The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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Classification:
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Signing Of Declaration Of Panama'

Will Highlight Presidents' Conference

, Highlight of the four-day meeting to be held here by

the .21 -nation Council of the Organization of American
states will be the signing of a "Declaration of Panama"
by the Presidents of the western hemisphere who are
scheduled to arrive here June" 20. : : iC".
President Arias will go to Tocumen airport that day
' to officially welcome all the Presidents scheduled to arrive
on the afternoon of the 20th according to the official pro program
gram program released by the Panama government today.'

The ten countries which of the visiting; Presidents, place:

have already accepted the in

vitation to attend the confer confer-'
' confer-' nce here are' Brazil, : Chile,
: Costs Rica, Cuba, Ecuador,
Honduras, Nicaragua, Para Paraguay,
guay, Paraguay, United States and Cm Cm-guay."
guay." Cm-guay." 'V-'.-:''. -,
Argentine has accepted "in
principle," and favorable replies
are still expected from the Dom

inican. ReDUDilc. Qua temaia

Haiti. Mexico, Salvador and

Venezuela'. : '

Last reports from Panama au

thorities were that 10 Presidents

have accepted the invitation is

sued by President Ricardo Arias

to the Panama meeting, ; how how-,
, how-, ever, this morning Foreign Min

ister Alberto Boyd ; announced
that the government had re re-,
, re-, celved word that Bolivian Presi Presi-'
' Presi-' dent-elect Herman Siles Suazo
will come to Panama for -; the

meeting. The 'Presidents of at
' 1... .... n.i.n ..mik

lies are expected to attend.. ; ..
. The day folVjw'ng their ar arrival,
rival, arrival, at 11 j, the Presi Presidents
dents Presidents and their Voreijn Min Ministers
isters Ministers will par utar respects
to President Arias at the
-Preside ncia and meet infor informally
mally informally with h'm at noon. On
July 2J, the Presidents will
sign he Declaration of -Principles"at
a solemn Ses Session
sion Session in the Bolivar Salon,
v e the first Congress of
? was b-fl.

fas follows;. S
July. 11 (evening) Arrival at
Tocumen Airport of the Ambas-

Presidential palace

: 9 p.m. The President, of Pan Panama
ama Panama will decorate the visiting

presidents with the order of
Manuel Amador Guerrero, place:
Presidential palace. ; .

$ p.m. Gala reception at the
Union Clubr tendered by Presi President
dent President and Mrs. Arias in honor of
the visiting presidents and their

laaies. .v v
July 22: H. K'.
10 a Jn. Parade Of Presidents' tc
Bolivar Hall, --j
10:45 a.m. Solemn se&ion of
the American President in the

Bollvat Hall, at which the Dec

laration or principles wui be

signed.- Address by the presi

dent or ranama ana by tne otn otn-er
er otn-er Presidents who may wish to

speaa.

12 noon, placine of wreath at

souvar Monument by the Amer

ican Presidents.

5 p.m. session -of the OAS

Council m honor of the Presl.

dents. Addresses i by the Presi-

aeni oi the councl 1 and the

President of Panama. Place
Hotel El Panama v : -v; .:i

8 D m. Receotion tendered bv

we visiunn presiaentx una thPir

ladies in honor of President and
Mrs. Arias. Place: Balboa Suite

Of the Hotel El Panama

-A. series of stamps honoring the

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Tells Disarmament

Commission Tests

narinrs nf th council of the Or Panama meetinr of the oant.

ganization, of American States tion of American States and of the
and of the Secretary General xt PresidenU of the American Repub Repub-the
the Repub-the organization. "cs wiU go on sale at all' Pana-
July 18: I m P08 offices July w, S wis an

il a.m. Visit by the OAS Coun- nouncea loaay by c. Ar t r o c h a
cil to the Foreign Ministry- I orev director general of .iPosts
10 son Visit by the OAS Couiwnd Telegraphs. ;.
cil to the President of the.Re-f ;Tn.e .ene will consist of 21 sets
public. -f -: J r-mall sUmns, each
11 a.m. r- Inaugural session of ? bfnn .the picture of one of
the OAS CounciT in the BoUvat ?1 American presidenU nd of
tioii tvib Minintpr rf pnreiirrii ouierent color.

XlO'li i, T O

ivfiuion iiewi;K which Is scheduled to be'

i ..ACS aeiial view of the- t3.5G0.0od Pi

inaugurated tomorrow afternoon The stable area is inthe foreground With-the grandstand and clubhouse in the center

vi- ..sf nutuu wHvuu uu sic ui n ciiLci oi uio ruceiracic proDer. Tomorrow a onpninir win
feature a ?lfl,000. Inaugural Classic. Panama Government" off! clais, Canal Zona officials and members of the 'dlnlomaSs core
have been invited to the gala opening which la expected to attract a capacity, crowd, of 30,000 fans to the pSeT

No Health Hazard

united Nations, .y.. Julv 1 (P TLa I

ed States said today it would

explosions of nuclear weapons if a "safeguarded" proqram

Ti VT agreea on oy ail countries.
U.S. Ambassador Jnmec I Wnlcu,nvl. IJ tL. n:i

J k.i 7 . ,,unViiH iwiu i iic unii
ed Nations disarmamenf commission that properly con
ducted nuclear tests art not a hazard in hlimnH u.u

and safety.

He said that in the absence of

proper safeguards, the continuation of ynrimHni .v.

plosions "is essential for our security and that of the frei
world. 'i, ;:''r:i':

Planter Buys

Ghost Ship"

In Fiji

SUVA, Fill Islands, July U I

Ainencan Red Cross Drive
v Exceeds Expectations ;;

Relations of Panama will deliver
the welcoming address, to which
the President of the Council wia

one set of dark gray 20-eent' air

mail stamps witn tne statue of Si-

toui.ua.".". Y--r L: j Bouvsr Meaaiiion. rv

1 -sn n m. Ruf f et luncheon ten

dered by Foreign Minister and
Mrs. Alberto Boyd in honor of
OAS Ambassadors and their la ladles
dles ladles at Panama Golf Club,
. 4 p.m. Session of the OAS
Council. Speeches by members

of the council. Place: sena vis

ta State of the Hotel El Pans
ma.. .'.
s n.m. Gala reception-tender

ed by-President and Mrs. Arias

at Presidential Palace in nonor

of OAS Ambassadors.
Julv 19:

10 a.m. Session or tne OAS

Ambassadors.

July 19:

10 a.m. Session of the OAS
Council. Speeches by the OAS

Ambassadors. Place: Bella vista

Suite of Hotel El Panama.

1 n.m.: Buffet luncheon ten-

dered bv OAS Council president

: and Mrs. Tulio Delgado in honor

of President ana Mrs. Arias

1 Place: Balboa Suite of the Hotel

El Panama. .-

3 p nL Session of the OAS

Council. Speeches by the OAS
Ambassadors and the Secretary
1 General of the OAS. Place: Bella

Vista Suite, of the Hotel El Pan
ama.
July 20: -Arrival
of American Presl
dents during afternoon.
Julv 21:

11 a.m.-Visit of the Presidents
of the other American Repub

lics to the president of Panama
at the Presidential palace. -1
12 noon. Informal meetin? of
the Presidents in the presiden presidential
tial presidential Palace: (The Presidents will
be accompanied by their For

eign Ministers).

1 p.m. Luncheon tendered by

Mrs. Isabel Espinosa de vauaru
no, wife of the Panamanian Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador to the OAS, in honor of
the wlvj of the members of the
OAS Council. Place: No. 26, East

44h Street. v
i 4 pm. Session of the OAS
Council. Fpeeches by the Presi-J

oenii oi in; tsunvanan eociccy

of Panama ana tne vice-president
of th OA3 Council, place;
Bfivar H"'1 V
5 p.m. ea tendered by Mrs
Ola de Arias. First Lady of
Panama, in honor of the wives

(UP) i A planter boutrht. fhn nhnst

i"M juyua loaay tor 55,432. :

In addition the series wilt M.S.

- wuui, uie

uuu mi.m private sale. v
The vessel has hem hM in w,

since it was found last fall half

sumt in i eaim ea. There was no
trace of the 25 persons who were
aboard her. No evidence has been
founds to indicate what happened.

to them

- Carl '.'ST.

American

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Browne, C halrman.

Canal Zone Chapter

announcea that tne 1958 Amer

lean Red Cross Fund Campaign

of $22,330 had been exceeded by

11335.42. Dr. Daniel J. Paoluccl

Chairman. 1956 Fund Campaign

reporting for the Fund Commit-J

tee. ; presented tne following

breakdown lor funds received:
Company-Government

- Organization ...... $ 9,531. 94

C. Z. Atlantic commer commercial
cial commercial organizations
C. Z. pacific Commer Commercial
cial Commercial Organizations .,
Military Service
Republic of Panama
Organizations . . .
Canal ; Zone Miscel

laneous

. 43315
461.25
10,989-55
2,332.75!

416.78

Di:b!o Girl, Airman
Use Sfreef, LavVn ;
For Vehicle Cfese

Emmett Zemer and Clement J.

Genis, Co-Chalrman in charge
of displays; Paul Beck, Atlantic!

- What sounded like fpton

game of hide-and-seek wflh motor
vehicles, wound up in Balboa Ma-j

Wadsworth called for an "effort

or statecraft ..to limiting atomic

and hydrogen weapons themselves
and aildf't 's'h-vv-..; r.
"God speed the day when" this

may happen. To this end we dedi dedicate
cate dedicate ourselves."

Meanwhile in Moscow. thi So

viet goverment called today for fori

mauon or a turoDe-wide atoms-

for peace organizatioff with all Eu European,
ropean, European, governments and the Unit,
ed States' participating, ""x

th i,:2cd3!ie .United

Siaies a; i L .opeaii governmeiits

to convoke a comerence to discuss
the peaceful use of atomic energy

on a t-urope-wide basis..?,

The congress would discuss

the formation of an inter-govern-mental
atoms-for-peace organiza organization.
tion. organization. All European countries and

the united States would partici
pate.

.i J 5 European cooperation h
tins field does not exclude bi-laterf
al agreements which are basetl
pa equality and are without poll
tical economic military conditions
or "mcomoatible with ih.

ef!nty and independence of t h 4

SlillC. ...

Safety Figures

Belb chairman. City of Colon

and- Mrs. Carolyn Glbbs, Secre-

wr-ireasurer.

the

girl and a 19-vear-nM innon

Both were convicted of feckless
driving on a lawn between Sibert

fiare mnn Hiina. cf..nt i. n:

Chairman of rthe Fund I bio. 7 T r

Campaign ; for the company

Government bureaus and. units
wert F. G. Dunsmoor,- Office ; of

tne., Governor-President: J. A.

Micnaeils and Rosemary D.
Rtardon, Magistrates' Courts; J

M. Thomson, Jr., U. S. District
Cburt; Mazle C. Schwarzrock
internal Security Office; Grayce

Uf. fiaaeau, Office or tne General

Counsel; J. a E. Maguire, Exec Executive
utive Executive Planning Staff: Beatrice

B. Lucas, fiafetv Rraneh! (i n

Logan, Admmistlatlve Branch:

tC H. Crawford, Personnel .. Bu

reau; Kathleen McGuigan; Of-

Mary

The members of the 1956

Fund Committee were Jack C.

Randall, vice Chairman: Ellis

L. Fawcett. Locality-Rate Chair-j

man: Walter A. Dry a. Paclflo fip nf th rnmntrnii.

Chairman: Anthony F. RayVorr and Fmmett 7cnwr fiimn'w

muuu, ziuuc quiuiuu ana Employe service Bureau

uicitioi, nm n. v aye rj. MiKon. EinameeririB and

' Elizabeth A. LHtie, 17, pleaded
lint mnltv Tnnt tt c n.uL..

J. Ayers, 19,' pleaded, guilty.

S? m luesnon is behind
Diablo, Commissary at p o i n t
where streets were realigned fol

lowing construction of the new

permanent quarters.

nal Zone Pacific Commercia

RECEIVING THE VASCO NTSEZ SE BALBOA AWARD Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Oliver shown receiving the Vasoo Nunez de
Balboa decoration from the Panama government last night at
a party given in their honor by alumni of the Pan American
Institute: Mr. and Mrs. Oliver were directors of the Institute
for 20 years. They left in 1913 when Mr. Oliver Joined the
i. : Canal Zone Sciiools Division.

Baltimore Adman

Wants To Borrow j

Popes' Portraits.-'

Construction Bureau; a. W.

Smith, Health Bureau; E. L.'Far.

low, Civu Affairs Bureau; N. E.

Demers, Transportation and

Terminals i Bureau; and Q T.

jacason, Marine Bureau.

The chairmen for the military

services were cnapiain (col.) H.

F. Donovan, Army: Lt.-Com-

, i

paintings from which the PcimV;.,,?.

Force.

' Dr. Paoluccl In his r report

gratuiated tne committee and
Chairmen and stressed the im importance
portance importance of the valuable service
provided by hundreds of civil civilian
ian civilian and military employes whose

combined efforts made the

achievement of the campaign

goal a reality.

At .....

Mamp series were printea to

Baltimore advertising agency!

wnich win use the illustrations in

an exhibit "Operation Amigosi"

Louis E. Schecter. head of the

advertising agency, in discussing

tne loan or the paintings with post

master general C. Arrocha Graell

today.

If the loan Is approved, thev

will be sent to Baltimore for the

Jan. 2, 1957 exhibit, an annual e

vent at which, the three faiths. Ca

tholic, Protestant and Jewish par

ticipate, i v .'

The paintings of the Popes.: by

American artist Herndon Davis,

will remain on disolav fori one

week. 'i-i , I

Schecheter leaves tomorrow f or ( UP V President Eisenhower tack-

Ecuador and other South Amen- led a series of foreign policy prob prob-can
can prob-can countries to continue gathering lemi today in a conference with

material for the exhibit. Secretary of State John .Foster

The annual affair is part of the Dulles.

American Business council for In-

v.-t

Shortly before 9 n m. TW nnA v

neighbors had comnlainc ta th

police that m6torists, were usine

k m. 1 I . .

uie uwn ana Dart or n nii Ho.

wnw as a means oi na.ua 0 rmm

MDert Place to the back of the
commissary. Sibert Place is nowi

a aeaa-end street, f
The court was told that on the
evening in question, Miss Little
had been driving through Diablo
in an attempt to elude Ayers, who
was following her at the wheel of

another vehicle, i. :
' Being familiar with th area h

arove over the lawn between the
two streets. He followed,' driving

more cautiously since ne was un

certain of. the terrain.

, Tha Soviet appeal w dtll.
vertd to the United States,
France and an unditclosad num number
ber number of Europaan imbiulii in including
cluding including neutral A 11 t r I a and
Switiariand. -;(

? The' delcaration said the confer

ence would examine relations be.
tween the new organization and

the already existing atoms for for-peace
peace for-peace organization. . ;

In Pilots' Suit

US Armed Services
Chiefs Protest

Radford's Proposal

3

Boxes Will Be
Installed In Zone

Dulles Confers

With I ke Today
On Foreign Policy

GETTYSBURG. Pa My 13 -1

ternational Understanding which

1 1 j. ... Ti I

nag uvrn cuiiuucuiih a pilot pro project
ject project for President" Eisenhower's

"People to People Contacts plan,

Vice-President Rkhsrd M. Nix Nix-on
on Nix-on had planned to report to Mr,
Eisenhower on his recent far-east

ern tour; But the meeting was can-

devised to create better interna-, celled at the-last minute when he

tional understanding with L a t i n was advised a itorm here ruled ou

neighbors. 'flying. ;-

Three courtesy motorist mall

boxes are being installed in Canal
Zone communities by the Postal

Division.
One of the mail boxes will be in

stalled in front of the Civil Affairs

Building, one in front of the Cris

tobal Post Office, and one on Mar

garita Av-nue opposite Margarita

n- rer.. .......... ..

The new mail boxes may be us

ed br motorists without leavine

tneir cars or oy pedestrians. They

are similar, but larger, than the

one now in use at the Balboa Post

Office.

with the installation of the new

box at the Civil Affairs Building,
the two that are now there will be

removed.' Neither of those now in

use are located so that mail may
be posted from an automobile. I
- All the mail boxes will be paint painted
ed painted the standard red and blue col colors
ors colors with white lettering,

NEW YORK, July 13 (UTV-The

chiefs of the three armed servic

es have joined' in vigorous -protest

against a proposal by Adm. Ar

thur W. Radford to reduce the
armed forces by some. 800,000

men, the New York Times said to-

day:'

Times correspondent Anthony

Leviero said one reported tesult

of the revolt against Radford,

chairman of the Joint Chiefs of
Staff, is that' work on the joint

strategic objectives plan has been

postponed until after the presiden

tiai election. r

The chiefs were said to have ob objected
jected objected to Radford's proposal to re

duce the armed forces by some
800.000 men by 1960 on the grounds
that it would shrivel up U.S. arm armed
ed armed force" contribution to the de defence
fence defence of Europe, the Times, said
in dispatch from Washington.

Radford was reported to have

made a counter-proposal to esti

mates of force levels submitted by
the chiefs because he was dissatis

fied, the newspaper said.

Defense Department officials

were reported to have been alarm

ed by the political implications of

Radford s concept 01 poucy tor

the future of the armed forces, Le

vies said, and the result was an
order to postpone strategic plan

ning until alter tne aovemoer e
lection. 5;

' Figures to show fw

ama Canal and its piloU have at
excellent safer ri.,T

them "hearsay evidence.''
ham iincident typified the legi
battle in oroereu in h.

-Ti Tm,J edmhslorj' .
plaintiff attorney William Tv-
SOn Calll Cmmt 1

Hill Wt'H,
Compsny counsel David' Markm
and Dwieht McKahn kjnni

on the ground that Hill was inron

1 ; f8?1' oa e subint
They offered, however, to stipuiait '
to the court that the Canal's 1 pilj
force ia highly ? competent.

I h Alt n,t.J V:il, i. 4

inadmissible when he said hehar.
obtained his fimrca h taiinhnni

from the Marine Director's office- T

,-ruer,"noiner Canl P'lot, Capt
William f. Uun. 1: i r.

L TI "cn'or m aep
vice, bad become an "involuntary
witness for the defonria tit atthsmrfl

he had been called by the plairi

James R. Nellis

Fined $100 For
Driving Offense

James Richard Nellis. 24, A-

merican, was fined (100 in Balboa

Magistrate's Court this morning
on a charge of driving an automo automobile
bile automobile while intoxicated. .,...-..

He pleaded not guilty.
During his trial the court was

told that Nellis was observed driv driving
ing driving erratically along G a 1 1 1 a r d
Highway at 12:10 a.m. this morning.

Hearon had been r-alM fa Mam

tify documents Introduced by ihl
pilots to show that thev had h

considered by the Canal adminii 1

irauon" tor many years as wage
board employes. i
At the end Of his tMtimnn trt

the plaintiff, McKabney asked ih
he testify for the defense.

Hearon, a former towbaat
master, wat asked by McKab.

.r .. vpiiiinn pnoia wim
only towboat xprinc as
skilled as those with oxpariance
as masters of a-oinf ships.
Hearon replied that he consider
ed them as qualified as any otbel
pilot in Canal service. :
Capt. Clinton BaverstockJ a fon

mer master of Grace Line, ships
told the court that when he firs'
joined the Canal his salary as I
pilot was above that of such mas

ters, but six years later it wal
less than they were earning.
The case was recessed today ft
permit the court to hold in
monthly "Reno Dav't hearin? ii

divorce suits. 1 V

The pilots' suit trial, resumes fo
morrow morning, but will rece?l
at midday v .
Nursery Tale
TAMPA. Fls.. Julv' IS (trp

Police have rounded up the tevei
members of the "nurserv cane

aged S to 11. years. The childrei
had been stealing plants from 1
nursery for sale to residents a
IS cents each, police said Wedncs

ajr.

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Axt any Latten are pablisliad la fl e-de received.
Plana try te ktp the letter limited to oaa page kngth.
l-UaM. i utfw wrifra h held la strictest ceatidenca.

Tam aawsaeper enema aa retpoAtibility for stateawaM at apiRieat

asaressaa la leneis ma wwmn.
THE MAR BOX
WORKING HOURS
' "After the numerous letters, lecently, regarding a change to
hours at the Administration Building, I waited patiently to hear
of something being done about it. However, with the ensuing
sllencidertoBput to' my two cents' worth on t the subject
How about working from 7-to-U and 12-to-4, splitting the
time up evenly, instead of such a Ion? morning? Or. even bet bet-tcr,
tcr, bet-tcr, how about 7-to-ll:30 and 12-to-3:30? : I'd like that best of
all. Let's have some opinions. ; c ,, ..
... Mrs. Late Shopper

Labor News

And

Comment

ANYBODY SEE A WHALE?

Sir:

r i nrritincr vmi in regard tn some Information.

I was stationed in the Panama Canal Zone as a soldier
from 1941 to 1944. During that, time I don't remember the
ha mnnth hut a whale name ashore there at the

causeway that leads from the mainland to Fort Amador. Some
soldiers got the whale beached and assisted her with the birth
. of her little cne. Then when the tide came in they floated
i her out into the water again.
' I was telling some friends about it the other ,day and they
t seem to think it was a whale ;of a story; ju-s.

Now If you coulq help me convince, inem, wouia Bpretmic
it greatly'.- ... I .. ; .v,v: ;
, ., : .. Garthell Atkins ;
i-:, ;;: ; Mohnton R.D.2, pa.

Sir:

TELEPHONE COURTESY

Please Inform the gentleman (so-called 5t "the Military Per-

I

mnnpi nttirm. at Rnrimfln that he sure needs training and hi'

structions on. "How to use a telephone." Maybe he won't be
J, able to purchRse-a booklet, but if he is Interested in knowing
how, dial telephone 4-157, a Panama Canal Company outfit,
. and listen to the vast difference and the affable manner in the
J f answering of h telephone and the imparting of proper informa-
tlon as requested.' ; ; .
' v. .--.i An Advisor

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P"waapa"R"",aBRiRP,Rl

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By VICTOR RIESEL

To eet out to the front lines of

the great Hollywood strike some
years back, I grabbed a ride with
a tudio stage hands union offic

ial and stumbled on a gas masK

and helmet of .the. worid War
doughboy type.

: Inis was standard operating
equipment for those anti Com Communists
munists Communists who planned to get any

where near the communist picket

lines directed by a brawny fel

low who used to breaK arms lor a

section of the Painters Union,

during strikes.
Those of us who fought the Com-

munUt underground in the movie

colony took much abuse. We were

charged with everything from

Nazism to child beating. Mow a-

long comes the Fund f or The re republic
public republic witk a special report on
the movies which proves that we

were right all the time..
The funds' report on blacklist blacklisting
ing blacklisting in the movies reveals tQat
there was a blacklist a Com Communist
munist Communist run blacklist which bru brutally
tally brutally attempted to assassinate the
characters of stars, writers, dir directors,
ectors, directors, et all, of even the most
talented anti-Communists.
Says the report:
"There seems little doubt that
Communist Party members in
Hollywood tended to help their
friends and punish their enemies
. Writers exploited their close
relationship to, and influence over,

producers -to discourage t hem

from Hiring ana communists.
Secretaries who were party mem

bers were counted on to pass a a-long
long a-long unflattering rumors about
Certain actors their bosses were in
a position to hire .
"Character assassination aqd
violent personal attacks always

the big guns in the American!
Communists' artillery marked

most political disagreements in

Hollywood during its 'Red' period.
The personal lives and habits Of
political opponents (of the Com
munists) were fair game for lies

and exaggerations. Tipplers be

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' WASHINGTON It doesnt take' caused they condemned these
either a shrewd diplomat or a crimes? W

Washington columnist to report .wrong . 7" .'v

that some of the most important

even: m o years, ot Soviet his history
tory history are happening in the Com Communist
munist Communist world today. World Com Communism
munism Communism is at a crossroads.

But it does take even more than

Jospeh Clark in a Dail Wm.

er column headed "Lenin Is No
Icon To Hang On The Wall," pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds to warn against other Soviet
leaders besides Stalin. ?

Though. Statin's brutal misrule.

a shrewd diplomat ora Washing- w ,6 departure from Len Lenten
ten Lenten columniA to report Just what hy, theories," writes' Clark, "it
this Communist ferment means wouid b, to make 4 tiut'
and : what should be done out of Lenin or anybody else ;
about it.. p .r .; how absurd to think that in our
To try to diagnose the Commu-Miintrv th Jt,.!z.

nist seething, let's take a

look at it. Here are some of the

amazing developments develop-,

ments presenting tne umtea states

with golden opportunities which

some diplomats never dreamed

would happen in 'this generation:
In Italy Pietro Nenni, ; the

left-wing socialist hitherto playing

bailwitn Italian tommunisis, nas
berated Moscow and announced

that he is ready to join Western
social democracy. i

or years, secretary iiuiies'

brotner Allen, head of Central In Intelligence,
telligence, Intelligence, has been trying to fig figure
ure figure out a way to win over Nenni.
tight -years ago in itaiy I tried

to get Menni to participate in the

tnendsnip Train reception. ; He
stuac wiu tne Communists. But
last week he took a public stand
against communism. This could
pave the way tor a solid demc demc-ciauc,
ciauc, demc-ciauc, ? fcentral-CathoUc govern government
ment government in Italy. It's the most im important
portant important development since the end

ot tne. war. -!;,,

In Poland Workers and peas peas-auus,
auus, peas-auus, resuess against .' commu

nism, have been wiot down by a

.1.,..' 1: J uvtiu. Koiiun ui
Closer, the RllSHllin revnlntinn fnn (...

any apphcatwa. How sad that

some Marxists to this very day
take a pamphlet by Lenin and in instead
stead instead of studying' it for its. es essence,
sence, essence, substitute it for a study
of America." yj

HOWARD FAST DISCOVERS
, .: AMERICA :
' But the most scathing criticism
of Moscow, the most soul-searching
reaching for America, was
written in the Daily Worker by the
Communist novelist, Howard Fast,
who went to jail in 1947 for refus
ing to answer congressional 'tues
tions. ,- .;U-ji J
"It- (Khrushchev's speech) is
strange and awful document,"
wrote Fast, "perhaps without par parallel
allel parallel in history;, and one must
face the fact that it itemizes a
record in barbarism and para paranoiac
noiac paranoiac blood Just that will be a last
ing and shameful memory to civ civilized
ilized civilized man r -.
"I for one. looked hooefullv tint

vainly at the end of the document

government supposed to represent for a pledge that the last execu

Gardner's 18 months away from bum: "Marilyn Monroe 'Singi5."ie
tha IT S 'is uo this mnnth MakAi Hpr lint nnmher i. "IHor v.

and, protect women and peasants.

or years, jfoiisu-Anieiicans id

the United otates have been try-;

ing to encoiuage sucn a move

ment. Ever since 1951, the Cru

sade for ireeuora has been send

ing friendship ... freedom balloon
UluiSata 10 ul8( Irtioji.e uf 1 OJiUu.

nuw.uverwgni.,, we roiisu people

nav snown weir ire agamsi Mos-

In Czechoslovakia Riotous stu

dents have been demanding more

of two her eligible for a hefty tax reduc- Get What You Want You Don't

". 'Jlv.1' "Tabos). whorecentlv became a fe-tion. But i the loves s Spain and Want It' ... .Have you heard the

taius uiuiuaiua, Aiuia irewiuv .- - - i ,ft i.,--n kl 1cm 7' f,,n. i,.t u . a j nave uccu uciuauuuis inwo
bawds; the mildly prejudiced were (via surgery), has a W-kN won ,t th''4V"l,ttt j .At,.M 111 lindepeuuenee, more, weeatm ox
hirrnri into littia Hltfors. I at Engagement ring rom his Sep- charms didnt melt the Hungarian Italy? It is "Infatuation- m the .,flri Th ciach nenma have been

- ----- ------ t i A v rriak ha;a-i f 'apiaiii at as a par w otneAn vieti

VVllOUl fab ; aV RlCVu AblUQ1rU .PA 7 AAiei
to see her father in Budapest
(Iron Curtain territory) .Lin-

tu. v.a 'i,. lemDer groora-io-uo. tug aciuu,

charges ttat' there was a "com- (A.C.G.) of a rich Dallas family
mSbkckUst" I Crne. lovely model,
I who hoped to wed Jack ("Mr.
'Wonderful"). Carter, has flown to

wmfindthar

da; Lombard (of the Latin Quar

ter) may : elope, with maestro Al

Lombardy.. . .Marion premmger

list nftpri tnnV tha form of A .vaiene rrencn, ium auuess, w-"j

par UMa nr .A mesninffful shrue : meiung. neu re-iueiA. r?

--- C V I a-".lw. A I.lkA Mil I I MAAWVU IV Kl

j mtJk a j p7mv
this week) was the Belle, of El

in a conference room. The com-

fmunists efforts to keep their op

ponents out of the industry were
undoubtedly politically -: inspired
but thev relied laraelv on a noli

tical gossip and innuendo ('so and

so drinks too much, you know;
he isn't very reliable or; 'he'll
never do justice to the part; he's
just not the type,' or, 'she's such
a terrible reactionary and a trou trouble
ble trouble maker, too: I don't know why
you'd want to have her around')."

The punctuation in the above
3uote is the personal property
the Fund For the Repuolic
"The over all evidence Indicat Indicates
es Indicates that people were hurt by this
kind of sneak attack. . i i-i
i i-i You bet they were hurt. I know
one anti .- Communist' writer who
hired a literary agent to sell him

to the studios. The writer did not
know that the literary agent was

Morocco Satdee at 2:30 a. m. The
crowd Atonoed mamboins -. and

Veiled their glee as she showed

the experts how u mouw xe
Done Without Shoes. (Wowl) i .
If Harry Belafonte's gittet player
is convicted in Philly (on the nar narcotics
cotics narcotics rap) Belafonte can't use
him in ; New York. Our cabaret
law prohibits it.-. .If a Democrat
becomes Prez Mr. Truman will
be the new Secy of State. .Phil
Silvers cannot. use the name "Sgt.
Bilko" unless author. Nat Hiken
inwner of, the nrocram) permits.

Next time Phil will read the small
orint.V. .Description of Roberta

Sherwood (she Sher-Did!)

Sings For The Lovers Who Lose.

The President' plans another
talk to the nation on how he feels.

(Newspapers and TV) . ; Lady

One of the 9 names In show

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also a communist agent by the Koraa widow of the film producer,

iniuais u. mis curamuwsi re- j ,teady-dating David Metcalfe,
ceived over $100,000 worth of wnt- Hig fadd'w best-manned at the
Ing offers from the studios for m-,er 0f the Duke of Windsor

his client and in each case turned t0 wally. .Elaine Aiken is no
them down saying his man was ionger achin for Tony Perkins,
unavailable while all the time Her newy is Mark Damon. .Ten .Ten-the
the .Ten-the writer used up his savings nessee wiUiams has a new play,
desperately looking for work. I "Orpheus," for Magnani. Realiz Realiz-The
The Realiz-The report also substantiates our mg strain it i is for her (in
charges over the past 10 years khe English language) he'll per per-the
the per-the Communists "achieved eu.ia- mit ner t0 do it only 2 or 3 months
ble positions of power and influ-'on B'way. Then a film. .Col.
ence ... so that a solid body ofjB0ris Burtis (prexy of U.S. Vita Vita-public
public Vita-public opinion could be mobilized' min Corp.) and model Rosalie Ver Ver-when
when Ver-when the Party set out ta accom-!non preter the corners of theFoun theFoun-P'ish
P'ish theFoun-P'ish a goal." tain Room at Hampshire Bouse.

me rariy cunirunea unions as
well as jobs and ran a blacklist
in the technical movie studio field

biz) who attended Red Front meet

ings with playwright Arthur Miller
(which he refused to reveal) is
a leading man in Bway hits. iA
few N.Y; correspondents for for for-eign)
eign) for-eign) papefs non-Iron Curtain) are
suspctedy of espionage shy Uricle
Sant.' Allegedly acted as jRed go go-betweens.
betweens. go-betweens. .Dick -Haymes and
pre'ty Kjtty Kelly'niade their mu mutual
tual mutual admiration, public, at the Lit Little
tle Little Club and Majors. Cabin among
other boites.s .Is Martha Raye'a
divorce final? Wilt she marry Al
Riddle when she nlays Vegas? '.
Anything to the duzz. that former
Miss America Marilyn Buford will

She1 re-wed Frank Barberb, Italo mov

ie exec? . .And wahdat about
Gloria DeHaven? Her new A-l
romantic sauce they say,. is last
named Parma, .A. famed film
magnate was Elba'tf to the coast
after a fracas with two nespaper nespaper-men.
men. nespaper-men. .Another kid who rates big
with the Copa Lounge crowd: Pret

ty Patti; Prince; ; i 3

The Colony Music Shop (near

52nd and Bway) features Arthur

Miller's album "Death of a sales salesman"
man" salesman" and "Tha Crucible." Along Alongside
side Alongside the proprietor placed the al

as well as in the creative fields.

Says the report, "The Commun-

Kim Smith," a dick In Summer
stock at Litchfield (Conn.), phoned
F.Himrdo Altman. the sem king.

in the middle of the night. To

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ists saw it (The Conference of mma un next morn with scads of

Studio Unions) as a base for Party Bagels and Lox from the Stage

Now these are the people we becomes Mrs. Bert Sraollet (West

fought when they came east fori chesterite) July 15 ... Anti De De-jobs
jobs De-jobs in the theater, in TV and 01 tarnation League exec A. Forster
radio. The fight in the east is de.lwill testify for the Gov't in the
nounced by the Fund as some sort probe of the Fund for the Repub Repub-of
of Repub-of conspiracy. Why is it wrong lie's TV-H'wood blacklist charges

to fight in the east the same au-h .The col m regrets ouending

paratus we fougnt on the west anyone witn iu recent quips on

coast?

ATTENDANCE RECORDS
MARENGO,, la. (UP) -Adult
school classes were : start started
ed started here 18 years ago for 10 weeks
each fall starting in mid-September,
and Mrs. Oscar Misel has not
missed a class. But she is pushed
hard for the perfect attendance
record. Feme Halverson has had
a perfect attendance for 17 years,
Bernice Gilmore for 15, Oscar Mi Misel
sel Misel and George V. Fiser for 14,
Merwyn Betz and Mrs. H. A. Wit
lenbrock for 11 and Mrs. G. G.
Bellamy for 10.

Dnhiin's new Lord Mayor, the

first1 Jewish chief magistrate in
Ireland.. Confrere Dan Parker, an

Irish gentleman, has been publish

ing simnar sanies in tne aiirror,
too. No doubt colyumist Harry
Hirshfield will, also. (Oyl)
More amazing, we, think, is the
fact that Dr. Isaac Herzog (Chief

Rabbi f Israel) is -Irish! (Oy-j

rish?) . .Interesting headline
from Paris via Router's News

Aeencv: "Know How You Got

That Ulcer? It's Jealousy

' Ty Power is rushing 23 year old
Jill Melford, dghtr of British actor

Jack Melford. She's in the film)
hat1 m A 1r in ff In ll-tJn An

m uiniu six awaavaiaa

i aimtatsMtataHwa.

album. "Honeymoon in Rome" 7 H"""'"" """"."V" "I!"

aAn .n ,nAi j" ueiiiaiiuiiiK m Anuw wuy vuuuuu-
fci&l1" .lth M leaders' were shot or hanged
'Silrni.''1f Ui independence of
Sand nZ I JSt hn eiiTlt0 an1 'llt0 now feted
were ana renting a 3-room hotel' .. u,m..i in v

For five years the Crusade for
Freedom hg. oeen sedmg prop propaganda
aganda propaganda banons across tne Iron

curtain into Czecnosiovakia. Sud-

suite (for himself!) he got bored
and hired a car back to Broadway,
The helicopter cost $800 . Ro Roberta
berta Roberta Sherwood starts at the 500

uud, Atlantic City, July 28th

denly the Iron Curiam seems to

(Alice Poole) died last week. Alien

was the one weepy Luise Rainer
(playing Anna Held in that famed
phone talk scene) begged: "Please
Alice, Make Flo talk to me?'V
Ciu 'is i .mi 1 iv. ,''-;,,c,i:i ; j!

PI.. rT- f.Ul. 1 .. 1

x?rJXlv p,ionf,.P evaporate, Suddemy Czecn ;. stu

dents go furtner than the fondest
dreams 04 American propagan propagandists;,
dists;, propagandists;, 'X;"i"-r'- 4'" :.Y.j. v-;
ii France, "Belgium, Denmark,
Britain -n Communist parties are
in bitter,-reunion a.tai"'- t:

Commiiiui.i leads

' W lie wfMartlcV ewisa'ew iocai
act (oprning at the Copa) they

never bucked the Sulin reiu

with 1 a y g h j. You of terror.; Maurice t horez, tne

act'

is v loaded

won't believe the split-talk, we are
told, when you hear how senti sentimental
mental sentimental they get dueting 4,Pard 4,Pard-ners"
ners" 4,Pard-ners" and "Side by Side'T .. .Don
Symington is no kin to the Senator
by that name. He doesn't claim to
be. Conclusion-jumpers thawt he
was. .Betty Low rates high with
Carlton Carpenter. ,". Martha
Wright warbles with the Minnea Minneapolis
polis Minneapolis and- Providence Symphonies
this Summer. -, .You mean you
haven't heard Acquaviva's dreamy
album "Music for Your Midnight
Mood"? (Oh, Man) .Si Oli Oliver's
ver's Oliver's ex-wife Billie (now a band bandleader
leader bandleader arranger) and Canadian
lumber heir Jack Tranahan are a
Chiayentone's duetching.
Lynn Stanton, newcomer-thrush
at Mettle's Town Crest (on 49th)
says that since the mention biz

jumped from 1 percent to 100.

(Well, child, how about the boss
taking an ad?) .The James Dean
Memorial Foundation starts to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at the Bird 'n Glass. Sam Sammy
my Sammy Davis, Jr., Skitch, Dick Adler
and Nick Adams among the celebs
to welcome Jimmy's kin mak making
ing making their initial trip to our Sinful
Town. They arrived yesterday. ,.
Lee Reynolds (Gleason's secy) and

ion 1 are in harmony,

tioO had taken nlace on Soviet soiL

I looked for a pledge of civil rights,
for the sacred right of habeas
corpus, of public appeals to high-"
er. courts of final judgment by
one's peers rather than by pro professional
fessional professional judges . ' ; v
"Instead I learned that three
more executions had been announced-'
from the Soviet Upion
and my stomach turned over with
the blood letting, with the mad madness
ness madness of vengeance and counter
vengeance, of suspicion and coun counter
ter counter suspicion; L ; v i
''I don't think anything that hap-
pened or is happening here in
these United States could' make
me an enemy of the United States,
a -land I love so deeply and which
has given me so much -i A
"Where I failed miserably ,' and
where I swear by all that is holy
that I shall not fail again-was
in not exercising the same judg judgment,
ment, judgment, toward the Soviet Union,
. "Never again will I remain si
lent, when I can recognize injus injustice
tice injustice regardless of how that in injustice
justice injustice may be wrapped in the
dirty : -linen s of expediency or
necessity.'' : 1 .j.
These ai; ,5 ci i ::;Iits

of what is happening i U,r tom-

. reucii Communist who uaed to
spend his summer vacations as

otaun s guest, wul probably be early, column

oooiea out or iuce v
In tne. Uiuieu OvA.es Commu Communist
nist Communist leaders are so bewildered
tney' are almost; running around
in circles. How bewildered they
are, how bitter at their leaders,
both past and present, ; is illus illustrated
trated illustrated by the New York Daily
Worker. ;
DAILY WORKER REVERSES

The Daily Worker's own teeth teeth-gnashing
gnashing teeth-gnashing editorials are more elo

quent tnan anyiamg I could write
of what is happening in the Com Communist
munist Communist mmli.--'-'"-""'-""'-
"The blind and Uncritical atti attitude
tude attitude of- the Daily Worker in past
years to the repression of the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union . ." says the Daily
Worker of itself in chastising it itself
self itself for not challenging the rule
of Stalin.
"We are wholly ignorant that
these crimes had been com committed,"
mitted," committed," moans the Daily' Work Worker,
er, Worker, "yet there was reputable
denunciation of many people as

evidence had we but 'listened.
How then explain our consistent
denunciation of many people as

munist orld today. Just wiiat it
means just what we should do

about it, will be discussed in an

singer Larry Carr (at the Pygmal-'enemies' of the working class be.

DAVEY CROAKIT-No coon coon-skin
skin coon-skin cap for Luther Reese, 14,
ot Leavenworth, Kan. His pet
frog caps any situation calling
for a head covering.

BEAUX BOWS Latest thing

in fads for teen-age frauleins
Is all tied up to summer with
pretty ribbon. West Berlin lass,

I above, models the sunglasses'
ribbon combination. -.

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H. Holder in Santa Cruz.
Prospects of providing guests all
the fun and frolic that sucn an ac activity
tivity activity can give, were thoroughly
dcussed. Reservations lor the
hall of the Santa Crus service cen
ter have already been made and
the services of La Sonoramica or orchestra
chestra orchestra have been engaged for the
occasion.
- The date of the dance is Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, Aug. 25 starting at 6' pm. un
til three a.m. Invitations are pros
entlv being issued.
The next meeting of the Cluh
will be held at the home of
Mischal on July 27.
additional cost "i
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time
- PAY LATER

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II 27 Organ To Be
Dadlcsled July 22
h SI. Christopher's

A concert of sacred music will
be presented at St. Christopher's
Episcopal Church, Rio Abajo, Ju
ly S, in connection with the dedi dedication
cation dedication of a new organ. :
. Among those to be heard will
be: Earl C. Keeney, organist of
the Cathedral of St Luke: Lucho
Mufioi, nationally renowned organ,
ist. Miss Felicia Williams, and the
Rev. Allan R. Wentt, soloists; and
the Choir Guild of St Christopher's
Cbnrch.- ;.-:-.
Tickets for the concert are avail
able from members of the church.
SUNDAY SERVICES
The regular services will be con
ducted at St. Christophers Epis
copal Church, Rio Abajo, Sunday,
in observance of the 7th Sunday
after Trinity., ;
Baha'isTo Hear
Lecture Tonight;
ByMrs.Berest
' Mrs. Jean Berest will serve to.
night as quest-sneaker fof the Ca
nal zone Baha'is, at the Wirz
Memorial HalL at 8 p.m. She will
speak on "The Im mortality of the
Soul." V-' ' . v.:' ?" I
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the public. An informal dicussion
will follow, the lecture. 1

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For Talks With Tito, Nehru

BELGRADE, July 13 (UP) E-and the Arab-Israeli dispute
gyptian President Gamal Abdel would be the main topics along
Nasser arrived here yesterday for with discussions of relations with
talks with Yugoslav President Ti- the new Kremlin leadership.
to and Indian Premier Jawaharlal Both Nasser and Tito were ex ex-Isehrq
Isehrq ex-Isehrq on just where their trium pected to discuss ways and means

rii-ate stands id the cold war.

) : i Yugoslavia gave Nasser a royal
' welcome when he arrived aboard
, a specially chartered airliner
sleamine in the creen and white

Egyptian colors. In a planeside
statement, the Egyptian chief of

national position attained by Yu Yu-,
, Yu-, goslavia."

Yugoslavia m turn, referred to

the meeting of Nasser and Tito

' as one of "two fighters for peace

and independence.
Both officials were to be joined
July 18 by Nehru who now is tour touring
ing touring western Europe.

Sources in Belgrade denied re reports
ports reports from Cairo that the three
men would try to hammer out a

1 1 'third force" to bridge the gulf

Between the East and west.
Both Nasser and Nehru are a

vowed neutrals in the cold war. Ti Tito,
to, Tito, friendly with the West.made

his peace with Russia in a state

visit last month to Moscow.

But the Yugoslav press denied
that the meeting of the three men

was' "neutralist' m tne strict
aense. I
The phrase used here was "un-1
' committed" to described the three.
-. nations. I

. ; No agenda was announced for
the talks which will start here to tonight
night tonight and conclude July 19 in a
" three-way conference at the re re's.
's. re's. 8ori of Brioni. It was expected
however, that East-West relations

of setting along with Russia with

out winding up under Soviet dom

ination.

Oberservers here doubted, how

ever, tnat tne conference wouiu

result in any concrete decisions.

Nasser was received with pomp
and ceremony befittting his rank.
Tens of thousands of Yugoslavs
lined the streets to cheer him. .Yu

goslav and Egyptians flags hung

in prolusion, occasional signs sam,
in Arabic, "Welcome Nasser." The

government proclaimed nim
"great" friend.
Suicide Verdict
In Death Of Boy

Who Hanged Self

CORYDON. Ind., July 13 'UP)
A verdict of suicide was return

ed today In the death of Dale
Kitterman, 12. who hanged him

self by a rope from a tree 'Imb
after balking at a parental order

to mow tne lawn.

NO GAME TODAY

CORNWALL, Conn. (UP)

Colonial-clad women had to post

pone a celebration marking the
100th t anniversary of a covered

bridge which withstood the rav

ages of last year's floods. It

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4:00 Ray Mllland Show
4:30 Masquerade Party
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8:00 Colgate Comedy Hour
1:00 Justice
:30 Two For The Money
10:00 Boxing
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2:30 Paul Winchell
3:00 Armed Forces Hour
4:00 Encore
5:00 Captain Gallent
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4:00 Panorama News
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S:00 Caesar's Hour
9:00 Highway Patrol
;J0 Jackie Gleason- Show-
10:30 Hit Parade
11:00 News
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2. -TOWN,SWALLj.....-, F. Alvarez 121 : : j
3. -EMPIRE HONEY .....w- C. Sanchez 121

7.-ROSIER .......I B. Aguirre 121

4-MOSSADEQ R. Vasquez 121
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TRANSPORTES BAXTER. $ A,
Pecker 5hippr TTTTl
rtr-Jz1 2-256
U.ra RMi"
PANAMA RIDING SCHOpi.
Ridint fr Jumping 2f
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HARNETT & DUNN
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Studio El Panami Hotel
-WE will rellev Jonr"
FOOT-TROUBLE
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CHIROPODIST V
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ORTEPEDIA MACIONAJL
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. Call 31466
Panama Pj-sonnel ;
Canal Zone Ladies
For Smart and Lovely Hair
try our
: Double Lanoline Wave
Y.M.CA. Beauty Salon
V Tel 2-3677
1954 Willys Station Wagon
in good condition. Price
$1,500 easy terms. Call
Eisenmann, phone 2-4505.
GARRARD Automatic
; Recordcliangers
Just received new ship ship-Jment
Jment ship-Jment of famous English
; hi-fi record-changers,
' new model R.C. 88.
, SALES SERVICE
PARTS
r- MUEBLER1A
CASA SPARTON
Central 26-79 (ext to
; Encanto Theatre)
p.S. We also have
25 cycle motors.
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
' fV- t Quotations by
V i ARIAS, MATVSSI ASSOOATICS
v ( Bid Ask
lAtuttoIr Naclonal ...... 19 .50
'Bancc fiduciarlo 411
Blokmlgon 18
rammta Panama 73 75 50
Cerrecerla Naclonal .... 82
Chlrlcana do Leche .... 11
Clayco
Coca Cola 1 50
Cuentas Comerelales
fret with Con. 138
DasUladora Naclonal ... 14 1
flnanelere Istmefia v
Prel with Com. Ml
Finanias, S. A.
fret, with Com. r 12
fuena J Lu-Pref. ... 4T1I
Iguana t Lust Com. ... 30
Bottles biteramerlcanos, 8 34
General da Segirro .... U
Pananena do Aeeltes 80
PatitDiefia d Fibre ... .80
Panamefia do Seguro ..15 17
Fanimefla de Ttbseo .. 10 11 13
Teetro Bellavlsla ...... T50
Teatro Central : 860
(Commercial Notlcet

FOR SALE 1
Household

FOR SALE. S-pic wicker tt.
double bd. 2 refrigerators, 1940
Nash. Gam'aoa 6-495.
FOR SALE: Fear madam chain
used at sofa, mad by Caw.
One-third ariglaal cast $100 for
tha foar. Phona 3-1227.
FOR SALE: 60-cycl Frigidair.
fully automatic washing machia
and dryw, lik naw. Kobba 5207.
FOR SALE; Stove, wringer typ
washing machine, refrigerator.
6 -piece Raftan living room sat,
wrought iron coif e table, end
tables, lamps, mahogany side sideboard,
board, sideboard, 5-piece mahogany bed bedroom
room bedroom sat. Call Panama 3-2232.
FOR SALE: Bedroom, dining
room and children set. Brand
new never been ased, made to
order. All cedar. Owner leaving
country. See at Transport Bax Baxter
ter Baxter or call 3-0898 tor appoint appointment.
ment. appointment. FOR SALE: Chinese living i
set in very good condition. 43rd
Street No. 12. Phona 3-0694.
FOR SALE: Complete Rattan
living room et $250; mahogany
dining table and chairs $90;
mahogany telephone table $15;
rocking chair $12.50; dresser
$10; water heater $45; kitchen
step stool $5. Phono 3-6972.
FOR SALE: Bedroom and din din-ingroom
ingroom din-ingroom set, Chinese bar, desk,
chests, chairs, ate. Phone turun turunda
da turunda 1301. Quarter 566-A.
FOR SALE: 6025-cycle con.
sole R.C.A., Vincent model 21 21-inch
inch 21-inch television. Phono 2-4216.
LESSONS
NEW SPANISH course for Eng.
liih speaking people at Univarti Univarti-;s
;s Univarti-;s ty of Panama from July 23 to
September t. Classes in morning
' hours on Monday, Wednesday
and Thursday. Beginners from 9
'.to .10 a.m. Intermediate from
10o 11, Advanced from II to
1 1 2. Registration at Secretary's
. ftttir.
Position Offered
WANTED: Panama Riding
School. Qualified riding Insruc Insruc-tor.
tor. Insruc-tor. Call 2-2451 or 2-2562,
Transport Baxter, S.A,
PERSONALS
Sermon Topic Tonight, 7 o'clock
"Knots in the Devil's Tale."
CHURCH OF CHRIST, 6851
Balboa Rd. Everybody welcome.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED : Child's used tricy tricycle
cle tricycle and wagon. Call Balboa 1214.

Special Sale on Cameras Leica, Alpa, Robot,
' Linhof Rectaflex on July 14 and 16 only.
"PORRAS"
' Plaxa S de Mayo, Panam i.

NEVER SAY

Miss Borchers has been one of the top .stars In Europe
for some time, having won tbe British Film Academy Award
as "the outstanding foreign actress of 1954,? and she may
well garner a flock of American awards as well for ber sen
sitive portrayal of a Viennese chanteuse in "Never Say
Goodbye." Her performance is polished, moving; and vir virtually
tually virtually flawless. "NEVER SAY GOODBYE" is filmed in tech
nicolor and OPENS ON WEDNESDAY IB at the CENTRAL.

FOR SALE
Automobiles

FOR SALE: 195.4 Mercury
Custom 2-ton 4-door sedan,
new whitewall tires, duty paid,
$1750. Call Octavio Ramos, Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone Panama 2-1463.
FOR SALE: 1955 Pontiae 4. ;
' door sedan, canary yellow, white.
wall tires, standard shift, perfect
condition. 1955 Chevrolet "210"
coup, power glide, whit side.
, wall tires and many extra, ax.
Calient condition. 1952 Chevro-'
let 4-door sedan, power glide,'
many extras. 1953 Pontiae Cat-
alina, olive green, hydramatie,
radio," whitewall tires, ivory top
and many extras, perfect condi.
tion. 1951 Pontiae Catalina, sat.
urn gold. 1953 Chevrolet Bel.
ir, radio, standard shift, .tc. All
in good mechanical conditioa
and good price. Autos Eisenman,
beside Coca-Cola Plant, v Phone
2-2616 and 2-4966.
FOR SALE: 1 954. Plymouth 6 6-cyl.
cyl. 6-cyl. Station Wagon, undercoat,
ad, $1700. Can be financed.
Phone Coroxal 2144 or evenings
Curundu 4298.
FOR SALE: 1953 Super "88"
Oldsmobile, automatic transmis.
: sion, powar brakes, shaded glass,
' radio, whitewall tires, duty paid.
Call Panama 3-4870.
FOR SALE: Duty paid 1948
Pontiae convertible, good top,
good running condition, $200 or
bett offer. Phone Balboa 2-2863.
FOR SALE: 1955 duty paid
Nash Rambler Country Club, air air-conditioned,
conditioned, air-conditioned, radio; whitewall
tires, all extras, Ian than 12,000
miles. Kept lik naw. A real buy
at $1895. Phono Mr. Rodrick,
Panama 2-1881 or 3-6792.
. FOR SALE: .1955 Buick con.
vertible, like new, 20,000 miles,
fully equipped, $2000. Curundu
phone 6206. House 2151-B.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
BelAir Station Wagon, 4-door,
6-cyl., powergllde, fully quip quipped
ped quipped except radio, 10,000 miles,
lik new $1995. Qtra. 88 Al Al-farook.
farook. Al-farook. Phone 5219. Must sell
rbetor Julya4r ', i ,u..0uJ
7"M'..?r.".-
I Til
FOR SALE' 1950 Chevrolet
Deluxe 2-door, perfect condition.
Inquire El Cangreg Garage, tel telephone
ephone telephone 3-4995. r
FOR SALE
J Real Estate
FOR SALE; Lot of land 663
square meters, 6th Avanu, San
1 Francisco, $4 square meter. Tel Tel-epheqe
epheqe Tel-epheqe 3-3021 and 3-4369.
f
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SAL!: 25-eycle motor for
Easy Spindrier $10. Balboa 2 2-6386.
6386. 2-6386. GOODBYE..
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MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031. ANCON. CX
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
SAN JOSE INN, in San Josa,
Costa Rica, offer a delightful
all-expense three-day tour in
cool and beautiful Costa Rica for
$52.50 por parson in group of
tw or more people. For reserva reservations
tions reservations or information, write or
wir SAN JOSE INN, San Jose,
'Costa Rica.. :
DR. WENDEHAKI Medical Clin Clinic.
ic. Clinic. Day-Night narvic. Opposite
Chase Bank. Phon 2-3479
Panama.- "'
NOTICE: AccoMrio Caton.
S.A., hereby announces that our
new telephone number is 2 2-4970.
4970. 2-4970. At number 12-129, and
f Stadium.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 1 talking parrot
and cage $55. 2-2964,.
FOR SALE: Tw surveying
transits, cheap. Need minor re repairs.
pairs. repairs. Information Phon 2-3224
Canal Zone.
FOR SALEr-1 2-cylinder 10.
hp. Kermath marine angina, lik
new; 1 C02 fir extinguisher
Lbs.-15; 1 12-gauga shotgun,
like new. Phon 2-1358 Bal.
Bids win be received in the of of-fice
fice of-fice of the Supply and Employe
Service Director, Balboa Heights
r th General Manager, Com Com-mistary
mistary Com-mistary Division, Mount Hope,
Canal Zone until 10:00 a.m. on
Thursday, August '16, 1956,
when they will b opened in pub pub-lie,
lie, pub-lie, for furnishing 1,200 each
Beef Steers to the Commissary
Division, from September I, 1956
through December 31, 1956.
Invitation for Bid Forms, with
full particulars, may b obtain obtain-cd
cd obtain-cd in the office of the Supply
and Employe Service Director,
Balboa Heights, or of tha Gen General
eral General Manager,. Commissary Divi.
sion, Mount Hop, Canal Zone.
FOR SALE: Singer sawing ma machine
chine machine with motor. Cheap. Very
food condition. Avenida Josa
.Franoisca de la Ossa No. 75, A-
partment 4.-a'
FOR SALE: Crossbow without
strip, naw; rubber hunting boots,
sii 8, new. Call Bal. 1214.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS EMPTY SACKS FOR
SALE. Sealed bid for apaning
in public will be received until
10:00 a.m. August 10, 1956 in
the office af tha General Man Manager,
ager, Manager, Commissary Division, Mr.
Hop, Canal Zon for 10,000
only empty Dairy Feed tacks to.
cated at Mindi Dairy Farm, 11,.
000 empty rice sack and 20,.
000 empty potato sack located
at tha Mount Hope Abattoir af
tha Commissary Division. Invite-
tion CD-56-5 may be obtained
from tha office of the Supply
and Employee Srvic Director,'
Balboa Height, or of the Gen General
eral General Manager, Commissary Divi. -tion,
Mt. Hop. Canal Zona.
FOR SALE: Model 740-deluxa
30.06 rifle, case, 5 power
' mounted scape, shall, cost
$253. will sail $150. "357'
Mapnum highway patrolman
S&W pistol with cleaning equip.,
lik new $75. Curundu, Phon
6206, hoasa 2151-B.
HAKE EXTRA MONEY Big Cash
Profits Full or spar Time Sell Per Persona)
sona) Persona) Christmas cards 25 for US 11 95
Name Imprinted. Sample free. Also
25 beeutlful box assortments. Write
Air Mall CYPHERS CARD CO, 75
W. Huron St, Buffalo, N.Y.
FOR
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FOR RENT
! Apartments

ATTENTION C LI Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, not, cold w a t a s.
Phone, Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart,
ment an Ricarde Aria Street,
Camp Alegr. Bathroom, maid'
room, hot water, near Via Espa Espa-ia.
ia. Espa-ia. Phone 3-6846 or 2-2341.
FOR RENT Apartment 2 bed.
rooms, dining room, sitting room,
maid's room with bath, large
kitchen, large bathroom, hot wa water,
ter, water, apartment wall screened, 25
square meters insid apartment
for lauadry, drying and ironing,
large closers, garaga, house num.
ber 5, Eusebio A. Morales Ave.
in "El Cangrejo," corner bous.
Phon Panama 3.0579.
FOR RENT: Furnished modern
apartments, screened, inspected,
one and two bedrooms Call 2-
3065.
FOR RENT; Modern one-bedroom
apartment. Stove, hot wa water,
ter, water, refrigerator, air-conditioned.
Campo Alegr. Phon after 6
p.m. 3-4242.
FOR RENT: Apartment, mod modern
ern modern building: 2 bedrooms, maid's
room, 2 baths, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, porch, garage,
$110, at El Cangrejo, "G" St.,
"Caracas" Building. See De Cas Castro,
tro, Castro, Avenue "B" No. 24. Phon
2-1616.
FOR RENT: Apartment 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, maid's room, 2 baths,
parlor-dining room, kitchen,
porch, garage, $100.."Anayan $100.."Anayan-si,"
si," $100.."Anayan-si," Bella Vista, N. Obarrio St.
No. 23. near "El Baturro." See
De Castro, Avenu "B" No. 24.
Phon 2-1616.
FOR RENTr -Small, nicely fur fur-nished
nished fur-nished apartment or room. Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful residential section. 43rd
Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Apartments, $40
and $25. Jos Agustin Arango
Street 501 0-A. Inquire same
address, Apt. 12 er 7th Street
3, Parque Lefcvre.
FOR RENT.- Famished or un un-.
. un-. furnished one-bedroom modern
apartment, garage. 168 Via Be
' lisari form.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart,
meats, Uelle Vista $65 and $75.
Frigidair, gas atov. garaga.
Phona 3-1648.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart,
ment. Camp Alegr, cool. Calf
3-0972. s
TURNABOUT State Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Committee in Kentucky
has nominated former Gov.
Lawrence Wetherby to run in
November for the remaining :
four-year term of the late Sen.
Alben W. Barkley. Nomination ,'
is tacit disapproval of Gov. A.
B. Chandler's interim appoint appointment
ment appointment of Joseph J. Leary to fill
the vacancy until the Novem-5
ber elections. Wetherby has
been allied with Sen. Earje C.
Clements .. (D-Ky) who has 'l
been engaged in a factional
scrap with Governor Chandler.-
a CHOICE
l5
iS- LOTS tor
....
. p 1 1 n ....
Ave, Eloy Alfaro 15-159
Tel. 2-0610

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RESORTS

; Spend your week ends at Rie
mmr, rne oesr oarnmg aeacn m
the Republic, with all conve conveniences.
niences. conveniences. Moderate prices. Tha
naw management is anxious ta
erv yu.
PHIUIPS Oceonsid Cottaaas,
Santa Clara. Bos 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama, 1-1877. Crist,
bal 3.1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mil past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phon Panama 2-1515..
BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel' comfortable houses.
Phone Thompson Balboa 1772.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: Space appropriate
for office, beauty parlor, .com.
mercial, at exclusive El Cangre- t
jo, on Avenue Argentina, naw
building,' nam of 'Monterrey."
Sea Da Castro, Avenue "B" N,
24. Phon 2-1616.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT. Furnished chalet
in Coco del Mar: 3 bedrooms,
hot' water, living and dining
room, maid's room, garag. TU
ephon 3-3005.
FOR RENT Vacation quarter
for two month. 3-bedroom con.
Crete house completely furnish,
d including Television. Front
and back patio, large enclosed
backyard, $125 par month. Call
3-3866. ..
FOR RENT:-. House. 3 room
with running pip water, 5000
squar meter land in Maria Eu Eu-nia,
nia, Eu-nia, Chilibre, $12. Suitabl far
retired C.Z. employ. 112 Via
Belisario Porra. Phon 3-2474.
FOR RENT: Concrete chalet
with all modern conveniences, 3
bedrooms with closet, kitchen, 2
porches, hot water, modern serv service,
ice, service, maid's room with service and
bath, yard with fane, good
neighborhood. Via Porra No.
91-B.
Ruuia's i!o. 1 Gal"
Arrives In London
For 2-Week Visit
LONDON. July 13 fTJP Ekat
erina Furtseva, the top woman
Communist in Russia, arrived for
her first visit to the West yester yesterday
day yesterday dressed in a severe black cos
tume and shepherding her 14-year-
oiu uaugaier. , v
Mme. Furtseva, whose husband,
sador to Yugoslavia, parried all
questions about comparisons be between
tween between the British and Soviet poli political
tical political systems. But she spoke free
ly oi "growing- soviet British
friendship as an "important gua guarantee"
rantee" guarantee" of world peace.
Her daughter Svetlina, was o-
verawea oy ine battery of news news-reel
reel news-reel cameras which closed in on
her as she stepped off one of two
Soviet Ilyushin transports with her
mother and 16 other, members of
me aeiegauon.
Clutching a little bunch of blip
cornflowers and pink carnations,
the ten-agr triad to shy away.
Smiling, her mother pulled her
to her side and faced the cam cameras.
eras. cameras. ..".;'
Mme. Furtseva, an alternate
delegate to the Soviet Presidium.
highest ranking government body
in the U.5.S.&V was cheerful and
talkative at the airport.
She wore no makeup or jewelry
except, for a simple gold wrist-
watch. Her costume was severely
tailored in black with a whire
blouse. Her light auburn hair was
pulled back in a bun.
A personal friend of Soviet party
cruet wiKita s. Knrusncnev, jume.
Furtseva arrived in Britain for a
two-week visit as the guest of the
British interparliamentary union.
Caiholics Behind.
Iron Curtain Tc!d
Hot To Waver
VATICAN CITY, July 13 (UP)-
Fope Pius XII has appealed to Ca
tholics behind the Iron Curtain to
hold fast against their Communist
persecutors to avoid a "calami
ty" for the Christian world, the
Vatican disclosed today.
The 80-year old Roman Catholic
Pontiff make his appeal in an a-
postouc letter dated June 29, 1956,
the feast day of Sts. Peter and
Paul. .... :.
The letter' was addressed to
three cardinals jailed by Commu
nist regimes and to the Bishops,-
clergy and laymen of Albania,
Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Hunga Hungary.
ry. Hungary. Yugoslavia. Poland. Romania,
East Germany and "other peoples
of Europe suffering persecution.
Tbe letter praised the courage
of church leaders and the faithful
who have suffered from Commu Communist
nist Communist persecution. It also warned
them not to waver from the teach

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M8 NASH Fordor 295.
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'52 DODGE Qube Coupe 975.
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"She's been all over the neighborhood, asking for

conirioireionm mr not nuyw

Joday Friday, July 13
F.M.

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quests laaxn oy yu"

, till 3:00)

6:35 What's tour Favorite

(cont'd)
6:00 To be announced
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)

6:45 M E L A C H R INO MUSI

CALS INescafe),
7-00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report from VS.
S:00 Music By Roth 1
8:30 Short Story Theater
9 00 You Asked' For It '(re '(re-r
r '(re-r quests taken, by phone
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ift--)nravttiiflde of America

11:00 Jaw Till Midnight

12:00 Sign OH.

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MOVIES TV

Erskin Johnson

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Ex Exclusively
clusively Exclusively Yours: Baseball Hall.oi
ame recognition Uiis summer lor
Bud Abbqtt and Lou CosteUo s
Who's on First?" routine is a
tribute to the 20-year-old comedy
lines that have survived burlesque,
radio, movies, and television. Id

rather have mat awaru
Oscar," says Lou. "You can wm
anDscar and a couple of years
later it's godby Sam b1i M
"A movie, titled "Whoa on
First'" is on Hire planning taros,
with Mickey Mantle slated for .-i
bid to join Bud and Lou in the
etii ''' '''"'' '"
7 But tt'a all a blusher for Ted

Collins, manager of raw
" who ave the comedians t e i r

tween scenes UIC" I".

f "We used the routine lor our
audition with Ted. He Ukes us but

!?id."!e"uL.Sr

WASHINGTON. July 13 (UP)

Th Hniica Ronlrino rnmmittM

vestcrriav unnrnvpH a bill to estab

lish a 3 billion dollar, five year'
exoerimental sovernment n r o-

gram of flood insurance.

Under the measure, the feder federal
al federal government would be authoris authorised
ed authorised to pay "whatever necessary"
in nhfiiHiA fliwl inaiimniHk nn

home and up to 40 per cent of the

premiums on policies covering

The bill would establish an. In

surance ceiling of 250,ooo for any

individual and $10,000 for any

hum Th Prcinafit wnlilft h miu

authorization to 5 billion dollars if

nWMtarv tn m thu ilMnftnd tar

the subsidized insurance.
M.. 1 :!-! J 1 4 1

ii i. ipuiiiiiiiinn nmmniHi nv

last wai-'a ivpr flanHa in New

England and the West Coast. In

surance companies have said tney
pannnf affnni tit inmir' hnmMom.

ers and businessmen against flood

damage witnout tne aid of tne
federal government,"

1 1, i- :
The Senate already, has passed
a similar bill. But its measure
would nmviria tar f Mforal fnv.

erment subsidy only for the first

1st in various factories" in Com Communist
munist Communist Germany.
The labor organ charged that
Red managers are ignoring the
workers' rights, and indicated that
the workers are retaliating with
"slowdown" strikes.
; Th TrihtMma Aiitnrinl AamAnA-

ed government action to rorrert

BUENOS AIRES. Julv 13 rUPVi106 situation. -4

A housewife who answered Ar- "We ask Heavy Machine Con-

gentme television's "100,000 pesOstruction Minister Erich Apel and
(!3,000) Question" last night said. Machine Construction Minister

Quiz Show Winner

In Argentina Hopes

To Ge On US TV

try.", It's something the lilrt In Industry'
dustry' Industry' predicted "just couldn't

nappen." : i'',.vt!

Las Vegar is wondering if David
Bm tviil :jtflk', rntlmntttl

Journey to the gambling spa next

mnnin in cairn a rminia nr Biffin

club floor shows starring Martha

Kaye ana juay uariana nis ex-

WiveV's:.::.''i..i:' fW
' Virginia Gray, who battled with
Anna Magnani in "The Rose" Tat Tattoo,"'
too,"' Tattoo,"' is squaring off 'now in
brawl .with Barbara Stanwyck in
"Love Story;' -Laughs Virginia:
"Just call me a feminine Rocky
Graziano.",.,.,, t l 1
. Eva Rahnr'a hsaminff It ahnnt

adio. Says Lou, J hei marriage to a medic: "Ac "Ac-of
of "Ac-of their new movie, ghouid alwv marrv do.

tnr Thov linHprctnnd lis an ttpll

After all, their hours are just as
mixed up," . Lex Barker's
written a movie about the cross

ing of the Rapido River in Italy in
World War II. He was there as

an infantry major. ;

ftl .... it Alt Alir show Later,

WHEN Ted wasn't listening, Bud
Md Lou ad Jibbed it into one of
Se Kate Smith shows-and it
made them famous. .
The Dove Of Peace lighted, on
the Robert Dix-Janet Uke union,
ii". k.. flo tn Hawaii to

carriage. . Fred Allen's widow

helped supply the missing
tew and the comedian's autobiog autobiography.
raphy. autobiography. "Much Ado About Me," is
due for publication in November.
Marlon Brando and Rita Hay-
. ..7 ..iir-j-.il rnimtrv" is

Sector BobTp,h'." uiea of
wonderful easting. Now tt'a up to

Marlon. Raa wuimg. ..

Fran Bennett, who plays Ut
Taylor's aister in "Giant," nixed
, "publicity request to uUscuss tor
invocation dates with the late
Jimmy Dean. Something ether
dolls ahould have done,
:Los Angeles building contractor
Tom Seidel plays the role of Jean
Hagen's husband in the movie,
"Spring Reunion."
It's type casting. Jean became
Mrs. Tom Seidel in 1947.
' Bette Davis and hubby Gary
Merrill are also teaming up for
Angel-Manager," a mow to be
filmed in Maine this falL
Bing Crosby'a gal, Kathy Grant,
was iust baptized m Bing a re re-MousTaith.
MousTaith. re-MousTaith. The latest mdicatjon
of a possible marriage. "v-
wood's stui m???,"!?,
leap into TV-sale of lis backlog,
telefilm production and announced
'acquiring of interests, in tele television
vision television stations around the coun-

ftnrAnn lava h'1t niv

a TV host job in favor of his 15-

minutes-a-week singing snow,- "l a
rather helt out a pnnriM nf itimffs

he told me. "and h mvMlf." Hin

explanation for leaping between

movies, TV and night clubs these
davit '" ;. v

"I've got 11 dependents not
counting Uncle Sam. I have to

keep working."

Tomorrow, Saturday, July 14
a m

6:0ft-SigO On Alarm Clocsi

Club uequesis
' by -phone till 7:00) ;
7:30-Jazz Salon
8:15 The Christopheri
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News .-' ,-!..-..;v
9:15 Bon our Mesdames
9:30 As I See It
10:00-News
in-nt; find And Needles (re-

- quests taken by phone

till 8-.3U)
11. nA Nvr

ll:05-Splns And Needles

(cont'd)
11:30 Journey into Space
12:00 News '..--

12:30 New Tune Time

1:00-News . ; P
1:15 Serenade In Blue
-1:30 Wayne King Serenade 45
2:00 Old New Orleans
2:15 Rhythm And Reaion J
2:30 Paris Star Time ; v
3:00 Concert On The Mall
3:30i-Music For Saturday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What'a Your Favorite (re-
quests taken by pnone
' 1 till 3:00)

5:35-What's Your Favorite

(cont'd) :
a-no rjiiBst star . --.

6-15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW (Pabst Beer) i
6:30 Manhattan Melodies
6:45 Do It Yourself
7:00 Much-Binding v
7:30 VOA Report from US.
8:00-5aturday Night Dancing
' Party
8:30 Educating Archie
9:00 Your Hit Parade
9:30 Ray's A Laugh
10:00 Music From Hotel El Panama

10:30 Owl's Nest (requests

thrM veara of the nroeram. with

the states sharing the cost of the

subsidy thereafter,
. The Hails hill, inflnsared bv

Rpn. Thnma J. Dodd fDonn.l.

also would authorize long term
loans, at four per cent interest,
to home owners and business

men to repair flood damage.
These loans would have a ceil ceiling
ing ceiling of $250,000 for any individual
and $10,000 for any home.
fiimmitto Phairmsn R r a f

Spence (D-Ky.) said there was

opposition to the measure, which
differs only slightly from the pro pro-ffram
ffram pro-ffram recommended bv the admin.

istration. But he said it received
committee approval by a "substan

tial majority."

...v FREAK ACCIDENT

rintrA Mirt lira vrftthintf liar inn

pilot his small plane when he flew

under a wire upon landing ana c c-XHlentallv
XHlentallv c-XHlentallv struck and snapped an-
nflior. TriA ,fraroit vrira tniplr

Mrs. Mord on the neck and dis

rupted power and telephone serv service
ice service for two hours. She suffered

minor injuries. ., ...

tnHav ahu hhrwc tn Bet a chance

at, seme of the big jackpots of A-

mencan iv. ?

liiana Arreeul Msrtin. whose

specialty is mythology, became

the first nerson ever to win at

gentina s biggest giveaway wnen
she identified Triton as the Greek
Sea God who smoothed the waves

for the Argonauts who were bring-1

ing home tne goiaen ueece. i

She will use nart of her winntnes I

to buy back some books recently

sold by the family, and set most
of the rest aside for a plane tick tick-t
t tick-t t.. thn United Statei in case she

can line up an appearance on an

American qua snow.
Mrs. Martin speaks no English,
but she hopes one of the U, S.

giveaway shows will let ner ap appear
pear appear with an interpreter.

... v ... ..),...-
Th nnii winner Ii a former

postal clerk who now devotes her

time to her family." in oaa mo.
ments, she reads up on mytholo

gy.

Helmiist Wundprlirh what m e a

lores they will take against eco

nomic tuncuonaries wno oenave in

a heartless way toward worxers.

the editorial said.

' SHEAR PLEASURE Barber-turned-gardener John Weakley j
' 'trims Leon Wright's shrubbery at Berrien Springs, Mich., dur- I
. ...... 1 t.a.4t Hf nLr lamF la nil I

, ing tne city a ixom annivrrsrj a
for his clipping on the Saturday night which marks the end
of the week-long celebration. He's agreed to uncover the be be-t
t be-t whiskered citizenry for free. f

- taken by phone through
t out program)
1:00 a.m. Sunday Sign. Off.
- Off.

East German Labor

Publication Scores
Factory Managers
BERLIN, July 13 (UP) -The
East German Communist labor or
can Tribuene said yesterday Red

factorv managers must cease

their "heartless mistreatment of

workers. f

if tha aam time radio Mos

cow declared that the "miscalcu

lations" that led to the bloody
June outbreak' of Polish workers
in Poznsn "must and. will be cor

rected immediately."

"The Mostovr broadcast, quoting
the magazine New, Times, fchoed
h. official tin that the riots

UIV ,VUVM. ..
were catised by "imperialist pro

vocateurs" but acxnowieagen wai
it was "shortcomings and discon discon-In
In discon-In Rsd Pnland'a factories

icm - --
that made them possible.

v.,
Tribuene; organ of the EDG la labor
bor labor federation, warned that sim similar
ilar similar "alarming circumstances ex-

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To Feature Boza
Arid His Orchestra
Miintrv hfl.ni dance

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will be held In the Father Burns

Memorial Center in we pavw
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The dance will commence at 8
p.m. Armando Boza and his or orchestra
chestra orchestra will play for the dance.
- Admission prices are 35 cents
' for men and 15 cents for women.
JAIL RAMP-AGE
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Ramps, a form of wild onion with;
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County Jail here. A visitor left
some with an inmate,, who de de-nA
nA de-nA them with srreat custo. de

spite moans from other prisoners, i

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tues there's, no better place to
' iu ramps than in jail."

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2 Club save a tea in honor of Mrs. Truman H. Landon, wife of the commander Caribbean Air1.
Command last week, at Albrook Officers' Mess; Shown In the reception line left to right:
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- presi-- dent of the Albrook Officers' Wives' Club. "

; COVETED AWARD PRESENTED TO OLIVERS
'AT ANNIVERSARY OF PAN AMERICAN INSTITUTE
The Panama Government awarded the Vasco Nunex de
t Balboa award to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Oliver last night at a
.party given in their honor by alumni of the Pan American
Institute, on the school's 50th Anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver are former directors of the school
i and are responsible for much of the progress made since its
: foundation in 1906.

Mr. and Mrs. Oliver arrived on
the Isthmus in Dec. 1923. From
then until Feb. 1943, when Mr. 0 0-liver
liver 0-liver joined the Schools Division
of the Panama Canal Government,

the Olivers directed the Pan A

niencan Istitute. ;
- Mr. Oliver is now Supervisor of

Spanish in the Latin American
Schools in the Zone. He is 'also
. ? Snrwrvisor of Soanish in the U.S.

Elementary Schools.i. and i in
''Charge'-of the conversion' of llan-
guage in the Latin American

' Srhools. The Olivers plan to stay
in the Zone until the latter proj project
ect project is completed.
..Hapdirchial Showtr
;Fr Mrs. Van Richmond

Mrs. Robert Matheney gave a

Avcrc!I I!:rrb:n
Burning iriips

On Racial Qusslion

WASHINGTON. July 15 (UP)'

Sen. Harry F. Byrd (D-Va.) wants

Gov. .Avereu Harrunan to say

whether he would send federal1

troops to end segregation in the

South, but Harriman thinks it is

"irresponsible" even to ask the

question.
Harriman, who is challenging the

pace-setting Adlai Stevenson for

tne Democratic presidential nomi

nation, is here politicking among

Democrats wbile working on a

speech to be given at Asheboro,
N.C.. tomorrow night

He speaks of Stevenson onlv in

menaiy terms. But be is reach

ing for national convention supDort

as a candidate whose anti-commu

nist record cannot be questioned,

wno wants to go-on tne attack on

farm policy and wants a firm

stand in support of equal rights for
Negroes. -; .. r- . ,'s.f s.

If he has any bridges'to the

Democratic Souths they nrobablv

.:i i u I i .1

wiu uc uurnea uy convenuon ume

if not by tomorrow night when he

addresses Worth Carolina young

T i .a t

veiuucrais ai AsaeDoro.

Byrd, who has endorsed Senate

Democratic Leader Lyndon B.
Johnson for the Presidential nomi

nation, called on Harrunan in a
statement last nieht to tell how

he would end racial segregation
in the South.

He asked whether the New

York Governor would send feder

al troops, deny federal aid to the

southern states or favor jailing
and fining state and local officials.

PROFESSOR CROWNS QUEEN OF NATIONAL INSTITUTE
During the celebrations being held at the National Institute
to celebrate its 45th, anniversary Professor Salvat crowns
Carmen Cover as queen of the school.

Walannetiu

make mams

coffee party and hankerchlef

shower at her home on Herrick

Kotd this morning in honor of

Mrs. Van Richmond, who is leav

ing next week for jort Benning,
Georgia, where her husband Co).

Van Richmond will take over his

new post. Col. Richmond has been

the Dermatologist for Gorgas Hos

pital for the past three years.

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King Family I'llV",
Feted At Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. King
and their sons, Jim and Johnnie
were guests of honor at two din dinner
ner dinner parties this week. On the night
of their arrival-on the Isthmus
the Kings were the guests of Capt.

and Mrs. Jens Nilscn of Diablo

Heights, who entertained them at

the Sky Chef.

Last night, Capt. and Mrs; Clin

ton Baverstock of Balboa were
hosls at a family party held at

the Ft. Amador Officers Open
Mess.
The Kings, of Annapolis Md.,
are former residents of the Ca

nal Zone, and are spending a 4-

week vacation here.

MADU'RITO

JUST RECEIVER
Beautiful Quality
FOAM CUSHION
SLIPPERS
in different colors:
Red, white, aqua blue,
pink and light blue.
Price $3.95

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for nurses.

UMBRELLAS
Stripes. In all colors.
Price $2.95
Complete line of
Dorothy Gray products.

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Mitt Anita Duque
Arrives From Washington

Miss Anita Ramirez Duque,

counselor of the Panamanian Em

bassy in Washington, has arrived

here on a special mission connect

ed with the forthcoming, meeting

oi presidents isprtne Americiss

Miss Ramirez Duque has been
attached to the embassy staff in
Washington for many years, and

was called temponly by the for

eign Ministry for special service

during the presidents meeting.

Mr. And fAr. Krogh
Announce Birth of Daughter

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Krosh

of Baltimore, Maryland, former

residents of Balboa announce the

birth of a daughter Deborah Anne
July 8, in Baltimore. Mr. Krogh is

now with the Kaiser Aluminum
corporation in' Baltimore. Mrs.

Krngh is. the former Judith Anne

I. L MADURO, Jr.
Member of Commercial Accounts
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If you have promised to drive

your teen-age daughter and sev

eral of ner mends some place

don't, at the last minute, decide

to let your daughter drive uk

stead. Parents who eave their

consent to their daughters rid

ing with you miaht not be haD-

py to have a; teen-age driver

:.-W,.i''.-";i. A ?'.

When making arrangements

ior outer people's children or

teen-agers, always stick to ori original
ginal original arrangements. i.

Smith, dauehter of Mr. nA Mr

David S. Smith of Cristnhnl nri

the sranddaufihter 'of Mr. Onrcp

i (.otion tormer resident nf cris.

tobal and now of Monrovia, Calif
ornia.

Polio Benefit Danes

SDansarxl Bv lAWf

Angelo Jaspe and his orchestra
will nlav for the Pnlin Rpnofit

iianpp urninn tuiii na ham ,t r' th.

Strangers Club tomorrow night.
Tho dance, proceeds of which will

go to tne Amauor uuerrero Hos Hospital,
pital, Hospital, is sponsored by the Colon

inn oi tne xnter-American worn
en's Club. Tickets are $5 ner rnn

pie. ancing will be continue from
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DONT MAKE COirVTRV

FRIENDS YELL FOR MERCY

THIS SUMMER

It's a little early for a certain

type of letter to start coming in.
Even so. the first one arrived

today.

It was a letter from a "country

cousin" saying "please write

something about city friends and

relatives wno descend on us week

end after weekend expecting to be

oeoueu, lea. ana entertained.

Every year as vacation time
approaches, a raft of such letters

comes to this column.

It seems that a lot of city folks

think it is no trouble, no work,
and no expense for people who

live on a farm or are year-round
residents of a summer resort to

play host to their friends and

relatives.: .. -.yV'i ","' s

Many jof them dont even an

nounce their plans.,. They i just

drive up, expecting a big wel

come. . --.j,; :

They nsually getfit But they

might be surprised at how often
the welcome is forced and the
hosts actually groan when they

see a city car turn in the drive.
' So this is a relayed plea. If you

haven't 'a special invitation don't

invito yourself or descend unan

nounced on your- country friends
just because it is hot in the city
and you think it would be nice to
get away from it all for a week

end.

And If you are lucky enough to
be urged to visit a country-dwelling
friend or relative, dont think
that a box of chocolates or some

toys for the kids will repay the
hosoitalitv. i

Just as you like to get away to

the country in the : summer, so
your country friends may lon to

eet Into the city in the winter.

Arrange to pay back hospitality
with hospitality.

If your country friends can put

you up for a summer weekend

surely you can manage somehow

to put them up for a city week
end. .

If you .can't perhaps you had

better stay home.5;'"

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Air-conditioned :
o BELLA VISTA ROOM
. with music for dining and dancing by
CLARENCE MARTIN'S ORCHESTRA
Lovely ALICIA RODRIGUEZ now slnginf
every evening the latest musical hits.

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From 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. In the
. Air-conditioned BALBOA ROOM...
Our popular breakfast-lunch combination.
Complimentary cocktail, choice of delicious
menu. Music by LUCHO AZCARRAGA and
entertainment for young and old by ERIC
the GREAT $2.25 per person

o GEORGE G0D0Y TRIO
every Friday and Saturday at the
CLUB 4:30 (Mkinite to 4:30 a.m.)
Georpn tiso plays every Sunday,
Tuesday, Wadnesday, Thursday,
10 p.m. 2 a.m. !" '.

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'Enjoy yaantU. It'
cheaper th.it yo think
at El Puuun

Army Secrelary

Urges Pay Increase
For Top Officials

WASHINGTON. July 13 rtJPV-

Army Secretary Wilber M. Brack-

er urged Congress yesterday to
increase the pay of top U. S. of-

nciais so mat tne government can
get first-class men.
He told the Senate Civil Service

Committee it is increasingly dif difficult
ficult difficult to find high-quality execu executives
tives executives "who are willing to m a k e
the personal sacrifice required for

service 10 ineir government.

He testified in support of a bill
to boost the pay 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 Cabinet officers. It

would affect about 600 officials.

Brucker said present salaries
are so low in relation to' whit
competent men can earn outside

government that only wealthy per

sons .can afford,. to take:; federal
jobs. He said the average assist assistant
ant assistant secretary in the Defense De Department
partment Department during the last nine
years has held office only 20
months. ;'-
Brucker said salaries,, affected
by the bill have not been raised
since 1949. He noted that Congress
boosted its own pay to $22,500 last
year and has raised Civil Service

rates twice smce 1949.

Kidnap Suspect
'Man In Gray'
Sough) In Subway

WESTBURY,."N. Y July 13

(UP) Police hunted today for

a "man in gray' whose hoax tele

phone call triggered a futile searcn

through three subway stations for

the kidnaped Weinberger baby.

The crank call was placed at 6:

20 p.m. yesterday to a New York

telephone operator who traced it

to a com telephone on tne norm

bound platform ot a Manhattan

subway station.- s,

The man told the operator: "The

kidnaped baby will be left in the

168th St. Independent subway sta station."
tion." station." He hung up after the. terse,

cryptic message. -

New York City 'and 'Transit Au Authority
thority Authority police converged on the sta
tion within minutes. They also

searched the adjoining Interbrough

Rapid Transit subway station and
other officers checked the 168th

street Brooklyn-Manhattan transit

subway station on Queens, Long
Island. "-,,'. -,.:v: '--'

A police radio alarm described

the man as 40 to so years oia, leu

to 170 pounds,-wearing a light gray
suit and light gray hat with a

black band, and having gray hair

and a medium- complexion. -;
Three children told police they
saw a man, believed to be the
hoaxer, carrying package which
they could not describe. i

In Westbury. the dwindling hope

of returning the infant Peter to

his distraught parents appeared to

rest with the FBI. Federal agents
mobilized their resources from

coast to coast Wednesday when

they officially entered the case.

THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL
FIGURES
: FLOWER POTS
: VASES
. an assortment of
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RETIREMENT George V. C. Chapman (right) is presented
a letter from Brig. Gen. Louis V. Hightower, chief of staff,
USARCARIB, by Lt. Col! S. R Johnson, Engineer, USARCARJB,
on the occasion of his retirement after over 30 years of gov
eminent service. Chapman first worked with the Panama
Canal CO. in 1911. In 1946 he entered eovernment service with
the Engineer Section, CorozaL and was continuously employed
- -there until his -retirement. (U.S. Army photo) : ; -1

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MERITORIOUS SERYICE Col. Joseph H. Wiechmann (right),
comptroller, USARCARIB, pins the meritorious civilian" servlco
lapel pin on Buford J. Carter, supervisory illustrator, office of
the Comptroller, Fort Amador, in ceremonies held In. Col.
Welchmann's pfflce: recently. The pin is part of a commenda commendation
tion commendation for meritorious civilian service presented to Carter for his
outstanding performance of duty during the period March 31,
vj 1955, through? April 30, 1956.; (U.S. Army Photo) .

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EDWARD G, ROBINSON
"Hell On Frisco Bay is said to chronicle the adventures
of an ex-police officer framed for murder. . a murder which
sets off a long series of waterront killings. OPENS AT THE
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Ten-thirty show tonight "Chain of Circumstances"
Saturday -HOUSE OF BAMBOO."
GAMROA William Holden & June Allyson
7 oo pii. "EXECUTIVE SUITE"
"v Saturday "SEVEN CITIES OF GOLD"

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Saturday "THE ADVENTURES OF QUENTIN DURWARD"
CRISTOBAL ' BiU Williams j
' 615 7 ?5 "APACHE AMBUSH
V Saturday Eve Arden in "OUR MISS BROOKS ;
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LA BOCA "In Old Sacramento" "Rendesroni with Annie"
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TV Set Shows How

CHOWDER-MAKING IS EASY

IN ELECTRIC DUTCH OVEN

By GAYNOR MADDOX

n.iiina.iinlcM-Waddina Taktt and carried a nosegay, of pastel

pi.. in Et GrMnbush. N.Y. flowers. Richard Banker, the' .,i

.. The marriage of Musi Maruyn brides nephew, was rfog bearer I Dutch ovcn can immerjed
Elizabeth Banner, daugher of Mrs. Lynn BelUnger Jr., brother of in uds ,nd WIshed disht b
Harry fianker East Greenbush, Oie-hndegroom, was best man.; o tocooler summer cooking.
h. lot. Mr. Banker, to WaynelRohert Peterson, Vestmere, and ,..; .1 k.. .n.

Roy Bellinger, son of Mrs. Helen lUoyd Flavin,. Cohoes, were ush-;o degrees t0 430 degrees F.

You can bake, fry, roast and
make old-fashioned soups in it

Bellinger Hampton Manor, anders, ana jonn yi, lruewonny i,
' Lynn Bellinger, Balboa, C a n a lithe bnde's cousin, was junior usft-

Tnn tnnb nlace' June 30 in First; er,

Xleihodist Church, East Green-
wh Tha Kpv. Paul Thomas per

formed the' double ring ceremony. parlors

Miss Beverly Alynre, wesimere,
Was soloist, J

fn Mariisnn. Tonn Mrs A. C.

The reception was in the church Gilbert, wife of the manufacturer

The bride, given in marriage by
her brother, Arthur J. Banker,

wore chantiUy lace and tulle 0 0-ver
ver 0-ver candlelight satin, with fitted
bodice having a bateau neckline
1 brimmed with iridescent sequins
and seed pearls, long pointed
sleeves and bouffant skirt apph-
1 nii.tit with lace and draped to form

a chapel train. She wore a finger,
tip illusion f eil falling from a
lac coronet. She carried orchids
anri tnhanntis.

1 Mis Beverly Thomas, maid of

honor, wore a bouffant, gown ofj

jonquil yeuow crysiaieue w n
matching head-band. The brides brides-maids
maids brides-maids were the bride's cousin,
Miss Patricia Link, East Green Green-bush,
bush, Green-bush, and Miss Marilyn Myhre,
West mere, and the junior brides bridesmaid
maid bridesmaid was Miss Barbara Belinger,
hohrlflCTooma sister; They

wore' matching bouffant gowns of
aquamarine cryitalette with
matching headbands. They carried
colonial! bouquets of mixed pastel
flowers J Rebecca 1 Roberts, Co Co-pake,
pake, Co-pake, flower girl, wore pink crys crys-talette
talette crys-talette with matching accessories

Mr. Bellinger and h is and mother of four children, riluas

bride left on a western motor trip.) it into the patio outlet and serves
For Boine away, the bride wore a the vonnestem and their friends.

light blue linen suit with white ac- just back from swimming, these

cessones. iney wiu uve m i3i,tw0 nearly soups

CirrenDusn,

Bith Mr. and Mrs. Bellinger are
graduates of Columbia High
School She is with the directory
department of the New York Tele Tele-nhone
nhone Tele-nhone Comoanv. Menands, and

Mr. Gilbert's Corn Chowder

One-fourth pound salt pork,

chopped, 1 medium onion,
chopped, 1 medium green pepper,
rhonneri. V4 enn chODited eelerr. S

he is with General Airline Cor-1 medium ; potatoes, peeled and

poration, Rensselaer.. (diced, 2V4 cups water; V teaspoon
salt, V teaspoon white pepper, H
Rrlrfaa Aitaeiatioit tahlscnnnnt flnur V run raid

The Bridge Association of theD1jk, vi cups hot milk, I No. 2

Canal zone meets every flionuyicin whole kernel corn, 4 slices

evening at T p.m. at the Jivouifmeiy chopped crisp bacon, papri papri-Guest
Guest papri-Guest House." AH Interested bridge jka for garnish.

players are inviieo. 10 jowi me

group.

OPEN IN 20M A.D.

Set heat selector dial at about

280 degrees F. and pre-heat elec
ka for garnish. n

Set heat selector dial at about

280 degrees F. and pre-heat elec-

' GARY, Ind. (UP) A time; trie Dutch oven with cover on,
rnmnio rnntaininff a letter from trie Dutch oven with cover on

Mayor Peter Mandich to the 2006 Saute salt pork until, lightly
Gary mayor and the histories of 1 browned. Add next three ingredi ingredi-numerous
numerous ingredi-numerous Gary organizations wasjents and saute until golden brown,
buried in the northwest corner of; Reset heat selector dial at 230 de.

the city hall Jawn, to be opened In
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- FRIDAY, JULY 1J, 1958
Inaugural Classic FeMMres Mew-Track
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A new era in Isthmian horse racing w uigm

-tomorrow afternoon with the inauguration of the
- jnulti-million dollar President Remon racetrack k
rated at Lindbergh Field. ;
', A fen-race program, in which the feature at attraction
traction attraction is the $10,000-added one mile and a quarter
Inaugural Classic (Clasico Inauguration) to be con contested
tested contested by seven of the best horses now in training
locally, has been scheduled. .'

The new track, on which con
'atwiction besan during the admin

' istration of the late turf lover
President Jose Antonio Remon
Cantera,-was terminated recently
through, the energetic efforts of
President Ricardo Arias and Fi Fi-.
. Fi-. nance Minister 'Alfredo Aleman

and has been fittingly named aft
jr the? late President

' The new plant is equipped with
modern photo-finish camera, a
' s-'j'tote' machine that is sure to
"speed up betting procedure and
many other innovations that were

sorely needed at Juan x ranco.
There are still a few minor details
to be atraishtened out. but these

- are Almost negligible and should

not hamper operations during this
...first weekend.
"There will be no show betting at
. i i i j '-

i we (.new iracn. ; nanussiuu jincca
are $2 for the clubhouse section,
$1 for the grandstand with reserv reserved
ed reserved seats and 50 cents general ad-
mission. '
" a The classic shapes up en pa paper
per paper as another four-cornered bat bat-JJe
JJe bat-JJe among Mossadeq, -Polemon,
-i s Town's Wall and Rosier. This
quartet stands head and shoul shoul-dart
dart shoul-dart above the opposition. Gale Galeae,
ae, Galeae, Golden Corn II and Empire
Honey round out the seven-horse
; Held. .J .;. ...
'. The three-year-old Golden Corn

TT will tots ill nounds: four-year

. cds Polemon and and Golazo will
' carry "ilS, while the older Empire
Honey, Mossadeq, Town's Wall

and Rosier nave Deen assignee
'Prospective mutuels favwe
J Oiossadeq, on the basis of his ten ten-'
' ten-' length victory over similar opposi opposi-tion
tion opposi-tion in the Fourth of July Classic

. 'By BEANS REARDON
. 24 Years in National League
' Written for NEA Service

7 OTJESTION: The bases are full

: Vwith two out The batter singles

t .Two runs cross the Plate, but the

man advancing from first base

misses second, and on the throw.

in is tagged sliding into third
base The second baseman calls

for th hall, holds it on second

nd appeals. The appeal is sus-

lainea. uo me runs cvumr nay
,Jiw Wadhams.
Answer: No.

Q. How is a pitcher's earnec-run
: i j n t i t, i,

' average compuear aca; xrauy.
i A. Divide the total earned runs
" by the number of innings pitch pitched
ed pitched (average runs per inning)
I and multiply by nine (average
1 runs per game).

at Juan Franco, will be ridden by
Ruben "Caliche" Vasquez.
Town's Wall, second on July 4th.

will once more have his regular

rider, Fernando Alvarez, aboard
Alvarez was sitting out a suspen

sion when the Fourth of July
Classic was run. Alejandro Ycaza
rode the Cuadra Mexico Star on

that occasion.

Rosier, third-place finisher in
the Fourth of July Classic, will
have hustling Bias Aguirre in the
saddle. Rosier and Aguirre teamed

up to score a thrilling nose-victo

ry over Polemon in the Guardia

Nacional Classic some months a
go.
Polemon was a big disappoint
ment in the Fourth of July Clas

sic. when he finished a poor

fourth. Jockey Virgilio Castillo re

places leading rider Alfredo, vas

quez aboard the Stud Valentino
pride. Polemon, winner of slightly
more than $30,000 in less than two
seasons, is fourth on the list of all
time money winners in Panama's
racing history. He is surpassed on only
ly only by Microbio, Main Road and

Pinard. He is reportedly in fine

shape and should make a credita

ble showing tomorrow.

Golazo will be ridden by Aldre-

do Vasquez. He nas done nothing
to warrant serious consideration a-

gamst competition such as he will

be lacing tomorrow.
, t .
Empire Honey, undoubtedly
one of the best horses on the
Isthmus when In top form, is
apparently not sharp enough yet.
He has shown considerable Im Improvement
provement Improvement this week, however,
and could surprise. Guillermo
Sanches will do the booting a a-board
board a-board the Cuadra Dona Merce's
ace. , '..-, ,:;
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- Golden Corn II will have his fa

vorite rider, Jorge Phillips, hand

ling jus reins, this promising Brit British
ish British colt is apparently 'outclassed
in this field.
The classic will be the ninth

race on the program and will be

followed by the secondary attrac

tion the Bastille Day Handicap
for Classes D and E imported
horses over one mile and 80

yards.
Juan Franco Tips

By WIS ROMER

1 Don Danl
I Naranjaso
3 Bos'un's Mate
4 Argyla
5 E1 Fakir
( Incaica
7 Gonetino
8 Marcellta
9 Mossadeq
10 Grey Juan

Dofia Beatrix

Don Pastor

Meiereum

Solito

Suzerain (e)

Rio Negro

Kenslnrton

Gnarare
Roser

Lucky Test

have you heard
them?
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TRIO

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every Friday and Saturday
mldnlte to 4:30 a.m. in the'
air-conditioned Balboa Bar.

- (Nightcap on-the-house at 4:30 a m.)
George also plays the piano
' 10 p.m. 2 a.m. Sun.. Tuea.. Wed. Thurs.

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TWO DOWN AND ONE OUT Stan Muslal (foreground) of the National League falls to the
ground as he makes a diving catch of Ted Williams' fly in the eight inning of the All-Star
game. Musil took his tumble after being grazed by Kon Boyer (background), who had
dropped back Into short left field on1 the play. Muslal limped slightly after he got up and
left the game. The National League won the game, 7-3. ; ; .,

Elks League
Basketball
Tuesday'i Games

7:00 p.m. Wildcats vs Wolverines
8:00 p.m. Hawkeyes vs Badgers

In last night's first game.- the

Badgers trounced the Wolver Wolverines,
ines, Wolverines, by a score of 57-27. The
Badgers led during the entire

contest and thus went on to win
tehir seventh straight ; game
without a loss. O. Sutherland
and A. Nahmad led the Badgers

witn is ana 11 noints respective

ly. ''Little" Ronnie Mead scored

10 points, in a losing cause.

The second game of the eve

ning saw the Hawkeyes downing

the Wildcats, 37-80, In a close
contest. L. Kirkland scored 26

points for the Hawkeyes: B.
Barbara and G. Barbler scored
10 points each, for the Wild

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. by ; ',. ,,,
JOE WILLIAMS

Juan Franco Graded Entries

f.P. Horse

Jockey Wgu COMMENT

ODDS

lt Race "H-l" Imported 6 F(. Pun. $400.00 Pool Cloioi 12:45
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

J. Jimenez HOx Impressive win last 4-1
O. de Le6n 113x Showing improvement 4-1
A. Vergara 115 Would surprise ?i 11 20-1
B. Aguirre 110 Rates good chance 3-1

R. Vasquez 118 Should be close up 3-1
A. Ycaza 110 Doesn't seem likely 10-1
F. Alvarez 105 -Will fight it out 2-1
G. Montero 103x Hard to beat here 2-1
A. Reyes R. 103x Poor recent races 2-1

1 Vulcanizado
2 Fuerte
3 Greco
4 P. de Gales
5 D. Beatriz
6 Armador
7 Don Danl
8 (Danielo

9 (Iguazu

2nd Race "A-B" Nativei 6,Fai.Pur. $375.00 -SECOND
RACE OF THE DOUBLE

Peel Closet 1:15

1 Yosikito
2 Black Gold
3 Don Pastor
4 Daniel

5 Naranjazo

H. Gustines 99x Could make it now
R. Cristlan 112 Nothing to indicate
R. Vasquez 116 Returns in good shape
B. Aguirre 111 Dangerous here too
C. Ruiz 124 -"-Form indicates

3rd Race "Special" Imp. 5 Fgi Pune $400.00 Peel Closes

ONE-TWO. (Claie H2A)

1 Dlanallcia A. Vasquez 110 Distance to liking'' v. '.

2 My Friend R. Ycaza mWould pay off v
3 Remlr6n V, Castillo 110 --Vastly improved
4 Dawn Song R. Vasquez 110 Rates good chancer .?

a Mezereum o, Aguirre us win iigm k oui
6 Bos'un's Mate A. Mena 120 Form indicates

3-1
15-1
2-1
2-1
. even

1:45

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4th Race "H" Natives

Fgt. Puna $275.00 Pool Cleiei
QUINIELA

1 D. Barbara V. Castillo 118 Has best finish
2 Don Manuel O. de Le6n 103x Ran well in last

3, Black Bee B. Aguirre 110 Must improve more

4 Jai Alal

5 Argyla

8 Solito

7 Chant to

Ortega 113 Nothing recently

R. Cristlan 113 Seems sure thing
G. Sanchez 113 Rates fair chance
L. Gutierrez 103x Early speed only

i 8-1
i 3-1
4-1

3-2

even

2:20

3- 1
4- 1
3-1

10-1

3-5

3-1

5-1

5th Race "Special" Imp. 5 Fai.Punt $500.00 Pool Clotci 2:55

1-Socorrito B. Baeza 112 Unknown quantity

2 Cambrloleur G. Sanchez 110 Can run- fractious

3 El Fakir

4 (Grlmllda

5 (Suzerain

R. Vasquez 118 Will fight it out
F. Sanchez 99x Good early speed
J. Phillips 113 Better chance here

15-1

4-1

4-5

4-5

4-5

6th Raca "H2A" Imp. 1 M. 50 Mts Purw $400400 Pool Clout 3:35

FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
A. Ycaza 113 Way down in class
B. Baeza 106 Usually close up
R. Vasquez 110 Jockey should help

A. Reyes R. llOx Dangerous contender

1 Fellac
2 Incaica

3 Rio Negro

4 Amat

5 Dixlprincess S. Carvajal 103x Has strong finish

Manila

7 Y. Prince

7th Raca "F'

A. Creldidio 107x Could be winner

E. Ortega 108 ''-Returns from layoff

4-1

2-1

3-2

3-1

3-1

4-1
10-1

Imported C Fai.Punt $500.00 -SECOND
RACE OF THE DOUBLE

Pool Cbiet 4:05

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G. Montero 102x Usually in money
R. Cristlan 115 Rates good chance
R. Vasquez 118 Form indicates

4 Empire Magic B. Baeza 103 Early speed only
5 Postinovlch S. Carvajal 107x Distance handicaps

A. Vasquez 113 Enjoying rare form
B. Aguirre 108 Could take it all
O. de Le6n 107x Early speed only

1 Quiescence
2 Nogaltno

4 Gonetino

8 Kensington

7 Liieboat

8 Florera

4- 1
3-1
even
15-1
5- 1

2-1
2-1
5-1

"VJ.Wr TEENER ALL STAB
BILLY GIBSON, pitcher first
baseman for the MRA team in
the Atlantic Teenage League
this past season, is the only
member of the All star team
from the Atlantic Side who
played with the.. Canal Zone
team in Hershey, Pennsylva Pennsylvania
nia Pennsylvania last August This tall,
rangy boy covers first base like
a pro and was .an outstanding
pitcher for. the MRA team with
good control, a change of pace,
and an excellent curve balL
His hitting brought him a bat batting
ting batting average of .388, with 17
RBI's. When this year's team
goes to Hershey in August they
will be counting on Billy for
that extra punch to bring
home the championship.

League

Standings

Teams

Toronto .

Montreal

Rochester:.
Miami
Richmond
Columbus

Havana .

Buffalo .

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.50
.49
.48
.42
.42
.40
.36

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38
39
39
41
48
49
50
51

Pet.
.561
.562
.557
.529
.467
.462

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; YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(First Game, 7 Innlnes) ;

Rochester 003 050 08 "8 C
Montreal 000 000 00 6 2

Markel and Rand: KIpd. Mic'f-

ens (4), Nlshtta (5), Cole (6)
and Howell. LP; Kipp.

The box scores:
First Game

Wolverines '" fg

Moms, K. ., 2
French, C. ........... 1
Mead, R. 5
Hamilton, B. 2
Lagassle, A. ......... 0
Hele, B 2

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0 2 4

3 2
2 10
4 7
1 C

2 4

. Totals 12 3 14 27

Badgers ;.

Sutherland. O. ...... 7. 5 1 19

Nanmad, A. .. 4 3 3 11
Morris, J. 3 0 0 6

Watson, J j..,. 3 1 0 7
Doland, W. ......... 3 0 0 6

Cunningham, T...J . . 3 0 16
Des Londes, D. ....,,0 2 1.2

Totals

23 11 6 57

" Second Game
Wildcats fr ft pf t

Barbara, R..:;..,vw 5 0 2 10

Cunningham. K. .... 0 0 1 0

ruweau,,!. ,, 1 i l J

DOIUICI, J. ......... 4 i 1 IV

Selgle.L. 1 0 1 2

Chalmers. J. ........ 1 0 0 2

Cosca, G. ........... 1.1 0 3

Totals v 13 4 8 30

- Hawkeves

Fearon, B. .......... 0
Reyes. L. .V... a

Thompson, L. ...... 0

Kiricland, L. .12
Corrlgan, p.v........ 0
Womble T. ........ v l

Schock, M. 0

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1. Tptala 1 t? -! 5 7 37

'0
3
0
2
0
0
0

0 0
3 9
1 0
2 26
0 C
1 2

0 0

WASHINGTON-DissecUon of the 23rd All-S tor game, with
its 7-3 victory for the National Lea sue, today left the broad
inference that if Casey Stengel isn't utterly luckless in these
intercircnit imbroglios, he is not too happily suited to the rigors
of rnnnine; one of those affairs. '-
Six times has Casey managed the American League tn the
annual so-called "Dream Game," and five times haa he been on
the short end. His lone success came in 1954 at Cleveland, 11-9. -,
Just about everything went wrong -for the AL In the latest
Joust with Cincinnati and associated clubs. Casey's left-handed
pitching strategy collapsed in the fourth inning, the only one
in which his own Whitey Ford appeared. Willie Mays' two-run
homer off Whitey, which gave tho Nationals a 3-0 lead, settled
the issue. .'
In the 1955 game,, too, Whitey had been something less than
startling. It will be recollected that with the AL leading, 6-0",
at the end of the fifth, Ford was punished for five runs, three
of them earned, in only 1 23 innings.
The National Leaguers this time played heads up, hard,
alert, clean baseball, with younr Ken Boyer, of the Cardinals,
particularly spectacular at third base, and producer of three
consecutive hits. ,-',..?:,
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On the American side there was considerable with which
to find fault. For example,, just before Mays blasted his homer
Boyer eased a hit into left. In his best form, Harvey Kuenn
would have fielded that ball; But in his injured condition he
Just couldn't make It,
Despite this, Stengel never called on his red hot Gil Mc Mc-Dougald.

AL BLEW BIG CHANCE "rt
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The American Leaguers lost their grand opportunity in the
sixth inning. Nelson Fox led off with a single against wilting
southpaw Warren Spahn. Than Ted Williams walloped the 2-1
pitch 430 fet into the right-center" bull pen for his fourth
homer In All-Star -competition.
When Mickey. Mantle crashed the 2-2 ball into the left left-field
field left-field bleachers, it looked as if the Nationals, were In wild re retreat.
treat. retreat.
- i
Here Walter Alston brought in Johnny Antonelll. Sherman
Lollar came. in to bat for Yogi Berra. (whose right hand was
struck by a foul tip, forcing him out of the game), Lollar
singled. A4 Kaline also hit safely. Vic Power, in place of
Mickey Vernon, filed out. ,. But the main chance still waa there;
Only one out. ',..
At this, point it would have been wise for Casey, to .have
sent np more, reliable batter than; George Kell, who already
had bad two failures at the plate, and whose All-Star history
hardly was impressive. r t ; (
- However,-Kell was permitted to hit, and he jammed into

us cusuy a qoudib piay as anyooay nas peen involved in dur

ing an All-Star contest.

Columbus 001 000 1002 6 2
Richmond 100 003 00x-4 6 C

Theis. KUzava (8) and Noble:

Jordan, Burtschy (8) and Wat
lingtqn. WP: Jordan. LP; Theis

8th Raca "F" Nafivat

6 F9i.Purt $275.00 Pool CIomi 4:40

QUINIELA '

1 Don Jaime
2 Marcellta
3 Bagdad
4 Guararf
5 Uyuyuy
6 Moonshiner
7 Winsaba
8 El Pasha

F. Godoy 111 Weak effort in last
A. Vasquez 115 Should beat these
O. Miranda 115x Has late foot
J. Phillips 113 Improving steadily-
B. Baeza 115 Could surprise
L. Giraldo 115 Has strong finish
H. Gustines 96x Ran well in last
R. G6mez 110 Excluded from betting
tious)

81
even
15-1

4-1

5-1
8-1
3-1

(Frac

9th Raca "Inauaural Clattie" Imp. 1 -Mile Puna $10,000.00

1 G. Corn TI
2 Town's Wall

3 E. Honey

4 Mossadeq

a roiemon ;
6 Golazo

7 Rosier

Pool Oom 5:15 ONE-TWO
J. Phillips 111 Not against these'
F. Alvarez 121 Will fight it out
G. Sanchez 121 Better chance here
R. Vasquez 121 Was never better
V. Castillo 115 The horse to beat
A. Vasquez 115 Jockey may help
B. Aguirre 121 Rates fair chance

25-1

3-1
10-1

3-2
V 3-2

10-1
31

10th Race "Battille Day Handicap" "D-E" Imported 1 Mile 50 Mtt.

Purse $600.00 Pool CIomi 5:40

1 Chlvlllnao A. Mena 122 Nothing to indicate 10-1

2 Grey Juan A.. Vasquez 113 Back in top form 3-2
3 Double Four B. Aguirre 108 Will win soon 54
4 Supper Girl B. Baeza 108 Distance, to liking '4-1

5PCountess FHidal(;oJ07rCoUld make.it here 3-1

-(LucKy Test K. unsuan 114 Has sharp workouts even

7 (Escorial : G. Montero 102x Could help entrymate even

(Second Game)

Rochester 321 000 001 7 13 C

Montreal 000 011 000 2 11 2

Macklnson, Nelson (4). John

son (4) and Grba; Harris, Nishl Nishl-ta
ta Nishl-ta i2), cole (6), Mickcns (7) and
Roseboro. WP: Macklnson. LP:
Harris. "... .

Toronto..
Buffalo

222412 100-14 18'
000 102 002 -4 14

Blake and Sawatskl; Weiss,

Keriazakis (2), Coleman 4t,

Hann (7) and Sherry.rHR: WU
son, Blake, Caffie and Serena.

Miami
Havana

001 000 011 3 ; 7
000 000 002-2 4

Morehead, Owens (8) and Hoi

ton; Scantlebury, Lane (9) and

Dotterer, sierra (9). WP: More
head. LP: Scantlebury.

DOWN UNDER
New York (NEA Mike Souch-

ak, Jackie Burke, Chick Harbert,
Jimmy Demaret and Don Fair

field are planning to play in the

Ampoi Open Udlf unampionsnip at

the Yarra Yarra Golf Club, Mel Melbourne,
bourne, Melbourne, Australia, Nov. 14-17.

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In the seventh. Inning, with two1 out,-Mays on first and
Stan Musial's fifth All-star homer Just rifled into the stands,
Ted Kluszewski rapped his second consecutive double? this one
to right fieid. Kaline was no gazelle on that drive. Power
muffed the relay and let Willie score from first base.
' Just a nttle thing here and a little thing- there, and the AL
lost a battle in which it held the Nationals even In batting,. 11
hits to 11. ; - ,i
MANTLE GOES ALL THE WAY
V; ; i r
... Only 24 "hours after he had expressed the greatest appre-.
hension about Mickey Mantle's ailing right knee, Casey let the
Oklahoma Kid play right through. . .'.-.
Mantle might have been excused after he had gone out on
strikes twice, and showed quite conclusively that he could not
swing right, could not pivot on that knee.
. However, Stengel wanted to give Mantle a chance to save
his situation, and Mickey did just that with his homer In the
sixth.- --,v :-
Alston 'might,' have relieved Johnny Temple and Boy Mc McMillan
Millan McMillan in his infield. However, he was in front, and was afraid
to create too much disturbance in a winning combination.
The experts .sat in- the press box and asked each other,
"Is this sixth NL victory in the most' recent seven All-star
games Just one of those things? Or is there something radically
wrong with the American League? Is the younger circuit let letting
ting letting the Yankees carry too much of the load, and taking these
setbacks too complacently?"
Unquestionably there is something very disturbing in the
AL situation. 1
After the 16th Ail-Star, the AL enjoyed a 12-4 lead la
games. But since that 4-3, 14-inning defeat in Chicago in 1950,
the junior league has had little on which to felicitate itself in
these mldseason interludes. -:.

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Milwaukee Hurler Stops
Tough World Champions

For 5th Straight Time

By MILTON RICHMAN

- ."NEW YORK, July 13 (UP) Bob Buhl, a guy
with the "Indian sign" on Brooklyn, fixed things to today
day today so that the Milwaukee Braves were gmng Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati the high sign that; they're about ready to
take over first place again in the National League.

. :- -v ti.J t- 1ri.n TMtrue. tie i Several yean aro local torf-

BuMtroKcareoimn w"7 their lead men sourht official recotnitlnn

tray. V- L.r. or 7U eanUs lanrest margiaof Panama horse racing In the
He defeated the Dodgers lor to 7 Vi 8 '"7 w but were turned down be-

the .fifth WW wtsldiaM 95 wlule the Red Sox dr canse the old Juan Franco track
night. 2-0, mattering six hits dians 9-, wmie ne o eattt up to the sUnd-
-wii tthin th Braves to with- leateq tne. secona pice . Tt c ..-i-- ...

4

Fcrmal Recognilion
Iftar for Panama
Hone Racing

Formal recognition of Panama
horse raelnr by U.S. turf au

thorities was cona'dered in the

offing today with the receipt of
a telegram of congratulations
by Alberto de Obarrio, general

manager of the new Presidents

Bemon race track, from top U.S.

turf authority Marshall (Mars)
Cassidy. i.

- Cassitay, executive secretary of
the U.S. Jockey Club, is the first
foreign horse-rac'ne official to

congratulate local authorities on

the occasion of the inauguration

of the new, up-to-date track at

Juan Dias tomorrow.

iiu p-"B f the nr -l

H"Ltt5 th camSgn Just pinch homer with .the bates
Amei: m the, first rnd slam wal wal-51
51 wal-51 v, scheduled to he lop of hi. career, to help John John-out
out John-out what was cneoui -l, m jnn his 12th

nnd came oi i i"1-"1'"

doubleheader.

victory. Bauer's blow came off
reliever Don Mossl and offset
a three' run homer by AI Smith
In the fourth.
Jim Piersall'a two-run homer

in the ninth- toning gave the
Red Sox their victory over the
White Sox. Piersall's blow came
off Jack Harshman, who had
homered himself In the eighth

to nut Chicago ahead. Boston

tied the score in the bottom of
the eighth on Norm Zauchin's
single and Billy Goodman's dou

ble. Leo Kieiy was me winner in
relief of Frank Sullivan.,

Billy Hoeft pitched Detroit Id!
a 4-2 victory over Washington

with a neat four-hit effort. The
Tieers hooped on loser Bob Wies-

iler for two runs in the first in

ning and then clinched matters
with two : more, runs In the.

fourth on two walks, a double,
bv Jack PhllllDs and a balk by

Wiesler. Jim Lemon homered for

Washington.

Vk joe aococ"

Braves started wren
, home ran to the urth,fta1nlfi
off Roger Craig-hw SST
Dodger pitching and Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee added an Insurance run in
the fifth when Eddie Mathews
a ngled home Danny O'Con-
nell ''',. V!

' MUwaukee's tictory cut A full
, rHnrinnati'a lead. Tne

. Redlegs taUine victim to a five five-'
' five-' run rally by .the Phillies in the
i ITlw iilr,o, TrftiHn Art Fnw-

jVSVenlntS.to.PhU.
fashioned their outburst with
thu aid of a two-run double by
iia BiiTvloek. and a two-run

Zi. h timer Valo. Southpaw

HaFvey Haddix, nicked for a
two-run homer by. Ed Bailey in
-th second inning, wag credited

with his seventh triumpn,
- Pittsburgh moved into fourth
. place Dy awtepinn; doiible doiible-header
header doiible-header from Chicago, 2-t and 5-

a Ron Kline nosted his elgntn Left.hander BUI Wieht cf

victory in the opener as Bill vir-Baitimore turned in his first
'don homered for one run ndSnutout 0f year m hiankln?
Dale Long' and" Jack ShepardKansM CHy, 4n. Bob Nieman
each doubled for the other. Er- contributed a three-run homeri
Hie Banks' 22nd homer accounted oft Art Ditmar for the Oriole V
for the Cubs lone run. Longs who gnappe(j a four-game losir
!.:) knn, run In mOrCtlian a .tmiV .n4 tnnlr thalv Kith or HIT

month broke a 4-all tie in the,ln 12 meetings with the Athle- mtr resident of the Isthmus,
ichth inning of the nightcap Uc thlj seasont t will arrive at Tocumen airport

UDd Balnea rcuvcr iui .vi-.-.,. , , i wjuvuvn ..

YESTERDAY'S STAR BOB
Buhl of the Braves, for his six six-hot,
hot, six-hot, 2-0 victory over the Dodgers.-"
'-'' j :t ;

tern'ty.

Cassldy's congratulatory tele

gram is considered here as a
prelude to official recognition by

the U.S. and otner aiuuated

countries. v

Peggy IMenzie
To Be Kevi Track's'
Giiest Tomorrow
- Mrs. Margaret (Peggy) Mae Mae-Kenzle,
Kenzle, Mae-Kenzle, who was regarded as
an "institution" around the
old Juan Franco race track for
many years before leaving
Panama to reside in Tennessee,
will be one of the spec'al
guests at the Presidente Ro Ronton
nton Ronton race track when the new
multi-million dollar racing
plant begins operations for the
first time tomorrow afternoon.
. "Mrs. Mac was the track
bookkeeper and pay mistress
up until eight years ago. She
was also the owner of the Clo Clo-verleaf
verleaf Clo-verleaf Stable, whose blue and

i white silks were made famous

.Face

hU seventh triumph.. Long aisoi

'tripled with the bases full off
, loser Sam Jones in the third in

ning to anve m lour runs u
finale. '':'-'-";-r.":"J-'' l:
Al Dark and Don Uddle, two
ex-Giants, teamed up to lead
the- cardinals to a 5-3 "decision
over New York. Dark's sacrifice
" fly with the bases full in the

prison Music'

MICHIGAN CITY. Ind. (UP)

Alter many momns oi wonung

seventh drove in what proved to to secure funds for musical instru-

be the winning run while Llddle, menu for inmates of the Indiana
who relieved starter Tom Pohol-state Prison, Rep. J. W. Waln Waln-'ky
'ky Waln-'ky was credited with the vie- wright 1 has been successful. Fe

nn ctan Minlftl Wan ThomD- cpntlv he led a concert Of 35 VTIM

son 'and Willie Mays each hit oners at a national conference of,

homers.' - prison officials in Indianapolis.

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h Leaders v
In The Majors

i LIADINO BATTERS
(Based on 175 offish at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Player and Club g ab r h

Baileyr.ClncL 59 186 81,62

Boyer. St. L.
Aaron, Mil.
Musial, St. L.
Robinson, Cln,

pet

,33

77 309 57 99 .320
70 269 43 84 3!S
77 289 44 90 .3H
75 263 58 81 Xt

r.

1

Y

v

Teams W L

Cincinnati . .44 31

Milwaukee . .42 30

Brooklyn . .42 33
Pittsburgh . .37 37
St. Louis . .38 39
Philadelphia .33 43
Chicago . .31 42
New York . .30 42

h

- ' ' I v,. (NEA Telephoto)

PICKOFF ATTEMPT FAILS American League pitcher BUly Pierce (foreground) makes a
futile attempt to pick National League third baseman Ken Boyer (14) off first base in the
second inning ot the All-star game in Washington. Taking the throw is Mickey Vernon.
Umpire is Art Gore. Boyer collected three hits for his team and played a fine defensive
game. v .

P arris
Team

Mak

es IL All-Stars;

23

Plays Braves July

Bengals' Board Of Directors

To Select New Owner

Monday

riKTRrtIT Julv 11 (UP) The' prise half of the director mem-

new owner of th Detroit Tlgeis bership, their recommendation
wiU be selected next Monday by is expected to be approved by
th i.,hv hnnnt nf direetnr bit th board W thout a hitch.

the decision is merely a formal.. Even before the committee
tv V; :-'-v .... (met to' single out .which bid it
?mK.. t ,! Tic,rs dlrec. felt should be accepted, the

tors-nresldent Walter O. Spike) .field had been pared down from

Briggs, secretary and busmen eigm gyiimcmea w i. ,.

manager Harry tsisson, ana wa-L.
ko,ib t CTshftr. Jf.rveeck. the former executive of

made up an executive committee the Cleveland Indians and 8t.
which was handed the task rf Louis Browns; Toronto spoits-ILlLw.w-Vht
rliM-miiHm. man Jack Kent Cooke: Holly-

hU. nrt-Terommendliiff WOod "movie producer Robert

which one should be accepted.

Thev made their decision

Reprinted from Miami Herald

MONTREAL, July 13 (UP)
Miami's Marlins placed putfielder
Bob Bowman and first baseman

Ed Bouchee on the International

League All-Star team which will

play the Milwaukee Braves at To

ronto July 23.
The league leading

Royals landed the most players
on the star team, four, and Mia Miami
mi Miami and Toronto followed, with two

each.

HI

ImU

national Leagua

Pet
.587
.583
.560
.500

.494

CB

hmkn lc:r:5

Teams w L Pet CB
New York . .33 28 1

Vi Chicago . .43 31 J81 IV,

3 Cleveland . .44 32 .579 lu,

6V4 Boston . .41 35 39 10

7 (Detroit . .35 41 .455 11

.434 UW, Baltimore . .34 43 .442 18
.425 12 Washington -.31 51 .378 23ft

m 'JK.ansas ciiy .zs 48 J64 24

' ..si

TODAY'S GAMES
Phlladelphl at Cincinnati (N)
Brooklyn at Milwaukee (N)
Pittsburgh at Chicago
New York at St Louis (N)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Hirst. Game)

Brooklyn 000 000 0000 6 2
Milwaukee 000 110 OOx 2 7 1

Craig (8-4), Roebuck and Cam

panula.

Bum (io-4) ana Bice.
(Second Gaaie
Brooklyn at Milwaukee
(Postponed rain)
(First Game)

Pittsburgh 001 100 0002 10 1

Chicago ooo ooi ooo i i
Kline (8-9) and Shepard.
Kaiser (2-4), Lown and Lan-
drith.
(Second Game)

Pittsburgh 003 100 0105 7 C
Chicago 310 000 0004 9 0

Naranjo, Face (7-4) and roiles.

, Jones (4-8) ana emu.

TODAY'S GAMES

it

Cleveland at New York (Nt ,
Chicago at Boston y
Detroit at Washington (N)
Kansas City at Baltimore (N)
.'.': ..
YESTERDAY'S RESULT
. lit

Cleveland 000 300 0205 ?
New York 01003410x- 0

Lemon (10-7), Mossl, MeLish ;
Agulrre and Naragon.

Kucks
Berra. t

(12-4), Morgan 'and

(MghtOame) -a
Kansas City 000 000 0000 8 1
Baltimore 310 000 00x-4 j 1
Ditmar (7-10), Herriage, (K
man, Shantz and Ginsberg.
Wight (4-7) and Artandoi.

Richmond and Columbus plac placed
ed placed ono each on tha 10-man-sqiiad,
which includes 'a ItfN.
pitcher. Havana, Buffalo and
Rochester failed to get a spot,
but have a chance of gaining
recognition when All-Star man man-agar
agar man-agar Greg Mulleavy of' Mon Montreal
treal Montreal gets around to selecting 14
more players, and two manag

ers to assist him.

(Night Game)
Philadelnhla 200 000 0057 12

Montreal Cincinnati 020000 011 4 6 0

Haddix (7-3-, Meyer, Negray,

BiiU auuLTCftiica..
Fowler (5-9-, Freeman

Bailey.

(Night Game)
Chicago 000 000 0101
Boston O00 000 0123

r

yesterday and since they com-

K-k(ed)';

..........

Cleveland Ab
Avila 2b....i.o. 2 :

Woodling U ...... 4
Smith rf ........ i

Wertz lb

Ward lb

Rosen 3b
Busby cf

Carrasquel ss ....
Narflgon c .......

Lemon, p 2
Mossl p .......... 0
b-Michell ........ 1
McLlsh p. ....... 8
Aguirre p 0
d-Mele ........... 1

H Po

0 2

The No. 1 vote Better was Al

yiii-:i a- i i

nniriatniT. onrt VrA vanrr n..r- rurK, tommDus ounieiaer, DUl

hnrn- .nrf inhn iretp, Kalamq- n? been called up to the ma

m atuAiaan teoMttog ln-'J0" City Athletics.

dustry owners.

- They were the top bidders,
all offering $5 million or more
for the franchise of the Tigers
and Brtggs stadium. :

Th, executive committee de.1 third t baser Jerry .Lumne, Rich

5 cUned to name the bid it wH ZJhm'

treal, outfielder; Bob Bowman,

: The team:--'-r1"'.';
5 Bouchee, Mlami, 5 first bale;

bparky Anderson, Montreal, sec

ond base; Clyde Parris, Montreal,

capacity

Is consummated.

after the deal

2 Knorr-Fetzer combine hlch

n warns mm vu may uii in nn rA

r ecutive

c
ft

c Red-Hot Toronto

Totals

32 5 9 24 10

New York

5 jTakes Over Lead

In Int. League

AMERICAN LEAGUE

McDougald ss .... 2
Siebern If ....... 3
a-Bauer rf ....... 2

Mantle cf ........ 3

Miami, outfielder; Carl Sawatski,
Toronto, catcher; Lynn Loven-

gutb, Toronto, right-handed pitch pitcher,
er, pitcher, Fred Kipp, Montreal, left left-handed
handed left-handed pitcher.

The top three vole getters at

each position:

First Base Bouchee, Miami,

4,993: Cunningham, Rochester, 4,
840: Luke Easter, Buffalo, 2,210.

Second Base anderson, Mom

Harshman (6-5) and T11T.
Sullivan. Klelv (2-2) a a d

and white. ., :

(Night Game) :

New York 020 100 0003
St. Louis 201 000 2005

Gomez (5-9-, Grlssom

Sarni.

Poholsky, Llddle (2-4-

Smlth.

I (Night Game)
8 0 Detroit 200 200 000-4 3'
9 0 Washington 000 100 010 S 1 1
and
Hoeft (11-8) and Wilson. -and,
wiesler (3-6), Chakales, HJter HJter-lly
lly HJter-lly and Fitzgerald. t-

treal, 5,466; Mike Goliat, Toronto,1
4,540; Lou Ortiz, Buffalo, 2,683. I
Third Base Parris, Montreal,
7,935 Johnny Kipon, Columbus, 8, 8,-939;
939; 8,-939; Forest Smith, Cuba, 3,716.

Shortstop Lumpe, Richmond,

5,192; Kasko, Rochester, 5,011;
Chicof Fernandez Montreal, 4,501.

Outfield Pilarcik.' Columbus,

11,300 Bowman, Miami; 5,448; Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, Montreal, 5,316; AlUe Clark,

Rochester, 3,752; Angel scuu, tu tuba,
ba, tuba, 2,251; Bill Renna, Richmond,

2,168; Russ Sullivan, Columbus 2,
165;. Tom Burgess, Rochester, 2, 2,-101:
101: 2,-101: Archie Wilson. Toronto,' 2,017,

Catcher Sawatski, Toronto,

5413; Ray Noble, Columbus, 5,170;
Dick Rand, Rochester, 3,310.
Right-handed Pitchers Loven Loven-ffuth.
ffuth. Loven-ffuth. Toronto. 4578: John Mack-

inson. Rochester. 3,930; Rudy Mi-

narcin, Cuba, 2,491.
Lft.handed Pitchers Kipp.

Montreal, 8,005; Bob Kuzava, Co Columbus,
lumbus, Columbus, 3,472; Pat Scantlebury,

Cuba, 2,891.

Today- f nconto J5 20
;'! At 9:00 p.m.
"ON THE 8TAGB:
RUSSELL
Pins: CBICHO GORDILLO
. On the 8creen:
. "I'LL GET YOU"
"LITTLE BIG HORN"

Today IDEAL 20 JO
"KING OF THE COWBOYS"

"PRISONERS IN
PETTICOATS'' ;

"F.O.S. COAST GUARD'

..n4

... m nn, W 1 ... .

MaxweU, Det. 68 223 50 80 .SO

"' ii ;.T 'kowron lb

i t tr ii wt o ck iowara u

BOMB RUNS

Mantle, Yanks 29

22
22
20
19
19
19

Kluszewskl, Redlegs

Banks, Cubs .
Boyer, Cards
Snider, Dodgers

Bauer, Yanks
Wertz, Indians

RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yanks
Wertz, Indians ; ;
Simpson, Athletics
Long, Pirates ............
Musial, cuds

71
61
r
61
59

' HITS
Mantle, Yanks.,,.,

Boyer, caras ............
Asliburn, Phils .-.-....
Simpson, Athletics' .;....

Runnels, senators

103
99

94
62
92

Kuenn, Tigers 92

- PITCHING
(Based on 8 Decisions)

W I,

Lawrence, Redlegs ..12
Pierce, White Sox ....13
Brewer, Red Sox ....11

turdivant, Yanks 7

Kucks, Yanks 12

ollins rf-lb

Carey 3b -.
Coleman 2b

Kucks p
Morgan p
totals

0
0

35

113 2 A
1 0 2 0 NEW YORK, iuly 13 (UP)
1 1 0 : 1 The red-hot Toronto Maple
l i. 2 C Leafs, niavlntf at a Phenomenal

0 0 1 J .818 clip since June 23. moved,

12 3 C into first place in the mteraa-
11 6 C tlbnal League today past the
0 0 0 0 slumping Montreal Royals.
0 14 1 The Leafs pounded the last-
12 2 1 place Buffalo Bisons, 14-4, Thurs-
1 2 4 S day night, while the Royals were
11 0 1 dropping a twin-bill to the Ro.
0 O 0 J cheater Red Wings, 8-0 and 7-2
. Eddie Blake, 'coasting along
9 12 27, lO.behind an 18-hit barrage, which

v Including a trio oi nome runs oy
a Homered for Siebern in 7th. Archie Wilson, picked up his
b Forceout for Mossl in 7th. (ninth win of the year against
c Ran for Mantle in 7th. five defeats. Blake aided his own!
d Filed out for Agulrre in 9th. cause with a bases-empty homer
in the fifth to add to the Buf-i
Cleveland 000 300 0205 falo woes.
New York 010 034 10x-9, The Red Wings, who have been-
! .r..-i :, Iplaying almost as well as thel
SUMMARY Errors: Rosen,teafs in recent weeks, moved to;
8mlth.RBI: Carey, Smith i, Ber- within a half game of the sec-j
ra, (Mantle and Berra scored on ond-place Royals and only a
error by Rosen in 5th, Bauer 4, game- within Toronto. Harry
Kucks, Carrasquel 2. Doubles: (Duke) Markell went all the way:
Berra, Kucks. HR: Smith, Bauer, in the opener to gain his sixth
Stolen base: Carey. Sacrifice fly:; triumph against four losses, set set-Carey.
Carey. set-Carey. Doubleplays: McDougald! ting Montreal down on six hits,
to Coleman to Skowron 2, Cole- johnny Macklnson was the win-,
man to Skowron. Left on base: ner in the nightcap.
Cleveland 7, New York 10. Bases, The Richmond V I r g 1 nians
on balls: Kucks 6, Lemon 4, downed the columbusJets. 4-2.
.Mossi 1, McLlsh 1, Aguirre K and tot the second straight
Morgan 1. S.O.: Kucks 2, Lemon night the Miami Marlins edged
3, Mossi 17, McLlsh 1, Agulrre l'the Havana Sugar Kings,. 3-2 :
Morgan 1. Hits off: Lemon 7 In on Wednesday night Miami de de-5
5 de-5 1-3. Mossl 2 in 2-3, McLlsh 3 ii feated Havana, 1-0.

B-3, Kucks 8 in 7 1-3, Morgan I scth Moreneaa, wiin srei.ei

Pet I in 1 2-3, Agulrre 0 in 1 1-3. Kurs neip irom Jim uwen; m ww

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THE NEW CHAPEL' at Fort Kobbe will be formally dedicated and opened to the public to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning at 9:45. The chapel, complete in every detail, is the first building at Fort
Kobbe to be erected solely for religious purposes. It will senre the three major denomina denominations
tions denominations Framorco of Panama was the contractor. Worship and inaugural services will be:
Conducted as follows. The formal dedication will be at 9:45 a.m.' tomorrow. On Sunday, the
Protestant service of dedication will be conducted at 11 a.m. at which Lt. Gen. William K.
Harrison commander in chief, Caribbean Command, will deliver the dedicatory address. At At-four
four At-four that afternoon, the Solemn Pontifical Mass will be 'celebrated by The Most Rev. Francis :
Beckman CM, Archbishop of Panama. The public is cordially invited to attend all of the
services. (U.6. Army photo)

IBrilliant Scientist Denied Access
I To His Own Top Secret Inventions

WASHINGTON, July 13 (UP) .cess- to them." But, he added,
rwivrmmint security officers are! "We can't seem to classify his

having trnnhte with a brilliant sci-ihead."

entist who keeps inventing "top se- Gardner, who quit his Air Force
cret ideas." They have denied him I post earlier this year because the
access to his own secrets but can't; administration refused him extra
cim tn "piassifv his head." funds for guided missile research,

.1 Tha was disclosed vester- was called as a witness in the

hv former Assistant Air; subcommittee's investigation of

Force Secretary Trevor Dardner
;in testimony before a House gov government
ernment government operations sueommittee.
Gardner said the Defense De De-apartment
apartment De-apartment refused to clear the sci scientist
entist scientist for access to secret papers
but failed to put a damper on his
brain work.
" .'Unfortunately," he..s a i d,:.
'. "this man had such an inventive
' ability ht keeps coming up with
9 secret arid top secret ideas.".
The results of his work have

'been classified as secret, Gardner

said, and "He no longer ftas ac

government information policies.

He said "at least" half. of the
classified documents in the De Defense
fense Defense Department should be strip

ped of their secrecy labels be-

Weather Or Not

l This weather report, for the 24
1 hourt ending S a.m. today, is prc prc-parti
parti prc-parti by the Meteorological and
r Hydrographie Branch of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Company:
BALBTA CfelStOBAI.
TEMPERATURE

High 87 82
;Low 73 7J
(HUMIDITY
High. ........ 97 98
l.ow, 69 70
WIND
(mux, mph) . 22 19
RAIN (inches) .31 1.57
WATER TEMP.
(inner harbors) 82 82
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SATURDAY, JULY 14

The:
Judge's Bench

8:28 a.m.
8:51 p.m.

2:11
3:43

Two young men were fined $5
each in Balboa Magistrate's court
today on a charge of loitering in

the post exchange bunding at Ai
brook AFB.

Found in the PX without legiti

mate business were Herbert Cecil

Raybourne, 21, an American, and
Isaac Antonio Figueroa, 21, a Pa Panamanian,
namanian, Panamanian, ". ... -1
Matias Edilbcrto Barrios. 40,

Panamanian, had his $10 hail for forfeited
feited forfeited when he failed to appear to
answer a charge of hunting with

out a license. Later, he appeared

and informed police he would Bp.

nly for a oistol permit. It is un

derstood that after this is Issued

his gun will be returned to him.

It was taken away when he was

apprehended.
Justo Abel Murillo, 34, Panama

nian, also had his $10 bail for

hunting without a license forfeited.
Juan Evangelist Moreno, 43, a

Colombian, was convicted of loiter
ins near the Madden Dam. Impo

sition of sentence was suspended

and he was put on probation for

a year.

Fined $10 each for commissary
trespass were Pascual Mayorga,

a.m 1 31, Panamanian, ann Gilberto Zo
p.m. rilla, 21, Panamanian.

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cause "only a few deal with
tional secrets or scientific
crets."

Gardner also testified he Is cer certain
tain certain that some documents are
classified "to save departments

and agencies possible embarrass

ment." He told subcommittee

Chairman John E. Moss (D-Calif.)

"I'm sure that occurs frequently."

But the story of tha interna
tionally-known scientist seemed
to intrigue the subcommittee
members most. Gardner never
identified the scientist by name.

"He is quite conscientious and

tries to observe our procedures."

Gardner said, "although they may

seem ridiculous to mm as to otn otn-ers"
ers" otn-ers" ..
The subcommittee wanted to
know if the scientist knew that
his ideas were secret. '.'.'
"This is a sort of futzy line."

Gardner replied. "He pretty well

knows."
He also said the United States
refused to let the French use a

U. S. proximity fuse at Dien Bien

Phu because it was "ton secret.

Later,' he said, it was discovered

that 20,000 such fuses : had been
in France for years, guarded ex exclusively
clusively exclusively by French soldiers,

"Let the people knot the truth and the country is 'Abraham Uncoln.

list rait

PANAMA, K. r FRIDAY, JULY 13, 195$

Britain 'Sends

To Plan New

OSLO. July 12 (UP) Norway

has filed a new note to Panama
asking why Panama does not
answer previous notes in the so-

caued "Onassis case," tne Nor Norwegian
wegian Norwegian foreign ministry said to

day...,..- .. v

The new protest was sent only

a few days before the Interna International
tional International Whaling Commission con convenes
venes convenes In London on July is to

discuss international questions

In connection with the 1956-57

Antarctic whaling season.

Amonz tne auesuona to be

discussed in London are fco the

Norwegian cnarges against

Onassix and Panama fnr havlnv

violated the International whal- announced today that ,- Britain terms of reference for the con

ing Convention although the Plan 40 flve Cyprus a "rrew.'sUtuUon" as soon as Radcliffe

conflict armeara obsoleU ftfr liberal constitution" providing returns.

Onassis sold his "Olympic Chal. ta eWect tQI tne ultimate trans- "The rate of progress in this

lenger" Whaling expedition toler 01 etrategic, island to qonsututional devel o p m e n t

Japan. Qreece. c v I must, of course, depend Vm the

SU1L however. Norwav wanH caen reempnasizea in parna- : : :

to kndw what Panama intends ment however, that British au- . .

to do in connection with the thorities will not give an inch to AVAl DrAlflf If

Norwegian claims that the Par. rpm Qreeics -until terrorism: Vf ivi riviwu
amanlan insnector on hoard ti-a nas been overcome and order re ...

"Olympic Challenger" had iKtWred." .1 : : AI AflAfl 11 Hinhl

lived up to their International ine Fnme Minister said tr.e
duties. i object of the constitution will be a t i w

to give Cyprus early home rule IIVAf VBO ICrrilOrV
In connecUon with thu mrwiand eventual self-determination v ,VI ,w u ,VI 1,1 Vl I

fllct it has been suggested thrture to mean annexation by UNITED NATIONS, N. Y.. July
all expeditions to the Antarctic Greeceunder terms safeguard. 1? (UP) Russia put the United

henceforth should carry interna- ,nK tn rights of the Turkish states on notice today that it will

flTKCXNTS

Arbiter
Liberal

Cypr

us

To

Constitution

- v. wwnk w ucmmicuiaijjc ui ujrpxua... oe saiu.

tional Inspectors Instead of na. minority.

He announced that Lord

Radcliffe, a seasoaed arbiter
of international disputes, will
leave for Cyprus today to be begin
gin begin preliminary studies for the
constitutional draft. Be indi indicated
cated indicated that Radcliffe will neg negotiate
otiate negotiate with native leaders dur during
ing during his stay en the terror-rid.
den island. :f.'.-.' --'

1955 Boys' Stale

Gels

From Army Oullk

The Jungle Warfare Training
center has added another laurel

to Its records by sending a rep

resentatives to act as "Counsel "Counsellor"
lor" "Counsellor" at the 1956 "Crossroads
Boys' State" sponsored by the

Canal Zone American Legion.
Sp-3 Denis M. Cunningham
company clerk of the 7437th AU

recently returned from a five five-day
day five-day leave of absence from the
jungle center. The Specialist was
honored for his outstaailnjt
work In the promotion of good
citizenship" at a ceremony held

at the .Margarita club hou a THE HAGUE. Holland, July 13
where he was cited for h s con- (UP) The government said yes yes-tribut
tribut yes-tribut on to the program's in. tCrday it has received offers from
struction and supervision. lau over tha world to contribute
The American Legion cor, eyes to partially-blind Praincessi
venes annually to elect a coir. Marijke, whose malady made her

umnuci w jjicseni mouuguioi a central figure m a furore ir

ea aervice uiiaiions- to corn- volving the royal household an I

iiiuniLjr icaucrs, isuinuan orgar. a jaun Dealer, ,
lzatlons and Legion members i ' v

-uu u.t iroiniu u w mtiKi. me government lmormatlot

ance 01 ih Droerara. KDeciaii S service aairi th rnval faitiilu

Cunningham received his clta-,touched by the offers of eyes to
tlon from his unit commander, nine year-old Marijke, but. that
Capt. G. M. Vickery, at JWTCitransplanU are medically imoos

tional comptrollers as has bee t
the case so far. Sweden ha. of.

fered to put inspectors at dis

posal, f

Gunnar Jahn. chairman of the1

Norwegian delegation to the
London meeting, said, however

mat ne did not expect the ques question
tion question to be Officially discussed in

London. : i

But Jahn expected another

conference to be held immedi

ately after the London meeting

iy cuuutnes, actuany operating
malin? exDedltlona In th ai.

tarctlc, to settle the problem. i

mam point up ior discussion

ui Lonaon win be the

quota in the Antarctic for

coming season.

tm..i.h .:; -- J Tne left arm of Horace Jones,
immediately after the war it American carntr fn.m t

was. 16,000 blue whal. units Tt hi PaHfl T.v.

""u ia,ouu ana ior me ea at uorgas Hospital thls morn-
IftSt Seasons tO 15.000 units Tt. Inir ftr KBtno. maWhUI 1.

??!nfteenuUgltested 10 Umlt 14 tw atomoblle accidwt in the In-

,wu uiuu iur uoxt season, on tenor 01 ranama.
both Norway operating moie. ,
Antarctic exneditinns than ,tJ Reportedly. Jones was return.

Doay else and Netherlands mif te last nignt or early this

tins a brand new Mnpriitinn, morning from Santa Clara where

he had been at work on the
construction of a new Episcopal

nurcn.

Canal Carpenter:
Loses Left Arm

4raav;i aj
m n Aulo Accident

putting a brand new expedition
into operation this fall, hav-

maae advance protest against!

uie suggestion aitnougn a sclen-
tlfle Commission. moetlmr In

London in March, state that the
whale stock was In danger of ex-

uucuon 11 eaten was continued

uo ine present oasis.

World Offers

Eyes For Dutch

Princess Marijke

soys' state is a program con

ducted throughout the 48 states
as well as In the Canal Zone
wherein the participants who

are third year men in high

scnooi receive a week of concen

trated instruction in government
and good citizenship.

During the past week the boys

esiaousned tne various struc

tures of government from the

town to th state level and end

ed the session with the election
of Boys' State governor. The

elected governor and on other

boy are tnen selectd to lourney

to Boys' Nation which convenes

in Washington, D.C,

Man Chains Self
To Lamppost
He Loves

sible.

Mm. .

ine statement made no mer-l

tion of faith healer Greet Hof-

mans, who was called in by the
distraught Queen when surserv

failed to restore full vision to the

pnncess.
,, The activities of Misa Hofmans
was reported to have caused a rift
between Queen Juliana and Prince
Bernhard.

Information reaching the hm.

pital was to the effect that his
car suffered a. blowout as he
drove along the Pan American
Highway. At the time, Jones
waa driving with his left arm

out of the window.

ine Diowouc caused nis car

to swerve Into a cattle truck.

in the sideswiping, Jones' arm

was so badly Injured that it had

to De taKen off above the elbow

- A helicopter flew the Injured

man in ior treatment.

Jones is well-known In both

the Zone and Panama for his

community work.

. He has been a moving figure
in the annuel Bov Scout Camn

project in tne voican.

He and Mrs. Jones reside In

Diablo. , .

Airoower Committee
Defavs Questioning

WASHINGTON, July 13 (UP)

ine benate Airpower Subcomm'
tee postponed the planned ques questioning
tioning questioning today of Gen. Nathan F.
Twining, Air Force Chief of Staff.

-Chairman Stuart Symington (D (D-Mo.)
Mo.) (D-Mo.) told the Senate yesterday it

woum oe -premature" to question
Twining "before, the subcommittee
has received a statement from De

fense Secretary Charles E. Wilson

seek action is the United Nations

Security Council if alleged flights
by American military planes ov

er soviet territory continue. -Soviet
Ambassador Georei N.

Zarubin protested the alleged
flights in a note to the state de

partment last Tuesday,

The Prime Minister aald al

so that Britain has "accepted
the principle of self-deter,
mlnation over Turkish pro protests,
tests, protests, but did not Indicate how
soon the Islanders. will be al allowed
lowed allowed to choose their own fu future.
ture. future. Unofficial sources aay tt
may not be until 20 years from
. now. i-,;-'r ; :.( s

Eden said the government has
been unable so far to devise a

formula- for self-determination
which would provide adequate
protection for the Middle Eastern

interests of Britain,: Turkey, and

tneir. allies. ,:, 1 ,t

"it has "become "nla in -that

steps to create conditions which
might lead to the application of
self-determination for Cyprus
would raise far widef issues for

Israeli Ambassador
Chats With Lloyd

i On Recent Tension

Yesterday; Arkady A. Sobolev,
Russia's ambassador to the U.N.,

complained to the Security Counl

cu ana saia tnat "in case such

inadmissible actions on the cart

American military authorities arei

reneated. the eovernment of the1 LONDON. July 13 (UP) Israe

USSR will be forced to place this: li Ambassador Eliahu EJath called
question for the consideration of on Foreign Secretary Selwyn

the Security Council and to call

for this purpose a meeting of the,

security council."

Washington already has replied

.-am certain steps can, be
taken within the island Itself.
The government therefore in
tends to proceed with the devel development
opment development of internal self -govern-ment
in Cyprus."
The Laborite oppo i 1 1 1 0 a
promptly .renewed. Its attack on on-the
the on-the government' determination
to crush underground resistance
on Cyprus -, before liberalizlntf
the government of the island.
t ...t . 1

LiTjie League

Boys A; Girls 1

bot Lodge Jr. told the U.N. dis

armament commission, where the

Russian charge was repeated yes-

terday, that Moscow s comolaint

"will be looked into very vigorous vigorously."
ly." vigorously." Russia charged that on July
an American plane flying from

West Germany penetrated almost

200 miles into Russia in the Grod

no region and stayed in Soviet ter territory
ritory territory for more than 90 minutes.

It charged that other American

military planes flew over Russia
on July 5, 9 and 10, going up to 94

miles beyond the border and 'stay
ing for more than an hour.

Five tables were fcnrn In Hipn

Solo Hospital during the period end

ing at midnight, July 11, according
to the weekly hospital renort.- Dur

ing the same period, 67 patients

were admitted and 85 wera riis.

charged.

Boy babies, wera born tn th

following American citizens: ALC

and- Mrs. Homer Walker, of Cm-a

Solo, daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Har.

un iroucn, of Margarita, daugh

ter; ADC and Mrs.: John Huskey.

Lloyd today. ,. Informed sources "j'S .-8er:

said he asked Britain to exert -.r w,uu'11
moderating influence on Jordan. i y P; v ' .

The foreign office, in announc-' 7"lH ana

are Panamanian citizens.

"informally" to the Soviet nrotest uig the meeting, said it was ar-

and U.S. Ambassador Henrr ('..ranged at Elath's request but it

declmed to disclose the topic oil

the conference

on the nation's air strength.

. Wilsin elr A4 narmiQeinn moV.

WARWICK, England, July 11 the statement in renlv tn rharsres

"ST w EarL of Warwlt by Symington that some of the Pe Pe-sald
sald Pe-sald today he has strung an elec- fense Secretary's testimony about

' '' "" me nauon s airpower -was in "di-the year. But last week's new
his castle. No fear of prow!eis rect conflict" with that presented cases were only 17 more than
getting in. He Just wants to keep by high-ranking military officials, were retorted In the previous
his pet peacocks from getting Symington did not say when week. This is a much smaller
Q"t. Twining will be questioned. than usual rise.

Two Polio Patients
Discharged; Ho Hew
Cases Reported
Two of the patients who have

been confined to Oorgaa Hos

pital with polio were dismissed
yesterday, the Canal announced
today.
- No new cases have been diag

nosed at Oorgas.
In Panama also there are no
reports of new cases of the disease.

Meanwhile, from Washington

came word that 'the Public
Health Service had Announced
that 275 new eases of polio were
reported in the nation last week.
This was a sharp decline from

the 405 cases reported in the

corresponding week of 1955.
So far this year, there have

been 2931 polio cases reported.

The figure stood at 4111 at the
corresponding date of last year.

oinciais saia tnere was no

way yet to determine whether

Salk anti-polio vaccine Is keep keeping
ing keeping down the number of cases.
But they feel certain inocula inoculations
tions inoculations will have prevented hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of cases before the disease

year ends. . -.-,

poiio cases usually swing up

ward sharply at this time of

Britain has returned c o m m lt-

ments, toward Jordan under tlie
Anglo-Jordanian pact. Elath was
reported to have asked Lloyed to
use its influence in Amman : to
help relax the recent tension on
the Jordan-Israel border.

Quest For Quists

Civil Defense
Volunteers
Meet Next Wetik ;
The Paraiso Civil Defense Vot-

uiuccr v-urps win meet on JU0U
day at 7:30 p.m. at the school.
The towns of Gatun and Diablo
will tinM thai Wfinthtu r;..:i t-

v iense meeting on Tuesday, July 17
(UPl-A Quist is. questing ; thei and -Wednesday Jul v is VLJ.'

U'. The ladies of Gatun will meet

at 9 p.m. at the Service Center and

Service Center,

All members of

the

world for other Qulsts.

, J. QUlst of Hilversum, Holland

wants other Quista at home and th. niahin iaHim o tn .. .u.

lt kl- I. ....... i T -" U1D

nons ior ft grand reunion- m
Holland of persons with the fam family
ily family name, ;
Quist said he has traced the
name back through Sweden
Britain and France.
There are seven Qulsts alone
listed In the Manhattan- tele telephone
phone telephone directory in. New York.- 1

reftneittiva

townsites Civil Defense Volunteer
Corps are urged to attend as there
will be final arrangements and in instructions
structions instructions for the National exercise
"OPERATION ALERT 1956" on Ju July
ly July 20, 1956. -
The general public Is invited to
attend. . -

STOKE ON TRENT. England

July 13 (UP) Sculptor Arnold
Machin has a lamppost to love

and cnerish until rust do them
part. -Th
44-year-old sculptor and

pottery designer fell tn love with Fifty-eight tired beauties from

one oi tne oia iron gas lamps m.tnrougnout the world settled

Feverish Activity Marks Arrival
Of 58 Tired Beauty Contestants

LONO BEACH, July 13 (UP)

Stoke-on-Trent. He chained him-

self to lt yesterday as workmen
were arriving to haul it down
and replace it with a newfan newfangled
gled newfangled electric street light.

Came the police, came a tor

rent of words from Machin

I onus wio ugm ox nia ujc,

ounce were symoauieuc.

Machln's wife came and pro-1

auced the key to the chain,

Authorities decided that if

Machin loved the lamppost so
much that he was willing to be

cnamea to it, ne could buy it.
"It's such a beautiful thing."

Machin said amis face ht up.

down in the Lafayette Hotel
here last night while visions of

new cars,, movie contracts and
the world's championship of

pulchritude danced In, their

matfv Kao)i

i v. vvj i4vauih f t

a There were 24 forelen ilrls

The and 34 Americans registered last

nignt by the time tne ugbts
went out In their hotel rooms.
But other contestants were in
airliners : en route to Long

Beacn. At least five, the Misses
Argentina, Chile, Guatemala
Holland and Peru, were still to
arrive. -

ters, the feverish activity of run run-nine
nine run-nine the spectacle continued

into the night and the festive

mooa wag somewhat saddened
with the news certain contes contestants
tants contestants had been dropped.
For one reason or another, the
Misses El Salvador, Nicaragua

Honduras, Paraguay and Korea

were out. The officials remem remembered
bered remembered from last year the con contestants
testants contestants these nations had con contributed.
tributed. contributed. Maribel Arrleta, from
El Salvador, had one on to be become
come become t runner-up. And all had
been delighted by the cute, per personable
sonable personable Miss Korea who danced
the Jitterbug In her native Ko

rean costume.

Irrthetonvention- headquar-'t--A-poiitical" elecOotniTKorea

was blamed for i that nation's
not having a delegate this year
In other cases, the reasons of offered
fered offered by executive producer Os Oscar
car Oscar Meinhardt were lack of fi

nancing of the trip and In somei

cases ne said "I simply doui
know." '. ...
When the beauties awake aft after
er after their first night In the Lafa Lafayette,
yette, Lafayette, they'll begin another day!
which will leave them as tired
as did the first It will involve
the first rehearsal for the lavish
stage productions that will mark
the official pageant and the
judging. And in the evening
they'll take the traditional!
'welcome" tour aboard a mot or i
launch lit Long BeachHarbor.

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