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PANAMA, K. P THURSDAY, JULY 5, 19SC
I I E COMES THE BRIDE Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Mil Miliar
iar Miliar are shown after their marriage in "?n&S
the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Barrett in South i Salem, .N.Y;
Rabbi Robert Goldberg officiated at the double ng
mony. The couple had been married In a civil ceremony on
, June 29. "'. '
::Iun Lock Guard Fined $100
Per Hot Reporting Accident
Upon his plea of guilty to the
misdemeanor of v leaving tne
f traffic accident ana
railins to report the accident to
nnii tjihftrii si. Kresee was
round' guilty in Cristobal Mag'
iatrate s Court today.
I was sentenced by judge
E.I.P. Tatdman to pay a fine
of jiP and to a 30-day jail
The iail term was suspended
it on gooa Dei"""""
28-year-old f American
c f Margarita was put
i ? w one year.
. V"1 v-v thi
to the misdemeanor, Kresge said
he had picked up a woman at
10th Street and Bolivar Avenue
in minn on the evenlm of June
is nH hnrt-ririven with her in
his car in the direction 01 am
' As they arove aiong, ne
ht lumned from his ear. He
nu he did not know for eer
tain whether the woman later
found dead alone the high
way1 was the same ene who
V.J 1 ft la?
um u ecu ;u mm ,, J
Rirt .Tohn Fettler. who had
choruK of the Investigation
iiiYimari7i(J the nase for the
Infant Girl y
Dies of Polio
Terry Barbour, six-week-old
daughter of Airman and Mrs
Samuel Barbour, of Locona, died
of polio at Gore as Hospital
Thursday morning. The chud
was admitted to the hospital last
Monday and was Immediately
placed on the seriously ill list.
Thli was the second fatality
from pol'e which has occur occurred
red occurred recently at Gorgas Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. A two-year-old boy from
Colon died early last month.
The Barbour babv is the sec
ond member of the family to be
admitted to the hospital for po
lio treatment. Her brother. Den
nis, 14 months, is still a patient
having oeen stricken about two
The family had been llvine at
Coco Soli to but moved last week
to Locona. Airman Barbour is
on duty at Albrook Air Force
There have been IS admis
sions to Gorgas during the cur
rent polio season.
Twice To YKCA; :
SI: -Is Pork (hops
The food at Balboa YMCA
cweinlly pork chops sopms (o
i i 1 1 'e s"Pr 1 i i" fie
STEEL PLANT SHUT DOWN The Gary, Ind., works of the U.S. Steel Corp. presents an un unusual
usual unusual scene of Inactivity as a result of the strike of steel workers which shut down the plant.
The furnaces are banked, the mills are qulefc and no ore is being unloaded.
: On Independence Day, Yesterday. jov. Potter Was.
Can al Zones Busiest
. K-r on
v e Lad earlier been
i ('Attorney RowlandjK.
, d r nved the court for.dis for.dis-U
U for.dis-U Cf the felony charge aft--r
he analyzed the evidence to
i' charges grew out of the
' i of a Panamanian woman
:aiel Scott, 25. after' hav ng
Pn found unconscious beside
- Iivar Highway The District
omey said he did not feel the
v,vrrnment had sufficient evl evl-re
re evl-re to -support the s felony
i n 'making Ws plea of guilty
. EI:cIricd ;
. .J;:r4:nl Reports;.
I Notices of changes In-, fre-'quency-sensltlve
electrical eauh? eauh?-ment
ment eauh?-ment in the central area (Gam (Gam-boa.
boa. (Gam-boa. Summit and Paraiso) which
is ,cheduii w "'-"r.r'
, .,u va rpnorted in writ-
; to the Power Conversion
ret. Room 302. Admtalstea Admtalstea-i
i Admtalstea-i Eullding, Balboa Heights,
.."..j v.. HirfMited to the Cen-
, ;.rea EngineerPower Con-
i Project, BUiiamg j o.
a. telephone 6-505. -'.
4 change7 is being made
e the transier oi w
1 rfluipment in the central
from the Engineering Di Di-;
; Di-; i n ty Power Conversion
j t for use in admlnister-
nn tract fOT UUS WWi.
; 5 u-i. winr-prnlne conver-
the Pacific area should
tn'he made to the En-
lag Division. Those In the
,c Area should be made
. Atlantic Area t-ngineer,
. rnnverslon Project, Build-
1 5, Mount Hope; telephone
- ier on duty atTt Ama--,
arfmitted this morning
ice in the courts of the
-i Gelbwaks. who has been
i to the machine records
-re last April, had the
ndation of, the 4 Canal
; a vounii New Yorker
iuated from City Col Col-;
; Col-; ,2 and from the school
at York University
s f or a time on the staff
: strict Attorney in New
1 has also done some
r the Legal Aid Sc-
m:-1 tO COO EulO 1,
ant.nnsv shuwinr that 1
mla hppn fractured almost
around. This indicated her in.
juries resulted from a hard fall
rather than having' been. hit by
a heavy blow. ;. --
after torle anneared In XXA
papers asking Information as to
where the victim nan peen seen
thnt nitrht: a witness came for
ward who knew her and who
testified that he saw hef enter
an automobile at the corner pf
10th nd BoUvar. He also gave
a description or her-r maie com companion;
panion; companion; This led to the appre apprehension
hension apprehension of Kresge. t
Asked by police wny lie on
not come forward In response
to the published requests,
Kresge told the officer, that
he feared ridicule and was not
certain of the woman's tdent)-
i la- ...
r Un '!.urnuig was Rupert Scott, 26, a
auiuaiu nuv van vutuu uia
uuuic ... ..
: Last December he was released!
from Gamboi Penitentiary ; after
serving a term for Healing food
stuffs from the Balboa Y."
When the "Y" found its kitchen
screen cut on June 18, and some
of its pork ehops missing, police
discovered Scott s fingerprints ai
round. .the place;
Busiest man on the Isthmus yes-.
tcrday was probably Gov, Wil William
liam William E. Potter. - -v,
Most Isthtmans reported a quiet
day. Even the police took it easy,
tor a cnange. ... v
But the Governor was en the
9, spreading the spirit of ind ind-ptndence
ptndence ind-ptndence and seed will from
morning till night..
First off he spoke to assembled
Isthmians in Cristobal, then pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to Gatun to encourage the
community festivities at the pool.
!!y mid;!ay, he had recrossfd the
f iimns i ) ,Mi t"i1 f-r the r-
le s court t h i si" m i""- 1
iariy aiiernoon iouna j ouer
gain facing an audience this time
at the American Legion's 4th of
July observance at Ft- Amador,
Znonian noted that here, as at
Cristobal and Gatun, he spoke cor cordially
dially cordially and readily, without notes.
Evening found him among, the
eroun making merry at El Pana
ma under the auspices of the A-
Fireworks were banned on the
Canal Zone by law for the first
time this year,
them ever Inte the lone, fire
works vendors -were lined up en
the sidewalk near "J" Street.
, Thomas L. Sellers, president of
the Margarita Civic Council, re
ported enthUKiiatic turnouts for the
events scheduled at Gatun and
ta; and 303, bottle of wine donat-
The wire screen was repaired.
But on June 21 custodians found
it cut again. Taking stock of the
larder, the "Y" found some things
missing pork chops. Again the
police located scotts fingermarks.
Charged with the two burglaries
today, Scott 'waived preliminary
ed by the Cristobal Gun Club.
Other numbers winning miscel.
laneous donated prizes are: Nos.
2034, 5Z7, 1681, 37. 1338, 1307, and
1110. .-: j
The American Leeioa's celebra
tion at Ft, Amador was success
ful, as far as it went..
Twelve Individuals Who bought! But many Pacific Sidors de-
tickets for the Atlantic side Inde- plered the absence of a big com com-pendence
pendence com-pendence Day celebration failed to monity-wido observance with
claim nrizes' which were won by noite and fun for all.
their tickets, ?it was announced.- "My kids were disappointed,
i 'jts , . "5 one Balboa mother summed it up.
Thee prizes may b claimed Dy ..Wo ridcs, no fireworks, nothing."
i.a.-y ri-kf' nv p- .- .... . r v. : h "i,iv
sentirg u,e si .us tn pc-i; ,, al i- j "Dull and Hat. 1 d.uo't even gu out
Margarita Post OUice. bcllers has ijje house." ,
asaea mat au wno oougw ucaeis
compare their numbers with the
following which are prize winners:
No. 1240, two cunners at me tucs
Club; 1303 two dinners at the Cns Cns-tcbal
tcbal Cns-tcbal Yacht Club; 1141 and 1626,
case of beer each, donated by the
Knights of Columbus in Margari-
Neither In the Balboa or Crls.
tobal Districts Was it necessary
to arrest anyone for fireworks
.Cristobal police arrested nobody
on Independence Day for any rea rea-mnn
mnn rea-mnn Ruihna officers iaid they knew
;f no disorders or serious acci-
6!rlr 14, Admils
01 t'kn In Colon
trial in U. S. District Court.
He cave no reason as wwny
she left hU cr.: K:'. TBIIt ....
After this morning's trier, ne, r i inrs MIIUniCY
.... ti- tM. j jaMa.4Hl tlat
wa not represented by counsel.
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US Imports v
Increase In 1955
NEW "YORK. July 5-i(UP)
U S- Imports increased to a rec-i
ord hish of more than SlU bil
lion In 1955, the Federal Re
serve Bank o? New York report reported
ed reported todays .; .;-,
, .;-, The Bank said In Us July re
view of credit and business con
ditions that In the past 10 years
UA Imports have climbed 177
per cent from the 1945 level of
54.1 Dimon. ,.!-, yty
hearing on both pork chops thef j few reports T of
h.raJr. hni.nd nv 4 nr ts. They hada few reports i m
. "".KrioVari havind been nroDDea
from moving cars.
Passers-by at Ancon eeomor
saw a few kWt lighting fire fireworks
works fireworks en the Panama Side ef
4th of July Avenue and totting
Admitted To Bar
A New York attormw was ad admitted
mitted admitted temporarily to the bar of
U. 8. District Court today for
the purpose of appearing In the
Canal Zone pilots' suit against
the Panama CanaL t ; :
Joseph M. Stone was permit permitted
ted permitted to appear In the suit of
Boyd et al vs. the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Company. The suit is due
to come up on Monday.
Stone is a member of the New
York Bar and of the bar of the
District of Columbia.
He has also been ; admitted
for practice before the Supreme
1 Court of the United States.
Fails ta Show At v Ransom Site
WESTBURY, N.Y., July 5 (UPllclwk in their hunt for the kid
The kidnaoer of one-month old'naper. : -..
Peter Weinbreeer had failed tor Peter was udnapea duimg tne
pick, up 82,000 in ransom money few moment nis motner, Mrs.
two snd one-half hours after it1 Morris Weinberger had stepped in-
was placed by a large tree in to the house to talk with a maid.
accordance-with tin demand. Do- Anotner child, Lewis, 3, w a s
lice announced today. ; a I playing indoors. When Mrs. Wein-
A i scared sim Kianaper naoi oerger reiurnea u ui pauo, re'
threatened to kill the month old
boy abducted from bis ; carriage
unless the $2,000 ransora'was paid
by 10 this morning. s
The baby, Peter Winberger, was
kidnaped about S p.m. yesterday
from bis carnage on the rear
patio of his wealthy family's $40.
000 h e m e in the fashionable!
Wheatley Villa district of nearby
West bury, on Lone Island.
A Kidnap note to the baby's
father. Morris Weinberger, a drug
supplies salesman, demanded the1
ransom money by 10 a.m. and
ter was gone.
The barely-legible ransom note
said m part:
"I hate to do this to yon, but
I am in great need. I am scared
stiff. I could ask for more but I
am asking only for what I n e e Z.
Put $2,000 in small bills is a ga-
BUENOS AIRES. July 5 (UP)
Argentine government awr
demanded todav that oust
ed dictator Juan D. Peron's pri private
vate private fortune be turned over tc
the state. "";..
Thev areued before th Na
tional Board for the recovery of
state assets he allegedly confis confiscated.
cated. confiscated. Although Peron received
a total of only 818,280 pesos as
aalarv from 1946 through 1955.
his assets in Argentina wnen ne
fled the country amounted iq
150 million pesos, v . 1
The attorney said he proba
bly had much greater fortune
abroad. They demanded this be
turned over to the Argentine
government, too. ;
peron has claimed much of
his fortune came from gifts. The
government attorneys pointed
out the nenal code forbids gov
ernment officials to receive
Village In Assam
Claims Title ;
As Wettest Place
CALCUTTA, India, July 4 (UP)
rage (the address of the garage Mawsynram, a growing tribal
specified but Withheld by po- vriage to Assam, ciaimea yesier-
lice). Do not notify police before day it is ?ne -worlds wettest
noon tomorrow or I'll have to kill'plaee.
vniirhhy .1 Mawsynram announced that 449.
a ..! 'aa i i -M m .11 i. a i Ml 1
scene of ine Kidnaping was less as ucnes oi ram ieu m we um
save inslructionn for leavine the than three miles from East Mea
$2,000 at a specified garage in the dow, where Stephen Damman 3,
neishborhood.- -. (was abducted last Oct 31 from
. A rtnak n fear enveloped the onlsirfu a supermarket while his
entire community as 50 detectives! mother shopped. Stephen has nev lest title, had a were 365.6S inches
and uniformed police raced the) er been found; of rain in the same period v
six months of 1956. The neighbor
ing village of Cherrapunjis, with
which Mawsynram has been in-
competition for the world's wet-i
A 14-vear.old clrl today con
fessed before the Colon Secret
Police to the hammer-siaying or
Colombian man in nis room
last Mav 6 in Colon.
- The girt, Argentina Torres,
said she his Nestor M. Anumaua
with two blows when he at-
temnted to force his attentions
on her after locking the door of
his room, where she was nnns. nnns.-1ns)
1ns) nnns.-1ns) -with- hlnv --s
She said Ahumada told hef he
would kill her if she did not ac accede
cede accede to his wishes and boasted
that h had killed his wife in
Colombia "and dldnt mind sou
in- another woman." 1 ;
Araentina aald she then crab
bed a nearby hammer and hit
him on the lornt or nis neaa
with all the might she could
muster. After he fell to the
floor, she- hit him again on the
back of the neaa.
When ? ahe realized he was
dead, the girl said she left the
room about 2:30 a.m. and awoke
a taxi driver she encountered
near the bulldlne and drove to
a hotel several blocks away.
She said she did not go into
the hotel after the taxi left, but
went across the street and sat
in the park on a bench opposite
the nubile market.
A policeman passed oy and
wanted1 to know what -she was
doing In the nark alone at that
fftmrjnd she left the park and
went to the home of a friend
where she staved until 11 a m
when she went to her sister's
homeifc the Atlantic side town
of Rio Duaue.
Prom there she went to the
town of Girnl where detectives
found her after Tunning down a
number of clues connecting her
with the dead man.
. .,. A"j
CHICAGO. July 5 (UP) The
Nation today, tallied its traffic
dead from one of the most disss disss-trot
trot disss-trot midweek holidays on itcord
despite an all-out highway en
A United Press count of the pe
riod from 6 p.m. Tuesday to mid midnight
night midnight last night showed that 120
persons were killed in traffic.
Drawings kuied 73 persons,
plane crashes four, miscellaneous
accidents 33 and fireworks one
for sn overall total of 231.
( Nod H. Dearborn, president of
the National Saftty, Council,
aid July 4 traffic accidents took
about the same number ef lives
at the Grand Canyon airliner
collision, which killed 121.
v.j PITTSBURGH, July 5 (UP) IJederal mediators meet
with key officials of the United Steelworkers and the basic
steel industry's "Big Three" today in exploratory first steps
to cut short tin economy-periling steel strike.
f As the walkout of 650,000 steelworkers entered its
fifth day, an informed source in Washington indicated the
government also has not entirely ruled out the possibility
of applying for a Jeff-Hartley anti-strike injunction.
j "We'll have to wait and see how long the strike lasts
and how seriously it may affect the rest of the economy'
j The nation's transportation industry was already
feeling the pinch with some 45,000 to 50,000 workers idled
because of loss of steel business.
Federal Mediation Director
Joseph F. Finnlgan initiates gov government
ernment government action in the deadlock deadlocked
ed deadlocked contract dispute in separate
conferences with labor and man
Finnegan was scheduled to be
filled In on the USW's stand by
president J. McDonald at the
union's International headquar headquarters
ters headquarters here. 4
Later Finnegan will confer
w1h .Tn'in F'fn" Vice
r1 ".' at ti L o i'l .vOip.
Thomas W-Tatton. wee presi'
rtpnt ol ReDubl'.c Steel, and John
Morse, counsel for Bethlehem
The mediator, after hearing
from both sides, will consider
ways of helping the parties get
The mediation service cannot
force itself Into the dispute nor
can it impose a settlement
The mediators will return to
Washington tonight. 2 v
Slugged Cab Driver
Hoi Yel Fit Enough
To Appear In Court
"We can only hope that the na
tion is half at excited and horri
fied over this catastrophe as it
was over the single, more drama dramatic
tic dramatic air accident and that there
is equal determination to see that
such a nediess nouday
never' happen again,
said. ".. 1. .'
- Texas led all other states with
14 traffic deaths for the worst ho-!
lidsy record, Michigan was second!
with 10, South Carolina reported
nine, and Georgia and Illinois bad
The Italian taxi driver Who
was severely beaten about the
face and head wnue Deing rou rou-bed
bed rou-bed last Saturday night has not
recovered sufficiently to appear
in court today. : .;,
Gorgas Hospital authorities
Informed Canal Zone police to
that effect this morning. They
added, however, that 53-year-old
Carmelo Malnierl was greatly
imnroved and will perhaps be
well, enough for discharge in
three or lour aays.
Learning that the complain'
inar witness could not amear to
day, Distrist Attorney Rowland
K. Hazard said he planned to
told cai move this afternoon for a con-
T)rtvtrn,tinuanc until Mondav of the
robbery charge on wmcn tnree
American soldiers and a young
Panamanian are being held in
Balboa Jail. -, v
The accused soldiers are Ra'ph
Perry Sanders, 23, Pnup ,Tnor
State reporting no traffic deaths
included Arizona, Delaware, Ida-
ho Indiana. Maryland. Massachu.
jptu. NeDrasKa. new Mexico, u-
regon, Utah,' Vermont, West Virgi-I
nis and Wyoming.
wald Console, 20 and High David
saxe, 20. me Panamanian ue ue-fendant
fendant ue-fendant Is Nicky Adrian Nbvi Nbvi-kov
kov Nbvi-kov Sanders. 19.
Thev are charged with having
rbbbed Malnierl of a watch and
his automobile. ;
Airlines Agree To Limit Liquor
To Head Otf Aerial Prohibition
Thft Bold Focts
LONDON, July 5 (UPV-Men do
not shed tears when they are up.
set, a London doctor said today,
fhev shed hair, instead.
Dr. S. J..Van Pelt, writing (n
the British Journal of Scientific
Hypnotism, said the Incidence of
baldness among men who worry
was greater than among devil-may-care
"Women are more likely to find
relief in tears," he said. "By keep keeping
ing keeping a stiff upper lip the strong si silent
lent silent man may be reserving for
himself bald pats."
WASHINGTON, July 5 (UP) Only six of the 47 domestic sir sir-be
be sir-be nation's domestic scheduled line service drinks some at a dol dol-riinni
riinni dol-riinni hiva aereed to keen their, lar a shot and some free. Two
British Vice Girls
Flock To Enterlsin
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: PORTSMOUTH,' England, July
5 (UPl-tThe U.S. Navy came ti
.town today.--i.,nht be' l it
camfr thousands r' prcsntu'..
and goodtime tun ready to
cash In on the: presence of 8000
free-spending American sailors.
' The American fleet consists of
six ships carrying midshipmen -on
their annual cruise. They ar arrived
rived arrived yesterday for 1 1 week's,
"Vice girls flock to meet U.S,
Navy," headlined The London
Daily Sketch. "Good time girls
by the hundreds invade naval
town," the Dally Mirror said.
The arrival of the American
sailors and the playgirls came
as Britain itself was in the mlri
wmpt to outlaw prostitution. .'
Portsmouth civic officials ad
mitted that girls from as far
away as Manchester, Birming Birmingham,
ham, Birmingham, Leeds and Cardiff had1
come to town to meet the Amer- v
leans. But under Britain's loose
anti-vice laws, oolice are nrac-
tically powerless. J
Portsmouth hsolice .officials
said they had strengthened the 1
city's vice squad to keep an eye
on the girls. They said all they
could do was to keep the girls
irom openiy souciung on tnt
Streets as they do In London.
Heart Allsck Fells
Panama Physician ;
ur. luis YESiarino
Dr. Luis Vallarino. a prominent
Panamanian physician, died follow
Ing a heart attack early yesterday
HAMttMiV r kia n M SI rt maul.
Ce 'v 'V "i ., ,- . ;
The body ol the 37-year-old doc
tor was flown to Panama City in
a chartered plane. Funeral sere sere-ices
ices sere-ices were conducted this-morning
at Cristo Rey Church.
At the time of his death. Dr.
Vallarino was medical director of
the Social Security service, and of
the San Fernando Clinic, a major
in the. medical crops of the Na.
tional Guard, president of the Union
Club in addition, to being promi prominently
nently prominently affiliated with several oth-.
er Institutions'. .
He is survived by his wife, Mar
airlines have agreed to keep their, lar a shot and some free.
Sassengers from getting ft 1 g ft e r omer unei serv nine oniy. -isn
their planes unless they csn I Ihe new agreement does not
manage it on two drinks. , include the servmg of beer and
The air transport association an- wine,
nounced that airlines have agreed I - : 1
to standardize their policies on' At hearings on the House bill
serving liquor aboard planes. this year, a shapely stewardess
The agreement provides that no said she had to lock herself in
airlinn will Dromote the availabi-.' the cockpit to escape the clutches
lity of drinks, that a limit of two of a drunken and passionate pas-, The 26-year-old Luigi rushed
drinks to a passenger will be ad-'sehger.. Another said a woman to the hotel and found Annetla
hered to and that no drluk wall passenger staged and ineDi iateu
contain more than L ounces of striptease. -.. ;J':-X''t,-'
alcoholic beverage. H ." '.;..
The airlines .uncorked their The air transport association
two-drink rule hi an apparent ef- told congress this might be true,
fart in head oft a move in but would not blame it on drinks
Cjngress for complete aerial pro-!suplied by the airlines., It a a id Today Luigl Was back In Jail
hibition. The House interstate and some passengers sneak aboard serving two months and 22 days
Hide Out :
TURIN, Italy, July 3 J(UP) -Luizi
Caouano. freed from lail
after serving time on a miner
charge, rushed home to surprise
his pretty wife. Annetla, 24.
She was not there. He learned
she had gone to a nearby hotel..
in a room with Mario Oiaml-
nardl. Neither had on a, stitch
of clothes. t
The enraged husband beat up
Ola'minardi and .threw him out
of the hotel.'
foreign commerce committe had 'with a snootful or have luj
aooroved a bill forbidding the their luggage. The house Oil
serving of drinks on airlines, 'nothing about that,
on charges lof "Immoral acts" for
forcing a naked man to seei
refuge In a public place.
TS2 FAXAMA AMERICAN AN fNTJEPENDILVf DAELT KIWSPAPt2"V
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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FOUNDED NlUOIt nounwItUi
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THE MAIL BOX
. By VICTOR RIESEL
Unharnessed indignation, has all
the value of canal front property
on the moon. Ever since a thug
n a n a e a me a blindfold, every
body s been yelling shame and
what can we do about all this.
xne weather being ,,wnat it is.
everybody then ran for the air.
conditioning units and watched the
late, late show.
Well, nearly everybody. One of
those who didnt-is new York
City's FBI-trained Commissioner
of Police, Stephen Kennedy. He
set up a special racket smashing
squad, which is a sort of munici
pal central intelligence group that
oer' communities might well
copy. Los Angeles is the only oth
.v ..lajor city in the country with
such an agency.
Amotiv month azo the Panama Canal Co. said to From now on, this unit will alert
.n.-mitttt, or else." : The -the FBI, or the pohce of other
"or else" meant no safety shoes, no work. In about, a wee s
ttae you never aw a better shod bunch of workers la the
Wh0Sw2Si had new shoes, from the InS!
imlipst lnrai-iftter It sure was a beaatiful sight to see every every-STe
STe every-STe aSit thehops, taking big, long steps and some
even singing 'The Steel Top Blues. n
. The results are Just beginning to show up Corns are
mroutine where there never were any- bunions, too. The
SirSsts are doing a cutting business. Customers are sit sit-i$2ffiS
i$2ffiS sit-i$2ffiS S S in line, awaiting their turn. About 30
e7cent of the employes are hobbling to work, K5
. another month It should reach 50 per Cent. Approxtolteiy
three per cent are on leave recuperating. Oh death, where is
I am a firm believer In safety, but this has. gone from the
sublime to tee ridiculous. In the first place, safe y sh oes are
necesXy on certain jobs, but turely it aoes not toclude tU Jobs
in the Canal Co. In the second place, we had to buy these
shoes through the Commissary, regardless of the size and fit.
, Thereiore au me mouuw uc8u.B "f"t onov
I have a tio for some of you brother foot sufferers, soak
- vour fwt to warm water and soap for about 15 minutes; Then
4 ha"e X wife gW friend start cutting the corn away. This
' wUl reK the pato for about 15 days. Then repeat the process
every 15 days, because as long as you wear the shoes, the corns
and bunions wiu continue w grtw. v f
Of course there is a chance of getting blood poisoning, but
It is only 25 per cent. So three out of every four can stay alive.
LHas anyone got a cure or a suggestion?
SAN ANTONIO GUBLE
Sir: : .;
:'r ..ji.. j .nccoj unH onnrtltlnns ftN eettinB
Anoiner ary woe, ia p"" T" V 0, :j:. j
j..t uoji a rfrivo nut. in the country Sunday and
. found the ground that had been prepared for planting was sua
" lavlne idle and not a tning pianiea. . . .
AayiSLi S iJrt the ikie to ln-ieaUonat Falcon Dam,
. JIJIU'V w- "7. . .1. J
I leaving the viUey In the same iuc was m oewre ru -built
Ftr wate they wul have to fall back on pumps to get
what water they can below the dam. mA
The vegetableL shipments from there are still heavy and
several planeloads go into Northern markets every night. I am
- Z ioinort f okra. is shinned to Chicago six days a
week A friend of mine in Canada writes that all their winter
f'vi. .nma frnm th Vftiiev excent dates and he wants
to know why. The dates are ust coming into bearing. Dates
i are hard to case, and before maturity mu8fe. be. protected from
the birds by wire screens. On our last trip through the yauey
we saw many palms Just coming -into bearing. ; Would Ukejtc
make one more trip to the valley before 1."
just informed a new powerful glass has come in tee mar mar-ket
ket mar-ket for the near-blind and hope to get a try at them this week.
Frank Is breaking in two men to lake his ilace and may be
able to retire soon. Maybe I'll tell you more next week.
hUr'r.J:n':-. Pop Wright
towns, whenever teams of thugs
out of this city for a "hit" in
other areas. All movements will
rA and analyzed and the
nrooer law agencies notified any
' t i i :,. .i
wt t ie in me ana. wiu isse
only 24 men to do this. And they
wiu be Key men, tor me commis commissioner
sioner commissioner has been screening his force
of 22,000 for this highly-qualified
If the ciuzennr of any city want
to know just how Commissioner
Kennedy h a n d 1 e d the racket
smashing innovation, here for the
first time, is his specific order to
hi men: . ' -.
"This order is concerned wim
observing, reporting and taking
proper police action against acts
of unlawful intenerence or oi a
rackeerini nature which may af
fect the economic life of this city
and welfare of its citizens", the
The rights of, all individuals,
labor organizations and business
enterprises to work and live in a
climate of law and order, free
from any sort of criminal inter interference,
ference, interference, cannot be stressed too
strongly. It is imperative that all
'Tiemoers of Ihe force be fully
aware at all times of these rights
"lo maite every effort to see that
they are protected. Any criminal
action which may jeopardize these
rights must be dealt with quickly
Slight Change Noticed in Our Domestic Reds
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WASHINGTON The raosV fm-' future." "chances." and
portant question, next to the stal. The public, however, &c a
us of Eisenhower's health, is Dr. White's fine print
whether the American people are On May 12 when E.;
getting the true facts about his was given his head-to t. :
health.' ical examination, ,he w?
There have been, so many con- nounced in splendid cor,.:,
flicting statements by distin. a word" was said about 1
guished doctors, some of them at history of stomach up
the lop of their profession, regard- called ileitis.
ing ileitis that the public is con- On June 10, Dr. Snyder
fused. It's quite possible also that told newsmen thai Ike t
the President himself may be con-. ileitis before. When new new-fused.
fused. new-fused. quired how the doctors
To ascertain whether the public make 'an accurate dia :
has been getting the whole truth, rapidly, it was explained
here is a review of the various
health incidents in the President's
life and the public statements
made about them by his personal
doctor, Maj. Gen. Howard Snyder
and bis press relations expert
On Aug. 4. 1953 a statement that
Eisenhower had high blood pres
sure was flatly denied by Hagerty.
Yet in 1948, Kay Summersby, the
British WAC who was Eisenhow
er's secretary during the warJniained, "there was no m
wrote m her book "Eisenhower ition of the ileum."
were familiar witn nis i
On June 14 when n
asked Hagerty why the ilc.
dition hadn't been given t
public after the "head-to t
amination" he Teplied: "It u
show up," and he referred r
men to a previous staten i t
"In' the head-to-toe e
tion," Snyder had previo
' By BOB RUARK
We" aim to save you a 'little,
trouble today. If only to capsule
what the Democrats' will be doing
about Ike's illnesses. Having as
sociated with such people as fight
managers, baseball players, ana
other cheap politicians,!, the shape
is roughly as follows
umy oy men una viguam, w"-,attack and a bellyache. Tins is
seivaUon on the part of aU mem-material Tnis i8 ammunition. This
bers on me iorce can uireais ur.j, campaign ftuff.
acts agauisi uiu eupic m asw
'Seemingly unrelated incidents,
1 1 1 MAM
Blue Cross. President" got How about. "A man Is only as
everything. Everybody got Blue 'good as his small intestine"? No.
Cross. You can smell the ether in; it's vulgar. Now I got it, I got it,
it You can see them fiat-iopteu i tell you. "Ike's last meal may
nurses tromping s down them be his last, and waaddaya wane,
soundproof halls, carrying that Nuon for dessert?" J
swill, they; feed you in hospitals,! And how about this? "His heart
that 'gunk with the iodine in it, and is tricky, 'and sq is his second
the formaldehyde smell. Also them I man." You got it. I think I rate a
lines .they bring you when you; raise for this one,
Remember Roosevelt? Remem
ber we got Truman out of it be because
cause because the Old Man. was sick and
when examined in complete con.Jwouldn.t teU nobody? Practically
text, may expose a picture which wrecked party shove me a
unnM hav' remained nldden had
look like you might not make it
"Blue Cross president." ureal,
Hey? .r. rri ?fl y
Skip golf. You overworked that
one. And fishing, too. Knoekine
healthy outdoor sports ain't going
to get you nowhere! with a do-it-
A QUESTION OF MAIL BOX ETHICS
'., Blr: v .
A letter signed "An Observer" In the Mail Box of July 2
I changes mendaciously that I wrote a recent letter to the Mail
nm niiorcestinir that I be sriven a column in The Panama Amer-
1 lean. It is my understanding that tee Mail Box requires a
responsible signature on letters from writers who do not have
I the courage to permit use of then names.
' Therefore, I want to ask you, in tee- interests of fair play,
1 whether the letter, referred to above was signed by Its writer.
Also, whether you, as responsible Editor, believe that I did write
th itter ft chareed bv "An Observer"? Also, if the letter in
I question bore a responsible signature, whether you believe that
I torged somebody's name to it?
they not : all been brought intoi
focus. ',; :
. "It Is only by having this lnior lnior-mntinn
mntinn lnior-mntinn nrooarlv reported to a cen
tral agency geared and trained to
evaluate au uiese inciaeuis uiai uic
derartmetit: can obtain a clearer
pictureof a possible criminal con
spiracy ano, armea wim uus in information,
formation, information, better serve and pro protect
tect protect the public. ,.,.Js Y ',i
"Accordingly any memoer oi we
force obtaining information relative
tn unlawful acts, either threat
ened or already committed, shall
nrnmntlv renort such information
to his commanding omcer unci
taking any immediate police ac
tion required oy ine cuxuiu-
"Threat or Incidents involving
assaults, malicious mischief, ; ex-
the order stated.
Thm th intrl mtelheence un
it made: up of only 24 men, will
be able to Keep iao on ui uuu uuu-world,
world, uuu-world, not only for New York but
for the countryside, as the mobs
flow in and out of New York. f
... V. Miimai) that Ttllfi
There la no way that I can defend myself against the libel- : ... information and central
, ihcorv.r" hut vnn Rpftftr Friltnr. have the g uuoiuiouuu
Now I see it this -way, fellows.
We got to capitalize on an old
mistake, and we come up smell
ing like a rose. We. view with a-
larm. We admit Wer nade a mis
take in letting the Old Man have
that fourth term when anybody
knew he was about to croak, We
shoulda pastured him. and we got
a better background to buck Ike's
bellyache. But. lose a dollar, win
a dollar, What we tossed off on the
merry go round we get oacn on
the swings. 1
Now, first off., we heed a slogan.
I think I got it: "Blue Cross Prest
. So we got a tag. Now we got yourself voter, Chances are he got
to have a slogan.. While House is a two-tone car and a bag of clubs
where the President lives, ain't it hisself. ;-.r f r
You remember an old beat up
movie called "Men in White"?
Clark Gable or Sonny Tufts or
Was My Boss" on pages 30 and
167: "He was inclined to suffer
from high blood pressure and neu neuritis
ritis neuritis was likely to visit his shoul shoulder",
der", shoulder", v. "The general suffered
bad, headaches and complained
about his blood pressure
bursitis, is sxui witn tne rresioent
while high blood pressure is con
tributory to a heart condition.
In May. 1952. lust before Eisen
hower was to leave Paris, he suf
fered a ten-day siege of what was
probably ileitis. Several high Re.
publicans were in Paris to see him
to prepare for the GOP conven
tion, but were told Ike was busy
with final plans concerning the de
fense of Europe, could see no one.
Meanwhile he was running such a
high fever that he was delirious
and talked of moving troops and
eallme eeneral. staff meetings.
Meanwhile, newsmen who did
not know he was sick wanted a
farewell press conference: the
GOP politicians were getting rest
less; cand General Ridgway was
soon to arrive. A public appear
ance became inescapable.
Finally a French speciab'st was
called in to assist Dr. Snyder. He
took Ike off antibiotics, and short shortly
ly shortly thereafter the general was well
enough to ride to the airport to
welcome Ridgway,' though wear wearing
ing wearing dark glasses. His car was
rushed to the privacy of an air airplane
plane airplane hangar immediately after afterward
ward afterward to let Ike rest. tr
This incident was never re-
Yet Snyder had cared f r e i
repeated cases at Key i
Paris, in Washington, a
blandly admitted to newstr t
the President had a history U iLe
That is part of the re 1 c
how the American people ha -e ro
been told the truth about the Prts
lAmt't health. It's atroni'v sis
pected that perhaps the. Presiicc
himself has not been .told the en
tire truth either, :
THE LADY FROM HAWAII ..
GOP Delegate Mrs. Joseph R
Fflrrington of Hawaii was jubilan
after Democrats in the House In
terior Committee successfuil
blocked a Republican attempt t
revive the Hawaiian statehood bill
As Hawaii's voteless delegate ii
Ccngress, the charming Mrs. Far
rington favors statehood for hei
homefolks. But she also favors hei
own re-election next November
And she figured the Democrat"
vote against Hawaii gave her ar
excellent campaign issue.
k"This is the greatest victory I vr
she confided after
committee Democrats defeated tn
move by GOP Congressman Joh Joh-P.
P. Joh-P. Saylor of Pennsylvania to pc
the Hawaiian statehood bill start
ed toward the House noor wi -n
tion. Democrats argued that Ha
waii and Alaska must oe vu.c
upon at the same time, that lie
publican, tiawau musi.u .""
ahead of Deniocratic Alaska
'n.r inwTHi"u Veil. voaled to the public, but it was
- .: .i known to the doctors who pro-
"'Bu" U"P ... .A hi fit h..A tr.
u'iuiikcu uaau m aj. wasa mvovi v
moved in. That's one thing Harry
AWAKrul rl air f k a Arl' Ca via if' hjjH ttntna fnn him. inn amo lOG
a switch. : that kept her beak corked. Just
I don t know what's right,' but as well, because he talked enough
we cart get them bright boys in a: for all the family.
nuMicitv firm to think uo the cu
tie. Lessee. The White Housepital?
That ain't so bad for starters.
Something maybe with God Is
My Co-Pilot" in it? Men in White
"DIGESTION IN DENVER"
So now I think we got it
wrapped. We ain't reallv coins to
have to bring the issues into it,
but somebody had ought to tell
young Junior that Fascism ain't
TIn.i.A ii 4a 4 Via Kii(Trlf KavC i nnnul q t nnA kafnrA Vi n 4atpA An
t.Sn.u,.t , Truiillo he should oueht to check Went .was suffenng from
, with the steering committee. They
There was a good one, while. ever find that dead guy? Melinda,
back. About the vice presiacnt be-
dent." Get it? A taff. a hurter. He ina only a heartbeat away from
come in on a tag. "Gotta like a the job, or something like that. I
Ike with a dame named Mayme."
Wisht I'da thought of that one.
And the switchover. "We like Ike
because you like Dee." He come
tortion, coercion or similar acts in on t Ug Weump 6im out on
of unlawful interference and rack- taJJ .... ...,,,,
etcermg snau ut
know we made Truman on it, when
they was calling Dewey a "Little
Man on a Wedding Cake." Lessee
what we can da with ike's belly belly-sere.
sere. belly-sere. It is later than you think?
or whatever his name was?
One thing we got to keep buried.
Bernie Baruch had a stomach ul ulcer
cer ulcer operation when he was older
than Ike, and he'.s gonna be 86
this August. Bury it. This would
give Ike 20 years to go if it ever
ous charge of "An Observer," but, you Seftor Editor, have tee
infnrmation that is denied to me and vcu can give the answers.
Certainly, I know Dr. Arias and you well enough to go to
Jou directly, and not by an anonymous letter in the Mail Box,
1 1 ever wans to have a column in The Panama American.
, Crede Calhoun
EDITOR'S NOTE: The letter in question was certainly
not written by Crede Calhoun. Just as we once published
Sen. Joe McCarthy's sneer that Gen. George Marshall was a
traitor, and as from time to time we publish claims tbat
Shakespeare's play were written by Frasnci Bacon (or is it
Ogden Nash?), we published Observer s crack at Crede Cal Calhoun.
houn. Calhoun. We figure George Marshall, Shakespeare and Crede
Calhoun will survive this policy In equally fine shape.
GOSSD? IN CCRDNDU
He's No Democrat
we. the teenagers of Curundu, would like to mnke a com
xnent on tee gossipers who live here.
In one of your recent articles on "Manners" you discussed
the topic of gossiping about teenagers, because their reputations
are easily ruined, even though tee things said about them arent
- always true. ?. ,
We would appreciate it very much if the people would think
first, and get their minds out of the gutter, before spreading
false rumors. '". i.,..
The gossipers are mainly the women who sit around the
li'hiiikkAMKA ommrmM hnnv nvsw Ttrn rnninr aiium miwwm ma mara
. hoping that we will do something wrong, so they will be able
to twist everything around to suit their dirty minds.
Everything that happens around here Is blamed on the
teenagers, except for the few whose parents start the go&sip go&sip-'tag.
'tag. go&sip-'tag. . ... ...
We would like everyone to remember this old and well-
known proverb: "If you can't say anything nice about anyone,
don't say -anything at all."
This letW not only goes for the kids in Curundu but for
all the other teenagers In other parts of the Zone as well.
The Teenagers of Curundu
analavsis will be made available
to Mayor Robert Wagner and Gov.
Averell Harriman. oorae ui uus
mav already have been moved
innrf for earlv Friday morning
the Mayor and Governor conferred
with a majority oi xne At
Ethical Practices Committee --i
Dave Dubinsky, Jack Potofsky and
it U understood that the Mayor
an Cnvernor made it clear that
thoy wanted the city and state to
help fight the racket invasion of
labor ana mai me union curas
.nrert the New York officials
that they'd help and would not
consider this move a frontal at
tack on all labor. : t ".
&. them are those who are will-
in to crusade and who know one tVer since the 1930's,
WASHINGTON (NEA) The
political pitch now is to say that
Robert B. McLeaish, the high-liv-in!
i ex-Administrator of Depart Department
ment Department i of Agriculture's Farmers
Home Administration, was a Dem Democrat''
ocrat'' Democrat'' ,...'":---;;:-.:;-: w
By this neat device it is hoped
to explain why an embarrassed
Secretary of Agriculture Ezra
Taft Benson had to ask McLeaish
for his resignation to ? preserve
the Eisenhower administration's
"clean as a hound's tooth" repu reputation.
tation. reputation. ;
- The only trouble with this polit political
ical political Mesne clause is that Mr. Mc
Ltish isn't admitting k. ne says
he's a Republican, and he's been
ter, Texas state chairman for the' McLeaish says he was never oi
GOP and natronaee boss. Mc government oavroll before com-
Leaish replaced Dillard Lasseter,ing to Washington three years ago
how to launch one.
Kverv administration Demo
cratic and Republican alike has
it Timnnnel nroblems of v this
kind. Always there are a icw polit
ical appointees wno gei caugni ou
bise a little.
The interesting thing aoout ine
McLeaish case is how he got to
Washington in the first place, wno
rppnmmended him and why he
was hired for the Job ne was w
McLeaish now 57 says ne
was born in Texas and brought
up a Democrat, naturally. But in
the 1930's he turned against 'em.
ii wasn't enthused. he says, by
the New Deal reforms. He thought
thejr'put toomuch paternalism in
in the 1940's he became an all
out Republican and has voted for
every GOP presidential candidate
McLeaish savs he save money
to the Eisenhowercampaign fund
and worked in southeast lexas lor
hi election. He is a close friend,
he says, of Gov. Allan Shivers,
leader of the Texas Shivercrats
who split off from the Democrats
and helped carry tne state tor &i
senhbwer in 1952.
McLeaish says he did not ask
ftr a government job. But shortly
lftei inauguration, he got a letter
from Secretary Benson, asking
him to come to Washington. He
was interviewed bjk Benson, of-
Georgia Democrat who had been
head of FHA for the tprevious
Farmers Home Administration
is a New Deal-born credit agency
intended to help small farmers.
It also administers the disaster
relief program. It is government
paternalism at its best or worst,
depending on how you look" at it.
The question arises as to why a
man who thought there was too
much paternalism in government
should be nirea for uus parucu
The position of FHA adminis
trator Is filled by presidential ap-
During the war he had served
cn Texas advisory committees of
War Production Board, War Food
Administration, war Manpower
uimmission and UFA.
McLeaish has a good Texas
business record. He is a graduate
of St. Mary's U. and specialized
at U.-of Texas. He has been exec executive
utive executive vice president of Sugartex
C-wp., general manager of Texas
Citrus Exchange, ; president of
Port Isobel Corp. and a member
of Rio Grande Planning Board.
Farm organizations Charge that
under McLeaish s administration
On Sept. 24, when Ike was first
stricken in Denver, Dr. Snyder
first announced at 8 A.M. that the
President had suffered a "diges
tive upset" At noon the summer
White House announced the Pres-
It was- natural for Dr. Snyder
to suspect indigestion; because Ike
bad a long history of what is now
publicly calledoileitis. Not only did
it occur in Paris but in Key West,
and several times in Washington
Later, it was admitted at the sum
mer White House that Snyder had
noted the "first symptom" of a
heart attack as early as 2:45 A.M.,
though at 8 A.M. he called it a
On Feb, 15. 1956. Immediately
after Dr. Paul Dudley White's pre
diction that Dee could carry on
"five to ten years of active life,
Dr. Samuel Levine of the Harvard
Medical : School challenged that
anvone could predict a heart pa
ticnt's life. Whereupon White
aareed with Dr. Levine and point
ed out that he had hedged his own
mediction with such qualifying
phrases as "uncertainties of the
- NOT SO RARE Silver g:b g:b-bontyho
bontyho g:b-bontyho makes his home at th
Rare Bird Farm near Mia-xuM
s Fla., apes humans who get aU!
tangled up in their work. Thw
faceful of threads he's trying
to unravel are shreds of coo-,
nut fiber. Any day now, he'1'4
Crack the tough nut he's bee;u(
working on and get at the meat)
nf the problem-
pointmentj The White House does! many FHA state directors were
net release full information as to! fired to make way for political
who sponsors, who clears and
what congressmen approve or dis disapprove
approve disapprove an appointee.
Some jobs are filled through
Republican National Committee.
But there isn't anybody around
GOP headquarters now who re remembers
members remembers whether the McLeaish
appointment went through their
shop or not, early in 1953.
appointees. Attempts to raise FHA
interest rates were- stopped by
irate congressional action,
As a result of the McLeaish res res-oration
oration res-oration and investigation by the
Senate Civil Service Commission,
farm leaders in Washington are
waiting to see who else gets swept
out in a general Farmers Home
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1.4 Screen star, 1 Poker stake
, -m 2 Approach
9 She. U at home 3 Fiddling
, on a movie Roman
4 Basque cap
12 Born S Meadow
13 Weird 6 Years (ab.)
14 Organ of 7 Upset
hearing 8 State in
15 Paving -? Germany
Substance Bristle ;
16 Grates - 10 Nobleman
17 Cornish town 11 Large plant
18 Eat away
22 Goddess of
30 Bird's home :
34 River Sp.) v
, of Mindanao
37 Upper limb
38 Scatter, as
40 Vegetable ?
43 Cotton fabric
48 Narrow inlet
53 Pikelike fish
56 Small island
61 Native metal
62 Pester ..
64 The earth
29 Passage in
19 Period of time 31 Sea eagle
21 Peruse 32 Presently
23 Click-beetle 33 Novice
24 She is a 41 Rocky
in her field pinnacle v
25 Dull and "43 New Guinea
26 Ireland 43 Join '.
52 Italian city
54 Female so
57 Oriental co a
59 Compass f
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bred the FHA job nd took it.
His recommendation, it now de
velops, was made by Jack For
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s3AT, JCLT 5, 1938
' TES PANAMA AMERICAN A! INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
I It. D WAYNE LEE SARGENT, (left), received his commission
as lieutenant, United States Navy from Rear Adm. Clarence L.
C. Atkeson, TJSN,. Commandant, Fifteenth Naval District, this
weke. Sargent entered the Navy under the Armed Forces Re Reserve
serve Reserve Medical Officer Commissioning and Residency Considera Consideration
tion Consideration Program. He recently completed his Internship In Gorgas
Hospital, and was one of the doctors assigned yearly to the.
Armed Forces. His wife, Dr. Barbara Sargent, also recently
completed Internship at Gorgas. Dr. Sargent, (male) ; is a
graduate of the Baylor University College of Medicine In Hous Houston,
ton, Houston, Texas, and has been assigned to duty at the U.S. Naval
Station, Coco Sole.
(U.S. Navy photograph)
Pinned Under Dead Fiances
Car 9 Days, Girl Survives
! SALT LAKE CITY, Utah,; July
, S (UP) A pretty 18-year o I d
i iri nmnsii imHpr wreckage of her
j dead fiance's car without food or
water for nine days in. a. deep u
" tah canyon, was recovering slow
i, fmm har'nrripal veasterdav.
Highway troopers rescued 'the
emaciated girl, Jean margews m
Sunnyvale, Califs last night after
a search plane sponea me wrecn wrecn-.,r
.,r wrecn-.,r ;n Paripvs Canvon Just
' before sundown. She was trapped
under the tnmk of tne car Dy an
c;k 1 h held down by the
v )''' '.
1 y of her sweetheart,
' Jr., Salt Lake
' t. -! :v.' Thty!
.i v tM iirnuJ in
j ; trcntly was killed the
r t i.r June 24 when the car
1 t U.S. Highway 40 and rolled
S J feet down the steep canyon
slopt to' a grove- of. aspen and
oak. The couple Were returning
j from a Sunday fishing trip.
"Apparently the-girl stayed in
I the car as it rolled over and over
! down the hillside," Highway Pa
trol Supentendent i,yie ajn
said. "She must have fallen out
just on the last Overturn. It saved
At first the rescue party thought
the girl was also deaa. ;
"It was incredible. You can
Imagine how stunned we were to
see her move and begin to cry,"
"She told me she was cold. I
fot a blanket and covered her,"
e added. -.
The young woman was taken
to a hospital here where her con condition
dition condition yesterday was reported
v "She isn't capable of answering
questions yet," said a hospital at attendant
tendant attendant who added the girl' still
was spending most of her time
The girl suffered shock and ex exposure
posure exposure as well as bruised legs
and possible other injuries. Doc Doctors
tors Doctors said' a detailed examination
would not be attempted until she
regained a little of her strength.
Mrs. Lawrence R. Margetts, the
girl's mother, said her five foot
four inch daughter although small
had always been athletically in-
ciinea. .- . '.
"The stamina she built this way
must have saved her." she add
ed. "-,(.' .'"'..'
When found the girl looked
more like a sickly woman of 80
than pretty teenager, rescuers
sid. She was semi conscious
4nd doctors said she was prob
ably In that 'condition during
much of the time she was troo trooped.
ped. trooped. Black rings as big as sil silver
ver silver dollars rimmed her sunken
ey. : V.rV- v
Hyatt said the wrecked car
cnuld not have been spotted from
the highway a hundred yards a-'
bove because of dense oak shruD
at the bottom of the canyon.
As Elected Mayor
ROME, July 5 (UP) Rome
was a city without a mayor yesterday.
Senator Umberto Tupini was
elected mayor with SO votes out
of a possible 80 In a riotous ses session
sion session of the. City Council Monday
He resigned last night, 22 hours
and 35 minutes after he won of office
fice office with extreme rightwing sup-
roe tact mat ne was supported
by Monarchist and Neo Fascist
votes was the cause of his resig resig-sation.
sation. resig-sation. Tupini's own Christian Democra
tic party ordered him to resign
after the Tightwing support al
most caused a caoinei crisis.
Social Democratic narty Deputy
Premier Giuseppe Sara gat threa threa-ened
ened threa-ened to resign from the govern
ment unless Tupini repudiated the
Tunini now will try for re-elec
tion without the extreme right-
wing votes when the City Council
meets again rriaay.
Maked By Gun Dusl
D22H1 Of Oppcnenls
STTLWELL, Okla., July 5
(UP) A Hill County sheriff and
one of his opponents, in yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's Democratic primary elec election
tion election shot each other to death in
a gun duei in the lobby of the
Adair County-jail shortly before
The bodies of sheriff Chester
Crittenden and his political en enemy.
emy. enemy. Bob Alberty, lay on the
floor of the county jail kitchen
early today while officers ques questioned
tioned questioned witnesses.
Undersheriff Ernest Shannon
said the gunplay broke out fol following
lowing following a dispute over the count
ing of votes. ,--,
"They shot each ; other z
death and their bodies are still
lying where they fell in th
kitchen on the third floor of
the courthouse," shannon tol?
State Crime Bureau aeent Bll?
inorne, oi Tawequan, Okla.
and Adair County Attorney E. o
Grant had locked 11 nossibk
witnesses in a room while con-
aucting their preliminary inves
tiffatlon of teh ripndlv offrav
The kitchen and Jail are "on
the third floor of the drab court-
nouse in this east?rn Oklahoma
county seat, 05 miles southeast
, Only two of the county's 26
precincts had b3en tabulated ir
the first four hours after .the
polls closed. The unofficial re returns
turns returns .from the two boxes gave
Aioeny zts vows to 148 for Crit Crittenden,
tenden, Crittenden, and two other candidate;
uaa a votes logutner.
Shannon said the men lex lex-changed
changed lex-changed -shots at 11:45 p.m
Crittenden apparently died first
Kill Each Older
In Bailie Wilh Cops
LAWRENCE. Mass Jul it
ur iwn men wtin hnns
jewelry store holdup apparently
sbrt each other to death in a gun gun-battle
battle gun-battle with nnlire. snthnrifi
The dead men Arfina
lice, were Warren E. Dockhami
34, of Maiden and Richard f
wunam, 20, of Boston. Both were
found in 1 umempnt rnnm who.n
they holed up after attempting to
iooi me xwsy jewiry store,
Thousands gathered in th
to watcn ine oattie. Tear gas and
smoke bombs were fired into the
apartment as the men rptnmii
tie barrage with gunfire.
wnen .tne linng irom the attic
window ceased, a nalralmnn
ordered to scale the building to in
vesugate. He reported that both
men were aeaa.
Police said apparently the men
turned their guns on each other
when they gave up hope of escape.
Autopsy today showed that With-
ara died from a bullet wound In
the mouth and Dockham of a
wound in the temple.
The jewelry store clerk. James
R. Kay Jr.. 36, son of the owner.
said the men entered his store yes
terday and clubbed him witn gun
butts. He said they began metho methodically
dically methodically beating him when two per persons
sons persons entered the shop.
Jiay said the men fled. He said
he grabbed a gun from his desk
and fired several shots as they
ran down the street.
The gunmen sought refuge on
ly a block away in a tenement at
tic apartment. Police, converging
from traffic posts in the area, or
dered families out of the building,
and shouted foe the men to sur surrender.
render. surrender. -
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t v ( r t t j v J
F EWLYWEDS ARE LIONIZED Christopher Surrey, 80,
1 oasts his bride, the former Beatrice Mary Bunker, following
their marriage in the lion's display cage at the Chessington,
England, zoo. Mrs. Bunker was onre wardrobe mistress for
:he zoo's circu. All the lior'zing was done by the crowd as
Lions were confined to quarters during the ceremony.
Man's Bound Body
Found In Basement
Al Kansas Cify
KANSAS CITY, Mo.; July 5
(urj ine oouna ana gagged
body of a man identified as Harry
Hsnnvor ahnut fin. wax dixenver
ed today in the basement of a house
in northeast Kansas 'City, rouce
said he was murdered.
Police said it was believed the
house was owned by the slain
man, who formerly lived at Noel,
Mo. Until recently it was occu occupied
pied occupied by his son and daughter-in-law,
but they were reported to
have gone to xong ueacn, cam.
Hanover's body was found by
nriirhhnri Pnlips uid Hanover an-
parently was beaten with a ham
mer louna near me oouy. iuerc
was evidence of a struggle in the
Wement. where Hanover's body
was bound in a chair.
There was no evidence that we
upstairs part of the house bad been
ransacked, police said."
The vicum was last seen auve
about 8:30 a.m. Monday,
Feared In Dallas
DALLAS, Tex., July S (UP) -A
three-year old boy was near
death yesterday after having been
bitten by a rabid dog. The city
ordered a quarantine of all dogs
until Oct. 17.
The city's health officer. Dr. J.
W. Bass, said a rabies epidemic
exists in Dallas.
The. little boy who was bitten Is
John Allen Winkles, son of Mr.
and Mrs. E. B. Winkles. His
brother, Donnie, 4, also was bit bitten
ten bitten at the same time, June 11.
The dog that bit the children
was a three-months old puppy,
tied in the backyard of its owner
near the Winkles' home. It died
three days later and tests showed
it was rabid.
M j 4
KNICHTS IN SHININR ARIUinDSn .. 111
took place" m Vatican City, Romeitaln whnlTrueTwo ZousSw if.
GuSen's S to cS.1 l thi
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SHIP-SHAPE Three beauties strike a nautical pose in Paris,
France, before leaving for the "Miss Universe" contest, to be
, held in Italy. The girls are Monica Lorraine, Miss'Czecho6lo-
! ivakia, left; Kristin Hjelkrem, Miss Norway, center; and Ruby
Legrand, from France.
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Baha'is To Sponsor
The Baha'is of the Canal Zone
will begin a series weekly discus,
sions at Win Memorial Hall a
cross from the Balboa police sta
lion tomorrow at 8 p.m.
The discussions will be informal
with speakers giving short dis
courses on the subject for the eve evening
ning evening as presented from the Baha'is
writings, followed by discussion
and questions from the audience.
Subjects to be discussed will in
clude the immortality of the soul.
the reality of man, the oneness of
religion, progressive revelation,
world peace through world faith,
the oneness of humanity, the spi spiritual
ritual spiritual solution of the economic
problem, the equality of men and
women, science and religion, the
degrees of the attribute and love,
the purpose of creation, man's e-
volution social and spiritual, and
the abolition of prejudices of all
James Barrett will sponsor the
first meeting discussing the one
ness of religion.
These meetings-will be- free and
open to the public of all races clas classes
ses classes and creeds, as an invitation to
a better understanding of the pur purpose
pose purpose of life through independent
investigation of truth.
'COPTER'S COUSIN Scoop-shaped wings of "Vertiplane,"
above, will enable it to take oft and land vertically.' Slip Slipstream
stream Slipstream from, large propellers will be deflected by double re retractable
tractable retractable wing flaps extending far below and to rear of wing's
trailing edge. Artist's sketch shows proposed design for the
ship, to be built for the Army by Ryan Aircraft Corp. at San
tCAFE I '.
The Duran Coffee Company takes pleasure In an an-nouncing
nouncing an-nouncing that their; coffee is now on sale in all
. Panama : Canal Commissaries Duran'e Coffee is
roasted n the American Blend and ground in the
al purpose grind to suit your favorite brewing'
Duran't Coffee is Panama's first coffee, first in sales
and first in quality ; 42 years' of progress is your
assurance of merit
Duran't Coffee has won' all Cold Medals; 1st prizes
1 and blue ribbons in all fairs or expositions it has
; participated in. -'
Only the best coffee from the best plantations is used
in the Duran Coffee Blend. Roasted and ground
under the most modern" and sanitary methods Du-
, ran't Coffee is today the largest selling coffee in
II0 D1GA CAFE, DIGA CAFE DURAN
Fleet To Austria
From Red Crackdcvm
VIENNA,' July 5 (UP) More
thsn 60 Czechoslovak students have
fled to Austria to escape a Red po-
uce crackdown which followed an
ti-Communist student demonstra
tions at Prague and Bratislava, it
was reported nere today.
' Informed sources said the sfu
dents crossed into Austria during
the past two months. They were
granted asylum in Catholic mon monasteries
asteries monasteries at Gloggnitz and Melk,
in uie province of Lower Austria,
the report said.
The Czech student demonstra
tions occurred in late April and
mid-May. Czech students in a
Prague parade, in May openly
jeered at some Communist institiL
tions and petitioned for "more in
dividual liberty at universities."
The Czech Communist Party,
with an uneasy eye on the Poznan
uprising, ordered Red police agen agencies
cies agencies today to "increase vigilance
in fighting foreign agents and pro
Of Supreme Court
WASHINGTON,, July 5 (UP) -Sen
Estes Kefauver (D-Tehn.)
said today "reckless criticism" of
the Supreme Court by some sen senators
ators senators is "truly subversive of our
American form of government,"
In a Senate speech, he said such
criticism can only "undermine
and subvert the rule of law."
"If we weaken confidence in the
judiciary, and in the motives of
the justices, then our most pre
cious safeguard of liberty is dam
aged to the detriment of the entire
nation," he said.
Kefauver particularly singled out
without mentioning their names
attacks on the court by Sens!
James 0. Eastland (D-Miss.) and
Joseph R. McCarthy R-Wis.). They
recently called the high tribunal
"insolent," "wilful," "irrespons
iblc" and its decisions "pro-Com
He said these criticisms "go be beyond
yond beyond legitimate grounds" and
"are truly subversive of our A
merican form of government"
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Stone Buses For
NAPLES, Italy, July 5 (UP) -v
Thirty persons were injured today
when impatient Italian commuters
' atoned suburban buses be because
cause because they were late.
.f'- An'estvmated ,200 workers awaft-i
? lug at the Mugnano Bridge north
-s ot Naples became angered by their
' When the buses finally appear,
d, the workers let fly wb a show show-'
' show-' er of stones. Passengers were in
jured by the stones and broken
Fowl To Be Fed
WASHINGTON. July 5 (UP) -President
Eisenhower has signed
a bill authorizing feeding of sur surplus
plus surplus government grain to migra migratory
tory migratory water fowl to lure tham a a-way
way a-way from farmers' fields where
they damage crops.
Slim Fat Away
H ft rain roar flew r mW
r (hart of bnmth and widuicr
your taoslth, you will find it euy
to los a hM pound a day witk Uw
Hollywood motnod callod
TORUODK. No draatia diotfnff or
zorolBo. Abeolutf It safe. Ak your
hemirt for VORHQDH aivd atart,
otlmiulnf toai arrow.
Begin At Gamboa
Camboa Union Church
Offers Special Summer Services
Last Sunday morning the minis minister
ter minister of the Gamboa Union Church,
Rev. Walker M. Alderton, conduct conducted
ed conducted the first of the several sum
mer services i which will be ,v held
during each unday morning, dur
ing jwna,Augusi. i ,,
Thisplan calls for unified
morning service at 10 a a.m. and
will be attended by childen and
adults. The service will make use
of music and liturgy which can
be appreciated by young and old.
The Kev. Jacob w. Limkemann,
of the American Bible House at
Cristobal, will conduct the servic services
es services on the Sunday mornings of Ju July
ly July 8 and 15,
German Draft Bill
Needs Final Okay
BONN. Germany July 5 (UP)-
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer's co coalition
alition coalition government yesterday forc
ed tentative parliamentary ap approval
proval approval of a draft bill to build a
West German army after opposi opposition
tion opposition forces walked out of the
The conscription bill cleared its
second and next-to-final "r e a d d-ing"
ing" d-ing" in the Bundestag lower house
at the climax of a day-long fili filibuster
buster filibuster by Socialists to block pas
sage of the measure,
gaffe of the measure.
The third and final "reading" of
the bill, according to German par parliamentary
liamentary parliamentary law, will be held Fr-day.
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MISS ALICE PAXSON Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Harry O. Paxson,"
U.S. -Army of Fort Myer, Virginia, announce. the engagement
of their daughter, Alice, to Lieut. John Bard Collins, U.S. Air
'. Force, son of Rear Adm. and Mrs. Howard L. Collins, U.S. Navy,;
f Long Beaciu Calif, Alice graduated from Balboa High School
in 1954; her father is a former Lieut. Governor of the Canal
.Zone,:; Lieut. .Collins Is a 1956 graduate of the VS. Naval
- (Photo by Southall)
J of' the returning college students,
1 lust Saturday.
' Among the guests present were
' Miss Helen De Boyrie, Kathelen
J ana Ann Brede, Lilia. Irma, Mar-
- i ce!a Leignadier, Aurora Lim San
dra Hotta, Margaret Leigh, Lui
,' ta Lowe, Betty, Pearl, Virginia
Ksm, Lynn Jones,- Gloria Mara
, chi, Judy Tipton, Hercilia Herre-
1 u ra, Lotty btevenson, Janet .uraig,
Loreta Herschfield, Vilma Rosa-
nia. Barbara Hickev. Maria Gon-
T'' r ralez, Mercedes Peterson, Shirley
, Jordan, Mencna Keai, Allison v-
i vison, Barbara Thrift, Nancy
Ramsey. Mary and Sally Mor-
1 1 land, Joan McKenzie, Sue Pin-i'cus.-Shiela
McNamee, Ruby Dob.
i son. Marion DidncKson, ooiai
firiaigi, Greta Mon, Joyce Lowe
Ur. and Mrs. G. Sullivan. Mr.
and Mrs. L. Miller, Mr. and Mrs.
H. King, Mrrf and Mrs. TV Rogers,
Mr. and Mrs. Bronson. Mr. ana
Mrs 'R. Connover.Mr. and Mrs
G. 0. Flores, Mrv and Mrs. Alvin
P. lim, Mr. Luis E. Wong; Mr.
and Mrs. John Townshen, Mr. and
Mrs. Campbell. Messrs gu J ones,
Don Kimsey, Jim Thompson, Gus
Rosama, Humberto Leignaaier,
LesUe Croft Jr. Hay Murphy, El
bert Ridge, Lynn Hornaday, John
Gallow. Edward Stevenson Jonn
Wilkerson, Julio Kam, Jack Stitch,
Bill Dean. Richard Gau. Jack
Simon. La Moine Werline. Deme
trious Tagaropulos, Francisco
Wone. Barney Maloney Jonn Hor-
belt. Andy Zazali. Gilbert Smith,
Ropelio Fone. .Jim Hrivneck. Bill
Lucker, Terry McNamee, J o a n
Hargi, ,poo severs.
Mrs. Dorothy Bronson entertain
ed the group by singing popular
songs and Mario Didnckson and
Andy Lim put on a Charleston act
from the-roaring twenties.
CAPTAIN AND OFFICERS OF H.M.CS. ONTARIO
TO HOLD COCKTAIL PARTY ABOARD SHIP 1
1 Captain and officers ef the visiting Canadian erniser
H.M.C.S. Ontario have Issued invitations for a cocktail party
to be held aboard this evening between 6 and S p.m.
Mr. And Mrs. Edward Biggs
Entertain For Captain
And Officers Of Ontario.
First Secretary to the British
Embassy and Mrs: Edward Biggs
vnll entertain for the Captain- and
oncers of HMCS Ontario at their
home tomorrow evening. ,
Dr. And Mrs. Drenaan'
J.'-M-e .-r L-.-ipf Visit ?
S r. Mrs. Lawrence Gren
e visiting here with three of
iiicir lour children, David, Lfbby
and Carol Ann on their way back
Mr. Engel Returns ..
From Round-the-world Trin
" Mr. Manfred Encel ha rphirnnfl
to his home in Panama after en-j
joying a, 5 month combination
business and pleasure trip around
iue woria, y e v rt
Despedida Dinner .1
For Mrs. Waring Sehullz
A group of friends save a din dinner
ner dinner on Tuesday evening at the
Brazos Brook Country Club for
Mrs. Warren G. SchuJti. The
KphlllfT familtr will I....
to Puerto AumneUes., They -.haveiing the Isthmus to mak- thpir
itlffi' roturnAl fMm A. 4 i I. . w
ii c i. ".nwu in uuiue jh me unitea states
uic ouws. wnere iney visiieu
friends and relatives in North Ca
rolina, Washington, D.C. and Npw
York.. They will be guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Ora Ewing in Balboa
until tney lea e tomorrow.
Mrs. J. J. Vallarino v.
Leaves For Washington
Mrs. J. J. Vallaruio left yester yesterday
day yesterday for Washington D.C. where
she will join her husband, the
Aiuuiiiiziiuur oi ; r anama to wasa wasa-iBSt0n"
iBSt0n" wasa-iBSt0n" ' '
Mrs, Thomas L. Harrold ' ;
Will Be Guest Of Hnor
hi Amador Wives Luncheon-
Ft. Amador Officers' Wive s'
Qub. will hold its regular month monthly
ly monthly luDeheon at the Amador Offi Officers'
cers' Officers' Oub next ; Wednesday at
At Ranch Party
Arthur L. Smith, Jr., celebrated
ma mm oiruiaay recently wiui a
Rodeo party at his family's resi residence
dence residence on Almond Street, Balboa.
He is the son of Mr. Arthur L.
The ranch motif was rxrrUrl
throughout the decorations and fa-
Mr. and Mrs. E. Brack came
first in the bridge tournament held
by the Ancon Balboa Bridge As
sceiation at the Tivoli uueit
House. Monday night. Mr. and
Mrs. W M. Kennedy tied with
Mr. E. Wolf and Mr. A. Zoldhelye
for second and third place.
'Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Szabo are
sDendin a two week vacation as
guests of Mr aad Mrs! V; C. Me Me-lant
lant Me-lant of Gamboa. Mr. Crabo was
formerly an employe of the rem
geration shop of the Panama Ca
nal Co. in Balboa. His permanent
home is npw, Orlando, Fla.
' fich HMicJ for IncluiioR In this
column should bo submittal in
typo-written form and mailed ta ana
of tho boa nambon listed daily la
"Social and Otherwise," or dolivor dolivor-od
od dolivor-od by hand to tho office. Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted by
Cristobal Woman's Club
WliJJ" SSAS? & Clh Spatial Moating
horse, whic Mrs. Cata Van Hans
att made, provided a great deal
of fun.V' "" r .;
Guests attending were Bryan
and Steve Allen, Price and David
Arosemena, Bobbie Boukalis,
Steve Cartotto, Donald, Clougb,
Billy Fall, Chris Hare, Louis
Jackson, Mickey Kelleher, George
Wullins in, Sandy McCullough.i
Johnnie and Michael McGlade,
Hiram Robinson. J. C. and Rob-i
An interesting program will be'"10?' Jr- aay Dav As
ven bv Mrs. James MeKenzip 180.
given by Mrs. James McKenzie.
Mrs. Thomas l. Harrold, wife
of Maj. Gen. Thomas I. Harrold
will be guest of honor, and will
be welcomed as the new honora
ry vresioeni oi iue cum. rosi
Commanders; wives will be spe-
Mrs. T. A. Arnold and Mm. V.
G. Owens will be hostesses for the
'- 5 ? . ft. i, -' f
Honored At Luncheon
f Mr. Ricardo Brin of the Minis Ministry
try Ministry of Foreign Relations gave a
luncheon at the Union Club re recently
cently recently in honor of Mr. William E.
Price, Second Secretary of th U U-nited
nited U-nited States Embassy,
The host was assisted W Mr
Lila M. Arosemena, Mrs. Elmer
r. roroes, Mrs. Elizabeth B.
Gray, Mrs. j Cata Van-der Hans,
and Mrs. George Mullins, II.
John G. Rilty '
Join Novel Rooarvo Vv!-,--,:.1
JohnG. Riley, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph J. Riley of Balboa
has enlisted in the U.S. Naval
Reserve for two years. He will be
stationed in Bainbridge, Md. for
three months basic training.
Fated At Cocktail Parry
The Lim residence was the
scene of a burmuda shorts cock cocktail
tail cocktail party given by Victor iMizra-
A special meeting of the Crlsto
bal Women's Club is called for 2
p.m. Saturday at the Clubroom.
I,ne purpose of the meeting is
to decided on a proposal to bid
on a building for a new clubroom
All members are asked to be
present. , ;
Engineers, CZ Post .'
Erqinoors, CA Post 'i
The Canal Zone Post, Society of
American Military Engineers will
hold its regular monthly meeting
at the Tivoli Guest House on Mon Monday
day Monday evening, July 9. A social hour
will be held at 7 p.m.. dinner will)
be served at 6:43 p.m. following;
: 4 .'
SATINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY
THRU THE IRONING HOUR!
fht BIG ironing
aid in iha little box
.MARINE DIRECTORS' PARTY Governor and Mrs. William E. Potter are shown chatting to
three of the honorees at the party given Saturday night at the Amador Officers' Club by
employes la the Marino Bureau. From left to right, are: Governor and Mrs. Potter, Mrs.
Rodiman (wife of Capt. Rodlman, incoming Marine Director), Mrs. Frank Munroe and out outgoing
going outgoing Marine Director Capt Frank Munroe. ;
By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
' YOUR parents have come to din dinner.
ner. dinner. -.- ,
-You are preparing a meal that
includes roast ehtrltpn onrl atraw.
berry shortcake. You have polish-
ea tne silver You have removed
waddles the Duck from the kit
chen doorway before your mother
fans over him.1 You have undress undressed,
ed, undressed, bathed and en-cribbed your
which, the Society will be ad.
dressed by Dr. Benjamin J. Bird Bird-safl,
safl, Bird-safl, Director, Servicio Inter-Ame
ricano de Cooperacion Agricola en
Panama (SICAP); Dr. Birdsall
will discuss the Point Four Activi
ties in Agriculture and Natural Re
sources in Panama. He will be as
sisted by Mr: Roger WolcotL, Au
dio Visual Advisor to the organi
zation. Reservations for; winner
may be made to Chief Warrant
fH.iar Hanlon tK-Vm An BR.V1A
or to Colonel E. M. BrOwdcr, 92-
Roller Skating Club W 1
Meets Tonight t
-The Canal Zone Roller "Skating
Cluf will hold their regular
monthly meeting tonight at 7 a.m.
at the Balboa Roilerdrome. All
members are urged to attend.
There wifl. W free Skating for
1 . L .t. l!
Viuu juemueis atier uia iueeuu,
AT WIT'S END OVER WORK?
ORGANIZE FAMILY TO HELP
tJu-ee-year-old son; and now to 7", 'is0".1
S JH": JW1 .L,!f &i&R S??S SS
LUCHO and his ORCHESTRA will play
his special brand of music that's tops with
all Isthmians! From 7:30 p.m. in the
air-conditioned BELLA VISTA ROOM.
Next week Lucho
plays on WEDNESDAY
Call Maitre d 3-1660
Enjoy yburself it's
cheaper than you think at
Grammy and Grandpa their sup
It doesn't work. Halfway down
the stairs, you are halted by the
peremptory shout, "Mommy, tell
me a 6tory!" u -r
From the living room, your moth mother
er mother calls soothingly, "Come- on
down, dear. I'll go up and tell Bil Billy
ly Billy a story."
Only later do your child a ter
make a list of all the jobs that
need to be done indoors and out.
Then divide the long list into
three lists: L, Those things that
will have to be hired done. a.
Those that can be family projects
with everybody working together.
3. Those things that you will have
to do yourself.
Show the lists to vniir fsmilv sn
they can see for themselves the
L:t:. a- .!..' .u- "'J "ce lor men
fUne of the horror tale Grammy lias on the famih iobs v 8
Mm.h if n Yh. j. lnen 8 busy on the jobs that
remember it, .It traces the doom 4re yours alone- an rherk tin-m
visited upon a character named 0f af mu f n?sh them r
Hoppyoptoa who disobeyed his OffAahS0Uwincan worry and stew
mower. ..... and fret for months when too
. TOLD to remain at home whne rnany. jobs -pile up ahead of her.
she went shopping, Hoppy chose to But ,n Ju snort time she can
leave it and seek the lively compa-lfccomp1'" wonders If shej gets
ny of his cousins,, the Frogs. Butfhe Jobs well organised and en en-kM
kM en-kM tw.arMi to fein ihir.sMtipiHsta her family s help.
sports, he jumped into their' pool; Create Pride In Accomplishments
only to discover that he cuu.d nut iLthat there is; more
swim.; As he repentantly drowned, i do than she can possibly ac ac-Hoppy
Hoppy ac-Hoppy accordinjg to G r a m m y) leomphsh i usually comes to the
gurgled his dying wish, "Oh. if I'd housewife who tries to do every every-only
only every-only been a jood boy- and obey-! herself, who treats her fam-
ed my Mommy'" fly like star- boarders and never
What identification your baby has' ttempts .to .organize family work
made with this sinful amphibian. projects. ; .
Vmrii n.vpr know. All vmi'll know! doesnt hurt husband and chil
is that as vou oass vour mother the i?1" t0 he,P witn special
' J3o your inet Itch. bllti imart,
eraek, pml and blwd to bad they nearly
driv you ryr The real cauM of this
ailment, which I sailed Athlete's Foot,
Alluftja) Singapore Itch, etc., la a
funiua, germ or paraalte that burrow
deep down la the ktn. Don't worry and
don't tuffer another day without trying
Nlxod.rm. ThU rreet medicine et
nrht down thronrh the akla and et
rid ot the real cause of your trouble.
man wny w.xoderm works so fast to
Jrlve you a soft, smooth, clear skis ea
oot, faee or body. Also sreat for crotch
Itch, Eczema and other akin troubles.
t Nixeserm Imn your drugglit today.
whipped potatoes, he emits a wail
of terror that shocks everyone in into
to into silence. "Mommy, come heret"
be shouts despairingly "Mo om
IN this situation, only the inex
perienced mother, her mind on
roast chicken, plans on quicx re
pair of damage. So it is not repair
ed. Her eagerness to get away
from the frightened child increases
his terror that sleep can separate
hm eternally from her as death
divided Hoppy Hoptoad from his
mother. Unassuaged, it will make;
him a choromc sleep fighter.
. The experienced parent gives the
child time. Excusing herself to hen
guests, she makes a clear decision
to give him time so that she her herself
self herself is not double-minded and impa
Lying down beside the frightened
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jobs. In fact, work shared gives
the whole family a feeling of pride
in their accomplishments and in
Besides, a family that knows
how much work is involved in
maintaining a house and yard is
apt to be less careless than are
members of a family where mom
tries to do everything herself.
So get busy with your lists. Put
your family to work helping you
get out from under the load of too
many waiting jobs..
child, she begins the work of mak making'
ing' making' sleep benevolent again. She
says, "So the Mommy Bunny took
a maple leaf that was all warm and
sweet from the sun and tucked it
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Diss 01 Leukemia
. PHILADELPHIA, July 5 (UP
. Tmm.r tt s Senator Francis
ii i hi rr
t HARNETT & DUNN
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I Balboe: t-tW ee Paa.t S-1SS
I Studio El Panama Hotel
I. Myers. 56 -veteran lawmaker; these plum bushes along a coun counted
ted counted influential democrats lead- try road," Harrington said. "I
er, died oi leuKemia at uraau uraau-ate
ate uraau-ate Hospital last night.
! Myers, defeated in his bid for
re-election in 1850 by Sen. James
H. Duff, had been a patient at
the hospital since June. 21. He
had been admitted to the hospi
tal 10 times since Sept. 18, of
Myers was a U.S. represent.
tlve for six years and held a
high place In Democratic party
raniu. During tne ms wauonaj
Convention he headed the Im Important
portant Important Platform Drafting Com Committee.
mittee. Committee. A fervent supporter of all do
mestic and foreign policies of
the late President Franklin D.
Roosevelt, Myers also worked
closely with the Truman admin administration.
istration. administration. He served as Democra
tic whip in 1949.
I SECURITIES IN PANAMA
AXIAS, MATUSS1 ASSOCIATES
Abattoir Haelonal lS JO
Banet Fldudarlo ...... 411
OlokmlsoD ............ t
Cetnento Panama TS tJJO
Cervecerla Madonal'.... 8J
. Chlrlcena de Lecho .... 11
(layeo .... .............
' Pret with Com. ..... BS
Deatiladora Naetaoal ... IVt
Pret with Com. ..... "pi, V I0.i
Pinantaa. 8. A. ... 1
s?ret with Com. ...... US '"-
Fuena f Lut Prof. C VI VI-:.
:. VI-:. ruem. T Lui-Com. .... ; )-
1 Hotelon InteramerfeonoB. 1 14
. General' do Sefuroo .... II
Panamefia de AcelUe ... ' St
Panamefla de Plbraa ... 10
' Paiuunefia de Seguroe .. tt
Panamefia de Tabic .. 10 . 11 11
! Teatro Bellavtxta TSO
ftro Central MO
'. tCommerclal Notice
FOR SALE: -burner gat stove
$90, sofa $25, 2 chair $15 ea.,
china closet $20. Call Diablo 2 2-1622.
1622. 2-1622. FOR SALE: Easy Spindry, pcr pcr-fcct,
fcct, pcr-fcct, new; porch furniture, Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 5176.
FOR SALE: G.E. 60-cy. upright
deepfreeze, 10.5 cu, ft. $185;
lovely 9-piect mahogany dining
room luitf $250; Wcstinghous
Laundromat, 60-cy., Icn than,
one year old $175. Call Curun-
du 3181 evanings for appoint appointment.
FOR SALE: Complete house household
hold household furniture: living room, din dining
ing dining room, bedroom furniture;
electric tewing machine, May Maytag
tag Maytag automatic washer, Crosley
combination radio and phono-"
graph. 2144 6th St., Apt. A.
Curundu. Call 83-2186.
FOR SALE: Metal folding wheel
chair, excellent condition, $40.
Phone Ft. Kobbe 5238.
FOR 'SALE: 25-cycle icebox
$30; polaroid land camera $60.
Coffee table $10. Houw 2396-
D. Cocoli. ,v
FOR SALE: 60-cycle Serve! re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, nine month! old, 10.5
cu. ft. Phona Balboa 2-2401.
FOR SALE: Bendix radio-phonograph,
largo cabinet model,
radio 25 and 60-cycle, phono phonograph
graph phonograph 60-cycle only, 78 and
'33-13 rpm, good condition.
Bert offer. Rodman 3745.
SHAWNEE, Okla.; July S UP)
-i- A pretty blue-eyed blonde, clad
only in a thin .half slip and shoes,
was rescued today from her luted
lover-kidriaper who held her cap-J
uve in tne woods tor 28 nours 4,(
"He threatened to kill me, and.'
he forced me to yield to him sev several
eral several times,'' Mrs. Katherine Hud.
gins, 25, said. "I did what ha
told me and was nice to him,
but he still said he would kill,
me.'' v.. s. -
Her abductor, Floyd Red Mou-
taw, muscular 30-year-old bulldoz
er operator, was jailed here on
charges of kidnaping Mrs. Hud-
gins and felonious assault on her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dug Dug-gan,
gan, Dug-gan, who were still unconscious in
a local hospital.
Moutaw is charged With beating
the parents with a lug wrench be before
fore before kidnaping Mrs. Hudgins from
her bedroom at nearby Tecumseh
Sheriff Jim Harrington and De Deputy
puty Deputy Hugh Crow captured Moutaw
in a plum thicket 10 miles south southwest
west southwest of here.
"We spotted their car behind
jumped out. I had a shotgun. I
pointed and told him to come out
with his hands up.
"The irl said: "There's the
sheriff,' and he grabbed his .32
automatic, i inougnt ne was going
to kill her. But when he saw my
shotgun, he dropped his pistol to
the floorboard and put up his
Harrington said the five-f ootj
three-inch blonde clutched a crump
led note which she had planned to
drop out of the car. It read:
' "Mr. and Mrs. mil uuggan,
my folks. Please call the law.
The man has kidnaped me. Call
the law. He beat my mother and
dad at 209 East Highland, Te Tecumseh.
cumseh. Tecumseh. Please hurry. Kather-
County Attorney Lloyd Henry
said the 119-pound woman, who
has been married four times, had
dated Montaw previously and that
Moutaw became angry after sne
started dating another man.
UHlTEI STATES OP AMERICA
United Statea District Court For
- The District el The Canal Zone
. Balboa Division
In the Matter of the Adoption of Nlsla
Yolanda Nelson Espinosa, minor un under
der under the age of 14 years.
No. 4344 Civil. Citation Petition for
To: Kalpn Kelson
You are hereby required to appear be
fore the United States District Court for
of Balboa, at the Courtroom thereof. In
the District of the Canal Zone, Division
Ancon, Canal Zone on the 17th day of
August 195C, at ( o'clock In the fore forenoon
noon forenoon of that day. then and there to show
cause, if any you have, why Ravmond
F. Russell should not proceed with the
hearing of nil petition tor the adoption
or tne above named minor.
Witness, the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this 20th day of June 195b.
. C. T. McCormick, Jr.
.: t Clerk of Court
by Lob K. Harrison
To! Ralph Nelson
The foregoing' citation Is served UDon
you oy puDiicauon pursuant to me or order
der order of the Honorable Guthrie F. Crowe,
Judge. United States District Court for
the District of the Canal Zone, dated
he 20th day of June 1956, and entered
and filed In this action in the office of
he Clerk of the United States District
Ciurt, Division nf Balboa on the 20th
lay oi Jup 19. v
C. T. McCormick, Jr.
j." Clerk nf Court
. by Iila S1. Harrison
' Deputy Clerk
FOR SALE: 1951 Chrysler New
Yorker 4-door sedan, .power
teering, duty paid $795. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 88-616 Gulick or 88 88-898.
898. 88-898. FOR SALE-1952 Chevrolet 4.
. door sedan d e I u-x a, automatic
' transmission, new battery, oxcel oxcel-'
' oxcel-' lent condition inside outside,
$783. Balboa 2-1515.
TOR SALE: 1951 Ford Custom
Sedan, radio, clean, single own- :
r, $550. 1349-B 15th N. AD.
Phoae Navy 2294."
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford 2-door
"Six," good condition $450. Sgt,
' Smith at Cristobal Polico Sta Station.
tion. Station. . .'
FOR SALE: Beautiful 1955
BUick convertible, like new, 20,
: 000 miles, good rubber white
sidewall, tubelen tires,' power
. top, power steering, power brakes,
; deluxe upholstery, backup lights,
: directional signal lights, radio &
heater. Must see this car to ap- 1
; preciate it. When new cost $3,-
650. Will sell for $2,500. Can
bo financed. See or call after 4
p.m. C u r u n d u Phono 6206,
House 2151, Apt. B. .,,
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
BelAir 4-door Station Wagon,
powerglide, undercoatad, heater,
defroster & other extras $1995.
Hudgins," is stationed at an Army
post in Okinawa. She has two chil children,
dren, children, two and eight years old.
The young woman said Moutaw
sneaked into., her home early yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. She said she was awaken awaken-el
el awaken-el by her mother's screamif as
Moutaw beat her not mother and!
lamer wim an auiomooue lug
wr.f"ch. - IV
"Then he dragged me out of the
house two blocks to his car," she
Ohio Supreme Court
Refuses To Change
COLUMBUS, O., July 5 (UP)
The Ohio Supreme Court re refused
fused refused today to reconsider its de decision
cision decision upholding the lite sen
tence for Dr. Samuel H. Shep Shep-pard
pard Shep-pard for the murder of his
pregnant wife, Marilyn.
The .. court's decision, an
nounced two years and one day
after Mrs. Sheppard was killed
clears the way for attorneys to
take the Bay Village osteopath's
case to the U.S. Supreme court.
Paul M. Herbert, who handled
Sheppard's appeal, claimed In
asking a rehearing that the
Judge who sat in for chiei jus
tice Carl V. Weygandt was not
weygandt witnarew wnen ine
court considered tne case ne
cause his son, as city solicitor of
Bav Villaee where the murder
occurred, participated in the
early, pnases oi tne case against
' Weveandt annointed Judge
Charles W. Montgomery of the
Court of Appeal in. Newark to
sit in for him.
Herbert claimed that Wey
eandt did not have the author!
ty to make the appointment. He
said that the Chief Justice is
disqualified because the state
constitution provides that the
judge with the longest service
should make the appointment
Under Herbert's contention
the appointment would have
been made by Judge Charles B.
Zimmerman, who joined with
four other judges in upholding
the conviction. The court an
nounced several weeks ago it
approved Sheppard's second de degree
gree degree murder conviction, 5-2. The
vote on the rehearing motion
was not announced.
In, Mexico Denies
Band Is Communist
MEXICO CITY, July 5 (UP)
Fidel Castro, leader of a band
of 25 Cuban revolutionaries ar arrested
rested arrested here last week, denied
today that they are communists
or that they intended to assas assassinate
sinate assassinate Cuba's President Fulgen Fulgen-cin
cin Fulgen-cin Batista. .
in a written statement, Castro
said he and his followers are
only a handful of those working
to overthrow Batista.
"The Cuban people are deter-
rf' ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 1
OA 2031, ANCON, GJ.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
FOR SALE: Thoroughbred Do Do-barman
barman Do-barman Finscher pup all pipers
and shot. Coco Solo phono 8487.
FOR SALE: Deep freeie 21 cu.
ft. Columbia, upright. Call 86 86-7225
7225 86-7225 Albrook.
IS IT SNOWING? Improve your
picture with an antenna matched
to Channel 8. Only $9.75. Yon
install ft or we Will. Advice free.
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FOR SALE: Carbi-twitt con concrete
crete concrete drills, star drills, core-vent
drills, double shields, bolts,
screws, nuts, Evanc white tape,
steel rules, etc. CASA OEL TOR-
NILLO, East 29th Street No.
29-04. Phone 3-0973.
FOR SALE: AngeUni Coffe
Shoppe, 'Central Avenue Num Number
ber Number 179. ;:
RAF Plane Unds i
Safely After Door
Falls Off In Flight
ISTANBUL, Turkey, July
(UP) The door of an RAF
airplane carryingvBritaln'a Chief
oi me imperial General; Stan
fell off during a flight over Tur
The nlane landed safely with
no injury to passengers Including
uenerai sir Cifirain Temnier
Chief of the Imperial General
Templer, on an official visit to
Turkey, was en route, from An Ankara
kara Ankara to Aderzurum In a Royal
Air Force Hastings transport
when the cabin door fell off. The
piane was then flyina at 9,500
'The pilot lande dat Malatya
without Incident. JY"U1''
I An ntrift tft t.h nenorsl tnrlov
said "It was not Important-at
au ana noooay was injured."
AVOL CI Who Lived
In East Germany
Gives Himself Up
BERLIN July 5. (UP) An
American soldier who spent 17
months in the Soviet zone of
Germany turned himself In to
authorities here Tuesday, the
U.S. Army announced today,
He was Private Gayter L. Tur
ner, 20. v
Turner has been listed as ab
sent without leave from the
Fifth Infantry Division in West
Germany since Jan. 31, 1955.
He was placed In the Army
Hospital here for a physical
examination. An Army spokes spokesman
man spokesman said he would be put in
the guardhouse while the Army
decides wnetner to try mm.
Turner told Army authorities
only that he had been living in
East Germany. It was not known
whether he had been in Soviet
mined to nut an end to' the ty
ranny Of their present govern government
ment government and all the causes that
produced It," he said. "The
charge that we are Communists
is simply fantastic. Our program
is democratic and nationalistic?
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one and two bedrooms. CaN 2-
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. furnished I -bedroom apartment
with kitchen. Across Ancen bus-
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er after 6 p.m."' .;..'?",'"";'- 'v: ;
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completely furnished: gas, refri refrigerator,
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dining living-dining room, kitchen, wsshtuks,
spacious' balconies. Talephono
3-2930 after 5 p.m.'
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Heads For London
LONDON. JULY (UPj A
Soviet trade delegation will arrive
m London this week to try to
convince Britain to sell strategic
goods and other materials to Rus Russia,
sia, Russia, it was announced yesterday.
An official announcement s a 1 d
V. A. Malyshev, deputy chairman
of the Soviet Council of Ministers,
would lead a H-man group here
to talk over expansion of trade
between the two. countries. ; t
The mission is a follow up on
talks between Prime Minister An Anthony
thony Anthony Eden and ; Soviet leaders
Nikita S. Khrushchev and Kikolai
Bulgahin here in Apnl.
At that time Khrushchev hand handed
ed handed Eden a "shopping list" of ships,
raw materials, electrical goods
and some consumer goods he
would like to buy from Britain, A'
bout one third of the list men
tioned goods on the NATO embar
KATHMANDU, Nepal, July 5-
(UP) The Nepal government
said today It had foiled a coup
aimed at -overthrowing the cao
Eleven men were arrested.
It was officially announced
that no army officers or govern
ment officials were among tne
The 11 were little-known for former
mer former servicemen, an. official an announcement
nouncement announcement said.
The police chief and the army
commander said neitner tne po
lice nor the army was Involved.
Xathmandu was quiet,.
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710 x 15
760 x 15
S00 x 15
S20 X 15
NO MOUNTING CHARGE
Spend yew weak aatrat lis
Mar. tka best karliiaa. kauk ia
i. the keooklic, with oH coare-:
MMcea. MMarato pneea. He
w Management is anxious to.
EACHSIDI Vacation, Santo CU-T
sa. Sarapael's centertaolo kousos,
Phono Thomoseal lalboa 1772.
BaMwiaY, faraiskeo'' apartmsnts
Santa Clara Boach. Tolo-.
phono Smith, Balboa 3481.
FOSTIK'S COTTAttlS ano UrH
koaeh kouso. One pile past Ca -aino.'
Phono Panama 2-1515
PNIUIPS OeoooaUo Cottagja,
j.ita, Clasav Boa 435. Bolkoo.
; Pfcoito Panemo 1-1177. Criato-
ol 8-H7I. ;
IfivAfi Vifii Virif
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i MANILA. JuW S'ifTTPV VI.
President Richard "Mxon'' visited
battle-scarred Correiidor Island to
day to- pay homagt itj, the thou thousands
sands thousands of United 'State! and Philin-
pine i. servicemen who died' .there1
during worn war il j
. The .Vice Presidents and his
wife, making a whirlwind, visit
to democratic nations' in the Far
East, were accompanied to Cor-
resRior at me entrance- of Mani
la by Philippines President and
Mrs. Kamon Mag saysay.
; They visited 'Milinta tunnel.
Which- served as headquarters of
uen. Avougias aiacAnnur ana nis
suKvesBut, uia iaie uen. wunatnan
Wainwright, along with the late
rnuipnine President Manuel L.
Quezon, before Corregidor was cap captured
tured captured by the Japanese.
Nixon represented President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower at yesterday's colorful
celebration of the 16th anniversi-!
ry of, Philippine independence, and
was scheduled to :)eav with Mrs.
Nixon for; South Vietnam tomor
The Vice President reportedly
vetoed a proposal by U.S. official!!
in Saigon that he absent himself
from- Saigon Saturday during the
observance of the second anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of President Ngo Dinh Diem's
appointment to rule.
The American officials suggest
that he make an aerial survey of
tho-Caisan refugee resettlement a-1
rea, homo of 8,000 families from
NoHhi -Vietnam. But Nixon was
sa'd to have turned down' the pro-l
posal in order to spend 24 hours
in Saigon,, where he is scheduled
to have dinner 'with President
Diem tomorrow jught; v
Calks At Foreign
Words In Ads
BOGOTA; Colombia, "July
(UP) The Colombian Aca
demy said today. that the use of
foreign words in advertising Is
"oaroarous," ana nrgea eniorce
ment oi an,oio law nrovidine
asu lines ior oiienaers.
. ., .
A -niacuist" nubUsheo by a
special academy committee spe specified
cified specified merchants whose; electric
signs promote such commodities
M.r i-i i ... . ,.
aa 64 Qiuct-jemu periecMJ or
"hot dogs and hamburgers."
THE NEW AUSTIN 1956
DESIGNED AND BUILT FOR ;
( . ;COIFORT 1URAB1IJTY AND ECON03IY
ITO COST AKD MAINTCNANC5 IS THE LOWEST IN THE FIELD
; ;. V .V JUST ASK ANY AUSTIN OWNER!
THREE SIZES AVAILABLE WITH 4 OR 6 CYLINDERS
, YOU CAN DEPEND ON IT!
, I f y VISIT US, AND TRY TUEM
CIA. CYRNOS, S. A.
ONE CLOCK FROM TIVOLI CROSSING
; FOR RENT Help Wonted
HoiISei : ; ; WANTIBj Ixpert soak. Moat,
cna a cut. Z ., ring roferoncae: Excellent salt-'
,10th Street, Paitilla, for three .' 26. Canoreio.
nontka July to Soetemaef. I-
Mroooj concrete noose cem-
' aJotehr furnishod hiclue'Nig Tolo- CO P C A I t
viaioav Front and bock patioo, T Vl JALb
? largo enclosed backyareV $145 Roat nTntnra
Montk. CaU 3-3866 alter POaiB tX fllOIOn
,J V fOR SAlI-8-ft. cabin cruis.
JO RINTr Pornisked chalet V with wHhw '"
in Coco del Mart 3 bedrooms,' condition. Phono 88-734.
hot water, living and dining 'Quarters 366-A, Franco field.-
.room,: maid's room, ga'!. Tal-11 . .......
nr-c : FOR RENT
4 reenih living-o'ining room, ga- KoOmS''
rage, .(ttk Street No, 8, Saa
- Francisce, y, .'.'..r h FOR RINTr Room for bachelor'
inn acuT. ii j i. j with bath and private entrance. .,
ZTtZX n,,", Sditt Street, BMg. 14-2.
.chalet: furnished S12S.00, a a e
Jog room, outside terrace, kite- FOR RINT Furnishad or un-
garage. AKamira, near Golf furnishei room In Vista Herme-.
Club. Pkono 3-3226. aa with private entrance e bath.
V. POR RINTs Cencreto chalet, .
- all aaodem conveniences: three FOR RENT; Furnished room
boareems, living dining room, with kitchen privileges for ba-
bathroom, kitchonrtwe perches, chelor. Bella Vista. Pbooe 3-
'" garage, fenced yard,' maid's Teem 1589 after 5:30 p.ml
with bathroom. Via Parrat 91-B. TT". '. '.
MQtofylfa':--;"' WANTEP-Porsont to fin tho
-L -" 1 Pw ""JkH? July 8th thru 15th
"? A"rS A. motoreyelo. at 7 o'clock. Gospel meeting. No i
SOft.wo-eavtadio Areinio-. nightly collections. CHURCH OF
taa. Juan i. Sosa Street No. 69. CHRIST. 0851 Balboa Rd. War-
Panama. ; ... dip Borrow, Irangolist.
position Offered Wonted posir;on
OPPORTUNITY offered to sales- ; .'
vmo); with experience and Initio-. POSITION WANTED- tapori-
thro to bpndlo fast-selling linos, i enced atry cooks with refer.
Bring references to Tropelco, ences seeks position. Please M
I.A.. 45th Street, Via Esparia. : Gamboa 6-446.
Race Horse Groom Charged
In Murder Of Millionarcss
LONDON, July 5 (UP) A 26-
year-old rade horse groom was
charged, yesterday with murdering
an eccentric millionairess who
squandered money on her horses
but lived herself in poverty.
Ponce arrested Dennis J.- Pratt
and arraigned him for the fatal
bludgeoning of Rachel Parsons, a
68-year-old. recluse reputed to be
one of Britain r wealthiest worn.
en. Her father invented the steam
Pratt worked for Miss Parsons
as a stable man,' helping1 to care
for the 20 race horses which wereibut gave fewer, parties. "Thieves
her Only joy in. life hj her last'roDbed her and she moved to
vcr.rs. j i ....... ,,
Hor battered body was discov
ered yesterday In the litrerod
kitchen of her once luxorloua
LaiMdowtv House, near Newmar.
at. It was tho only, one of ho 40
rooms in tho mansion that was
furnished. '3. ,r-;.. -.i,-..s;.v.i.
Police said she apparently was
beaten to death Sunday with an
iron bar. -She probably surprised
her assailant looting her nouse.
they., said. The bludgeoning took
place in" the yard and her body
was dragged into the kitchen."
If was a death she had dread dreaded,
ed, dreaded, She often put in frantic calls
to police about Intruders on her
estate. But she refused to, live with
anvone in ber bare, dingy man mansion.
sion. mansion. ; r V'
;. ; v;vV'
It !"!f ; " m "r": "T s i;'
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- - t
Miss' Parens was a rv..l sr.
chitect and an engineer. 1. r f i i-er,
er, i-er, Sir Charles Parsons, i.
tor of the steam turbine, left i r
some 5 million dollars when he
died In 193L
In her younger days she loved
fast horses, fast ships and fist
cars. ''- .. f
. Before World War II she was a
celebrated Mayfair hostess who
entertained royalty at glittering
parties m urosvenor aquare.
After the war she moved ta.
pluh Belgave Square in London,
.,noiSi' men sne moved xo ew
market and made horses her life.
: 1 She never spoke to neighbors.
Tho windows of her how so never
wore washed. She slept in the
kitchen of the mansion and cook cooked
ed cooked evof an oil stove.
There were no servants ta the
house but 40 men worked in her
stables? She paid them- in oash.
Miss Parsons had eight expen expensive
sive expensive but dilapidated ears. She
rode to the Ascot races wearing a
red wig and clothes that were
fashionable 20 years ago. She oft often
en often wore one ''wool stocking and
one silk one, with a hole in it
At a Newmarket race meeting
this spring she sat in the back
seat of a chauffeur driven ear-,
eating sardines out of a can. .'
XRSDAT, JULY 5, 1956
Till fAXA.UA AMERICAN AN rM)EPENDEXT DAILY NEWSPAPER
f) IflM kf NCA SanftM. M.
1 "Are you a cowboy? Pop
1 -' all dav
A40WIS TV RADIO
HOLLYWOOD' '(NEA5-? Close Close-ups
ups Close-ups and Longshots: Bob Hope,
whn ..till .likes to -chase the
blendes, brunets and redheads in
hi, mnvins isn't exactly lumping
for joy over a quote attributed to
Bing Crosby. Paramount askedimovie version of A Roomful of
B'ng-u he a liKe to u auuu.ci
"Hoad" movie with Hope but the
Cnanr jiixod ttiQ idea, saying:
'.(I), and J- ara getting too. old
Deborali Kerr, "another TV hold,
out almost ona of Hollywood s
lt is talking with hor career
pilots about starring In '"The Let Let-i.r"
i.r" Let-i.r" n NBC-TV in the fall. .
Variety report, that two war
u. T Hll and Baek' and
"The Bridges '"
top favorite, of Army and Air
Force personnel stationed in the
European 'heater, last. W..-
ewTch on th. theory that th. lad.
w uniform Jthr anlr
Columbia Haa, Shelved plana to
make a musical version of. lames
Hilton's novel, ."Lost Horizon. A
Hnght version with music titled
llshangri-U" opened rn
wood-man ages-that-last: us u
yews of wedded, bliss for, Donna
- and Tony Owen, and 19
vear, f" JeaniUe MacDonald and
Genu Raymond.,; v ; ::i
' Judy GarUnd ''
In Lai Vet-as next month. Nerves
permitting, that is. ; v;; 'f
Edniund Gwenr. i played
li'tle guy who JJ-SgJ
w agents in the. movie, Mr.
rTjht Eighty." But now that the
,oVJ wUl De made as a telefilm
. ... isw-l DIM aAM
already made: into a motion pic-.
Medics' Put the flight "on "on-A
A "on-A Jdie Murphy's. trip to Japan for
Joe Butterfly. e nccu w
it Tasy Mowing .tharrecent sur-ei-rv
. . raiarlie Chapun hired
, . n;i.mnni a nress aeent for
The King in New York," now be be-!
! be-! filmed, behind a curtain of
1 ...tciHa tendon.
mend's lob: To keep newsmen atl
the set and informaUon aooui me
picture out of the newspap rs.
Uncle Sam, I suspect wifl keep
the picture out o( U.S. theaters.
Sing no sad songs for Gene
utry. who is without a radio
sponsor for the first time in 20
years. He just bought another ra radio
dio radio station, in San Francisco.
Maybo was bocsuso -Kim
Novak of those United States
stole the nlamor spotlioht from
thtm, but British beauties Diana
Dors and Belinda Loo, I can spill
it, ftuded at tho Cannes Film
Festival. La Dors complained to
loudly about having to pay a hotel
DRIVE IN TODAY
Prices: 0.60 & 0.30
: THE FAKE"
t and -BE
. NIGHT ...
says you ride herd on him
bill for htr' husband that ont film
belt vowed novor to invito her; to
another Cannes 1 festival ?
Betty Lou Keim. who played the
role on Broadway, will star in the
Itoses." The film will be
'"Our Teen-age Daughter."
. 'v;7-r l
rV L rr,sLV tD L:.t
grinds have boon barred for his
future apnearancet on NBC-TV, A
lot of ptoplo would bo happy if
Elvlt Presley Would bo barred,
too. : V
Hour And A Half versions of
"Gonsmoke" and "Cavalry Pa
trul" will be featured on the new
"Playhouse 90" TV series this faU.
. Eyebrow lifting note from'
Paris. A stripper at the -Theater
Oiihrtier Latin strins in widow's
weeds to the tune of funerali
musicl i ; Dennis Day told his
audience at the Hotel Sahara in
Las Vegas that the Russians now
have built-in garbage disposals.
They're called peasante.
Debbie Reynolds' filmed ward wardrobe
robe wardrobe tests for "Tammy" are the
laugh of the town. Instead of dead dead-panning
panning dead-panning it 'the way' most film
queens do,' Debbie played it for
laughs walking like a duck, hiding
behind the scenery,' dropping one
eyelid and 'winding up her face
in a different expression for every
SflOt, .. '.--,;,; v:.::,y.
Bill On Sabotage
01 Passenger PlEne
Gels Final Passane
WASHINGTON July 5 (UP -The
Senate gave final congres congressional
sional congressional approval yesterday to a bill,
making it a federal crime to sa
botage a passenger-carrying auv
plane or motor venuue operaiiug
in inter-state commerce.
The measure, stems from the
time-bomb explosion of an air
plane at Longmont,uuo.iast ran.
l-illlno 14 mraiM. Thfl .bill now
goes to President. Eisenhower fori
hw signature, r .r--It
provides, for a penalty of 20
man in nrisnn and tlO.OOO fine
for wilfulivs-atteroDting to dam
age, disable, set fire to or wreck
a plahe or vehicle, It permits "a
death sentence or life inprison inprison-ment
ment inprison-ment if such acts cause any
If yon sutler from Getting Up
Night. Backache, Lg Pains,
of vigour. Nervousness or weak-.
m vou should hlp your ProxMto
' tiland Immediately wVh ROGENA.
This wonder nsdlclns make
you feel younger, stronger and
elel without Interruption. Oel
ROGKN A from your chemist today.
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' ST ON E FEAR ; ?
: with V'
Cornel WILDE and lean WALLACE
840 kcs., Panama Gty
V Telephone 2-3066
Today, Thursday, July
4:00 Feature Review
4-30 Wnat's Your Favorite (re (re-;
; (re-; questa taken by phone
:' ,. tiU3:00). -.
6:35-What's Your F avorlt
nn Tn v announced
6:li-BLUE RIBBON, SPORTS
REVIEW (raoss ueerj
6:30 Here's. To Veterana
6:45-Do It Yourself .,
7:00 Goon Show -7
-30 VOA Report From VS.
-!tn Take It From Here
g-nn You Asked Fdr .It (re
quests taken by phone
y till 7:30)
10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan Pan-ama
ama Pan-ama i; '.v.
m-aTemrile Of Dreams
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00 Sign OK. y .;
Tomorrow, Triday, July
:on Slen On Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken
by phone till 7:001
7 n Mnmin Ralon Concert
8:15 Church In The Wlldwood
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News .. -8:15
B :3ft-As I see It
10:00 JENNIFER'S JOURNAL
-V i (Cutex and Odoronoi
10:05 Soins and Needles (re
qhests taken by
phone- till 8:30
U4MI New -t
ii:05 iiDins -And -Need lea
ll :-30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 Newa , '
P.M. ' ,,
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:15 Music Of Manhattan :
1:30 Sons Of The Ploneerj
1 1:45 Songs of France
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
; 2:30 The Virginians
3:00 Hank finow And. His
Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Saihmy KayexShow
3:30 Music For Friday
4:00 Feature Review- ,
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re.
quests taken by phone
till 3:00),,, :
5:35-What's Your F v 0 H t
6:00 To be announced
0:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
. REVIEW (Pabst Beer
6:30-1-Your Dancing Party
6:45 MELCHRINO MUSI MUSICALS
CALS MUSICALS (Nescafe)
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater -j
7:30 VOA Report From U-S.
8:00 Music By Roth .. v-.n.
8:30 Short Story Theater
9:00 You Asked For It (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
till 7:30). -10:30
Cavalcade Of America -11:00
Jaza Till Midnight
12:00 Sign Off.
International Day -At
Iriternational Day nt Camp
Cazone, Fort Clayton last Satur
day, waa'in all ways a success.
Brlnglne together Girl Scouts
from Panama and the Canal
Zone, the occasion was marked
hv a free exenanee or weai ana
entertainment for all partici-
pating. w, ,.f r ..
There- were three distinct
erouos of Scouts who took part
in the nrozram. From Paname
came the International Glr?
Rrnnts. under the ledershin of
Mis. nenore. and the Mucha-
chas Oulas, led by Mrs. cornejo.
The Canal Zone Olrl Scouts act
ed as hostesses at tne ciayion
campsite which has been fur
nished tnem oy usakuakib.
In the course orthe day 1M
e-lrla mingled io?einer inter
changing thought on lucn
thinirs aa alnging. oancra,? ana
i -A anecial feature of t'n 'nw-
gram was the presence of Hilde Hilde-gard
gard Hilde-gard WUhelma who was repre representee
sentee representee "Girl Guides cf the
! world." Hildegard is a young
: German Scout who is ttaylng
mow at Cazone with Unit 6.
! The festival ended at 3 in the
afternoon when Army buseg ar arrived
rived arrived to take the Panamanian
Scouts home. As a final gesture
of sorority, the Camp Cazone
o-lrle nresentert each of their
a ... ... r, .'!
, guests Wim a gUl OI Uin scout
, "... I, , r rT' I,, rt.-
John COLLINS, in
' ... LAND OF PHARAOHS ;
. Also: tVV'.--l.-:
Richard TODD. In '"
INDEPENDENCE DAY PROGRAM United States Ambassador Julian Harrington Is sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by youthful participants in the Independence Day program given at the Estados
Unidos School in Panama. .The children are wearing traditional po.'lera and montuno cos costumes
tumes costumes for the occasion
House Republicans Determined
To Block Public Housing Bill
WASHINGTON, July 5 (UP)
Sep. Jesse P. Wolcott (R-Mich.)
said yesterday House Republicans
will stand firm oetunu their drive
to block- a Democratic bill autho authorizing
rizing authorizing a boost in public housing
construction. ; .. -- I
- Wolcott, top Republican on the
House Banking- Committee -and
House GOP spokesman on housing
matters; said the, Republicans will
not accept tthe bill even if it
means killing several other fedcr fedcr-al
al fedcr-al lousing programs. The mea measure
sure measure also wQuId,.ease liotne mort mortgage
gage mortgage terms.- v.,..-' ,.
House ; Democratic .Leader) John
W. ilcCormack. (..vlass.) sa4l the
GOP will have to take full respon responsibility
sibility responsibility for blocking new housing
legislation uv tins election- year.
Wolcott countered that housing
will not be a campaign issue in
the tall elections.
Meantime, the home building In
dustry took a "hands off." attitude
on the party quarrel.
It Wat understood noma wind winders
ers winders holiova they would not bo
badly hurt even if no bill It
passed becaute the Federal
Housing Administration hat ado ado-quale
quale ado-quale authority to inturo homo
House Committee Okays Hike
For Disabled War Veterans
WASHINGTON. July 5 (UP)-
The House Veterans Committee
voted yesterday to increase gov government
ernment government payments to most veter veterans
ans veterans disabled in military service by
10 per cent or more.
The oroDosed boosts. If finally
approved by Congress and the
Piesident. would cost an esti
mated 172 million dollars a year.1 would be provided for some other
Service connected compensation jseiiously-disabled groups now
payments for both disability and
death now are running aooui si,
ine commmee aura recumuiuu
ed legislation to stop payment of
nor..service connected pensions to
veterans in jail for 60 flays or
Another bill aDnroved by the
group would put new limitations
on distribution of estates piled up
from government compensation
payments to mentally-auing veter
y e ar1
ans. ...;;.s W:'
(jimmittee surveys last
disclosed what Chairman Olin E.
Teague (D-Tex.) considered abus
es or inequities in bout lieias.
Meantime, the committee dis diseased
eased diseased that tho Veterans Admin Administration
istration Administration estimates that a new
pension bill passed by the House
Ittt week would cost $27400,000, $27400,000,-600
600 $27400,000,-600 by tho yar 2,000. (
The bill, which would give
nedy World War I veterans a
$90 monthly pension at age 65 re regardless
gardless regardless nt disability, would boost
veterans costs by $367,900,000 the
first year. The extra outlay woald
rie to $618,500,000 the fifth year,
the VA said.
The long range cost estimate
ws made puDiic amra reports
that the pension bill, backed by
the American Legion and Veterans
of Foreien Wars, would wind up
in a Senr e Finance Committee
Some House sources feared the
propose increase in service-con-nerted
compensation also would
be bottled up by the Senate fi fi-nar.ee
nar.ee fi-nar.ee group for fear the pension
bill might be offered as an a
mndmen( on the Senate floor.
The new bill was sponsored by
Amvets, an organization of veter veterans
ans veterans of World War II and Korea,
which oDDOsed the pension b i I
I .1 11..... ....L-
paseu ay uie nuu mi
would provide an across-tho-
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and Mara Lynn- in
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leant at the present rate until
The Democratic bill how lies in
a House Rules Committee pigeon
hole. The committee voted against
sending it to the House floor for
action. All four Republicans' on
the Rules Committee and two
Democrats voted to table.o r kill,
Rep. Albert Rams (D Ala.),
chairman of the House banking
subcommittee on housing and au
thor of the Democratic bill, re
fused to consider offering a "com "compromise'
promise' "compromise' bill to break the legis.
alive sta eraate. -a
The Rains buT would provide
180.000 public housing units to be
build over the next three years.
President Eisenhower asked for
M.000 over the next two years. A
Senate-aDoroved bill wou.d pro
vide 675,000 over the next five
The bill also would ease mort
gage credits with the intent,
Rains, said, of spurring home con
struction to a yearly rate of l,i
600,000. He said the Eisenhower
administration had let housing
starts sag to less than one million
a year. -v
board increase of 10 nor tent in
payments for service-connected
disability ratings from 10 to 94
par cont. Men rated as 100 per
cant disabled would get an in
crease of about 27 per cent-from
$111 monthly to $225.
Increases of $30 per monthe might well have led the jack
drawing special awards of .from
$279 to $420 monthly. Extra com
pensation for dependents of sen
ioe increased ny 10 per cent,
About 2,084,000 veterans n o w
are drawing service connected
disability compensation. The Vet-
earans Committee said all but a
bout 20,000 of this group would
btwefit by yesterday's bilL
Army Taking Bids
July 9 At Corozal
For 135 Items
The Property Disposal Officer
at building- 708 Corozal, an announced
nounced announced today that bids will be
received at 9:00 a.m. on July 9
for 135. items of foreign excess
personal property located in
buildings 624 and 825, Corozal
These items Include:
Two tractors, gas, two forklift,
t r ucks, assorted typewriters,
refrigerators, telephone switch switchboard,
board, switchboard, payroll machines, check check-writing
writing check-writing machines, sound recorder-reproducer,
duplicating ma machines,
chines, machines, calculating machines,
dishwashing machines, cloth
cutting 'machines, dispensing
pump, musical instrument and
parts, material handling : equip equipment,
ment, equipment, electric ranges, books
vegetables peeling machines,
chemical equipment, single bed bedsteads,
steads, bedsteads, metal lockers, ovens, ta tables,
bles, tables, mattresses, general sup supplies,
plies, supplies, spare parts and many
other Items of Interest.
Information regarding sub-
mission of bids, may be obtained jtorney Pedro Rhodes of Colon
by Property Disposal Officer atjand two nephews, Sidney and
Corozal, telephone 4149.
- and -THE
jAcovr on mnri
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
NORTH (D) 28
K 10 8 4 2
Pass 1N.T. Past
Pass 2 N.T, Past
Pass Past 4 Past
Opening lead f 4
it used to be said that there
were only two good reasons for
failing to return your partner's
lead: not having any more cards
in the suit; and sudden death.
Modern players can think of many
other good reasons, aa today's
West opened the four of dia
mends. East out un th niun
of spades, .holding the trick, and
ieu anotner spaae. west discard discarded
ed discarded a club, dummy put up the
ten, and Eat won with the ac
East didn't return his remain remaining
ing remaining diamond. He knew his nart.
ner had led fourth best and that
he could have only one card low lower
er lower than his opening lead. At most,
therefore, West had started with
five diamonds. West could not be
ready to run the rest of the dia diamonds
monds diamonds unless his three best dia
monds were K-J-10, in which case
jt0i begin with.
j Reserving the diamond for la-
ter on, East returned the five of
lgpades. Declarer won in dummy
with the jaci 0f spades and fi-
Alert to the situation West shift-
ed t0 t ciUD Declarer finessed,
ifo-tog t0 East's king. Now East
returned the nine of diamonds,
ian( west. overtook with the ten
ito cash the king of diamonds and
thus set the contract
If East had returned the nine
of diamonds at his first oppor opportunity.
tunity. opportunity. West could not cash the
king without giving South a sec second
ond second diamond trick. South would
then make his contract with three
spades and two tricks in each of
the other suits. If West failed to
cash the king of diamonds, the
suit would be dead for the rest
of the hand, and South would duck
a heart to make sure of three
hearts, three spades, one dia diamond,
mond, diamond, and two clubs.
Joe Hughes Dies
Set For Monday
John (Joe Hughes, an em em-ploye
ploye em-ploye of the U.S. Army at Coro Corozal,
zal, Corozal, died suddenly at home last
nipht after a brief illness, He
was 58 years old.
The death of Mr. Hughes, a
former clerk at the Mouut Hope
cold storage plant, wag attrib attributed
uted attributed to a heart attack, pending
the result of an autopsy to be
performed by .the Panama
Funeral services have been
tentatively set for Monday at 1
p.m. at tne Corozal Chapel.
He is survived by his sister
Mrs. I. Btibble: his cousin, at
Italians Leave For Afoscov-
To Patch Up Togifoifi Ritf
! ;.Vv :v o "'
ROME, July 5 (UP) A delcga-'ment criticizing him was "an rt.
tion of Kalian Communists left by tremely important contributions contributions-plane
plane contributions-plane for Moscow today to try to wards expianning the questila
smooth out the post-Stalin split raised in the international work work-between
between work-between Italian party boss Pal-er? and Communist, movement by
miro Togliatti and the Kremlin, the criticism of Stalin."
! The quarrel, which began when "It is beyond discusion for me
logiiaui suggested mat many, oi
the faults of the Stalin regime were
made possiole by party "degener-
atiun" in Moscow, not only en-
dangered the. Italian leaders's posi-I
non witn tne Kremun but also sura on "dilferent judgments" on
threatened to destroy his alliancejthe Stalin errors. :
with Italian Left-wing Socialists. "A frank discussion on this sub-'
Togliatti backed water last night; ject can only be useful to the devel
but still insisted on the need for aiopment o! our movement, because
"frank discussion" of the varying it reflects a higher deeree of mu-
attitudes among the party faith
ful toward the current campaign
downgrading the late Soviet dic
Today's grim-faced special mis-!
sion to Moscow consisted of two I and the leadership of our party,
senators and Deputy Giancarloiare concerned, the unreserved ap-
Pajetta, 45, close friend Of Togli-'proval of the action which the lead-i
atti and leng-time member of the ers of the Soviet Communist party
Red party's executive and secre
tariat The senators were Celest
Negarville and Giacomo Pellegri
Moscow's slan at Toeliatti was
his first in 30 years of service
with the party.
Net said Toglatti had made a
"wrong interpretation" on "cer "certain
tain "certain aspects", of the situation as
it related to present-day Soviet
leaders and Stalin,
Togliatti, after an earlier ap apparent
parent apparent reluctance to reply, came
out last night with "unreserved
approval" for Moscow's anti-Stalin
He-' said the Russian party slate-
ruipT r rti r v' txr mnriThJQ
Jlcer, 612th Military Police Platoon. Fort Amador, receives a J
certificate of merit for safety from Lt. Col. R. W. Garrett, post
commander of Fort Amador, as Sfc. Alfred Chesney, First Ser- -geant
of the 512th looks on. The award Is for outstanding1
safety performance from June 1, 1954 to June 1, 1956, during
which time over 150,000 miles were driven without an acci acci-dent.
dent. acci-dent. (U.S. Army Photqh
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. Friday "SEVEN CITIES OF GOLD"
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ard I said so openly, that the line
followed by the Soviet comrades
iu building a Socialist Society
was rizht." he said.
Still he urged a "frank discus-
tual understanding and- confid confidence,".
ence,". confidence,". Togliatti said.
This difference of judgment"
does not wipe out, and in fact pos-J
sibly even strengthens, as far as
have been and are carrying out to,,
overcome completely the conse-
quences which the Stalin cult had
both in the Soviet Union and ln
the international workers move-
ment," be aaid. J
: Togliatti only recently ever v
came difficulties within his own
party over his acceptance of the
new Moscow party line.
Many among his hard-core
membership opposed the anti.Sta-I
His rush now to get back in line
with Moscow contrasted, sharply
with his. June 16 statement thaC
"The Soviet model cannot and'
must not be obligatory any more.TJ
Tt nanffiri nAmmonHtntr nf-
Stanwyck tt Barry Sullivan
Friday "TOP GUN" 1
Margaret Lockwood & Orson Welles
"TROUBLE IN THE GLEN"
Friday "LUCY GALLANT'
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THURSDAT, JULY 5,
lily 4 Tradition Say ::BmV6apliee; : Wofld SeFie
iGnrushing Dodgers, Indians
? Seem Bent On Breaking It
Of July Classic
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
t JSBP mpm:
By MILTON RICHMAN
- NEW YORK, July 5 (UP)-If the old Fourth
, of July tradition holds up, the Yankees will meet the
graves in the World Series this fall but don't try
-j'to sell that old chestnut to the onrushing Dodgers
,"The two clubs In first place
"oh the mornlnir of July S, so the
legend goes, are destined to face
each other In the World Series.
-That-would be the yanicees, wnc
lead the American League by 3 3-,
, 3-, v. wimes. today, and the Braves
' atop the National League by pn-
. ly five percentage pouus.
f rMevelund and Brooklyn, how-
ever.are playingthe best ball, in
r their respective leagues. As a
matter of fact, they were the on on-"
" on-" ly clubs to sweep doublehead doublehead-f
f doublehead-f vesterday. the Indians
S vnivtinir nver ths Tigers twice
t fi-4 and 3-1. and the Dodgers
' taking a pair from the Giants,
J 15-2 and 8-1. ;
The Indians, with a five-game
winning streak, have won 14 of
' their last 16 games and now are
i only 4ft games out of first place.
I The Dodgers have copped eight
f nt thpii- lost it srames and are
! onlyr s half-game removed from
the lead.. i
; f: smith's two-run triple In
? thv ninth toning of the opener
. provided young nero ocur?
his margin' of victory in; Cleve-
land's opening victory although
i Score needed relief from Cal Mc Mc-.
. Mc-. Llsh when the Tigers rallied for
three runs in the last of the
ninth. Smith also drove In s
1 pair of runs in the nightcap asj
rcarlv Wvnn hurled a four-nit-
more, 10-8, In the opener, only
to drop a 7-4 decision to the
Orioles in the nightcap which
was called after six innings be because
cause because of rain. Senator owner
Calvin Griffith officially pro
tested the second game because
he felt plate umpire Ed Hurley
failed to call the game soon
enough. Lefty Chuck Stobbs reg
istered his seventh victory in
the opener as Jose Vaidivielso
homered and Ed Yost collected
three hits. Reliever Don ferrar
ese was the winner in the night nightcap
cap nightcap when the Orioles routed Hal
Griggs and Connie Grob with
four runs in the sixth. Tost
homered for Washington.
The Dodgers pounded five Gl
ant Ditcher, for 18 hits, includ
ing homers by Roy Campanula
and Duke Snider, in winning the
opener. Don Newcombe picked
up his 10th victory although he
gave way to m Roeouck in me
ninth. Lanky. 19-year-old Don
Drysdale was the winner In the
nightcap although he. too, need
ed relief m tne mntn. The
Dodgers, however, clinched the
game in the iirst inning wnen
they knocked out Jim Hearn
with a three-run burst.
St.- T.ouisVhelled G 5ne Conlev
from the mound with a five-run
rally in the seventh inning to
defeat Milwaukee, 6-4 in the
opener but Bo'od7 Buhl's three
ter for his nmtn victory. t"nih-1 t ltchl nB Mve the Brave s.the
-rye defeats fTTJi second game, 6-1. Ken Boyer hit
home losing streak to 14 games. hts mh h h()mer ,n the flrgt
. ti-, vonirpp Dllt with '' the
u'oii smr insins the opener, 7-6
when Jim Plersall singled home
the winning run oix xom ttur ttur-divant
divant ttur-divant in the lltiv inning and
winning the nightcap, 9-4, with
a 14-hit barrage that included
homers by winning pitcher ; Don
I.arsen and Bill Skowron. Ted
umihoMj! nrt nillv Martin each
homered In the first game, cred-j
Ucd to reliever Leo Kieiy. "- ;
ManWe nulled a H?a
ment in his right knoe while
making a throw to the plate in
the first game. and although the
injury was not considered, serl serl-mn
mn serl-mn he missed nlivlnt? in his
first tramp of the campaign in
th. tiiahtrnn . ;:
1 Southpaw Billy Pierce racked
uphis 8th straight victory and
hiWth of, the season when he
nitrhpri the White Sox to a 5-?
trfftmph -over .the Athletics In
th first game but Kansas City
capitalized on two error? to score
three runs off Gerry staley in
. tire first Inning cf the nightcap
, and go on to win, 3-2. Alex Kell Kell-nei
nei Kell-nei scored his sixth victory al
though needing relief from An
piomar ana sobby snaniz.
Washington defeated Baltl
Today Encanto .25 .15
"THE GIRL IN THE RED
. VELVET SWING55
v ? Van 'Johnson,' In
"SIEGE AT RED RIVER"
TWay '.IDEAL .20 .10
-".' Burt Lancaster, in
H,. To Ftprnltv
Louis Havward, in
"SON OF DR. JEKYLL"
game, which Murry Dickson
won, while Hank Aaron slammed
his ninth homer for the Bra vet-
in the finale.? v
Ted Kluszewskl hit three home
runs one in the opener and two
in the nightcap but second-
place j Cincinnati v could only
manage a split against Chicago
The Cubs won ttw opener, 5-4
with the help -pi homers by Er
nie Banns ana r wait Mcryn
while? Brookw Lawrence reeled
off his llth. straight victory
without a defeat in pitching the
Redlegs to a 4-3 triumph in the
nightcap. Jim King drove in all
oi unicago runs in tne second
game with a pair of homers
while rookie Prank Robinson hit
his 18th homer for Cincinnati.
Kluszewski's three homers gave
nun a toiai oi zo.
' Left-handed Harvey Haddix
scattered eight hits as th Phil
lies beat the Pirates, 4-2, in the
first of two, games, but Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh won the nightcap, 8-4. El Elmer
mer Elmer Valo hit a pair of homers
lor the Phils In the opener and
Marv Blaylock hit one. In the
nightcap, Blaylock, playing firs
base, made two errors on the
same play to help the Pirates
score six runs In the first In
ning. Reliever Roy Face was the
winner., uei Ennis homered foi
Kluszewskl, who smat shed
three homers for Cincinnati ftt
a doubleheader nga'nst Chicago.
. NO EXPERIENCE
NEW YORK (NEA) Three ma
jor' league coaches are without
major league playing experience.
They are Bill Lobe of the Indians.
Jack Tighe of the Tims and the
Senators Joe Fitzgerald.
. Marlene Haage
f REFRESHING' Marie Bau Bauer
er Bauer Hagge finds the water fount fountain
ain fountain almost as refreshing as the
Sl,350 she received for winning
the Ladies' PGA at Bloomfield
In The Majors
(Based on 175 offia'al at bats)
Player and Club r it t k Mt
Bailey. Cincl. 56 175 29 58 .331
Boyer, St. L. 73 293 57 96 .3
Robinson, Cin. 71 250 56 79 .316
Aaron; Mil. 66 254 40 80 .315
Moon, St. IX 69 246 44 77 .313
Isthmian Amateur Piny
Scheduled For July 21
Mantle, N. Y. 73 272 69 101 .371
Maxwell. -Det .' 62 200 44 71 .350
Kuenn, Det 63 237 36 80 .338
Skowron, N. Y, 56 183 24 59 .322
Nleman, Balti. 56,190 24 61 21
' HOME RUNS
Mantle, Yanks 29
Banks, Cubs ..,.. 21
; Kluszewskl, Redlesg .... 20
s Boyer,' Cards 20
. Snider, Dodgers ...,.., 19
RUNS BATTED IN .-V
I MantieL Yank . . . . 71 s
iwertz: Indians 60
' Boyer, Cards 60
. Simpson; Athletics ...... 59
'Musial, Cards ........... 57
Mantle, Yanki 69
Yost, Senators' .......... 57
, Boyer, Cards 57
Robinson, Redlegs 56
' Lopez, Athletics 54
Mantle, Yanks v
Ashburn, Phils 9Q
Runnels, Senators 89
: Simpson, Athletics 89
(Based en 7 Decisions)
. - W I. Pet
Lawrence, Redlegs -.110
Pierce, White Sox ... 13 2
Craig, Dodgers 8 2
Sturdivant, Yanks w.T 2
Brewer, Red Sox ....10 3
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Rodolfo "Flfl Tom's pennant'
bound Chesterfield Smokers of
Colon scored an easy 100-72 vic victory
tory victory over the Agenda Seymour
quintet Monday night la the first
same of a twinbul that saw the
high flying Gallitos Cigarettes
lose their undefeated statu; tc
Panama Cigarettes, 64 to 51
drop into a first place tie with
The Chesterfield victory and
Gallitos loss set the stage for
their upcoming contest this Sat
urday at the National Gymna
sium. Both teams will be disput
ing the league leadership which
they, now share with identical
won and lost records 5 wins
and 1 defeat.
Tom held his charges to i
mere 100 points as. they practl
cally walked all over -Agenda
Seymour. While the fans howled
for the defending champions tc
try to break the ill point-record
Chesterfield took it easy and
coasted to only loo points. Car
los Pomares was thu big gun In
tne smoker attack with 21
Chesterfield and their rooters
were hoping to catrh up with
tne nign-iiymg Gallitos Satur Saturday
day Saturday when they clash In the sea season's
son's season's most important game, but
their expectations were realized
Monday when a spirited Pana
ma Cigarette team outlasted
the Smoking Roosters 64-57 in
At half time. Galllto was a-
head, but during the last half of
piay, tne winners forged ahead
and held on 'grimly to their slim
seven-point lead to th? end.
Observers of the ame were
anticipating this Gallito defeat
having detected signs of degen degeneration
eration degeneration In Gallito's last outings
Chesterfield now looms as a
strong? r favorite to cop the
The Isthmian Amateur v golf
cnampionsnip ior 1956 wm get
underway this coming July 21
when the finest of the Isthmian
slmon-puJe mashie swingers
tee-off at the challenging Bra Brazos
zos Brazos Brook course.
The Panama Golf Association
announced today that nlay as in
the past will consist of 72 holes
of medal play with the first 36
holes also serving as qualifying
rounds to determine who will be
this year's edition of Mr. Golf of
tne istnmus. :r
An innovation is being Intro
duced this year to decide the a a-mateur
mateur a-mateur champ: the 72 holes of
play will be over four different
course and not confined to a
single site of play as formerly.
Competition will commence at
the Brazos Brook-links on Sat
urday. July 21, for the first 18
holes with the scene switching
to the tough Ft Davis course
the following day for the second
18-noie round. -,. ;
The 45 low-scoring competi
tors of the starting field will
then assemble at the ocean ocean-side
side ocean-side Ft. Amador lay-out for the
third round matches on the fol following
lowing following Saturday July 28.' with
the final 18 holes going to the
dhampionshlp Panama Golf
Club course on Sunday, July 29.
The Isthmian golfing frater
nity decided at the completion
of last year's tournament that
this plan of play would preclude
any one player having the ad
vantage or playing his home
course for the entire 72 holes
and -would also provide for a
real test in deciding just 'who
is the top Isthmian golfer.
It is expected that this year
will draw one of the largest
starting fields to compete for
the coveted title and that excel excellent
lent excellent golf, thrills, and all the col color
or color of a real big-time tournament
will predominate for player and
spectator alike throughout the
gruelling 72 holes of medal play.
Every one of the four, courses
presents challenging features ofl
meir own ana it is aouDtim II a
tougher test could be devised.
"Phe qualifying group ,- of 45
players will be divided Into five
flights of nine players each for
the final 36 holes for the pur
pose or prize distribution, but
regardless of position all 45
players will be in contention for
the title of Isthmian chamn un
til the last putt has been sunk.
There will be merchandise
prizes for the winner and run-
the medalist. In addition the
nerup of each flight and for
winner will get trophy.
Golf enthusiast Jim Ridge, the
locai oioraitar Life insurance
man, Is donating a large perpe perpetual
tual perpetual trophy on which will be en
graved the winners' name. This
cup will be displayed at the
winners norae club until the fol
lowing year's tournameniRidge
wiu aiso present to the champ a
small replica of this trophy for
his own keepsake.
Requirements for entry are
that the player be a bona-flde
member of any one of the Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian golf clubs, which include
Panama, Brazos Brook, Ft. Da Davis,
vis, Davis, Ft Amador, Summit, Gam Gam-boa,
boa, Gam-boa, Rodman and .ft. Clayton;
that he complete the entry blank
which will be available at all
clubs, pay his entrance fee of $3
which must accompany the ap application,
plication, application, and do this prior to 6
p.m. Sunday, July 15. No entries
will be accepted after this
dead-line date. ?
Pairings and starting times
for the first 36 holes of qualify
ing play, will be made by ; the
Panama Golf Association and
the assignments publicized by
Wednesday, July 18. Pairings for
the final 36 holes of play will be
based on 1-2-3 order of qualifi qualification
cation qualification and finish after 54 holes
of competition, players falling to
appear on the starting tee five
minutes alter tneir assigned
starting time will be automat!
callv disoualified. ; i v: ; i.
U.S.G.A. rules for medal play
with applicable local course rules
will govern all play. Winter rules
will prevail on all four courses
and fairway lies may be improv improved
ed improved on all holes. Cleaning of ball
will be nermitted on nutting
greens only. Practice on or to
green on- day of tournament is
prohibited. .AH violations of
rules will result In the appllca
ble penalty or possible disqual
ification, practice rounds pre
ceding the tournament will have
to be arranged for by the indi individual
vidual individual player and the particular
NEW YORK, July 5-UP)
Turf dom's Mr. Millionaire
"Nashua,", himself has come
back from twe losing race to
win the $75,001 Suburban
Handicap at Belmont "Dedi "Dedicate"
cate" "Dedicate" finished second and
' The time for the mile and
one-quarter race was a snappy
2:00 4-5. . w
Ken Roscvcll Deals
Seixas To Reach
WIMBLEDON. England. July
5, (UP) Ken Rosewall of Aus Australia
tralia Australia yesterday beat Vic Seixas
of United States to train the
men's final in the Wimbledon
Rosewall won 6-3, 3-6, 6-8, 6-3
and 7-5 in a hard fought semi semifinal
final semifinal match. It? was Rosewall's
ninth win over y the Philsde: Philsde:-phian
phian Philsde:-phian in their last ten meetings.
Seixas beat Rosewall In the Da Davis
vis Davis Cup matches in Australia
two years ago in his only win of
these 10 matches.
Rosewall will tneet either Lou
Hoad, his fellow countryman or
Ham Richardson of We.stP.elrt
New Jersey,- for the men's title
The match yesterday was de
layed by rain for nearly two
hours, some fifteen thousand
fans looked on.
Along The Fairways
MRS. LOUISE JONES WINS LA LADIES'
DIES' LADIES' TOURNAMENT AT PAN
AMA GOLF CLUB
Mrs. Louise Jones defeated
Mrs. Connie Bishop 4-3 in the
finals of a singles handlcao golf
tournament completed Saturday
at Panama Golf Club. This tour
nament was open to all women
golfers with current club handi
caps, and in winning Mrs. Jones
deieatea syiva carpenter ana
Kay Purdy, while Mrs. Bishop
won over Katie Call and Lee
Saturday's final match was
very even, but the strokes Mrs.
Bishop gave away proved too
much against the steady and
accurate Mrs. Jones. .t
In connection with this tour
nament a plate, or consolation
flight was arranged for all
those knocked out in the first
round of play. This flight was
won by Mrs. Mary Bi?gs 3-2 in
good match' with Mrs. Aurce
The Stud Mlura's classy little
Chilean bred chestnut horse
Mossadeq yesterday was in rare
form and ran away with top
honors in the $3,000 added one
mile and five-sixteenths Fourth
of July Classic at the Juan
Franco race track.
, The Luis H. Farrugla trained
five-year-old son of Damiani-
Flexton raced away from bis
contenders down the backstrecch
the second time around the an
cient Sabanas oval to reach tne
finish line fully ten lengths in
front of second place finisher
Town's Wall which was in turn
three lengths ahead of Rosier.
Mutuels favorite Polemon disap
pointed, and wound up a very
Town's Wall set tne early pace
with Empire Honey and Hurling
Park in closest pursuit but mos
sadea moved to the leader pass
inir th iudges the second time
around, took command entering
the back stretch then gradually
increased his margin under the
steady drive of jockey Ruoen
Vasquez who did not let up
even when victory was assured
Town's Wall then staved off
Roster's challenge for k second
Rosier turned in a crediraoie
performance," coming up from
last place in the first quarter to
easily take show money, paaui
ro. Empire Honey and Hurling
Park trailed in that order. The
time was 2:21 1-5.
The winner.- second choice In
the betting, returned $7.80. $4
40, $5.60 across the board and
combined with Town's Wall for
a Juicy $31.40 qulniela. This,
however, was insignificant when
compared with the $465.40 first
double returned by After Me
and Lanero. The latter was the
day's only shocker. He paid off
to the tune of $154 ner ducat.
Apprentice- Osvaldo de Leon
probably surprised even himself
by scoring three victories a
board After Me, Dlstlngo and
i FIRST RACE
1 After Me $13.60. 9 60,
2 Single Slipper 6 60
1 Lanero $154. 19.R0. 26 20
2 Jaquimazo $5, 5.20
3 Ocean Star $26.20
First Double: $465.40
1-Solito $3.60. 2.80. 2.20
2 Black Bee $3.20, 2.40
3 Damadura $3
1 Olimplco $3. 3. 2.60
2 Paparrora $4.20. 2.40
3 Little Blue $3.20.
. Qnlnlela: $8.46
. FIFTH RACE
1 Montero $10.80, 4.20, 2-80
2 Marcellta $3.20, 2.20
3 Mimi $2.60
' SIXTH RACE
1 Distlngo $5.20, 4.40, 2.40 ..
2 Panlcus $6.40, 4.40
3 Lyrical $2.60
- SEVENTH RACE
1 Florera $5, 2.20
2 Dona Beatrlz $2.20
Second Donble: S4.49
v f EIGHTH RACE
1 Mossadeq $7.80. 4.40. 5.60
2 Town's Wall $6.60, 7.40
3 Rosier $13
Qulniela; $31.46 1
1 Maria Stuardo $640, 3.80 v
2 Elko $4.60
1 Kensington $4.40. 3.60. 2.60
2 Don Cuto $5.60, 2.80
3 Arpegio $9.80
1 Oro Purito $5. 5.20. 4.40
2 Rio Negro $9.60, 9.40 r
3 Incalca $2.80. .
St. Louis .
TODAY'S GAMES ':
Brooklyn at New York (N)
Chicago at Milwaukee IN
Only games scheduled,
Brooklyn 15, New York 2
Brooklyn 6, New. York I
St Louis 6, Milwaukee 4
Milwaukee 6, St. Louis 1
Chicago 5, Cincinnati 4
Cincinnati 4, Chicago I
(First Game) 1
Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh 8, Philadelphia
. BALL LEAGUE
Friday mornine at Cristobal.
the interplayground basketball
no ntim An.n.ri ...iu i.
:..?u" T. 8 a new program tor
" U On4 T' lAnmijt 11.
ri, dengues pidyms uon in tne Pacific S
xuc jnai, Kiiiiic aawjviaigarua s towns Will he unvoiU i v
a icauc lisse jnsionfu wi;i nisport all
ease, cy tne .vie ,r 4.) to l.j Ljui.,.,:.. j
iii. i-1 i i .
wmuuns wdS liign point maniget underway at 7
.370 20 ft
, TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at Detroit -1
New York at Boston1 fJ,D-N)
Only games scheduled,
Cleveland 6, Detroit 4
Cleveland 3, Detroit 1
(First lame) -. .' -Boston
7, New York 8
(Second. Game) 1
New York 9, Boston 4
(First Game) T"
Chicago 5 Kansas City
(Second Game) I
Kansas City 8, Chicago J ;
Washington lb, Baltimore I
Baltimore 7, Washington 4.
fc3 Pcnj Tcsar.:
with 16 points for Margarita.
nauser scored n points lor Cris Cristobal
In the second game of the
July 23, at the Paramo ; i ; ,,!
vow uity gymnasiums.
iThe tournament will cos t r?
men's, women's ii hih ,i
day, Cristobal "D" league beat boy' divisions. The local reme.
Margarita's 'D" league, by the sentatives of Universal Snort
score of 59 to 33. Cristobal took
a half time lead of 28 points, in
tne second nail Margarita play-
and third nlaee rhimninnin
Phies for the men's divison and
To J-Gala On
a good match
Prizes ere presented in the fs picxea
clubhouse before a small bit imjwnam grouna during the
ed it even with the Cristobrl tirst and second place trophies for
xivc. icu jjunua ana Kicnara ""', vv" auu uiu scnooi dovs
ikl i.i. flluieiniie T'. n
imi were nign point men iori
(jristooai scoring 17 and 16
points respectively. Hleh nolnt
man for Margarita was J. Cro-
nan scoring 18 points,
Margarita "E" League
Wilder ... .. :
Taylor ., t ., ., o
c Director-of the tournament is
Stanley Loney, Paraiso ymna ymna-sium,
sium, ymna-sium, telephone 4 590. Entry
blanks may be obtained from G.
SSWi t,dflS Service CenterJ
Harold Brown, La Boca pi a y.
ground; Loney. Paraiso-
Hench, Santa Crui- gymnasium;
and Harold Scott. Rsinhnu, r;t
summations a m o n r Atlant
4 12i?,mB venmSr. wm held at the
- "uow city gymnasium. Players
17 6 12 40
Margarita "D'" League
... .... a
Rankin t. n
Wilder .. 4
Butcher ,. .. .. .. .. 0
13 4 10 33
de Boyrie i
Smith .. v
Cristobal "E" League
Ut ft pr p
NEW YORK, July 5 (UP)-The
enthusiastic .group of other club ff..?'
Every Tuesday is -Ladies Day,--r- chln ...
4 7 11 15
Cristobal "D" League
at 'the'panama'oolf Club. and r- Pace-setting
Hioiw iitprt tn inin in th. fp.L Strong pitching e n a b 1 c d the
......... ... ... ... ... tn' 1WMD Iha r HnnhIoh.H
1 SJi CHSTTrrTi
CAN FILL YOUR NEEDS!
er against itocnester. They won
the first game, 6-6, behind ?Ed
Blake's six-nitter and captured the
second ame, 3-1, behind Don
Johnson almost matched Blake's
shutout, going all the way to the
ninth inning before giving up a
home run to the Red Wings' Tom
At Buffalo, the last-place Bisons
won both their games against
Montreal. 5-4 ana 5-2. In the open opener,
er, opener, the bisons scored all their
runs, including a grand slam
homer by Luke Easter, in the
third inning. Larry Donovan lim
ited the Royals to four hits in the
Havana totaled 11 hits in each
game in sweeping its twinbill a-
gainst Columbus, 7-6 and 7-4. Rich Richmond
mond Richmond downed Miami twice. 7-1
and 7-2, to move to withing two
games or tne iirst division.
NO OVERTIME, EITHER
NEW YORK (NEA) Rov
Campanella of the Dodgers once
caught four games in a day
working both games in a set of
two Negro League doubleheadcrs
S. Leon . .j .. ., l
26 7 11 59
Paiijj i:i Back
Wronc foodi and drinka, worry, Tr
work, and frqunt cold, of'i-n put
(train aa tha Kldnara. and Kidnr and
Bladder troublaa mar causa Excmtr
Aolditr. StronK. Cloudy Crina, Gatti
Up Nichta, Burning Passaaea, lt
Palna, Kervousneaa, EHMineja, Swollen
Ankles, Rheumatiam. Puffy tyelioa ana
felint old befora your time. Help your
kidneys purify your blood with Cyeteie.
Cystsx coea right to work helping your
kidneys I ways: L Cleans out poiaonoua
acids, t. Combats germs in the urinary
system, s. bootnea ana caime jrrM"-
tissuea. And thus yon qulrkly ret oa tl
road ra enjoying fife inia. bat SysM
whp qualify on the Atlantic side
will enter the main tournament at
raraiso in th. ntni.fm.i. ti..
. ... ...... .uinia. X u V
deadline for entries if July 16.
The tournament committee will
provide tables, nets, and special
tournament balls that have been
ordered, from the United States.
The Paraiso and Rainbow City
gymnasiums will be available for
?-iCtiC V M?ndyV Wednesdays,
and Fridays, from 7 to 9 p.m.
VQ !.:re l!c:;yf
Bsi! f!ct Players
NEW YORK WffA .. v..
0 been 36 years since Man o'War
0. retired as the richest nnrtA in
turf history. His earnings were
Today, :. a horse must earn
$356,941 to place himself as No.
50 on the list of all-time mom
winners. Nashua- leads --with $1..
102,865, but his position is not ai
strong as it seems; When Cita Citation
tion Citation quit in 1952, he had .$1,085,6. i.
Needles, the 3-year-old, appeari
to have the best chance to com
close, .v v.-,
Players have not been kern,
ing pace with the thoroughbred !.
Criticism Is Music
To Charley Goldm::
NEW YORK (NEA) -When T -ry
Calhoun : knocked out V. ;: t
Vaughn in eight rounds at M :
son Square Garden, the 21-v
old middleweight had a bad t s
here and there along the wav.
In the third round, he let Vaii
gtt away after flooring him v
a left hook.
"He reminds me of Rocky ?
ciano...I mean the way he 1..
so bad at times,' somebody s
after the fight
That's right," Charley C
man, who handled Marciann s
is now Calhoun's trainer, sn
"He is just like Rocky. So
times he don't look good at ;
the smart guys. But for som- i
son he ain't lost a fieht vrt
he usually knocks out the
fAXAMA A?.rrrICAN AN IXTElTXErXT DAILY NTWSPAPntV
,afie;' keeps tfe-jf op Busy I o Sit Around
And Grow Oil
' LAUGHING r.lATTm-rT
' ". i : "i
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By Victor Gray
The league leading New York Yankees with six victories In
seven games played walked away with the honors In the Junior
cacuit. The Bombers widened their lead to four games over
me second place White Sox at the expense of tallenders Kansas
City and Washington, while tecond place Chicago and third
pmce Cleveland engaged in one of those sudden death series
l tu! Indians coming out on top with three triumphs In the-J
' I e liid M vni ano'her pnme to make his record 11
1 1 A J s r.-ukey fimtle fcir- d homers No
ii.1; i i .oof t..e tioutit i a, ii r asauiit t;.e
o.i taua.iy. iviiCKey continues to oominate the home
i ( ..u uamt of the American League, eight games ahead of
e i.uins xecora oreaning year, izo, when he hit 6U home
Last week's activities:
New York, v
, 7 -,7
TOTALS. .1 .26 26 232 454 51 252 454 51
Season's totals: "'
, G. XV. L Pet. R. B. E. B. H. E.
' New York. . .71 46 25 .648 397 634 69 303 588 83
Chicago. ... .65 39 28 .600 341 613 47 267 568 74
Cleveland. . .68 39 29 .574 343 574 58 272 561 63
Boston. .67 35 32 .522 338 664 71 342 581 55
Baltimore. .' . 70 32 38 .457 257 652 74 303 614 73
Detroit. . .67 30 37 .448 328 630 60 300 618 65
Washington. .74 29 45 .192 321 610 62 452 713 62
Kansas City. ,70 28 44 3U 312 604 75 402 647 62
TOTALS. I .276 276 2641 4890 527 2641 4890 S27
, (Includes games of Sunday, July 1) r
The MUwaukee Braves winning streak came to an end
last week Tuesday at 12. games. It took Robin Roberts
to stop the Inspired Warriors with a neat six-hitter, the Braves
Dowmg w roe Fnuues by a score of 4 ta 2. The Phils also took
the rubber game of the series the following night when In the
wwer lenin bian ixroata powerea a mignty home run into the
lert field stands to give his team a 4 to 3 victory.
Brooks Lawrence, Negro righthander for Cincinnati, racked
up his tenth victory without a defeat last week Wednesday
when he set down the slump-ridden Pirates with eight hits for
a 10 to 2 win. -: t. .
Ernie' Banks,another Negro, who cavorts around the short
stop territory for the Chicago Cubs, mcved ahead In the home
run derby when he slammed homers No. 19 and 20 In Sunday's
(' nibleheader against the Milwaukee Braves. For some unknown
i oon, Cincinnati's Roy McMillan will be starting the All-Star
i e on July 10 in Washington instead of the slugging Ernie.
Here's how they fared last week:
,,, G. W. L. Pet. R. R. E.
xl.lyn.-. 4 8 6 2 750 46 68 6
J'nati. . .7 5 2 .714 45 74 5
y York. ... 6 4 2 .667 21 50 8
Louis. ... 6 "3 3 .500 '31 59 5
(aukee. . 7 3 4 .429 25 49 9
ladelphia. ... 2 ,4 433 33 64 3
iT"o. . . 7 2 5 3.W 30 54 10
7jurgh. ,. 6 1 5 .167 18 48 18
TOTALS. ,' .27 27 -249 466 64
G. W. L. Pet. R. R E.
vaukee. . .63 37 26 .587 290 541 61
innati. . .67 39 28 .582 353 618 54
kiyn. . .67 38 29 .567 309 552 58
Louis. . .69 36 33 .522 346 675 64
burgh. . .65 32 33 .492 283 560 74
'adelphia. .67 28 39 .418 293 547 34
v York. . .65 27 38 .415 223 510 73
cago. ... ,63 26 37 413 279 531 51
TOTALS: V. .263 263 2497 4362 484
249' 466 64
By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK (NEA) It was
two years ago that Sunny Jim
Fitzsimmom. led a visitor over to
one of his barns at Aqueduct and
said, yes, he sure would be 80
years old next.month and to
watch your step, because here is
tue norse you wanted to see,
The horse was strapping two-
year-old named Nashua, and he
had been burning up his division
asruuah colt, you know," Air
Filz said, "Right now he looks
good. But I can't tell you he'll be
a Kentucky Derby winner of any
thing like that. When you've been
around horses, you know that kind
of talk is nonsense. We'll keep
developing him and hope he'd
come along for next year."
AtcrrUz now tells you he will
be 82 next month. And Nashua
"came along" into a horse which
wins money as casually as a man
goes to work in the morning.
when you get down to it, how
ever, nothing really has chenged
for Mr. Fits.
At 5:30 each morning, he parks
his car alongside the cottage he
uses as headquarters At Aque
"Where's that Gump?" he'll
yell out. "Tell him I want that hi
ly to work this- morning, so he
better get her ready."
He'll start stamping around the
stable area, using a light alimi-
num crutch to support his arthritis-bent
He has,' lor example, another
twu-year.old colt that a; visitor
wanted to see.
"Hey!" he yelled at a stable-
hand, "bring Bold Ruler out here.
This gentleman wants to see him.
Hurry up now. Don t waste time."
They trotted out a proud-look-ins
dark bay colt which stopped,
stuck his head proudly in the air
and gave his audience a once o-
Bold Ruler has been a smashing
two-year-old. He has been to the
post five times and on each oc
casion he won like a good thing,
like Nashua, he is a Nasrullah
which excites racing people in a
similar way. 4
But for Mr. Fits, again, .nothing
"He beats all these horses a a-round
round a-round here now," be was ssylng
"but this isn't next year. If you
want to talk about next year, you
can. But I'm. not going to. .
He went on into the same touch touches
es touches of horse philosophy he ad advanced
vanced advanced that morning two years
back. "-',','-" I
It is this business of always
taking of the present, while paln-
n:ng for the future, that keeps an
81 year-old a trifle brighter than
most of .the "young xias around
You don't hear of the Sheeps
1 J T IT'- I. 1 1. t . .1.-1
uchu ray a i at ai me imii ul uit' g
centrury. You hear, instead, tf joes a
Ho d Kulcr making ms next start
at Saratoga. Or, perhaps, of a
yearling being broken,
James Fitzsimmons still is a
bright eyed, sharp-witted Irish
man, who gets mad at the tele
vision set "because it keeps me
up too late, gives nil stable
-help a stiff lashing when the spir
it moves him and sends big win
ners to the track. ; .
I sA ; i' ; I HOULOATBIIP I-
' If' viJ i : FCm DAvt &QarE KeAUBiN&
i t v VVM i"l imarm rrm tWOMBRlL.
I tw I VA MAN At WELL A6 ..(
' -r. ' '
To Sponsor Teeusp
The Diablo gym la sponsoring
a rouna-rooin tennis Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament for teen-age boys begin
mng Wednesday, July 11 Any perfect right to Uke pride ia his
boy between the ages of 14 and accomplishment -19
who Is a graduate or student Yet Cox, pitying a match with
cf canal Zone achools may par-1 his wife, failed to wia the hole,
tlcipate. Registration for the Given a stroke a hole, Mrs Cox
tournament will begte Monday 'placed her tee shot eight feet feet-July
July feet-July 9, and will continue until from the pin, sank the putt for a
the tournament begin. --"? two. shared -the unusual one on
The length of the tournament the scorecard. ; ; m
will depend upon the number of
Enough To 0:at
Golfer's Wife1 f
NEW HA8TT0RD, N.Y. VEA)
When Robert V. Cox seed the
126-yard 13th hole of the Yahnun-
umia viou uio course, he had a
boys who sien up. Any boy who
wisnes to, enter the tournament
NEW YORK (NEA) Hirsch
may do so by registering in. per- Jacobs on 11 occasions topped all
son at the Diablo -Gym or by.tnoroughbred trainers in the Unit Unit-telephone.
telephone. Unit-telephone. If you wish to enter 'ed States-4933 through 39 and
come to the gym either Mondayi'41 through '44. :
or Tuesday, or call 2-2978. .', .
' The schedule for matches wfJl two out of three sets and a tro tro-be
be tro-be announced as soon as regis- phy will be given to the winner
tratlon closes. Matches will be of the tournament 1
Big Ballplayers, Not Bunny
Causing Home Run Splurge
By HARRY GRAYSON still had to ask him where he got
" the "Big" nickname.
CINCINNATI (NEA) The Reds
leading the cannonading in the "SIMPLY BiCAUSS f was the
home run epidemic has Dave bigpest man on the club," be
Grote, the National League tub
thumper, talking bigger than a
Texan. ,V; .-- : ;
It's not the ball or smaller
parks endangering lives in distant
stands and streets. It's the bigger
baseball like Sam Snead
It's the outgrowth of the
change in scouting techniques
Mr. Fita watched as Bold Ruler
wa led away.
Nice looking colt," he said.
"He wanted to run right off the
bat. When we started training
him in Florida.' he was doing a
quarter in 22 and 23. That's real
Mr. Fiu went oacc into tne oi-
fice and bis son, John, started to
ask him about a stabiehand s pay.
"He told me," John said, "that
vou said be would ne paia as an
exercise boy, retroactive to last
week. That meaas I owe him two
weeks pay at that rate."
"I never told him anything like
that I remember just what I told
him." Mr. Fits snapped.. "Pay
him lust like the rest of them."
Two years from now, chances
are, you can spend a carbon copy
. t : :,u vl. l
oi uus morning wiui jour. rtu.
Provided, of course that he has
another Nashua or Bold Ruler in
in his pitching days, Ed was
6-1 and weighed 196 pounds. Fox
a quick illustration of what this
means, take Don Newcombe of to today's
day's today's Brooklyn Dodgers. He is 6-4
and weighs 225. Walsh could be
safety hidden behind him.' .-:
: .-: And if anybody feels the ''small ''smaller
er ''smaller ball park" is increasing home
since woria war w, sy rresi-turn to the records once more.
dent oues ot the U mouu 0n)y Washington and Baltimore
innir tnp inp nnwftr n nvr wnrn i y tij i
By BEANS REARDON
24 Years bi National League
Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: With runners on
first and third and a 1-1 count on
the batter, the catcher calls for an
intentional walk. On the first pitch,
ho steps out of the catcher's box
before the pitch is delivered. What
is the penalty here? Al Munter.
Answer: It is a balk on the catch
er. Beth runners move up a base
nd, although the pitch Is ruled
dead, the balk gives the batter e
ball two count.
Q. The bases are loaded with
two out The batter singles to right.
Two runs cross. The runner from
first failed to touch second, but is
tagged out sliding into third. The
second baseman calls for the ball.
however, and steps on second, then
appeals to the umpire. But the third
out has been made already. It is
too late for the force-out to be
made? Arnold Duberstein.
A. No. On a play such as this,
the appeal for a force-out tikes pre.
cedence. The runner is out at see-
end and no runs store.
the scout used to be on the look
out for the speedy kid good at
hitting behind the runner, and oth-l
er such skills.. the primary que
tion now is, 'How far can he hit
the ball?' These factors also hold
good in minor league camps,
where the major leaguers of to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow are groomed to hit the
bad for distance." v
THIS WAS STRIKINGLY illus
trated early this season when Ca
sey Stengel was asked if the Yan
kees would be interested in trad
ing for Billy Goodman of the Red
Sox. Manager Stengel thought that
ene over for two or three mm
ufes, and said, "Goodman doesn't
hit the ball far enough J' The ver.
satile Goodman led the American
League with .354 in 1950, has a
life-time average of ,308.
When Babe Ruth towered over
the field, Ty Cobb called him a
home run specialist. Everybody
didn't swing for the entire dis distance
tance distance in those days.
Considerable research gives
Dave Grote figures that geneti geneticists
cists geneticists could have provided offhand.
Each generation of Americans is
bigger than the one before. Pres Present
ent Present day football and basketball
squads furnish the. quickest evi evidence
dence evidence of this. i
Actually, memory should have
beaten Grote to the punch, as far
as this department is concerned.
Last year, Ed Walsh whom
they called "Big Ed" when he
won 40 games in 1908 was talk
ing with the mob at a banquet at
Htrford, Conn. i
Granted Ed was not as robust
as he was in his playing days,
but after looking him over you
It makes sense. And it's
ior toe came even thou eh cut.
tomers in the outfield stands have
a perfect right to demand catch
ing equipment as protection.
7:00 p.m. Badgers vi Hawkeyei
8:00 D.m. wildcats vs woiver
have pulled la the fences. The
National League parks remain the
same as tbey have been for
years. Milwaukee's County Sta
dium- is toueh. The right field
wS!Lm 2T.... EJJSZtiui Wildcats by a score of 46-22
the same. They're big enough, as! 2M7 nl8,.","t am' T.!
mU a knnrk nvM- triM So wme ui idic .hi jiii
Grote and others ask, .can't
they smack a ball farther
smaller men of the past?
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PITTSBURGH (NEA) -The Pi
rates have not won a National
League championship since 1927.
Open Nightly tnm
, S:M pm.
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for eight field coals throughout
the entire game, and were also
hampered by committing toe
many personal touts, in turn, tne
Hawkeyes again came to life and
scored their second straight tri
umph. L. Klrkland scored 22
points for the Hawkeyes and R
Barbara hit for 15 points In a
losing cause.-- v -;
- The second same found the
Wolverines fighting It out with
the Badgers, and finally losing
out ny a score or .. 47-39. The
Badgers led during the entire
game, but nevertheless they
couia not slack up, as the Wol Wolverines
verines Wolverines foueht hard throuehout
the whole earns, p. Delgado and
B. Hamilton scored 13 and 11
points respectively for tne losers:
O. Sutherland scored 24 point point-for
for point-for the Badgers.
The box scores:
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mouth Dartmouth football coach, Bob Black Black-man,
man, Black-man, has come up with a new
way to lose a football player.
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tackle for next season, accented
foreign scholarship for the school
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Tht pleasure of listening; to fine musie
is even more pleasant when jrou
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AN INDEPENDENT f Hl2 DAllY
"Let the people
Russian Government Accuses Foster Dulles
Of Responsibility for Bloody Poznan Rioting
MOSCOW Julv 5 UP) T h e
Soviet government and Communist
Pjrtv tndav accused U.S. secre-
tsry of State John Foster Dulles
of responsibility for the Woody
' Pznan riots in Poland.
ik UAuornmpnt orean Izvestia
th Poznan rising followed!
'inflammatory" speeches b Dut
A th annroDriation of 1125,.
nnnnnn.hv ih U.S. Congress "for
subversion" of the Iron Curtain
J Pravda, organ of the a 0 v 1 e 1
Communist Party, lashed put at
the- "bloody provocation like the
na nf American agents in Poz
.f 9iiiGi Dulles of "gross fal-
ctfii.atinns" in alleging that the
denunciation of thet cult oj Stali Stalinism
nism Stalinism in the USSR had left Com Communist
munist Communist parties "in a state of utter.
1 turn ctia arpnspd the U 0 1 t 1 fl
States of "moral responsiblity"
(nr.thai Pom an riots.
It cited the Congressional appro-
leather Or Not
l Thil weather report, lot tha 24
hourt ending 8 a.m. today, ti P' P'-;
; P'-; pared by Iht MaMowlogital and
t Hydrographic Branch of the f ana-
' ma Canal Company: 1-
low .72 74 1
F,H 7 85
Low t 95 62
(nx. mpM . -12 I
RAIN (inchet) 1.15 1 .77 .-
WATER TEMP. ;
(inntr harbors) '82 I J
1 :3t a.m. 7:48 aim.
1:49 p.m. 8:25 p.m.
txip yeor gives girls the priv privilege
ilege privilege of proposing. In other years
iney assume me privilege.
"King" Coh ting
tbt hm tong Out
inspinl lw afevy
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12:43 2:24 4:
know the truth and the
PANAMA, R. P THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1956
priatioh, Dulles "libertation" polk
cy and ms "lniiammaiory
speeches as evidence that the U-
nlted States is waging an inten
sive campaign for subversion, and
espionage in the Communist coun countries.
tries. countries. 1
lrvestia accused the U.S. of vio violating
lating violating the Roosevelt Litvinov a.
greement of 1933 which provided
that the signatories would refrain
from intervention inu each other's
internal affairs "and particularly
not permit the subsidy or support
of any organization and groups
struggling against the political
and social order 01 Dota states.
The Izvestia article, written by
S. Kondrashov, also reacalled an
AgEinst CM On TV
WASTTNfiTON. Julv S fITPI
Attorney General Herbert Brown Brown-ell
ell Brown-ell Jr., who has not held a news
conference in his office since last
October, announced a major gov government
ernment government anti-trust action against
General Motors last night on a
commercially sponsored television
Brownell disclosed that the gov
ernment is preparing to file suit
against GM, charging it with mo monopolizing
nopolizing monopolizing the manufacture of bus buses,
es, buses, n,.;-v-W,;. .Si,:.;.:.
The Attorney General denied, un
der questioning' by newsmen, that
trie action nas any political signi
ficance. He said the suit was not
meant to be an election-year an
swer to Democratic charges that
the Eisenhower administration is
He also said that no advance
notice of the suit was given to
Defense Secretary Chariot E. Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, a former GM president.
Brownell announced the action
agamst General Motors at the pre
miere 01 the NBC television pro program
gram program 'tPress Conference," a news
panel show originated and moder
ated by Martha Rountree. The pro
gram is sponsored by Corn Pro
ducts Refining Co.
Under rules of the program, the
person being interviewed must
break a worthwhile news story
on the show. Brownell's news break
was his announcement of the
; Brownell was asked after the
program why he held the announce announcement
ment announcement for a commercial television!
program. He was told that Editor
& Publisher, newspaper industry
magazine, had criticized any such
action by 1 government official.
Brownell replied that the govern-.
mem .is oungatea to use all media
of communications press, radio,
TV and others in giving out
1:15 3:44 6:05
country is safe Abraham Lincoln.
earlier protest by the Soviet gov
eminent against American Con
gressional appropriations for "sub
version" as a "gross violation of
the obligations of the Litvinov
Heaved from US
WASHINGTON. July 5 (UP)
Col, Ivan A. Bubchikov, assistant
Kussian military attache here, has
been expelled from the United
States for "objectionable activiti
es," the State Department said to-
It declined te say what the
"objectionable activities" were.
But Newsweek magazine, which
first disclosed the ouster, said'
it understood Bubchikov "w a s
caught red-handed in the process
of gathering military .secrets
from a mail drop." K
Newsweek also said it is bellev
ed that others among the 14 mili.
taty attaches at the Soviet embas
sy "were involved in Bubchikov's
operations and that some of them
will follow him home." :
State Deparment spokesman Lin
coln White said Soviet Ambassa
dor Georgi N. Zaroubin was hand handed
ed handed a note June 14 declaring Bub
chikov personna non grata un
welcome "on the grounds that
he was engaged in activities in incompatible
compatible incompatible with his continued pre presence
sence presence in this country."
White said the department ask asked
ed asked Zaroubin for BubchLfjvss "im
mediate departure" from this
A State Department spokesman
said Bubchikov left New York with
his family by plane June 24. He
said the magazine's report was
accurate but refused" to state the
reasons for Bubchikov's ouster.
Counselor Sergei R. Striganov of
the Soviet embassy told reporters
he did not even know that Bubchi
kov had left Washington.1 He said
"Soviet diplomats have been com
ing and going all the time. It is
quite natural that I don't know."
Striganov referred newsmen 'to
the embassy; office where the oust.
ed attache worked.
Officials there denied any know
ledge of the Buchikov incident.
But another Russian source
conceded: privately that Bubchi Bubchikov
kov Bubchikov had been ordered out of this
country. He said he did not think
the matter was "of great import importance."
ance." importance." )
Bubchikov was the second Soviet
embassy official to go home m re recent
cent recent weeks because .of reported
Vladimir Mikheev, .embassy
clerk, left at the end of May after
he sought military data from gov government
ernment government employes. He was not ex
Church Mass By
U. S. Chaplain,
MONTECARLO. July S (UP)
Prince Rainier a n d Princess
Grace, the former Grace, Kelly,
choosing American Independence
Day for their first official appear
ance since their wedding rode to
church. yesterday through streets
lined with their cheering subjects
-They rode from their turreted
castle in a -green limousine. With
them was Rainier' s sister, Prin Princess
cess Princess Antoinette.
s They attended services in th e
Monte Carlo church of the
orince's American chaplain, Fath
er Francis Tucker, matchmaker
of their romance.
Father Tucker wished them wel welcome
come welcome and then spoke of Independ Independence
ence Independence Day.
- Meantime, 1 Paris jeweler or
dered his New York, lawyers to
try to block Monegasque assets
in America.- until the M 0 n a e 0
Council oavs ud in full for dia
mond necklace it ordered for
Stick-ler Jor Ike
TOKYO, July 5 (UP) -A chop chop-stick
stick chop-stick maker in the Nara moun mountains
tains mountains had an unsual order from
Hawaii yesterday. He was asked
to prepare a shipment of black
lacquered chopsticks inscribed
with "I like Ike." They are to be
work as hairpins by Republican
l.ivlies when, as an if, President
E;enhower seeks re-election.
Bki-ned On Sculhcrn
WASHINGTON, July 5 (UP)
Supporters of the 1V4 billion dollar
school construction bill charged to today
day today that Republicans and Southern
Democrats combined to insure al almost
most almost certain defeat for the legisla-
The key vote came late Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday when the House voted 164 to
116 to include an amendment by
nep. Adam uayton roweU, Ne
gra Democrat from New York. It
would withhold federal funds from
states which refuse to integrate
their school systems.
The teller vote W subject to re review
view review in a roll call today. But it
was considered unlikely that the
House would reverse its action.
Even if the House eventually pas passes
ses passes the bill with the Powell amend
ment, u prppaoiy will De tamed to
death in the Seaate m the waning,toward the candidacy
aays 01 me mm congress.
Hep. Chet Holified (D-Calin
placed the blame on Republicans.
ne saia tneir support of the: Pow.
eu amendment : was "too over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming to big other than the re
suit of a policr decision."
"They decided to kill the bill ."
he told a reporter, "taking credit
tor voting tor the Powell amend
ment and blaming Democrats for
defeat of the bill.
But Rep. Augustine B. Kelley
said southern Democrats must
share the blame. He said they left
tne lioor almost en masse to a
vuiu voting ana aescnoea tnis as
a maneuver to kill the bill.
Rep. Cleveland M. Bailey (D
W.Va.), a supporter of the bill,
said southerners "laid down" on
the vote and permitted Reoubli
cans to write the amendment into
the legislation. He said .the bill
still might pass the House hut will
oe cuied in the senate.
Strike Keeps 805
In San Francisco
SAN. FRANCISCO. Julv 5
The City Health Department
announced todav that more than
805 bodies are now stored in mor
tuaries-awaiting the end of a 59-
dav-old cemetery strike and lock.
ALEXANDER R. HERON, nne
nal Zone Postal Service, ended
official figure was 39 years and
im hi 1 1 ,i iimiipiii 1 mipi miiwiiiiiii 1 n iiwy hmwh iMi'i'uiuui '-"'n m him
...... y.A. v .......... .......
nis retirement certificate was presented to him by Earl F. Unruh
uirecior 01 posts, watcning tne presentation, above, is O. L. Sa Sa-vold,
vold, Sa-vold, postmaster at Cristobal where the long-time employe spent
many of his years of service. v
Born on the Island of San Andres, Heron came to the Isth Isth-mms
mms Isth-mms when he was still in his 'teens. His first Job was at the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Quarantine station and for about two years he worked at
the Cristobal coaling station.
He went to the work withi the Postal Division in September.
1919 and remained with this division until his retirement For a
time he drove the mail truck In Cristobal and during the war
years and until about two years age he was on the railway mail
service, making the round trip across the Isthmus every day.
Technically, all of his service has been on the Atlantic sidn and
he has worked at the Catun, Margarita and Cristobal post offices.
GRIM WORKBodies taken from the wreckage of a TWA Super Consellation In Grand Can Can-yon
yon Can-yon are carried from a helicopter which removed them from the crash site to Gran canvon
VUlage, Ariz. It is believed that the Constellation, carrying 10 persons, and a United Air lir.es
DC-7, carrying 58 persons. coUlded and both fell into the canyon. All 128 persons alward the
v ' planes were killed.
Harry Tells Harriman fo Hold on fo Hat
Denies Hes Plotting fo Stop St evenson
NEW YORK, July 5 (UP)-Gov.
Averell Harriman, a Presidential
hopeful, wore the hat he threw
mto the Democratic political ring
when he walked; in the rain today
with former President Harry S.
"Keep it ,' Mr. Truman told
him, "It's going to be valuable."
But Mr. Truman again asserted
his neutrality about selection- of a
Democratic Presidcntail nominee.
On a brisk 12 block walk to
Harriman's home, where he was
a breakfast guest, Mr,
I said he tooK the same
Stuart Symington (D-Mo.) as he
did toward we rresiaentau aspi-t
rations of Harriman and Adlai E.
"I want to remain neutral." he
ur.Mr Tnimin nntsrt that hp
had said in Europe that he was
glad Stevenson won the primary.
Mr. Truman and Harriman were
Britain To Form
For Libyan State
. LONDON, July 5 (UP) Brit Brit-ain
ain Brit-ain has agreed to help organize
armed forces for the impoverish impoverished
ed impoverished Arab state of Libya, it was
disclosed officially yesterday.-.
A Foreign Office spokesman
.,j1 TwHn:n n j t iu- ...:n i-
nut inintlv th si int m nf
diinu rn..ii. ( t,.
future 'forces for the country
which lies on the coast of North'
Under proposed plans. Britain
would help train and equip a Liv Liv-yan
yan Liv-yan army and help build a navy
and air force.
Sources aid the new Libyan
armed forces might develop along
the lines of Jordan's Arab Legion
which was organized, equ ipped
anu, untu recently, led by British
nf t.ha nal veferane rJt t,. ra.
almost 40 years of service the
eight months last week when
f lt i
at Harriman's home byi
Samuel Rosenman, a Har-
supporter and long time
friend and associate of the former
Mr. Truman said he would see
Mrs. India Edwards, formerly
head of the woman's division 'of
the Democratic Party, who has
recently joined the Harriman
campaign organization, this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. r
Mr. Truman said he exoected
to talk with New York's Demo-
cratic committeeman Carmine de
1 Sapio before he leaves tomorrow
Mr. Trim an walked
I hotel at 7:30 a.m. carrying
tic raincoat, ihouts
ihouts from passing'
and occupants of.
him flrtA Madison
I truck drivers
Avenue bus d r 1 V er StOPDed
his bus in the middle of an inter
section to lean out ana sane
Harriman met iwr. lruman on
Madison Ave. i between 77th and
Mr Truman rmrKrri tft mm
xiim,n fold him- sin.e T'we
seen you, I've thrown my hat in-
to the ring. In fact, this is the
hat" '.i.u. u
Mr. Truman told him to hang
onto it. m
Harriman praised Mr. Truman
the fmest ambassador: xnis.
country has had in Europe in a
Inn? inns time.
long, long time.'
He said Europeans
wish they knew where we stood
now" as they did when U.S. for
eign policy : was "definite, firm
and direct unoer mr. iruinau.
PC Gels Urgr
Grc;p 01 ln!:rns
Fcr G:rg3S Stall
nhre nermanent employes
and 44 temporary employes join joined
ed joined the Canal organization dur during
ing during the last two weeks in June
according to information from
the personnel Bureau. .
tThe two largest groups of new
temporary employes are the in interns
terns interns and student assistants. The
new Interns, who have jjomed
the staff at Gor?as nu""
are: Gerald L. Ehringer of New
Albany. Indiana; Gloria J. tur
ner of St. Stephens, Alabama;
tjoinh v. Pavne Jr.. 01 tsamonu
nvlnhnmft- Martin R. Plaut
from Marbury-Lahn Germany;
Floyd L. Pollard Jr.. of Wink
Texas; Clifford S. R?i'sch, of
Lawrence, Kansas; Everett R.
Rhoades of Lawton, Oklahoma;
Charles A. Rockwood, of Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma Citv, Oklahoma; John K
Sass, of Dubuque, Iowa; Norman
Schlager, of Denver, Colorado Colorado-Robert
Robert Colorado-Robert N. 8mith, of Wakefield
Kansas; and Chester Trent, of
Kansas City, Missouri.
In addition, to the new In Interns,
terns, Interns, two new residents have
joined the staff at Gorgas dur during
ing during the last two weeks period in
June. They are: Walter H. Ma Ma-loney;
loney; Ma-loney; of cavalier. North Dako Dakota;
ta; Dakota; ; an Rotrelio A. Arosemena,
of Panama City. .
The nanes and positions; of
the new permanent smployes
are: Mary R. Bucoldf Nurse.
Health Bureau; Edith London
Division: and F r a n k 1 in L
Spann. Chief, Eyes. Ears,' Nosfj
and Throat Service, Health Bu
Cats Kill Off V
In Mouse Derby
WELDON England, July 5 (UP)
Te Rev. Arthur Higginson call called
ed called off this village's annual "mouse
derby" because of lack of contest contestant
ant contestant yesterday. Two cats had eat eaten
en eaten all the 70 contcslants, be said.
..... ,. v. r .... i .... itt . ,, .. hi ,.i.,vrt
that there had been if .soils timt.A .ii i'.. Sn-v i i,r t ,e r ii-i-
they were plotting a;uiiat ain):-,n;iaon. Hi?s I. ,.. i.i's s..- a
er Presidential hopelul and added peaceable solution of the cm!
T dnn't dn inv nlnlhn; I rinM. tt.i. v,
"stop Stevenson" drive.
Civil Rights Laws
WASHINGTON July !E fTTPl
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey said to-
day the Democraticled Conrps
should pass some civil rights leg-
islation this year to help avoid
. n "ovnlc; u. ri.
nutinnal rnnvpntinn .
j The Minnesota Democrat gave'
this suggestion for dealing with
tne issue which looks like the
toughest one plaguing the Demo-,
crats until they Bre ready to name'
:a Presidential nominee.
It is an issue bothering Demo-
wait lil-o imm .i. t,
son and the nomination.
Ciose to third of the. support
i now claimed for Stevenson comes
from South, were tension is
(high over the racial segregation
a Democratic platform whlehl
provoked a Southern walk-out
provoked Southern walk-out
.uon xtan.d cn,.th.
ycut loose from Stevenson could
damage his chances.
j i feei ft js necessary lor
Democratic ; Congress to demon-
strate 'it (. good faith, on civil
rights commission if we are' go.
ing to avert an explosion at the
The former-' .President
yesterdav he is en casino
convention," Humphrey told a re-'Ohiol, said Ashcralt strucK r v t.
porter.- : - IWalter Hale, New Oxford, Pa., in
The commission which he pro- the stomach on the night of March
posed would investigate racial dis-14.' Under cross examination,
crimination problems and make Simpson admitted he had told di discommendations
scommendations discommendations for coping with fense attorneys earlier he did nut
them. 1 remember the incident.
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Ariz., July 5 (UP) New r
dence that a TWA Super f
stellatlon and a United A:.
DC-7 coUlded In flight t
plunging into the Grand C. -yon
was uncovered today in t
wreckage of the UAL plane.
. Two' pieces of metal, ci e i
cowling from, a motor -cf 1
UAL. plane, the other a r.
of metal with red mark,
identical of that on TWA
craft, were found at the site cl
1 The newv evidence was un uncovered
covered uncovered by a helicopter crew
which made a daring descent to
a point 30 feet above the wreck wreckage.
age. wreckage. The helicopter carried Capt.
Walter Sprlggs; El Dorado, Ark.,
and Chief Warrant Officer How-
ard Proctor; Kings Mountain
They spent about, 10, .minutes
on the ledge.
PARRIS, ISLAND, S. C, July 5
(UP) A 24 year-old Marine
Corps drill instructor charged
with punching recruits in the
stomach was convicted by a court
martial yesterday on three counts
Sgt. Arthur E. Ashcraft, Coving Coving-ton,1
ton,1 Coving-ton,1 Ky.j was sentenced to one
year at hard labor and a bad
He also was ordered reduced in
rank private and forfeiture of $75
a month for 12 months.
Ashcraft will be confined to the
J Vrt ar findings by
-m2aLti "V i..y
brig here pending a review of the
i ii e
ECorps Ba e and t e
5?" tel the
JUOge aavocaie general vi u.i-
The case was decided after Ash
craft denied from the v.!lncss
stand that he maltreated any re recruits
cruits recruits under his--command.
His counsel introduced as s-
denee two letters of cn1"
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i drowned April
CPS """ J H rKen
w,u c court mrUaled lalcr
sevwai rscrjiii iuu.
orin ( 'j m r m uh
Scarboro. Raeford,-N.C, said Ai-
afJ struck him inthfe stomach
in me presence -ui bbysh hi
eight" other recruits.-
Pvt- John A. Sroka l iltsDurgn,
ra., supporiea ocarmi wsumw
ny. -, ;'
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Jm The new
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