The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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S2nd TEAR

PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, JUNE ZC, 1957 I

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MRS. tGIRARD AT RALLY Mrs. Dorothy Girard fleft); mother of V.S. Army Specialist 3c
William ; Gerard wi'o is accused of fcilling a Japanese woman, was among the 2,000 persona at attending
tending attending a rally at Chicago protesting against the surrender of Girard to the Japanese court. -With
Mrs, Girard are her daughter-in-law and son, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Girard, and Rep
Frank Bow1 (right) (R-Ohio), who- addressed the xally.

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RP ; Government To Push
Bid For;$1 Per Hour;:;

Ernesto, Halts

Planned Social

Security Hike

:JHEPULSE
OF PANAMA

- THE PANAMA Industrialists
Syndicate jj has t expressed the
opinion that the new street and
house numbering- system should
be changed. 1 r
In answer to a Questionnaire

submitted ; ty the Panama ,City

Council, the Industrialists, said
they: had arrived at the conclu conclusion
sion conclusion that the new' system has
not had the desired results:- that

la effect both the old and the
new systems are being, used, and

that, as a result, there is wide

spread confusion. regarding the

names 01 streets, and the num

bers of houses,. 1 -V

RECEIVES XwARD Gov. W r PottPr recrnes plaque
v presented by the Panama Canal company-government by th
'.National Safety Council for its safety record. The plaque is :
the ward of honor, highest awarded by the council. .. Present
ing the plaque, at tlie leftls Ralph H. Cake. At the Governors
,'i left are-G. O. Kellar Safety Branch Chief, and Lt. Gov. H. W,
1 Schull, Jr.- The ceremony was held durina; a, luncheon this
- week attended, by -board. members, -and .company-government
! v officials. j

US Threatening
Withsfiiepcraihns ?
ForWar,CnDU Zays

.. LONDON, June 26' (UP) Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Communist Premier Chou
F.n-lai caid today the United State
had constantly threatened interna international
tional international peace with its "war prepara preparations''
tions'' preparations'' during the past year.

A COLUMNIST of La Hjra

who writes- under the pseudonym
Of -Vf rbum'' ha been urr"" cf

' "1 1 y f ...t ttu 7av,. u. i-

1 oc. Diaz H.id icfeptea
pu-fdeiitial candidate Victor F.
Govtia.. The charges were ... filed
yesterday before Mayor Jose A.
Cajar; Escala.
"ONE SPANISH LANGUAGE
morning daily today aired Its
displeasure over being r scooped
by El Panama America yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. '
City editor -. Rlcardo Xlnce
having gotten president de- la
Guardia's prepared statement
on postponement of plans to seek

changes in Social Security regu

lations at 3:30 pm, returned to

the plant by 4 p.m., stopped the
presses and remade the' paper's

front page in time to have the
first copies with the presidents
statements on the streets by 5:30.

: President Ernesto de la Guar-

dia, Jr. yesterday, postponed
nlans a, introducing legislation

for proposed increases in -Social

security rates and changes in

regulations because he was con

vinced :. that "public opinion

consider this Inopportune,": :
At a meeting attended by
renresentatlves of 22 civic and

labor organizations, the Presi President
dent President said that although he felt

the proposed changes, would be
beneficial h would not try to
impose his "will on the pe'opie.

Mr. de la Guardla proposed

further discussion of the sug
gested changes. He also listen listened
ed listened to complaints on the present
administration of social secur security
ity security benefits, and charges that
the -public has lost faith In. the
organization, v j
f -" rv-
- The President also declared
that he accepted a proposal to
Include a, representative of lab labor
or labor on the Social-security" board
of 'directors.' 1
The four-Tirt"f, totmd -table
'1 -t Pie
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t ,1 uu ute J...aisLtr iiuoen

D... c arte snd Social Security

airpr-or genera Alejandro--Ct

i uuarpia, it,' r

E!::.::r Rcowvcll
S:yj 'Jl:!3' nixed
Rc J Qi Visa

l!avy'U:n F;":J::
By licit FI:v:n ; :v

Ccijla

Wise Child

port fuT- conference of
concerned to settle the

question as proposed on June

Dy isortn Korea.'-. x

Chou denounced the

v DULUTH1, Minn.i Jun 28 (UP)
A teenager walked into a serv

ice station last night and asked

if his father's car was ready, -,
"Sure, take lt away," said the

States attendant ;

Korean .. v .. ..

21 Mioruy; a man wanted in ana

asked for his ear.

"Your son lust took it," said

. i hou'a 30.000 wnrrt sneerh fniaiaies anroeauon t tne- arms

the Clunese National Peoples Cirn-freeie svcUoo of ihe Korean srm-

gresa (theoretioalJy the. highest bo-l'stice a oement snd aaid,'"it can

Cfci the 1'ciping government ne u ciy siatea mat tne' ew
' was Broadcast by Peiping Radio, jcolomaii'- n of the 'United States

- The Communist Premier and will end r n better than the old

Foreign Minister gave a review cl colonial
Internal and International develop i

meats in vhtch be aiurked .ii i f

ie ca"cd the "impenalt r Y

W arm-expansion ani .-r pie-1 t

United) the attendant.,

3'i rsh:n.
t car 1 lie

pjritions uiifier US
- He saij during the

international situs' i -s brrn de de-velnpirg
velnpirg de-velnpirg in gcrrrsi lines benefi beneficial
cial beneficial to world peace 'and againt
war-'meept fur threats from U U-r
r U-r ii J States Imperialism."
i'tiping aid the oppnin? es es-i'
i' es-i' vol Ihe annual meeting was

it ... .1

Of. It. 7:1:23

The ho;

hip Grt:

t .rndea by iieputie rrom,'w
a,i parties of Ihe cmintry. Cliair-: Pn,-'. I
tiija !so Tm tung. vice rhi.r- sn lfc:

man thu led and' other Oovtru- "injine

rWhat son?" asked the man.
Police were3ooklng for.- the
youth today.

NEW YORK,' Sunt 76 (UP)-

Airs. ileanor Roosevelt ssid todar

she had asked for a visa to visit
Communist China, but was turned

aown. v -. ;

- i made application and was
told that, as yet, -no newsman

v,s permitted ; by .our govern

ment to visit Communist Chios,"
Mrs.. Roosevelt said in hec-col

umn. My Day. The columa is dis
trlbuted by United features Syn Syndicate.
dicate. Syndicate. Inc. t
"I liiii hope that the Stat Dt

partment may tind it possible to

allow ad correspondents who wish

to gather news from this ares of

the world to go there if the Chi Chinese
nese Chinese will allow them to enter.
- "I beueve it might be easier te
learn some things in Chins thsn

in the Soviet Union.' But I sm

anxio s to go to the Soviet Union,
too," khe said.
"Since I cannot now go to Chi China.
na. China. I hops that I will b able to
visit the Soviet Union in the near

future. ." '.". ' v - 1

The Panama Foreign office

has Instructed Ambassador El
cargo' Arias to reiterate Pana

ma's position la favor of the

doliar-an-hour minimum wage

in the Canal Zone. Panama's en envoy
voy envoy in Washington has been told

to present the Panama stand to

the TJtuted States government.

v Yesterday the National Econo

mic Council and (he. foreign Re-

iatlons council 1 both refuted
statements made, by a U.S. De Defense
fense Defense Department :, official who
testified before a House sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee that the $l-an-hour
minimum would be harmful to
Panamanian economy.

The Economic Council argued

that to the contrary the $1 would

have a beneficial effect on Pan Panama's
ama's Panama's economy in addition to

Improving living standards, in
Panama, adding that a Increase

lv canal zone wages noes not

necessarily mean an Increase in

wages-la Panama. -

A spokesman for the American

Federation of State County.? and
Municipal Employes, AFL-CIO,
today expressed satisfaction, over

the Fdrelga -Relations Council's

statements regarding the appli application
cation application pf'. the Fair Labor Stand Standards
ards Standards Act on the Canal Zonev
Lopals 900 antf fi07 iiave ; al always
ways always maintained that the- $1-an-hdur
' minimum and higher
wages la general would help the
economy of Panama rather than
destroy ltt ths spokesman said.
-He added that the question ef
the minimum -wane will be dlsr
r-'-ir y at. r- a.reM.
1 t .tne s c
rlrnis oner& : la t-e U-

Zone, at the vuon's AUiiUo siue

office ,'

Ccrcncr Decides ;
Heedless Bcdy ;
That Of Fr cmaii
'" CHICHESTER, England, June
' 26 (UP) A coroner ruled to today
day today that a headless and
: handles body found 'floating
in the harbor- here: was-that
: of Commander LloneH'Buster''
Crabb, a British frogman whe
disappeared last year while
apparently checking a Russia
cruiser. '
, Crabb, a toagh 46-year-eld
war hero, was last seen alive in
Portsmouth In April, 1956, dur dur-lnr
lnr dur-lnr the visit of the Russian

' warships that brought Soviet

leaders Kikita Khrusncner ana
Nikolai Bulganlrt mr a state
visit to Britain.
- The body was found float floating
ing floating ta Chichester harbor ; on.
June 9, almost 14 months lat later.
er. later. 1 ""
' Coroner G. T. L. Bridrman,
, after bearing evidence in- the
courthouse ef this quiet Sussex
town, said: 1
: "I am quite sure that the re remains
mains remains found in 'Chichester
harbor Juno were those of
Commander Crabb,"

II IV. II'

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NaFalloutPleor
Fails To Alter

l::!;h Bizrcsir
Tri:$ To Prevent1
Hii OulireeiJfcr

rcautIoni are being taken by,
the Health Bureau against anv. out outbreak
break outbreak in the Canal Zone of -the
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swept 'ev

Ike s Decision

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-' WASHINGTONiune 26 (UP) PresWenMiseii PresWenMiseii-howersaid
howersaid PresWenMiseii-howersaid today that: American scientists hav told him V
they can produce nticfear bombs with absolutely no fall t

out it nuclear tests are continued tor another tour to try
years. , ffn ,v t. , 4 ja ' f
v Despite the scientific arguments in favor of continu

ing tests, Eisenhower told his news conference that MS,
proposals to suspend nucJeai tests as part of a' first-step
disarmamente agreement still stand ,f,
As of now. the President said. the world's' fears te-

quire the U.S. to, go right ahead with a condition offer
to suspend tests.-This government, he declared, has na

intention of withdrawing its proposal to Suspend nuclear

tests. u ft-' r

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i

k vnnnor American sailor, was

resting-' comfortabiy todays at
Oorgas Hospital where -he. Was

flown-from Costa ica aner
attack of 'heat prostratloni -;
. Hospital officials report that
nnrantie' fireman' Oarr Ed

monson, a crewman aboard the
destroyer- US3 Ooss, is doing
fine, and tht hla temperature
is down. .' ;
Edmonson became acutely

air'- with 10 deerces tern

perature while his ship was at

Puntarenas, Costa Rlc. The

destroyer left the sick rewmsn

there, and yesterday a,C-"

took off from AlbrOok' Air

Force Bass on the.mercy er errand.
rand. errand. : I .

The plane returned here at

. p.m. and Edmonson was

transferred to Oorgas Hospital

Albrook'i flight surgeon Capt.

Fred Ten Eyck cared for the

patient during the flight -here,

The mercy plane was piloted

oy waptain Kay cnrisiy.

The President st the -fame

time stroke out anew against r a

war in the nuclear age.- He f said
there can be np sucb thing as a

victorious power in a global war

of the future. 1 l 11

The .President said scientists

Ernest O. Lawrence and Edward

Tellershsve told him they "are
producing -bombs wiih-96 pereent
!s Hallout than that o tha. isa

era! Asiatic and P.ciUcfc id all J h-bomD

areas, U naj' oeeo. announceu. vj

CoL Charles a Hruee, Health J)t-

1

Wife Swapping Ends In : Indiana Massacre;

M an Kills Ex-Wifey Son; Wounds Daughfefi

TERRE HAUTE, Ind., Juns 26

(LP)- Two husband who -vap-

ped wives lsst year fought u ei;t

with guns ux the dark early )-

terday.- One of tbem killed his ex-

wife and son snd wounded his

while she pleaded lor

mnt ieaders were present

thou fa id -"The danger of
S:!l exists and he warned
, the C'omn-un.i-ta Truct .not
trt'ir viciiawe. -
- lie lenjcd rrlf-.r; 'l full

fire tich

ar the coa cl

re.ax' 'i"

or the Creek liberty
Tper. which wa

yesterday, will 'daughter

. nns sfternootv sndr me. .'-,
i will fee made to de-J The slayer, ; Thomas 1u'Ulier,
! caused the bniW',-3. also shot and wounded his

sbled the vessel ofiiparrner w the wife swapping,

i osta Eica.

he f'reil s blast whicb ripped the, tone when Whitaker

"While no esses have so far-been
reported ia ths Canal Zone. pre pre-venUva
venUva pre-venUva pleasures locally include
close observation of ships passing
through, the Csnal snd especislly
those nginatyig .from, Far East Eastern
ern Eastern POrlS. t ., r '" '' :''

fanal orffaniiatioh boarding of

ficers have been instructed to in-

nuira aoecificsllv of responsible

ship officers as to illness abosrd

veaxeli If there is found to be in

fluenza aboard, and the number of

esses so warrant, passengers ana
crew wj be restricted to the

ihin althouch the shio will be per

mitted to dock to transact busi

ness and to make the Canal tran

sit r

, ... i ,. 1 ' '

Loral "residents i sre asked to

tske the ssme precautions ss nor

mal against other types ot innu
enzif or upper respir story lnfec lnfec-tion.
tion. lnfec-tion. SvmDioms sre similar to I

mild influenza or heavy cold which
is sccompsmed by chills, fever,
and neuralgia pains.- The disease
la deieribea as mild with a low

mortality rate but it is caused by

a variant oi lype a, uuiueaza

virus sgalnst which existing vac

cues are tneuecuve.

Eisenhower Said the scientists

ask for .four-i or iiv -yesrs ito

I!crlh Korea Echoes

Red China's Bid

For Ur.ilicalfon .

Labor Body Cites
Governor Of P.R.

at

now her''

her to

Local s-

Kay said 1
jet at to
re no Y

: Mmri F.rACH. J .-; ffPV- Ib m
A r.lj'ion -f Tifii: aardef ) eooj 1
J-er.rnfav ia Gov. I m Muont Ma-'coi W be r
rm nt f'urrin R.co t' te In'rr-'
iOfitl AwfK-ia1ir-s bi rrtm- i i The O,
is 1,-tpk trieirl Sf-uritjr -i-re i r tap die v.
tit con:r.i.nKioBS to the Ley of'ted f -ir
Ziorn.e-H veurity. iist i!
Feriir-n Ksnt. head of f-e'U-e (c ,,.
Pneno -n fVpin r.t .f 1 4 I
ars sct J r,-i:.on in lv "T c

"ss ton ahip.irriv ahip.irriv-i
i ahip.irriv-i reterday snd if
if Tier 14 where a
ffors are boarding
..-e the carnage .f
'' Gilford snd Mc-
''ey sad no idea
t -g the ship will
r rrpairs.

tad to be permitted

girl a a rm. Doctors ssid the srm

in t lave to tx amoutated.

. liiiker apparently had' de

cided to wipe out bis ea-wife and
children, beeauae. a judge? last A-

prU awarded her custody of the

youngnert. Jit had begun threat

ening their fcvea last weekend,
Marun aai(L-'"-

Whitaker at midnight broke in-

Whitaker disappeared after the to the MO.000 home which ilarUn

shootings and police believed h; had bought for his new wiir Mar Mar-had
had Mar-had kiliod himsr'.i. j tin is the owner of a photographic
- In a futile effort wottet hit supply store and a prominent Ter-

family. Stewart Martin, 44, wh re Hauls -busineasmaa. Whitaker

had Hnd Whitaker In the wif

swap, foght a anm mvi with fh
killer, xchanginaj at leact a
xn thotk
Hours after the tnasacre. A"hit-

is a truck tinver.

of his children.' Martin said Whit

aker threatened his fsmilr lsst
week-end in telephone eslls tad
personal visits. Mrs. Martin eb-1
tsined a court order barhnr her
ex-husband from ber new home.
Shortly before mldnicht last

night, Whitaker told his ewwife1te

he was going out for a beer.
At 1:15 a.m.', Martin was a wak wakened
ened wakened by the sound of Whitaker re

moving the hingei from hark

'PANkTTNJOIf. Korea. June

(TJP) Communist North Kores
joiae Bed Chins today in calling
fnv nmtiatiHII for thai "oeSCCful

WB

lost eutM unification" of North snd fcoutn

Korck, out ue u.r. cummin
misted the appeal as mere propa propaganda,
ganda, propaganda, Ths Weitern allies slao reject rejected
ed rejected a Communist demand that the

U.N. command cancel iti plana to
bring new atomic weapons into

Republic M Korea to maicn

ibe edmunist buildup in the

North, and to withdraw sll foreign
treops from Korea.
WaL. Gen. Homer Ulzenberg, a

Var-U-PceShift
Of Fissionable

Materials In Sight

WASHINGTON, June 18 (UPH
American disarmament strategy
envuaffAi token transfers of fis

sionable .materials irom military
oeaeeful uses about

a year after an initial East-West
rm uracmcnt ia reached.

OUiciais said today, the war4o-j

Mace snut would begin on a trui

oasis that would not harm Amer-ican-Aiiied
nuclear capability. But
they said a workable East-West
anus agreement could, -over
nnnod ot years, result in a com-

yieie transier of fissionable mate
rial, in in least known oart ef

tne lortncorotng American plan for

a first kiage msarmsmenx agree agreement
ment agreement with. Russia., Ine' plan U

nn home umoiued at tne iondon

Arms Conference by UJ.,; Pele-

gais Haroiu t.. JaUasen. .
- under the nuclear pnase of the

olsn tne United i&Uuts ww pro

pose 'a 10-monm to one-year us us-.oimion
.oimion us-.oimion Dt nuCiear tests. h i s

woula b adoDied only u tne so

viet Union atreed siutuiianeouaiy

to a luture cuuut ot production ot
ussionaoie maienais -or weapons.

Th best otlicial guess u mat

it would take -aoout a year uua

nuclear tests are suspenoea to
wore out uetauen piaus lor end

ing the msautaciure oi mmmj

nuclear matenau. Ufficuu said

Uit uale, wdeu set, auo woumi
am the signal lor a token transfer

ot stomic maunals, from war to

peace uses, nations joining u
such aa accord presumably would
transfer the specilied amount of

nuclear material U the newly-created
international Acinic eaergy

.... mtm,!,!!! nt PTtflMWtll

CULT. "WJi ww w. 1 J

Eisenhower's atom lor pesce At"' .-gresa to chan,

door. Martin, thinking U f'v'i?- warine general and senior

"was after me. shouted ta hn .ed officer present. answered
family to lock themselves In. Then, the Communists' rough language
armed with a revolver. r rt,Swith plain ts!k. snd said the whole

- ed' trsd -r shots with Whitaker. purpoae ef ths Communist stste-

Frionsls I Mrs. Martin put m a frantic o'J menu was U turn Panmunjom

to the sherifTt ofSea b'rr h isto a eroosianda forum.

L'n!;I lilt 4ir. hrfore tiT trad-l locked herself in htr Kwrrvtm i Liixenbertr told North Korean

aker watked info the Vigo County, ed wivea. Whitaker and Martin 'Her huaband. thmkine lr- i' 'Mai. Gen. Chunf Kook Rok that

Jail snd surrendered. were eio.e friends. The couples retreated to another portion .of the 1954 Geneva conference alres-i

tamer, De had standoned bis trvnt manv everints tocethen -'the home. He heard whitatM- dv bad set us the mschuiery lor

sn examination car near a clump ot woods, a Then the connies were divsreed break down the door and the Kweaa tniftcation.

e today. (heavily armed po.se, aided by two moo'.hs apart, the Martina 'wxiod of shotgun b!a. i "And until your side is prepsr-
i bloodhounds, searched the tickets I after 10 rears of anarrisre and I Whilsker aPDaremtv left -e ed to -wsoliate with sincerity in

t-o elfii.iien, t'.ane snd Doaaid-jdestb room and tnea rniati t. r new conference he a a Jed,

vsL.i.kr m.rntd Warm's ex-wife
lift Dererr.ber. MirUa took Whi-

f rmer mats as lus iie

test each stage- of development,
and they will produce an' absolute j.

This would mean, ho a d d e d. v:
that there would be no- radioac-4
Uve fallout to injure civilians out-
siue mo neat, aud blast are : a -round
a military target.
t The Prsaioent's rtmirki4 ".
'Ttiatia it claar that thr t r,
k un th. v ..
r1A tli hi-iii. Atmi

r knorgy Commission's top feat

omeiaii or, AMn Graves of
tM i-M Alamos (N.M.) bom's
aberattry, told cengrossionsl
ubcftmmirhM racentiy that this ? -baolutety
clean H-bomb ia im v
posstblo aocautf it still requires f
an A-stmk tnggor anst A-UfflU V
ar inherently dirty. w '-it
it '-it scientists should Mrfeet a V

wsy ot triggering a-bombs with,
out atomic nestt they presumably -would
bm closer to soivina t h

problem of how to tamo the JhU -uomo
s nuclear reaction for peace-'
tui power.

Ouuciais have said rniwi-

that no such break through is ia

saaa 1 v.. : --i -,,.:..

A reporter asked the Vremn-ni

what possinility there ss that us
sia might nuke a so-called "eleaa
Dorao,' j,' ;

Eisenhower said this la an

ceiient quesuoa which he aska
aimseif.- i .

- Ho oxpressed jVp IKat th
Russians would learn, hew ta
make lan bombs and know
how to uso them. Then, he MM(,
Mesa weapons woulid be wm4
tor specitie BwrpoMa snd no
tor mats dMrwftien.
'ibe resident said that If m-n.

agement ami lauur uu uol

such siatesmansnik -then wa wmiid

make, coma true a recent oredje oredje-uon
uon oredje-uon ot lommiiulst ooas Mikua
suirusnchev. i t --
sue r resident apparently refer-"
red to Kflrusncnev a preoiciion ani

recent televised interview that

me united atea would eventual-"

- wvuiuiw comury, comury,-'
' comury,-' Without "identifvuiff tfhm.k.i..

- m ,,i wnfc uww
oy name, the rreuaent ui

Communist chief is certainly not

any mend ot our -h ...

himseu was not eouc te tk. n :

part in turning xneir countrr n.'

uausuc. tie said ware inH nr

coniroU would be a -ten in ,h..

direction.. i.

ia other newernnr-r-iw t;k.

lights;, tvisenoower; .

mm there are sm any elene ;
tw fer a redectiew ef U4, mil.
hsry trc ebreee at eny niece -other
the Japan.
; a i .

- uiTf -use are sot any

'e

Shipper radioed forior Him

aj hen aiie re- -'
oui 4iJ miiei north- greke Inte Edrom

i if:.e entrarice oil The dead were l.rt. Aims l.ir- uir
- j-n, 3, and fcr s u V, L.tak- ,d Arr

er, 11. Mis-fr -e r,to t.-.f A..r

- if S fc.pri UVi 7 vr
-.1 a.i ieea ci gotro -Ij.ne
4 it

;s Tl' as dis-; locked be-'troTi
- in. ftM hrk. fhidme ad k.'.'l t '
' Uft Sea'Sie on) Hi dawtV--, F F-r.
r. F-r. Cost -ports. td.' Don't k.Li

e 1

shoot bis daurhter. 1r.es he iOki',1 '"tr.e only reauita will he a repe-

out Martin. 1r.fr iU-u.,J for iu Lnoe tot the 0iilck at Geneva

ihotrusi sod Martia ai i ,. t. I Liiteoberg told a news coafer-

Poiire arrived momer'i to ence loUewinf hit hour end 15 min

rr.,ea ii, J it did not ap- nnd wmtaker gone and tl rruie meeting wua tne miuiary an-

wrre pfr tne toopjri had worked eut pled Martin crawling, to a r-t i 'e meeting with the military arm-

f-nt- a-y rrev'"-s afreement to trad bort Ix'we for beip iKa and Red China ealled for s
r-i-,t. jt arrroi!y -"j-Jt bap- Mrt. ft b taker, -"'ft toU rf '.iral eonference ia the "near
, --)." t-y a:d. ithe sdveniirre in -r.,'e-tra--! rt '""ire" aa Ue ftnineatioa of Jw-
' t .t '. .m lost Ms friendly' esded. said, i m aot su.;:.ii.'"ta, -

plan.

LocoimATL-CIO

Will Hold First

Of Three Meetings

Three meetings are scheduled

to be held by Local 900, atl-

CIO. to inform memoer or me
local of recent developments on

treaty hearings to Washington J

as well as of tne; low-cost noos noosing
ing noosing project now being at tidied
by the International anion in
Washington.
Tonlt,t the first meeting wID
be held at the Parsiso fcerrtoe
Center. j
- A second on la scheduled to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at the Cristobal office,
starting at 7:30 p.m. and the
last tneetlnr for resldmts and

workers cf oamboa wtii m neid.s-ncom-. is a top lavcnis.
at the fsnta Cnrs fterrtco Can-J Tickefs will he put cm at' a st
tar rriisy, -July at J yjtw. 'tha Xauau. Ttaatsr at sorv.

the Atomic Energy law to perau

wiwaaiKicir weapons,
Erfcourt Gives X
Final Cronccrt f ;;
Tonorroiy Kljht
Daniel Erlctmrt will give his last
concert of the present tour to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night at the NsUonal
Theater. beglig at I o'clock. -rollowlng
his xtraord!narr
success la the RachmanlnofJ
Concert last Monday, the famous
pfaaist has chosea a WtJ-ror.r, j.

ad program for tomorrow aij'.t.
With a remodeled theater sr i
a magnificent Stetnwsy, frequer t
concerts are ow fully enjoyed fcv

IsthmJaa residents, amorg whcm

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STILL MORE GIRARD

t Hn tint heiievR that the June 22 Mail Box letter about

e .-.... v.. n.mh, fir iiA TTfl Armed Forces, ae-

l?artS SrXStiiati i don't believe one of.

. our men-would turn against another in such a vituperative way
' at least until the young fellow has had a lair, decent trial.
- He Is a fine one to talk about The Panama American print printing
ing printing trash. The fact it printed his own particular type of gar-

bage is evidence of the paper's unparuauiy in pwuuis
thoughts and beliefs of Isthmian contributors.
. My guess Is that the author of this messy piece Is far more
' -apt to be .low-ofcste minion of the State Department, the
USES, or the Point Four, or some other category to areary
Dulles' little kingdom. I agree with the original Girard writer,
that our country has displayed appeasement to the Bonzal boys
Jn this matter. Whatever the facts, the whole thing has been
- Furthermore, I feel this Girard boy J3 more or less being
made the goat for the Formosa incident in which a soldier shot
a peeping torn. Nothing bad happened to him, and he is now
happily esconced back In the good old U.S.A. with his family.
But Girard Is on the hook.
My heart does not bleed for Gicard; but neither does It
H Hmi for a .Taoarrese unaveneer who. having been duly warned

and knowing her danger, persisted In. flouting the firing range

; authorities.
Ko. T do not believe vou are a soldier. A member of our

armed forces would not. write of another as you did, to wit
anrna mflrAnlr nMir vrhO thinks that h6 iS SlaVlniT I

game!" When .bigger and better morons are built, yori might fit

Fair Play

Labor.News
And
. Comment

By VICTOR RIESEL
Back at the Industrial Union De

partment, Walter H e u t h e r was

worried He told his colleagues in
the higii command of that 7.000.-

000-member outfit which bears 4h

lUli brand that he honed that the

Workers would not just- sit around

ana water, tv on the Fridays oi
"The Long Week-End.' with which

every fi.ur day week will be e e-quipped
quipped e-quipped after Walter signs new au auto
to auto cimpany contracts.

You must measure this read-

headed man in megatons when you

realize that this is truly what wor

ried mm mai morning oh Wednes

day June 3. as he sat in a suite in

Washington's Hotel Mayflower

with the other leaders of the In

dustrial Union Dept. of the AFL-

He did not speak for publication.
He spoke behind closed doors
exactly year before he expected
to be at war with the auto industry
over a shorter work, week... Yet he

was not worried about winning it.
He was disturbed by not having
plans ready to propose to his fol

lowers for full employment of tneir

leisure tune,

- "Y'Gotto Admit WrNever Had It So Good'"
sffiMV; .:. v7: .... ,,

WHERE DOES THE CHEESE GO?
Sir:

I would like to know what the local schools are dping with

those charitable items that CARS aisiriDuies, sucn as mm

pViaacA tj

It is understood from reliable sources that these Important

Items are not being distributed or nanaiea mey waymey
should. Some of the kids are complaining. They can only see
these Important necessities piled up. And yet these items van-

lBh' Somethina should be done about It. Please don't let the

rich get richer and the poor get poorer.
A Considerate Party

Sir:

BENNY HOOPER'S DOCTOR BILL

Ca ha nttmfnt&lltjl win

A disobedient little boy who fell in a well his dad had told
him to stay away from, comes out of the thole affair with a
$1,000 trust fund toward his education. -W
The parents have the satisfaction of having made a dona

tion another si.uuo to tne voiunieer nre acparunem m
their New York State town. They spent 100 1b gifts for "other
expenses."
But the doctor whose life is a succession of Other peoples
emergencies -rt goes unpaid. j ,: I
Mr nnri Mra. Benlamin Hooper of Manorvllle seem sadly

lacking In the understanding of a proverb that Is voiced in one
form or another in many lands and cultures. In English It

goes:
"R int before vou are eenerous!

If the boy had fallen down the front steps and broken his

leg, would they have expected the doctor .to set ior iree?
This Hooper couple Is not indigent. Had they been, the
doctor would probably have sent no bill at all. But even if
they had received no. help from the public and TV In their
emergency, people with the right sense of values would have
expected to pay a doctor's bill.
The couple have a combined take-home pay of $105 weekly,
after taxes and social security. That's a spendable income of
$5460 per year. The doctor's bill was a little more than a fourth

of that between three and four months income.
What family has not had to cope' with a debt of this pro proportion
portion proportion when some member fell sick or rot hit on a highway?

Perhaps the bill was a little high in ratio to the people's

Income. But unless they were wild spenders already, It was not
' beyond their ability to nay.

If they had asked for some reduction In the amount, I

would have understood It.
But to play on everyone's sympathy until they get the bill
cancelled.' Oh, not I'm glad they dont live in my neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. Did this couple ever stop to think that ft funeral too is a
costly affair? If the doctor had failed would they have ex expected
pected expected the undertaker to donate his services?

Wednesday June 3$ $.00 pjn.
THI DANIEL SOCIETY present

JOSEPH

FUCHS
Eminent Violinist
Accompanied by ARTHUR BALSAM
In cooperation with tha I portamento
de Bellas Arte
and sponsored by the
American National Theatre
and Academy and the President's Fund
- v $200 i
Tickets on Bale at Morrison's, TlvoU Are.

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'alcuhtf&Ml--

i manoged fcwitwul C Iff J m
. holdi 0r $0 comrnoo) aMlrVarQai

But Reuthor rushed to assure
hla colloaguea there was noth noth-nf
nf noth-nf to cause tiauma or dull tho
appetite. He had committee
working on this leisure time
problem. They would be report,
ing in long before his corps of
strike captains sailed up their
pea co-time battalions of pickets.
And it's a safe prediction that
there will bo pickets. Tro auto
industry i looking at thia short shorter
er shorter work week demand with the

enthusiMm of ox-Yankoo Billy
Martin entraining for Kansas
Cltv.

The b lesgue of auto makers

is waiting for Reuther's first bean

ball pitch late in next winter's sea season.
son. season. The Big Three is wondering
just whom Walter will hit first

and the smart money is netting

that it will be the Ford Motor Co.

Reuther believes he'll have to

strike for this one and the strat

egy will be to oass General Motors

by because it's too massive and

micht so for one of those old-fash

ioned four to six months walkouts.

Walter R. thinks he could crack

the Chrysler Corp. And you can

tnterorel that literally. This com

pany is just about hitting its stride

this season. A hard-hitting strike

mieht beat it right out of the big

leagues. The public relations im impact
pact impact of such a move could hurt

the union.

This leaves only Ford, me com

pany is ready and through its

man John Bugas, has already told

Reythet.off in ferjybiunt language
Remember next year, when

TV cameras aro grinding as
Reuthor faces the nation, and
the eight column front page
headlines report the industrial
war from the front In Detroit,
that It all really began about
now. Some observers inside la labor
bor labor are talking about-Reuther's
preparation as though for total
conflict Including a complex
office of war information. Reuth Reuthor
or Reuthor may not have meant it se,
but labor circles aro thus inter interpreting
preting interpreting his now Special Projects
program. ) ;
This Special Projects operation

has nut toaether one of the most

effective information gathering and

disDensinc services outside of gov

mmnt circles. Director of Soe

oiil Prelects is 'one of. the most

loyal and aggressive intellectuals

and scholars. Nat Weinberg, who

devised the Guaranteed Annual
Wage formula. Under him, work working
ing working with the Special Projects op op-oration
oration op-oration lb a three pronged pub

lic relations office. This is headed

by Walter's public relations chief,

ex Texas lootoau piayer, ranx
Winn. He is expected to watch all

develooments in the nation's com

munities. and consult r e g u 1 a rly

with Walter so the chief isn't sur surprised
prised surprised by anything.
The radio television section Is

run by ex-OSS maa, a heroic war

vet, Gay Nunn. ....
The head of the actual publica publications
tions publications division, which will cover the

vast Au!e Union and synthesiie its
stories for the union's own big cir circulation
culation circulation press. Is a newcomer to

Detroit Ken -Fleeter, formerly
with th Textile Workers Union.
Thus Reuthor 'will move on
Big Three auto corporation
with a modernized unionism not
anlik tho apodal projects see see-Wens
Wens see-Wens of some largo companies.
These firms, which hove Im Impressed
pressed Impressed Reuther, have opoeiel
executives wetching for develop developments
ments developments anywhere ecross tho
world on the economic, social,
political and scientific fronts.
They ooo to It that no sudden I
oterm knocks long planned stret stret-mv
mv stret-mv lno the collar.

Reuther. thus; mar be over coo-

norm, tin ue uci wet. ui"s
prepared for Industrial war, he
already is working oa final peace
pacts.

W. 'eaJiww.aUmiMrCT

Wicked City Clean-Up
By BOB RUARK

s!:i:.3To:j

i f-lERnv-Go Rou::d

y tllW PIARSON

6

WASHINGTON w The Dixie-Re-

pubhean coalition which has oper

ated so successfully for so ma many
ny many years is desd. -
This was behind the '' furious

statement of Missisippi C o n n-gressman
gressman n-gressman Bill Colmer who. turn-

tratio, when support from mat
the House floor, blurted:

I remind my friends on the left

that there have been times in the
history of Congress in r e c e n t
years, during the Roosevelt And
the Truman administrations as
well as the Eisenhower adminis

tration, when support .from that

section oi uie country Known as

tne boutn has not Only been)wel
corned but It has been, sought." y

wnat no meant was that the
coalition which has traded Re Republican
publican Republican votes for southern Dem
ocratic votes to block bills fa-,
vorlng Negroes and bills favoring
labor and public power was
dead. i t

The promise of more Nr

uies m awou pius tne .Negroes'

growing swing to the Republicans,
however, was too much. ,E v n

stanch ReDublicans who hav hosn

foundation stones; of the coalition

w tne; past, deserted. Furiously
and desperately, Mississippi's Col Colmer
mer Colmer had tried to line up deals
with the Reoublicans to hlnclr th

civil rights bill. So had courtly

Congressman Howard Smith v.of

Virginia.' This time Republicans
refused to horse-trade. Thev snum.

ed every offer.

ill;

NEW YORK I cannot say if hot week

the outside world is sware oi tne

noble efort toe New York law

making to clean up the wicked city
so as not to affront the tourists, but

I am certain it must afford some
amusement in low, as well as in

hign, places.

The order hss gone out to drag

net the village, 'pick up the little

maietactors, make it tough on the
white slavers, the drab hustlers,

tne grirters in short, anybody
who ever. did i niece of time oris

known to be naughty. For head headline
line headline value, the little fish have been
dignified by aV minor shark or so

but nothing comes of it and the
police would be the first to admit it.

This is known as "tho heat." Th4

neat is aometning i have known a a-bout
bout a-bout since I covered nolice court

in Hamlet, N.C., many years age

wnen uie wora wouia pass that it

was time to collect the depression
stiffs and the xailroad bums and
either run them over Into Rock.

Ingham County or hand them -30

aays on the road gangs just for

being there. :

"The hoar' never moans any anything.
thing. anything. It is a mere stirring of the
animals. As Police emmistion emmistion-or
or emmistion-or Stephen P. Kennedy aaysi
"Question them. Keep after
Hiem. In the time they should
got tho Idea and leevo town."

There is no auestion nf prima ttr

yuuiBumwH nore. a is just the old
cynical cop business -of making

, -,uiu .luuy aware mat the

w is ooing its duty Jor its money.
A Week Of heiHlin ihm lanr

I its legal duty, and things set-

u oacK to tne usual pace. The
pickpockets glom purses, the bad badger
ger badger game obtains,- minor stickups
continue, drunks get rolled, horse
thorn. In time thep should got
the world.
If the good Lord invented Mi

own vacuum cleaner, you couldn't

ciean up tnis oversized rabbit war war-res
res war-res not if you meant it aerinuilv.

So in the meantime we hustle all
the little bums, oush them around.

the headlines pus freely 'round

the country, and on the first real

end the effort dwindles

aowo to a greasy puddle on a
piece of steaming asphalt.
I not'ee they have laid the arm
on Jimmy (Blue Eyes) Alo, -who
has "business interests in Flori-

the idee and leave town."

parlors reopen and all's right with

aa- ana a 75.000 shack, on a va

grancy charge. Some other old

country names with lecerds were

swept in, and one business confer

ence on a street corner waa inter

rupted by, the law's ster arm on

criminals." The "known c r i m i
nals" were each other. The mouth

pieces will habeas a right fair

corpus, a writ of something or ottt
or will bet mandamflsed, and that

wui be that tor another' yc3e,v'f'

, but ar does seem a silly, ir
all those "known e r I m I n a Is"
have boon around for so long,
what excuse does the police de department
partment department offer for having to
make a drive? 1. -.-V

Why are they not plucked daily

from the vine, tried, sentenced, and

stashed away if everybody's ao

ing to be so durned noble about

crime in this spotless city? Why

ao we nave to turn It into a bingo

party?

jsven a retarded child can tell
you that we set action around here

for headlines, when we bej to
smell a mite high abroad, a..u the

yokels around the rural Wine sta

tiuns start to nudge each other

and say: "By cracky, lookit what's

going on up in the village."

Of course, they will not pick up

Frank Custello. because he has

been chaperoned by detectives
lately and so couldn't be doing
anything bad and, in any case, is
between engsgemets with the law

courts. Somebody else hss got a

priority on Hizxoner's time, giving

r rana a summer tree at mains.
No particular drive has been aim

ed at the upper,- upper ehcelon,
because this, is not the season for
it, with the races in full flower.
I dunno. Twenty some years la

ter I might ai well be back oa the

Hamlet N.C.) News -' Messenger.

We used to pick up the'buma there

any tim We got a baq press not

ice in juaurinourg or .c h e r a w

aoutn Carolina, that is.
ohn m mm iiii 't, n. 1 n.1.11 1.1 u nm
LA Truck Driver

Redeems Himself
In Jackpot Quiz

NEW YORK, 'June 28 (UP)--A
Lor Angeles- truck driver, .who

missed a .television ouix lacknot

question earner this yesr, won 16,
000 Sunday aight, on Taie $64,000

AI Einfrank. whe lost hia rela

Uvea, friends and nearly his wife
when he missed the top Question

on "The $64,000 Question" in Jan-

uary, partically redeemed himself

on its sister show,) by defeating

its enaijenger in a geography

category. 'tf'i i -.

The contestants clayed under

new ruies in which the cnauenger

ana cnampion each are required

to rule on whether an opponent s
answers are eorreet They are
eliminated either by answering a
recognize an incorrent answer by
the opponent

Eintrank correctly located the

Dasbt-I-Javir desert in Iran, the

Paraopamisus Mountains in Af

ghanistan and gave the total area
of Asia as approximately .16.500..

000 square mues. .

Then- he challenged his oppon

ent,' Richard E. Harrison a New

York City map-maker, when Har

rison incorrectly said the Living

stone 1 Mountains were in tmooe tmooe-sia,
sia, tmooe-sia, Africa.. The mountains are
in Tanganyika, Africa,,-Einfrank

aaid.T.:-..

In another match, jockey-Billy

Pearson, of Passdena, CaliL, tied
with Mrs Jane Wilson, a H New

York City housewife, model and

artist, at $8,000 to a "jienauance

art" .category, i V- ,;

Df At ON HELLS CANYON?
The norse-trsdinff has tint Him.

ed to the Senate, where Mississip Mississippi's
pi's Mississippi's cigar-puffing' big Jim ; East Eastland
land Eastland has orODosed deals on Hell.

Canyon in order to get trial by ju jury
ry jury inserted in the civil rights bill.
'Eastland, even invaded the civil
rights camp and anoroached aueh

strong civU jrights Senators,1, as
Jim Murray of Montana, i Warren

wagnuson 01 Washington, and Joe

u Manoney 01 Wyoming. r :
Originally; Murray had come to
Eastland seeking votes to approve

a ieaerai aaro 00 tne snake River
at Hells Canyon. Murray had lin lined
ed lined up 4J votes, needed only five

more to guarantee passage.;
"I need help on Hells Canyon,
he told Eastland..'- .A1 p 1
' "I need help on .civil t rights,"
Eastland shot back. 4
Obviously Murray was "tenant

ed. In Montana." civil ritrhts is no

propiem,; out Hells, Canyon is
big issue.' But no deal was. made

; Later, lEottiand went to Mag-'

nusen or wasninqton with a i-pe-cific
dear. JHe offered to deli ver
ithe necessary" Ave; votes tok'ap tok'ap-prove
prove tok'ap-prove the confrovoralal H e l 1 1
Canyon dam, if Magnuaon would,
lino up enough western D e m e-

erats e prevent tha jSenalo from "J
I l Aita a .1 t

'W'"S jHimmof on jnfjwr
ry-trlal amendment.',. ,rf Z

Magnason has been soundine out

nis coueaaues recarainr the of

fer i

Meanwhile. Senate Demoeratle

leader Lyndon Johnson is doing
bis best to work out a civil rights
compromise. He' hs 'offered .to
push through, the civil rights bill
u the proponents will aceent the

jury-trial amendment.

Johnson' is' telling Senators pri

vately: .."Jim ..Eastland know we
have to nave a civil rights. But be
has got to have a lury trial.'!

We've' got to give him jury-trial
amendment."

Here Is how the Dixie-ReDubH-

eait coalition went to pieces u the

House of Representatives.

For a while it appeard to be
thriving. Congressman Smith of
Virginia had offered southern sud- :

port to kill the school construe t

tion bill, which conservative Re

publicans oppose, if .Republicans

voted tor trial oy jury. He had ai

so lined up Congressman 1 Wit
Ham Miller of Lockport. N.Y.. to

kill the pro-public Niagara Falls

power 0111 11 Miller.; in t e t u r n. 1

sponsored the trial-by-jury amend

ment. j

In addition, the south offered

Miller elother big concession.

Southern votes were promised to

otocK me Din 01 urooxiyn s con
gressman Celler requiring corpor corporations
ations corporations to notify the Justice De Department
partment Department before they merge. Big
business wants to kill this, and
Miller, wag guaranteed southern
support to de so if he would in introduce
troduce introduce the: jury-trial amendment.
However, on Juno 19, e epeak epeak-or
or epeak-or Joe Martin of Massachusetts
told Miller not to introduce his'
lury-trial amendment. Joe in
sistod it would hurt the Republi- -can
party. Lot a Democrat in-,
troduce the amendment, Joe'
said, not e Republican. .'.:
'Martin had been working close-

ly with the White House. Sherman
Adams at the White House waa
determined not to have any Re Republicans
publicans Republicans lined up against civil

rights.

Miller bowed, told Martin-that

if he considered the matter sa Im

portant he would stand aside. 'He
then notified Congressman Ed Wil

lis, Louisiana Democrat, that- ho

coma not introduce the jury-trial

This left southern leaders in a

jam. They knew that the jury-trail

amendment was certain to be de

feated if introduced by a south southerner.
erner. southerner. So. they approached s Con Congressman
gressman Congressman De Witt Hyde, the Ma Maryland
ryland Maryland Republican. Earlier he had-
championed, the jury-trial i d e a,f
but this time he backed down. He
knew .the White House and GOP 1

leaders in Congress did not want
Republicans in any way identified
with hamstringing the eivil right
bill. . u, j
Southern. Democrats? came Yiack
to Miller, urged him to introduce
the amendment, v They had a up-,
ported his friends on the Mohawk
Power Company fight In the past.
He could not walk out, oq the south
nOW.''.,-, '! : '.:VrY '.;"!
50m the other side, -Miller got
sure from his neighbor at Ro Rochester,..
chester,.. Rochester,.. N.Y.,. Congressman Ken
Keating, and from Les Arerids of
Illinois, the GOP .'"whin. He waa

really on the spot. : It was his o o-riginal
riginal o-riginal amendment. He had, made
an-impassioned speech for it last'
year. He stood ud for it consistent.

It this year. He had his1 b r i e f a

ana speeches all written. Finally

he indicated that if no one else

would introduce .it, he woulcU.

At the last minute, however,
Congressman Russell K 0 0 rvo y
now and conservative RepQili RepQili-can
can RepQili-can from Lincoln's homo state,
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Tf MAK FRIENDS

WILUAMSBURO, Va. Pres

ident Elsenhower, on the declln

of states' rights and responsible
ltles: '

"I believe deeply in, 1 states'
rights, but It is idle to champion
states' rights wtihout upholding

states' responsibilities as well."

'SUN VALLEY, Idaho-- Louis

C. Wyman. president of the Na

tional Association of Attorneys

General, on recent Supreme Court

decisions relating to subversive

activities: r t
"These decisions have set the

United States back 25 years in its

attempt to make certain that

those loyal to a foreign power

cannot create another Trojan

norse here., . i

NEW YO'RK James Norrls.

president of the International
Boxing club of New York, on a
federal court order that the IBC

be dissolved

"I'll stay in boxing, whether

we appeal or don't even, if it's

only In the Midwest."

WASHINGTON Rep. Stew

vAKlJtrA aim. uumiwawu nssiu bwri.ncnv1. vmcxs iu icpicsciitaiivca vi uonr missiuna iu juttun America re .. f,i
i- i.ftiitlv attended the Caribbean Air- Command Mission Conference held at Albrook Air Force. Base. Canal Zone. ,: Above, they

v are pictured with MajorGeneral Truman H. Landon, Ct)mmander, Caribbean Air Command. ? Seated, left to right Col. 'John Rrt udall (D-Ariz ) reporting
:w C." Osgood,1 Bolivia Col. sJames'P. Lyle, Honduras; -Col. Frederick W. Ott- El Salvador; .General Landpn; Col. Henry W. Terry V that one Arizona farmer will re
; "III, Chile; CoL Earl E. Batten, Guatemala; and CoL'-Samuel Hale, Dominican f Republic, a Standing, left to right: Lt- Col. reive a soverrimpnt rhrk fnr

i ; CoV Ben K; Armstrong, Brazil; Col; James c. Robinson, Jr;;. Ecuador; Col. Don L. Wilhelm,v Jr., Paraguay; Col. Leonard S. Dy n ZanL Za hank for nVnUntinc

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loadlnK of the dredge and a ;l,ooo-cHDic-yard barge -was complete, iate Saturday artetnooni

' The drydock, with the .dredge and ithe targe: inside! lytr Cristobal at .7:30 a.m: Sunday morn morn-7T?
7T? morn-7T? -'under tow of-'the 1,700-horsepeworN Sabine, Towing Company tug en route to New Orleans-'
"iWib Paraiso is bound for the Great-Lakes and the St.' Lawrence seaway." 'i

WSaWl
"': By' DICK .KLEINER ? j p

Marn

Singing

r, 'NEW, YORK (NEA) You

mlghT pause in your Dusy rouna y i.
- ... i. .;!. n fast cnrrv hripflv. I I li

for-Jean Martin. In her fight for

a record career, she's, naa to ov overcome
ercome overcome the handicap of a wealthy

i AusDana.. ' I
; i PMnh think." she says. ; "that N i l ?

I'm. iust singing for fun. They im- f A f

: agine that my life is one round ot j
fancy "parties. But singing is my 1 1 ..y I

me, sinsciitg :wuav i
- wanted to do. D Artec

"I nevec wanted money for mon- f ; j

eys' sake Tnoney cant buy tne by a record firm called Pickwick

an Martin

j things I want

"T What the Jail, blonde-gal from
V Abilene, Tex., wants js, a smash
' hit record. At.the moment, she has
: ;a medium hit in- something called
'"Yum, Yum, Yummy" on the Co-

ral Ubei. it's a step in wnat sne

j thinks, is the right direction.-1
"I want a career." she says

J, "Of course, my family my hus

, band-and my .daughter come

first, 'tmt I must have something

: els -to do. Something creative.
" Something 1 mental.. Something

stimulating. - ; --
-Jean came to New 'York as a
j. model, after beirg liss Houston
and Miss A Lot of Other Things.
Then she switched to singing. She
-did TV and tried the stage. 'but
now she's concentrating on the rec record
ord record field. -. -.'I
have' to make it on mv own

in records.", she says. "The big
record companies dont care how
much money my husband fan
they've got more." ..
Another (ingle that's made good
--the Kent cigarette tune has tunr tunr-ed
ed tunr-ed pop. Aladdin has brought 1t out
as a two side affair. One side" has
a straight instrumental version,
and Jyrics have been added to the
other side and it's called "For
Love." Buddy Weed conduct! the

one, "with the other side sung by
-Three Bea ax and a Peep.

The reservoir, here consists of

more than 450 songs "all the
standards and. every' show" tune
from '19 on." t' ,-
' Pickwick is planning to- release
them, on a new label called De

sign, at the rate of probably three
albums k year. They've figured
that there are enough tunes in Ue

library for around 37 albums.
And.- hist in case thp nin Ant

u Artega ; also has around the

bouse some tate recorded concert!

he conducted, too. These could

add another few years on. in case

he decided to release them on at

oum. x

. '-

Meanwhile.-fie continues to-make

new albums ior MGM, and, con

sequently, it beginning to worry,
a bit about over exposure. And
he'll have to live with that wornr

for at least 12 long and profitable

years. ? . : t

DICX'STPICKSI Well i"r. KIwU

Presley has a song called "Teddy
Bear" (RCA)- that -could eU a
million copies and a million tpii.

dy bears, too: Others: "Sweet
Stuff" (Gvy Mitchell, Columbia);
"Send For Me" tNat "King" Cole,
Capitol); "Past My Prime" (Sam.

my Rye,i 4 Colombia): "Cool
Shake" (The Del Vikiros. irprcu-

ryi; now Mop (Martha Cirwn,
RCA); "Solaire 'Street" (Jeff Hel Hel-landi
landi Hel-landi Jubilee); "Therea No One

to Love Me

Republicsn Ckims
'Democrats' Sold
Ouf Civil Rights;

WASHINGTON, June 26 (UP)-

Republican National Chairman
Meade : Alcorn has chareed that

six "self-styled liberal Democrats"

sold out civil rights in the Senate

last week to win southern Demo

cratic support tor the Hells Can

yon dam bill.,.

Sen.' Mike Mansfield fD-Mnnt V

Senate Democratic whip and act acting
ing acting majority leader, denied 1 the

cnarge. He said there was "no
deal of any kind, sort or natural
and there were no trades- on the
part of any Democrat with- an v I

other Democrat for votes."

Those accused .bv. Alcorn were

Sens. .Mansfield, .Wayne Morse

(D-Ore.). John P. Kennedy fD-

Mass.), Warren G. iHaenuson YD.

Wash. ),. and Joseph C O'Mahoney
(D-Mont).

Alcorn said the "band rf tM

styled 'Liberal' Democrats who
have been v hoodwinking minority

groups for years showed their
true colors" when they backed an

unsuccessful move to send the
.uesUont-lucorrentiy ror' failing -te
the-". Senate Judiciary- Committee

wnicm nas bottled-op civil rights

leglBHUOO. ' - f

" i tu T

" Alcorn said that In -return "'mora

than a dozen anti-civil nehts south

ern Democrat senators, five of

whom had in other years voted a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Hells Canyon." lined un in

... ..r -

iavor 01 int diu to construct a

government dam in -the canyon.

Dlanting

cotton; .. ' 4
f'We should toln a new term
lbooii8woggling,!',to cover the ma manipulations,
nipulations, manipulations, of some ?of these
farmers who are attempting to

If you don't catch a nerson's

name when you are introduced,
dont let the- matter slide by.
Say, "I'm sorry I didn't get your
name," and get 'it right. You

might have to 1 introduce the

person later. s

Then confessing taht vou don't

- .... ...:

Know nis name win De embar
rassinf.

hornswoggle the taxpayers of

tne united states." lk

NEW YORK Evangelist Bil

ly Graham; on a forthcoming
rally at Yankee Stadium;

rr.. t
'I understand that some of the

smart boys around town are giv

ing 10-1 odds that we can't fill

the stadium. I have confidence
that the Christian neople of New

York will come there and bring

tneir unchurched mends." :

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Supreme Court Holds
Negro's Conviction

Of Rape Illegal
WASHINGTON, .,June 2 (UP)
The Supreme Court todav

unanimously .reversed the con-Ld-SS2
vlction of a Washington. D.C.!fndJ 11 .d MBt;

Necrm aenr.enrert t.n yIIa tnr hi "

said, was he arraigned and told

or nis rights aeainst self-incrim

ination. -(.. ,.: ,.'

Speaking for the high 'court.

Justice Felix Frankfurter wrote

we cannot sanction this extend-1

rape of a white woman.-

The court held that Washing'

ton police Violated the rights of

tne defendant Andrew R. Mai

lory In a seven-hour question

me-before his arraignment on

the April 7, 1954 crime.-

Maliory, 22, was convicted and

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District Court in Washington on

June 24, 1955. The decision was

upheld by the VS. court or ad

peals - -

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Attorneys for Maliory argued

that police had held and ques

tioned the "mentally retarded

youth" for some' seven hours

without benefit of counsel.

Not until his-confession, they

arraignment to the "discretion

ox arresting officers." : v

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Grcmyko Denounces

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As Aooressive Talk

Cm L. r.

r,Z'j. .- k""-m in nana .na omr, &ucb a &oame" (The -Few
Iigured out that, everything being Voieee, Columbia).
equal, he wouldn't have to -do - While there's life in the calypso
wfLtU 196t ha he'd ti"'tnd. '-rend, here are some new
oave new records coming out reg-i albums for your calypso pleasure-t''-
4 . .',,' j dancing to calj-pw can be fun, and
ttrsUnd how nhis 'delight- on MGM, Larry Clinhm has a good
ful strtuatmn u possible, you bavelset eaiK-d "Calypso Melodies For

. raiersMM W Artega. The bril-iDancicg.- JKiny Deam shre
- J "b0rn' Lo-the has a feel for the West Indies
raised condurtor has spent most of music on his new Coral album

MOSCOW. June,'M (UPTN-

Foreign Minister- Andrei Oro Oro-myko
myko Oro-myko today denounced a recent
statement by Gen. LanrU Nor Nor-stad
stad Nor-stad as the ravings of an ar-

rressor and "inconsistent with

the disarmament negotiations.

Gromvko. at an unprecedent

ed early morning news confer

ence, read a orepared statement

denouncing the statement Nor

stad made before the Foreign

Affairs Committee of the U. S.

Senate.

Gromyko said Norstad's state

ment made it obvious the Unit-'

ed States was wins the London

disarmament talks as a smoke

screen to cover up a desire to
continue the arms race.
. He also criticized Norstad's
comments before the Nort At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Alliance in Paris where
the American general is the al allied
lied allied supreme commander In Europe.

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What's The Use
Unless He Noliccs?

WIVES are always being told wife that hti proud to introduce

that if they want their marriages

to last and. to be happy they must

Keep up with their husbands" and

stay as attractive as oossible.

'1 here,, is nothing wrong' w rt h

that advice. Only someone c ought
to t teU husbands to offec their

wives some incentive; and encour-agement-along,
the, way.t'" gft

If a ah refuses to talk" shop

to his wife and let her know the
important .things about his workj
how can he expect her to keep
intetrest in his career?

If a husband doesn't bother to

try to sell his" Wife on whatever
leisure-time activities he most en enjoys,
joys, enjoys, how can he blame her for
not being more companionable?

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URPRISE PACKAGE MWWM, M"f ""w5"iu;J.TwT-. niK l.at Thura-

resented to her at' a fareweu. .party given l'tZ"' w- -'

Making the presentation is mu, t"uu

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Say.

t NEZUELA'S INDEPENDENCE DAY WILL BE
'CELEBRATED WITH KECEPTION, JULY A.
! I The Ambassador of Veneiuela Col. Esteban Chlbaud
' Cardona and Mrs. Cardona have Issued Invitations for a
kala reception to be held at the Embassy residence Friday,
duly 5 between 7 pan. and 9 p.m.
The occasion is the celebration of the 148th anniversary
tf the Venezuelan Declaration of Independence.

Jockey Club Will Fete
American Society
The ''Jockey Club of Panama

has cordially, invited American So Society
ciety Society members, their wives and

their guests to witness races at the
new President Remon race track

in the afternoon of July 4. The 4th

of July Classic" race is scheduled

for 5:30 p.m. Men are required to

wear a coat, but it will not be ne

cessary to wear a necktie. .
Preceding the faces will be the
American Society's annual 4th of
July Party' to be held at the Pa

nama Golf Club, 1:00 p.m. 5:00

p.m. President Ernesto de la uuar

dia and Mrs,, de la Guardia will

be the honor guests.
T.urhn Azcarraea's orchestra will

furnish the music. There will be

a limited fireworks display. A Bufn

fet will be served.

Tickets for the party can be ob

tained iron? the following mem members:
bers: members: ' v. '''.J (:

Louis Gomez. Joe Harrington,

Dick .Pehlinger, DickNelson, Seol Seol-ly
ly Seol-ly Moore. Jim Ridge, Bill Schmitt,

Otto Haiismann; Tom' Oglesby,. Bob

Boyd. Jimmy fiaia, Myron tisher,

Jack McGrath. Gordon Dalton,
Frank. Eaymond, Bob Acly, Paul

Sidebotham. i-

her to his friends, and that he has

complete confidence .m her as a

hostess, he shouldn't be surprised

it she fails to crow in gracious

ness and charm and self -c o n f i-

H E MUST NOTICE H E R

IF a ; husband never seems to

notice when his wife looks pretty

or has on a new dress or has her

hair doae in a different way. how

is she expected to know that her
looks are important to him?

"And if a man grumbles every

time a woman spends money on

clothes, he ought not to be shock shocked
ed shocked if she begins to look dowdy.

A wife can't keep in stetf witn

her husband through the years
unless he is willing to pick her

up whan she; stumDies, encour encourage
age encourage her whert 'the going is rough,
and pause now and then to pay

her a compliment.

When more husbands understand

their obligation to help t h e 1 r

wives, there wui De xewer wives

who quit trying somewhere along

the way,

M anl Mr Jama FntartAtn":-4

For DaooMar-and Cut J.

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry James en

tertained at cocktails at their res

idence ia San Francisco de la Ca-

leta on Monday evening in honor

of .their daughter, Miss Judy

James and her house guest. Miss

Dolores Truckenmiller. The young
ladies, who are in nurse's training

at Methodist Hospital in Sioux ci city,
ty, city, Iowa, arrived on Sunday for a
stay of three and a half weeks with
Miss v James parents. ."'-Eighty

guests attended the party. , ;?

Mri R. K. Morris Gives

Lunchoon Swimming Party

Mrs, K. K. Morris gave a lunch

eon and swimming party at tne
Union Club yesterday in honor of

Miss Bonny Caste smith who. was

visiting here for, the .weekend.
K Bonny, whose home is in. Mar

garita is ort vacation from Fair Fairfax
fax Fairfax Hall in Wainsborough,, Va. She

Mr. R. K. Morris granddaugh

ter, v

Guests were Misses, Jo Ann

Potter, Suzi Potter Judy James,
Cynthia Cowdery, Elizabeth Bark-

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er. Dolores TrucKenmuier ana

Mrs. Jerry James., ; i

Miss Mary Brigham Leaves', v'"

For vacation in Mexico '".

of English at Balboa High School,

left on Tuesday for Mexico. She

will spend two- weeks in laxco

where she will be met by her broth brother's
er's brother's family and will then join them

m touring Mexico and Guatemala.

Her brother; Edward M. Brig
ham Jr.. is director of the King

man Memorial Museum of Natur

al History at Battle Creek, Michi

gan This is his annual expedi expedition
tion expedition for picture-taking for his lec

tures, both television and other otherwise
wise otherwise and for collecting artifacts for

that museum. v
Miss Brigham will return to the
Isthmus about August 12.
Joseph Fuchs ;..
Will Plav Tonight

Joseph Fuchs. .the international

ly known concert violinist, will ap

pear in a recital at the National

Theatre tonight at 9:00 p.m.

The distinguished North American

artist, who has been soloist With
the leading symphony orchestras

of the world, will be accompanied

by Arthur Balsam, a well known

pianist in his own right. w

The program selected by jur
Fuchs for his-recital tonight fol

lows; adagio in Mi Major, K.'261
Rondo In Do Major. K. 373. Wolf-

eane Amadeus Mozart. Adagio

And Fugue From Sonate In Sol

Minor- For Violin SOIo.r Johann

Sebastian Bach, Sonata In Re

Minor,' Opus 108, Johannes

Brahms, Allegro, Adagio, Un pc
co presto con aentimento, Presto
agittato, Sonata No. 2 For Violin
And Piano, Quincy Porter, Allegro,
Andante, Scherzando, Andante, Al Allegro
legro Allegro con fuoco. Song From. Afar,
Carmago Guarnieri, Caprice No.

17, wNicolo Paganini (Arranged

with piano accompaniment by Lil

man Fuchs). From The Home

land. Smetana. '

Tickets will be on sale at the

box office." i

. lach aetica far Inclusion in tan
column should o iubmitltd m
typt-writton Urm ana msiloO o
lh bx number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise,' delivered
hand to the efHce. Notico of"
meetings cannot bo accepted by
-telsphM. ,' , n

Helpers Needed

For Browni t :

Oay Camp

All adults and seniors, 'who are

interested ui helping in any way,

ai me racuic-siae urownie uay

Camp, are asked to attend a
meeting to be held at the Balboa
Little House Thursday afternoon

June 27, at 2 o'clock.

CZ Cam And Minerals Soelotv

The regular monthly meeting nf

me vanai zone uem anrf Mtnera is

Society will be held Friday- eve

ning at :3u p.m. m Balboa. 'Danny-;
Rudge and Bob Stewart will
be in charge of the program to be
held after the meeting. ;
Archbishop Maiztegul

b oner a I Assembly

Ihe next regular monthly busi

ness meeting .of the Archbishop
Maiztegul General AssenYbly will
be held at the Cristobal Council

No. 1689 Margarita, on Friday at nomination,- recorded substantial nal Zone.

' CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE IN ANCON r' .
For Church Of The Ndzarene,

. The Church of the Nazarene, ports progress in all denirWnt.

an International Protestant', de- iot Its first four yean in the C f

7:45 n.m

The' usual dinner that nreredes

the meeting will be held at the

Cristobal yacht Club at 6:15 p.m.
for those members : who wish to
attend. Any one i who wishes to

travel by train from the Pacific

side will be met at i Mount Hope
Station for transportation to the

yacht Club.
' Nominations and election, nf of

ficers for the comine vear will

take place at this meeting, so, ev

ery member is urged to attend

this meeting. : ; -The
Worthy Master has a few

Sword and Baldrics left. .He is

anxious to get rid of them and if
anyone is interested please con con-tac
tac con-tac him. ,. y
5ood Deed Ends
'n Highway Dealh

On tresfofHill j

ATLANTA. June 26 (UP) A 611.319.

young Aioany man wno stopped

to do a good turn for a stranded

motorist was killed near Ellaville

today in an accident that also

took the Ufa of another persons
The Highway Patrol reported

that Curtis Hamlin, 28, was kill killed
ed killed when he stopped to give aid

to- an unidentified motorist

waose'qai had -flat tire Ham Hamlin
lin Hamlin wo struck i and killed by a
truck driven by t Delbert A.
Bramlett of Atlanta.
Bramblett Vas killed when his

truck careened off the hlghwayj

10 avoid ine, wamiia pick-up
truck parked near the vehicle of
th stranded motorist at about
1:15 a.m." Just over the crest .of
a hill on U.S. Highway 19 north

Relatives of the HatnUns ald!0. YOfk CfUSSdO

me coupie were returning iromi

gains in every t area of its work

during 1956, it was reported here
this week.

; The annual statistical report

by Dr. s. T. Ludwlg, Kansas CI
ty. Mo., General Church Secre

tary, showed that new churches

and Sunday schools were estab established
lished established at the ? rate of two a
week, in 1956. The denomination
had a net gain of 109 churches
for a year-end total of '4,139. ;
A net gain of .8,031 members,
or a ,2.8 per t cent Increase,
brought the denomination -' total

to 287,866.- The vast majority

joined on profession of faith.

remaps most notable was tne

record of $124.94 in per, capita
giving in 1956. This was an in increase
crease increase of. $4.35 over the previous

high of $125.59 in 1955.

Denominational giving for all

purposes also increased by $2,-

260,063 in 1956,- or a denomina

tional total of $37,404,741.

Sunday school e n r o lunent

reached an all-time high of

All three principal societies Sl

missionary, junior, ana ; young
people recorded gains In mem-,

bers and income. '. v
' The denomination. stands or
the spread and conservation of
the Weslevan doctrine of entire

sanctif ication, It marks Its startj

at Pilot point; Texas tn ioo, ana

plans are being -completed for Its
golden aBpiversaobstrjnee la

moo. l
The local congregation lor tht
Church of the Nazarene. with

Rev. Elmer O. Nelson, pastor, re

Graham Confident

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Mrs.' Hamlin remained in the

truck while her husband got out

to Tieln the driver.

When the Bramblett truck ap approached.
proached. approached. Hamlin told his wife

to blink the truck lights in

warning, when the truck appar

ently failed to notice the ugnts
Hamlin told his wife to abandon

their vehicle for the side of the

road.

- Mrs. Hamlin was not physical physically
ly physically injured but required treatment

for shock, officers reported.

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Will Pack Stadium

NEW YORK. June 26 (UP) Bil-

lv Grabam said Monday nigbt

he was confident hit New York

Crusade would Pack Yankee Ma

dium July 20 despite, the fact

"some of tfie smart boys are gir
in 10-1 nddi alnsl.itA r -

a .. .

The 38-year-old evangelist toia

a Madison sauare uaraen auai-

ence of 18,300 that he would def definitely
initely definitely end his crusade July 20
with a mammoth meeting in Yan Yankee
kee Yankee Stadium, which seats 61000
persons. ? "
"I have confidence that the
Christian people of New York
will come there and bring their
unchurched frienda," Graham
said. He said he had heard that

"the smart boys around town'

were betting against him, but it

didn t worry him.
Cowboy star Roy .Rogers and

his wife. Dale Evans, will appear

at some of Graham's meetini o-

ver the bni July 4 week. end. the

vaneelist announced.

Roger HolL chairman of the

ine iormex Ancon Green Greenhouse
house Greenhouse was purchased aud.femod aud.femod-eled
eled aud.femod-eled for church services, In 1954.
This Home Mission Church still
receives a major part of its sup support
port support from the denominational
headquarters located In Kansas
City, -Md 3 Recently ; i $5000
building lmprovein,ent was com-
pleted, which ; gave two Xxiivr
rooms to the parsonage as well
as added 1 remodeling of the

cnurcn auditorium.
During the past year a congre congregation
gation congregation has been established ont
the Atlantic side In Margarita,
for the Church of the Nazarene,
Rev. Ralph Hysong thelnewly-,

appointed pastor is presently
conducting service in tha Jiiar-'
garita School Gymnasium. Gymnasium.-.
. Gymnasium.-. The public Is welcome to wor-"
ship in either of these churches.

' By OSWALD JACOB Y ;
Written fer NRA Soryice

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13. The Yankee Stadium meetini

will not be televiaed

MACON. June 26 (UP) Lt

Gov. Ernest Vandiver told moe

ihan 400 delegates to Girls State
.at Weslevan College todav that

, mnrfara m,th ahmiM toko Tnnr New York Crusade executive corn-

active part in state affairs.- (mittee, aaid Graham will appear
-t nnh hnn that the Touth of lea two additional nationwide tele-

todav, by atudving the system of wui ongmaie irom ai-
checks and balances la our gov- diaon Square Garden July 6 and

ernment. can return to the gov government
ernment government bv the Constitution nf
the Ualted States," Vandiver
Mdd. ; .-.-;-v--.,l
. Vandiver an ana anounced

candidate for the Georgia gov governor's
ernor's governor's race aext summer, also
blasted the UA Supreme Court.
Earlier in the day the girls re received
ceived received instructions on county
government from Dr. Ed car H.

Wilson. Mercer University law,

school professor and Blbby Coua
ty state representative.

British Close V
War Crimes Jail
In Wet!, Germany
WERL. Germany.' June 26 (UP)

The last three Nazi war crimi criminals
nals criminals were released from the Brit-

juh war crimes prison here today

and the priaoa tloied.
The prisoa St one tine acid 249
Germans convicted by British. tri tribunals
bunals tribunals of war crimes.' including
former Luftwaffe Marshal Albert
Kenaelring. -
The United States still holds 24
war criminals ia its prison at
Landsberf and the French have
three in WUtici Prison.

Swansom
BONED CHICKEN

A SALT LAKfe CITYi.eorre.'

spondent writes: "Here is a hgnd
that is still causlne a lot of riio--

cussion ia our duDlicat tluh. t!-"

ery table reached seven spades
but as you can see, seven no no-trump
trump no-trump is just as easy a contract
and I wonder" why we' all fell
down pa those extra 10 points k
that would have meant a too

score for anyone who went after
it. '- l'-r ', -v' "..'

"I Sit North and Waa k,& .mms

had a slam the moment my. -partner
. responded with two
spades. I temporised with three)
spades iand when he asked for
aces by" bidding four no-trump I
Jumped right to the grand slam. -I
did not want to take the slight
chance that he might pass if I
had shown my .three aces by
means of a five-spade bid. I feel
that he could have bid seven no no-trump
trump no-trump over my sevea spades. -"

How right am I?"
The answer to this maa ii that -'
he is very right. South might
well have tried the grand slam

la no-trump after North's Jump

vo seven spaaes.

South could definitely have

marked North 'with all three
missing aces on his' jump to

seven, a that case South could
count 12 tricks as follows:' six '',
in spades, two in hearts, three
in diamonds aad on la dubs. Ha
could also be certain that North .'
would hold the king of clubs. -After
all he (South! held the
three other kings. j
Finally. South might have

gone one step further and rea reasoned
soned reasoned that sevea ao-trump might
be even safer thaa seven spades.
The opening lead might bo raft

ed at a spade contract whereas
it could ot be at ao-trump.

All

ooto of mrnof IU

kU Too o SWr'fo
boeowM by
toocfot SY7AKSC3
SAIITT

COMMERCIAL SQIOOL
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. 5th Street. No. 7-25 .
' Facing the Cathedral Church
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WEDNESDAY, JUNK t8, 1957 -V
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NEW OFFICERS FOR ALBROOK WIVES The Albrook Offic ers Wives Club Installed' new officers last Welt during theif
; June meeting at the Albrook Officers Club.:' President-elect Rita JSJilsson ; (center left) Is receiving the gavel from out-going
president Doris Small. other of fleers to "serve the 6 months term are (left to right) Jean' lively, 1st: vice president; Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Babb, 2nd vice president; Jean. Christy, recording secretary; Edna Dales, corresponding secretary; Sarah peavy, treas- 1
urer, and Beverly Payne, asst. treasurer. , ,,,., ; ... -'

Socifif p.nd Ollt

: Mrs. Tribe Returns
From Son' Graduation
t- Mrs. Marguerite Tribe of Balboa
- returned home on Monday f from
i attending the graduation,; of her
son, Ponald. j from the United
, States Military Academy, at West

, -Point,,on June, 4, ;
- Mr. Ed Browdar Tour Seaway
' On Vacation

Mfnd Mrs. Edward M. Brow-

,' .? and their son. William, re-

i; turned on Monday: from a vacation
. of eight weeks spent visiting Wash
' ington," Philadelphia, Boston and
' ranada. where Mr. Browder tour-

?ed the St, Lawrence Seaway Pro

;:;,ject.,B,4 v, V.t, f
? Organisations Entertain
Pafiantk In Garaas Hospital .

:. ThA .mpmh'era of Shaneri La

Vim tent No. 1. Military "Order

- of the Cooties, paid visit, to, the
natienta Sunday afternoon. The

Red Cross .recreation hall was the

scene of much hilarity as tne.uw

ton Pickers performed j .
Members of the band were M

;, tonunuei

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f :15 cnurcn in Tne wuawooa

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Sgt. Earl S. Baughnfan of Albrook
AiKB, PN-1 Rusty Severance of
Rodman, SP3 Richatd Massie of
Fort Kobbe and PFC Eddie David

son of Fort Amador. Mr. Dennis

D. Hooper, Hospital Chairman of

rup lent ino. i, ana nis commit

tee, Mr. J. Warford, Mr. C. Cot

trell, Mr: E. Dixon, Mr. C. Brett,

Mr. R. Zachary, Mr. F. Green Greenwood
wood Greenwood and Mr. D. Hughes, visited

ine wards wun cigarettes, : cnew

ing gum and magazines. Members

of the Ladies Auxiliary who ac
companied them were Mrs.- M,
Hooper and Mrs. E. Taylor.

The ;VFW Ladies Auxiliary eave

a bingo for the patients on Wednes

day,: at the. Red Cross recreation
hall. Assisting Mrs.- Louise Witzig,

jfresiaent oi the group, was Mrs:
Ola Furman. Prizes were cigaret

tei and toilet articles. Refresh

ments consisted of nunch and cake.

The Ladies- Auxiliary v wishes to

UKe tnis means oi expressing Us

appreciation to : the Tabacalera

Istmena for.' its regular .donation

oi cigarettes to the grouo for wel

fare ournoses. .' -A .'i

The American' Lesion' Auxiliary

gave its monthly bingo at the Red

Cross recreation hall at Gorgas

Hospital recently Prizes consisted

of cigarettes, toilet articles and

socks. Refreshments served were

punch and cake. Members of the

committee were Mrs. Mary E.

Becker, chairman Mrs. Eleonor

Connor ana Mrs. Ariene Msrtin.

Lawyer Says Teamster Offered
Bribe To Spy On Senate Group

WASHINGTON, June 28 (UPl! When asked for "earnest mon-

-New York attorney John Cye:ey,", cheasty. said, Hoffa pulled

Prio's Miami Talk

Opposing Balisla

May Have Backlash

: "MIAMI, June 28 (UP) For

mer Cuban President Carlos Prlo

Socarras may have gotten in hot
water wlthi United States i offi officials
cials officials when he appeared at a ral

ly Sunday and urged some 1,100
Cubans to unit In their opposi opposition
tion opposition to the- frovernment of FUl-

gencio Batista.
Federal authorities fhere ad

mitted they, were Investigating
to determine If Prlo has violat

ed the terms of the agreement

under which he is allowed to re remain
main remain in thia country in, ,. exile
from his homeland. Prlo was

ousted by Batista in 1952 and

lives at Miami Beach.

The former president was the

chief speaker Sunday at the big

rally of Cubans belonging to sev

eral groups whose avowed pur purpose
pose purpose is the overthrow of the Ba

tista government.

District Immigration Officer

Joseph Savoretti pointed out
that under the agreement, Prlo

"Is not to engage In any politi political
cal political activity."

Midvesfcrn Farmers

Agree Their Wives
Wouldn't Like USSR

ROCKFORD. Til.. June 28 (UP)

A rrtnin of Midwest ianners

, Just returned from a 17-day tour

of Russia have agreed their wives
wouldn't like living la the Soviet
they'd have to work too hard.
The 30 farmers, who returned
Monday, said the most Impress Impressive
ive Impressive thin about Russia was ot
Soviet collective farming, but the
hard labor put-by Russian

women.

Cheasty testified yesterday that

Teamsters Vice president James

B. Hoffa offered him $18,000 to
"spy" on the Senate Rackets
Committee for the benefit of

union witnesses.

Cheasty, the government's star

witness in Holla's bribery-con
splracy trial, said the Detroit la

bor, leader told him the Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters wanted "somebody on the
Inside of the committee' to pass

out information,"
Cheasty -took the witness
stand In federal court after
the defense failed In a move to
suppress his testimony, The
government alleges that he ob obtained
tained obtained a staff job with the com committee
mittee committee at Hoffa's request and
then tipped off committee of officials
ficials officials and the FBI as to what
was goinr on. i

' Cheasty said he was first ap

proached on the matter by Hy

man I. Flschbach, a Miami, Fla.,
lawyer and a co-defendant In

the trial. This led to a meeting
with Hoffa In the Teamster

Leader's office last Feb. 13, he

said.

He isald Hoffa told him the

union i was "used to" congress

ional investigations and had been

through three of them. But "this
time he wanted somebody on the

inside" who could Trepare" un

ions officials -called before the

committee, Cheasty said.

! n said Hoffa told him that

"a fellow" had offered for $25,-

ytOfl so to It that 1 Team

ter off leials iwboni Hoffa did
not want aubpenaed would aot
be sailed. r r t

Hoffa said he turned down the

proposition because he didn't

think the man could "deliver,"
Cheasty testified. ---'
Cheasty said ho and Flsch Flschbach
bach Flschbach bad agreed his payment
would be $2,000 a month, but
Hoffa made it a flat $1&000 to
be paid in quarterly sums.

out nine $100 bills and two $50

bills, tossed them across the desk
and said "I owe you $17,000 now."
He said Hoffa' wanted him to

watch for any attempt by, sen.
Barry Goldwater (R-Ariz.) and

the late Sen., Joseph R. McCar

thy (R-Wls.) "to take the lead
away" from committee Chairman

John L. McClellan (D-Ark).

Cheasty said Hoffa thought

the two Republican acommlttee
members knight do this "by force

of personality." He said Hoffa

also told him he couldn't expect
any helD from Sens. Pat McNa-

mara D-Mlch.) or Irving Ives1

(R-N.Y.) on the committee al although
though although he thought ; both were
"pro union.'"
Cheasty said he asked Flsch Flschbach,
bach, Flschbach, what would happen if he
were caught acting, as a spy on
the committee. He aald the law lawyer
yer lawyer told him "there. wasnt a
chance to get caught that we

were too smart for hat."

- He aid Flschbach also as assured
sured assured him that he would not
have U split his pay with
Flschbach. He said Flschbach
told him' he expected to get a
lot of law buainea from the
Teamsters Union if the Senate
Investigation waa "smoothed
over and Hoffa dldnt get
hart."' :

Earlier, defense counsel Id-

ward Bennett Williams requested

permission to question cheasty's

competence as a witnessi bui
Judee Burnlta fl. Matthews ruled

that ; Wllllama could raUe the

question during the regular

cross-examination of Cheasty,

Williams wanted to determine

whether Illegal wiretapping was

used In getting evidence-and
whether a confidential lawyer-

client relatlonshiD existed be

tween -Cheasty and Hoffa. Zither

of these : circumstances would

make Cheasty 'a testimony lnad

mlssable. -.-.

r.lorc Purveyors;
Of -ObsccRS Pbc Pbc-Due
Due Pbc-Due To Get Axe
WASHINGTON June 28 '(UP)
(UP) A high, postal official pre predicted
dicted predicted today the government will
put additional promoters of dirty

pictures and "party movies', out

of business as a result of tne su supreme
preme supreme Court's ruling on obscenity.
' But "Aba Goff, Post Office De

partment general counsel, prom promised
ised promised the department will not be become
come become a "puritanical censor" or do
"anything unreasonable."

The Supreme Court ruled for

the first time Monday that the
Constitution's free speech guaran guarantee
tee guarantee does not mean the right to

mail or distribute obscenities'. It

upheld the constitutionality of the
federal obscenity-in-the-mail s t as

tute and. state laws, of California

and New York barring various

forms of obscene matter.

Goff. terming the mail law rul

ing "gratifying," told the .-United
Press it will make it easier to
prosecute persons sending s a 1 a a-cious
cious a-cious matter through the mail. He
said the law, dating back to 1872,
has been attacked repeatedly
through the years on constitution constitutional
al constitutional grounds. J

The court unfield the 5 constitu

tionality of these laws;

me federal obscenity statute

which fixes a $5,000 fine, a 3-year

jail term of both for. mailing "ob-

csene, lewd, lascivious or filthy

puDUcations,", t '. v

: A California criminal law
which bars the writing, publishing
or selling of indencent papers or

Hyenas, Snatch; ,,
48 Children ,
Near India City
ALLAHABAD, India June 26 -(UP)
i Hyenas have -taken 48
children from two villages near
this city in the past month, police
reported today.
Reports reaching Allahabad
said no trace of the children has
been found. Villagers In Serathu
and Tehsil are in a state of near
panic"; and have asked police to
track .down' the hyenas," and : kill
them, the reports said, -" i

books. f ,'
--A New York Iawwhfch allows
a court to prevent distribution j-of
obscene printed matter,-, c.-.

Jit's time to step up to

finer flavor

scaHering

''Vy seavT WYeajaaVw IV I

Bob Feller Wants Baseball
Put Under Anti-Trust Laws

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1 :30 Much-B 1 n d 1 n g-In-The-

Marsh .s
J:00 Hank Snow And -Hli
Rainbow Ranch Boys
1:15 Sammy Kaye Show
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4:30 What's Your Favorite (re-

quests taken by phonrj

WASHINGTON. June 28 (UP)

Bob Feller, one of baseballs all-

time areata.. told a congressional

committee yesterday that organiz

ed baseball is a' business and

should be put under the anti-trust

laws.

But Feller said that profession

al baseball should, be given two

exemptions one covering the re reserve
serve reserve clause and the other their

franchise rights to their cities. He

proposed a five-year limit on the

controversial reserve clause.

.

The Supreme Court la 1122 ex

empted baseball from the anil
trust laws. But the tribunal sue

tested, last February, in placing
pro football under the anti-trust

laws, that Congress take another

look at baseball s status. ;

Feller, former star pitcher for
the Cleveland Indians, expressed

his views before a House Judicia Judiciary
ry Judiciary Subcommittee.
"Certainly baseball is a busi

ness," Feller said. "What's wrong

with calling baseball a business."

He said placing tho fame un under
der under the anti-trust laws we old
Kale baseball, net hurt H.

Feller ssid his recommendstion

waa aimed at nrotectmf tha tliv

All but one of the group waa t their relations with the

from the Rockford area in team owners.
north-central Illinois. They were.

joined bv a farmer from Brod- Re said the outctaadinr star-'a

head, Wis. fellow with a good arm" doesnt

The farmers trin was arrang-.neea ine protection so muca as

ed by a Rockford television sta- the "journey-msa player" who

never .rescues stardom out piay

baseball as a career.'

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8:00 Interlude

8:1 ELCI RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
8:30 Interlude v
7:00 Goon Show ;
7:30 VOA Report from O S.
8 00 r:.,-?.fTan Theater -8:30
Take It From Hwa

:00 Ycy Asked For It re-

tton. and the rroun paid its owa

way at a cost of about $1,400 to

11300 each. All or them aeemea
to think It waj a good Invest

ment. j

The group was critical or kus-

Feller called for a five year

limit on tne reserve clau.

But. Stan alusiaL slugging star

The Junior EDta will present a

jshow and revue tomorrow night
at the Camp Bierd Theater. A

Imimtwr nf rfid will irnwir M

ASked For It fre-'fh rimm-am ln-hvlin lh lard

ouests Uken by pboDffeiturt rf B;g fy tBd
m wK?:S ''' Rock V Roll Combo" front
10.33 Music From Hotel Pan-; the Cafe Esmiire.

' Iclau.e should -be tampered with.

I Feller 4 s president of the afajor

League BatebalJ Players Ass a.
'Musial is Vic President,

Feller alae reconxmended :
' LiTjng restrictions oa winter
baseball, barnstorming and taking

Junior Elks Offer
Camp Bierd Show

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io. folio. Price of admicsioa is 30 cents.

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MtPtCH town

part in other sportt' during the

off sesson, .' -h:-'
; Loosening 1 the -"tight .restrlc

tlons" on franchise moves. ;

. Clvint tho players and "eouar

say" with tho owners In picking

tho baseball commit lienor.

. "Iron bound provisions" to as

sure continuation ot tne mayor

pension plan a tier jwi.

(jorrections in tne present pa

thetic" bargaining procedures."

Waren Giles and William Har-

ridge', presidents oi the National
and American leagues, respective respectively,
ly, respectively, were to testify later They
originally were scheduled to- pre

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x By MILTON RICHMAN
, NEW YORK, June 26 (UP) The White Sox
' have tried everyone at first base but the batboy, so
: maybe it's only poetic justice that they're back on

top again because oi a guy wno ieeis ne snuuianavc

?heen given the joa m me
1 Hi name i WaltDropo. and
f chance's are you've heard of mm
t betaue they; were comparing Jum
with Jimmie Foxx ;and -,a n k
rjGreenberg -when he first, arrived
rjnithe majors way back in 1949.
Aomehow he never quite made,
iC"big," however, and, with the
mil. d ho was low man on

v thi totem pole amongthree other
l4mt basemen, this spring. But last
evmht it wa his two-run homer

IjMthe venth inning .that broke

t&eajBob Keegan and. Dave Sis-iZf---.
h' White Sox a 2-1

' rtrf a scwesiess-, pucnwg

i2T bnrt the- White Sox

t victory wer. the Red Sox that en

abled them, tO UUHVvei tu-

I merican League ieaa
the Yankees by half a game.

it was vinaiti""i

who

in a way

m iL. .i..(nn.fiva DroDO

has bean foread to sit around

this season while Jim kiv-t.,
Dave Philley and Earl Torga Torga-fen
fen Torga-fen ware aivan a shot at the
first basa iob. Tha home run
was his ninth of tha season, one
mVrs ithan ha hit all last y-.r.

? Keegan helc the Kea
.,. i KnabDine their six game

winning streak.
JS Cleveland registered its fourth
"'-victory in a row by crushing the
S,' Yankees, 11-2; Baltimore handed
Kansas City its sixth straight de de-t
t de-t feat, 54, and Detroit rallied for
,' three runs in the 10th inning to
defeat' Washington, 7-4.
1 Cincinnati climbed into a virtual
tin for the National League lead

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VFW Teener

Meeting Set
For Tomorrow

The VFW Teener League will
I liold its regularly scheduled meet-
ing -at the Margarita Clubhouse
I this Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Many
i' of the final arrangements for the
coming trip to the National VFW
Teener tournament will be discuss-

I ; The chief item on the agenda
will be the selection of the VFW
. rnreientative to accompany the

team to the States together with

Moy De la Pena, manager, ana
i Henry Lutz, coach.
t With the sailing date for the
-VFW Teener team about a month
away, the boys have received in in-i'
i' in-i' vitations to play in Mechanicsburg,
.Latrobe, and Carlisle, Pa., and in
Union, N.J.
This is the third year the Car-
lisle people have played host to
four Canal Zone team, and the re re-newed
newed re-newed invitation speaks well for
J, the conduct of our boys as well
as for their baseball ability.
5 The itinerary is not yet com com-i.plete
i.plete com-i.plete pending receipt of informa-
tioo from New York and New Jer Jer-Ytef
Ytef Jer-Ytef contacU, but it has been de determined
termined determined that the team will play
exhibition games from New York
J' to Hershey, Pa. prior to participat-
wg to the National tournament.
f The drive for lunds U progress-
ino- follows:

PraalMM aeknawladaad

Beester ticket aala
Isther Padersen
Lav anal Co.
Catholic Daughters
j f America

Isthmian Rebecca Ledge
Ne. 1 10.00
Total t. data v $1221.00

; Contributions to help send tne
.boys to Hershey -may be mailed
-to Box 2011, Curundu, Canal Zone.

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$100.00
1065.00
. 31.00
5.00
5.00
5.00

irst place.

with 'the idle Cardinals by beat beating
ing beating the Giants, 3-2; Brooklyn blank blanked
ed blanked Milwaukee, 2-0, and Chicago
climbed out of the cellar with a

5-3 triumph over Pittsburgh.

Southpaw Don Mossi checked the

Yankees on eight hits while his

teammates collected 12 including
a two-run homer by Russ Nixon
and a grand slam wallop by Roc

ky Colavito. Mossi held the Yanks
at bay in every inning but t h e
second when Andy Carey hit a
two-run homer. Tom Sturdivant
was the loser,

Ex-Dodger Billy Loes, given a
$1,000 raise only 24 hours previous previously,
ly, previously, came through with a brilliant
tnree-hit effort for the Orioles. He
retired the first 16 batters in or order
der order before Joe Demaestri singled

with one out in the sixth. It was

Loes' eighth victory against three

defeats. Bob Boyd raised his bat

ting average' to .350 with three

hits for Baltimore.
Reliever Harry Byrd, fust
brought up from the minors,,
was credited with the Tigers' vic victory
tory victory when they hammered Tru
Clevenger for three runa In the

10th. Bill Tuttla drove In t h e
tie-breaking run while teammate
Charlie Maxwell hit two homers.
Ted Kluszewski's pinch single
off 'Red Worthington with the bas bases
es bases full and two out in the ninth
boosted the Redlegs to within

fiye percentage points of the Car- Player and C

dinals. Brooks Lawrence gave up Musiai; St. Louis

only lour nits, including a homer If ondy, fits,
to Danny O'Connell, in registering Hodges, Bk'n

nis eigntn victory. Until the ninth. I Aaron, Mil.

Cincinnati's only two runs off Gi- Robinson, Cinci.

ant starter Ray Crone were the eunou, Bk'rt

result of home runs by Smoky (Dark, St. Louis

Burgess in the second inning and Mays, N. Y,

the fourth.
Duke Snider's 15th homer in the
first inning, was all the margin

rookie, Uanny McDevitt of tt

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Golf Tournament. Above, the winning team received the Base trophy from Albrook Base Executive Officer, Lt. Col. Richard
T. Lively. Left to right: Major Lawrence M. Meier, A3C William Congers, Al Garcia, Lt. Col. Lively; Col. W. L. Moynihan.
(team captain) capt. George R. Gildersleeve and Captain WUli am Gross. .; K ."vn-:; ,

iilajor League
Leaders

LEADING BATTERS
(Based en 150 official at bat)
National League

G AB R H Pet.
62 248 39 89 .359
53 208 25 73 .351
60 230 33 70 .339
66 279 50 93 .333
64 264 50 88 .333
55 223 40 72 .323

59 252 40 79 313

64 242 48 75 .310

Schmitz Giving Toronto Lift

In In

Teams

St. Louis
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
Milwaukee

Brooklyn'

New York
Chicago

Pittsburgh

National League

36
38
35
' 36
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26 .581

28
28
29
29

30 k 35
21 37
23. 42

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56
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.547
.462
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, Today's Games .'
Pittsburgh at Chicago (2)
New : York at Cincinnati (N
Brooklyn at Milwaukee (N)
Philadelphia at St. Louis (N)

Hi Yesterday's Results

(Night Game)
New York 110 000 000-2 4 0

Cincinnati 010 100 001-3 10 1 1

Crone (4-2). Worthington and

Katt. .- ;

; Lawrence (8-4)aiid Burgess,

(Night' Game)

Brooklyn 1 100 000 001-2 4 0
Milwaukee 000 000 000-0 4 2

McDevitt (2-1) and Campanella.
Burdette (5-5) and Crandall.

Teams

Chicago
New York
Cleveland

Detroit i

Boston K c

'Baltimore
Kansas City
Washington

American Leag .;
.W L Pet. GB

39' 23 .629

24

39

35 28
.' 34 31'
33 32
30 34
, 25 39
, 22 46

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.556
.523
;508"
-.469,,
.391
.324

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15
20

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Detroit at Washineton YNVn

v Kansas City at Baltimore (N)

vieveiana at XMew xorK ... i
Chicago at Boston

,kr Yesterday' Results

(Night Game)

Cleveland
New York

033 100 004-11 12 0
020 000 000- 2 8 1

' Ct
Mossi (5-1) and Nixon.
. Sturdivant (6-4). Ditmar. Cicotta

and Berra, Johnson, t

Pittsburgh 200 000 010-3 11 11 (Night Game)

Chicago ; 030 101 00x-5 10 1 Kansas City

unena (4-8), Jung. Arroyo anaiaiumore

Foiles.

Kaiser, Hillman (1-5). Lown and

Neeman.

Only Games Scheduled.
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Schoendienstj Mil. 68 300 38 92 .307
Thomas,, vPitfs. 65 257 22 78 .304

'Amerlajl LaaaO

Dodgers needed to-beat Lew Bur SfantleN. Y.;.; 63. 210 60 83 J84
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dette. Both pitchers gave up only
Lit. Al.. T" 1 II-

iuiu (uia, ui xuagvra auamg an
insurance run in the ninth on Sni

der's single, Johnny Logan's er

ror ana a single by Gino Cimoli.'

Jack Littrell s two-run home in
the second inning put the Cubs in
front of the Pirates to stay and
Dale Long and Walt Moryn fol

lowed with circuit blows for Chi Chicago.
cago. Chicago. All three homers came at
the expense of Bob Friend, who
suffered his seventh defeat Re

liever Dave Hillman was the win

ning pitcner as tne uuds took o o-ver
ver o-ver seventh place by eight percen percentage
tage percentage points over the Pirates.
Along The Fairways

Ft. Amador Woman'
Golf Association
Sixteen (16) woman golfers par

ticipated in the Blind Bogie Golf
Tournament on Thursday, June
20, at the Ft. Amador Golf Club.
Players selected their own handi handicaps
caps handicaps and a number between 70
and 80 was drawn from the hat,
after the players teed off. The

bogie 'number was 75.

Etnel ferantie shot a sizzling

79 to win low gross for the day.
Jo Alexander's net 75 won first
place for her in the Blind Bogie

Tournament. Alice r rencn Gla

dys Wylie and Bev Friedman tied
for second place.

Marge Sewell and Kutn Lincoln

were tied for low puts with 30
each.

Next week s tournament will De

match nlav against oar with three-

quarter handicap. All of the wom

en eoliers on ine isuunu arc

cordially invited to loin the Ft A

jnador ladies tomorrow morning.

Tee off time 8:00 a.m.

'

Boyd, BalU 62 203 35 71 J50

Cerv.'K. C.

Skowron;' N.Y
Malzone, Bos.
Weta, Cleve. 4 4-Lemon,
Lemon, 4-Lemon, Wash,
Sievers, Wash,

63 246 39 82 .333

52 162 18 53 327
61 237 87 77 .325

64 262 25 83 J17

62 217 39 78 .313
66 253 30 79 .312
67 255 42 77 .302

Home runs:
, .National League
Aaron, Craves
MusiaV Cards
Snider, Dodger
Moon, Cards
Banks, Cubs
Robinson, Redlegs
Crowe, Redlegs

American League

Mantle. Yanks

Williams, Red Sox
Sievers, Senators
Zernial, Athletics
Maxwell, Tigers

RUNS BATTED, IN
National League
Aaron. Braves
Musiai, Cards
Hoak, Redlegs
Moryn, Cubs 1
Enms, Cards
American League
Sievers, Senators
Mantle, Yanks
Skowron, Yanks -Werti,
Indians
Colavito, Indians

PITHING W L Pet.
(Based en 7 decisions

Shantz. Yanks 9 1 .900

Sanford, Phils I 1 J00

Schmidt, Cards 1 .857
Tracks, Athletics 1 .857
Buhl, Braves I 1 JO0

19
16
15
14
13
13
13

21
19
15
15
14

55
54
47
42
41

51
51
50
47
42

Alumni Win Third Straight;
Powells vs. Alumni Tonight

Teams ...Wen Lost Pet. one point i margin in w i .scoring
Alumni 3 0 j.oOO race. Gil Smith, who. did most of

Powells 2 1 .666 his scoring in tne second nau, lea
Cristobal 1 2 .333 the Working Boys with a 16 point
Working Boy 0 S ; .000 tptaL ; vm&.WC

Gibson, hitting his stride offer
I pair of weak efforta-seame roar roaring
ing roaring through with 25 tallies in the
nightcap and Powells went on to
whip Cristobal by a 57 to 48 score.
The-fans were treated to one of
the most exciting games of the
young sekson as both quintets
fought nip and tuck through to tne
final two minutes of play,
Cristobal jumped into an early
lead, setting the pace with a 17 to

14 score, at the end oi tne first
quarter. The Powells defense be

gan to click in the second stanza
and at half time the latter was

leading 27 to 23. With neither of
the two teams able to break away

during the third quarter, that pe

riod ended in a 42 to 42 deadlock
and the torrid battle continued

through most of the final stanza
of play, Powells moving out in the

final minutes to wm 57 to 48.

Louis Hooper tallied 14 and Fer

nando Tom 13 for the Cristobal

five.

Powells Can Tie Per
League Lead Tonight

I

' STANDINGS
) Atlantis Basketball Leagl
Monday's' Result 1
Alumni 44 Working Boys
Powells 57 Cristobal

Tonight's Game
Cristobal vs Working Boys
Powells vs Alumni
Bv TREVOR SIMONS

The Alumni quintet keeps roll

ing merrily along in the 1957 At

lantic Basketball League scoring a

48 to 3 win over tne wonting

Boys, the league leaders complet

ed the first round of piay unde undefeated
feated undefeated and now lead one full game
over Powells. Powells kept close
to the pace in the nightcap, but
had to battle hard all the way,
pulling out in only the final two
minutes of play to overcome a de determined
termined determined Cristobal five 57 to 48.

It took the powerful scoring of

Noel Gibson, traditionally one of

the top scorers in the league, to
pile on 25 of the winning 57 points
to score the Powells win. Gibson's
effort for the night landed him in
first place in the scoring depart department.
ment. department. The rangy Powells eager
now has tallied 38 points in three

game.
As has been the case lor the

first opened a winning lead that

they never lost.. The score at tne
end of the first quarter was 16 to
5 in favor of the league leaden,

and though the working boy cam

charging back in the last stanza
and cam to within 4 points of ov

ertaking Alumni, the effort seemed

Just a bit too much and Alumni

moved away to win and noia on to

their undefeated status.'.'

John Hatgl was high scorer for

the winners with II points' and

now trail Noel Gibson by just

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A pair of interesting games are

slated for tne Margarita gymna gymnasium
sium gymnasium tonight at seven. The Work

ing Boy, (till trying to break into

the win column and looking bet

ter witn eacn passing game, lace
Cristobal in the opener. Powells,
on game off the pace in second
Slace, have as their contender, the
!gue leading Alumni five.
Tonight's activities mark the o-

pening of the second round of

play. Powell and Alumni met be before
fore before in the opening game of the
season, and the results was a hot hotly
ly hotly contested battle that Alumni
won 49. to 42. A Powell win in the
night cap would throw the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Basketball League into two-

way be for first place, -.
- 1 1 i
Louise Brough Off

To Fine Start In ;
Wimbledon Tourney
WIMBLEDON, June 26 (UP
Louise Brough of Beverly .Hills,

; Calif, four-time Wimbledon wom

en singles champion, began pur-

'NEW 'YORK; June 26 .(UP)

Johnny schmitz, who was thought

tp be all washed up when he fail

ed to win a single game in the

majors last yean is giving the

Toronto Maple Leafs a pig lift In

tne international League race.

Schmitz. whose only concession

to- his-36 years is a week' rest
between starts, yielded 'Just two
hit last night as Toronto shut out

Columbus. 3-0. The tall left-hand

er,-who enjoyed his best d ays
with the Chicago Cubs, now has

won four straight games, all com

plete jobs. The "victory provided
the : league-leading Leafs with-,

half-game dge oversale' Bit" h-

Ttura pisce uunaio swept a twin twin-bill
bill twin-bill ', from Miami, 6-5 : and 4-2i to
move within two and a i ball
lengths of first. Walt Craddock and

Glenn Cox each gamed tneir eigntn

victories while pitching complete

Havana scored twice In the 10th
inning of the nightcap- to down
Rochester, 6-4, after losing the

opener to the Red Wings, 4-3. Os

car Sierra1 hit three homers for
the Sugar Kings while Gary Get Get-ger
ger Get-ger and Tony Alomar contributed

one each to the Rochester attack.
The standings and linescores:

Team

Toronto

Richmond
Buffalo
Rochester
Columbus
Havana
Miami
Montreal

International League"

W

39
39
37
36
35
33
31
26

L

28
29
31
36
36
38
38"
40

Pet.

.582
.574
.544
.500
.493
.465
.449
.394

GB

2V,

6
8
9

12

.' Yesterday's Result
17 inninaa. Flrat Carnal

Miami 000-203-0 571

Buffalo T 002-301-x 682

Snyder, Semproch (2), Church

(4). Judson (6) and McCulloueh:

Craddock and As troth. LP Jud Judson.
son. Judson. HR-Caffie.

(Second Game)
Buffalo 4, Miami 2 .'
(7 innings. First Game)

Havana 010-000-2 371

Rochester 000-030-1 44-3

Cuellsr. Fena (5). Laneand Iz-

quierdo, Garcia (7): Mackinson.

wrignt (7) ,ana snantz, wr
Wright. LP Lane. HR Geiger,

Sierra, Alomar. ;

(Sac and Carnal..

Havana 0, Rochester 4.

Richmond at Montreal postpon

ed, rain. .? -- 5 .;

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Officials scheduled crowded
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Monday to yesterday' regular
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In the first of the port poo ed
matches. Gardner Mulloy, 43-year-old
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pion champion from Denver, Colo, completed
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DUBLIN, Ireland, UP) Ron
Delany, the Olympic 1,500 meter
champion, won the featured mile

run ill an international track meet'

in a aiow e:w.7 juonaay nignt De De-fore,
fore, De-fore, cheering hometown crowd.
England' Brian Hewson and Gor-

don Pirie chased home Delany,
who returned home recently from

the United States, where he lis a

student at Villanova,

DETROIT (UP) -J The Detroit

Tigers have recalled veteran right
hander Harry Byrd from Charle
ton and optioned rookie pitcher
John Tsitouris to the same Ameri American
can American Association team. Byrd form ...

ferly pitched with the Athletics,

Yankees and White Sox.'

MILWAUKEE, (UP) 'South
aw Johnny Podres, sidelined for

a week with an inflamed tendon

in his elbow, planned to rejoin his
Brooklyn Dodger teammates' to today.
day. today. He had been under treatment

at a New York hospital.

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first place tie position they shared
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Gallito is tied with the Colonites
and Panama dropped to third
place as the defending'-' Balboa
champs also emerged victorious
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER,
PAGE NI.
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by

JOE WILLIAMS

Commissioner Ford Prick has warned Congress that if nase.

By HARRY GRAYSON

NEW YORK- (NEA) Floyd

Patterson's break with the Inter International
national International Boxing Club has brought

DacK tne ring's old guard.

- Veteran fighters, managers and
tub thumpers have come out of
the woodwork; with Emil Lence's

return to the business as ro

moter of the return Patterson-

Weight championship match

the Polo. Grounds, on July 29.

at

, ball is put under anti-trust regulations "It will set the fame backjHurricane Tommy Jackson heavy'

50 jears," Actually that mirtt'SJot. be tpOfftad. ;. t
Thumbing through iha 1907 Oificlal Guide, we get the de decided
cided decided impression the game was doing very well, indeed, half a
century ago. Certainly the fans were seeing some highly talented

ayers. Ty CODD,an wagner, unnsiy Aiawiewson, v
flnnson, Nap Lajoie Hat Chase, Big, Ed Walsh and the Jike

We would hesitate to venture whether tney were on trie
whole, seeing superior baseball, not knowing Jiow to bring validi
- tv to a comparison of different eras, but in at least one depart

ment the product had'to be more legitimate. Glorified pop files

in shortened stands aid not go ror home "'''p-lJvi

' And this you simply won't believe.. Club "owners of the period
didn't threaten to move to Los Angeles, Minneapolis and Great

Notch nj if the taxpayers refused to buud new parks for tnem.

For instance we find the PMiaaeipnia Shioes prouaiy announc announc-Insr
Insr announc-Insr in the Guide completion of plans for the Athletics' new home,

"An Investment of more than a half million dollars which we felt

pi;viieged to make in the future of our; fair city and the great

American game of DaseDaii.', v ,m,:f,

'. It could be, of course, that Mr. Prick's horror at the thought

ef returning to the 1897 pattern, is caused by personal consider

fttions. As former baseball writer he may have had to Watch
Branch Rickey play. Rickey, we learn from the Guide, was catch-

v inr for the then New, York Highlanders, that' year. From aU

i accounts he was not exactly Hall of Fame material. There Is even
doubt that his formidable, cerebration went unchallenged. The
' Boston club had a third baseman named Dave Brain.
- Mr. Frick readUy conceded the presence of certain imper imperil"
il" imperil" lections in the legislative concepts of the game. For one thing,
: the system by which players are drafted, or selected from lower
. classification clubs, would appear to be a bit unfair.

The tall tales are rieht with

wsjter them, Maybe the facts are out of

stays, i he public Has been de

prived of their amusing anecdotes
since the v inception of the IBC.

Since the death of Dumb Dan Mor

gan, there has been no one around

tne Madison square uarden of offices
fices offices of Octopus, Inc., with suffi sufficient
cient sufficient background to spin them.
f janies D Nbrris' practically is
an absentee promoter, Lence has

open house for boxing writers

and people all day long.- Not

since Tex Rickard have there

been so many solid boxing men
interested in a fight the kind of

fight guys who make the game a

big thing. They disappeared as

Norris, reduced boxing to a second-rate
television show.

-oOo .-

Excellent Timing

' A major-league, club is permitted to freeze a prospect

, ostensibly for instructional purposes ... in- the Pacific Coast

League for eight years, and in the Triple A leagues for seven.

No rival major-league cluo cap touch him during that period.
, Mr. Frick told the Congressional propers he has recommend.

ed the limit be reduced to four years ;.t at the end,of which jtlme

any big-league club can draft the player. He said he was pretty

sure the club owners would act ravoramy on tne recommendation,

So are we. As a matetr of fact, Mr. Frick has virtually com

nutted them to u. Any action that1 makes desirable material a a-vailable
vailable a-vailable to more dubs has to have beneficial results. This is a
step that has been deferred much too long,- and now that It is
..about to be taken only a cad would suggest that the timing might
have been influenced by the Washington, hearings. Thank good goodness,
ness, goodness, we are no cad. We wish we could say the same feu- our col?
'. leagues, We still feel a sense of shame whenever we recall the
horrid Imputations, many of them associated with the baseball
fathers' liberalities during the Mexican League raids on the
majors.-" -f ; ; ?J- vC;'; "';v;

- The players were granted all sorts of social and economic
. advantages, but Instead of- praise, all the fathers got was cynical
abuse. They were even accused of trying to bribe the players.
There must be times when the lathers wonder if it's all worth
while. Poor dears. 4, ;
'V r v -oOo--
r I Mo'w AWt This bne?;
, While Mr.' Frlckt"wW about it he should have recommended!
the entire draft system be junked and the law completely rewrit-

, ten. in Us present form it's an open invitation to swindle. And
. f -I. r .. ,r,- .l- .. ....

ousinest is gooo. f ...'.i-,-.'j ':"-w5'
Talent-rich clubs hang on to their better prospects by pack'

Inr one of their minor-lea rue affiliates. In this way they can

lose only one player. But if they played it straight and made

wider use of their farms thcr would lose one from each clotr.

Racket is probably too harsh a word to apply to the prac

tice, unethical too mild. '-. -. ;
l There's a simple and effective way to put an end to the pal

. pable trickery w.y and. right now. Substitute a multiple draft
for a single draft.- If the law permits the drafting of several

" players off the same roster it won't be possible for a club to hide

' most of its good ones. 1 , ... ..i ...-.

Th$ primary purpose of the law ought to be to enlarge the
- opportunity for player advancement, not narrow it. We do hope
'Mr. Frick and the fathers appreciate all the worry we do over

. them. '

lencVmsy. be a dress manufac

turer, but he. also .knows .bow r to

dress up a-prize fight. .The little
Italian learned in vtghr years of

success af urooKiyn eastern

Parkway Arena,: where he develop

ed, numerous fighters, Patterson

and Jackson among them, until

squeezed out of a TV contract;
"Every, nickel this match makes
goes into the restoration or es establishment
tablishment establishment of small neighbor

hood clubs,") Lence promises. 7 "I
am reopening the Eastern Park

way- on a weekly basis in Septem

'Mm

GIRL OUTRIGGER Maybe it's part of the sport, but chivalry sure seems to be taking a
beating as Nancy Jamieson "rides the boards" while her brother, Tonv and Jerry Malmberg
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Fraley Calls! Patterson,

Rademacher Title Bout
Boxing's Biggest Hoax

Etnll Lence

"I don't have to assure vou that

Cut D'Amato (Patterson's man) is

sincere in saying that Floyd will

fight for independent- promoters

throughout the country man like

am buverman' in Boston: and

Jack Hurley in Seattle and X will

assist them all I can."

As implausible as it mav seem.

jacic yempsey nas never met Jim

rsorris, or. been invited to be in

troduced at one of his shows. The

first thing the Old Manassa Man
Mauler did was buy a block of

tickets for the Patterson-Jackson

encore. . ;.
. .... '. v 1 ''-. .1

Assisting Lence is Tommy Lough

ran, the wall Street sugar broker

who was the light heavyweight
leader, and Leonard Sachs, who

booked Dempsey on tours. Jimmy

Bronson it the public relations di

rector. He seconded Gene Tunney

against Dempsey. The publicity di

rector is Ned Brown, the long-time
New York sports editor who, like

Bronson, nas oeen arouna me

sour science for more than so

years.

Moe Fleischer is the matchmak

er. He had the famous Ridge wood

Grove Arena, now a Queens su supermarket.
permarket. supermarket. '. v -Sam
Taub Is at Patterson's camp.
He broadcast fights for years, as assisted
sisted assisted Bat Masterson, when the re re-nowed
nowed re-nowed former United States mar marshal
shal marshal out west, headed the sports of
a New York daily. With Jackson is
Eddie Walker, who managed Chal

ky Wrignt, the former feather ru

ler, and many more. -Emil
Lence has put new rhythm

in the ballyhoo beat and it is

much more tuneful and interest

ing. The words and music, are

better.

By OSCAR FRALeY
NEW YORK (UP ) The an

nouncement that Olympic chanv
pion Pete Rademacher would be

Floyd Patterson's next heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight title opponent,, after he

disposes of Hurricane Jackson,

shapes up today as boxing's big

gest hoax or its most dismal dis

grace. ;"." : ; .; , ? ;
The feeling here is that it must
he a publicity gag to gather a bit
of free print for the impending
"fight of 4he century" between
Patterson and the zephyr from
Far Rdckaway. They just couldn't

De serious.

The next thing you'll be hearing

as the tom-toms thunder in old-

time abandon is that Patterson

saved somebody from ; drowning
and that Jackson captured a wild

bear single-handed, meaning that

ne oian t even need both of them

W I,' r f

(Because you not only could ob

tain Kaaemacher for the alleeed

$250,000 guarantee but you could

gei ue rest oi the us. Olympic

ooxmg team inrown in c lor free

on such a deal.

To think- of throwlnc Radema

cher' in against Patterson is like
stopping a berserk elephant with
a champagne cork. Give noor

Pete a meat cleaver in each hand
and I'll still lay you 10 to 9 he
wouldn't last three heats.

Even his Olrmoit manaeer.

Milt Holt had but few kind words

for Rademacher before the young

giani surprised everyone, includ

ing himself, by winning-the
heavyweight title at the Australian
games. Holt shook a harried head

when Rademacher was mentioned

admitted that the lad could nunch

somewhat, but implied sadly that

ine cnin was stricuy from China

Guarantee- Dead Giveaway

All of which makes Jack Hur.

ley's announcement, that he would

post a 250, 000 gaurantee on
Rademacher Patterson fight.

dead giveaway as a publicity

buildup for the Jackson bout. This

is the ancient maestro s manner

Of paying off Cus D'Amato. Pat

terson's manager, for a a m i n c

Hurley the West, Coast promoter

oi an u-ana-wnen uue oout in
those precincts.
Theyv must be readying the
most colossal Yraud of all 'time if
they actually mean to try to put
the 29-year-old. Rademacher, a pro
novice, in against Patterson.
Hurley. D'Amato et al can be

laughed at for this comic sugges

tion. But if they're

ought to be snot.

serious, they

llorberl Schelansky

Cops US Heavyvcghl

Veighllilling Crovn
DAYTONA BEACH (UPWNor

Den BcnetansKy of Detroit, one
of the nation's' leading' strongmen,
r e t u r n e d to the weightlifting
arena Sunday night-to win the

heavyweight division of the Amer American
ican American .senior i' AAU chamnionshiDs

here.
' Schemansky had been sidelined
for several months with an in

jury, but made a successful

comeback by luting a total of 990
pounds. He pressed 320 pounds.

snatched zso and cleaned and
jerked 380. v
The Detroit lifter is considered
one of the lation's brightest
hopes tor the world champion championships
ships championships .at Tehran, Iran, this fall.
Jay Henry of Southern Method-

Braves flose
Dig Joe Adcoclc
For 6r8 Weeks

MILWAUKEE (UP) The pen

nant-contending Milwaukee Braves

will be without the bat of first-

baseman Joe Adcock for the next

6 to 8 weeks because of a frac

tured aukle. 1 i

The big first baseman, beset by

a had knee for the past month,

fractured -a small bone in his
right ankle and tore some liga ligaments
ments ligaments when he slid into second

base during the second inning of

Sunday's second game with Phila Philadelphia.
delphia. Philadelphia. (

Adcock had walked and ran to

second on Del, Crandall's infield
hit. He slid into the bag to avoid
a tag by second-baseman Eddie

Kazanski and couldn't get tip.

Obviously' in pain, Adcock was

carried frof the field on a
stretcher and taken to a hospital

for an X-ray which disclosed the
full extent of the injury.

SHORTS

BOSTON. June 26 (UP W- The

New York Giants and the Green

Bay Packers will play an exhibi

tion football game at Boston Uni University
versity University Field, Sept. 7,' for the be be-nefit
nefit be-nefit of the Harry Aggannis Mem

orial Fund. Agganis, who played

football for B.U. and baseball for

the Boston Red Sox, died of pneu

monia in lass.

Sports Briefs

BINGHAM. Scotland fTTPHAI

Watrous, American PGA rsenio

champion. 1 arrived here 'Sunriaw

for his world's senior 'golfers Utl

maicn wnn Britain's John nurton
Friday. Watrous will stay over to
compete in the British Open-eKsm-piqnship
at St. Andrews, Scotland,
next week.

MILWAUKEE (UPH 1. Vetpran

infielder Dick Cole rejoins the
Milwaukee Braves today after a
short stav with Wichita in thm

American -Association. Cole tb-

places Bobby .Malmus on .-the

graves roster, and his return

gives Milwaukee protection at

second, short and thu-d base.

ist' University placed second with

total of 930. and Stanley A

Stanczyk of York. Pa., was third

with 925.

Irt the "Mr. America Physique"

contest blond Ronald C. Lacy of

Lexington, Ky., "was top man

Lacy, who is in the Army, did not

enter -any of the luting events.'

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Writtwi for NEA Srvk

QUESTION: With one out. the

cstter grounds to the pitcher. In, this couUry before the

disgust, the batter heads for the: Open, he is among the

beech. The pitcher does not throw

te first. The batter then tries to

run to first again. The pitcher
never hrows the baU. Is the bat

ter out r. safe? Lou Limmer.

Antwar: He's safe.
Q. With twe out. a tie score and

the bas loaded in the last ef the

ninth, 'he batter lines a hU to

iefU It bounce into the tsnrt
on one hop. Whit do vou credit

the bat'rr with? Ka!ih Cuomo.

A. A tinfl. mnt run 4rivn ki
nd th tm at bt win the
tan hj a run.

Paul Harney Says c

He's Lucky Ta Win
Firsl Pro Tourney

FLINT, Mich. (UP)-Pau! Har-

- aca-vBiaaatat Ui sucsiiiieiiu vi

professional golf, ssid today he
was Viucky.te win hit first ma

ter pro tourney the $37,000 Car-

wig upen. ...
The 27-year-old Bolton, Mass.
bachelor and long-ball hitter salt

he was trying to keen ahead of

defending champion Dow Finster Finster-waldr
waldr Finster-waldr Tequests, Fla., Sunday

when ns fired i n to win first.

place and S5.700 with his nine

under-par 273 total for the 72
holes.
"I knew he was the man to
watch," Harney said. "And I
guess he really was." He laughed

and said, "I guess I was lucky to

win." ;
Finsterwald shot a St to finish

second, three strokes behind Har-f

ney. tinsterwaid, whose eeare ef
the pun was S3. 700, would have
picked up an additional $2,000 if

he had won the .title a second

time.

Although Harney Dad never

major professional title in

Carting

top 15

money winners this year. His win

nings In the official PGA money
list total $9,811.25. But prize mon money
ey money in other tournaments boosted
his earnings to approximately $12, $12,-000.
000. $12,-000. Bob' in sb, Detroit, fired a t7

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Tied for fourth ith 280 were
Doug Sanders, Miami Beach, Fla.;
Ken Venturi, Saa Francisco; Ar Ar-wold
wold Ar-wold Taimer. Latrohe, Pa.; and
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; MI-; madam, cool, furnished, hot
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95th St.
FOR RENT j Chatat. Via Bs-asil
J3-A. Call 3-7258.
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Resorts
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and larg
baack hous. On mil Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Mien Balboa lf6o''
PHILLIPS OeoaniWo Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pan.
m,, ft. d P. Phana Panama
3-1377, Crittebal 8-171.
FOR RENT: Lara lumlih4
room, food condition, am prri
nly. Corner Juito Aroiaman
Aw. and 3It Straot, No. 9.
Midmorning Coffee
Break Saps Health,
Advenlisl Declares
, -
PARKERSBURG, W.VA June
26 (UP) Dorothea Van Gundy
of Arlington, Calif., today told
the Seventh Day AdvenUsts an annual
nual annual state conference the morning
coffee break is weakening the
health of the nation,
Mill Van Gundy, an expert with
(he International Nutrition Labor Laboratory,
atory, Laboratory, also decried the use of cof cof-feVas
feVas cof-feVas a main course throughout
the day,
' "Breakfast Is a cup of coffee to
get u jarred from an unrestful
sleep caused by poor eating and
Junch is but another eup of coffee
to follow the midmorning coffee
break,'Vhe declared.
' Because of the irregular eating
ubits,;she said, "only 24 out of
every 100 Americans can be con con-lidered
lidered con-lidered really healthy." . v:
I 'No other race of people have
' at many ulcers -and headache as
, Americans," ahe declared.-
"This Is eaused largely by the
consumption of 3,000 cups of cof coffee
fee coffee every second In the 1 nation,
with each cup containing from
JVi to 2' grains of caffeine, recog recognized
nized recognized by medical scientists as a
habit-forming drug."
Money Carelessness
Sends Jail Breaker
Back Into
Custody
LONDONr June. 26 UP-Cre:
lessnesr with money cost ,Alfred
u..inn 'uinri. hia freedom Mon-
-day after W second successful
jail-break Intwo years..
' Hinds, ,aided by at leait'two ac ac-'complices,
'complices, ac-'complices, sUpped away, from, a
' nnii(- seort in-. Xondon V law
ro,u4 d j-aced J18 miles to
Bristol. j 7-:yr'xx
He paid Tjis fare to Dublin at
th Rriatol aimort bnt forgot to
nirV nn hi rhanee. x
Ticket- ckrk Mary Reed called
:out t .Hinds and he came back
fnr hia f hansc
Miss Reed t h e recognized
' Hinds from pictures caned in lo lo-'
' lo-' eal newsDaoers .when he. was at
large a record-breaking 249 days
last year. She called police.
Hinds was arrested as the plane
warmed up H engines.-,
;,. v . : y:X :
f Hinds escaped earlier Monday
after, being taken tt conrf to plead
his case in an action he was bring bringing
ing bringing against the government's pris
on commistioners, who administer
. Britain'a jails.
- Police arrested his brother, Al Albert,
bert, Albert, at the airport -but another
man roared off in a ear. He was
arrested at a gas station 21 miles
away aa hour later.
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2 bedrooms, hot, cold, ware.
Phone Panama S-4941.
FOR RENT: A thraa-fcadroom
apartmont, with two bathi, lir-ina-dininf
room, kitchan, maid's
room with owe bath, washtubs,
flarag. and hot water facilities.
For further detaila call Panama
3-1292, CIA. DULCIDIO GON GONZALEZ
ZALEZ GONZALEZ N S. A.
FOR RENTSpitlous two-bad-room
' unfurniihad jpartmtnt in
fine rotidantial dictrict, Riviora
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during offic hours..
FOR RENTi -t-badroem apart apartmont,
mont, apartmont, living room, dining room.
AIIK cenvninct. 14th Straot
No. 96, Bolitario Porras, San
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FOR RENT: Complotoly ur ur-niihod
niihod ur-niihod officianey apartmont. Air Air-conditionad.
conditionad. Air-conditionad. Elevator S a r v I c
Utilitios a,nd I i n n furnished.
Patlcimj facilities. Call at Tropi Tropi-na
na Tropi-na Building botwaon 8 a.m. tr
12 noon and 2 to 4 p.m.
FOR RENT: APARTMENTS.
Naw concrsta building corner of
50th and 12th Stroott, Pa it ilia.
F. ICAZA Y CIA., Juste Arose-
men Ava. 'V
FOR RENT Beautifully decor
' atod, completely furnished studio
- apartmont. Hot water j modern
building,, elevator, f a rd 0 no r,
parking spac. Utilitis included
if desired. Call 3-3884 for in information..
formation.. information.. 3-1.409 Diagonal to
Panama Hotel., C
FOR RENT:, Furnished apart apart-rnanf
rnanf apart-rnanf with hot water, $60;. Via;
Porras No. 101. Phone 3-2568.
FOR RENT. Unusually attrac attractive
tive attractive apartmont in Camp Alegre,
fully furnished, for four to fiva
months from 3rd July. Two bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms (one air-conditionad )
two bathrooms. Good copk alt
availabla. Phone 3-6941. t f
FOR RENT.- Bella Vista. New -modern
apartment building.,,
Large living-dining, full bath,'
badroom, spacious kitchen,
breakfast nook. Efficiancios also
availabla. 3-6677. ; vt
Independence
4
Comrhillee Has Less
Than Half Of Goal
Donations and ticket sales for
the Fourth of July fund raising
dance this Saturday night now to
tal Sl.154, the Pacific Side Inde
pendence Day Celebration Commit
tee has announced.
The committee has obligated It Itself
self Itself to raising $3,000 for the Fourth
of July Celebration, with most of
the money earmarked for fire fireworks
works fireworks and favors for children.
In announcing, the latest finan-
cial.figures, thairman Alfred Gau
via also stated contracts nave
bert' signed for music and enter
tainment at the dance, which will
be held at the Fort Amador Amer
ican Legion Club. i
In the main dance area, music
will be. provided by Goodrich, and 1
Hia .Merry Makers. A small com-!
bo will play downstairs, and 'a'
floor-show will be provided by
Harnett and Dunn. .1
Gauvin and co chairman Em-
mett Zemer both stated, that a
number of door prizes .have, been
donated by various firms in. Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. In-releasing the names of the
latest contributors and leading
ticket sellers, the committee Mint
ed out that members of Girls;
State were able to contribute) $53
as a result of "their cake 'sale,
last Saturday. The girls sold tick-1
ets and cakes in front of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Post Office and proceeds
from both sales were turned over
to the committee.'
Names of donors and ticket sell sellers
ers sellers not previously listed follow:
Donations Balboa Wonin'i
Club $25, anonymous $10, Ameri American
can American 'Legion Auxiliary Unit $15,
Elks Post 1414 $50, Curundu Wom Women's
en's Women's Club $25, and W. L. Benny
$5.
Ticket Sales VFW (Pacific
Side) $113, Girls and Boys State
$217.33, Emmett Zemer $90, Coco Coco-li
li Coco-li Civic-Council $27 Youth Activi
ties, Fort Kobbe $45. Balboa Wom
en's Club S12. Pedro Miguel $7.
American Legion Poet No. 7 Clay
ton, $100, and Balboa Lions Club
$18.
Discouraging, Eh?
LONDON. June -(UP) Hen Henry
ry Henry C. Wright, Independent candi
date in North Dorset for Parlia
ment, conceded today that bis po political'
litical' political' rally Monday night may
have been a flop. The only ones
who showed up were Wright,
three reporters and the caretaker
of the halL

1 D..a. LI. Ut-tLJ ftt.to toward the rugged Newport

I OUT ne VYaiKCU Wlljjetty. and tatea i tow ey the
cutter. Lee, who went aloof o

i SYRACUSE. N Y June 28;
(UP) Jack Baroett drove- his
automobUe Into ft train today,
The ton was crushed, the fend

ers tipped off and the front endi KGa Cra.1 said ahe and her
pulverized. Bamett crawled from husband .were seasick and ex ex-the
the ex-the wreckage only bruised and hansted by the time the cutter
shaken and said: ... .arrived. The actress is erpectiiix

i 1 guess I'm Just lucky

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INTERNAL. DE PUBX.ICACIONISS No.-
FAEMACIA. LUX-lC.nte.l Avanoo

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Automobiles
FOR SALEt956 Ford Station
Wagon V-8, 8 passengers,, many .:,
extras, 6700 miles. Call Dr
Bornstein, Balboa 2-6312 or 2 2-6432.
6432. 2-6432.
FOR SALE: 1 953 "Cambridge"
Plymouth 4-door sedan, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, duty paid. Sacri-:
fic at $600. Phone 3-7043. ?;
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford 6-eyl--
inder, Custom' Line black, white
sidewall tires, radio, undercoat.
Phone 2-1497. ;
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldimobile
Convertible, 6-cyl., hydramatic,
motor, brakes completely over overhauled.
hauled. overhauled. New paint, tires, battery.
Top good. Vary reasonable.
2 169-A 8th East Street, Curun Curun-du.
du. Curun-du. Phone 83-5126
FOR SALE: B a r g a i n. 1949
Oldsmobile, good condition. A A-merican
merican A-merican owner.' $250. Phone
Panama 3-7387 or 3-6051
FOR SALE: 1939 Pontiac Pick Pick-up,
up, Pick-up, duty paid, $85. Telephone
5-336.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packer Shipper Movers
Phones 2-2451 2-2562
Learn Riding et ''
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding tr Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phono 2-2451
er by appointment.
LIFE INSURANCE
can
S. JIM RIDGE
1 OenerBl AKent
Gibraltar t.lfe Ins. Co.
for rates and information'
TeL Panama 8-0558
EXPERT TRAVEL
' .ARRANGEMENTS
Fidanque iTravet Service
TEL. 2-4S7
m
THE
NEW
CAMKAS,
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
M.IIIIM
Panama N. fork'
Colon
Hollywood Couple
Praises Radio Ham
For SOS Tipoff
HOLLYWOOD. June 26 (UP)
Actress Jeanne Crain gna her
Husband Paul. Brinkman today
praised a ham radio operator
lor picking up an SOS that led
to tneir rescue when their dis disabled
abled disabled 51 -foot vacht threatened
to crash Into rocks and sink.
Miss Crain and Brinkman were
returning; from a second honey
moon cruise on their yacht. Pa
vane, when the boat ran aground
off Catalina Island Monday,
Their four children also were
aboard.,
Brinkman said he managed to
free the boat from rocks but
that later the craft developed a
leak that flooded the motor. Be
said they drifted four hours la
heavy seas la the CataUaa'cha
nel sending out SOS calls on the
yacht a radio.
. Worthlngtoa Lee, a Corona Dei
Mar contractor, picked up the
Bnnkmanr distress call Monday
night on bu short wave radio.
Lee, also a Coast Guard auxilia
ry vice captain, nouned Coast
Ouard officials at N e wport
Beach, Calif., who dispatched a
cutter to the rescue.
The Coast Guard said the
strickea craft was alghted drtft-
the rescue, said, "another $0
mlnetes and the yacht would
have beea amaahed against the
irocka."'
'her fifth, child in December.

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HOUSEHOLDXCHANGB-J. to. d
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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE;- Bedroom set, like
new; blinds, floor lamp, end te-'
bles, 't -hp,' motor, guitar, bicy-',
el 2-2695.
FOR SALE: Wurlitier Baby-
Grand Piano, 3 o d condition.-:
Phone Curundu 6217, Quarters:'
2227-G.
FOR SALE:- Sav money. Buy
Clayco blocks, 4" 12" x 12".
.They are economical, light and;.
, do not crack,' $123.20 per thou--!
sand. Clayco fir Alfareria, S.A.,
Via Eipana No. 37-48. Phone
3-0160. i
. FOR SALE English saddle and
1 pad, good condition. Call Balboa
' 4427. ...
T-
FOR SALE:- Cheap. Small pia pia-'.
'. pia-'. no. 3rd of November Street,
House 3-91, Room I downstairs,.
Panam. f'-r

Fort Kobbe Tickets Going Fast
For July 4 Fund-Raising Dance

Tickets, are selling fast at
Fort Kobbe for the dance to be
held at the American Legion
Hall, Fort Amador, on June 29.
Sponsored by the Pacific side
Fourth V of July celebration
committee, the dance is receiv receiving
ing receiving full support from the 20th
Infantryvand the post of Fort
Kobbe.
Funds raised bv' the ticket
sales, will help defray the cost
of the Fourth of July celebra
tion in Balboa highlights of
the day to be a flag raising ce
remony;, a Jet flyover: the big
parade; kiddie, rides- a street
aance; exruoiis; contests, sucn
as potato races: band concert
and firework display.
The. Boy- scouts, Teenage
Club members And the Girl
Scouts all under the sponsor
ship of the. ; Youth Activities
Council have, been .manning.
a Dootn at .0DDjewng dance
ducets. p-: voa u
fne booth, located adjacent
to ths'. VX hasv4n iddition
te ? colorful' red; ; white v. and
' blue bunting, the help of
posters prepared by ihe train train-ine;
ine; train-ine; aids section to attract the
; passer-by. ; s It ; remains open
every weekday after noon,
from 1:30 to 4:30. v
The Officers' Wives Club has
come forth with- a unique
metnoa or1 ticket gales. A 15 15-inch
inch 15-inch silver platter; was recent recently
ly recently donated to the club by. Mer Mer-curio
curio Mer-curio and civen as a door prize
at a recent coffee.. Tickets for
Scout News
Brownies May
Register For -Day
Camp
As there Is still room for more,
registrations are still being taken
at the Girl Scout office, on the
Prado Balboa for the Pacific
side Brownie Day Camp, which
beams July 22.
The deadline for registrations
has beea get for July L
Personalities Plus
ACKOSS
IBunder of
the Ark
S Apple eater
Mr. Bur
12 Competent
13 European -;
resort
14 remlntoe-
appellaUon
15 Football ;
tnarkera -:
IT Corded fabric
18 Suiting
liriower
21 India nurs
- DOWN
J Horses
t Musical
instrument
S Wuir-ehaped
-4 Norwegian
nam
5 Arabian caliph
Singr Shore
and others
T Arabian gulf
Biblical law
giver
f Weather
indicator
10 Famous
garden
MFainousIjKJt n Back of neck
- 34Pocsive
II Nocturnal
pronoun
27Bar
eonsteQation
7Hed
: S3 English king
; 34 Short beard
St Pas
1 17 Veto --"
: 31 Church
, mammais
SOrtench --
revolurJonist
Jiaty in ',.
California
41 Legal matter
43 Ocean
44 Nrw England
' (b.)
44 Hotel V
' attendant
41 restive affair
SircrnlnUM
name -'
54 Unrefined
56 Excavated
57 Remain
MCrrcf
becchsnaia
SI Balaam's
- companion
M Store for
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Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 40-ft. former Army
' t Boat, fully equipped, (diosol
power). Call 2-3578. -1 ,,.
FOR SALE. Cabin ruisr l8V-j
ft 60-hp. Ford V-8 engine. Re Recently
cently Recently everhauled. Call ,Albrk
2207, r ;'
SUBSTANTIAL R E W A R D for
finding boy's; 24", Huffy Delux
bicycle, red frame, black trim,,,
chromium fenders, rims, whit -tires.
Has horn, light, speedome speedometer.
ter. speedometer. Nw. Phon 86-3143. Bicy Bicycle
cle Bicycle lost en Albroek Sunday or
Monday.
the dance and Fourth of July
celebration were sold at the
coffee.-. The numbers weri
drawn from1 a hopper, and the
winner wa4ked off with tht
platter, v;
Other organizations on cost
have also been doing their bit.
The Officers'- Open Mess, the
Service Club and the NCO Open
Mess, to name three, have all
been selling tickets. Notices in
the post Dally Bulletin have
also served as good publicity.
with sales continuing- at a
brisk pace, it looks as. though
it may almost be a Fortr Kobbe
reunion -at the Legion Hall on
the 29th. , ;
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Litila League
i Seven boys and seven girls were
b6rn at Gorgas Hospital during
the week ending at midnight Mon
day, June 24, according to the
regular hospital report. During that
period 178 patients were admitted
and 181 discharged.
The names, and addresses of the
parents of the boys follow; Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Bent, of Panama
City; Col. and Mrs. Joseph C
Stancook: of Albrook AFB: Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh E. McGranaghan,
of Cocoli; M-Sgt. and Mi's. Rob Robert
ert Robert L, Deemer, of Albrook AFB;
M-Set. and Mrs. Charles C. le-
Voe. of Albrook AFB: Mr, a n d
Mrs.. Martin Johnson, of Gamboa:
and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lopex, of
Panama City ; ;
Girls were born to the follow
ing: Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph r L
Jemmott; of Panama. City; Mr,
and Mrs. Andres Gomez, of Gam Gam-boa:
boa: Gam-boa: SP-2 and Mrs.- Duncan L,
Lehman, of Panama City; MMr. an
Mrs. John R. SmaU. of Gamboa;
Pfc. and Mrs. Philip O. Leibold,
of Panama City; and Mr. and
Mrs. Darnley L. Tudor of cocou;
and Mr. and Mrs. Agustin H.
Mendez, of Panama City.
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15 Unemployed
2rarwIl
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35 euros fruit
46 Artistic cull
47 Burden
4IOppM4
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51 Prwntly J
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room sr $98; Guatemalan living -1
room sat $45; studio concha
. $59; Hollywood bads $22.50;
mattrassos $15; bunk bads $39; ;
i gardan umbrsllai $15; matal.
porch chairs $9.50; matal tablas
,$9.50; mahgaay bookcaias
r$35; Jinoloums $6.95, pillows
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hold Exchange, "National Av
N. 41, Tel. 3-491 U 3-7348.
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in. with rw 12-in. leaves, solid,
light mahogany with six chairs,.
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mahogany, shaa ak table,
draw-rods, buraau, patio furnl furnl-tur.
tur. furnl-tur. miscellaneous. Bal. 2-1 693.
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Midair Collision
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Sends llavy Bombers
Down Oil Norfolk
NORFOLK, Va., June X (UP
Navy divers began searching the
waters of Hampton Roads yester yesterday
day yesterday after two attack bomber col
lided In the air and plunged into
the harbor,' carving the- "four
crew-men to almost certain death.
A rescue operation that lasted
through the night failed to recov
er the airmen; The Navy-withehld
their' names : pending notification
of kin. : -. s .
The divers converged on two
spots both about' a mile and a
half offshore and just east of, Nor Norfolk,
folk, Norfolk, where oil' had been seen
bubbling from' the' bottom of the
20-foot-deep channel. At the same
time, investigators picked through
a pile of debris and wreckage
from one plane Jqund floating in
the harbor.', j
The Navy said the two twin-en
gine Savage .attack bombers col collided
lided collided at about. 4.000 fe et and
plunged, ; with no flames straight
into the water. No parachutes
were seen. '. .;'
Laugh And Run
CHlCAGCr! June 28 VT. -- Hat
designer Yvonne Verdun savs its
kay .for men to laugh at wom
en's hats "If a hat doesn't fit a
woman's personality, she looks
funny, so why shouldn't a man
laugh? Especially if be-, can out
run tne woman.", -i ;y

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in Panama. "'Ritmos Carioeas,"
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Son! Zulta and Gladys Mitr.
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. Monday -9:30 and 12:30 .m"
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TV pnnis dayt Call 2-
2374. i a
Farm Wife, Pilot
Killed As Jef
Plows Info House
DERMOTT, Ark. tUP) A low low-flying
flying low-flying jet airplane, believed to be
from the Greenville Miss.w Air
Force base, plowed into a farm
house here, killing the fllot and a
farm wife. 1
The1 woman was identified as
Mrs. Slater C. Jones of the Bel-
laire community. The pilot. who
was ejected as the plane- stanea
to disintegrate, was louna oeaa m
a cotton field Jtnree-quaners o? a
mile away. , 1 t
Identity of the pilot was not im immediately
mediately immediately released by Air -Force
officials. 1
An eyewitness, W.,C, Hartwfck,
said he. saw the plan explode a a-bout
bout a-bout 25 yards from the house- and
smash into the back where iMrs.
Jonea- was standing. The woman's
husband, in the front of th house,
escaped injury, i v
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i'irumer K. b. .ui saia iru.4 china lnrfv

jone apparent J cam iv vuv
door when she leard t the plane
flying -low. He said if se- had
ben 10 feet inside the" house she
probably would have escaped in
jury. (
A helicopter from' the- Greenville
base, located about 40 miles a-
cross the Mississippi niver, was
on the scene within minutes and
picked up the vpilot s body.
; Hartwick aid the plane flew
low for about a mileK then hit a
pole 150 yards from the bouse and
started breaking apart.
The largest piece of the plane
left intact was a wing. A win g
tip and a piece of the landing gear
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Cc:sl God Scours
llorlh Cuba Waters ;
For Kissing Yccht
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MIAMT,V' June m- (UP) Coast
Guard ,planer searched the water
north of Cuba today for a missing
62-foot luxury yacht with four men
aboard, v
Thhe craft, Lily ,M, ha "n o t -been
heard from since it sailed
June 17 from rVaradero, C u b a,
bound for the Bahamian isle of
Cay Sal, 25 miles off the Cuban
coasts The trip is some 60 miles
and would have taken only-a few -hours
for the diesel -powered j
yacht, ".
Clarence B. Moody, wealthy Mia- -mi
contractor who owns the, Lily
M identified the four pssengera ;
as Ivan Knowles of the Bahamas, :
Jose Gonzalez, Ramon Perez and
Angel Roper, all (of Cuba. T h e
men were employed by Moody's
construction firm and had been
working on a project in Varade-
ro. - '

, The Island of Cay Eal came in into
to into the news' last Ictober when
two boat loads ef Cubans landed
and tore' down the. Union Jack,
claiming- the island belonged to
Cuba. Moody recently leased the
island from Britain for 99 year
SM.USS VKOVW-OU
was found In' a bick room .of the
house.
The fire ehlef theorized that the
pilot's automatic ejection seat
fired Just before the crash, throw throw-ing
ing throw-ing the body into an -open cotton
field. -,.--..
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his Braille slide rule and Bra ilia typewriter to work some
problems hi higher mathematics. i

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ii Tiifitrs: nrE-'As PLANE' CRASHES IN TABI Wre;kaOT of .-CapitaI Airlines DM train-

i? ine1 ulans .is shown In th'vard of John Anderson; at Clarksburg, Md. after crash that toolc

' tiU live of'thw three' men aboard. th plane. Th plant; came to rest -only 15 jeet from, the

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J HUNTSVIUL, WJum'M'

( UPJ Col. Jonrv v. nicKrton,v
I aeentMi of Uaking guided
cil ecrti, traded an admis admis-f,I.
f,I. admis-f,I. ion of carltMiMSt yaaftrday. fot,
exoneration en charge of e-

pionagd and perjury

lir th tface of the WHson

WASHlNaTOMr June S8 (UP)

Postmaster general Arthur E.

Summerfield said yesterday that
first class letters mieht have to

be raised to seven cents to cover

the cost of proposed pay raises

lor postal workers.

He told the-House post Office

Committee the postal pay bill it

is considering is "exorDiiant"

and "cannot bejustified,"

It would cost $1,039,000,000 a

year, he said and would boost
the Post Office Department's
deficit to more than 11,700,000,-

000.

Run. R.lnlia.rri T. NrnhprrrF

, (D-Ore.), -, meanwhile, chal

lenged President Eisenhower to
hold down the cost of living or
be willing to sign legislation to
raise postal and civil service

"workers' oar.

He said Eisenhower "evident'

ly has decided to let employes

Of the government and parti

cularly underpaid postal workers

surier for the administration

Inability to control Inflation,

A Senate t subcommittee .al

ready has approved a $500-aH

year hike for postal workers. The;

maqr House bill would give them

an average increase esumaiea

at about 11.700,

Summerfield said the mcreas

ed deficit that would result,

would require postage Increases

"at least three times the size of

those voted out by this commlt-

fA people know the truth mid the country is $afe' Abraham Lincoln.

32nd IEAR

PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY JUNE 26,' 1957

FIVE CENT

Demo Governors Brush Off Ike Plan

4s Jusf 4nof jer Suc: DoubWalue

which Eave the Air Force -control

over the 1,500-miie range misses.

The -Wilson erder Has' not. yet

been implemented. ,
The court yesterday ..made- a

toutine;"guilty". finding': on. Nick-

order, missile assignment.. H also M t.0 narharw 0vn rrit. rn first.

in efect that the Army is ''many class letters with proportionate

aneaa of tne Air Force in increases in other classes of

Manage no-peruryrf r.r -""s; "v
A-.ifMit fwitniss. then describe erson's.; guilty plea.Then special

ed Hie 41-year-old missiles expert;, defense counsel Ray U. Jenkins,
as 'one of the three apes, of the of Arroy-MoCarthy hearing fame,
ArmV racket ieam in .a bid to min. put -on; the stand Dr. Ernest Stuh Stuh-imize
imize Stuh-imize hii guilt in letting defense I linger, a German with V-a rocket

,tert man- exueneiie in nvnu nur ,11 wuu

now works on ballistics missiles

at Redstone .Arsenal here.'..
JJickerson until relieved of duty
pending tria wa v coordinator of
the Army Ballistics Missile Agen

cy which employs the Germans

as scientists. K ,

secrets get;-out of classified chan
" nel. t-:' '" .'

i in swift order, tne coionei s
'pubScized court martial opened

1 wilhUi ; withdrawal of the most

serious charges against him and

a olea of guilty to 15 lesser counts.
Nickerson was brought to trial
after secret information on the
missile, program reached column columnist
ist columnist Drew Pearson ancL ome sci science
ence science magazines, t, :.,.. -Tt '.

v The colonel had opposed De

fense 1 Secretary r Charles Wilson's
order limiting the( Army to de development,
velopment, development, of, k. guided missile
with a 200-tnile 'range. He sought

to keep the Army intermediate

Stuhlinger, speaking thick 1ut

fluent English, made 4 the .first

court mention of the interservice

rivalry involved in the Nickerson

case and also stepped onto Vclas-

il rr..,nJ

was cut off. His testimoriyc -w to

be continued behind closed, doors.

But he was allowed to say that

without Nickerson the Army'nev-

rockets program going full speeder would have landed the Jupiter

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intermediate range missile devel

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ihe Au- Force, with its Thnr

missile. : is making the "a a tn

mistakes" that German rock rocket
et rocket team made many years ago
before it switched its slip Plan, in

iihs counux stununger said. The
Germans worked out these e prob-

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MaJ. Gen. Harrold

Leaves On Trip

To Venezuela

MaJ. GenThomas X. Harrold.

commanding general, su.s Arm v

Caribbean,, and several of his staff I

vu.va TTiia. icvc VUfJ VAJIBA tUUUW I aj. ,- -V A 1 t9

Accompanying the general on the Beginning tomorrow morn ng,

Mb will her Cnb a.,- a .A the' Darklng lot at ; the Balboa,

chief of militarv misslmm- rni' fyU.C.A. will be closed due to eX'

L. D. Farnsworth Jr tt c'lcavatlons connected with the

Army Caribbean: ami rwi.t .R I new sewage lines,

J. LeCroy. aide le .camo to Har.l Parking is available along side

rold. 1. i t' r 1 of the gymnasium off Balboa

Road and the space at the siae

Harrold and party will also at-1 of the "Y on Amador Road.

tend the festivities celebrating Se-

mana oe jua ratria (Nation's I TU
Week), commemorating Vendue- LOVC I nQt JuYQ

ta s inqepenaence day which falls I va-w vnpv .tb k nnVA,

on juiy 5, ie invitation of the merieans drank more than 125 bil

iiiimsicr 01 aeiense. Minn mn, rj in tau

The grOUP iS Scheduled tO return nrrf h. P.n kmrinn rntfM n.

mj 100 wioai we on juiy 7. reau reported Monday.

mall."

The committee has approved

Summerfield's prop osal to
boost letter rates from three

to four cents and increase oth

er postage rates to bring in a

total of 462 million dollars In
the year beginning July L

A series of rate nikes on spe

cial postal services already is
slated. to go into effect Monday

the beginning;, of the fiscal

mat.. '- "'i" ".

These Increases, which affect

such services as special delivery.

regiatered mall -and : money or orders,
ders, orders, are expected ,f to, Increase

nostal revenues 28 million dollars

a year. They were proposed by

Summerfield last month to help

cut back the department's year

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London Police Make Baton Charges Firemen

Use Hose As Race Verdict Turns Into Riot

LONDON, June 26 UP).

Police made baton, charges and

firemen turned hosee om a

screaming crowd of 500 persons
at a London greyhound stadium
Monday night wnen a- dispute

over a .race verdict turned; into

& riot, - v t

Police spirited Prince Bern

hard of Holland out of a race

course restaurant before he

could be involved with the

angrv mob.

'trouble started at the end of

the 6th race when judges ruled
a dig called BUiy can Sprint out
ot'secona nl-e, claiming It bit

the winner, Rubens couimis
sion,- as they passed the post,

Billycan Sprint was the favor

ite, Rubens CommlslsoA a 10 to

one chance.

As ths result, went up on the

judges board a storm of booing

broke out. A man jumped the

rails onto the track and shout

ed, "Are we going to stand lor

this." r ,. j

The crowd' did not. It poured

onto the track, overturned hur

dies and aet fire to them. Then,

shouting s and screaming, It

made for the Judges' box. The

udgea f led, accompanied 'by

lookmakers who 'hastily ciosefl

up : the big leather bags they

titty. tnenvmoneyiln.
"finding the Judges'! box. nip nip-ty,
ty, nip-ty, the-,' rioters set fire B to it.

They broke into the press box

and smashed us nute glass

window. 'Then they broke into
the restaurant, 'stole' whisky.

gin and beer worth an- estuuat

ed $2,800 and sot flu. to the

bar.

Firemen, arrived to' fight the

fires, now ranging in Jialf a

dozen parts of the rack.,. The
crowd attacked them and
threw one through- the nlate

glass window of the swank
trackslde restaurant as Upper Upper-crust
crust Upper-crust racegoers sheltered under

tables. 1

Then the oolice arrived.

When the crowd ignored an or order
der order to disperse 30 policemen

their heavy wooden truncheons.

made a baton charge with
weighted with lead at the end.
The crowd retaliated with brok broken
en broken bottles and bricks.

Ava Unleashes Torrerif
Oh Unprintable Language

NEW YORK,' June 26 UP) -1

Actress Ava Gardner unleashed
a torrent of unprintable lan language
guage language at Idlewlld Airport today

in a rage over the disappearance

qi her luggage.

Miss Gardner, waving her arms

ana snoutmK at everyone witnin

hearing distance, even-' spoke
sharply to her current s boy
friend, Italian actor Walter Chl-

ari.

The actress v hecame angrv

when sne arrived at the airport
and found that the five pieces of
luggage she planned to" take In

the cabin with her were missing.

Twenty-five "other pieces of

baggage belonging to Miss Gard Gardner
ner Gardner were carried in the plane's

cargo department as air freight.
They weighed a total of 1.300

pound and were carried at an

extra cost of $623 48. ,

Four Hollyw6od movler studio

representatives and Chiarl tried

to keep calm while Miss Gardner

railed at them. Chiarl. even at attempted
tempted attempted to soothe her. '1'

All your luggage la here," she

screamed. ""Why isn't mine?"

A newsman, trying to get a'

word In edgewise for an inter

view, asked Miss Gardner about

her plans, -.,

I'm Just going home ?for a

rest," she snarled, t

An 'aide said "home" v was a

villa outside Madrid. -

With that. Miss Gardner, wear-,

lng a white linen suit and wav waving
ing waving a coat In the air, flounced to

the plane. She was told that

passengers were not being allow allowed
ed allowed to board yet.

"I'm sorry," she snapped at an
airline employe, "you're going to
have to get back."
With that, she stalked aboard
the plane, with Chlari right be behind
hind behind her. He looked dejected. ;

The plane -finally left, with en

raged Ava minus her luggage, ln-

ciuaing ine nightie Bhe planned
to wear while sleeping in her

airpiane berth. v

Chiarl did not have such high high-priced
priced high-priced accommodations.; He slept

in a seat.. 'jJ ; .

Her luggage was "sitting' on the

sidewalk In. front, of the Hotel
Pierre., Someone had forgotten
to load the bags aboard the ao-

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WILLIAMSBURG, Var., June
26 (UP) The nation's gov governors
ernors governors were urged yesterday to
- go along with President Eisen Eisen-hower'a
hower'a Eisen-hower'a proposed federal-state
' "' Bu many. L expressed ;
doubt it would have any value.
t Gov. Averell Harrlman of Nevr 1
York told a news conference he
believed the governors would bo 3
"glad to -cooperate" with the
President In an attempt-to re return
turn return some federal functions and :
tax levies, to the states.
But when, asked whether v he
foresaw any results from such a; e
sutdy, Harriman 'S a i d there ;
!'seems to be a plethora of study
groups." Several thef j Demo
crats brushed 1 off.,the proposal -as
"Just another study."
; It appeared likely the gover i
nors,, meeting here in their 49tH
annual conference would seHup
a committee to explore the mat matter
ter matter in cooperation with the ad administration;
ministration; administration; Gov. Theodore R.

McKeldin of Maryland said he

had drafted a resolution ... com committing
mitting committing the conference to such a
plan. v

Gov. A. B. Chandler of Ken

tucky eaid. i we should meet the

President on neutral grounds' to

try'to :wbrk -out some realign- ;
ment of government services. Ho ;
said the" federal governmeat had
"Just about wrung out." the tax-

payers r::i?

Elsenhower, who addressed the

conference Monday night, pro proposed
posed proposed the formation, of a "taslc

force?, to study ; means of pre preserving
serving preserving and strengthening states'
rights. .. '..
Harrlman rsald he thought it
"rather odd." that no action re resulted
sulted resulted from an earlier Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower administration study of fed

eral-state relations. He said the
administration had, In fact, beta 1
extending the areas of the fed-
era! government's operationa.

Harrlman said states have

more 'revenue trouble than the
federal government'because their
tax increases tend to drive their

residents to other states. 4 v :

As for Elsenhower's observa- ':

tlon that cities turn to Washing- :
ton Instead of their state capl--

tols for help, Harrlman said this

was because state legislature!

were domlanted by rural areas.

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HENRY I. DARUNGTOK

Colan Mae Arthur, director In charre of the J.N Arthur Rank
organiaatioa tn Latin America, arrived in Panama to confer
with Henry Darlington, well-known Panama businessman and
vice-president of Canal Agencies, S. A. who has been ap appointed
pointed appointed by the J. Arthur Rank organisation to supervise the
distribution of the organisation's films la Panama, and Ceo
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