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PANAMA, R. P, THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1958
Defense attorneys in the suit
of 100 Canal pilots versus the
Panama Canal Co. called their
first witness this morning as
the trial entered Its fourth day
in U.S. District Court -"
He was capt. William ster-
fens of New York, master of the that In case of Illness It was his
h' .'v.. i, (NEA Telephoto)
' ikf I EAVES BAT IN RING A smiling! President Eisenhower
Irrfvh't ht. temporal office In Gettysburg. Pa., shortly be-
Tenat Remiblican leader William Knowland told newsman
: fhCcuOve is still a candidate for a second term.
Prober Has No Opinion
Yet On Abandoning PRR
John T. Eidgely. consultant for
v the House Merchant Marine ana
i,.!L.4o. rnmmit.t,ee. said touay
: 1 he has not yet formed any voter voter-:,
:, voter-:, Aon in his study of the question
? of abandoning the, Panama RaU-
, But the former Pennsylvania
Itatlroad official has made, rup
his mind on several Other may
ters Pertaining; to theOO-year-
old iron Horse .and the isthmus
V -' In general '' :;
e,or one th'ng, he finds the
venerable line a ery clean,
'.-:.n.inainl!inM railroad. :u
. He's made i.e .trips Dae uu
' forth. And for a warm climate
:; ."' he believes the wicker seats In
i the passenger coachea the best
. and most comfortable, . .
f Rldgely admits to having had
PC Calls Up
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On 4th Day
Of Pilots Suit
tbority such grievances wh'ch
cannot be settled aboard or on.
the pier with union represen representatives.1
tatives.1 representatives.1 : ;
: Questioned about Illness of
crew or passengers, or their
death at sea, Stefiens outunea
unit chnrlt TnnnV Other neW'
Fvnerienr.e when tin Kot
a sight of the .railroad's first
The initials "PJl-R.1 made him
wonder how a freight car be belonging
longing belonging to his longtime road in
the states could have gotten way
down. here. Even the red color
he recalls, is similar to the tus tus-onn
onn tus-onn red favored bv the Pennsy
RJt The only thing lacking was
the keystone insignia.
HMide traveline back and
forth on the Panama Railroad
to learn all he can, the consul
tant has -also- maae mree
nnntinent trins on the Trans'
Isthmian Highway to study the
Everyone nas oeen very wm-
inff tn hpln the consultant m
nrenarlnir his studies: which will
take about two weens .mure ui
TTp has ronsiilterf with about
;n r0nni. inrhidlne severat Pan'
v --w ,
amanians ana represeuiauvcs ui
various employe groups.
He and Mrs. Ridgely have
found the climate of the Isth
mus much more temperate than
thev had foreseen. They have
also admired -the colors of the
flowers and the vegetation here
Up to now they have been
stayine at El Panama, hut ndll
move to Tivoli Guest House
when.' the .OAS needs their
room.; "' ; i, ""
Rideelv retired recently as an
assistant vice-president of the
Pennsy. ,: '. '
Wf 'is named bv th "Mer
chant Marine and t Fisheriei?
the eigmn in me wes rttlon urohlems. w-.
gan m ,the Eniwetok-Bikuii iao- Tne study was an outgrowth
oratory'7 on May 5. The United 0 cenflictlng testimony as to
States has announced only two, in- thg deslrabiiity of scrapping the
ciuuiug wib iud i"- Panama Railroad
The exolosion today was beiiev-
cd t6 have been touched off a lit little
tle little before 3 a.m. The shock, was
reentered both on the super-sen.
aiHvA geismoaraoh at Matsushiro,
in the mountains North of Tokyo,
and dehcate air pressure msiru msiru-ments
ments msiru-ments t weather stations through throughout
out throughout the country, ;
Yukio Kawabata, chief of the
Baiometrical Observation Section,
gaicl: "we don't know the exact
power of the explosion, but in ener energy
gy energy there is no doubt it is the largest
tb'lty"biggcr than the Soviet tests
lut vear." he said. "The only test
Ever C U$
TAKYO. July 12 (UP) The U
nitod States today detonated its
"biggest" hydrogen bomb shot ? of
the current test series in the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific nuclear weapons proving
- grounds, Japanese scientists claim
" d.. 'U'-,-' ; .-.
! One scientist said the explosion
was comparable to the unexpect unexpected!
ed! unexpected! Dowerful H-bomb blast in the
U.S. proving grounds two, years a-
- en and DiEKer man me auvia.
tesli last year."
Panama Line's combination pas
senger-cargo vessel rarouna.
. His testimony foiiowea that
of the pla'ntiff's expert Capt.
Delbert Kelly, who told the
court yesterday afternoon that
in his opinion Canal pilots
should be paid at least $10 an
hour plus the overseas differ differential.
ential. differential. Canal pilots presently
earn a IJttle more than $6.58
Underauestlonine bv the chief
trial counsel for the defense
Stef fens outlined the duties of
a master aboard a Panama Line
ship. ,:, : '
First he gave his experience on
vessels from the time he was
graduated from the Merchant
Marine school ship Newport in
World War I to his active duty
as a lieutenant commander in
the Navy in World War I. He
spent over a year at the ship
yard while the three Panama
liners were being built and has
been a master of one of the trio
Discussing his responsibility
lor nis crew, steiiens said ltn up
o rum to see mat they "behave.
stay sober, are polite to the pas
sengers, man tne snip ana nn
derstand the eargo gear.? Mis
creants are sometimes subject to
"logging" (pay deductions) by
way of punishment. 1
"if a man Is very unruly, the
captain added, "I have the rl?ht
to rut him in irons.Jv5f'v
Fart of bfe duties are lislen lislen-ing
ing lislen-ing to the "beefs' of the rew
and passing on to higher soa
C:"j Pc:.i!:3 Pta
Two defendants got off with sus
pended sentences m Balboa Ma
fiistrate s court toaav.
Joaquin Rivera, 45, Panama
nian, was eonviciea oi wiuuuy ana
unlawfully abandoning his automo
bile on St. John Avenue in coco
He was put on probation for
60 days on the condition that he
remove the vehicle from its, rest resting
ing resting place.
Paulina Adams, 31, Panama-
nian.. was put on prooauon lor a
vear after having been convicted
of loitering around the bachelor
quarters in La Boca. ;
..mnarahin with it is the March
-T.ii.ision two vears ago.' The blast
this time n ay have released more
energy than that bomb. t
To Leave England
And Not Return
TilBMTOflHAM. Encland. Julv Black Cats
12 (UP) RAF Croup Capt. Pe-i
ter Townsend said yesterday he
intends to foresake England after
i 60,000 mile solo world tour by
car. : -, ?
Asked why be is making the
trip without company, the 41.yeaH
old airman who wooed and lost
Princess Margaret replied "I am
auite happy being alone."
' "At nresent I have no intentions
of eoming back to England afte? tlie otfer 'ridiculous, outrageous
mv'trip," Townsend said at aland stupid." He said "Children
news conference hte. I will go out stealing and killing
returned to i-ngland f rom;cats and peopia are up in arms.
TORONTO. Canada, July 12
(UP) The Humane Society was
in a furore yesterday over an of
fer of reduced admission from the
Toronto Maple Leafs to anyone
who shows up with a dead black
cat for a baseball game on Friday
July 13. ,-v
Robert Johnstone; chief inspect
or, of the Humane Society, called
M6SCOW, July 12 (UP) The
Supreme Soviet (parliament) to-:
day opened debate on a new pen-l
sion plan described by Soviet Pre Premier
mier Premier Nikolai Bulganin as a "ra "radical
dical "radical improvement" over the for
mer system. ;
The Council of the Union .- and
the Council of Nationalities, the
two chambers, convened for the
second day in the great Kremlin,
' Radio Moscow said Bulganin
was "warmly greeted by all pres present
ent present when he arrived.
Bulganin delivered the keynote
speech at yesterday s opening ses
sion. It was the first since Com
munist Party Chief N i k i t a S.
Khruschev denounced the late Jo Josef
sef Josef Stalin and his one-man rule at
the Soviet Communist Party 20th
congress last February.
In his speech, Bulganin attacked
what he termed the "slanderous
propaganda" being- used against
the "constant fight conducted by
our party against the cult of the
individual and its consequences."
He said the Soviet masses and
progressive humanity supported
the new party line.
On 12;P:y Sffic
PITTSBURGH, July 12 (UP) -i
Top negotiators for the united
Steelworkers and the nation's Da
sic steel industry sit down togeth
er at a bargaining table today for
their first joint meeting since the
strike beean 12 days ago.
Federal Mediation Director Jo
seph F. Finnegan said the talks
would begin at 4 p.m.', at the Ho
tel William Penn here. The media
tor said he and his aides would
participate in the session aimed at
settling the contract deadlock
which has idled 650,000 mmworK
ers and up to 90,000 workers in
But mediation officials doubted
the resumed negotiations would
mean an early settlement. He said
nothing he has heard in the past
two davs has changed his feeling
that "tiiis is still an entremely se serious
rious serious situation."
Finnegan indicated this after
noon's session -would be the first
of a series
responsibility to decide whether
to head the ship for the nearest
port with complete hospital ia-
clllties. He said ne nad aiso per
formed a burial at sea. though
with modern communications
tries are less common,
His Judgment also determines
what to do when a distress call
is received from other vessels.
Under questioning, Stef fens
explained the pattern of the
many lire arms aooara rsnnma
Line ships, v ; v r
He revealed mat tne names oi
nasseneers who do not auena
fire drills are recorded so that
If later thev suffer on this ac
count and trouble arises the line
has a record of their absence,
Besides the drills in port, ana
at the start of the voyage. ,ma
rltlme msDectors sometimes null
a surprise drill at sea. They set
off one of the ship's alarm units
and then declare tneir purpose
to the master.
These days, the captain re
ported, he seldom haa to resort
to celestial navigation, but does
a bit of it now ana then to "Keep
As to the modern navigation
equipment aboard, he listed i
SDerrv compass, an old-type 11
quid compass, loran, radar, ,Ta
din direction finder, and sound
ing machines both electrio -and
hand. He haa to be familiar with
all of these.
While the officer of tne deck
has 'BttttlPrtty 'to ehr-the
ship a course if ne sees aanprer
approaching, the master is the
person responsible for'settlng it
He changes It sometimes ior
reasons of weatner, even siowmg
down and shifting the course at
mealtimes to give the passengers
a better chance to enjoy thelr
Before the hlp is dry-flocked,
he and his officers make up a
list of needed repairs. After it Is
docked, they walk around under
it to look at the props, bottom-
plugs and so on, and aeciae
what work is needed. When
docking is finished, they make
another inspection Vto see te it
that the company got It's mon
social auties are not aDieni
from his work. Capt. Stef fens
said. He must "pass the time of
day" with his -passengers to see
that they enjoy the trip. A cock cock-tail
tail cock-tail nartv is Eiven for them; He
attends this unless he must be
on tne onage.
Outlining his auties regarding
customs and Immigration, he re revealed
vealed revealed that if a crewman is fin
ed for smueeling the master is
fined also. Usually the crewman
oays the master's fine. In the
case of hge fines, the company
pays it. i: r i
Yesterday afternoon, Keuy
told the court the responsibili-
ty of Canal p'lots far exceeds
that of Paget Sound pilots
whose mean rate of pay is fit
an hour the lowest in Uni
ted States ports,
Tn 1010 nnlnt.crt nut. four
pilots took a ship through, one
directing its movements from
Balboa to Miraflores, a second
taking it to Pedro Miguel, the
third taking it to Oatun where
the lounn came aooara.
Kelly's aualiflcations as an
expert in Canal pilotage were
chauengea by tne aeiense. ne
stated he had made 20 transits
as a ship master and passenger.
Under cross examination Kel
ly said Puget Sound pilots .are
self-employed, all fees go into a
seaman pool which is spilt e-
qually yearly earnings vary ac according
cording according to traffic, the pilots can
be sued lor accidents and tney
keep "unholy" hours, often
spending tne night away irom
The case will be recessed this
afternbon until Saturday morn morning
ing morning and will recess around noon
to permit uugants ana attorneys
to attend the opening of the new
President Remon racetrack and
to celebrate Bastnle Day.
Ho New Polio
Cases In. Zone
In Past 24 Hours
Canal Zone health authori
ties reported today that there
have been no new cases of .po .polio
lio .polio Identified within the past
21 hours. :'
Panama1 authorities said
there were no new develop develop-metns
metns develop-metns in the polio situation.
For Board I feeling
Gov. W. E. Potter was schedul
ed to leave by plane early this
morning tor wasnington, u. u., to
attend the quarterly meeting of
the Board of Directors of the Pa
nama 'Canal Co. V,;?f'
Wo. 2 Spot
MILAN, Italy, July 12 (UP) t t-Police
Police t-Police today closed the invest!
cation into the death of a 48-year
old mother who burned herself at
the. stake in the hope of becoming
a saint ; 'J -'j 1 ".:.:,:"' : ;
; Police said Mrs.; Angelide Bor Bor-san,
san, Bor-san, mother' of seven children,
soaked herself with gasoline Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, tied and. gaf!Sen herself, and
tiitn set lue to a pile ot straw oq
which she stood, , l
The authorities closed the books
on the case today after clearing
the woman's husband, Carlo, 52, of
suspicion of murder. .
They said Mrs. Borsan, afflicted
with cancer, spent most of her
time praying and reading the Bible
and become convinced that her
illness stemmed from her sins
Her family said she also was
tormented by the knowledge that
the name Angelide does not ap
pear? on the calendar of saints.
She len a note wnicn sam, i snu
Am like Joan of Arc and my soul
will be received in the kingdom
Rl!:$ 33 D:y$ J:;l
A S4-year-old married man
and a 14-year-old unmarnea
pin nleaded eullty in Balboa
Magistrate's Court this morning'
to a charge of disorderly con
rinet. "- ...r :
It was charged that at 3U
a m. last Mondav morning the
Panamanian pair did Jointly oc
cupy av room in tne pacneior
ouarters at Gamboa. 4T
Th man. pascual Gil, 34. an
employe of the Canal's Dredging
Also leaving oa the same plane
to attend the meeting was Philip
L. Steers, Jr., comptroller, who is
a general officer of the company.
.This will be the first board
meeting Potter has attended since
his appointment, although he was
l 1 i 1 If... la makI-
".VEL Hall said Mr. Eisenhower win
aal Co. fvl.yyi:-:v
.GETTYSBURG, Pa., July 12 (UP) President Eisen.
hower will go to San Francisco in August to accept the
Republican nomination as head of an "Eisenhower and
Nixon" ticket, GOP National Chairman Leonard W. Hall
announced today .-" i -.-r
.Hall said after a one-hour conference with Mr. Eisen.
hower that Vice President Richard M. Nixon "absolutely"
would have the No. 2 spot on the 1956 GOP ticket.
Hall said Mr. Eisenhower will be present at the GOP
National Convention after he is nominated, probably on
Wednesday, Aug. 22, -
He also announced that Rep.
Charles A. Halleck (R-Ind.) wiU
"Youvcan't beat candor," Hall
The meeting is to be held Sat Saturday
urday Saturday in Washington and Potter
plans to return to the Isthmus ear early
ly early next week.-,'-.'-,! v.:. h
During his absence, Lt. Gov. H.
W. Schull, Jr. will act as govern governor
or governor and oerform the duties of pres
ident of the company which relate
to operations on the Isthmus. Act
ing comptroller during steers' ab
sence will ne &tepnea van win
Powelson, deputy compirouer,
Six-Yc:r Schlcr.ce V
U?h:!d By (curl
MADRID, Jul? 12 (UP) The
Supreme Court of Madrid today
upheld the six-vear and one-day
sentence or American ouimgmer
Harrv Whitney for defaming the
Spanish nation. Whitney immedi immediately
ately immediately raced to the U.S. embassy
to seek refuge,
The 31-year-old Whitney, w h o
bills himself as "the Texan," was
working at his other job in Henry's
American Restaurant here when
he heard that the Supreme Court
had refused to reverse the ruling
of a lower court. v v
'He dropped a trey end display displayed
ed displayed tome fancy matador footwork
in a wild dash to the new embas embassy
sy embassy building on the Calls Serrano.
Hall said he
Mr. Eisenhower should reaffirm
lUS Feb. 29 ripiinn t
take part in a "vigorous, hard-hit- second term.
ting campaign." i Y.-.- y "jo my mind he made the an.
Asked to predict' the outcome of nouncement then, and that was it
"very very good and better than There had been 'some question
in 1952." t I about Mr. Eisenhower's second :
v . Iterm mtenUons after his June 9
Hall was asked whether the operation to. correct it.i;.i
7 -Jl -, X1..J. 1.. ..ill -U-.
rresiaem maao- ciear mat- ue aim uuu-ucuun.
wants Nixon as his running mate.
Aholutelv." Hall TeDlied.
"1 think it's Eisenhower and Nix-
bp-., that's it r oji-V'
- p b sir nredictea mat tne ne
nuhlicans -will rw"(v? 'efntrot-o
Congress. t .-: '-;. 7.; i "-
,.;.': ;r: -e 'y
TiaU vsaid Mr, Eisenhower him himself
self himself will not engage in a whistle
stop campaign, but will rely main mainly
ly mainly on modern media, such as radio
and television. He indicated that
Nixon, however,- would do the
whistle-stopping along -with; key
members of the Cabinet.'. Senate
and House. .
ix tar the President's health,
Hall said "nothing has been kept
from the American people.
The health issue, ne saw, naa
been met "by candor ana iranx-
aess" on the part of the rresmeni,
and White House aides who have
kept the people in touch through
the press with the "dally condi;
tion of the President's health.'
At lor the Democrats making
health an issue, Hall taid he hid
teen that' tome "gentlemen of
the opposition party" fhemtelvet
disagree with Democratic Nation Nation-el
el Nation-el Chairman Paul M. Butler end
other that health can be an it it-tut.
tut. it-tut. i
He also said there had been Division, was sentenced to 30
600 per cent increase in the skill
demanded of canal plolts since
the waterway opened.
Cructcr Ur;:$ Pcy
C:dsI Fcr Tc?
! WASHINGTON, July 12 (UP
Army Secretary Wilber M. Bruck
er urged Congress today to raise
the pay of top government ofii
cials so first class men can afford
to work for Uncle Sam
Brucker told the Senate Civil
Service Committee it is increas
ingly hard to find qualified men
ri o..ci n. .nA n.ii.iio roiatinn nHiir aid thpreU 'There will have to be more.cab'net officers, it
mi hppn'stnrivini! the mechanics had been a flood of. phone calls meetings if this thing is going to about 600 officials,,
orve British Land Rover a jeep Inrotestme the offer, which he de be settled," he said.
for key positions "who are willing
to make the personal sacrifice re required
quired required for service to Jtheir,. go v v-ernment."
He testified in support of a bill
to boost the cav of cabinet offi
cers, department heads and key
government officials, including the.
top grades of civil service,
Pay for these jobs now ranges
from --$14,800 a year for the high
est civil service posts to $22,500 at
the cabinet leveL The bill would
increase this to a top of $17,500
under civil service and $25,000 for
would c affect
But he added siatant secretaries, heads of regu
car he will
use on his
trip i scribed
as "just a crazy
gim no additional joint talks had becnjlalory agencies and other keyper-
days W jail for the .offence.
Tmnosltion of sentence upon
the girl of minor age wis sus
pended tor one year on me t:uu t:uu-ditlon
ditlon t:uu-ditlon that ,she ; attend school
and stay away from GU."
An earlier charge of statutory
rape had been filed against Oil
but lt was dismissed Monday
afternoon when testimony of the
eirl failed to support tne
When Boy Shoots
Bird On Line I
JOHANNESBURG. South Afrl
ca, July 12 (UP) A mother
and her 14-year-old son were
killed here today because the
youth shot at a bird.
The shot from Gerhardus Cron
te's run hit an 11,000-volt power
line on which the bird, was sit
., The line broke, fell to the
ground, and ignited spme dry
grass. ,f 1
i j. v .-
Mrs. C. S. Cronle was electro
cuted when she threw a bucket
at water on the flames.
Her son was killed when he
panicked and fell cross the fall
The embassy was bis maid hope.
It could intercede for him and ar arrange
range arrange to have him expelled from
the country rather than serve out
this jail ternu
nrk. klnhm, uu4 unheM tho pn
tence despite Whitney's apologies
and his attorney's argument that
his slurs on Spain resulted from
a "moment of obfuscation"
nrt nf mental blackout. '
The matador was sentencea on
charges that he used abusive lan-
rge never printed in the pub pub-record'
record' pub-record' after an automobile
accident in which he was involved.
Whitney said he could hardly
believe the feupreme voun aeci
sion today. ..
J,i love this country.:; he said,
He denied that he had meant to
insult Spain in his remarks. K.
The bullfighter said he would
contact his attorney immediately.
He has beep free on provisional
liberty since the original trial last
month, but has had to report dai daily
ly daily to police precinct.
2 US Destroyers
. '.:.-..,. -i it
ATHENS. JUlV 12 (UP)
The.oreek Naval staff announc
ed today that the U.S. Navy De Destroyer
stroyer Destroyer Hawkins arrived at The The-ra
ra The-ra last night to deliver water
and emergency : supplies to sur survivors
vivors survivors of the earthquake which
wrecked much of the island. ear earlier
lier earlier this week. ,- .. -
' The U.S. Destroyer Hancock
was also on its way to the island
in the Aegean, Sea, Greek offi officials
cials officials reported.
Nearly half -of Therai 10,000
population was left homeless by
the quake which rocked Thera
Monday, and by the volcanic
eruptions and a huge tidal wave
which followed.: i
Ike Ibpss SsnEl
InTorelan -Aid :
WASHINGTON, July 12 (UP)
The Eisenhower administra
tion today looked tq the Senate
tn-mniti. a sizable increase in
the ta.4. billion aooroprlation
voted by the House yesterday for
itia rnreivn in nroeram.
The Senate .Appropriations
Committee was called into clos
ed session this morning to con con-irter
irter con-irter the House amiroved bill
The committee hoped to finish
Its deliberations late today or to
morrow, civ,. i ''" ?
The House approved the $3.4
billion figure by a vote of 284 to
isn nv.r tne Dieas or rresiaent
Elsenhower. Despite the taunts
of Democrats and the pleas of
nop leaders, no effort was made
to Increase the total in line wiin
President Eisenhower's express-
Administration leaders decid
ed such an effort would nave m
tie chance of success, in the
T?nilK0 .. -'.'"-' ..jj.. -': '-t
in another- develotunent the
Senate-' vesterdav ariuroved
$300,000 study of the foreign aid
program. It would be conducted
bv a mecial 19-member commit
tee, including all 15 members of
the-Foreign Relation Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, plus the ranking Democrat
and Republican on both the Ap Appropriations
propriations Appropriations and Armed Services
But the President eav. the
Tuesday, through Senate Republic
vu icauer wuiiam c Knowland.
that he is still in the race,. -1
Hall said that xftcr thcRcpnb.
lioans close thtir campaign peo
pie will be talking about it as the
'greatest campaign" m history. He
said it will be;"vigorous and hard
hitting," but he would not give de
Civil Rights Dill,
WASHINGTON. Julv 12 f IIPl
Southern Democrats in Congress
today circulated a new "manifea.
to this one denouncing the ad administration's
ministration's administration's civil rights measure
as unconstitutional and calling for
The Southerners, in a; separate
action, agreed to use all available
parliamentary maneuvers to de delay
lay delay house action on the civil rights
Din wnen it comes up for debate
This raised the prospect that the
House will be tied up week long
on the bill, although it is certain
to pass on final vote because it
has the backing of Northern Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats and Republicans.
To counter the Southern move.
proponents of the bill were trying
to arrange. to keep a quorum of
218 members on the floor during
debate, something which is seldom
seen in the House over any long
This would 'deprive the South
erners of one of their readiest, snd
most time-consuming, weapons
the quorum call, v
The manifesto was being passed
around for the signatures of South-.
em House memDers, out souinern
Senators apparently were not be
ing asked to sign it.
- Those circulating the document
refused to make its contents pub public
lic public immediately. But one House
member said it pledges au out
opposition parliamentary and le
gal to tne jcivti.ngms oiu.
Statibn WM1N .;
'Rock 'n Roll'
The House total is $1.5 billion
lefs than the $4.9 billion origin originally
ally originally asked by Wr. Kisenhower
billion authorization ceiling vot vot-and
and vot-and S600 million less than the $4
ed earlier bv the House and sen
ate. Mr. Eisenhower hoped the
appropriation would at
match the: authorization.
ST. PAUL. Minn., July 12 UP)
Radio statioa WMIN, St. P a u 1.
will "permanently" discontinue all
programming of "rock-'n-roll and
rhythm and blues" records be because
cause because of "recent outbreaks of vio violence
lence violence in connection with this type
of music," it announced yestert,
WMIN spokesmen said their sta station,
tion, station, is the first popular music sta station
tion station in the country "to publicly
state its opposition to this brand
of music." '.f '''
. Police recently were called out
to investigate the beginnings of a
riot at the St. Paul Auditorium
leastl where a rock-n-roll dance was re
ported to be getting, out oi n
t this year.'
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THE MAIL BOX
V REBUILDING CANAL MORALE
Sir: -' I
-The change to the atmosphere in the Canal. Zone already
brought about by Governor Potter is astonishing. This was evi evident
dent evident even- before he issued his excellent message" to the em employes
ployes employes of the Canal Company and Government. Even the base base-'
' base-' ment coffee shop at the Administration Building has taken on
an air of cheer.- This change has been sorely needed.
- The morale of the civilian employes in the canal Zone, once
perhaps, the highest -in -any organization of the U.S. Govern Government,
ment, Government, has never been so low as in the past four years. The
surprising thing Is that it has not bean lower.
By VICTOR RIESEL
Things being what they are, I've
stopped gazing into- my crystal
ban-but tnat won't prevent a pre prediction
diction prediction here that the $10,000,000 -a
day steel strike will run until
Before that, tempers will be too
hot for a settlement Soon after
that the weather in some parts of
ine nation win Degin to get too
com to delay a settlement.
You need a map not a crystal
ball for-this sort of prophecy. You
can't make steel without iron ore
and you can't get iron ore down
from the Mesabi range in Minn
esota in boats once winter sets in
Lake Superior freezes over. If it
ever happens that a ileel crisis
roils past that freezing deadline,
this country will be in serious
trouble. It wouldn't have iron, sup
plies, inereiore, no steel for many
And there is no wav of stockpil
ing the ore because the iron min
ers strike when the steelworkers
do, .A-v -.V..V
The steel companies own most
ot tnose iron mines. The men who
dig the ore and haul it in dump
itucks so nuze tnat a single tire
and tube costs $750 are members
of the striking United Steel Work Workers.
ers. Workers. That hardy band of 6,000 min miners
ers miners has to get back to work some
time- tieiore the steel- companies
I remember when the Zonians were seriously threatened
with the loss of the 25 wage differential, among, a number w
other things. Then-Mr. Peter Beasley was sent to the Canal
Znn m hatchet-man for the wlminlsiration. il met Peter at a
cocktail party. i 1 v. f if iv i expect to load their lake vessels
"What are you trying to do the poor Canal employes?, I on the 8tep to Chicago and
asked him half in jest ; "'.' ii on to the great steel mills. For
"We re going to put tne screws on mem, ne repueu, w
same time making a motion w'th his nands like screwing on
a bottle top. Peter probably was better at screwing off bottle
tops, but ha did do his hatchet job with equal reusfa. Later,
of course, in. the midst of the treaty negotiations, Pete changed
sides and also collected pay from the government of Panama.
. .' Some of the top Canal employes got the axe after years of
faithful and efficient service. The operation seems ib have
been based on the theory that .every thing done prior to the
new administration was wrong. Om wonders how such "in "incompetents"
competents" "incompetents" managed to build and operate the Canal. Fortu Fortunately
nately Fortunately most of them got better jobs after being forced to retire
or resign, and at least two, better Jobs than the governorship
of the Canal. x : c. vJ ,;'v';
' General Goethals,' at the farewell banquet given him at the
Hotel Washington, said the engineering problems of Canal con construction
struction construction could have been handled by any competent engineer,
and that they were secondary to tho human problems. The
high morale, that almost reached the point of fanatical devo devotion,
tion, devotion, built by General Goethals, then "The Colonel,"; continued
under successive Governors for many years, and through two
wars. r-.xy-1:-' ;;',' C :;.vv ::.i'!':
Governor Potter has made an excellent start, but he alone
cannot rebuild and maintain the former high morale. There
will need be changes impolicy.
Employes with long years of service wHl have to have equal
chances with outsiders for promotions. Competence and, of
course, experience should be the deciding factors. Governor
Potter will have to see that his subordinates take his own fine
attitude towards the employes in, general, ; v.?:. ., J
I'm sure that, if policy changes are made, Governor Potter
will be surprised at the response of the rank and file employes
to his friendly overtures. It is realized that the Governor of
the Canal no longer has the authority that once went with that
post. He must be responsive to a Board of Directors, which
is changed frequently, and is otten composed Of taen with flight
knowledge of the Canal and less of the1! people of the Canal
Zone. 't ': :, :. .w
I am convinced that the "spirit of Peter Beasley" has end ended
ed ended in the Canal Zone and am delighted that is to be replaced
by the "spirit of Governor Potter," to whom I want to wish
every success in the difficult task that he is facing. .,
; Crede Calhoun 1
I Without the iron ore the industry
co.ndn't produce steel all winter.
So it's reasonable to believe that
the steel strike will end in time to
o.ri tie iron ore rolling.;;
And there will be one more pres pressure
sure pressure pushing for the ending of the
birixe by Labor Day. This pres pressure
sure pressure will come from the Republi Republican
can Republican strategists when the president president-D
D president-D wight Eisenhower will be on
the spot if the steel industry stays
down and business everywhere
slows down because of the strike.
Lisenhower has always said he
would be neutral as long as pos
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By "BOB MARK
$18,171 at the expense of the tax
Kraft also sent letters to eleven
retail customers erocerv chain.
The record book isn't handy, but cis, Stan,'" because the Star was you are running numbers far liv- bakeries, and food companies
WASHINGTON Full story can lines, however, war Secretary of
now D told now tne hxa cooas. tne Army unicKei-
Company cashed in on Secretary!
of Agriculture Benson's cheese
deal, then tipped off its custom customers
ers customers so they, too, could profit at
the taxpayers' expense.
Kraft Vice President A. W. Si-
mund was a member of Benson s
dairy advisory committee, which
So the Vvisconsin whiz kid hit
upon an ingenious plot which he
thought would force Brucker to
take the stand and answer em embarrassing
barrassing embarrassing questions. McCar McCarthy
thy McCarthy singled out Capt Bert Cum
by, a young Negro, as the most
luely Army witness to be buf-
recommended.that the Aerici'.lture faloed. The senator s p. an wan to
Department buy cheese from proc-jask Cumby the ticklish ques
tions, ngurmg ne wouia d in intimidated
timidated intimidated into passing tne Due
on to higher-ups. When- Cumby
hedged on his answers, McCar McCarthy
thy McCarthy intended to raise a fuss and
demand that Brucxer be sum summoned
moned summoned to testify. This was the
plot McCarthy hopefully outlined
to Intimates. h
pus'u - - i. n J .... M 1 1
sihla In a eanf lift eiioh Atei" w His waa iua ve.au iubuw ..p.,.
- --" -" .a t mm a mm tMAl H
essors, then sell it oack three
cents a pound cheaper.
As it turned out, the cheese
never left the processors ware
houses, and Uncle Sam simply
paid them a generous profit for a
paper transaction, ine program s
stated purpose was to help the
dairy farmers, not the cheese
companies. But the latter got the
benefit. : '-,
The same Kraft vice president
who acted as adviser for Benson's
dairy committee and joined in rec
ommending this government give
away wasted no time taking ad
vantage of it. Before the regula
tions were even -issued, Sigmund
wrote to lour of Kraft s biggest
customers telling them how they
would get in on the windfall.
These were: National Biscuit
Company, which collected $18.-
693 from the Agriculture Depart
ment: it .j .Hetnz comDoav.
which made $24,865: United Bis Biscuit
cuit Biscuit Company, which made 112.-
062; and Campbell Soud ComDanv
which tried to sell-and-buy-back
3,000,000 pounds of cheese but nev
er cioseo tne aeai. .
K By this time. Kraft was behav-
ing in a taxpayer-be-hanced. set-
in-on-the-gravy manner. The com
pany notified seven smau custom
ers in New York. MasarhiiPtl
New Jersey, Maryland and the I Harold Stassen . Ambassador
Distriit of Columbia how to make! John Davis Lodge, ex-GOP gov gov-a
a gov-a quick profit in cheese.. These ernor of Connecticut, has been void
seven firms, made 1 a total of be can t attend the Republican
convention in ban trancisco, no
matter how much he wants to go.
Secretary Dulles abruptly cabled
Lodge that all ambassadors are
expected ito stick to tneir posts
But when McCarthy fixed Cap Captain
tain Captain Cumby with his most bellig belligerent
erent belligerent stare, and in his grufiest
manner asked the questions about
the Army's collaborators, ilie Ne Negro
gro Negro officer,' without batting an
eye, snapped back the answers,
lie. didn't hedge. He was sa sure
of his answers that the cpisqda
passed without a r.pple of txcue txcue-ment.
ment. txcue-ment. Newsmen didn t even both
er to take notes.
Lamely McCarthy congratulated
Captain Cumby on his forthright
- John Foster Dulles has private privately
ly privately complained that he is being
surrounded by unofficial secretar secretaries
ies secretaries of state. He resents the inter
ference in foreign affairs of as
sistant president Sherman Adams,
the I resident's brother Milton Ei
senhower, and disarmament chief
7 v v
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'POSSUM'S MEOW When a possum was orphaned through
the loss of his mother, he went, naturally enough, to an orphan orphanage.
age. orphanage. The mother cat at the Happy Homes orphanage in Mc Mc-Callen,
Callen, Mc-Callen, Texas, took the homeless youngster into her family of
four kittens. Three of the kittens are shown, above, at the dinner
table, but "possum was smart he got there first
IP II W. A
V 'Utonn WHP
J o to mi (tmi ecti Mi
tit his word. They deemed on a
test of strength with David Mc McDonalds,
Donalds, McDonalds, Steel. Workers Union for
For one thing, there is no ur
gency right now. There are 21.000.-
000 tons of steel in warehouses
around the country. This is roughly
two months production.
.Therefore, there wont be any
pressure from president Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower for quite a while. The pressure
will come in September from the
Republican political strategists
when they realize that the strike
can become a hot political issue.
The public will identify the steel
industry with the Administration,
and GOP. leaders fear that this
may cost them votes in the presi presidents!"
dents!" presidents!" election The politicos are
afraid that the public will blame
either the steel industry or the
President for the chaos and the
possible resulting recession.
The Democrats win ne able to
than the steel industry is ttf its
Mens in the white House today.
Backing this up is a historic mo
ment that s never before been reported.
: j i .... .l xo jcfli a
steel companies have taken nlraiSt;H(ll w.-hinotn nr.
You got to pardon an old sports sports-writer
writer sports-writer a little sentimentality but
it was all so new and fresh and
wonderful then. :
It seems to me that Johnny Bus Bus-ick
ick Bus-ick had just quit, and I got to be
the baseball writer. But I wouldn't
be sure, because I was contem contemplating
plating contemplating matrimony, and maybe it
was tne next year. .
.'1 Simmons, who died recently,
was playing a little bit, and we
had two wild lefthanders named
Chase and Krakauskas. Stanley
Harris was manager, and K Clark
Griffith was a vibrant man in his
70s. -- k
We were lousy ball club, us
Senators, but this was the year for
the All-Stars, and us raw cub
sportswriters felt iyery' important,
because we wer the komcj town
and we ran the show, -i ?r
Man, I was real stuff, because
I was sitting in on the committee
to handle all the rich and famous
4-11 4 . .
, ,,i iu ieuow irom uui vi lowu -uie prq-
point out that steel labor was more ,tw
We were so poor on my paper
that year that we rewrote spring
training pleOs from Shirley Po Po-vich
vich Po-vich and Bob Considine, us sitting
in Washington and wonder wondering
ing wondering about a second-day angle on
a place we hadn't ever seen. ;.
We couldn't rewrite it from Fran- nice
which made nearly $164,000 total during the campaign the Air
supposed to be competing for.thei;'''; MNt'numl)eiitV;-'mBr,":''fzx'IHt.:- v..--v..-., ...,!.;.. I coach Transport Associations
second-day news lead, and I didn't '.'was ever this broke." ; Meanwhile, Kraft was happily aggressive president, A. J.Rome,
know what Frank was writing -1 doubt I shall ever forget that peddling its Own cheese to the is winning his battle to torce tne
observers abroad report
Truman s aowa-tu--
In 1951 the late Philip Murray
was determined to have a show showdown
down showdown with the steel industry. He
threatened to strike. President
Truman applied pressure and heat
to Murray, who reluctantly and
vngrily postponed strike action
So angry did Murray become
over Mr... Truman's daily badger badgering
ing badgering for a strike postponement that
he refused to answer the presiden presidential
tial presidential phone callsthe first time he
ever reacted so bitterly. The Steel
Union chief ignored all White
House messages for quite a while,
but did delay strike action for a
total of 100 days.
. Truman then seized the steel
mills. Murray kept his' '-foUowerat v 'itmjj 11; v...
at work. Then the Supreme Court : A f1"' V"9 JhStfchM ?
declared Truman's acUon uncon-jomn!bl the Polish curtain
stitutional. Only then did Murray obtained by the simple mtelll mtelll-puU
puU mtelll-puU out his men. That strike, theence ? technique of J having
last big one, ran for 52 days.rIt'Someone read all the Polish news news-was
was news-was setUed by the same kind of PPs and then putting together
nrccr., whif-h wilt hav tn cnttiA bits and pieces of information.
this one. Not too lona after that I mus. mws r rom uenind tne
from Orlando until after we had year; I literally had to go out and government and buying it back Civil Aeronautics Board to .gfant
come out, we oian t e.en matte, count the bases, having never seen ior winoiail profits. In fact, the the smau, supplemental airimes
roaa. ifips, uewaune we were on a major league oau game, i aion t company ; actually collected fzo,- a permanent piace in me air se.
nuagei. ...:.- ,, Miow Botnin', so i nad ass: m ior seven cheese deals that
What I knew about baseball was! dumb questions, and wrote a sur-;were made after the program
so slim as to be invisible, prisinB r amount ; of hard news,' had officially expired.
Busick quit to go to Georee throufih stuoditv. Each dav was ai The whole cheese scandal wa
Washington as a press agent I thine of horror almost aDDroachinc so fantastic that th- Jntir. n. that Harrv
think there was a raise from 25; bullfighting as a vocation. 1 could- partment finally ordered the com-j earth manner won more friend
to 35 bucks in it, and Buse had;n't spit when. I-got up in the panies to give their windfall prof-'for the U.S.A. than any other sin-
uua auu vuui veucrucu nwBjriuiuiiuug. ( , ins Dacn. lo) we taxpayers, u tooc gie person since we ena oi iu
Riley looked. around the city room! -.It is probable that Mickey Man- Attorney "General Brownell and war. ;.
and saw nothing at all but me. 'tie was just about being born. But Secretary of Agriculture Benson j 1 )
He sighed. He shook his head. fDiMag had come up. and Mose nine months after this column! Khrushchev and Bulganin tried
"Do you think you could be a Grove was ; pitching, and Jimmyj first exposed the amazing cheese to win friends by mingling with
baseball writer?" he asked. Foxx was flexing his arms, and' story exactly one year ago people. They made some bead.
"I dunno.'M said. "I covered Greenberg was on first, and I was 'June 24, 1955 to admit the mis-! way. Jut they had never really
some other things. I covered a bal- a-scared to talk to 'era. Just being take. So far, however, none of been part of. the masses, Vlespita
aifiApiatpn with f hp Washinetnn Vrifl, k.. -j u.i. i- jij.m H-r
Senators was a disgrace, apart dime.; f. ihow to mingle.-' w
Rockyi sighed again and smote
his forehead.; 0 .. v- ?.
v ueggars," ne said, "cannot' De
Choosers.1 You are a baseball
from being young and stupid. ,
ThenUhe All-Star game "came,
and we had the bis free-load nar-
And do not ask me where! ties, and I got to meet real im
park. Go write baseball." portant people like Joe Williams,
, McCarthy flops
It's been a. ions time since-Sen
ator McCarthy's famous feud with
. To Truman. ,howevef. It Just
came naturally. He went about
London and Paris sometimes in
shirtsleeves, just as if he were
in Independence, Mo. He took lime
' T (nfntl mi, MUnnyl v.uh I nk.1- Conn- n D.-V n- .7 --o .-v.
t ,n.ni-i; fflirS' .Army,-' Dut he hasn't forgotten ,to shake hands with anyone who
?12K?L iii Sf twS.' Pwieiw ? whenever he .gets a chance, 'wanted to shake hands, gave ait
I aald -'WaiiSm ivSm tssisn nhli hilr nitf m ennar? J ilfiBricI stU1 carries on His latest autographs to anyone who wanted
fJ?JlZ V.l? wiimrtVqNr tem w" t0 tfy 10 embarrass autographs.. Not only did he hav
"'':Uc th me, 'kid, and from Wilmington, : N.C-au the Secretary of the Arm Brucker. 1 a whale of a aood time himself.
vm, 11 war rnm nniiH t
What does a baseball writer
do?" she asked.
"I am ssd to declare," I said,
"I have not the faintest idea."
"Well," she ssys, it sounds
Right now my family thinks
i t .
people wnose names you anow. which. however. a. thw.rtpH hv hut ha holnprf th. rnnnt ,ht nut
EvervrinflV ffot flrnnlf and at r--
Hlnrv-A V. : : .1 : J
th free lunch, and I remamhe-," ""- : '.I iu uie jii.siuem.-y,
rn Am U T l. ll -vj uVw umi rfni
WHJ, f'UJ III MFfi M A 1 H1
right, 1 will be a good sports-! 3,r L "i--u-u"'8"
writer like these people."
I was dead wrong.
By PTER EDSOM
WASHINGTON (NEAV- Cose: thinking. But the warning was on
students of postwar Polish Com- the wall for any who could read
munut affairs have seen some-
thir.e lilrn th ranl Pnrnin
popular uprising in the making
for some months;
settlement. Phil Murray died.
.There's never been a showdown
between the steel industry and the
union under Dave McDonsld s
lesdership. This is it.
. S i
Iron Curtain," monthly publication
of Free Europe ; Committee, of
which ex-Ambassador" Joseph C.
Grew is chairman gave a detailed
report on "Poland In Ferment"
The month before it gave an sp-
POLIO TAKES A LICKING
i There, were at least 75 per cent
fewer cases ot polio among
children vaccinated with Salic
pOlio vaccine last year than
among unvacclnatsd youngsters,
according to Surgeon General
Leonard Scheele, above. Dr.
' Scheele recommends that vac
cinatlon programs continue all
summer to give best possible
m competing won the west," ssys
the report. To prepare the podu
praisal of "The Polish Grain, lation for increased contacts with
Balance." It showed that produc
tion within the -present boundaries
of Poland had dropped from 13
million long tons in 1938 to 12gime's repatriation campaign." It
million In 1949 and 10 million In was addressed to Poles overseas.
Polish .party apparestly
The 1950-55 six-year plan called felt it could afford to gamble that
an atmosphere of controversy
would not only restore to the na nation
tion nation a sense of vigor, it would also
tend to create among the people a
sense of solidarity with the re re-gune."
gune." re-gune." ,. . 1
cles in 1954 took a dangerous turn
Complaints about mismanage mismanagement
ment mismanagement of justice appeared in the
Polish press throughout the year.
There was criticism of unjust fines
and penalties inflicted on the "ku
laks" the private farmers. Large
scale arrests were said to serve
no useful purpose and to endanger
- The Polish Ministry of Justice
was accused of being too con
cerned with political matters and
m ignoring comiiiun crimes, even
thouah it handed out nrison sen-
and tences too easily.
, i Last fall the Polish Communist
r. iP4rty attempted to redefine its
"Poland, along with Czechoslo-, ideological position and establish
yakia, was assigned a Jeading role; a new. line. There was a larger
Most interestins asoect of the
March "Poland in Ferment" anal analysis
ysis analysis was its origin. The first signs
of unrest were detected among the
intellectuals. Writers, artists and
philosophers began to question
Communist party edicts in 1953.
Up to then, ,the postwar years
had been marked by a tremendous
rebuilding effort Polsnd's new
western territories taken
from Germany had to be re resettled.
settled. resettled. This contributed to nation national
al national fervor and pride. Then the lot
living standard, oppression
hardships began to be felt.
jneanure oi repression.
But having once sampled the
liberties of free press, free speech
foreigners, a less rigid ideological land -free criticism, the taste
line was required." This was lingered in the mouths of the peo-
synenromzed with the Fonsh re- pie. seizing the opportunity ottered
by the poznan trade fair, with
for production of 14.5 million tons.
But even with perfect weather and
a bumper crop in 1955, production
was only 12 million tons. Here
was an obviously worsening situa
tion that today makes the Poznan
workers' demonstrations for more
But discussion and controversy
Those two forecasts attracted went much farther than the Polish
little attention when first made. Communists intended. The debate
They were considered wishful which started in intellectual eir-
numbers of western Europeans in
the city, the populace apparently
exploded by spontaneous com combustion
bustion combustion in an unplanned dem demonstration
onstration demonstration that turned into revolt.
"Imperialist" agitators had noth noth-inp
inp noth-inp to do with it. as Comunlot
spokesmen attempt to make out.
The question now is how the
Polish government will meet this
new threat, will it ne a return to
repression of the Stalinist era? Or
will there by further, much-needed
with the Reds in Korea not only
are still m the Army; but had
been promoted part of the rou routine
tine routine promotion of all POW's.
McCarthy figured this. was his
big opportunity.. He could make
headlines by accusing the Army
of coddling collaborators; Only ob obstacle
stacle obstacle was the Joe no longer runs
the Senate Investigating Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, now under Arkansas' stern
Sen. John McClellan.
Unhappily for McCarthy, the Ar
kansas Democrat scheduled only
low-ramting Army ouicers to tes testify
tify testify about brainwashing and Red
collaboration in POW camps, What than broken, says the
McCarthy needed to make head-1 Geographic Society..
NOTE ;U.S. diplomats one
recommended that HST be sent as
a good-will ambassador1 to India
and the Middle East, but' the State
Department vetoed it because of
the President's dislike for the ex
Lapp housewives of northern
Finland make thread by splitting
dried reindeer sinews into- halrliki
fibers. The fibers are then braided
tightly and rolled between palms
an against the cheek until they
are smooth and round. Used with
bene needles, the thread is so
king that it has to be cut rather
Answer to Previous Puzzle I
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37 SmaU rock 46 Wife of Zeus
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22 Lamprey meUl 48 Wheys ot
23 Playa 39 Musical note milk .
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25 Wrestling-25 Irritate (colL) grass cushion ..
26 Erect 42 He is a II Fish
28 Famous of World 53 Harden '-English
English '-English school War II 54 Capuchin
29 Mature 43 Eternity (ab.) monkey v
52 Hebrew ;;
85 Made anew
56 More costly
2 Footed vasel
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THURSDAY, JULY 1!, 1938
TEX PANAMA AMERICAN A INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Senator Has Evidence GOP
and propped up" for the coming
, venial Some think it is unsafe.
1 1 personally hope it is entirely
G:!IIn3 Up KlyMs
IT yea nftr from 0tunr TJs
Kifhta, Bukidu, ht Paina, Xeaa
ot Vicenr, Kcrrouniua or waak waak-ataa
ataa waak-ataa oa ahooM hlp your Proatate
Gland bnnwdlatalr wivh BOG EN A.
Thla woadar nadleln aaakaa
yoa faal younaar, atronf ar an 4
alp wlthoot Intarroptloa. Gat
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atiafacttoa fiuranlaaaa 4
Neuberzer released a letter
sale. I hope Mr. Eisenhower lives
from VS. Surgeon General Leo
to be IX.
Smear Campaign Against Democrats
nard A. Scheel. Th Wtrr oiH
Under questioning by Sen. Clin Clinton
ton Clinton P. Anderson (D-N.M.), D' D'Ewart
Ewart D'Ewart said he "did nothing.1 He
said he knew of two men involv
dicumarol, an anti-coagulant being
given rresiaent bisenhower, is
considered safe under orooer eon-
WASHINGTON. Julv 12 (UP) (D.Ore. did a "rits.erv! in rUm m-..i1. v. -wJ
ed in the campaign but "in the
heat rt th amnajmi' m m m w
w uic, f,. jiiuiiaw i U'luuui. 1 1 r cv'imis wnpn iw sain ina rci kaiuiiU', K.. .... v i
things happened that be couldn't
siu yesieraav- uemocrau nave aeri would tm nnrf with !. k;ui..
Use a "soft nn rnmmiiniKm.
zunmi cauipaiga agaiosi uiem Uj
this year's election camDaltrn.
Three GOP senators Thomas
ICt to easy to tew
H. Kuchel (R-UUh) and Frank A.
Barrett R-Wto.1 nrnmntl r-
jected the charge. They said, a lot
of tilings happen in the heat of a
campaign but Republicans do not
want to "blacken tha "rhsrarter"
I of any good Democrat 1 : i
x 'S. V" Y
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FACSTO CARRASQUILLO (center), We clerk In the Central Pass office at Corozal, receives ;
a Sueeestion Award certificate from Col. Joseph R. Walton (left), Provost Marshal, USAR USAR-CAR
CAR USAR-CAR IB to ceremonies held In-Walton's office recently. Oran L. Appin, chief of the Central
Pass office, looks on. CarrasquiUo's winning suggestion was c revision of the Type C Iden-,;
tification and Privilege card application which is more explicit and easier to. handle and file.
Cyprus Development Goes On
Despite Terrorist Activities
"LONDON. July 12 Despite
vi. .pMvIUm of terrorist gangs
the Cyprus Government, as part;
ct its ten-year development pro pro-pram,
pram, pro-pram, has made considerable
progress in the schemes affect-in-
th rprvrtav lives of the IS'
land's people during the past
W British support to the
a innment Droeram Includes
strlinir grants,' received or re receivable,
ceivable, receivable, equivalent to over $5,-
New town water supply
schemes in Nicosia, Limassol and
Famagusta- were compieiea &i a
rnst of $3,360,000: water supplies
were laid on to 84 villages a
record: and 54 small irrigation
schemes were brought Into op
eration. ,. .-..-
' Wnprt -water suDnlies have
now been' installed in 78 of
t.ho Island's villages. i
Hmw hulldlne and roads rro-
rams we"re undertaken by the
blic Works Department, in
th- Panhn. district the eovern
Jmen$ undertook completion of
' 1300 framework" h o u s e s for
earthquake victims who had
" been unable to complete their
fwn homes. A new floor was
' added to the Nicosia general
hospital, making extra beds a-
valiabie for cnuaren.
- Although the terrorists dis dis--
- dis-- rnpted education to a large
' extent, says Colonial Office
! Report 'publ'shed in London,
the Education Department
furthered its plans for techni
Existing technical training
facilities which provide a five
year course In electrical and
mechanical engineering were
being expanded to include prep preparatory
aratory preparatory and secondary technical
schools, with a technical insu
tute for advanced studies In Nii
COKla. V.. ,.,,!." ; k "i
The consumer co-operative
movement continued to expand.
The retail trade gene rauy
throughout the year waa buoy buoyant
ant buoyant and, except in special sec sections,
tions, sections, such as entertainment
was little affected by: terrorist
activities. The value of Imported
consumer goods rose by $5,600,-
- Exports were also buoyant, es especially
pecially especially minerals. The annua.
revenue accrulne to Cyprus
through the presence ot British
troops on the island Is estimated
at not less tnan $33,euu,uuu.
The Greek-speaking Cypriots
who co-operated with the Gov Government
ernment Government in promoting the wel welfare
fare welfare and prosperity of the Is
land,; are being denounced as
"traitors" in seditious pamphlet;
and some are receiving threat
Nevertheless, says the re report,
port, report, "there Is little support a a-mong
mong a-mong the general public for ex
treme measures and a wiae
spread desire that a solution of
the problem of the Island's Tu
ture should be found by peace
fully and constitutional means.'
$1264,800,000 Worth Of Surplus
US Farm Products Sold or Given Away
WASHINGTON, July 12 (UP)
President Eisenhower said yesier yesier-day
day yesier-day the government sold or gave
wsv $1,264,800,000 worth of sur
plus farm products during the six
months ended June 30. Most of it
was destined for overseas. J
' In a semi-annual report to Con Congress,
gress, Congress, Mr.' Eisenhower said the
United States now has gotten rid
of $2,953,000,000 worm 01 surplus
farm crops under the special dis dis-postil
postil dis-postil act which became effective
in September 1954.
rh. TTnttaii states RtiU had a
W.tW billion dollars obligated
for arm surpluses last May
however." The government owned
$6,100,000,000 of this outnght. The
olhcf $2,400,000,000 88 held' as
security against price s u P P o r t
The 195 law permna sr
erhment to sell farm surpluses
v. a tnr 4nTPon currency. maKe
ri;f donations to friendly
Search For Youth
tries, barter surpluses abroad for
strategic materials, and donate
surpluses to welfare organisations
and needy persons in this country.
. The. aim was to cut down the
government's huge surplus hoards
which tend to depress farm prices
because of a fear they some day
may be thrown on the market,
In the lengthy report, Mr. Eisen
hower reminded Congress the ad
ministration wants two changes in
the current program:
1. To double from 1V& billion
dollars to 3 billion dollars the
government's authority to sell sur
pluses abroad in exchange for for-)
. 2. To extend the barter provi
sion so that the government can
ship surpluses to Soviet bloc coun coun-tirej
tirej coun-tirej in exchange for strategic ma
terials. This is. banned under the
The foreign currency provision
is the heart of the program, ac.
cording to the President's report
Under, it the government had ar
ranged to ship $1,466,900,000 in sur
plus commodities abroad, $801, $801,-200.COO
200.COO $801,-200.COO in the past six motnhs.
Under this program, the United
States sells surplus farm products
I ' ,i i K
BE IT EVER SO HUMBLE-
TV antennae tower over this
paintless dwelling and nelgh-
boring homes behind it in
suburban. Moscow as evidence
of Muscovites' love for the
home screens, Western observ
era in the Soviet's capital city
quote prices as ranging from
950 to 2,300 rubles for a set,
Some factory workers are said
- to earn from 1,000 to 1,400
rubles a month.
The exchange took place during
Senate Interior CommittM hear.
ing on President Eisenhower's nom-
marion of former Rep. Wesley A.
O'Ewart (R-Mont.) to be assistant
secretary of interior. He has held
and interim annointment tint
. Murray, tommittte chairman,
Vfeated D'Ewart for his Senate
seat in 154. He said "fait and
vicious propaganda" was Used
against him by D'Ewart support supporters
ers supporters "purporting to brand me as
'left winger,' a 'Communist
sympathiser and as 'soft- en
( l;- T'..-.
' Murrav said Demnrrti Tiav
evidence "that a similar smear
campaign may be carried out in
approaching elections." He cited
a recent document put out by the
staff of the Senate Rennhlir.n P
licy Committee. The memo said
Communists want a Democratic
victory in November. :
Kuchel "rentiriiaterf" h. ens
l staff document. But he charged!
uuu ocu. nicnara u iNeuberger
to foreign countries in exchange
' vtTTii fvcmff for local currency. This country
SEAPCHFOR YOUTH a-WSIDE, j to help
unance n variwus operauons. in-
r.BWN ROCK III. July 12
(UP) Authorities pressed a
search 'yesterday for a youth be be-is.ad
is.ad be-is.ad tn he holding his 17-year-
old girl friend a prisoner since he
took .her irom ner nome uue
aj?o. ' ,:
Nellie Joyce Spencer has not
ceen seen since Thomas Bellows,
20, a student at American Univer University
sity University in Washingtos, D, C, invad invaded
ed invaded her home last Thursday.
Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mar Marshal
shal Marshal H. Spencer," are certain .he
was kidnaped. "We absolutely
knew that if she wasn't, D'evented,
the would have contacted us by
mail or some other way." Mrs.
"I know that tt" "ot an e e-lopement,
lopement, e-lopement, she said. "I hope that
the worst that has happened is
eir being married."
HARTFORD, Conn. -(UP) -T.woever
stole Donald Bennon's
truck got more than he bargained
for. Bennon said it contained a
stove, refrigerator, washing ma machine
chine machine and television set
clod'ng military, in the country of
JOHNSON CITY. NX. July 12
(UP) Police yesterday sought a
teen-age youth who attacked a 16-
vear-old cirl with broken glass
and razor blade alter sne naa re
ceived a warning note, to stop see.
in her hov friend. ":. .-";
Police Chief Floyd Allen said
Miss Janet Jones suffered cuts on
the legs, stomach and one hand in
the attaclc Tuesday oy a youin
wearing a blue handkerchief over
his face and one white glove.
Allen said Miss Jones received
la note Monday which said, "Dump
that guy or we will get you." lie
said the "guy" was believed to re
fer to Jim Beesmer, a high school
football player, who had been dat
ing the gin. ;
Ava Gardner Hotly
With Playboy Rubi
LONDON, July 12 (UP)
Screen star Ava Gardner said
today there is "absolutely no
truth" to a report she was plan
nine to rnarry Porfirio Rubiro-
sa, the Dominican playboy playboy-diplomat.
"I met the gentleman once In
Madrid and dined with him "on
another occasion in Paris with
other v people," Miss Gardner
said. 'These are the only two oc
caalons on which I have ever
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. f" JPVL VT ,1 ATCYOU l WANNA yWET PAINT &m
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Stabs Son's Girl,
NEW YORK, July 12 (UP) -A
former Bellevue Hospital mental
natient. UDset over his son's neigh
borhood romance, last night killed
the girl s mother and wounded tne
cirl in a wild, statftiine spreee.
The man. Michael Radice, 56, of
the Bronx, was captured a few
minutes later attempting to escape
over a bacityard fence oy aetec aetec-tive
tive aetec-tive Frank Weber.
Weber suffered a cut arm in dis disarming
arming disarming Radice.
,f. v.:.. I
Police said Radice stabbed to
death Anna Togneri, 41, when she
went to the aid of her daughter,
Virginia, 18. Radice had broken
into .their apartment carrying a
butcher knife, police said.
Miss Togneri, who had been go going
ing going out with Radice's son, Patrick,
was stabbed once in the thigh
and twice in the back when she
ran to a window for help. Her
condition was described as not se serious
rious serious after treatment at Lincoln
The investigation showed Radice
was confined in the mental ward
of Bellevue Hospital last year and
was signed out by members of his
family, against the advice of doc doctors,
tors, doctors, j. ..
Volga Cradle Song
MOSCOW, July 11 (UP) A
Volga peasant woman gave birth
to healthy quadruplets twa
girls and two boyi Sovitt news news-pprs
pprs news-pprs reported yasttrday.
Of Vodka May Cost
Him His Leadership
LONDON, July 12 (UP) L. Brit
ish newspapers speculated today
that Nikita Khrushchev's love of
vodka may cost him his leader
ship in the Soviet Union.
All of London's newspapers pub published
lished published frontpage reports that a tip
sy Khrushchev publicly insulted
British; Air,. Minister Nigel Birch,
U.S. A5t? Force Chief of Staff Ns
than Twining and other western westerners
ers westerners at a Moscow reception last
Several of them remarked that
it mleht cost Khrushchev his
job as leader of the Soviet Com
Daily mail reporter Walter Farr
said Khrushchev planned to take
"a long holiday."
Ha quoted "an authority In a
position to know the full facts"
as saying Khrushchev's position
in the Kremlin has been weak weakened
ened weakened because he must be re re-g
g re-g a r d e d a an irresponsible
The "authority also said the
party leader has played into the
hinds of a powerful group which
plans to destroy him. Ceptered a a-round
round a-round the "old guard" of Bolshe Bolshevik
vik Bolshevik leaders, this group was believ
ed to consist of former Premier
Georgi Malenkov, former Foreign
Minister V. M. Molotov and first
Deputy Premier Lazar Kagano
vifrh hp said. x
London's Communist Daily
Worker jumped to Khrushchev's
defense1 to deny the reports.
Walruses got their name
Norse sailors who called
"hvaiross," whale horse.
(togflptetf True Life AdventuTeil
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f HOOK THEMSELVES TO THE PUK ..
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n Kin, A
. Washineton College in Maryland
from is the only one to hold that name
them with the consent of ueorge wasn
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Armed Force Hour
The Millions It
Capt CeUent ;
Ethel and Albert
Shower of Stars
People Are funny
Star Tonight ;
: FRIDAY, July 13, SS
t:SS Sign on
3:00 Armed Forces Hour
4:00 Ray MiUand Show
1;30 Masquerade Party
S M I Lov Lucy
I M Fury
T.-00 turni and Allen
7:30 "Vou Bet Your Life
1:00 Colgate Comedy Hour
S:30 Two For The Honey
11 KM Newt
11:05 Goodyear TV Playhouse
13.05 SigO off.
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THURSDAY, JULY 12. 1956
Mrs. Benrwtt Laavaa '
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MRS. PLUMA B. BATTEN, president of the American Federa Federation
tion Federation of Boroptimist Clubs, arrived in Panama today to present
the charter to the newly formed Soroptimlst Club of Panama.
COtdMBIAN INDEPENDENCE DAY WILL BE
CELEBRATED WITH RECEPTION AT UNION CLUB
The Ambassador of Colombia Dr. Raul H. Barrios has Is Issued
sued Issued Invitations to a reception, which will be held at the
Union Club, July 20, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Union
Club In honor of Colombian Independence Day. v
Arrives In Panama
, if.. Ptnm w Rattpn. oresident
of the American Federation of So-
roDtimist Clubs,, arrived uv rana
For Cuba To Attend
Mrs. George Bennett left by Bra
niff Airwavs last evening for San
tiago, Cuba to visit her son and
daughter-inlaw, Mr. and Mrs
Richard Bennett ana to attena tne
Christening of her grandson,
Charles Richard Bennett, Jr.
Mr. Don Grefe will be the child's
For Dr. Soiafried Muiier
Dr. and Mrs. Adalberto Muller
gave a barbecue at their home as
farewell to Dr. Seigfried Muller.
who is leaving for the United
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Ilev IIY-Miaml Rdufe
National Airlino went before the
Civil Aeronautics board today to
oppose opening me ncn new xora xora-Miami
Miami xora-Miami route to further competi-
Eastern Air Lines, which h o w
shares tneso-cauea "goia coast coast-route
route coast-route with National, told the CAB
vesterdav that sufficinet service is
&wn airline are trvinff tn fet
nnrmiscinn from th CAB tn haul
passengers and freight on the lu
crative mew yonc-Miami run. wad
hnarinff nminn Th n m a I T..
Wrenn hai recommended that the
petition from Delta Air Lines be
National has estimated that let-
Wr. Battan ha. halH manv nf. anoUier airhne ShBM WOlUd
fices at the. Club, Hegionai? and "SLTveSr
ieaerauon leva oi me : ooropu- -- t:r.r ,h Wa.t.rn
mists among them, president ot XluVJ fir. Yt
her local club; director and. board SllT MS? 'l
Summer shorts need a rood wardrebe rf Uttle
hlonses. We show two tlat aro simple u they fifi
n deUilinr for appeal. Baby tuck yoke (left) s ta pjina
cMtea has a wggeation of the Empire line in 4he yoke. The
Sui watermelon slfce neckline bright) teort
Ue ie Pima cotton broadcloth. Both arc from Judy Bond.
gy GAILE DUGAS, NEA Women's Editor.
Each notice for Incluiioii In thil
ealuma ihould b lubmitttd ill
tyao-writtea farm mi mailed to one
of tka box HOfflbtn litted daily Im
"Social and Otherwise,'' or deliver-
od by liand to the affica. Notices of
mattings cannot k accepted by
Ft. Kobbo N.C.O,
Meota Tonight . i v
The N.C.O. TVives Club of Ft.
Kobbe will hold their monthly
business meeting tonight at 7:30.
All. members and other N.C.0 la ladies
dies ladies are cordially invited.
THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL
' an assortment of
ciever Knick Knacks?
from. 9c. op
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Opposite the Aneon F.O.
yS X&vSA zjgFitt
.PAV5i,.,!T Llhrc,x.p ZSSSTJi
lv formed' Panama Club. Mrs.
Battan Is a resident of Woodstown
N?J. isia member of the SoropU- headed at the Federation level in-
mist International of Salem
elude Service Objectives Commit
tee, co-ordinating all Federation
, Mrs. T. L. Boyd, who'is'the for-
m Mlsa -Lilian iTalliHav Hanffh.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Halliday,
is visiting friends in the Canal
irC'a' f;'':?' ..':.. iw. t
fr Rattan ia Sunerintendent oil voiuu,v,ir.. .nn tnrf r.rntc- and
''the Consolidated B o rou g h and Extengion committees During her
Township Schools trt aiora' .oun- chairmanship of the latter commit-'
m Tamau A fiar rppplvinff u. iL. : -a,i
vv, lee, tue Aiucncta rcuuouuu auu
i. a D flAiwa. fmm thai flniver-J J in .l.-i 4- i.i .It- Li. ... ;-. 7
any Ot ;ennsyiYiu, i v ,
uate work at New York Umver- Fwrntr Lilian Halliday
. m Wntcrpra ,! 1 IniverflltV. I i.ut f ci I.
The career of a teacher was a
natural one for her since she
, came from a-family of educators.
She has Uught at least one year
in every grade of school; has been
an elementary- school ; principal
and supervisor; a department head
in high schools; a State Rural Su Supervisor;
pervisor; Supervisor; and a Public School Ad Administrator
ministrator Administrator in New Jersey for the
past eight years (called "Supervis-
f TT-i.l" In that Slate).
Mrs. Battan b very active in ci-4
vie affairs and women's cmo wors;
in New Jersey. She is a member
of the American Association of
School Administration, National
r.nil nf Administrative Women
in Education, New Jersey Depart
ment of jfiducauon; nas oeen nis-
tnri.n Mil T)irrtnr of the 'State
Association of the American As Association
sociation Association of University Women;
active in the Parent-Teacher As
sociation and has served as par par-lim.ntanan
lim.ntanan par-lim.ntanan f the Salem County
Council; director of the service u-
tiita nf tna saivauon a r m y mi.
Woodstown; has served as the leg legislative
islative legislative chairman of the State So Society
ciety Society of, the DeltaKappa Gamm.
, Active children burn up iq
rgy tvsrj jninute. Llflht,
digestible ROYAL CELATlit
fielps replace that lost en-
. erfiy.' Delicious at meals or
" between meals.
to i glorious flavors I ,
t in m.m
member of the Norm Atlantic Re-
Pan' American World Airways. It
ident of the American Federation.
Important committees which she
transatlantic operatiods with Latin
- Rostern'a eeneral counsel. E.
Smvthe Gambrell. yesterday in
jected a new issue in tne inree-
day old nearmgs. tie cnea me recent-
mid-air collision of two pas-
apnoer nlane over the Grand Can-
yeng as ant "illustration of confu
sion in air traffic control.",.
TT aalit that rertifiratinn of an
other carrier for the Atlantic Coast
"adds another system ot d l s s-natchina
natchina s-natchina and another fleet of
planes" to an already busy air.
Sha haa Iwon. tti Sliest Af Mr
and Mrs N. A. PhilliDi of Marga
rita, Miss Helen Minor and Miss
Thelma Harruigton oi Baiuoa, ana
is at present staying with Mrs.
Kiith van viipt tit inanin Heipnw.
Mrs.-Boyd wiU leave by Pana
ma Line snip, Saturday juiy zi
for her home in Lafayette, India
na -vhffre her misband Ma 1or T.
L. Boyd is an instructor of-ROTC
at Purdue university.- -Mrs
Rnvd and her Barents are
former 'residents of the Canal
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Mrs. Poooy McKemio
And Mrs. Cora Makibbon
Mrs. Peeev McKenzie and Mrs
Cora Makibbon are expected to
arrive here tomorrow from. Chat Chattanooga,
tanooga, Chattanooga, Tennessee. ;
Mr tjwrenee Adler and Mrs
Anims Mathenev are planning to
give a coffee, Monday morning,' in
thai hnnnr at Nn: 11. 52nd St. and
Ricsrdo Anas St. in campo Ale
All friends of the. visitors, are
Pul Finssr On Smog
Instaed Of Smoking
IflKnON Jlllv 12 fWM mm J
group of British scientists report
ed yesterday tney nave laiiea xo
find any conclusive evidence link
ing smoking witn Ming cancer
Tha i.intiiit aairi. however.
that air pollution and smog in in industrial
dustrial industrial areas may be a possible
source of lung cancer.
The doctors' findings were pre
umtasl in 9. 7nn-vnrd renort tn
the British Empire Cancer Cam
nut cm nn tha pansea of cancer.
independent sources ciaimea ine
report was not conclusive. They
nnintari nut th aiientiiit had con
ducted all their tests on animals,
The doctors said that over a pe-
vinA nf ram war thev had minted
tar from smoked cigarettes on the
backs of mice m attempts o pro
duce cancer, but failed.
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This specialised tablet is approved by
more doctors, trusted by mora mothers
than any other brand. You're sure of
accurate dosage. Your child will like
its orange flavor. Refuse substitutes
- get St. Joseph Aspirin For Children.
nurs uigest same tsmt rn ciuta
llomishes 6neobyJofl Skin Returns la 7 Days
Lather your face full minute morning and
night with maMeloua Cuticura Soap. Apply
Cuticura Ointment at night Sea excitini new
softness, smoothness, freshness begin in 7
days! Get Cuticura Soap and Ointment right
away-and to speed relief get amazing new
greaaeleas Cuticura Medicated Liquid for use
during the day. And do try new Cuticura
. Talcum .with C-ff i llexacmoropnene;.
Mdfi!a with frock' rronai
Vktpptd of yor tlagtrtlpl
Qwip stays sweet fill the can it
-empty-i-or your money backl
Wow yew grocer's i
CIHCSIEN CUf.lDO SOUP
adds a party touch
If a excitingly different youH know this with your
very first spoonful The secret is an old and treasured
: native recipe. Pieces of choice chicken meaCbright
- red tomatoes ... fluffy white rice ..cuta of tender
. green okra- all are mingled in golden-rich chicken
stock and seasoned to per-
'i tlffS .''
fection. Serve Campbell's
Chicken Gumbo toon!
I'm not a King,
But thankt to
1 cat like one J
CONDINStO rot OIEATEI VAtUI
- IOOK POt THI SEA-AND-WHITt USU
.Only I MINUTE OLD
nuu it I I1
It's lite Begins with You
' ..does not age on Service Station Shelf
battery Is activated after you buy it
Available at your Service Station
(Guarantee good in U.S.A.) and Here!
TRANSISTHMIAN HIGHWAY --. ,PA,
(Next to National DestUlers-Agewood) TEL. 3-1501
m-mmmmV' MtK ta
Mu Sho w Gob
that's because I keep the Delicious' v
Vitamin-Rich 'Meat' of the Whole Orange r V
How do yon get the "whole orange
orange juice? How do you get all the
vitamins and minerals, the delicious
ness that Nature put into this beau-'
tiful orange? The rich wholesome
"meat" that holds the juice? That's
easy! When you shop, just say
One 8-ounee glass of SNOW CROP Orange
Juice ii at good for your health as drink-
ing the juice of 4 whole oranges!
And SNOW CROP, unlike thin watery
juices, keeps in the rich, healthful,,
"'meat." Take the advice of Teddy
Snow Crop when you shop:.
ust say "Snow Crop and you get
orange juice like this with all thess
golden flecks of rich, delicious, vitamin-packed
orange "meat." Yon can
see with your own eyes how differ different
ent different it is than thm watery juices! You
can see, too, why "meat-rich" Snow
Crop is good for the whole family
DONALD W. DICKERSON, INC.
No. 5741 Obaldia Ave.
URBANIZACION LOS ANGELES
, Tel. 3-1144-3-6984
Sixth St. St Bolivar Ave.
. TeL' 635
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1M Cattd Aveeee
: HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
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. RETIREMENT. LIFE -EDUCATION
I St WDGE
Phone Panama 2-0552
ikicanaTts BAXTER. S.A.
! Packets Shippera Move
j -451 2'2562
Lear RMi ...
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Rie-iat t Jamohia. elosset d
t tS.M. PaaM 1-0279 :
r V eppemtmtw.
We shape few
t famous Melvj JaeWnja
for aule an female
Si Juste Aroaemeiia p Ph. S-Bli
f Canal Zone Ladies
, for Smart and Lovely Hair
1 try our
I Double Lanolins Wav
y.M.C. A. Beauty Salon
1954 Willys Statioa Wajjon
b Rood condition, i Price
$1,500 easy terms. Call
Eisenmann, phone 2-4505.
' Antenna Installations
hi-, our Specialty
SOMPLETE TV SERVICE
Job or Contract
All Work Guaranteed
: Ask About our Service
I CALL 2-2374
CORNER "ri" and DARIEK
Service Calls Till 10:09 p.m.
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
ARIAS. MATUSS1 ASSOCIATES
t Bid "Ask
Abttfolr Neotonal ......
' V ?
i 1 1-;.' --, -..' -,
Buret rieuclarlo ...... 41S
1 aiokmlgon ........ 10
iCetnento Panama 73 73 .$0
Cervecerja Nacional . (2
tChlrlcana de teche .... 11
' ,Cota Cofafv...:..l...... S50
' Cumin" Comerolalee
, fret, with Com. 13
' Destlladora Nacional ... 614
Pineneiera IstmeAa ...
; ; Pret. with Com-' .. 10 0
t Inanrnn, S. A-
Pre! with Com. .'uv , 12
Puerza Lui-Pret. ... 471J
fruarw t ,i-.Comi ... M .... -.
hntela Interamrlcanot' 1 14
!(Jenert tfe Seguroa ,...&
Panamefta de Acettas ... SO
'Panamena de Plbraa ... to
'. Parlamefte de Eecuiaa 3S Zl
t nnamefla de Tabato .'. 10 II lt
.feelro 6MavliKa 750
teatro Central S60
'FOR SALE: Metal bed, cent cent-etete
etete cent-etete with mattress, table, four
chain. Phone Gamboa 6-131.
FOR SALE: I piano with bench,
' Harrington Upright, good tone,
$100; 1 250-velr household iron,
new $5; I 25-cycle record play-
er child'i $6. Mrs. Prothro, houae
5628-1. Balboa. Phone 2-4286.
FOR SALE: 5-piece wicker act,
double bed, 2 refrigerators, 1940
Nash. Gamboa 6-495. V
FOR SALE: Four modern chairs
used as sofa, made by Cowes.
One-third original cost $100 for"
the four. Phone 3-1227.
FOR SALE: $3500 concrete
house and lot in Santa Clara. For
further information call Balboa
FOR SALE: Lot ef land 663
square meters, 6th Avenue, San
Francisco, $4 square meter. TeU
ephdhe 3-3021 and 3-4369.
. NO "BASEBALL, LOOK"
INDIANAPOLIS (UP)- The
"baseball look" is inconsistent
with the dignity ot the police force
here, according to Chief Frank A.
Mueller. Mueller used these words
in blasting the recent practice
among patrolmen of cutting off
weir, new summer shirts from el elbow
bow elbow length sleeves to very short
or no sleeves. Patrolmen were.or-
aerea to ouy new shirts if they
are not able to find f way to' re
place jne missing sleeves.
Famous Conductor Visits Tropelco
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During his brief vacation
iamous conductor and exclusive recording artist for CBS Colum Columbia
bia Columbia records, visited the local CBS distributor. Tropelco, S. A.
As he autographed his recent recording for some of his local
admirers, he chatted about his many records. His recent rec
ording of Puccini's "Madame Butterfly" will be released soon j
u is sure to ne a favorite oi music-lovers everywhere.
Kostelanets regretted that his wife, the fascinatinr eolnr.
atura soprano, LILLY PONS, was
inn concert lour to Venezuela.
I ' ' ;
Biteris urrru ctMirATiAM
nothing but a headache to Will Gravely. ... As fellow kfflto-
Carten students go through their routines he rubs ,his study J
weary brow on the school stage at Martinsville, Va.
FOR SALE: 1948 Hudson Com Com-modore
modore Com-modore Sedan, 41,000 miles,
good mechanical condition, and
appearance, $350. Rodman 3664
FOR SALE: 1954 Mercury
Custom 2-tone 4-door sedan,
new whltewall tires,' duty paid,
$1750. Call Octavio Ramos, TeU
ephone Panama 2-1463.-
FOR SALE: 1955 Pontiac 4.
door sedan, canary yellow, white
wall tires, standard shift, perfect
condition; 1 955 Chevrolet "2 1 0"
coupe, power glide, white side
wall tires and -many extras, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. 1952 Chevro Chevrolet
let Chevrolet 4-door sedan, power slide,
many extras.. 1953 Pontiac Cat Cat-alina,
alina, Cat-alina, olive green,, hydra-attic,?
radio, whitewall tires, ivory top
and many extraa, perfect cendi- :
tion. 1951 Pontiac Catalina, sat sat-arn
arn sat-arn gold. 1953 Chevrolet Bel Bel-ir,
ir, Bel-ir, radio, standard shift, etc. All
in good mechanical condition
and good price. Autos Eisenman,
beside Coca-Cola Plant. Phona
2-2616 and 2-4966.'
FOR RENT: 1954 Plymouth 6.
cyl. Station Wagon, undercoat
' ad, $1700. Can be financed.
' Phone Corosal 2144 or evenings
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
BelAir Station Wagon, 4-door,
6-cyU powerglide, fully equip equipped
ped equipped except radio, 10,000 miles,
like new $1995. Qtrs. 88 Al Al-brook.
brook. Al-brook. Phone 5218. Must tell
before July 24.
FOR SALE. 1953 Super "88"
Oldsmebile, automatic transmis
tion, power brakes,, shaded glass,
radio, whitewall tires, duty paid,
Call Panama 3-4870.
in Panama, Andre Kostelanets
not able to accompany him on
(VaduaUon exercises art)
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BOX 2031, ANCON. C.2.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
FOR SALE: I talking parrot
and cage $55. 2-2964.
FOR SALE 2 tactions latticed
heavy fence, ana' 6x9 with door,
ana 6x12. Phone Balboa 1802,
FOR SALE: Seven-year-eld
herte, chestnut gelding, $50.
Phone 3-4629. : ;
FOR SALE: Bicycle, electric
treins, chairs, tablet, etc, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 1095, mornings.
FOR SALE: Two surveying
transits, cheap. Need minor re repairs
pairs repairs Information Phone 2-3224
FOR SALE: I 2-eylinder 10 10-hp.
hp. 10-hp. Kermath marina angina, like
new; I C02 fire extinguisher
Lbs.-I5; I 12-gauge shotgun,
like new. Phone 2-1358 Bal.
Those who would be Interested
in building a summer home
should know of the new book
which was among the additions
to the Canal Zone Library dur during
ing during the past week.
The complete Summer Hand,
book, by Robert Scharff. often
detailed instructions for making
a permanent summer cottage or
cawrj in a iewweeKenas or pan
of a vacation, the book Includes
plan, and easily-followed instruc instructions
tions instructions for many types of homes
and information in many other
areas, such as selecting a site
chosing tools and materials, in.
spallation of modern convenien
ces, and finishing the inside
and outside of the house.
A complete list of new books
follows: '. v
Counseling- psychology, Hahn;
Kinstiins of Animals ana Man
Morean: Public Health. Smtllie:
Financial and Administrative
Accounting, Smith: Developing
your Executive Skills, Urls; Com
plete summer Home nanaoooK
Scharff: Science-Fiction Adven
tures in Mutation, Conklin; Ex Exploring
ploring Exploring English f Character, Oo-
rer; you May Tane Tne wiioass
Brown: Helen Keller, Brooks;
Wingless Victory f Winwar; War
Memoirs, uauue; ana wuuu 111
With Both Eyes Open, Bon
ner; Warhorse, Cunningham;
The Malefactors, coraon: Tne
Rosemarv Tree, Ooudge; This
Fortress World, Ounn; Bang the
Drum Slowly. Harris; The scar scarlet
let scarlet Thread. Hood: H.M.S. Ulys
ses, MacLean; Jiidas Journey
Martin; Time was, soioy; ana.w neia on Sunday at the USO
Thtj Stranglef who Wouldn't Let JWB Armed Forces Service Cen-
How Little Boats Grow. Bark'
er; A Vote for Dick, Belm: He
Sailed with Captain Cook. Bor
den; Here Comes the Trolley
Car, Chalmers; Fnpsey Fun
Chastain; A Uttle Maid of Ti Ti-conderoga,
conderoga, Ti-conderoga, Curtis; Sugar Bush
Dana; Tim Trains His Terrier
Heal: Deer Mountain Hideaway
Lansing and Red; A Trailing
Scientist Claims '
BERKELEY, Calif. -(UP)
Discovery, of the anti-proton,
which has an electrical charge op opposite
posite opposite to that of the basic atomic
particle, the proton, makes twssi twssi-ble
ble twssi-ble tbe : existence of an "anti-
world;'' according to a University;
01 California scientist here.
Dr. Clyde Wiegand of the' unl
versity's radiation laboratory andl
a man wno recently neiped dis discover
cover discover the new particle speculated
recently on a subject that has
given fiction science writers the
basis for plots for years. He said
the recent discovery has given the
scientists "food for thought."
The existence of galaxies of an
ttmatter is only speculaUve, he,
said, but its chief appeal lies in,
the fact that nature has a tend
ency to produce symmetry. Yet,
tnere is no occasion for alarm.
If masses of matter and anti antimatter
matter antimatter came together, he said,
there would be large-scale release
of energy, but it probably would
be spread over a wide area .
and be so unspectacular as to
pass unnoticed by astronomers,
NO PC EWE ES
VALPARAISO. Ind. (UP) -!
Some thoughtless adults decided
to call a league of young players
in the first four grades of elemen
tary schools here the Valparaiso
Parks Peewee Softball League.
But the youngsters objected to be
ing called Peewees. so tbeyliro of Checker said he receives
changed the name to the Grade
FOR RENT PERSONALS
a Apartments ; wanted to contact.
irriuTinu r i Panamanian student from either
ATTENTION I.! Just bu.lt ; Colon or P,,, City wha at- ?
snader. furnished apartment. I. UnM UCLA rt
2 bedrooms, hot. cold a t a t, 3J2 Albrook AF8.
Phona Pananra 3-4941. -,
cna cijt t-j- Sermon Topic Tonight. 7 o'clock
L J HT.: ; e? rt; "Th T"' Lord.-
ment an RKtrde Anas Street. CHURCH OF CHRIST, 0851
rht'rt.; m- e
.Phone 3-6,46 or 2-234, FOR RENT
FOR RENTs Apartment 2 bed- ,.'
rooms, dining room, sitting room, rtf !Cel1aneOIIS
maid t room with bath large FOR RENT: Space appropriate
kitchen, large bathroom, hot wa- for oH j b J 'JT.
ter, apartment welfreened 25 m' 3 Can":.
tlT-eSTd 2"- i8' Av-" Argentina, new
u 1 9 V- ,,0"'"" bMi,di"' f 'Monterrey."
large closes garag. house num- Se. D, C,ro, Avenue "B"Ho:
iUMb'. A; Morales Avfc 247 Phona 2-1616.
in El Cangreio," corner house.
Phene Panama 3-0579..; IN THE DOUGH
cod ockiTi r TT- 7 CHARLESTON, W.Va. (UP)
.liTmn,At- A -W-wh broke into aTeaUng
on.Td w. ZVoLr iMishmeBt here recenUy kne4
on, and twa bedrooms. Call 2- the exact locition oi thft
, avioj. ,- .. .M.--V. .. he S0Ught From the bottom of a
FOR RENT: Modern one-bed- machine marked 'doughnuts" hc
room apartment Stove, hot wa- tout-, an estimated $205. J
ter, refrigerator, air-conditioned.
Campo Alegre. Phone after 6
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, two bedrooms,
garage, air-conditioned, phone,
television set, etc. $300. Call 3 3-2171
2171 3-2171 Panama.
. FOR" RENT: Apartment, mod modern
ern modern building: 2 bedrooms, maid's
room, 2 baths, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, perch, garage,
$110, at El Cangreio, "G" St.,
"Caracas" Building: See De Cas Castro,
tro, Castro, Avenue "B" No.' 24. Phona
FOR RENT: Apartment 2 bed bed-rooms,
rooms, bed-rooms, maid's room, 2 baths,
parlor-dining room, kitchen,
porch, garage, $100. "Anayan "Anayan-ti,"
ti," "Anayan-ti," Bella Vista, N. Obarrio St.
No. 23, near "El Baturre." Sea
De Castro, Avenue "B" Na. 24.
Phene 2-1616. .
FOR RENT. Apartment in Rio
Abaje, $30. Phona 1-4250.
FOR RENT: Small, nicely fur fur-:
: fur-: nished apartment or room. Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful residential taction. 43rd
; Street Ne. 13.
;I0R RENT.--t. Apartments, $40
' and $25. Jose Agustin Arango
Street 50 10-A. Inquire same
address. Apt. 12 ar 7th Street
3, Parque Lefevre. 1 .
FOR RENT: Concrete apart-''
ment, furnished, $50. North A A-merican
merican A-merican neighbors, regular
transportation. Phona 3-0471.
Listed For Sunday )
At Balboa JWB ( ?
The monthly Variety" Night, to
ter, promises to be another out
standing evenine of entertainment
Receiving the spot of honor will
be th "Junsleairen." nnniilar C.u.
nal Zone barber ship quartet, who
wiu uo maiung uieir lasi appear appearance
ance appearance on the Isthmus.
The quartet, which has won top
honors in the Canal Zone chapter
of SPEBSQSA two years in suc succession
cession succession and which represented the
Canal Zone chapter in the Dixie
district contest held in May in
Asheville, N.C. is disbanding due
to the ultimate transfer of three of
its members. Composed of bari baritone
tone baritone Maj. Gerald Hoyter, lead S S-Sgt.
Sgt. S-Sgt. John Williamson, bass A-1C
Maurice Alfred, and tenor Paul F.
Helton, the foursome has donated
freely and frequently of its time
to hospitals, fraternal and civic
organizations and the USOs.
The program, which begins at
8 p.m. is well-balanced.' Miss Ka Karen
ren Karen Magnuson of Balboa, will
dance the solo of Swan Oueen
from Tchaikovsky's "Swan Lake"
and the Gopak, a dance similar to
the Russian polka.
M-Sgt. Juan M. Soto of Fort
Clayton, who won first place in the
all-Army singing contest, will
render some popular songs. ac
companied by Hugh Adams,
the accompanist for the La Boca
Alumni uiee Club.
SP3 Carl LaBoda of Fort day day-ton
ton day-ton will play accordion selections.
Informal dancing will follow the
evening's entertainment which is
ipresemeu as a service 10 me serv-
icemen and to the residents of the
Canal Zone anC the Republic of
Chicago Cab Firm
Men For Summer
CHICAGO (UP) -Two. cab
companies announced (hey will
hire about 600 college men fpr
summer employment as Chicago
The Yellow and Checker cab
companies said the cabbies must
work at least nine hours a dav
Jand can earn from $75 to $100 a
weeK, depending on the hours
they work. .
Personnel manager Mike Snap-
applications from students as far
way as the Universitis of Cali
iPi 'ifi 'f-'i Zl
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MASS BUEIAL TOR PI ANEJ CRASH VICTIMS Casket4 containing the remains df BT of tha
70 persons whs died aboard a TWA plane when It apparent: collided with United Air
Lines DC-7 over Grand Canyon are lined up In the Grand Canyon Memorial Plot at Flagstaff,
AMi., as a mass funeral service is held. .Funeral-arrangements for; the 58; persons killed
aboard the DC-7 are pending. ' '"
IT TAKES PULL TO Wllv-Mn. Milton L. Stevens trier a rass-ots angle as she gets into
position for the milk ing contest at the Kansas Spring Dairy show at Hutchinson. Mrs. Stevens,
representing Phi Beta Psi sorority, was declared the winner over six male rivals when th
judges declared that the "men contestants were too experienced." w ;
Doomed In Boston
1 BOSTON (UP) Historic
Boston is losing another landmark
the birthplace of former
Supreme Court Justice Oliver
Wendell Holmes. -
On March 9, 1841, Holmes' fa fa-ther.s
ther.s fa-ther.s the famed poet-essayist,
proudly wrote:- '.
"Last evening there appreared
at No. 8 Montgomery Place a little
individual who may hereafter be
addressed as Holmes Esq., or The
Honorable Holmes. Member of
Congress; or His Excellency Hoi-:
mes, President, but who for the
present is content with 'scratch-:
intf tiie Ibm nr1 cfirlrintf fiis ripht
The little individual grew up to
become the great Jurist.
Today the building at 8 Bos-
worth street m downtown Boston,!
formerly 8 Montgomery flace,
faces demolition to make way for
a garage. - v ; 1
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company insists that the student
cabbie De tamuiar wiin 1 as
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DOWN THREE DARK
T I V 0 LI
REAP THE WELD WIND
with John Wayne
with Sterllilg Haydea
With ; :
Jean BARRY and Barbara HALE
THRU THE IRONING HOUR!
Teny CURTIS Pat CROWLEY, la
AMOR DE LEJOS
El Secrete de Mi Mujer
Show: TITO A VILA
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A great release full of terror!
Joff Morrow Rex Reason, Lcgh Snowden
THE CREATURE WALKS AMONG US
LET'S GO NAVY
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THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1938
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IT LOOKS PRETTY COOD"-C. H. Dent, who larma 187
acres j. west or Salina, Kan expresses the guarded optimism
of the nation's wheat fanners as the great seasonal grain har
" vest begins to sweep across the land. "I
MQYIB IV RADIO
by Enkln Johnson
840 kcs., Panama City
: Tetephon 2-3066 x
Today, Thursday, July IS
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re
quests taken by phone
5:35-What's Your T 0 1 1 1
R-nft To bn announced
:15-BLUB RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Here's To Veterans
6:45 Cooperative Hour
7:00 Goon Show
7:30 VOA Report From VS.
8:00 Elizabethan Theater v
8:30 Take It From Here
9:00 You Asked For It (re
quests taken by phone
10:30 Music From Hotel El pan'
; ama .(..-
10 :4S Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Concert Under. The Stars
HOLLYWOOD (-NEAV- Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood on TV: I haven't started a
book titled "I Remember Movies"
because after writing ,a consec;
I BELlEVb; '.
There will be an affiliation of
existing T? networks with Holly-
..tiv. Hollvwood columns I'm not wood mm stucuos. n average w
. hit omrri-rf ahout Holly wood's, about -52 hig movies a-yearx-
future-or,tha,iuture ..mavw, clusively for theaters,
MGM's all-out entry into ineuv
film business is being
as maKing "television s
of Hollywood almost complete.
But I believe -Hollywood s con
quest of television
troversiai movies, laDeiea oy law,
"For Adults. Only.", Theaters de
voted exclusively to variety pro
grams of telefilms for people who
missed them on home screens.
Rapost showings of tolafilms m
is iust begin movio thtattrt as th "short tub
lloets. accampanyina big feature
There's & song about "anytning. films.
vnu can do. I can do better." k Birth
Evervrninn wiovtswn n
of new stars in telefilms
do, j and even bigger stardom for them
Hollywood can do hotter. With the, in theater movies. And:
exception, of course, of spot nows
and sports eovoeaflo.
Television puKa MOVIE screen
' Jn the home of everyone;
Dubbing of Hollywood telefilms
for TV ana theater releases in iqr
iiffn rnuntries. '.
Affiliation of a l v networx wun
Hollywood's future is filling that a Hollywood film studio already
terpen with entertainment.- pail has started, according to. a. turn
for by commercial sponsors, plus trade paper, The Hollywood Re Re-fininff
fininff Re-fininff theater screens with bigger norter. A news story to the Re-
mnA hffttpr and more adult enter-: norter savs:
tainment. : ? i "The American Broadcasting
A Hailvwood t'sDokesman" has Co.. which now has some 30 TV
hn ounted as savinf: 'shows being filmed on some half-
, "Television is the biggest thinj dozen lots, may consolidate all
tn hit Hollywood since talking pic-1 this activity at the Warners Stu
nr The situation is : chang-! din. where considerable snace is
inp faster than odds in a crap i available. Discussions toward this
game. I doubt if anyone can pre-; end are understood to be under
dipt the eventual outcome.
Will, I'm willing to stick out my
neck in predicting that "eventual
- outcome." I may bo wrong but I
i believe that Hollywood la
for its biggest boom in
with the filming of f5 per cent of
ell TV shows and commercials.
Commercials en film that enter
tain instaerf of irritate.
Today's top-rated live variety
and comedv programs are no bet
ter than vaudeville shows of the
early 20'a and 30's. Hollywood
movies killed vaudeville. Holly Hollywood's
wood's Hollywood's telefilms of the late 50 s
and 60's. I believe, will kill tele television's
vision's television's life shows of today.
I believe there will be a new
coast-to-coast film network, may
ha mora than one. possibly on a
pay-as-yon-eee basis. ;
way and call tor expansion oi
Warners TV activity in association
with ABC -'
NBC-TV. I believe, will affiliate
head I with Paramount and CBS-TV with
history f 20th Century-Fox. MGM will
spearhead a film .network of its
own, in association with other film
studios. Loew's Inc., already has
been offered part ownership in
several TV stations in return for
programming from the MGM film
library. The TV division of MGM
is closely considering such offers,
but will make no move, it is saia.
until the entire future picture is
Today Hollywood Is filled with
empty movie sound stages. Tele
film production is destined to fill
them end bettor feature movies
will fill theaters.
JACQ3T CM ttizrt
Bv OSWALD JAC0BY
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Opening lead J
Red Mig In Clash
TAIPEI. Formosa. July 12 mp
Chinese Commuaist M1G17 jet
uii:ier was aamagea yesterday in
a lO-minute dogfight with Nation Nationalist
alist Nationalist Thunderiets off the C b i n a
mainland, the Nationalist air force
A communique said three Na Na-onalist
onalist Na-onalist lets clashed withvaipht
Red MIGs in the dorfieht between
the outpost Island of Matsu and
Shuang Feng Island.
It said the MIGs jumped t h e
Na Jonalist fighters while they
were out patrolling.
. ine communique said a gun
camera proved one of the MIG's
wis damaged. All the Nationalist
planes returned safely to base, it
Tomorrow, Friday, July 13
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken
" by phone till 7:00)
7-aflMornlnr Salon Concert
8:15 Church In The Wlldwood
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News v
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 As I See It.
10:00 JENNIFER'S JOU RN AL
(Cutex and Odorono)
10:05 Spins and Needles (re
quests taken by
. phone uu 8:30)
11:05 Spins And Nee dill
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:30-Sweet And Hot
cICOO NeW 'y
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Ploneerg
1:45 Songs of France
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 The Virginians
3:00-Hank Snow And fill
; Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show.
3:30 Music Fpr Friday v,
4:00 Feature Review
4:30-Whafa Your Favorite (re-
-' quests taken by phone
till IW) : : ). t
5:30 News i
5:35 What's Your F T 0 r I t
6:00 To be announced v
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer) ..
6:30 Your Dancing Party
6:45 MELCHRINO MUSI
, cale (Nescafe)
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report From U.S.
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Short Story Theater-
9:00 You Asked For It (re-
quests taken by phone
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
ll:00-Jazx Till Midnight
You must time plays correctly
to make four spades in today's
hand. No single plsy is difficult,
but you must put them together
in the rieht order.
Any hoe of play will work if
the missing trumps split 3-2, and
probably no line of play will work
u west nas tour trumps neaoea
by three honors. The only bad
break to guard against is the 4-1
break with the length in the East
To begin with, you must win
the first trick in your own hand
rather than in the dummy. After
taking the queen of hearts, you
lead a club to dummy's ace. Then
you can afford to start the
East plays a low trump, and
you put up the queen from your
hand, holding the trick. The nett
step is to cash the king of clubs
and ruff a club in dummy. Now
you can lead another trump to
wards your hand.
East must step up with the king
of spades., His best defense is to
lead a diamond, and you win with
the tee. Only now Is it correct to
win in dummy with the ace of
hearts In order to lead trumps
for the third tin' towards
hand."" -' i i
East steps tip with the ace of
snades. but now he must lead
heart to your king. This permits
you to draw tne last trump ano
ph tha kins of diamonds.
Notice what hanoens if you win
the first trick, in dummy with the
. nf hearts in order to lead
tmmn at once. East lets you win
the first trumo. and you get to
diintmv with ace of clubs to lead
another trump, tasi now leaas
out three rounds of trumps, pre pre-vantinc
vantinc pre-vantinc you from ruffing a club.
Nor can you run a ciuo ueiore
leading a second trump, for East
ican mane sure oi wre iruwy
tricks by careful oeiense,
rpSO LIBYA -A EGYPT "TVaT"
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QUAKE KILLS 59 Newsmap locates the Island of Thira off
southern Greece where an earthquake and the eruption of
long-dormant Mount Ellas claimed at least 50 lives. The quake
and eruption sent a vast tidal wave across the Aegean Sea
from Greece to Turkey and smeshed ecores of buildings and
fishing boats. Vast damage was reported on the island of Ios,
; 15 miles to the north of Thira. ;
On Strike Lockout
(n San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO, July 12 (UP)
Union gravedfggers vote today
on a new contract that would end
a 64-day strike-lockout which has
prevented burial of 976 bodies.
' Burial of 890 bodies in San Fran
cisco and 86 in neighboring San
Mateo County will begin tomorrow
if the 180 gravediggers accept the
settlement, it win taite at least i
month to complete the burials..
Belly Gzrrcll Gsls
In DrsniEilc Role :
Betty Garrett, heretofore as
soclated exclusively with song
an a dance roles on state, and
screen, will Play ner ursi ainufjm
oramauc par uiuuun
"The Missing Witness," picturl-
Mtion of the cosmopolitan Mag
azine thrUler by John ana waro
Hawkins, which Jonle Taps wiu
produce, with William Asher dl
Betty, whose portrayal oi wt
elder sister in Columbia's My
sister Eileen was haued as one
nf the hrivhtest BDOtS in last
year's screen musicals, will be
seen in The Missing Witness"
as a divorcee, whose eight-year
old son la nluneed into sneecn
less. 1 memory-less shock when
he sees her eantured by hood'
luma who threaten to murder
The boy Is found wandering m
1 daze and brought to hia father
a police sergeant, who thee
I tries to reconstruct what hsi
Terms of the three-year eon
ill .ui Um ..ntil
i j - nanrjenea.
tritki the screenplay, which
Colma, where tne cemeteries are
Cemetery operators and work workers,
ers, workers, under heavy pressure from
Mayor George Christopher, reach
ed agreement yesterday. Formr
Mayor Elmer E. Robinson; Presi President
dent President of V.'oodlawn Cemetery, also
played a part in the final nego
(will go before the cameras thu
Have Another Drink
And Help The Aged
PARIS, July 12 (UP) -,'A new
alcohol tax designed to help fi finance
nance finance Increased old age pensions
gave inspiration yesterday to Pa Parisian
risian Parisian bistro owners and barflies
Bar proprietors, In the face of
a government sntl alcoholism
campaign, tacked up signs read
ing: "Help the aged. Drink up
and have another!'
BY ftE7 TRE ATf.'.ItlT
Tour tkia mi minioni oi porf
arhr t '" 'tn-tWO
itcmlnf. ontcklns, acictn. aaln, paU
Inf. acnt. pBoriftftia, oipcKnnaus. ruis ruis-worm,
worm, ruis-worm, te. Ordinary mllclnei onl
iv a momentary reun imcbdh
on't kill tha ral eauaa of akla tron-
klva, tha srmi. Nixadarm, tha nw
aitcovary, kill (arms quickly and
mka your m aoii, ini""i"
and attrarttva In a vary ahort time.
Got Nlxadarm fronv your drusalp',
and S't rid ot tn rait cauaa ot oil
(famsAty PhilippJm Rattan Jwiniiiite)
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Of Warner Bros.
NEW YORK, July 12 (UP) -Sale
of a major portion of stock
held by Harry M. Warner and Al Albert
bert Albert Warner in Warner Bros. Pic Pictures,
tures, Pictures, Inc., was announced yesetr yesetr-dav.
dav. yesetr-dav. i
The stock was purchased by a
group of investors headed by
Serge Semenenko. senior vice
president and a director of the
First National Bank of Boston.
Harry M. Warner will be suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded as president of the compa company
ny company by Jack L. Warner, formerly
Vice President in charge of pro production.
duction. production. Jack L. Warner retains
substantial holdings In the compa company
ny company which he and his brothers
founded. ; '" ' 1
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i f eran character actor Vasily Merkurev take part in a scene from a Russian film in. J t f T :V v
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UFT UP YOUR GIASS-BOAT-Mrs. L. Nadler carries what is called r 2 :! KUrJ ,nZ hihlv contaminate ,one ' t
f 1 V a "Pram dlnghy" f,tted with padded harness-on h bacV04th v .t'plutonium plant operated by General, Elecfric at Richland,
, V I.--n V dge of the Thames for a demonstration run Designed in Britain. Wash.' Mask, ad other gear keep out radioactive dust and acid. V
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f station Kx W in Uieveianu, uctaua: ii o TK
Se head man right down the line, everyone is wear.ng shorts th.s sumrner The
me neaa hw ut,'" 4: :c div M nvpr men (bottom).1
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x is one of the most moving documents in man nisiory m iwooeotwj w ; Tooe
ways. First, of course, it is lymbolic of the spirit of independence attacked, .Washington in 1814, f'".
that guided the founding fathers. Secondly, it is a much traveled burg, Va. Between 1921 and 19521 hwi displayed at Wbrry of
historical document. Thomas Jefferson wrote it and the Continental Cc-llor
Congress made some revisions, ine aocumem iraveiea oacit n
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Original parchment of the Declaration of Independence Is in National Archives.
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THURSDAY, JttT 12, 19S
TBI PANAMA AMERICAS' AN INDEPENDENT EA!LY NEWSPAPER
So'c iat a n d Oti
Dulles Challenges Soviets To Prove.
Sincerity Of Attacks On Stalinism
St. Luke's Cathedral
luc iuoiim(c v Unas vuuwajr
Maphis, daughter of Mrs'. Sam W.
Mr. Maphis, to David Walker Plu Plu-mer,
mer, Plu-mer, son of Mr. and Mrs. James
Marshall Plumer of Ann Arbor,
Michigan, was solemnized the
nnrninff nf Jlllv the 7th at St
Luke's Cathedral, Ancen.
Dean Mamert J. Peterson of the
Cathedral officiated at the ceremo
ny, which was followed by a nup nuptial
tial nuptial Mass .: r
The bride, who was given in
marriage by Mr. Ivan D. Killiard,
an old friend of the family, wore
a princess style dress, ballerina
length of. embroidered nylon and
- lace with' matching mitts, with a
finger-tip veil of nylon illusion.
Her bouquet, was of white garde-
' nias.4 -'.'; ;'-:': '; "i
Miss Sara Watkins, the maid of
honor, wore a princess dress of
powder blue linen with inserts -of
blue lace and carried a bouquet of
The best man for the bride
groom was Mr. Gregory P. Cha
cos; ushers, George C Patterson
and G. Wallace Hallo well; server
Edward Metz i
Immediately following the wed-
aing, a reception was neia in tne
Fern Room of the Tivoli Guest
House. Miss Catherine Cross was
in charge of the guest book.
After a short wedding trip to
Santa Clara, the young couple will
be at home at 0775-L Williamson
Place, Balboa," until September
wnen tney will leave the Isthmus
to make their home in the Unit United
ed United States. ;
Mr. And Mrs. Colesan
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Coleson have
moved from Diablo to 857 Orlan Orlando
do Orlando Place, Balboa.
If you ire Invited to a house-!
warming, wait to be shown
through the house. C u c i te
shouldn't feel free to wander on
their own from basement to
bedroom. If the host or hostess
offers to snow you arouna, line
If not," act like a guest and
atay in the Irvine; room, v
Leaves targe Sum
ly $100,000 as scholarship fund
for children of the Brotherhood of
Locomotive Engineers, it was re revealed
vealed revealed yesterday; Guy L. Brown,
grand chief of the engineers u u-nion,
nion, u-nion, said the money was left by
Frank P. Greene, 86, Escanaba,
Mich., who died July 6.
SPEBSQSA Will Fata
The Canal Zone Chapter of the
Soviety for the Preservation and
Encouragement of the Barber
Shop Quartet Singing in America
wut pay tribute to men wives
tonight by given a Ladies Night
show at the Driftwood Lounge in
Albrook Officers' Club.
The "Jungelaires,".''.'Pan Can
Alley Fourv and a new, but as
yet un named foursome will sing
appropriate numbers throughout
the evening." -: .' ' v
A buffet supper will be served.
Return From Scout Camp
In Michigan :' '';
. The misses-Kathleen Cox, Clau Claudia
dia Claudia Davis, and Martha. Johnson ar arrived
rived arrived by plane 'early .Wednesday
morning, following two action action-packed
packed action-packed weeks with (,000 other girls
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ZONE CHILDREN LEARN ARCHERY One of the most popular sports being developed during .this year's summer recrea recreation
tion recreation program is archery. Here, in Balboa, the children draw their bows under the supervision of Mrs. Lee Karlger.
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As Top Official
Of Mystic Shrine
DETROIT, July 12 (CP)fleT-
aid Crarv. a member: or; tne
world's smallest temple, was in installed
stalled installed yesterday as the highest of-
firirpr in the Ancient Arabic Or-
at the Senior Girl Scout Roundup der of the Nobles of the Mystic
annne. : ... v T--y ;
The 64-yeiir-old Crary, who .be .belongs
longs .belongs to the Naja Temple of Dead Dead-wood,
wood, Dead-wood, S. D.. succeeded Walter C.
Guy of LiUle Rock,-Ark,- as the
new imperial- potentate,
. Installation ceremonies held in
conjunction with the 82nd annual
Shrine convention included a pag
eant depicting Crarys ufe. Other
members-of the Naja Temple por portrayed
trayed portrayed their : leader's arrival in
Deadwood by stagecoach in 4899
when he was seven years old.
Crary, in his acceptance speech,
urged the various temples not to
"scatter your shots" m fund-rats-
Senate Votes Itself Right To Get
Fill-in On International Pacts
near Minora, Miciugan. "t
The girls gave this brief but en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic .report of their experi experi-ences
ences experi-ences (. i '''J '? T' v t
"It "was wonderful!" We. met
girls from all over the United
States and outlying territories!"
"The food was delicious! "It was
cold at night and we almost
froze!" "We had our picture tak taken
en taken hundreds of times, were in the
movies and everything!'' ;
All girls agreed they ''wouldn't
have missed it for the world!" j
0: FREEDOM TOO MUCH j
i SALT LAKE CITY --(UP)-- The
excitement of new-found freedom
proved fatal ; for a cougar, here
uiler he escaped from Hogle Zoo.
The animal escaped through an
unlocked gate. Officials recap recaptured
tured recaptured him after a four-hour searcn
but the cougar dropped dead from
heart failure before he could be
returned to his cage.
WASHINGTON, July 12 (UP)
The Senate, in an echo of the la
the mous. Bncker amendment fight,
voted yesterday to require the exe
cutive department to tive the senate-a
fill-in on Intenationai'-agree-
ments. ''-'..;"''''".'' ;..-
The Senate could not veto the
agreements. But the measure for
the first time would let the Sen Senate
ate Senate know what is in such agree
The legislation, which now goes
to the House, was introduced by
Senate Republican Leader William
F. Knowland to obtain some form
of Senate action this year on the
Bncker amendment issue. -:
The measure would not affect
treaties which require formal rat-;
i'icatien by the Senate. ExecW
five agreements, usually secrat,'
are pacts .entered Into by heads
of governments. Thera have bean
ing drives supporting Shrine-hos4 some charges presidents have
pitais across tne country.
"Be watchful., of any .extracurri .extracurricular
cular .extracurricular endeavors that might hurt
or detract from the major proj projects
ects projects that each temple sponsors an annually,"
nually," annually," 'he said.
Former Red Gathered Material
For Blacklist; Newsman Says
WASHINGTON, July 12 (UP)
A New York newsman testified
yesterday that a "very active''.for-
of New York, syndicated newspa newspaper
per newspaper columnist
O iveu, now puousner oi ine f
mer member of a Communist cion Magazuie. said the black-list
group help gather material for a report gave the false impression
report 04 the blacklisting of enter-. "that we are engaged in damning
tainers. . - individuals and then participating
Th testimonv was civen bvl He said the legion never tried
Frederick Woltman, staff writer to clear persons accused of Com
for tha Mpw Vnrk Worid-Teleeram munist links but has made "a ma
and Sun; in testimony before the jor contribution toward creatirw a
House Committee on tin-American' climate of employment tor tne in in-Activities.
Activities. in-Activities. ; 4 Mt ;i"!nocent, stupid and repentant guil-
The committee is investiKatma ty." - .
a studv. financed bv the Fund fori Sikolskv submitted statement
the Republic, indicating, that. a. denying the existence of, a "clear
now business blacklist ken soma'imr ring." However.1 he said i
MtertflinpM ausoected of havina orosram was established for the
mmunLstt, connections from Bet- 'rehabilitation" of actors who
tin tobt' : f : : were' Communists or. accased' of,
' x J ; "' nartv membershio. .".
-' Woltman said Elizabeth Poe. one, Committee Chan-man Francis E.
of the researchers hired for the Walter (D-Pa.), a frequent critic
study, was ery active in the of the Fund for the Republic, ex ex-communist
communist ex-communist iroun" in thewAmeri-l Dressed doubt that a show busi-
can Newspaper, Guild -when she
was a Time magazine, employe
some years, earlier.
Woltman and several other per persons
sons persons were named Tuesday 1 by
John Cogley, author of the report,
as having helped some blacklisted
actors get clearance for jobs.
Woltman d e n i e d he was
"clearance man for the enter entertainment
tainment entertainment industry. Similar1, deni denials
als denials were entered by James F. O O-Neil,
Neil, O-Neil, former American Legion
commander, and George Sokolsky
ness blacklist even exists. But Ar
nold Forster, general counsel for
the B'Nai B'Rith Anti-defamation
League, said jt was "a serious
problem." - J
. Forster said it was a "dreadful
thine" for entertainers to be
thrown out of work without giving
them a chance to make a defense
them a chance to make a defense
against Communist charges. ; He
praised the report for bringing
the blacklist problem to public at
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SIZZLIN'" SANTA It you're
. accustomed to a cool Yule, the
searing summer days are no
time for Christmas festivities,
But, despite mid -80- degree
temperatures, Chicago busi-'
nessmen hold a merchandising
"preview of decorations. :,
used executive agreements as a
substitute for treaties.
The Senate "Judiciary Commit
tee earlier this year approved a
rev'sed version of the Bricker a-
mendment to limit the impact of
treaties and international agree,
rnents as domestic law.
Tie administration has taken no
stand on the. new version, howev
er, and Senate Democratic lead leaders
ers leaders have refused to call It up for
In contrast to- past drawn-out
debates on the Bricker amend
ment, the Senate approved the
Knowland proposal without obiec
tion after only about five minutes
Sen. John W. Bricker (R-Ohio)
who has led the fight for a con
stilutional amendment on the trea
tymaking powers, called the mea
sure "a step in the right direc
lion." ;. -v
-Bricker said however, that "The
problem will not be solved until
a constitutional amendment is pass
ed making it clear the Constitu
tion is supreme over any treaty
or international agreement."
The bill, would require the se secretary
cretary secretary of state to send the Senate
the text of any international agree
ment within 60 days after it has
been entered into with a foreign
The SenBte Foreign Relations
Committee, which: recommend recommended
ed recommended the measure, said it "will ne necessarily
cessarily necessarily produce, a salutary re
straining effect on the conclusion
of such agreements as may have
been, in the past, productive of cri criticism."
In Plan Formation
Of 'Third Force'
CAIRO,' Egypt, July' 12 (UPV-
Kgypt,- Yugoslavia and India plan
to set up a "third force", as a buf buffer
fer buffer between East and West at their
three-nation talks in Yugoslavia
next? week, an- Egyptian newspa
per reported looay. .,.
- The Egyptian Gazette said crea crea-tior
tior crea-tior of such a neutralist bloc was
the chief aim. of the talks, begin
ning Sunday, of Egyptian Presi President
dent President Gamaf Abdel Nasser, Yugo Yugoslav
slav Yugoslav Marshal Tito, and Indian
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru.
The, conference will be held on
Tito's .island vacation retreat of
Broni. .' ',' ilJ.'". v.
The newspaper 'said the third
force ''would take orders from no
one but would' arm itself to pro
tect Its independence."
In Belgrade, sources said' very
little- in the way of detailed de-
cisions is expected to result from
' The Yugoslav newspaper Poll-
tika denied that the three chiefs
of slate could properly be regarded
Belgrade observers were sken-
tical of the Cairo reports that the
three men planned to organize a
third force. ; ;
1 v' 1 1
t -I T i -i
Crew Of Sunken
RP Ship Aboard
WASHINGTON. July 12 (UP)
secretary of Mate John roster
Dulles challenged Soviet leaders
yesterday to prove the sincerity
of their attacks on Stalin's "evil"
by releasing the captive peoples of
eastern Europe. .
lie made the statement at a news
conference in commenting on a
rerolution passed last month by
the Central Committee of the So Soviet
viet Soviet Communist party The reso
lution explained domestic abuses
by the late Premier Josef Stalin
and measures taken to prevent
their recurrence. -' 1 1
Dulles noted that Stalin's poli.
cies of violence and terrorism af affected
fected affected other nations as well as
the Soviet Union. He said "whole
peoples" were brought into ''griev ''grievous
ous ''grievous captivity" by the Soviet dicta dictator.;..;.
tor.;..;. dictator.;..;. V,:: 1
."Theyi too, are entitled to be
adored that the evil done in Sta Staling
ling Staling name will be undone, and
that such policies will not recur,"
he said. : '
Urging independence for the sat satellite
ellite satellite countries, Dulles said the
whole world is waiting to see
"what will actually come of the
present developments" in Russia.
"If they dependably alter the
domestic and foreign policies and
practices of the Soviet state, it
would beneficially transform the.
world scene," he said, "We hope hopefully
fully hopefully await the coming of that
Ho said the rele of the United
States in this period is to show
the world the advantages of demo-:
cracy through conduct and exam
ple without getting involved'in the
internal affairs of other countries.
He added in reply to a question
that he saw no inconsistency be between
tween between this policy and his call for
freedom for the Soviet satellites.
In other news conference high high-.lights,
.lights, high-.lights, Dulles: ,-
Said he sees less fear of war at
present than in recent times. 4 -.
Agreed with Vice President Rich Richard
ard Richard M. Nixon tnat any country
accepting Communist aid is tak taking,
ing, taking, a risk. Nixon, who is touring
the Far East, had directed such
a warning to neutrals.
Voiced concern over Conefts-
stonal cuts in foreign aid. He said
1 1 .. T T O ;j
a orasuc reoucuon in v.- o.-- aiu
could have a disastrous effect in
such countries as Korea, Formosa
and Vietnam. ;
Rheumatic Ills r
Outrank Other v.
NEW YORK: Julv 12 (UP) t-
Tiie Metropolitan Life Insurance
Co. reported yesterday that the
chronic rheumatic diseases 6 ft'
ranK every other chronic disease
in frequency, affecting more tha a
10 million adults in the u.-S,
An estimated one million per
sons are disabled each year for
as long as a week while 20,000
others .. are virtually invalids, tha
company's statisticians said.
HALIFAX, N.S., July 12 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Italian freighter Dea Mazze Mazze-lia
lia Mazze-lia limped toward Halifax today
with her normal complement swell swelled
ed swelled by the crew of the sunken Pa,
namanian cargo ship Estoril.
le two snips collided .yesterday;
in thick fog some 450 miles east
of Boston. J
The iron-ore laden Estoril sank
about three hours after the -colli-1
sion. Her 33-man Greek crew took;
to the boats and were picked up
by the Dea Mazzella.
Last night the 7,000 ton Italian
vessel was reported making six!
Knots toward port. The extent of!
aamage sne suffered in the colli collision
sion collision was not immediately known.
The Estorial was bound for Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore at the time of the mishap.
The Dea Mazzella was en route
from Boston to Europe with a car cargo
go cargo of grain.
U.S. Coast Guard ships and
planes sped to the scene of the mis-
nop auer tne cstoru radioed a
However, the Dea Mazzel Mazzel-la's
la's Mazzel-la's master reported the crew of
the sunken ship had been saved
and that his vessel was steaming
to port under her own power.
It was the second time in less
than a year that the Dea Mazzel Mazzella
la Mazzella nad been forced into Halifx by
Last November a fire broke out
in a coal cargo in number 2 hold 1
while the ship was off the south 1
coast of Newfoundland. She made
Halifax under her own power and
two of the ship's crew were sent
u hospital for treatment of burns
suffered in the blaze.
NOW IT CAN BE TOLLED
The latest advance in automa automation
tion automation is an automatic toll-taking
machine on Kansas City's new
Pasco Toll Bridge. It takes the
place of three men over a 24 24-hour
hour 24-hour period and eases the strain
on both toll takers and mo motorists..
torists.. motorists.. After the correct toll
is deposited, a tape-recorded
voice thanks be driver.
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TONIGHT I 'v : kV'aiv r-
6:15 ft 8:50
Linda Darnell St Gary Merrill k
"NIGHT WITHOUT SLEEP"""'?
6:15 ti 7:55
Friday "SEVEN CITIES OF COLD" 1
GAT UN Glenn Ford Nina Foch
Friday Susan Hayward in "I'LL CRY TOMORROW
MARGARITA B"bara Stanwyck & Barry Sullivan j
6:157:45 J E O .P A R D Y
CRISTOBAL ll0VMdi Kel1 Ann Blyth Dolores Gray;
t., i. ..u VicDamome-
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PARAISO John Wayne in "SANDS OF JWO J1MA" ;
SANTA CRUZ "Cyrano de Berferao',,' "Chicago Calling",
CAMP BIERD "Man Who Cheated Himself fc "Panic
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TOT PANAMA AMERICAS AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MM ional t eague's .Gup Of Joy
Yearns -Resume Battle
pFor 1st Place In Wide
Open Race For Pennant
' By CARL LUNDQUIST
NEW YORK, July. 12 (UP) The National
League's cup of joy still was overflowing; today.
Last year after the All-Star Game, the happi happiness
ness happiness over a National league victory was tempered
over the fact that there was no pennant race left.
tndav.vas teams resume
Jtiill scale action In both leagues,
jSe last place New YoYk Giants
Sre just 12 games, behind tbe
-s-- Cincinnati Redlegs l
P:?.0?,,0 Jl n!stji.
Be'ak to 1955? Nookn was a
ftm in &ont of seconi
$W MUwaukee ?nd the rest tt
"ace MUwauKee ana w
SV do'wTa' 30-same mar-
gVehindior the iast place p-
S t. Braves still are in
W,m,H ninnc. hut that's a situa
tion which could change almost
fivernlght, because wey wc u u-Liu.
Liu. u-Liu. iimi hehlnd. Moreover
tH nndirers. two earnes behind
ia third place have shown signs
pier may be ready to push out
94 tun prewuucrs v.
ibe odds-makers are con convinced
vinced convinced the Dodgers will do it,
-foe; for they Installed them
s favorites for the stretch run
t 8-5 as against s price of 2
Hi to 1 for both the Redlegs
-nd Braves. The fourth place
I Cardinals bow are so lightly
regarded they are 20-1 while
the second division teams,
Pittsburgh, Chicago, Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, and New York were
lumved at 25-UU :.ev
In the American-League, un
less Injuries to Mickey Mantie
and Yogi Berra cut down the
? tower of the Yankee Bombers, it
notes like another runaway. The
Yankees were 6& games in front
of both the second piace wnue
Km and third nlace Indians.
And they're home for a long
stand, opening a three-game set
With the Indians today.
The mice on the Yankees
tight now is a prohibitive 5-7
and the Indians and White Sox
are at 8-1. -.-Jrf '.'
Brooklyn. 0Bdnm"UD its third
Western road trip of the year
ttv rfov.nltrht. rinnhleheader
at Milwaukee, learned it would
" V 1 UWJ "
have to do without its hard-hitting
third baseman, Randy
Jackson, for At least a week.
Jackson suffered such a severe severe-.
. severe-. y lacerated left thumb from i
broken shower handle In hi!
home in Brooklyn. It required
three stitches and they can't be
removed for several days.
Manager Walter Alston, dis dismayed
mayed dismayed because Jackson has
been performing well lately,
said he would, move Jackie
Robinson from second to third
Today Encanto .25 .75
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Johnht Sheffield, In
XORD. Or THE JUNGLE"
Jorfoy IDEAL .20 .70
" "MRS. OTWALLEY AND
' r MR. MALONEY"
t Esther Williams, in
"EASY TO LOVE"
26 modern "Santa" ships uniting the
. Americas witn fast and frequent
Weekly service from new york
to west coast of south america
8.S. "SANTA MARGARITA', .Due Cristobal, C. July 18
S.S. "SANTA BARBARA" ....Due Cristobal, C. Z., July 25
WEEKLY SERVICE FROM THE
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
8.S. "SANTA ISABEL ....Sails Cristobal, C. 7 July 17
S.S. "SANTA LUISA" :.....SaiU Cristobal, C. July 24
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. BALBOA ONLY 1
MANAMA AGENCIES CO
CRISTOBAL! 2131 2135
and pot Junior Gilliam r at
second. c:-. ,.-r i
Cincinnati will try to hold on
to its lead against the Phillies
wnigni wniie me uianw we t
St. Louis and Pittsburgh Is at
Chicago to an afternoon double-
header in the National. : v
In addition to the Cleveland
yorfc afternoon Jn
the. African,; Chicago is at
e we l.akee
rained out like Its predecessor,
In The Majors
LEADING BATTERS t
(Based on 175 offlo'al at bats)
Player and Clab r ik r k pet
Bailey, Cincl, 58 182 30 61 .335
Boyer. St L. 76 305 57 99 .325
Robinson, Cln. 74 259 58 81 .31!
Aaron, Mil. 69 265 43 82 .309
Moon, St. L. 72 256 44 79 .309
Mantle, N. Y. 74 275 70 102 .371
Maxwell, Det 67 219 49 79 .361
Kuenn, Det. 58 257 38 91 .354
Vernon. Bos. 58 207 31-67 .324
Kell, Balti. 59 204 23 66 .324
Mantle,! Yanks .A....... 29
Kluszewskl, Redlegs 22
Banks, Cubs 21
Boyer, Cards 20
Snider, Dodgers ... 19
Wertz, Indians 19
RUNS BATTED IN
(Based on 8
Pierce, White Sox
Brewer, Red Sox
Kucks, Yanks ....
AMERICA A U. S. PACIFIC
Sails Cristobal, C. Z July 14
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Nashua In Fast
Workout For Big
NEW YORK, July 12 (CP)
The nvlllonaire v thorougb thorougb-bred
bred thorougb-bred "Nashua" wor k e d
out yesterday in New York and
will gallop tomorrow at Mon Monmouth
mouth Monmouth Park.
Nashua is preparing for the
$100,000 Monmouth Handicap
on Saturday. He is top-weighted
at 129 pounds, and trainer
Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons said
he will wear blinkers again.'.
Nashua ran at Aqueduct yes yesterday
terday yesterday morn.:ng and worked
six furlongs in one-minute and
12-seconds flat. He galloped
out seven furlongs in one-25.
Tomorrow, he will get ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with the Monmouth
Track by galloping around it
between the third and. fourth
By BILLY JOE PATTON
Written without remuneration
I or NE A Service 1
WHEN a Ume-off from-the-i o b
golfr gets into trouble, he looks
over tbe situation and then figur
es out just what Sam Snead. for
example, would do in a similar
Billy Joe Patton
Than luh aiana In ftnit fri fn
Inlav it lust like a nrofessional. If
A lit... 1 1 V UlV" w X. w. auw u
he is in a trap, he wants to come
right out and give the pin a scare.
In deep rough, he wants to get
even" by playing it like the pros.
This is the last thing he should
do. The cardinal rule for a duffer
in trouble is to get out of it. For
not what ntivhnHv bIka ran rin
Just maka sure that vour ball is
out of the trap or rough.
1nr tplpnhnnp number scores
horni run nn hv oolfor trv.
in8 to make the green from a trap
than for anv outer reason.
NEXT; Bob Toski on Instruction.
Satchel Paige Still
Has lol Of Rubber
Left In Right Aim
NEW YORK, July 12 (UP)-
There's still a lot of rubber left
in ancient satchel Paige's rignt
The skinny pitcher, who was
throwing: a baseball before many
of his International League fel
low players were even born
stuck around long enough
Wednesday night to pick up bis
sixth win of the year In nine de decisions
cisions decisions as the Miami Marlins
downed the Havana Sugar
Little Marino Li Petri came to
Paige's relief in the seventh aft after
er after the Marlins had shoved over
the only run of the eame. Con-i
nie Marrero. who may be as old
as Paige, started for the Sugar
Kings and was tagged with the
The Torontd Maple Leafs Tost
a chance to move Into a tie for
first place with the Montreal
Royals by splitting a double
header with the Buffalo Bisons
The .Bisons won the opener be behind
hind behind Larry Donovan's five-hit
ter, 3-1, but the Leafs bounced
back: to take the nightcap, 7-3
as Ed Stevens and Bill Wilson
In the only other game played
the Richmond Virginians hit
hard behind manager Ed Lopat
to deieat tne coiumDus jets, 7 7-3.
3. 7-3. A scheduled twin-bill between
the Royals and Rochester Red
Wings at Montreal was post
poned because of rain.
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PRESIDENT REMON RACE TRACK'S CLUBHOUSE A view of the plush clubhouse section
of the $5,500,000 President Jpse A. Remon race track. The new "track wlir be Inaugurated
Saturday afternoon with a program that will feature a $10,000 added Inaugural Classic. Min Min-isted
isted Min-isted of Finance Major Alfredo Aleman has been credited with speeding up the work that led
to the completion of the new plant. v ; . ; ,
Rocky 's Injury More Serious
Than Origi nail y Suspected;
Ex-Champ Has Ruptured Disc
NEW YORK. July 12 (UP)
Last Friday, retired heavyweight
champion Rocky Marciano hurt
his back while Dlavine with Ma
ry Ann, his three-year-old
He had been lifting her, and
the exercise apparently threw
something out of joint. But, even
when Marciano was hospitalized
his ailment was treated as
Now. It appears that tne bbck
injury is more serious than was
Dr. Nathaniel oouid at 'tne
Brockton Hospital In Marciano'!
home town Brockton, Massa
chusetts reports Marciano is
suffering from a ruptured disc
in his sDlne. The doctor says the
chamn will get bed rest, heat
massage and nhysio therapy.
If that doesn't worKsays tne
doctor then "the question of
surgery will ... have to be con
According to Dr. Gould, Mar
ciano's condition "can be com
pletely cured." But, he also
warned, "There can be recur
The new development doesn't
seem to have affected Rocky's
retirement plans. He quit In A-
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Ask your druggist for Cystex todajt
sea now quicxiy u may neip you.:
" - v., V- .....
pril, undeleated in 49 bouts.-one
of the more popular champions
or all time. There have been re
ports that Marciano might come
back to fight the winner of an
elimination series to pick a. suc successor.,
cessor., successor., ;. '.
But, after the .doctor an
nounced the diagnosis of his
baric trntihin Mnminnn Wri it
clear in a. hnsnitai tfttm'rt
that-he Intends to" stay re
. r 1
"I think I win be all right,"
saia tne champ. But,, said Mar
ciano, i do recover Juliy,
wilt not o' back to the ring a J
gain. My loves"-sald' Rocky
are nung up lor good.",
UCLA, Southern (al
Fight PCL Efforts
To Make Them Goats
NEW YORK, July 12-U.C.LA
and Southern California are
fighting back at what they feel
are effort to make them the
goats of the Pacific Coast. Con.,
ference. ''"-...i-i,'V- -..
The Conference has penalized
four member colleges for giving
niegai iinanciai aia to atnietes
But only at U.CL.A. and South
ern Cal. : have players lost u
The U.C.L.A. chancellor Dr
Raymond Alien made a speech
today and called the conference
athletic code "archaic and' un
workable." "otherwise,", said
Allen, "these underground activ activities
ities activities wouldn't have developed."
. Allen also backed up a de
mand made yesterday by Presi
dent Fred Fagg or soutnern
Cal. Dr. Fagg wants the univer university
sity university presidents to meet within
two weeks. He demanded that
they lift the penalties against
players until a new code on
athletic aid can be worked out:
John Lendy Says
NEW YORK. July 12 The
world's fastest miler John
Landy says he thinks "there
is no professionalism" in Amer
lean amateur .sports. ...
Landy an Australian school
teacher visited the United
States in the spring and ran in
two races. Now back home
h discussed Impressions he
gained In America. : Landy told
united Press sports writer Mau
rice Cutler in Melbourne;,
"American runners sometimes
get very hieh expense aiiowanc
es. The Wes Santee case stirred
,uP greats controversy in the
I a inirAJI Wft W-AO A M Mm WM d TIH VlllFCfM I IT
feel Santee was made a martyr."
Landy added: !'The concept of
amateurism must be very elas
tic.-It must include the Austra
liana athlete who bays his own
fare to his national champion
ships. It also .must Include the
Russian who draws an officer's
pay but spends his time. in ath
letic training camps."
Russia has been -accepted into
the International Lawn Tennlt
Federation and hopes to play in
Davis cud matches next year
, Calif ornians Hugh Stewart
and Budge patty have reached
the semi-finals of the Irish Ten
nis Championships, but Gil Shea
was eliminated... K
' Herb Flami moved up In the
Baastad Tennis Tourney in
At Narraeansett race track
"Sine And Dance" won the first
race at 86-80, and "Alpine
Prince" took the second race at
$39. The dally double: $1,117.
Welterweights Art Aragon and
pat Lowry nave signed ior an
August seventh bout in Holly
Peco Giard a pitcher for the
yanKees and Browns 3U years a
go has died at the age of 57.
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
St. Louis ;
TODA IT'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Chicago (2)
Philadelphia at Cincinnati (N)
New York at St. Louis (N
Brooklyn at Milwaukee (T-N)
New York at Milwaukee ..
irosiponeo ra'ni. v
Only game scheduled. i.
Now It's Harmless Old Joe
In A Harmless Old Sport
LEVERAGE Joe Louis needs it, for there are 312 pounds -of
Rocky Don Lee to pin to the canvas.
By AL Do SANTIS
SCHENECTADY.. N.Y? (NEAY
Once he mieht have hppn a mil.
Now he was ; scroueine out : a
couple of hundred as the featured
27-per-cent-of-net rassler at Schen
A thousand or; so 'paid to see
wnat joe louis looked like in a
match against a 312-nound moun
tain of, lard named Rocky Don
The prices were $2.25 ringside!
and $1.25 general admission. There
was a time you had to eet ud a
fast fifty to' sit close to him. The
rap was an even hundred for a
better pew when he demolished
Biuy conn in then encore.
Louis entered the rine in a
white windbreaker. He did a little
jig, swung his arms around a lit
tie to loosen up. '.-
This used to be the nrelude to
human destruction. The insides of
spectators would flutter.
There was no fluttering this
time. This was a harmless Old Joe
in a harmless old sport. When he
removed his jacket, revealing sev
eral prosperous layers of fat and
an ominous-looking growth on his
left shoulder, you felt he couldn't
get vicious if he wished. f
Tho bell and Mountain of Lard
Lee charges out as if he's going
to melt all over his opponent. He
lunges. You felt Old Joe would in instinctively
stinctively instinctively step back, nail his am ample
ple ample target coming ; in and that
would be that 1 -,
But this was a show and he had
to remain Shakespearean. -v
Louis grabbed the; mountain a a-round
round a-round the waist and oomphed him
to the floor. They tugged and they
pulled and in no time at all Lee
had lasted longer than King. Le Le-vinsky
vinsky Le-vinsky and Johnny Paycheck.
It stretched out to 5, 10, 15 min minutes.
utes. minutes. At 16:45, Louis applied the
sleeper hold made famous by!
Vera Gape and left Lee for dead.
It took, Lee a full minute to
come to, and when he did he
looked very much like a fellow
capable of squaring the best of of-three
three of-three match. He stomped, snorted,
grimaced. It looked bad for Louis
For this fall, however,! L b U i S
didn't resort to thfe sleeper hold
or the two or three other grips
taught him by Buddy Rogers since
he made his -wrestling debut at
Washington's Uline Arena in Jan Jan-vary.
;-..-;.....'-.-:,. t :
Teams . X9.Lt Pet.
New.yo'rk ;.,52 26 :6B7
Chicago ..43 3.U, 89
Cleveland .44 31 .587
Boston . .40 35
Detroit .34 42
Baltimore j .33 : 4S
.368 22 ft
Washington .31 50
Kansas City ,28 48
Cleveland at New York
Chicago at Boston (N) -Kansas
City at Baltimore (N)'
Detroit at Washington (N)
No games scheduled
The Old Brown Bomber -ended
it like he used to. A right to the
jtw knocked Lee out of the ring
When he clambered back, the Old
Brown Bomber threw a right and
left to the jaw and the .guy was
counted out.,, ,
You once' saw a lot of Louis
foes go out that way. n used to
be dramatic. Now it didn't count
uia joe can't wrestle, but h
still looks like a puncher.
Autograph hounds mill, around
his dressing room. Squeeze
through and you can ask him:
"How's your health? How do you
feel about wrestling? Do you get
discouraged giving all your earn
ings to the government lor back
taxes?" (They're said to be' more
than a million.)
His answers: "Health Is good....
Wrestling gives me employment
at good pay. I owe the. gov government
ernment government money and it has evert
right to collect." -
t ... tt.
LECLOCK Second Baseman
Billy Gardner of the Baltimore
Orioles hangs onto a blooper inJ
short right neid despite a col
FANAMA AMERICAN AN fA'DEPENDENT DAI1I NEWSPAPER
They Also Call
CHOp INSECT TORMENT
ty HARRY GRAYSON
TJTTESDAY, JULY 12, 1938
PAY TRIBUTE TO MCSIAL Stan Musial (right) of the St
Louis Cardinals is congratulated by Bob Feller of the Cleveland
Indians in Washington after he was named "player of the de decade"
cade" decade" by the Sporting News. Musial was honored at a Touch Touchdown
down Touchdown Club luncheon-where he was awarded a four-hundred-dollar
clock (above) and given a lifetime membership In the club.
Every time they put a saddle on Swaps these days, It seems,
he either breaks or ties a world record. The other day he even
, tieu one the hard way.. '.on a split heeL : -n j
Meanwhile, Nashua, his old sparring partner, ha heen con confounding
founding confounding the experts... admittedly a trick thatTequires nd extra extra-oriunary
oriunary extra-oriunary talent... by his hot-and-cold performances around here.
Off their respective- records as 4-year-olds to date, Swaps
womd have to be popular choice over Mr. Money Bags (copyright
applied for) if they met again.
"And that could be a good way to lose your shirt dissented
Eddie Arearowho, along with Lady Godiva, Jeb Stuart and Paul
Revere,- has surely done his share to prove that the .horse w
h" ifenuioantly; thel Squhre bi Rockviile Centre" Is not anti anti-Swaps.
Swaps. anti-Swaps. When Nashua ran second to Swaps in the Derby last
yeavthere were Easterners who tried to iault the result. But
not the-SQUire,- He attll says: ....
- "When it looked as if we might take him at the 16th pole
he moved away from us. That's all there was to it..." Ana as
lar as. the Squire' way concerned, it apparently,. was more than
eD ogut Nashul against Swaps in a match race.'. 'Iweli, ; thaV is
a pauern of a much different design, .--. y--...vj ;
'I'd say Nashua is a perfect match race horse," America'
most celebrated jockey entightened.; '7 don't say that just be because
cause because he. beat Swaps in, the-Chicago match. 'Naturally, one race
m't enough to teU. But a net impression based on a number
oi races is likely to be reliable. ? ; -vw'-v;'"-
. "And what makes me feel Nashua's made to order for match
races is- the way he acta when he pulls up even with the one
he's ftot' to' beat in the stretch. A new spirit seems to come
over him. You can almost, sense that this is the part of racing
"I can't 'remember that Nashua has ever lost one of thess
heaTi-to-heatf ijattlervherrrourage ir nodouM 4hfrtieterminin8
n w t h. TWh,, tfia ntvi Hilt flllit.A ffpt Ul tO
Swaps. Even if we had, we might not .have, beat him. I men-
tion it jus; iqi me recora. . t
Likes Long Races
lv.lnT.a A..4- nf iVi mnnav In tWtf.h th reCCnt MCtTO
polltan Mile and seven-furlong Carter Handicap, and there was
talk or naving mm run we re vij" Tx v;rih7
when he came back with a smashing 2:00 4-5 win hi the faubur-
ban on ine Jrourtn. 7 t ,"t ;' f
SlWXe?Itol;, i Virs. m In more than
tftinlt it was the tonaer distance. He doesn't seem to care or
rie iftortcr races onymore.- i. . u
' Would Mr. Arcaro like to see him take on Swaps in a rub
1 don't have W'tell you that I don't Own Nashua. Nor do
I nave to retnina you mac i nave w scnn .IT
regard as an abnormal weakness for riding in. $100,000 races,
where the winning Jock's take is $10,000 Of course, I'd like
to see tfiem taKe anoiner cracic ai eatii ...,.
"And it's your considered opinion that in such an 'eventuality
Nashua would run away and hide from Swaps?'
"Why should Nashua want to hide from anybody? He s done
nothing to ne asnamea oi. i
5!mmouth's Big, One
" mnrlJo iihir. Wh Vnshna ftTld RwanS
l came wy iium "."7 j.iv;
w atahiPd. .thouBiv at different intervals... with a definite
impression tnat there was no overpowering enthusiasm In either
camp for a rubber match. 1" t A 1
sition than the Nashua interests, though for some reason it is
generally resorted that the reverse has always been the case.
As money earners, Nashua's and Swaps' greater future lies
W SCUO. A aejeat JOT eiincr w u nuwuur, u.
' tiree mafeft wowfd mean a certain inevitable loss o prestige
so why risk it? That was the reasoning in February, and, econo economically,
mically, economically, nothing has happened since to change it that I can see
Nashua's next appearance will be' ,in Monmouth's $100,000
handicap a week from today. This could be one of the season's
most memorable races. General manager Ed Brennan has ap applied
plied applied his Irish charm so lavishly that every name horse in the
MyeedleY,lbhb3e-year-old champ, would give the field an added
fillip. The Florida sunklst beauty is on the grounds but I re regard
gard regard his chances of starting as practically nil Trainer Hugh
Fontaine indicates his next objective is the American Derby
-in Chicago. ........
1 r rT?-rf;;lT
C4Af FLL YOUR NEEDS!
NEW "YORK VTPA u.l-
irague umpires ass a very good
1UCMUMV, V .....
-f .'fi -a .!' ;
-It is: "Why aren't we cut In on
me piayers pension plan?"
Under the npw fivMam iaiat
sion-radio contract for the World
Series and All-Star Game, the play
erj' fund Will PPt anmathina lib.
two million dollars a year. A 10-
year man will receive $200 a month
at the ten nf M Thara. r k.
- T ... H
vu,uuu insurance policies for wid widows
ows widows and families, i hospitalisation
ana wnaraot. v v
AMln th nmnin flnt t.tn.)f
baseball's forgottea man.
Ho contributes five per cent of
his lalarv toward hia nam naatiaiAft
fund. The best he winds uo with
when he's too old to see and get
arouna is iioo a year tor each
year he has weathered the storm.
u any one thing is certain in
thia litti aiMirta vmrlil if U tR
m raseoau umpire is the original
stand up guy. Financially, the
baseball umpire in on a par with
a s ports writer, as any -bill collec collector
tor collector will attest.
The job means more than the
cash. When an umpire calls a
ballplayer out he makes the de
cision witn every honest faculty
at his command. There is no lean leaning
ing leaning to anybody. He calls 'em as
he sees 'em. He is taking care of
iiis Job, and his job takes care
oi the game. Tbe superior um umpire's
pire's umpire's salary does not even ap approach
proach approach that of a rather run-o'.
miue ballplayer, , ; r
The umalrtt have S strong case
7lH tin rinilht will Ira it tn hol
league presidents and then toi
vuunnissioner xora V. rncK. Al Alter
ter Alter all, there could be no World
Sei,.es and All-Star Game, the
sources of the revenue, without
them. 'i-::..r.-.: ;', ;--.
Bill KJem umoired in the Na-
tlonal League for 39 years, and
wh-n time ran out on the Old
Arbitrator, he had no piece of two
million a year running for him.
Likewise, Beans Reardon, who for
his own financial security, hung
ui hii tack after 24 years. Bill
Stewart called it a career after
22 campaigns. Babe Pinelli is now
Nu. umpire .are a -it unset a-
bout a story to the effect that the;
are as tight and tense as the race
between the Reds. : Braves and
Dodgers. The yarn 'said that the
men in blue were throwing out
players, managers, coaches and e e-ven
ven e-ven trainers quicker than the lively
oau sans into ine distant stanar,
and for as much as opening their
Jerks Cenlan. the one-time White
Sox outfielder wHo is in his 16th
year of callin them in the NL J
recalls tnat this was Leo Durocb.
er's pet pitch when The Lip man managed
aged managed the Brooks and Giants,
'Thia ta an Imonrtant lima
Durocher would begin," recollect
Cenlan. Leo kept starting bis ar
guments with that line although
we'd keep trying to shut him off
witn 'What makes this one anj
more important than any other
"When you read or hear about!
an umpire tnrowing out a oau
player for no reason at all, dis.
count the account Umpires don't
want to put players out of games
the public pays to see. When they
do. you can bet they have a very
sourd reason for doing so. When
player says be was tossed out
only because he gave the umpire
an ugly look, lust put it down
that he tried to show up the um
pire or called him a name even
an empire won t use.
The umpires would like to have
the-fani know their side of it.
And that includes a share in the
players' fat pension fund.
Isthmian Amateur Golf Tourney
Schedule Postponed One Week
By Victor Gray 0'
The league leading New York Yankees walked away wdth
the honors last week by virtue, of their six victories in seven
contests.. The Stengelmen, now. sport an apparently comfort-
aoie six-ana-a-naii game bulge, and according to tradition, the
warn (tnai jeaas tne junior circuit 8 iter the Fourth of July
generally winds up the wlnenr, Yankee die-hards can begin
maxing preparations ior another worm series. -
: Thte Chicago White Sox, who last month made a determin determined
ed determined bid orovertake the flying leaders when they came to within
one game of the league lead, ran into serious trouble over the
week-end when their two best hurlers, Billy Pierce and Jim
wiison were clawed to death m the sabbath twin-bill by the
Tigers. The bat-happy Bengals pounded out 18 baseblows in
each game of the bargain bill, leaving the fans in Comlskey
Last week's play at a glance:
G. W. L 'ret. R. H.
New York. . 7 1 .857 49 78 6
Cleveland. . 7
Boston. . .8
Chicago. . . 8
Detroit, iv; 9
Kansas City . 6
41 84 j 6
95 82 11
.444 98 98
R. H. E.
- 24 64 11
31 62 8
36 78 8
45 89 9
64 88 11
39 56 6
47 79 6
TOTALS. ... 29 29
325 586 61 325 586 61
Detroit. . .
G. ,W. l
.78 52 26
.73 43 30
.75 44 31
.75 40 35
,.76 34 42
.76 33 43
.81 31 50
.74 28 48
H. W R. H. C
712 74 .327 652 96
695 68 812 657 83
634 63 303 623- 68
748 77 378 659 63
723 68 364 704 66
619 85 342 686 77
674 71 499 792 68
657, ti 441 703 67
By BEANS REARCON. REARCON.-24
24 REARCON.-24 Years In National League
; Written for NEA. Service
OUESTON: With one out and
runners on first and second bas bases,
es, bases, the batter bits a home run in inside
side inside the park. Tbe runner from
second base fails to touch third
on bis way to the plate. The run runner
ner runner from first and the b a 1 1 e r
score. The third baseman gets the
ball, appeals. and the runner
from vecond is out Do the other
runs count? Adam Metz,
O. With one out and men on
first and second bases, the batter
hits safely to right field. The run'
ner from second case scores easi
lv. but the runner from first is
thrown out at the plate. The oat
ter missed first base,, however,
and the ball is thrown there on an
anneal which is upheld. Does the
run county Ln uockaaay. ,.
A. No, because h crossed the
plate en a play bi which t h
third out was made on the bat batter
ter batter before be reached first base
' TOTALS. . .305 305 2966 5478 588 2966 6476 588
(Includes games of Sunday, July 8)
- Birdie Tcbbetts' Cincinnati Redlegs defended their slight
advantage in the Senior Circuit last week by copping five of
seven games. That also earned them the laurels for the week.
At present, the race has narrowed down to three contenders,
Cincinnati, Milwaukee and Brooklyn; St. Louis and Pittsburgh
having fallen by the wayside.
Playing the role of spoilers were the Chicago Cubs who
thwarted Milwaukee's hopes of recapturing the league lead by
forcing them to settle for an even break in the recent four four-game
game four-game series. The Bruins also gave a splendid account of them themselves
selves themselves in the over-all week's play by winning five of their eight
contests played.. St Louis Caidlnals, who up to last Monday
were In the thick of the race, lost considerable ground as they
were able te win but one game of the seven In which they
The Panama Golf Association
stated today that the scheduled
dates previously announced for
the playing of the 1956 Isthmian
Amateur Golf -Championship
have been changed due to the
many activities scheduled for
the conference of American
Presidents which will take place
the week-end of July 21 and 22
The revamped schedule now
calls for the opening round of
play to-take-plM-at th Srazos
Brook course on Saturday, juiy
28. The second 18 holes of com
petition will see the qualifying
field at the Ft. Davis links the
following day, Sunday, July 29
' The 45 qualifiers win then
Journey to the Ft Amador lay
out the following Saturday; Au
gust 4, with the- finale of the
gruelling 72 hole medal play
tournament set for the cham championship
pionship championship Panama Golf Club
course oh Sunday, August 5.
The above schedule : will per
mit for a large 'field as it was
expected many of the isthmian
top-notch, amateurs would oth
erwise be occupied during the
visit of the presidents.
The change will also make It
possible for President "Dicky"
Arias of Panama, one of the fi finest
nest finest of Isthmian golfers, to en enter
ter enter the. competition. President
Arias expressed a desire to com compete
pete compete and assured the committee
he would be an entry if at all
possible. i .
It is also anticipated that the
President-elect of Panama, Erl
nesto de la Guardia, may enter
the competition and should this
come to pass it would undoubt undoubtedly
edly undoubtedly be the first time a Presi
dent and a President-elect would;
be competitors for the amateur
golf championship crown of their,
country. Both of these gentle-j
men are accomplished playert
and very adept .at medal play,
and either could emerge as the'
lvss (Amateur cnamp.
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The committee also wishes 1
to be known that the entry
blanks will be available at all
Isthmian Golf clubs this week weekend.
end. weekend. Same must be completed
and filed at your home club with
the $3.00 entrance fee not later
than 6 p.m. on Sunday. July 22
Pairings and starting times will
tie assigned ana maae punuc not
later tnan Wednesday, juiy 25
Bow they fared last week:
Cincinnati." . 7,
Chicago. ..... 8
Brooklyn. .... 7
Philadelphia, .. 8
G. W. L, Pet. R. H. E.
St. Louis'. .
.714 24 i 52. 3-
.625. 38 67 6
?71 39 63 3
.500 32 63 12
.429 26 61
.143 21 55
R. H. E.
34 r 68
35 75 10
37 84 4
240 491 69240 491 69
G. : W. t L. r
.74 44 30
.71 '41 30
.74 42 32
.76 37 39
.72 ,35 37
.71 31 40,
.75 32 43
.71 30 41
Pet. R. H.
.595 382 670
.!77 325 601
.508 343 615
.487 368 .730
.486 309 621 83
437 -317 698 58
.427 J 325 ,610 46
.423 247 570 80
R. H. E.
" 275 569
307 585' 69
363 636 : 80 I
388 667 78
293 665 72
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(Includes gameVof Sunday July 8)
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FOR EUROPE Three men on a 35-foot raft flying
-Canadian colors continue on their voyage to Europe after re re-:ceivine
:ceivine re-:ceivine supplies from-the U.S. Navy transport General R. E.
CaDan about 1,000 miles east of Halifax on July 5. The men
e out from Halifax on their home-made raft on May 24,
i' Oflopintc to ride the Gulf Stream to "someplace in Europe.
Safety Movie For Kids Will
Open Tomorrow At Balboa
1 1 a' color motion picture which
tsras intended originally for
children but has been applauded
and welcomed by adults as weir
Hrbe seen in Panama Canal
Hernia renter theaters this
month and the first of August
a. Th. Taiktnir Tar." distribut
ed by thevAmerican Automobile
Association, and made available
through Its local affiliate, The
Panama and Canal Zone auio
-ih will h shown at Balboa
tomorrow along with the regular.
' It will also be shown with the
regular feature at Cristobal, Ju July
ly July 20; Diablo Heights, July 27;
Gamboa, July 28; Margarita, Au Au-nict
nict Au-nict t and r.atun. Aucust 4.
The purpose of this color film
First, to help children realize
the limltat'ons of the. common
safeguards; that they are not,
in themselves, a guarantee of
' Second, to make children a
ware of times and plcaes where
the absence of sarety aids mens
treater danger and increased
need for rare.
in the picture, there are two
children with their dog who are
Weather Or Not
This weather report,, for the 24
fiourt ending 8 a.m. today, ii pre
pared by the Meteorological and
Hydrographic Branch of the Pana Pana-u
u Pana-u Canal Company:
T I D I S
FRIDAY, JULY 13
DARRYl F. ZAMUCK presents
tfiiliM Hit fcrm ml tlncM If
if i n
accosted by a friendly talking
automobile.? A strange conversa
tion with the car reviews the
safety aids about whieh the hoy
and girl have learned In school.
Brief dramatizations of the ex
periences In traffic situations
of these children and their
friends enliven th film.. There
is rumor but much sense to the
The kiddles will love it. Aduiu
will enjoy it either as parents or
as citizens. lb makes adults a-
ware of the safety teaching in
The Tanama and Canal Zone
Auto Club would be pleased to
make this film available 'to
stouds in Panama as well as the
Canal Zone but it is available
onlv with English sound. This is
a color mm. 35 mm.
The Auto Club also has the
same picture in a black and
white 16 mm print for loan to
any interested group who would
like to show safety films, such
as PTA. etc.
These films may be secured by
teleohonlne the Panama and
Canal Zone Auto Club secretary
Mrs. Mildred Turner, at Balboa
The film highlights the fact
that these are the places and
times when children are in the
greatest traffic danger:
At unmarked intersections
after, school and on non-school
days, playing in streets, darting
from between parsea cars
crossing: ih the middle of the
block, runnings rather than
walking across the street, xaiK
inc. not watchlne when cross
inn the street, crossing, against
the signal when nothing seems
to be coming, after sundown and
on rainy days and nights,
The film is presented as a
public service and as part of the
AAA's continuing- drive against
traffic accidents. ,
The members of the Canal
Zone delegation to next month's
Democratic Convention in Chi Chicago
cago Chicago will be housed in the Mor Morrison
rison Morrison Hotel, it became known to
day. - ;: ?':'
Attorney Charles E. Ramirez
chairman of the if roup, made
PRICES? .75 & .40
Th year's most
distinguishod ( -,
A Wonderful Short
"CAR IOC A
"Lef t A people
Baby Sitter' Signature On
WESTBURY, N.Y., July 12
(UP) The Nassau County
chief of detectives revealed to
day that the ransom note for the
Kidnaped Weinberger baby was
signed "Your Baby Sitter."
Stuvesant PlnneU. the detec
tive chief, said the note left in
the Infant Peter's earriaee on
July 4th was "well written" and
World War II
Sub Sinking Story
WASHINGTON. Julv 12 (UPV
House investigators charged yes yesterday
terday yesterday that the Navy tried to
"censor history" by withholding
clearance, of a magazine ariticle
on the sinking of a cruiser in
worm war li.
Navy officials, who were over
ruled by the Defense Department,
decided that publication of the
article might discourage young
men from enlisting in the Navy.
They threatened to censure the
author, a public information offic
er, even alter the article was
The attempted suppression of
the article was disclosed in testi
mony before a House government
operations subcommittee investi
gating government information po
Chairman John E. Moss (D-!
Cauf.) said a "rich field of Amer
ican history would be permanent
ly withheld from the Amencan
people" if such a policy were car carried
ried carried out.
The article, written by Capt
G. W. Campbell for the Saturday
Evening Post, dealt with the July
31. 1945. sinking of the cruiser
Indianapolis in the rmuppine bea
with the loss of 880 lives. It was
the last major loss of U.S. naval
forces in World war u.
Capt.j J. D. Lamade, acting
navy ctuei et nuormauon, wrote
Can.nhell on June 6. 1955. refusing
clearance lor the article, scneaui-i
ed for publication on the 10th an-i
niversary of the sinking.
"Encouragement for publication
of this material by any pprson in
naval service is not in the best in
terests of Navy," Lamade said.
"It will bring to the attention
of young men .-. who might be
Contemplating enlisting, this ; epi
sode which, perhaps at the 1 1 m e
it occurred,, they were too young
to have known about.
"It miaht serve to give tucn
young men the idea that the sto story
ry story of the Indianapolis sinking was'
typical oi wnat tney can expeci m
cruiser or any shipboard duty in
time of war."
CZ Autopsy Shows
An autopsy made at Gorgas
HOSpital On the body Of Capt.
Fred Rodriguez, who died af ter
onllnnslnir ahoarfl tne nsneri"--
Joan of Arc. confirmed that
death was caused by electrocu electrocution
The master of the tuna boat
died nhniit 45 minute after col-
lansinBt aboard his vessel While
he was operating the switch lor
a winch. ;n
Fellow crewmen applied arti
ficial respiration, and an SA-16
amphibian from Albrook AFB
was .dispatched to assist the in injured
jured injured master..
The amDhibian made an
open-sea landing off Santa Cla Clara
ra Clara to intercept the tuna boat
But when flieht suraeon Capt.
Fred TenEyck went aboard he
learned that Capt. -Rodriguer
Look To Plumbing
In Old Houses
DES MOINES (UP) The
secretary of the Iowa Association
of Plumbing Contractors warns
owners of older homes to look at
the d umbina before getting ex
cited about the prospect. of mak making
ing making a neat profit by selling on the
current hieh market.
Lawrence Foley said although
the older houses sometimes have
other advantages, they cannot
complete with newer homes oo
lie said few buyers are willing
to' pay as much or almost as
much for an old house as they
would a new one if they have to
make a heavy investment to
bring the plumbing up to date.
He said "they expect the seller to
bav that done.
know the truth and the
PANAMA, R. P THURSDAY, JULY 12,. 1956
"obviously prepared." i
"I think it's a real grown up
person who wrote the note'itne writer.
PlnneU said, however,, that the
child's mother, Mrs. Betty Wem-i
berger, had, never had a baby
sitter even for their other son.
Lewis. 2. But h said the fam
ily had hired maids who also!
carea ior tne cniiaren.
Pinnell said study of the note
indicated that the kidnaper was
someone who worked in the
neighborhood and knew of the
"Frankly there's nothing en
couraging," Pinnell answered
when Questioned about other as
pects of the eight-day-old ab
Pinnell refused te ruess wheth
er the writer of the ransom note
was a man or woman. He said
the note; over 35 words in
length, was examined by several
'Porgy And Bess'
Singer In Horvay
OSLO, July 12 (UP) An
American Negro prima : donna
and Norway's biggest newspaper
were sued for libel by a young
Norwegian impressario toaay.
' The suit followed a sensation
al front page story in- cpnserva
tive Aftenposten thaO sluger
Leeza Foster, who had the part
oi Bess wnen Everymans opera
Company performed the "Porgy
and Bess" here this spring, was
fooled by Impressario Lasse Oer Oer-lylng.
lylng. Oer-lylng. r
"I do not understand a bit of
all this," Gerlylng said. "But I
cannot let it rest; and I have
Instructed mv lawyer to file a 11
bel suit against Aftenposten and
Aftenposten said the paper
was visited by Leeza Foster Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and she said Gerlying had
"fooled" her into singing at one
of his popular weekly dancing
nights for Oslo Youth under the
presupposition that it was tc
the benefit of children.
She said she was very angry
when she saw it was a dance
but still sang a couple of songs
German Kids Get
USAF Airlift To .
BERLIN, Germany, July 12 (UP)
The U.S. Air Force started air
lifting 2,850 underprivileged West
Berlin children to vacations in
West Germany today.
The youngsters will be guests in
American and German homes for
five weeks. This is the fourth year
oi tne program.
The Air Force picked ton pilots
to fly the 20 foar-engined C54s be-
' mree-aay opera-
Tbe children wiU be flownl
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DEATH IN THE' SKY One woman was killed and 10 other
passengers injured In this Trans-Canada .'Airlines Viscount
when a propeller tore loose from one of the four engines and
part of it ripped Into the plane's cabin. The accident occurred
as the plane was flying over Michiean. The pilot made an
emergency landing at Windsor,, Ontario, on two engines;
country is safe". Abraham Uncoln.
Baby Gives No Clue
I handwriting- experts- -who
greea as to me .age ana sex
The detective, chief said the
note contained Instructions to
drop $2,000 ransom money at Al-j
bermarie road ana pars Avenue
approximately a half-block from
the Weinberger home. But- he
said the note ; omitted any in
structions for recovering or pick
-During the course or tne in
vestigation, pinnell said, ponce
got the Impression that the per
son who kidnaped the baby
knew it was the Weinberger ba
by and not just any baby.
RP Chest X-Rays
During Last Month
Total 5,345 .7
More than 5,000 X-rays of the
chest were taken in Panama in
.Inn nort nf th nti.riiKArnln.
sis camnauni beine carried out bv'.08'1
the Ministry of Public Health in
cooperation with tne interameri interameri-can
can interameri-can Cooperative Health Service (a
Point Four Health Division).
' A total of 5,345 X-rays of the
chest were taken in June, from
which 73 were diagnosed as posi-
tive tubercular cases and 128 as
suspicious. The suspicious cases
remain under investigation for fu-
The X-rays were taicen in tnemersonnei requirements.
national dispensaries of Panama
and Colon, the dispensary at the
Santo Tomas Hospital, and the Xi
ray mobile unit visiting the differ different
ent different sections of the city. Approxi Approximately
mately Approximately 2,500 X-rays were taken in
the mobile unit visiting Santa A A-na,
na, A-na, Calidonia and the National
Psychiatric Hospital. w
Since the national anti-tuberculosis
campaign was started, a to total
tal total of 116,085 X-rays of the chest
have been taken in the Republic
of Panama. 190 cases have been
found to be positive, and 3,187 are
classified as suspicious.-
Miss Universe To Miss Movies
nlpi The fifth annual Miss
TTniirs napeant dnened today
But. the Biobarbeauty contest
had not yet been" officially un unveiled
veiled unveiled when a great dream was
shattered and reality, rearea its
uclv head in this streamer-ana
buntings adorned temp o r a r y
world capital oi leminme put
chritude., ' ''" ; --
The covered movie star con
tract which roes with the Miss
Universe title will mean little or
nothing f won by a foreign con
testant.. -. .".:..
"It's tough on tne gins," kod-
ert Palmer, universal-interna
tional talent executive saw,
"but the truth of the matter is
nnr atudlo has never had so
many foreign stars and starlets
under contract." : v. 5 ..
palmer, besides being one of
the nine contest ludees is also
He said police believe that the1
kidnaper was someone whe
worked in theneighborhood a
gardener, maid, servant or baby.
sitter.. . -;..
Pinnell explained that even
though Mrs. Weinberger had tt0yed- as Superintendent of the
never hired a haby sitter it still, Bajboi field office of the Main-
might have been one who work-jtenance Division, and is presently
ed for someone else in the. acting as Maintenance Engineer.
nelzhborhood at various times.
Pinnell said he still has pos possession
session possession of the ransom note but
expected the FBI to examine It
m Enlisted Men
In Jaosn Will Be
Sent To Korea
' TOKYO, July U (UP) Some
1,800 enlisted men of tne u,a.
virst ravairv TJlvlsion In Japan
will he transferred to Korea to
"fill vacancies" in the 7th and
24th divisions, It was announced
An Army announcement said
the move was a. "temporary
Tt. rlne not mean." the Army
said, "a general reduction in the
strength of U.. Army orcej i
Japan, but ratner a conununwui.
of the realignment of Army,
troops in the Far East to meet
The transfers, scheduled to
take place later .this month, will
be mostly In the three lowest
nv o-rades Thev will be men
who are without dependents in
japan and who have not previ previously
ously previously served in Korea on their
current dutv tour In 'the Far
"Temporary vacancies created
in the 1st Cavalry Division are
nlanned tn he filled throUEh nor
mal reDlscement channels," the
rnnfrapta tn winners ana nas
sole right to sign any ; of the
"Some of them, he added
"like Germany's Cornell Borch Borch-ers
ers Borch-ers and Marianne Cook are ex ex-oerienced
oerienced ex-oerienced toonotch performers
and others are actresses on'
whom e nin very hieh hopes.
Tills puts contest winners under
a tremenaous, pracucaiiy nope nope-less
less nope-less handicap."
- True, the glory of being crown
ed the world's most beautiful
a-lrl Is still Miss Universe's, as
will be this year a Bel Air Chev
rolet,-furs, jewelry and a num number
ber number of other minor awards.
Her movie contract, guaran
teed for six months at $250 per
week will be automatically ex extended
tended extended for another six months
, Part of the latter will be tak taken
en taken up by a three-month "travel
ing saleslady" chore for Catall Catall-na
na Catall-na swim suits, a pageant co co-soonsor.
soonsor. co-soonsor. for which Miss Universe
is to get $5,000 plus traveling
expenses. ; :.:'-'.:,.' .-
As the first beauties-laden air
liner was about to touch down
at the festively decorated Long
Beach airport this morning it
Ceylca To Me
Of Briiish Base
COLOMBO, Ceylon, July 12 -(UP)
Premier Solomon Banda Banda-ranaike
ranaike Banda-ranaike said yesterday Ceylon will
"definitely" take over control of
British naval and air bases in this
Southeast Asian nation, v
The Ceylonese Premier spoke t
a news conference here following
his return from the Commonwealth
prime ministers' conference in
London where he negotiated on the
future of the bases with British of officials.
ficials. officials. -'' - :
'.'We are definitely taking over
the British bases and they will be be-under
under be-under our control," Bandaranaike
He made it clear that Britain
must move out of its Tricomalee
naval base and find a new head headquarters
quarters headquarters for its East Indies fleet.
The same applies to the Royal
Air Force base at Katunayake, he
We will build up our defenses
in our financial resources." the
The nomination of Carl. -J.
Browne and Mrs. Margaret K.
Murphy as candidates from the
Panama Canal organization for
Rockefeller Public Service Awards
in the coming year was announc
ed yesterday at Balboa Heights.
The two nominatrons. made -. by
Governor W JI. Potter, have be.n
forwarded to tne committee on ie-
lection at Princeton University. I
The program is administered ty
the Woodrow Wilson School of Pub-
lie and International Affairs at the
tlniwprcitv ; - ... .-- ; f
Nominations for this high hon
or may bo made, from any agon agon-cy
cy agon-cy of the FodOral Government
by any civilian, in active vice.
The recipients Vf the awards are
tufficiont to onabla ach to
spend from aix to nine-months
in rosidonco at any Institution of
the btdividuafs choice for pt pt-cializod
cializod pt-cializod study, or in oma com com-arabla
arabla com-arabla educational' activity.' j
.The two nominees from the, Ca Canal
nal Canal organization are well known
h the Canal Zone. Browne is em-
Mrs.- Murphy jis empioyea as oa-
pervisory position v.iassiner,
Wae and uassuicauon mvi -y-,
d.h....i ntaii nfi ia-TtrpAit
ly acting as Chief of the Division.
In- lorwaromK we nomiuauuno
Governor Potter said of the
Canal candidates : ; r v :..
"The applications of the caridi
date have been reviewed careful
ly and critically by our Personnel;
. ', "'.v (NEA Telephoto) Telephoto)-SUSPECT
SUSPECT Telephoto)-SUSPECT DIES -T- Stanley
Gusclora, a suspect -In. the
$1,219,000 Brink's robbery wa
found dead in his cell at the
Norfolk Prison -Colony? Wal
pole; Mass. Prison officials
said he anparently died .from,
-, natural causes. ,' i
became known that only 30 for
eign. nations are sending con
testants to, the' Pacific resort
A" total "of 43 were hoped for
and announced as coming In
advance pageant booklets.'
L 0 XlrnnAvl
shale tli gray flannel
world of "big money'
ri I 2 yj
Bureau and we consider the appli applications
cations applications herewith submitted- to b
most worthy and challenging. I am
sure that considerable advantage
will accrue to our organization and
to the public service as well as
to the individual concerned if eith either
er either is accepted for the program."
He also called attention to the
tact mat ooth candidates were
highly recommended by their su-
pervisprs and the applications
Were personnaly reviewed a A 4
screened by him. .' J
. - '
Browne has been employed with
the Canal since 1938 except for
military service during 'the war.
He entered tne organization as
;student engineer and has been pro-
moted through various nositions tr
his present one. Browne has indi indicated
cated indicated that he plans advance stu study
dy study and field research in the ma1
jor area of public administration'
if selected for a : Rockefeller a a-ward.
ward. a-ward. ': '-. v .: ...
Murphy has been continue
been promoted to her present po-f
gjtion jn the Personnel Bureau afU'
er beginning in general cleriral
lw'ork. She is amone the ton flvoj
per cent of women m the Canal
organization m point of compensa-
The awards for which Bcown
and Mrs, Murnhv have been, nnmi
mated are the fifth to' be 'Offered
under a grant from John D; Rock
efellerr 3rd.. The grant -was mad
to give special, recognition to out
standing public service by civilian
employes in the Federal Govern
ment. Announcement of the a a-wards,
wards, a-wards, will be made by the Com
mittee on Selections in February
of next year. n
Soufh Vicl L'zmeje
Ilevjpapcr fkrA t
SAIGON, Indochina, July 12
(UP) Five hundred South Viet,
namese youths stormed a netural netural-ist
ist netural-ist newspaper plant today, ripping,
bundles of papers into confetti and
smashing, furniture.- ' -
Eyewitnesses said police stood
ay anu waicnea wnue me scream screaming,
ing, screaming, banner-waving mob broke in into
to into hthe plant of the Tien Thu news
paper near downtown Saigon short short-ly
ly short-ly after the noon-hour siesta.
There were no immediate re
The newspaper recently printed
a series of articles urging cooper cooperation
ation cooperation between free South Vietnam
and Communist North Vietnam.
Its new weekly edition was fresh
off the press when the demonstra demonstrators
tors demonstrators marched on the plant chant chanting
ing chanting "Down with Communist colla collaborators."
borators." collaborators." They entered the small'1 office,
smashed furniture with their bare
hands, grabbed up hundreds of
copies of the, newspaper, tore them
to shreds and flung them teto.tho
streets outside. , : J
Vietnamese news photographer
Who tried to' snap pictures of the
destruction while it was m "prog
ress were grabbed by the demon demonstrators
strators demonstrators and the film was yanked
from their cameras.
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