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If tA pej! bimt ths truth mnd th cnmtry is Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R. r, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 19SS
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Way Ease d Jo Exemp t
CZ On Minimum Wage
Vwl '. .- .-,.1 Nil . II l .I, n
WASHINGTON. July 18 CUP)
the House Rules Committee clear-
kJ the way today for the house to
ake action on legislation to exempt
he Canal Zone, Guam and U.b.
bases -abroad from the federal
hinimum waee of Si an hour,
I The committee wanted rule
pnder which debate on the bill will
limited to one hour. It permit
led entertainment of amendments,
House leadership hat not 'yet
placed the overseas wage m ea
rn- on the agenda, but it is ex
pected to do so within a few days.
Union leaders here oppose Uie
till particularly its Guam ana
Canal Zone features. House mem members
bers members friendly to their views are
xpected to attempt on tne iioor
substitute a aenaie-passea mea-
ure which would extend the ex-
mpuon oniy to Jjamui.
nvi!:d To bscccl
Chief Executives who are to at.
end the conference of western
lemisphere Presidents in- Pana Pana-na
na Pana-na City will be given ail opport opportunity
unity opportunity to inspect the Panama Ca Ca-tal's
tal's Ca-tal's locks at Miraflores. it was
earned today.' I
An informal invitation nas oeen
ssued to the Chiefs of State to
Brive out on Saturday afternoon'
'or a look at the waterway. ; :
A roofed platform has been con-
itnicted on the east side of the
ock wall for the convenience of
Internreterr will he. oil hand to
xDlain the control and operation
pf the locks in the languages of the
irarious Presidents expected at the
r. 'nrerre, 'v French, fpi-
,s cm i,..(ui. y afternoou, u.e
anal, issued th following an
nouncement today, 1
"In the afternoon of Saturday,
Iieginning at 1 p.m., general visit visit-ne
ne visit-ne bv the Public at Miraflores
Locks will be on the west side of
the CanaL. .:'
Access to the west side on Sat
urday afternoon can be made by
grossing Miraflores Bridge and
turning right along a marked
route to parking areas on tne up.
ber level." x
C:i;!3 C( EviisRce
After a day's recess, the hard'
fought suit of Robert Boyd and
5oo other nllots versus the Ca
bal Company was resumed this
morning, y ; ; -: r.;-;;
Also resumed in TJ.8." District
Irnnrt were the hairline distinc
Wons drawn by opposing counsel
jover admtssabiury oi evidence.
Th nnestion of the tdmissa"
fcllity of depositions made by
Sx-Goveraor iohn 8. Seybold
lex-rnarlne director Capt Frank
Munroe, Jr.i former executive
secretary Eugene u. ijniaaro
and others also arose. ..
Attorneys could come to no a a-rreement.
rreement. a-rreement. so the ouestlon of ad
mission of the depositions must
be argued before Judge Guthrie
p. Crowe. :':
Capt. Evan Evans, a Canal pi pilot,
lot, pilot, was the 'first -witness sworn
Under ouestionlng by plaintiffs
ImiiriRel William a Tyson, he
stated he knew of, no situation
tinder wnicn a vessel -at sea-
allows its crew to leave tne snip
to ro ashore. It had previously
been brought out that -vessels
transiting the. canal on so called
"sea time permit crewmen to
go ashore. -when
company counsel Da
vid Markun repeatedly objected
to Evans testimony, Tyson re
marked on tne "defendant's ei
forts to discredit its own per-
sonner In the case. : ; j e
Pilots Vernon Whitehead.
ving O. Hay, and W. R. Calcutt
and perhaps one other were to
testify today. ; t ; ;'
The plaintiff has also called
Warren pitman, Floyd Baldwin
and two or three others who will
be asked to identify documents
Th plaintiff hopes to finish
with 'its initial list of witnesses
Ex-i::i.ic!s Auditor Vows To Tdl
AH, Return Check Sccr.dd f.!cny
SPRINGFIELD, I1L, July It (CP) Orville E. Hodge,.
, driven from his state auditor's post by a half-million dollar
check scandal, premised today to tell everything and pay
back as much money as he can.
Hodge, a reputed millionaire who once aspired to be
. governor, made the pledge In emerging from a conference
with the state's attorney who is conducting an Investigation
of the mysterious state warrants.
Hodge did not make any specific admission concerning
. his handling of state funds. But he was quoted as telling
Gov. William G. Stratton upon handing In his resignation
I don't know why I did if
- Democrats, headed by presidential aspirant Adlat E.
Stevenson, meanwhile opened fire on Stratton's Republican
' administration, v
Stevenson, Stratton's predecessor fn the Illinois gov governor's
ernor's governor's mansion, demanded to know where Hodge got the "'
money to sponsor statewide broadcasts for President Etsen-y
hower in the Illinois primary last ApriL He called for aw
"top to bottom" fnvestiration of the Stratton administration.
Hodge is in the center of a mounting political tempest
which threatens Republican hopes for re-electing the state
ticket and carrying Illinois for President Eisenhower this
fall. s , r t
Death March Sarge Said
Dedicated' To Marines
PARRIS ISLAND. S:C JulV 18
(UP) r- A court martial was told
today that Marine Sgt. Matthew
C McKeon led his recruit platoon
into a tidal stream where six
drowned "not for sadistic pleasure
but for the dedicated purpose of
maiung Marines. :
Tne issue oi bow stiff leather
neck training should be thus was
made the chief defense for the 31-
year-old drill instructor who was
on r"l for nrnnsiaufhter and
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v i"-. n r nrin n
1 PMsidents Start
I Arriving Tonight;
McKeon's counsel. New York
lawyer Emile Zola Berman, made
bis plea to a seven-man court of
combat veterans a f t e r winning
the ngnt to poll former Marines
from all over the nation about
their views on boot training at,this
ana, otner juaruie encampments.
As this third day ef the cwrf
martial get under way ex Ma,
rinef were rallyinj Me Me-Keen's
Keen's Me-Keen's support in leading hit pie pie-teen
teen pie-teen Irrte tidal creek In. the.
dark ef night v' ;vJfcvi,.'f .'
In his opening' statement Ber-I
man described the "march of
death" platoon as "laggard"'- and
said their drill instructor only was
trying to whip them into shape.
McKeon routed the men -out of
their barracks for a surprise night
msrch into the marshlands nearby-
"to give them morale," Ber-
McKeon stared at the top of the
counsel table -during the 45 min minutes
utes minutes of Berman's statement. The
sergeanf has pleaded innocent to
Of DcjsGcts :
The enrtuat vaccination and li licensing
censing licensing ef degs en the Pacific
side is underway this week and
the team will be operating both
today and tomorrow at the
The vaccinations against ra rabies
bies rabies are given from 10 a.m. to
1 p.m. and from i tri p.m.
each day. An employe from the
License Section, is present end
licenses for the yeer beginning
Aug. 1 ere Issued after t h e
dogs have been inoculated.' i,
- There Is ne charge for the In In-eolations
eolations In-eolations 'but a $2 fee is charg charged
ed charged for the license.
The vaccinations en the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic side were completed leaf
week and the team began work
on the Pacific side Monday. The
team was, at Gamboa Monday
end at. Paraise Tuesday.
House Bows To Ike
Veta Of Military
WASHINGTON. Jfulv IS OJP1
The House bowed yesterday to
President Eisenhower s veto of a
$2.3 billion military constructioi
bill and re-passed it without the
language to which the President
obiected. v .' '
The House acted bv unanimous
. BUfrALu, n.y., jury 13 VP), consent shortly after -its Armed
Twins are nothing new to Mr. (Services Committee approved the
ed Mrs, biivio btetanucci, of Buf-revised bill, 27 to 0. But thefc
fa'o. But the Stefamiccis have tion yesterday, it will go a fa
artdrd two boys to the ro J t e r. js!0er in approving defense re
Their fivel.-other children inrlud-iquefs hereafter,
ing two sets of twinsare girls. I The bill goes now to the Senile.
the charges of manslaughter and
cruelty but has remained mute
on additional charges that he was
drinking vodka on duty the day of
tne tragedy on April S,
McKeon's pretty wife, Betty,
expecting tneir tnird child. listen
ed raptly from the spectators'
stand in the base school audito
rium. The atmosphere was swel-i
tenng in tne building.
Prior to Barman's statement,
Me. fr!- P. JvW, to ro
prMt hf vMwuuctton
ef events the. day; the torgeanf
rdared 74 members ef Platoon
71 to get out ef bad and march
into the waters ef Ribbon Creek.
McKeon is charged with disobey disobeying
ing disobeying orders,: oppressing troops,
manslaughter, and bringing dis
credit to tne armed services hv
drinking in the presence of a, re
cruit, .:;.'). !fJ
McKeon, grown eaunt and hoi
low cheeked while awaiting his
general court martial yesterday.
stood slimy at attention as Sevier,
assea, -how ao you pieacr
; The 31-year-old Marine veter
an's chief civilian attorney, an
swered for McKeon. i s
"The accused stands' not e."
Bhnan said in answer to charges
of drinking in the barracks and
ia the presence of a recruit. Ber
man said McKeon pled innocent
to the other. two specifications of
the four-count indictment.
Navy Capt. I. N. Klein, the law
officer and equivalent to a civi
lian judge ordered the prsecution,
however, to proceed as if the drill
instructor had pleaded innocent to
all four charges.-
SIMON BOLIVAR'S portrait watches over Panami's Foreign Minister' Alberto Boyd in the Sa,
Ion Bolivar today as Boyd welcomed 21 ambassadors to the Organization of American States
to the special OAS session! in Panama. At the far right Is the United States ambassador to the
, OAS, John C, Dreier. Below, President Ricardo Arias chats with Dreler in the Presidencla. At
'r'-ht, Haitian ambassador to ee OAS,: Dr. Lv 9 I v.- -t,. - v
OAS Meet Opens
DjV.ti On Excess
" NEW YORK J.ulv fUP
merica'g airlines are c r a e k i n g
down hard on passenger drinking
during flights and the practice is
being sharply curtailed. 4
Now it's two drinks before din
ner and that's all, with no drink
to contain more man l.s ounces
of alcoholic beverage.
The cutdown on passenger liquor
consumption is a voluntary mea
sure on the part of the airlines to
settle the drinking issue. A bill to
prohibit drinking in flight is being
studied in congress and the air
lines' new policy is en effort to
police themselves before, policing!
is (tone tor mem.
. The new policy, set forth hy the
air transport association July 3,
embraces six major points. They
1. Liquor is defined ts any form
of distilled spirits not including
wine or beer. :
2. No airline will promote the
availability of liqnor on its flights.
3. No drink will contain more
than 1.8 ounces of alcoholic bev
4 No more than two drinks will
be served to a passenger.
3 Each airline involved will re
fuse to sell drinks to passengers
believed to be intoxicated.
(. Airlines will continue the po
licy 01 not encouraging consumn-
tion of alcoholic beverages.
This agreement has already cone
into effect, but can be broken by 1
any airline jiving me xis Six;
months prior notice in writing. It
has been signed by all United
States airlines and is now sub-
led to spproval by the Civil Ae
Panamas areatcst week nn th cfnnA
or world diplomacy began today. 7
With the opening of the spejdd session of the
Organization of American Stales in the tiny, his
toric Salon Bolivar began a series of events which
will culminate with thn hi Wr
of state ever held in the Western hemisphere.
uuu muyoe in modern history.
Paraauavnn PrexiAnn fi Ait.j. c. r . .!
ready on his wnv tA tka 1 . .
due at Tocumen oirnnrf1 nkAi.f 11 in t ... a
cl6n : ' ": (uniynr rrom ASun
Presidenr Carlo IhnfiT A1 i ".
at 5 n.m. tombrrowj" HW '- 10 Ny m
prVeS.,(rentW,,, then be arrivin9 nlck and fast with
President Eisenhower presently scheduled to be last here.
He IS to nrr v nf -Tn..m- 7 B
Li. ti 7.""' u o a.m. oaruraay after
a niqht, f liaht diretf frnm Wrk: : V.x .,cr
Xohal Zone Gov. William E. Potter; Lt. Gen. William
yoUDistrict were ... tne Salon Eolivar u,.s morning Cj
y::: 'Ar c. ?? w. ,nmrmi mth speeches 7
Panamas roreian Minister A krf j il.
J!!1! 9Alcoun'kcaf Tulio Delgado of Colo.
Before the meetina in th nix fl-i;l. l. V..
I s t j wh wwnrur, tne xl visit-
ing Ambassadors to the OAS were presented fo Boyd h
w .iv; rieaiaenr Ricardo Ar as in th-
4 ? c
Khrushchev Looses Scathing
. r a f ,,
Attack On Western Concepts
'' MOSCOW, July 18 (UP) Sp- Khrushchevi gaW,.thar'the hour.
NikiU S. Khrushchev last niglitl has no freedom of the press and
derided iwestern concepts of ,free added that the "falsity of such an
aiworh.. nrcss ana eiecuons """"
said "nothing could tempt us
r.imn h xn.rapd free world."
trhniKhrhev delivered his sc a th
ins ittark on the western world
n.i it ideas of democracy at
glittering reception for the visiting
East German delegation 'id the
great Kremlin Palace. His audi audience
ence audience included members of the dip
lomatic corps and western news newsmen
men newsmen in addition to : Soviet and
:A free world, in the opinion of j
the monopolists, is one w n e r e
there, is freedom to plunder the
people and everything can be run
according to the will of the mono monopolists."
polists." monopolists." Khrushchev said in an
imnromntu speech. 4- ? i
Leaders of the western nations.
he added "often like to call their
countries the free world.
"But this is the same free
world from which we freed our ourselves
selves ourselves 39 years ago, and ; since
then we have built socialism," he
said. "Today nothing could tempt
us to rejoin- the- so-called free
"They say the press in capital
ist countries is free. But can the
working class in the capitalist
courrries be free. But can the work.
ing class in the capitalist countries
make use of the 'free' capitalist
press? zne constitutions of these
countries da indeed proclaim the
rreeaom 01 tne press nut tne toil'
ing masses do not have one thing:
They do not have the means to
buy printing works or s c q u i r e
Droadcasting stations," be' said.
Reluctant Thief 1
Spends 57 Years
In Prison -V
UXBRIDGB. Englsnd. Jul 17-
(UPK Fedenck Wood, was jail jailed
ed jailed for a year yesterday for steal stealing
ing stealing a. watch. He testified he had
spent 57 of the past 59 years in
prison' I !- -j-"
"I don't do it because I. like if."
Wood said. If 1 could find a job I'd
stick to U,"
! PARIS. July 18 (UP) Prince
Ramier of Monaco said yesterday
that if and when Princess Grace
becomes an expectant mother he
himself will tell the world.
' "When there is something to an
nounce I will do so myself and at
the Palace of ; Monaco," Rainier
said in a statement issued through
tne Monegasque legation here,
The- statement .ws issued in
reply to a report from Rome quot quoting
ing quoting Rainier's American chaplain.
Father Francis Tucker, as having
told the Pope he had no reason
to deny that Princess Graee was
pregnant and that the news "will
be announced soon officially.
Tne legation cautioned that the
statement was neither a confirma confirmation
tion confirmation nor a denial of this latest of
heavy rumors that Princess Grace
1 It was Rainier's first public
statement on the still-awaited news
of an expected heir. If the prince
ly line died out in Monaco the any
principality would revert to France.
Earlier, President Rene Cotyv of
France nad prince Rainier and
Princess Grace at horns lor lunch
fThus heean a week in wTilh
Panama ficure tn h as full nf
international notabilities at it is
or chivas. Y:":-'-"r. :A':j
Hotel accommodatlnn; f at a
Dremlum Hotel FI Panama hus
been combletely reoulsltlohed bv
the government for. vision
presiaenw ana tne OAS ambas
sadors.,' ;,;: .: ,'"s
It is understood that during
the time the presidents are in
the hotel, no one will be al allowed
lowed allowed above the second floor
without special permit.
Panam s under some of the
tightest security measures in
her history, ; .including war
Argentine Provisional nresi-
dent Gen. Pedro E. Arambnru
today officlf". accented Mr
Arias Invitation. : r
It had been suggested that,
a prime factor, weighing a a-ga'nst
ga'nst a-ga'nst Aramburu coming was
the presence here in exile in
Colon of former Argentine
strongman Juan Peron.
1 It is known that the Panama
eovernment does not consider
Peron'a nresence in Colon a
having any bearing on the
meeting of the chiefs of state.
Earlier, Colombia's v president
ftcn Tsnao Rnlo Plnilla. ftnrf
Ecuador's president Jose Velas--
co Ibarra had declined .pres.
Arias' invitation. .
Rnllvla Pern and nerhnns Kl
Salvador will be represented by
their presidents-elect, own pres-
laent-eiect, trnesw ae. ia uuar uuar-dla
dla uuar-dla Jr.. will nlav a nromlnent
part in the ceremonies.. v
Tne intentions oi me presi-
reported that Declaration of
.Informants. said the declar a a-Panama''
Panama'' a-Panama'' to be signed by the
Presidents 8unday will emph? emph?-s
s emph?-s ze hemispheric solidarity.
tion Will pall Inr rnntlnn.i n
operation in economic and cul cultural
tural cultural fields as well as in noliti noliti-cy.
cy. noliti-cy. and defense matters. It a'so
will stress the role 6t the OAS
aS a 8tahilllna fanfn. .r..J
world peace..:--;,"-:-::) ,r!
, Assistant Secretary, of State
Henrv V. Hollnnrl fnM tv, TTnif-j
- - vv.u Klin witiiru
Press that Peeret.arw nf e..
John Foster Dulles is particular-
ty anxious to direct the atten attention
tion attention of the rest of the world to
the lmnnrtanc thl. Mif vt r
places on its relations with its
HoUand said Dulles has ex-
Dressed the nnn that fhl. rlr
end's- meeting will strengthen
the role of the OAS among free
Mr. Fiscnhnroer rmllo. ti.i
.. ut, wmmv ijvyt-
land and other members of the
yjj. allegation are scheduled to
leave Washington by plana for
the conference annul miHnicht
. in welcoming the OAS dele delegates
gates delegates this morning, Boyd ex-"
pressed the hrm. .that th
suits pf the historic OAS meet
ing would contribute "even more
to tightening the bonds" nf
friendship and Anritan4in
ibetween the American nations.
He told the" delegates "we are
here not only to commemorate
the anniversary of rpat his
toric event.,. but to lift up our
ueria nna our spirits in a au-
me intentions oi uie presi- rr a u-
dent of the Dominican Republic Prem9 tribute pf admiration and.
remain uncertain. eratitudefor the grand -Ideas
It appears, therefore, that f?e ; lofty alms and sublime
14 Presidents will attend the Weals" of Simon Bolivar,who
meeting. ' "inauenrated the Panama con-
Frora wasnington today it was;"rc3 iv ior our nenenx ana
Boyd was followed tb the po-
dlum by Cesar Tulio Delgado
nresident nf th nan rnnn,n
who told the delenttea fhat "nn
ly yesterday, In other words, on
ly a nine, more man, 130 years
ae6 the ranresentatlvai nt rn-
lombla. Tentral America. Mexi
co and Peru met. in this same,
nan to study tn common prob
lems or uie comment."
. Delenrln rfpsfrlhpfl hnn fh
idea of emancipation became a
program or organization based
on the ambitious dream of the
founding fathers of having '" a
united America and wound up
his discourse by declaring the
commemorative, session formally
Put Off CZ Alert,
Accord inq To CD A
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V tM14tiV a aa aBaT W W
The Civil Defense Administra Administration
tion Administration announced today that the
Canal Zone would not partici participate
pate participate In the nation-wide civil de-
iense exercise uperaiion Aien
from Julv 2(1 to 2S. so a. not to
interfere with the meeting ; of
the heads of state there.
The CDA said the tests' would
be carried out in the Panama
Canal Zom several week later.
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THIS IS T0U1 FORUM TNI lEADCRS OWN COIUMH
tka Mai laku mm tenia tat mM at TVi Fmam ANMrkM.
Latter wwiiliri ate m an heaalee to weea eeaMaatial
It fae nitfrikara lattei Mt he hnaetieet II ft doesa'J epaaat
Plane in ta Aaaa Mm atttaft Kautad re aaanat teeftK.
Maatit ef latter tntm M4 ta strict atica.
Ta mmw in ntly t ttatfeats as
as letters wear vosdaiaj
THE MAIL BOX
SUBSISTENCE D EJECTIONS
There is so much violence in the
air and it is to casually and cal callously
lously callously spread by men of muscle
that it must be taken for granted
that the underworld believes its
own "Second Government" has
immunity from the government
and the laws which rule the rest
iws Deing an electronic age,
me gendarmerie to many cities
nas oeen a Die to tape some of the
mob's guttural sounds. And when
Philadelphia's District Attorney
Victor aisnc had his men tun
in on we conversations of some
laoor hoods, the wire-tappers
heard them planning to rive an
honest union ofiiciai a going over
auu even oreas ms necK if nec necessary,
essary, necessary, in' the Broadwood Hotel.
Tf ...... .1 .L' I
t... -m fact that Vour Mall Bw toluma is a tl" .Tfff-, 01
atrong m7dT Tttrih which' WmjUces Vn'tmrnO, S.of othe" noTlaMng
'a-f : it
By VICTOE UESEL
iorated and source wnere mm irrtUUng tondiaun have oeen
adjusted tn fairness to aJL s ; ; j
Ia the emasculated pay-check that V receive through the
Service Center Division, I also received sv spleitflid letter from
. 1. i. f,-a i.4j anil feavs that the
. health ef the organisation is dependent fipon tKe fairness and
'! honesty ia which yon and I accept omnnutual respMMlity.;,
-I I hope that my boss and my boss's boss and his bos away
I nn .i wm Mkn and that they not only read it, but that
they understood everything that it meant Again, just recently
the new Governor expressed himself in unf ailing terms that the
morale of the employes is one of his main concern,.. I really
hope that when he said "employes' that he included the "local "local-raters"...
raters"... "local-raters"... that point isnt too clear to my boss who doesnt give
one hang for morale (he thinks that it if a thing for sale and
he doesn't intend to buy any, poor me;,
At the present time once each J month my pay-check Is
. i . i. .k i IaaIt t th riHnrtinn Klin
i I see that h W (more or less) is charged to subsistence.
When I gn.to the boss and protest that they are taking out
i more of my pay-check for food than for my rent, he says to
me that I eat more than I live in the house, and that is taken
f from me for z meals every day that I am, on the job. I teU
him that I do not eat in the Service Center that I eat all my
I meals at borne, and he snaps back to ma. that if I want to keep
my job I'd better keep quiet.. ' ': f ,t v
Now Mr. Editor, none of the US raters employed in the
J Service renter suffers nay-check deductions, as a matter pf
fact they eat as much as they want in the clubhouse and when
they are In the mood they pay half rate, most of the time they
do not pay at all. -I do not care whether they pay or not, as
that is not my business, aU that I am concerned about is that
It I do not elect to eat tn the Clubhouse and do all my eating
at home I shpuld npt be forced to pay for what I do not get.
Why should one group -ef workers have; -to pay by payroll de-(
Auction and the other group pay cash,., when they feel like,
w am an rrown neonle and should be allowed the privilege I
of spending our own money and in the place where we elect.
Why should I pay extra when I also-have to go. home for my
meals. Flease ask Governor Potter to cancel this arbitrary pay paycheck
check paycheck subsistence deduction because the. amount that I earn
cannot vav for food in the Clubhouse and food at home..'.
kihr mv Ann home-COoklnE. f
'. h- B. FOODLED
Give Your Memory
vith the Seamaster Calcndai
The new winding Setmastet Ctleadtr Witch is the mott ftith
ful temni of tune eves devised by watchmaking science .
telling the exact time and day of the month . accurately, tuto
maucally.' You can discard yout wall calendar you can forget
old-raihiontd stem winding. The Seamaster CalmdarVlndt itself
with every 'tiA U yout wrist Aiitoma'acaily; 'nwdste
mecnsniim changes every 24 hours. It's simple, sturdy, foolproof.
tneir walks in the summer sun
However, itean be reported with
complete non-partisanship that def definitely
initely definitely not. among these millions is
rresident. Eisinnower. He has
turned over to his Secretary of
Labor, James Mitchell, the task
of devising some mechanism to
cut through the mesh of underworld
operations inside labor. .
This the President did in the
hours before he tangled with ile-,
itis. It began when Representative
reter t reungnuysen, Jr., of 'New
Jersey, dropped in on his friend.
uijor secretary uitcneu. Tbe Con
gressman reportea mat he was
eager to get support from. Mr.
tuenhower for a coast-to-coast in.
vestigatiorr. ot thei Labor section
or ine crime cartel.'
Between them they drafted a
letter for Frelinghuysen to dis dispatch
patch dispatch to the President. The mis
sive was in the White House no
more than a few, hours when word
went from President Eisenhower
to Jim Mitchell to draft an an answer
swer answer to the Congressman. The re reply
ply reply was to indicate the President's
interest in following through on
his promise to take personal
interest in tne oattie on the fast fast-buck
buck fast-buck crowd. This Mitchell did. The
President signed the letter, well
satisfied. The. note said that he
was turning the project over to
Aiiicneii lor a ioUow-ud.
Out of all this may vet come a
new type of probea combination
of the technique used in the past
decade to dig out the, full story of
Pearl Harbor, with a touch of the
n-eiauver type of open hearings.
As Mitchell and Frelinehuvsen
see it, the time has come for all
goodmen to support some sort of
National Board of Inquiry into la labor
bor labor rackets. This board might be
Hoover-type of commission. Or
if might be run hy a iroup of men
vi me stature ot tne late supreme
Court Justice Owen Roberts. Such
unimpeachable, figures would be
presidential appointees and have
t i.U evwy.i, federal
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' ' ' ' Sr 1 I '
GOP ; Campaign D bcument
By PETER EDSOM
WASHTNGTOIJ (NEA TJn- yet you ire a Democrat." How ean
. L r lilt!
- v ensty pgAgenv
?..Uirr Suru' very RePuNican thit the Virgins are tough fc
deserted Eisenhower on the ques-' govern.,.
wh t?e?Jor .ir Force Gordon had hardly -arrived lr
when they sat down in the secrecy the Islands before he came unde!
01 US aenttA-HOUSA srftrIM. ftftatlr MA -Atk;.M
eommrttee. nor, largely because he spent hi!
. u was ineir lob w str ipm An ft i- mAn(ks
out deferences between the House) something about the Islands' prob proband
and proband Senate, and. with no one )m h(nr I n I u.i.i;..
nunl t n. j "I. I r ------ a "4"'""i
r ..... .nn uicu- views, notirecommenaauons.
one Republican stood up for Ike's
low ouogei lor tne Air Force.
Even Congress's chief npnnv.
pincher, New, York Congressman
The legislators also slash
Gordon's budget, leaving him witi
inadequate funds to run the tourisi
John Taber, muttered resignedly:! Next, Gordon and the legislature
I suppose we'll have to give the'clashed over the all-important
Air iorce something. I hope we quesUon of building two comfort
j.uuiia. uviciuui wjiuud ciaunec
they ; could easily be built with
funds already available. He vetoed
the appropriation. The legislature
wanted more money for the two
comfort stations and voted to
override him.. t
As a result, the Tital matter of
two comfort stations has been sent
to : Presiden Eisenhower for a
final decision. t i
Meanwhile. leEislators Wartw
Hoage and Earl ottley are carry carrying
ing carrying their feud, to Congress In
Chairman Engle of the Insular
Affairs Committee hopes to silence
the dispute with his bill for full
independence which few Is Islanders
landers Islanders want.- He is not interested
in comfort stations. ; ;
do not give them too mnch
Congressman Dan Flood Ponn.
sylvania Democrat, moved to in
crease ait. rorce appropriations
by $1.1 billion the same tnntinn
mat naa oeen snouted down by
the House two mosths earlier.
riooa pooh poohed. the fact that
aecretarv ot the Air Fnre Oiiri.
himself was against an increase.
rvuaries nas beautiful long hair
and flat heels. He is an excellent
scientist but he shows no aim nt
v -: ...
oemg an. aaministrator," snorted
me rennsyivanis congressman.
' It was Georgia's potent Sen,
Dick Russell who led the closed'
door battle for more Air Vmr
funds. .-v. ,'.':.-."
Don't foreet." he lectured the
conferees, "that we simnlv da not
nive me aircrart. in February,
there were six B-52 nmHnrMi
four were accented. In March and
April none were -accepted
AH the information I have been
able to gather directly and in.:
directlr eonvinees me this money
can be and will be used by the
$90 MILLION INCREASI
Russell reminded the conferees
i.. Z i ccA,
e. seiecteil mio ar
i men will
be, selected mq are so above re-
proach that none can charge
them with any anti-labor bias.
Jim Mitchell has been develop
ing xne project witn .nign Dept.
of Justice officials and soon
will send his "Board of Inquiry
proposal back to the President.
.Then, If I judge correctly what
i ve neara, tne President will ask
AFL-CIO president Georce Meanv
over for the discussion thev prom
ised each1 other, they'd have. liJ
m one on the project is hurry hurrying,
ing, hurrying, but neither is there a leisurely
approach to the tactics for a
showdown. The men involved want
the proposals to be strictly non nonpartisan
partisan nonpartisan and hope to win support
from all sides.AA;":;::,l;v;'r:.:
Most definitely they donl want
to lose- their fight before it
starts. This could happen if the
project is sprung during the presi presidential
dential presidential campaign and becomes an
election issue.. r
But after the ballots are counted
next fall, the counting of criminals
ana weir easy money can begin,
dersecretary of Labor Arthur Lar-
son reveals himself as the Num
ber One philosopher of the GOP
in his new book "A -Republican
Looks at His Party." Coming out
"Pitted affaimt Tfia Vt VannK.
j Uciniinv or the Authentic Arner-
The name of jersev Citv's mlv.
poly Congressman Jim Tumulty is'
sometimes pronounced Tum-ulty,-("Turn")
at other times Tu-mul-i
ty. ("Muf) -: t.Mt
When finaDv asked the othef
day which version he preferred, I
the 330-pound Democrat' wasn't
fussy. "I dont care. Either one,"!
ne repuea, pamng nis miarm.,
"Just be sure the accent is on
the tummy." ;. .;:- A-V I
A f UNHAPCY CHANDL1R I
at this moment it is bound to be-! Party policies and achievement
come something of a campaign In making the best possible case
document thou gh the author, for the Republican Party, Arthur
didn't plan it for that. v Larson had a different starting
This was the atartins mint for
Acbeson't J book. A'A Democrat
wioKs at his i-arty makes the lean Center,", says Larson, "will
best possible case for Democratic be found The Opposition.'
7tlra flAllnlAB anil anki.... a- I mx a i T
ine upposition does not refer to
either the Democratic- farty or;
democrats as sucn. Most of the
tweeu the title col. his book and i ton, ; he heard many comments
former! Secretary of 'State Dean that the Eisenhower program was
Acheson's "A Democrat Looks at nothing more than the New Deal
Hi. Parto (I mhli.k.J ..l!.
Larson didn't intend his work to
be an answer. Most of Acheson's
book deals with foreign policy.
Larson "confines himself entirely;
to Eisenhower administration do domestic
mestic domestic policies.:' a- f:
wnen jurson Joined the admin'
tartina lima TVin r.;t; m ;.i
h?J Jl -ftW Jbe-lpoinCWhen he came to to the TiteimZ&Tot
thought. Lars o n 'admisU that
some parts of New Republicanism
have been adapted from The New
Deal, ,:f f.
He concluded his first chapter
wiui. uus ,ieuing statement:, "if,
at seems unlikely,- the Republi Republicans
cans Republicans were to nominate for the
presidency a candidate whn
; identified with an extreme con-
pvwuon; ana ; U, as
urwarmed over. He heard, other
comments that it was a return to
Larson .simply started writing,!
"to explain to mvself." as he mita
it, "what thir administration is all
about. It was the kind of thine
I wrote a little bit at a time, in1 servative
the mMHIa if fha alahf i "t.
.. "-.."." cciii eguauy uniixeiv. tne uem,
istrattoa in Anrfi. 1954. he came came home. I nut rTothe h.v', TL l"6"1:
4.w..M,i m... I: . maeite.inai. moment'
the' war he had been on the legal
atatt oi prA and Foreign Eco Economic
nomic Economic Administration. But most of
his experience had been in social
welfare and labor law fields. And
though he was a registered Re Republican
publican Republican voter, many of his liberal
friends asked him '.'What are
you doing in a Republican s ad administration?"
ministration?" administration?" a; A i t. H.(
In this connection a story from
the opening pages of Dean Ach Acheson's
eson's Acheson's book must be recalled. A
rich, tycoon-type client once
remarked to Acheson, "You are
intelligent and experienced. And
" -f" umniiy, uiriway, the Democratic 1 candidate
case which Larson makes is that
President Eisenhower is the ar architect
chitect architect of what the author calls,
ine new itepuoucamsm.
would almost certainly win. i
"To summarize! In nolitic
in chass, the man 'who holds'the
center holds a position of almost
The McKinleyisra tof 1898, he; unbeatable strength."
Vet tarai a aflemet ikiu & J t- I mi . S
says, was against labor and mis
trusted the federal government.
It is for them all, assigning each
to its proper role. v- w., w.,-"By
"By w.,-"By bringing about this con
solidation of the best forces in
American life," writes Larson.
Therest Of "A Renuhtiean TiviVe
Looks at His Party,f takes it from
there. But for a fair analysis, it
snouw ne read before or after
Acheson's "A. Democrat Looks at
And what a swell, debate it
that the proposed budget increase
"isn't exclusively a program of i
B-52S. The Air Force also needi
tankers and eenturv-class
fiohfor : I TV h,.llif w
vuiw ui ine American neonle ehimed HaDDV Chand er. eY.piar nt Koco.
iu vongressman riooa, "tnink me oau,. ex-aenaior- rrom Kentucky,
B-S2 is an intercontinental bomber i now Governor of Kentucky, has
that can fly to Moscow and back, offered a secret deal to John
It cannot without refueling. We do Sherman Cooper, U.S. Ambassador
not have one jet tanker capable to todia.. v
of handling a B-S2 bomber." I He has promised Cooper that If
Congressman Errett Scrivnerho will run for the Senate, he, I
Kansas, Republican, tried to cut Happy,, will keep his Democratic
the Air Force increase in half. organization out of the campaign
"No matter -how much money, so Cooper, a Republican, can win. i
we give them at this time," he -Hitherto Cooper has been loath ;
insisted, "it is not going to pro-! to get back into politics in Ken-,
duco one more W3.7. -tacky. He has run and.; been
i He also hinted. that politics elected to three short terms, but j
might have something to do with each time lost out later. He likes
the clamor for more Air, Force India,, his wife likes-, India, and
appropriations, w v-t v ; v t -HPjime Minister Nehru likes both, j
"Now, we have been here a long) Cooper has been doing a good
time and !we know about political Job However,: Governor Chandler,
interests In an election year," he who despite his charm and smil- r
remarked slyly. v ;ijing disposition 'nurses, a broad!
In the end. however, every lastlatreak of vengeance, is out to de de-Republican
Republican de-Republican deserted the President feat ex-GoV. Lawrence Wetherby,
and voted with the Democrats fir, who has r",i,"'-1 f r t
a comproinue. $jou minion in- Senate., .,.,
crease in the Air Force budget. Wetherby is a close friend 'of
NOTE The Air Force is so Sen,- Earle Clements. Both have
short of construction monev that aroused the ire and enmity of the
it has slowed up construction of Governor of Kentucky. He tried to
our Spanish bases. It now looks' defeat Clements in the Kentucky
as if the bsses wont be completed primary race but failed. Now he
until 1963 - the same year ouri would like to defeat both Clements
lease runs out. In other words, and Wetherby in the November
we may be forced to turn the election even if it means that
bases over to Dictator Franco be- he deserts the Democratic ticket.
Ambassador Cooper has listened
to "Siren" Chandler and has con
"President Eisenhower and his wouW be if these two urbane
associates have discovered for the Tii wJL2r.T4 5 "LI?.." e'
time in l.i.4 m.. i.. I r.- .""- v-wu.m luawueaon
"""ji iw if'i same piatiorm
J By B03 RUARK
Now you' take sn honest, church-out. hoDDins! mad. aniT ha aav
going, dues-paying fellow like me, furthermore, what do you mean
TUB WATCH TUB WOULD HAS XBA&NED TO TMVST;
.. GENERAL AGENT: .OFFICIAL AGENT:
fS : CharUi Perret M The Ouy-Fret Stores g
YANKTON, S.D. (UP)
Parade-lovers made it easy for
thieve, during an American Le
gion parade here, Employees
were busy watching marchers as
Scott's dime store cash register.
was rmea oi ius. ,
POST OFFICE BOXER
Duke, two-year-old Boxer, puts
the bite on the day's mail in instead
stead instead of on the postman at Col College
lege College Hill Branch Post Office,
Cincinnati, Ohio. Mailman pal
is Joseph C. Nicosia, who made
friends with Duke on his route.
the dog shows up at the post 1
office every morning ana makes
who is lust sittinsr there, obevinf
the laws of the land and- not run running
ning running over innocent women and
-The stop light goes. red, which
means stop. You stop. You stop
behind the line, because it is mid mid-morning,
morning, mid-morning, you have had nothing1
running into my vehicle? Where
is your license? What was your
mother's maiden name?
And you say, "Bui ; I was just' cars the wa? h 'done."
says the cop,-"one
fore we get a chance to use them,
' SQUALLS IN THI VIRGINS
Another Virgin Islands governor
nas got embroiled in the turbu turbulence
lence turbulence of island factionalism.- As t
result, disgusted Congressman
Clair Engle of California plans to
introduce s' bill granting the is-l
lantrs ruu moependence. t
The new governor is able Walter
Gordon of California, close friend
of Chief Justice Warjen and for-
mer head of the California Parole
of Board. He is the third. Negro to
And they sayf'Oh, an obstruc
th .leiter.s'- ty1 S,m Wslbe governor of the islands, Te Te-nri.J
nri.J Te-nri.J ; if .5dtuctor- ItWouldn 't sur- placing Archie Alexander, also a
prise me rf he wasn't one of them Negro.- v '- ;
uiuiuuig anriKers, attacking street streetcars
cars streetcars the WSV he rinne
P2)c(entV $f.y. conduc conductor.
tor. conductor. "Subversive.'
stronger than Coke1 to drink, and tionist, eh? "a Communisr."ma3; vairrancv
ntt AnnH alia l nA J.... maI V A 41 t 1- .1 ... ?. i -S"W
I am a Coleate m mvuH h
the copper says. ? "Book him for
you dont aim to mow down no
citwens. 'V'-a, r: '
The light changes.: You acceler
ate genuy. row! Right on the old
caboose. '-';.-.. -a.- -You
look kround, after the Ini Initial
tial Initial shock,, and .there is a street streetcar
car streetcar conductor literally in the back
seat of your car, and the area
behind the conductor is total loss.
be? A threat to the community?
Also, he's got a mean sort of face.
wnere s your license?"
You pat your pockets absent absent-mindedly
mindedly absent-mindedly and say: "But tie man
hit me. I didn't hit the man.
Where is the man's license to go
around htting honest, decent,
church-going, dues-paying. ."
"flhn v the mm 'M li.
; man acminas wnat I am
domg u i this new Studebaker, sny sny-ow.
ow. sny-ow. l"ch Jias, just beep towed
a. wau is my business?
'L m writer," J ssy.
I .. 1 "cr "ever owned no
f'1"', 1 mn "Frisk Mm.
Looks like a marihiana hiutie
T ... 1 I ' V WV.
up comas ine cod. ana ne savs.i cense, nev? Mire nnt ri ..:u.i ..
Seize, what business hav vou cot that. rnniWtnf- n A U."1"UB w 0l? Sny marijuana.
. ' .w. uiaj ucvu Hinprnin n strAt KKMk
gettmsj yourself clobbered by an in court when we sue him ior'niT nenm th. .iTrBrH "n
honest, church-going, dues-paying callously attacking the fron:oi 1 wUtservuPP,it,on wUt
streetcar? What was Hawaii do-streetcar with his rer I t7 ? i .J
a auppose uus bum will he
streetcar? What was Hawaii do- streetcar with his rear.
ing in the Pacific anyhow? j "The license is a home. in my
And the I streetcar jockey gets desk." you' say. "I forcot.. J',
:lh rounds with Nicosia..
...should have tent if by Pen American'
f onomoi I Street No. 5, Tel. 2-07(i Colont Solas BWg, Tel. 1C97.
screaming for a lawyer, now," the
oscaiu aays xou Know, you
"B ? before you see
him. He'U be talking habeas cor-
lu- any mmute. j
. "I would like to talk to a W
ytrf. I say. "After alL we have
an actionable claim. I was just
uiuug were minding my own bust
ness ana the streetcar sneaked
up and hit me in the"
"Oh, a dirty talker," the -sergeant
says. "Go out and frisk
me car lor leelthy postcards. This
ien c,.dod has. -got to go.
For all I know he's in the white
slave racket. Search the luggage
compartment, too. They is prob-
uij a uroaa in W,
There being no broad in tbe Iui
gage compartment, no feelthy pic pictures
tures pictures in the glove compartment,
eventually you are allowed to go
"What do you aim to' do with
that beat-up heap of yours? the
minion-of the law says. "You cant
leave k here. You're parked ille illegally."
gally." illegally." a
"Maybe we' could 'phone a ga garage
rage garage and get it towed away," you
say. "I'll be glad to pay.
"Don't bother me with your
troubles, Bud,", he says, absent absent-mindedly
mindedly absent-mindedly erasing a rape-murder
charge from the blotter. "I sug suggest
gest suggest you call a good lawyer. And
scram, see? They's a law against
loitering around here." '
Unlike Alexander, whose salty
language and straw-boss manner mannerisms
isms mannerisms irritated islanders, Gordon
has adopted a gentle approach.
Yet, like til previous governors,!
tided to friends that he will run
for the Senate. t
Kansas City is about to sever
diplomatic relations with Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood over a forthcoming nunae
called "The Boss," a -takeoff on
the Old Pendergast' political ma.
chine. K.C. Mayor Roe Bartle
thinks it ia a libel on his police
force and Democrats generally
aren't happy about the character
ization of Harry Truman in the
picture. ; The Dallas News
thinks it was a good thing to put
that "bug" in the office of Sen Senator
ator Senator Lehman. "If nothing else,"
says the News, "it's reassuring
that Drew Pearson didnt get a
leak out of the discussion." -
Places Near and Far
Answer to Previous Puzzle
4 of Good
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13 American --
II Irritate (coll.)
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.31 -de v"
- France -"II
27 Passing fancy
,32 Shoe part
14 Farm machine
31 Make a
57 Australian s
40 Bridge -
43 Eagle's nest
45 Turkish inns
51 French father
58 Fruit drinks
1 Arabian gulf
3 What's left
8 Military ;
7 Even (poet.)
t Track parts
11 Night birds
irtAaT '"Trig! a p
56 Skin ,41 Pales
27 Prophesies v. 42 Footless
28 Toward the animal
sheltered side 43 Therefore
29 WriUng table 44 Part in e play.'
31 Wigwtm 44 Simple
33 Pertaining to (47 Croup of'
the sun A ? : players
38 Nations 48 Wading bird
40 Locations 50 Health resort
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SAFETY'S WEAK-Males of Joplln, Mo, ire chortling over
tbii boc-boc by a womftn driver. Prudent officials refused
to identify the woman who knocked down the safety check .;
lane sign, erected 1n connection 'with Joplitfs observance of
its Safety Week. , ....
Egypt to! Accept US:British Offer
To, Help BcHd Giant Dam On Nile'
' 'I "Tl 1.
' WASHINGTON, July 18 (UPH
Egypt has deciaea w cni.
IU7.-BWtish offer-to help buud
t. Aemnn rlam nri'the Nile
River, designed to transform two
million acres aesen "".
.crop land. "t , ; .
" This was disclosed yesterday
" by Egyptian r Ambassador Ah-
mod Hussein npn hi fj"
,: here from consultations with rE-
gyptian President Oamal Abdel
s n i. ho.- um renorted
'teetering between' the western of-.
4er and reported Russian bidf'to
help build the n.200,000,000 -dam-'
The project is expected to take 1
' years to complete. -" v ; -.
, "We have' decided to take 'aid
;W the West,- Hussein -told
I newsmen at the airport here.:
Reds ll:Ive "-tepsil
East G:rr.:T Pays
-- -- ... ,,
'Lnrmif Tk 1 fT!Pt The
Soviet Union agreed yesterday to.
halve, the, amount aast uermouj
;; pays for Soviet occupation troops.
- nion nrnimsed to
on a bread ironv, .iu.iuu.
loo.OOO kolowatt t-
- The agreement .,.----d
. joint communique signed by
wohlfter.two- days, .of t a lk s
J ThVilast German radio said the
. .....mont nf economic aia
SouU makTEalt Germany a
D... j w.rt Germany said
ie Soviets apparently weremov-
fine to auiet unrest ""';"--:
airman workers, that might lead
to a .WMaiffi LflS.irf the
i-v ThevComrauui'" v
s Insistence of the two g"velY"1";i,
t that German re-unification is pos pos-t
t pos-t ihle only by direct negotiations
f1"' .nH wst Germany.
VTOd toTt talk, be-
f : Bn.7. ...m- irst German
SsTnd "thrtop""K r m 1 i n
on aU international, questions.
It waiSgned in the presence
. a was WKk ... VnrnKhiloV.
77 c vhniKhohev and other top so-
cusly complicate u.e .-..- -theionprgMthe-
jnan P-lHTVitulUcm of
meal ol ujc,-" .
Germany-aod. Eur ope as
"rmmi wants tn finalize the t'
f)pinnt and start building the
dam, as soon as- possible. J s am
h.n mitk that hnru nf Setting the
Aswaa dam settled. This is very
important for us.r
uussem saiu ne w c v
with Rwretarv of State
John Foster Dulles as, soon as pos
sible -to try to nailrflown ine agree-
rn tha siirfar thn Kgvotian de
cision would appear an important
diplomaucj-victory lor ine west
which has sougnt to. win wasser
away from Soviet blandishments.
V2 However recent reporrs inai inai-cated
cated inai-cated Russia' may be cooling off
toward the dam prefect m favor
ef giving Egypt other more im immediate
mediate immediate forms ef economic aid
which would pay quicker ideelo
The United States also has tool
ed off somewhat recently on its
offer." The Senate Appropriations
rnmmittoa "- tnr BYsmnle has vot-
rt tn han anv'foreien aid funds
for.the dam witnout pnor coinrau-
tee approval.- r
Hiisopm niii tnpre are sun a
few" (.;.:. I "reiT'f s potwern Bgyji
and tiie U. S.-Brtty; governments
on the prpject. But he added -'In
mv Annt iiiflffmpnt thpv' arA not
lujivnu j v.v.0 .. j ...
basic pointe." He thought they
Tho AmAriran and. British C0V-
ernments jigreea last uecemoer u
get the, dam ,starwa wiw a iu
million dollar gift, of wmcn ,tnis
country would furnish about 56
million dollars.. Egypt already has
reached agreement with the World
Bank for a ZOO minion aoiiar loan,
conditionea on iinai agreemeov ou
the U. S. PnUsh offer. .,
fouth didn't know whether he
was bidding ftv spades for ; a
make nr foa a oarnfipn in tndav's
hand. It was not -.likely s to ccost
very much, and he was afraid
that West -would make same and
kk.. mi .i..u-. .. r. :.. T..
iuuuci av xivo viuus. ; sz
Nnrth pniilrin'l tell what hi tiart
ner Was doing, but he thought he
was. entitled to one bid -with. four
trumDs to the A-K-J and as void
in the enemy's suit. The result
proved he wa right. 3
west opened the singleton neart,
anit Smith wnn witk. thft. trine .,
erybody at the table realized that
West had led a singleton, out
South resisted the impulse to draw
tha nnn miesinu tmmn Instead
South led the ace of hearts at the
Woct nnnnpfril nn th trirtr with
the aueen of spades and returned
a. diamond. South won witn tne
ace of diamonds and proceeded
aecordins to clan. He eot to dum
my with the lack of spades and
ruffed a heart: returned to dum
my with the king of spades, and
rnfft annthpp heart- and cot back
to riummva iinai ume- wun uie
im of sDades' to run the two
good hearts, discarding the losing
diamomds from his hand. (
Snrth would have lost the slam
contract if he had led a trump
to the ice at the second trick.
Thar wnnM hit nnfv two1 further
entries to dummy, and it 'would
be impossible" to estaoiisn ana
run dummy's long hearts. South
mnnlrl avoid the ruff, but he would
wind up ; losing two j diamond
tricks. ; v,
Stranireiv enoueh. South
mnk th contract even if he mis
tskpnlv leads at rumo from his
hanri1 at th (ppnnd tricK. ii ne
sees his mistake in time, fcoutn
psn ipt West win the first round
ot trumps' with, the fP'ren! the
ia uts can Uica.be estauu.shed and
cashed with dummy's three trump
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COL. ROBERT R. ROBERTSON (second from left), Director, Inter American Geodetic Survey,
recently presented suggestion award certificates and letters of appreciation to (left to right):
TTonu.i Jap k Pnnlin anrl Lot E. Bataa tnp their suesestionx resulting In increased
1 efliCiency OI unitea ewtcs mmj uynauum. oaves feceivcu, 111 Buuiuun w a wimitow auu
letter of appreciation, check, for $25 for sug gesting the use of a movable hand rest to be
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tUWU UJ UlUNUKU .i uv. .""'B -M"-
' VIENNA, July 18 (UP) The
. Tiartv vester-
.for their. actions during the : 10-year
'terday said some. Soviet, occupa occupa-ion
ion occupa-ion commanders had committed,
encroachments.-. It also was cri critical
tical critical of. Russia's confiscation, of
Austrian oil fields and factories
It The Commumst central ommw ommw-tee
tee ommw-tee resoluUon,: published in' .the
. fP1rrty newspaper VotosUme.rsaid
'the Soviet occupaUon which ended
fjast May caused Austrian, Commu Commu-.nists
.nists Commu-.nists considerable trouble.; :
i The" presence of the Russiansvft
Complained, tended to isolate the
: party from the Austrian working
cl?S.,ir that thei simultaneous
WcupaUon by western troops and
their anu-ouvici .i ..-.
munist propaganda" also caused
, harm to the local party's cause.
. TVii. nrnnaffanrla was SUDDOIT-
.J h .nornarhmptlts of Some SO-
;. viet local commanders and by the
fact that the Austrian' oil fields
and many factories tn the Soviet
nn were confiscated by the Rus-
- eiaosv" the party Utcmcnt addccL,
' Hussein denied Egypt Is holding
, VUh 41 S, ..S V Va- avww. w
nue help for the dam until the en
tire 15-year project; one .01 me dir dir-ppst
ppst dir-ppst in historv. is comoleted. This
waa reported to be an agypuan
demand four months ago.
,-. "We are not insisting on a long long-ranee
ranee long-ranee commitment," Hussein said.
"We are satisfied witn an assur
ance that U. S. interest in t h e
project will continue." i i
Service Rov B!:med
For Ri2ssi:n G::.is
In Bsllislics Rsce
WASHTWOTON Jii1v t fTTP
Former Air Force research chief
Trevor Gardner has warned that
Russia may win the race to devel
op a 1,500-mile ballistics missile
because of competition among the
U.S. armed forces.
He also said Russia may have
developed tanker planes that
would enable the Reds to deliver
atomic or hydrogen' bombs to the
TI S "Heartland" now." '
Gardner quit as assistant Air
Force Secretary for research and
itpvolnhmpnt last Fehmarv he-
cause he "didn't think the Admin
istration was devoting enougn
mnnpv and effort to, that field.
His testimony before the Senate
Airpower Subcommittee, given
last month and subjected to De Defense
fense Defense Department censorhip was
j Lt- 1 .:.u
mane duiuic last hikiil.
; Gardner said Russia already
raav have a missile with a range
of 700 or 800 miles.. This country's
..nt Innrract ran0a hnllistipc
misFi'e is. tne Redstone, which has
a 200-miie range.
He. said there is no question in
hia mind- the Reds are ahead of
this country in developing a 1,500-
mile Dauisucs missue. ims is uie
,ollorl intprmpfliatp ranee hal-
tlistics missile' (1RBM).' fired like
a shell ana capaoie ,01 raining ai
omic destruction on distant tar
gets, at almost incredible speed
'Dog Days' :
cmrkr,c' JiiW'm rfTP -Ifcaot
Will Judy, editor of 'Dog World'.'
masaiin ilnpsn't lilr lnnse defini
tions of the term .dog days" lor
tne not, moist current weawer.
Tt'i rpallv vrtv aimnle Cant
I Judy says, and explains the' term
UKe tms: -s--? '?- --
. Dcg days run from July S
Aiionat 11 a 40dav nennd
which Sirius the dog star can be
seen over JSgypt birious is me
briehtest star in the constellation
Canis Major l(big dog). The 40
days are Egypt's hottest, most .hu
mid season, and dogs m mat water-short
land react with conspi
cuous misery thus, "dog days.'
AU clear nowy
.' JAPANESI PAPER
sbs Recovering;, f
GALVESTON,' Tex., July 18 --
(UP) The nation's greatest
n,nm.n athlptP RahP mariKsoii
Zaharias, was getting along bet
ter today m ner oawie wuu cu-
Tniin cpaiv Hnsnltal said lt
would issue no more medical
bulletins "unless something- un
toward should occur."
i Since, the Babe's" four-hour
.nintinn at Friday in which
mniMii ant. nerves in her neck
to relieve extreme pain in her
legs iihe hospital nao' oeen 4s
suine bulletins twice daily, i
The operation was termed suc
cessful and doctors said 1 there
were "no complications.' : Late
laetrHo th nnlv nsln she re-
ported, was a me aiie 01 uw w-
eratipns, 7 .
m,a.a fret ftVaV noW." -the
famed woman golfer said as she
felt her neck tenderly. It still
v....t. a mla Vara ". -
Mrs. Zaharias is now awe
eat In. a regular manner, ner
weight ha dropped more, than
in rnnnrii tn IPs. than 100 SmCe
she entered the hospital for.the
third tune lor cancer,
..TTtt1 tractardav mSt nine's
breakfast Mrs. -Zaharias had ta-
lran i nnlv v llaUltt DOUTlsnmein
ainee Frldav'S' operation. Her
tint. TPo-ular foods was toast.
soft-boiled egg, orange Juice and
coffee. i 1
SAN FRANCISCO (UP)
Paper, carefully, and delicately
worked, is used in Japanese
homes for many of the purposes
for which silk is traditionally
used. It is especially useful m
molrino lamnshadps and screen
panels, some 01 ims Japanese
naner work was displayed at tne
Japan Trade Center here. I
First To Swim ;
Channel This Year
nnVF.1t Snplan !iutv 18 fUP
A 3i-year:oid Canadian tooay oe-
came tne first person uus year to
swim the English Channel from
France. ; ,,...;'.,
.tapniiaa Amvnt a Frpnrh-f ani-
riian trim Qnphpp Titv prnsspfl the
cold waters between France and
England in 13 hours and three
XXa rfiawlorl nut nf the water An
the rocky coast line at South Fore
land near here at 9:41 a.m. tie
had entered the Channel last mgnt
at Cap Gria Nez, France, some 38
miles from the English coast. )
ITia Mrimfinn vii anlitarv. Hard
ly a soul was on the beach to greet
him and he lmrnpdiatP.lv returned
to France aboard the trawler Ro Roland
land Roland Sonia, which had accompa accompanied
nied accompanied him on the trip. r.: i
; LIBRARY DONATION
Titf.RKELEY. Calif. fUP)
The private'library of a former
Umvcrsity Ot caiuornia regent,
James K. Moffitt, presented to the
university in June, contains 5,000
volumes valued at 1 more Uian
$75,000. The first dated edition of
Horace, printed in Milan, Italy, in
Mil the nnlv known ennv in the
United States, is among 225 books
printed in the utn century in tne
collection. . ..
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3 Freedom Flight :
: As Red Officials
ViP Three-of the 10 "inv
' untary refueees" whn
1 ,t. j -.. -"v ran
1 ?ifi ? "freedom flight are of-!ers probably will reopen
iled Hungary's Econo-f1 disarmament talks in
nucs Muustry. poUce rennrtort tJ. ber.
, mwt Muustry, poUce reported to-
J,..tiir".?'ve f?k mislead-
t u u"lwn Mut their jobs
' 5,i? ,w!re questioned on
their arnval here in a hijacked
Communist airliner, but further
h iSi; -5 "aDUsned the truth,
t ice said Tlbor BaukoviU, who
, ..c a.i omce worker, ac ac-:
: ac-: tually ls a bureau chief in the mi mi-'
' mi-' Geyny Sano and
;: Karoly Komarom, who called them
selves ''tailors," are officials of its
; tcxule branch.
M uuovi, sano and Komarnni
fan have chosen to return to their
t Communist homeland, along with
passengers, me plane's
; secret police guard and four crew crew-,
, crew-, men.
' Tne seven passengers who com com-,
, com-, mandeered the airliner over Hun Hun-f
f Hun-f fary and forced its crew to fly
here wiU remain in the West, a.
, : long, with a young couple who
.. were not in on the plot. Three of
tne seven men in the group hope
.eventually to settle in the United
s i states. I
Others in the group who want
,! ia return nome will be sent back
" sometime this week.
; German authorities planned ori ori-'
' ori-' ginnlly to return them to Red Hun Hungary
gary Hungary hr the plane that brought
. them, but agreed to arrange other
facilities when they protested the
idea of a flight in the battered air-"liner.
UNITED NATIONS M V ti
18 (UP) Western diplomats said
vuuay mai we world's atomic pow-
".The U.N. disarmament commis-
oiuu, uespiie Hussian objections
voted yesterday to refer the prob problem
lem problem of elobakarms rpHnptinna kst
to its five-nation subcommittee.
ine suncommittee is composed
of the United States, Great Brit Britain.
ain. Britain. France. Canada a nil Cnmof
Russia. It met earlierthis year in
ijuikuhi out iauea to reach an a-greement.
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iHy 7 1 NEVER HEW?0 YOU THE FOURTH
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PEVOTEI7 PARENT. FtfK
A WHOUB VEA.K AFTCB
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Russia's Andrei A. fir Am vV a aK
jected that the resolution which
endfrf thtt 1KR sescinn r,t tha 11
tion disarmament commission car carried
ried carried an implicit endorsement of a
six-point western set of principles
to SOVern future disarmament tsltre
and took no account of the Rus
The vote on the resolution nr
sented bv Peru was in tn nn
Gromvko voted aeainst thn rn.
The closing phase of the two two-week
week two-week commission session hrniipht
harsh words from France for
tier western amp when nrnmvlrn
stated Russia's nhieetinn tn th
Peruvian resolution. Frenrh dele
gate juies Mocn proposed a re
cess to attempt a compromise.
His nroDOSal was rejected hv a
4-4 vote. with four ahstpntinns
France, Russia? Yugoslavia and
Cuba voted for the recess; the U U-nited
nited U-nited States, Britain, Canada and
urieiiiiii iiiiiimrii miimiihiiu in
na, iran ana rem aosiainea.
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WEDNESDAY, Jnl IS, 1956
2:58 Slga on
3:00 Armed Forces Hour
4 :00 Carry Moore
' 4:30 Robert J. Uwif
5:00 Godfrey Tim
S:1S Perry Como
6:00 Panorama Newa
7:00 Ozzle and Harriet
7:30 This la Your LUe
:0 Playwrights Hour
9:3 Big Picture
10:00 Masquerade Party
10 JO Big Story ......
11:05 Kraft TV Theatre
12:0$ Sign off.
THURSDAY, July 19,' 195
1:58 Sign on
B3:Ma Armed forces Hour
4:00 Garry Moor V
4:30 Robert Q. Lewis
5:00 Godfrey Time ,. ,.
5:15 Perry Como :'
5:30 Life Begins at SO
4:00 Panorama New ;'.
7:00 Elhel and Albert
7:30 Pantomime Quiz 1
.9:00 Danger ..t.fi
9:30 .People are Funny
1040 If with Fathar
10:30 Guy Lombardo
11:05 Philco TV Playhouse
12:05 Sign off.
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RECEIVING LINE AT SOROPTEMIST BANQUET Shown tecelvlng guests at the charter
banquet of the Soroptimist International of P anama, Which was held Saturday night at the
Union Club (left to right) Mrs. Valeria Fee ley, Mrs. Pluma B. Batten, president of the
American Federation of Soroptimist Clubs, Miss Rosita Palacio, presiaent of the local chap chapter,
ter, chapter, Mr. Victor Urrutia, Minister of Education, Mrs. Alson Seari and Mrs. Victor Urrutia.'
RECEPTION AT SPANISH EMBASSY WILL f f-CELEBRATi;
CELEBRATi; f-CELEBRATi; SPAIN'S NATIONAL DAY
The Ambassador' of Spain ir Panama and Mrs. Federico
Gabaldoo Navarro have issued invitations for a reception to
be held tonight at the Embassy residence to celebrate Spain's
Killer-Dirts Marriagt Will
Tka Plata Sunday
Miss Ann: Keller, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John O. Keller wm
become the bride of Mr." Gerald
Dare, son of Mr. T. L. Dare of
Gatan at the Episcopal Church at
Cotou, Sunday at z: p.m--a
rp(ntion will follow at the
NCO Club at rori uayion..
Nn invitaUons have been, issued,
but all friends of the young cou
ple are hmtea to auena.
luanal Party For ''':
wniinwinff the rehearsal for we
wedding of their daughter, Dor o-
thy Anne to vt, nooen a.
m nit Mm. KODen n-
Hicks entenamea mo roomw.
the wedding rty Tuesday night
1 at their home;jn Samoa. -7
Those present tacIuded,Mr.f and
Mrs. J. Scott Chapman, miss jaa
I ry Cnapmtn, Mrs. Pearl JKnapp,
Dr. and Mrs. John Woods, Dr-nd
Mrs. Robert- wnner
v.i.iui Trira Rv. and Mrs. Ralph
I Schnell, Mr. and jars. weiowi
1 tA uir nH Mrs. Zeno Knapp,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Forbes. Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry isvans, w. ypu u u-.mB
.mB u-.mB Mr. Paul Westlund. Mr. John
Owens, Mr. and Mrs, Jim Humph Humphrey,
rey, Humphrey, and the Misses Judy Beeby,
nnttw uotton.iMir vwxiuu, 1 i
Marin' Conover. Susan Knapp
Swafford, Marion Evans and Sher
Mrs. Merrte Alfred '
Serenaded Upon Arrival
Visitors awaiting arriving diplo diplomats
mats diplomats at Tocumen yesterday were
diverted when an APA plane land landed
ed landed from Miami, and a pretty girl
stepped down the gangplank, to
the accompaniment of a tuneful
serenade from a group on the
It was Mrs. Morrie Alfred, here
to join her husband A-1C Morrie
Alfred, who is a member of the
lamea jungeiaires ouartet. The
other members of the quartet
To Be Held SuVt
A musical variety ; s r e s r a m
sponsored by the Central Ameri-I
can District Loyal Order of An Ancient
cient Ancient Shepherds, will be siven
aunaay at z:so p.m. It wiu be
held at the Loyal Victor Lodee
T -.1 na aw at a w
am, oret central Avenue.
Artists will feature Hueh Adams
on the piano, the Clef Melodaires,
the Panama Baptist Youths, the
Ring s roiir, Mis w, Archer and
otners. : A :
DIJON. France. Julv It (UPW
1 masrr i ratrctmsn i .iiaiih- Tn ..ij
ine weuuuiK wm,w auiciuncia yesieraav ne is mil ainff a h pvp n
i V M M 1?mw if th& TTirs, .J A in i .
umyun vuita iu jjaiuua fxcxuva. uiui remain neaiioyt -V
were on hand with their wives to
add their voices to Alfred's song
Deadline For ; V
San Bias Trip f
Reservations are still being ac accepted
cepted accepted by the USO-JWB for the
last San Bias trio of th month.
wmcn wiu taKe place,, July 22.
; (Contlnned on Page 7)
l!6Y Ceramics Class
Sfaris Al USO-JVB
A new eight-week course In
ceramics began last evening at
The aeries, nonular with eivlf.
lans and servicemen, is most.ra.
pably handled under the super
vision oi Mr. and Mrs. William
Stevenson of Gamboa. The Stev-
ensons,' who f volunteered their
" vices, are ceramic 'exnerts
havfcrr,d heir avocation,
a most lascmaunff. nobby V'
Ther are no chareea for rear'
Istratlon nor for instruction
However, the class is limited to
la peopie ana priority is. given
on a first-come-first-serve bas
is, n or imormation or registra
tion please cau saiboa, 1072.
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MRS, ANTHONY BARCELO models a handpainted skirt, during
; a style show .at Ft. Gulick Officers' Club, Saturday.
'.. " (U.S. Army Photo)
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New Plans Officer,
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Arrives For Duty
Cumdr. James B Unrr arriva1
in the Canal Zone Monday, for
quiy at Headquarters, Caribbean
command as flans Officer, J-3.
Prior to receiving his "oresent
assignmeni ne was stationed at the
United States Naval Ordanance
rant, Macon, Ga.
Commander Barr and his wife.
Rachel and their two daughters
are residing at Quarry Heights.
New PIO Arrives
At Quarry Hts. ;
1 ( ,. r " S
MsJ. Frederick F. Brent, arriv arrived
ed arrived m the Canal Zone Monday for
duty at Headquarters, Caribbean
Command as Public Information
Prior to receiving his present
assignment he was Director of
ruuuc lmormation at Harinnar.
ters.t Tactical Air Command.
"uisicy ir xorce xsase. va.
Major Brent and his wif. Finr.
ence, and their son. Frederick .Tr
12. are residing, at Albrook A i r
Force Base. i
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many and various facilities of 'our club to alfmemberi and their miests.
Private Dining Room and Conference Room H ;
With Telephone Facilities Available
The finest American, Spanish and Italian food at reasonable prices
BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER j $
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I
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I COMMERCIAL b
, CANAL ZOSX POLTCUN1C
' DR. C i.FABRtGA. D.D.S.
DR. IL AVILA JR.. M.D.
(opposite Aneoa Schoal Pliynaaaa)
Tel. 1-3S11 ruma
; JIM JUDGE
phone Panama t-wst r.
1 TRANSPORT! BAXTER. S.A.
I Pocket Shipper rAover
? PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding Jumping clattM doltf
vtt5 ."V PhoM 3-0279
r kv oppemtmeiir.
We ahap Tout rimra" ;
tameiia McLaTJ Machinal
Wadlih Manafa Steam Bath
tar mala and (emala
..'.. (Dr. Scholli)
il Jasta Araaenana Ph. 1-tXIT
Canal Zone Ladles
For Smart'and Lovely Hair
M try our
Doable Lanoline Wave
Y.M.C.A. Beauty Salon
' Tel 2-S677
To Meet ;
, Th I, Hrira Cve r.mmrtl mill
hold their monthly meeting on
inursaay nignt at the La Boca
School, beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Matters of importance will be
discussed, also the last Governor-Local
Rate Community Con Con-Jerence.
Jerence. Con-Jerence. Adults of the district
tre cordially invited.
Avt. Cloy Alfaro 15-159
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
, ... oaotatfemo
: AXUS, HATUSS1 A ASSOCIATES
i 4.., -it -.. Bid-- Ask
Abattoir Naclonal ...... U.S4
Banec. Fldudarlo ...... 4 11
Cemento Fananii ....... n
Cervecerla Naclonal SI
r Chlricana de Leche U
Cleyee ................. 5
Prefc vfllli Com. .....
DesUladore Naclonal ...
IrinanderasIstaeB i -f-Fret
with Cool. y,.ir, r.
Flnanzas. 8. A.
rref. erltb Coca. .'..
. t.ierza f Lu PreL ... 4TXI
rutza tuaCora. ... SO ;
- hotelea toteramertcanoa. 414
CieneraJ de Sesnroe ,.w IS
Panamefta de A celt ...
tanamefia do Ibra ...
, Canamefia de Seguro ,'. JJ
fanamefla de Tabico .'. 10
' Jotio Bellavlrta
le tele n
' 1 VI
; ijpirf-- CH0,CE
i C sale
' i ratio Central rk.. ',..- -"
' ' : (Commercial Notice
FOR SALE: Stov $50; rcTri.
enter $200; wrought iron din dining
ing dining room act, 4 chain, $25; tof tof-faa
faa tof-faa tabla, wrought iroavith glaai
top $12. Alt in xcllent condi condition.
tion. condition. Phaa 3-2232 Panama.
FOR SALE: 3-pc. living room
auir, -pc. dinatta, ttv, rafri rafri-garator
garator rafri-garator Phana i-5161.
FOR SALE. I laathar uphol uphol-atarad
atarad uphol-atarad daYCnport with 2 laathar
upholstered chain, $40. Call
Kobb 6158 from 7:30 a.m. a.m.--
- a.m.-- 4 :iO-p jaw r caa ha aaaa ati
Hat 2501-1, Tamarind, Coco Coco-li.
li. Coco-li. .
POSITION OFFERED for Army
Seryic Club director!, tempora temporary,
ry, temporary, on Atlantic and Pacific aid,
(women), preferably tingle: be be-twean
twean be-twean agei 26 cad 40; United
State cirixen. Call Staff Seryice
Club Director, 7-5203? Snaei'!
Service, USARCARIB, Fort -Clayton
. ( 3
WANTED: Firat clau bilingual
clerk-typitt.' Excellent tat try.
Phone 3-33.l6r ; -. ) f
WANTED: Experienced tales tales-woman,
woman, tales-woman, partonality, bilingual.
Excellent talary. Phone 3-3316.
WANTED: Bilingual book bookkeeper.
keeper. bookkeeper. Present resume in Eflf Eflf-lish
lish Eflf-lish atating desired Starting sal salary,
ary, salary, experience and phone num number
ber number te Box 705, Panama.
Thomas Sellers To Head
Community Chest Board
In reorganization of the Cnal
zaiue uiuiuuuu; -iicm uuaiu ui
directors ai a special meeting ncia
in the Board Room of the Admi
nistration Building at Balboa
Heights last night, Thomas L.,Sel
lers, postmaster at Margarita,:was
elected; ehairinanf, 0) the botrd,
The election of a new chairman
followed the acceptance "with re
grets" of the resignation of Leo-
nard Brockman who is scheduled!
to leave the Isthmus at the, end
of this month, the ooard expresses
appreciation to Brockman for his
active leadership through the past
years and extended best wishes to
him in the future.
Sellers' first official act alter
assuming.theachairmanshiD was. to
receive the first contribution td the.
Community Chest fund this year,
a gift of $2,530.53 from the person personnel
nel personnel assigned to the Caribbean Air
Command. The check, which re represented
presented represented a sizeable increase over
last vpar.in tha tntal. mntrihntinn
to the Chest from 'the- Air Force
oersonneK was Presented bv Cart,
Robert Roman along .with a let-
ter from Col. Richard T. Lively, a series, at the National Thea-
jler, on Monday, July 30.
Roman discussed with the Chest,
officials the successful "one time"
campaign recently conducted by
Caribbean Air Command when the
goal was exceeded with twice
as many dollars being contributed
as in previous years in the course
of numerous individual campaigns
held throughout the year.
As initial plans for the 19:6 first number of this special pro pro-Community
Community pro-Community Chest were considered .gram, that will attract a large
Tuesday night, Arnold Hodgson, audience from the Canal Zone.
Executive Secretary of the Balboa .v?i.'nr,- ; i
Y.M.C.A.-U.S.O.. was elected to1 Tickets are already available
serve as first vice chairman and
to De in cnarge or tne annual fund
raining effort conducted by the
Prince Philberto de Bourbon, personal representative of famous
jewelers Yen Cleef and Arpels, arrive din Tocumen this morn morn-ing
ing morn-ing aboard Fanagra's EI Inter Americano from Nevf York
earrylntf Empress Josephine tiara and othee Jewels valued at
two million dollars. These Jewels wUl be exhibited in Panama
during the meeting of the American Presidents this week.
Prince de Bourbon also brought the conmemoratlve medallions
for presentation to the wives of the Chief Dignitaries.
FOR SALE: 1948 Bukk Read Read-master
master Read-master 4-doer tedan. Sea t ap appreciate
preciate appreciate beautiful condition and
appearance this eae-waer car.'
Albrook, Qtn 111. Phone 86 86-4279.
4279. 86-4279. FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Bet-Air 4-door station wagon.
Fully aquipped except radio, 1 0, 0,-000
000 0,-000 miles, like aew. Must sell
by July 24. Will sell te first
reasonable offer, Albrook 5219,
FOR SALE: Pontile, 6-cyl, hy
dramatic, 1948 model, A-l con condition,
dition, condition, $325. House 1582 Cala Calabash.
bash. Calabash. Balboa 2-4365.
FOR SALE: 1951 cream V-B
Ford Deluxe,. vrdrive, good
conditio. Phone Balboa 3260.
FOR SALE: 1950 Mercury.'
Must sell. First reasonable offer.
54-J Coco Solito. Call 87-514. .'
; FOR SALE:-1948P6nhac, good
condition, hydramatk. :M die..
Reasonable. Call Kobba '6 1 58 ;
from 7:30 a.sn.-4;30 p.m.' r,'
cart fca Seen at: House 2501,
Apt. 1; Tamarind, Cocoli..,. V
FOR SALE: 1950 Cbavrolaf 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, excellent shape. Balboa' 2 2-4475.
4475. 2-4475. -4
FOR SALE: '48 Ford, good me me-.
. me-. chanical condition, good uphol uphol-stery.
stery. uphol-stery. $250. Call Balboa 92-
1675 or Ft. Clayton 4231; 3
1 1 1 M
FOR SALE: Duty paid 1948
. Pongee Convertible, good top, ',
good running condition, $175.
Phone Balboa 2-2863.
Chest in behalf of, all approved
urganizauons.,wnicn Desire 10 par
ticipate- in a single, package
Tft succfdt J!
serving -aa !retar of the' Chest.
tne Doaratectea Ellis Facflett of
Paraiso, 'a Wng ime active bera bera-berof
berof bera-berof the organization. Two other
officers will continue to hold the
costs to which thev wera elected
earlier: William G. Arey, Jr., as
second vice-chairman and William
jump as treasurer,
The National Symphony Or-
chestra will commemorate, Hhe
centennial of Robert Schuman's
death, with the third concert of.
For the first time in 1W hlS'
Itnrv tViA nri'Viacti.a miU vlavivtti
a first-rate pianist, the world
famous Daniel Erlcourt, who will
interpret the beautiful Schu Schuman's
man's Schuman's Concerto for piano. He
also will play several works of
the great srenivA of the romanti romanticism.
cism. romanticism. The Symphony No. 3 to the
and reservations can be made by
leaning Fine Arts Department,
telephone 2-0258. ? i
BOX 2031, ANCON. CZ.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
PRIVATE CHARTER FLIGHT to
. Dallas, Texas, departing 9 Au August,
gust, August, returning 18 August, Round -trip
fare $150. For info and re reservation
servation reservation call Fort Kobb 8168.
SAN JOSE INN. fa San Jose.
Costa Rica, offers a delightful
: all-expense three-day tear ha
cool and beautiful Casta Rica for
$52.50 pe' pa"0" I" i'eups ef
. twe er mora people. For reserve-
j tions 1 sr information, write or
wire SAN JOSE INN, Sa Jose,
Costa Rica. -".Ai ?"'';)'.'''"
FOR SALE: Smith-Corona port portable
able portable typewriter and case, English,
like aew $65. May be seen at
Lewis Service), Avenida Tiveli
'No. 18-52. :r Vvt-v.
FOR SALE: 4-to weapons
carrier, 4-whael drive, duty mi4.
FOR SALE: Full length mink
coat, excellent condition. Phone
3-4633, Mn. Herman, P.O. Bee
501, Panama. .,
FOR SALE: Items of club fur fur-nrtur
nrtur fur-nrtur located at Fort Kobbe
NCO Club. Bids will be accepted
until 1200 heun 21 July, 1956.
Hot N.L Race
Erupts In Pair
Of Fist ghts
NEW YORK, July 18-(UP)-
The tension In the close Na
tional League baseball pennant
race ernnterl Tuesdav nleht In a
pair, of fights Involving Joe Ad-
cock of the Muwauir.ee uraves
and Duke snider of the Brook
u.Mi. m ain!.,nt4vii4 etrt
ibaseman,, chased wiry little Ru
ben Gomez, ew; XorK uianva
nltcher. fram the field at Mil
waukee after twice being hit by
thrown baseballs and exchanging
hot words. ;
'Snider, the Dodgers' star
eenter field, traded punches
with a Cincinnati fan, wht) al allegedly
legedly allegedly asked, "What's tbt
matter, Duke, havent yoa any
gnts?" The incident took place
after the Dodgers had lost to
al. .L-tM-l Y d 1ar A -1
Adcock was hit on- the -left
wrist In the second Inning by
Gomez, as he trotted to first
han h pnnld be seen making
remarks to Gomez. Suddenly the
n ants' rieht-nanaer wneeieu
and threw the ball at Adcock
hitting hint oh the left thigh. thigh.-Adcock
Adcock thigh.-Adcock took off after Gomez
whn smirrieri like a rabbit to-
marA the Giants' dugout. The
Milwaukee team charged from
it. rincrniit. after Gomez, but the
Giant players, the umpires and
County staaram pouce rusiia tu
Gomez' protection, ana maw
t a Inert order.
Both Adcock and Gomez were
ejected from the game.
The fan who berated Snider
at Cincinnati lost two false
teeth and was hauled Into court.
along with tne Dooger star.
According te Dodger players
and other bystanders, Ralph
Baumel, a 33-year-old electri electrician
cian electrician from Mason. Ohio, threw
the "no-guts'' taunt at Snider
as the. team was leaving the
ftr-lil after the e-ame. v
"Yes I'll show you who has
guts," Snider allegedly repuea.
Both principals : maintained
that the other threw theflrst
nnnrh Snider broke two 4eetn
in Baumel's denture. Dodger
coacn joe Bretcr iuwit
prevent lurtner iiswcuna.
. A A I. 11.1 .TtlVI
nrera t.nlntn tn the, DOllce station
where Snider pressed assault
and battery charges and was re
leased, r- The Ian: was reieaseu
on $300 ball.
Plan Dinner Dance
At Fort Davis Club
The Panama chapter of the
Quartermaster Association is
holding a cocktail dinner-dance
at the Fort Davis Officers Ciuo
from 7:30 to midnight Friday
Auc lo. All members and their j
mends are invited to De preseni.
The Ouartermaster Association
is made up of officers of the reg
ular Armv- National uuaru, ic
Organized Reserve Corps, select selected
ed selected civilian employes and leaders
The Panama Chapter was or organized
ganized organized In April 1948. present
officers are Col. W. R. Seymour
honorar nresldent: Cant Ned
R. Ash. nresldent: Major Jenis
C. McMillan. 1st vice president;
Donald Dickerson, 2d vice Pres
ident; A. E. centner, secretary
treasurer, and Anthony shatro
sky. chairman of the board of
! FOR RENT 1 KESOK IS
ApartmenlS -c. Want to enjoy a tew days ia
- .'. 1 ; climat? VUit the Country
ATTINT10N 6. LI Just- beilt Club Hotel ia "El Valle." Swim-
mara turaished apart manrs, I. .ing pe4, bortat, games, binga,
2 bedieam. hot. cold we tea. tvery Saturday.
Fheae Peaeata 1U94I. .
BEACHSIDE racetioa Santa CU-
F0R RENT: 2-bedroom apart- Shrspnel't cemfertabl. house,
mant ea Ricardo Aria Street, Pheae Thampwn Balboa 1772.
Camp Alegr. Bathroom, maid' i .
' ream, hot water, near Via ispa- Gramlick'i Santa Ciara Beech
aa. Phone 3-6S46 er 2-2341. Cottages. Modem ceaveniencas,
' TTZ : 1 T- eaedarate rates. Pheae Cembe
; FOR RENT- Modern house: I 4-441.
bedroom, apartments furnished.
er unfurnished, centrally located, PHILLIPS OceeaiMe Cettagea,
from $50. Via Parr 114.. ; Sente CUr. Bee 435, Balba.
" :; Pheae Panama 1-1177. Cnste
FOR RENT-. Apartments, one bal 3 1(73. .
and twe bedrooms, hot water. '" 11
scellent location, "Dvaut" FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
Building overlooking Hotel El beach house. One mile pest Ce-
Panama. Also office spaces. Call -sine. Phone Panama 2-1515.
3-5692. Apply at 2034 Sabeaas. .. 11,1 : T7.
, , -Baldwin's furnished apartment
FOR RENT: Furnished apart- Sent Clara Beach. Tele-
ments, military laapected. Screen- phone Smith, Balboa 3631.
d, I and 2 bedrooms Phone 2- ... ""
3065- r-' : Help Wanted
FOR RENT: Modern 1 -bedroom -r
apartment. Steve, refrigerator, WANTEDMaid. Mutt liv in.
hot water, air-conditioned. Cam- Housework, coohingi laundry, 2
p Alegr. Phona after 6 p.m. children. Phone Cursindu 4120,
3-4242. House No. 21B4-A.
FOR RENT- Completely fur- WANTED- expert cook. Small
nished apartment. 2 bedrooms, family. Vary good salary. Apply
air conditioned, television, etc. Federice Boyd 0-4-22.
Phona 2-3052 er 2-0170. ;
FOR RENT: CmpJtfy fur- CAP DCMT
aished apartment with refrigera- rVl lCll I
tor, stov. tc. Living rnom, bed- o
room, kitchen, balconies, wash-L UOOmS ,-
tubs, $75. Inauira personally, na aeuT .
Via Espane, bouse 2004, facing "J" l?l 'T Mm '"T?-
Juan France, 3 to 6 p.m. J-,,. 4,h 'Ju, Av,BU
: ...... e studios.,
FOR RENT: Modern apartment '"-.. . .
JJFhiSS: Wonted Position-
wrt,r' Cf" S- YOUNG AMERICAN (mat.)
' "jJ,i', emplpyment in Panama.
Wanted to Buy
lent managerial, s I s back-
i freuad. Contact BKT, Bee 134,
WANTED TO BUY: el. Panama.
ments, 15 meter beam antena.
Call Pandas, Panama 2-0600 er mmm
y 3-3479 efter i p.m. i;.
j WANTED- Cushman scooter or
I, meter, Phon Sgt Spark. 3-
7252. 7 a.m-3:30 p.m. 7
lizzl:.i3 J.,1. Rti;e vl : V
jGefs Added Starter U,
In Hoi Rochester s
NEW YORK. July 18 fUP)-
The tight International League
race, a battle between the Mon
treal Royals and the Toronto!
Maple Leafs for most of the last
month1iad am added starter to-day-i-the
Rochester Red Wings.
With Harry (Duke) Markeli
tossing a four-hitter, the Red
Wings downed'the Montreal Roy Royals,
als, Royals, l-o, Tuesday night- to vault
into first: place one-half game
In front of Montreal ane! the
Maple Leafs, who dropped a 9-3
decision to the last-place Buffa Buffalo
lo Buffalo Bisons.
The victory was the seventh
only recently was taken out -of
the bullpen by manager Dixie
Walker and installed as a start starter.
er. starter. What's more It was Markell's
second straight route-going per performance
formance performance and his best of the
year. The Red Wings shoved
over the only run of the game
in the second inning and Mar
keli held on in a pitchers bat battle
tle battle with rookie Frank White.
The Bisons broke a 2-2 tie in
the fifth Inning when Ed Mler-
kowicz nit a tnree-run nomer
and went on to gain the win
over the Maple Leafs with an another
other another four-run outburst In the
Toronto slipped from first tc
third and although tied with
Montreal in the eames-behind
cnlumn. trails the Pnvnle hv a
In the only other eame nlayed
the Havana Sugar Kings downed
the Columbus Jets. 4-0. as Rudy
Minarcin spun a two-hitter. Thej
victory was Minarcin's lOtn a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst five losses. A scheduled
game: between Richmond and
Miami in Florida City was post
poned because of rain.
New Chief. Named
To Head USIS
Voice Of America
WASHINGTON. July 18 (UP
Robert E. Button, former Nation-1
al Broadcastisg Co. executive, was!
named today as head of the TJ.S.
Information Agency's international;
broadcasting service. He will di-1
rect the operations of the Voice of
America as weu as the agency s
1954 Willys Station Wagon
in good condition. Price
$1,500 easy terms. Call
Eisenmann, phone 24505.
U. S. Trained
Corner "H" and Darien
Service Calls Till 10:00 p.m.
THE NEW AUSTIN 1956
: DESIGNED AND BUILT FOR
COMFORT DURABILITY AND ECONOMY ;
ITS COST AND MAINTENANCE IS THE LOWEST IN THE HELD
JUST ASK ANY AUSTIN OWNER!
THREE SIZES AVAILABLE WITH 4 OR 6 CYLINDERS
. ONE BLOCK FROM TIVOLI CROSSING
, FARMACIA EL BA1 URRO
Pareae Leferro 1 Street SI1ND1UM
FARMACIA VSAS" .rnw
Vie Ptrrw 111 -- ; ,.
NOVEDADES A THIS 12 WORDS
. Vm iiaaie Ave.
KOR RENT FOR RENT
FOR RENT: A new three-bed- FOR RENT-Or eptiea te maaT"
aeera i house with twe baths, Uv- ag the Chicago Bar on Central
ng-d.ning ream, belceay. hitch- Arenua and K Street. For inter-
en. Barege, maid's ream with matiaa Ageactas Tiveli, Camera
bath laundry, porch, bet water d Comerci Building. Phon 3-
MttallatHMi. Near Santuari Na- CUB.
eioaal. $125. Information: 25- 1
43 A" CMb fhw" 2'MIK K v :l WANTED
i I RENTs T2!$ ' Vs Aparhnints
keuse, completely tndapondent
; with seme furniture, water, light, WANTED: 1 -bedroom cem-
;J Am;,r.it" ""P1 wi," P,e,,y teraished apartment. Call
ch,ldra F Street, If Cantr. residence 3-01 10; office until 4
fe. Phone 3-5640. ; p.m.. 3-5379.; s i
HboVtir Says Communists Goal
Still To Abolish Capitalism
' v 1
FBI Eirector J. Edgar Hoover said!
today the "violent overthrow" oft
capitalism is still the goal of world
communism despite the Kremlin's
talk of a shift to "parliamentary"
tactics. . ...
He tale) .Russia's Nikfta.S.;
Khrushchev was referring to
restless Soviet satellites not free
nations when he told the 20th
Communist party congress lest
February, that "communism
could be advanced by parlia parliamentary
mentary parliamentary means.'!
Hoover said Khrushchev made
it' clear that promotion of revolu-
ns "P """ VuvcAT,m R number of esoiulist coutv
ments or me west remains ui'trio. th. dni n-r,.n. tu.
chief objective tit communism.
-AffB vaUon of class struggle connected.
General Wuuam FrThompkms saia with thi M inevithl"
the .dministration will continue to;1"1 infyable v
use every legal weapon against I In t the final analysis, Hoover
the "very real and continued said, Khrushchev was calling for
Heart Altack Fells
Oscar M. rSogandarest an em
nlnva in the NavKarion Division,
died suddenly at his home At 364-
D Ancon Bouievara eany ,ii"
morning. He was 43 yeard old. -Mr.
Sogandares was stricken ill
surldenlv. anoarentlv of a heart at
tack, and was pronounced dead at
2:25 a.m. on the arrival of a doc doctor
tor doctor from Comas Hospital. A call
to the hosnital had been made by
his daughter, and Canal Zone Po
lice also responded te tne eau.
Mr. Sogandares was born in Ta
brKa.-He had been employed by
the Canal organization for the past
11 years in the Marine Bureau.
Most of his service had been as
a SignaTman,: but he was transfer transferred
red transferred in 1954 as Maintenance Re Repairman
pairman Repairman at Thatcher Ferry.
. He is survived by his wife, Lau Laura;
ra; Laura; a daughter, Marcella; a son,
Oscar Sogandares, Jr., of Ancon;
his mother, two sisters and two
brothers who reside in Panama,
and a brother who is a resident
of Margarita. ; i ,.
A rosary service Is to be held
at 7 p.m. tonight at the Gorgas
Morruary unapei. A nigh requiem
mass will be held at 9 o'clock
tomorrow morning at the Sacred
Heart Chapel in Ancon, and in
terment will follow at Corozal
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Hoover and Thompkins. head of
the Justice Department's internal
security division, addressed the
annual meeting of U.S. attorney
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Hoover said Khrushchev's "pari
liamentary'.' remark was directed
at countries "where the Commu-!
nist party was strongly entrenched
and where, there Vas economic,'
political and social iMeciu-ity." ;
He quoted the Soviet party boss
as saying "There is no Doubt that
a return to oasic, Marxisi-L.enuv
of .world revolu-
' "Only when there Is unify ef
purpeee, a common understand understanding
ing understanding ef th forces which menace
evr free existence and an unwav
erine eteferrtiinetien te resist -thet.
mnc en there be real laeuri- :
ty' he said. i
Thompkins said the department :
will .continue to strike af, Commu- j
nist party leaders in TJ. S. areas
''where Communist 'influence and,
concentration Is strongesttH Par Particular
ticular Particular emphasis will t be placed:
on key industrial centers,- be said.
He said Smith Act proecutoni f
in Detroit, Pittsburgh, Cleveland
and St, Louis "materially ham-
pered and exposed". Red plans to!
infiltrate the steel, coal; iron, e-
lectric and automotive industries.
Funeral Services i
Funeral services for Cleveland
Rose, who died Monday in Santo
Tomai Hospital after a long ill illness,.,
ness,., illness,., have, been postponed until
Friday, awaiting the arrival of
Mr. Rose's nephew, Frederick
Rose, and his sister. Mrs. Olga
Rose Milne, from the United States.
Services will be conducted at 4
nm hr Archdeacon L. B. ShirleV
at Jardin de Pas where burial will
take place. ....
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood on TV: A dramatic tele telefilm
film telefilm headed for home screens is
an eyebrow lifter in the trick cast casting
ing casting department. Joan Caulfield
plays a wife whose husband stray
irom the field fireside in "The
Bank Mouse. The doll playing
the "other woman" is Joan's
sister! Betty Caulfield! . A
"British version of the $64,000 ques question
tion question pays only $5,000 for its high
est plateau. 1 But 'instead of a
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Today, Wednesday, July II
4:00 Feature Review -
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re-i
quests lasen ny pnoue
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5:35 What's Your F t o r It i
n-nn Tn h announced
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
1 REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Your Dancing Party
6:45-M ELACH RLNO MUSI
7:00-Halls Of iTyr?
7:30 VOA Report from U.S.
8:00 Music By Roth
6:30 Musical Theater
Chinese Reds: Send Tanks
To Quiet Lhasa Rebellion
NEW DELHI, July 16 (UP) a plot .to overthrow the, Cabinet,
The Chinese Communist have sei t Xcoalese oolitic si fearipr K i
Units and infantry to. the holy city Singh accused the Chinese of fo-l
oi uiasa in iiDei to aeep a reDe- mcning the conspiracv.
lion against Red rule in the east. sirgh, head of the United Dem.
ern provinces from spreading ocratic party,, said the Peinin
throughout the Himalayan mour- government wanted to overthrow
tain country, dispatches reaching the Nepalese regime lest the Ne-
here said yesterday,
The reperis of tanks rumbling
threvgh the street el Lhasa cli climaxed
maxed climaxed a series ef eteriea
brought ut by travelers from
the isolated religious state th.it
Tibetan mountaineers were in e e-pen
pen e-pen revolt against the Chinese
Communists. China took ever
Tibet as an "autonomous" pro province
vince province in 1951.
The dispatches reaching New
Delhi vesterdar said fighting rag
ed between Tibetans and Chinese
nalese go before the United Na
tiona to discuss China's "c o 1 d-
blooded murder" in Tibet
PR Convention Wag
Will Vote Quietly
For Ike This Year
Social an J Qllienvht
; (Continued From, Page FIVE)
Mr. And Mrs. KeenM .1
Mrs. Summer E. Parker and her
daughter, Lorraine, of Miami, Flo.
rid; are visiting frieds on the
Isthmus for the next four weeks.
Mn Parker and Lorraine are pre presently
sently presently visiting Mr. and Mrs. G.
Uroy Koonu of Diablo Heights, j
Theatre Guild Play I
Opens Monday i
"DetecUve Story," a thrilling
three-act drama set in a N.Y. po police
lice police station, is the latest presenta presentation
tion presentation of the Theatre Guild. Tickets
for the new play which opens Mon Monday
day Monday may be reserved bv callina
Mrs. R. E. Medinger at Balboa i
1368.. . .i -I j
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six consecutive nights. It is being:
directed by Mrs Adele Bettis and!
features a cast of over 30 piayers. i
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combined outmoded blunderbus blunderbusses,
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10:30 Cavalcade Of America
1 1 : 00 Jazz Till Midnight
12:00-rSign off. .::
we expected to get our money
back in three years. Now it looks
like we'll have it back in two.
British TV fans are swinging
away from BBC to commercial
programs. During the first month
of commercial TV, sales of sets
all over .England, jumped by 100
"I foresee no turbulent moments
in the Republican convention," he
said. "Everyone is going to vote
Virginia O'lrltn. who dead
panned her way to comedy star-!
uuut. mv iuvjux uiumg nuim war
banker, the 'show1 uses- Inspector! H,. hits" the TV, guesting circuit
Fabian'of Scotland Yard; to guard soon for a comeback trv. Kh s
' Producer Buck MeGowan, who
turned eut "Death Valley Days,"
iust told NBC a new series that
will star his young daughter, Mol Molly.
ly. Molly. Title is "Snow Fire"
fantasy about a girl and a white
now the mama of three childrt
. If you've been wondering
about one-time movie kid star
George (Foghorn) Winslow, the
10 year-old boy is starring in a
telefilm series, "The Eut-Up
Kids." '"Queen for a Day
becoming a 45 minute show may
be an indication of a hew trend in
time slotting. . It's a perma
DMit. mnvp tn ths TTnitsit Status
Now that MbM is in tne IViand eventual citizenship for ,"Myi
channel swim,- Robin Raymondi Friend Flicka" moppet star
want to know if Mairlon Brandotj0hnny Washbrook. and bis fam-
ana uienn rora win oe co-iar",ny, ne s the Canadian wonder
ring in "TV House of the August boy who plays Ken in the series.
Hugh (Wyatt Earp) O'Brien just
bought a novel, .''High andLow."
for independent film production.
It's a Ninotchka type yam about
an American cowboy star who be becomes
comes becomes involved in romance and
politics on a trip' to Russia.
Commercial television in Eng
land is the biggest .thing since Big
Ben. And its first lady TV execu executive,
tive, executive, Suzanne Warner, a former
Glendale, Calif., doll, it pretty
enough te be a TV star.
A one-time Hollywood p r ei a
agent, Suzanne went to London to
beat publicity drums for film
stars until she saw the handwrit handwriting
ing handwriting on home screens. Now she's
one of the directors of the British
Incorporated Television Program
Co., that produces "Robin Hood,"
"The Adventures of Sir Lancelot,'
Charlie Chaolin wen recognition
In the Movie Haft of Fame you
can be sure I didnt vote for. him
but the fellow who owns mere
than 50 ef Chaplin's early vintage
comedy shorts isn't so sure about
the comic making TV fame. He',
hasn't been able to find a sponsor
for .any of the shorts. v:
. This Is .Television, Mn. Jones:
Frank Love joy's wife, Joan
Banks, tested for the role of his
girl friend in "Man Against
Crime." the show replacing
Loretta Young this summer, "Not
the type," someone decided.
"She's too young looking to be
playing Frank's girl friend."
Tomorrow, Thursday, July 19
AJ. ? 1
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Club (requests takeni
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8:15 Church In The Wlldwood
8:30 Musical Reveille
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9:30 As I See It
10:0' Spins and Needles (re
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ll:05-Splni And N idles
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Music Of Manhattan
1:30:' jnr e Piovrs
1:45 Spirit if lh Vikings
2:00 Tex Beneke Show T
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Much-B 1 n d i n g-In-The-
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- Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye show i
3:30 Music For Thursday ,.
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5:35 What's Your Favorite
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6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer
6:30 Here's To Veterans ;
6:45 Cooperative Hour t .,
7:00 Goon Show 1
7:30 VOA Report from U.S.
8:00 Elizabethan Theater
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10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan Panama
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11:00 Concert under The Stars
for Eisenhower, a national hero
and a great statesman who has
given the United States a clean,
honest administration and kept the
Communist hyena at bay with wise
leadership in foreign affairs."
Romany said the u p r o a r he
caused in Chicago in 1952 marked
the most pleasant moment of his
political life, although he still is
"flabbergasted" by the n a 1 1 o n n-wide
wide n-wide reaction it caused.
, "I only exerted my Tight, to
put my vote forward correctly,"
terrain to keep the Chinese in a
state of combat alert.
One returning traveler told The
United Press in Khatmandu, Ne Nepal,
pal, Nepal, last spring that the rebels ac actually
tually actually overran one Chinese garri garrison.
son. garrison. A new Chinese military com commander
mander commander was reported to have been
biought in. .
Details of the new fighting were
meager. In Khan, men and wom women
en women between the ages of 16 and 50
were reported organizing to fight
The Beds are reported to have
asktd the Dalai Lama, Tibetan
spiritual leader, to send three of
his priests to tne easiern provinc
es to BDoeai for peace out tne
The dispatches said the priests
appealed instead for the release
of former Tibetan leaders now
held m jail by the. Reds. The Chi Chinese
nese Chinese promised to do so. hut
Drought m more military units to
7heVesenet tanlfV fcf Iha-'
f Was reported' to have caused1
even more tension. The situation
in the entire country was do
scribed as "disturbed."
Some of the turmoil In the te
ligioua, state, has seeped over the
Himalayan crags into neighboring
wepai. s .
After the Nepalese governmen
announced last week that it had
arrested 11 persons and smashed ban end Mount Gadjah
750 People Flee
As Smoking Cracks
Open In. Java Area
DJAKARTA.Indonesia. July 18
(UP) An estimated 750 per persons
sons persons fled their homes In terror
in central Java when laree fis
sures opened ip in the earth and. I
spouieo suipnurpus mines, re reports
ports reports reaching here today said.
'press Teports from- Semarang
said the smoking cracks, reach reaching
ing reaching a width of six inches, ap appeared'
peared' appeared' in the earth following a
recent earthquake. At the same
time, the reports said, there were
"subterranean rumblings" ori
ginating from Mount Tangku-
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WEDNESDAY. JILT 13, 1?5 - ; TZ2 fAXlM! AilZSICA AX tSDZTZStKKt DAttT KXTVSFAfCX .. FAG35
Redleg Righthander Has
.Chance To Break Record
19 Set By Rube Marquard
v By FRED DOWN,
NEW YORK, July 18 (UP) Brooks Lawrence's
,13 consecutive victories gave him the longest win winning
ning winning streak in the majors since 1949 today and an
outside chance to equal or surpass Rube Marquard's
44-year-old all-time major league record.
The 205 pound Cincinnati
Redlear richt-hander ran his per
lect season mark to 13-0 last
eight when he scored a 4-3 de
cision over the Brooklyn Dodg
ers. Lawrence touched off the
whining rally himself when he
opened the ninth Inning with a
double pinch-runner Jim Dyck
eventually scoring we decisive
run' when Ted KJuszewskl sin sin-glRWith
glRWith sin-glRWith the bases filled.
The 13 straight triumphs gave
Lawrence the 'longest winning
' streak by a plWher since Ellis
Kinder reeled off that number
Jar the Boston Red Sox In 1949.
Lawrence Is within three victo victories
ries victories of the club record set by Ew-
11 Ttlnrkvell in 1947 and within
six of the big league mark of 19
straight wins established by
Marauard In 1912.
Lawrence yielded a two-run
homer to Carl Furillo In the first
Inning and another run in the
seventh when the red-hot Fu-
Ello doubled home Duke Snider
uf the Redlegs tied the score
at 3-3 In the eighth- when roosie
frank Robinson hit his 20th
homer of the season. Robinson,
' Incidentally, needs 18 more hom
ers to tie tne Dig league mars:
lor a rookie set fey Wall? Berger
T h e victory, Cincinnati's
, ninth to 12 games with the
world champions this season,
moved the Redlegs to within
f one game of1 the first-place
' Milwaukee Braves, who bowed
i to the New York Giants, t-6.
. .The Braves-, had won seven
etraight games and the Giants
Jl&Jost sevejiMarow. ;
-mile Maya-double4. home
Jackie Brandt to break a 8-6 tie
In the 11th Inning and Hank
Thompson singled lor an lnsur
ance .tallv. Johnny Antonelli
picked up his ninth victory In
relief while Gene Conley suffer suffered
ed suffered the loss. Brandt, Bill -White
and Dusty Rhodes homered lor
the Giants and Hank Aaron hit
- one for the Braves.
I. Boiji Friend won his first game
stfice-.june is ana lzro or tne
vporvuhpn hetilt.nheri the Pltta-
butih'Pirates to 4-2 decision
oet,.the St. Louis Cardinals.
Dick Groat doubled home two
runs in the 10th to snap the Pi
rates' ..six-game losing skein and
hand the Cardinals their third
- Dob Hoak's third double of the
game followed by Gene Baker's
single enabled the Chicago cubs
to .gain a 16-lnning, 3-2 win over
the Philadelphia Phillies. Turk
Ltfwn- held tne Phillies to five
hits In the last seven innings to
win his fifth game while Jack
Meyer suffered his lift hloss.
Johnny Kucks oecame the
the New York Yankees beat the
Detroit Tigers, 4-0, and ran
their streak to 11 games. Kucks
allowed only one batter to
reach third base and coasted
after the Yankees touched up
Billy Hoeft for three runs in
the first inning. The win
stretched the Yankees' lead to
lOft games over the idle Clevei
Ted William j hit the 400th
homer of "his ,career--joirilftg
Babe Ruth, Jimmy Foxx, Mel Ott
and. lqu uenng in that wity
category to neip tne Boston
Red Sox whip the Kansas City
Atnietics, io-o ana l-o. wn
Hams' homer broke up a pitch
ing duel between Bob Porter-
field and Tom Gorman after
Tom Brewer coasted to his 12th
win behind a 16-hit Boston at
tack that Included homers by
uon Buaain. and Billy Klaus.
The Red Sox have won 10 to 12
games In their biggest surge of
. The Baltimore Orl61es8cored
two 5-3 triumphs that stretched
the Chicago White Sox' losing
sireax to 10 games and knocked
tnem into fourth place. Don Fer-
rarese hurled a three-hitter in
the first game and Bill Wight
came through with a six-hitter
in the nlehtcan to extend the
orioles' winning streak to five
games. v.-v.jV K.
YESTERDAY'S ST A P. HrnnV.
Lawrence of the Redlegs who
beat the Dodgers, 4-3, for his
13th straight victory of the sea season,
son, season, 1
7:00 p.nu Badgers vs Wildcats
8:00 p jo. Wolverines tj Hawk-
The Wolverines' downed the
Wildcats by a score of 43-38 in
last night's first game. Through Throughout
out Throughout the first three periods it ap appeared
peared appeared is '. If the Wolverines
would have an easy victory y but
the fighting Wildcats almost
turned the tables In the last pe
riod. With but two minutes tc
go the game was all tied-up. The
Cats then. feu apart and com committed
mitted committed quite' a few persona)
fouls which really cost them the
For the Wolverines, K. Morris
scored 14 points; R. Barbara and
G. Barbier scored 12 and 11
points respectively lor the Wild
In the second game, the
Hawkeyes handed the favored
Badgers a 39-20 set-back, thus
handily defeating them with an
upset. All throueh the same, the
Hawkeyes played the type of
ball which they are capable of:
but the Badgers did not come up
to par. ,.
At the half, with the score 18
9, it could be foreseen that an
upset was in the making. So it
was, that when the final buzzer
sounded, the Badgers had gone
aown in aeieat.
For the winning Hawkeyes
three boys played very well, and
also led their team in scoring
L. Reyes, L. Klrkland and D
Wlnklosky scored 13, 11 and 1C
points respectively, o. Suther Sutherland
land Sutherland scored 7 points for the
Badeers, who were unable to hit
continuously as they are capable
Sandy Hinkle Upsets Reynolds
In Tennis Tourney 1st Round
The box scores:
Sports Leaders i
scheduled to meet tomorrow at
7:30 p.m. at the Paraiso Gymna Gymnasium
sium Gymnasium to draft a nrnn-am nf anitivi.
ties for the 1956-57 fiscal vear:. ; Wolverines
Provision will be : made' for ttitU :"' . i...
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tmin, nl n !n U 1 ,1 1 . 1 TTn u 1 1 n v.
uuiu ifiauig, uaseuau, I line wnutuii, n,
WildcatJf ,, ,, it nf t
Barbara. R. ,t i 8 sjP ,5 1?
Klrkland. G- u .'.-! t 4 2
Cunningham, E. ., 0 o l r
t orrest, j. . . ... ..012 J
Corrtain, L,,.,, .. 0 0 ;0: 0
Barbier. G. .. .. .. I ..J0.11,
"ieele, L. .. .. .. 2 A 6 4
Totals 15 8 10 36
. THE LADY PACKS A VUAl i no t u. .u.
I ,v ill 8hooU .'J 5om?n al with impressive power
k". fl1al ""to ? Women Handball Chmpiowhip
, before a big crowd in Frankfurt The visitor Won. 4-8. in a
game which looks like a crosi between soccer and volley ball
For Isthmian Amateur Tourney
Sandy Hinkle, a newcomer td
the game of tennis, surprised
everyone when he routed seeded
John Reynolds in the qualifying
round of the Teenage Tennis
Tourney sponsored by the Dia
bio Gym. ..;
- Hinkle showed eood form and
cool nerves as he took Reynolds
in straight sets 6-3, 6-1. Playing
a aeiensive game au tne way
Hinkle concentrated on return
ing the ball and the long rallies
which resulted seemed to shake
Reynolds. who was obviously
uuig wj speca up ine game.
Nevertheless, Hinkle refused tc
be rushed and his tactics com completely
pletely completely confused Reynolds caus
ing rum to play the type of
game to which he wag unaccus unaccustomed
tomed unaccustomed and to eventually lose the
Other qualifying round match matches
es matches went pretty much to form
Eric Washburn took Jim Des Des-londes
londes Des-londes In straight sets 6-2, 6-3
Washburn was highly favored
yet seemed to have much more
trouble with 'Deslondes than! he
expected, but In the end Wash
burn i skill and experience were
too much lor the same Deslon-
Dann Wlnklosky had little!
trouble defeating Joe rhalmerc
In straight sets 6-3. 6-2. Chal
mers stroked beautifully but was
off his game and. couldn't stay
wun Wlnklosky. -;
At this point the favorite t.n
win tne tournament was Jerry
Clough from California. He won
his qualifying found match from
seeded Ed Scott 6-4. 8-9 sntt
bad a great deal of trouble con controlling
trolling controlling his serve and lost three
games in the first set on straight
double faults.. The fourteen year
uiu uiougn sat back and allowed
Scott to play himself right out
Scott VOlleved well hut. rnnld
j ii..,.-. . .
u very uiwe against tne pass
me ana anving of the young
Californian, Clough moved lntc
Editor! CONRApO SARC"ANT
St. Louis ; i 1
42 ;. 3494 8
, 43 .469 "11
45 .451 12
W-.'-L.? Pt Gl'
'rAS ;28;. 90
S. .46 .-3a- JB inu.
mston i4887 ;U54 llii
Chicago iuq ,7 coo t.7,
Detroit v tt
zi W0 I KBntoi s)l. a. v
1 TODAI'8 GAME
Brooklyn at. Cincinnati (N)
New York at Milwaukee N)
Pittsburgh at, St. Louis (N)
Philadelphia, at Chicago (2).
Philadelphia V, v J :
- 000 000 200 000 000 0-1-2 If '0
Chicago- s. ,.y. .;
; 000 000 002 0OQ 000 1 3 io V
Negray, R, Afifler; Meyet (6-5)
and Lopata. f.i ',-;
Kaiser, Lown (5-3) and Chltl
(St At fiamM UJ. .iiiA ''
Pittsburgh 001 100 000 24 11 0
St. LOUIS. -002000 00002 4 C
Isthmian golfers have taken to'a heat one undr nr 71. .t th P.Jh?"1."ian!..V1?uPtt .moveq
the fairways and the practice tees nama Club last week. 1.15? 'J? v.1 'funiT'
of U crouses since last week-endi Sandy Hinkle, the golfing ywng-L,wTf!i e mJftJR"ul ?arT
tii hlmn.nn the. t.m.. thJ.t A- f,zlt nT-trzx i. L Ti bar who had reached the first
. uu..u uj m uciuib in wic quoii I
lying rouna. He seemed improv improved
ed improved as he took Barbara in straight
I sets 6-2, 6-3". Barbara was also
league baseball, little leatru soft.
Dau tor gn-isr soccer, basketball,
track and HeW and weightlifting
win De ieamrea in me s p ot ts
A Pacific Side- Athletic Commit
tee will be formed to provide o-l
ver-au supervision of adult recrea recreation
tion recreation and to conduct annually a
sports day at Paraiso or Santa
Crux at the meeting. f;
Ail Pacific Side local-rate ath
18 7 10 43
ftrsi pitcher to win 14 games letic committee and sports leaders
wnen ne nuriea a six-nmer as 'are invited to the meeting. '-:
Ores Wckdjr tnm -.
., S:M t-m. .
21 (BLACK JACK)
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' is n" pf t
.42 1 10
16 7 4 39
Morris, J. .
Watson, J. .
DesLondes, Dr vr
Chanis, R. ,. ;,
Cosca, G. ., ..
forthcoming 1956 Isthmian AmaV past Junior Isthmian champion and
teur Championship which will get was a member of the Duke Uni-
underway Saturday July 28 at the versitv freshman tea n this lst
Brazos Brook Club. season, burnt un the Panama
lAUanhc side players were seen course, last Saturdav when he fir-
n w ri. Amaaor ana ranama
courses this past week-end while
reports from the Gold coast stated
that many of the Pacific aiders
were touring the Ft. Davis and
Brazos Brook links. This year's
tournament is expected to bring
out the very best of the local ama
teur talent and the winner is go going
ing going to have to play some real
big league coif. ': i
Par for the Brazos Brook course
is 72 as is. Ft. Davis and Panama
while the short but very exacting
Ft. Amador lay-out calls for a 68 68-th
th 68-th is makes par lor the 72 holes ex
actly 284 and it is presently being
predicted that the 1956 winner will
have to be either even par or no
more: than a stroke or two over
as it is expected that all courses
will be in excellent shape for the
event...': r. ;,
Dave Westman, the senior mem member
ber member of the present coifing fraterni
ty and past Isthmian champion shot
a favored contender, but 'could
not stop Clough's hard '"volleys
ed;a real professional three under
par 69 at the group he was play-j
ing wim. , ;
Sandy had lour birdies and one
bogey to accomplish this feat Word
naa aiso been received from Ver
mont that Doc Mitten, who ii v
cationing with familv ud there, in
keeping his game in top form and
recenuy captured one
oiuuuBiun. irac wm De on nana aacot in tneir first round match
E?i 1"J? ?.": Bot had. advance to
rr wuo. s me nrsx round W the winners
uuiuudu nui. vump. oracxet by v defeating Reeeie
ana overhead smashes,
in tne second round rof the
winners' bracket Cloueh meets
Eric Washburn in- what may
very well be the deciding round
wi uic buurnameni. -. .,
Washburn was this vear'i win
net of the Balboa High School
ox ;ue nig1 wjiiiua. wurney ana showed good
p 1 a y e d in form when he defeated Ray
9 2 13 2C
j "Km si
Along The Fairways
GOLF NEWS FROM THE
'.' By ""MO
Sliehtly behind.... On Thurj-I
day, July 5.' everyone 'gathered
up her flair with a determined
look. The flaor tournament was
on. I hear Marge Sewell's flag
got the heaviest Anyway, she
carried it' further and came ? in
first. Jeanne Morris was second
and Liz- JJadley was third. Bob
ble Hughes won the low putts.
'About caught up. . .On Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, 'July 12, It was a straight
medal play tournament with
three quarter handicap allowed
Svlva Carpenter took low gross
with an 86. Bobble Hughes was
first low net with a 76. Betty
Hayter, second with a 77. Third
low net went to Jeanne Morris,
also shootlns a net 77. C. Hunter
had the educated putter and won
tne low putts. ,v i. i
In The Majors
' LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 175 offk'al at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE M j
Player and Club r a r k pet
Bailey, Ciflcl. 63 202 34 67 .3321
Sc'dienst, N. Y. 57 200 27 65 .33C
MusiaJ, St. L. 83 313 47 103 .329
Aaron. Mil. 77 297 48 96 .323
Boyer, St L. 83 331 60 106 .320
Mantle,. N. Y. 80 295 76 107 .363
Maxwell, Det 73 243 51 85 .35C
Kuenn, Det 74 282 43 97 .344
Kell, Balti. 66 226 28 75 .332
Skowron, N. Y.' 66 217 33 72 J32
Kluszewski, Redlegs .....
Banks, Cubs ...... ;wv.
Robinson, Redlegs .......
Snider, Dodgers .........
RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yanks ........... 74
Musial, Cards ..... .70
Boyer, Cards 64
Wertz, Indians .;.;.... 63
Simpson, Athletics ...... 61
Mantle, Yanks . . ...... 76
Yost, Senators ........... 62
Robinson, Redlegs 61
Boyer, Cards v. .....v...- 60
Snider, Dodgers ......... 58
Lopez, Athletics ......... 58
r 1 n T j
inuDiiu, iarus ....
(Based on 9 Decisions)
On time. .. On Thursday, Ju
ly 19, there will be loads of
Oh No's." You're nlaying from.
the men's tees, ladies. However
full handicap Is allowed. Now
that we think of it, there are
only five holes that do not have
senarate tees. Anvwav. here's
wishing you perfect weatherand Buhl. Rrtivps ...11
tne best HI golfing. Ford, Yanks U
Lawrence, Redlegs . 13
Brewer, Red Sox . ..12
Sturdivant, Yanks .... 8
Kucks, Yanks 14
Barnes,, the G.L.froin, Ft Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be is at the top of his game and
expects to be up' among the lead
ers, inese leuows alone with such
other stand-outs as Anibal Galin-
do, Brazos pride; the Riley broth
ers, George and Jim: past cham
pion Vinnie Lombroia; Panamas'
mignty-mite, Jaime de la Guardia:
Charlie McMurray; Rey Valder.
Tony Jankus, Al Corsale, Marie
Mueller, and several others who
could well be the tournament dark dark-horse
horse dark-horse will certainly provide for
real golf tournament.
The committee wishes to an
nounce that the perpetual loving
cup aonaiea By me Gibraltar Lue
Insurance Company through the
courtesy of its local aeent Jim
Ridge, along with ..the individual
cnampionsnip trophy is now on dis
play in Mercurios window on Cen
Entry blanks are now available
at all Isthmian Golf Clubs and
players; wishing to compete must
complete same and it in to the
management of their local Club
with the required $3 entry fee no
later than wis Sunday, July 22 by
Friend (12-8), Face and Foflesf4??
; Wehmeier-(3-8) and Katt
30 53 -.361 275
, TODArs GAMES
Chicago at Baltimore (N)
Detroit at New York (2)
Kansas, jcity at Boston. 1
. Cleveland at,w,ash.. (2, T-N)
Detroit .-o00 600 000-0 8 1
New York 300 001 OOx 4 n n
v go" l-7). Maas and House.
Kucks M-4) anfBerra,,
(Twilight Oame)Tfc -
Chicago .000 002 010-3 6 C
BalOmore t 113 000 00x-5 12 1
Keegan (2-5), McDonald, La La-falme,
falme, La-falme, Kinder, .consuegra and
Wight (5-7) and Tri'andos.'
(Night Game) i : (NIght.Game)
Brooklyn 200 boo inols in. n Chicago '. 000 000 mist
Cincinnati 200 000 011-4 I6..tsa9-'::'M lOOiOx-i 11' r
Koufax (l-2), LablneandWalkJ
er, uampaneila. -v,
Lawrence (13-O) and Bailey.
(Night Game) we-vwr. '
N. Y." 000 301 110 02-8 M t S
iwiiwau. ziu nnn 300 no in o
oomez, Gnssomi'. w 1 1 heir
l.rn1l i.L.iu ----.n
Z, uw"cia i-uy ana sar sar-nl.
nl. sar-nl. Westrum. .
Crone, Conley (4-6) and Rice,
NEEDLES ON GRASS ?
OCEANPOHTj NX:2j-kv k "C'
Hugh Fontaine nlana tn mnrt xr..J
dies on the Monmouth Park turf!
course m preparation for rieh
grass events at Atlantic ntv ii
in ,- r
Harshman (6-6). Stalsv.'
suegra, Kinder arid Lollar.
(Nlght Game); .
CTeverand. .Vt Washipfefon -,
(Pdstponed rain) ;
(TwlllphS Am.i Mm&,:-, --1
Kansas City OOQ OOO OOO-t'O 4
Boston ' 022 004 20x in in
VFW Teener All-Stars
Play Rlf Pony tyguers
in tne last qualifying match
played, John. Maduro defeated
Dean Washburn 8-6, 6-4. Madu Maduro
ro Maduro was favored to overwhelm
nwuuura, ous piayea a very
shaky match and had a great
deal -of' difficulty beating the
Albert Calvo advanced to the, n..L
first round In the win.. to Hershey,- Pa, next
bracket by virtue of a default
He will meet Danny Wlnklosky
game at the Panama Olympic
Stad'nm Is scheduled to get
underway at 7) p.nu The VFW
Teener; All-Stars, who will make
baseball 1 Ricardo vr.n4.
m nis next match and this
promises to be a very interesting
contest -- "' 6
K was previously announced
that this would be a round-robin
tournament, but due to the
large number, of rnntpstonto
tered it was changed to double
c '"ii,"011' 1111(1 80 w the com competition
petition competition has been fast anrf furi
ous. A rundown on thi week'
Second Ronnd Winners' Bracket
month, wBI be battling the Po
ny League All-Stars of Panama.
Jerry Cloueh is wto wichK,
. M WIJUVU4U
r rs Kouna winners' Bracket
jjanny wmklosky ; vs Albert
Sandy Hinkle vs John Maduro
First Round Losers' Bracket
Gene Richter vs Joe Chalmers
..j v,ui ncjfu-
Jim Deslnnrlp. i ean.iJ t.
den v,-6S"? xrnjr-
Flrst Round Supplement Losers'
,Ed Scott vs Raul Barbara
REV R&COt v nrlnn..
HOME FREE My, Babu stands
before bis new home at Spend Spendthrift
thrift Spendthrift Farm, Lexington. Kv. The
U-year i old French Stallion,
which came from Ireland, is the
first to fly directly from Europe
io ihe Blue- Grass. He-was- pur purchased
chased purchased for $650,000.
To Hold Meeting
Monday In Balboa1'
Tae next mtttna r.i t
, --o va vue A 9 i II-
S qutme.n c,ub wi" be held
at 7.30 p.m. Mondav Jnlw -r .t
the American Legion Club in Bal
boa. n.i ,.: .- .... .. ..
Besides the regular business of1
mo viud, acung president Bob
itfwin nas persuaded Sgt G. J.
Potter, one of our club members,
tO give US a talk On the nr. .ml
regulation of the Div-Air diving
Tnat Is an interesting subject to
the person who owns vsinahu
piece of equipment like a lung,
and this meeting should see a full
house including any visitors that
mi oe interested.
Club members are' reminded
that there, is one diving lung to
dispose of f the-Club's best in interests.
terests. interests. Interested members
should contact Jim Thompson, Jr. I
at 4-17&-C -3-3253 after- workine
house. .''. 1
The fund being raised to send
the VFW team to the States to
compete in the National VFW
Teener Baseball Tournament will
be swelled by proceeds from to-
Royal Crown Cola Comnanv
of Panama will furnish lights
ior me game ana baseballs will
be contributed by 1 Lou Glud's
Sport'ng Goods Store. Price
admission fc 25 cents and
The complete rosters of (he
two teams foUow: ;
VFW V ALL-STARS r Bill Gib
son, lb-p: Pete: Corrlcan. 2b-:
Norm Pedenon. ss-3b: Frank
p; Hernan Arias, p; Ai Aide
de Aide la Torre, (utility),;.
laid Quofef S
To Ibsej lop Players s
?y HERBERT MOliw
COLON Firhtln hajv
ft tor the final round of
the Panama Basketball' League
dfiendmS tampions Ches- -terfield
received several Jolts to
their lasplrations with the
knowledge thev n
have lost lour of theif top play players.
ers. players. Two will be lost because of
illness and two are lea vine the
Isthmus. -' ' :: ;
Fernigottl, ss-cf; John McGraw,
er; corbln McGr'ff, If-cf: Geo
Barbier, cf-p: Morgan Schock,
ci-p; .Joe Godsey, cf-p.
(Don HUmnhrevs. John En
gelke. and. Ted. Webb, other
members of the VFW team, have
aireaay ten lor tne U.S.)
PANAMA PONY LEAGUE ALL-
STARS; Tito Sanches, lb: Bob-
ny fcvans, ib; Santos HurUdo e;
Luis Gonialet, c: Loo Klein, 2b;
Gonsalo Garrido. as:. Inocencio
Aguilar, 3b; Daniel Herrera, 3b;
at Francisco Chaeon. sa: Rorelio
Wilson, ef; Gustavo Aliamora,
cf; Lionel S'nclair, cf; Luh de
Gracla, pj Victor Montero, p
Today Encanto 35 20
Double In Cinemascope I
' Lana Turner, in -"RAINS
Sheree North, in -The
Lieutenant Wore Shirts"
Today IDEAL 30 .10
i Tin-Tan, in ?
"EL HOMBRE INQUKETO"
' Lllia del VaUe, in
.."AM, Yicnea Los Gorrones".
Isaac Peltynovieh. the travel
ling, singing center, will fly to
the States to make several tele-"
vision appearances with his col college
lege college glee club and will be lost to
the team lor about live to seven
days. Pelty postponed another
trip to San Salvador to make his
television appearances .This
means that pelty may be lost to
the team when they play their
most important games. He leaves
sometime next week.". ,..
The other top player to he
missing Irom th- Smoker Five
W Geortre Sewell. the skinner.
Sewell was a last-mloute-replaee.
ment lor peltynovich on the all-
Central American -hasketb all
This team comDrislnN of the
best players from Costa Rica.
Guatemala. Honduras, San Sal Salvador
vador Salvador and Panama, will be In an
International series wh'ch be begins
gins begins late this month., The dis distinction
tinction distinction of coaching this team
goes to Agustus Kam of the first
place Gallito team. -.
Chesterfield has made only
one adjustment In order to tiff tiff-set
set tiff-set this shuffle, the addition of
Frank Doran to their roster. De Despite
spite Despite the roster shuffle. It Is the 1
Consensus that Chesterfield will
classify for the final srrles, be
finalists and be crowned champs"
inmar. M-U). Cflmlan and
Ginsberg, ? (?lw ,no:
Kansas City; 000 OoVtolttf r 7 0
Boston OOaooiOOx 1 n
Gorman (l-l) ahant Vehne,.
and Thomnson.: '.
iv. Porjberfield, (;-81..and Daley.
Cecillo TLoni? John1. Wlllinm
will be out for-the .rest nf the
season with- an afling back while
rcugeuo AiKman may be out lor
the rest of the year. It is proba probable,
ble, probable, however, that Aikman may
be back on the floor- before the
final game, depending oft j how
soon and how completely he re-
Ammirati, 3b; Charlie rnch.lP? Jr0ra ? ntfl
p; Charlie Chase, ?c; Lulgi "t"?, $ ,unae Jnis---.
WEDNESDAY JULY 18, 1958
UrsXMtSo Old Pro Mas To
No. 5 ;
TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
f J s (NEA Telephoto)
TH. KFTFESlI BAXTER Mrs. Charjene Bauer, wile .ox Jew
wno nr."" ; pauer hav two other cMdren., s M
'"' By; Victor Gray
With the 1956?AU-8tar gamfl now history ud'OWf Stengel
still unable 10 emerge as the. wtoniag manager
h New YdrJt Yankees, conunueo wnere wr rr
SfSiSrtSi ass .oasasss sus
ones double defeat on the slump-
v '' :' -'J'- ..V-. '.ii '.w-
-Big man of the ween was Boswn wa f; hnried
' Also' of great Importance to local fans was Wally Burnette's
the rifuaic He came back later to snut out veuraw
imoi ,tVt 18 toTwltb the belp of Don Elston.: Speaking of
; v& the likeable righthander-of the Smokers is having one
5WLS2SSftlUi St. Paul of the American Associa,
tion, Don has only lour wins to snow in somo Uc.
By HARRY GRAYSON
nrYQIYVU mrl fcnino Ynm
new xorr. to Boston, you iiy over
the Blue ,Hill Golf and Country
Blue Hill's acres are a fair test
for, touring shotmakers with stam
inn' in the SHth Professional Coif
er's Association Championship,
July 20-24. The well-trapped lay
out ix rut thrnueh 'woods. so Us
6,634 yards' demand accuracy all
the way along the route, especial
ly in suaaen aeain maicn piay.
Par ia 3ftL7k
Mawr league baseball sends
dtirlrmit rprmitJl .in itn All Star
Game, but comparative peagreens
art aqueezea on oi me run
which really should be the capital
nriie at tha money : Bolfers. has
In he won bv in old ore.
He ooes not nave 10 comem
with such bnght upstarts as Gene
T.ittlar Mik Snurhak. Arnold
Palmer. Dow Finsterwald, .Dob
Fairfield. Uud Holscner. von, J an
uarv and Bob Rosburg, to name
those who come to mind ounana
however, beaded by the five most
recent champions uoug i ora,
Chick Harbert, Water Burkemo,
Jim Turnesa ana the inevitable
Samuel Jackson Snead, the latter
playing with a healed left hand
which popped a bone early in the
Canada Cup Hatches at W e n t-
. Ford, hotter1, than insufferable
at Meadawbrook in suburban De Detroit
troit Detroit a year ago. copped his first
major tournament in his first try
witn a new puuer ,ne naa maae
Up. t -5" ft. 'vrrS'iV.
t Notable' absentees :are Ben tio-
gan and Dr. Cary Middiecoa. xne
PGA was the first thing the in incomparable
comparable incomparable Hogan ever chucked
kina oltnopthor inn tnueh. Dr.
Middlecoff made up his mind that
he had enough last year, when he
succumbed to the hard bitten
Ford. 4-3. In the 36-hole final,
The PGA called tor even more
durability then, for after ouallfy ouallfy-inir
inir ouallfy-inir itinnaUv- the; stronff arm
men had to do it again via 36
holes at the- battleground.. That
made it a seven-day show, instead
of the current live a ,
Without golfer having to earn
" "V t f v-v f
j IS; vk
S .5 ; ..ff:.; si
! f' : P
1 h : f
V .; f&w$l ill
..! I f nii Walter
DISTANCE MEN Done Ford, left. take his beat shots at defending the PGA Championship.
. n .. ln. ft.. UlkhaMu Klr f tnnr Pnrk-w fit flKvlvr i
Waller BurKemc, center, is quo ui wi J
the home professional and a definite threat. ; ;
i EJTERPLAYGROTJND :
; r BASKETBALL. ;
tast Friday the V, "D" and
'A" Leagues from cristooa
nin-odH host to" the Margarita
v ----- -- .
League teams, in me iirau gie
of the morning Margarita's -a
league defeated a much improv
ed Cristobal "E" league by we
score of 28 to 24. AU the Marga
rita team did, tnetr snare oi
was high point man for Cristo
bal wnn n pom
in the second game Crlstoban
league defeated Margarita
by the score bf 27 to 23. The high
point manfor Margarita was
Cronan with 12 points. While
Jeffrey Leon was high 1 point
man for Cristobal with 11 points
. in the last game Cristobal's
"A'Meague took the game by the
score of 48 to. 38. in the first
half both teams played evenly
argarlta "D" League f 'wen is a
v .V:;.: o o Denies Saying ?hUdren
By JAY HEBERT
Writtan for NEA Service
. "i .-
Mri-' avitriffc pnlfprn have
mortal fear of slicing and slice.
foor looiwora is ine m a j o r
cause. Good footwork finds the
right knee, nnintine in front of the
ball during the downswing.
ine average gouer slices De-
cause he does not turn properly
off the ball.
He nicks uo the club with his
hands in such a way that they
produce a sharp, rather than a
The key to the drive is a good
turn. A faulty grip will prevent a
man from turning correctly. A
fault at the address, whether it
be in the grip or in the stance, or
in the position oi uie arms, win
not Invite a proper turn.
These errors lead to slices which
harass Kolfers of all degrees of
skill, including professionals.
HereV A Rookie
With A Reason
For Making Good
CINCINNATI (NEA) The! The answer to the slice is to iis
Reds siened an 18-vear-old Ditch- flood professional advice. MW
er who figures, to, be one of the movies taken of yourself.
more, .ambitious youngsters to
come along in some time.. I In this way you tee your tni
He is Lee Owen, no-hit special- takes and what is causing the a
ist who just graduated from As-erage man's bugiboothe slice
kra PpV Ml Hioh Vnuns iV. j ,x 1
right-hander with two; neat: sneiiey wiayneia m im
, ,. .: ... v derclubbing. ''. .. '.-'1
t . : i
work spells slicing. Pr"'
footwork Bnds the right kt
pointing la front of the kail
during the downswing. J...V
9 5 4 23
Cristobal 'A" League
Withour olfr havhig toeara t Cristohal taking the edge
the right to go on kt he site, thrt" maitet. John Bracklns
ruA rema.ns.we wooi uweu nanny Concepclon were
Detroit. .- :
, f f
; 60 ...
28 j 1
Tha iPft rftmnatarus on
ermunAu mi. thi AlltJafit COTTiDGte
ia Knl rftiinH .Tulv 20. That
leaves 64 for the morning of July
21, 32 in the anernoon ia doi
round. The remaining 16 compete
at 18 holes in the .morning of Ju-
' season'a totals are as follows;
316 -31 171 316 31
26 .V.687-. 478
35 .563 411
Detroit. . .' .81
3137 5792 819 3137 5792 619
(Includes games of July 15)
- NATIONAL LEAGUE
y' The potent bludgeon of Big Joe Adcock emerged last week
t9 haunt the faltering old men from Flatbush as the Milwaukee
Braves made a clean sweep" of a crucial four-game series be be-5
5 be-5 iween these two dubs., The big first baseman contributed four
. circuit smashes and by the closeness of the scores, proved to be
the decisive lactors. The Bravea by winning all six of their
games last week, captured the weekly honors, and now lead the
, National League by two games over thelr nearest rivals, the
Cincinnati Redlegs. ,- ,
. Tha rwioprm are five full fames off the Dace and the way
things look irom this corner, time has run out on last year a
champlona. St Louis Cardinal came to life, copping, four of
the five games in which they r.ftrtlcipated. Meanwhile, Eddie
Mayo'a Philadelphia Phillies continue to be the perennial thorn
in the sides of the top teams, theiu latest upset being their
" sweep of a three-game series with the Cincinnati Redlegs
7 knocking that club off the top rung 'of the National League
Bracklns; J., .,
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Hause, D. ., ..
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CINCINNATI. July 18-(UP)-
Pitohpr Turn t3twfifimbl'n denial
that he called National Leaue
nmnlr. "enitlMS" nvefl : nirn
from a possible suspension and.
r'H'ie tonoy mv put mm iirw n(
5 iShw ntt w!h H8-balI writer?
;' 18 12 10.48
Margarita fArt LeaguV
tflllKU UV" AV uawKW V r,
Hwitn lo pomw eaca KODneti -i
Man man tar Marnania witn w .w..v.,
...--. v - rrntt t ......
Cristobal League ?
vit.-:;-.-.-".-: pr ft pf
fHattserl R. .-1 :i 73 2
ly 22, which Is Sunday, ihe eigWH Duhon, 3,
IClfc fcUillft w w., "7- ;
.!t.rnv,n Th upmi-finals. July Bonzoumet.' L.
23. and the final. July 24, are at Harrington, M.
36 holes. .... Blair, J.
so. II It zoes riEDl UOWll w uic Leon, u. . ,. ...
last shot. 'the-winner -will nave smith, R. .. ;,
played 162 exacting notes rn nve
days. That's a lot Of legworE un under
der under trying conditions- and more
often than not in egg frying-on-
41 A nnuamant hOOr..,.'-..-
Prize money is $40,000 with .the
winner collecting $6,000 and wnat wnat-ever
ever wnat-ever he acquires in bonuses,; en-
J nwim .nit innBTiniM. J.
uui bciucuh -rr-- -
Galleries anouia-oe wemenaous
in suburban Boston because this
is the first major tournament in
the area since 1931. .
D,.irv f.h niivpr the new
home pro, threatening not only m
the firing line, dux as one oi a
merica s more gracious nosm.
v Newcombe was ordered t
ppneur efpr Nat'onPl Le?"e
Presid-nt farren C. GUes
vesteri'sT bere he mn cor
fronM with hn remarks "I
ra" the umnire a bunch of
rnt?s hrnu and you can
PIo1' N?wk rronint'v
SATINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHlY
THRU THE jRONlNG HOUR!
tht BIG ironing
nid in f he liff box.
, Croft.. R
-i ) a
s ft s ir' PI','N?wK rromnt'v stTid '8
5 0 li 10 ,tfltp,nent. wb',h r"es bM n"e
16 6 16 sr.
Mart arita "'
Wilder .. :.
Haverson ., ..
MILWAUKEE. "Wis. July 17-
CUP ) The Milwaukee Brave?
have '.purchased the contract of
catcher Toby Atwell from Mia Miami
mi Miami of the International Leacue
!Rraves general manaeer John
5 ,28,Qulrvn said tonight.
inured nd wMch be cnricludo-'
with th words:,"! emobatlcar'''
eny th"; T e'""' n,d'ar' wich
thlr. T i'" say that or
anything like that."
nH tn Vwromh(. In a TTnlted
Pres kf"rv puhituhed in Clndn-
p'ti.-fnf cn'caeo aate nn"
The "ntted "rew rorresnondt
traein. wiw tue rmaeers. re"1 re"1-rated
rated re"1-rated roda tht Newnnihe d'd
ake the remarks attributed tc
Cristobal ."D" League
... Pg Pf V
Leon, J.' .. .. 5 1. 2 11
Duhon, G. .. .i. 110 3
Atropll nlttve4 mHYi the rhirn
go Cubs and the Pittsburgh Pi
v The me remarks abo wen
Carried correnondnt wHh i
threw different New York city "J
' In the face of Newcombe's pi-.'
ternaMva of denylne his remarks
or he'n nT1sbed. arh of the
go Cubs ud i t Prh P;U0rrespondenU involved stated
rates and ha a lifetime major n.y that NewcomM
kague batting average of .265 mad the arkg t0 them each
He ia 32 vears old. bats left and .,. u. .jj.i trnm
2 2 oimrows rigm. the bl? burler that "you can
" I' Qulnn said Atwell will relieve ote me
11 5 9 27 Del Rlcer the only experienced
Last week's play:
6t. Louis. .
G. W. L. Pctr
, 6 0 1.000
. 6 4 1 .800
, 6 4 1 tW
6 3 S .500.
.72 '5 .286
,5 1 4 .200
; 5 0 -.jOOO;
Beasoa'a totals r
190 421 39 190 421 i 39
- St. Louis.
By BEANS REARDON
I Yeara in National Leanue
Written for N E A Service
QUESTION: A right handed
niifher i hroucht in. He faces one
batter. The next is a left-handed
batter. The v manager shifts the
pitcher to first base and brings in
innthnaw After the hatter is
disposed of. 'he switches the first
relief hurier oaca to uie mounu.
Is the pitcher entitled to. another
warm-up pi eight tosses ay
Goldman. I s
A.-w. Y.I -r w
0. With two strikes on him, the
ho. mr iwinM at a halt which
bounced before the catcher catch
it The batter beats. tne eaten
er's throw to first, base. -What
gives? John Scoot. ;
A. Tne Barter it en ease, na
must ba, thrown out fust at
though the catcher muffed a
a Tn the Utt text iri' hi
there been a major league pitcher
who has not started a game?
Bob Rudese. -, f
A. Hoyt Wilhaliri ef the Giants
has net started ball game In
Mm nun aa a maiar laaouar.
A WiiW tmn nnt in tha lat half
of the ninth inning, the batter sin-
s es and moves to uura case on
another hit. He scores the win.
ning run on a wild pitch. Ia it an
earned run? Bernard Overbolt-
A. Yea. ; n
TOTALS. .V .314 314
3827 3364 582 2827 5364 582
, BRIGHTEST ATHLETE
Tickle Dick Maierle compiled the
mgnesi point average oi any nar-
nnattA athlpta 3 S mil nf a nniisl-
: take ;
": V'UW -' 1
catcher on the roster since Del
Crandall'a injury forced him to
- tl.il .tnf.ia I
Atwell will loin the club at
,j, jiv ..r-l
New energy and strength for youl That,
Is the result of taking Phosferine every
day. You will have stronger nerves,
better appetite, a keener brain. Signs of
weakness will vanish and you will enjoy
life. Get Phosferine now .
V 4,11 n ,ji fa U,' X
1 FISH POULTRY
VEGETABLES FRUITS JUICES
BIRDS EYEcjuick-fr07.cn foods are farm farm-fresh
fresh farm-fresh and flavorsome. Grown exclusively
for' Birds Eye, these ready-to-serve
quick-frozen Birds' Eye foods are care-,
fully selected, cleaned and packed to'
meet (op-grade U. S.'Food Standards.
Enjoy your favorite fruits, vegetables
fruit juices, fish and poultry, all-year
'round regardless of season. '
Stock The Best; Get some today 1 Mostid Jidoos
aa BZ3 cn r
(Games of July 13 included)
uv.vw -- r
Die 4.0 Ja eiecincal engLneering.
A !!-S fats
s I 3
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story on page U
Secret Probe -On
ntWAT SERVICE DISRUPTED BY WATER Workers shore up doors at the Eighth Steet;
station of the BMT subway in New York as they try to eut off the flow of water pouring in;
" from the burning Wanamaker building. Water poured on the blaze cascaded into two arteries
" of the subway system, knocking out one part of the East Side line for at least two weeks.
s Some 500 000 subway riders were forced to find other means of transportation. .-.: v
j NY StraphangersSwtjn
Fire-Flobded Subway Jams
Drab Old Bloomers
01 British Mts
Mil v viiwk intxr ik 1 1 r i sinj.inni kli uuiidiiKKis tu mm bilgi- . . r .. .- -
kers swe-through another J TLTAZ
t.iihmat -inm vpcfprnav as a result lamiueu uuier buuwatmiucs u u t .. r. :t
m fit a thaf ffiitfpri thp n In John buses. 1
'Vi e e- . ...
,r -1 j a t r a Thrt its m UActarHotf nir
mj:- ti.. 4 4k a m a.m nrnmiGAfl vntvWitiD irv A cnKuau otuarne
' nhe transit trisis would be over under ,orana umtrai -terminal,
'.by the weekend.; ,hut there was less of a press yes-
t ; 'v j terday. Only two persons collaps-
i Mayor Robert F. Wagner said ed in the muggy underground this
full service would be restored morning, as compared to 16 Mon Mon-quickly
quickly Mon-quickly to a flooded, buckled sec- day. - v ,
"tion of Manhattan's main, East; Orderly crowds; (ammed West
Side subway line tanking Wall side subway lines at the morn
ing rusn nour wnen hundreds of
ment yesterday that British serv-
TfmrA ice women may discard then drab
ui mourners uu uujr uiiuy uu-der-clothes.
- v t
trwt and Grand Central Termi
nal on 42nd street.
Tho Astor place station under
VWanamaker's was filled with
water used to fight the 33 hours
t blaxo that burntd out tht 4.
I year-old store building, on which
demolition work had boon start started.
ed. started. ;. t, -!:..
it As a result of the flood, service
from Brooklyn B ridge to 42nd
street was halted on- the Inter-
The announcement betore the
House of Commons was hailed as
a solid new. triumph for women s
rights. i a
The war minister said that from
now on the War Department would
issue an allowance for feminine
underclothing and let the' girls buy
flimsies of their own choosing.
Previously British WACS and
ttoutands of riders sought to
void crippled East Side service.
The 509 police assigned to vital
subway points reported that' this other service women had to wear
morning's throng was "bigger but government issue bloomers. The
less contused wan tne crowd or girls complained they were
communters seekmg alt r a t 'square:, and -Jacking in frills,
trasportatioa yesterday;; ,f 1 r :.!. J&S.'t'-.'. 1
Their cause was chartDloi
Tge-Dame Irene Ward, a Conservative
"They seem to know- where theyt
are going today.aid Lti
Cunningham who v was on duty
a j member of Parliament. "I'm glad
borough Rapid Transit System's the Grand Central Station subway .this battle has been successfully
Lexington avenue line. This left1 platform..
concluded,", she said.
TODAY COLOSSAL RELEASE
C E X f R A
IM7I1- nMv Wli
A Universal-International Picture
) : ',;
GEOIME SANDERS : :
Directed by JERRY HOPPER Screenplay by CHARLES HOFFMAN Produced by ALBERT J. COHEN
Based on the screenplay by BRUCE MANNING, JOHN KLORER md lEONAftMK? I V ;
From the Play "Come Pfimi Megtio di Prinn by Luty Pandeno ' -t-,
'Let the people knote the truth and the' country is $afe Abraham Lincoln.
Slat FEAR 1
PAN.1MA, R. P, WEDNESDAY, JTJ1T X8, 1956
ern Supporter&Of Civil Rights
W7i: Currying To Negro Vote
' WASHINGTON,-July 18 (UP) -.
Two Senate committees summon summoned
ed summoned State Department officials to
day for secret questioning on re
ports that Russia is holding seven
it u. airmen prisoners.
Senate-Republican leader Wtt
lian F. Knowland said the Senati
Foreign Relations and A 1 m e 4
(Services .Committee would que
Ition Undersecretary of State Rob Robert
ert Robert Murphy.: ... 1
Mike Has Last Look At Lush
Florida; Loses Sight Today
ORLANDO.. Fla., July IS (UP)
Four-year-old Mike Sibole ca
vorted on trie neacn yesterday un
aware that the fleeing momenta of
play witn nis -iamuy would De a a-mong
mong a-mong his last, visual memories.
rne young son 01 tne Rev. and
Mrs. James V. Sibole entered thel
Holiday House Hospital at 7 a.m.
today, to nave ms only eye remov
ed because of cancer of the reti retina.
na. retina. 1
Mike's other eye was taken out
two years ago for, the same rea.
son. specialist agreed that today's
operation is necessary in his life
is to .be saved
People all ever the world
were touched by the tragedy and
the .family has been deluged
with (ewers,' offers, advice and
The Rev. Sibole. his wife. Vera.
Mike and two-year-old Jerry left
the -home yesterday morning so
that the jingling telephone and
knocks on the door would not dis
turb the solace of the family cir circle.
The widesnread nublichV and
the loomini ODershon wr Win
ning to tell on the preacher. He
asked newsmen:, to stop writing
siunes aDouv ine,' nusay Drown-
nairea cnud vwhd 11 dnnm tn
aarRness. ; .:
"A lot eft people have cried
when they needn't have," taid
t. w i't -' -. ;
1KL -t . ....
oiiKes last memory nr vieinn
included a long look at th a.
cean and the beauty of nature in
lush oentral Florida.- The Siboles
have tried to cram as much litrht.
seeing as they, could into the last
few days. A beach trip and a oic-
nic rounded out the outwrHi 1AV.
ful period. The minister purpose.
ij ucmvea leiiing Mine of the an-
"I Wanted him to be es happy
Just what the nreacher told his
son peiore me cniid entered sur surgery,
gery, surgery, may never be Jmown. Sibole
said ne had made the 1 p ee c h
''hundreds of times in my mind'!
dui ne saia its substance is
lor Muce and tne."
Ibe doctor who will nerform the
surgery said the operation would
be "routine." Hesaid Mike's blood
count has shown him to be strong
iui luca sur Eery.
' Ho ha been marvelous
h. T.v r "V not 10
be identified, performed M i k e's
viwidunn in Month lOtrj
r. T1? rent?ving the right
a .J "'"''covered8 a
; ..MTi.5r f11 ey. we doc-
r said. '"We honoH f .. .L..
WASHINGTON, July 18 (UP)
A southern congressman charged
yesterday that most northerners
supportm? a pending civu rights
bill refuse to mingle socially with
their .three Negro- H 0 u s e v col colleagues.
Kep.vThomas U. Abcrnethy (D-
Miss.)- said northerners were pub publicly
licly publicly backing President Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's civil rights bill to ""curry fa
vor with the Negro vote of the
northern cities." He said the mea
sure would get no more than 50
votes if balloting were secret.
He levelled the charge of north,
era hypocrisjr ae the House debat
ed the explosive civil rights mea
sure tor the second day. ,;
House Republican Leader Jo Joseph,
seph, Joseph, W.. Martin Jr. (Mass.) told
the President yesterday he ox ox-peets
peets ox-peets the billto be passed late
Thursday or Friday by a I-t ma-
Senate GOP Leader 'William T.
jvncwiand (Cauf.j, who also at
tended Miv 1 Eisenhower's weekly
legislative conference,' said he told
the chief executive the Senate
might pass the bill if it came up
ira luumeniers ao -not tuibuster.
Senate Democratic leaders An
not intend to bring the measure
up, however, If they do a, south southern
ern southern filibuster is considered cer certain
tain certain 'spelling 'almost certain death!
for the me'asure; v :
Sen. Thomas C 'Hmnihrni : ti
Mo.) failed yesterday in an effort
10 set me aenate Judiciary Com.
mittee even to consider fnnr
rights bills, some of which paral
lel feature.,of the pending House
measure.' .'..f"-" -v.,
Tb" bill b e f o r e the House
would: Set up a civil rights com commission
mission commission armed with subpena pow
er stuay. tavasions of c 1 v 11
;kui; oei up a civu rights divi division
sion division in the Justice Department
headed by an assistant attorney
general; and permit the federal
government to seek civil lawsuits
to protect voting voting rights of
vuernetny. one of a group' of
Knowland said Chairman Waltet
T.i George of the Foreign Rela
tions Committee scheduled t h 1
closed hearing. He said George in
southern lawmakers waging an vited the Armed Services Commit
uphil' fight to block passage of tee to attend..
uie diu, sara normeroers, use
southerners,' should .vote their
"honest convictions." o.
' How many of yeu who push
this-legislation have dined with
the Nogre members in the House
restaurant or even in ether plac places?",
es?", places?", he askod. ,
"How many of you have Invited
tnem into your home, .to your a-
partments. to(;vour social func.
H?ta'.Wwyo?r 'c,ubC r ny-t"should arouse the righteous
uuuEr hp ueinaiiuea. iuu non t
practice what- you preach. -You are
The State Department 'accused
Russia in a protest handed t h 4
Kremlin Monday of illegallj
holdir some of the surviving ere
members of at least two cold wai
It demanded that Russia inves investigate
tigate investigate and promptly report of
what it-' Called these "persistent'
and "credible" reports. 1
Knowland said the r e p 0 r 1 1
dignation of the American peo
pte farttt-Trallnrof'life.Tle alsl
just playing 'politics and you know urged veterans organizations, la
' ; ; bor miens and Jdvic groups to m
j Aoernethy k temarka were not dopt "resolutions of indignation?
delivered in the form of a House.
speecn Dut he was given permis-
speecn oui ne was given permis- been named a U. S.1 delegate M
sion to puUthem,.4iHrday'si'Untted1atlbnif Assembly, sail
The GOP leader, who has iu.4
, Abernethy 2. said evervone-rwhite
or black has "certain discriminat-'
mg tastes which he practices'! a a-gamst
gamst a-gamst others." He. said everyone
has a right to do so. i ...
b latest Offering
01 Hieatre Guild
"DetectlV Sinn," H,. m...
r,,iM 1 1 j ",c ureaire
rH'. effort. "Pens at the
.wuiisnop on Monday at I
Tne thrilling three-art
"L'l Lew York P01'" "tation.
may i reserved by call
tag Mrs. R, X Medinger.at Bal
- weiecuve story," directed by
nuni.utius enjoyed a suc successful
cessful successful Broadway run several
years ago and has also Wn fiw
ea in nouywood with Kirk Doue.
las m the leading role. The partlCCRA, Gold Coa July
will lwi nlauait k.fn.. Tl ; ... f TTD . 4
r-jvu muuic ,suuiin au- vv ; ciecuun OltlClalS 0 1 g h-
diences by Joh.n.Aniston, remem-hatted vote-counting in the Akim Akim-beredifor
beredifor Akim-beredifor Ais encellent perform- buakwa constituency today when
ance in the Guild's comedy, 'King they discovered that acid has been
of Hearts. poured into most of the ballot box-
The play will be presented fores, destroying the ballot papers in in-six
six in-six consecutive nights. I side. '
hft nan rtn in tmiAh with Um
w wvv-a T iui oasts Jaf C7
ftnc an1' Stat nanevfmAnte av
bout the matter. s
He said "steps should be taker
forthwith to see that the men art
"Fbi iTIiE BENEFIT OF
i CULTURAL CENTER -FOR
TODAY ? 9 p;in. PrilCE; $1X3
V wwvitigNi rcATUKcTTI COIO by CEH."'I
nomw mutt M
Wmm MacRAt SrURLEY'JONFS V thm w rm
. .V .. BiimMIm NTNRV KINO.V I i SAW U W
. Courts 3. Fontenot, 19, an A A-merican
merican A-merican serving with the Marine
Corps, was fined a total of $20
in Balboa Magistrate's Court to today.
day. today. To a $10 fine for drivine with
out an operator's license was add added
ed added another $10 on a charge of fail
ure to appear in court as he had
.Gabriel Alvarei, ?8, Panamani Panamanian,
an, Panamanian, was fined $10 for parking il illegally.
legally. illegally. He also was. fined tin fm-
failure to appear as promised, buty
payment ox uie tarter line was
suspended and he was placed on
probation for a year.'
DUNOON. Scotland. Jnlv i
(UP) Ronald James, took five
d.tya fcvhitchhike -the 450 miles
froa.his London home to answer
a summons to appear in court
When he reached court, James
was 1old V'wrrft your case- has
been postponed until October."
Weather Or Not
Tliii wtariier Nporl, for the 24
haun endiRf a.m. today, it pirn pirn-eand
eand pirn-eand ky -the Mttaorolof ical and
Hyarograaliie Iranch f tho Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Company:
(max, mpli) v
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TA -. .
; THE BEST PARKING
SHOWS 3:13 4:51 6:55 9:00
who got up...
. EDWARD G.
She went one
guy too far...
Actaany filaed h tht Sa Francisco bay-front :
hClNejMaSeop- and WarnerColor -freei Wanur Ire,
SHOWS 1:00 2:58
4:57 7:00 8:59 P. M.
, Only in the
,. arms of the;
, man who had
shamed her -.
could she. win' :
hack the love
, cf die child he,;,
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