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PANAMA, R. P MONDAY, JULY IS, 1951
Defense Lawyer Fights 'Silence Barrier As
Marine Death March
Court Martial Opans
iiPTS m.ANll 5L C. Julv U fenss table, he was dressed in
htp Marine S-Sst Matthew G.1 freshly-Dressed khakis, his tie
McKeon went oo trial today clipped with a Marine emblem,
charged with causing the deaths The opening session was occu-of-six.
recruits he marched into pied with the military formali formali-a
a formali-a tidal creed to "teach them dis-Ities of getting a court martial un un-cinlinei"
cinlinei" un-cinlinei" der way introduction of counsel
McKeon, ram-roa iiraijjui w ;ana awwrvcg u w
walked into the tense general
court martial, was the central iig iig-.
. iig-. lire in a trial that some military
authorities called the most impor important
tant important court martial since Bitly
- McKeon was charged speciflcalr
Iv with being drunk tne night
of the "Tragedy of Ribbon
, Creek," with negligence and with
'using the night march, as punish
C svAn officers of the court filed
into the white shingled elementa elementary
ry elementary school building of this famed
li.rina training oeDOt aud tOOK
their places in tne auditorium
where the children of the Ma Ma-.
. Ma-. rines stationed here have their
i nretty dark haired
' wUe, wearing a whito maternity
uihi from a spectators
eat as h accused husband walk
ed into ths courtroom, wim m
' trial counsel.
With -her were James ,. McKeon,
Worcester, Mass., the ?Anftrt
brother, and his half-sister, Mrs.
Mary Hanratty, also of Worcester.
Of the 138 seats in the court court-i
i court-i TKrved for tne
i,...' nnlv 35 soectators, civUian
and. Marines, were seated as the
trial began. ; .
m.v. hinds clasped in his
lap, st at one corner of the oe-
. vioi f the suit cf Robert J.
Boyd .and 100 other piloU tewus
'the Panama l,uuiv"j
teredvits second t0?J:;;,
-After only one day's rest, tired
nrj attomevs- trudged
V.-1, itA tts nistrict Court at
Ancon loaded down with refer reference
ence reference material- and exhibits for
later presentation-;. -.
Government documents arriv arrived
ed arrived chiefly In corrugated paste pasteboard
board pasteboard boxes and were unloaded
from the trunk of the Private
nutomobtle of Personnel Dhrec-
, tnr wdward A. Doolan. who Is m
. court as the wptjrV-iP;
entatlve. Each night this jtnate-
rlal has to ro nacK w i ne am-
min" tor safekeeping. ,zst
Pilots and their ; C d u n s e
brought most of their material
fciiiv hrief rases ani docu
ment bags. Its overnight nesting
place is Chief Counsel' William
8. Tyson's room at Tirol! Guesti
The first witness today was W
O. Mullini of New Ydrk Gov-
him an evnert ouallfied to
. testify, regarding rates afid prac-
ticea for ma tea and misters, of
A vice-president of th Amer American
ican American Merchant Marine Institute
- vi. -,..w ..l.tu tn th.'nirnt.ta.
- tion of labor contractj with li licensed
censed licensed and unlicensed seagoing
nsrxonn He is a aaauaie oi
Columbia University 7 School of
, journausm. i
After arguments bet w e n
counsel, be: was admitted as an
expert. Among other matters, he
explained how a so-called "pow-er-tonnaee"
formula the sum
. ef a ship's gross tonnage and Us
horsepower is uuuzea in ar
He rave th salaries of mat
ters and mates under several.
types of contracts, Including
those apply ins; to tanxers.
'.' Bl m ABaAfiA ASl
; Secp'Doxes -1?""'
"CHICAGO," July ll(UP) w
Something new in political soap
boxes will be introduced at the
1958 Democratic National con-
TCiiwuu raUMi vaww mw 'iiu
The new soap box to be used
- by Democratic speakers rises six
feet above floor level and In Includes
cludes Includes an automatic elevator.
' air-conditioning, modern speech
aids and built-in lighting. ,
J. Leonard Reinsch, Democra Democratic
tic Democratic National Convention man
ager, revealed details of the ros rostrum
trum rostrum today. (
,The built-in elevator platform
can- be raised or lowered accord according
ing according to a speaker's height and
enable him to be In complete
view of his audience. Reinsch
' said the air conditioners will
prevent! speaker from perspir perspir-fnt
fnt perspir-fnt under the strong glare Qi
McKeon's lawyer f was fighting
through a "barrier of silence"
concerning irregular training prac
tices at the Farm island depot
such as night marches into the
marsh land which forms a good
part of the terrain around here,
Lcrd Rdclilb v:
Esccr!:d To Church
Dy Arrnsrcd Cek ;
NICOSIA. Cyprus. July IS (UP)
Britain's Lord Badcliffe, here
to work on a new Cyprus consti
tution, went to .church, yesterday
in a bullet-oroof car.
Three armored cars escorted
him and waited outside St. Paul's
Church. Troops guarded all roads
leading to the mile long route
from Government House taken by
Radcliffe, his wife and Cyprus
Gov. Sir John' Harding and his
'. Churchgoers were watched
carefully by security men as they
entered the building. Troops arm
ed with rifles stood in the church
yard. Detectives watched the con
gregation through the church
Jtadcliffe has run into strong op
position sine nis arrival n ere
Saturday. He will stay several
weeks for preliminary investiga investigations
tions investigations before returning to London
to draft the constitution,,
UU.ll ,. ...i I
turned fro, a !.. a-imposed ex
in the Seychelles island,- Britain
has refused, to make such a move.
LEAVE FOR LONDON Marilyn Monroe and her new hus husband,
band, husband, Arthur Miller, are shown at IdlewJld Airport in New York
shortly before they .took, off" for London. The couple flew to
London for a honeymoon and while they are there,- Marilyn
V will, work with Lawrence Olivier in a movie. ;
Marilyn's Peek-a-Boo Midriff
Stars In Reaching Conference
PC Board Meeting;
Governor W; E. Potter return
ed to the Canal Zone early this
morning from Washington where
he attended the quarterly meet meeting
ing meeting of the Board of Directors of
the Panama Canal Company
held Saturday in the Pentagon
Accompanying : the Governor
to Washington to attend the
meeting was Philip L. Steers, Jr.,
Comptroller and a General Of
fice! of the Company. Steers also
returned this morning with the
Lady Or The Tiger?
WASHINGTON, July 1 (tJP)
M mtruaer was choking Mrs. Hel-i
en .Darling early yesterday when
she began screaming.
He got frightened and ran
srraigni mto a closet.
Not ln there you dope," Mrs.
Darling exclaimed. VThe.eth cr
The intruder tried the other
door but failed again. It was lock locked.
"f wanted to get him. at,"
said. Mrs. Darling, I unlokced
The intruder, a Negro, finally
maee his getaway, unidentified.
XONtiON, iuly 18 (UP) Ma
rilyn Monroe; sheathed in a skin
tight black dress with a peex-a-
I boo middle, announced yesterday
that Se Will not rno"nre
. iie aiu tne. v ,,s
about wanting to p' r. ... j a rt s
of Dostoyevsky's Cruhcnake and
Shakespeare's Lady Macbeth.
"But I still hope to wear bathing
suits as long at I'm able to wear
The press conference, : in' the
Savoy Hotel, was a repeat of the
rollicking, wisecracking perform performance
ance performance she gave for newsmen at the
airport when she. arrived Satur
day. -.V '
The story of that conference
dominated the front pages of ev
ery London Sunday newspaper, e e-clipsing
clipsing e-clipsing Prime Minister Anthony
Eden's speech warning the United
Kingdom facea poverty.
The 200 newspapermen, most of
them Britishers, laughed, chortled
and cheered at her earthy re
She received : another wolf-wel-mmi
when she walked if that is
the word into the reception with
her skin showing through the dia diaphanous
phanous diaphanous middle of her dre.
She said the fish-net midriff "is
not my idea but it's my mid
Teen-age fans outside the build building
ing building screamed wiht delight at her
first puDUC appearance.
A newsman brought up the fact
that she was once quoted as say saying
ing saying that Chanel No. S perfume
was all she wore to bed. He asked
if the would change to pajamas
now that she was in England.
, "Well. I
might try Yardley's
she said coyly.
RP Mother Locates tt-Year-Old Son,
Missing Since May; In B:!boa Court
A mother told Judge John
Demlne- she had not been able
to find her 13-year-old son since
last May, located him In Balboa
Magistrate's Court .today when
he appeared to Answer twe
charges of petit larceny.
The boy la a Colombian wnose
father has retnirned to his na
tlve country. The mother lives In
Rio Abijo. 1
ties, so the charge was dismiss dismissed.
ed. dismissed. The other charge, on which
Rivera was convicted, was that
of stealing a pair of trousers and
a belt valued at $2.50 from Lar
ry Robertson in th locker room
of the Balboa YMCA swimming
pool. 1 i 1
Balboa police are holding a
pair of shoes and a jersey-
brown, salmon ana grey wnicn
Rivera admitted taking from
someone else at : the YMCA
locker room. ..
The lad also admitted to hav
ins; taken two forks and a knife
One charre against resource'
ful young Jorge Enrique Rivera
was dismissed. He was found.
guilty of the other theft, but im
position of sentence was sus
pended on the condition that he from the commissary.
stay at or near -his home ana
be guilty of no other offense. J
one oi tne cases against
young Rivera developed when a
Canal Zone policeman saw him
moving two cases of empty soda
bottles valued at $3 60. To all
appearances the policeman said
ne cases had come from the
Knights of Columbus Club in
Her new hnstianif lt!,'. w;i
ler, stood by her side through it
au. a very once in a while they
iucmcu m Diner s: nanas.
fhe glanced fnn'"v st t-m
... Vf; h p P"' ii.
.sd, hell play large part
in my personal life and that's all
( say, eoout that she
Later she confessed, 'We want
to start a family."
NUERNBERG. Germany, July
18 (UP) The deaths -of twci
German civilians -from Injuries
allegedly sustained in weekend
brawls with American soldiers
loaay neignienea German re
sentment against U.S. troops.
German, police reports blamed
the Americans for; provoking the
fights. The incidents were the
latest in a series of violent epi
sodes which already ; has cuased
the city of Bamberg in. Bavaria
to aemana the closure oi au
American bases in the area.
Hans Weyranth, a 20-year-old
bricklayer, died in a Mu Munich
nich Munich hospital last night of in internal
ternal internal injuries. Police said he
was beaten and kicked by a
drunken American soldier.
Gnenther Mailer, 17, dl'eil
Saturday of a fractkred aknlL
Police said he was beaten ever
the bead with a beer bottle.
The U.S.. Army said the fight
between the soldiers and the
Germans started after the Ger Germans
mans Germans "insulted": the Gl's.
west German newspapers have
called on U.S. officers to Impose
tighter disciplinary measures on
off-duty troops to prevent such
The e'ty council of Bamberg
demanded the evacuation of
all American bases la the area
following the rape of a 15-year-old
girl last Monday.
Seven soldiers were charged
With the crime.' u 4
Members of the 21-nation OAS
eouncilare scheduled to arrive at
Tocumen early tomorrow to make
final preparations for a series of
meetings which will start Wednes
day morning and end Sunday aft
ernoon with a meeting in honor
of the Presidents : of the Ameri
can Republics who attend the Pa
Up until today the Presidents of
11 countries have officially notified
President Arias of their intention
te attend. Bolivia and Peru will
send their Presidents-elect. It is
believed in official circles that
Ecuador and El Salvador may do
uie same. .. .,
Word it 1 also expected soon
from Venezuela and Mexico. No
indication of acceptance of other
wise has been received from the
Dominian Republic, It is be
lieved that Argentina and Colom.
bia will not attend the meeting:
, The first official ect by .the
' OAs Delegates will be e visit
te me Panama Fereign Minis Ministry,
try, Ministry, followed by e visit te Presi President
dent President Arias prier te the inaugural
session scheduled fr 11 a.m.
Wednesday in the Selivar Salem
l'he OAS delegate; and their
wives will be guests of Foreign
Minister Alberto Boyd at a buflet
luucheon scheduled for Wednes
day at the Panama Golf Club. The
same night they will be guests of
President and Mrs. Arias at t ga
la' rec'ion in .the Presidincia.
I c 'ft
WASHINGTON, July 16 (UP) White Housi
Secretory James Hagerty said today the President v
tend his stay in .Panama by a full day to visit ir.f:
with other Chief Executives attending the confjrrr
. Mr. tisenhower will leave by plane about
Friday, arriving in Panama at 9 a.m. Saturrlnv Tl
conferences end Sunday night, but the President
return here until early Tuesday.
Ma). Gen. Howard McC. Snyder, the Presl.'
sician, will accompany Mr. Eisenhower to Panarr
' Others in the party include the President's
Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower; Secretary of State J;!
Dulles; Presidential assistant Sherman Adams c c-F..
F.. c-F.. Holland, assistant Secretary of State for l-
Dulles will fly: in a separate
plane, leavlns; about 30 'minutes
ahead of the President.-
Hagerty emphasized that the
President, still recuperet 1 n g
from his June 9 operation, wifl
not participate Jn elaborate
seated banquets. ; '"
' Instead, he said, he wllr con
fine his social participation'' to
41 00? V
Frcn Volcen Camp;
H:s Cruised Knee
Charfcs K. Cross Jr. "was eva evacuated
cuated evacuated by air from the El Volcan
ouy coui encampment m Chiri.
qui Province, Republic of Pana Pana-"i"
"i" Pana-"i" ?aturday fter h was injur-
" e ieu irom a norse.
..,Tt f0ur evacuation
cime, through the Rescue Coordi Coordination
nation Coordination Center at Albrook when
cant. Jack Russet Pimn ni...
feared Cross had received a frao!
An Army L-23 plane piloted iy
.""" worse oi uie B37th
Aviation Company Engineer (IA (IA-GS)
GS) (IA-GS) with Air Force Flight Sur Surgeon
geon Surgeon Dr. Francix Kan hn.r4
made the' evacuation.
-cross, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles K Cross of Balhn
tacen to Gorcan whir it
found that he had received a brui.
i inee. tie was released from the
nospuai Saturday night.
Cross is One Of 59 rnnt fpnm
Clayton, Ft. Kobbe and Balboa
a sinuiAr asaiui on
old girl near here.
llhxi Pc!b Cases
Reported I.i (c!:n
' Three new cases of polio were
reported admitted to Amador
Guerrero Hospital m Colon over
Physicians there have warned
parents against permitting enu enu-dren
dren enu-dren to play in unsanitary plac
es. They urge close -observance
of sanitary measures.
Gorges reported no new eases
today. - '-
in Chicago, meanwhile, medl
cal authorities said there are no
indications that a polio outbreak
of "emergency proportions" In
the city is on the wane despite
a stepped on inoculation pro
gram. 1 :
... ... . at '-v.
A luncheon ia also scheduled fori
Thursday at which Mrs, Isabel
Espmosa Vallarina,- wife of Pa Pa-nama's
nama's Pa-nama's delegate to. the OAS, will
be host to the wives of the other
members of the OAS Council.
-AlMJnciuaea among uie activi
ties to be conducted by the OAS
Council Include:? unveUlng of a
cjinmemorative plaque of the Pa
nam, meeting and; lay i n g -a
wreath at the Bolivar ihonument,
in addition to the meeting at which
the delegates will deliver speech
US Policy Will
Cause Fatal War,
.'I. .'... A' ". ''. I .f . 1 1 '.I ' V 1
BONN, Germany, July H (UP)
Indian Premier Jawahanai
Eleven new cases of polio were TT llk., ,.-.
..j ..i..j.w u rr wr- w r-
man N. Bundernsen, president Of ,Ital wmic f"'
the Chicago Board of Health.' tor jn lenethy speech
boost the city's total so far; th .foreign policy Society
ShcpibV As! US,
Brilai.1 To B:n
. MOSCOW, July lfl (UPf So Soviet
viet Soviet Foreign Minister Dmitri
Shepllov appealed today to the
United States and Great Brit Brit-Sin
Sin Brit-Sin to prohibit nuclear weapons
Shepilov addressed the Su
preme Soviet (parliament) in a
20 minute speech in support of
an appeal from the Japanese
parliament for a ban on nuclear
He' said it mav be difficult to
obtain agreement to outlaw, the
use of nuclear weapons, but said
oanninrot tests would be easier
Shepilov ; proposed three pos
sible methods of agreement to
outlaw nuclear testsr:
1 -1) An agreement within "the
to the! framework, of the United No-
vear to 151 cases,
The incidence of the disease is
about five times greater urn
year than during the same pe period
riod period last year.
Most of the cases have occur
red in a West Side slum area
where emergency Salk polio vac vaccine
cine vaccine renter have been set up.
Doctors and nurses working in
currently manin.ii mtvi vi-I-' iwciors ana nurses worn
?" .c,moei l f 1 Vo,"nithe area have elven out "hun
. twu-wcu penoa. iwo otnerui-.j.ii tr A -hilHren
groups of about 50 each are e. dIed ?V5 .f.1??1 10 ctlllann
oi .wornea Daieuts. ...
' Bundesen said the median age
of polio victims is four and one one-half
half one-half years.
He said this is tne leasi moe
tivupn oi aooui so eacn are ex
peered to take part in this sum summer's,
mer's, summer's, camninB. orotrram.
Tne camp, operated bv Armv
personnel hat constant communi communication.,
cation., communication., with the Canal Zone and
emergency, aid is always availa available
ble available tg the camn from the Canal
Fcr Ilunlsr InZcne
' The: hooked beak on the jungle
bird he shot to cook for his din dinner
ner dinner wis the undoing of hunter Sa Salomon
lomon Salomon Tejada, 29, Panamanian.
In Balboa Magistrate's Court
this morning Tejada was fined $5
lor snooting a toucan, "a bird
which it is unlawful to kill."
Canal Zone policeman patrol patrolling
ling patrolling the area of the K-1Q and K-15
roads on the West Bank observed
Police are also holding the bow. Tejada walking along with a shot-
of an adult archery set which! gun. ...
was recovered from Rivera. The When the hunter could produce
boy claims to have purchased It no permit to carry a gun in the
at the commissary. - Canal Zone, the policeman inves inves-.
. inves-. Except for the eight days prior tigated the- contents of the bag
to his arrest, the court did not and found the decorative bird.
learn how Rivera had, been
maintaining himself since he
left home. He was staying with
Balboa. In court, however, it didlthe family of an American in
not appear that the club had: Panama city at the time he was
kept an accurate record of emp-1 apprehended.
Tejada was also fined $10 for
carrying a shotgun unlawfully, but
the payment of the fine was sus suspended
pended suspended and he was put on proba
criticized what he called Amer America's
ica's America's ."missionary attitude,' and
rharred that th United States
is tryine tb force ; 'neutralists"!
like India to adopt Its policies.
''Tf this sort of thine were car-
Tied furthers t would mean ul
timately that tne wnoie worm
would be divided ; Into two
camps ready one day to spring
2) A tripartite agreement be
tween the Soviet Union, the
United States and Britain, which
other nations could join later.
, 3) A unilateral. pledge from
each-f the three states to give
up- nuclear tests.-
He said ir the Tinned States
and Britain expressed willing
fiftac 'in .han' vnti1a t.et tVr
other's throats," he)Wtmid be no dlfJiculiy ra 'reach
"it i not advantageous that
the world should be divided into
two armed .camps,; since this j
would lead ultimately to a con conflict
flict conflict which in this atomic era
iilated in rroun. and he urged; would be fatal for the. world.".
that children under five vears The Indian leader did not since he became Foreten Mints
old be Riven shots as well : ai comment -on the results of Rus-jter In succession to Vyacheslav
older children. : sian ioreign policy. m. Moiotov. v
The Soviet Union, he. added.
whs prepared to begin negotia negotiations
tions negotiations Immediately to reach such
a It was Shepilov' s maiden
speech to the Supreme Soviet
dent hoover I i
pal speech at t, ?
wauonai Convention w
meets Aug.' 20 in Ean Fra.
The United Pres was ii.foi i i-ed
ed i-ed that Mr. Hoover had accct accct-ed
ed accct-ed the Invitation. Mr. Eisen!,v Eisen!,v-ers
ers Eisen!,v-ers bid to his most imme.:.dte
Republican precedessor w?s Jn
the form of a letter.; The Presi President
dent President heard Indirectly that Mr.
Hooverwas not planning to at attend
tend attend this year's convention al although
though although he usually has been an
honored guest at those affairs.
Mr. Eisenhower wrote a per personal
sonal personal appeal to Mr. Hoover to
reconsider and. further ac
cept an important spot on the
c1nven. 0,1 Prosi"am- Mr. Hoover
will celebrate his 82nd birthday
on Aug. 10 ;
MARINES TARE TO THE AIR Helicopters loaded with combat Marines rise from the
"deck" on their way to take an "enemy" stro nghold during a demonstration of. a new,war-f.iy.nni-nt.
tiinwn as vertical enveloDment for sea attack on a shore-based enemy. The
ion for a year on this misdeamea-rMdeck" is an airstrip at Camp Pendleton, Calif.; and Is a replica of the flight deck of the first
toe, It helicopter assault carriei, the USS Thetis Bay, which will be. launched July 20,
Htrt the Manty lax Utrt ie
the Currant drive f the Vatarint
f Scraifn, Wart for fundi tt unj
the VFW All-Stir T(.n.(
Htm H Htnhtr, a., in Auaurt re
(ameer in rhe riatianal VFW ttt ttt-af
af ttt-af baitball teurnanicnf : ...
Centributinnt may ti itiui 44
the VFW Ttenar Lataut, l
, Here It tha Manay lex Scar i 1
the (arrant drfve ef tht Vtto
tt Farcifn Wan for funds to 1
the VFW Ali-Star Tatn.aa
Nam te Hankay, ft,, m August
(mnata In tka national VFW te-T-at
j Centrifeutioni mar mailed t
tho YFW Taenar league, (
2011, Curundu, C. Z....
Reeerved of July 5.... $201 0.7"
Further receipte to July 12:
Sale of keoiter ticket!.. 7
Ine Standard Oil Co.... IS
I .. Sommer 25
Clinics Raymond 23
" '' '.$2082.'
In reoort of June 21 the t
tributien of lithmian Con;ru
Inc. was erroneously listed v
the name Isthmian Contracton.
r A 'li-year-old : boy who
caught carrying a stolen bin
I paper bag received a 10-ri.v
sentence in Balboa Magi.
He was also given a sir
sentence on a vagrancy d
Esteban Saavedra, a V.
nian who who had a previ
ord of petit larcenies in 1
City, pleaded uguilty to t"
of the blouse from one Ar!
lard of Balsa Street.
The blouse was value i
' TEX PANAMA AMERICAN AJt IXDEPENBENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, JT1Y 18, 1951
(THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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Xi Orrict: It I7K Cintkal Avimia ctwiim'iztm ANo'fSV Itrattra
roMWM KtrniMNTATIVf. JOSHUA B. POWERS. INC...
S49 MAOIMM AVI. Naw Voftjl. 1171 N. V.' ; 4 J-
, WORTH M t 70 S.BO
FOR SIX MONTHS,. IN SO 1S.0O
o ONt IA IN '" 14 OO
T S IS YOUt lORUM TBI RIADM.S OWN COiUMH
' Thm UulL h mm MM mt mmIm at Taa PlMIM AlMlkM
-."ft m wcttae1 aratafwtty aae kaadM to whollr ceafiaeatial
MM. ... .'. ..'-.......
- It tm raatrftata e HJttai eaal fte haaa-t ft aaasa't tk
t 4u UtHn ate fatMtfcea' hi Hie fecahwe.
lee try te keep Km lnit limit) te mm MS HMflta.
Mwrtit at latter wrtMct b Mia M amctett caatttaaca.
aa iMMMikiMf st ttareaat a taJaJaai
7HE MAIL. BOX
FUNDS FOR GORGAS
Your MalfBox correspondents seem to have widely differing
i;l- about what is needed to buna up me oeuwu uwww
11- nians '
. ome uiiJik It should be a public bat. Other lumpJ,Kif
V Honed schools. While I am not a teetotaler, I feel that
tiir tar situation is not the mfst vital lactoi inihappx com com-n
n com-n ity life. -1 suggest to the writer ol that letter that he take
the type that would bring down the Trath of. all on the, CZ
go' -rnment If they were to sponsor a tar. -V,
No. I'd along with the school proposition. Education
(s i nportanvand our kids should be comfortable while they try
lo Jcarn. oo snouia un iocuvib aw u S!2y"
n before education, comes tne question of health.
Jrtfmph tft nil tin With V"-
iiuTj, even oeion tauutuvu, twuM m"'" ",
r .w iifHna mnmm nf the nennv-cinchlns controls, "Which
have been handicapping our hospitals for-the past years? Why
s'muld Oorgaa and Coco-Solo have t stmggU along lttwjut
iufiicient nurster staff, with reducedUocal ratjsjhelp, with a
mum Dadget lot. supplies, and no bjidgeta atAll for Improve-
The reputaQon of .the U.S. was greafiyrerthanGed-'by. the
k done by Dr. Gorgas and his associates during", eonstruction
5 The standards of' hearth in the Canal :Zone" were .the
e of the States and an example tothe .-world. v
r- fh wealth Tnartment a chance to build this' lepjrca
t'.-n a peak once more and give it pnougH money to. make
t-e hp- iitals here up to the'standards of som of the hospitals
Uncle Urn pcys'for overseas.;- '''''''.'Xiit--'
w w.rohwt j nwn irc knows that GoVv Potter 'Will. be. ham-
An,n v j-i,ir.irrM in hi efforts to d ft' (rood tobtbut' If he : havp barred federal school coil'
ill flaht for these things for the Zone -heAyill wlii the Jespect If traction, grants, to states not- in
Of the employer 01 tne Manama wu v t ?"a "7;
pie who come hre for medical care fitp aloyer South, Anier
WASHINGTON (NEA) Bil
lions for bigger bombs and bomb
ers to destroy civilization and
more millions for motorists to
ride on super-highways. But not
one cent for federal aid to educa
tion. - r
House of Representatives final
action In killing the amended 400
million dollar Federal School Con Construction
struction Construction bill introduced by Rep.
Augustine B. Kelley (D-Pa)
makes that tne policy ol uus ses session
sion session of Congress, at least.
There wiu De long arguments
and many alibis to explain what
happened to this school legisla legislation
tion legislation in one of the maddest after afternoons
noons afternoons of congressional history.
The House' of Representatives is
always unpredictable, but this
It was a computation 01 lis .Re
publicans .and 105 S o 11 1 h e r n
Democrats that defeated the Kel-
lev bill. Only 75 Republicans voted
for the hill, as compared .to 119
Democrats. It was another case
of Republicans' deserUng Presi
dent Eisenhower, who had wanted
a school aid Dill passed uus year,
The best explanation Immediate
ly available tor tne itepuoucan
position was the traditionally con
servative point i view wnicn
opposes federal aid of any- kind
for public schools.
This is in line with the' old
argument that education is a local
responsibility : ana ne 5 teaerai
government snouia stay out oi it.
This is .the u.s. cnamner oi um
merce position; It Won again. So
any community : that -wants .more
or better schools no knows: it
will have to pay for them itself,
100- per cent-J:i-"'-;.;j-..iM--,--'.-''i;-
Southern Democrats on tho oth other
er other hand were afraid tf the amend amendment
ment amendment introduced by Rep. Adam
Clayton Powell (D-NY). It would
1 compliance with the Supreme
VOUTl UCCI51UU UUliawui( acxca
tion in public schools.-
' The face ot Iew York Is changing so drastically these days
that I hat to no home agaio. Consider for instance that
roach-ridden Wanamaker's Building which yesterday went-up
in ora"eafsth?' ornate edifice was the first thing that hit
my eyes as I emerged from the darkness of the Eighth Street
station. I must admit I nevsr shopped there prices were a
little too steep for an ordinary working girl's pocketbook but
I never passed without ogling the what to me looked like an ancient
cient ancient styles, ialrly bursting with aristocratic quality-lines.
Once in a while, when the need arose, I stepped gingerly
tntn the Rafiwfl mortals to use -the ladies'-room., or Bin tepid
water at the fountain but that was the limit of my activities.
' ii.e;ttit-ecenVbeir'when I read Wahamakerrmmoifsi
landmark was to be no more. wny aia i xeei oaa aooui hy
. It Just meant one more empty space that I would fall td rec recognize
ognize recognize when and If I eVer returned. r
Somehow I feel there's poetic Justice in the fact that the
eld honored building, shamed info demolition, had decided to
"jump the gun," by self-destruction. And "what a blaze of
lorv. Not lust an ordinary fire, but the worst to hit New York
in 8 years. So now all those millions olP0??86,!06
muqv una pew uui;-, . TstJr", -V
1. fV4.l 'W
f -..n-i. ifk.-r-.i ii i
rrrr- i k I
"It'a twenty-fivo cents and he wants cashj'
H yan'r kyiS ttlilaf -ktitnf
tha Want lit. ;
Cost tesa Td S,el
Toa mA n fast tee set ve.
frica m tell II at Ian tail te
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I'Mhal 1 certainly make no
friends with this piece, but will
By BOB RUARK
The House passed.' and then on. endeavour to. keen one.- I ; still
a technicality rejected a first 'think Arthur Godfrey is a good
version of the Powell amendment, guy. No matter whom he fires,
then nassed -a milder -substitute.
The apparent purpose was merely
to insure that the whole bill would
be killed on the final vpte. The
If President Eisenhower was In
Washington and fully active, it is
considered there might be- a
chance of salvaging something
out of- this wreckage. By long
distance, remote control through
the White House stau, it is con considered
sidered considered next to impossible.
. Secy, of Health, .ducauon ami
thoroughfy competenT anwtull
support of the President's pro
gram, has not oeen on nis jod
long enough to have developed
any enthusiastic congressional
Technically, there are Senate
bills which could be dusted off
and pushed. Republican Senators
Smith (NJ). Duff (Pa) and Cast
(NJ) have introduced a school aid
bill which is far more acceptable
to the Eisenhower administration
than the now dead duck Kelley
bill. And while rresidentuisen rresidentuisen-hower
hower rresidentuisen-hower had declared the Powell
amendment was unacceptable to
him. for those that might want It,
there is a milder version before
the Senate. It was introduced by
Sen. Herbert H. Lehman (U-NY).
But it is seldom, if ever, that
legislation killed in one House of
Congress can be revived in the
other and torcea inrougn uie same
session of Congress.
Senate Majority Leader Lyndon
.Tnhnson (D-Tex) had put a school
aid bill on the list of legislation ne
wanted Congress to pass this
year, to noisier me uemocraiiq
But even if a bill could be
ntished through the Senate In the
next week or two, u woum wen
have to go to the House Education
and Labor Committee for new
Remembering all the trouble
there was to get the Kelley, bill
out of. this committee and tnrougn
the Rules committee of the House,
the chances of getting any further
action there this, year are con considered
sidered considered too dim to make the effort
worth while. T ',,
or for, what reason, or in wha
And I am not a Godfrey fan.
He always got up too early in
the morning for mv tastes, and
a. don't look,,at television; anyhow
aue to mere thank the Lord
being none where i live.
In Washington, 20 years ago,, I
knew Godrey when he had iust
graduated from being "Red God
rey, tne warming uanioist," and
used to prop up my godfather,
a Governor jof Maryland who
drank to- excess, when he 8P-"
T knew Godfrey when he was
hustling a mangy bear for a fur
shop in Washington, and when he
was ranked Just under Arch Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald in a friendly feud that
Winchefl did similarly with ; his
brother-in-law, Ben Bernie.-and
Fred Allen later did with jack
Benny. At the time, Godfrey was
making just over $39 each and
every week, that is.
1 knew something of the trag tragedy
edy tragedy of Godfey's family history,
which we will not go into, some something
thing something of his work for the Navy,
and something of his struggle to
overcome an accident handicap
which would have disposed of bet better
ter better people than those who leap on
his back with vindictive cries.
COLLEGE MANr-John Bur Bur-goyne
goyne Bur-goyne Ely, 88, graduates with
honors from UCLA this month
'Ely, receiving a bachelor oi
arts degree in music, Is believed
by school officials to be the
oldest man ever to graduati
from college. Jonn compose:
music and plavs the piam
WASHINGTON Most guarded South' America which cos! the tai
secret since the H-bomb is bow payers $1&9U for transportation,
much it cost the taxpayers for Included in the party was Con Con-last
last Con-last year's congressional globe- gressman Paul Jones "tD., Mo.)
trotting. Only a few men know the and his wife.- Still another. Souta
,ce n1 aren't telling. -1 American junket for Congressmea
The Ubs are v still coming in Porter Hardy (D., Va.), J a c k
from over 230 senators and con-: Brooks (D., Tex.), George Header
gressmen who flocked overseas inR., Mich), and Victor Knox (R-
the biggest Junketing spree in con- Mich.),' cost $20,998. -gressional
history. The taxpayers ' .'
who footed the bill, however, cant ".' SPECIAL SID TRIPS I
find out the total cost -
However, this column has been Congressmen John Rooney (D.
able to Check the secret voucher WV t A TAk rna.rfu n n 1
turned in by congressmen, and accompanied by their wives, led a
here are some of the amounts junket, to Europe, Transportatioa
spent. It should be noted, in fair-' cost: $13,372. w v.
ness, that some of the eongression-f Several congressmen, tiraveiinf
ai trips "were important and some alone nr with wivm took rhL
tungrcssmen oia a gooa jod lor
their country. Some, on the other
nana, were pure joyndes. In either
ease, the public is entitled to know
the cost. Here it Is: -. i
iwt- i i.
ine taxpayers paid S5l,000 tor
special Air Force plane to flv
Congressmen- Sterling Cole (R (R-N.Y.J,
N.Y.J, (R-N.Y.J, O.C. Fisher (D., Tex),
George Miller (D., Cal.), Walt
Norblad (R., Ore.), and Bin Bates
(R., Mass), around the world. The
Air Force escort officer spent an
other $10,300 of the taxpayers,
money on the congressmen for
uled military transportation over
seas, then demanded special trans
portation after they got -there.
Here are the bills for ex'ra trans
portation in several typical cases:
Rep.' and Mrs. Errett Scjivner
(R.( Kans.), Europe and NortH
Africa, $2,201; Rep., and Mrs. -L.
Mendel Rivers D.r S.C and
their daughters, Peggy, Europe,
41.123; Rep. and Mrs. Bill Hess
(R., Ohio), Europe, $4,367; Rep.
and Mrs. Dan Flood (D., Pa.),
Europe, $4,;50; Rep. James Pat
tnnn fit Cram v Far:. V.at.
travel expenses! Fisher also took $2,100: Rep. Olin Teague (D.,-
at i.JHAt. aV)AA 1J. A 1 1 t- J. L' r X. Tm
a iiiraiv ow Biue trip ui inao-. Tex.), Europe, 2,500; Kep. ana
nesia. iMn. Onriw Nclxon JR.., Ne.).
These hasle costs An not Inchi.' Europe, $1,850, Rep." and: Mrs,
the foreign currency that is ladled Charles JH al lee k (R.,f Ind.).
out to junketing congressmen for SSE'lWi. ,nd
spending money. AU they need li Mjf fPe. H'4505
a requisition signed by a commit- legate and Mrs. A. Ferais-Isem
tee chairman. This; is good for 5- PBerto Rico), Europe, '$2,000
free spending money at our em- geP- JaI"esPeYfl'eu5U(: Mud )'
DaSSieS IB 42 fOUntrieS. r lAiurupe, ncp. niiy or
The foreign currency la taken' P"i (p., Cal.), round-the-world.
from Special Account No. 19 Ft.
581, which is set aside for the ex exclusive
clusive exclusive use of traveling congress congressmen.
men. congressmen. They spend the money by
the bushel b a a k e t for hotels,
meats, entertainment, nigni. ciuds,
souvenirs, and whatever suits
there fancy. No accounting is
astea ana none given except for
vague totals. -rf
The secret vouchers also do not
Another group,' including Rep..
and Mrs. Dan Reed (R., N.Y.)
and their son, Bill, spent $4,318)
for extra transportation in Europe.
Though it's Important for Con Congressmen
gressmen Congressmen to know about foreign
spending abroad, the irony is that
many of the biggest spenders of
the- taxpayers' money t overseas
are the loudest criers for govern
ment economy. ?s i
Note Almost no congress.-"!
i snow something of his -old i What do tbey want of a man
boon companions who threw him who has sold a thousand products,
"F-VfV1"1 belna scheduled this
oujiwu iu uie uujs a ii pioases. nea uousanus oi snows, empioyea ctujiotui .lA-tinn ur
I indirectly hundreds of thousands were given on ait rorce pianesi
Vil. mu i k.. n.-i.njl inn Nan chins that wr vmnir ,
wia gj niiiv ua inuuigi n utiu wiiv uu wui.vu
I know where
from, how he got up there, and harder and longer than possibly
what work went into it. And Ii anybody in the world, if only to
dislike reading a flock of bad gag achieve, casual perfection? i t
from a bunch of punks who cao'tj He gets in a hassle with a con con-ran
ran con-ran as fast as he can limp on his.trol tower.' How many times have
uusico ooay anq nuut-up snoes. jyo ieen stoppea; ny a copy
.The People hp fires Wcrt strirllvl HpV fnt'snms npciiliar fVipnik.
four-round preliminary people he' like me. Checked your relatives
lore tney hooked ontoi him, and. lately, apart -from friends", 'x
despite a fast vogue as a result!; He's been sick.' You haven't?
of getting canned, they'll wind up Irritable? No? -j Good temper all
as' nrolim Whothor' m,U nr b.'lu tima ;-
male, they'll, all .wind upAas4tau
I' o.' . . -11 . : J
was responsible for
and Navy ships that were going
tneir way. anyhow. By Congress,
lS 'rWhiscV' ifre -savings eut.tte free -spending
more employ. furw, ..a vlins it and u uie boss.
iiicui uian vcaae uuc, uie nrA,mi3 a doss got lo gun oown tne
and possibly the Marshall Plan j factory to keep the hands hapi.y
on one man'a time, one man's in their homes life? What happens
Drains, one man s z4-nour etton. to the help U the boss quite? Can
one man's talent If he fires a the help get up at, 4 'a.m. and be
enu-pro -once- in a wnuc, u ne Artnur IjOareyi
makes an error in judgment, it's I hi y$
a national event. Can' Juliua.La Rosa or Frank
Why hasnt he the right to fire'Parker shove the thinking into a
the ones he hired out of flats and show of their own and sell millions
took to steady eating? It's done of dollars of commodities and air
on a larger scale daily In tne space and technical employment?
ftalvA marts Which hirtv him Whn Innlra oftor tho ctnra if tha
the ad agencies, the broadcast-fold man says to hell with it and
mg ana iv agencies, tne sponsors retires?
and the flesh peddlers. You justl .':;;'..:f-,;...--
don't hear, but you're just as Godfrey is one of my good
dead. I hasten to add that I never friends, although distantly located.
have been fired, so this ain't per-j In this piece I am not aiming to
sonai oeeung. , imake any new ones.
mH.'Iu uL-i' I
,. NEW SOVIET "KILLER" TANK Among the deadly new weapons said by VS. Army sources
.,- to have been developed by the Soviet Union is the new Russian medium tank, the K-LKhrush- ;
chev. As described in the June '58 issue of True magazine, the tank has approximately twice :
the combat range of our medium tank, the 45-tcn M-48. Other, advantages of the Khrushchev
may Include faster speeds, greater maneuverability, more powerful engine, smaller silhouette
and more powerful Runs. r ... . v t
REED & BARTON
. .v.:- SV ;'-,:'f.;;;.., .. : '.7'.; ::'i
takes pleasure in announcing that MERCURIO
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JEWELLERS, next to Central Theatre, Panama
. has been appointed sole distributors of their
,'. ; Sterling and Silver Flaticare and llolloware for
v the Republic of Panama and Canal Zone,
ririca cost tha tavnovara nnthlnff
sinco'tha nisna mnA hina iiiAn't heart set on staging a fast, thrc
, r- r- r.. c. l
uay conveniton, wui was lutccv uj
Frnacisco businessmen to
cunous Dooiuteepmg, uese ireei VZr-zl" 'i. 2
jJr vnainnan uea oau uau ma
go out of the way.
What isn't mentioned is that the
lawmakers usually displace mili military
tary military pass. nrjci. Fi example, a
senate Appropriations bubcommit bubcommit-tee,
tee, bubcommit-tee, including wives '. and v aides,
disnl.cd 40 m D wives a
children booked to join their men-
ioik in curope last beptemner,
it cost the taxpayers lor some
further, congressional trips. In
many cases, these trips were good
investments, I i n c e the congress congressmen
men congressmen worked hard studying foreign
problems ana spreading good will.
Most of them simply had a lavish
overseas holiday, however, at the
It cost $41,670 for a special
plane to fly Congressmen Clem
Aablocki (D., Wise), John Jar Jar-man
man Jar-man (D., Okla.), Bob Byrd (D., (D.,-W.Va.).
W.Va.). (D.,-W.Va.). Ross Adair R Ind.),
and Marguerite Church (R., III.),
round the world.
Another special plane to Europe
cost $21,638 for Congressmen W.R.
Poage (D Tex.), Hale Boegs
(D.. La), Harold Cooley (D., (D.,-N.C.),
N.C.), (D.,-N.C.), Henry Talle (R., Iowa),
and Antoni Sadlak (R., Conn.).
Sadlak took his son along, and
Sen. Willis Robertson (D., Va) ar arranged
ranged arranged for. his daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Wills Robertson, Jr., te
make the trip.
This trip was to visit the Inter
Parliamentary Union, attendance
at which is required, by laV. It
can be classified as one of the
more worth-while junkets.
Congressmen- Peace and his
wife organized another Junket to
change, his mind. Since they had
put up the money for the conven convention,
tion, convention, they insisted on keeping dele
gates there for at least four days,
i Egypt's Premier Nasser has
secretly arranged to buy. some of
Russia's jet airliners as part of
his campaign to become the strong
men of the Middle East. Soviet
Foic4n 'Minister- -KhcpUov- offered
the planes during his recent meet meeting
ing meeting with Nasser. They will be the
sensational Russian TU-104 twin
jet job which flew Khrushchev
and Bulganin to Britain.
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MONDAY, JULY IS, 195
TOT TANAMA AMERICAN AN IXDEPEOTENT DAHY NEWSPAPER
Poisoned Chewing Gum Causes
Woman's Death In Montevideo
7 i v
MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay, July bly were those of some cyanide
10 iurj a ..medical examiner compound.
.tsaW yesterday Mrs. Pablo F. Al-i The attractive, 33-year-old Ta Ta-iLerzoui,
iLerzoui, Ta-iLerzoui, estranged -wife of a Para- lian born woman was found dead
,'guayan jnillionan-e who was found Tuesday in her 6-year-old hus-
. '.dead last week, apparently was (band's sumptuous home in
killed by poisoned chewing gura.1p.afael, Authorities believed
Dr. Washington Gelos said Uny.took hex own life
crystals found in the dead wora wora-;
; wora-; an's disgestive system maheu a
"J mysterious -substance found in a
t partially-used package of Ameri
can cnewing gum in her Handbag, j
The crystals have not yet been i-
berzont suffered from an "acute, -r
psychoneurosis, which he said
might have made her "dangerous
to herself or to others."
Dr. Martin Urdinix told the
newspaper that the dead woman,
whom he treated in March, wa
subject to "nervous crises a n d
Ayala said he treated Mrs. Al-
(iUPRORNE BACK-SEAT DRIVER Man in -cockpit mock-up, foreground, takes 1vec control
of this T-29-type airliner once it is aloft Purpose:., to test advanced electronic control .system'
of an F-102 jet interceptor at one-fifth the cost -of operating the expensive-torrun Jet "itself
and to live scientists and engineers (background) room in which to work. Not even one ob-
server can be squeezed in the Jam-packed (two tons of equipment) interceptor under normal
flight conditions. Equipment is shown spread out for easy access in pressurized cabin of the
'"'airliner as man at controls flies mother ship as though it were a Jet. New evaluation routine
a development of Hughes Aircraft Corp. 1 ."' .'"
East German Reds Tell Workers
They Have Right To Complain
Berlin July .16 (up) The
Rnvirt num. Communists, in an ef
fort to appease discontented East
Germans,- told workers yerterday
tney nave a rigni xo cpmpiam a a-bout
bout a-bout their way of life. -v ;
Tha official Communist Dirty
newspaper Neues Deutschland
said East German workers have
the "duty" to "point out faults,
criticize and make suggestions.'!
The Communists thus appeared
to be trying to forestall any
strikes against the low -standard
of living in the East zone. They
apprrently felt there would be no
Foznan-type revolt if East Ger-
man workers felt the government
was heeding their complaints.
The official comment was made
on the eve of the scheduled de departure
parture departure of a top level delegation
headed by East German Premier
Otto Grotewohl and .Communist
chief Walter Ulbricht for Moscow
for "important" negotiations with
Soviet leaders. ; .
An announcement last n I C h t
said the points to be discussed
with Kremlin leaders include
means of raising the standard of
living in East Germany and "so "social
cial "social measures'.! 4
Today's Communist newspaper
To Present; Evening
01 Handel's Music
Gelos discounted the theory- of
another doctor that Mrs. Alber Alber-zoni
zoni Alber-zoni was killed by as '.'witch poi-!
son.". He said the crystals proba-
Alberzoni left Thursday for Ar Ar-gentina
gentina Ar-gentina and Paraguay, after tell telling
ing telling newsmen his wife was a men mental
tal mental case. His statement was chal challenged
lenged challenged Saturday by Dr. Isidro de
Ayala, a Uruguayan psychiatrist
who bad treated Mrs. Alberzoni,
but two Argentine doctors inter interviewed
viewed interviewed by a newspaper here took
the husband's side. v-
'tot Santiago Baletra Mr'th
newspaper Accion that Mrv Al-
Hear Jordan Border
Of eirl's Beau
; TEL AVIV. Israel: Julv ifl HTpV
hprrnni arltf this vpip uhon eh United Nations 'investieators
lay "near death from a poison he yesterday accompanied a 21-year-was
unable to identify. He theo- P" to the spoHwherever boy
rized that the poison might have fiend was shot todtlr a ad
been a preparation cooked up by.found ,f2ur e'sJof footprints lead lead-an
an lead-an Indian witch doctor in Para- "? t0 : fliess,?rdB' border: r -?uay,
and unknown to medical sci- . ..... " "
nee A little more, than 50 yards
4-V, "'"i -from thir spot 'where- the'' prints'
The Urugusyan doctor suggest- cross the border is "JT Jordanian
ed that some similar witch's brew army outpost, they Valdt-' j
might have caused Mrs. Alberzo- The girl, Helena rram?1'! 1 d
ni's death. U.N. truce Observers ffiathk mm
The dead woman disappeared in khaki uniform, who spoke with'
eariy uus monui, wniie poncea neavy oriental accent, shot
were Investigating her charge that 'down her boy friend, 'Arie Gro-
sne was. kidnapped from Monte-bak, 25, Fnday'zught.iJE 1
video two months ago, taken tol ; j
ner nusoano s nome oy torce ana she said there were three other
brutally beaten by unidentifiel men with the gunman They let
persons. -... ,her go when she told them she,
BUENA PAfiK. Calif..-J."
(UP) Hollywood .. "idea t
Desmond Slattery had :
fireflies shipped here from
s ln'a big cage' arid plant
release them "so California
could tet their first fllmr
a firefly in actlbiv The c
commissioner said no and
tery is-looking forsomeone v. ;
wants the insects,. t- .
was Russian, slre; tot.
Xflssf Frank' a mHv rJI Pr'
said she .ami Grnhak hH rn
off the main' road- and were ;
tening to .music on Ithe r a d i f
when they spotted the four r i
on foot When Grobak got out t t
Investigate he was shot do we,
The Panama and 'Colon circuit
editorial reflected the labor unrest of the Methodist Church v will
that has swept East Germany, present "An Evening with Han-
since Polish workers rebelled in del" Wednesday night at' 8 ?o-'
Poznan late last month. ; (clock in the Pan-American ;ln-
The newspaper placed its sup- stltute. v Jt
port .behind "workers who havej il
been protesting against more. Featuring J selection! f r o m
work for less pay, Jack of food Handel's "Messiah,'1' the choir
and bad housing. v 5 j will be under the direction of
It sharply criticized managers Howard Callendar, with sopranc
or government ownea lactones, ciaudlne Machaao, contralto
who refuse to. consult with officers
of Communistrun. unions. :
, The newspaper said workers,'
through their unions, have a right
to a voice in management as well
as the right to complain about the
way management fulfills its obli obligation.
gation. obligation. ;
But the paper, In a ; move to
keep 'worker discontent from ex-
nlodine into disorders. told em
ployes they had no basic ; differ
ences with management.
It said "The most important
factories belong, to the people and
therefore there can be no more
basic conflicts of interest."..
.The newspaper rebuked the
management of the state owned
glass factory in Graefenroda for
refusing to report to the factory
union on what was being done to
improve working conditions-
Undine Clarke, tenor Stanley
Hail and basso Granville Bar Barrows
rows Barrows as soloists.
The program will also feature
a duet by Mrs. Emily Sterling
and Edwin Thorbourne, with
Charles Wareham and ; Lewin
Dotun as organists. -Price
of admission Is $1
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MIStf ANN LlVlNGTON, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. William
Livingston of Panama City. Miss JJvlngston's engagement to
Kev. Charles Hawkins of Camby, Indiana, was announced yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Miss Livingston and Rev. Hawkins-plan to. marry
-August 18 at the Glendale Church of Go?, Indianapolis, Indiana.
tISARCARIB ARMY SURGEON AND MRS. L. WILSON :
WELCOMED WITH DINNER DANCE AT FT. CLAYTON 1
' The medical officers or VSARCARIB and their wives
Entertained the new Army Surgeon Col. Leonard F. Wilson
,' and Mrs. Wilson at a dinner dance at Ft. Clayton, Saturday
t, night. ' ; i
At f mbassv Reception
RriT.ilian Amhassarin to Pana
ma and Mrs. Aguinaldo gave, a N.Y,
noimce the birth of a baby girl,
York, Connie Jones and 'Alice Sta-
Mrs. Helen Luker won the
"while elephant.' v-Refreshments
were serve! by Mrs;' Lee Hunter,
Mrs. Connie Jones, 'Mm. Jessie
Hess and Mrs. Mae Jlelkey
Miss Mercedes Petersen
Guest f Hener
At China Shewer
Miss Barbara Hickey and Miss
Marian Didrickson save a china
shower for Miss Mercedes Peter-
sou at the Rickey's residence in
New Cristobal, recently.
Miss Didrickson made a very at
tractive centerpiece of dark and
licht oink colored beaonias inter
spersed with baby's breath around
a large 'white ring with letters
marie nf cine cleaners to form the
names "Mercedes" nd T a t
mailee" attached to the ring. The
punch bowls were also surrounded
with this floral decoration, Mrs.
Peterson, mother of the honoree
Dreaided ai IDC couee iauie
M i s s Peterson, d a u g a t e r of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert K. reter
son of New Cristobal, will become
the bride of Mr. Talmadge Salter
in September. -;-
Skate-Dancing Lessons s
The Canal Zone Rollerskating
Club Is iDomorine dance skating
lessons under the able direction of
Set. John W. Smvely at the Bal
boa Rollerdrome each Tuesday, at
7 p.m. Regular admission prices
will be Charged but there will be
no additional charge for the les les-sons.
sons. les-sons. ,. ' :
Members and prospective mem
bers who are interested in learn
ing to dance skate- are welcome to
attend. The Rollerdrome is also o-
open on Monday, Wednesday, in in-ta
ta in-ta amf Saturday : evenings from
6 to 10 p.m. and is reserved for
adults. 13 years .'And- -older After
7:30 n.m. There is also mati
nee on Saturday from ? to p.p.
Newcomers' Club 1
M.ar Talk ftv Mr. Walters "!
The regular monthly meeting of
the Newcomers' Club was new at
K, ,4, Vi if -V' r
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Ft. Gulicic N.C.O. Wives
Announce Now' Cemmitttiis
The Fort Gulick W.C.O. Wives
Club held their monthly meeting
with the newly-elected officers in
charge. The vice-Fresidenf, Mrs,
Con1' -v H'-king, presided
abiem-ii ot the resident, .i.
Nancy Johnson; Mrs. Geneva Ma
Mr. Forbis is an associate
receDtion at the Embassy 'resi- editor on the staff of "Time" mag-
denre; last ween, jn, nonor ot. i,ne
officers of the Chief of Staff, who
Cacktall Mfat ; q
For PSnama Press 1
. Thi l ommanaer m v.niei..vano-
fcean Command will entertain for
jf the Tress of Ta-
r, even ''g l a cocktail
buiiet to be held at, J u a r r y
Heights Club,. f
: The marriage 6f Miss Dorothy
Anne Hicks to Dr. Robert A. Chap Chapman
man Chapman will be solemnized on Friday Friday-evening
evening Friday-evening at 7:00 at the First Bap Bap-fist
fist Bap-fist Church in Balboa Heights. A
reception will be held in Reeder
Hall after the ceremony. No invi.
tatiuna have been issued locally.
' in Mauris nf thm vniinff Miiinlii are
Xt, v J C 1 - -
invited to the wedding and the
i 1 Miss Rosita Palacio, president
of the Soroptimist International of
Panama entertained the national
president Mrs. Pluma Batten and
ether visitine Sorootimists at a
luncheon at the Hotel Washington
today, while they were on a sight-
aeintf and shoDpin? trip in Loioiu
- Tonight, Mrs. Valeria Feely will
givfr a cocktail party at her home
on the Sousa Building in honor
of the group.
fAr. And Mrs. W. forbis
. Announce Birth .
T Mr. and Mrs. William Forbis an-
Barbara Belle, bom June 21. The the nome 0f Mrs. Aids Miller at
torois couple, former residents ot Fort Delesseps.
iw isiuiuus, uuw live in uvuigiuu,
son,. Secretary; Mrr. Jessie Uestf0t oien-Mathesoa Co. in Colon
JMrsi Frances Campbejl. a a d,
Mrs. Stasia Walsh aerved refresh-
mnti while the nresidenu Mrs,
Betty Hartman welcomed and hl
troduced the following g u e s t s:
Mrs. Herbert Alorrell, Mrs. Alton
rnwlev. Mrst Carl Perkins, Mrs.
Stella Graham and Miss Christie
Graham. A short business meeting
followed. J i i i
-An interestiri aJ -'-wt'rr
talk. was eiven bv uers.
Salesmanager for SquiuD Liyision
Treasurer; and assisted by the new
Board of Governors' Mrs. Connie
Jones, Mrs.- Candy Gardner, Mrs.
Lee Hunter and Mrs. Mae Pclkey.
Mrs. Hosking- welcomed Mrs. Ann
Lundsford as a new membeA and
also greeted Mrs. Mary. Flowers
who .was a, guest for the evening.
The Vice President announced
the heads of- committees: Hospi Hospital,
tal, Hospital, Mrs. Rita Gomez; chairmen
of the' standing committee Thrift
Shop Representative, Mrs. Lea
Hunter; Charity Mrs. Josephine
Orsini; Social Chairman, Mrs.
Clara Hollenbaugh; Publicity.
Mrs. Mae Pelkey; Calling Com-,
mittee. Mrs. Connie Jones. Mrs.
Candy Gardner and Mrs. Louise
Sanderson and Hospitality, Mrs.
Mrs. Jackson of the Fort Kobbe
Officers Wives Club gave a very
interesting talk on the 'Cook
Book" which several of .the Offi Officers'
cers' Officers' wives and others have writ,
ten. Members attending were Mes-
dames: rein Duncan. Jams Fin-
ncgan, Clara Hollenbaugh, Candy
Gardner, Jessie Hess, Connie Hos Hosking,
king, Hosking, Geneva Mason, Roberta
Brown, Rita Gomez, Helen Luker,
Ruth Mangen, Carol Milne, Mae
Pelkey. Louise Sanderson, Joanna
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BOYD BROTHERS, INC
No. 30 AUTOMOBILE BOW
MR, AND MRS. KENNETH MILLARD, who were recently mar married
ried married at St. Luke's Cathedral, Ancon, have returned from their
wedding trip;- Mrs. Millard is the former Miss Arllne Iiincoln,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Lincoln of Balboa. Mr. Millard
Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Millard of Balboa. The young
couple will reside m the Canal Zone until August,, when they
plan to return to the States to resume their studies.
. Sim uat"
Myslcriously Al Sea
PENSACOLA, Fla., July 18
(UPJ A consular official said
Yesterday that a British freighter
cantain who vahished on the high
seas wider mysterious c i r c u in
stances apparently fell overboard
Caot. M. MacKenzie vanished
while the freighter Saint Gregory
was enroute from Rotterdam to
Sick up a cargo f of scrap iron
ere for shipment to Japan. -When
the vessel docked last
night, armed guards immediately
Disced a tieht security net about
When vou Invite guests for, the shic arousing speculation that
dinner dont serve ariiiks tor soiMacKenzi might have met with
inn beforehand tnat y o ui ioul nlav. -
guests are starvms wnen you n-. Bntisn yonsui ueorge u umer
nally get around to serving the said after questioning1 the six sur-
mefti. Tf it is to be an evening vivme Bnusn omcers ana 4U tm-
Of drinking. iav a cocktaflLnese crewmen that MacKenzie dis-
t.sTut if you Invite guests r,f or
Broiler-Fryer chickens are big
news abundant and tender. We
talked last week with the Plentiful
Foods Program people in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D.C. and. they urged us to
tell our readers that broiler-fryers
are wonderful buys right now from
angles of both- economy and
Just a bit of preparation is need
ed for a smoothly-run, lots-of-fun
broiler barbecue. Here are some
good suggestions from the New
York Extension Service:
The recommended weight for
cooc-oui cnicnens - aimui t
pounds, ready-to-cook. Usually ;
each broiler half serves I adult or
2 children. But allow for extra
If the meat market doesn't sell
broilers already halved, it's easy
to split them at home. First cut
down both sides of the backbone
ana remove it. i Then tear tha
breast in two," 4 i j
For outdoor cooking, a hot fire
is needed, but one that is not flam-,
ing or smoking. A charcoal fire is
very satisfactory, or a, hardwood'
fire that has burned to coals. 1
And now for the barbecue sauce.
For a large group, try this recipe,
which makes enough for 20 broiler
Combine lVt cues cooking ou; l
quart cider vinegar; 2-8 cup salt;!
2 tablespoons poultry seasoning; 1
teaspoon pepper." I
Bring sauce to a dou ana Keep
Dip the broiler halves into the
hot sauce and then put them on a
grate over the fire. With a long,
handled forty turn the broilers
about every 5 minutes, and with
a fiber brush, baste the chicken
wilh sauce at each turning. It
takes about 45 minutes for the
broilers to cook. But the time may
vary according to the amount of
heat and size of the chicken. The
meat is done when the joint of the
leg bone moves easily.
sonable to assume that Captain
MacKenzie sliDDed on the wet
deck and fell overboard, unseen
and unheard, as his bed had not
been slept in and more significant significantly
ly significantly as he had not visited the bridge
before midnight in accordance
with his usual practice",
".It can only be presumed that
Captain MacKenzie was walking
on the lower bridge between the
time he was last seen, namely at
2005 8 p.m.) June 29, and at the
time when be was touna to oe
missing, namely at 0800 (I a.m.)
June 30." ,v -vj
l cmei Mate J. jensms, assumed
T command at sea and Cant. J. F.
Burrill of England took over from
Jenkins when the. Saint Gregory
aooeared the nidht of June 29.
"At this time the vessel which
was in baUa and therefore light
dinner ae that, they cat at:th and was rolling heavily at times,."
proper time. .' 'Littler said'and it is not unrea-
The door prize was Won by Mr.
Michael B21air. r
. . -"s :y
Plans were made with .Mr.
Wertr, of Mt. Hope for a trip
thru Mt. Hope plant either July si
or Aug. 1. Members will be noti
fied of the exact date by phone,
Members attending wert Mes-
dairies, Betty Hartman, Jane
Langdorf, Maxine Jones, Shirley
Blair. Penny uoggans, rrances
Campbell,: Bernlce Gner, Leona,
McLarnan, Aida niiuer, narpara
t jvett. Iner d Weiss. E r 1 e n e
Dials, Betty Sensabaugh, Lois Ray-
mer, Stasia waish, tieanor uona-,
ho, Ellen Harris .and Janet f ree.
en. , e ;
Rabekah Club V
Oraanitin. Card GreuB
The Rebekah Club is organizing
a card group to meet every other
Monday at 'irz Memorial Build Building.
ing. Building. Guests art especially invited
Mrs. W, C. Mercnam win ne
hnitess at 2:30 o.m. for dessert
and cards. Please call z-xsit xt
you plan to attend.-
LEAD MEETINGS ''k
Dr. Paul Young Will AdUrass
Dr Paul Young, rretessor oi
Psychology at LSU. renowned for
Mm vn insipht rouoled with a
hrilliint sense' of humor will be
the speaker nd honored guest to
gether WlUl Mrs. xoung at vue
regular monthly luncheon of the
fort Kobbe Officers'- Wives' Club.
MnttMfiei for this event which
will be held at the Fort Kobbe Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Club at 1 p.m., Thursday,
arc Mesdames J. u. iiynes, w. w.
Downey, and JUize jonnson.
Reservatipna... of members ;jr
prospective members m a y oe
made or cancelled oy icicvuuuun
mm. C. J. Landry. 84-5122, before
Curundu Women's Club.
ii i. Uf.JJw
The Curundu women's uuo wui
knM ruial meetinc at a.m.
Wednesday St tna wmmuniiy
Pacific Royal Falm'
OES Club To MeeK
T.i mnnthlv meetm of the Pa
cific Royal Palm OES Club will
be held tomorrow evening at the
Tivoli Guest House at 7 p.m. mrs.
Martha GriHitn ana miss nazei
Griffith will be. the hostesses
All Eastern SUr ladies ar:,c,or-'
dially invited to auena. ..
BERKELFJY,-Calif, .(UP) -The
University of CalL'ornias
nual summer program, forthe
state's lawyers will, be held here
h week of Auff; The Program t
will consist of 'three-one-week
courses in curreiit" legal, develop-1
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T,C,..E. July J6 -(UP)" "Aditr.
j :,frt Briscoe, new NATO South
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here today from Napier for two
tfays of talks with Premier Anto
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Ministers Congregation Weeps As
He Sermonizes On Son s Operation;;
ORLANDO. Fla.. Julv;16 IUP1
A Baptist congregation wept o o-penly
penly o-penly yesterday as thtir minister
quoted from the book of Joshua
in a trembling voice to justify
saving his, four-vear-old son's life
at the cost of the feqy'& eyesight.
une Kev. James Sibole, who has
not yet told his sojrrMike that he
win be' blind after a cancer oper
ation Wednesday said he had re
ceived pnbxe calls from persons
who tnought he had made the
Mike already hps lost one eye
in cancer operation. Now doc doctors
tors doctors toy that he 'must' lose' the
other' eye 'or 3ie of cancer. '5' -'
. Sibole said some persons told
him he should nof' stand iir the
Lord's way'? for if Mike dies "It
is God's doing."
"My wife and. I do not believe
in this philosophy,", he told his
congregation. AT- must ,s a ve my
The mioUter'tiermon, was tak taken
en taken from .the tenth chapter 'of Jos Joshua.
hua. Joshua. Its '-ffiOTalrHSibdesaidv is
"You can accomplish your pur
pose i with'-God's will provided Joa
dont sit back and expect God to
Little Mike did not hear the
sermon. Instead he spend- Sunday ( All around Mike's house are
mornmg with-his rtioiher t near- flowers, trees and his own tiny
by Sanibelte Island hunting rmultit yegetabl- plot. The minister point point-colored
colored point-colored sea shells. ted to the coloriul hibiscus-bushes,
In, the afternnoh Mike J-lather the stately green oaks in the yard,
and mother took hhnj to th park-pink and vender petunias
where the lad fed the white swans nnH tha voiiaw moriMc v
resting in the: pond. Then Mike!
loves so much: ' -' v
et to te" his son Mike that he
will be blind
after the operation
; LEGAL NOTICE
Vniteil 8Ut District Court For The
,., DlsUkt of The Canal Zone
' Balboa Division
In the matter of the Estate of Kthri.
Dot uampoeu Sterline. Deceased. No.
W378, Probate. 1-
Notice of time set for proving wilt
en hearing' application for letters.
Notice Is hereby given that null.
tlon for the will of Ethelbert Campbell
Sterline. deceased: andvfor ihi fe&unre
oi letters ol admlnlstraUon with the
will annexed to Sylvester Calender was
filed in this -Court on July 10, 1956, and
that August t. 'lSSSet t o'clock? M, In
the Courtroom of this Court at Anmn.
Canal Zone, has been set for the hear hearing
ing hearing of. said petition, when and where
any person interested' may, appear-, and
contest the same, and show cause, if
any, why said petition should not be
DajgJ t Ancon, jCajujl Zone; this) iuly
C. T. MeCermick, Jr.
Clerk of Court.
(Seal) . ....
By Jit -Mb i Rarrivm
Deputy Clerk of Court.
. The handsome voiine- Ipadine- mm. vhn vcarheH e nw
pinnacle-of acclaim for his -work with-Jane Wyman in in-'Magnlficeni
'Magnlficeni in-'Magnlficeni Obsession," is currently achieving the statust
of the "most asked-for star" In Hollywood. "NEVER SAY
GOODBYE" filmed in technicolor OPENS ON WEDNES WEDNESDAY
DAY WEDNESDAY 18 AT THE CENTRAL.
' W U Carresaunia
'" Me. B" Street
FOR SALE.1948 luick Road Road-mastar
mastar Road-mastar 4-door udan, Soo to ap-
prociata baautiful -conditio, and -appoaranca
thit ,ont-ownor car.v
Albrook, Qtti. 1 1 1, Phona 86 86-4279.
4279. 86-4279. ,i .-
FOR SALE; 1941 Hudson Com.
modora Six, black, duty paid,
cxcollent for taxi. Can ba toon
2172 Curgndu, C Z. Prica $250.
FOR SALE s 1953 Morrii Mi Mi-nor.
nor. Mi-nor. Roaionabla. Phona 3-6042.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chovrolef
Jlal-Air 4-door ctation: wagon.''
Fully oquippod extcpt radio, 10,-'
000 mile, like nam Mutt tell
by July 24i Will tell to firtt
reasonable offer. Albrook 5219,
Quarters 88. ;
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Ranch,
"wagon, radio, ventilator, over overdrive.
drive. overdrive. Best offer takes. Phone
2-4451. 0763 Williamson Place.
FOR SALE: Pontise, 6-ey( hy-
aramaric, I yes modal. A-1 con.
ditien, $325. House 1582 Cala Calabash,
bash, Calabash, Balboa 2-4365. .
" After weeks of toul-searehlng
the Rev. Sibole and his wife
made the decision to have their
son's remaining eye removed,
no mauer wnat a persons's
condition, he can have victory if
he will come to the Lord," the
minister rota- me 'congreBauon.i
'According to the Old Testament,
Joshua took over leadership of the
Israelites upon the death of Moses
and led them into the promised
land of Canaan. His determination
personified- the triumph of faith
over a cancerous spiritual condi
tion which threatened, to destroy
the. Hebrew nation, .jRev; :iSib,olef
' No one has told Mike he will
lose his remaining eye in four
aays. mt tne child s lather pray prayed
ed prayed for guidance in hpw to tell
Mike this week that he will have
to undergo the operation,
1 Rev. Sibole said he would prob-
aDiy teu Muce about the operation
late tomorrow night or perhaps.
eariy weanesaay morning. ;
year old at a time like this," he
asked. "What would you tell
bui wnat ao you teu a tour
'annl nlant? .
simnu nravpP nr ka thim f
nature, "Thank you God for tbesei
l People Hurt
TOKYO. J"utv 18 fUPi Twm:
tyone persdns were injured VesterJ
aay wnen a wooden observation
tower atop a 5,580-foot peak near
Mount Fuii collapsed and e n t
them tumbling down a slope.'
' ""eaiaw4niarai- ".
MARTINSBURiS, w! Va. -fUP)
Armed Forces Day 1956 was
celebrated in an unusual way at
the headquarters of the Berkeley
County Selective Service Board
here. The board arranged,.for an
open house, but- because of the
nature of its operations, not a
single visitor showed up.
OF OUR AGENTS
At 'Stall No.
.. FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
let Central Ave.
j FARMACIA LUX.
'I.'i?';- 114 Cental Areaee "'
lea r f ri t a k. i rr c
; ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031, ANCON. CZ.
10X 1211, CRISTOBAL. CZ,
SAN JOSE INN. m San Jose. -;
Costa Rica, offers a delightful
all-expsnie three-day tear in
cool end beautiful Cotta Rica for y
$52.50 per parson in groups af ;
twa or more people. For reserve
tions ar infarmetionti write or
wire SAN JOSE INN, San Jose.
Costa Rica. i -I
Repair, refinish Rattan' furniture
complete with new wrappings.
Guaranteed werkmanship. House
delivery. Popular prices. Front.
Balboa Beer Garden, "Jimmy."
FOR SALE: Smith-Corona port portable
able portable typewriter and case, English,
like new $65. May be teen at
Lewis Service, Avenida Tivoli
No. 18-52. .!
Harriman Kefuver :
Woo Hew Jersey's
ASBURY PARK, N.J., July 26.
(Ujj) GoV Averell Harriman' of
New York' and Sen. Estes Kefaiiv Kefaiiv-er
er Kefaiiv-er of Tennessee niadr bids today
to capture New Jersey's 36-vote
delegation to the Democratic Con Convention.
Adlai Stevenson.' who was renrtvl
sented by his campaign manager,
Jim. Finnegan, generally was con-
siacrea ue iavoruo of the delega delegation
tion delegation which met here to consider
its; convention role.'
Although the Democratic delega.
(ion, lea oy uov. uobert B. Mev.
nef is not officially committed to
any of the announced candidates.
it has long been an open secret
around the statehouse that the
group leans strongly toward Stev
enson. .. i
-However, desnlte speculation the
'New Jersey delegation might aban
don its neutral stand, at today's
conclave, most observers believe
it will remain officially "uncom
milted" until convention time.'
U.S. Sen. Estes Kefauver'CD Kefauver'CD-Teun.)
Teun.) Kefauver'CD-Teun.) and New York's Gov. Har
riman were to address the State's
116-member group of delegates and
alternates and the Democratic
Stae committee. -New
Jersey's 36-vote delegation
technically is uncommitted, except,
for a half -vote pledged to Sen. Ke-
fauver. and Indications were that
the Asbury Park session would not
change the ouiciai stauaing. i
Wood row Wilson's
By British Town
CARLISLE, England, July 16
Scottish border yesterday marked
nnivenny of Jth i birth
of U.S. President Woodrow Wilson
whose grandfather once preached
here as a congregational Minis
The rriayor aldermen, city ma
gistrates' and U.S. Consul Albert
D, Kuppinger 'attended a momo-
rial service at the Congresgation Congresgation-al
al Congresgation-al Church.
The church was decorated with
the Union Jack and the Stars and
The Rev, Albert F. Cream de described
scribed described Wilson as one of the great greatest
est greatest U.S. statesmen. 1
. "Had all statesmen followed his
example we would have had yes
terday a world order of peace
based on the fatherhood of God
and the brotherhood of man,
Cream said. : j
COMPLETE TV SERVICE
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U.S. Trained Technicians
. .. SPEEDY
..- '. CALL 2-2374
v 'Corner "II" and Darien
All Work Guaranteed
Service Calls Till 10:00 p.m.
OR OUR OFFICES
ATTENTION LI Jast built
aeadar hrntiahad ape rt me aft, I,
2 bedrooms, bat, celd votes,
Pboaa Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT-2-bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment on Ricarde Ariaa Street,
Campo Alegre. Bathroom, maid's
teem, hat water, near Via Espa Espa-ria.
ria. Espa-ria. Phone 3-6846 or 2-2341.
S ,0R RENT: Apartment, mod modern
ern modern building: 2 bedrooms, maid's
team, 2 baths,; parlor, dining
room, kitchen, perch, garage,
H Cangrejo. "G" St..
' Caracas" Building. See De Cas Castro,
tro, Castro, Avenue ''B" No. 24. Phona
FOR RENT: Apartment 2 bed'
rooms, maid's room, 2 baths,
parlor-dining room, kitchen,
porch, garage. $100. "Anayan "Anayan-.i,".
.i,". "Anayan-.i,". Bella Vista, N. Obarria St.
No. 23, neat "El Baturro." Sea
De Castro, Avenue "B" Ne. 24.
Phona 2-1616.. .
FOR RENT: Apartments. Sec.
and Street Na. 6, Vista Hermota.
FOR RENT: Famished apart, i
ments, $65 and $55. Military -Inspected.
Via Porrat 99. Phone
FOR RENT. Modern house: .1
bedroom-, apartments furnished
er unfurnished, centrally located,
from $50. Via Porraa 114. S
Board 0! D;reci:rs
01 (Z Tuberculosis
one Tuberculosis Association
xias oeen caned for next wednes.
aay, at 7:30 p.m. In the Board
Koom or the- Administration
Building; at Balboa Heights.
'The-meeting -Trill be the' last
gathering of the Board t.n hit,.
tended by Its President, Leonard
M Brockman, who is leaving the
Isthmus later this month. 1
Members of th TiihfirMiTnoiB
Associauon Board are Dr. A. V,
Masieiiari; Mrs. Arthur Logan
Mrs., a. d. Powell: ... Mrs w m
Pence, vice president; Lt Joseph
ruku or 1 me Air Fnrci'
Captain Morris B. Patton nf the
Army; Commander Johh Sant of I
me Navy; Mrs. Ernest Van Horn;
Mr, William E. Lundy, treasurer;
Mr. 8. E. Esser. Rrhools : rpnrp.
sentatlve; Miss Gertrude Smith
or tne Nurse's Association; Mr
wimam G. Arey. Jr- Mrs. tt j
Quinlan, secretary; and Mrs. O
u. gainer, executive director.
22 Hurt As Tree ':
SAIGOtf, Indochirja, July 16
(Ut). Twenty -two persons were
injured loday when the 20-foot-high
branch of huge plane three over overlooking
looking overlooking a soccer field broke under
ine weight of several dozen gate gatecrashers.
crashers. gatecrashers. Six of ;the fans suffered
serious injuries. v
BONN, Germany. Julv is tm
Valerian Zorin. who has served
only six. months as First Soviet
Ambassador tp West Germany, an announced,
nounced, announced, yesterday he has been
recalled by Moscow. Snokesmen
for the Soviet Embassy and the
Bonn Government said they did
not know the reason for the sud
UNITED STATES OP AMERICA .
United SUtes District Court Pot
The District of The Canal Zone
' Division of Cristobal
Clifford-It. Williams, Plaintiff vs. Car-
rolyn Williams, Defendant. Summons
Case No. 20SS, Civil Docket 10, Action
lor Ulvorce. i
To the above-named defendant:
You are hereby required' to anoear
end answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety days
aner tne first publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer, Judgment will be taken a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst you by default for the relief de
manded in tne complaints
Witness the Honorable Guthrie P.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
uourt for the District of the Canal Zone,
this sixth day of July, 1S9C
C. T. McCormick, Jr.,
By Pavld M. Jenkins
Deputy Clerk. ,
" To Carrolyn Williams '. v -v'
- The foregoinr summon Is served no noon
on noon you bv miblication nursuant tn the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F. Crowe,
Judge. United States District Court for
me District of the CanM Zone, dated
July 6. 1956 end entered and filed In
this action in the office of the Clerk nf
said United Ststen District Court for the
Division tot Cristobal, July 6, 1956.
T. McCormick, Jr.,-
ricrk. : y.
Br Hi Tv.d M. Jenkins ''
AT 57 "HSTREET
fee. do la On At. He, a
- ;',FOTO DOMY
, I Jnsto faiiwm At d M H.
1 FARMACIA VAN-DER-DIJS
m street Kb. n
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach heuse. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phona Panama 2-1515
GramlichY Santa' Ciera Beach
Cattagea. Madam conveniences,
moderate rates. Pkoae Gaaibaa
PHILLIPS OeowNide CaH.gM.
Santa Clara. Ban 435, Bolboa.
fbana Panama 1-1877. Crista.
11 3-1673. -:
MEW SPANISH course for Eng English
lish English speaking people at Universi University
ty University af Panama front Jury 23 te
September 6. Classes in morning
hourr en: Monday, Wednesday
and Thursday c a
10 a.m. Intermediate
10 to II. Advanced from II te
12. Registration at Secretary's
affiee. -f ...
In J2i!:rrs Aula
MUSKOGEE. Okie 1 .T.,i in i
" w 1U we,
(UP An ex-convict awaiting
tnij for murdering a young min-l
ister broke out of the county jail
here yesterday and fled in a jail-
am' ... t.:, ... r
auuNuuuue oearmg tne sher sheriff'
iff' sheriff' election camnaiffn etiiVnro
The accused murrirwr Piinion)
Ieon Pete Williams, 27, and Dan-I
lei atayueia,: 33-year-old Negro
charged with kidnaping, overpow
ered jauer vuo caies at break
1 : I
Mavfield i- .m ..mj t,o.'i-l" 10 Me command-i
A posse of more ,than 50 men,
aided by two police airplanes, re recovered
covered recovered the escape car in a
densely wooded area three miles
nahwest. of Muskogee. -. t :
j&iooanounas irom. McAIesler
Prison, were thrown into the
search and officers on horseback
tried to pick un the trail over th
hilly terrain. ..
Ihe hiehwav natrol wmrl hnth
officers and Sunday motorists to
oe extremely cautious.
"WUliams: knew,, he was facing
the electric chair, and that's why
ne was so oesperate to escape.
ua uuicer saio.
niuiains preliminary trial was
set tor July 25.
Bales said the break came as
he was taking breakfast to t h e
"Mavfield crabbed me frnm f.
hind, and Williams snatched my
keys," Bales said. 7 "They both
said they would km me if I tried
to step them.
The prisoners bound and sraeeed
caiPs ana rolled 'mm uo in some
bedding to keep him quiet They
took his .45 automatic oistol and
fled in the jailer s's automobile
which was plastered with bright.
ly-colored campaign stickers ask
ing the re-election of Sheriff
Williams was being- held on
charges -of murdering Rev. Tom
my Robert Cook, 23, assistant
minister of the Glenwood Baptist
uaurcn in iuisa
l s m..i.-
Most of us do now and then... but
famous antacid Sal Hepatica gives
speedy relief from overeating upset
Just take V4 teaspoon of spare
kling Sal Hepatica in a glass of.
water and feel bow fast it relieves
The mild taxation which may also
accompany it alkaline action helps
relieve the constipation that often
occurs when you overeat
So be wise-i-get the economy-size
bottle of Sal Hepatica today! Have
' it on hand if you should eat too
Tck sparkling 1
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FARMACIA EL BATUJJRO
mhtto i ntreal
. Via ranks M
V- baute Aee.
FOR KENT:-Vacation ,uarte
'ot twa months. 3 -bedroom cea cea-ereta
ereta cea-ereta house completely furnish furnish-ed
ed furnish-ed including Television. Front
nd back patios, Urge enclosed
Juta: 3 bedrooms. 2 bathrooms.
Porch, maid's room, garage,
.".ened hot war.,.
"hed. Phone 3-3380
FOR RINTt-Furnished h.u.e ,f
fcrea bedrooms, maid's room,
5ia. m.or! '"'' call
3-4641 or 3-6895.
FOR RENT:-A new threa-bed-wem
bouse with two baths, liv-ing-dining
room, balcony, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, garage, maid's room with
installation. Near Santuaria Na Na-"al.$IZ5.
"al.$IZ5. Na-"al.$IZ5. Information: 25 25-43
43 25-43 Av. Cuba. Phone 2-0481.
FOR RENT: Modern a niTiT
hoa, comphrt.lv indopoBd,,
with wm, furnitnra, water, light,
l. Phana 3-5640.
G:a. !lzrrc!dr Pcrfy
10 Visif OHaal
Mai. Geri. Thnmo. x
trmnrZ -. . u"I,ai one
nrSnf motn8 a two-day
OTientation uip to Chirlqul
V Tn talld-lA a. it : '"
f R- Q- Friar, Gen.', Harrolds grams. p"
rhifi nV-mP: Co1 A- A- Greene,,, AU enthusiasts of this wa.
oaMLU.ta'7 Mls?ions. USAR- ter sport are invited to attend
G,iiV "naJJjt- Col. and Mrs.
yE-, LorA Chief of U.S. Ar Army
my Army Missions, Manama.
Toniorrow morning- the offi official
cial official party will leave the Canal
fuiie iur ai voican where
Will VlSll tne RnV Rpntit fam
me iarm of Lnnio nrortin. th,.,.
win have luncheon at. Pncin
Cerro Punta nnrl vlclt tv,.
area in Rnm.Pt Tv,.,f ."7,
at the Hotel Nnr-lnnal in niniJ1
it. j. cvcuiiiH
mnl I. n-..i J
where Gen. Harrold and his par-I
tall Will include r.hp r.M.,,. .,
v.T a V aiHlllV tTllP.QTtP f M A-.nl.
w x-iuvince oi Chiriqul. the
Commandant of Guardla Na Nacional
cional Nacional and lnrnl hffiiini .
On Wftfinesrlaw th. in
n,.ij. j'i vf?UJI 'Wiujnew Doaiiy power and vigour. Be-
ieave David and travel to Puer- cu of aturi action on, gianda
to Armuelles. The afternoon win your orin powe1' ni """T eftea
he H.t.H t uyyl wu,i Improve amasingly. i
plantation, observing ship load loading
ing loading and other sight-seeing at attractions.
tractions. attractions. Mr. and Mrs. -indy
"uiwiiiu ui tne ? united Fruit
CO. Will be hosts at. rilnnor flior
evening. Thursday morning, the
party will return to the canal
Alan Ladd, a master of the art of screen mpyhem, Is
convinced that a well-planned fight is the best insurance
for the success of a motion picture.
Watching Ladd prepare for a fight is like sitting in at
a nigh level military conference just before an invasion.
The star plans every move precisely to give each phase of
the encounter a realistic, authentic quality. :
- In "HELL ON FRISCO BAY," his ClnemaScope produc production
tion production for Warner Bros. Landd relies entirely on the lethal
power of his fists as he scores three knockout victories.
He has the unique record of being undefeated In screen
urawis even on tne few occasion he hue plaved the villain.
"HELL ON t Risen itAY" ftprxs HFiif;nv it it
Tl! V ITTV ;., v :.
-FOR RENT.- Space appropriate
tor office, beauty parlor, com
ereial, at exclusive El Cangrc.
je, on Avenue Argentina, mtw
building, name of 'Monterrey.''
Sea De Castro, Avenue "B" No.
24. Phone 2-1616.
FOR RENT.- Or option ta man. .'
age the Chicaga Bar ee Central
Avenue and K Street. For infer.'
motion Agencies Tivoli, Camera
de Comercie Building.: Phana 1 1-6118.
6118. 1-6118. k -
FOR RENT; -i. Furnished, room, ,.
atn and entrance Independent, '.
V? P0" Retveen 7-9 p.m.
Ph.on 3-6046. 2nd Street, Pe.
"ill (Temisroclea Diax St.). No.
RP-CZ I7el:r SS
A f roup of Panama and Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone -water skiing- enthu enthusiasts
siasts enthusiasts will hold a meeting
- P1"8 f.f. the formation of-a
wieJr "Kung club. The meet in r
will start At 7:30 p.m.
Organizers of the .meetinr
are convinced that as a group
they can promote water safe safe-ty,
ty, safe-ty, work out better dock and
storage faclUtles for skfinr
. , ..nw. fcM.
rinr : vr""".
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United SUtes and is now available
at all drugstores here. Get Vl-Taba
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fd?"3AT, JfLY 16, 1951
. I ll II"
- la cinemascope!
LAND OF THE
; AT GUNPOINT
Fred MacMCBKAY -.Dorothy MALONE
Tony CCTtTIS '- Pat CROWLEY, I
, with John Wayne
; V Also: ,.
JTMP INTO HELL
with Jacques Sernas
- and -SANTA
THE ROSE TATTOO
with Burt Lancaster
. SQUARE JUNGLE
A great release full of terror!
Jeff Morrow, Rex Reason,' Leifh Snowden
THicRrTURFWALKS AMONG US
Boeing Hed Says 707 Jets
rzs rwAMJi AKrsiCA5, as 'rymtrrstmt part ynrsfArxx
i . . r
' AiOyrJ TV RA5IO
by Cnlist Mnion
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hoi-'
lywood'a Talking About: Linda
Christian hitting the strato stratosphere
sphere stratosphere when Tyrone Power
failed to meet her; and their two
daughter at .the London airport.
Ck ma tnM ho doll 1 hari C01O.
But all he had was an aversion to
joining a welcoming commraee
that included Edmund Furdom.
.The scramble amono ttory ped
dlers to ge scripts to i.ana turn turner.
er. turner. She haa the final eeyse en
a. mmU aha will make at a
free-lance star with whopping
percenteges en the U-l let.
ruv "William lpAvinrf The
sit 1 J rMvtnn Hlflf.
Rae's weekly TV Show to become, supply: "I've got enough mud in
permanent vocalist on Tennessee my stomach to raise corn.
TT'l J..n Simmons bo.stin. that
MargV and" Eddie Albert plan-j she will be cook when she moves
ning to film "An American Fam-.to New Mexico with Stewart
nTin" t a TV' series.' Granaar. Granaer. who has done
. i Movie -attendance jumping ell the boiling end breiljng up to
20 per cent during the first week; now, has been banished from the
in June. Box office bells will ring; kitchen for ell time, says, Jean.
tn rptir tune in JulV audi .- ?
August, with the yeart biggest George Gobel : Pw ."P
wj mot ;tumi. BiM tot mcnac DUUUie i UlctrulK WB- ...
rock V roll music: "It's Just bop
in blue jeans." -, . "The Search Searcher
er Searcher nmHiipeil Viv : Meriam (1
Cooper, having box office compe competition
tition competition with, "BTinff KnnS" a
movie he produced 23 years ago
Proof that cutie-pies aren'f the
only ones wno maice me ian
mffa7ir nnnularitv Dolls. Both
Anna r' M&imflni and L Cornell
Borchers, both womanly and long
ase out of tneir teens, are on
Motion Picture magasine'f beat-
liked list :' ,
Debbie Reynolds' dialog as a
gal from the Louisiana swamp
country in "Tammy." She lives
on a houseboat and in one scene
tnraans about the ; muddy water
. luflii bVurJ talVins about re
turning' to the MGM lot-for an
Independent movie version of
, -Babes in the Woods." . Dana
Wynter's appearance on TV in the
''Fabian of Scotland Yard" series.
She's billed under her old name
of Dagmar changed when an another
other another Dagmar busted out on Jerry
Lester's New, York TV show.
uiiuuAai!' hutti.hmh Intereit
behltNl plans for a new television
network te ? operate entirely en
film. If the film capital's aee-m-
the-nele in e showdown ngnr com'
1.. ... with thm. TV not'
works, '; Major studios also
have an eye on the $50,000,000 due
to be spent in the next 12 months
en filmed .commercials,
trHo at i.t Tahne. Then he re
ti.roa tn HnllwrUv) tft SDnd his
summer vacation from TV star-
ring in another movie, "t yar
ned a Woman.
Tk inn in a HallVwaeoi care:
'Eat. drink and make merry for
tomorrow ye diet.'
840 kcs., Panama Gty
Today, Monday, July 1
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (re-.
. (re-. quests taken by phone
6:35-What's Your FMQjltt
im fn k, nnniinort. '
u.ur ., ir-
6;15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
r REVIEW (Pabst Beer) ?
6:30 Your Dancing Party
6:45 MELACHR1NO MUSI-
CALE (Nescafe) (Nescafe)-7:00
7:00 (Nescafe)-7:00 Over To You -f
7:30 VOA Report From U.S. U.S.-8:00
8:00 U.S.-8:00 Musle By Roth k'
8:30-Proudly We Hail;
o.nnvnii asked For It (re-
' quests taken by phone
. tiU 7:30) '
10:30 Cavalcade Of America : -11:00
Concert Under The Stars
Tomorrow, Tuesday, July 17
i By OSWALD JACOBY
Writtea for NEA Service
At Pacific Club
The Panama branch of t h e
Watch Tower, Bible and Tract So So-rirfv
rirfv So-rirfv will soonsor a. three-day s-
lm'iitv f .Tihnvah'a wilnrssCS in
. ipanama m the Pacific Clubnouse
left Tlnnticll's date in court nexti .muU inti..itinn mnd ermem
w- i t. 1 IUI JDIum mauuvMuu
month-rto divorce Aldo Ray. ; Urated gospel-preaching in this a
rea, representatives for the group
All three days oi we assemoij
". 4AK10 -WEST-
AAIS 1 ".
None ' ',' ' 10 7 1 J
, SOUTH (D)
, ; ; jioij, ;
- Both sides ul.
Sooth West Nerth East
1 Double RedbU Pass
; 3 :. 1 Pass
4 5 Double-
8 4) Pass Pass Pass
' Opening lesd-f 7
Be Made Soon For Commercial Use
nor.- and I am canvincad that
we could land e rocket on the
moon within 10 years
ckaia." laid Baall.
1 think I can see clearly what
SEATTLE, Wash., July 16 (UP)
.Th fiiliir nf aviatinn is com
ing at us so fast "my inclination
is to duck," Welwood E. BeaU,
Hnin Airnlana Cn aitninp Vipf.
President said in commemorst-to expect by 1975. Beyond
ing the company's 40th anmversa-: are only vapor trails."
Tii.! Xr . 1 ci. mini.- v ..J
. "Th next an vttm will tee an two associates. E. N. Gott and
old saying disproved," he predict-, James Foley, drew up the papers
CO. OOine UlingI lull BO up Will vuiuy,uj va viujr u,
not come down at least, not down Boeing has turned out more
to this earth." jthan 23,450 airplanes of well over
Boeing manufacturered the fa-; 100 designs, a t,
mou a-ii, s-av na a i
i i i- iU. v... t
uuuiucrs aau. is uuw evcyyiuj wu uic uuiub uiam iici c auu
production of the eight-jet B 52 in nearby Renton, Boeing has a
bomber. Production is scheduled huge operation at Wichita, Kan.,
4v ViArrin (aah nn its 7A7 -lAfr f rfkno. I tthtraft mnre than 1 ftflA ft trtarvt .mi nrv
where more than 100 swept-wing
B-47 Stratojets have been buolt
and where B-52's will soon be
rolling off the assembly line to
to begin soon on its 707 jet trans
port tor commercial use.
K 1075 Rall M air travnl
wul be in 200-passenger jet trans- .- fiMtt,. -"i-
riS rTn.. ,, Z K "Often the best way to look a a-lit'
lit' a-lit' p5 at 50,000 feet head ia to begin by looking back,"
elevation. , p.ii ..m i. imn..t.
The 707 prototype has flown at J:lf T 1 L j ":. Z
speeds greiter thin 550 MPH ati. t tJl5 yJ
42,000. fet altitude and. the com-:r,e" 2?Uj.
grew in size ana cipapimy na
Tetesa Wright playing a blind girl
one week and a deaf mute the
following week on TV. ..Frank
Lovejoy talking about his new
Wt ... a .J iM .fin.
vjvj ,. will consist OI uiunuug,
privatp eye home screen "rtes.lBoon d evening sessions of Bible
'u.it j:...aK,ina nitI Wamnnorri.
"We'll feature brains. brawn
and benevolence Instead of guts,
guns' and gore." : ' .
Jerry Lewis, saying "I dottt
know' about solo "plans on tele television
vision television hut Dean Martin's approved
blueprints for a half hour singing
.h with mit stars, if NBC
flashes the green light on tearing
up their contract as a m
ruM KaAim- uMurinff Julie Ad
ams again in U-I's "Four Bright
Girls. He eourten per, ana woo Almirante. Gua
herr MI tWC- recent .uira... "'wm & Armuelles. Chilibro.
prove hU technique with one gal? Abajo. Gamboa Paraiso, Balboa
ThefUm,.by the way, is sequel, and Panama City are expected to
inflated with the times, to Deanna attend. .,
Durba onetime hit, "Tbreel Sw .simUar assemblies are bein?
imart Girla" iheld in the British Isles, eight in
: ICanada and 26 in the United
; Dimitri Tiomkin's description of1 States.
t , '. .' ', i
tllrB' jItanuaaiAna and riemonstra
tions, which are opta to the pub public
lic public without charge.
H A. -V. naper, ranaina nvu
Tower branch supervisor of min ministers
isters ministers will be the featured speak-
th ovont Ha .will BDOear
inn th nrnerarm all three days and
will neuter tne mam puduc
dress at .7:30 p.m. Sunday. His
siihiect is. "consulting God on
; H TOU HOUSE COOKIl ''.'
.- laowxig V
! i PINWMttt
til a Ucncl
Nestle Cookie Mis starts you
with the best ingredients jutt
add water and a few trimmings,
and you're ready to bake most of
yourfavorites in lew than 10 min minutes!
utes! minutes! Fudgy Bfownies, Toll
you add Nestle's Semi-Sweet
Chocolate Morsels. Get both!
1 tuy rtcipes on
tvtry Cookit Mix 'Bom
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club (requests lasen
by phone tut 7:00)
ir.A-iLfnrnlni RaTnn rnnnort
8:15 Church In The Wildwood,
8:30 Musical Reveme
9:15 Sacred Heart '",
Ae T Re Tt
10:00 JENNIFER'S JOURNAL
(Cutex and Odorono).
ia-ak stniTia anrl Needles (re-
quests taken by phone
tm 8:30) 1
11 .no Krai n i!
11:05 Spins Td'1 Net diet
tcom Q) ..
11:30 Meet The Entertainer ,
12:05 Lunchtlme Melodies
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:15 Music Of Manhattan .,.
1:30 Sons Of The pioneer"
1:45 Forward March
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Songs From The Bhowa
3:00 Hank Snow And His Rain
bow Ranch Boys .
3:15 Sammy Kake Show .
3:30 Music For Monday
t-nn Featnra Review
4:30 What's .Your Fatorite
- - (requests taken by
""" phone- till 3:00)
5:30 News 4 j
6:35-What's Your ratorlte
' (cont'd) v
6:00 To be announced
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Broadway In Review -6:45
Cooperative Hour -7:00
Interlude For Musle
7:15 HOW CHRISTIAN SCI SCIENCE
ENCE SCIENCE HEALS -' ;
1:30 VOA Report From U.8.
8:00 World Of Jazz
8:30-Life With The Lyons
9:00 Yoo Asked For It (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
-' tin 7-ant-
10:30 Music From Hotel II Pan Panama
ama Panama in.AKTmn1a f Trama-- --
11:00 Concert Under The stars
12:00 sign on.
(;.. 1.1 (iJ"
SAN SALVADOR, Juy 16 (UP)
DnliAA aioati1 m r!Alnmhian
i traveling salesman and questioned
w. 1 J 1 a A.J -U t
a uominican uiyiuiuav wuay auuiajj
an attempt io smuggle guns into
Two Salvadorean businessmen
are being sought in connection
with the gun-running plot.
fiivtv SS.ralihr rovnlv were
found distributed among the socks
and underwear in four suitcases
left in bond at a customs ware
house here by Colombian haber
dashery salesman Jose M. Issa.
Tea faM tflltnwia IVIAIt' ah hta
arrival here that he bad unloaded
ithe suitcases only to transship
them to British Honduras. A few
hours later however, Dominican
commercial attache Sergio del To-
m annarMi ar Thji warfthnnc ann
tried to arrenge the release of the!
When they were opened and
their lllirit eontenta revealed, del
Toro said two. local businessmen,
Jose Charur and Emilio Hasbun,
told him the bonded baggage con contained
tained contained "commercial samples."
The Dominican attache was not
held because of bis diplomatic im
munity, it was. not immediately
certain wether Salvadorean au authorities
thorities authorities will request that he be
Todav's hand came alone in the
Eastern Regional Tournament a
couole ; of months ago. "Most
of the South. nlaers cot them-
cbIum rffinhlpfl at four or five
spades, which they 'proceeded to
ma. m a lew cases nesi piajcu
tha hand at a hich contract in
hearts or clubs, going down. si
ihe most arusuc result came
when the West hand waa held by
nn nf mv favorit oartners. Har-
v i cichtMtm nf New inm. r isu-
bein made a careful analysis of
the bidding and came to the con
clusion that souw naa u cams in
crnodoo anrf diamonds, and that
North had club strength .. that in-
eluded, the ace, t;ti'
It seemed clear to Fishbem that
normal defense wouia net- mm
ii : am heart and one soade.
The setting tries couui conm umj,
front a diamond run.; nut now
could East gain the lead to give
- The; solution wss risky, but tt
is known far and wide that Fh Fh-!
! Fh-! on -rreamrmff. He. ODened
ur. ------ :
the 5 seven at neans at wi
m'ercial model will be able to car
ry up to, 140 passengers. ; ?
"The future of a v I a 1 1 n Is
coming at us so fast my incli inclination
nation inclination is do duck. Pilatleis air aircraft
craft aircraft srt s reality,, an earth
satsllite is just around the cor-
their useful lives were extended.
the time lapse between designs
i rapidly lengthened.
f or example, i tnuue xne Boe Boeing
ing Boeing 707 jet transports, which- will
he sin ooeration in- 1939. '.will hold
their position as the finest com
mercial aircratt lor at least u
years. What will take the place of
leadership by 1975- u J
"At Boi:g we can foresee a
?tf).naanirer it transDort vith .a
maximum speed of 1,500 miles per
trick! f ... f
rnrman Kit. another famous
exnert. olaved the oueen of hearts
from the East hand. When this
card held the trick it was appar-
. 4 i i -i t i J
t An mmA tinet A; tiuif flvintf frAlVl AaaHIa fi IVAUT
hearts. The reason wasn't hard to York in one hour, 45 minute, and
I alt 1 M TH.-A S..M.X.J ah iiaMAKi) fwAIM XTalllr VlM-lr 4a PoiiaT Itl 1 11714
for his partner to ruff. .Down onett hours, 25 mmutes." :
tt'h rntst bio
In Flaming Technicolor!
IM Msfs Ml
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ITfCMNlCOUw V 11
j j 1inilir t
plus: ewsreel 4c Shorts!
Showing At Your Serw; Center Tiieotrej Tonight ,,
Burt Lancaster ft Anna Magnanl
"THE ROSE TATTOO".
, Victor Mature k Jean Simmons
"AFFAIR WITH A STRANGER"
6:15 ft S:4 ,
1 MARGARITA Photographed on the battlefields of Korea!
:1S 7:55--.n-'V -. "CEASE FIRE' r
PARAISO 6:15 & 1:25 Marlon Brando in "DESIREE"
SANTA CRTJZ "Portrait of Jennie" k "Flaming Fury
CAMP BIERD 6.1S k 8:15 Burt Lancaster in "THE
, KENTI7CKIAN" ......'-.., i
V Eve Arden In
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tion construe-tion or remodeling of buildings. 7V;
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THE MANAMA "-'AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT KTOS?APE3l v
MONDAT, JCLT IS, 1S:J
OPENING DAY CROWD Part of the large crowd which gathered at the new President Remon racetrack for the inaugural
program is shown here under the main stands. Some of the tans can be seen placing their Lets while others are .still trying
to .figure oat the winner of the next race. ; ; r X vv
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DOWN THE STRETCH pa:t of the field of horses In Saturday's third race nearing the finish line. "Dawn Song Is taking J
' the lead from second place finisher Mezereum.; Bosun's Mate, third here, finished in that same position. Enthusiastic' race 5
goers line up near the rails to get a better view of the horses as they flash by. Later In the afternoon, a crowd of more
than 15,000 was on hand to see the $10,000 Inaugural Classic which was won by Rosier in a photo finish over Golazo and 1
Mossadeq. v ,
BOSTON UF)- M.I Pirntll
of the Bettort Red Sox pitched
v vJT 1 no-run, no-filt gam to. boat
WEEKEND SPORTS SUMMARY; me Mjieago Whlto Sox, M.
nw.nr.f M T TTD 111
Trsr wnrnnn n.v.t tthv vivuiuuii, lull nu-
Swaps set new track record of ItL," T8..'
1:58 3-5 for a mile-and-auarter lr":. f "L"6' .u"
' Alt TTUlUlUg. HIV fVH JkAVMJ II VW
Gold. Cup at Hollywood Park,
$1 J 4,400 Monmouth Handicap" at
Patty of Los Angeles won the L
rish tennis- championship by de
feating Hugh Stewart of Pasadena;
Calif., 3-6, 6-3, 6-4, 6-3. ' :
San Francisco (UP) J unit
Buxbaum of Momphit, Tonn.,
won the National Public Links
golf championship by defeating
Bill Scarborough of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Fla., 3 and 2. vv-'Av-
SILVERSTONE, Eng.; (UP)
CHICAGO f UPV Swoon's son
CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind. (UP) won the $158,825 Arlington Classic .World champion driver Juan Ma- tor.
Kafer Johnson, of U.U.L.A. won at Arlington rark; oy i lengths.' nucl iangio of Argentina won the
the National Decathlon Champion i k J British Grand Prix road race in
ship with a near record 7,754 DUBLIN, Ireland (UP) Budge, Ferrari in the average speed of
BOISCHATEL.' Due. (UPV
Casper, Jr., of Chula Vista, Ca
tinn tha T.ahatf rinon tnU IahiP '1
nwu tub vpui V1U WUI.,
menf with a 14-under-par 72-hol
score of 274. v ,, ",.'.
BUDAPEST, Hungary J (UP)
Sador lharot tot new world
trark records of 27:43.1 for six
miles and 23:42.1 for 10,000 m.
team of Beverly, Hanson of Apple fhlf ft VpiflT TlfDC
VaUey, Calif., and Kathy Corne- vlllLU I CJQI QUJ
nus oi La&e worm,, t ia won me n i r i p i
I homestead women's four baU KrnP It IKhPC HrtV
i-P" golf tournament by four. strokes iu'fuW INUJIIGJ.
;'f,;:s-:wTo Training Camp
HOT SPRINGS, Vs.. (UP) -The ment here,
Disney of Pasadena, Calif., won:. STAMFORD,' Conn., July 18
the national cycle championship Boxer cmco Vejar was
for the third straight year.. marned yesterday to Caryl Cognt Cognt-N
N Cognt-N .'; ta, 21, the daughter of, a Stam-
;" i'": :; ..." v ,. ford doctor. ',
r ..;,Sv r'w. -,! Veiar 24, left, immediately after
DUESSELDORF, Germany the wedding reception without
(UP) Shirley Fry of St. Peters- his bride for Los Angeles to conu
burg, Fla., and Bob Perry of Los nue training for a forthcoming
Anceles won the sinples titles in middleweight light witn Kaymond
the International tennis tourna- fiientes.
help relieve the nervous tension
under whkh I work Tha 10-day
test has made a VICEROY smok smoker
er smoker out off me.
Thai's rightl When nervous tension gets you
down,' relax with a VICEROY.'
' ' l 'i T r :
Mr. front ieMt b MV kmom o4 mHwni h A City of
CI4 viwr k procrltM ki mnlmiam m ttmnl.
- '' t j,.-;...,;.,
VICEROY is th result of a perfect blending
of the finest tobaccos obtainable.
: Tfie exefysive VICEROY filter is made from
,: c; pure cellulose soft, snow-white natural!
Cellulose is csubstance present in most of f f-.
. f-. the foods weeat. r'; w .J-
. mOA'v mmtfIM I iii
VICEROYS are factory-fresh because the
are made right here in Panama, with im-
, r -iorted tobacco's'
cigarettes cost only
am m m
4 1 VtC JtoM i J
The new Mrs. Veiar will join
her husband in Los Angeles July
24, the dag of her husband's
Bourne, Martinez Meet
Jn Battle Of Champions
' Sunday kAt: ;National Gym
The Panama National Gym
will be the scene of a battle of
champions Sunday night when
featherweight title, holder Isidrc
Martinez takes on bantamweight
king Melvin Bourne In a 10 10-round
round 10-round feature at a weight limit
of 128 pounds.
Martinez will be maklne his
iirst appearance since be scored
16 modern "Santa" ships uniting the
Americas with fast and frequent
j emce..j.;.,.;. f;...-';. s v.''-''':'';V;''; t':.
WEEKLY SERVICE FROM NEW YORK
TO) WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA
' S.5. "SANTA MARGARITA .Due Cristobal C. Z, July' 19
S.S. "SANTA BARBARA" v. .Due Cristobal, C. Z., July J55
. WEEKLY SERVICE FROM THE
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
S.S. "SANTA JSABEL V. .; Sails Cristobal, C. Z., July 17
S.S. "SANTA 1U1SA" .......Sails Cristobal, C. Z, July 24"
FROM U-S: PACIFIC 4 WEST COAST CENTRAL
-AMERICA TO BALBOA AND CRISTOBAL,. C. Z.
S.S. "SANTA ANrTA"
1 S.S. "SANTA CRUZ" ......
..Due Balboa, C. Z July 22
Due Balboa, C. Z August
FROM CRISTOBAL AND BALBOA, C. Z. TO THE
WEST COAST CENTRAL AMERICA A U. S. PACIFIC
' 8.S. "SANTA ANITA" .Sails Cristobal, C. Z July 31
PANAMA AGENCIES CO.
CRISTOBAL: 2131 2135 TANAMA: 2-0556 0557
. BALBOA: 1507 r 2159
Satina vill carry you smoothly
thru the ironing hour
f"'r pulling bunching.
1 f -"' t
Yes,' Satina makes your iron fly -cuts down iron iron-'
' iron-' ing time on every starched item in your basket. ; v
Mix Satina with your hot, ready-to-iron starch and
see-just how delightfully easy it is to iron the
Satina way. Your clothes will look and stay crisp and
clean longer, and smell divinely fresh I
...v Gel yowr box of Satina today the "T
B6 Ironing aid in tho little package I
an lltn round kayo over Rodolfo
Francis June 24, in a title bout
originafly scheduled .for 15
Fighting at a surprisingly 4
light 12434 pounds that night -the
sharp shooting veteran, who T
hails from the city of Colon. -demonstrated
speed and punch-
ing power as .he pummeied his
rival into his first defeat In sev several
eral several years. ...
- Bourne", who' has held the
Ill-pound crown .for five
years, f'nds himself In the po-
sition of being so outstanding -among
the bantams, that he
has been unable to get himself
a match in his .- class since ;
Jan. 29 when he virtually cut
the then outstanding contend- '
er Byren Cumberbatch to rib ribbons
bons ribbons to gain a seventh round r'
T&Q In a 15-round title fight. 1 r';
The only prospect who seems
a match for Bourne at present
In the 118-pound division Is
hard punching Toto Ibarra. But -Toto's
handlers are reluctant to 1
put the youngster against the'
Idol of Chorrillo right now. They
ieei tne cniricano neeas some :
more seasoning before be can be
Pitted against a "sharpie" like vi
Bourne., ... ( J
If the bantamweight champ
gives a good account ef himself (
Sunday n'ght, he will be given )
a crack at Martinet', crown la
a subsequent match. : ( i
r '.v f
Three other-bouta round nut
the program lined up by the To-1
rres brothers. Jose Luis and Vic
tor Manuel : ; : ,
In the six-round ; semifinal
promising Tito .Marshall swaps v
leather with veteran Black 11
at a weight limit of 123 nounds.
In Marshall's last appearance
June .24, he TKO'ed Jose Watson J
in two heats. Black Bill droDned
a split verdict to Sammy Medi Medina
na Medina in his last outing, Feb, 26.
For AI!-JI:r Ginia
On Wednesday lii.-hl
.Everything is in readiness for :
Wednesday night's teenage base baseball
ball baseball game at the Panama Olym-
pic -Stadium. A team of Panama
pony League All-Stars will tackle
the VFW. Teener All-Stars -who t
Will make the trip to Hershey
Pa., next month, f ,: i t :
Proceeds from the game will :
be added to the fund to send the
VFW team to the U.S. to com compete
pete compete In the National VFW Teen-
er Baseball,Tournament.,; ..
Lights for the contest, which
is scheduled to get underway at
7p.m., will be furnished by the
Royal Crown Cola company of
Panama. The baseballs will b
supplied by Lou Glud's Sporting
Admission prices are 25 and 15
cents. -. : A .-.4
The v complete rosterSof the
two teams followi" s :
VFW ALL-STARS: Bill Gibson,
lb-p; Pete Corrigan, 2!p; Norm
Pederson, ss-3b; Frank Ammi Ammi-rati.
rati. Ammi-rati. 3b; Charlie French; ss-p
Charlie Chase, c; Lulgi-Pernlgot
ti, ss-cf; John McGrawcf; Cor
bin McGrtff, If-cf George Bar-,
bier, cf-p; Morgan Schock, cf-p;
Joe Godsey, cf-p. V V
(Don Humphreys, John En En-gelke
gelke En-gelke and Ted Webb, other mem members
bers members of the VFW team, have al-
ready left for the US.) I ;
PANAMA PONY LEAGUE ALL ALL-STARS;
STARS; ALL-STARS; Tito Sanchez, lb; Bob
by Evans, lb; Santos Hurtado c;
Luis Gonzalez, c; Lou Klein, 2b;
Gonzalo Garrido, ss; mocencia
Aguilar, 3b; Daniel Herrera, 3b;
Francisco Chacon, as; RO(?eli.
Wilson, cf ; Gustavo Alzamora,
cf; Lionel Sinclair, cf; Luis de
Gracia. p;. "Victor Montero. p:
Ricardo" NaranjO, p;' Raymond
Edward, p; Hernan Arias, p; Ai Ai-ciblades
ciblades Ai-ciblades 4 la-Torre, tuUiity.). ,..
MONDAY, JTLY 16, 1958
TT3 PANAMA AMERICAN A IXDWIXDDTT DAJXT KITfSPAPEB
PA CI ?
jT Ch rJl Tt-r 1
CaUL JLJUL 1
Stair Making Powerful
Bid To Live Up To His
Prediction To Win Title
, ' By FRED DOWN
. NEW YORK, July 16 (UP)-Stan Musial took
ovet the National League batting lead for the first
time this season today in a powerful bid to make
good his prediction that he'll win the seventh title
of his career. V ':.-v' ;--"'
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
; Th 35-year-old Muslal hair. $4 sweep of th WtrolTTltteff. Brooklyn .';
mere ou seven .hit, tajntet M!!!!L
trips as tne Bt, wuu arai --u up w, 4 piusourgn
split a doubleheader with tte vho displaced the Tigerj in fift Philadelphia
Sto ani Homer,; by Lou Berberet ard
tub .th lpart from Cincinnati's Jose : Valdiviels paced
. .465 11
va ttaiw h nne ooint. Musial
whoxlso leads the National
League with 69 runs batted In
has walloped 12 hits In 20 tales
for a .600 mark since the AU AU-Star
Star AU-Star Interlude, ,..
Stan the man drove In three
runs on three hits to lead the
rorriinnik tn a. 0-1 win in the
nni nd had two doubles, a
trinle and a single In five tries
although the Redbirds dropped
the nightcap. 7-8. Murry Dick Dickson
son Dickson won his seventh came In the
opener while saui Rogovm wE
credited with his fifth win for
the Phillies in the seconu game
Alvin bark; continulnr his
i Waiin post All-Star battl"
pace, sunported Mwial with
three f hits in the first game
but was held to one n't fa me
attempts ta thfc nightcap.
A seventh batting title would
enable MusiaT to tie Rogers
womshu and leave him one
short of the National League
mark held h Honus Wagner. TV
Cobb holds the big league mark
of 12 battlnt? chamnionshlps.
The Milwaukee Braves, mean meanwhile,
while, meanwhile, retained their two-game
hold on first place in the NX.
when they downed' the Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Pirates, 3-2 and 4-1. War Warren
ren Warren Spahn won his elehth game
in the opener wnen v
Washington Senators to a 7-3
verdict after Wally Burnette
spun a six-hit shutout in his big
league debut to give the Kansas
City Atnieucs an u-u viumpn.
Burnette, 27-year-old right-
hander, recalled from Denver
last Thursday, struck out four
and walked only one.
-YESTERDAY'S STAR: Wal Wally
ly Wally Burnette of the Athletics,
who spun a six-h't, 8-1 shut shutout
out shutout in his major league debut.
(Editor's note: Burnette had a
4-2 record for the champion
Chesterfield Smokers in the
Panama Pro Loop and was the
winninr hurler for Panama in
its 18-8 rout of Venesuela in
the final game of this year's
Groat ss i
Walls rf ..
Clemente If ......
Folles e ,..v.,t
b-Sheppard . . . 1 0
LawiPepper p 0
,V" ILK. 1 .r.r..n with the Waters n .. 0
hases filled in : the eighth mnmj uw p v
ntrw una ih.t.u"uviv
Trowbrldee and Tay
lor Phillips collaborated in a x-
hitter in the secona h
Relief pitcher Buster Freeman
pitched a total of five rtJuWut
innings to receive4, : credit? fot
un, t.h '" second-Place
Cincinnati Redlei;a won a pair of
extra-innlne. 4-3 decisions i c-vei
th Mew York Giants. Rockv
Bridges delivered his first hit
and drove in his first run of the
year to win put niprhtcan in the
11th innine after Bob Thurman
hnma the winnine run
4. um mtv, nf tha rrnener. Free'
man shut out the Giants for the
four innings in the first game
and pitched one shutout innmt
in the second game to pick up
hi iTth and sevenin wins w
Carl Furillo drove in si"
t runs with a two-run homer
- and a grand slam te help the
Brooklyn Dodgers down .the
i Chicago Cubs, 18-8, and snap
f a five-game losing streak. Don
t Newcombe scored h's l!th vic-
tory tops for the NX-al-'
though relived in the seventh.
Gene Baker hit a grand slam
j homer for the Cubs, .--v
i The New York Yankees in
creased their American League
lead to 10 games, when they
downed the Chicago White Sox
5.1 and B-5. Whltey Ford out-
pitched 13-?ame winner Billy
pierce in the opener and Hank
Bauer came through with a two two-run
run two-run single off Jim Wilson to take
the 10-mnlng nigntcap. Tne
White Box, who have lost eight
straight, -were 'within three nut nut-outs
outs nut-outs of a split when Fred Hat Hatfield
field Hatfield homered in the top of the
lothi'.v m; ..-
Dave Sisler, aided by Ike De De-lock
lock De-lock in the ninth, pitched a two two-hitter
hitter two-hitter to' give the Boston Red
Sox a 3-1 win after the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians won the first game,
10-7. Ted Williams had two dou doubles
bles doubles for the Red Sox in the
Rookie Tito Francona snapped
a 1-1 tie with a homer in the
first gam and smashed a grand
slam in the nightcap to lead the
Baltimore Orioles to a 7-2 and.
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee v
Philadelphia at St. Louis N)
. Brooklyn at Chicago v
New York at Cincinnati (N)
Pittsbureh 010 i00 0OdU2 : 8 0
MUwaukee v 200 000 01r-3 S 1
Pepper. Waters: t Law '-llJ
and Foiles. : ; :v".
Spahn-(8-7X:nd Rice, Cran-
Pittsburgh 000100 000-1
Milwaukee 001 100 02x4 7 C
Naranjo (0-1), Face and Shep-ard.
Trowbridge, Phillips (1-0) and Cleveland
1 .45 S3
. .43 35
, .44 38
. .38 43
. .33 53
. .30. 51
In The Majors
r ,f LEADING BATTERS
(Bated en 175 efflc'al at bats)
; RATIONAL LEAGl'S
Player and Club 1 ab r pel
Musial, 8t. L. 81 308 46 100 .327
Bailey, Clnci. 61 193 32 63 .326
Sc'dienst, N.Y. 55 193 26 62 .321
Boyer, St. L. 81 326 6010419
Aaron, MIL ;. 75 288 46 8231S
; : AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle, N. Y. 79 293 75 107 .383
Maxwell, Det. 72 239 51 84 .351
Kuann, Det. 73 278 43.97 .349
KeU, Balti. 64 218 26 72 .330
Skpwron, N. Y. 65 214 33 70 27
' Chlcaog at New York
Cleveland at Boston
Only games scheduled. .'
5 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago at New York :'
New York 020 000 00x 2 4 f
Pierce (13-4), Lapalme and
; Ford fll-4) and Berra.
(Second Gairii' r
Chicago 000 301 000 15 9 1
New York 000 012 100 2 6 10 1
Donovan, Wilson (1I-7) and
R. Coleman. Turley. Morton.
kucks uj-) ana Berra.
" : (
(First Game) '
New York Oil 001 000 0 S 7 4
Cincinnati 100 200 000 1-4 11 1
Hearn, Littlefield, Wilhelm
(1-5) and Westrum. Sarni.
Nuxhall, Black, Freeman (-2)
New York 000 100 020 00-3 11 1
Cinci. 000 120 000 0U-4 8.
McCall, Grlssom, Wilhelm
Margoneri (1-1); Ridzlk and
n' Gross, KUippstein, Acker
34 2 9 24 9
O'Corniell 2b 1 1 n 2
Logan ss 5 0 1 1
Mathews 3b ,4,...4 .-
Aaron rf ,. .4 3 A 0 3
Covington If 1 2 0
Thomson If 0 0, 0 0
Bruton cf ........ 3 0 1 a 5
Adcock lb 3 0 0 10
Torre lb 0 0 0 1
Rice c 2 0 0 4
a-Tanner 1 0,0 0
Crandall c .... 0, 0 0 1
Spahn p 4 0 0 0
(First Giine) ,
'Philadelphia 000 100 0001 8
J t lonW 000 203 40x 9 13
kite,.. jutvtus ftiiu
30 3 6 27 13
BiriieH out for Rice in 6th.
h-Flied out for Maieroskl in
c Ran for Foiles in stn.
b Filed, out for Law in 9th.
010 100 0002
200 000 Olx-Z
Errors: Matthews. RBI: Ma
zeroskl 2. O'Connell, Mathews 2
Doubles: Long. Folles. Home
runs: Mathews. Sacrifice: Groat
2. Left on base: Pirates 7
Braves 11. Bases on balls: Pep
per 4, Waters 1, Law 3, Spahn l
S.O.: Penper 2. Law 2. Spahn 5
Hits off: Pepper 3-5-V4, Waters
0-1-3, Law S--1-3. Runs ana
earned runs: Pepper 2-2, Law
l-i;. Wild pitch: Law. WP:
Spahn (8-7). LP: Law (3-11).
Philadelphia 300 Old 003-7 12 0
St. Louis 010 001 1025 13 0
Rogovln (5-4). Meyer. Neeray
ana eemimcK. .. .
McDaniel (4-3),- P 0 h 0 lsky.
Wehmeier, Konstanty, Liddle
Jackson and Katt
Brooklyn 010 026 10010 12 1
Chicago ' 004 000 4008 9 2
Newcombe (12-5). Roebuck
Lehman, Lablne and Campanu
Brosnan, Hughes (1-Dv Hack
er, Kaiser, Davis and Chiti.
400 041 01010 12 (
Boston 104 000 001 7 12 (
Aguirre Houtte man (2-1)
Mossl and Averlll, Hegan.
Nixon (3-3), Hurd. Dorlsh and
(Second Game) t
Cleveland 1 000 000 1001 2
Boston lOOUOOOx 3 10
Garcia (6-8), McLlsh and He
- Sisler (4-3), Delock
Snider, Dodgers ......
RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yanks 74
Musial, Cards 69
Boyer, 'Cards ............ 63
Wertz, Indians .......... 62
Simpson, Athletics .f.s.. 61
Mantle. -Yanks .......... .72
Lopez, Athleticr .
' Mantle, Yanks ...... .. 107
Boyer, Card .'.104
Ashburn. Phils 100
Musial, Cards ............100
Darx, cards ............ 98
(Based on 8 Decls'ons)
(First Game) x
Detroit 100001 0002 5
Baltimore 100 122 01x7 10 (
Garver (0-2). Aber. Moss and
Moore (7-6) and Triandos. .'
.nafLawrence, Redlegs ..12
sturaivant, YanKs ...,8
Brewer, Red Sox ....11
Freeman, Redlegs ... 7
Fierce, White Sox.... 13
Kucks, Yanks .......13
(Second Game) '
102 000 0008 6 (!
Baltimore "101 000 40x 6 6 C
f Trucks (3-4), Gromek, Master-
aon iia xiuuse.
Brown (3-2). and Triandos.
(First Game) -
Kansas City 020 000 411 8 13 1
Washlntgon 000 000 0000 6 0
' Burnette (1-0) and Thomnson
Stobbs (7-7), Byerly and Court
ney, r ....
(Second Game) '
Kansas City 002100 0002 10 f
Washington 000 60100x 7 10" C
Kretlow. Shantx ( l -a ni-lm.
ian, Santiago,. McMahan- and
Stone. Ramos (5-7). Pascua'
.:V-VV :" "I
rir.HTiNf; Finish Rosier leads Golazo and Mbssadea a f yards from the finish Une in
the $10,000 added Inaugural Classic at the new r multi-million dollar President Remon race racetrack.
track. racetrack. The official photo showed Rosier Winner by-a. nose ever GoUzo with Mossadeq only
a half-length further back. ". Bias Aguirre, outrode Alfredo Vasquez (Golazo) and Ruben Vas Vas-quez
quez Vas-quez (Mossadeq) before an opening day crowd; of more than 15,000. v f :
Cachafaz Scores Upset Win
In Feature At New Racetracli
The Stud Zep's hard-running itorles, aboard Single Slipper and
sbc-vear-old Chilean horse Ca
chafaz took a liking to the fast
racing strip 01 tne new presi president
dent president Remou race track and raced
to a two-lenrth unset victory in
the featured $750 one mile nd
62 yards gallop for Classes B
and C imported horses.
Cachafaz moved up after tne
leaders entering the long back
stretch and was already along
side pacesettlng Melendez turn
ing into tne homestreun wnere
he Vok command and was go going
ing going 'i way at the finish.
Melendez had sprinted into a
comfortable early lead and was
still going well when overtaken
Pet I by the winner. He held on to be
1.00C next best Maria Stuardo came
.80C up from last place with a pow pow-.78
.78 pow-.78 erful but belated finishing kick
,77 Virglllo Castillo rode the wln wln-.785
.785 wln-.785 ner but Bias Aguirre was the
.765 day's top winner with two vic-
Mr. Tivoli. Cachafaz' $13.40 win 1 Julie $5.80 (no place betting);
dividend -was the day best.
. FIRST RACE
1 Camberwell $6.60, 3.80.
2 Devonshire Club. $3.20.
1 Single Slipper $3.20,' 2.20.,
2 Copadora $2.20.
First Double: $10 t
1- Fru Fru $5.80, 3 60.
2 Curazalefta $4.
-i FOURTH RACJ5
1 Royal Emblem $3.80, 2.00.,
2 Golden Buzzer $4.
1 Panicus $6.40, 3.80.
2 Mrs. Halligan $11.
SEVENTH RACE ;
1 Gay spot $12. 4.40. ;
2 Ocean Star $3.60.
Second Double: $44.(0.
. EIGHTH RACE i
1 Mr. Tivoli $6.20, 3.
2- Ollmplco $2.60.
1 Opulento $11.80, 3.60.
2 Paqulro $2.40. .,
a One-Two: 28.20.
1 Cachafaz $15.40, 6.80,
2 Melendez $6. I
Today Encanto- 35 JIO
Lex Barker Lon Chaney, in
"Battle of Chief Fontiac
John Ireland, in v
' .. "BASKETBALL FIX".
Today IDEAL 30 .70
Jack Palance, in
. "THE BIG KNIFE" ;
Richard Ei?an, in
(' USED CARS )
ji's w!;:r3 y:u t: ltz:MJ
NEW YORK. July 18 (UP)
Southpaw Fred Kipp of Montreal
and righthander Lynn Loven Loven-utb
utb Loven-utb of Toronto stood tied for
the most wins in the Interna
tional League today, 14 each, as!
the three-cornered race for tne
league lead continued, among
Montreal, Toronto and Roches
; .... y : ....... J .U
KIdd "'who Is expected to be
called up by the parent Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn Dodgers early this week
pushed his record to 14-4 by
hurling a four-hit, 5-1 victory
over the Buffalo Bisons in the
first game of a Sunday double double-header,
header, double-header, before Buffalo won the
seven-inning nigntcap, z-o.
Miami blanked Columbus, 5-0
on Don CardwellV five-hitter
before the Jets nushed across a
aeventh-lnninr run to win the
second, 4-3. Havana downed
Richmond, 2, behind the three three-hit
hit three-hit pitching of Emilio Cueche
before Richmond took the sec
ond in seven Innings, 2-1
Oft WrMly tnm
I.H t m. ..
' lir Service 7h I
More ln!:m:lbnal :
For M:rl!n Tcurnsy
More international sportsmen
are expected to arrive here to
take parf in, the fourth interna
tional marun and sallflsh tour tournament
nament tournament Frank Baxter. Lee Cuddv and
John Mahoney of Miami will
start out today aboard the Seri
for a ten-day trip. Mahoney who
has fished in previous interna international
tional international fishing tournaments here
has always carried off a nrke or
two. Baxter holds a tie for the
world record in the 12-lb. class
for a 145-lb.-sailflsh.
Chuck Helmlv and Ed Corlett
of Miami will start out today
also aboard the Soltura for a
nine-day trip. The Miami sports sportsmen
men sportsmen aboard the Soltura and the
Seri are members of the Miami
Rod and Reel Club. Many of their
club records have been broken
here in panam irateM,
TUn Woodruff. Mr. and Mrs.
William Y. Boyd and Capt. and
Mrs. William Cronln were fish fishing
ing fishing about the "Hula" over the;
weekend. The Air Force and the
Army also had boats out. I
From July 20 to 29, Sam Moo-'
dy. Barney Foreeson, Capt Har-1
ry Wilder, Bob McCoy, J. M I
Harned and Buster Hartness (of
indlanola. Miss.), will fish from
the "Skipjack.", ; ; v i i
Entry blanks for the tourna-i
ment .may be obtained at Rod;
and Reel headouarters at Hotel 1
El Panama. Those participating
in the tournament are urged to
send in pictures and entry cards
to the club as soon as possible.
ATOMIC SURGERY. S
LOS ANfiF.I.F.S HTPV An
atomic device, developed at the!
University of California Medical
Center at Los Angeles by Dr. Don Donald
ald Donald E. Burke, has proved to be
valuable in locating hard-to-find
kidney stones during surgery. The
device, called "Thul-X." is being
studied for possible use in other li
operations, as a substitute for1
OFFICIAL LIST ;0F THE NATIONAL LOTTERY- OF BENEFICENCE
' PANAMA. REPUBLIC OF PANAMA V r-
f "Complete Prize-winning Humbert in the Ordinary Drawinj No. 1949, Sunday, July IS 1956.
, ' i ; ; Wn0ie Wcket has 44 pieces which comprises the two serlrt "A"' and "B"
Fir si" Prize
6715" $ 44,000.00
1013 s 13.200 00
8653 5 6 .600:00
PRIZES ARE PAH) WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES
Nil 132.N 1S ni.M Mil 1M.H 30IS 131.M Mil I32.M WIS 1 H Mil .J 1JJ.M 711 l M
till ." IM.M llll 'DIM I11S 132.M Sill 131.M llll U1.M mi- 1.M.M (III IS2 M HIS : "I-"
215 132 M 21 ; ;lStM 2215 I32.M 3215 : 1J2.M 4211 132.M 5211 U2.M 2lt IS2.M IZ1S IS2.M
3IS 1S2.M 1311 132 M 2315 132 M S31S 1SZ.M 4315 132.M 5315 I32.M 8315' 131 M 7JU 1SI.M
MIS 132.M Hll 132M 2411 112 M 341S 132 M Mil 132.M S4I5 132.N MIS 132.M t41S 132.M
Mil '!. 1511 132.M till 132.M Mil 1 M 451 132 M R5II 132 M Mil I32.M 7511 132.M
Mil 132.M Mil 1J2.M 2415 132.M 3415 132.M 4411 132 M 5ll I32.M Mil 132.M 7811 .'132.
711 J,Je.M 1711 1,244 M Mil 1.MM4 171 t,2M.M "4711 J.2M.M 1711 2.204.M 1711 1,M M 7715 7.2M.M
tll V132.M Mil I32.M 2XII 132 M 3415 I32.M Mil 132.M 5015 132.44 441 132 44 7X11 132 M
Mil 13I.M llll 'i 13I.M till 131.M HIS -MIM Mil U2.M Mil lS2.Mf 44I5 132.lt 7IU ISZ M
13 J 1
132.44 i .M5
J, 244.04 1 4711
132 44 1 4X11
' 132 44
. 132 04
, 132 44
Approiiraalicos Derived From First Prize
444 M 1
444 M I
I 1714, 44I.M I 1T 444.M I I71 MM 7 f 444.M J
I 1714 44I M I 1711 444 M I 11 2 1 444.M I 1721 444.M I
'- 444 HI
Approximations Derived From Second Prize
' '- 4 S 1 I
7tll 22I.M StU ,' 124.M Mil 224.80
1417 llt.M llll : llt.M 1421 1I4IM
1011 114 M lt2t 11I.M 1021 tlt.i
' Approximation! Derived From" third Prize
, M.M MSI
' M.M I
Prize-winninR Numbers of yesterday's Lottery. Drawinn were sold at: 1st, and and 3rd in Panama
The Nine Hundred whole tickets endinj in S and not Included in the above list win Forty-Four Dollars s ($44.00) each.
' ; The whole ticket has 44 pieces divided in two series "A"; & "B"' of 22 pieces each.
Signed by; ALBERTO ALEMAN. Governor of the Province of Panama
The Representative of the Treasury RICARDO A. MELENDEZ
mrmaRTSk'. Alberto F. Aeulrre. CM. NO. 47-17119 :. Juos uuuaiwiu baxajuwi
Fidel R. Hernandez, Ced.. No. 15-48
Notary Public, Panama.
RAFAEL TERAN A.,
i Acting Secretary.
klrtTC. Tha wlnnlns UcktU with tht lait dpbtr Btf wltb Uie two IM
liJ I C. ciphtr ippiy only le tht Flnt Pritt.
Tht flret Prlzt and tht Ind and Ird Prixet ra drawn 4eparawly. Tht tp
preximatlem art aaleulatad en tht Flrat 6econd and Third Prizafc ta cit
a tcket thould carry tha dumber at each priM. Uit bolder In antlUad to
lain paymanl for aacb. ; ,.
Mm OF THE 3 STRIKES
Sunday, July IS, 1956 f
Drawing Number 650
' - Fraction
Second Prize. 4
Third Prize, . ,
13 ; 3.00
53 ''" 2.00
Tht prlzaa will be aal4 U accardaaea tvlth Iht Official Lbt f Paaaml t
iht afCim af Iht NaUaaal BcBcficaal latttry aitaalad Central Acn
Plan of Ordinary Drawing No. 1050 which will take
place July 22, 1956 -.
' Divided la iwe aarlt. oi at tracuoiia eavh dcuomintitd ''A" and "B
I flrrt Prize. Stntt A and at.
" .. 1 Sceend Prita, Sariat A and B. sf
1 Third Prize; Sariet A and B. at
IS Approximation Serlea h and 8. al
9 Prlres. Serlee A and B, of
: M Prltea. 6eriaa A and B. of
KM PriM. Sertw A tnd B. nf
UUU UUU each tarlM
f .400.0 cacn 4riae
SJOO.M each acriea
220 00 each eaiiaa
1.10O.M each aerie
M.M each aarie
12 00 wob earla
.-'- -. SKCOND PMI
IS Approximation, Serin A and of S SS.OO each aerie
B Prize Stria 4 and B. of ; 110 M each oarla, ;
llApproximaUona. Serlea A and 8 of S 44.00 each aerie''
I Pritea, kar la, A. and B of M 00 aacb ene
Price of o whole ticket
Price of a forty-fourth part .
TO'lAL f 149,7.
, less-effective X-ray,
L v J LJ
.Read story on pags 81
' WASHINGTON, July 16 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The economic boom that earned
the nation to new peau oi produc production
tion production last year was bigger than rea realized,
lized, realized, even at that time.
- The Commerce Department re-:po-ied
yesterday that a new ap-
praisal of 155 business showed
'that the "Gross National Product'
tlie total output of goods and
'services .climbed past n annual
"rat? of $400 billion mark m the
final month l the year.
. This upsurge carried ever In In-.
. In-. to the opening months of me,
hitting rate that would equal
! $4C3.$ billion sustained for 4
i full ytar. Crossing the $4M bit bit-.'
.' bit-.' lion, line was an event econom-
;its had boon expecting to hap-
pen at any
uLet the people know the truth mid the country i$ wc'. 'Abraham Mncoln:
Slat IE AH
PANAMA, R. p; MONDAY, JULY 16, 1956
NEW YORK, July as (UP:
JWXV who1eo1 W P&WA
imioi vii tneir jods in rower raannavuur w
,1955 is now HbmiM l I day where 25-hour fire Jestlcoy-
i kininn hieher tnan sup-, ,, ., ...
lea ine oia jonn wanaiimnti ;: ;:-partment
partment ;:-partment storeand crippled jun-
lion -$ binion higher than sup
These new boom-' measurements
were recorded in the July survey
l0f ''Current Business,", which each
lyear gives a final detailed ac accounting
counting accounting of .the previous year s
production and income.- t
! One official said hed the
. ; i wax "much more
vigorous" than the previous rec records
ords records hjdicated.;;: ; ;
derground tratisporUtioh: f
Commerce Secretary Sinclair
Weeks said he believe 1956 wiU
little better than W jmi
S tba Heel strike U settled fairly
Tons of watetv Tooured Into the
empty fetore on -Lower Broadway
flooded two Est, Side arteries of
the city'a lubway .systemTbe 94-year-eld
buildihjiwas : gutteqV, by
the Maae-- ".,t- ; :
Newspapers""' published, .special
muni with riptnilpH instructions Oh
much more -. t0 the downtown
subways. :"':' I
Radio and television station,
as early as yesterday afternoon,
interrupted regular broadcasts to
Kttp commviin informed en
At i :30 a.m. today d o r o u g h
commanders of tne police-department,
reuorted congestion at a
minimum and transportation- in
general near normal. : ;
Commuters arriving at G r a n d
Central aerminal from Westchester
County and Connecticut, were ad advised
vised advised over the station's public ad address
dress address system to use tne west side
IKt' .line. Connecting lines, were
roundabout means of transporta- passengers who normally travel on
Uon. Buses, taxis, west side, sub-, the east side subways from north north-ways
ways north-ways and street traffic bore the era Manhattan, the Bronx and
overflow from the East side sub
Transit, Authority advised
Of Meddling By
tux uersons were reported to' "MOSCOW, July 16 (UP) The
hava rminnKpH while waitini 1 for Communist oartv ortran Pravda tn
an effort" & alleviate eon- trains in uie large crowd. Jfy ecused U.S.; Secretary of
resulting from the flooded! iwo suoway arteries, running! .state John; Foster Dulles of'un-:
resuiiins wuiu l inear the bunding were knocsed abashed interference" in the So-
out from the ton tut e 01 water mat viei union s iniernai aitairs. I
cascaaed trom tne burning mulding (
inm rh fnnnaK hpmw t . ine newspaoer said Diillps ha
"- .. - .- .... -.- .-
The water flooded sections oi me "eea ne is seexmg 10 change
JVcathcr Or Notj
This waathtr report, for the 24
hoiin .iiig' a.m. today, b pre pre-;
; pre-; pir.d y the Motoorologicar and
Hydrographie Brooch of the Pana Pana--
- Pana-- ma Canal Company: ,
I BALBOA CRISTOBAL
WASHINGTON. July 16 (UP)
Pnlir are mainUinine a watch on
. ,!. -v.. i srooKiy
""'".riT-awlc. on the southbound local
warren ana swua. trark w oxnoctorf to bo re.
W-ph.. 'I i
RAIN (inehai) .0
(inntr hirbori) SO
T I D I
TUESDAY, JULY 17
Westchester to use west side sub subways.
ways. subways. Those who cannot must get
off the subways at Grand Central
and either shuttle to a west side
line or use alternate surface trans transportation
portation transportation or foot power.
Emergency crews worked all
night to pump water from the
flooded tracks. The Transit Au Authority
thority Authority tinned tn raetnra ltnnl
v i w "u. u wv par mm
ice as far south as 23rd street but; L Nf
urged riders to use alternate means: Vr
oi. travel. ,
PLAYTIME FOR WEINBERGER'S OTHER SON Two-year -014 Lewis Weinberger, apparenUy
unaware of the tragedy of his baby brother, P eter, runs down the walk of his Westbury, n.y
home" to ride his tractor-bicycle under the supervision of his "father; Morris.- The police and
FBIre running down all possible leads 4eyeip ping fron theif Joint scrutiny of the tansom
note left by the kidnaper of Petet, ; r".-.'-. ,":.;'':--..:;. .-: vV .-h,.v .jr.
Inierooro Kapid Transit system
and the Brooauyn-Mannattan tran
sit system cutting ott express serv service
ice service south of Grand Central on 42nd
street and halting all service north northward
ward northward from the Brooklyn Bridge on
Mahattan s east side.
The Transit Authority announc announced
ed announced at 6:30 a.m. that express sorv sorv-Ice
Ice sorv-Ice hod boon restored en the
monv it Sohfloff. Crosses were
burned in front each home ast
Friday night. v
n -c c.n TkAnntv ChlM Of rQ-
tnr th ni.ttnct of Columbia,
UVC JV .
said eight detecUves are wonting
with the FBI on th5 cross-burning
... in whim tresiueni iacu-
ho ver has expressed personal in-
terest. , ', .'s
n iK,ha rwpn arresteu iu
the case and poUce .are, searching
for two or more others. The bi
is trying to determine whether
the cross-burnings weremereiy a
youthful prank or something more
"scott" said police are watching
the Sheraton Park Hotel, home of
Warren and Sen. Herbert H.Uh H.Uh-man
man H.Uh-man (D-N.Y.); and the. apartment
houe where Sobeloff lives
stored ahortlv. the TA taid
In addition to crippling the sub subways,
ways, subways, 20 of the S25 firemen who
fought the blaze were hospitalized
while another-196 were treated at
the scene for smoke poisoning,
cuts and abrasions.-
Thousands of subway riders us
ins the lines to reach iobs between
the two points were forced to use
Make Low Bid
On Signal Jlalion
the internal and external policies i
T . : . ... t
ui nussun ana me memoes ot tne
VniTIAt .tnt. T. r 1 . T . 11
recent remarks on the anti-Stalin' ? ,offer. ?j W.615 was the' appa-
ramnaifrn iuw um ior ine constnirtmn
i a signal siauon at La Fits and
me removal oMhe frame building
now in use there. ,:
Bids for this work were opened
Friday morning at Balboa
Heishts. Lew bidder was Dillon
and Hickman Construction Compa Company.
ny. Company. The new signal station .will be
a masonry structure.
Bids were also opened for the
removal and relocation of a re.
mote control cable on the, west
side of the Canal. Apparent low
bid for this work was submitted
by John W. Steward with an offer
of f4,662 for the complete job, or
$4,252 with excess material begom-
How's Your Appeslal!
LONDON. Julf 16 (UP Tr
Norman Joliff sajd yesterday fat
people over-eat because they- have
mrown. ueir appestat out of kit
ter. ;-, v.,
Appestat is his name for the ap-
Puie reguiaior mat tells a per person
son person when he is full. Continuous O-ver-eating
stops it from working
uiuueriy, ne saia. -...-
Fat folks "have got to regulate
that appestat back to normal," he
Judge's Bench I
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PWCfS: 1 -75 m
65 5:55 9:00 p.m.
Of Missing Weinberger In fant
WESTBURY. N. Y.; July 16 -e was kidnaped "JlifVi fro 'aimed vonr hahv tit.
(UP) Police were scheduled to-carriage on the pprch of his par-ten'? But this deepened the mya
day to begin searching : water ents home in the fashionable tery because the Weinbergers nev
drains near the house from which Wheatley Hills section.' 'i jer employed a baby sitter to cart
refer Weinberger was kidnapea in r r - nor reter or his two and one-hall
an effort to find the musing oa-; reiers parents, moms ,wem- year old brother.;
hv' bodv locrger; ana us- wues-jsettyv bav,
- Police and t Bi agents yesier-"u vermeu cuuum wnu me
day huddled over the files en the kidnaper since Peter war taken.
Stephen Dammah kidnaping and.Tbey have received. a: number of
the Weinberger case to learn if calls but police believe all were
there was any simuaniy in mo iw v mu. ;,
"a Special squai of some 30 de- The v kidnaper left : a "refuDy
tMivM also laboriously compared: pencilled note demandmg $2,000
sigxatures on i, nearly 300,000 pias
sau county automobile license ap applications
plications applications with the handwriting on
Iho kirinan note.- 7 i-"v. ?
Nassau County detective chief
Stuyvesant Pinnell huddled with de
tectives from six different squads
yesterday fternoon Ther whe Brilisb government, has gone into
joined .later by James Kelly, chief ieU(a u Qtect Big Benefrom
iigcui hi nn y .birds, j
lUl Otlice ana live ourer Bgcuia.
Pinnell said no information on
the study of files and fingerprinU
would: be given out.
London's Big Ben
LONDON July. 16 (UP)' The
ing the property of the contractor. Peter was only 32.days old when
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f NEW WEEKEND RELEASE!
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MORE THAN YOUR EYES
HAVE EVER SEEN!
Loitering around the Tivoll
Commissary drew a 15-day jail
term today for Jose Furniel, 19
His record shows two convic convictions
tions convictions for petit larceny and two
for trespassing and vagrancy.
Henry E. Barber, 51, a British
subject, was fined tW for driv driving
ing driving 28 m.p.h. in a 20-mlle zone
alonir Ft. Amador Causeway.
Elvia Bertil Otero, 27, Pana Panamanian.
manian. Panamanian. was also lined for
Ga liridez Book Goes Oh Sale; Contains
Spanish Exiles Views On Trujillo Era
SANTIAGO, Chile, July 16 (UP)
Jesus de Galindes,' the Spanish
refugee who disappeared in New
York four months ago, regarded
Dominican strong man Rafael L.
Trujillo as a "typical Latin Amer.
ican dictator whose regime may
pave the way- for communization
of the Dominican Republic, it was
learned here today.
A publisher's preface to Galin
des' book, 'The Trujillo Era," e-
nhnAa thai ekafim-nt-iMj tKett k oko
!S 2jfS-.f M 'm'V 5i5i become general since the Span-.r,-d!Lv1II,r-,4im;S.h-
AS: hard disappeared-that writing it
mile zone along the Lav Boca
George M. Brown, 59, Pana-
cost him his life."-?
The Spanish-language version
m.nTrfeJr,' tlM lJZ'lt 'h h WiU be publish-
w rt$L Znl here today, is expected to be
! S. ? "CJUm mnner the Latin American best seller of
alone; Paralso Road.
the year, not-so much for what it
aTSS'. i? mysteriou,
irivi Hthn.; nht. Ute or xne autnor. a
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r lira Ruick ClarmM Tuner f
rt Howseville Gent UcWurt-,
HOWY EPHRON HtNRt KING
hi mt Ira t
' OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN L
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" IVw IkttJ BNItCel fjltf tMtt
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for driving without lights on
Heights Road. -- v ;
George Nicholas, 39. Panama
nlan, was given a $5 fine, for
driving a bus in the wrong di direction
rection direction on Barnebv Street. Pay
ment wag suspended, and he
was put on a year s probation.
Wilton C, Blades-was fined $10
. Thi. Pacific Publishing Co. here
has received so many requests for
the 452-page book that the sixth
edition will be rolling off the
presses before the first copies go
ou sale, -.
"The Trujillo Era," which was
written bv Galindes as a thesis
fordrK SXaXK& W?L&
out an operator's license
French Kill 44
f uhislan BoMer i1
ALGIERS. Algeria!Juiy (fl (UP)
Armor-backed French infantry
men xuiea 44 rebels in a week-long
mopping up operation near the
Tunisian frontier, French authori authorities
ties authorities announced today.
Tne operation Was the first since
early June in which French, troops
came to firm grips with rebel
forces.' : V. ;:'
Authorities announced the battle
took place July 4-12 along a 25 25-mile
mile 25-mile front starting at Munier, 22
miles south, of the, coast, and run running
ning running down through the M-jerja
mountains to Zarouna,
The French., with armored ears.
captured 27 prisoners and round rounded
ed rounded up approximately 500 Moslem
vuiigers, it was annouocea.
They also confiscated a supply
of arms, including one machine
gun, 40 rifles, 400 detonators, sev several
eral several grenades and radio transmit transmitter
ter transmitter receiver. ,
To the west; near the Moroc Moroccan
can Moroccan broder, a French force captur captured
ed captured a band of rebels who had burned
dowr,- a French-owned farm and
ltilll seven nersdns.
In Bone, a bomb was tossea nv
lumbia university has granted him
in absentia since his disappear
ance, is an exhaustive report on
the history of the Dominican Re Republic
public Republic during the 25 years since
Trujillo came to power.
Under the heading "Murders
In foreign countries," Galindes
may have provided a clue to his
own fate. f ''
"It ts 'difficult to provide docu documentary
mentary documentary proof of murders com.
mitted outside of the Dominican
Republic, --he.' wrote, "but in at
least three instances it is nossi
ble to prove that assassin-agents
of the ; Trujillo regime were at
work, although .they remain un un-nunished."
nunished." un-nunished." l
- Galindes has not been seen since
he If ft' the Columbia campus on
tne night of MarcB 2, and it has
been widely rumored that he was
murdered by Dominican agents.'
The charge has been denied in indignantly
dignantly indignantly by spokesmen for Truji Trujillo.
llo. Trujillo. and extensive investigation by
New York detectives has uncover
ed no evidence to support it.
-Despite publisher Alsonso Na Na-ranjo's
ranjo's Na-ranjo's assumption that Galindes
is dead, he has opened, an ac
count in a bank here in which he
mi deposit the author's royalties.
Galindes lived for se ve r a I
years in the Dominican Repub Republic
lic Republic after he fled from Spain, and
It was probably for that reason
that he chose H as an example
of Latin American dictatorship
for his book.
"It is impossible to foretpli. th
future of democracy in Latin A-l
menca, out it is evident to the
moot optimistic critic that the un
stable cycle of dictatorship and
revolution will endure for decades
in many countires," he wrote in
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ro '-ro talked bout, thri '"'t
' ono it BMMioned fintl
Workmen on' the ereat London
clock,' now stopped for renova renovation
tion renovation discovered that pigeons ind
starlings were endangering t h e
timepiece by their massed pre-
As t result,' authorities announc
ed that 200 meshed bronze grills
costing $5,600 will be installed
to keep the birds out. -
WINDSOR. EnelanH. JrTii1u' i A
(Wfi-The Duke of EdinburgI
fell from his polo pony yesterda
while Queen Elizabeth and theuj
iwo cnuoxen watched, c
- The Duke
p- Tiie Queen, Prince Charles lad
rrinress Anne were cheering on
the Duke's Windsor Park team a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Friars Park tea nil
The Duke's saddle slipped and he
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After swinging Up on another
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e immediately mounted 1
rse and played on aftf f ;
on he suffered only i
pony the Duke rode over to thi
royal enclosure to' reassure his i
farm v that h n all richt i
'He then returned to the match
to score a goal in the final minute.
But bis team-lost, three to ; tw
and one-halt.. . 1 ,. .,
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -(UP)
Mrs. J R. Hamm found a thief in
her backyard here a sparrow.
The bird swooped down and
plucked a feather from the back
nf m Amine duck. He flew- awav
in m Mnslpm.bwned coffee house.! ana returned for: another, but the
The ''owner and two of his cus- duck awoke and chased the "pick-
tomers were wounded. v pocket' away.
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'JO i SilSILI,..
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i "For that reason, Spanish-Amer
ican dictatorship of tyranny de deserves
serves deserves study as a typical variety
of contemporary political sci sci-enM."
enM." sci-enM." .?:'! '-"h i -rs -
He described the Dominican Re-'
public as a one-man military dis-
(atoi ship, making a mockery of
the democratic forms of its gov government,
ernment, government, which has adopted ma
ny of the .techniques .of modern
European totalitarian regimes. I
, The author noted that it has the!
failing common to dictatorships of
lacking any orderly means' of pro-!
viding a successor for Trujillo
when he dies or is overthrown.' i
V"The fiture; of the country is
likely to be chaotic, because there
8TA neither politico-social torces
nor Democratic instruments --- to
provide for a normal succession
when the tyranny disappears," Ga Ga-linderuid.
linderuid. Ga-linderuid. J.A a "..
The communists may be able to
turn this situation to their purpos purposes.''
es.'' purposes.'' -
He cited Guatemals as an exam
ple of a country where the o o-verthrow
verthrow o-verthrow of a dictator Jorge TJbi TJbi-co
co TJbi-co enabled the Communists to
seize power. , i
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Reds May Sel Free
11 US Prisoners
To Gel UII Approval
WASHINGTON. July 16 (TJPVU.
S.;. officials believe, that Red Chi
na. in order to impress the United
Nations, may free the 11 Ameri Americans
cans Americans it still holds prisoner before
next November's, meeting of the
U-N, general, assembly. .. ..-.
These officials said Red China
may make such a move as part
of its continuing efforts to gain
admission to the, United Nations.
U.S. opposition, which shows no
sign -of relenting;:; has been the
major bloc keeping Red China out
of the international organization.
The officials noted that Ameri
cans held prisoner by the Commu
nist Chinese have been gaining
freedom gradually since U.S. talks
with a "Peiping representative be began
gan began at Geneva last August. At
that time, 19 Americans were held
in jail or under house arrest in
- Eleven 'Americans now remain
behind the bamboo curtain. The
two most recently freed John
W. Clifford and Thomas L. rnu
lips, both Catholic Jesuit priests
from San Francisco arrived in
Hons Kong last week.
The U.S. Officials also said there
are signs the remaining prisoners
are receiving better treatment. In
the past, prisoners about to be re released
leased released by the Communists found
ZJ themselves treated more leniently.
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