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WHERE IT HAPPENED .This general. view of the north rim of the Grand Canyon shows
the area of what Is probably commercial'avlation's greatest disaster. Arrows mart the crash
spots of the united Air line's DC-7, top, and the TWA Super Constellation. .
WASHINGTON, July 3-(Uf)
The House passed and sent to
the senate yesterday a bill tc
authorize construction or a
bridge across the Panama cana)
at Balboa. '.
Voting on the bill was 324 to
'59.. i f-
The brdge will fulfill eom eom-mitment
mitment eom-mitment made by ie L'nWed
States In 1942, In return for
the use of certain sites in Pan
j; ivona ar 11.
i f t'rdcrstand-'
..I 1 11'-- T ft
er Panama bills wre
finally approved by ne $nw,e
vesterdav and sent to the'Whii,e
iiouse to be signed iiit'o.taW..
. One authorizes Jhe Panama
Canal Company to onvey to the
State Department an Improved
site in Colon to be used for
housint; lor emnloyes'.ol the
American consulate. t V; ?
The second proyldes for the
transfer of seven navigationa!
lights on the approaches of the
Canal from the Jurisdiction of
the Coast Guard to :hat of the
Panama Canal Company.
Picked Up InRP,
J::!:d In Bslboa4'-
Hilton Dudley Smith, a sowa sowa-wy
wy sowa-wy who jumpea overboard and
v?m ashore from a transiting
ship last May 20, has been picked
up in the Republic of Panama
Lai is now lodged in Balboa jail.
Police of both the Canal Zone
and Panama have : been looking
for the 25-year-old native of St
Kitts, B.W.J, since he broke out
of his cabin and disappeared while
the British vessel Merton was
making a northbound transit -According
to the shin's master.
the presence of Davis aboard the
Merton was first discovered short
lv after the vessel transited south'
bound for Vancouver, B.C. last
He was incarcerated in Vancou Vancouver
ver Vancouver until the ship sailed. W hen
the ship was 12 miles out, he leap
ed overboard: Picked up by a
passing, tug, be told a fictitious
story of having lost two compa
nions when a boat overturned.
When his identity was discovered,
British Columbian police put him
on a plane and be returned to the
shin at ban feoro. taut.
The Merton, bound for South
Africa, had hoped to put Smith
off in Curacao and have him flown
to St Kitts.
From AFLCIO 900
Calls On Gove rnbr
Cnal Zone Gov. William Potter
: rceived a delegation from Local
900, GCEOC, AFL-CIO, on a courte courtesy
sy courtesy call yesterday. ,..
: The union representatives Infor
mally aiscussed a number of mat
ten with the Governor and person personnel
nel personnel director Edward A. Doolan.
A union spokesman said that the
un'on win request a conference
witn the Governor shortly to en
ter int. official discussions.
Jlombers of the union's de'"a
tloa were administrative chai ian
Ha'old W. Rerrie, secretary l evl
n(ld Callendfr, ard GCROC. ftfi-
i jo int'rnational repiescntaUve
William H. Sinclair
it fft nit .mtlin
ONE SECTION The tail assembly of.TVVA's Super Constella Constellation
tion Constellation Is shown scattered across the mountainside of the Grand
Canyon about one mile from the, site of the united .Airlines
DC-7 Wreck. No one remained alive in the TWA plane.
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Aviation Officials Planning
To Prevent Air Collisions ''
WASHINGTON, July 3 UF)
Aviation officials In govern government
ment government and private Industry today
tola or, plans ana weas. ; lor
ereatly intreaaed control of
planes In flfeht to prevent colli
sions in ma ir.- .. .x
Invest'gaiors seeking the
cause of Saturday's fatal dou double
ble double .crash, In Grand Canyon
have made'fio official find'ng.
but the circumstances pointed
to the possibility that the two
airliners rail Into each other.
Man air U conscious people
have been voicine concern for
several year about current air
tratnc congwtton and ine liKe liKe-lihood
lihood liKe-lihood of cntical congestion in
the future when there are more
and faster nlanes,
There was! some feeling today
that last weekend's tragedy in
Arizona would have Ironically
beneficial retuitsr in bnnsing
more energiei to bear on solu solution
tion solution of th nioblem. v
Lonj befori the latest catas catastrophe,
trophe, catastrophe, plans Vhd programs were
being startedf. :
' The Civil Aeronautic Admin
istration has $265 million five
year plan for multiplying its,
ground instant tions for an nav
igation and vat fic r.mtroi ra
dar, radio sicpals and eround-
NY's Bedloe ls.(
May Be llenomed
WASHINGTON July 3 (UP) '-,; Mr. Eisenhower yesterday told
The Senate yest rday pased and his doctors he is "feellns strong strong-sent
sent strong-sent to the Houi) a resolution to er and stronger every day' And
change the nam of Bedloe's Is- as if to prove it. he toc around
land in New rk "arbor.- on hfs farm in a station wagon for
wMrh the SJatue of Liberty is lo-
cated, to Liberty Island.
"let fA people
gress recently voted $40 million
for the first year's work.-
The Air Transpori Association
made up of the nation's 47
scheduled airlines, decided only
last wecK to make a big pusn in
tneir search for device to warn
pilots when they are on a colli
sion course with another plane
Ike To Spend Quiet Fourth On Farm
Not 'Testing' Himself, S ays Hagerty
GETTYSBURG, Pa., July 3
(UP I President Eisenhower
planned to clear his desk of gov
ernment business today in prep
aratlon for a quiet Fourth of Ju
ly at his farm home.
Persons wno nave seen tne
President this week said, that
"everything is fine;.,hli color
is back," and tnat tne farm is
"very good for him" at this stage
of his convalescence from his
recent intestinal operation. They
said he mieht be out "very
soon" taking some asy cclf
practice on his own ; putting
Mr. Eisenhower scheduled
short conference this mornins
with -t Presidential A s 3 i stant
Sherman Adams and o t h e 1
White House aides. The presi
dent hoped that Adams would
not have to fly to the : farm
from Washington tomorrow with
more White House business.
'5 minutes before his afternoon
hnoe the truth wnd the
PANAMA, R. P, TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1958
Canal Zoners can look; for forward
ward forward to a quieter Fourth of Ju July
ly July than they've celebrated : In
- This. year, for the first "time
the firing of private fireworks
is prohibited in the Zone, and
any violations are punishable
by law. v ' i I
, Tomorrow will also mark
the first time In years that ne
will be held on the Pacifio
side. - f
On the Atlantic side, fufi In
dependence Day programs i are
being sponsored by; the Gfatun
and Margarita Civic Councils.
The Pacific side Fourth Ipro-
gram is being planned by, the
American Legion Post Ni 1,
and is slated to begin at 1 p.m.
at Ft Amador..
1 The program will feature
concert by the 776th Air Force
Band, a color Guard, music' by
Lucno Munoz, and speeches by
Gov. w. E. Potter, and several
- In addition to the main pro
gram, the Legion AuxiiJar
will play hosts to children at at
special party for kids which
will include moving pictures,
Potter has accepted Invita
tions to attend two Indepen
dene Day programs being spon
sored by the Civic Councils, in
Gatun and Margarita., He. Will
inv to the 'nntic Fids earm
I'" will at' i e r
exercises t,,i I t h'J at,i
Margarita School flagpole. Fol Following
lowing Following these exercises he will go
to the Independence Day wim
mlng meet to be held at Gatun
Swimming Pool;' beginning at
9:30- a.m. vy-v vv-t
On the Pacific Side,, the Gov
ernor -will speak briefly at an
Independence Day program at S
The day's program at Mar Mar-(Continued
(Continued Mar-(Continued on Page 6, Col. 4)
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.: Vicente Vega M., 24, a Pana Panamanian,
manian, Panamanian, was fined $10 in Balboa
Magistrate's Court yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for driving a truck when
he bad no operator's license
The offense occurred on an Ar Army
my Army road near Mtranores.
Elsie Keina McQovern, 13. a
Honduran, was fined the same
amount for driving a car' at Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook when she had re license
Hector Manuel Mateo.' 23, an
American soldier, wa fined S?
for driving a ear to the left of
tne center or trie Baiooa Koaa
and Avenue A Intersection,
Castell fivdnev Howell. 34.
Panamanian was fined the amithe court he bad some doubts as
amount for failure to i?nal alto the man's sanity at tnn time,
left turn soon enough f tit the The defendant has spent two pe;
same intersection, ijrMs in Matias Hernandez. ;
Accompanied hy hi doctors
and friend Georee Allen, the
President surveyed his green
acres, hogs and cattle. The Pres President's
ident's President's corn is expected to be a a-bout
bout a-bout "knee-hieh bv't.he fourth
of July." He also took a look at
his wheat fields.' -
BACK HOME il. "President and Mrs. Eisenhower appeared glad
to get home as they arrived t the Chief Executive's farm in
Gettysburg, Fa.; after an 85-mile auto trip from Walter Reed
Hospital in Washington. The President will convalesce at his
. home for about two weeks. :
country it Ktjey 'Ahrmhem Lincoln,
ON STRIKE Pickets of the United Steelworkers of America
took their posts at the main -entrance of the U.S. Steel's. South
Works in Chicago during the first day of strike. The huge
plant, tine of the largest in the world, is idle except -for a few
maintenance workers on duty. The futnaces have been cooled,
and the men left their
3-Day Steelworkers Strike Affects
Thousands of Norf-combatant Workers
PITTSBURGH. July 3-r(UP-
The pile-driver economic olowi
of the three-day nationwide
strike of 650,000 united Steel Steelworkers
workers Steelworkers hit the transportation
industry today with furloughf
scheduled for thousands of "non-
combatant" workers. .
i 2 Ff. Kcbbe Cases
' J . t
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Two former Inmates of 'Malias
Hernandez Mental Hospital faced
justice in U,S. District Court this
Federico Zapata, a 30-year old
Panamanian who has a long rec
ord of convictions for theft in both
Panama and the Canal Zone,-was
seemed of havinf returned to the
Cnnal Zone after deportation last
He was picked up at Ft. Kobbe
near the commissary, and when
ouestioned save a fictitious name
H told the court he was on his
! way to see a friend at the village
The government sought a six six-month
month six-month sentence for Zapata, but
Judee Crowe let him off with a
sentence of 90 days in Gamboa
penitentiary, from which he was
released Marcn is.
Tn passing sentence, the Judge
remarked that he hoped this pe period
riod period at the pen would impress Za-
oata with the fact that he has
been deported and is not to re
turn to the Zone at any time.
.Manual Armando Salazar C,
24, a Panamanian accused oi our.
r;lary at Ft Kobbe, was sent to
Gorgas Hosnitl sfte' the Public
Defender William J. Sheridan told
White House Press Secretary
limn r Hmrertv told reoortert
that he wouldn't say that. the
President Is ."testing" nimscn
now as he did after his Sept. 24
heart attack and before his Fes
29 announcement that he wouIdTloday on the Atlantic Side visit
be a second-term candidate
jeba in orderly fashion.
Railroads alone scheduled lay layoffs
offs layoffs for upwards of 30.000 work
ers by the weekend. Truck, lake
and driver workers also faced
nard times. ; a
With the evldene nf nrn.
longed shutdown piling up, the
u.o.j meauinon service abandon
ed its sideline position and
scheduled "exploratory" ; talks
wiin eacn side in the bitter con
tract dispute. But it did not in intervene
tervene intervene lr--mert'M.,!w
'i i I
) f i
Sf j ill a
i.y JtJiursda v wi
J. McDonald. USW m-esident.
and John A. Stephens, U.S. Steel
corp. vice president and chief
" Chances of bringing the sldet
together this week appeared
sum. Both tne union and Indus Industry
try Industry seemed adamant in their po positions
sitions positions In the deadlocked con
tract dispute which led to the
strike at 12:01 am. Sunday
The union calls the company-
proposed five-year no strike
contract "Inadequate. The com
panles call the union's demands
PC Asking Bids ;
For Two New
The Panama Canal Comnanv
is now soliciting bids for two proj
ects: construction et a signal sta station
tion station and renewal of a remote con control
trol control cable.
me worK tor tne first project, "' ne was unaoie to speak.
includes the construction of a ma-l-The victim' had to point to his
sonry signal station at La Pita.jsnoe, it was reported, to indicate
wnicn is tocaiea aooui two muesno anenaanra mat ne nad put a
west of Summit Gardens. The sta
tion will be complete with the nee
esstry utilities, and will replace
the existing frame structure.
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The remote control cable con contract
tract contract includes installing and con-
nectine the remote control cable,
removing and transporting a 1 1-
exuung overhead cable ana poles.
The cable will be reinstalled along
Bruja Road, from Miraflores Locks
, The bids are scheduled to be o-
pened July 13. '
To Atlantic Side
Gov. W. E. Potter spent all Jay
ing various Canal offices and in installations.
This is one of a series of field
trips which the Governor is mak
ing to acquaint himself with de details
tails details on operations performed by
the various Company-Government
units and to meet personnel in
the various localities.
Among the installations he plan
ned to visit today, time permit
ting, was Gatun Locks, hydroelec
tric plant, ana dam, terminal ana
Administration Buildings, Cristo
bal docks, and the Oil Handling
Plant and Tank Farm..
Independence Day tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, and no one'j going to
be more independent than
us. No work. So no paper.
Gatun Lock Guard
Accused of Killing 3
An American resident 'of Margarita,' Richard L
Kresge, was arraigned in Cristobal Magistrate'i Cout lY i
morning on a charge of manslaughter
i 1JTh.e12-year-oW locks guard is accused in the tic's S
ot Muriel Scott, a 25-year-old Panamanian woman, who
died in Coco Solo Hospital June 16 after having been pick,
ed up unconscious on Bolivar Highway opposite the Cairi
Bierd ServiceXenter,:;-' : - ;':y;- i
An autopsy revealed that the dead woman's skull wtl
fractured almost all the way around, this indicating she
had been injured by a heavy fall rather than by bsuj
struck a heavy blow by hand i .
Canal Zone police had few
clues to go on In the case, it was
understood, e x c e n t f or the
statement of an American that
he saw a woman fall or pushed
from an automobile.
Investigation at the scene In
dicated no evidence that the
victim had been hit by a car.-;
me aeaa woman made Her
home in Colon and is under
stood to have been married, &ep-
"i 4 f om her 1 u 'Mn-l. ani'
' r 1
( .1 not l ir ,,iifs;
i 1111 1 1 '"8 J Uj" .'"'sous
by a passing niotorist
Kresge has been employed by
the canal organization since
January 1954. He is currently as assigned
signed assigned as a guard at Gatun
: Previously he had served a
corporal with the Military po po-lice
lice po-lice at Ft, Gulick.' .-
. He lives in Margarita with
ma wue and young -sun. His
Slugged Taxi Driver
In Gorgas Hospital
Carmelo Mainieri. of Rio Abajo,
uib naiian uxi-onver wno was
beMen and robbed Saturday night
ou a lonely road behind Red Tank
is reported "somewhat better' tn.
oay at Gorgas Hospital.
Mamierrs face was so badlv
s.vollen when he reached the hos
pital, Canal Zone Dolice reoorted.
fineer rine there for safekeeoinr
Three young American soldiers
from Ft. Clayton and a : young
Panamanian are in Balboa jail
charged with robbing the taxi taxi-man
man taxi-man of a $20 watch and $400
' Mainieri was seen near collapse
on uauiard Highway by a Navy
man who reported the matter to
police. A little later,. Canal Zone
police found the Injured man at
Ft. Clayton gate, -where a bus had
taken him, and rushed hint to
Gorgas Hospital. There he was
found to be suffering from pain-
mi contusions oi- tne neaa ana
f nee. ..k -.",,-" --'
The three soldiers are all as assigned
signed assigned to the 903rd AAA Battalion.-They
are Ralph Perry San Sanders,
ders, Sanders, 23, Philip Thorwald Console.
20, and Hugh David Saxe, 20. Saxe
is married to a Panamanian and
lives near. Juan Franco Race-
The Panamanian charged in the
robbery is Nicky Adrian Novikov
Sanchez, age 19. He was picked
up while tending bar In Panama.
Panama Secret Police collaborated:
with Zone authorities in making'
tne arrests. .. ..
Of PanEnia Caiial Co.
Has ."Hew locElion 1
Information has been received
that the Washington office, of the
Panama Canal Company has been
moved to a new location in Room
311, 425 Thirteenth Street, N. w,
Washlneton 4. D. C.
For several years the office was
located at 101 Indiana -Avenue, S.
., WAshington D. C.
home in the United States '"ii
listed as Scranton, Pa.
In Cristobal Magistrate's Court
thla morning the charge again.nt
H!SL.5M contlnued until 1:30
was set at $1000.
.- Promotion of five men to 1
tenants and 11 to servants in
Canal Zone Fire Division bee;
effechve with the consolidation rf
fire fighting activities which 1 -gan
this week. ;
The promotions were annomi
f ,ist fl w signm
which have been made. These
n addition to the changes w's
in the top personnel already Jui.
nounced. n J rZ
.The new Fir Lieutenants end
their stations are: Carleton ; T,
Hallett, Starford L. Churchill, -,j
Robert J. Douglas, Cristobal Fire
District; and Kenneth R. Cole,
man and David W. Lowe, Jr., f 1.
boa Fire District LI. Ray. 5 C
Wheeler is also assigned to : t' e
Balboa- district. "
.Promotions to Fire Sergeant: I
in Balboa were Richard B.'Sii.
son, Joseph F. Dolan, John R.. t,I,
sen; and James E. Bryant, fi
those promoted to this rank in
the Cristobal district were Joerh
W. Coffin, Jr.. John F. Rice, Thorn,
as N. Stewart, and James F. I.e.
Gloin. .. ... j.,- -' f
Three firemen rwere4 nmmni a
to Fire Sergeant II They w
Paul a. Walker, and Enoch
Hooper, assigned to Cristobal 1 J
marion r. breen m Dalboa. -
A 1 charge of Wglarizing the
home of a Chinese- rsrrianar t
Coroial was filed in Balboa
gisirates court yesterday agar -t
RutUio Gutierrez, alias Carls
Q'.iintero. '. -,-;''..
The 18-year-old Panamanian is
being held in Balboa iiil in 1.
faul of $500 bail .;.
jais ease was continued un.:i
PUice report of the crime in i.
cated that about p.m. Sund r
evening gardener Chen King, fc s
wife and several Chinese and Va,
namanian employes .were eatixg
their evening meal when the el
trie current failed. Current at t
garden house on the west side t
Gaillard. Highway near Marga s
Gardens is supplies by diesel
nit. King went to investigate.
- A few minutes later in the 1. ?
U?ht, he saw his wife1 strugr'
with an intruder for possessiuu
their wooden cash box.
The man wrenched it from 1
and ran toward the railroad, v
Cheng and his staff in pursuit,
crossing" a drainage ditch the ; -truder
fell and hurt his leg.
few minutes later he was o
powered by the gardeners
the boi recovered.
It contained a little more
This is the second burglary
the same Chinese garden in
jlart few years. The earlier 1
glary, which inv
wnicn involved sever
was tract,! t
relative of the proprietor.
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. TUESDAY, JTJLY 3, l"
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PARACHUTES FOR AIRLINES
By VICTOR RIESEL
Things are certainly humming
in the Communist underground
these days. At any given moment,
once you get a chance to look
inside, you can find the muscle
men of the criminal underworld
mixing with reputable plastic
surgeons, dexterous dentists, sen'
sitive forgers and even some high
priced tailors Ind expensive dress
makers devoted to the Party.
The recent LAV (linea Aeropostal Venezolana) air disaster
brings to mind the Samoan Clipper disaster of a- few years ago.
This flight ww being flown by tne famous Capt Music of Pan
American Airways. The factor causing both disasters; was
ittUloKinr of gasoline in flight. The S&moan Clipper exploded
In mid air ana little was found of It afterwards, in the LAV
disaster 74 lives were lost uselessly. The pilot had other alter alternatives,
natives, alternatives, and should not have jettisoned 115 octane gasoline and
gambled with the lives of the tassengers and crew.
' As the exhaust from aircraft engines excends some 20 feet
aft of the engine proper. It' is apparent to everyone that
lettlsonino- operations can be extremely hazardous. Also there
is the element of danger from ignition and electronic devices J"T J
slwavi wesent When the Dilot of tne super uonsteuauon lost "",,. um um-??gffill&MT
??gffill&MT um-??gffill&MT haveVmpted to return AiZ
to Idlewild but should have altered his course to several land- -in.
i k iMnit. Nnrfnlk for nnslable emereencv on- UI"K f arty, Out also is Russia s
Another alternative would have been to use as much of the
fuel as possible and attempt a trash landing in the ocean.
Many factors are involved that may lead up to a disaster,
many, precautions have been taken to prevent disasters, but it
appears that all has not been done to prevent the increasing
number of air disasters that take such a large toll of human
The causes that may lead to a dangerous, situation are
many, such as weather, storms, obstructions in the line of flight
(mountains or other aircraft), failure to follow and abide by
the flight rules, mechanical failures, communications failures,
lire hazards, etc .
Much has been done to minimize most of these factors but
little has been done to-safeguard the lives of passengers and
crew while in flight. - t ;
, i I refer specifically to a method of abandoning an aircraft
in Illgnt. At sa a seaiaring man nu ucen piuvccveu m uiu
category by the compulsory use of life preservers and lifeboats
and other safety devices designed primarily for the protection
of life at sea. In aircraft no means is available either to crew
or passengers for abandoning the aircraft in fiignt when en
- lister 1 imner.dine. a: -' '::.-
There is such a device but it has all but been forgotten, I
refer to the paracnuie. me paracnuie nas ocen .urgubwi uy
tha airlines for the reasons that they claim it is space consum
ing, that it i educes the payload of the aircraft and that pas pas-r.rr.
r.rr. pas-r.rr. ar sonrprf hv it nresence aboard aircraft. V
I do not agree with these air llnj officials. If we are to
consider profit at the expense of human life, they are correct.
It is true to a certain extent that a nuirber of parachutes suf suf-firinnt
firinnt suf-firinnt in rover all of the nassanKers and crew do take un space.
They add weight and reduce payload, but not to the extent
that It would De economically unauuim to operate wnu uua
additional load. L
' In the early days of the domestic airlines parachute in installations
stallations installations were aboard some -of the airlines, ingenious installa installations
tions installations that fit into the passenger seats. The pilot could release
the seat with the passenger and the chute opened automatical automatically.
ly. automatically. No experience was required on the part of the user of the
parachute to make a safe landing with the equipment.
Many people today will not venture into an aircraft be because
cause because they are afraid to fly. Parachutes would restore, con confidence
fidence confidence to many of these peoole. The presumption that para parachutes
chutes parachutes would scare people away is unfounded. Life preservers
and life boast certainly do not scare seafaring men or passengers.-
It is Just as ridiculous to expect passengers to go aloft
-in, an aircraft without parachutes as it would -to to ask sea seafaring
faring seafaring men to go to sea without lifeboats or, life peserveiu
, A grave situation confronts us today in a via;, on... The time
has come to call a halt to the daughter. In the past few years
major disasters in scheduled air lines operations have taken the
' lives of 1,522 persons. I dare -say that with ; parachutes 80
of these lives could have been saved.-.i" X rn v r,
In some disaster situations parachutes would hot save lives,
such as crashing into a mountain peak, or head, on collisions.
. But in many other situations, such as the LAV Super Constella Constellation
tion Constellation disaster, all could have been saved.
The blame then rests squarely on the enforcement agen agencies
cies agencies who control the airways and formulate the laws and regu-
latlona. It should be made compulsory for all aircraft on sched scheduled
uled scheduled airlines to carry parachutes ready for use to end the
slaughter, which will continue in mounting tempo as more and
more gambling with th elives of the passengers continues.
The policy of the airlines to "Take a calculated risk" In
this category. The agencies concerned must face up to the
facts, they must take a new look at the parachute, they must
evaluate Its possibilities, they must do all possible to prevent
a repetition of an awesome disaster that took the lives of men
and women and children. This should be the humanitarian
.. point of view. The economic factors should, not be allowed to
enter Into it .-. .- ;
I urge everyone to write to their congressmen and do some something
thing something about It.
. The parachute will have to be used sooner or later, why not
The Club Atlas j
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA I
The'' underground Comminist
Party has a movement all its own
equipped with all the skills nec.
essary to revamp a human being
so tne gendarmerie, toe counter
intelligence forces and the Feder
als won t be able to recognize a
he or she comrade.
It Is this underground Commun-
paratus, created on specific orders
irora the Khrushchev government
This underground, operated bv
a "camouflaged presidium," is now
recruiung persons not openly
identified or known to police and
investigative, authorities as Com Communists
munists Communists to staff their illegal sd-
paratus. The underground also has
its editors, writers and circula circulation
tion circulation department for distribution of
its sub rosa press. It is a shadow
worm oi its own.
;, ,; I '.' V
The' authorities will not trv to
crack .it wide, open by arresting
those Communist agents it can
find, but will content themselves
with counter spying with every
modem electronic device so that
as many of; the "hidden" Soviet
activities and agents here will be
known to our own agencies.
Virtually all. our forces are now
concentrating on the Communist
underground, f or its is futile- to
worry too much about counter
spying the s "legal!" Communist
Party. The above ground Soviet Soviet-eers
eers Soviet-eers are running a political nun-
pet show designed to distract us.
ine new "public Communist
Party is in the process of devel developing
oping developing the "New Look" recently
ordered by its Moscow chiefs.
You might call this the stream streamlined
lined streamlined ."Independent Look."
In i world Communist circles.
there is nothing distinctive about
"The Independent Look." All na national
tional national Communist Parties have
been ordered to take it on. And on
schedule, too. The Soviet timo
table first called for the Italian
communists to redo their political
facial make up. This was done.
Then the French Party revamped
itself. Now the American Commu Communists
nists Communists have fallen into the ne,w line.
The new 1'Indenendent f !ook" i
calls for barking at the Soviet Com Communist
munist Communist Party until now the Su
preme Being" in, the Communist
international. The "New Look" Ha.
mands .that the Soviet Communist
leaders be insulted bv even nunv
parties such as the one. the Brit-
uo vomraoes run.
This Will SUDDOSCfilv inmvji that
the Moscow Soviets don't control
world Communism. And thst there
no giooai network. And that,
therefore. Moscow in nnt Into.
fering in the affairs of other na
: Spadeworkf for His Pol itical Grave?
" 1 l NEASankt.tr; '',
I 1 f? .
tv ensv POLnf-arr :
Walter Winched In Men Yor
The "Look'' is lumxiRed fn hp
Khrushchev's answer to charges
that world Communist leaders such
as Palmiro TogliatU of Italy, Mau Maurice
rice Maurice Thorez of France, Eugene
Dennis of the U.S. and all thi. i I .it. Vnn"
luimwers are not agents tor the
on the 180th Anniversary of Us
In Honor of This Great Occasion
TUESDAY, JIJLY 3rd
2 SPECIAL FLOOR SHOWS
10 p.m. and 12 Midnight
- and ;
. WEDNESDAY, JULY 4th "V
From 7 to 8 P.M.
FREE COCKTAIL PARTY
Celebrate the Glorioim 4th of July
i he Club Atlas
After the regional Communist
chiefs are through expectorating
in the eyes of Moscow Supreme
isif wno will then sav it has been
raining thev hooe the world wi!.'
k. 1 J .u". .1
i.uu vniv cu uiai, uiey ure reauy
nice people taking orders from no
In the words of Dennis, the com communists
munists communists expect this will answer
"the slander" that they are "for "foreign
eign "foreign agents and everywhere stand
for the overthrow of capital capitalist
ist capitalist government by force and vi violence."
olence." violence." Dennis has said, "As for
the U.S.A. we American Commu Communists
nists Communists reaffirm that we do not con consider
sider consider civil war Inevitable nor in
any way desirable ..."
Now thev want to be nice com
rades. But it's all camouflage. The
underground is- tougher than ever-
ana tne senate internal security
Committee is investigating the
transformation to the "New Look"
and hopes to hold public hearings
witn sucn experts as the Ai lr
CIO's Jay Lovestone testifying.
We'll soon see that the "New
Look" is merely a new book.
MEMOS OF A GIRL FRIDAY
Dear WW: I knew you'd start
sometning wnen you itemed about
the first TVariety program. Your
line (quoting Mr. Bene) saying
the first teeveeriety program was
Berle's on June 8th, 1948 (and that
he used the format in radio in
1929) brought this. "Now about
that first Teevaudeo program.
Wasn't the first date Oct 31st.
48 Yes it was. The sponsor was
Chase 4 Sanborn. The agency
was J. Walter Thompson. It was
a one hour sh&w called 'The Hour
Glass'. Some oi the acts were Pat
Rooney, Sr., Joey Faye, Benny
Leonard and ourselves. Doe Weiss
ard (Miss) Terry Lee" i, Hear
anything about (Helen Hayes tak
ing instruction V for a; religious
faith? Famed sancing star
Buster West's daughter (Bonnie
Gae) becomes Mrs. S. Young to.
day. They are in the touring
troupe of "Pa jama Game" (with
Buster) at Claremont, new Hamp
shire .' Georgia Southern says
she won't tell me what it is. Only
you,'.... '.: iv;,,;;;
Big thing coins on over the No.
1 hit, "Moonglow" and the theme
tune from the film, "Picnic." Two
music firms (which share publica publication)
tion) publication) are in a legal hassle. Mills
Music Co. want royalties in full i
claim the theme tune was written
as an obbligato. They argue it's
like someone adding music to
"Stardust" and then demanding
a split ... I loved every moment
at the Cofa. Miss Sherwood is cer certainly
tainly certainly all that you (and the other
fellas) have said about her way-
with-a-song. She s added "bxact-
. juiy Z5tn (Clos
ing night for martin et bewtsj
oughta be very dramatic. I mean
the farewell performance tor mem
as partners. July 25th (ironically)
is when they' teamed ten years
You have some people confused
atiout "Waiting For Godot." One
day you said it made a little prof profit.
it. profit. Next day you ran the produc
er's complaint that you hurt it. It
didn't make a penny profit; Lost
olenty . Ann Henry (of "New
Faces"), a very taientea gin, says
her mother's phone in Chicago
rang all day after your applause
appeared in the American there.
Momma said she always knew
that if Mr. WW ever saw her Ann
perform he would say just what
he did I suppose you heard
the one about the S recording sing
ers who got together and backed
rich they can buy a back page in
Variety. Golly s -t Pupl Campo re returns
turns returns to the Traymore Hotel, At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic City today Harry
Crane, writer for Martin h Lewis,
marries Lillian Sherlock in the
Fall at the home.of Jerry Lewis,
I didden see nuttln' in the pa papers
pers papers about a guy stabbing another
in the Ebbets Field bleachers last
Satdee. There were 500 Little
Leaguers sitting in that section
. MGM starlet Perry Sheehin
weds J. Carlton Adair next month.
He's part of the Dunes, Vegas
Felix Young's new smart spot op open:
en: open: in Nov. It's in the Bay Har-
Hut section of Miami Beach ,
The 3 most played songs (get the
juxtaposition) are: "l Almost Lost
My Mind," "Standing On The Cor Corner."
ner." Corner." "On The Street Where You
Live" Saw Mitchell Parish at
the Colony. Gave me over 25 new
verses to head the col'm. I love
his love lyrics, Especially "Star
From Skits to Skirts Dent: Stan
Ross, the emaciated looking fun
nyman on the Gleason show (he
created the famous "in wia
Yu!" show-bit expression), and on
the Berle show (plus many other
tv and movie spots), is now
dress salesman at 1400 B'way.
Where they say he's funnier than
be ever was on tv . bign out
side a clothing store on the lower
East Side: "Men's Pants Must
Go!" . Suzanne Bernard (of
"New Faces") says she belongs
to a small group of showfolk who
have no agents or publicity peo.
plo. They just work for eacn oui
er. Tipping news about jobs, audi
Mrs. Ben Gazzara (Louise
Erickson) phoned. 'Said we must
have read her note too fast. She
once starred (not now) in "Date
With Judy." Played it 7 yevs
Since she and Ben had their split
uation she returned to show bis
. ; Who needs the critics? "The
Ponder Heart" show (it got rave
notices) just closed with almost a
$100,000 deficit . My idea of
good public relations (and a good
Dress) wis the way Diana Dors
arrived from London for her first
U.S. visit. When asked if she was
another Marilyn Monroe, Diana
answered: "There's only one Mar Marilyn
ilyn Marilyn Monroe!" ... Tell Susan
Johnson (the hit singer of "Most
Happy Fella") that she's making
many happy fellas crazy, the way
she .doesn't pull down her undress undress-ingroom
ingroom undress-ingroom shades
gags forlorn, the acting wooden
and the direction non existent."
(He means he didn't like it)
June Kline (dancer in "Mr. W")
becomes Mrs. John Ashleigh
(Wall Streeter) on July 15th .
Kazan's new film, "Face in the
Crtwd," will be a devastating in indictment
dictment indictment of the television biz.
Budd Schulberg Is writing the
scieen play . Columbia Pic-
tuies called. You promised to
have the synopsis of "The Lepke
Surrender" last Satdee. Are you
going to appear in it, too? .
When you gonna find time for al)
this foolishment you are taking on?
(Must be the heat) , Roberta is
on right now singing her latest
recording, ,,"My Heart is a Chsp Chsp-el."
el." Chsp-el." Lovely.
The costumes in "The Kinff and
Variety's back page (Rowan & I" a celluloid royal flush, cost
$500,000 . .. Gina LoUobrigida is a
movie fan. Her pet form of re
laxation is watching films (Almost
m relaxing as ogling Gina)
Jack Gould, the N. Y. Times offi-
Martin) tells the familiar story of
newcomers going places after the
break comes. Here it is only Sum.
mer and last February Rowan eV
Mnrtin had only a one-night stand
booked upstate when you caught
(heir very comical act at a Miami
Beach hotel. Now they are so
cial TV ganderer, scored a show
with: "It was unbelievably Inane
the story totally ridiculous, the
The Rod Steigers patched it up
with a mink coat',:. Songwriter
Harry Link is too ill Mr.
Gleason called. Wants to know if
you received his latest Alburn and
the hairpiece? You're not really
thinking of covering up your bald
. nL .Li i
spot witn anyuimg out a neavy
suntan, are you? ... You have an
uiTVlew after the b'cast with a
lady reporter from a Washington
paper Tony Canzoneri wonders
whether they're gonna change the
name of Dublin to Dublinsky, now
that it has its first Jewish Mayor
. . Does Groucho Marx know you
are telling that Joke about him?
Everyone nere at the paper fell
right down uoody Ace says
after July th.
When you running the answer
to the Paris Match piece about
Why Does The World Hate Amer.
ica? ... Lou Walters called. Said
you rarely see Stage Door Johns
but when Johnnie Ray plays, the
Latin Q. the stage entrance is
crowded with Stage Door Jennies
. Al Greenfield is visiting his
ex-wife acain. Gertie Ntesen
Your last (for-the season) Mutual
b'cast is July 8th. You resume
Sept. 9th ... Lee Mortimer says
fergossakes tell him when you
vacation from the cdl m. 1 said
about same time, no? . Next
l.ntln O. she (July 24th) will
feature something never seen be-i
fore in any NY night spot. ayn.
conated Waters." Girls dancing
under water In bikinis, I think,
Your Girt Friday
No change of piano on Ithar luxurious
' "EL INTER AMERICANO Of "EL PACIFICO" (tourist laarvloas
On "EL INTER AMERICANO" larvtca you
fly it 360 m.p.h. In radar equipped DC-78'i
til Hiiml and Washington. "EL PACIFICO"
tourist service eaves you 25X en your
: through flight via Klami In DC-63's with
air conditioned and pressurized cabins).
Ask your travel agent about PAA't "Pay later Flan" or call
with Rations! Mrttiws
IP IWjjUltUfi WW
Panama L Street No. 5, Tel. 2-0670; Colon: Solas Bldg, Tel. 1097
WASHINGTON Rnm Mm
how Mrs. Eisenhower feels about
the President's second illness in
ten montns can be gathered from
hew she felt about the first.
While Ike was recuperating at
Gettysburg after the heart attack,
Mamie gave Jim Hagerty a tongue
lashing he ought not to forget
though man's memory is conveo-
iciiujr toon wnen u comes to
At any rate, members of the
White House entourage report that
mamie new at iiasertv with th
fury of a setting hen and accused
him of pressuring her husband into
running again at the risk of hia
health. She made it clear that the
considered it important for Ike to
seme down to a quiet life in Get Gettysburg
tysburg Gettysburg rather than spend four
more hectic years, in the White
House. '' 1 1;
' As for Hagerty. he weathered
the storm without batting an eve.
After all, he spent a good many
years, handling press relations for
a man named Dewey, whose wife
wanted him to quit being governor
of New York.
Hell's,' Canyon" Snafu
Two of the .only three Negro
members of Congress welched on
attending the crucial House Inter
ior Committee meeting, which after-one
whole year of delay, was
called to vote on the Hell's Can Canyon
yon Canyon federal power project
They were Reps. Adam Clayton
Powell of New York and Charles
Diggs of Detroit, both Democrats.
Because of their absence,' a quor quorum
um quorum was lacking and the Hell's
Canyon bill could not come vp for
a vote. .,V'.V. ; :
'' ''';'. "s"'-' '; '"' i-'T.'
Actually, the two Negro congress congressmen
men congressmen are in favor of federal de development
velopment development of the biggest remain-
'ng dam site in the U.S. Hell's
Canyon and are opposed to the
Eisenhower policy of turning it
ever to the Idaho Power Company.
But they just didn't Bother to get
around to attend the committee
By (ailing to turn up, they hurt
Northern Democrats who have
consistently voted for the Negro
on civil rights and helped some of
the Southern congressmen who
have voted against civil rights
notably congressmen Haley of
Florida and Shuford of North Caro
lina. These two, though Democrats,
also favor the Eisenhower policy
of turning' Hell's Canyon over to
the Idaho Power. Company..
Next week' the House Interior
Committee will make another stab
at getting enough members present
to vote on this long-delayed issue.
. 'r.lltieal Chiff.; 'j.
1 Ex-Speaker Joe Mariiii tai Been
telling colleagues privately that
vice presidents are expendable."
He expects Vice President Nixon
to be renominated, but Insists that
Nixon is expendable in case he
becomes too much of a drag on'
the GOP ticket. .GOP Bess Len
Hall plans to stage a TV specta.
cular during the Republican con
vention to keep the viewers from
fitting, bored with the dull, nom nominating
inating nominating procedure. Movie star
George Murphy has agreed to act
as master of ceremonies for the
gala Variety show featuring: Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood entertainers. .ex-Secretary
of Defense Louis Johnson,
who raised the money for Presi President
dent President Truman's 1948 campaign, has
offered his services to Senator
Symington of Missouri. Ironically,
Johnson and Symington used to
clash at the Pentagon when Sy Symington
mington Symington was secretary of the Air
Force. But the big, blad, big-hearted
Johnson blamed their past rows'
on .subordinates and offered to
raise money w neip aymingion, ger
th TWimnrrati Mnminntinn . 'I
Cabinet, officers have decided to I
submit their; legislative recom- I
mendations for 1957 six months in J
advance for 'use in the 'election I
campaign. Ordinarily, they would
net plan next year's program un-!
til the end of this year. However, I
they agreed at a-ccent cabinet I
l! .1 -I.. 1
ineeung to fwi ineir recom menua.
" Mescew, Fair
Congressman Victor Anfuso of
Brooklyn boasU that although he
doesn't have a farm or even a
fewer pot he's a member of the
House Agriculture Committee. And
he triei tn Hn a pruwi foh l.
farmer- and the consumer. After
til, at least a tree once did grow
m Brooklyn. , ;
The other day, Anfuso walked
luto the Agriculture Committee to
find it listening" to a enmotal tw
the United States send exhibits to
me Moscow fanr, a huge exhibition
of manufactured and farm goods
from all over the world, held in
Moscow every three years.
"von i turn this thing down,"
Arfuso urged his committee col
leagues. "It has great oossibilitiM
for making both American goods
ana tne American people better
mown nenina tne Iron Curtain."
After further consideration, the
committee accepted Anfuso's ad.
vce and appointed him chairman
of a subcommittee to-. arrange
American representation at the
Moscow fair for' the first time in
Soviet history, i v -.
July 1957 The congressman
from Brooklyn, whose Barents were
Hath tn Ttalv -smyl -wk. U . W
come a devoted expert on building
up American irienasnip, is getung
the cooperation of American busi business
ness business firms and Business Week
magazine in taking to Moscow
model supermarkets never before
seen in Russia; food the Russians
seldom see or eat; a typical Amer
tan farm with its farm machin
ery: an American nurserv demon
strating the most modern methods
ot baby care; cigaret-making ma
chines and -various labor-saving
machinery which Anfuso-. believes
will demonstrate that no human
being ever need be in want.
": Diplomatic reucn
. Ex-President Peron plotted part
oi tne recent Arsenuna revolution
from the Washington hotel in Pan
ama owned by Uncle Sam be
fore the Army asked, him to lesve
. .Chancellor Adenauer or tr
many confided to Secretary Dulles
that he's worried about what will
happen in Germany after he re retires.
tires. retires. He plans to quit in a couple
of months. There is already so.
much pressure now by German in--
.l.tstviftlicie tit Hn tiiieinaca with
Russia that he fears the next Ger
man government will make a deal
..Uk tV. a V-Anllea imhocenfinF
vVlUI USC AACtuaatt- .niiiuaiwuuu.'
Alex Johnson in Geneva has been
instructed to keep talking to the
Chinese Communists for another
year if necessary, .to give the Far
East crisis a chance to com on.
Johnson has been talking for al almost
most almost a year already, and he's now
a bit impatient, wondering how
much lonecr he has to listen to red
insults I demands fnr a mrt.
came a eaUe'-'franwtfce Sisto..
Department last week, telling him
to keep talking indefinitely, yet
making no concessions. .The
Indian government has developed
special bullets which its police can
rirm into mAlSt 1Tl VniUft
are made of rubber with just
enough lead in them to give them
a necessary punch. They hurt, nut
do not kill or wound. A British
arms factory is producing them in'
different sizes for the Indian gov
ernment to be fired either front
pistol's or rifles. i .The Kremlin
has made( a very important ideo ideological
logical ideological concession to Marshal Tito
of Yugoslavia. The Kremlin chiefs
promised they would abolish state
ownership of factories and adopt
tee Tito concept of employee own ownership.
ership. ownership. Theoretically, Yu.
goslav factory workers own their
own plants. ,1,
Acts Like Btf:.
tinna tn the Whit Hons hv Julv
IS. The White House staff will then
prepare a rough outline of Presi-:
dent Eisenhower's 1957 state of the J
union message and : use it as a
blueprint for this year's campaign
Fin, soft; delifh tful-.
ly fragrant Cuticura
Taleunt contain de deodorant
odorant deodorant antiatptic,
phthayKaepa lha j
akie f rah and awt. J
Saothea sunburn. I
Pravaata. reUavai I
haat and diaper nun.
foot irritation. Buyl
IGS To Our FRIENDS
United States Of America
- l y Tojreflect on your heritage, of the
; wonderful present, and the exciting
, tifa of the future make the 4th of
. j;v a truly glorious dav! ? .,;,':.
A Klrkrt- Bold
uca c&a era era ta asa
TUESDAY, Jilt S, 1338
Tt2 f AKAMA A3IEKICAX AT ETOEPEXDEfT DAILY KIWSPATE3 V
Chemical SectijHiProves Value In Many Ways
i Although chemical warfare Is s
!d s "Greek fire" and the ear
inventions of the Chinese, it
only in World War I with the
idespreaa use ot jkmsobuu ga
1 ad flame-throwers that modern
ipmiral warfare unitl were Of-
( To this rule the United States
Irnry a no exception. ;
I la May 1918 there were five
.nrat Arm aeencies concern.
!i with diffprant nhases of the
Ke of chemicals in war.
I Ouit niturallv this led to a cer-
in amount of confusion in the did
ection of the overall program, as
ieD -as a reduplication of effort
p many instances of operation. ,-1
1 ,-1 Arrnniinehr. at that time Gen.
j'ershing, the commander of the
American Expeditionary Force in
f ranee, called in Ma). Cen. Wil William
liam William L. Sibert, commanding gea gea-lra
lra gea-lra of the First Division, and dV
f acted him to coordinate all func functions
tions functions then being performed- by toe
lai-irm KcnriM. This was the
U winning of the Chemical Service.
oofc after nne famous, rru-sv us
Regiment" made its appearance.
Sibert commission to uu i
as' an added note of interest here.
Panama Thin is because he
ivas'an engineer officer who be-4
'ore this had been appointed by
'resident Theodore Boosevelt to
Wk off the construction of the
:anaL In fact Sibert personally
lirected the building of the Gatun
iHtia whirh were completed
iwo-" years ahead of the proposed
Construction schedule, i ".
j The reorganization effected by
Ubert took place in June 1918 and
continued in operation until .1920
vhea ty an Act of umgress, me
i warfare Service .was
opjtitoted under the jurisdiction
.r h War- DeoartmenL The
'irst chief of the new organization
tt Maj. Gen... Amos A. Fries,
Ado is now-over 80 years of age
ud in retirement ".but-, still very
intiuA, in- nivir .affairs. ;
With the Army. reorganuaiKw
of W44 the Chemical .-Warfare,
Service" became the. Chemical
Corps. The' present commanding
officer ef the. Corps is Mal. Gen.
William M.. Creasy who.vUited
Panama and the Canal Zone in
a t'hu time the Chemical Corp?
tfrsanized in three, nain divi-J
sions; The Research n,eIf:
.nAnt Command, the Material
'.i 1 and Training Com
fUliiuiaiiu. w ; a.--
rnand. Each of these divisions has
nn internai.iruciui v
us own : iniernai.itutMi
mission to perform. All are coor.
iinated under the t command of
j Curps activites in -this ',
carried on at the Chemical Sec-ti-n,
USARCAR1B, Buildmg 175,
fV Clayton.. The Clayton program
Chemical Of ficer. who is support
ed by Maj. Howaro u. ocnw,.v..
Dhni ths best known 01
'JSARCARIB-.- Chemical Section S
...tin i ih Panama .Area
' c.ntrnl Srhnol (PADCS)
.OllIOIC V-".. .. ,....
i'his'iititutioir:bas-teea sci uV
rain a hard core of specialists in
.hemical, biological, and "diologl "diologl-ral
ral "diologl-ral (CBR) defense; Students at the
school come from all the various
brand.- of the taryice
,n ihi. area as well as from the
July To Be Hotter
iThah Normal In US
j WASHINGTON, July 1 (UPV -July
weather will be hotter than
normal over most of the eastern
half of the nation, the weather bu bureau
reau bureau predicted yesterday. -,
I it issued the 30-dar forecast at
a time when its own theremome-
ters here! were registermz w oe oe-grees
grees oe-grees and edging upward.
It said temperatures are expect expected
ed expected to average above seasonal nor normal
mal normal everywhere- in the East" x
cept along the 'Gulf Coast, the up upper
per upper Great Lake and tome JJtorth
4 Atlantic stntps. -t : r- (.. f-
1 In the western half of the na nation,
tion, nation, however below normal tem
perature is eapected except in uie
southern and central plains.
!Crqce And Prince
To Attend Mass,;:
MONTECARLO, Monaco,' July 3
(UP) Prince Rainier and Prin-
cess Grace of Manaco will '.make
their Iirst official appearance
1 since their tvedding tomorrow pa palace
lace palace officials-said yesterday.
i The royal couple will attend a
mass 'to be celebrated in St
j Charier Church by Father Fran Francis
cis Francis Tucker, .the Prince's American
Panama Canal Co. An interesting
note in connection with the t PAD
CS js that MSgt. Alfred i. .Cour .Cour-noyer,'
noyer,' .Cour-noyer,' the. school's sergeant 1 ma major,5
jor,5 major,5 is a veteran, of ..World War I
and the, original Chemical Service
set up la 1918 under Sibert.
Less well known but' equally im important
portant important is the Chemical Depot, al also
so also located at Clayton. Depot func functions
tions functions may be split into two main
phases, supply and maintenance.
The Supply Division nrevides
CBR supplies v and equipment to
the. different units1 in thss area.
la addition it is concerned with
the procurement, storage and is issuance
suance issuance of commercial chemicals,
such as fungicides- and wood pre preservatives,
servatives, preservatives, which are used in this
The Maintenance' Section re
pairs and maintains .chemical e e-quipment
quipment e-quipment in the command. This is
done through logistical and tech technical
nical technical "inspections which stimulate
preventative maintenance on a
unit level and also by actual re
pair work performed at Ft. Clay
ton. The Chemical Depot is com
manded by Maj. Stephen D. Noy-
es, chief-of the Materiel Division
''The men 'who work in the de depot
pot depot offer sterling example of
the general versatility of all the
personnel in the Chemical Sec Section
tion Section at Clayton.
One of these men is SFC Wil
liam J. Bikfasy. Bikfasy's, jobs in
clude Bandung requisitions, taking
inventories,, managing depot oper.
performing surveillance with re regard
gard regard to fire regulations,, directing
classes in troop training, acting as
a CBR umpire, constructing mock
"A-bombs," .demonstrating muni
tions and preparing depot reports,
This last task is extremely.com.
plcx, .involving such things as es
umatiog tuture requirements in
order1 to make most advantageous;
use of the space available in, the
depot building.. :. s
Added to the PADCS and the
Chemical Depot is the Chemical
Corps tropical test team which
conducts tests of Chemical Corps
material in this command. This
portion, of the Chemical Section's
operations is under the direct c c-perational
perational c-perational control of the Dugway
Proving Ground, Dugway, Utah.
Commanding the teat t e a m is
Cap t.-Roberto Peralta while the
assistant test team commander
and supply officer is Capt. Charles
Besides its normal onerations.
the USARCARIB. Chemical Sec
tion has proven its. value in many
ways. Among, these nave, been
sach things as" inspections of the
X-ray equipment at the, different
Array dental cunics on tne istn
mus as weu as at uorgas, ana
Santo Tomas Hospital. ,,
Such .periodic ; inspections ire
very necessary to insure : tne
health of oersons continually oner
ating the machines. They are, in
many, instances, further examples
of the fine cooperation In effect
not only throughout the military
but also between the -Army and
civilian agencies charged with the
defense and. jwelfare of the, people.,
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DETECTION COtRSE WSgt'ATfrtd O.. Co uroyer, sergeant major of the" Panama. Area Area-Damage
Damage Area-Damage Control Schoolr'Ft. Clayton, Instructs students in tne use of Instruments to detect ;
CBR agents. Listening to Sgt Cournoyer are (1. to r. Pfc. Billy Lanier," HQ -nd HQ Det,
7445th: BTSN Francis S. Thibert,' Rodman Naval Station; MSgt RfUph Miller;, J70Q Field
Maint Sqv AIbrookf Sp-3 Jim Douglas, 7463 Chemical, who is mssisting Cournoyer. EN 3 Ar-
thur Thompsoo, Rodman Naval Station; Cournoyer; CpV. pferbert Creech, Marine Barracks;
Sp-2 Eugene Prbce, .6th--mnsp0rttalon, Unit;, and MSgW Harry, Rlddlebarger, S700 Air
Base Gp., Albrook. ;' V' (U-S. Army Photo)
REPAIRING and Dackaging fas masks at the Chemical Depot, Ft Clayton, are 1 (1. to r.)
Joseph Murray, inspection repairman; Sgt. Halsey E. Gnswold... assistant
tenant' sn.i Y.nwrenrR c:.' Frederir.k. chemical reoalr SDecialisii and Cecil D. Hunt, cnemicai
equipment inspector. !'. ?'.
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i Police Shoot Triple-Killer
; Hiding in Tree near his Home
r WARREN, Ohio, July 3 (UP) ted that Wilson had fled through a
i wo nignway pairoimen oeai inpie-jrear aoor
killer Alfred Buck Wilson to the
draw today ana shot the wul-o -the
wisp iugiUve from a tree.
ine six -otticers, with guns
drawn, spread out and went into a
wooded area' behind the Lawson
v. n- MAA 1- II.
y a iiiuine. oomesivu yarus away mey
xne a -vear-oia irucK ariver. wno SDOiiea wuson mains in i irpe.
killed three womea in a. rage 04 "Drop your gun and come
The 3T-year-old'truck driver, who
killed three womea in a rage be
; cause his common-law wife left
' him, was shot twice through the
v head in a wooded area on his broth broth-.
. broth-. ; er-in-law's farm near Leavittsburg,
i three miles east of here. ;
s Doctors said the stuttering Wil Wil-J
J Wil-J son would not 'survive his wounds
' ;' One bullet went through the back
, of bis head behind the ears, an an-other
other an-other lodged in the brain, and
1 shotgun pellets hit his hands.
' Vanity apparently proved the
I downfall of the fugitive who came
(.out of the woods to get a shave in
I ) Leavittsburg that was once his
; Highway Patrol Lt. W. B. Umb-
tiktEtoefi True Life Adventures
down,'';. Duffy "'demanded twice.
Wilson, who bad boasted he
would never be taken alive, ap appeared
peared appeared confused, Duffy said. The
ex-convict turned his head and
reached for the German Lager
pistol be bad used to kill the
Duffy and Smith opened fire.
Two of Duffy's four shots hit Wil Wilson
son Wilson in the head. Pellets from
Smith's shotgun blast peppered the
fugitive's hands. He tumbled un unconscious
conscious unconscious to the ground. His hunt hunting
ing hunting cap dangled in the tree,
Wilson had been the object of
ley said Wilson spotted the car of, the greatest manhunt in north
his brother-in-law, James Lawson easern Ohio history since his wild
on the street, raced out and fore- killing spree.
ed Lawson to drive him out of town! Wilson, apparently looking for
With Lawson were his wife and his wife, had gone to the home
child. !of her sister, Mrs. Geraldine
Brown, and killed her. Then he
- State highway patrolmen receiv-iwent to the home of another sis-
eded an anonymous tip that Wilson tcr, Mrs. Helen Botts, and lulled
was headed out or town in a green ner,
and blue auto. Patrolman Russell
Duffy, who heard the alarm, re
called that Lawson owned such an
auto. Duffy and Patrolman Floyd
Smith Irushed to the Lawson home.
; Four other patrolmen arrived as
Duffy searched the Lawson house.
I Lawson, Duffy said, denied that
Wilson was there. He. later admit-
The killer then attemDted to rob
two young men he found in a park parked
ed parked car with their girl friends but
gat nothing. Infuritaed, he forced
Nancy Worthington, 17, into his
car and drove away. Later in the
night he killed her, penned a suici suicide
de suicide note ir his car, -and left it be beside
side beside the road in the Windham area.
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TUESDAY, July J, WM
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1M .Bob Cummlng -.-v,
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:00 Bit Town
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10 JO Ked Skelton ShoW
11:00 Kewt -i ,.'-
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2:58 Sign ori
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4:00 Girry Moor
4:15 Cole Tim
. J:00 Chanc of JJitim
3.30 Sit Milland
6:00 Nw Panoram
7:00 Ozzl and Harriet
7 JO Thli It Your Ufa
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DESPEDIDA AT UNION CLUB Secretary or the United Stales Embassy and Mrs. William
Price were honor guests at a dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Austin Acly of the U.S. Embassy
In t.h- rhantetlera salon at the Union Club. Saturday night Some o! the diplomats' and
Canal Zone officials who were present are shown at the dining-table. t
if ANT PARTIES PLANNED FOR JULY 4
ELEBRATION IN PANAMA AND ZONE
' The retention nlanned tor the Ambassador of the United
States and Mrs. Julian Harrington tomorrow between 11 ajn.
and 1 p.m. will officially start the July 4 festivities on the
Isthmus. v ."" i-; "-
In the evenlnr the American Society will hold its tradi
tional July -4 party at the Hotel EI Panama. '. t
Throurhout the Canal zone many organizations pian to
celebrate with parties and dances.
r. Harmodio Arias
lebratet Birthday :
Or. Harmodio Arias, former
rsident of the Republic of Pa
ama, is celebratmg his birthday
day by spending a quiet day at
farm, Santa Monica at Rio
ato. He will be back in Panama
morrow to join in the July 4 fes
Fapt. And Mr. Warner Rodiman
i tie Capt. And Mr.
; Capt. and Mrs. Warner Rodiman
avt a delightful dinner party at
e Amador Officers', Club, Sun-
ay evening in honor of Capt
id Mrs. Frank Munroe. Capt,
'jdiman succeeds Capt. Jlunroe
s Marine Director of the Pan
K Canal Co. Capt., Mrs. Munroe
id their daughter will leave soon
r his new post m Bremerton,
a;ningion. .. : ,-.;..',.;.. f- v
ail And Farewell ; :.Tt
or Naval Officers- : h
Ivan B. Milliard -was host, Fri-
v niaht. at a party iven at Al-
took Officers' Club. The p a r t y
as a farewell for Capt, Henry M.
larshall and a welcome to his
accessor Cant. John D. Andrew.
nother ; newcomer commander
William J. Young was also wel-
liroed aboard as an honor guest
fny Parties Given
r V urine Ladies
Mrs. J. J. vallarino. wile- or me
anamanian Ambassador to Wash'
pton. and Miss Dons Anas, bee
letary of the Panamanian Embas
in Italy nave oeen ieiea ai i
.found, of parties since they arriv-
ij l S nr A H m rA va!-
f Yesterday they were joint guests
r,i honor at. a tea given by Mrs.
tieardo Moscati, wife of the Ita Ita-ian
ian Ita-ian Ambassador to Panama, at
ho Embassy residence.
Mrs. Maria Elena de la uuardia
ave a luncneon ai ner nome iai
Week in honor of Mrs. Vallarino.
Miss Arias was guest of honor)
luncheon given at the unionl
SLf' 1 UAVCCammt
Club, Saturday, by Miss Rosario
Ortu de Zevauos. ,.
Ladies Of Diplomatic Corps
Enjoy Tea At Mexican Embassy
Mrs. Berta de Fuentes, wife of
the Mexican Ambassador to Pana
ma, gave a tea this afternoon at
the Embassy residence for the la-
die of the Diplomatic corps.
Dinner, Card Party
At Venezuelan Embassy '-
The Venezuelan Ambassador and
Mrs. Esteban Chalbaud Cardona
entertained a group of frineds with
dinner and cards at the Embassy
Country Dance At YMCA
Te Cetebrat July 4
The YMCA has announc-
ed a s via, country dance to be
held In honni! of Independence Day
tomorrow night s J
"A program of early .American
dances will be presented, includ including
ing including dances from the west mid
west; east, and southern section of
the United States. Some of the old
timers may remember some of
the dances Rye Waltz, .Vars'ou .Vars'ou-vienne,
vienne, .Vars'ou-vienne, Cotton Eyed-Joe, Glow
Worm Gavotte, Red River Valley,
Square dance, and the Virginia
Reel. : w ' '
This program is not necessaril necessaril-ly
ly necessaril-ly demonstration, however spec spectators
tators spectators are invited. The dances are
simple and enjoyable, and are ea easy
sy easy enough that any one may learn
Each of the dances will be ex.
phined and "walked-through"' be before'
fore' before' they are actually done. The
calling and teaching for the eve evening
ning evening will be carried out under the
leadership of Clarence F o i 1 e s,
Ross Cunningham, and : Bill Sco Sco-field.
field. Sco-field. Military and civilian personnel
are cordially invited to the pro program
gram program starting at 8 p.m. Those per perrons
rons perrons having no experience who
wifh to dance should come early.
Unless 1 vou are a xrhnnT.
reacner in a classroom, don1
correct anomer person's gram
mar or pronunciation, It won't
be appreciated. It tent even
good manners for wife or hus husband
band husband to correct each other In
front of others or for parents
constantly to correct t b e i i
school-age children when there
are otner people around.
. It's never good manners to em
To Visit Russia,
LONDON. JuTw 9 nrx n.t
Mmister Solomon Bandaranike of
"ld yesterday he plans to
visit both the United States and
Bandaranaike told newsmen he
has been invited by the U.S. and
Soviet governments. He said he
wou d go to Washington sometim.
m wovember and to Moscow next
,fier, me tremler sa d. he
wul visit Communist China.
BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
'The physically timid" lid?
Why, the first thing we do for
him is put him on the punching
bag. He socks it; it doesn't sock
back. He learns that he's surviv
ed the consequences of socking
something the bit first lesson
for the physically timid kid."
The speaker Is Roderick H. &e
ward, operator of the Sigward
Sports Academy in New York Ci
ty. A long-time instructor in juju juju-su,
su, juju-su, boxing, fencing, weight-lifting
and other physical skills -both
here and in his native Germany,
l.e specializes in teaching me that
he develops their physical self self-confidence
confidence self-confidence in three steps.
"What's the second one?' i
ask. - ; '.--:''
I put on the gloves with the
kid," he answers. "I say, 'Hit me
with all your strength.' Finally he
does. I wince, say, That was
fine!' The kid discovers that he
can be as safe hitting a human
beine as he was with the punch
ing bag one that is Digger, man
he is. From then on, his self-con
fidence grows. v
"And the third step?" I Inquire
"He's out into combat with an
other kid." savs Sigward. "This
is always the critical point Up to
now. this timid kid has been
kept in a protected situation that
insures mm peneci saieiy in ex exchange
change exchange for his punch. Now he's in
one that cant insure it to him. In
pnmbat. he sets hit back. He ex
periences the third lesson that he
can survive the other fellows's
nnnrh and no longer needs per
feet safety. From now, on, he can
risk himself and begin to trade
i -renort siewaro s wrer iep
that develop a child's physical as as-irnee
irnee as-irnee because they exactly pa
rallel those that develop his emoJ
Elm mp aiicii
From Top TV Spol
NHW YORK. July 3 (UP)
Rock-n rcll singer Elvis Presley
stood still long enough Sunday
night to help Steve Allen displace
vA Sullivan as kins of Sunday
night television, the ratings show
ed yesterday. r
Sullivan responaea xo uc news
by sending AUen ,a one-wora wie
gram. : ... 40
"Rinlrf,, ha Wired.
An all-out T feud between the
two began two weeks' ago when
Allen appeared for the first time
as master of ceremonies of a new
NBC variety show aimed at top toppling
pling toppling Sullivan from his throne.
Allen's appearance last night,
along with Presley, who made a
strictly non-gyrating appearance,
won him a 20.2 Trendex rating.
Sullivan registered at only 14.8.
The ratings showed that Allen
had S3.S Per cent of the veiwing
audience, as compared with 39.7
for Sullivan. NBC said this was
the best it had done for the day
and the hour since May 30. 1954.
Sullivan, master of ceremonies
of a CBS variety show, has out
drawn the competition from I to
9 p.m. almost every Sunday night
for several years. During the past
season, NBC edged out Sullivan
only three times before Sunday
twice with Dean Martin and Jet-
rv Lewis and once with a specta
cular called ."Inside Beverly
Take your toddler.' Just as Si2-'
ward's physically timid pupil!
must discover he can hit the
punching bag without penalty, so
your toodier must discover that he
can conquer things the bath-wa
ter he splashes; the mug he bangs
on the table; the shelf he tries to
' If you're always frownine disan-
proval of his conflicts with these
things, he can develop the same
constraint toward his social world
as the timid youngster shews to toward
ward toward the punching bag.
Later, like the scared boxer who
dares not punch his instructor, the
emotionally restricted child will e-
vade any conflict with you, his
He may never learn to risk him
self in conflict with anyone. Like
the bully-hounded children who
come to Sigward'! academy, he
will trust only the safety of sub-
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Lt a luncheon given at the unionl (Continued on rage 10)
i fiy CELEBRATE j V
j 3 t our I
j.. .-"---: m the alr-eonditiooed .. I
' BELLA VISTA Roor V
I with the delightful muile of - 1
- CLARENCE MARTIN'S ORCHESTRA J
' excellent International cuisine
' moat agreeable dining and j V- I
M dancing la town
. ", Call Maftre e HoM, 3-1M V I
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I Thunday tbit week. p
Persons Travel Bureau
Over thirty years 0 PERSON-aZteed service1
1 PANAMA, R. DE P.
Ralbea, Caaal Zeee
Allow ma to take this opportunity to oxtend t cordial Invitation to you
to join us on a two week ski tour to Portillo, Chile, leaving Panama by
Panagra'a "El Pacifico" flight 733 at 11:59 p.m. on July 28th and r.
turning by Panagra't flight 732 on August 11th. .
For tome time past, a group of us hero in Panama have beerv discussing
t... possibility of going skiing, and with tho cooperation of the Persons
Travel Bureau and Panagra, have put together an all-expense skl'trip to
tho fabulous Chilean ski resort you will not want to miss. This package
deal for $526.00 (which Incidentally is ths same rats as the normal round
trip tourist fars between Panama'alnd Santiago) 'includes air transports,
tion to and from Santiago, two nights at beautiful Hotel Carrera, round
trip rail transportation from Santiago to Portillo, and 10 days room and
board at the luxurious Hotel Portillo. . 1 l.'
; Like most of us, you Will probably want to avail yourself of : ths i expert
services of the Ski School directed by world famou Emile Allais. Ths
Ski School rates for a half day are $1.10, and for a full day $1.60. All
the basic ski squipment can be rented at1 Portillo at a surprisingly low"
rate of $1.50 per day. For those of you who prefer ice skating, skates
are rented at a rate of $0.20 an hour. All of these figures may vary,
-slightly due to exchange rate fluctuations in Chile.
Because our deadline for accepting reservations is July 15th, be sure to -send
your name in within the next ten days of two weeks. When you
make your reservation, please include a draft, payable to the Persons
Travel Bureau, in the amount of $100.00 U.S., and we shall acknowledge
.receipt of your deposit, and confirm your reservation by return mail.
I'll be looking forward to hearing from you during the next few days.
Please don't hesitate to ask any questions you may have, as I shall be
only too glad to answer them. My office telephone number is Panama
3-1712, and my home phone is Panama 3-6648. My mailing address is
Post Office Box 4297, Panama City, Republic of Panama.'
: :-. v -r
V ISO years old, still young in spirit, still
strong in its devotion to freedom, this.
nation looks back upon its history with
pride, looks forward to its future with
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Introducing the Mexiconga'
. and many other dances!
' first dancer of the group! ....
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' 14 Central Ave.' '
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j fat aula a4 haute
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' i CaaaJ Zone Ladies
For Srt nl Lorel-f Hair
r try our
Yiil&A. Beauty Salon
. Tel 2-3677
" Pcor Marlcnelx
; tmi! rem Casino
' '"SfONTE: CARLO, July 3 (UP) (UP)-1
1 (UP)-1 Varlene Dietrich, wearina nearly
. SIO.OW worttre iothef, waa abar abar-red
red abar-red trorr. the Monte Carlo Casino
, because-she was notTroperly
,4.0k. oressea,-,',ws wkhiwi
" She waa refused admiasion to the
- casino's prtvate rooms because part
f. her Outfit consist of long
r"1"' i j j
oofterappeared at -the casino
I'ttaa oiamnrniK Hn vwnon uraiiu-
vMterdSv dressed in black ailk
trousers and a biaek silver-spang
' ImI tnnio.
.. f cLi ... Avfhim lYPftnnpll
er partner in the -Monte Carlo
Story wmcn is Deing iumea nere.
,: She pretested easisw authe-
riea that Iter eutfit was worth
"several Milium" Iraacs. one
'mlllien franca is worth S1.IS7 at
the elf icial eachange rate.
They told her "The rule is the
yule" and no women wearing trous trous-n
n trous-n rmiirf ntr the orivate rooms.
Miss l.iicn waa reponeu
wuuionvirc Aiuunio "-v'
t, iKumI with him last nieht. 0
aassis owns a large chunk of the
eaaino. . '-
He was reported to have replied,
It's stupid, I know, but the rules
f the private, rooms are formal
on that point.1
Ton will have ehanct
TODAY te) win the $100
Clrsf prise y ttendln BANK
NIGHT sit tbe TROPICAL
TJieaiM,hkb jGITES AWAT
I50in eksh every Tnesday,
tat addition t a. stupendous
double program. t
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
ARIAS, MATU8SI ASSOCIATES
'tibortolr ional''".":r.?: '
,'lanet. fidueiarte ,.,...
Caanto Ptumk . ......
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Ciiireaiia do 1cho
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finanaa, S. A. ; :.tv,.;.-
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Panainofta da Aaaltan ...
Paaarnefia da Pibraa ...
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' FOR SALE: 4-bumer fa eteve
' $90, sofa $25. 2 chain $11 ea..
china closet $20. Call Diabla 2-.
FOR SALE.- Easy Spiniry, ar ar-fttt,
fttt, ar-fttt, naw; aorch hirniturt. Cu Cu-niadu
niadu Cu-niadu 5176.
FOR SALI: R.S.A. mararcycla.
CSOcc.,. ndc-car,. Radia Arciaia Arciaia-I't,
I't, Arciaia-I't, Juan I.' Sou Straat Na. 69.
Phone 2-5426 riaaiM. ..
The Panama Liner Panama is
scueuulea tu nau uoni tmiobvi
on Saturday won VX passengers
lor jNew xrk and six pausenaws
en route lor f on-au-rrince, Haul.
iuose Duoitea lor naau .; iue:
Miss iuarguerne mine, miss Su Susan
san Susan hoen, ami Mrs. anu .Mrs.
veerway and ineir two cuadreu.
lue Lompieie aavance passen
ger ust lor.xNew Xort toilows:
Harry Amos; Miss Ann An Anderson;
derson; Anderson; Jlifs mm Hiancni; Mr
una auis. x.awaiu C. nmer: jut.
uitt Jurs. George A. .Black; Miss
dannan iiucKSMtun; our. and mrs.
wauter w. tarison; Mr. and Mrs.
j-. CarsKaducu, anu kuu; w. muu
larsvineodore Da vies; Mr. and
Mrs, bun jkziiouw; au: aua iuo.
wunaai Ki alKen and Uix: Mrs.
Catherine ouiKes ana i cnu cnu-dren;
dren; cnu-dren; and Miss uce r'rauu.
Miss rna uramse; Miss Hilda
Grams; jaug Maaeune O-reen;
Mr. anu Mrs. Jtaipn UuteKunst
sr. auu 2 cundreu; iJrs. & a H y
hall; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Warn Warned
ed Warned and son; Miss Lucy Mi lta;i;
miss uens uenner: Mr. ana Mrs.
Martin Hirscn; Mr. ana Mrs. Har
ry xanger; Mr .'aua Mrs. joepn
V. Lombardi; Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Longhurst; MT..' suid Mrs.; Williaoi
Mcunnor;,-and.Mr Jons A. Mc Mc-Natt
Natt Mc-Natt and son.'1 ,! .,. ,-
Mr.' and Mrs. John F. Manning
and 5 children; Mr. and Mrs. Joan
S. Miller; Miss Enuly Milhgan;
Mr., and Mrs.ii Jerry Nathanson;
Miss Lillian L. Pratt; MrC and
Mrs. Fernand Picquart; Albert
Posterdar. Mr. and Mrs; A. W
RinA Hire (l&rvrtSa t PnKincnn
Miss Jov Ann Kobinson: Harry
Schuler; Mrs. Anna Smith; Mrs.
Madeline Taylor; Carl T. Tuttlc;
Miss Molly Wemgarten Miss I
rene M. Wright; and Mr. and Mrs.
Sole Of Tickets
For Canal Trip
The sale of tickets for the
Sd.y by St. Christopher's
unurcn, Kio ADaio. WU1 be conti-
nued through this week, it was an-
Reservations may be made by
telephone at Panama S-0714, the
This will probably be the last
excursion through the Panama
Canal from the Pacific side this
season before the ferry XJ.S. Pres.
ident Porras .is taken off t h i s
A first prise ef $1W and
three morepriies for a total
of $150 In cash Is GIVEN
AWAY every Tuesday at the
TROPICAL THEATRE. TO TODAY
DAY TODAY is your chance to be one
of the lacky winners, DONT
MISS IT. Try your luck and
also see stupendous double
pro tram. v ,:;;....'.,.,. :.
Ave. Eloy Alfaro 15-159
vrotram. s ;
FOR SALE. 1951 Chryil.r Naw
.Yfrkcr 4-4eer saoaa. a a war
araariaf, duty paid $795. Tala Tala-phana
phana Tala-phana tt-616 Guliek r 61 61-91.
91. 61-91. ..
FOR SALE: 1952 Chavralat 4 4-a'ear
a'ear 4-a'ear Mdaa a a I a x a, autamatia
traiumiMien, atw hatttry, axeal axeal-lnt
lnt axeal-lnt co adit ion mtMa avttMa,
$713. lalbaa 2-1515.
FOR SALE: '49 luick Suaar
Sedan, standard tranimiuioa,
(oed tadia, runs teed, duty aaid
$220. Panama 1-1010.
FOR SALE- 1951 Ford Cuatom
Sedan, radio, clean, tingla awn awn-ar.
ar. awn-ar. $550. 1349-1 15th N. 0.
Phana Navy 2294.
- FOR SALE 1955 Curtomiina
' Ford VI, t-we-tane wi tiraa,
narfacf condition $1700, 119-X
Gambaa. Phon 6-379.
FOR SALE: 19J1 Fard 2-d.ar
"Six food condition $450. Sat.
Smith at' Crittebal Police Sta Station.
FOR SALE: Beautiful 1955
uick caavtHibla, like bow, 20,
000 miiat, food rubber whito
aidawall, tubalou tiros, aowor
top, power ttaerinf power brakaa,
deluxe upholrtery, backup light,
directional signal lights, radio t
heater. Must ace this car t ap appreciate
preciate appreciate it. Whoa new cost $3,
650. Will sell far $2,500. Can
be financed. See or call after 4
p.m. Curuada Phana 6206,
House 2151. Apt. I.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
elAir 4-door Station Wagon,
powerglide, nndorcoatod, heater,
def raster ft- other extras $1995.
Oscar Maessen, 73.
News of the death of Oscar
Maessen retired Panama Canal'
employe, on June 25 in Antwerp, Antwerp,-Belgium,'
Belgium,' Antwerp,-Belgium,' has, been received byj
friends on the Isthmus. lie was
73 years old. .., :-.
Mf. Maessen vu i veteran tnii
ploye of the Canal service and
was .for several years Inspector of
Hulls and Boilers for the Marine
Bureau before his retirement in
Jle was a native of Antwerp
and a naturalized American citi citizen.
zen. citizen. He was first employed in 6the
Canal organization as a Marine
nguieer in the Dredging Division
in April 1916. He left the service
ana was on duty for a short time
with the U.S.- Navy during the
first World War.
He was reemployed as Chief En
gineer in the Marine Bureau in
1918 and served continuously until
his retirement. He was auiiervixor
of harbor craft for several years
and was- promoted to Inspector of
uuus ana aouers in 1929.
Mr. and Mrs. Maessen made
nr nome In St. Petersburgh,
Florida, most of the time since
nis retirement, although they have
travelled extensively in Europe.
iney revisnea tne canal Znn
jeral years ago.
in addition In h ( M.
, w ( V, 1HI.
Maessen is survived by a daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. J. F. Meehan, of Mar Margarita,'
garita,' Margarita,' wife of a Panama ranai
ruot, ana two grandchildren,
Balance 01 Arms
Favors Israel, Says
! LONDON, July 3 (UP) -British
ronegn Secretary Selwyn Lloyd
luiu ramameni today- that the
i balance of arms in the Middle'
East was "rather in favor 'of Is
rael- at tne moment
Lloyd was answering a barrage
of questions from both Conserva Conservative
tive Conservative and Socialist members de.i
manaing Halt of arms exports to
But the foreign secretary said
he would not stop arma shipments
to the Egyptians. f
'I believe that at "the moment
the balance of arms in the Middle
East is rather in favor of Israel,"
Lloyd was asked ; whether he
would stop the export, of arms to
Egypt in view of the departure 'of j
the last unush troops from the
Sues Canal tone.
"No," the foreign secretary re
plied. TThe governments policy
on arms to the Middle East coun countries,
tries, countries, including Egypt, remains as
stated on March 28." r
At that time, Lloyd said, Britain
wa striving to maintain an Israeli-Arab
arms balance as agreed to
in the big three tripartite declara
tion on the Middle East.
In reply to a question by form
er Laborue Defense Minister Em Emmanuel
manuel Emmanuel SbinweU, Lloyd declined to
sav whether British arms were be-
in exported to Egypt at the pre present
sent present time. He said it was not the
practice to give details of particul particular
ar particular transactions. v
; ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031, ANC0M, CX
SOX 1211. CR1STOSAL. CX
NOTICE Mr. I. J Manloy is
no longer associated with Dun-'
ham and Smith, Inc., No. 1 Via
ranama. jury l, ie.
Dr. Womdehake Medical Clinic
Day end night aarvice. Opposite
Chase lank. Phone 2-3479 Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. . v 1
FOR SALEi-Tnoreahbre4 Da Da-barman
barman Da-barman P Mitch or pup, ail papers
end shot. Coee Solo phono S4I7.
FOR SALE: Deep freese 21 ca.
ft. Columbia, nprigkt. Call 16 16-7225
7225 16-7225 Albrook.
IS IT SNOWING? Impreve your
picture with an antenna matched
to Channel I, Only $9.75. Yea)
i install It ora will. Advice free.'
i Pbene us, 2-1 J26, Radio Calido-
: nia, S.A. (. '-
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS
Sealed bids, far openloori" Pb-
lie, will be reeoivediirtil 10:30
a.m., JuliXJ956, ha the office,
of Superintendent of Storehous Storehouses,
es, Storehouses, Balboa, for tea cans, vacuum ,'
cleaner, compressor, electric wa water
ter water cooler, oatinee, asphalt ket kettle,
tle, kettle, linalaum, blueprint ma machines,
chines, machines, arc burning, tamp, lathe,'
Magnet, winch, transit mixer,
paint- supplies,, power take-off,
pumps, refrigerated eemi-trailer, s
furnace and foundry supplies,
; fire extinguishers, grinding, keek i
washing, perforating and sanding
machines, .tampers, chain link
fabric, cyclone fabric, eedhim
silicate, pipe tape and tractor
parts, for further infer at ton
and copy of lavMetiea No.-100
contact Division of Storehouaoa,
Balboa, tolophone 2-1815,
JULY 4th, ; I
(Continued front Pare 11
garita will be opened at 1:30
v.?tV tb forwiatlon efj a pa
rade at te-Bn!rMa of Colum,
bus Club. The paradg wtil be begin
gin begin at 8:15 ajn. and will fol follow
low follow Espave' Avenue, Second
Street, Margarita Avenue, and
Third Street te the school for
thm. natriotle exerefces.
FoUowlng the flag- raising
ceremony, th program will be
opened by an Invocation by the
Rev. Nolan O. Akers. The prin
cipal address will be delivered
by Robert vveise, unnea
Consul la Colon. Benediction
will be pronounced by the Rev.
James J. Murpny, cm.
In addition t etna swimming
meet which will follow the
patr'otie exercises, klddv train,
fire engine and jeep rides are
planned for th children be-a-inninr
at 8:38 a.m.'
Tickets are beina; sold cn the
Atlantic Side for $1.00 each for
a family as a voluntary means
of raisine- money to defray, ex
penses of tne program. Aitena Aitena-ance
ance Aitena-ance prises will be given. Food
will be on sale both at the Mar
garita service Center and the
Knights of Columbus Hall dur
ing the ciay.
-The reminder that the se
er firinsr of fireworks in the
Canal Zone without a special
permit Issued by the C'vll Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Director Is now prohibit prohibited
ed prohibited was contained in an an
nouneement j today at Balboa
The sale and use or firing, o!
nreworas in tne zone were pro prohibited
hibited prohibited under an Executive Reg
ulation issued last August after
legislation was cassea auuioru-
ing the Governor of the Canal
Zone to control the sal and
use of fireworks.
Traditionally, Independe'n c e
Day was a signal for extensive
ureworeg displays by children
ana aauits in tne canal zone
although the sale of fireworks
has not been permitwekfor sev several
eral several years; V..'-. -" i
The regulations Brovlde thai
permits may be Issued by the
Civil Affairs Director for suner-
vised public displays cf fire fireworks
works fireworks by responsible organiza-j
uons. irroups, or individuals.
The prohibition of fireworks
firing without permits eovers
all nois makers which are set
off by combustion, explosion,
deflagration, r detonation, In.
eluding firecrackers, toy pis pis-tols
tols pis-tols or guns, sparklers, and
other types of fireworks.' ;
The maximum penalty for
violation of regulation on the
sale or use of, fireworks in the
Zone is a fine of not more than
$100 or 30 days in Jail, or both.
WASHINGTON.. July 3 (UP)
The House yesterday unanimously
passed and sent to the Senate a
bill to require all ocean-going pas passenger
senger passenger vessels to carry radiotele
phone equipment as a safety mea
sure." ':..... ."
ATTENTION Lf Juat boiit
oMdera furnished apartments. I,
2 be dree ma, bet, old water
Phono Penan 3-4941.
FOR RENT. Nicely famished
apartment including rafriporator,
parlor, dining room, bedroom.
, kittkan, tiled, screened. Apply
1 12 Via oiiaario Perraa, a oar
FOR RENT: 2-bedreeu. apart apart-meat.
meat. apart-meat. Phone Panama 8-6115.
FOR RENT. SmaH furnbhod a a-.
. a-. paitasoat ha beatrtrfel reardontial'
octioa. Clean and comfortabla.
43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT) Furniskad or n..
furnished one bedroom modern,
apartment, garage. 168 Via 81-
isario Perraa.. i
apartment, acreened, inspected,
one and two bedrooms. CaR 2-
FOR RENT Military rnsaoctcd
furnished I -bedroom apartment
with kitchen. Across Anson boo boo-atop,
atop, boo-atop, 17-18 4th ef July Avenue.
Phone 2-5113. :
FOR RENT ; Furnished apait apait-Ment
Ment apait-Ment $50. North American
neighbors, regular transport at ion.
Phono 1-0471. ... .. 5
FOR RENTi-2-Bodroom apart apart-meet
meet apart-meet aad garage. Chile Avenue
41T38. Phone 3-0611.. ;
FOR RENT.- Ono-bodroom fur fur-nished
nished fur-nished apartment. Automobile
.Row. Pbeao Panama 3-4382 aft after
er after 6 p.m.'
FOR RENTt Apertmann, three
nw. I3D. Phone 3-0IS0 or
Of Pet!n3 Rc;!n:3
LONDON, July 3 (UP) -Three
Asian, nations in the British Com-
menweaim won asreement from
the five other Commonwealth prime I
ministers today that the world I
should recognize the Communist
Chinese government as joob as
possible. .:, ,,:t .j. ;
Conference sources said the pre premiers
miers premiers of Pakistan and Ceylon join joined
ed joined India in urging "no undue de delay"
lay" delay" in general recognition of the
Pcipinr regime and its admittance
to the United Nations.
Australia- and New Zealand
sounded notes of caution, the sourc
es said, especially on the idea of
letting Bed uuna into the United
Nations. But they, along with Brit Britain,
ain, Britain, Canada and South Africa a a-greed
greed a-greed generally with the Asian
view. v v
Canada emphasized the' deep)
feeling in the United States e.
gahrat perm (trine Peiping bite the
world organization and the con
ference agreed this issue should
be set aside until after the U.S.
preaidentlal election In November.
Britain, India, Pakistan and Cey Ceylon
lon Ceylon already recognize Red China.
The other Commonwealth nations
do not. ,''..:.........,..,
Conference sources said the sen-
eril discussion on Communist Chi China'
na' China' was so absorbing it diverted
debate from a discussion on, Indo Indochina.
It was reported the prime min ministers
isters ministers agreed the partition of In Indochina
dochina Indochina must be accepted at least
for the time being and they could
take no formal action towards fore
ing all; Viet Nam elections at this
The conference sources said the
prime ministers strongly opposed
Britain's plans to give sell -deter
miration to Cyprus.
"This is of enormous import
ance Because me conierence views
on Cyprus obviously apply to the
whole chain of fortress territories
everywhere from Gibraltar to Hong
Kong which form the Common Commonwealth's
wealth's Commonwealth's life lines," a source said.
:nd sll prctb cl "VQOIA UCOm Ai:D DE5TIIERIA CENTRAL"
PHIUIPS Ocoenjide Cottages,
Santo Clare. Boa 435, Balboa.
Phono Panama 8-1177, Crista
Baldwin'a furniahad apertmanta
at Santa Clara s Beach. Tele Tele-phone
phone Tele-phone Smith, Balboa 3681.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
beach bouse. One mile part Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono Panama 2-1515.
FOR EE NT: Modem duplex
aemi-ckalot: two bedrooms, two
bathrooms, hot water. Alhambra
Apart man rt. Telephone 1386,"
FOR RENT. Vacation quarters,
10th Street; vPahNUa, for three
months Jury to September:. It
bedroom concrete house com completely
pletely completely furniahad including Tela-
vision. Front and back patios,
largo enclosed backyard, $145
per month. Call 3-3866 after 6
' p.m. ,-;'.
FOR RENT. Furniahad chalet
ha Coco del Mars 3 bedrooms,
hot water, living and dining
: maid's room, garage.. Tel-
FOR RENT:. Chalet 2 bed-,
rooms, fiving-dinlng room, ga ga-;
; ga-; rage; 18th Street No. 8,; San
WANTED Persons to fill the
paws nightly July 8th thru 15th
at 7 o'clock. Gospel meeting. No
nightly collections. CHURCH OF
CHRIST, 0851 Balboa Rd. Wor Wor-die
die Wor-die Burrow, Evangelist.' v
POSITION WANTEDS Expert-;
enced pastry cooks with refer-'
. ences seeks position. Please call
t r Vi V : tl v.
iv- r 5 -;
L: 1 if
The most famous, the most popular and
spectacular orchestra in show-business is,
without doubt, "LOS CHAVALES DE ESPA ESPA-fA,',
fA,', ESPA-fA,', a formidable combination of music,
"LOS CHAVALES DE ESPASA" received the
dances and melodies of international taste,
thunderous applause of New York while they
played at the Waldorf-Astoria and the Plaza.
They were sensational at the Desert-Inn and;
the Riviera of Las Vegas, Los Angeles beard
them at the Cocoanut Grove where they
thrilled the movie stars with their artistic
V' m m t sr m a
OPPORTUNITY offorod to uies uies-men
men uies-men with experience and initia initiative
tive initiative to handle fast-sailing linos.
Bring Menaces to Tropelco,
45th Street. Via Espaiia.
FOR RENT.- Room for bachelor
with bath and private entrance.
Estudiante Street, Bldg. 14-29,
' Apt. 3. '.
Freed Priests ;r if j
Leave Shanghai :J
Forong Kong T
; fiONQ KONG, Jul v ?Vttd
Two Roman Catholic nr-ipst
from San Franclsc6 who served
three years in Communist Chi China's
na's China's prisons will leave Shanghai
tonight by ship for Hong Kong
it was reported today. ; 'j
The Revs. John w. Clifford
and Thomas L. Phillips, were re
leased from Shanghai's notcri-1
ous ward road Jail last June 16
Both were convicted bv. a Red
Chinese court on charges of es
pionage ana anu-state 7 acuvi acuvi-ties,
ties, acuvi-ties, : u :
Soviets Testing f
TOKYO, July S (UPV Peiping
ridio said today Soviet scientists
have an atomic airplane in the test testing
ing testing stage.
; The broadcast did not give any
source for its information and few
details. It was beamed mostly for
receivers on the Communist Chi Chinese
nese Chinese mainland but was heard, here.
f n;H?J3DAY.AT T!:i L 'iA
"LOS (IIAVALES Dc ESPAfX
(Accumulated) 3. $120.00 (Accumulat.d)
WANTED. Serious, responsible
cook. Must sleep in. Pare Ave Avenue
nue Avenue No. 37-48.
WANTED .Export wok. Must
bnog reference. Excellent sala salary.
ry. salary. Alberto Navarro Street No.
26, Cangrejo. .
WANTED Home for Germs
Shepherd dog, 10 months eld.
Russian Naval j
Attache Ordered I
Our Of Argentina
BUENOS AIRES, July 3 (UP) (UP)-Airline
Airline (UP)-Airline officials said yesterda
tapi. Alexander Morosov, the Ru
sian naval attache ordered out r
Argentina Saturday night, wilr
leave at S p.m. today 44V4 hmn
after the deadline orieinallv a
for his departure. r. I
, Argentine authorities agreed 1
extend Morosov's stay in th
country because of poor fly in
weather. ... t ..
The Argentine Foreign Ministif
declared Jlorosov. ''personal no;
gratea" ana ordered him to g'
out of the country. No offici.
reason' was given but well it
formed sources said the goverr
ment has discovered proof th;
he was an accomplice of the Com
munist plotters who helped to a
range tbe abortive June 10 revc
here. - r
Near La Paz
JLA PAZ,' Bolivl, July 3 (UP) -A
truck loaded with workera eras!
ed on a mountain road near her
today,' killing at least 19 person
and injuring H
f On Thursday, Galllto, Marlboro and Philip
Morris, the popular cigarettes wiU present at
the BELLA VISTA Theatre, this fantastic
show in combination with the Alec Guln Guln-ness's
ness's Guln-ness's picture. "LAST HOLIDAY."
Don't fail to see "LOS CHAVALES DES ES ES-PASA"
PASA" ES-PASA" at the BELLA VISTA, where they will
make their debut on Thursday and will work
until Tuesday, with a different release every
THE PANAMA vAMTElCAN JLV -INDEPENDENT DAILY. NEWSPAPER
I : V
TTT 1 1
(j CAP 1 10X10
, DRIVE-IN Theatre
60c . i JOc.
THE KILLER IS LOOSE ..
, f with Joseph COTTEN"
' Rhonda FLEMLNG Wendfl SCOTT
60c i, j ., '.".',. .-- 30c.
Aldo RAT, in
.r THREE STRIPES IN-THE SUN
- ininied. in Japan)
Plus: Dennis Morgan, In
THE GUN THAT WON THE WEST
- Also: o
THE DIAMOND v
- Also: v
Jane Russell, in
-Scott Brady, In
' AMERICAN --
Also': -. :
INDIAN FIGHTER r
C:T --Also: .."'.v..
Frank Sihaira, In'
the man with the
... golden arm'-...
TlTS3AJt JXLY.3, 1338
Answer to Previous PuizI
12 Measure of
IS Opposed 4
14 Supply with
80 Noun suffixes
, 61 Blackthorn
v night occasion
1 War god of
4 Bony chicken
' l f Xl -f - 2
SO Serve fond
5 i- & rnnlrinv trl 22 Militsrv
TlTtvwi ' 24t7nonVrwl
II Alaskan, dof what yeast '! 2 J British
19 South ' dotifh ini statesman
21 Bride's r
I Group of
: .sentences ,"'
1,0 Norse M
24 Sleepuif place n Electrical
27 falsified v uniU(ab.)
2t Allowance for 11 Small hole
34 Ester Of Oleic.
acid ; U i
41 His Serene
44 Heraldic band
44 Poem form-
93 Roiling down
, cattle ;
51 Country hotel
f 7 Musical
! 'quality '
' demons 1
21 School period
35 Dished up 1
43 Cheer ':
45 Paradises i
46 Singing group
47 Fruit covering
51 Within ;
33 Western show 55 Legal matters
I I'nvltt TV .' ilftm U y I
HOUVWOOD'': (NEXr- Hol
lywood on TV:: George Gobel's
producer, Hal Kanter, is chuckling
about a Chamber of Commerce
sign he spotted while dnving
, through a small town in Utah.
3t-.read:.,;t.:-'-;.Mv. .".,... v,-..-..
" "Ideal Temperatures. Fertile
Land. ;. Paved Roads. Peaceful
Bights NO TELKVISIONf".
a new occupational
'Sgf. Bilko r- m Silvers' U was
the one who sot hilki in t
Vegas during his three-week night
uo appearance, mere, 'according
to- casino chatter, He's said to
nave lost a larse rhnnlr nf hie
rao.ooo earnings . Attorney
Josenn n. Welch of thi i?c.ar.
thy-Army hearing fame ia the nar-
raror ot a projected telefilm se:
ries "American Heritage." : ;
MUton Berle and W. C. Fields
Jr., son of the comedian, are hud huddling
dling huddling about a movie based on
fields'; career with the Ziegfeld
Jf oilies ; The Duke of Edin-
bwgh and his uncle, Adm. Earl
Mountbatten, are financially back
ing a j series of telefilms about.
British sea power.; Sort of a "Vic "Victory
tory "Victory at Sea with time out for
Now it can be told that Jimmy
Dimn, Bill Bishop and Mike
O'Shea ad libbsd whole new
ending for one of their "It's a
Great Life" teltfilms. "And," con confesses
fesses confesses Bill, "we'ra still flatting
letters from confused people about
it." Locked in a do tat for the
fadeouf all three "sneaked out
asking "Where's the party?" as
a fag-on the director, who feft
it in the script.- One eif the rta rta-sons
sons rta-sons maybe, "why the shew lost
15 Dead Removed
House In Madrid,
MADRID r July 3 (UP) Fire Firemen
men Firemen removed 15 bodies today "from
the wreckage of t an apartment
house that collapsed after it was
weakened by Bje.'ffV U
' Some 40 others were Injured and
one' persons still was missing and
presumed dead in the rubble.
Authorities said a ground. Hoor
blaze in the building was brought
under control in about two -hours
last night. Tenants were permit-
lea oacK mto the building and u
uremen fere uispecing the dam
age. i ft jvv-S t
Sudden the building creaked
and then caved in. Five of the dead
were firemen, v'-
Toast Canada 4-
' MOSCOW. Julv S ftlPl"-. Soviet
officials toasted Canada with
cnampagne yesterday. ';
' r "'"
Power stations minister 0nrtrt
M. Malenkov and Deputy Premier
M. G. Pervukbin attended a re
ception a the Canadian embassy
ai honor of Canada's hational day.1
Chargo d' Affaires R. EX 'Cot!
ins was host also la U.S. Amhas-
... U. 0UU1CU i u u
..".British Ambassador Sir William!
Billy Regis' !Gliss',
Really All His. Own
' fey DICK
ever Billy Regis takes ms own
trumpet, in hand, stands in front
of his own band and plays his
own theme song, somebody is
bound to '.get mad and say he's
copying someone else. That's be because
cause because his theme gong is ''Cherry
Pink and Apple Blossom White,"
the record which sold -so well tor
Peres Prade. . 1 i
But it wai Billy Regis' trumpet
on. that record and it even says
so on the- label. In small print.
"But nobody seems to have read
the label," says Billy.1 For sever
al years, he was uir unofficial
leader (official title i- -"orchestra
contractor as well ti plaver in
the Prado band. After the record
was such a smash Billy formed
his own band and how is record
ing for RCA-Victdr. Doing right
well, too. --4'V("'-:- -v"1
Billy's wife, the lovsiv Holly
wood starlet and singer, Charlita,
is singing with- the band. She evsn
tvmed down the' second female
lead in Clark Gable's next pic
ture to stay with Billy and the
The fabulous' trumpet style Bil
ly used on "Cherry Ptak" and
still uses is called "gussanao'
or hist "eliss" for short."""
"It's actually, an illegitimate
trumpet, he. says. It slides, like
if ;'L LJ i
ChuVIHa ? mUf Kegia ;
840 kcs.. Panama Gty
Y. i i i-'' if.-
with a trombone:
"If you keen doing what you're
taught," Charhta said,u'you nev
er get anywnere jts.omy wnen
you have an illegitimate style that
people, notice, you." t j"
Sher herself a Latin from Mas
sachusettg started .singing in a
Spanish style when ... she was
youngster. She was so scared she
shook and everybody figured ehe
was doing a iaun numDer..u
Wast that's her story.
-"Then I went, to California,"
she saysi' and got -lots of parts
in movies "because I could look
like a native girl or a French girl
or Italian or Spanish: And I could
also speak good English, which
was rare In that type. There's such
good money in pictures I did
a quickie .and j&ey, kept shooting
even though a tractor-was going
so loud it drowned out. the sound.
So we had to go back to dub in
the words and it took 10 minutes
and I got 32501 J ; t.
What with Billy's music and
Charlita's movies, the Regis fam family
ily family has "a house in Burbank with
a swimming pool and the whole bit
and it's almost paid for.. ; i
'All's well with them except:
they do wish people would real-,
ke Billy isn't a ccpyct when he
starts glissing. '. ; j
Today, Tuesday, July. 3
4:00 Feature Review
' ; jl
' Jv2JSs .s.;:,s.',i..,..i
f X V 1 I
... 1776 1956
We congratulate the American People
for the constancy in trhich they hare
guiirdei their ideal.
, 0BT KMINU LiUba EVER T WHFRF 5al mVI
"Rhino, a new type amphibious vehicle, surmounts an obstacle
equal to a four-foot barrier as it undergoes tests at Indianapolis,
Ind. Its hemispherical aluminum wheels, set at an angle to the
body, operate as separate units on port and starboard sides.
, Army is said to be interested in the craft as an all-terrain
vehicle and 4U designers foresee uses for it in- agriculture,
mining and exploration. Cable-controlled-model ia patterned
for test purposes after a five-ton prototype. Development is in
hands of Marmon-Herrington Co., Inc., Indianapolis, ind.
Hank Svlvrn. bcV-at ithe :oU
TV stand as musical director for
ithb' revived "This Is Show Busi Business,"
ness," Business," is turning to a sew outlet
for his almost limitless musical
4:30-What's Your-Favorite (r- D",T,M: !.?""
5 x r quests taken by phone Jb.om ABC-Paramount, one
" v Sii. .nn,- which should be a far cry from
.., J. 1 hT rn elfcume. t some some-l&SSn
l&SSn some-l&SSn You F v o r i t . J
(cont'd) v ; ,'
6:00 TO be announced' I F Sammy' Kayo says the funniest
0:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS incident he ever witnessed on ;a
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Broadway In Review Review-6
6 Review-6 :45 Cooperative Hour
7:00 interlude For Music v
7:15-HOW CHRISTIAN SCI SCIENCE
ENCE SCIENCE HEALS
7:30-VOA Report From U.S. :
8:00 World Of Jazs 4
8 :30 Lif e With The Lyons
When interviewing Jerry Lewis
beside swimming pool, that is.
I tossed questions at Jerry for a
. film din en Art Lbiklotter's CBS
House Party show at the-Circle
J. Rancn neeoown before ino
' Kress nreview of "Pardneri.
My exit, in western- clothes,, is
the year's biggest splash on TV.
. Jerry tossed me into the pool!
Real friendly like, though, because
' he a only mad at Dean Martin.
'. Youll be seeing it on House Par-
' ty in late July. That's about when
my clothes will be dried out, too.
THE SUCCESS STORY of Lu Lucille
cille Lucille Ball and Desl Arnaz was told
. In big business terms the other
day. Their 1 telefilm and movie
eompany bought 4,000,000 feet of
film last yeac, Gross profits for
the company $12,000,000, Total
. payroll fot S'09 workers: $5,000,-
1 000. -
But the release forgot te men-
lion that if a all based on a $12
500 investment by Lucille and
Dasi the cost of a $25,000 "I
Love Lucy" pilot reel, made In
1951, with CBS-TV putting up the
I ether half of the money.
i PAT MORRISION'S dram at
le- telefilm emoting these days
turned but to be a Mustier for
young TV director impressed with
her ability. "Gosh," he said, VI
d'dn't know you were such a good
actress. I thought you were just
A few years back it was the oth
er way around, even riouywooa
' ites hare almost forgotten that
Prt played in 27 movies without
chirping a single note before her
' four years of stage stardom, first
In Kiss Me, &ate," and men in
' Her nen-singing career tn films
"was my fault really," she con confesses.
fesses. confesses. "I. complained,, about
from time to time, but I didn't- do!
anything about hV I' was rather
Urv. I auess."
-. Pat isn't bitter about losing
The King and I" movie version
to Deborah Kerf, a non-signer
"She couldn't be moro perfect
r but she believes Kathryn Gray-
ton was miscast In the celluloid
"Kiss Me. Kate." She says: "She
lacked Kate's rip and fire."
There's now talk of Pat star
ring on Broadway again in a mu musical
sical musical version of the old Ingrid
Bergman film, "Saratoga Trunk".
She'll be guest soloist in Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood Bowl July
NOT ON THE TELEPROMPT1
Fft:. Mort Abrahams of TV's Pro-:
: :rr -. "i.": British Ambassador Sir
DM ."V """Hayter and other diniomats.
uses mai term as an excuse iot, Tho fi:. i..j 5. "J"!.! :n qnr(.o!orf- A.
poor shows should not be part nairn tnc n h. ,if. ..j hi nnr'nr,arf ttt,. tu. c,r.
bandstand was once when he was
playing a date in Iowa. The piano
player Dad caught his coat on
something and his ; sleeve was
ripped. A lady dancing by said tu
him, "Do you know your sleeve
"No,", said the -pianist, "but if
y.vi. iuv J""" ..... u 1.... t--- nil i
:00-You Asked For It lte-i".". f, ".
ouesta taken by phone," ""
tin T-am i
10:30 Music From Hotel El Pah-
10:45-rTemple of Dreams
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
Tomorrow, Wednesday, July 4
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
J v Club (reque'sts taken, by
-" phone till .7:00) ;
,7:30 Mornlns' Salon Concert
8:15-Church In The WUdwood
9:00 News -
10:00 Newt "f r
10:15 Spins and Needles (re
quests taken by phone
11:05 Splns and
(cont'd) - f.
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 News .
' PL! '4 f .... .,JT
12:30 Sweet. And Hot
.l:15-Musk of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45 French In The Air
2:00--Tex Beneke Show
2:15 'Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Music For You
3:00 Hank Snow And His
Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
30-Mnsle For Wednesday '
4:00 Feature Review s
4:30 What's Your '." Favorite I
. (requests taken by
phone till 3:00) ;
5:35-What's Your Favorite,
6 : 00 VFW independencf Day
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer) 1
6:30 Your Dancing Party
6:45 MELA C H R I N O MUSI-!
CALE (Nescafe) I
7:00 Halls Of Ivy 1
7:30 VOAJteport From UA, I
8:00 Music By Roth . j
:30-Musical Theater IV '
9:00 You Asked For it (re-;
; quests taken tjy phone,
. .SENSATIONAL WEEKEND RELEASE!
, SATURDAY, SUNDAY & MONDAY!
m- e ':,: .!..:
'i r ....
It Hits Like A
The Famed Stage Hit Greater Than Ever in CINEMASCOPE ind C0LCR1
6:15 & 7:55
f& ECU SMLaT
TOMORROW (Wednesday) & THURSDAY!
6:15 & 7:50
Robert Cuminings'& karie Wilson
""MARRY ME AGAIN" e
CAkARCiA Robert Tav lor & Kav Kendall
"THE ADVENTURES OF QLENTIN
7:00 p.m. DURWARD" v
' Wednesday "AIN'T MISBEHAyiN' j
GATUN Judy Holliday & William Holden I
7:00 "BORN YESTERDAY"
Wednesday "TROUBLE IN THE GLEN" ;
MARGARITA 1 Dana Andrew & Marta Toren .-'
.6:15 & 1:05 'SWORD IN THE DESERT"
We,d. b Thdrs. "The Private .War of -Major Benson"
CRISTOBAL William Holden & June Allvson Allvson-6:158:15
6:158:15 Allvson-6:158:15 "EXECUTIVE SUITE"
PARAISO ('The Browning Version" ft "Pool of Lonc'.in''
.SAXXA rRT'ZTiinv furl Is Piiir I unrUu,,.. 11; i,k''
CAMP BIERD Fred Astaire in "DADDY LONG LEGS"
INDEPENDENCE DAY OF
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
DICK'S PICKS: A song from
"High -Society"-., called "You're
senational'! : gets good recordings
from-Frank Sinatra (Capitol) and
me nooie (Mercury), utners:
"Impossible'' (Teddi King, RCA);
ine uve 01 benevieve (Nelson
Riddle, Caoitol): ''Stranded In
the Jungle" (Th Gidebouts, Mer Mercury);
cury); Mercury); "Haunted .Guitar" (The
inre Suns, RCA); "Melodia
Loca" (Les Baxter. .Canitoli:
'.'Marimba Charleston" (David
Carroll, (Mercury); "Rebel5 In
Town" (Diahann Carrell. RCA).
Pleasnt. soft-listening for f)i
hot summer evenings Percy
Faith olava the lovelv mVinrii
from "My Fair Lady" (Columbia):
the Ceroerv-Pre'aer Orchestra
plays "Night Moods" (MGM): t
boodv Dukeff lends his deliehtful
NMrilii'Wt1! to "5ax In Satin" (RCA);
vennm tivsiiero ngnuy claims
ine Masters Touch (Deeca);
David Whitehall and the Symphony
Orchestra of Rom play Domeni-
co isavinos Interesting "Protraits
of Italy" (Camden).
0.60 TODAY 0.40
'Great Fortune Nighr' ",
$159 M IN CASH
B one of the Lncky Winners
.' of these Casts Prises!
1st Prize S1C0.C3
On ihe Screen:
Great Double Feature!
Glenn Ford, -Barbara
'THE VIOLENT ME"
In TECHNICOLOR l
;j Joan pawf ord, In
'THE QUEEN BEE"'
v--' compasia:?panamena de
, FUERZA Y LIZ CONGRATULATES
THE;. PEOPLE OF THE UNITED
..STATES OF AMERICA AND THOSE
RESIDING IN THE REPUBUCA DE
. PANAMA ON THF, 180th ANNI ANNI-.
. ANNI-. YERSARY OF THEIR INDEPEND INDEPENDENCE,
ENCE, INDEPENDENCE, "
Cia.: Pammeiia deftietza y uz
of ibe medium."
prosperity of Canada.
t7 w e,UB W w V"Wkt !f ,asj WWCf Of
TEE PANAMA AMERICAN AX 1 IXDEFEXDrXT BAIXT TTSTSTATra
' trt:rAT, jit. f, i. j
ITT- T ft
We join our Good Neighbors
.1776 V- 1956
General Paint Corporation
(PINTURAS GENERAL, S. A.)
Corner of 17th West A "H" Streets
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THE FIRST NATIONAL
OF NEW YORK
Kefauver Joins Outcry
Against GOP Document
WASHINGTON, July 2 (UpT-rtake "disciplinary actioB t
Sen. Estes Kefauver suggested to-gainst its authors. Soma Republi-
day that President Eisenhower im-i
mediately repudiate a Republican
i campaign Qucuineui claiming
Comsttniists want a Democratic
Presidential victory this year.
The Tennessee Democrat, seek
jing his party's Presidential nomi-J
nation, said that "it Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower wants to disavhw inch des
picable and dirty politics, now is
the time for him to do it
not six months from now after! "campaign ammunition. Ha ask-!
the campaigns are all over.
Kefauver, in a statement, added
' his comment to a round of Demo
cratic attacks made on the cam
Ipaign document on the Senate
The Democrats demanded that
"responsible" Senate Republicans
disown the document or dead
guilty to "disgraceful" campaign
- the controversial document
was a : memorandum' prepared
by the staff of the Senate Re
publican policy committee as
campaign ammunition against
It was circulated last week with
note that neither GOP senators
nor the committee was responsi responsible
ble responsible for its statements.
The document said the "official
Communist line" is to seek the
lection of a Democratic Presi
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey CD CD-Minn.)
Minn.) CD-Minn.) denounced the paper as
"sheer, unadulterated nonsense"
dredged up from the "sub base basement
ment basement of the political sewage de
He challenged GOP senators
either to "endorse" the document
cans promptly disclaimed any con
nection with it. v
Sen Richard t, Neuberger (D
Ore.) said the publication, of
charges which had been "repudi
ated by the President, and .other
Republican leaders" confronted
the Senate with "a truly incred incredible
ible incredible situation." '
Sen. John-J; Sparkman. (D-Ala.)
described the document as GOP
ed whether a "single Republican
senator had. denounced, disowned
or 1n any way criticized, this des-j
pica ble amearsneet," i ,.-
' Senate Republieai Leader Wil William
liam William F. ; Knowland (Calif.) a a-rose.
rose. a-rose. to say that he considered
Democratic senators "at patrio patriotic
tic patriotic and devoted to their country
as anyone o this (th GOP)
side of the aisle. ;
"There is only ona party of
treason; in our icountry tha Com
munist nartv." Knowland said.
Knowland and three other GOP
senators came into the chamber
in resnonse to a quorum call de
manded bv Snarkman. No Repub
lican was present when trie dem democrats
ocrats democrats began their attack on the
Sen. H. Alexander smitn (K-jn.
J. h said the document was
"shameful" and promised to bring
up the matter at the next GOP
Policy Committee m a e t i n f He
told the Senate that "this kind of
thing" must stop
Sparkman demanded an Investi Investigation
gation Investigation on ground the committe's
staff ii naid out of Senate funds
and uses the Senate Office Build
- m t I
'Juari Smith R.. son of CdL Ru
ben Smith' of' tje Guardia Na Na-cional
cional Na-cional and- Mrs. Smith left -on
Friday, June 24th last via Pana Pana-gta'a
gta'a Pana-gta'a ri:i Pacifico-. for perma
nent residence in the U A, and
to continue his education. He
will visit his sister Olivia, a sen
ior tt- Indiana university. Juan
wiu reside with- ms -cousins. Mr.
and Mrs. John Reld and uncle
Lloya Reio; of'Jlew York.-
Buddy Baer Jnces
harqes In Calif.
VAN NUYS. Calif..-July J fUP)
Former heavyweight boxer Bud-
ay aer 'today faced charges of!
molesting three girls ; aged 10 -to
The' citr sttorney yesterday- Is
sued a warrant for the arrest of
Baer after three girls identified
the iighter4urned-actor from pho
tographs, police said Baer imper impersonated
sonated impersonated a police officer and asked
the girls to get into his car.
City Attorney Dan Whiteside
said Baer also was charged in a
misdemeanor complaint with be
ing i "lewd and dissolute person."
Seven Killed TX :;
As Tree Falls" r.'
In Thiindersrorrn ;
KESWICK, Ont July 3 (UP) (UP)-Seven
Seven (UP)-Seven .persons including a family
of four were killed Sunday night
when a lightning-shattered elm
tree feu and flattened their car
durini a violent thunderstorm.
The dead, were Ainsley Joseph
Ghnier, 29, of East York, bis wife
Alice, 2sV and their two children,
Allan, 4, and Donald; IS months
Mrs.' Gloiier't parents, Mr. and
Mrs., Frederick Jones of Toronto,
and their 10-year old son Roy.
They were on their way to Toron Toronto
to Toronto from Lake Siracoe, ..'
VFW Officials Schedule
Two ; July4r Broadcasts
Independence Day will be the'
subject of speeches to be deliver delivered
ed delivered tomorrow over HOG and CFN
by officers of the Veterans of For Foreign
eign Foreign Wars. ; t,..'
Col. J, Kaplan, who Is VFW Pa
triotic Officer will be heard to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at p.m. over HOG.
The VFW : Department C o m-
mander, Donald J. O'Neill will
give a talk over CFN tomorrow at
' Tn bis prepared speech,' entitled
"Let's Speak Up For Democracy,"
Kaplan poses the question of 80,-
000,000- people in countries which
would like to strike the slackles of
communist slavery from their an-i
kles, and. asks: Is it up to us to
help themor should we mind our
own. business? .;, x ,,,-;-;;.;.t
He sava that the sirainf f the
"Declaration of IndeiMndenc in
Philadelphia 180 years ago, on Ju-I
ly- 4. marked the birth of a
nation a nation determined not to
tolerate tyranny any longer.
, Kaplan claims those signers
were not supermen. He explains
that ther wer lust, "ordinary"
men from all walks of colonial
life, and then breaks them down
according to their occupations: 24
were lawyers, 17 were farmers,
U were merchants, four were doc
tors, and others were .ministers,
soldier, printers and brewers.
At the July 4 signing, be-points
out, the congressmen joked about
what might happen to them. It
was grim humor, be adds, because
they anew they were in for trou troubleand
bleand troubleand they got it,
Kaplan emphasizes that the key
words in. our Declaration of Inde Independence
pendence Independence are: Human rights, jus justice,
tice, justice, liberty and the pursuit -of
happiness. They are the ideals of
ail free peoples. They are the
hopes of the 800 million enslaved
persons who have no independ independence,
ence, independence, rights,: justice, liberty 1
He concludes bis speech by stat
ing that .the whole world looks t
us lor a lot answers, ana we
should b giving those answers
clearly. ,:- j
- We must show, evidence of a
fierce, positive faith in our i own
way of life, be contends. We must
d that without reservations, ac according
cording according te Kaplan.
In summing vp, Kaplan says
that the more than -one million,
members of the VFW of the Unit United
ed United States offer this suggestion
our. freedoms are no more secure
than those of our neighbors. --v
If we are to secure our inde independence
pendence independence rights we must first
strengthen our own faith in them
and then help ether men gait,
theirs, be adds.- .- ;
Ike Signs Public Works Bill :
Bui Raps Addition of Extras
GETTYSBURG", ?a.t July' S; -i
t;ur rresiaen rasenuowr uga-
m.A am eQfi 4HT Ann nnhliA 1sVAisrat
cu u fow,Mi vwv j. nw""
bill yesterday but warned C o n-
gress that it naa aoutea souna
government financing by tacking
en a extra projects lor me Army
In reluctantly accepting tbe
measure. Mr. Eisenhower said the
additions, which will involve about
IV, billion dollars to future feder
al spending, will have a "serious
effect" on the government's fu
tura financial commitments. ""
Mr. Eisenhower also said that
the- bill jeopardizes" the balance
which he has tried to maintain
between water resource develop
ment and other important federal.
I. L MADUnO, Jr.
to all our many U. S. friends
PANAMA .'''! COLON
i : N6.7-182 Via Espai, 4JJ
Best wishes to all
United States citizens
in the Republic
' of Panama
We salute the United States
rf of America on her 180th
s Anniversary Day.
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programs, notably esslntiat de defense
fense defense projects. ,,. v
The bill carried' funds for Ml
flood control, navigation, public
power and reclamation projects.
It included the full 15,7,000 re requested
quested requested by Mr. Elsenhower for
the Tennessee Valley Authority
during the next 12 months, .This
sum was never in dispute.
The overall total was 38 million
dollars more than Mr. Eisenhower-
had sought, including the 52
projects for ( Which, be budgeted
nothing during the fiscal ..year.
These projects would have a far
bigger impact on future budgets
when work is in full swing.
The bill carried $455,100,000 for
flood control and navigation proj projects
ects projects by the Army Engineers Copri.
It included $131,200,000 for con construction,
struction, construction, end : rehabilitation ef
western reclamation projects and
$62,700,000 for flood control work
on- the Mississippi Eiver ani tri tributaries.
butaries. tributaries. The measure a'so piovitltJ i;. i;.-37S,O0O
37S,O0O i;.-37S,O0O for the Southeastern Fow.
er Administration; $1,030,000 for
Southwestern Power Administra Administration;
tion; Administration; and $26,100,000 for the Bon Bonneville
neville Bonneville Power Administration, all
as recommended by Mr,- Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, ,
The President, -who signed the
bill while convalescing at his Get Gettysburg
tysburg Gettysburg farm, said be firmly be believes
lieves believes that the federal government,
in cooperation with the states and
local interests, "must proceed
with needed water resources proj projects."
ects." projects." 1 ; "' ."
But he added that "we '"must
proceed in an orderly fashion with
due regard for other essential
services and for our national de defense."
fense." defense." 1
' The President said that In driw.
ing up his budget he tried to give
"some system of priorities" be between
tween between public works projects and
other, federal programs. --'.
' iWE SALUTE THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
ON THE 6LORIOUS FOURTH
MUEBLERIA "EL, DIABLO"
CASA SPORT, S. A
LA! INDUSTRIAL MADERERA, S. A.
i 776 ConatulqtionsiiqiM citizens 1956
- lt Studehaker and Packard Singer
By CLYDE H. FARNSWORTH
NEW YORK (UP) Now
when baby tries to put cereal all
over Daddy, he'll find he cant
even budge the dish. Latest in
baby care is "a Kakelite plastic
hot-plate that attaches securely to
toe high chair by means of suction
caps. Baby can try all he wants.
out ne won t move toe aisn, as
sures the maker.
What happens if baby, undaunt
ed, decides to catapault the cereal
with his spoon? The manufacturer
.hasn't come up with that answer
yet; (carmel Froductv tannei,
Worried about leaving the house
vacant this summer? An auto automatic
matic automatic timer mill help keep prowl prowlers
ers prowlers away by turning bouse lights
on and oft for any selected dura duration.
tion. duration. The small portable timer
repeats its automatic cycle for as
raapy evenings as me lainujr win
be away. (International Register
Co., Chicago 6, 111.)
Battery-operated bellows take
the effort out of fanning backyard
barbecue coals. The chrome bel
lows, size of an ordinary flash flashlight,
light, flashlight, contain a tiny electric motor
powered by two regular flashlight
batteries.- The motor delivers
a steady stream of air, fanning up
the coals in seconds. (ABUI in
dustries, Baltimore, Md.)
A new plant elixir in powder
form can be spread over gardens!
and lawns with spectacular re-:
ults, according to the' maker. ;
For example, the pale green
odorless powder is claimed to j
have turned a lawn of brown
grass green in some cases as fast
as 60 minutes. In additionn says
the maker, the 'so-called "FAS-T"
-powder has doubled yields of cot
ton, produced larger, more flavorful-tomatoes
and revived peach
trees dying of leaf curl.
Key Is the powders mineral
composition. It contains 11 com-1
pletely. soluble trace mineral ele-i
ifcnts in addition to 7.5 per cent
nitrogen and 12 per cent iron
rsn' en U, (Vital Earth Corp., New
NEW YORK (UP) New
York V City's Stadium Concerts!
scored In the constant search of
summer musical festivals for bet better
ter better and better novelties. They
gave a- concert featuring organ
music ."under the stars."
The first idea was to Install a
pipe organ- in' the Lewisohn SU SU-;
; SU-; dium of City College where the
concerts were' held. But since pipe
organs are massive and expensive
to set up, an electronic organ with;
two manuals and its own ampufr-
jcaumsvstem. was jised
' GVt Ol STONE, American Legion national vice-commander, recently paid a courtesy call on
Gov. W. E.' Potter. Left to right: Department vice-commander, A. J. Oauvin; IartmeiK
Commander. John W. O'Connell; Potter; National Executive committeeman, C. E. Campoeu,
" alternate national executive committeeman, Q. A. Black, Jr. and Stone.
In ttie audience we're' 3.000 or-1
Mm ... 1 1 1 .1 . L-
janibis iium an over uie country
who were here for the national
convention of the American Guild,;
of- Organists. The players were
George Thalben-Ball of London's!
Temple Church and Claire Coci,
organist of the New York Pnilhar.
-The second annual Empire State
JIusic Festival in the Catskills
country at Ellenville got off to a
fine' start with the Symphony of
the Air as the core of its season.
Tibor Kozma, of the Metropolitan
Opera Thor Johnson, music direc director
tor director of the Cincinnati Symphony,
and Lukas Foss have been added
to the conductroial staff which al already
ready already included Leopold Stokowski,
Igor Markevitch and Heitor Villa-
XOOOS. ; 7, --
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Isaac Stern, .violinist, upon his
return from a concert tour of Rus Russia,,
sia,, Russia,, had only one week with bis
four-week-old daughter, before tak taking
ing taking off on a seven-week concert
tour of South America. He'll be
back in New York in August but
then will have only 48 hours in
town before he departs on his an annual
nual annual tour of Europe. But he'll see
his daughter in France. She and
k-er mother are going there to
Dmitri Mitropoulos.. musical di
rector of the New York Philharmonic-Symphony,
closing orchestral concerts of the
sqason of La Scala, Milan, on
June 30 and July 1.
He went from there to Salzburg
where he will conduct five per.
formances of "Don Giovanni'' in
July and August for the annual
i summer festival there. He also
will conduct in Vienna and Venice
before returning to this country
in the falL .,
Cut In Food
, Lengthen Lives
WESCOSVILLE. Pa., July S
fTJP) The average American
would increase his life pan from
five to 10 years by cutting his
food consumption in half, a physi physician
cian physician said yesterday.
Dr. Wayne McFarland of the
' Cillene of Medical Evanireli&ts.
Los Angeles, told the annual con-
icrence ot Eastern Seventh Day
Adventists here that modern
medical science has made enough
discoveries to increase the life
span by .that amount but improper
diet bar the added years.
"If the average American
would cut his consumption of food
By one 1 (Of. add liberal amounts
tf high vitamin and mineral foods
Inch as fresh-fruits and vegefa vegefa-.
. vegefa-. ties and discontinue the gross in intake
take intake of devitalized food such as
kbits sugar and pastries, he would j
find himself in a new vista of liv-1
tig and with vigor and vitality ;
tuch as he bad never known," he
id. .' .'. :
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' ' JCibertij. oCet's stand
:7In heel for Sfreedom
CH AS H M AM H AT t AM BANK
BALBOA t CRISTOBAL PANAMA COLON e. DAVID
Inn -'''rS ;
"ifo, Xibstfty and
With ; these .words, the American
- Forefathers : set the balls ot
: freedom ringing on
JULY 4th 1776
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TKZ PA3AMA AMERICAS AN IXDtTOTEXT DAILY KIWSPAPnt
Vaff7ir V?lr tea.
I Y,. s, Hyacinth Miller, iwretiry
of tne-Panami branch of Umver
i sal International filma left Sunday
for a 2 month vacation 4n Europe,
i Mrs. Miller will visit France. Ita-
; ly, Switzerland, England and
-Mivf Relief Society Amwwices
Prix Winner At Dance
--'e Navy Relief Society "would
up their annual call for unds with
. an open "shirt ileeve" dance Sat-
. tinis enug at the U.S. Naval
, Station. Rodman The climax of
the evening was the drawing for
the prizes offered. r
' The first of a new 1958 Belair-
Chevrolet Sedan went to Dick
' Stoudnor, Balboa with ticket num
., ber. 14062. Second and third priz
es,(GJS Television sets) went to
E. Baston, Brattaa, ticket number
GOP Beafen; Buf
Jure On Ike
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., July 3
(VPh New York Gov. Averell
Harriman lashed out at President
Eisenhower and his policies last
nyht as the presidential aspirant
ended a quick three-state hunt for
. ''Ill" TCispnhnwr h "vrv itillhil
at the Army game the art of get get-f'ng.
f'ng. get-f'ng. credit when things go right
, wd; shifting, the blame when they
'.: go Wrong," Harriman said.
, .The Governor spoke to Minne.
sola's Democratic National Con Con-'venUon.
'venUon. Con-'venUon. delegation, which has 26
voteV' pledged to Sen. Estes Ke Ke-1
1 Ke-1 fauwar and four to Adlai E. Steven
soi. . ..,
Jfe. hosted Kefauver delegates at
"tieakfast this morning before
taking off for New York. He was
' scheduled to leave here at 1:45 p.m.
Harriman told the entire dele-
' gatiot last night, '.'I'm satisfied
we have the Republican Party bea beaten,
ten, beaten, but I'm not convinced we have
. President Eisenhower beaten yet."
Then he blistered the Republican
administration on foreign and do domestic
mestic domestic policies.
: He isaid the administration was
j"p'uwed under 60Q.O0O farm fami fami--
- fami-- ,lits The President has broken
premises to labor and his reelec
i t'6n;Hrould mean "the continuation
of union busung laws," Ham
0142 and W. L. Colish, V. S. Na.
val Station Coco Solo, iicket num number
ber number 2965.
H. D. King of Coco Solo took
fourth prize with number 2731.
Fifth prize, Dan Rambo, number
10046, sixth Mrs. Rose Failla, Cu Cu-rundu,
rundu, Cu-rundu, number 8667; seventh prize
Mr. L. Carmichael, Coco Solo
number 2996, eighth prize C. G.
Tjllon Coco Solo number 2602,
ninth prize Sgt DeYault, Rodman,
number 4376 and. tenth prise
Kleinschmidt, Summit Radio with
number 0754. Number 129V was
lucky for T. M. Dunn, Cocoli, and
Mrs. Elaihe Moore of Coco Solo
took 12th prize with number 4090.
Thirteenth prize was to Mrs. Ro Rosy
sy Rosy Corondo, Gamboa, number 6170
and 14th prize R. S. Moore, Rod Rodman,
man, Rodman, number 1025. -..
Rear Admiral C. L.' C. Atkeson,
Commandant, 15th Naval District
was winner of the 15th prize with
number 13998, and Makilm L. Gor Gordon
don Gordon of Ancon, took 16th with num number
ber number 7456. Seventeenth prize was to
Packie Mantoonan, Ancon, num number
ber number 7416, and 18th prize to "Chi "Chichi,
chi, "Chichi, Number 12678.
CZ Girl Leave
For All-State Encampment
Miss Carolyn Corn of Diablo left
Tocumen airport Sunday on the
first let of her trip to attend the
National Girl Scout all.states En
campment at Cody, Wyoming.
Carolyn, a member of Senior Girl
Scout Troop No. 80, was selected
as the Cnal Zone representative
and wil meet and camp with other
senior Girl Scouts from all states
in the U. S. Hawaii, Guam, Puerto
Rico, and Alaska.
The all-states Encampment. Aug 9
through 25,features a trip -through
Grand Teton and Yellowstone Na
tional Park and a four-day camp camping
ing camping trip. It stresses the history,
products, and natural features of
the surrounding territory, which is
rich in wildlife and, Indian lore.
There will also be many extended
hikes on the mountain trails a-
round the campsite.
Carolyn flewjo: Los Angeles to
visit her grandmother before join
ing the California All-State repre representatives.
sentatives. representatives. En route to the camp,
the Girl Scouts of Salt Lake City
will take the girls on a tour of that
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AT THE HARROLD RECEPTION Mrs. Thomas L. Harrold le arns about the Isthmus from some-of her hostesses at a re re-.
. re-. ceptloa given her and MaJ. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold by the U SARCARffl officers and their wives at the Fort Amador Of fl-'
cers' .Club, Friday afternoon. From" leit to right: Mrs. Clarence L. C. Atkeson, Mrs. Louis V. Hlghtower, Mrs. Harrold, Mrs.
William K. Harrison, Mrs. William E. Potter, and Mrs. Truman H. Landon. '" (U.S. Army Photo)
, Trips -For Winner
Of Mrs. U. S. Navy Contest
The Fleet Reserve Association i
announced through Lieutenant
Commander George W. Beck, USN.i
Navy Department Liaison Officer
for the "Mrs. U;S. Navy Contest,"
that information was received by
telephone from the office of the
Secretary of the Navy that h e
Honorable Charles S. Thomas, Sec
retary of -the Navy, will come to
Long Beach on the 14th and 15th
of September to deliver in person
the tUle of "Mrs,. U.S. Navy 1956"
to the lucky wife of some .enlisted
man of the Navy. .
Lons- Breach will be the scene
for a Heet Review, consisting of
a "Fly Over" by naval aircraft
aria a 'Pass In Review.",by ships
of the Pacific Fleet m Long
Beach Harbor. The finals of the
contest will be telecast nationally
from Long Beach by the Colom
bia Broadcasting System and im
metidately following the wmner
and her family will depart laden
with gifts for a tour of me united
Among the many prizes she will
receive will be a 1956 automo automobile.
bile. automobile. The contest. is a Navy wide
contest to select an outstanding
Navy wife, who had contributed to
her husband's naval career and Is
not a beauty contest. Deadline for
submission of applications is July
15. 1956. Applications are avails
ble from all ships and stations in
the Fifteenth Naval District.
8th Death In 1956
Due To A-Bomb
HIROSHIMA, Japan, July 5 -(UP)
Hiroshima yesterday re
ported its eighth fatality of this
year attributed to the atom bomb
blast of August 6, 1945.
Mrs. Rai Morihiro, 56, died las
night She lived about 4,500 feet
from the center of the explosion
and escaped with apparently mi
Mrs. Morihiro, however, became
came ill and entered a hospital
this April. She was suffering from
a blood stream ailment claimed
to be due to the effects of the A A-bomb
bomb A-bomb radiations.
I ServeChack-Yagca Fare
:! Fcr Fourth Of July Thrill
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anmll fry beth came frem aaan eeeaomy chock steak. s
By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor
For your Fourth of July cook-H4 cup wine vinegar or red wine,.
SIMPLE BLIMP JOB-What is believed to be the flrst aerial
christening of a skyscraper anywhere in the United States
takes place In Miami ueacn, na. from uwuy, w--tainer
of Florida (what else?) orange juice is dropped by cable
to christen the new Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan
building, 14 stone tall.
out, how does this sound to you?
. Chuck wagon ;
Get a 2-inch steak and have the
butcher cut out the fillet that sur surrounds
rounds surrounds 'the small bone. The re remainder
mainder remainder is properly ground for
chopped meat We put both steak
and namDureers on ine gnu i uie
same" time. Then the youngsters
who never seem to be able to
wait," get first serving while the
steak is still being cooked, A 6 6-pound
pound 6-pound chuck steak will give you
a 2Vi-pound fillet and about S
pounds of hamburger. This will
serve 6 aduns ana e cnuaren nice
ly even very nangry uues.
. IHiliit 11 arvinail
One quarter t'cup salad oil,
; Requiem Mass
A retiulem faigh mass will be
sung at the San Miguel Bo Bo-man
man Bo-man Catholic Church tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, for the repose of the soul
of the late Mrs. Maud Wilson
Thomas. : v"
The mass will begin at 7:39
V teaspoon oregano, V teaspoon
thyme, V teaspoon salt 1 medium
onion, slice o, l ciove game,
minced. Vh pounds chuck fillet.
2 inches thick, 2 teaspoons kitchen,
bouquet, 12 frankfurter rolls.
Combine all ingredients except
the kitchen bouquet and cover the
steak with the marinade. Allow to
stand overnight or at room tern
perature for several hours. Drain.
Brush on both sides with kitchen
bouquet. Broil over moderate heat
for 15 minutes on each side.. Re-
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move u piawer. ory ooara ana
slice diagonally into : thin slices,
abouf H-inch thick." Servt over
toasted frankfurter buns. i
(Makes U hamburgers)
Three pounds ground chuck, 1V4
teaspoons salt, V4 teaspoon pep pepper,
per, pepper, Vi teaspoon ; rosemary, 13
hamburger rolls. ;
Combine meat and seasonings
and form into patties. Broil ham hamburgers
burgers hamburgers over moderate heat for 8
minutes. Turn and broil for 8 min minutes
utes minutes longer. Servo on toasted
picnic buns. ,
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A SALUTE TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
ON THE 4th OF JULY!
Doctor Carlos L Mendoza
. v. MANAGER J
TOS?AT, JULY I, IKS
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OUT OF DOORS with
HOW DOES THIS DOS DO ITT
By JOl STETSON
t ,Dc Editor.
' HE'S either 'smart or he's got a
gimmick. The garage man's 'dog,
I mean. He's got me figured for
aoft touch and every time he sees
m? he raises the roof.
It all' started one day when I was
getting : the car greased in the
building the dog is supposed to
fuard. He has his corner in the
building with a chain, blanket and
THisdajr some" months' ag- J
happened to have a supply of dog
bi'cuits in the trunk. I opened up
a rex and fed turn some.
' "you'll regret it," the owner
F,iid. "He'll never let you u alone
after this-." IT jff
I paid little '--attention, ."io -the
Waniiag, figuring that the" dog
would never know when t was a
comes that guy with the food." he
says to himself, and opens up all
As I said. I can't figure this dog.
There are too many people and
too many cars coming and going
almost continuously. How can he
spot me? : - -I've
checked the wind and it's
usually unfavorable. Besides, the
odor of oil. aasoline and exhaust
fumes should make, it next to
impossible for a dog to discrim,
0K'$ llariinei Vj. ;
.The Panama Boxinir Commis
sion last-night approved ..the
scheduled ten-round bout be
tween Isthmian -. bantamweight
champion Melvin Bourne and
126-pound titleholder : 1 1 drc
Martinez July 22 at the Pan
a ma National gymnasium.
Martinez easily def e a t e d
Bourne in their previous meet
ne- and Is expected ; to reDeat
Vision? How It It possible fori"1" penormance again.
a eoior-tuind ammai to jaisunguisnf - v ;.
the figure of a particular, man or The semifinal will be a six
ear at more than a hundred feet?
Hearing? I've let the car coast
up to the station, but he'll spot me
every time. v :
I've -suspected the owner, too. too.-Suppose
Suppose too.-Suppose he gives the, dog a signal
a word or whistle that I can't
hear? There have; been times when
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The Old Syrian Kid Is
King Of Vildeaters
KNUCKLING DOWN Here's
Mickey Mantle in -a typical p re regime
gime regime pose making like a pitch
er with the knuckle ball he claims
to -have -down pat. But the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees prefer to see him with a bat
fl his powerful paws.
ruimd as the garage building Is -set the owner-has been pretty well oc.
apart from ?' the office and gas! cupiedxfinrfer a car, or with his
pumpu- .$!-, Iheadunder a hood -;."'-t?
, Little did :I figure on this par- No.This Is a smart dog or else
tlcnlar dne Nor eaa I fieure vethe'i usinn a method I can't fisure
how he does it. It was several days .out. Whatever.it is, it pays off for ed by the Tqrreg brother.
before I stopped at the garage a- him.
gain, but this fellow knew the in-
atsnt the ear rolled' up. "Here (Distributed by NEA Service)
rounder between up-and-coming
Tito Marshall and the veteran
Black Bill at a weight limit of
123 pounds.. ; .s
Two four-round 126. pound
preliminaries ; round i out the
card. Juan Lezama battles San
Bias Indian Arias Mendez in the
program opener while Ernestc
Taylor takes on Gregorlo Mar Martinez
tinez Martinez in the other prelim.
me program is being promot-
Coco Solo, Guaracheros 5s
I Benefit Cage Game Tonight
1 By HERBERT MOISE
' Coco Solo's highly-touted "com "composite
posite "composite basketball team will trav travel
el travel to Colon where they will en en-gape
gape en-gape the star-studded Los Gua Guaracheros
racheros Guaracheros quintet tonight In a
benefit contest sponsored by Lar
Amlgas de Carldad. This game
will b played in Abel Brave's
Claudia Lowe gymnasium at f
p.m. ; -''
Las Amlgas de carldad is Co Colon's
lon's Colon's most active charity organ organization.
ization. organization. They have always en endeavored
deavored endeavored to srJonsor Mime fund-
raising activity to no!p Colon's
poor. Tnis game, accorainp; w.
ame committee nreidentv Dork
Rowe, is an all-out effort of the
increase membership or tne a a-mlgas.
mlgas. a-mlgas. Miss Rowe told us .that
no stone has been left unturned
to make this Coco Solo-Guara-cherog
match a memorable one
The Amlgas solicited and got
two beautiful trophies which
will be awarded, one to the win winning
ning winning team and the other to the
losers as consolation. The win winning
ning winning trophy was donated by Co-
, i . 1
lull i uuv. Juac Mttfiu juutic
and the consolation trophy was
donated by Joseph Harrington
general manager of the Pfizer
Corp. in Colon. Mrs. Jose Maria
uonzaiez, wiie 01 uie uovernur
(will throw out the first ball at
exactly 8 p.m. to start this good
neighbor basketball game. Hieb
ranking officials from the mlli mlli-"tary,
"tary, mlli-"tary, Canal Zone and pannma
will be on hand for the contest
Interest for this came has in-
, creased ever ;ince the Arnicas
made the first announcement of of both teams:
the matching of these two teams
ior tne benenc anair. A&iot
from the charitable aspect, the
game also has its own drawing
power. This will be the only top top-notch
notch top-notch game scheduled this sea season
son season on the Atlantic side as al)
Class A and Senior league games
are being played in Panama Ci City.
ty. City. Los Guaracheros' roster
sports several "big names" of
Panamanian basketball George
Eeweil,' Michael March, Carlcw
Pomares, Ernesto Taylor, Carlos
Hyacintn ana Roberto snrnn
This aggregation won the an
nual Presidential -has ketball
classic earlier this year to add
another diadem to a long string
oi important series victories.
Coco Solo on the other hand
has Just concluded an extremely
successful season m tne Cristo
bal Armed Services YMCA-USC
Warm-up League. They literally
oreezed tnrough the loop wind winding
ing winding un with an Impressive 8-
and-1 record. Their closest ri
vals finished one game behind.
The servicemen are a conioos-
ite aggregation of sailors, ma
rines and Naval Atr Operation
personnel. Coach ,F..T. Connert
will bank heavily on his sham
shooting forward Doran to win
tonignt. conners is optimistic
but is making no predictions at
to the outcome of the game, ?
After a brief pre-game cere cere-mony
mony cere-mony highlighted by Mrs. Gon Gonzalez
zalez Gonzalez throw of the f irst ball, the
two Titans of the Atlantic basr
Ktoan wUi sanare off to whst
is expected to be a thriller. The
following is the complete roster
, 4 Carter, W.
K Adams, C.
jr Hayes, J.
12 Johnson,' P..
13 Cofer, R.
1 Boll, W.
15 "alster, p.
1 .7ock. M.
18 Tsmmond, A.
20 Armstrong, J.
21 Holloway, R.
22 Doran, F.
. Naval StaUon
, Naval Statrjn ;
A complete report on the
fourth annual International
Marlin and Sailfish tourna tournament
ment tournament could not be made today
because of failure to make
contact with several of the
boats competing. ..
The 127-pound sailfish canght
n thread by Pfe. Robert
Martin continues to be the
largest catch thus far.
' The Serf and Soltura were'
n Piiias Bay yesterday but
contact eoutd not be made
with them by radio.
Six Air Force men will leave
on a three-dar fishing trip a a-board
board a-board the P-6885 tomorrow
!,.: Ken Boyer 'v-. if-
M. March, E. Taylor H. Holt
C. Hyacinth, c Pomares, PoU.
Smith, C. Williams, (coach i. y
; Alberto Jraenez, P. Harrison
WHAT IVSXt A second year,
man is supposed to stumble, but
Ken Boyer is playing a magni magnificent
ficent magnificent third base for the St.
Louis Cardinal and leading the
E. Dave v. H. Amadee. G. Sewel)
R. Smith, a McPherson, A. Fa- National League in home runs
reaux. (masseur). - and runs-baUed-in while bitting
Leffy Joe Hallen
Still Has Good
Gales Lett In Arm
NEW YORK, July S (UP)
"Broadway" Joe Hatten, who us used
ed used to. "fire 'em'?, for the Brooklyn
Dodgers and the Chicago cubs in
the National League a few years
ago,, can still come up with a pret pretty
ty pretty good performance now and then
in the International League,
i The 37-year-eld left-hander from
Bancroft, Iowa, notched his second
victory or tne season ior tne Ha Havana
vana Havana Suear Kings Monday, a six-
hit shutout over the league-leading
Montreal Royals1.' Ratten battled
with Leo Cnstante for eight innings
in a scoreless duel. before h e
Sugar Kings shoved over the on
ly run oi tne game in tne top oi
the ninth inning.
The Royals, however, Jumped on
a trio of Havana hurlers for an ea easy
sy easy 7-1 victory in the opener of an
afternoon double header in the Ca Canadian
nadian Canadian ciy to wind up. in an even
break for the day. Oscar Sardinas
and John Roseboro hit homers to
naca the Rovals' attack.
In the onlv other action, the To
ronto Maple Leafs downed the Mia
mi Marlins, 18-4, and z-i. 5am Jem
roe and Ed Steven hit homers in
the first game, Stevens poking two
out of the nlayini field in a nomp
against Gene Snyder, Tom Qual-
ters ana mormon tapper, ujnu
Lovenguth picked up the victory,
his 12th win of the year against
; In the nightcap, Johnny hki
'permitted Miami's only run to
cross over in me. nrsi iduiub u
I then pitched shutout ball to notch
his fourth, victory agains mree los losses.
ses. losses. Seth Morehead, who went all
the way for Miami, picked up his
seventh loss against oniy two wuis
v BASKETBALL '." "S
The Balboa Gvmnasltim is or
ganising th summer recreation
basketball program, ior uib a,
B c. D. and leagues. At pres
ent. the D and. E leagues have
many boys who have signed up
for the program; but the A, B
and C leagues have very few
In-order to have a sauaiaciu-
rv Hummer hasKetDau nroeram
we wish to encourage all of the
boys who have not yet graduated
from Men scnooi ana wno uve
in the Balboa; Quarry Heights
anJ Amador areas to come up
for the program. The Individuals
will be assigned to their respec respective
tive respective leagues, according to -their
age, height, and weight I
The carries will be i layed be
tween each, of the towns In the
Pacific Side, according to, The
schedules arranged by each
cymnasium. All of the gamer
will be played on Friday morn morn-ings,
ings, morn-ings, and upon completion of the
season, the team with the best
record In each league will be
designated s champions for the
New Team Rostert for Cu
- Yellow Jackets
F. Stewart, C. Moses, R. Bran Brandon,
don, Brandon, J. ward, R. Williams, D.
Zemer, W. Coy, J. Lubera.
Gators '! r, t -.
D. Bergire, L. Frencn. J. Row Row-an,
an, Row-an, M. Williams, D. Mallahan
G. Waple, G. FitzGerald, G.
Ridge Runners 1
C. Rowan, E. Fraunhlem. R
Zlrkman, G.'Camby, R. Bishop
F. Brown, M. Lebrun, P. Schoo Schoo-I
I Schoo-I maker.
I W. Brown, T. Hadley, L. Lom-
Ibana, C. Corrigan, J. Devore, G
Dolan, R. Lebrun. - c
" -'r v" Bears ... ..
F. Chase, W. Ashton, A. Wa Wa-.ner,
.ner, Wa-.ner, L. Corjlgan, W. Bleakley, M
iHollen, R. Wheeler.
" W. French, B. Demosey, B.
Mallory, T. Corrigan, R. Burge
ner, R. Selby, C. Monroe, K
All players who are not listed
and wish to play on a team
lease see Gerald Fox.. This If
i effect since yesterday, July 2
By HARRY GRAYSON n
TYLER.' Tez. fNEAV Current
movies would have you believe
that all old fighters wind ud beat-i
en up ana oroRe.
Uut a few didnt. Gene Tunney.
Jack Dempsey and Billy Petrolle,
the Winnipeg bank president, well
illustrate this more pleasant fact
And then there is the most fabu
lous of all the Syrian Kid.
tfeDDf Manuel. 1 1 n t or the
wUdcitters, sits at a desk in the
office he keeps in his ranch house,
outside of Tyler. There are stacks
of unopened letters on table. :.
"Why open them 7" he says.
"They're all propositions." ;
Manziel, one of the world's larg
est independent oil operators,
looks out the window to see his
herd of Santa Gertrudis cattle,
the nucleus of which was present
ed to him by the late Richard Kle Kleberg
berg Kleberg of King Ranch. From anoth another
er another window, be sees his own breed
of gamecocks Manuel G r ays
and Reds. 1,200 of them safely
penned up. He has quarter hors horses
es horses and Shetlands. -v
Manziel. a dark complexioned
little roan of 50. cant see any of
the 10 oil fields he discovered
from a window in his ranch house,
but he knows they are there-
five million dollars a year worth.
Yet with all this, he swings a-
round and points to a blown up
picture of an old-time fighter
which harss on the wall.
"There I am." he says, proudly
and with a wave of his triangle triangle-shaped
shaped triangle-shaped cigar, "Bobby Manziel
the Syrian Kid." t -,
Maaxiel can discuss high finance
and paleontology with the best,
but prefers to discuss the years
he spent with Dempsey. He was a
batam 8Darrui2 partner the hea
vyweight champion used for
speed. He barnstormed with the
Old Manassa Man Mauler, later
booked him and promoted fights
at El Dorado, Ark., and Monroe,
The Syrian Kid talks not of
greenbacks and geology, but of
the time a tough guy challenged
Dempsey at the top of a flight ef
"I got down behind him. Demp
sey hit Lim on the chin and you
should have seen him roll down
those stairs," he laughs.
DemDsey flew from Chicago to
Tyler to spend his (1st birthday
with his old soarring mate ana to
further Inspect a new three mil
lion dollar coliseum Manziel is
building on the outskirts of the ci
ty where he hit it ncn.
i1' -& :
The Bobby Manziel Coliseum is
a memorial to the bynan Mas
father, Joseph, who brought him
to fort smitn, ahc., irom Leoan Leoan-non
non Leoan-non whei he was nine months old,
The Syrian Kid intends to make
it the oil, capital of East Texas.
When it is suggested to Manziel
that a coliseum seating upward of
IS 000 is a fairlv laree assignment
for a city of 70,000 the Syrian Kid 'his six children
expresses no concern.
NEXT-flavimi drilled aunt aunt-kcr
kcr aunt-kcr low at Vlckl Lynn Field in
Marion County, Tex., Bobby
Maaxiel shows Jack Dempsey
when crew gees to work next
dnuh. is the hub of East Texas,
There are 2vt million people with within
in within a radius of. 100 miles. I'm posi
tive that there will be plenty of
use for this coliseum, but it there
isn't, my six kids can play in it."
Manzlel's -private airport and
planes didn't come with his first
oil discovery on the grounds of
the Negro New Hope Baptist
Church it Gladewater, Tex.,' In
1930. There remained gambling
days even after he found Hawkins
Field, 16 miles north of Tyler in
Wood County, in 1940. That was
the most important oil discovery
of the year,.'.' ",' :
. Manzie! drilled, i li t" consecutive
dry; wells after Hawkins. ;
-': t;:.iv -ft;,.-.,-.f.V
Figures how, that tone out .of
io druungs proaucejou. f,
Bobby Manziel now- has a' field
named after himself and-esch of
"It will be paid- for," he ex-
plains. "Since I. was a little kid,
my ambition has been to build an
arena in my own way. Tyler, jo'-
So. what's a little thing like a
three million dollar coliseum in
The Syrian Kid just wants it
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. TTESSAY, JULY S. 1ZZS
MJ 4 Classic
-'""J .1 1
Stud Valentino Crack
- . ...... v ....
Seeks Fourth Straight
Blue : Ribbon ictbr
The Stud Valentino's classy Poleraon ill he
seekmg hist ioiSyrth7 consecutive clasid' victory and
xth triumph in a row tomorrow in the $3000-added
one mile and five-sixteenths Fourth of July Classic
at the Juan Franco race track. ;V ; -- f
Six of the track's best horses
will, oppose Poiemon in this an annual
nual annual oiue,nbbon event. Mem Mem-.,
., Mem-., berS of the American Society, as
' usual, will be he. guests of the'
track management. .;:
-.. The trio rated the best chance
Of upsetung Pcwemon are Mossa Mossa-dea.
dea. Mossa-dea. Town's Wall and Rosier
The latter holds the distinction
, of being the. paly. one. of this.
' trio to aefeat the. track's lead leading
ing leading claimant to the tracK cham
Rosier eked out a nose victo
ry ever Polemon in the Guaroia
Ivaljonal Classic over the same
distance as tomorrows big race
but,since then .he has perlormea
miserably in two other classics
failing to even finisn third. Gui Gui-"llermo
"llermo Gui-"llermo Sanchez," as usual, wil)
ride the Stud La Giralda star.
Mossadeq was secJhd to Pole Polemon
mon Polemon in the President of tne Re-
' public Classic and third behind
Polemon and Town's Wall in the
President Remon Classic. Ruben
Vasquez will, do the booting on
the' Endara pride.
Town't Wall has shown steady
Juan Franco Graded Entries
lackey Wgt COMMENT ODDS
H-2" Imnttrf Vi Fit Pan $400.00 Pij Cleaea-1 2:45
... FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 After Me O. de Leon 102x Nothing recently
2 S. Slipper G. Vasquej 105x Would pay off
3 Irish Profit A. "Vasquea 110 Ran well in last
4 Dlxiprincess J. Gongora 110 Couid get up here
9 Gonzaga : J. Jimenez U2x Looked good in last
o tvedette J. Pftimps 113 Will be hard to catch
7 (Bos'un's Mate A. Yeas 113 Good chance on form too
24 Ran ;'H-2lmp.it4 A Fx. Pun $.400.00
Juan Trap Tips
By LUIS HOMER
, 1 Vedette (e)
5- fMarcelita -'
( Black Bee
improvement and' should be in
the thiek of ; the battle lrom
start to finish. Alejandro Yca Yca-za,
za, Yca-za, who rode Town's Wall last
Saturdays in his sensational
dead-heat finish with Rosier,
will continue to replace sus
pended Fernando Alvarez aboard
the Cuadra Mexico ace.
Polemon, of course, will again
be ridden by the track's' leading
jockey. Aliredo vasauez. roifr
mon once more gets a six-pound
advantage in tne- handicapping
because the race is a weignt-ior
age affair. Polemon will carry
115 as compared to the younger
Golden Corn II's 111 and 121 for
all the other scheduled starters
.Also entered for the big race
are Empire Honey, paquiro and
Huriine Pari. Tne latter iwc
have shown ereat form in .their
last outings but are apparently
outclassed. Empire Honey dem
onstrated on Saturday that he If
not ready for a victorloua effort
against top flight competition.
PR0N0STICOS HIPICOS DE
U REVISTA418" : :
1 V.deWt ()
3 Pamaduu j
6 Onda RtaH
- rapa Horn
' DoAa Bcafril
fad Claw i-JS
Lr-Pfelx Vasauiez 110 Dislanca to'likinf i
-B. Blade H G. Sanchez lOC-iJGibod recent races ...
3 Jaquimazo A. Ycaza 115 -Returns in shape
4 Pellac M. Guerrero-115 UCould be vpsetter
5 Marula B. Baeza US' Usually unpredictable
6 Ocean Sta J. Phillips lis. Regaining form slowly
7 Gay Spot i' A. Gonzalez 110 V-Returns from layoff s
8 Te Gano V Ortega 113. -s-Nothing- in months
9 -Lanero -, J, Jim6nez t05x Rates qutside chance
10 Amat A. Va3quez 115 j-rForm indicates
SECONO IUC OF THE OOUILE ? ;fv
2reco. .;H;Gustine.101x Would nav nice odds
'3-i-Fuertie. .i L.-Gutierres 102x Good chance in mud.'.'
4-W.Apft)n'"'" B.Agulrre 110 -s-UsuaUy disappoints
6-Cofia Beatria B. Baeza 108 -Will, fight out
3rd Race "No
1 G. Patrick
6 Black Bee
L. Gutiitres.' 97xoihing-.to.recomrnMd ?
B. Baeza J06 -Interfered 'with 1n last
G. Vasquez 87xr-i-Nothing to indicate- -V.
Castillo 115 -Makes debut here
A. GonzalezllS i-Another "debutant"
' F. Hidalgo 112 Form indicates V:
E. Ortega 103 Hasn't shown much
G. Sanchez 108 -Will fight ft out
-; 4V4 F,.Pu. $i75.00 Feel CIomt 2:20
x wwi. uiri u. Montero x ttesi eany loot
.2 Little Rill V. nastllln 1 19 Rsti fair ohono.
3 Consentida O V&s.suik 11. St T)istini tn i;iin
4Chanito J. Avlla 118 Fastest at eetawav-;
5 Engreida. i G. Prescott"118 -Nbt with 'this TiderV
8 Papa Rorra G."Duart ll$x Rates good. chance
7 Olimnlco H. Gustines 102x ShnnlH ht th...
8 G. Pick L. Guti6rrez 102x Nothinir rc.ntiv
5th Race' "F" Nativea Vi Far $275.00 Feel Cleaea 2:55
5 G. Montero
7 (Don Jaime
8 El Pasha
113x-In fight to finish
113x-Could go all the way
Wx Would be upsetter ,.
118 Rates good chance1
113 f-Reportedly improved
113 Could surprise "
113 .-Back in best form
118 Excluded from betting
tious) c ,'
6th Race "H-1" Imported 6 'i Fgi.Purte $400.00 Feel Cfeiea 3-31
lllT uri ni rut iw J
2 Panlcua t
E. Dario 115 Has bad legs K-l
A, Ycaza 113 Returns in fair ihape 4.1
"' yi ftjl --
!? jpf -. P v. ,J :
3 Quematodcw G.
A. 1 i A
5 Love's Girdle
8 Onda Real G.
7 Lyrical R.
8 Am. Maid C.
S DisUnpfi O
10-Soft Note J.
Sanchez 110 Nnthin tn. InrfVat.
xoiranaa 107X Bad trailer in last
110 Usually fractious
Montero 107x Distance could help
Vasquez 110 Form indicates ...
Navarro 112rRtiirni frnrrt lavnff r t
Je Leon 105x Last doesnt eount :
Gongora. 115 Showing improvement
; ; 8-1
7th acei"6" Impertee 7 fta.Fire'$450;0 Fea Cleae 4:05
Sth Raca "4th July Clauic," Quiniela ( Fene' $3,000.00 ($620 added)
":;;;::' : :;; r .'- Feei a. 4:40
1 Rosier. 1 G. Sanchez 12F Allergic to classicsV 4-1
2 H, Park B. Aguirre 121 Good early speed ;v 10-1
Si-Jaqulro V. Castillo 121 Reportedly' high da's- v 8-1
4 Town's Wall A. Ycaza 121 -Will fight it out 2-1
Sr-Polemdn A. Visquez 115 Hard to beat here1 -v even
8 Mossadeq R. Vasquez 121 Sharpest workouts 2-1
7 Emp. Honey ,L Giraldo 121 Net in best forou- i 20-1
9th Race "O-E" 'imeerted 7 Ffli?Furte $600.00' Feel Cleaea fjfaf
1 M. Stuardo V. Castillo'
2 Trlrreme G. Sanchez
3-Double Four B. Baeza
4 Golden Corn J. Phillips
5 P. Countess ; J. Jimenez
ft Chivlimgo G. Alfaro
7 (Escorial G. Vasquez
8 (Lucky Test C. Ruiz
Elko :. R. Vasquez
V ' v
113 Was never t better
110 Tough fight on hands
108r r-Not in top form
113 Could go all the way
107x. Poor recent ..races s
122 Would surprise
113 His strongest .finish
115. Could score in upset
124 -i-Way down in class
Publitix Tourney Hti
Brooklyn Is Missing
10th .Race "C'V Impertee? 7 9L Furte' $450.00 Feel deaea 5:40
2 -Don Cuto
A. Vasquez 114 Hard tq beat here i ;
A. Ycaza 118 Usually moves late
B. Baeza 105 Rates-good chance
1 C. Ruiz 112 disappointment thus far
J. Jimenez 105x Tough competition here '.
G. Jrescott lift Rider handicaps 1.
11th Race "H-r Imported 6 'A F.Fane $400.00 Feel Cleaea.
1 Suntonner G. SAnchez 113 Could go all .the way.
2 -My Friend B. Aguirre 110 Still plenty green
3 Incaica -.' B. Baeza 108 Should be "sure thing"
4 Oro Purito A. Vasquez 115 Reportedly "ready"
5 Supersun S. Carvajal 112x Nothing in months
ft Lexden V., Castillo 115 Showing improvement
7 Rio Negro G. Duarte HOx-Could make it here.
8 Valley Rlvef O. de Ion 105x-Returns from layoff
By JIMMY BKESUN
NEW YORK f NEaV Sf.'w.
who can ecore well ai.Dyker links
can piay good golf any place.
Dvkpr Link i th.
course in Brooklyn. On weekends
s 1 1: 1
a aouaays, can onvers, subway
worker nffio ol.rV. 1A
--- UU lUUg
shoremen line up at four in the
mornin? to tet. a tr4in tima
from' the New York City P a x i
uepanment man v.
Once nlav beeins. thln?i Btt1e
down to a simple bit of Brooklyn
pholosophy: It is every jnan for
nisseU.. .,; :
Be a bit' .slow m l ovine dnam
the fairway and the foursome be-
nma you simply tees off. Thev
yeu "ton.!" as the drive whizzes
dj your ear.
The eye must aiwavs.Miaura.
ly on tne baiL start lookinr a
round; while walking up for your
next shot and you are liable to
play. Somebody "just found it"
Because of this, the U nited
States Golf Association's' 31st Pub
lic Links Championship is devoid
of much of the color it had a
square chance to get when the 1.
17 entries were mea
When Qualifying olav cut the
field to 150, no hacker from Dyker
was represented, xnos comes as a
body blow to the event, which is
ticketed for the Harding Park
Memorial Golf Course in
San Francisco; July M4.'
For this is a tournament where
the small guy becomes big. A fel fellow'
low' fellow' like Stalk Bielat, for instance.
Stan took time out from driving
his beer truck around Yonkers. N.
Y., to win the title in 1950. Last Last-year,
year, Last-year, Stan Koesis,, rOetroit autO
plant worker.- toot it all:
A golfer playing ou .of Dyker
would be a natural here as was
Frank Strafaa, who started, there
and climbed to prominence, or
Jim Oleska, the cross-hand shoot-j
ing policeman, wno was well up
there in. 1950. -, .-
This year's' Pnblinx Is being
handled by Eddie Lowerf, the
San Francisco ear (dealer and
mateur golf official whose sal.
men. Ken Venturi and ffirtia
Ward, are top names in tb sport.
The Publinx has a type of basie
aDDeal hard in mitoh Th;. t.
event for the small guy who car
ries ms own cniDS ana worries is
mUCh about lasinff snnH toll
he-does his score. '
' The tournament rules make al.
lowanees for. thia. A
does not have to hire, a caddie.
He is allowed expense money. The
x-uuunx reiusea 10 aamit any goll-
er with a Drivate rlnh l An fia- r irtn
The low 64 qualjfiying after 38
holes enter match play,' The -championship
pairing is listed for
- Of. past champions, Smiley
Ouick and Pat Ahhnt
By BEANS REARDON
14 Years in Natienal Leafue 4
Written for NEA Service
OUESTION: The batter fonia
nitch back. The umoire hands the
ball 'to the catcher, who. throws it
wudiy past the pitcher. A runner
dn second takes advantage of this
and moves to third. Is this" legal?'
Answer: Ne. The pitcher must
put -thr ball back In ly after a ,.
feu by placing his foot en the rub-
her with the ball In his hand;
Q. With a runner on first and a
left-handed batter up the. pitcher
throws. The batter takes the pilch,
then steps back in an automatic
movement as the umpire calls it
a strike.. The catcher tries a anan
throw as he does so and it hits the
batter, who now is in his way, on
the shoulder. The ball kicks off and
the runner takes second. Isn't this
irterference? Jimmy Mulligan.
A. There up te the umpire. If tie
rules It unitentienal, then the run r
nee an advance f-
, v ; 1 1
uie United States of
on its Gkri bus FdurtH
PURSE $3,000.00 (added)
, 1 516 Mile
Pool aoses: 4:40
' !'' , .-J'l
t. .. ...
1. ROSIER J....:....:.. ...:..;.C. Sanchez 121
2. HURLING PARK b: Aauirre 121
" .7--- ... tj-r -
..;-.y. Castillo1 1121
. TOWN 5 WALL A Yrnrn 171
5. POLEMON A". Vasquex; 115
6 4 MOSSADEQ R. Vasquez 121
tMrlKt MONEY L. Giraldo 121
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TT3 fANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT Dmi NEWSPAPER
Righthander Makes JSvim Meet
1 r V
lluscleMen More r
a -sea am
.Editort CONRADO SARCEANT
lenacing Than Ever
.i::2r, jvly s, ms
By CARL LUNDQUIST
.F.W YORK. Julv 3 (UP) Cincinnati's imis-
H.mn Innkerl more menacine than ever today from
thAiV first nlarp ncrch in the National League race
Wause right-handed pitching sUr Johnny Klipp
stein is back on the beam. r .-; ?
rhn t e-nawinst fear
knong National League managers
that if the Redlegs acquire Just
suddenly turn the wild pennnpj
scramble' Into a cake-walk. With
Xlippstein clicking, that could be
t niffht in a showdown Bas
ils with Milwaukee tor ira
place, Cincinnati's sniggers ior
the most part were silenced. The
only homer was by Milwaukee's
But KHppsteln,. turning in
hii best performance. In al
meat a month held MUwaukee
to eight hits and struck out
six including; two when the
Braves threatened in the
ninth, and genuinely earned
his M triumph .-; ';
gus Belt, the AH-StafVntet
fielder, drove -in one of Cwolr.
natl's runs with ft single and th
other scored r Iwnble byl
third baseman Tbuiion alter
Bell had t VP the, nily, "with
a single. -.
KllDDsteln. ,mtshlninz Mil-
wauke southpaw warren Spahn
hadn't won a game since June
S. Since then he had tried four
previous times for his seventh
victory,. 'losing twice end being
Knocxea out oi tne aex tne oin oin-er
er oin-er times. He now has a 7-4 mark.
The third place Dodeers lost
ground when the Giants scored
a 5-2 triumph on the strength
of homers by Willie Mays and
Bill Sami! and run-producing
extra base hits by Jackie Brandt
and Bill White. Allan Wortblng-
wn gamea ms fourth victory
with relief help from Hoy t Wil-
l. helm The Giants moved from
eighth, to-sixth place wiin we
The Cobs got steady scatter scatter-hlt
hlt scatter-hlt pitching from Warren
Hacker to defeat the Cardi Cardinals,
nals, Cardinals, 6-3. Hacker yielded 11
Ma. at least on in every In
ning but the eighth. Don Hoak
three hits each for the Cobs.
Hal Smith hit "' St. Louis
in the' American -League the
White Sox utilized four Detroit
errors to score seven unearned
runs, coming: from behind for a
9-3 triumph that put them
within 3tt : games of the idle
top-dog Yankees. Two runs
scored when usually reliable
shortstop Harvey Kuena fumbled
a double play ball as Detroit led
3-1 in- the seventh. Jim Rivera
drove' in the lead run with a
sacrifice fly and five more un
earned t runs came over in the
eighth on lour singles, .a walk
two sacrifices and two more er errors.
rors. errors. '-..
-The Red $ox came from be
hind to top -the : Senators 3-?
when Ted Williams touched .rff
a two-run seventh inning rally
with a double. Relief pitcher Ike
Delock gained hi third victory
in six days and hia fourth of
the season. 1
There were no other major
league, games scneouiea.
The annual Independence
Day Swimming Meet will fee
held at the Balboa Swimming
Pool af 10 a.m. on July 4. 'The
program ef twenty-nine events
offers competition for children
from 4 through 14 years of age
as well as senior events.
No entry forms are neces necessary.
sary. necessary. Contestants should re report
port report to the pool not-later than
It is expected that a num number
ber number of stadents who have been
attending' colleges. In the
States will be on hand to dis display
play display their ability.
The meet is open to all mem members
bers members of the Armed Forces, the'r
dependents, and students of
the vA. school
In The Majors
- LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 151 official at bals)
. NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player an Clab g ab r h pel
Boyer, St. L. 70 282 54 93 J37
Bailey, Clncl. .13 m 28 58 37
Clemente, Pitts. 58 183 2 8 59 .322
Robinson, Cin. 68 240 55 77 .321
Musial, St L. 70 261 43 84 '.3 If
Moon, St. Louis 68 236 42 75 Ml
- AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle. N. Y.
71 264 69 ICO .379
59 192 44 70 .36!
30 224 43 79 .35?
66 253 36 81 .32C
53 192 30 61 .31?
53 170 22 56 .318
dB. vUtSS OK.C.50 154 33 49 .3U
who pitched them back Into
first place with an e'ght-hit
six-strikeout 2-1 performance
over the Milwaukee Braves.
Stengel to Start Ford
or Pirca for, American-
Loop In All-Star Ganie
NEW YORK, July 3 (UP)
Rieht-hander Bob Friend preba
bly will start against southpaw
Whitey Ford or left-hander Billy
Pierce in the All-Star Baseball
A nationwide 'vote of fam
picked eight starters fur each
team. All-Star manaeers Casey
Stengel of the Yankees and
Walter Alston of the Dodgers
chose all 'pitchers and supstl
Alston indicated Friend of the
Pirates would start Ifr tne Na
tional Leaguers one week from
today in Washington. Stengel
said he nrobablv will.enen with
Ford of the Yankees or Pierce of
the Whit Sox. 'TU start a
lefty," said Stengel, 'because the
National League will have tour-
left-handed batters In the start
ing lineup. I sure hated to leave
Herb Score and Billy Hoeft off
my team.-,, ,- .
Here are the complete All-Star
For the National League, pitch
ers Brooks Lawrence and Joe
Nuxhall of Cincinnati, clem La-
bine of Brooklyn, Robin Robert;
of Philadelphia, Bob Friend of
Pittsburgh, Johnny Antonelll el
$3f25 'iMMwH (riiys
NEW YORK, July 2 03P)-r.
Basthall Commissioner Ford
Frick announced today that tel
evision and radio rights for the
World Series and All-Star Game
for five year from 19571961 in
elusive have been sold to the
National Broadcastlne Company
for $3,250,000 per year.
The new agreement, replacing
an expiring slx-year-contract
with NBC. becomes effective
with the July 1957 All-Star
Said Frick "we are deeply
gratified mat as result of this
agreement the pension fund for
baseball players is now protect protected
ed protected and guaranteed for another
five years. He added "it is an anticipated
ticipated anticipated that it now will be pos possible
sible possible to offer even more liberal
benefits under the player pen pension
sion pension plan, which is already one
of the most generous in existence."-
Frick denied previous" report
that there had been no ether
bids from tival sponsors. ; '
"Considerable interest was
shown hy others in spjnsor3hip
, Mantle, Yanks
Bnira a yA m
RUNS BATTED IN
, Mantle, Yanks .......... 71
Boyer, Cards ............ 59
Simpson. Athletics ...... "-57
Musial4 Cards 56
Wertz, Indians... 53
Boyer, Cards . -.
Yost, Senators .
ti-V Vr BTS -4
Mantle, Yanks .... ... A100
Boyer,' Cards ........... 95
Simpson, Athletics ..... 86
Runnels, Senators 85
Ashburn, Phils 83
- PITCHING J
(Based on 7 Decisions)
' ' W I.
Lawrence, Redlegg '-..10
Pierce, White Sox ...12
Sturdivant.-Yanks ... 6
Craig, Dodgt. j 8
Brewer, Red Sox...;. 10
N7 York and Warren spahn of
Milwaukee J. Catchera Ed Bai Bailey
ley Bailey of Cincinnati, Roy campa-i
;a vi arooKiyn ana Dei Cran Cran-daU.of
daU.of Cran-daU.of MUwaukee... infieldert
Ted KluseewskL. Roy McMillan
and Johnny Temple or Cincin Cincinnati,
nati, Cincinnati, Dale Long of Pittsburgh
Ken Boyer of si Louis, Ernie
Banks of Chicago, im Math-.
of Milwaukee, and Jim Gilliam
ot Brooklyn... and outfielders
8tan Musial ami Rln :
of St. Louis. Frank Robinson and
M3 ucu 01 Cincinnati, Hank
Aaron of Milwaukee, Duke Sn'. Sn'.-der
der Sn'.-der of Brooklyn and Willie Majs
The American League All-St t "IsCCr I fipIC
team has pitchers Whitey Foil
and Johnny Kuck of Nev York, 125 StriCtlV
Tom Brewer and Frank Sullivan
of Boston, Billy Pierce and Jim P-.J
WUsoa of Chicago, and Ray UaS-rrCPClICd
Narieskl and Early wynn of r
Cleveland .... Catchers Yori NEW YORK (NEA1 Whm
Berra of New York and Sheni Rube Walker bit the first triple of
Lollar of Chicago ... Infieldeis his five-year career with the
Harvey; Kuenn and Ray Boor Brooklyn Dodgers, most of his
of Detroit, Billy Martin and G 1 teammates looked for a -way te
McDougald ef New York, Micktr kid slow-footed catcher.
Vernon of Boston, Nelson Fox C fouiM' MmPle way to do
Chicago. Georte Kell of Rait Jt- The ball slammed against a
more. Vic Power of Kan billboard in right center field
and Roy glevers of Washlneto-i Wh.eB tt $ .di" craz Writ.
and outfielders Al Kaline and
Charlie Maxwell of Detroit, Ted
Williams and Jimmy Piersall ,of
Boston, Mickey Mantle of New
York and Harry Simpson of
Fry Ups:l$ C;is:n;
It bopped straight up, then csme
down exactly in tne spot fielders
were not. It was a iuiced-up per.
formance by the ball. The bill
board r kicked off advertised
Rcce Track Uses
39 r.IcbS!2 Units
Lest anyone get the notion that a
modern race track requires just
MVftral truck.' a elinr t the
WIMBLEDON, England. July Monmouh Park mobile stock dis-
5 we) ueienamg cnampion pels that, impression.
Louise Brdugh- of Beverly Hllls.1
Calif, and fifth-seeded Shirleyj Everett Wilson has 39 units for
Fry of St. Petersburg, Fla.. ral-(nine departments. These include
lied from first-set det eati today, malntet-sLce, fire, police, adminis-
w score ouaner-nnai victories tration. power, piumning, ps.ntinf
m women's singles in the Wim- and hospital. Trucks, jeeps, trac trac-bledon
bledon trac-bledon tennis chamnionshins. tors, station wagons, etc- are rare.
Miss Brougn, rour-tlm winner y aormani.,upcranons star esny
of the title .here, came back to
down -Shirley Bloomer of Brit-
am, 5-7, 6-1. 6-3. and Miss Fry
who never has come closer than
to iinish runner-'Ji in 1951
scored a mild upset. 4-6. 6-3. 6-4
over lounn-seeaea Negro stai
Aitnea, Gibson of Ne York.
However, second-seided Mr
Beverly Baker Fleitz of Long
ueacn, cam., mira American tc
reacn i mo quarter-final., de
faulted from her match with
or me games.- iie saia, -out rnei Angela Buxton of Britain be
most auiaciory oner irom ev- cause she is expecting a baby,
ery standpoint was made by the! The offle'al announcement
present sponsors." ; said that Mrs. Fleit -has not
The Gillette Safety Razoi been feelinr well all through
Company will be the sponsor, i her tour ef Europe and it now
in he morning, continue long aft after,
er, after, the last customer has left the
grounds. The units cover hundred
of mues collectively, ruei but is
high. : .v-v..
has been distevertd she Is
Miss Brough and Mis TtJ -ft ill
be matched against each other
in -an All-American semi-final
Miss Buxton will meet Pat Ward
of Britain, who won her quarter-J
nnai maicn yesterday, in an,
all-British ; semifinal. Britain
thus is assured of having its first
finalist in women's singles since
Kay Stammers bowed to TLuieri-
ca's Alice Marble in 1939.
- - i . ..
1 4 'v.
' Vis .'.
SPEEDBOAT Wesljy Evans, shown above in his No. 14 "B" runabout, is a relative hew hew-comer
comer hew-comer to the lacing scene. He has proven a capable driver and seeks another win in Class
B tomorrow at the Cristobal Yacht Club. -: a y v
Thrilling Outboard Motorboat
Races Predicted Tomorrow
Dr. Einstein once remarked that if he had to do it all over
again he'd be a plumber. Many put this down as a supercilious
gesture by the human tote board and yet for all anybody knew
he may have had the makings of a top hand.'
Take the case of Jack Harshman ot ihe White Sox. Not a
perfect analogy, since he appears to have no plumbing ambi ambitions,
tions, ambitions, but at least it will do to get him on. Harshman started
as a first baseman, didnt get very far, switched to pitching and
now he's a star. Held Kansas City tj one hit and Boston to
three, in his last two wins.
What-makes Harshman a subject of particular Interest is
that the switch was forced upon him. Either he didn't have
the foggiest idea he was meant to be a pitching star, or else
he was timorous about rlsklnsj the modest security his bat and
glove held for him in tne rvlnors. , ..; r
' There have been other Harshmans, Bucky Walters," who
helped pitch the Reds to two pennants and worked in flve All All-Star
Star All-Star games., was a notable example. Bob Lemon of ,th,e, current
Indians is another who made it big once he became convinced
he couldn't suy in the majors in any ether capacity.
; ,;Gil HodgeJ was shifted from ca:ch to first base and in due
course was to be saluted by no less an authority than George
Sisler as the best' in the league at that position. Red Roue
was a fair shortstop. Moved to third, be became a stlckout for
the Yanks. SUn Musial of the Cards is equally at home at
iirst and in the outfield. if
This is a version of musical 'chairs big league- managers
have been playing for ages and even nto untrained ears the
rhythmic theme is not incomprehensible. 1 1 mean, a Yogi Berra
may think he's tailor-made foi outfieid duty, whereas a per perceptive
ceptive perceptive manager will take one look and hand him the tools of
ignorance. . mask, chest pad and shin guards. i
Such mischoiees and misfits I can understand, Still it
would seem to me pitching Is a talent the possession of which
a player niut Immediately and instinctive recognize.- A Wal Walters,
ters, Walters, a Lemoa or a Harshman conceivably might have some
misgivings about his ability to hit and field, but with a strong
arm and an unhampered throwing motion, the basic ingredi ingredients
ents ingredients of pitching, hew can these fellowj miss their predestina predestination
tion predestination T : ,.1 -r"'' '.i '-. '"1" xp:--' V :.'v'Cr;':i-"''V
Nevertheless they do. And even after years in thejnlnors,
or as fringe players in the majors, when all hope of progressing
beyond useful mediocrity has tied, they continue to maintain
stubborn resistance against cashing in tn the only valuable and
valid big league asset they've tot. Walters wasted million million-dollar
dollar million-dollar arm in the i and 10 for years. Ditto Lemon.-
n QUICK BRUSHOfF
Harshman had greater reason to demur than most.- He was
a long-ball hitter in a long-ball era. Twice he led. leagues in
home runs. In fact, the year C47) he paced the Western In International
ternational International with Victoria at 36, the Giants paid 865,000 for
him. . and nhen the Gianta get up that kind of money they
feel pretty sure they are getting u rather rare specimen of ivory.
And that's about what they were getting, only they had no
way ef knowing It. If they did, they failed te exercise it; all
told la three different years they looked at Harshman la only
16 games, two as a pitcher. Rejecting h'm en hitting was sound
judgment, but the aulek brush he. got as a pitching prospect
must stand ai a reproach te the Giants' brain trust Two years
later Harshman set a White Sex record by fanning 16 Boston
hitters, including Ted Williams.
, Ironically, he switched after hlttlrg 47 home runs to lead
the Southern Assn., in '51, explaining thusly:
. "Larry Gilbert, the Nashville manager, pointed ot the short
right-field fence in out park and said: That's what made you
a home-run king, not your bat.' I finally got the idea. Next
season I was working the othjr side of the street."
In '54 with the White Sox, Harshman was 14-8 with an ERA
of 3.95: last season he was 11-7, 3.37. This year,, to date, he's
i All outboard fans are in store for
1 treat tomorrow when the Cristo-
Ibsl. Yacht Club hosts the Canal
i Zone Outboard Racing associa
ton annual regatta. Three exiting
classes are planned, plus, a tree
for all -tiophy dash.
The. "A" hydros wilt take the
starters fias at 1:30, and promises
to be a close struggle between W.
Eggers, vetefan driver,' and W.
Evins, also a capable helmsman.
Harris a newcomer to the racing
scene, will besr watching at a dark
In the "B". runabouts, It' seems
to be a close race between W. E E-vana
vana E-vana and R. Gould. The bouncing
runabouts always provide the
thrills and spills that' make out outboard
board outboard racing an enjoyable sport.
The C. runabout class sees R.
Gould cristen a new, "C" Runa
bout, and promises' t give veteran
Winky Winkes a real go,for the
trOUhV. i!v .t '-. .ty-
Race chairman Dick Aggers pfo-
misei a free-for-all for all boats,
and also an exciting high-speed in
board exhibition. Any persons wisn
ins to enter the classes described
above may be so by contacting the
Cristobal Yacht Club before the
races. . ..''.
WIMBLEDON, England, July
(UP) Mrs. Beverly Bakir
Fieits of Long Beach, Calif,
strongly fancied te win the
women's alntleg ef ibe Wim Wimbledon
bledon Wimbledon tennh champlcnthlp,
was scratched from all events
at th tournament today: be
cause she is expecting a baby.
MrV Tleitg withdrew from'
he doubles eomnetlt'on ys ys-terday
terday ys-terday because she "was 111
with Influenza." Today it was
announced officially she ext
peets a child. f ,r
' Mrs. Fleltx' withdrawal gave
Angela Buxton ef Great BrII
a In a free pass itno the semi,
finals of the women's s'ngles
Along The Fairways
' GOLF NEWS FROM
THE AMADOR LAD1LS
By VMO4 '
Connie Bishop won the Amador,
Lsdiea Day Tournament low uross
last Thursday with a best score
fur even holed and handicap
Of course, our Jeanne Morris was
among the winners again, this
time .with first low net.- ;
Second low net went to B e 1 1 y
Hayter and Bobbi Hughes tool
Ab R H Pe A
..... 4 0 8 1 t
5: 0,3 6 S
..... 5 Ljl 1 (
3 1 0 4 (
1 0 I
0 10 1
Pittsburgh .32 33
New York . .28, 38
Philadelphia .28 39
Chicago .....27 37
.418 11 Va
. Milwaukee at Cincinnati
x-Philadelphia at Pittsburgh
Keguiauon -game to be pre preceded.
Only games scheduled
x-Susoended tame to be com
St. Louis 001 011 0013 11 2
Chicago 003 002 lOx 6 10 1
ronoisxy (5-6), Kinder, wen
meier and Smith. (-.
Hacker (2-7) and Landrith.
New York 012 000 200-3 8 0
Brooklyn 000 200 0002 7 0
Worthlnghton. (4-8), Wilhelm
Lehman (2-2, Bessent,' Roe Roebuck
buck Roebuck and Walker, Hodges.
Milwaukee 010 000 000-1 8 T
Cincinnati 101 000 OOx 2 7 (
Spahn (6-7) and Crandall.
KHppsteln (7-4) and Bailey.
Only games scheduled.
' TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at. Detroit
Kansas City at Cleveland
Boston at I Washington
Baltimore at New York ;
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS fT!
(Night oame) .- :
Chicago 000 010 350 8 10 I f
Detroit .' 000 030 0303 8 f
- Pollet, Howell (3-5), LaPalme
Trucks (3-3), Aber, Maas and'l;
R. Wilson. -'V.!
Boston 000 001 2003 10 1
Washington 200 COO COO 2 8 1 1
SulUvan, Delock (3-5) anf;
' Wiesler, Chakales. Byerly UjLfj.
2), Ramos and Courtney.'. :' 1
Only games scheduled.
WASHINGTON (NEA) Lefty
Gomez was the loser in the first
AU-Star, game played. ;
41, .494 fi
44 .450 12 V-.
35VM -.432 14
30 46 ta.395 16ft
..... 0,0. 0 :0 1
..... 10 0 0 Ml
.... 2 11 0 1
Riverar rf ...
Fox 2b .:,;.
Miftoso If ...
PhUley lb ..
Lollar e .
La palme p
Pollet p ....
Howell p ...
;jotab ; ; 34 8 10 27 12
!' V DetroK
Kuenn ss !. ... . 3 12 2 2
d-Brldeweser ss 1 0 0 0 0
Bollinar 2b ....... 4 1 2 1
MaxweU If ....... 4 0 2 I f
Kaline rf ........ 4 0 0 3 (
Boone 3b 3 0 0 3 1
Phillips lb 2 0 0 6 1
a-Torgeson lb ... 2 t 0 2 (
Tuttle ci 4 0 1 4 (
Wilson e ......... 4 0 13 t
Truck p 3 ,1 0 0 (
Aber p 0 0 0 0 1
Maas p 0 0 0 0 1
e-Kennedy 1 0 0 0 I
Miami 002 200 000-r- 4 v 5
Toronto 301 525 20x 18 23 3
Snyder, Kipper (3), Qualters
(3) and Niarhos: Lovenguth and
Battey ; Kipper, hrs; jetnroe
Abrams, Stevens 2. ,'
Havana 000 000 001 I 3 (
Montreal : 000 000 0000 6 1
Hatten and Dottcrer; Crlstan Crlstan-te
te Crlstan-te and Howell. :," -v :
(Second Game, innings)
Miami 100 000' 0-1 5 f
Toronto 002 000 x 2 -5 f
Morehead and Command: Het
ki and Sawatskl..
LAST DAY! .75 .40 1
3:00 4:51 6:55 f :05 p.m"
- Una TURNER
Roger MOORE, In
In CINFMA SCOPE!
Todays Encanta .25 .15
Bill Elliot, in
"DIAL RED C
'The Bowerv Bovsln
. "JAIL BUSTERS".
Today IDEAL 20 -, 10
' "PANTER GIRL OF THE
"Daredevils The Clouds"
CONGO" Chaps. 0 -10
"Hidden VaUey Outlaw"
33 3 8 27 10
. h Grounded out for Phillips
b Base on balls for Aparlclc
c Safe on error for Howell In
. d Ran for Kuenn In 7th. r
e Filed out for Maas in 9th.
000 010 350 t
000 030 0002
Crrnrl' WtflH h I I In
Kuenn 2, Aber.. Boiling. RBI:
Pollet, Esposito 2, Riviera, La-
Palme, Fox; Kuenn 2, Kaline
(Hatfield scored on error bv i
Kuenn in 7th and Mifioso and.
Doby scored on error by Aber lni
Bin. pouoies: Maxweii. Home
runs: Kuenn. Stolen bases: Ri
vera, Fox. Sacrifice: Pollet, Dro-
po, La paime, Bouing. sacrmce
flies: Rivera. Double plays: A-pariclo-Fox-Philley:
ln..Hhlllln,. S.I 1lrThilll...
Kuenn-Phlllips. Left on base:
Chicago 7. Detroit 3. Bases on
balls: La Palme 2. Trucks 3. Ab-
if 1 Y Pnllot 1 li Palm A
the third lows net snot. Helen
Schull's putter was working pr.r..Trock 2; Hits off: pollet 7 in 1
fectiy and she copped the p7u t oer e-u, Howeu l-i 2-3,, La
for low putts. Jlme 0-3, Trucks 6-6, Maas 3-1
A "Flag Tournament" has been .-3. Runs and earned runs: Pol Pol-announced
announced Pol-announced for Thursday, July 5 i let 3-1, Trucks 4-2, Abe? 4-0
j : :i 1 1. .11 n ivii u
and a ful. handicap will be allow
cd. Come on out and join the fun.
See you Thursday. v
Maas 1-0. Hit by pitch: Maa.
(Dropo). WP: Howell (3-5). LJ:
offers you, a large assortment ; T
of equipment in the finest qualify.
. The finest French "Arbalettes" and;
the famous. "Cress'r equipment.
O Arbolette Spear Gun
O DIVAIR underwater breathing
' 'V. V:'-:V:4V;V' 'k''': '-?iri' C',:'-'.:
The amazing SNORKAIR
O Swimming fins
' and accessories
, I KQvtOAPtt y MoarM'N
No. 47 Central Ave; Phone 2 2504
PosfcPoznan Purge for Polish Reds;
; Heads Will Roll Says Party Paper
'BERLIN,' July 2 (UP) A purge, ductiofl m the upper Silestan
bf the Polish Communit, Party mines dropped 400,000 tons in the
shaped up today because or the last two months. The mines were
felod? Pouian riots.: The official! 2,500,000 Ltons behind producUon
Communist V any n ewipipif i
warned that heads will roll. .. .. ... nt Communists admitted la-
The Trybuna Ludu attacked par- mrwU elsewhere in Poland
ty officials in Poznan tor coward- Ind warBej tkat any Poznan Poznan-ice
ice Poznan-ice and said they Will ''answer for. f revolt would be crushed
A ysix-week-old taby ffirl has
...k h d suffering from polio, it was an-
rising but was now determined to
from escaping to the safety of
, Western observers said that the
large-scale troop movements., indi
cated the '.Warsaw government
nounced this m o r n I n
I n g at
.Read; story on pags U
their acts. "without mercy.'
vThe newspaper sa'd. tte "umr'! The Warsaw government said 50" Red regime since World Warll
w; party.: officials hid when the pfr,ons ,jie(j j u,e uprising whichj ,
"looa ana ireeuuiii 'i'ri fiared 1n the big industrial city in u,..' a ,;,.; n; I
and reappeared only- after Polish ;WeSt Poiamj last week, but West-flOUS6 UKdYS till!
.Gill eaumai-ca jiw v m
I toll a. high, as 500. .. .... v
Communist troops and. tanks had
Meanwhile, autt Communist
Poles today waged a massive
"jpassive resistance campaign a a-tgt'mtf
tgt'mtf a-tgt'mtf thair Red masters, uairt
"industrial slowdowns instead of
ppe n revolt. t
lne go-eiovr cdintxign summu
crush the anti-Communist under-"wwa .our"V,,
J ground which has plagued the'10' senousiy ui usu
ifl m Btnaa bUrkflrf uri Hi t .
" The patient is the daughter o:
a family now living t Locona.j
The father is on duty .with the'
Air Force. She is the second child
in the family to be stricken with
Some 30,000 Polish troops back back-eel
eel back-eel by tanks held Poznan in an ir iron
on iron grip while other soldiers mov moved
ed moved through the city to flush out
Wn'.fflrrt businessmen back from
Eom rebe ion-rWden Foinan to me jusi-cioseu r-
e upper Silesian coal mkiea and at least 1000 anti-Communists al-
News of' the workers new tac-lto-house and haystack-to b aj t ;n
CcTwas brougut to the West by .searches by;, soldiers- with fixed
travelers returning here from Po-.bayonets. '
Und The Communists themselves! Still i more troops raiuVmd
artia:iy admitted existence of the! f"&to1torMtoi
iamnaien 1 from the Baltic Sea to Crechos-
The Communists said coal pro- lovakia to prevent rebel leaders
-' produly -present
Oh Thursday al fh(
THE MOST SPECTACULAR SHOW OF THE YEAF!
WORLD FAMOUS ;
! till' At
I in.l I f t j
Straight from the Waldorf-Astoria of New York
and the Desert-Inn of Las Vegas!
. v ON THE SCREEN?
Alec Guinness, in "LAST HOLIDAY"
, '11 people knotty the truth and the' country utafe" Abraham Lincoln.
FAN ASIA, R. P, TUESDAY, JULY J, 1956 1
WASHINGTON, July 3 (UP)
The House passed by voice vote
an:l sent to the Senate yesterday
legislation which would let the Ar.
my and Air Force give many re
serve officers commissions as re
Total officer, strength on active
duly would not be increased. How
ever, the percentage oi regulars
to reserves would be raised consid considerably.
erably. considerably. The object is to give reser reserve;
ve; reserve; a chance to become regulars.
and thus increase their incentive.
to remain jon active duty. ?
V -T "' '" ;' '"'
j In the Army the ceiling, on regul
ar!" would be boosted from 30,600 to if DOlio was the cause, of death,
49,500. On Dec. 31 last year thereTne cniia WM admitted to Gorgas
were 113,Z88 ofticers on acuve au
polio, her 14-month old brother
havuig been admitted to the hos
pital last week. The I a m 1 1 y at
that time was living at Coca So So-lno.
lno. So-lno. 1
s Anohter case fliagnosed as polio
at Gorgas was. a uiree-year ow
girl from the Atlantic side who
was admitted to the hospital over
the weekend. ; ,t i
The child's father Is tV' Canal
mnlove with the Maintenance Di.
vi.dn wha reside with his fami family
ly family at Sabanitas, Colon,; She is. not
seriously ill, having a 1 milk s in involvement
volvement involvement of the chest and no
An autoosv Is to be performed
on a young La,"Boca child who
died -Saturday; night to, determine
ty, only 26 per cent ot tnem re regulars.
gulars. regulars. ::-v
the Air Force the regular ceii ceii-iie
iie ceii-iie would so uo from 27,500 to 69,-
425. On Dec. 31 last year 139,616
Officers were on active duty in .tne
Air Force, only 17 per cent of them
regulars.. v -;':: v ,y:-.-' ;
CZ Engineers May ?
For Working Here
WASHINGTON, July 3 (UP)
The Senate passed and sent to the
White House yesterday legislation
to enable engineers and architects
to hold a recognized professional
status during their residency in
the Canal Zone. v. :
The bill would provide mach
inery for examination, registration
and regulation of the practice of
those professionals in the zone, so
tht their work there wui oe ac accredited
credited accredited by registration boards in
the continental United States.
at 7 p.m. Saturday and died lour
hours later. -.':;!;.
: M.nwhile. two Iron lungs or
dered bv the Panama Anti-Polio
R.rd arrived at Cristobal yester
day.' One of tlje iron lungs will re remain
main remain on the Atlantic aide and
the other will be installed on the
US Polio Vaccine
Over, Govt Says
WASHINGTON, July S (UP) -Th
tmlio vaccine shortage is a-i
bout over in many parts of the
U.S. and should ease soort in oth
ers, the government reported yes
Marion B. Folsom, secretary of
health, education and welfare,
iirpet! state and local health offi.
piali to make "maximum" use- of
the increasing supply of 1?ccto.
He pointed out that Inoculation
thin mnnth "miV Dreveot DOliO 10
August or September-bamonths
wnen we uangw u n-
r!im miilA the statement In
r.nnortion with a Public Health
Service announcement that 17,'
172,396 shots of vaccine, were re released
leased released in June. This was almost
twice as much as released in any
previous single montn.
The total released thus far Is
nnu 79 0.18.460. Folsom said this
i nnueh to provide two Iniec
tions for three-fourths of the 53
millionj persons in the top-priority
group ft children under 15 and
Defense C)e 4ccusec p Dsregdrcng
Congress's Mandate for B-52 Speed-up
WASHINGTON. July S (UP)
sxn. uennis Uiavez (D-N.M.,) to today
day today accused Defense Secretary
Charles E. Wilson of disregarding
a Congressional mandate" to ac
celerate B-52 bomber producUon
Chavez,, chairman of the Senate
Military Appropriations subcommit
tre, said Congress intended that an
additionaL$900 million it has voted
. This waathar rtiert, for lha 24
fcouri endinf I a.m. to Jar. i "-ar4
ar4 "-ar4 fcy lha Malaaralogical -and
Hydregrarhia trantti af .tha Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Company;. r.
(Inner harbor I
WEDNESDAY, JULY 4
11:49 a m.
for the Air Force be used largely.
(o turn out more a xis.
Wilson said yeatarday fit will
not impound the extra money but
mat, at the same time, ha is not 1
going to be in any hurry to spend
he made it plain that he has no
present intention of stepping up B-
Wilson was, recalled today for a
third day of testimony before the
Senate Armed Services subcommit.
tee investigating whether the U-
nited States is in danger of losing
air supremacy to Russia.
He faced further questioning a-
bout B-52 production and parti-
ciupriy wnetner tne united states
miscalculated the rate at which
Russia was building a comparable
long-range jet bomber, the Bison.
Wilson told the subcommittee yes
terday that he did not interpret the
extra Air Force funds voted by
Congress as an expression of Con Congressional
gressional Congressional opinion that currently
plinned production of B-52's it "too
Wilton satd the Air Force hat :
Mt recommended that output ef
the big intercontinental bomber
be increated beyond the present
tchedule ef 20 a month "and none -ef
ut think it should be done." -However,
Wilson .said he witt
"be glad to listen'! if Gen Nathan
staff, "changes his mind after com
mg back from Russia."
Twining recently attended an air
show in Moscow and may have
picked up new information about
Soviet air strength, v
Wilson outlined his position on
the Issue shortly after
E'renhower signed 5 into law the
$34,600,000,000 defense appropria-
uuu uui comaining me extra Air
Force funds. He acted at his; Get Gettysburg,
tysburg, Gettysburg, Pa. farm where he ia re-
cuiieraUng from an operation.
Presidential 'news- secretary
James C. Hagerty said Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower made no comment, in sign.
mg tne measure, which amounted
to a slap at his defense policies.
Asked if, the money would be
used," Hagerty said "That'a up to
tne uetense department," ;
; Farmer President Truman once
Impounded some defense money
-that Cong rait tacked en to hia
budget. -V ;.; v'.'""i
The bill provides about $16,400.
000,000 for the Air Force, compar
er with the President s -original
$15,600,000,000 request v ? t
It also provides 10 billion dollars
for the Aavy and 7Vi billion, dol
lar jor-we Army, or aoout wnai
the administration recommended,
The total war ;$ billion dollars
higher than the amount voted by
Congress last year,. Actual defense
spending in Fiscal 1957, which be began
gan began Sunday,' is expected to total a a-bout
bout a-bout 36 billion dollars. This in
cludes funds left over, from past
, Wilson, continuing his "lay it on
F. Twining, Air -Force1 chief ofjthe line'sr appearance tefore the
Senate :. subcommittee .challepged
assertions by his Democratic cri critics
tics critics and some military experts that
America is losing the airpower
race to Russia.
. He conceded the Soviets are
"catching up from a very low
beginning." But he said ."I don't
happen to think we are fallina
behind." He taid Wt are ahead
i the Ruttiana and .expect to
keep it that way." : ;;
'Ahead .In what?"
Henry M. Jackson (R-Wash.), one
of the sharpest critics of the ad.
mi'nlei.ftt,An. J -f l
mimau.ugu 9 ucicngc policies.
."In general military iteagliJ
WJson replied.!iir;r .'
Sen. Sam : JV Ervin Jr.' (D-N.C
commented that if he, gave 4 his
wife more money than she asked
for clothing, he was sure ahe would
interpret this as meaning he want.'
ed her to spend more money oq
clothing. r .
Wilson described the funds as
"extra credit in the bank." He
said there was no point in "freez "freezing"
ing" "freezing" the B-52 program by placing
advance orders further ahead than
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