patch at the insistence of someCannon said,
SHOWN ARRIVING ON THE ISTHMUS Is Elder R. R. Figuhr,
General Conference President of the Seventh Day Adventlsts
accompanied by Professor A. Roth, President of the Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Division who will both spend a few days here. They
are being- greeted by-Roberto Drachenberg, acting president
and Prof Esteban Lopear Porras, treasurer of the Panama
,- t- : conference. -v .-
Republican members.. He said
they wanted to ask questions a-
bout an editorial which appear appeared
ed appeared in the newspaper last Sunday.
The editorial, cannon saia,
reported that the government's
atomic -power policy had "col "collapsed"
lapsed" "collapsed" and said Congress now,
is making an "agonizing re-appraisal."
? t t-;-;
Cannon said an 12 votes a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the double-barreled sub subpena
pena subpena motion were cast by, Re Republicans.
publicans. Republicans. He said some Repub Republicans
licans Republicans Joined Democrats In vot voting
ing voting for It. -.: '''
Asked whether he believed tne
electric power companies ran
the advertisement in an effort
to forestall any move by the
committee to vote funds for fed
eral "construction of big nuclear
reactor rjlants. Cannon said:
"Of i course. That question Is
He noted that the" advertise advertisements
ments advertisements were ruh on the day that
a House Appropriations subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee besran consideration of a
snpplcrhenur.rcquest for; ipids
for the atomic program.."
: He said representatives of both
the advertising agency and the
St. Louis Post-Dispatch have In Indicated
dicated Indicated they were willing to, testify.-,'
Spokesmen from the Atomic
Energy commission criticized a;
Inaccurate some statements' In Included
cluded Included in both the advertisement
and the editorial in secret testi
mony before the subcommittee
By OSWALD JACOB!
Written for NEA Service
Neither side vul.
Wert North Eut.
Pass 2N.T. Pass
Pass 4 a Paw
Pass Pass Pass.
Opening lead 4
USLiving Costs Soar High;
Nevy Summer Mark Expected
WASHINGTON", June 27 (UP) -The
government reported today
that the cost of living equalled the
au ume nign last month and ap
pears headed toward hew records
this summer.-:; v.T'.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics
said its price index rose four-tenths
of one per cent "between April and
May to reach 115.4 per cent of the
1947-1949 .average. This equalled
the peak reached in October 1953.
A sharp spurt in food prices was
chiefly responsible.; ;
The bureau also reported that
the weekly take-home pay: of fac
tory workers declined by about 46
cents between April and Hay, most
lv because of a shorter work week.
The average was 271.95, still a
record for the, month.
, But Hit pay doclint plus tha
riia in Mia consumer price indair.
) roultad in a drop of about on
par cant in tho purchasing pow power
er power of tho average workar'i pay
chock; :v .- ".
Tne rise in the cost of living will
mean an. automatic pay increase
uf one cent an hour for about 100, 100,-00a
00a 100,-00a workers in the aircraft indus industry
try industry and some other factories. Their
pay scales arc tied to the price
index. ; :
The report said the rise-in food
prices was the. largest such
mnnthlr increase in three years.
Ewan Clague. commissioner of
labor statistics, said food prices
probably will continue to .. rise
throi'out the summer. He also
coted that pther items in the index
are "nudging" upward and indicat indicated
ed indicated that the index may set new rec rec-vt
vt rec-vt in the months ahead. -C ; : r
The index' has been rising grad gradually
ually gradually since March. Clague said the
ceneral -strengthening of the eco
nomy in the past 18 months ap
parently- Is being reflected in uie
cwimer price index.
' At 'an example, he taid there
are indications that furniture and
home appliance prictf, declining
fnr more than a ytar, may be
firming up. This, he said, would
Mf 'tt price rise for. materials
. m the past year.
'.ue said the rise1 in food
pr.ces was partly seasonal. But he
i-iJ smaller hog marketings this
year boosted pork prices and there
have been ''sympathetic" price ris-
tr vr beef. and lamb.
Prices for most fresh fruits and
vegetables also were higher. Clague
said a heavy export demand for
potatoes also brought about a big
rise- in prices.
The bureau reported a decline
of four-tenths of one per cent in
new car orices but a substantial
increase in used car prices. Rents
went up four-tenths of one per
cent. House furnishing were down
WHO? Actress Dorothy
! Dandridge has Hollywood play playing
ing playing a guess-who game. She
confesses there are six male
admirers In her life, "one law
yer,. two film executives, One
doctor and a couple of writers
It was a British newsman who
got the confession out of her
all Hollywood reporters ever
received was a "no comment."
George Defends Foreign Aid
Spending; Floor Fight Seen
WASHINGTON. June 27 (UP)
Sen. Walter F. George said today
that "there is a -chance that con conditions
ditions conditions have so changed in the past
year that our children may be able
to avoid .the horror of another
But, the Georgia Democrat add
ed, "They will not be able to avoid
the danger" if the Senate, by hea
vy cuts in foreign military 'I aid
spending, begins to "liquidate' the
military strength 01 the free
world." '-.,.- a. ,-:-v- :
The veteran chairman of the
Senate Foreign Relations commit
tee expressed his views in a speech
prepared for the opening of Senate
debate on a bill to authorize $4.5
billion foreign aid nroeram.
"In good time we may be able
to reduce the size of our military
assistance program, but I doubt
High Court Is Leftist
Say, McCa rthy, Eastland
the wisdom of such a move this
year," George said. . ;
He urged that the Senate sunnort
the full $4.5 billion approved 13-2
by the foreign relations group. He
f aid "the good of this nation will
not be served" by Ignoring the ad
vice in lavor of the bill of Presi
dent Eisenhower, the Joint chiefs
of staff, the State Department and
WASHINGTON, June 27 (UP)
Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy (R (R-Wls.)
Wls.) (R-Wls.) accused Chief Justice Earl
Warren today of "left wing" pol
itics and said he has -oecorae a
hero" to the communist Dally
At the same time, sen. james
O. Eastland (D-Miss.) saia u
appears that a majority or uie
(Supreme court) luages are pc.
ing influenced by some secret
powerful, pro-Communist ele-
McCarthy and Eastland made
their remarks before the Senate
Internal Security subcommittee
in suppdr of bills to overturn a
recent supreme Court decision
banning security risk firings in
nnn.aanslMve vovemment 1obS.
The High Court said r resiueui
Eisenhower went too far wncn
he extended to all Federal agen agencies
cies agencies the summary dismissal pow powers
ers powers held by 11 agencies, Includ Including
ing Including the military services. State
Department and Atomic Energy
Sen. Karl Mundt (R-S D ) tes testified
tified testified that the court's decision
"strikes a mortal blow at our se security
curity security system." He and McCar McCarthy
thy McCarthy .and Eastland all have in introduced
troduced introduced separate bills to nulli nullify
fy nullify the decision.
McCarthy told the subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee that "I fiont say that he
(Mr. Warren) is-a Communist,
but there is somethm gardically
wrong with him ... I think it is
extremely unfortunate ho was
ever confirmed as chief Justice."
, He said Mr. Warren "had
practically no legal background"
and "much of his political back back-iround,
iround, back-iround, was left wing."
The chief Justice formerly
served as governor of California
and was Republican vice presi-
rient.la.1 nominee in 184H.
McCarthy dema n d e d that
Congress prevent the "Supreme
Court from "usurping iegisi
tlu anrl frecutive nowerSv
He saicf the court "la present presenting
ing presenting one of the gravest threats
to our system of government"
In the nation's history.
"Willful,' Irresponsible Judges
ire handling; our Constitution
like it was a meaningless scran
at paper." he declared. He said that a worker in a non-sensit
ongress should make securitv! government lob "doesn t have.
iirmgs permissioie to an Feeler-'be loyal
al Jobs rather than leave t
matter up to the execi
"we dont know the kind j
president we will have in
future," he said. 1
Eastland, subcommittee cH
man. said the Supreme ci
"seems to be issuing Just j
pro-Communist decision a
another." : v
He accused the court of w
ing a "pro-Communist provisii
: Despite strong appeals by George
aim oca. iucuuure rrancis ureen
(D-R.L), second-ranking Democrat
on the foreign relations group, pow powerful
erful powerful moves were building up to
make substantial cuts in the bill.
'Sen. Russell. B. Tuis fD-T.a 1 in.
(rodqeed an amendment yesterday
to limit foreign aid spending for
tne coming nscai year to the $2.7
Diiuon appropriated last year.
"When In doubt, lead trumps,"
West murmured to himself at the
beginning of today's handTaisj
may have been good advice in
the days of whist, but the role has
no place in contract bridge. It is
particularly foolish to lead trumps
against a slam contract. -
The trump lead was welcomed
by Alvin Landy. execunve man
ager of the American Contract
Bridge League, during tne recent
tournament for the Harold a.
Vanderbilt Trophy. Landy, an ex-l
pert as well as a tournament
manager, proceeded to run on tne
rest of the trumps to see what he
could find out.
It would have been safe for
East to discard all of his hearts
and one diamond.. He might have
been able to come to this con conclusion
clusion conclusion if West had opened the
deuce of hearts. With no informa
tion at all to guide mm, East
floundered and sank. At a fairly
early stage he discarded the nine
and then the lack of ciuos.
Landy saw iiast s distress ana
correctly interpreted the club dis
cards. He led the king of clubs
from his hand, forcing out the ace
snd picking up the queen at the
same time. The ten ot ciuds was
then good for his twelfth trick.
Chicago's Irish Brains In Dither
On Sunday. July 8
The "Veranito" (Indian Sum
mer) trips presented by the Pana
ma Tourist Bureau and the Colon
Chamber of Commerce under the
sponsorship of the USO-JWB Arm
ed Forces Service Center will get
underway on Sunday, July 8, and
be continued throughout the months
ot July and August. 1 r.
An airplane flight over the "con-
lir.ental Divide" and typical native
bohio settlements of the SansBlas
Islands, precedes a launch jour journey,
ney, journey, accompanied by Cuna youths
paddling their piraguas, to various
irlands. ",' ., .-
The bonafide tropical Islands,1
untouched by hamburger stands
and electric bulbs bouse the' ring ring-nosed
nosed ring-nosed Cuna women whose sons
dive for pennies and pleasure into
trie crvstai-ciear water.
Time will be allowed for pnoto-
grapns ot tne inaians ana lor por
snases of their wares.
The cost of the plane-launch trip
will be $20. A 32-passenger COPA
airplane necessitates the limitation
of people who can be accommo accommodated.
dated. accommodated. For reservations, phone
Balboa 4321, Monday through Fri Friday,
day, Friday, between 8:30 p.m. 12:30
p.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m
After 4:30 p.m. and on weekends,
CHICAGO'S IRISH Jns 1
CHICAGO, June 27 (UPWA
message In Gaelic and Yiddlsn
was en route today to the new
Lord Mayor of Dublin and it had
some of Chicago's finest Irish
brains in a dither.? s y
i Mayor Richard J. Daley sent
a warm congratulatory message
to Dublin's new chief executive
Robert Briscoe, since Briscoe Is
Jewish. Daley thought a few
lines in Yiddish would add i a
special touch. i
But are such wings consider
ed proper in correspondence to
Irish public officials? Daley was
not sure, so he called in his top
advisers on Irish protocol yes
terday. r-r-- -""" -'-
Daley pushed ahead with his
plan anyway, and dispatched ; a
bilingual letter the main part
in English with a concluding
sentence m Yiddisn. v
The Yiddish line, provided by
a Water Department man named
Schwartz, included the English
word "and." Schwartz insisted
there was no way he could pos possibly
sibly possibly translate it
The note was headed across
the Atlantic before Police Capt
William P. Hennessy learned of
tne project. ,
"I wish they had asked me,'
he said. "Actually, the only prop
er way to send such a message
is in Gaelic." . v
The un-Gaelic note as written
by Daleyt ... ..;
' "Congratulations and
wishes upon your selection
chief executive of one of the
world's finest cities. I am confi
dent Dublin will grow and im
prove under your administration
with your city and ours s be
coming two of the best places of
GEOGRAPHERS TO TOUR
' SOUTH AMERICA
NEW YORK. (Speclal)-Scenlc
wouuers ana insiuric lanamarics
win mithiifuit a day ueog
. . A 4 LjA.1T F.
apners nouuaor iuur u twu
America wmcn wiu terminate
at tne International Geograph
ical Coneresa m nio ae Janeiro
in August, according to Panagra
(Pan American Grace Airways,
Led by miss Ena xonge, map
curator of the American Geo Geo-Brabhical
Brabhical Geo-Brabhical Society of New York,
the group will travel via Pan-
agra and Pan -American-wona
Airways and visit f anama, vui vui-to,
to, vui-to, Cuzco, Lima, La Paz, San Santiago
tiago Santiago and Buenos Aires, explor exploring
ing exploring Jnca ruins,i meeting with
local ceosrabhers and examin
ing map collections In tho
capital cities. ; 5
In addition to delving Into ge geography,
ography, geography, the tour will provide
for sightseeing ana shopping
sprees in the countries visited.
The geographers are scheduled
to depart from nm York via
the world in which to live.
"Guidham rath mor ort and Panagra s "El Paciflco" on July
. ... i
"Guidhlm rath mor ort" means
"good luck to you" in Gaelic.
"Mahzel Tov" means the same
US Jets Accused
Of Flying Over
TOKYO. June 27 (UP) The
Chinese Communists charged
today that U.S. let fighters flew
over the territory of communist
North Vietnam last week-end.
A radio Pelplne broadcast
claimed three American jets
circled many times' over two
provinces in the northern part
of the Indochlnese demilitarized
zone separating North, and south
Vietnam last Saturday. :
BOSTON (UP) Two ban
dits, who escaped with $330 from
a grocery store, paused long
enough to wait courteously on a
customer. Store owner Walter Bis-
kupek, bound with piano wire in
a back room, said the men even
carried grocery bundles to the
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rangements arrangements are being handled
by The House of Travel, 47
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Millionaire Astpr Prefers
Tax Man To Ex-Wife Dolly
TALLAHASSEE, FL, June 2T-.
(UP) counsel tor jonn otuu
Ator IU told the Florida Supreme
Court yesterday that the playboy
millionaire would rather see his
money go to the income tax col collector
lector collector than to his estranged wife,
C-.T.' Parker, Astor's attorney,
aidi,the federal government "is
more deservini? of Astor's largess
than is Dolly."
' Mrs. Dolly Fullman Astor, 28
; and blonde, asked the court to
' ance awarded her after i she used
the gangplanr ot ner noneymooa
u: nut nn hr 42-vear-old
' Bill IV Tvnia
a ct 91 iou Rhp wants
. th tn live 'substantially the
m a he does, her attorney
A Miami ud9 who denied
Astor. ere bill for
gave hit third wife the $75 "pit "pittance"
tance" "pittance" aa he eelledi her
"sehemmfl, eennlvirtB, I y
- Viiii. m r stIe -attorney for
- L.it h twin was Door
ripport for the wife of one of the
i,- onttntonui that a larger a
nmint would be putting a pre-
"pr(f and on the com
mericalization of the marriage
trtt marriaee to
. -....1 ii..ion.nt nHpn m ai
th hAir ta the
Astor millions Aug. 6, 1954, and
left him Sept. 21 when their hon honeymoon
eymoon honeymoon ship docked in New York.
fnr senarate support
Nov. 22. .charging she left Astor
wu:p nf "somethlni too inti-
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mate" she did not wish It pub published.
lished. published. She also contended he
threatened to kill her.
Tha lhrioA.msrrifri Astor. 42.
who admitted he is worth nearly
5 million dollars filed cross suit
fcr annulment or divorce, claim
ing nis "quicKie" Mexican aivorce
from Gertrude Gretsch was in-
valid V.. MC-'- v
Judge Giblin upheld the Mexi
tan divorce, ami rfoed Astor
n annulment or divorce from
Dolly en grounds the separation
Rnt thp Miami iurist branded
the nrttv. eurlvLtoooed blonde a
"scheming, conniving and lying
clrt motivated bv a Breed for
money. He aia testimony tanen
in a rinsed session was the "fil
thiest I have ever heard."
Steelo rhararterized Dollv as a
shv virhmua ffirl who loved Astor
with all her heart when' she mar
ried him. and pictured Astor asi
"an admitted rogue given to
drunken furies and obscenities.'
; But Parker claimed Astor was
tricked into marriage by an "ex
perienced adventuress" whose
lather, a Miami insurance exetu exetu-i.v.
i.v. exetu-i.v. hoinrd with the conauest and
even went along on the first lap
of the honeymoon.
Animals ev&xroM& thei vjinter cCfOS eamrwzS
PKES6NT WtAPIPATEP APPEARANCES.
W. 4- J f A m KS&b. IS A THINo4 CP
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BROCKTON, Mass. (UP) -T.1H0.
Anthnnv Kunka told Gordon
H. Scully Jr., acquitted on charges
of shooting a raccoon aner ex ex-nlainine
nlainine ex-nlainine he thousht it might bite
his children, to ,"skin the animal
and make a hat lor yoursen.
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.. ;.. tha notei auuui
ai aw u.iu. ...
.v. mhi area. dui.
PUQ UU u Room
jwill move inn "-iMnLTwiil
iMnLTwiil "-iMnLTwiil b to Lucha Aicarra-
h and his orchestra. t .l.f.
A television set-has been donat donat-led.as
led.as donat-led.as door prise.
I Tickets at $3.50 per person may
L ilc5.f "J ,ZL t. following
i" ThrAmerican SocM
Cita Somes. Fred Gerhardt,
Bradburns Are Visitlnt
n. Anjl Mn hlawaart
Visitors in the Balboa home of
Dr. and Mrs. H..VL Newport are
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Dick Brsdburn of La
r-mu wis The Bradourns are
Richard Ivan Bradburn, Jr.r who
nrst visit to jus
is making his
ri. .(sitnr win leave for the
ni. DehUnaer. ScoUay Moore, ta, t vet1 :
Ribbie- Bobbins Jim Bidge,
." o'...i cMoVmthsm. Tom O-1
Wi.mnhrcVS. B 0 b
Dick Nelson, and Jimmy Pl.
frhe James To Entertain
u it.uj ct.ta Embassy ana
sine unucu -"
t tiimi ra enter
.! ..vtn tomorrow in
P1 l. "imiriean edca
Jlors who are currenuy
Moumblow ft. VFW
Eu AII.C Tm
The U. Garvyn H. Moumblow
Memorial Post 3876 announces
that a dance will be held Saturday
from I D.m. to 1 a.m. at the Elks
Home. The music will be render
ed, by Thorpe a well-known ai ai-iantic
iantic ai-iantic sector orchestra, v
In addition, a $25.00 U.S. Saving
Bond will be given as a door
Th. ,ntire Drofits of the dance
I will be given to the VFW Teener
All-star Team, w assist m iu
cost of transporting and billeting
ilia toam in th State.'
UK VWH. -"
i Because of the tremendous sup
port received, last year in uui en
.. L"Z UE -Zt!cJJramSki Ralph. When it passed.
Cuests lav been Invited .froml
3.30 to T:30 at tne
Son 9th Street in san rntcw y
la Caleta. r
rrt.. u.. maiti ire Dr. ana
Line iiunui i.'-v.v- T ..
. :n tii.M rip Huston Lit
Jpv t; mnA Dp Gaston are
-T .ThtamttT'eJ Pa.
c..,w i.; ii assiened
to the Department of Physical Ed.
ucation of th Ministry oi x.out
tion. ; '.
Director Of StCAP
Bum MmmmtlM r r
n..t. mt,A tin Beniamin J.
;.j.o1. arrivpil tnriav from toe J
ct.t. Thai nfreetor of the
Servicio Interamericano do Coope Coope-Iraci6n
Iraci6n Coope-Iraci6n Agricola n .Panama (SI (SI-CAP)
CAP) (SI-CAP) "and his wife spent a two two-imonth
imonth two-imonth vacation back home visit
ing relstive and friends. -.
. l.i .. :. .....lifcOJII, V. Cj
ett i & copulted on matters re-j
fated to tiie Point Four Program!
in Panama with the officials of tne
International Cooperation Admiais Admiais-tratioa
tratioa Admiais-tratioa (ICA), During? Dr. B i r d d-sall's
sall's d-sall's abseace, Mr-Walton, P. Sellr
ers, long established Point .Four
technician in Panama, acted, as
Director of SICAP.
Dr. and Mrs; Birdsall are back
on their El Cangrejo residence
where they will be at lomo to
USARCAR1B OHIeers' Wives
Te Welcome Gen. "
And Mrs. Harreld
Mai. Gen. and Mrs. Ghomaws L
Harrold will be feted at a recep.
tion at the Fort Amador Officers'
Club Friday afternoon from 4p.m.
The reception Is being tendered
by the officers sna wives oi v.
Th Ttarrnlds arrived on the
Isthmus last Sundsy.
T. I kanfar Familv
Mr end Mrs. Robert W. Law-
r of Diablo Heights, announe-
i. h. hirth of their fourth child.
a daughter, Debora Jean, on frk
day at Gorges Hospital, v
Party' Wanned' ."
for OurotintV Ineemlnf
ttmmtwt ninetart J
A hail and farewell party at Ft.
Amdor ouieers ciuo is piwncu
c.iirr)v avanin tn OV EOOd-
vn v.- - - -k...
Tant i Frank A. MunrOC.
jr.. Marine Director of the Pana-l
ma tanai wmpanj, w"t"u7
. i. flr&li am 4V Haul
hi successor, vapt wauer o. ou
The party honoring the Marine
Ti;nr and hii successor la be-
i.m nrffaniMvl hv amnloves in the
Marine Bureau, but other in the
Canal Organisation as well as per per-friends
friends per-friends of Captain Munroe
are welcome to attend.. ,.
Ti.bA for the nartv which be
eins at 7 p.m. Saturday may be
obtained by calling one of we em
in tha Diraetor'a Office OT
fn the office of the two Port Cap-
Captain and Mrs. Munroe and
4k.i- Wanffhtur. Joan are to leave
early next month for his new post
in Bremerton, wasmngum.
!.' Kamllv Ta Vacation
im Cantral America AiM Midwest
The Cultural Affairs omce oi me
U.S. Embassy and Mrs. Jerry R.
James and their two young daugh daughters
ters daughters are leaving by plane Saturday
for vacation that will include
.i.m-in rantrai America ana oe
spent principally m Oklahoma, Io
wa and Minnesota.
Th.tr first aton will be Manama
where they will be guests of the
rjnmulior of Embassv and Mrs.
Glion Curtis, -who left Panama
):.t FPhruarv. ine James' win
stop in Guatemala, and possibly
Niica. before continuing 10 : me
Stopping Hero v ;V.
Tha Minictor nr sweaen io rana
ma, Colombia and cucaaor ana
Mrsi Leif Ohrval are stoppmgj" in
the eanital city and art domiciled
at jsi ranama. iney attum-
panied by their two couaren.
Local 'Program Of : ; vx
British Musk Te Be
r ww i w
.in rasnonae to manv reauests
from listeners who were unable to
Tha nmcrram la BI TOllOWS:
music broadcast on the Birthday
of Hoi Maiaatv Queen Elizabeth.
there is to be a re-broadcast at 9
p.m. on saturaay June i.
The nroeram is as ioiiows:
Trio for olano abd violins by
Someravw.. e itu as, fc:
Tradiuonai isnusn songs ana Ja
maican lout songs ;
At tha niana tha wife nf the BrnV
fih ImhiHirj lfra: Henderaon:
violins Mrs. Wunderlich and Miss
Angelis Law; the La a oca Aiumm
Choir directed by Miss Emily
Butcher (accompanist m. augn
Adams).';' Y;;..v:, v X;
man William Garner hopes for a
good turnout lt.
A dance uc serves uie ; im
tr.A nnrnnaa nf offering the DUr-
chaser an evening of fun, plus the
satisfaction of knowing that, he
is helping in sending the boys to
be VFW Teener League National
Ccmpetition at Hersney, renn.
The Canal Zone team made a
creditable showing last year.
Fermer Resita Ihrman
Visits Family ''-:-''V-$
Mrs. Sosita jsnrman namoers,
a fnrmar istnmian. u nere irom
hr home in California for a visit
mith hav hmthor.in-law and sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crawford of
Ancon. ir. '''-r 'A'i"
aanlali Ctaaaes Starting
At Tiwali Cuait House
. Tha. Tnlar.Amcriran W O m a n S
Qub has announced that classes in
Qnaniah fnr ita membershiD will
start on July 5 at Tivoli Guest
House at a.m.- Those intersted
are asked to call Balboa hh,
BT MRS. .MURIEL LAWRENCE
Tn TtoTnh : IFavh a ctnra had
tnrkMt a annnlv c4 iapfeat amhlaa-
onzed with his school's name.
As a member of its first grade,
he dearly wanted one of these gar garments.
ments. garments. But the Saturdav his moth
er took him shopping for iL-they
louna tne jaueis au gone, oaipa
had to accent an nndecorated one.
Tn rnnanla him hia mother said
they could stop by the store's can candy
dy candy counter and buy him some of
hia favorite neanut brittle.
I On the bus going home he asked
for a piece. His another, her lap
piled with bundles, found his re
quest inconvenient. noen we get
hnma ahe aaid.
As they walked up the path to
their front porcn, itaipn pressea
fnr eandv a pain. "Before lunch?"
she askea accusingly.- iou snow
you dont get candy before meals.
Now run along while I get rid -of
these things ana get us an some something
thing something to eat." ; ',;-
A great wave of discouragement
itlaft behind it a rather danger
ous impression. Translated into
our terms Ralph's feeling was.
"The future is each an umprom umprom-ising
ising umprom-ising thing that only fools put any
confidence in -It." ;
Thia is bound to be a child's re re-tn
tn re-tn broken promises. If we
break them often, we harden his
distrust of the future into a cyni cynical
cal cynical greed for immediate gratifica gratification
tion gratification a motivating drive in such
aMivitiea aa lvintf. stealing, gamb-
hinrt AYoacciua ririnkinff.
in a vaiuaoie dook cmco ; uui uui-dren
dren uui-dren Who Hate," experienced ao-
wnrlrar Fritz Redl discusses
the Intolerance of r postponed sat-
isfacuon wnicn w cnitaiouw
of the deunquent cmia
' each eedee fee bwtadaa te this
eahiaie ataauM nibmluaa la typa typa-wiittca
wiittca typa-wiittca (ana ana auUea ta m W
tha has Bumbcn Ibted iMf fai a.
till aad Othanwlac," at deUyena
by hmt ta the efftea. Moticaj f
auetinga cuuiot ke eccaataa kjr tela.
I Mrsr. Florence Mallett Is
I ..imv Of Manth At JWB
Un Florence aiauett wiu oe
faah,M4 in the monthly illustrat
mA talk tn he held at- too usu-
jwr Armed Forces Service Cen
a 'Mt Vf nnQV at a n TT1 '
H 4 -
ra. Mauet. a memoer OI tne
n;.Mn ramura flnh and an ad
ltM.V .m.w.- w
L.at mlnr-alide worker. : Will
L..n aiMaa nf Coate Rira and
Guatemala. With a trained photo
graphic eye,! oeveiopea tnrougn
inn waara affiliation with- the
rlh Mra.. Mallet brlnls
V31IU2I0S W"il .w
theaa two- neiehboring countries
into sharper focus for tne enjoy
ment and benefit of ner audience.
A former officer of ineuiaDio
ratnaraduh and presently a
nanKav of ita hnard or aovernors
Mrs. Mallett has won recognition
in tha alnh'a monthlv competitions
with a number of her slides which
have also neen emereu ror wm-
petition -with the Photographic So-
Featured wiu do tne suae mat
won for. Mrs. Maiiett tne i rip
iMa- nf tha vear" award, t
I The public of the Canal Zone
and the Republic of Panama is
cerdiauy mvitea to anena tne
monthly Illustrated lectures pre.
unto! at the USO-JWB- Armed
Forces Service Center, Balboa,
Be writes: "AH reference to the
future of any request is lor a long
time identical with outright refus refusal
al refusal If nna hnv ont haircut today.
the suggestion that another would
get his tomorrow was m e aa
though we had refused ram a nair nair-cut
cut nair-cut for the rest of his life."
Promise-brtitanz parents are
not always deliberate joy killers
More often, they are list very
self-centered. Ralph's mother is
an example. In the store sne ten
like consoling him with candy. On
tha hni aha felt that stain f it to
him an inconvenient. At home.
she decided it was ner duty to
preserve his appetite for lunch.
n an hrnken aa it
waa made to accommodate ner
impulses without any interest what whatever
ever whatever in ther child's responses to
them. ' v
Promise-breakers appear incon
sistent because : they keep their
feelings and thoughts so secret.
To Be July Fourth
Ph.' Rainbow City Ebenezer
vrathnriist nhurch will sponsor
an excursion through the .Pana
ma Canal on July 4. e ( -,
BARBECUfD CHICKEN NEEDS
FLAVOR Op SPICY SAUCE
By CAYNOR MADOOX
NEA Feed and Markets Editor
Doric Tffa No. 9. A.T. k A.M.
Dr.ric T.ndfffi No. 9. A.F. i A.M.
will have a Special Communica
tion for the conferring oi the M.M.
n.if.u .1 V-ojl n m tnmnrrnw at
the Masonic Hall in 7th Street
Santa Taahel. New CmtObaL
Before the ceremony, a buffet
nnner will be served in the ban
Iquet hall at 6:30 p.m.
All masons are.invuea. .
Maata Tanlnht ..'"-. "'
The American Legion Auxiliary
DnittMo. 1. wiu noitt tneir monui-
ly meeting at 7:30, at the Ameri-
can Legion Club at on Amaaor.
I ., 5. -,m T'
rnTTTHTRTTS Ohio. June 27 fUP)
a fnnr.raarwtld hov whose par
ents took him to the famed shrine
of Lourdes in France in a last hope
of curing his leukemia, died yes-
terdayv-vff : .'
Craig uiannamore, ot aieuuen aieuuen-yille.
yille. aieuuen-yille. Ohio, was admitted to Unl Unl-vars
vars Unl-vars it Hnsnltal here June 20 when
his condition became worse.
' Crairt parema, air. una mi..
Edgene Giannamore, took him to
the grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes
in France. He was robpsUMking
and appeared in the best oi neaiin.
llowever.-the dread blood disease
steadily sapped nis sxrengm. -f
Craig was brought to the hospi hospital
tal hospital here nearly every ,week and
treated by specialists.;, Relatives
..ij thara warn timea when the
plucky youngster appeared ito be
making neaaway m
ea?'Tni. tha hov was bathed
in the icy waters of the shrine eve
ry day for a wees, mcu
father bathed .beside him to lend
Will ... ... ...
They visited tne snnne me m
time on Feb. u. ine pare
hnma tn steunenvuie conu
I,ajA lieu uvwv
dent that their son wat itronger.
t vnii a ra a tiewcomer to a
enmrnnnitv end aren't sure what
type of clotnet to wear to a cer
tain party ask your nusicss ur
friend who can steer you Tight.
. That'. .nr haat Brntection.
ralnst r"" either insufficiently;
tire!i" i or Diu a lan tne
other :als, ..
'mi.'".nminltt.aa 1tl rhtm Of
making; arrangements has plan-
naj tn nrnvine Tree ir&n&Lxu ua-
tion to oatun xor uioae muut
tha trtn whfl In Colon Or KBIU
riifo Th. aTMiratnn will be
WUW v-vj. -"-'-
gin at 8 a.m. irom uawm u
throiioh every one oi tne
i.b. nrnka. firrt Ttreairlente PO-
rra Va acheduied to arrive at
Balboa in time xor Au&ntic
era w ctii y-
-M--ata -nay he nurchased
from members of the trip com
mittee for tne price oi j.u i
time before next weanesuay.
CYF To Hold
Tha fhrl.t fnt Youth Fellow.
ship of the Pacific sector will hold
a 'soul-winning" rally Saturday
nignt at t:su at tne nrwuan
sion of Panama in uuacnapau.
.. anaaba will he Chan) a in
M. Dayton of Fort Kobbe. The
public is invited. ;
TAV KB CT.nfl 4f.at Se m- n f m arM
1V vj-u vuai Moixfiu itasvu
about barbecued chicken.-
vucKem may oe fried in a uui-
tat A hpAllMl MN a Vap a
v. w. raw. u. m a 1 1 w- m
real harhacna flavnr thapa'a nnth
ing to compare with slow turning
ou a spu aoa xrequeni swaDDings
with a zesty sauce. Modern meaty
chickens weiehina 2 to 2V4 pounds.
ready-to-eook weight, are tender
enough for this over-the-coals
cooking. Cut into squares. Smaller
cnicxens are oest sput into naives.
Vaiic harhacna aanca ahmilrl ann.
tain a liberal portion of butter or
margarine to give a rich, crusty
hrnam ta the finished bird. Lav
the chicken in a shallow pan and
pour, the cooled barbecue sauce
over every piece. Leave in the
refrifierator for 4 hours or longer
so that the chicken absorbs some
of the flavor from the sauce.
Tn rank, lift the ouartered chick
en from the sauce and shake off
extra drops.. Then spear each
nWa with a anit to hold the nieces
securely, u necessary, use meuu
skewers to bold wing and drum'
ticka claia to the meaty portions
Arrange tne spit aDoui.o uicuea
ahnva tha slowinff coals and turn
continuously, or frequently if the
-limine la a. manual -.ooerauon
-tmieh harhacna aauca aver ine
chicken every IS. minutes. Equip
ment vanes out usuauy iwm
hours cooking is needed tor cnicx
nn a tiirnina anit. if a eta
tionarv still is used, turn chickens
every 10 or 13 minutes to insure
MIDDLE AGE IS ILLUSION
PRODUCED BY STATE OF
Middle-aced Americana now are
about four years younger phys physically
ically physically and have anvwhara from
ifive to 20 more years of produc
tive esrly middle life than Amer Americans
icans Americans of 50 years ago, a specialist
w iu emeu yiiyaica reports.
ti enat TTalahta S a n a T
rtanaa riiih nf TtainhrAV City will
h-.li. ita ninth anniversary ball Sat
urday night at tha-Tropical Club
in Colon. ,.
- Tomato Barbecue Sauce
. (For 2 chickens)
Ana.ha1f aim chill aaure. U elm
laalann L Clin vlnCCar. t& CUO Wl-
Iter. pound nutter, l smau onion,
. a a a
chopped: I uoiespoon ary mus
tard. 1 tablespoon salt, t table.
spoon sugar. 1 teaspoon game
salt, 1. teaspoon chili powder,
l.nuji HnaH thvma.
.Ki-yvyu "V .
Combme ana simmer, i nour un
til thick enough to spread on
Lemen Barbecue Sauce
(For 2 chickens)
One-half cup lemon juice. V.
iwiinH huttar. 1 teasnoon salt
l teaspoon sugar. 1 teaspoon pap
rika, 1 clove garlic, slivered; V
teaspoon dried thyme, teaspoon
Combme well ana Keep in name
24 hours W refrigerator. pnaae
well before using.
It must be so. Don t you xnow a
great many young women of all
aes and only a few stodgy souls
whose whole attitude toward liv.
ine reminds you that they are
T don't know hnnr a ana-faliat
I in medical physics defines middl-e
age. me, i ve aDout given up try trying
ing trying to figure out when middle-age
starts and when it ends. i
I know women in their middle
forties who by any standard are
"young" women. i In evening
clothes they are stunning and in
shorts they are as trim as school schoolgirls.
girls. schoolgirls. -V
They seem to be able to da any
thing, and to be interested in
everything. Can you call these
women middle-aged? -.
T aTcn" Vnnv man-mnthara a
their seventies who travel around
me country aione m their own
cars. They lead active social lives,
nlav. an imnnrtant rnla n mm.
munity affairs and haven't even!
begun to slow down. Have they!
naica.1 from mi-Mla atfa tn nM aera
fa... M ... u VU U P) W WU H
just because of the number of thin
I Honest to goodness, I don't
know where the middle years be begin
gin begin or where they end.
could it be t nat middle-age is
merely a state of mind and that
the woman who so chooses can
stay young until she is old?
It almost seems that way, so
long do many women of to today
day today hold onto youth despite their
For fhe Easiest
You just Dial-for-StvU
CLUB or CREDIT
CORNER "H" and DARIEN
a a. 1
Relieve prickly heat and diaper
rashes. Refreshing to the skin.
' Protect It.
MEXSANA is not a talcum. It is a
MEXSANA is a mediated
powder for your baby..
Honored At Rally
"X rally will be sponsored by
he Shepherds Auxiliary Com-
mittee at ine jnic
Hall tn Friday nieht af 8:30, In
honor of Assemblyman Alfredo
' Tne genera puduc is um
Music will be furnished by Prof
Murphy and Ms "faeioay oys.-
By Sen. McCarthy
WASHINGTON. June 2T fTJP
sen. Joseph K. McCarthy (K-wis.)
yesterday called Republican Gov.
I Theodore R. HcKeldin of Mary
land Mortimer Snerd" and "an
unfortunate accident of politics."
, Tha Marvlamt anvmmnr a a I A
esrlier be would not welcome Mc
Carthy into the state tn tne cam campaign
paign campaign of Sen. John Marshall But Butler
ler Butler (R-Md.).
IfcParthv- vhn tialnai. elect Itllt.
Icr in 19V) aaid ha had not talked
with Butler about campaigning
for him this time.
"But nothing Mortimer Snerd
McKeldin ssys will have anything
to do witn tne decision," ne aaa
HARTFORD, Conn. (UP)
It a sain fliaa fai while Ton'rc
driving along, don't start swatting
inataai. na "nncniLania.". it a Bar
er and chances are the insect will
denart sooner. The Connecticut
State Safety Commission. in
issuing this safety tin. said numer
ous accidents, are attributed to
mntnrista who try to drive and
fight off insects at the same time.
EVERY WEDNESDAY from 7t30 p.m.
LXJQIO and his ORCHESTRA Will play
hia special brand of music that's become
tops with all Isthmians! -
' Air-conditioned Bella Vista Boons
vCaU Maitre,D 81660 ; : J
- Jot reservations
A Xltbby Hetal
Slim Fat Away
If fat reliie year Sevre ar Mue :
yea ahert a kraatk and andanira-e
?ta- baatth, yrm w-'H t I It
a i a 4 i- a- ana ta
-- ftovii ued a.Ua4
SORMoi4 Ka draaua eiatine mt
aaaretae. Abanltrtelr tufa. Ask roar
ehamlat far TOKMOIiM tmi aaa
four Skin U Telling
About Your Age
b fjkp r-S-Sfatstaei
I : fa j
V '. V
mm i- ' la-MH-MN
.resaalare erewVfeet at the eeners
ef year eyas are eftan eaued by akla
itynm. Ski drynais It eaaaed by
yoar 'aUa's inability tt saiake enoh
lobricatini ehaltatarola and eaten.
Penetrating Lanolin Flu Liquid wed
llhtly aa a eleaaaer-then a few extra
drop geally aaMd falo your akin
before ratirinf-next day a few saore
' your ikia cenaUntly supplied with aa
abandaaee ef ehoIeaUceb and etters,
Rendtt dry akla is verceM prema prema-tare
tare prema-tare dry-kia wrinkla quickly i.i,
Mng tob a ntrpriiinly yotmi-rlook.
Get your Lanolin Flos Liquid today.
Uaa it tonliht. Actually SEE and feal
a difference tomorrow moraini.
I AA far fetaa aOW
1 leeiaai UaiSa Urn pramw
UaoHa Mat SKampoe
UaoHa P1m (ar tha Halr
a. LaaoDa Mvt Uqwd Claomar
AGUn.-Uti LATINO AMI KU.AMAS
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THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL t
AS LOW 7t
Flower pots, Dog dishes,
Paper towel Dispensers,
Dust Pans, Butter trays,
Refrigerator Bottles and
many others useful
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELtf
VmiL WEDNESDAY ONLY,
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r jia"'"""aaaSCJSSSa"11. u,, ... v
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NestleVQUIK is thoe-hJl el all die rich chocoi
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Iverybody loves that famous taste! And Nestle's
'QUHC mixes instantly. Just add 2 teaspooafuls to
g lau of cold miflt . stir it up . drink. It's a paw
v er not a syrup no re
frigeration necessary. At
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r2 Scouf News
Brownie Day Camp
Registrations lor Brownie Day
Camp are being accepted at the
GicJ Scout office .until July 2.
This camp raw from July 9
through July 14. It is being held
at the F6rt Clayton Nursery School
building and is open xo au gins Be Between
tween Between 7 and 10 years old. Anyone
interested in further information
should contact tha Girl Scout of office,
fice, office, in Balboa, Balboa 2-1350.
Csed LEONARD Refrif
erator in Perfect Con Condition
dition Condition StiU Under
ew WHIRLPOOL Dry Dryer,
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tt to $265.00
Brand New LEONARD
Home Freezer 7 cuble
foot, Reduced from
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ITsrd WESTHING WESTHING-ROL'SE
ROL'SE WESTHING-ROL'SE Electric Range
Fairly Good Condi Condition......".......
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N'o. 1, Via EspafiaTel. J-I3M
mlTIES IN PANAMA.
.. qmutlona by
AB1AS. MATT,' SSI ASSOCUTIS
Abattoir Nadonal IS M
Binec ridudarlo V
Blokmlgon II '.
Ctinto PanamA JS .1530
Orveceria Nadonal U
Chkicana da tacba .... 11 r i ,.,
Coc Cola ....... l.
: Cuentaa Comardalaa
Pref. with CaotV ..... US
Dtstiladora Hadonal ... Sl4
rinandtra btmcfia : "'
PreL vU Con.. ..... Ml 40
: Finaniaa, S.A. v ?:"' '',
Pref. with Com. 121
Fuerza J Luz Prcf. ... 4711
fuerza y Lua Cam. .. H
Hotctes bitaramarfcanaa. IS4
Genera) da Seforoa .... II ...
.Panamef.a da Aceltea ... It
- Paiumtla da libra ... 10
. Panjrr.rfa d 8e(urae .. tt V
Panamera da Tabic '., 10 11 11
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FOR SALE: 1 Kenmer wash washing
ing washing machine 60-cycl $50. 2 2-3180
3180 2-3180 Bel. U loci 908-K.
FOR SALE: 4-bumer"Tappen"
gas stov $98; "Singtr" tcwm
mwhiM, labia'' model (bran 4.
ml $295; double bad wMk
' now 'maitrau $39; matal chain
: af drawart $14.50; butiol
madam Hvinf nam tuitat $150;
makaf any 3 door ; wardraba
$129; dinlnf raom'tabla and
t chain $75; hatioeka $3.50 and
may ham Caih r Crtdlt. ;
' Hoiiaahald Ixchanfa, Pbana 3-
. 4911. Narlaaal Ava. Na. 41.
FOR SALI: Wattin g k
. parcaliin nfri fitter, 25yla,
9x10. arica $100. At homa Jwna
30 t July 1, tt 12 Mean till
. a.m.- Homa 784-1, Tavamilla
- Srat,- Balboa. CaN at Balbaa
WANTID: Maid. Mutt apaak
Ingliik. jMuiM at 6210-1, Lai
How UJ PcinI Four
Ratoh'H. Will, newly appoint-
d director of ther XJ.8. Point
Four. program in Panama, is
makmsr a. four-day trio through
the Interior of Panama Inspect
ing several projects in the cen central
tral central provinces. :r
Will's schedule includes a visit
to the Institute of Mechanical
Arts and the. National Institute
of Agriculture at Divisa; the Nor Normal
mal Normal School, Mn Santiago; the
poultry farm in Chltre; the col
fee farm in penonome, and sev several
eral several other projects in Los San Santos,
tos, Santos, Las Tablas and EI Valle de
Will will be accompanied by
T"'esfora Sanchez, votatlonal
ation soecialiet; Prdf.' Juan
Silva; rural education specialist;
ana mmo vaies ana Clayton
Schroeder. aerlcultural techni
dans, all with the Point Four
program in Panama. He will re
turn to ranama city on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, .""
.' 1 1 I I.I I .' ',
Adlai, Two Others
Emerge As Winners
In Indiana Voling
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., June '27 '27-(UP)
(UP) '27-(UP) Adlai E. Stevenson, pro-
labor Mayor Ralph Tucker of Ter-
re Haute, ana ex-agriculture sec secretary
retary secretary Claude Wickard were the
winners today in toe Indiana Dem
AU indications were that the bulk
of Indiana's delegation to the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic National Convention would
switch to Stevenson on the second
ballot after voting ior Sen. Estes
Kefauver, the Hoosier primary win
ner, on the first.
But Stevenson may not have the
Hoosier delegation all to himself.
New York Gov. Averell Harriman,
backed by former National Demo
cratic Chairman Frank McKinney
of Indianapolis, and Sen. Stuart
Symington of Missouri showed ex expected
pected expected strength among; the deleg delegates
ates delegates who will cast Missouri's 2(
Ralph Tucker, a dark horse, stole
the state convention spotlight from
the presidential aspirants and Wick
ard.' 1 r
The Terre Haute major fought
his way through ume ballots De De-fore
fore De-fore winning the nomination to run
for Governor last night. Wickard's
easy victory over former UJS. Dis-
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FOR SALI: 1952 Oldsmobila
"88" foyr-door, radio, bydra bydra-marlc.
marlc. bydra-marlc. Balboa 2-1651, Panama
FOR SALI. ,'51 Hudson 4-dr.
Commodore-8 wradio, $500
cask. Panama 3-4753.
FOR SALE-1952 Bukk Can Can-vertible,
vertible, Can-vertible, wsw, dynaflowl radio,
aod condition, one owner, duty-.
paid. Phone Curundu 2198
WANTED: Trailer for 21-ft.
beat. Call Canal Zen 32336.
FOR SALI OR RENT: Wood.n
and concrete house. Commercial
iita downstairs. "Barriada Dam Dam-ine
ine Dam-ine Diai, 200 meters from
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erafa Mod-erafa price, rent. Pkeno 2-2581.
Okays $350 Million
Dam In Hells toYon
WAsrrrwr.TrvM' jt.,1 imx
The House Interior Committee yeZ
ruay approved, an administra
uon-opposed bul to althoriie Fed
eral eonatnirtinn nt tui .;m
i u uiiiuuu
doUar dam m Hells Canyon on the
Tha. vota wat 1 a i n
Edffaf Ch4nriwth tV.nn : j
W. .Pemowals in', supporting
" "" ep. ueorge a. snuford
iis-n.u.; ana u KepuDllcins vot
ed against It. f
Foes of the bill have charted
that Chenoweth made a deal with
House Democrats Thv oiH t,.
- j .m My
greed not to block committee an-
n.Air.1 l .k- Lm i i
('"'. w mo ,uui .in reiurnior
House action on the Eryingpan-Ar-kansas
'The Senate tntprirtr rnnmln..
- t nwuunn
already has approved a similar
Hells Canyon bill; Senate Demo
cratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson
(Tex.) hax aairi thm mmn ;n
'oo brought up on the Senate floor
in a week nr twn
The nroDOsed dam would tut tfc
second highest in the nation. N It
would harness the waters of the
Snake River for nnwer iwpmm
- r - riivvi
Engineers have said Hells Canyon
is me oest remaining power site
on a major stream.
The administration y is opposed
io ieaerai ronsrnirtinn nf tha itmm
The Jedral Power Commission
last year authorized the Idaho
Power Co., k private utility, ,to
build three small dams at the site.
The company was reported to
have xnent mora, than a millinn
I dollars on the project so far. E-
nacunent oi me leaerai ileus can canyon
yon canyon bill would, in effect, cancel
its construction license. r
But ODDonents of the bill have
predicted : President Eisenhower
would veto the legislation if it
should reach his desk.
trict Attorney B. Howard Caueh-
ran for the chance to run against
GOP Sen, Homer Capehart in the
tan was an anti-climax.
Tucker's victory may have dam
aged the home-slate prestige of
Democratic National Chai r m a n
t-; LOTS for
f .C SALE
Ave. Eloy Alftro 15-159
I0X 2031. ANCON. C.Z.
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
SAN JOSE INN, in San Jose,
Costa Rica, attars a delightful
- all-expense .three-day, tour in -cool
and beautiful Casta Rica for
$52.50 par parson in (roups of
two or mora people. For reserve-'
tions or information, write or
wire SAN JOSI INN, San Jess.
FOR SALE: Sinter sewino ma machine
chine machine with motor, china closet.
7th Street, Rio Abajo No, 2518.
Phon 3-4046...: f
FOR SALE: 1940 Nask, very
flood condition; cu. ft, refri- i
orator. Camboa 6-495.
FOR SALE.- 2 screen doers $5
eack, assorted disk $5, ironing
.board and pad $5. Panama 9-
FOR SALI: Apartment sixe
washing machine $10; Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood bed with aprlng and mat-
frets $40. 50th Street No. 41 or
phone 3-5308 during the day.
FOR SALE: Due to trip, Sloppy
Joe's Bar, "Plaxa 5 de Mayo,"
FOR SALE: Winchester 52 HB
tarflet rifle, Redfidd Olympic
sights, $65. Panama 3-4753. r.
FOR SALE.- Child's ridimj horse
(fleldino) $45. Balboa 2-1563.
. FOR RENT; In th best section
f Jos Francisc da la Oasa Ave Ave-nue,
nue, Ave-nue, earner of Mariana Arose-
: mans and "F? Streats, eommar eommar-clal
clal eommar-clal tft 500 square meters in
bufldine to be completed soon.
Ample parkinfl space. For infer
matian Phone J-2727 from 2 t
I .... ii
FOR SALI-altA., motorcycle.
650ee side car, $350. Radio
Arcinietas, Juan B. Sesa Street,
t No. 9. Phon 1-5426 Panama. ?
I F0R SAH:- Cushman Scooter.
' tecently ererkauled, new 4 motor
parr throughout. A-1 running
, condition, $150. House 530 An-
con. Phone Balboa 2619 after
4:30 p.m. -.
To Manf Pehonal;
. I OS ANGELES, June 27 (UP)-
rter.."me K0sevelt (D-Calif.)
and hul Der son a I ivral... u
Gladys Irene Owens, will be marl
i.cu iiere sunnav. ar-cnminct
i friends of the rnnnle
I The wedding date was revealed
yesterday within a few hours aft after
er after Mrs. Romelle ftnnsevj.lt nMoin.
ed a final divorce decree from the
etoest son of the late President.
Mrs. Roosevelt hail netlt I An ail fni
" sfVHuwasvu UI
the final decree Monday after she
was awaraea an uncontested di.
vorce last year. y,.r
The United Press disclosed en
May 18 that the lank v Democrat
planned to marry his seoreaty.
The ceremony will take place ; at
the home of his Episcopal pastor,
the Rev. George Lyon Pratt
Mr. Owens oriainallv was nam
ed as a Co-respondent bv Mrs.
Roosevelt in a divorce comnlaint
The second wife of the Congress-!
man, however, dropped sensation sensational
al sensational charges, linking Roosevelt with
a dozen -women and got the di divorce
vorce divorce on routine .grounds of cruel
Roosevelt and the former Rom
elle Schneider were married April
14,' 1941 and separated August,
1953. They have three children
and he has two by his first wife.
the former Betsy Cushing of Bos
It also will be the third mar marriage
riage marriage for Mrs. Owens, 39, the for former
mer former Gladys Irene Kitchner of De
troit. She was reported to have
met Roosevelt, 48, while she was
working as a secretary in an in insurance
surance insurance firm he operated here.
Mrs. Owens was married for
nearly five years to Harry Donald
Srhultz, of ban Bernardino, cam..
before obtaining a divorce from
him in 1952. Previously she nan
been married to Virgil Owens,
eastern tobacco firm executive.
She had obtained a default divorce
Puts Eddie Fisher
" HOLLYWOOD. June 27 (UP)
Smger Eddie Fisher was "coming
alone fine" today in Cedars of Le
banon Hospital -whet he-was- ad
muted for tests and observation of
an intestinal upset. .
BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable homes.
Phono Tkompsen Balboa 1772.
PHILLIPS Qceeasld Coftatea,
Santa Oar. Box 435. Bolboo,
Phon PenesM 3-1877. Critt
bol 8 -1673. ;
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Tele Tele-phono
phono Tele-phono Smith, Balboa 3681. :
FOSTER'S. COTTAGES and large
beeck kouse, One mil past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Balboa 1866. '.. .....
ATTENTION C. 1.1 Just built
modern furnished apart maatt, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold watts.
Phon Panama 1-4941.
FOR RENT: On-bdreom fur fur-nished
nished fur-nished apartment, kot water, II
' Cangrejo, near transportation.
Rent: $70. Phone 3-4644 r 3 3-0741
0741 3-0741 from 3 to 7 p.m.
fOR RENT. Furnished, Inspect Inspect-ad,
ad, Inspect-ad, two-badroom apartment, kot
water, excellent : location, ona
'couple $80; two couples $110.
' 82 Via Porras. Phen Panama
FOR RENT. Nicely furnished
' apartment including refrigerator,
porch, parlor-dining room, bed bed-h
h bed-h room, kitchen, unitary convani convani-i
i convani-i (nces. tlied, screened, $55. Ap-
ply 1 1 2 Via Belisario Porras,
f near SAS Star.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished
. I -bedroom apartment on Are.
Peru, facing the park. Phone 3 3-1099
1099 3-1099 or 3-0746. v
FOR RENT; Nicely furnUked
apartment one bedroom. ., Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Row. $75 monthly. Tele-.
. phone after, 7 p.m.-Panama J-
FOR RENT- Furnished apart apartments,
ments, apartments, $60. Via Porras No; 101.
FOR RENTModern ne- ktd ktd-vroom
vroom ktd-vroom 'apartment kt .. water,,
i- stove, refrigerator, air-condition--ed.'
Campe- Alagr. Phone after
' 6 p.m. '3-4242. s .'.'' l't
, FOR RENT: v Furnished apart apart-,.
,. apart-,. manta. on bedroom, $45 and
, $65. Phone 3-1648. Bella Via Via-ta.
ta. Via-ta. All screened. -J ,-.V:
FOR RENT:1 Army Inspected
furnished I -bedroom apartment
; with kitchenette, refrigerator, all
' convenience No. 17-18 4th f
Jury Ave. Phone 2-5133.
FOR RENT- Furnished or a,
furnished 1 -bedroom apartment,
garage. 168 Via Belisario Porras.
FOR RENT: Modem two-bed-
room apartment, porch, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, maid's and laundry
room, screened, hot water. For
.further details please call 3- -4946.
FOR RENT: Attractive com commodious
modious commodious modern furnished house,
from 4th Jury for fivo months..
Three bedrooms, separate living- :
dining rooms, all conveniences.
Please telephone Panama 3-4973 :
for appointment to view. :
FOR RENT: 2-bedroora apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
i kitchen: 13th Street No. 16, Via
Porras, San Francisco. Phone 3-
2457. -:.,.;,':,... :--.'--
FOR RENTt Completely fur-
.nished apartment, screened, hot -water.
43rd Street No. 27, Bell
Vista. v ;.'V
FOR RENT- Apartments, $30;
3 rooms. Phon 3-0850, 2-
FOR RENTS Beet located one one-room
room one-room furnished apartment. Clean
and independent.. 43rd Street
No. 13 ..a,..-i... -.
FOR RENT: Apartment com completely
pletely completely furnished, extra large, t
btdrpom, garage. Phon 3-2333,
52nd Street No. 2, Panama, 5 to
, FOR RENT: Vacation quarters.
10th Street, Paitilla. For three
: month June 30 antil September
30. 3 -bedroom concrete be
completely furnished including
' tlvisin. Front and back pa patios,
tios, patios, large enclosed backyard,
$145 par month. Call 3-3166
'after 6 pjn. V
FOR RENT: Furnished chalets
living room, dining room, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, maid' room, garage. Pa Pasadena
sadena Pasadena facing University. For in-'
formation inejuir Oliver's ottic,
entrance to Pasadena.
FOR RENT Modern chalet: 8
bedrooms, living t dining room,
2 porches, large kitchen, bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, kot water, maid's room
witk bath. Inquire Via Porras
LOST & FOUND
LOST.- Envelope containing in in-onrenee
onrenee in-onrenee policy,. title t car.. bill,
..la mnA !. uiin Reward
t finder. Call Panama 3-2534.
: -, '. I-IJLIIJLL. l I
. . June
' ', i'itij5''
Our big Used Car Department
, j.. ,111111
lucky buyer special '52 ; H1LLMAI1
'55 DODGE ..
;'56 MERCURY Montclair Hard Top.: 2850
"53 DODCE l. 1...V-; Station Wagon ..-.. 850
'52 CAD I LLAC . : 1 Fordor Z . . ; .1 ? 1 800
'52 CHEVROLET Tudor ; : . 1 : 995
;52 4 FORD i t. Zi ',Z .Tudor I Z . ,V. Z-' 895
'52 ; TUDEBAKER Tudor;...:.;:.....:. 695
'50 .OLDSMOBILl: -I:.: TudorLv......;. 75
,J48. NASH :.ZZZJ: Fordor. 250
.'48 BUICK........::..: Fordor;;.:.:......,.. 95
Our USED CARS wen't !:t ycu down
COLPAfrS Azzh ere the best crcur.d
A tin iversdrv?
. -.1 ,,,,
. .J: i -i ji a.
i4t .. ,. 'a4.ir't)t AN'
fine "rnrc TKeu iriiiet nt1 '
IIIIV VUK, I I I IIVI IIIH4I Mw i
. .Httzt $653
See COLPAN of
'.,'' -' ',
... f : f J.
WEDNESDAY, JUXE 2T, I55S
-' 11 iiiiixiiii mmmmmm mm
oc '!'...''' 1 :-, 80:
, SCOTT BRADY, ia
; WHITE TlM'S j-y.'V
" '. "'i V' '' Plus: -f
.. OTHER PICTURE! "V; '-.
Jane Wyman, in
ALL THAT HEAVEN
v ; ALLOWS
- Also: '-"
WORLD IN MY;
. RIDING HIGH
- Van Heflin, in
THE GOLDEN MASK
1 Also: .'v-'
WITNESS to MURDER
with George Sanders-
Popular Night! $U PER CAR! ,-
Richard CONTE Constance SMITH
, in ;
" THE BIG TIP OFF
THE Ird MAN
TZX PANAMA AMEE1CA5 A3 LNEETENTENT DAIII MWSPAPF3
:o.ucCiIcg :r; S.v
MOVIES TV RADIO
W Erskint Johnson
Hollywood nea) On Onstage,.
stage,. Onstage,. Offstage and. Upstage:
Grace Kelly's soon to go en record
about her future fipm career. Her
studio, MGM, is awaiting her reply
to a letter asking, "When can. wc
expect you back in Hollywood lor
luiuvia i(oaia.a, juv.wvui e I vn&'nfi t- B f
Shoilcy Winters switched agents. ;i0ES: 011 "" verly
She's unhappy with her movie c&- HiWs eafr "Seupd J""
M&if i- Awin.'Winctin'S1.' In drugstore window ecross
rhiir.ini hnnrfu t wa tWln
forward to "Something of Value."
Just U words, first said by Church Churchill
ill Churchill in 1907 "The problems of East
Africa are the problems of
- Report from San Francisco! A
new inmate named Jack, Webb
luit checked Into Alcatrai prison.
. ... Marilyn Monroe's New York
dramatic coach, Paula Strasberg,
will mastermind her emoting
t u "TJ. Cl...tMM D.in.a
She was with: Marilyn t iir
stop during f Bus Stop.
' r.pnrffp Gobel nixed a movie
role for his 10-year-old son Gregg.
MGM wanted mm "lor Tamer s
Little Leaauer." The lad is a star
"second baseman on. a San Fer
nando Valley team.
Jack Bonny and Ann Sothern are
the latest guests, in a long list,
being paged by Desl-Arnas and
Lucille BaU for "I Love Lucy."
Desi aims to keep the show at the
top of the ratings again next year
with outside help.
, The groans and bans on", rock
'n' roll may edst Ilvis -Presley his
movie role,f Paramount'a worried.
UNESCO statistics on the movie
business: A world total of 137,000
movie theaters drawing over 12, 12,-000,000,OOQ
000,000,OOQ 12,-000,000,OOQ people a year.1 Over 70
per cent of a& pictures shown in
all lands are American and, the
tt s nn all In annual nroduction
'..(..nrtntire with 2,500,0O0.0(W
us and 3j0 pictures. TotalTitaritug
averages about ?,500 a.year;,
Ava Gardner and Stewart Gran-
..l I. it L .nan
WASHINGTON. June 27 (UP) -Congress
gave final PPvall yes yes-tfrday
tfrday yes-tfrday to a omproise-$32,900
000,000 road buildmg bill provid-
v f 1 Warner Bros.
"HELL ON FRISCO BAY"
with ALAN LADD
Intense drama with : unveils
the vices and the intrigues of
the famous port of California.
' "oOo '
' United Artist
with VAN HEFLIN
The new slavery 'of the T. rJte
man... greed and ambition. ambition.-A
A ambition.-A picture with a strong dra dramatic
matic dramatic story,
with TONY CURTIS".
with JOAN CRAWFORD
Terrible encounter of human
' oOo ... ..
Picture of great action fea featuring
turing featuring the outstanding per performance
formance performance of an Academy A A-ward
ward A-ward Winner.
"CASH ON DELIVERY"
with SHELLEY WINTERS
A masteroleee of entertain entertainment.,
ment., entertainment., drives away ail dull dull-cares...
cares... dull-cares... These are oar very next re releases
leases releases which will be present presented
ed presented at the Lux Theatre and
in n-hich our natrons will
find great auality and va variety
riety variety or entertainment.
in "EM jSnV-jBoTs w moviV; "That Certain
tion." A real whistle stop-." V .Feeling." ; '
Consrcss .'Gives Find Approval
To Vhcppiiig .Rpad-Bulldlng Bill
J JtLJ w
Movie ad line Hollywood should
forget: "An.png BIG pictures, this
is one of -the BIGGEST. A yawn
by now to almost everybody.
Candid Camera Shot: Adlai Ste
venson having his shoes shined on
Vine St. I peeked, xso Holes.
this is Hollywood; mrs.
street: "Full course dinner
THE WTTNET: A resident of St
Georee. Utah, named Joe Behm,
was nirea as uri uiue cuauiicui
for Clark Gable, on location with
a movie there, wnen uawe com commented
mented commented on Behm'a careful and
Irather slow driving, he replied:
"its torce oi naDii. im an un undertaker."
, NOT IN THE SCRIPT: ; Gary
Cooper to a Paris newsman:
never given a good performance in
hnv- life." "... ,"' :
The movie Induirry wui lesi hs
"Charee it" theater admis
sion plan wis summer, rrooaDiy
iA a mid-western city. . The
life of Simon Bolivar may be the
first' Cinerama production with a
stonrline. The Idea is in the talk
inn staee. . Daily Variety Editor
Joe Schonfeld flashed the red light
to Hollywood on the "Growing iv
Threat." Seme of his eye-popping
"Hollywood's most salable olo-
monti are moving into TV and
murderous salf-eompetition, while
Hollywood itself, ridden with pes
simism, appears to o moving
luekwardi Into, tor want of an
oiftloov. the showboat era. It's ob
viout that Hollywood's B and nerv nervous
ous nervous A product ust can't moot the
competition of audience attention
from free TV, Only by monumen
tal effort . cut Hollywood man-
ago to overcome mo Typ n
. premise tne pupnc
Personal nomination for HoDy-;
wood's father of the year: bod
Hope.fwho let his young son Kelly
Unno ITSt TRSl tlV 0KI. lot UK 11 AU
ing for higher taxes on gasoline,
tires and trucks. ,"
'The record breaking construc construction
tion construction program goes to President
Eisenhower who put it high on his
18-point list of priority legislation.
He was expected to sign it Into
j law .promptly.
The Senate whipped the mea measure
sure measure through by a roll call vote
nf 89 to 1 shortly after it passed
the House' by voice1 vote. The dio dio-Iscnting
Iscnting dio-Iscnting Senate vote was cast by
Sen. Russell B. Long (D-La ). He
gave no reason. .
There was no audible opposition
in the House. Final debate on the
measure, a compromise between
conflicting House and Senate ver-
!nn. nr. a dnuniMf maifllV IA Oil
expianauon oi hi pruvtuuus.
The measure authorizes c o n.
struction of a 41,000-mile inter interstate
state interstate superhighway system and
nroviries for tax increases, on
' i: f.4 4tilr. in IiaIii
pay for it The added taxes, ef effective
fective effective Sunday, will cost the aver average
age average motorist an extra $8.00 a year.
The bill calls for a 13-year pro
gram to link most state capitals
and major cities with a -vast 41,.
000-mile network of free super superhighways.
highways. superhighways. Thev will be mostly
four, six or ight4ane roads, with
some two lane highways : that
could be expanded if necessary.
This phase of the program
wniilrf cost 27'i billion dollars
' with the federal government stand.
ire 90-per cent of the cosi. aiso
(included is a three year 15,100,-
000,000 plan to build primary and
secondary roads, with the states
putting up 50 per cent of costs. An Another
other Another .300 million dollars would be
spent on roads on federal lands.
To help offset the cost, taxes
ion gasoline and diesel fuel will be
'increased from z to a cents a gai
ion; tires from 5 to 8 cents a
pound; trucks, buses and trailers
f.rm 8 to 10 per cent. A new an
nual tax of $1.50 per 1,000 pounds
will be placed on trucks weighing
more than 13-tons.
! There also will be a new tax of
S rents a nound on retreat rubber.
Iiishwav experts have estimated
however, that the new superhigh
way system will save as many as
3 500 lives eacn year. 4 j ,.
j Present plans call for by-passes
' around 50 major cities to save the
motorists' time and nerves, spe special
cial special in citv eXDressways will
f.peed drivers in and out of larger
840 kcs., Panama Gty
Today,- Wednesday, Jane 27
a nnFeatnr Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re-
quesw tasen oy pnou
5:35-What's YOur F r 1 1
nn Tn V. announced
8:15 BLUB RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
:J0 Your Dancing party ;
:45-M EL ACH RINO MU81
- CALE (Nescafe)
7:00-HaUs Of Ivy
1:30 VOA Report from U S.
8:00 Music By Roth v
8:30 Musical Theater s
o-noYnn Asked For It (r
...? quests taken by' phone
.'. till 7:30
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
ll:00-Jazz Till Midnight
12:00 Sign Off.
, Tomorrow,- Thursday, June tl
8:00 Sign On Alarm, Clock
Club (requests taken
by phone till 7:00)
t lA-lMomlntr Ralon Concert
8:15 Church In The Wildwood
8:30 Musical Revelue
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 As I See It
10:0' Sduis ; and Needles (re
. quests taken by phone
1 till 8:301
11:05 Spins' And Needles
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 New 4
12:05 Lunchtime Melodies
Slaj2:30-J3iieftt And, Hot
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of 'The pioneers -v
1:45-Spirlt Of The Vikings
2:00 Tex Beneke Show.
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Much-B 1 B d 1 n g-In-The
i Marsh .r
J:00 Hank. Snow And His
. Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Thursday
4:00 Feature Review v
4:30 What's Your Favorite re-
. quests taken by phone
5 J5-What's Your Favorite
' (cont'd) 1 ,:
6:00 To be announced
6:15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
8:30 Here's To Veterans
6:45 Do It Yourself - --7:00
7:00 --7:00 Goon show
7:30 VOA Report from O.S.
roO Elizabethan Theater
8:30 Take It From Here '-9:00
9:00 '-9:00 You Asked For it (re
quests taken by phone
10:30 Music From Hotel El pan-
una- , .
10:45 Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
lifts NY la foVn
NEW YORK, June 27 (UP) -I
uiana Dors,; the British Marilyn
Monroe, arrived on the liner
Queen Elizabeth yesterday wear
ing a dress that she admitted was
cut ratner Jnou...lt -;'.
' "It's a rather revealing .dress,
isn't it?" asked one of a small
army of reporters who met her,.
"Yes," Diana agreed. "I dont
know how much more revealing
you can get." : .u-
The dress was a white cotton
brocade with straps crossed her
the shoulders, but Miss Dora ssid
she preferred to wear blue jeans
and a sweater "because they are
more comfortable." V
"But to make 'my entrance into
New York I eouldn t wear Jeans,
so I put on. a dress," She said,
giving her measurements as 36,
24, 35,,"r'V-.::'; A ::,
Miss Dors, whose other vltsl
statistics are 24 years, 124 pounds
and 5 feet 5" inches, will leave
Saturday for Hollywood, where she
will make a movie, "I Married a
Woman." with George Gobel.'
"They're paying me' $80,000 for:
the month and soo a week ex ex-nensea."
nensea." ex-nensea." she confided.
the British film star Said she
never had met Marilyn Monroe,
to whom she has ben compared,
but "would like very much to do
so." r- '..
"It looks as if someone did a
lend lease," she commented on
Miss Monroe's forthcoming de.
rnrture on a film-making visit to
Best Of Pqlly ls
V By DICK KLIINIR ..'.';'
NEW YORK (NEA) You
can get four Polly 'organs for 79
cents, which is about the biggest
bargain since the invention of war
surolus. But alas, all you get-is
the voice not the delightful gal
herself. It's still a good buy, as
are most of the bargain srs in
Camden's "Today's HiU'V series.
In fact, pretty roily, tnuues ai
least two of these arc- the best
thines ahe'a ever done on record.
"Generally. I'm very nervous at
a recording session," she says, "i
don't know why maybe because
records are the only field I've
real hit in. But Wis
time I was relaxed and I'm, very
hmov with the result.!'
She should bo. Tne tour songs
are "How kirrio no unow.
The Wavward Wind." "If a All
Yours" and "Too Close for Com
fort." The first two ort the ones
that particularly please her.- In
"Too Close for Comfort," she says
she worked so hard trying not to
sound like she wos imitetmi ssyaie
Germe-"whe did all tho right
things With that son"-a sheilDoan "'""V ;P""; wy
isn't at her nest, -o .
But I honestly think How UtUtTuryj; mtgniy tmi suuyau
We Know' is my best," she ssyi
And Polly's best is pretty goofl.
She's been singing a long time,
hack to the days when she was
hillbilly singer. That's how she
started, being a native-born Ten
nessee gai. ::
Now ahe'a quite the sophisticated
songstress and she looks the part.
In between sophisticated aongs,
she's verv busy at tne moment.
She has iust re-married and has
taken over two projects me
year-ora aaugnter ana
..'I'm sewing curtains for the
apartment,,, she said, boaatfully.
"If my friends bear about that,
they'll faint. I'm the only girl in
history wno ever jiunaea aewins
in achnnl. And nhvsical education.
Polly, who certainly doesn't look
lika -oho flunked physical educa
tion, nlana a summer of sewing
curtains and getting acquainted
with her new daughter. No travel traveling.
ing. traveling. No" more1 Hollywood. She's
signed with the new RKO-Unique
records and, among records and
curtains and home-making, she'll
be busy..,:,-::.!.;,,;;;.;.,: r;,f'i
' Oddest song hit of the' year Is the
bloody ballad, "Transfusion," on
Dot label. The singer is Nervous
Nervus and it turns he's also the
songwriter under the name Jimmy
Drake, Drake is the real jaame,
but Nervous applies.
He's an Oakland, Calif.,, truck
driver. And he's boon trying to bo
a song writer for years. One day,
dfi vino alone.
I was nearly smo
awlood by o tall Pipe papa
(That's Jimmy's pot expression
for a hot rod,); So ho. nervously
wrote a traffic safety song about
Occidents and crashes, and
fusions. ...i ',...,' ..
He sent a tape to a disc Jockey
who relayed it to Randy Wood,
the head of Dot,' in Gallatin, Tenn.
Wood bought the master and
"Transfusion" wss oft -v
It's created quite a stir, mainly
because its grisly nature has
caused it to be banned by many
A WMJiSAl NTEIINATIONAI PICTURE-.
7:06 p.m. .'
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' Thursday The Academy Award winner fMARTI". .v
.'. ... 'i ;,, Ab 5howln Thursday!
rAAAlSO Gene Ketty, la "It's Always Fair Weather
ilk BOCA Mrjs SHOfT atOAl
SANTA CRU2 "Last Crooked Mile" A Shadows"f Tml.
.stone".''.-'; t '-i ;: ;-'-.VV-l;'., V-v; 3
CAMP BIERD "THAT LADY" A TWO FLAGS WEST'f
... ... .lino caoai waterway oj mo wui
stations and the three major net-' n(i.,.fn. .
works. Even though it espouses ai
gooa -cause, it ooes so m prewy
gnm xerms. wroao naiuraiy wwa;, gj,i tower
the ban js wrong, and many peo
ple agree wiuj nun.
- ,,u;.i :?;nj (lores locks where the tour con-
; Despite the ban, ;''TTausion"ductor wiU explllin the complete
b-moving 8long..lts sort of the oper,uon of a ship in its on-t he-long-plasma
record of 58. ; scene passage through the two two-..
.. two-.. chambered water elevator.
Dick's Picks: Jul us l.aKosa
does a beautiful job on I ve,cideg train fare, to Gatun.
wown Accusiomea io ner mw
Madigan, uunj; -aireei or wive
:"11" J.""T r
y. con jurinmuuuj;
" voice an no wiuu n
Murray. Capitol) ;' After School"
al(nooky Lonoon, uot); ine
tered Affair' Theme" (David Rose,
MGM); "Johnny Casanova" (Jaye
P, Morgan, RCA): : "The LitUe
Lost Dog" (Miyoshi Umoki, Mer Mercury).
cury). Mercury). ,
Interesting odds and ends on
new! non albums Stan Preoman
puts on his very funay piano-and-
Mtiro show on Epic; CoIumbia's
ii'Uavine Wonderful 'lime" is a
sampler of some of the label's best
albums from Sinatra to Kostolan-
ts to Gamer; Dacca's "Barber
shop BaU" features nne quarteung
by tht Sehmltt tremors; some of
tha heat Tommv Dorsev is collect-
ad hv RCA in a beautiful album
! called- "That Sentimental Gentle Gentle-Iman";
Iman"; Gentle-Iman"; Epics "Great Moment ft
Show Business" is jusi mat a cot
lactinn nf antertainment high spots
with Eddie Canter, turns and Al
len, Jolson, Astaire, Walter Huston
and others in their best numbers.
. Some brilliant new symphonic
recordings the Philharmonia or orchestra
chestra orchestra plays Sibelius' Second on
n Anopl 'record, 'with ''Kletxkl
conducting: the same' musicians do
the same composer's 'Sixth and
Seventh on another Angel release,
this time with Von Karaian lead leading;
ing; leading; Tesconird and the NBC Sym Sym-nhnnv
nhnnv Sym-nhnnv nerform Mozart's Symphony
No. 38, together with his. Divert!-
memo no. m, on nvn. j
VI It MONT SHAD I
BURLINGTON, Vt. (UP)
fiver 1 500.000 trees sre to. De
planted this year oy sou converaa-
nnn ninnci coooeiaiuia iu
mont. There are about 600,000
acres of, land in the state where
trees- could V placed. In the past
16 Tears," 11,000,000 tT e e s have
been planted by the Soil Conversa Conversa-ti6n
ti6n Conversa-ti6n Serivice. Ih addihon., there
are also 47S,ouo trees.
planted on other private lands v
Lockwood Orion Welles.
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Thursday Red Skelton as THE CLOWN
j Joan Collins & Ray Millahd
."Th Girl, In The Red Velvet Swing"
" : Joan Collins, In. .
JTriE Ab VENTURES OF SADIE"
A British made comedy In natural color
Launch Trip Thru
CenalOn July 15
A trip through the canal from
Gttun to Pedro Miguel has been
organized by the National Tourist
I Bureau under the auspices of tne
USO-JWB Arnied Forces Service
.Center, for Sunday, July 15.
r A Panama Canal licensed 50-pas-senaer
launch will leave Gatun at
8:30 a.m., the arrival time of the;
morning passenger train from Bal Bal-Loa,
Loa, Bal-Loa, and arrive at Pedro Miguel j
at 3 p.m. . I
i Explanations of ancient con constructions
structions constructions and more recent inno-
.liU r nlM-A ii,f will
be included in a commentary of
ntnnMa. v. mmam. r.i0
Colorado Island and at the Gam
At Pedro Miguel, cars will tran
sport the passengers to the Mira-
Cost .1- which t-.
ipisseBgers wUl meet at the Bal-
boa rauroad staUon at 7 a.m. or
may drive to the Pedro Miguel
station and congregate by 7:15
a.m. Excursionists are-being urd urd-ed
ed urd-ed to bring picnic lunch and to
wear comfortable clothes.
Persons on the "Atlantic side of
the Isthmus who wish to take the
trip can make reservations by tel
ephone,- i.fK :
Beservauons tor tne trip can dc
made by telephone at the USO USO-JWB,
JWB, USO-JWB, Balboa 4321, Monday
through Friday, between 8:30 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 to 4:30
p.m.' After 4:30 p.m. and on week weekends,.
ends,. weekends,. Balboa 1072.
Big Tenter Plane
Crashes In Flames
KiUina 11 Airmen
,"ROSWELL, SM, June 27 (UP)
Eleven airmen met flaming
death last night when an Air
Force tanker plane crashed, fully
loaded, in an open ueia ana ex
D'oded. i .
The KC-97 refueling plane caught
lire shortly after takeou trom
Walker Air Force Base and spun
to earth. It was bound for a ren.
dazvous With aft Air. Force bomb bomber
er bomber for, a practice refueling
The plane alammed almost ver vertically
tically vertically into the field 10 miles south
of Walker, It blew up on impact
but all U bodies were recovered
ine Doaies were oaaiy mangiea
nnd burned 'and early today, only
five had been identified. A Walker
AFB spokesman said the names
oi tne neaa wouia not oe maae
public until identification was com
piete; and relatives notified.
The KC-97 ia powered by four
propeller engines. It is so roomy
and essy to fly that airmen call
it the "Cadillac of the Air r orce.
It can refuel the Air 'Forces B B-52
52 B-52 and B-47 jet bombers, as well
as smaller interceptor and fighter
planes. .: . ":
- "We have no. idea what caused
the fire and crash."" a Walker i
AFB spokesman said. He said a
board of inquiry will surpervlse
the re-assembly of the wreckage
in an- effort' to -determine what
went rrong, but "it will take a
Jong time." . 4
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ox, Indians Continue Stress
Cliisox Reel Off Ninth
In Row As ; Cleveland
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
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By MILTON RICHMAN
" NW YORK, June 27 (UP) The stirred-up
White Sdx and Indians were peppering the Yankees
froiri both flanks today, anxiously waiting for one
false move to knock the New Yorkers out of the
American League lead. T : i.n
Vh witU Sox. with definite
desleni on first place, ran thelrlrecord at 8-8. The Fhila mow
wlnnlnsr Streas. w uure jto
winning ; . M,P
tttr Red BOX uue uh iuuM
-owuw.pw ' J - -
snivM from the door, at it
Southpaw vynitey rwi f
.were, when he pitched the Tan-
Me to an ikwj v
Athletics, thereby enabling we
Bronx Bombera to retain their
jKJrZf theS TwTnntoe Warner, a m minute re-Whit-
Sox ran their vwinnmg . R. r.mnftneiia
streak to the longest one in nvej
yars when he set tne wo .aw
Awn on three Wtslor nu rutn to a 10.5-decision over
ZT0?' -Efi, ?.U!7hl toS th Cuba. Walker tripled with
nnln streak sJlnw two on in the first inning, hom hom-tince
tince hom-tince the 1851 White Sox won oM 0Q to
14 sames in a row.- 4-4 tie and wmnned the
numa aii tn wmie i
MXrWnmc pair of hom
double bv LuU,Aparlc)o,
' larly Wyna recorded his
foshth -victory with' a- five-h
effort ever Baltimore, -the In In-liana
liana In-liana breaking a J-S tie when when-Bobby
Bobby when-Bobby Avila and Ce Wood Wood-Ilnr
Ilnr Wood-Ilnr hit back-te-back doubles
ff reVever George tavertak
im the seventh. Baltimore led
antll the sixth when -the
Tribe tied the score with a
wiree-rnn rally off starter Con Con-le
le Con-le Johnson.
f Home runs by Yogi Berra, Bil Billy
ly Billy Martin and Andy Carey.car Carey.car-iiirf
iiirf Carey.car-iiirf v,. vanbeea to their victory
wer the Athletics. Ford m up
ven hits, including i
Iht homer by Harry (Suitcase)
p-mpson.- Ex-Yankee, Tom Gor-
t ictro s. ana wasnmgwm o-1
- 2-2-tl- in a name umif
- . i int.
t r who entered ine game
' "" ----- ...
.h nine-name losing imu
th tiottom 01
L l( w OWa-C
!). Mth Off Bunty Biewan,
H.n tviev rnred a run a.t a.
.aune n mw ""J
v ih the bases fuU. Managers
T lrltv Harris 01 DeWOW ana
rinpk Dressen or wasnmgMJ"
v -.i.j k. .
Suit of a play which delayed the
game 15 nunuies in uio iirau
ning. The arawn-ouii. argumcini
...... m.A fial amimri
XI All ftCfWTW
whether Senator outfielder Ernie
C'lvetz caugnt jacx FMilips
1 ir drive before or after it hit
t left field screen.
. -nhin nnh'Ttx hack an the
nm again alter a poor start,
a 'pped the Braves'.ll-game
Ma w.iw A nna.nirinava vmn rnnv in a rnvxr ntrpn
4-J victory, lor the Phillies. Rob-
cday m Encanto 35- .21
At 9 p.m. fc On the Stage
;r CABINA OLMOS
- On the Screen:
A GREAT DOUBLE!
IDEAL 20 .10
-b:s traes dk vk au"
Ninon Sevllla, in I
walk a batter in evening his
n in the eiirhth'when
"vv , j .1
The defeat eat the Braves'
lead in the National League to
114 games over the second second-place
place second-place Redlegs, who were rain rained
ed rained oat In a game with the Pi Pirates.
Rube Warner, a nwi minute re
u. dmiM- tn nam the
- rr .
Baker and Walt Moryn each
homered lor Chicago.
T?iiKn nnmm HmH.f) tvia Car.
dinals to three infield hits u
nltchinir the Giants to a 3-0 vie
Mizell was the loser although he
aiani give up a an. ue swnea
for St Louis and walked the first
three batters he faced.-. Larry
Jackson relieved him and Bobby
Hofman hit into a double play
nrilno nn rim arna. nrhllft Mil
iSarni followed with a single for
anouiec run. ? .-.
Walker, for driving in six runs
in Brooklyn's 10-5 victory over
Chicago. ,,- V fi .i v T l
llMiiMrlw r T --I l:i
uvtlwJif- i ,i
nBWfxuK& aunr a' vuri-
uun s iouk now, out uie. miaim
raiw nw w nwiura
Wlntrs aril r.lnslnir (n. nn ths
slumping Montreal Royals in the
iu-ii"w;i """" ,? j ; i
i nuyais uuw uku- ou
Ktralcrht lnx TiiPsrlan TilcrhL ft
O J O 1
13-6 thumping at the hands of
me Maruns, who were iasi ui-
tie more wan a monin ago. me
victory ooostea tne vastly im-
nrovea Miami ciun to wiinin live
games of Montreal, wnue. : me
streaking Red Wings, who now
tne Ktfranona Virginians, 5-4, to
null vlthln fin ft ffam nf Mnn-
If ratal 1 '.v, ,.i ,i,v
The Marlins exnloded for
.Jl seven runs against Bill Harris
LJilanri T rt rTloranra In T.ha-fnnrt.h
inning and kept right on going
against two otner relievers lor
nn asv win.: whlla for tho Reri
Wlnim FUU rrntt npnl fttled
down after a shaky start to pick
up ms mnin win oi me year
flralnst. nnlv fHraa lns.a :
Elsewhere, the Columbus Jets
downed the last-place Buffalo
Bisons twice, 8-7 and 10-3. to
iTinv Intn fmirfh nlona tla
with the Toronto Maple Leafs
wno eagea me Havana sugar
Kines. 2-1. behind Eddie Blake's
V.F.W. TEENER ALL STAR
PETE CORRIGAN, infielder infielder-outfielder,
outfielder, infielder-outfielder, played with the
champion Macaws of the Fast Fast-lich
lich Fast-lich League for the season Just
closed. A hustling team man,
Pete rips and tears throughout
every game and isn't beaten
until the fast man is out. He
batted .315 for the season and
usually came through when
men were on the bases, to tie
for most RBI's in the league.
Pete pitched and played sfhort
and third for the champions,
demonstrated excellent base
running, and figures to give
tremendous help to the All
Stars when they compete in
the National V.F.W. i Teeuer
Baseball Tournament in Her Her-Jhey,
Jhey, Her-Jhey, Pennsylvania in August.
n The Majors
1 ; LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 150 official at bats)
Flayer and Club r ab r h pet
Bailey, Cinci. 50 154 26 54 .351
BoyerV St. L. 64 255 49 85 -S33
Long, Pitts. 60 219 39 71 .824
Clemente, Pitts. 60 219 39 71 .324
Moon, St L. ( 61 214 40 69 .32?
Mantle, N. Y. 66 252 63 96 .381
Maxwell, Det" 53 170 39 61 .359
Kuenn, Det. 54 203 32 72 .355
Vernon, Bos. ,48 174 27 59339
Lollar, Chlca.', 55 185 25 59 .319
.Mantle. Yanks ',.;i,t2 "27 ;
Berra, Yaqks ............ 1
, Slevers, Senators ....,,., 17
Long, Pirates .... i 17 l.
Boyer, Cards .... J. 17
RUNS BATTED IN
Simpson, Athletics i,
, Boyer, Cards
, Wertz, Indians
. ; i 67
Mantle, Yanks ,.
Yost, Senators .,
, Boyer, Cards
'Mantle, Yanks .......... 96
Boyer, Cards ...... . , 85
Simpson, Athletics ...;. 82
Ashburn, Phils ...,. 78
Lemon, Senators 77
Runnels, Senators . .. 77
C (Based on 7 Decisions)
W L Pet
Lawrence, Redlegs ... 9 0 1.00C
Pierce- White Sox.., 11 2 .846
Wilson,. White Sox .,10 3
Kucks, Yanks .......10 3
Brewer, Red Sox ....9,3
Craig, Dodgers ...... 6 2
'. n. I ,j.
Pairinos For Rodman
Round Robin Tourney
RESULTS OF QUALIFICATION
ROUND FOR ROUND ROBIN
' 1. Bridges
2. Rltter, Maxine
i ' 3. Bird
4. Miller, W.
5. Helm, Sue
, 6. Ryan,,Patsy
7. Hadley, Liz
8. Helm, H.
ft. Chapln, Sue
June 25-July 1 July 2-8
1 .. .... ,i .. ..1
.. .. .. .. .. 4
3 ...... .. .. .. .. ..7
5 .. .. .. .. .. .. .5
7 .. .. ..3
9 .... .. .. ..9
I Matches should be arranged
Week Week I J
joly.15 July 21 VfSMTl
i... : v
BASKETBALL PACE SETTERS The Panama Basketball Provincial League's cigarrUlos Ga-
llito team, which has won three games in their three appearances this season, will attempt to
win their fourth straight game tonight against Agendas Seymour at the National Gym.
Pictured above (front row, 1. to r.) r Fraser, White, De Leon, Erhever'ria and Sandlford; (back -row)
parfalt, McPherson, McClean, Relter, Bailey and Reyes. Also in the picture are coach
Raymond Kam (with glasses) and Charles S, Abernathy, representative of Universal Sports
Corp., sponsors of the team. ( .
Many Positions F or All-Sfar
Game Starters Still Undecided
Colleges Still Look
For Talent, Scandal
By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK (NEA) Jack Plr-
rie is a 17-year-old kid wno, use
a hundred thousand or so others,
receives his high school diploma
this month. The band will play a
little march and Jack will go on
to th,e stage at. Mtplewood High
School in St. iX)uisK snate aanas
with the principal and then head
toward a college degree which he
nopes wiu oring mm uiiu 1410 ium
ISterV.' a,:-,. rt- c
There is, however, a bit more
to it in Pirrie's case. This boy is
6-5. And when he steps onto a
basketball court he is out 01 a
So. of course, he has something
to report along these lines: "One
school I went to visit, wen, roey
offered me something I'm afraid
even to talk about." v
Then you have the phone call
n aluirinus of DuquesneUniver-
iiv made to somebody close to
Nnlden Gentrv. a 6-7 lad whose
basketball talents made him a big
thing at Rockford, 111., High.
"Whv bother?" the Illinois par-
tv asked. "Duquesne Is a nothing
offer. This kid is besieged with
heavy offers.'-' ;
This is in basketball. You in
elude football here. too.. For all
over the nation, right nowt check
tanks are taeine riffled and alma
mater is getting the best nairoaca
an American dollar can ouy.
Th maior eruptions on tne ra-
ciiic Coast football scene have
irmrin absoluteLv no dent on the
fantastic build-up of college ath
letics. UCLA was siappea. &o, 100,
were Washington and lexas a.
und M. On naoer. it was severe
.1 Tir.i-A. in oarticular. Tough e.
nough, you would expect, to force
the rest of the eollege world to
cool down. But a few inquiring
phone calls around the nation dis
prove this. a
Instead, it seems, alumnt, coach-
and scnooi aamuiisimiuiB r
wii involved Tight up to meir
learned double domesare playing
the law of averages. It happend
once this year already, ib won't
hannpn airain for five years. So
let's go straight ahead, they seem
The highways from Ptitsburgh
that snake along the oil-blue wa waters
ters waters of the Monongahela River are
loaded with cars carrying ueeiy
soon as possible to avoid post
ponements; omciai si u b
tim o a.m. Sunday. If all three
members of a threesome agree
a postponement, contact me
rlnv. nffippr ni MRflT. Dale
Rpaii. no nostDonement will be
allowed Deyona mesaay touuw
ing the deadline.
. . i
'';.,'; iJlt aTJ s
, v r
college coaches. They are heading
to Donora or Uniontown or Char-
leroi or any of the mill towns out
of which come big-bodied kids who!
kuock people down on football
For the good kid, It Is not un
common to- nave four or five col college
lege college coaches drop m on him, an announced,
nounced, announced, each day. A flight q, any
part of the nation can be arrang-
pd nn a nhnn rail : 4
On the basketball side' of the
ledger, there is absolutely no re restraint.
straint. restraint. One Southwest Conference
coach made it plain to contacts a.
round New York's basketball hot
bed that he. "would get up an oil
well lor a 6-8 gid who can do the
joo in a Dig way.-
It has bean building up to this
since the scandals back in '51 died
down.- You can bring. up I put
performance chart on basketball
ard almost be able to say, .abso
lutely, that there will be a dis
linct need for cops, district attor attorneys
neys attorneys and lawyers in the near fu
You cant say "the same about
football. But one. thing is certain.
You look for trouble when you
give a kid money. Which is all
they are doing throughout the na
tion right now. y ,.-.
The newspapers make a rather
large to-do about black markets
in engineering school graduates
this season. The academic side of
life, it seems, is catching up with
hf 1' ,t
twkwlk hi T:'
r i c
". I ; t S
i ri 4
NEW YORK, June 27(UP)-
Voting for the starting lineups
in tne All-star Game on juiy 10
at Washington is up in the air.
Some 75,000 ballots still must
be counted and they could bring
arastic revision in both teams,
Commissioner Ford Frlck says
there probably will be two more
announcements aside from the
final official release of the 16
players this Friday.
Balloting ended last Friday
and more than 400 agencies
throughout the nation mainly
radio, TV stations, and newspa-j
pers were given until yesterday
to get their final totals to the
commissioners oiiice.' v
' 1 The' Commissioner said it vas
conceivable that five out of
eight positions in. the National
League and two 'of those in the
American League could come up
with new leaders before the fi
The latest tabulations shnpe
up like this:
- In the- American League
Mickey Vernon of Boston at first
base a Nelson Fox of Chlcagc
second base. ..George Kell of
Baltimore ; third base. . Harvey
Kuenn of Detroit shortstop.
Ted Williams of Boston left field
...Mickey Mantle of New Yoric
center neia...Ai Kaune" or De Detroit
troit Detroit right fields. and Yogi Ber
ra of New York catcher.' r.
In the National Xeague Dale
Lon of Plttsbureh first base
Red Schoendlenst of New York
second base... Ken Boyer of St
Louis third base. . Erpie Banks
of Chicago shortstop... Rip Re
nulskl of St Louis left field.-.
Gus Bell of Cincinnati center!
field... Stan Musial of St. Lou a
right field... and Roy JCampan.
ella of Brooklyn, catcher.
L Pet GB
26 .574 1
27, 57 2
29 All 5
36 ,419 11
34 .414 11
36 .400 12
St. Louis .
TODAY'S GAMES f
Chicago at Brooklyn
St. Louis at New York
Milwaukee at Philadelphia (N)
' Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (NJ
(Night Game) -
Milwaukee 000 000 2002 S 2
Philadelphia 00010102x 4 10 1
Crone (7-4) and Rice. ;
Roberts (8-8) and Lopata.
St. Louis ; : 000 000 0000 3 2
New York 200 001 OOx 3 6 1
Mizell Jackson Mrrtan.
lei, Kinder and Smith.-
uomej (3-7) and SarnL
(Night Game)' '
Chicara oos ion 01 h a i
Brooklyn 120 012 04x 10 11 1
Davlj' (2-2), Vile ntlnettlJ
TV..L.. -- s a- mm. .11 l
xiugnes ana Mcuuuougn.
Maglie (2-1) and Walker.
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh
' (Postponed rain) ;
PANAMA WOMEN'S GOLF
The battle of the women golf
ers of the Isthmian Handicap
Tourney is on. In the first week
of play most of the matches were
finished fairly early in ; .the
game. However, Harriet Serger
and R. Cherry must have had a
good one as Harriet won 1-up on
the 20th hole. y .V-l
In the championship flight
last wees c. Bishop defeated M
Malloryj M. Sewell downed S
Carpenter, Louise Jones over B.
Hughes, M. Biggs won by de default,
fault, default, Lynn Jones took J. Morris
M. Dalton defeated Liz Hadley
A. French over Bev Dilfer and
H. Schull over M. Hastings.,
. m tne first night H. serger de.
feated R. Cherry, J. Stlrewalt
over M. Shilling, p. Dickerson
over R. Daniel, E. Weber had a
bye, B. Hayter won over Vi Pav Pav-lick.
lick. Pav-lick. M. Brewster won bv default
J. Simpson won by default and
H. Owens had a bye.
The matches for this week are
as follows: 1 :
In the championship flight, C
Bishop vs. M. 1 Sewell, Louise
Jones vs. M. Biggs, Lynn Jones
vs. M. Daiton ana A, French vs
H. Schull y v
In the first flight, H. Serger
vs. J. Stlrewalt, p. Dickerson vs.
E. Weber, ,B. Hastings r vs. M.
Brewster and J. Simpson vs. H.
Owens. i .;
Be sure to contact your oppo
nent as soon as possible. Your
matches may be played any time
Tuesday through Friday, but
cannot 'start until after 12:30
pjn. on Saturday and 10:30 a.mJ
GOLF NEWS FROM THE
, 1 By "MO"
Last Thursday was a Perfect
day lor kou and we nad an ex
cellent turn out for the "Tee to
Jeanne Morris coppea nrsi
place in the winners circle. Sec
ond place was won by Betty
Hayter and Elizabeth Weber took
the third place spot. The prize
for low nutts went to us Haaiey.
Tne tournament for next
Thursday, June 28, will be "Best
Score on Even Holes" with
handicap, players are reminded
that they may compete morning
or afternoon. Hope to see you all
out for a happy day of goinng.
See you Thursday.
FORT DAVIS LADIES DAY
A nlne-hnla Biniro 1 TtancO
Bongo Tournament was the play
on Wednesday. Dort Cram won
the tourney with 15 points.
Cleo Burns had a bad leg, so
h pouldn't nntt so Mod. Rube
The Kruge was in charge of the
usual came of chance in the
clubhouse. It was decided to
continue the regular Wednesday
Ladies Day. So all you experienc experienced
ed experienced pollers and duffers alike
come out" : '
i A farewell luncheon was held
at the Cristobal Yacht Club fol-
Inorin. fViik tAiimomunt And
good-byes were said to Mary Du
bois, wno is going to uoioraao
rtnrt from whn im hullM for
iNnrfollt. Virtrlnlar Ionise John
son, who la going on vacation to
31 00 9
34 .477 10ft
35, .435 13
42. J91 16
; TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Chicago s
NewYork at Kansas City (NJ
Washington at' Detroit
Baltimore at Cleveland J
Baltlmora nil nm nnn a
, i vv. wv 4 j a n
I Cleveland 000 003 lQx 4 B 1
Johnson. Zuverink (4-3) and
Wynn (8-4) and Hegan.
Boston v inn nnn nnn a a
Chicago 030 000 lOx 4 0
-Brewer (9-3),, .Bauman and
White. : -y ....
Harshman (8-4) and Lollar;
(NIrhl Gm :
Washineton ' nn nn .
Detroit loo 01-3 a i
, Stewart, Stone and Courtney.
Foytack, Aber and Wilson.
(Called on account of rain)
(First Game) '' '
New York : i oil 201 300-S 10 0
Kansas City 030 000 0014 7 a
Gorman U.a. rvimia .-a
Mexico via Tennessee and Tex.
is going to Pensacola, Florida.
T.'a. ?eli organized
Ladies pay,, thanks to jan
oiirewait and we wiU r-' the
Loretta park will be llvl. & o
Oie pacific aide very soon, to
v "Yor "we wm tenent
by our loss.
-Prizes for. the recent Ringer
Tment f were ..wardK
tne following gals: :
t"', KfyMr Jeame Alexander.
Most Ringers, Viola PavUck.
Low net, Dort Cram.
2nd low net, Viola pavllck.
WENTWORTH. n .Vim. ...
- (OT) Uttle Ben' Hogan
,Rr!,t rally the
individual championships in the
Canada Cup golf matr.hr. at
Wentworth, England. ...
with Sammy Snead to keep the
team trophy for the united
States. British golf fans called
the tournament "Hogan and
Snead versus the '-.world." The
two USL stars wera tavnrA t
win the Cup in the field of 28-
iwo-man teams. It was the first
major tournament Hogaa and
Snead played as a team,
Hogan shot a three-under-paj
68 on the final round lor a 72-
hOle total Of 977 W trails Stan
Leonard by two strokes after the
third round. Roberto De Vlcenzo
or Argentina finished 2nd with
a 282 five strokes back of Ho
gan. .Leonard slipped to sixth
place with a 286.
Snead, after playing poorly in
wis tun uui vi uic vuurnBiaeni,
wound up with a total 290. Al
oaiuuig, lieonara g cainaoian
teammate, had a. 74.7 in tha fi
nal two rounds, while Leonard
suareu to -f(S. 'i
The i95 ftnH t.h to; rr
Amateur champions have led
seven Americans into the third
round of the British' Women's
Onen Oolf ehnmnlnncViln Tha
tournament is taking place at
The 19S4 rhamnlnn Darhara
Romack and 1955 title holder
Fat usser played "heads-up
golf" to pace the United States
entries. Four nth,. Am 0r 'con
The other Americana advanc advancing
ing advancing hlto the third rnnnH mrm
Margaret Smith... Po" pv...
Mary Ann Downey... Mary Jans,
sen... and Mrs. John Penning Pennington.
NEW YORK TW
Newcombe of the Dodepr. a hi
r-itcher each season, still has yet
to win a World Series or All-Star
WEDNESDAY, JTXE 27, 1936
TEE FAX ASIA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEW SPAMS
err ah Fast Start Backs Up Mickey's Bz
r:ov RuriNir;G fok villiat.is
finch-hitting for Harry Grayson
By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK (NEA) Casey
SUneel. his baseball undershirt
hanging down to his knees, growl
ed about now be bad just lost uus
here ball-game and if people
would just pay attention to or
Case, things would be O.K.
But no. they don t. be growled
and then beaded for the door on
his private dressing room at Yan.
kce btadium. ,.; .,
There fa responsible authority for the popular noUon that
It Is aomehow more congenial to be rich than poor, and if
"imilar reasonln is applicable to baseball managers, one must
bSeve they would rather hare first-place club, than last-place
A rear aeo at "this time Fred Girod Haney was to the
troce sa o" kXi "Pittsburgh Pirates to their third consecu consecu-tm
tm consecu-tm e" Sth-plaw finish, an accomplishment lor which, with
characteristic modesty, he later declined to accept y credit
"Let's lace It," ha told newsmen. "I couldnt hare done it
without the players." ; y
Rundav kr Haney was fa the Taig town with the high fly fly-In
In fly-In Mlkf: aSSSS. tottag r.rrJ?m0m0ted
coach to manager, to succession to C&rlej Grtam. ,,
, "What's the difference between Pittsburgh and Milwaukee?
be was asked. -.
f rftUfnrn'si w ht jtnawerett
I was almost certain I bad beard him omctly. As far as
I could ten. lust by looking, he seemed all right. S till, three
yean In thenar? and with Branch Rickey 1 o;ering around
aU the time, and aD those Little Leaguers hi had to bed bed-ttoe
ttoe bed-ttoe storito, a. the, would be at then r cutest against the
horrid old Brooklyn In next day's double-header., ,
stronger men had been known to filp for less. i
"Yes," resumed Mf. Haney.' Three In the morning, 5. even
the ohone rings. 'So you win another one? Great work, pal
it "ySu know! old mends, from Los Angeles pasa pasa-s.nt
s.nt pasa-s.nt Barbara calling to wish me luck. Naturally, Im
S emy ffiUPSS wneTmidiSght out m if. 3 in the
morning bere. Bo that's the difference. No sleep.
GITnNQ THE BREAKS.
Mr. Haney had made no changes to personnel sjce Grimm'
departure and yet the team was .moving t a awifter gait than
at any previous time this aeasoa Was this coincidence, or the
result of a magic managerial formula? ;. r; ,s .;;
The law of averages explained Mr. Haney. "The breaks
to make the most Judicious use possible of what he a got to
work with. :
' ''"Whether von are on top, or at the bottom, the prime pb-
lectivTta the same" he aid? '..Get more runs than the, other
fellow and vot jj flni-es still need more muscle 1 the
, battinr order and a stronger bull pen. One reason he's made
no "hinge, so far to that he dMnV want to appear a. f he
were second-guessing Grimm. Another, of course, is lAat the
team has been wtatang...S
If Gene Canty, M riht-hander, recentlyA the jteabled
list, a shoulder ailment case, can take his turn and win with
regularity Vr. Haney believes the Braves can go all' the way.
Coey'i TcomVleteam. the other day was Ws first since last
July. :Y-;:; ft::-'-0. Arv
.v.- : i l.lll..- wa A tlnrlilo lost Shrifir. ' J "Con-
ley's our maxe-or-orea uy. k ";
are to do it" As it turned out, no broke Orimnii , i
c u i. .nn nmtfo in th leasnie this tea-
i. ii .mIm. Im vjmrf Tm .r. t .thlnlp that I
i ...u t(rVi rd- Thr ftr: WRml that
- b. aryotTwith tlieir bats alotfeJ'Ttex.irpf'Wtljey
. .J pitching, ttejE'd really murder fe. Z fr.
. How about the Pirates? tJiZ
"When I had the club It was a tryout camp. We were look look-'
' look-' ing dreamy eyed to the future. Under the new set np. they try
, to win today's garner the manager always plays his best men,
and some of them are good enough to hurt you."
- i ' .
' -I ABOUT NEXT YEAR
' The announcement of Mr. Haney's appointment was so
. .rAA a t,iv tha Imnreninn to tnmt that it had been made
on an interim basis. 7 -t ; -:
The situation. In effect, Is this," related the 58-year-old
Irish-Dutchman who was born in Albuquerque, N. Mex "if eon eon--
- eon-- ditlons are mutually' satisfactory at the end of this season I'll
be back: If not, I Won't Neither the elub nor I b committed
beyond that." -
Just the same, the press box continues to buzz insistently
that Leo Durocher is going to take over out there. Still, it is
most difficult to picture the fastidious Lip switching from
escargots a la bourguinonne to sauerbraten as a good-will
gesture to the peasantry. Besides, he's made It known a new
contract will keep him in Hollywood through 1957,
Anyway, why would owner Louie Perinl want to look any
further for a manager than Fred Girard Haney, who has for-
tots perched in present-day dugouts will ever learn?
Oh" Nsnrt lfo
in 11 i 1 nri f
I I twxx,! j
I COUL.O DO X. SJV0U E( 1 'ft
. without ir$ fjfff AS NOT 1 -. "a.
;.-- eruo K, -taw own .-, v
' i is N ?
Yankees Can Blame Selves
If Wilson Pitches Chisox
To .American Loop Pennant
' By JACK CUDDY -NEW
YORK: June 27-(UP)
If Jim Wilson pitches the White
Sox to the American League
pennant j and he's making a
mighty fine try the Yanxees
will, kick themselves all over the
lot for passing up an opportuni
ty to get him this winter.
Since v obtainintr the, 34-year-
old; soft-throwing -Wilson. Jrom
the Orioles on May 21, th White
Sox have cut the Yankee's lead
by five games and. Wilson has
clicked off six victories to bring
his record to 10-3.
Throachout most of last
winter the Yankees dickered
with the Orioles, expressing; an
Interest In Baltimore pitchers
Bill Wight, Ray Moore and
W'lson. First the Yankees were
Interested In Wight, then Wil Wilson
son Wilson and for a time in Moore. :
got him, X honestly think
can win it all.'
I want to show you s o m e-
thin'," Casey said and be led the
;wo writers with turn out on the
runway and up the flight of stairs
to the Yankee dugout ..
IT WAS LONO AFTER the
game and the ballpark was de
serted. But Casey put one foot on
the dugout's top step and began
pointing, just as if the game were
"See up there?" he snorted, fin
ger pointing at the right field
"Wuiams upstairs once, in a
wuue, riKiur rieitr Kuua auoi.
hud? Henrich downstairs now and
then. Good, huh?
"Well I'll show you a kid who'll
hit it over ... Over the whole
not!" Casey waved his arm wild wildly.
Then he turned to the center
field bleachers. "How far?"' be
asked, "-'j-;f -:f
Somebody read off a 447 foot
sign for him.
"Dl MAC6I0 HITS THE WALL.
Pretty good, huh?" Stengel kept
going. "Well, I'll show you a kid
who'll hit one over the stands!"
He repeated this as be turned
to the left field stands, and by
now his listeners were perked up.
Stengel was in a pose, ihis fin finger
ger finger pointing at the light stands,
high atop the left field third deck,
when the writer next to nun saw,
!'Who is this guy?"-
With that.. Stengel turned and
started down the steps, his shoul shoulders
ders shoulders shrugging. s
. JrVi; 4.', i .; .. J .... .
I say he's ready now, but
they won't let Case have him.
They claim I'm rushing him.",
"Who .is ne?" tne guy asicea a-
"Some kid W Jopun," tasey
fiTTvcrtrtM. mm i n- inia in lOU
Rmit i kait nntn k. t;iA inS first UmO MB
By BEANS REARDON V
24 Years m National League
nnttea xor iSEA service
and It was
kid from Jop-
we r" nr.TJ..r ,"V"'."'' w "'l in." m he caled Mickey Manue.
uiaie ruciier ijuu aieaier. h waw-i. . xi-...
in wm u au." . ieH to th- hnll.n.n a hrin 1- i.nao oeen menuoneu rounu new
The Yankees viewed Wilson's! uJ:Ut& story is put on paper
transfer from Baltimore to Chi- chanced iti mind tC here because, at this moment,
cago without undue alarm; cer- Root to leave Sleater in The bMiMaster Mantle ?5 come.- tne
tainly they never felt that thempi jo?.
. v - .vhuuwm ua ma aic ii a u cii m siiiibt.
possibly make all that differr into the earn. But h. w ovpf.
to tne White sox pen: i ruled by the nlata umnlra. whv
dw ir. in i
. Wilson has had to wa't a
lonr time' for stardom to beck1'
f en. In 1945 he was almost kill.
d by a line drive off Hank
Greenberg's bat. As he lay in
his hospital bed he debated
whether to return to baseball
and he admits now be consid considered
ered considered giving it up. .
For tne next few years he
Since wuue mays naa- m
home runs before the Ail Star
game break way back in 1955.
Right now, the main question in
ii auMol pinlo renter nn this
Answer": la this case, the base hinnd-haired nackaee of soeed and
umpire was correct. Once t h ei muscles and his chances to break
pitcher is waved in, he must come'Sabe Ruth's 60-homer mark.
in. me ptaie umoire
didn't see this. However, the plate
umpire bad s case, too. Technical Technically,
ly, Technically, all substitutes should be called
in through him. c
Q. When a batter and pitcher
both are ready and the batter
were open for bids and the Yan
kees listed such players as sec
ond baseman Gerry Colemani
and pitcher Tom iMorgan as a-vailables.
Th. Orioles held out for sMU
another Yankee player and while
negotiations were going on, the
Bronx Bombers lost interest in
obtaining Wight ; because he got
off to a poor start.
So th Yankees focused their
attention on Wilson and Moore
but finally decided v neither of
them was worth wnat the,ono-
les were asking.
Wilson's brilliant showing
with the White Sox so far must
come as a particularly annoying-
boomerang te the Yankees,
especially in view f the poor
pitching- they have been get getting"
ting" getting" from Bob Turley and
Mickey McDermott, two bart barters
ers barters thev went all-out to obtain
from ether clubs.. .
When the White Sox acauited
Wilson from the Orioles. Chica
go Manager Marty Marion snia:
"Witnout a pltcner uxe wuson
we didnt have a chance to win
drifted between thTmi or7 SS
aeStUaJnUo!h & -StfSS lTUT Umt
" Me xies agamss me rnu- A. He must request time from
.' the umpire. .
But the Braves nprlrilftri him ; '
maicawa xney.to the Orioles in April of 1955
m tne onmes in Apru or 1955;..-.-. I. a
and even though he was toiling bURctf S 11131 III
for a seventh-place club h post- a
ed 12 victories against 18
ieats. t ; '
Those dozen victories, plus the
fact that a number of his losses
occurred -in exceptionally close
games, opened pot only the eyes
of the Yankees but the eves of
a number ,of other clubs as well
several limes durin? the nast
winter the Orioles had Inquiries!
auuui wuson irom various Amer American
ican American League clubs but no deal
for him was consummated un until,
til, until, last month. 1
'NEW YORK (NEA) Hat
Chase and George Sisler; the big
names of major league first base
plsy, are tied for the most years
leading the majors"with errors.
Ernie Braes', one of the managers,
Robinson's crowd, however, nev never
er never forgot them as the fail-through
on the proposed Art Aragon big
money bout at Los Angeles prov
"We were back In the liquor
OF CAST 1 lousiness and the car dealers were
rubbing their hands again, Braca
NEW YORK (NEA) Of fe'ssys. "Then we woke up a n d
New York Giants' World Cham found the California commission
nirnshin Infield of 1954. on'v Han': had killed the bouL.
Thompson, third baseman, still is) "Could you please tell me 'why
the pennant but now that we've playing.1 they caU Robinson, -sugar ?
As he swats balls at inplausible
distances, every move the Mick!
makes becomes news. Fans jump'
out of the stands to grab him.
To anybody who was with Sten-!
gel that day in 1950, the Tales of;
Mickey Mantle are being publish published
ed published as expected. So' as a member,
of the knew-it-all-the-time school,
this department would like to ad advance
vance advance one bit of dry statistical ma-!
terial which, when tossed into the
Mantle hopper, comes alive.
That would be the batting aver average
age average of Lawrence Berra, catcher,
who bats fourth In the Yankee
lineup, behind Mantle.
LAST YEAR AT ALL S TAR
Hi e V TIME, Yogi was hitting .283 ana
i-5 r.hn had 12 home runs. A danger-
wucu vaimcq nasuiu wsi nis Vi7.. T D,.t t$ alms
welterweight crown to J.JM12ito?l
Snxton, it caused a severe slump' k,nwh.i(Lh.te K
in bankrolls in New York. Pcertsm amount of gambling by a
Sugar Ray Robinson and" h 1 1 H m.I.i. ihi. nerlnd in 1955
sssrssms rasgt r s
.... ...... ...lull mart often than not.
NEW YORK (NEA)
wnen carmen Basilio
''fa 'V ht '':
(kUCDONALD m MOI UMTflD, Dtotm., Ulta, ScMia-a
SEE YOU LATER When Bob Sa'tterfleM hit.
4hey did here to ringsidevbound Johnny Summerlin. Summerlin, Detroit heavy, was able toW
scramble back inttTthe ring and finish, his losing effort against Satterfield, the Chicago bomber. (J
they figured, so what If he walks?
Berra ain't that hot to kill you
just yet. This is not. to say they
disregarded Yogi, we a inpi y
wasn't so fearsome then. Nothing
like he is now. :- v-f
Tor this spring, squat Yogi has
boomed his average into the
.330's. He has 17 home runs. He
j a terror. So how, the pitchers
ak themselves, can you afford to
play extra safe with Mantle, let
him get on with that walk, when
you have this murderer coming up
- j j "' ..
Berra is, of course, not respon responsible
sible responsible for those half-mile shots
Mnntie hits. The Mick does them
by himself, thank you. But we do
submit that leave us not forget
Yogi in the rusn. tie is neipmg
m:t. nrettv well.
You pitch to Mantle today, You
can't duck him because Yogi is
next. That's ail Mickey wants.
Just pitch to him. He takes care
ot the rest.
Let 'Em See
What Its Like
For The Others
EAST LANSING. Mich. (NEAV-
Though Notre Dame wrestled with
Oklahoma and Michigan Stat on
successive football weekends this
fall, Spartans' Coach Duffy Daugh Daugh-erty
erty Daugh-erty argues that he has a tough tougher
er tougher schedule than the t Fighting L
"Because," he says, "we have
to play Notre Dame and they (No (Notre
tre (Notre Dame) do not."
Somebody asked the Michigan
State mentor what was the most
effective thing his multiple-offense
boys do from the short-punt forma
"Kick the balL Daughterly re
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day. You will have stronger nerves, a
better appetite, a keener brain. Signs of
weakness will vanish and you will enjoy
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rfDEZVOUS IN NEW YORK Marilyn Monroe chats with
; Tiance Arthur Miller as they drive from New York to his rustic
hideaway in Roxbury, Conn. Marilyn avoided photographers
and newsmen as she left her aoartment and took a taxi to a
determined spot where she met Miller. The press, however,
Kd in on them, and the touple was slightly delayed in
BoyTl2, Girls 11
Twelve boys snd eleven girls
Were born at Gorgas Hospital dur during
ing during the week ending at midnight,
June 25, according to the regular
hospital report. During the same
period 207 patients were admit admitted
ted admitted and 191 were discharged, v
. Th nimpi and addresses of the
parents of the girl babies follow:
f Mr. and Mrs. Herjbert GiUings,
bt Paraiso; Mr. and Mrs. Fiti Mar Marshall,
shall, Marshall, of Panama; Mr. and Mrs.
Tom E. McLaughlin, of Panama;
RM-2 and Mrs. Robert A. Barker,
f Summit; 1st Lt and Mrs. Billy
B. Wise, of Ft. Kobbe; Maj.and
Mrs. Jimmy M. Hamill, of Albrook;
A-Lc and Mrs. Harlan E. Parrish,
.( riminilii' Mr onH Mr Unhprt
lawyer, of Diablo; Mr. and Mrs.
Antonia Barria, of Ancon; Mr. and
jlrs. Jose M. Iglesias, of Paraiso;
fend RMC and Mrs. Edward A.
Cook, of Summit.
BoysMvere born to the following:
; Mr. and Mrs. Jose P. Romero,
of Panama; 1st Lt. and Mrs. John
H. Farrar, Jr., of Ft. Kobbe; Sgt
and Mrs. J. T. Matthew Bingham,
of Ft. Kobbe: S-Sgt and Mrs. Rich
ard L. Bell, of Albrook; S-Sgt. and
Mrs. Peter T. Moncado, of Laco Laco-na;
na; Laco-na; Mr. and Mrs. Juan A. Ssco.
Jar. of Panama: Mr. and Mrs. Fitz
R. Spooner, of Paraiso; Mr. and
airs. Joseph F. Wolfe, -of Curundu:
Mr. and Mrs. Hector M. Crooks, of
Panama: Al-e and Mrs. Franklin D
Ball, of Panama; Mr. and Mrs. Al
fonso Lorenzo, of raraiso: ana Ma,
nd Mrs. Arthur W. Dodson, of Ft,
EVEN THE REPORTERS WERE SHOCKED AND SOON THE WORLD
WOULD KNOW! The explosive true story of Billy
Mitchell a fighting hero who set off the most
sensational trial in U.S. history!
C... .S t CKFLXfl IA1TH EtliAaMY lOOSItietR tifiSl EUZABETHEORTGOn-fHicuii
to, mt um, n mu vUtiUMiwKtiixrr. i ma SUICS JIKJrti Miilin
Get Tough Policy
Ordered To Quell
LIMA, Peru,, June 27 (UP) -Peru's
armed forces were ordered to
day to enforce stringent govern government
ment government measures aimed at ending a
wave of violence in. this strike-pa
ralyzed counuy, c r )
President Manual : Odria last
night suspended certain constitu constitutional
tional constitutional guarantees and civil liber
ties following riots which caused
injuries to some 60 persons.
Th decree was issued a few
hours after some 100,000 unionized
workers walked eut on an indefi indefinite
nite indefinite nation-wide strike." ." v
i Odria ordered the armed forces
and police to enforce the decree
which bans the right of habeaus
corpus, public meetings and unre unrestricted
stricted unrestricted travel within Peru for 30
, The decree said certain elements
were "developing a subversive
plan and committing outrages a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst lives and property." It add added
ed added that the government has the
duty to take "the necessary steps
to give the citizenship in general
the guarantees to which it is enti entitled"
tled" entitled" v -.vVV-V
Informed sources said the gov
ernment did not intend to impose
press censorship or restrict other
:,;!-. "::'!,:' ;'",;.-.-,V.:t'lr'i;'.-5i,;':i
Both Lima and its nearby port
city of Callao were plagued by riot rioters
ers rioters yesterday. Thirty-four persons
were injured in clashes connected
with the strike or with separate
student demonstrations against a
hike in streetcar fares. At least
26 persons were injured in previ
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"Let the people
Republicans Abandon Hope Of Blocking
USAF's Extra $1 Billion Appropriation
WASUTNfiTfW Jiinn 27 CTTPli
Republicans today virtually aban aban-dcoed
dcoed aban-dcoed hope of blocking a Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic drive in Congress to give the
Air Force nearly $1 billion more in
appropriations than the Administra
turn asked. .. :, i-
They suffered a major defeat
yesterday when the Senate, hand handing
ing handing President Eisenhower his atif atif-fott
fott atif-fott rebuff en military policy,
voted 41 to 40 to allot the Air
force an extra $0 million, r.
it HiH n in aDnrovine. 88-0. a Dill
nmuiHina an nvcrill 134.783.734-
1000 in defense funds for the new
TK. lifins measure now ffoest
to a Senate-House conierence com
mittee, where the extra money ror
the Air Force must again oe pas
nut Hnnco annronnations special
ists indicated today they will ac.
cept some and possibly all of
the $960 million voiea oy uie ou
Weather Or Not
This weather, reooit, for the 14.
; hourt ondinf I a m. toe'ay, b pro pro-aarad
aarad pro-aarad by tho Metaoralogleal and
Hydrograpkie Branch of tho Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Company.
' BALBOA CRISTOBAL
WIND ' y
THURSDAY, JUNE 28
7:00 a.m. 12:44 a.m
7 .OS p.m. 1:01 p.m.
rilllKlI mmhWSH sm
INDEPENDENT jjS DALLY
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know the truth and the
PANAMA, E. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, J95
rte, most of which would go for
increased plane proaucuon.
While Congress moved to in increase
crease increase U.S. defense fundi, Brit Britain
ain Britain yesterday announced $141
million cutback in its current de defense
fense defense spending, which totals a a-bout
bout a-bout S4 billion. ?::?:
The British said the cutback was
made possible as a result of 'eco 'economies
nomies 'economies and would not entail a man-
oower reduction. -.
The $34.8 billion bill .approved
by the Senate goes to a conference
committee so that differences can
be ironed out between it and
$33.6 billion bill previously passed
by trie House.
, Tho action climaxed months-el
controversy in which Democrats
charged that the administration
was allowing Russia to wrest air
supremacy away from tho Unit Unit-.
. Unit-. ed States. 's;,,i.'5f:,;V,s'.T
A last-minute defense of admi
nistration policy by Air Force Se Secretary
cretary Secretary Donald A. Quarles failed to
change the outcome. ; ... ..
The 960 million dollar increase
if used by the administration-
would provide 800 million dollars
for a speed up in the production
of such warplanes as the B-S2 ih ih-tereontinental
tereontinental ih-tereontinental jet bomber, 100 mil-
A welcominr ceremony eonsltme
of a review and parade will-, be
held at the Fort Kobbe airstrip for
MajL Gen. Thomas L. Harrold,
new commanding general USAR
CARIB. Friday at 10 a.m..
Troons from the 20th Infantry
Regiment, 65th AAA Group, 7461st
Signal USARCASIB School 518th
Engineer Company Combat, US-
ARCARIB Engmeer. and the Posts
of Fort Clayton, Corozal and Fort
Amador will participate in toe cer
The public Is invited to attend
and are urged to be in their seats
by 9:35 a.m. at winch time adiu
tank's call will be sounded. Am
pie parking and seating will be a-
vanable. ; . ,
Cen. and Mrs. Harrold arrived
in the Canal Zone last Sunday and
this week the general has been
briefed extensively the the USAR-
CARIB Staff and visited with gov
ernment officials of the Republic
of Panama, the Canal Zone, and
the Armed Forces here. v.-
I teuntrtoef M f I
country is safe' Abraham Lincoln,
lion, dollars for research and dev
elopment, 40 million dollars for
maintenance and operation, and 20
million dollars for personnel.
The Senate vote was the biggest
military policy setback suffered by
the President, a former fiwe-star
general, since he took office in
The chief executive still may
have the final say, however. Ho
could refuse to spend the addi additional
tional additional Air Force funds ei former
Democratic President Harry S.
Truman once did. ?, ;
As Man From Mars
DOUAI. France. June 27 flJPW-
A 36-year-old Romanian was con convicted
victed convicted here today of posing as a
man trom Mars and pretending to
cure ailments with "magnetic"
Teenage Girl Screams Obscenities
After Conviction On Murder Count
TTUNTSVILLE. Ala.; June 27
fUP) An 18-year-old, pistol-packing
blonde went berserk when con
victed of murder last night, curs cursed
ed cursed the judge, jury and prosecutor
and almost escaped in a frenzy
of screams and kicks.
The eirl. Fay Graiz. with steel
blue eyes and a hefty build, kick kicked
ed kicked the shins of several court offi
cials, shouted obscenities before
she was finally shoved to her cell
under a 20-year sentence.
', A witness said her laneuaee.
clearly heard by all participate
in the trial and some SO courtroom
spectators, "couldn't be printed
except for Wi' and 'of s
"Miss Craig, with "j a police rec record
ord record of several shootings, was found
guilty of seed-degree murder bj
the 12-man jury in the shooting
death of Winfred Rutledge, 24,
while he was tussling with her boy
friend, Bobby Malone, on a down down-town
town down-town atreet last March 3.
After the jury announced the
verdict Miss Craig and her' attor
ney, jea smitn. conferred tor sev several
eral several seconds. Suddenly, the young
woman began cursing and scream screaming
ing screaming ,:. -v I
She dashed from the court room
but was overtaken on a stair by
Smith and Deputy Sheriff Frank
Reddick, who managed to restrain
her. '. ' s
She returned q.uietly to the court courtroom,
room, courtroom, but when she spotted Depu-
6M 7:33 1:03
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-MARLE' SINCLAIR JAFFE
A REPUBLIC PICTURE
Such action almost automatic al
ly would project the issue into the
Only hours before the Senate
showdown, Quarles told a Senate
Armed Services subcommittee in investigating
vestigating investigating air power that the ad administration's
ministration's administration's budget was "ade "adequate",
quate", "adequate", to maintain air superiori
ty over Russia. t i;
Democrats cited sworn testimony
bv such air commanders as Gen.
Curtis E. Lemay, commander oi
the Strategic Air Command, that
the administration program would
cost the United States air supre supremacy
macy supremacy in the next three to four
ILE DTJ LEVANT, France, June
27 (UP) Four men took offense
when .they were asked to leave a
nudist colony bar here because
they were not properly pressed.
The men had clothes on.
ty Solicitor David Culver, e h e
rushed to him and began kicking
mm ana others i around him. .
Again she was calmed, but when
she heard the judge's sentence it
took three deputies to drag her,
still kicking and screaming obsce obscenities,
nities, obscenities, from the courtroom to her
jail celL ,:.'.
TAX PAYMENT Finance Minister Alfredo Ate man holds a check for $4,083,755.44 paid by the
Chiriqul Land Co. to cover its income tax payments to the Panama government. Shown with
Aleman are (L to r ): Ricardo A. Melendez, secretary of the ministry; Chirilanco manager
Vereker T. Mais, who delivered the check, and Esteban Lopes, the firm's public relations, di-
rector, 1 - '
, PRICES: .75 .40
1:00, 2:50, 4:50, (:55, 9:05 p.m.
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C WASHINGTON, June 27 (UP)
Both men at the head of the
probable Republican ticket this
fall found their aides under
scrutiny of the Sana to Investi Investigating
gating Investigating subcommittee today.
Chairman John L. McClellan (D (D-Ark.)
Ark.) (D-Ark.) told reporters;
1. He would give President Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's White House staff a
few more days to reveal -who leak
ed cabinet secrets to a reporter
writing a book on the Administration-
after Congress had been de denied
nied denied similar information.
2. His subcommittee will m
Friday with Vice-President Rich Richard
ard Richard M. Nixon's 1952 campaign
manager, Murray M. Chotiner. to
receive records of Chotiner! law
practice which it has subpenaed.
mcieuan said Uiouner. in a
telephone conversation, agreed to
come in personally won. his rec records
ords records Fridav. '
He said Chotiner wanted to turn
tbem over to the senators rather
than subcommittee counsel Rob Robert
ert Robert F. Kennedy, with whom : he
has been feuding, v
The Arkansas Democrat said
the subcommittee has not.decided
whether the meeting would" be. pub
lic, but he said, the primary pur
pose ot tne session, is to get the
records rather than to question
Chotiner, That may come later, he
Said.' ,-, '-. ; .....
The group has been tnvestigaf tnvestigaf-Ing
Ing tnvestigaf-Ing Chotinor's law practica sine
his name bobbed up as attorney
for two blaeklistod doming mak makers
ers makers m an investigation of craft
in military uniform buying. i;-'.
The Senate investigators, anger
ed by the failure of a. top White
House aid to appear for question
ing, demanded to know bow a
newspaperman got secret Cabinet
records which were denied to -Con
gress. i i ;t.
They! also decided to ask, Attor Attorney
ney Attorney General Herbert Brownell Jr,
to explain the- newspaperman's
daim that Brownell- once accused
Sen. Joseph" R, McCarthy (B-Wis.)
or ordering a Federal agency to
withhold information from the
Justice -DeDartment; ;
, McClellan took the" actions after
Maxwell B." Rabb, secretary of
President Eisenhower's tabmet,
spurned an invitation to testify on
tbe issue. ". 'yv:vV'
Rabb wrote McClellan saying
lie did not knew how Robert J.
Donovan, White House reporter
ri) iVi) Y
Atco on nn
stcrv; cn cazz 10
for the Now York Herald T,L
eoramM material for a
forthcoming book en the Eisen.
T!"! administration, "The In.
He "respectfully declined" an in invitation
vitation invitation to testify.
McCarthy branded Rabb's stand
is "comnletelv ant
arrogant." He urged the subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee to subpena Rabb, asserting
the Senate itself could punish the
White House official if he failed
to show up.
. The book quotes Brownell as
saying McCarthy instructed the
staff of the. Genera I Accounting
Office to hold back Information
from the FBI on "questionable
activities of a clothing manu manu-factuer.":
factuer.": manu-factuer.": :;'- .v
McCarthy said that if BrownelI
Was Ouoted apptiratvlv it
of the most scurrilous statements
against a senator I have read for
McClellan ordered the staff to
ask Browtell about this. -
' In demanHinff an Brnlonotmn nf
how Donovan got his information.
jnciieuan said Kabn, as 'secre 'secretary
tary 'secretary of the Cabinet, should have
custody of the group's records.
e said one passage concerning
a talk Rabb had with Mr Fin.
hower would indicate that they a
tone naa tne miormauon.
McClellan alsn nrdprprf his staff
to write heads of other depart-
menu wnicn previously have de denied1
nied1 denied1 information to the subcom.
mittM nn. th- nl nf Ih ctiumi.
tive branch's right of secrecy for
its "working papers." r
He said much of the information
her sought is at a. lower level than
Cabinet meetings. ;
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