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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
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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]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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MORE TOURIST FLITES
HOMEWARD VIA
'AN' INDEPENDENT
1 I-iii V DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Let the people know the iniih and the country is $afe" Ibrtham Lincoln.'
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PANAMA,' JR. P., THURSDAY, JUNE 17, ,1957
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Some 3,500 Sailors

Over Isthmus During

' Over 3,5(X) American' sailor ( will iwarm over the lethmue during the weekend
with the arrival tomorrow of the first of 1 2. United Sutes warships. Scheduled to
arrive, in Balboa for the visit is' the giant cairier'. VSS Essex (CVA-9) ; which "will
mpor at pier-16 1 j t f v ' 'w
The Essex is a '33,1 00-ton' attack carrier, 899 feet in length with a Oeam of 103

feet. Capt. E. ft. Eastwold,

CA1LS ON PRESIDENT VS. Undersecretary of State Ry
Rubottom Jr. rlghtX alla on President Ernesto de la GuBrdl
at the Presidencia thia mornlny. Rubottom was accompanied 6
U.S. Ambassador Julian F. Harrington centv ,

R6pyt Porter P
CZWage
' USep. Charles O, PPtter
(t?6re.)4 ot th. opihlon that
rnn oress will approve the IV
a
'cross, the Canal during JWa
ses'
porter, who stopped at
il nrnitie ao rout to
men- Via
Colombia, aw '""""'j
lelt that legttoai;imp-f
. men vne ould
,nt tht SOD ICaUOn W
Jtn-tour mininiuni 7
tit congtessionai appiw-"-
blUd El, Dia, wn--& -?
the- Congressman -to stop-ver
in Panama toileriwto
present sJiuanon' ,"-r
nican Republic. .V 'Iu
Also in Panama today- to
t Ray Rubottom, Jf.. U.S. :Va-i
' derseeretary H Stt. ior'L'
tin .Americaft Affairs, ;-wbe
arrived last Jiltbltft discuss
- development matterg Witn
.n.nanla.Ti 'AffiCalS. 'C 1.
' r Rubottom was met at the
tirnnrf. hv iPorelern Minister A-
nuilin Bovd. U.S. Ambassador
Julian P. Harrington and oth
Panama and U.S. ornciais.
k At the' airport, the SUte D
rtment of rleial told newsmen
that before having Washington
a week ago he got the lmpres-
Greet Lftcrlf Ship
Towd T(r CrislobaV
For Bcikr Repd
.. Th nrtir tlbenv shin Grain
Shipper "Is being towed through
ty rami tnai? lo yrwwu
where she will be tied up at
Pier 13 for repairs. -Wilford
-and McKay, local
r,t fn'tvi ahin sald today
that they estimate repairs to
one boiler wui tase wu
- The boiler was damaged J
fire at sea, and the
ton Grain Shipper radioed for
v.ia rKn xh was off tne
coast of Costa Rica. The Ca
nal's tug Taboga orouKu
hi. r Mriu this week.
Repairs will cost approximate approximately
ly approximately $5,000.
The ship -earires a load or
InmMr frnm RrattlS arid IS
bound for East Coast pots.
Dutch Passenger
Vessel Transits
Sans Passengers
. A Dutch passenger--ship
without a load of passengers
Is northbound in ihe Canal to today.
day. today.
. the Zulder Kruis. which car carried
ried carried several hundred immi

grants recently from Holland !riantej tte Brooklya-Lafsyette
to Australia, arrived from Sya-'station."
r.y today in haU&st. She Willi The writer also exprejsed out out-traTfl
traTfl out-traTfl to New York to pick uplrsee at hiving beea compared
about 560 passengers for Hoi-j with "mad bomber" Ceorpe Me Me-larnt.
larnt. Me-larnt. ( tky, who wai srrerted ni tom-
-Th ship belones to the Ro- iritted to a mental hospital after
si Rotterdam Uoyd. Fer.tonrln'inf at lral 32' homemade'
er.j Company sre lor a lagents. r'P bombs in New York.

USN,' is commanding officer or

V
r e d i e ts $1 ;
slon that Congress was bent
on giving serious consideration
to legislation to, implement eer-
tain nhases' Of the Pan-
Bm4-U.S. treaty with a view to
tuving them final approval o
jore the nresenC seslson ends.
r. Bubottoin also held "high
hopei that- the. appropriation
to initiate studies for th
acros stbe Panama C
studies ivr w
ol win K. nnwvH inrlnr thD
present year.
Thraf ens Fireman
At Rodman Jlalion
" ""A reportedly threatening 'tele
phone conversation waay wouua
up as charge of disturbing
the peace against Antonio, j
Glraldez ,; -'. ; ;
The 28-year-old Panamanian,
recently an employe at the Rod Rodman
man Rodman Fire Station, is -chaiged
with threatening to -"commit
bodily injury" on Fire Depart Department
ment Department Lt. David W. Lowe. ;
The- conversation ; allegedly
took Place at 12:50 pjn. last
Saturday when Lowe was at
Rodman. -- Giraldes no longer
works tnere;: t
"Circumstances leading up to
the incident were not revealed
in Balboa Magistrate's Court
today, but the case was con continued
tinued continued untQ later this after
noon. ., f r.- : i H
Bail of $100 was set In the
.' W .:
Avowed (cp-lklor
'Mad Bcrnbor S
NEW YORK, June 27 (UPV- Po
lice feared today they had anoth another
er another "mad bomber" on their hands
in the person of an avowed cop
hater whose third homemade bomb
wss found yesterday oil a Brook
lyn subway tram.
The bomb, containing two pounds
of gunpowder and a vial of acid,
was at the bottom of a bag picked
uo by an off-duty sanitation work
er. ,
Police said a note attached lo
the device indicated the manufac
turer also had planted two home
made pipe bombs in a subway sta station
tion station during the past two eeks. Yes Yesterday's
terday's Yesterday's I the largest and appar apparently
ently apparently most "lethal of the three was
made from a commercial oxygen
cylinder, U-by-i-inches in size. -The
-tote said: "I hate cops. I
will do everything to make fools
of them, like the two bombs I

To Swarm

Weekend

the tlattop.
Also scheuuled to arrive In
Balboa waters tomorrow are six
destroyers from Puntarenas, Cos
ta Rica. These ships are the USS
Brannon; USS Gilllgan; USS
Goss; USS Johnson-. USS Nickel
and the USS Komoacn ana are
presently on a Naval Reserve
training cruise for reserve per personnel
sonnel personnel from the "U.S.i Navy's
11th, ,12th and 13th Naval Dis Districts,
tricts, Districts, whose, headquarters are
located at San Diego, San Fran.
Cisco, and Seattle, respectively.
Capt R. W. Copeland, USNR is
commander of the reserve train
ing unit. The ships will be berth berthed
ed berthed at U.S. Naval Station Rod
man piers.
r On Sunday, five U.S. destroyers
will arrive at Cristobal from
Barranqulllar Colombia for a
three-day visit In cnal Zone
waters.
These Wds. the USS Snyder;
USS Hutchins; USS Kyne; USS
Olson and the USS Roberts are
participating in. one or tne re reserve
serve reserve training cruises for reserve
nn nfrsonnel from the First,
Third. Fourth and -Fifth Naval
Districts whose neaaquarven are
located at Boston; New York Ci
ty; Philadelphia, ad. noro,
respecuveiy. i
rommander of the reserve
training unit Is Comdr. r. W.
Dlehl, USNR. V
- The ships are presently sched scheduled
uled scheduled to berth at Naval Station,
Coco' Solo "piers, until their de
parture on or about Jtuy J.
LI rUi.-iii-MIVl..lV
Edvard S!.na llcrcn
To Plan Addilions
'ffiWrrf Stone. Amcrf e an
rnhitiMt. whoJdeslened El .Pan
ama Hour, 14 expected to ar
rive here this week to
matters relating to additions to
the hotel whicn are oeiu .cw
sidered.. t ''tX--i'C'4-u"f-
It was learned today .' that
Hotel El Panama stockholders
have been discussing tnesivan tnesivan-ff(.r
ff(.r tnesivan-ff(.r which will be made
for the operation of the-ljotel
when the Klrkeby contract ex
pires next Dec. 31. y
r a Florida hotel chain, head
ed by Morris Landsberg has
offered Hoteles Interamerica-
nos a total rental covering is
win nt t8.0OO.OOO. i .t ir.
Breaxaown' iikutm,
today .for the first time indi indicate
cate indicate that the JLandsberg group
haa Indicated :. they, will pay
$500,000 for the first twO years
rental, $550,000 for the next
three years, $600,000 for "the
next five- years, and $650,000
for the last five years of tne
15-year. period. --f rr'
; In addition, they have offer offered
ed offered to build 50 additional rooms
at their own expense ror tne
sum of $400,000; to construct
a luxurious night club, and to
relocate and modernize, a cof coffee
fee coffee lounare. 1
They have stated that all Im
provements will be tne proper
ty of Hoteies inieramericauos
upon termination of the eon-
tract. ., v.1
Other offers which have been
discussed, are from the David
Schine Hotels. which operate
the Ambassador Hotel of Los
Anaeles and the newly rebuilt
McAllister in MiamL,,
K third otter being consider considered
ed considered is one that has been made
by Arnold Klrkeby, present
manager of the hotel which In
volves the construction vf 100
additional rooms, as well as
other improvements. -v
The Hilton Hotel, chain Is
also understood to be interest interested
ed interested n operating El Panama.
Over-Population
AMANGA, Kenya, June 77 (UP)
Over-populatioa of baboons
and hippos la game preserves of
British East Africa can be solv
ed by leopards and wealthy
Americans, it was suggested
here today.
Professional hunters and came
wardens decided to release leop
ards to thin out the ranks of the
baboons. ,;
One warden suggested that
Americans able to pay the 13,-
800 a month cost of a hunting
expedition be turned loost to
hunt hippopotamus. '..

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: 111 1 ; T-. t'- rrH rr o-rr' -.v" r'-e1?''
I Ten Killed m
.h d before blow v
- Mri;i'Keoches:L&iTa:

L

UNDERWATER STUMPS LAID BAREWhen the water rose In Gatun lake during construction
days hundreds of thousands of trees were tnnun dated. Gradually most of them rotted away to
the water level. But today with Its water level only eight inches above its alltime low since the the-Canal
Canal the-Canal opened, Gatun Eake outside the cleared channels and anchorages is again a forest of
stumps. This photograph was made from a passing Panama Railroad train.
Lack Of Rain Cuts Down Load Limit

Of Supertankers, Oreships In Ganal

the pulse
of : panama
VjjIGHL doVKRNMENT
spokesman was quoted today as
savinr the admlnistratioa or
President Ernesto de Ja Guardla
Jr atlU intends to eo ahead with
plans to Introduce changes -U
the present social security aciup.
However, the President Intends
to have full public discussion on
the proposed .changes before
making any lurtner moves- ia
thatdlrection.iC-t:.:;.;::;.;
'OVti NEWSPAPER Reported
today that two unnamed Ameri Americans
cans Americans have threatened n to t oust
farmers "In 14 areas from lands
in veraguas province owned" by
the Boston coconut Company,
which owes the government large
sums of money in back taxes on
the property: f,V .Vt-.V
ANOTHER REPORT today in indicated
dicated indicated that several cases of ter tertiary
tiary tertiary malaria have broken out
among residents of EI Cangrejo
suburbs of Panama City. Seven
vt-i ten rases there are said
to be of the benign type of mala
ria, while the otner tnrea e
a more serious nature
' MEAliwHILE, Colon residents
are complaining about an .inva .invasion
sion .invasion of .mosquitos and' the hap haphazard
hazard haphazard spraying at areas .along
tha Trans-Isthmian Hignway.
GIrard To Marry
Jap Svcclhsarf ; ;:
VilWn A Week
TOKYO, (CP Specialist
William S. Glraro announced
plans today for marrying m.
TmiMu aweatheart while a
lanaMM COUTt taVS its latest
plans to try mo w anouwug
. . m 1 m
Japanese woman. j .-
GIrard, SL OtUwa, IIU
said necessary papers bad ar arrived
rived arrived frera the Unite SUte
for a wedding "within a week
and called himself "one ef the
happiest guys 1" the werM."
la Maebashl. the Japanese
procurator's office announced
had completed preparatioas for
the trial for the fatal shooting
of a womaa metal scavenger on
a VS. firing range last Jan. 30.
The office bolstered its staff
with appointment of another
nroseeutor m belief Gtrard would
be tried m the Maebashl court.
However Japan still was await awaiting
ing awaiting a U-S. Supreme Court ruling
nn whether GIrard should : be
turned over to Japan.
GIrard said he and his fiancee
Ham Candy Sueyama, have a a-greed
greed a-greed to have a "quiet wedding
with Junt our eloe friends at
tending." He said it would te
held at Camp whittLngtOB,

Lack of sufficient rainfall

over the Gatun Lake drainage
basin this month has brought
Gaturt Lake level to' below the
level reached near the end of
Mav. '; y-y-
The U'ke leva Is ow 82. K'
feet ilevatlon,1 -about eight
Inches above the lowest level
on record since the Canal' was
opened. The all-time low eleva elevation
tion elevation -of 1 39 feet was reached
irr May .1926 and again in May
1933c"-- '.-'':;'-.
'The level dropped -to B2.1Q
feet on May 26, but 'rains In
the following week brought a
slight rise after that date, until
June 6. Since : the latter date.
however, .the level has been
constantly dropping.
- Becaus at thn extremelv low
level of water in the Canal,,
shipping; agencies have been
notified, draft limitations will
be slightly Ipwered for .vessels
of certain 'classes, .such as ore
carriers and super tankers, un
til the lever Teaches S3 feet.
-' The limitations of about
: six Inches above normal draft
limits for such vessels will
not preclude their transit but
; will limit to a degree their
loadinrs. :
While; the ; water-supply IS
nearing : a cnucai stage, tne
Canal level still has aot reach reached
ed reached the advertised minimum
depth of 42 feet in Galllard
Cut. ; The water level would
have to drop well below this
advertised, minimum before any
ea in transit as relatively, iew
vessels except .. those of the
largest sizes would be hamper hamper-ships
ships hamper-ships hava a draft of -more
than about 30 feet when fully
loaded. . .- v-f s -. -j-:t
Although the Canal level 'is
still above the .1926 and 1933
levels, the water suPDly is more
LcrlUeal now than then because
of heavy Canal traffic i
The water yield -on the Ga Gatun
tun Gatun drainage basin this year
has been the second lowest on
record, with 1920 being the
record year: The Madden Lake
Fresh: From
Uttle Old Car As
LONDON. June 17 fUP) The
Duke of Edinburgh smacked into
a tiny, pre-war Horns automooiie
last evening a few hours after he
had made an appeal for careful
driving in a London speech.
The Duke was driving Queen
Elizabeth to a dinner at Windsor
Castle in honor of the Common Commonwealth
wealth Commonwealth Prime Minister whea bis
fast Lagonda hit the ether car.
No one was injured.
The Duke was fresh from a
luncheon meeting of the British
Automobile Association, of wmca
he is presidestt. There he said
motorists should take their share
or the blame for the BOO casualties
each day m British roads. .
-We'vo got to help drivers be
better and safe drivers" said the
Duke who ass been ia a series
of minor accidents aim self.-
The man wtvee car was struck
bv the Duke's drovs ouirkly off
ADto the twilight without giving lus'

basin, which forms a large part
oi tne oatun oasin, is tne low lowest
est lowest On record back to 19UJ -
' Madden Lake, -the auxiliary
. reservoir Tor- i i"' v . c
at U., cd "iurttr iuis CAf ttiMd
at any time since tt Was first
filled in the snld 193's. r
'.- It '.- t
" Only ; continued -lack ; of
falntail for another two weeks
Would drop the Canal level to
c new low. The lake falls about
U.0& of a toot s day on dry days
at this' time of the year be because
cause because of losses from evapora evaporation
tion evaporation and normal usage of water
for transits and municipal pur-poses,.;;;-.'
... ;
' The low lake levels "vitally af affect
fect affect Panama Canal operations
In Another way the production-of
electric current. While I
the hydro-electric plants at
Madden and Gatun "Dams are
the principal sources of electric
power during rainy seasons, the
use-'of auxiliary dlesel plants
becomes essential during long
ary seasons.
The orwratlnn Af' 'th
plants has been'? unusually
neavyitnit year as ajwater con
servation. : measure. and this
week the Cocoll station was
placed on a 24-hour operation
to save acpiuonai water.
Chinese Sentence
40 Anti-American
Rioters To Jail.
1 . w r ....... .. V
TAIPfftormoia Jun rt fXTP
A Chinese court-martial sentenc sentenced
ed sentenced 40 anti-American rioters to pris prison
on prison today for terms anginf up to
iwv yean, nearly nau oi the sen sentences
tences sentences were suspended. ;
Two of the 43 defendants trtoit
in connectioa with: last month's
anu-Amencaa disorders here
were acquitted. One was sardon.
Queen Looks On
name. He, too, apparently .escap .escaped
ed .escaped injury.
The Dake's dark greea Xsgofl Xsgofl-ds
ds Xsgofl-ds hit the automobile when it
turned suddenly onto the main
London-Windsor highway near
Staines, 20 miles southwest of Lon
don. .
Reg Parker, who keeps a small
grocery store across from the
crssh scene, ssid the driver of
the Morris climbed out briskly to
survey the damage a damaged
fender ea the Duke's csr and s
broken hesdlight.
The Duke, ia dark elates and
wearing suede gloves, leaned out
his window and shouted. "It's all
right. No dan-age. Dont worry.
It s all my fault," Parker noted
him. i'.
The ether maa didst seem to
realito who it wss at first," Par Parker
ker Parker said. Then he saw the Queen
srttirf in the esr. smiled. -hesitat-
4. thea rot m his ewa car a-
fain and drove efL

PORT ARTHUR, Tex., June 27 (UP) Hurricorj.
Audrey, which killed 10 persons befere it ever touched
land, smashed into the Texas-Louisiana coast today. Its Its-highest
highest Its-highest Winds were estimated at more than 100 miles an
hour. -.-.
' It isolated whole towns with mountainous tides ant)
crashing waves and knocked out electrical power in Beau Beaumont
mont Beaumont and Port Arthur, two of the Texas coast's largest

cities.
The hurricane's center,

weather bureau, hit the Louisiana coast around Cameron
shortly after 8 a.m. But hurricane-strength winds" were
reported as far west as Galveston, Tex., at least 140 miles

down the coast trom Cameron.

. As Audrey raged toward shore,
it liuiieu a two-masted fishing
vessel, tne Keturan, into an oil
rig near Galveston. The Ketu Keturan
ran Keturan went uown with all nine
crewmen on board. Anouier man
was arowned last night off tne
lexaa coast.

, '.thousands of fishermen and1 that will cost millions, t'-.t
Frencn-speakiiig cajuns who m-'pinlrs est- '.

pirates oegaO evacuating linana
yesiera'ay. Humble OU Company,
wnich exuacts ou uom tne oxi oxi-snore
snore oxi-snore tiaelana waters, stopped
its uraac- Isle operations at the
soutnern tip oi the state ana
evacuated its workers.
MaJ. Gen. Raymond Hunt,
Louisiana civil deiense director.
announced a public shelter pro program
gram program to care for families fleeing
inland from the coast.- Civil de de-tn
tn de-tn officials were out n a
round-the-clock standby, alert
and National Guard equipment,
was ordered readied for use. v
Fishermen and fur trappers In
the bayou-studded south Loui Louisiana
siana Louisiana regions stopped activities
yesterday arter,5 to o nw
nrHiPtd Manv of the
hardy Cajun fishermen refused
to evacuate. : But they secured
Ex4porls Edilor
Of PA Slops Here
OnVayTo Bolivia
A visitor infanama todayls
a former sports editor of -The
Panama American, Frederick B.
t,..k., kn wrnta about horse
parks and baseball hereabouts
In 1828 ana ikju. w w -v-
panied by Mrs. Marbut.
Now professor of joumalUm
.t o.nn state University, Mar-
but is on his way to Bolivia
where he will direct tM-cnu-lishment
of a school of Journal Journalism
ism Journalism at the University of San
Andres In La Pas.
Marbut expects to spena
about six months in Bolivia. He
is working under the VS. State
Department's international eu id
eational exenanas program.
Today he was taking a
cruick orienUtion in the many
changes that have come to the
Isthmus since he left 27 years
ago.
He has also been conferring
with local newsmen, particular
ly regarding various aspreu
Latin American Journalism.
30 Days Mystic
Number Today In
Cristobal Court
Thirty days seemed to be the
magic number today m Cristo
bal Mssistrates uourv.
An ex-con vie t, Bern Ford
was riven 30 days to serve on
a charge of possessing marijua
na, m aaaiuon. tne -yeai-oia
Panamanian was found rullty
of loitering around Camp Bierd,
and given a SO-day sentence on
this charge.
A second defendant, Guerre Guerrero
ro Guerrero Williams, 20-yar-old Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, was found guilty of
vagrancy around Rainbow City
and alo sentenced to serve the
next 30 days in tail. He has a
vnr record of similar eoovle-Uana.

.

according to the Port Arthur
4
t i t
their boats at inland-docks
few miles north of the gulf ..
oil workers poured inland from ;
the offshore rigs ai operators
took extensive precautions. Op Operators
erators Operators said they will close down
completely In the gulf v- until
Audrey dissipates, an opersti
LaiM I tanwai li :., .
forlew4CMI. ; : ?
Sever In Balboa; ;
Excavation preparatory:, to
the Installation of approximate approximately
ly approximately 400 feet of aewaare line ex-
tending from the Balboa YMCA
to the rear of the Credit Union
Building in fialboa was -due to
start today..'-. s?t.-,iU ;V.r 'i-'-;;
The : Installation "Df iewagg A
lines in the Gavilan area was
completed this week and sim ;
lar work along- Amador "r Road
is near com Diet ion
.The project will Involve 'ex 'excavation
cavation 'excavation in- the vicinity f the
parking lot, in front of the
YMCA and later the Install.
tion of sewage lines across Bal-
ooa Road to the 'rear of the
Credit Union Building where
they will intercept sewage Irom
the Balboa Flats area.: --
4 During the time that excav,
tion work -is carried mt in
front f the YMCAw there will ;
be no interference with traifie
on Balboa Road,-it wa,ailr
nounced. Those wishing to park
their cars near the buUdrng
however, may tiss the parking
lotion Acacia Place behind tb,
ZMCA. '.. $ a
The next step to the bro-
, l Wlu negso soon,
will be the installation o T50
fEStal' "tending
;mHle PPtog station near
toe Balboa Elk Club across La
Boca Road tc the vicinity of
the Balboa Union Church,
The work, being don. br
ama at a cost of $115,000, la
part of a eomnit j,.
Psal system which will take
m,t?-f the Ctntt Zone com com-The
The com-The construciton f sew-
installation of 8,000 feet ef
force main and outfall, in W-
boa was MnntatM
. vouble Takes wr
WFWARK, NJ, Jua, rt CPt
-When accosted by a saeTh
J did the thief. HeokMar-
; Logical Thieves ;
mf?7 Calif,' Jbs, :
t.7.Tm broke uv uv-to
to uv-to aa Anaheim back ar
onjy beiBf lorlral K,,
A STB
food but also took his year-eall
a-cair Oid boxer dog.



THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWS PATER

THURSDAY, JUNE 37, 1957

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Comment

By VICTOR RIESEL

POSTAL, SKULDUGGERY

There are do cut-rate crusade

xnoiguation is inexpensive. u a lot

ox u uaan'i been locking tor low

cost cures, we might nave' pre

vented a uose of "underworld lock

jaw" which a couple of fellows

named troudoito Miranti and Do Do-menico
menico Do-menico danoo developed in Feder Federal
al Federal court recently.

You may recall that they arc

two of the men who calmly con

fessed to conspiring to hurl acid

at tms columnist. When asked by
Federal Judge Herlandi to name
the higher-ups, tney clammed up
and the Judge angrily said they

nau a case ot terror tetanus.

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The announcement that the Canal zone postal system is go going
ing going to up Its charges lor special delivery service is news inaeea.
But is it true? '
roles I have tailed to catch up with it, the Canal Zone pos postal
tal postal system has steadily refused for the past lour years to pro pro-Haiivom
Haiivom pro-Haiivom jrvid ito.wit stamDsi at any price.

""TMT T. J.,-- j. ncMal rie- rant fliiruiann. rnttinr, U.. u.m

Instead ne napiess sum who "ku w wu ay. ;

i be built only for
,000 a prisoor.

i.-awling network of

"j. i '7U n .n.ri i inarirnriAn win ah

u T ii..u m.i. kiimju wnrii .Lnn juuddi- u.Uuvuuuu ,uu uu

Ti Data enouKii in itcxi. dui wj wane wv- -
comes folded In a piece of pasteboard on which a moral precept
U aomeof these faU with a very dull thud on-the morale (yeh,
public spirit) of the person who has had to drive or alf:01
his way to pay this tribute to somebody's wish for a fast buct,
But the other day topped it. My exhortation read "8
like: to save time and steps by doing all your shopping at
a central location." .
- Well, I already had to drive a half mile or more and hunt a
parking lot Just to buy .that puky stamp the Canal Zone govern-

Bieat Is too sungy 10 ecu.

f

"See? I'm Starting- to : DlsdrmAlready

I have' a sort of personal In Interest
terest Interest in this so I looked Into'
the prison system which the
government ensrges the under
world reached into with its lock lockjaw.
jaw. lockjaw. I found a prison 'system
understaffed. I found a penal
world lodged in comparative en-

budget ot $30,135,000 by hard work'

ing criminologists who are some sometimes
times sometimes helpless to run an orderly
civilization behind bars because
the budget permits them only two
guards for each 800 prisoners. On
wis budget they have now dis discarded
carded discarded the traditional bread-and-water
diet for prisoners in solita solitary
ry solitary confinementand the inmate's
health is now protected by a bal

anced diet or vegetables, it may

Does oov Potter know about this? Or am i complaining a-jcome as news to you

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i WATCH THE riSHIC!-When to R-rr-, do is the Romans
T. S, this enterprising photographer substitutes "watch tho
tnshie" for Om eld familiar -watch the birdie." as bet elms his
ewaaen at Humboldt penfuin at the Aquarium to Coney..
Island, Brooklyn, N.Y. Twenty of .the pengnins were flown

t tbev native) Uiue lo yua omer exruons si uie Aquanum.

.VJhsShcr you havo
less fibn $100
sir thoasaMj to brrext-lexra about MotnsJ
foods aoi what tiny may do foe rou. t
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But the prisoner who may find

himself in a "soutary" ceU be because
cause because he has cooperated with the
authorities and wants the protec protection
tion protection of sleeping alone, is not just
worried about keeping healthv.

He's more worried about keeping

auve. mere are oniy enousn sin

gle cells for 10 per Cent of the

prisoners.
Even if Miranti and Bando had
decided to break the underworld's
own code of unethical practices
by talking, they mieht not have

been able to get into one of these

individual cells. They could have

asked tor transfer to Alcatrai too.

but sooner or later they'd have

found themselves living in a cell

witn eijht or nine others,1- i
One high prison official who

knew that Miranti had announced

loudly that "I'm not talking to

nobody under no circumstances'
about his offense or who was in

volved, bluntly put ;it this way.

-too ewn-f neon re nave a ve very
ry very vivid Imagination to picture
few herd a to -a prisoner might'
KawA ilwlna In a with. -E-L.

hine or 10 others who look uoon-

him as. a stool pigeon-- e no-

goon pumt. ihay would not only
harass him in little ways, but
would push him around en ev every
ery every possible occasion.

"They also would do what thev

could, to get him in wrong with
the prison officials or might evea

irame mm oy. lor instance, stash stashing
ing stashing some contraband in his locker

ot mattress and then tip off the

omcers in such a way as would

cause tnem. .to search his belong.

togs.

If 8 prisoner is found guilty of

possessing contra Dand dv a iiaii.

plinary board, he is apt not only
to be put in solitary but te lose

some or bis good conduct credits,
which makes him inelicihlo re

parole. -.
That would happen, of course, if
he survived. In Dec. uss. tha thn

Sen. Hermaa Welker said in a re re-oort
oort re-oort on the Federal nrison at Ml.

Ian, Mich, j, ....

. .une or two oi the men
(prisoners) were being held in
segregation at their own requeat
because they feared other inmates
against whom they, had testified.
The necessity of incarceratlne

some prisoners in the same insti institution
tution institution where -co-defendants against

woom uey nave testified are also
boused, is ene of the difficult nmh.

jpma oi pnson : aoministrauen.

wny dUfleultr Because the pris

on system is mnnins on soma

$30,000,000 when' at least im.ooo..

000 ia needed for a lone.

construction procram. Why t h

need for seven new prisons and

tne renaniutatioa of four others?

Because the prisons at Atlanta,
Leavenworth and McNeil Island

are overloaded from 30 ta 80 per

cent ana now can you. police

soca raoDK warrens? Atalanta has

800 too many thugs. Leavenworth

aas more taaa 400 Jammed into it

soove capacity.

in Lewisoui-g, thore are 15 o o-pon
pon o-pon sJormlfe-tes, each heuslng
from 85 ta 88 anon and there
a rent onough officers of each
dorm. This moans that one or
two men must keep making the

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WASHINGTON It's become sol Assistant 'President Sherman A.
difficult to find enough space to, da'ms -vas on the telephone con contest
test contest nufclcar weapons thai tne D- stantly rallying Republican votes.
nited States is negotiating withJA swarm of rVbite House aioes,
Australia for the use of its. vast led by Jack Martin former aids

interior desert. ( Ito the late senator Taft. was busv

This is the isolated Wonmura hutton-hnlinc .' VHt PrpclHont wi.

Rocket Range where the British 'on personally talked to 'every Ca Ca-exnlnrtAd
exnlnrtAd Ca-exnlnrtAd twn ntninii ttnmtM'"6 Kfnrnia RamitiliAan ml

exploded two atomic bombs.'

The Defense Department is in

terested m leasing it because the
Western Hemisphere has just a a-bout
bout a-bout run out Oi space for testing

llong-raage guided missiles. We

have to many people, too manv

cities mat mignt, get nit or con-

uammatea. ,

The Australian missile ranae

weMld be used for -testing the

JCBM or Intercontinental Ballis

tic Miri. y, are now testing

this off the Florida capos, but

the missiles are aimed toward

South America, and, although

w nave negotiated treaty ar arrangements
rangements arrangements with Latin American

countries oermitting us to track
-the missile, Latin Americans
have become increasingly litte littery
ry littery over these tests. ,
' urt recently the Atlas had to

I be exploded in the air by the

from other states.

White House lobbyists were cart
ful, however, to work tnrough GOP

leader Joe Martin in the House'

ar Bill Knowlano in the Seate.
This miffisd Congressman Char Charlie
lie Charlie Hallock or Indiana, who had
been the chief contac In the
House and didn't like koing by by-pa?ed.
pa?ed. by-pa?ed. ":.i '.' "VV
"If the White House wants me
to help,"' he arnmbled. privete.
ly; "why don, they come te
me?"- -i ;
In the end, however, Hslleck al also,
so, also, Joined In linin? un Republican

votes for civil rights.'

- VOiSM INOTON PIPELINE
CORRECTION: E. S: Willis, nnt

John .Crilaf'sr's i the General E E-lectric
lectric E-lectric Company .spokesman who
aomitted that GE pockets as much
as S6.5n0.onn l vph, in l!viWH

g ouno safety officer because it from the welfare ; fund- GE. claima
started to go out of control and he that part of its insurance is Dlae

Dads Footsteps
By BOB RUARK

NEW YORK. My old man was

and is a good accountant. But -1
have never been particularly tal talented
ented talented at figures the written kind

and see no good reason why I

should be commercially acceptable

because the old bay can add and

subtract and strike- a balance

This is the long way 'round a

feeling that John Roosevelt used
good' sense ;in announcing he
wouldn't be a candidate for Mayor
of Mew York. For Johnny's Quali

fications tor the job are vested

soieiy in tne lact mat bis old man
was President of the United States.

If you hew to the reasoning that

Elliott deserved to be a general

and Jimmy deserved to be a mem

ber of '.Congress, and Frankle Jr
qualifies as 8 legislator, then I
wouldprefer it if we ran Marga Margaret
ret Margaret -Truman Daniel for Mayor. Her

old manias a 'President, too,

There nave been some instances

Where the sons outclassed the fath fathers,
ers, fathers, as in the case of the late Bob
Taft, and certainly nobody ; Can
knock the memory of the La'Fol-

lette tribe. But mostly the sons of

famous political fathers do better
in other enterprises, becitie a a-bout
bout a-bout the last thing I look for in po politics
litics politics is the memory vof a dead
man vested id his cub.

The name of Roosevelt Is a fine

branch and winding up with F.D.R.
He was sick and senile at the end,
he made some most horrible mis mistakes,
takes, mistakes, and he hired a lot of dumb
help, but at least he -was a orac-

ticing politician of great savvy
and enormous' experience, plus

enarnw aiso, ne s r dead.? &
With the exception of John, the
Roosevelt heirs have traded shame
lessly on his memory. Two Frank

lin and James have taken uo

politics 4 with nd qualification; oth-

er man oiooa lines.
Elliott, $ of course, is Elliott.

mere may xe, something, he hasn t

tried professionally, inrludins the

Christmas tree business at Hyde

rarx, out a can't tetcn it to mind.

Anna had her flutter as, a publish.

er anc

name.
And

renegade ..Democrat who Jumped
to the Republicans in 1952 to sup support
port support Mr. Eisenhower and who, -at
last reading, changed his mind
after he was about to declare him himself
self himself as I competitor to Bob Wag Wagner
ner Wagner for the Republican mayoralty
nomination of this fair hamlet.

John, who has been a business

executive since he quit being a

competent naval officer, was the
last of the flock to consider riding
Daddy's broom on a trip to the pr

nag ner uuwer as a nunusn
Sfi.;.0111"9 on appy
. 'i V -V 'A W y NQ j
now we come to John,,. a

one, starting with the Oyster Bay llitical moon. .The odd thing is that

he possibly would make a real

gooa Mayor, a good Governor (that
would come next), then a good
Senator, and possibly a good Pres President.
ident. President. He seems to have inheritied

most of the elass of the family;
But I still resent his even think

ing oi a political career, since

ne s naa no practice, at politics
unless- Maying unwounded in s

rather unusual family constitutes

political practice. , t
If his experience were the same,
and bis name were John Ruark. or

John Jones., he would not:, have

even considered declaring himself

as a canuiaatp tor tne Dossman Dossman-ship
ship Dossman-ship of the biggest,, as well as dir dir-tiest.
tiest. dir-tiest. city, in the. World. The noli.

tical boys Would sav: ..'John who?

aismiss ninV 'Succincuy ana scout

arouna lor. somebody who could

teu pouucai nous, from nuu.4 :
. I think it nroaiimntiinna fnr" tti

Roosevelt tribe, without political

ana, in some instances, business
experience, to continue to trade on

the 'charm of a great man who

should jiever have let his great

ness turn mm myopic- over his

own ability, bis own frailty and,

at last, ni own cverwhelming ar
rogance. '.. ,."

We had a couole of : Roosevelts

in high, places. Do we need more

merely on the old man's repute
tion? I think nsy.

feared it might hit a near-bv Flo

rida city. Latin Americans fear
the missile would be even harder
to control once it gets over the
Eauator and heaps m the general
direction of Rio de Janeiro. Mon

tevideo ji Buenos Aires. :

Furthnrmore, tracking a missile

over lanl is muni .easier than ov

er water. The. United States has

set up a cnain of island m the

south Atlantic. However, the great
uninhabited Australian : desert
would permit tracking over dry
U"d. ' ? .t

Australia is reported willing to

nerm)t use of her missile ranee

I in return1 for the use: of modern

American atomic weapons. The

granting of Australian air routes

scrors ne Unlet ,' tates s alio

I reported to be tied up with the

UNPALATABLE BREAKFAST

WdierWinclielllnl'iewYorl;

BROADWAY SUMMf RTIMB

Do yon wonder that it's se ea

sy for naderworld leek Jaw to

M SW

J

Faces In The Crowd:' Billy

Martin, (he i ballplayer traded, by

the Yankees to Kansas city, get.

ting the chin-uo treatment from

fans in the St. MoriU Hotel lob

by. Tough uprooting after being
with the Yanks 8 years. .'.Milton
Berle, reporting that his .throat

surgery July 10 was over played

in the papers. "The whole" thing,"
he said, "will be done in the doc

tors office". .Vineent Lopez, who
starts his 17th year at The Taft
Hotel ea the I7th. The original eon eon-tract
tract eon-tract was for 12 weeks. .The Ray

Anthonys (Mamie Van Deren)

feasting at the Eden Roe before

win slot back to H'wood. .Dinah

Washington, the blueslnger, dining

wiu two of her ex-husbands at

the Hickory House. She's had 8.

. .Mrs. Porfirio Rubirosa. one of

the prettiest persons la the, mid midnight
night midnight east.)

Sallies In Our Alleyt Last night
in Lindy's ene of the better known

knockers was rapping the humidi humidity
ty humidity something terrible. '. "What
happened?" asked a wag. "Did
he rua outta people?". .Band .Bandleader
leader .Bandleader Henry Jerome's definition
of Roughing It: Playwright Arthur
Miller -jnthout an air conditioner
in his apartment

again. She is Vivian Crowns. ..

What Is the' Ronyon Fund offered
for 1st tew ringoido tickets I to
the Patterson-Jackson fight July

2V7 Ticket brokers will not have
the first a rows. .C8S offices

ore plsguod by en elusive petty

thief. .- Pianist Freddie Sleek end
his wife had a Boy. Mother is
Juno Teacher, a Beverly Hills

lawyer. .Vsgabonds doing a roc

ord Summer bis at the L a t i n

Quarter. .Pamela Oermia of that

haw and Jnllu.garawp ara a

new Two. 'He's heir te a diamond

importing fortune. -Brace Mota Mota-Uous.
Uous. Mota-Uous. author of best-solior "Pey

ton Pisco," profors Muofoans even
around Now York. "I don't, she

Mys, "like girdles.".')' ',

ooo via the first two r y a 1 1 y
cheeks.
' MshhaHan Murolst -cThe a 1 1 1-night
night 1-night illumination en the lifo-aiioal

nude (bathing in the fountain) op opposite
posite opposite the Hotel Plata. .The no

vel wire-art m the Verlg Airlines
windows et 434 Fifth Avenue.
The chic summer millinery for the
hostesses flying United. . .. The
very young ievora in their prom
apparnl takinn over moat of ha

hansom kebs (m the woe hours)

w wnw privacy in me porn.

Times Souaro .Tahlotalki Tr.

Champ Joe Louis' friend i im lira.

ing him to stop playing ae many
sessions of 34 hole salt. Th

his heart can't take all that ex

ertion.., .ii tne Dodgers desert us
for Los Angeles catcher Roy Cam-
nanalla'a wja stiA w. ia .

Congressional guestr at the re recent
cent recent White House breakfast -found
themse'ves chewing a large Penn Penn-sylvania
sylvania Penn-sylvania dam mixed up in their

nam and egRs. ; r

j Ike was talking alout the "item

veto plan- which- would permit
him to veto single ''pork barrel"

nrojecis .out of an appropriation

oiu witnout navine to veto the en

tire billvO

The suggestion was" greeted with
horrified silencei
"Well, now,' wait a minute. cent

lemeir,"v interposed the President
'"I'm onlv advocatina a 1it.il (.

nomy. l thought you fellows were
for1 economy. j

Mlt seems! he Viotinued;3tht

with many members of 'Con 'Con-gross,
gross, 'Con-gross, economy on government'
spending Is good everywhere x-
copt-in their own stats and dis-
triets.', ',...:, r
At this point.' GOP Ren. Leon

Gavin ,of Oil City, Pa ,a leading

economy spoxesmsn,, spoke up:

"Mr., President; under the. Consti

tution,; Congress canrtot relinquish
its legislative powers to the exe-cuHve-
branch of the government."
1 VWenH Leon," shot back Ike, VI
woulH isay that you fit very well

into tne category I have just been
talking about. You are all the time

espousing economy in Congress.

You ten me to cut "own on for foreign
eign foreign aid and other things that 1
think are imnXnrtant for the coun

try as s whole. '.
"Rut hnw ahnnt that t1ftft.mil.

lion appropriation for a big dam

on, tne AJ'egneny River r your
district, which ii part of Llj civil
functions bill I noticed thit vou

havent made a speech against
that on the House floor.",
Congressmen Gavin ; stopped
ehkurinr nn hit hum anA Moam aa

urupujr h jooseu as u ne naa
bitten: right into the Allegheny
. .. ; -.,'.,. r.v !,. .-
THE WMlTI HOUSI LOBBY
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' The White House palac guard.

has done a lot of effective wire

pulling on Capitol Hill in the past,
but seldom has it operated with
such backstage Intensity as R did,
to pass the civil rights bilL

ed with Aetna; not all, with Metro-

poutan ufe, as stated in this col col-umn.
umn. col-umn. However, vhen labor re representatives
presentatives representatives on the welfare fund
board hve asked GE "tv much
is placed, with Aetna, GE has re refused'
fused' refused' to ea ...v This column was

in error in stating, that one direc director
tor director of G?'-eral KieeHA is i direc director
tor director of Metropolitan Life. Two. art
directors, i PbUip ,w,eed, GF chair chairman
man chairman of the board, Is i director.
In additions R o b e t t-f Woodruff,
chairman of Coca Colafs is a di director
rector director of both Gceral. Electr'e
and. Metropolitan m... ;k 'lalutoj
to the dry cleaners of America for
cleaning all -American flags f or
Flae Dav free; O'y t'ouMe ws I

that a lot of people didnt have

anv fiais to b"s ft,aned..J Also con-'

srratulations to Dr.' Lewla Tvn.

tn ,Vw yp or rtretin" e ?
50,000th copy of Delcaratjfoh oi In In-t!Tyimc
t!Tyimc In-t!Tyimc lo rheie das?; in
New York's' Chinatown'. -In ; tna -last
ei(tht verr. Dri rviwtn Ms
presented 50,000 copies of the De- :
cloratinn to ro" nf i Marhat.'

tan's lower east side so they may
better 'snderstand the freedoms of
their. country. :'v;vv-'.
r r-' i i i'v t,i i i ji,

A fellow W iwjTIn ottW M h

when he woufd rother sletto.thon f

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flesto.

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STAMP SAYINGS BOOK

You neednVbuy,?
'anything! '
- 1 Ave. Central m

Cindorolla Man: Beb Merrill.

whose words and music embelilisb

"New Girl Ia Town." pace rede

the rails from coast to coast .

Besides "New Girl" he has It top

Beckvtego Novelet: ED W V n n

was reminiscing about George M.
Cohan and his partner Sam -H.
Harris, who were parenting a new
musical comedy, i .They were of

fering show girls $18 per week

-ana .stockings". .. .Two of t n e fianet" has grossed more than
loveliest applicants. who '-turned' $500,000. If. cost only 880,000 to
down the iobsi were summoned to 'stare. how business hmt'iu

the producers' 'offices. . .''What the best looking gals. A Miss

happened?" ssked Mr. Cohan. .'kennedy at the East River Sav-

iiaurus s MU.UW yaCM WU1 AO, UP

visit to a small

for sale.

"We want' 828 a week and stock

ings," one said. .Mr. Harris ob objected.
jected. objected. ."Oh," said Hi, Cohan,
"they Ye very pretty. Let's make
a. 825 what's $7a week te ?-!

.They were the Newton Sisters.

mgs Bank is a real eveful. -Si!

Minee's serious eye infection will
aelay his Army induction. .Tne
reports en Rita Hayworth ia "Pal
Joey" are more ex i citing thaa the
advance word-en her -emoting ia

.A third sister married the Co- 'Tire Down Below." The differ
ban and Harris press agent : 'eoce, they aay, is amazing. So So-They,
They, So-They, married Cohan and. Harris, iphia Lorea's sister Maria had her
' L --' '. nose prettified.. She will seek -a

Cost of Characters: Joan Seberg. career is a s sins er." taa Cats

song hits to his credit. . He is tbe new "Joan of. Arc," wss the whose "cool sound" revolutionized
eonvtneed 1857 is his Year. .The subject of a news-weekly's article the modern school of jars s a a
PCA-Yicter .album ef the tunes last week. It said she had 8 ro- footers, just cot back sua abart

from "New Girt" is eelllng Ukeinrances. She'd like to knew their card. He's at tbe Village Vii-

ucseis w mat snow. .' ucrrau nines, hji sno nss DO sxeaoy ruara.

eeunsel ef mends ne uvestes. te beau. r. Sinatra blames a cer-

seme rough s create la the wil- tala HoJlywooa producer for tots
derness South ef MiamL . .The'ef the rst-a-tst-Uttlins ta the re

investment will psy him back cant Look aeries. That's one of the

plenty. Six (sooths after he bought
it a builder started a huge shop

ping center ene tairn of a block
from Merrill's property. . JBot

sBoeey toes to money- -His den

tist recess mended a uranism stock

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when ft doubled.

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South had bid very conserva
..'tlvely. A lot of players would

nave made some enori 10 get to
. a slam wltH' his hand opposite

'.'. an ooenine two no-trump.-

- jt would no be difficult to fix
up a hand lor North with only
, "two hearts and 22 points that

. wouia proauce a lay-aown siam.
With the actual North hand and
. i favorable breaks a slam would
till -come In. ft
As It was, bad breaks, alert
defense and a bad guess resulted
v In the defeatof the apparently
'- safe four-heart contract.
" South won the opening dia diamond
mond diamond lead with dummy's king
? and vwent right after the trump
' suit. When East discarded a
spade on the second lead South
, saw that he had to lose two
trump tricks and that his con-
tract was In Jeopardy. t r1
He took the ace of hearts and
led a, club toward dummy. West
. ducked and dummy's king held
' the trick. The ace and king of
spades were played and a club
v discarded. 4 A third spade was
trumped and the last club led.
; West ducked again without a
quiver. ',.He knew' that south
could go up with the dueen, ruff

out a ciud ana mase live ooa duv
-he afso knew that if he played
the ace South would mak;e his

contract
Now South had a real problem.
, Someone-held the ace of clubs

i Who was it? Either West had

. ducked twice or East had aucKea

one. He finally decided that
East was the mi with the ace
"Eastr pounced with? the fack
and led a ifburth spade. South
ruffed and -west overruffed. West
cashed his high trump and led a
diamond, south allowed this to

' ride toward his jack but to no
avail. East's queen of diamonds

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Bitnlllew Father V
Unoxcilcd Aboul
Parenthood At 84
WASH1N(JT0N, June 27 UP)-
"Fatherhood at 84 iS nothing to get
excited about, according.-to an. 4 4-yearold
yearold 4-yearold father.
"I'm not a celebrity and I dont
want to be one;" he protested to
newsmen,
The: modest octogenarian Is
James "M. Pickens of .Somerset,
Md., whose -44-year '. French
wife1 gave birth to 6 pound,. 8 8-ounce
ounce 8-ounce daughter at t hospital here
last Thursday. .
Pickens, who had one daughter
by n previous marriage, was a
mere 81 when he made his second
venture into matrimony.
The story of this romance was
a bit unusual. It began indirectly
during World War I when Pickens
was working in France with the
YMCA. He Jriet there a -1 amily
named Pincenot and kept up a
correspondence with them after
his return to the. United States.
In 1954, Pickens went to France
. for a visit and struck up a court court-hin
hin court-hin with Edith Poincenot. Be
brought her back to America as
"I'm still going strong for. onej
oi my age, i suppose, ki.
Police Seek Young
Ikrrisd Women
litatia In Florida :
V LAKE WALES, Fl., June 2T
UP v Police sought two y e a a g
married women today whoae hus husbands
bands husbands reported them missing aft-,
or a nightlong search. . i1
A polire search was begun
Tuesday for Lawanda King, 20,
380-pound blonde, and Jean Hr Hr-rod,
rod, Hr-rod, mother of a five-month old
on. They were lost seen at a
tlrive-in restaurant early Monday
in nt. - r .
Tho women are neighbors m a
local apartment house. Mrs. Her-1
rod's husband, Allen, is an Insur Insurant
ant Insurant splf'man. Marvin. King,, hua--
r ther, woman, is a
track driver. : ..
. wj.ef John T. Petty said
; riusual circumstances
tn tho case, be does not think the
tien have met with any foul
slay.
7 "I thick' the whole thwg start start-'d
'd start-'d when one of the women had a
fas wita her husband and then
U"-e V o'Jier one into running
out wilh ber beeause of spite or
lo uirt their aasbands," be said.
Petty said he beard reports to
y that the wnmen nay be hid hid-irg
irg hid-irg et in Ljkeiand.

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REAL BOY'-One boy plus one
rope equals fun. This young
'man getting up in he world is
Britain's 1 Prince Charles. He
was snapped- cavorting on the
guy rope of a refreshment tent
during a break in a polo match
to London. i j- v
llev Orleans Police
Face Major Shakeup
Vilh 10 Cops Fired
NEW ORLEANS,' June ) 27 '(0P)
The New Orleans police depart
ment faced a maior shakeuD to
day follwoing the dismissal of 10
top men in connection with a-po
uce graft scandal. i
Police Supt. Provosty A. Uay-
nes Monday night fired Deputy
Chief Albert P. Blancher, Chief
of Detectives Harry J. Daniels,
three majors and five captains
on grounds they '.'tolerated or
permitted' an organized .system
of graft Y to exist in .the v depart department.
ment. department. ', i! t. .( i,
. Two other captains were dis dismissed
missed dismissed Friday. Another captain,
Edward Fallon, fafces dismissal
for refusing to answer questions
posed by the Orleans Paris h
grand jury on alleged graft.
The dismissals came on ;the
heels of, fficia' disclosures, -(-accusing
at least 86 policemen, -of
accepting fratpay off s-The ac
cusations fwere-on tamed in -v the
files of secret investigations; con conducted
ducted conducted in 1955 and-1956, but made
public for the first time last' week.
ITWCICY TWINS-Thanks to
these twin sisters Caryl (top)
and Susan Volkman-uo
".knet" rJ famed actress Sylvia
Mnv aoDeared in a recent
1 courtroom scene In a chapter
'of TV'a "Climax." filmed in
'Hollywood. Their scene was
shot twice once with one twin
; and then with th other twin,
- plus Sylvia Sidney. When sec sec-ond
ond sec-ond shot was faded into; too
. first, it appeared on homo
, screens as one Volkman twin,
) with Sylvia's transparent
tlhost"-beside her. V-."
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8:15 Church In The Wildwopd
8:30 Musical. Reveille s ; ?
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2:30 The Virginians i ;
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Sammy Kaye Show
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7:00 Thirty Minute Theater ;
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Schweitzer Notes
: World Response
To A-Varnlngs
BRAZZAVILLE, "French Equa Equatorial
torial Equatorial Africa, June 27 (UP)
Adlal Stevenson has reported
that Dr. Albert Schweitzer Is
rgratlf led" by the worldwide re reaction
action reaction to lils warnings : on the
dangers to humanity from atom atomic
ic atomic experiments. 4
. . !;.,,. uM
' Stevenson, who Is on a tour of
Africa visited the noted physl-cian-phllosopher-muslclaa
at his
iunele hosDltaL w.c ..
Schweitzer recorded an appeal
for the end to nuclear weapons
testa In April. i
Stevenson said Schweitzer felt
his views were not as widely
publicized tn the United States,
Britain and France as elsewhere.
- "But he feela that his declara- j
tlon may have encouraged scien
tists to express their views more
freely, Stevenson aald.

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White Officials Facing Trial
For Gunning Down Negro Cons

JACKSONVILLE. "'June 27 (UP)
-i-A federal prosecutor promised
today to press for the earliest pos
sible trial for two- white officials
charged (with gunning down two
escaped Negro convicts when they
offered to r surrender to a posse.
' Corg ; Alexander Kelsoy, 41,'
a Seminole County constable,
and Alous' D. Stanley, 44, fero
man of the utate road camp In
tho county; wure charged in fed
eral indictments with violating 1
tho civil rights of tho two es
capers. to-Wi-'H-i-"'.
Kelsev and Stanley, named in
indictments handed up by a grand
jurytacluonvillo' week ago.
were arrestea Tuesday at meu
homes hear : Oviedo, Fla., : ;where
Kelsey also serves as police chief.
Asst. v U. S. Atty. E.f Coleman
Madsen said today -the govern
ment will seek the, "earliest pos
sible trial aate ; jv wi
Madsen, said the taso'KwUI'sj be
heard in the Orland District
Court, probably sometime after Ju
Negro vJohn. Leroy Young, 20,.
was : killed by a shotgun blast
In tho chest and Nogro Marvin
MorriH, 27, was wounded when
they wore cornered in a Negro
section of Oviedo March 7, 1955,
two- day a after they f ltd .from.,
tho road camp mar Oviedo.
Kelsey and, Stanley contended
tho two men were fired on when
tney tneoMf- escape. v 1
: Madsen said Merritt told offi officers
cers officers he and Young nut their hands
in the air to surrender but both
were shot down although ; they
made-ao attempt to escape.
Merritt also claimed Kelsey and
another white man kicked him as
he lay on the ground, a few feet
from where Young was felled.'
Madsen said both men siflfered
wounds under their arms, indicab-
Dozen Automobiles
NORFOLK, Va June 27 (UP)
A Navy jet fighter attempting aa
emergency landing at the Naval
Air Station here today fell short
of the field and plowed into a park parking
ing parking lot, badly damaging m o r e
than a dozen ears. '.-..m:
' The pilot escaped with minor
injuries, an air station spokesman
said.' His name was withheld. A
, About an hour earlier, a Sky
radier attack bomber, out of near
by Oceana auxiliary air station
crach-landed la a farm field hear
Franklin, Va. three miles short
of its base.' "'' 7 !' -iw .'
The Navy. said' th pilot, v Ens.
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ing their arms ;were raised1 when
they were shotviiiyfVt.A.if
The federal proMcytor a aid
; tho government has other wit witnesses
nesses witnesses to substantiate. Morrltt's
claim that, ho also was beaten
with-a club. i!-'.'"v:vvf". '''iifi-i i.
iMerritt, of HollywoOd,fFU., was
serving a 10-year terra f 6r armed
robbery... His records showed1 six
escapes from various state road
camps, since- WteWrfytyytf',: :.
, Young's home town was not list listed
ed listed .in the records.if:is!"is'-i v.
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PHILADELPHIA. June '27 (UP)
Ernest T. Weir,. 81, founder of
the nation's fifth largest steel com company,
pany, company, and one of .the industry's
niost colorful figures, died .: today
in the Pennsylvania Hospital of
a: heart ailments
?Sveir : whose' ; long 'career had
earned- him a' place as one of
steel's "elder statesmen,? retired
six weeks- ago as board chairman
and chief executive officer Of Na
tional Steel Corn.; which he had
built up from an old West Virgin
sia tin plate mm into an maus maus-trial
trial maus-trial giant vo.-.;,t:' ';..' V;'
The Pittsburgh Industrialist, who
would have been 82 next Aug. 1,
had suffered a heart attack in mid
January and, his deaths-was the
result of complications. When be
announced his retirement to stock stockholders
holders stockholders last May, he was elected
"honorary 1 founder-chairman" of
th firm.. vr .
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Czech Prbsbr l!uns
Attested By Reds
On Spying ;th:rges i
VIENNA, June 27 (UP) Com

munist Czechoslovakian newspsp
ers reported today that fseveral"
Czech Priests and -'nuns of the
Roman Catholic Saleslan order
had been .arrested on charges of
The, official Communist organ
Rude Pravo of Prague said the
alleeed soy rine was controlled by
a German based U.S. espionage
organization that operated through
Higfi Vatican sources said the
Red charges, are ''totally unfound
ed calumnies intended to increase
pressure on local Catholics in, the
Communist nation,")
The) Communist newspaper said
the American instructions were
relayed by the, Vatican y through
soman Catholic sources in Prague
it said the Salesian center m lu
rm; Jtaly ;was involved,,;,
Rude Pravo said the. Salesian
center in Turin, 'Italy,- was uvolv
ed. t 4 v? '."''',-L 5
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Rude Pravd said nuns at a con
vent run by the Order in the Mora
vian village of Liptal took ; funds
provided by the State for mental mental-IX
IX mental-IX retarded j children and used
them to help" subversive persons
escape:..;. t ;
tit said the. Rev Vaclav Fillpec,
head of the Salesian's order ; in
Chechoslovakia; was arrested in
a convent in February this year
while trying to flee abroad.
. It said the priests would appear
in court shortly accompanied; by
some of the nuns of the order in including
cluding including Mother Superior. Ruzena
Minarikova of the Liptal convent.
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a shower of pot holders and doesa't mind this kind of

stormy weather. She's a resident of Moose Child city,
at Mooseheart, 111. The. pot holders were given to ;
children by fraternity's auxiliary in North -America;"

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victory over infantile paralysis,' opens a "This Js Polio" exhibit a$ the Chicago .y
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the kimono, according to her press agent, and she's go-

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AMERICA'S nuclear-powered submarineWoutilus, recently completed aa east i; i ;.
to-west coast underwater jaunt that demonstrated, her potentialities as a ;; 'ti t"..;,;
fighting weapon in the Navy's arsenal. The Nautilu$ traveled from the east coast I'v i f -'
through the Panama canal. From the canal, the. 300-foot,, 3,000-ton warship made- i 1 i
u a record underwater run of 3,049 miles to San Diego.. Capt. Eugene Wilkinson says t v u v
' the craft travels faster urider water than on top "because it's smoother-down ' j ;
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: THURSDAY, JUNE VI, 1957 ;

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s chestra leader Johnny Long, was
overcome by smoke when a small

.fire broke out in ms notei room

' "Apparently I dropped, off to

jf sleep while smoKing a cigarette,
Long said. "I woke up and found

the bed on fire lana the room lin

ed witli smoke."' '
' A member of 'the' orchestra
s. fAiinft Tntf? :iininnspinu -nil his

bed and put out the lire. The band

Meader appeared later in tne oay
before city court Judge ; James
Webb, who advised him to "be

more' careful" and dismissed a

" charge of violating a firet ordj ordj-t
t ordj-t nance., -'' ' T'
-':: Tjintf v,Arhctr r. nn A tour.

, played at art'Atlanta elub "ftednes-

day night. v-;. j-
Pup Saves Feniily
: Ouf Df 2S Traoped ;
In Filing llonie
,J MAbERA,' Calif.', june.27 (UP)
, His name was 'Rover and he
was only four months old, but ilr.
. and Mrs. Tyree White and their
' seven children, owe their lives to
, him. '---,"'!
i At 3:30 a.m. Tuesday the Whites
awoke to find their puppy, half
, Doberman and half German shep shep-'
' shep-' heard, barking furiously and pull-
jng at the covers. They shooed
him awav. But Rover nersisted in

oarKin8, ,,,,.,;;
, -Then the Whites smelled smoke
Thpv rpaliprf the house wan afire

" When they began to stir, Rover

room, barking all the while to
" wake them up. He tugged at their
bedclothes, too.
-' Once in the street, they : heard
Rover still barking inside.
But there was a note of terror
in his bark. A beam had fallen a a-cross
cross a-cross the doorway, trapping him.
Soon, Rover stopped barking.
' Later, they found his body, inside
- the ruined house.

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SSStSSffciSS. Jy Per Canaf Governor Glenn E. Edgerton, for the winning M an Award ol Honor by the Ma

.!!, nnrpaii frnn the National gaiety UOUnci. Al uie i m jlik. wt. ".swi-' ST i.
ernor 'I SpXrTh! s ceremony was held on the steps of the Terminal fidMlng in Balboa .nd was .attended-by the
- .' .-ii Ik. tlorliui Ttnrpfl.ll J i I'uA.vv.-rr.,- .::.; s -.i-. V''-1 1 ; ;.-.

saiety representaityea. vi mo ; i

Red Skelton's Son
Placed, JnHospitcil
BOSTON.'Jiine 26 (UP-The -'
" year-old son' of television and film
omedian Red Skelton 1 entered
: Children'! Hospital here yester yester-;
; yester-; i day.' The Youngster is suffering
- from leukemia.
, The comedian disclosed the plat platting
ting platting of hii- son in the famed chil-
i dren'a medical center while at
Plymouth i where he was among
. severr jd -visitors to : the
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Sinking Chair
Puts Judge t
Below Eye Level
DETROIT, June 27 (UP)- The
job of Probate Judge Ernest C.
Riwhm ; should be Uttle softer In

the future. '. 'j'

-Boehm said he's nnauy goins w
get ri,d of the 20-year-old -broken
rh air from whicn at

dispenses justice each day.

is'Tne'' cnair, say owum,
nnrn nut nn the bottom and so

i,., h attnmvi can't see me

behind the bench," Besides, I get

stiff whenever I sit in it tor any
length of time." :
It was used by Judges Patrick
u n'Rrian ml F.Hward Command

before Boehm inherited it when he

took office this year,
The Wayne County auditor lis lis-tonoH.
tonoH. lis-tonoH. tn Roehm'i storv ; and au

thorised 'him i newchair..,', j

He should get a gooa one, xoo.
He can pend up to $150 on it.

Senate Group Gives
Note To Peterson :
As Denniark Enyoy

fr noil iii vi I uii vuii i v-A'i .
i h r : TTfirBicn Rr.liii.'.nna; Peterson to be k.iiiiMsaaor o

Committee today approved FresVDenmarJt.

Georgia Policeman
Arrested As AVOL
From Army In 1956
' w nvKKTNd .'Ha.. June 27 A

lwestr Point; Ga., police officer i-

dentified as Jiviiiiam ape,
29, has been arrested and accused
of being AWOL from the Army
since 1956, the FBI reported to-

day,
nm.. VtT oiM Cnara wai Af

rested this wek by an agent in
LaGrange, Ga., and has been con-,
fined at Ft. Benning pending fur further
ther further actio.

wpit Point -Police Chief Claude

Smith called Spears "one of the
best officers on our force," and
said he had been with the depart

ment about a year... .,

finara vnnveA here from Ala

bama in 1951," the chief said. "He

has been a very gooa citizen, ia
ing an active part in church work
ni nniv, last week hm, tiueht a

Sunday School class here." ...

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TIVOLI GUEST HOUSE TRANSFORMED FOR PARTY
, GVEN BY GOV. AND MRS. POTTER FOR SCHTJLLS
1 Quests at the rala leceptlon !Ten by Governor and. Mrs.

? William E. Potter in honor of lit. Governor and Mrs. Herman W.
. Scbull last night were amazed at the transformation which had

f, Averts fce A the Tivoli Guest House, where the party was new.
i In the foyer, a cascade of yellow and orange helicon! form,
f ed a background for a playing fountain, which fell, into an arti arti-f
f arti-f ficial pool complete with lily pads ,and the ballroom was dec
grated with all varieties of tropical foliage and flowers.
. i4t...tiiMmfai lariira ind; their escorts filled the old

-.building with laughter, and gay music provided an appropriate

i almosnhere. making the despedida for the M. oovernor ana ns

!f wife a night to be remembered.
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'Honored With Reception
U Colonel and Mrs. Noel M Cox

1 Were t honored with a reception

The reception followed the fare

well review for Colonel Cox. U.S.

' Arm v Caribbean G-l. who leaves

!frWrk iti Heartouarters. United the command early in July for

f iiAiiaaiitnwiAnt ITitvaimmrkne

ft me r on. Ameiuur uurcw 0 vpcu
tllfftsa at 11 a.m. Monday by the

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reassignment to Fitzsimmons Ar-

mv Hoswtal in Denver, coioraao,

following which he is schhduled

ior retirement.

Mrs. Cox greeted guests on the
terrace of the club in a sheath
dress of white linen with w h i c h

she wore black accessories, jtu
Following his retirement,' tenta tentatively
tively tentatively set for July 31, Colonel and
Mrs. Cox will make their home at

1700 Aliso Drive, N. E. Alboquer-i

que, New Mexico.

COMMERCIAL SCHOOL
"RAMON M. VALDES"
5th Street, No. 7-25. f
Facing the Cathedral Church
Matriculation began as of June 12th $5.00
Administrative Directors: RUBEN D. RODRIGUEZ
and OLGA PUUCHE

COURSES DAY AND NIGHT

Commercial course

Secretarial
Office Assistant
Stenography

Filing

English

Typewriting
Shorthand
Auditing

Operation of Machine

Thla means will be used to announce the

commencement of Classes.

Katie Reid Returns'
From Stateside Holiday;
Niece l House Cuett
Mrs. William W. Reid of Diablo

Heights returned this week from

a two-month vacation in the U

nited States spent in Washington,

D.C., i Maryland, s Massachusetts

and Rhode Island.

House guest of Mrs. Reid and

her husband, Capt. W. W. Reid,

is Miss Nancy Conneely of Laurel,
Md.f who will visit on the Isthmus

xor aboiit three weeks.

Miss Conneely, a former' student
of Balboa High School, is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
J. Conneely, well known residents

ol the tanal Zone lor approximate

ly 20 years. The Conneely s now

make their home in Maryland. ;:
Thompsen-Fostar
Wedding

At Albreok

Miss Wilms Louise Foster.

daughter of Mrs. Myrtle Foster
of bparta, Tennessee and the late
Cecil Foster, became the bride of
Mr. Kenneth A. Thompson Jr. son

of Kenneth A. Thompson of Ancon

and the late. Mrs. Thompson at

the Albrook Chapel, Saturday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. :

Chaplain Sink officiated at the

ceremony. ;

The bride, who was given away

Dy Dr. f ranK Kaymond, wore
bouquet of white gardenias.

Miss wadys vehue was the

maid of honor and- only attendant,

Friends Of the bride Misses

iBrickey Journey and Kay Sigl dec-

prated the church (Qr the occasion.
The bridegroom's father Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth A. Thompson, Sr. acted as
best man. ''..?, t; .'..!! '
A reception followed at the Fern
Room of the Tivoli Guest House.
. The -bride is an employe of the

Ft. Clayton Central Exchange, and
the groom is with the Signal Corps
at Corozal.

The couple left for their honey

moon in Costa Rica. The bride

wore a lilac linen sheath and dus

ter ior the trip.

They will return this week to

make their home in Curundu. i

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For r.lccls Atfcinp'

- By CAYNOR MAJDOX
NKA Feed and f.Urkots Editor

tach aMice far inclusion In thh
celume shuld tubreitttd m
ypa-writt. f.,m and mailed
.. ""er lifted daily in
eul and Otherwi..." d.livar.d
fcsid te the atfie.. Nrtiees
"tint cann he accepted r

flour' and Orehief Chapter

iW Bin wh Meets

Here are suggestions for nutrl-, Melt butter: stir in

tious, drudgery-free meals at your seasonings: add milk.

summer couage or campsite. ,hot water until thickened, stirring Temerrew Niah

HvailffSl( M'milt -lllln f1An tVartllAntltr A MM lm-.A J A I m, -' 'J ji-''

fruit, ready'-to-eat cereal.l toast or Ifish; continue cooking until cheese CbaDtarOrdeihL i?f 0rShi(l
rolls, butter or margarine, milk, lis melted and fish is heated. Serve wUl be teld LmwL1?81
coffee, tea. t , Ijmmediately over heated -oven- tal&BteuffH'

Betwuen-Meal Snacks: Presweet

ened cereals with milk. Use paper

cereal bowls to banish cleanup.

Tuna Rabbit on Oven-Toasted
Rice Cereal ( servings)

Two tablespoons butter or mar-

gonne, V cup flour,, V teaspoon
dry mustard, Vi teaspoon salt, V

teaspoon pepper, 1 teaspoon Wor

cestershire sauce. 2 cups milk.

whole, evaporated, or nonfat; 2

cups (8 ounces) sharp American

cheese, grated: 1 (7-ounce) can

tuna lish, flaked; IV cups rice

cereal or corn soya shreds.

loasiea rice cereal or corn soya A dinner i ilT- 'j 1
shreds. (If no oven is available Lm er wlJ1 be ,erved :Ul

heat cereal In heavy fry pan over The officers of trn iAt Au
very tow heat, stirring constantly), ter NoVZVZ?.2f'LCb!!:

u uesueu, tuna raDUii, may be evening ,nA ...:it we t
served in individual casserolei ton! Sf. "I,1" mpluy the i- I

niMi with ht.rf .n.t..i.j l?."r.'" """"t Au.memberi.r. :

DINNER! Tuna rabbit on oven- Aid iZ.:'"

toasted rice cereal, tossed salad, All memW. nf t f
French dressing, enriched bread hi M .the Pro Mu- I

with butter or margarine, vanilla tenA ?Ae.?SK1 0 t-

pudding with fresh fruit sauce, oat- Building n. SM

meat nut cookies, couee, tea, milk, night. -io-

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MR. AND MRS. KENNETH A. THOMPSON JR. shown leaving
tjie Albrook Chapel after' their wedding on Saturday. The
bride la the former Miaa Wiima, Louise Poster of Curundu,' i

Gardening's Not Hobby ,, Rks D:.i: SIr
For Relaxing Any More Cfcrcfcj 'Ansabh- v

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Farewell For Wives
Of Arkansas Mission ;
A despedida tea was given yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon in the Fern Room

of the Hotel Tivoli by Point Four
Wives. .w,- -v -i fi
Guests of honor were a sroun

Ol wives who are leaving the Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, -some of whom- have been

here for a number of years. They

are Mrs. wait on sellers of SICAP
Point Four and t Mesdames

Coomes, Tolery Knowland, Nolan

and McLendon of the Arkansas

Mission'-whichria, beinit abandon-

earn ftumi.' .j

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Frozen meat pies
In Individual aervlngal
Filled with tender meat
Extra flaky crust
So easy to prepare

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this eejy-to-prrpare, appetizuf treat attain and again!

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chat chitchat about anything that con concerns
cerns concerns your husband's Job,, think
first whether or not he would

like to have you mention the
matter. v ,"' v k

That'r not only jood manners

ir also (ood business

Assault Suspect
Hangs Himself
Onf Brooklyn Tree
NEW YORK,' June 2T (UP) -1A
man charted with assaulting a
woman hanged himself on a
Brooklyn tree branch veaterdav

with a noose made of five handker handkerchiefs
chiefs handkerchiefs tied together, police report reported.
ed. reported. -V t-f'i n

Police salcL Pietr Lacuzzo. s

had to grab' his ankles and hold
his legs off the ground is order to
choke to death. There were J no

notes, but police said Lacuzzo
was free on bail on the asasult

The suicide tree was' only a few

feet from a busy parkway but it

view byi a

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The care and feedintf of lawns

ahd shrubs has become more com

plex and more trouble than the

care and feeding of a family. I

mean it.. Pound for pound and item

for item the suburban homemaker
probably has more toojs and equip equipment,
ment, equipment, more plant food and bug

killers in the earage than food and

cooking equipment In the kitchen.
There are snrinklers that walk.

sprinklers that twirl, sprinklers
that shoot and square .. sprinklers

There are fertilizers that' five

the lawn a deep turf, and chemi

cals that make it a deep green.
. There are weed killers, bug kill

ers ior every type of ravenous in insect,
sect, insect, and plant food for every kind

oi mant. ;, ; ;. v ... .:
There's a' cower mower.' an elee.

trie edger. electric pruning shears.

and tools of every' size, shape; and
description each for a particular

JOB. TS'

When the homeowner isn't fee
ing or dusting.the roses, be i baby babying
ing babying the gardenias, ,i U x.
NOT RELAXING ri':t-

Why people are constantly beinc

urged to take up flower growing

as a relaxing nobby, l can't figure

out. A challenging hobby yes,

Sometimes in between r feedings

and sprayings ; and weedingr

maybe even a koui-satisfying hob hob-byBut
byBut hob-byBut not 'Sn asy,T relaxing hob-

Dy not in this scientific age,
I don't think it was always thus.
As a child.; we always had a green
lawn and flowers in abundace. Yet
I can't remember that my mother
spent her days feeding and spray spraying
ing spraying lsjrts.ti":1-My. p ;

was 'arrested' thr.. ttl.ti ,1

""- u eacn, ia., for harasin
If I, remember -correctly, she John Jacob Astor III has filed
put them in the ground and let 'em $7,00Q, damage suit, jiealnat thl
grow. If the bugs took a few and a portly socialite in uT-D(i.-...:

few curled up and died from lack County Supreme Court V
of the proper vitamins, there were Mrs, Lucille SUolich Cani

25, filed suit yesterday for S250.'
000 far "hnmili.tin .J i7?K.:

Sometimes I'm tempted to throw suffered lt .T..n. tmmn 1L.

away the equipment and try lust allefferf ..! kJ 'a;

letting Hhings grow Maybe: then Christinas,; $100 on if or breach of
gardening would be a relaxmg hob- contract, and $7,000 in iick vy
"f-V .;'V';'1j! 5v"-E:-r"-.f .. .' ':' 'Mrs Canassn ilr .t- .'

vu u w hw-w iy cuiji-i-comoanion and iwi.i u....

owwm uugLua

aiu vi uio imvuitm nuu uciyou uiciu- AtOr faiUft frt fulfill mA
selves to her tender young veget- 3? whereb?an.?l-fl)K"

work for him for 60 additional days.

Pakistan Premierl
Pay Of ficial SS
DCiVisjt;
' WASHINGTON June 17 fUPV-

The White House announces yes

terday that Prime Minister- Hus-

kistan will pay 'a 10-day official "used an angry m of assauft.
visit to this country beginning 3v "Bl.?,ttry ? kep win ear.
Jf -u,-"T- a o7.': ,H Ta emU, largest living bird

-"' ..i,.1-'" 'M'Jj'V ;i.'' J' vr u wuici ,wuca H TO-
' Suhrawardy.makintt the trio 'at !?mW"- ttaeked V -tar- which

President Eisenhower's invitation, "T. wa l7 eom
will spend three days here conferl P"ion ww' nving, Mrs. Browa

ring- with the President, Seere tary -i. 'i;

or state John Foster Dulles and v.?" "1U ?.ut a

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DABWIN. Australia. June !T

(UP) Mrs. Toby Brown, today

other government officials.

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v by preventing

. .cavitiei.
from forming I

See your dentist regularly an! esk him ebeet
NewSUPERAMI-I-DENT.
; with Magical FLUORIDE ?

oout seven feet tall, dented the

fenders and roof and left one door
so badly bent it cannot be epen-

"He tried to smash the windows

ant I had to accelerate t aa

I miles an hour to escape," Mrs.
iBrown said ,

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To Meet Toriiqht

At Colon Assembly

i uoion chauffeurs Union will
hold a general assembly tonight
at 7 to be held at the rnti-.l cl.

brera (former Chinese Hall) on
hBoliyar Ave. between lh and Sth

sts. Members who fail to attend
the meeting, will be fined.',.: .?
Among the items on the agenda
are: Legal recognition of the u
nion; the me of taxis by tourists
agents: reduction of rental on bus
es and chlvas; "minimum, salary
for chauffeurs; regulation of bus
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Retirement Party
Honors Mr. Beck ; -
A gathering'! friends and as associates
sociates associates tetea Mr. Ai EarK JJeck,
Superintendent of Terminals Divi Division,
sion, Division, at retirement party at the
Hotel Washington Tuesday evening.
Th hnnnrPA retired from- the' Pa

nama Canal Company after thirty--

five years 01 uovernmem service.
Mr. B. I. Everson presented Mr.
Beck with a beautiful gold Omega
Constellation wrist watch. Mrs.
Beck was the recipient of an or orchid
chid orchid corsage and a pair ofmos ofmos-queia
queia ofmos-queia earrings.
Mr v R fi'Rrien Jr.. toast-

master, presented Mr. B. Simons,
British Consul," Mr. John D. Hol Hol-len,
len, Hol-len, Chiet Executive Planning Stafi
and Mr.' Robert Weise, Jr., Unit United
ed United States Consul, ;who tendered
their farewells and good wishes
on be half of all 'Mr. Beck I

friends.

Iter wide.

it t f t, 4
"OontittutJ

-nkn Mf i". IuIIa" Solas Mr.

ldillJUCii,
M. Castillo, Mr. Joseph Harring

ton, Mr. Kicnaru n. crown, jui :
Clarence Browne, Mr. John D.
i ,n,., M tltnro .InnpK Till.

ner,. Mr. VW. R. Byrd, Mr.- H.-M.

Witt, Mr. J j. nearuon, air.- i
L. Kaufer, Mr.' George Benedei,

Mr H. Ducruet, ? Mi-,t K. von

Tress, Mr. J, B. Clemmons,. Mr.

Roger Adams, Mr; J. semy, iur.
Whitman, Mr.: George Smith, Mr.
P .. T.lnvil Cant R Vvllite. CflDt. K.

! Lloyd, Capt. R.' White, Capt. ; P.

Tnomson, nr.; k. jh.. whuikiu,
Mr. Robert Mr.: Dennis, Mr. Reh Reh-bock
bock Reh-bock and Mr. G- Trapperhaus. t
Navy Wives -',''
Will Play !. ;l-
Bingo Monday
Ttio Maw wives will nlav bin-

go at their monthly social, Mon

day, JUiy 1 fit I.AV. ine games

will be neia in me vonimumij

in

- ,lvCrr f'Z Sn and irMT" invit.

.-, tU.

nH t iir in far An (VMin( ; tit

fun, served with refreshments. An

assortment ot nice gms are iu u u-had
had u-had for every Jucky winner, v .,
Edwards-Millers -Wedding
Scheduled r" (
For Saturday ' "J-"'
Mr and Mrs Pptlr, S. ProhaCK

ot Balboa,? announce the marriage

or their-oaugnter, miss uarrie
Miller,, to Mr, William P. Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, oit of Mr.. and Mrs. Ralph
T. Edwards, also of Balboa, Both
the 'bride-elect' and her fiance are
graduates of Balboa High School
anri Mr. Edwards ia. attending Ok-

emS, mr. ;oua. i i o. -'

,c,m.i n Puller Cant and Mrs. wnoma state umversujr. .-
i'iMrS' Mrs p"l- The weddta willtake place at

lie Gibson, furnished music for. the

occasion.
- Those attending were: Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Noonan, Mr. and
Mrs. Anthony F. Raymond, Mr.
and Mrs. yh. 1 Rhodes; (Mr.- and
Mrs. X rf. Gesink, Capt. and Mrs.
A. J.'MacLean,. Mr.; and Mrs. A.
Tagaropulos? Mr.? and iMrs. i R.
Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Frank W.
Scott, i Mr,; and Mrs., W U I i am
, WiUumsen, Mr, and Mrs. R. Daug Daug-herty,
herty, Daug-herty, Mr; and Mrs; Gil Morland,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Heyd, Mr. and
Mrs. L. '' Lyons, Mr. and Mrs.
John Morris, Mr. 'and Mrs Wil-

.liam Middlemas, Mr. ana mr a.

..rtf.snAiu nr and Mrs 7 Ze

rega, Mr. and Mrs L, Sanfillipo,
Mr. and Mrs. Brunford, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Jongbloed, Mr. and
Mrs. T. J.4 Butler j Jr., and Mrs.

St., Mary't Hall on Saturday, June
q m four nVlnr-lt Nn invitations

have been $ent for the wedding or

for the reception inaiv ww iouow
in the Fern Room of the Tivoli

- ,., r.nMt Unnsaa: hilt ail tnpnnS OI

LmBbwefc tovited
liam Bowen, capi. ana Mrs. nec .rtrtina nrt the recen-

irw ijrant. Mr. ana Mrs. m. Jaas,,-y -- -- ---r-

Mr., and Mrs. R. Jones, Mr. and

v Mrs. T.f H. Zuideman, Mr." and
i Mr. Irtk Langman,(Mr. and
Mn Richard Conover, Mr.; and
- Mrs. O. I. Everson, Mr. and Mrs.
E, Br -O'Brien,' Mr.; and Mrs. N.
:Wilson, .Mr: and Mrs. J. L, Long,
-Mr. and Mrs. Frank Canavaggio,
Mr, and Mrs. f J. i A. Brooks, r Mr.
and Mrs. 0. tA.! Dietz, Mr. and
JIts. D, A. Waddell, Mr and Mrs.
George Marceau, Mr, and Mrs.
W. R. Graham, Mr. and Mrs, Par-
- ker Hanna. Mr:, and Mr i. G.
Fruth, Mr. and Mrs.. F, J. Wai-mor-
Mr. and Mrs, N. Demersi Mr.
and Mrs. J. Dorsey, Mr., and Mrs.
, J. Leach, Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Cotton,- Mr. and Mri, J. 1 Hall, -TI?.
and Mrs C. Jones, Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Smitjison, 1 JHf, and Mrs.
E. fJ Stokes Mr. and Mrs j.E.
Benson, Mr, and Mrs. W. G. Lau Lau-v
v Lau-v rie, Mr. and Mrs. W. JDockery,
Mr. and Mr. W. Crawford,
' Mr. and' Mrs.C. E. Ewing,, Mr.
'and Mrs.;R. t. Waney. Mr. and
Mrs. G, Thompson, Mr,;ndMrs.
R H.,xioy(f,Mr. and Mrs. Ji.
J'erkinsK Mr. "and Mrs. W.o r d en
' French Mr. and Mrs. R; Williams,
Capt. and Mrs, W, Dolanfc Mr, and
'Mrs. H. E. May,, Judge and Mrs.
' E. I. P. Tatelman, Mr., and Mrs.
W." Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. .Wil .Wil-'liam
'liam .Wil-'liam Grady, Mrv hd Mrs.'O, Jor--stad,
'Mr. and Mrs.A E'sterioc
Mr. and Mrs: H, Donovan, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank X. Siemetz, Capt. and
-Mrs. Hutchingson, Mr:- and Mrs.
f Pnndimuai Mr.' and Mrs. S.fE.

Chichester. 'Capt. and Mrs Car

eer Houston, Mr. and "Mri.-'E.
Doolan, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cor Cor-rigan,
rigan, Cor-rigan, Capt. and Mrs. C. S.T6wns S.T6wns-hend,
hend, S.T6wns-hend, Miss Mary Ella Quiros, Mrs.
Robin Comer, Mrs. Virginia Rob-
trts, Mrs. Elsie Skillman, Mn. F.
L. Scott, Mrs. T. J. Butler, Sr.,
" lira. Rosemary Reardon, Mrs. Mi-

v riam McDade. Mrs. Lou mcu-

'taine,' Mrs. H. Leignadier,, Capt.
C. -G, Didrickson; Mr.' B. Si m-
mons. Mn 'H. 3." Henriquei, Mr.

V. W. Reese, Mr. James Dorow,

Mr. 1 Robert Weise, Jr., Mr,

tion

A,

Bridal Shower
A Clrimkn r!lnk j

Miss Emlua uarcia; oi uoion,
n.Knca m arria OB tA J FellD de

iRev will be solemnized in the

"--- j. i

nnn fill 11- WflA TI1R 1711 RSI OI IlfJll

or at a crystal shower given last
c,,... n.i tha StranPers Club. The

uuuuaj u w..v w.- --

following "Pfiier Girls" were host

esses: Mrs. Teresa. Garcia, Mrs.
(Beatriz Kani, Mrs.. CeUa Dick,

Mrs. vageia vouuragu, io.
SoUas, Mrs. Angela Quiroz, Mrs.
Carmen-Natera,-. Miss Herminia
Kam, Mis Catalina Lopez,- Miss
dlnno Miss Dalia K. Raoule.

Miss Bartota Solis, Miss Geraldine

lull and miss aieonora uroizaru.

Invited guests included: m o s s-Hamas
Hamas s-Hamas niiva Harrii. Gladys Har

rington, Ann Gegg, Yolanda Mc-

mrA r.fffifili -AlHArnia. Kflnnuia

Tatgi, Alba Mouynes,,Blanca, An Anchor,
chor, Anchor, Ida Chadwick,- Rosita Bever:

.houdt, Maruja ,rianiy, Mana.vaue

ouel Castillo. Carmen Arcau Irene

wnrnffn. Sofia Costaraneos,

Vilma i Jaen, Carmen Rips, Elva

Mendez. Adeia uarcia ana ii

MUso Asrinina Menendez. Alicia

Menenaezi .CWU- juenenuez,
ly Menendez. Yolanda. Beverhoudt,

Teresa Brian, Anne .jinonor, vw
men Calonger Gaby. Mendez, Ma-
nilii Tacrarnnlllos. .Maria TaiarO-

pulos. HelwJagaropijlos, May Ta-

garopulOS, JU"-J juuihm, r :
riihmha I.iuiue. Carmen

......... vr. .--

iiaiazar, .csieia ,nm, lui;i uw,
Goldie Hatgl, Raquel, Umm, Ma Ma-nela
nela Ma-nela Quiros, iBarbara Gegg, Irma

VlliaioDos, uiaayi rescoa, vuuuu

Martinez. Aucia no. lima on

n,and trna vope..

Two Gfcnl Qcc!:cl$

Rc:r To S;:v;:rd :

Oil Ccpo Ccr.zvcrcl

rAPK CANAVEitAL. Fla. June

J7 tUt i wo fciiwi ruciets Weie
muutueu utMii 'wjb ue inuaue
tea., ceaiw uc ycaveruay -witn-oi
4 aeveiwiour Vei0u- i

Tne ursi roare ou ai v.iv
auu ta aetouu aooai, 1-p.m.
- r.iu. rarur tl ill a that

WIS' ., aw,'.. 7-

tne ceuter nasput two large mis

sues in uie au' succuwu
ant same oay. r
j ... missile DOSSlUly

the jupuer tuierroediaw r a4
class, although tne Ait Foiee
dion't say w Uxtd wth a noise

mat ai. eaai aytwiwuiateu

Atlas, the uiter-conunemaivt

sile. T "-!', Sx .. ; f,
Some bervrt said. th
though the sound wa roater
than that of the- Atlas, w h I c h
.wnii.H ahartlv afttr takes

off tw owookt ago because
mechanical dafoet.' '

so appeared no be suecessful, ob observers
servers observers reported: The big rocket
a I -L.a. sVia. a HAIffhr AT

rumoiea siraigui uv
about 15,000 feet then fnosed over
in an easterly direction, out over

the Atlantic Ocean. '

Officials in' charge pi ine mis missile
sile missile program ; at nearby1 Patrick
ai Vnrrr Rase declined tP CPm-

ment on either firmg except,; to

acknowledge that two missues nao
been launched. Mxt-lTA'
i. thru i miles from

the scene said Irpiw the: sound

the second missile,, appeared w

be the largest ever launeneu
the remote pap pn thfy'FlorWa
East .Coasts f-,

' "It rumbled for-two to inree
ami onn- ronlrt feel the

j ....11 aa hoar it reoort-

.a niv Rate, news director ui

Melbourne radio stauon-wjumo.

, it wont vp awfC awful fatt,';

i 4h. ml.ciia heaAea eastward.

na
nn nntefl it drODDad a Dig

nod. either rVbooster'f ram jet.

or first-stage ,rocketr ,ihtO' the tv;

cean. It left behind a Dig ciouu
of smoke and watcher could see

a long vapor watt overrule Atian
tic: v :Vf' '!vv

Rnthv missiles Bred today ap

peared to tauso mora fury. f than
fk. Mi.n Atlas' the wnrld'l first

UIC fttaiii. -,

inter-cononemai ; oamauc mmu.

104YearsYoung

Mi PITT? Ttalv Jnna 27 fUPV

vinnansn TMsnnn ws arrested Mon

day for threatening -tc man-trying

to flirt with wappo s a-year toia
mistres in oar. flappo is. 104

years old.

"1 J'l'Tf

Ike Sees Danger Wage-Price
Spiral May Spur -Inflation

WASHINOTON. June 27 fUPV

President- Eisenhower ruled out
wage-price controls yesterday ; as
a weapon against inflation.

He said thev would make Com

munist boss Nikita Khrushchev
lnnlr lilra- a nrinhat -when ha nre.

dieted Socialism in this country.
! The President conceded at his

Ijiews conference that -there is

danger to the economy in the
wage-price spiral But he repeat repeated
ed repeated his belief that it is mainly up
to private business and labor and
not the government to keep infla inflation
tion inflation in check.

If the nation must resort- to
peacetime controls, he said, "then
we are abandoning the system
that has maris, us sr. at 'Anil hv

which we have lived, and in which

we oeueve.

17 Ycng Tcxchs

Dei: KsxIVcck

On LeEnTour

jBavantaan hieh srhnnl twivs. self.

stvled Texas Junior Ambassadors.

are making good will our of

Liaua AuieiicA, leavuis uraiiuu
Sunday by Pan American World
Airways. " ; 'i
The tour, sponsored by the East
Tarn flhimhsr nf Cnmmeree i

designed to acquaint the v Junior
and senior students with the chal challenging
lenging challenging and ever-changing Latin

American aceae. -. -'-.:'-,--
In-each' country the boys will
visit places of interest and meet
with local h government officials

and U. S. ambassadors. A similar
trip wai made three years ago.
From Houston the group will fly
by Clipper to Mexico, City, San
Salvador and Panama, continuing
to Quito, Ecuador; Lima, Peru;
Santiago de Chile; Buenos .Aires,
Argentina; Montevideo,' Uruguay;

Sao Pauio ana mo, jsrazu; Cara Caracas,
cas, Caracas, Venezuela,' and Guatemala Ci-

They are due in rinimi irom
July 2 to 4

stnrivinff and Daintine in the States

during the past montns,
Mrs Rent Is: rnndnrtinff' class

es at the, Y.M.CA. every Monday

au 7 p m. ana xnursaay ai,.m
Registrations are bow beipg v re
ceived at th "Y" '---;

RaWw Rant :

fixhibit Ooona f
Mrs. Betty Bentx,' art liisiructor
.t the Y.alhna YMCA-USO. W i 1 1

have several of her most recent
naintlnvs nn erhihitinn In the "Y"

llobbv besinnini today. These are

A. oils which aho; completed k while

I'1 ISii: THI ONI AND ON IY

: ;, ' '" 'aiBaBs,aaBaa
a1- t.-i:

borm-M

gluing lootniirusn

r
tl

ali""'...

. o keochetrcftJ Surgically Sterikf
Made to stay Actbnly Artti-rptic

for up to 4 month ia uaet
Inhibiu'or deatroy ALL type
of germs that fall on or hold to kl
. si a

An ettmt u oni oytien ywu can i.
a"T ta he antbout I Get DTW Dr. WtX'l

for twy metober of ywir family.

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daily flights;

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ntOW PAMABta

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(MM aaal Baa w Mil asm
IWM Jsanlta .
Csansa f aa Trrrsi
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WWs.Tal t-M

He said this would "help make.sa responsibility from the f State

come true a prediction we heard to tne justice uepanmem." 1
a few weeks ago from a man who Defended the Supreme Court,

I am not going to be a party to Congress tor its recent decisions
it : J j r luDholdinff individual riehts in con-

am. : a J A b 1. aa J

T.-l LnL...i. AKarlinilnn 4iin.n an If Via AAiif4 ('nn m thai tfrait stflhfl

I American television interview that uing imluencea in

tne uniiet- oiaies eveniuauy wuiuu iuui baiu eacu ui ui uaa iij
i. cA;.i;.f.. .wai.ni ., lirvA.i j t i. n h 1 a . linHerBtanriino"

to tempt and other cases. He called

a a lr e ri whether "drastic

straints" might be necessary

view of the government report ly reasonable and moderate." He
vastarHav that livinff rosts had I said it was desianed f' to ; ibrins

risen to a new high for the ninth (about better understanding and

adopt a Socialistic system

great 1 to u b 1 e understanding"

He made the statement ; when some of its decisions

re- Repeated his assertion that his

in civil rights program -is eminent,-

ct.aiaht mnnth

What is needed, Eisenhower

cail ia "statesmanlike action

both by business and labor" along

with sound ana sane poucies oy
the government. '
He said businessmen should
raise prices only when it is ab absolutely
solutely absolutely necessary to continue ex expansion
pansion expansion programs.. Labor leaders,
he said, should- restrict their de demands
mands demands for wage, increases to cor correspond
respond correspond with increased productivi productivity
ty productivity or to casea of "demonstrable
injusUces.' ;-.i-:'i?;?i;'J'';-V;'-! "-:-

Un otner topics, ine rresiacni:
nnier4 rannrti nnhlished -, in

Tiuiiinn that he his anv nlans now

tA asV rnnurm to relax the ban

on supplying nuclear weapons -to
.. . .. ... j

isncain. ne saia i naveai arawa
up any recommendations" ,to Con Congress
gress Congress and was proceeding in dis

armament mauers a aiey ai
time.'.-'1 v
I Oimted scientists as saying

they could produce "an absolutely

clean oomD" u nuciear lesung

continuea anomer iour or uvo

ready are producing bombs with

s per ceni jev raaioacuve uu uu-out
out uu-out "than was the c a s e in or
Lw.n riirtv hnmha." He

said he hoped Russia also would

develop a "clean Domo Decauae
it could then be used on military

targets Wlinout uncomrouea ue
structwn."

.wSaid ther security study uim

mission seems to have made a
"earafiil annrnaeh" tn overhauling

oresent 'security regulations. He

. . . :.t .1

OlQ not Agree, nowever, wun uie

recommendation to transier vi

not to persecute anybody.';

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NIWI A tntailanf r
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f aaa1, small a4, tastse
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! NEW YORK, June 27 (UP) The team that
eventually comes out on top in the choatie National
league struggle probably will go into the World
Series with the lowest pennant-winning victory total
jr major league history.

A" mere 10 percentage points
the first four ClUDS tO
d.v wirh the St Louis Cardinals
. n...ntainincr fnur Doint lead ov-
r the second place Cincinnati
uoriwa nttr both were beaten
last night The Cardinals' current
.571 percentage would be the low-
esU ever for pennant winner
the- previous "lows Demg uie i i-2,
2, i-2, Cardinals' .578 (89 wins) and
a "tat 1945, Detroit Tigers' .575 (88
. 'Vktories.
tTiie' race tightened up to ai al almost
most almost incredible degree last mght
when the hiladelpn.a thunes wal walloped
loped walloped the Cardinals, 11-3, the New
Giahts cloooured the Rec Rec-legs,
legs, Rec-legs, 1T-7, and the Milwaukee
fcaVes druboed the orooklyn Dod
- gers, 13-9. The Pittsburgh Pirates
touted the Chicago Cubs, 15-5, be before
fore before the teams played an 11 in innings,
nings, innings, 5-5 tie halted by darkness
in, tne otner xauonai
games.
' The Chicago White Sox retained
their hall game margin "in the
"runaway" American League race
outlasted tne tfoston
Sed Sox, 7-5, and the second-place
Knew York Yankees beat the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians, 3-1. The Baltimore
Orioles defeated the Kansas City
Athletics, 1-0, and the fourth place
Detroit Tigers downed the wasn
. iAMnn Spnatnrs. 4-1.
. Sh Phillies unleashed a 16-hit
attack that included four hits by
djico Fernandez and a homer by
Harry Anderson to hand the Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals their third defeat in four
EHmes. Curt Simmons pitched a
st:dy nine-hitter to win his sev seventh
enth seventh game while Lindy McDaniel
jKkfered his fourth loss.
-Th sixth-place Giants, scoring
liieir 11th victory in IS garnet,
buried the Red leg t with e 20-hit
I r n'ent that taw Bobby
iThemeon drive in five runt with
e-nonvK, double and two singlet
even Of 8
I NEW YORK, June 27 (UP
Aevea of the American .League
eieht atartlna- positions In the
iuli 9 All-Star Game were et
today aa the nation-wide fan poll
ent into lta final day.'
i The poll, which started on
4ue 2, will end at midnight to to-aleht
aleht to-aleht with -the. final results
scheduled to be announced on
iulv 5 and Julv 3. Rival manag
rs Casey Stengel and Walt Al Alston
ston Alston also will announce their
i pitchers and the remainder of
their squads' makeup on those
'. days.
1 The battle for third base ap apparently
parently apparently Is going right down
jte the midnight deadline with
' 'George Kell of the Baltimore
'.Orioles holding a slight edge
erer Rene Bertola of the De De-'
' De-' Jtrylt Tigers Kell has 28,430
Totes in .: the balloting an-
Iheknced today WbUo Bertola
. 'has 2799. --
i on McDougald of the New
Torlc Yankees Is a third contend contender
er contender a complicating factor. Mc Mc-'jjougald
'jjougald Mc-'jjougald ranks third in the
'third-base balloting with 23,482
but has played mostly at short short-atop
atop short-atop since the poll began. His
. Totes were cast for third base
because that Is the position he
t aterted In the first same of a
toubleheader on June 2 the
' day the poll started.
: Tti Williams of the Boston
. wnd hot "led Mlckev Mantle of
the New York Yankees Into the
. -final dar for the honor of receiv
ing th most votes. Williams has
si 281-vote edge over Mantle
ai 15 to S1.0S4.
Second-baseman Nelson rox of
the Chicago White Sox ranks
veer essBas' Mmmmm.m
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and Willie Mays knock in four
with two doublet and a triple.
Johnny Klippstein suffered his
. tevonth defeat as the Giante'
ended a four-game Redleg win
nfng streak with their biggett of.
fentivn barrage of the campaign.'
The Braves overcame a 9-4 de
ficit with three runs in the fifth in
ning and six in the eighth to snap
a two-eame losing streak.- Hank
Aaron, Eddie Mathews and .Wes
Covington tied a major league rec
ord by hitting successive homers
in the fifth inning of a game mark marked
ed marked by eight round-trippers. Math
ews topped tne mraves- oest at
tack of the year, driving in live
runs with a pair of homers and a
single as Gene Conley picked up
his first win for Milwaukee and
Clem La nine suffered his fourth
straight loss for Brooklyn.
Dee i-onay ana itamon juejias
had four hits each and Frank
Thomas drove in four runs in
Pittsburgh's 19-hit opening game
attack tnat enabled Vern Law to
breeze to his fourth win. The Cubs
tied the nightcap when a walk,
Bobby Morgan's triple and Jim
Bolaer's single produced two runs
in the nintb.
The White Sox scored their third
straight victory and seventh in a
row over the Red Sox this season
when a fifth inning homer by
Bubba" Phillips and Earl Torge
son's run producing ninth-inning
single nelpea them fend oft a late
Boston rally marked by homers
bv Billv Klaus and Ted Lepcio,
Jim WUson gained credit for his
eighth win.
Reliei star Bob erim mromea
ninth inning rally to preserve
Johnny Kuckt' fifth victory for
the Yankees. All three of the
Yankoee' runt resulted from sa sacrifice
crifice sacrifice fliet two by Hank Bau Bauer
er Bauer and one by pinch-hitter Enes
(Continued on faff 10)
Ai. All-Star
third la the overall balloting
with 78.861 -rotes. Vic 'Wert of
the Cleveland Indians lends at
first base, with 43,125 votes;
Harvey Kuenn of the Detroit Ti
gers has a, tremendous lead at
shortstop; with 54,040 votes; AI
Kallne of the Tigers leads the
balloUna for right-field with
50,398. and Yogi Berra of the
Yankees top the catchers with
56.823.
Here Is a breakdown of the
voting for positions In the Amer
ican League is,uuu or more
votes) :
First base: Vic Werti, Cleve
land, 43,125; Bill Skowron, New
York, 24,365.
Second base: Nellie Fox, Chi Chicago;
cago; Chicago; 70,561; Gene Mauch, Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, 8,044.
Third base: George Kell. Bal-
lmore, 28,430; Reno Bertola, De
troit. 27.399: Gil McDougaia. New
ton. 81.345: Rdy Sievers, Wash
ington, 9,460: Minnie MifiosoJ
ington, 9,745.
Shortston: Harvey Kuenn, De
troit, 54,040; .Joe Demaestri,
Kansas City, 12,928; Luis Aparl-
clo, Chicago, 11,825.
Left field: Ted Williams, Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, 81,345; Aoy Sievers, Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, 9,460; Mlnny Mifioso,
Chicago. 0.135.
Center field: Mickey Mantle,
New York, 81,064, Jimmy Pler Pler-sall,
sall, Pler-sall, Boston, 13,997.
Right field: AI Kallne, Detroit;
50.309: Jack Jensen. Boston, 23,-
291: Hank Bauer, New York, 10,-
158.J
Catcher: Yogi Berra New York,
56,823; Sherm Lollar, Chicago,
21,555; Gus Trlandos, Baltimore,
14,003,
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Club de Yates y Pesca of; Panama

will take- part fat the Panama Bod
and Reel Club's 5th International
Marlin and Sailfish Tournament in
Julv, '- 1
The boats equipped .with out
board motors will go to Cocos
Point carrying almost 'forty mem members
bers members of the Panama boat club.
This will be the first occasion
that such launches will lake part
in a deep sea fishing tournament
The group will .go out on July
19 and return four days later1.
The Panama Rod and Reel Club
is settingi asid special trophy
for .the member of the "Club de
Yates-y Pesca" who ands rthe
largest 'fish. .'. fi
The fishing tournament will be begin
gin begin July 15 and will last until
Aug. 16.;;.
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LEADING
BATTERS
(Bated en 150 official at baft)
- National
League
Flavor and C.
j) G AB R H Pet.
55 219 27 80 .365
63 252 39 89 .353
61 234 35 '9 .338
67 283 53 95 .336
65 268 51 90 .336
39 157 17 51 .325
56 228 41 73 .320
65 2'8 51 79 .319
Fondy, Pitts.
Musial, St. L.
Hodges, Bk'n
Aaron, Mil.
Robinson, Cinci.
Groat, Pitts.
Cimoli, Bk'n
Mays, N. Y.
H. Smith, St. L.
Foiles, Pitts.
48 176 16 55
55 150 14 47
.313
.313
American
Mantle, N.Y.
Williams, Bos.
Boyd, Bait.
Fox, Chicago
Skowron, N. Y
Cerv, K. C.
Malzone, Bos.
Wertz, Cleve.
Lemon, Wash.
Sievers, Wash.
League
64 219 61 85
60 208 47 75
.388
.361
63 206 37 71 .345
64 251 39 83 .331
61 237 37 77 .325
53 163 16 53 .325
65 267 26 85 .318
63 220 39 70 .318
67 257 30 79 .307
68 259 42 78 .301
HOME RUNS
National League
Aaron. Braves
Musial. Cards
20
16
15
14
14
14
Snider, Dodgers
- Moon, uaras
2,; Banks. Cubs
1
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V" American League
Mantle, Yanks
Williams,- Red -Sot
Sievers, Senators
Zernial, Athletics
Maxwell, Tigers
RUNS BATTED IN
National League
Aaron, Braves
Musial, Cards
Hoak, Redlegs
Mays, Giants
Moryn, Cubs
American Leagva
Sievers, Senators
Mantle, Yanks
Skowron, Yanks
Wertz, Indians
Colavito, Indians
21
19
15
15
14
56
54
47
44
42
33
51
50
'47
42
PITCHING
(Bated en 7
Shantz, Yanks
Sanford, Phils
Schmidt, Cards
Trucks, Athletics
Buhl, Braves
Bunning, Tigers'
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WATER BOYS These four boys shall be leading contenders
In events for swimming championships at Gamboa on July
Fourth.; Reading left to right are; Jon Snodgrass of Gamboa,
Allan Scott of Balboa, Nils Llnfors of Rousseau, and Sam
Rowley of Gamboa. This will be the last appearance of Nils
Llnfors, a boy who has dominated swimming in the Canal
Zone for the last ten years, as he will be leaving shortly for
the Coast Guard Academy, v

Armed
Forces

Formidable Array Of

For Elks Swimming Meet

If the recent Armed .Forces
swimnung championships at Ft
Gulick can be used as a meas measuring
uring measuring stick, local swimmers from
the canal zone wiu nave inev
work cut out for them In the
Fourth of July swimming meet
sponsored by Elks Lodge 1414 at
the Gamboa pool.; u
From Fa, Kobbe -will come Alex
Iked a 5 Hawaiian, ; who repre
sented his team by winning the
100 and 200 meter free style rac
es and anchored the winning 400
meter free style relay team. As
sisting him will be Walter Gou Gou-vela
vela Gou-vela In the 100 yard back stroke
and relay. Wayne Smith In the
100 yard butterfly,- and relay,
Richard Lewin In the 100 yard
Amateur
For Title Bout
With Patterson
COLUMBUS, Ga. CUT) Pete
Rademaeher, .Georgia fighter
signed to meet Floyd Patter Patterson
son Patterson for the heavyweight title
at Seattle in Aagnst, will atari
training Monday at Lake Boas Boas-ton,
ton, Boas-ton, Ga it was announced to today.
day. today. ..'
. Mike lenaings, 'fn tf
group of businessmen who pat
ap a $250,009 guarantee to give
the former soldier a shot at
the title I" his firs profession professional
al professional boat, made the announce-,
tnent.'
Kademaeher won the heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight title In the last Olym Olympics.
pics. Olympics. He will be the first fight fighter
er fighter in history to take en the
champion his first time eat as
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free style and relay; Charles
Keating in the relay, and John
Esque in the 100 yard butterfly.
John Waytalak of Ft. Amador
is virtually a one man team, win winning
ning winning the .50 meter free style, 100
meter back stroke, and 150 me
ter- Individual medley.. This
young man la one of the most
powerful- swimmers seen locally
m many-years. -;,-v;yiMia
a The other big winner was Nor
ton or Army Atlantic who con
ned the 100 meter butterfly and
100 meter backstroke in ; the
Armed Forces meet.
Should the Armed Forces pool
their talent against the civilian
field this c6uld be one of the fin finest
est finest meets In the history of. Ca
nal zone swimming...
The relay races should be
something with Dick Mallett,
long time champion swimmer
from Balboa,. Joe Blackburn and
Larry Selgel of Balboa High
School, and Bob Connor, former
Balboa High School great and
presently -from, i Matt Mann's
University of Oklahoma squad,
representing uie local citizens.
V
Swimming Races
: For Ydungslcfs
AI Balboa Pool
Swimming races, open to swim
mers Between tne sees or tour to
sixteen years, will be, held each
Friday morning at 9:30 o'clock at
the Balboa Swimming Pool begin beginning
ning beginning tomorrow. Meets also will be
held Fridays for non-swimminrs
who will be permitted to use the
flutter kick and the kick board in
deep water. v
Prizes will be given to the week weekly
ly weekly winners and at the .end of the
season, trophies and medals will
be given to- those with the most
points.. ''
The prizes, trophies,' and med medals
als medals to be awarded at these
meets are being given' by -1 h e
members of the community and
the Summer Recreation Committee.-
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' At the end of the s e a s o n a
swimming meet will be held Aug.
of opening of the Panama
is in nonor of tne 43rd annrversa
CanaL Ihis meet -will be open to
all. awimmers registered in the
program. A trophy "will be pre presented
sented presented to the winner of first place
and medals for those winning sec second
ond second and third places. : I
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WASHINGTON, June 27 -(UP)-A
Brooklyn congressman said rue ruefully
fully ruefully today he is convinced the
Brooklyn Dodgers have definitely
decided to move to Lps Angeles
next season, i
Rep. Emanuel Coder (D-N.Y.)

said he drew this conclusion from
testimony yesterday of Dodger
Pretldent Walter O'Malley be before
fore before House Judiciary Subconv
mittee investigating baseball.
Cellar heedt the group.
But Ren. Kenneth B. Keating.
an upstate New Yorker and senior
Republican on Celler s Subcommit Subcommittee,
tee, Subcommittee, differed sharply with his chair chairman,
man, chairman, -j '- '. j
. Keating told reporters he be
lieves O'Malley still might con consider
sider consider staying-in Brooklyn If the
City of New York makes ad ac acceptable
ceptable acceptable offer for building a new
stadium.
- O'Malley Said 'if an acceptable
stadium plan can be worked out
the Dodgers will. stay where they
are. But he said "time is running
out" and he will make the final
decision soon.
Caller said he gained the Im
presion O'Malley is "ever the
brink" and will move to the West
Coast no matter what Brooklyn
does to try to hold the team. :
"There's no question about it."
CeUer said. "I think Mr. O'Malley
has his mind made up to go. It's
all cut and .dried."
Celler said O'Malley wouldnt
announce a finol decision to move
now because it would "ruin at attendance"
tendance" attendance" In Brooklyn.
Asked if tie would urire New
York City fathers to try. to head
off the move, Celler replied he
wouldn t because there would be
no point In it.
Elks Basketball
Standings r
The Dons
Boilerniakers
Dukes
White Mules,
TONIGHT'! GAMES k
6:00 p.m.
White Mules VI
The
Dons i
, 7:00 p.m. Boilermakers vs Dukes
in the opener of the 1957 sea
son. The Dons emerged victori
ous over the D"kes, by the score.
of 42-21. Bath U.ams Vlayuis nuu
Ustkeir big men were unable to
have successful play off the boards
However, The Dons had the edge
over tne Duxes in experienced
players. Top scorers for the Dukes
was T. Cunningham with 16 points,
and -for The Dons. R. Barbara
with 17 Mints.'.' -4
The second game found the White
Mules trounced by the Boiler mak
ers, 42-19, in a game full of come
dy by both teams. As in the first
game: lack of experienced play
ers caused the poor playing by
tne wmte Mules. L. Klrkland scor
ed 13 points for the Boilermakers,
while G. Barbier scored 10 for
tne wmte Mules. t
In order to have a better league
and better games, it is ud to the
team captains' to have all of their
men present for each game. The
captains should caU practices for
mi team, as tne lower crvm will
be made available for such pract;
The box scores:
(First
Came)", .j..
TUB
DONS -
FG Ft PF TOT
PLAYER '
R. Barbara
A. Nabmad
W. Engleke t
A. Libert l
17
10
2
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3
14
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R. Morris
A. Lagassie
Ti. McKeown
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42
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PLAYER
C. French -T.V
Cunningham
- -4 3 8
t' O 4
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16
F. Stewart i
A. Carroll .".
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2
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31
D. Dumbrowsky
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PLAYER
FG Ft Pf TOT
- 5 0 0 10
i r 2 '2
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, 0 0 0 0
G. Barbier
W. French
R. Caldwell
J. Price
Toussieh
1
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1. Kirkland v' 1 i.
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Teams
W
L
Pet.
CB
St. Louis
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
Milwaukee,
Brooklyn
New York
Pittsburgh v.
Chicago
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38
36
37-
35
31
24
21
27
29
28
29
30
35
42
38
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.567
.563
.561
.538
.470
.364
.351
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Today's Games
Brooklyn at Milwaukee ;
' Pittsburgh at Chicago
New York at Cincinnati fN) -Philadelphia
at St. Louis (N)
. Yesterday's Results
' (Fir.f Game) -'
Pittsburgh 005 240 40015 19 1
Chicago '. 000 002 012 5 10 1
Law (4-3), and Rand.
Poholskv ( 1-3 1. Rrnvnam T H1.
c.u ,.!..: '...: i,
nciu, raiser ana weeman.
'-y'. ifSncond Gamel -i 1
Pittsburgh 100 010 1025 12 1
wiicago 000 003 0025 8 2
lnmnie. f are. Afriwn it 1 1
Swanson and Foiles. v'
Drabowsky, Lown,' Elston and
Fanning, Neeman. v
(Niaht GaiVia'
rniiaaeipma 000 103 40311 16 ; 0
di. x.ouis h oio nno- 020 a n i
Simmons (7-3) and Lopata. v
L. McDaniel (7-4). Schmidt, 1W.
ntt, Miller and H. Smith.
(NiaM Cimtl
New York ,101 037 500-17 20 ,0
Cincinnati. 110 030 020 7 11 8
Gomez, Miller (2-3) and Thom Thomas.
as. Thomas.
Nuxhall (2-5), Klippstein, Jeff-
vuai, f uwier ana xsurgess
I 4
V
fNlaht Game

Won Losti?I?)k,y,I,l 210 330 00-
won uo MUwaukee 004 030 06x-13 15

15 Naval District Bowleramma
' : Team Standings ''''
Birds .... 14' 2
Beauties ,i ll.p s
Bustles 8
Bees .-.-iji-.,
Breakers .. ,. ., 10
Blossoms j' 2 .' 14
; Tuesday evening at the 15 ND
Bowlerama, the Bustles display displayed
ed displayed good form by taking the first
game from the. league leading
Biras winning with an 825 game.
with Connie Bunk the Bustles
bowlerette busting an excellent
scratch 187 game. The Birds, re
turned to their roost by taking
tne : next two games plus .total
pins.;.;-; ;.'':-;.;
Evelyn Sardina helped the
Birds feather their nest by post posting
ing posting a et S04 series, whereas for
the Bustles another Evelyn. Gar Garvin
vin Garvin marked ud a net 528 set. Al
though, the Birds. took three
points -they lost-ground In the
league race, reducing their four

TorbhtbRicKmond

Away From OtHeir JIL Clubs

NEW YORK, June-27 (UP)
Toronto snd Richmond, the two
teams expected to fight it out for
the International League pennant,
are slowly pulling away from the
other clubs. - 5
The Maple Leafs scored once in
the ninth inning to edge Columbus,
76, last night while Richmond had
aa easier tune at Montreal, down downing
ing downing the Royals, 8-2. Toronto, by
winning, maintained its half-game
edge over tbe.Vees while moving
three and a half lengths ahead of
third-place Buffalo, ,
Jack Crimian pitched two score scoreless
less scoreless relief innings to gain his 4th
victory in five decisions for the
Leafs. Lew Morton and Sam Jetk Jetk-roe
roe Jetk-roe provided the power with hom homers,
ers, homers, Morton's coming with- two
mates aboard.- ';
Richmond broke a three-game
losing atreak as Marty Kutyna
pitched a strong five-hitter to also
pick up his fourth win against one
defeat. John Jaciuk hit a two-run
homer for the winners, his fifth of
the season. ,'
In other games, Miami defeated
Buffalo, 5-1 and Rochester topped
Havana, 3-2.
Inrernetienal Leagwe
Teams'
Toronto
Richmond
Buffalo
Rochester
Cohimbus
Havana c
Miami
Montreal'
W .U.Pet.:.CB .U.Pet.:.CB-40
40 .U.Pet.:.CB-40 28 88
40 29 .530 H
37 32 AM 34
J7 36 J07 54
, 35 37 .486 T
33 39 .456 9
32 36 .457 9
26 41 J3S$ 13

American League

Teams
w
L
Pet.
.636
Gi
Chicago
New York
Cleveland.
, 40
40
35
35
33
23
24l
29
31
.625 Va
.547 ;5V4
Detroit
I Boston
.530
,500
.477:
.385
.319
6Va
33
8V
10
16
a
Baltimore
31 34
25 40
22 47
Kansas City
Washington
Today' Games
Cleveland at New York
j v-.r
jjciroii at wasmngton ; i
Chicago at Boston (2) ,N
: No other game scheduled.'
Yeitardav' Kanl
Cleveland nnn nnn nnii e.
New York. 000 010 20x3 "I 0
' Lemon (5-5), Pitula and Nixon.
, Kucks (5-6), Grim and (Berra.
Chicago'1' 023 010 001 1 13 It
Boston f 100 0U 0205 13 0
, WUson (8-4), Howell, "VaPlarae
and Moss. (
Nixon (5-4),, Susce,,t. Chakales,
Porterfield, Alinarcin and Daley.
(Night Game)
Kansas City 000 000 0000 3 0
Baltimore 000 010 000. -3 O
. Portocarrero (3-3) and Smith.
.Johnson (6-6) and Triandos.
' ( Night Gamer
Detroit 000 000 3104 9 0
Washington vv 000 010 0001 6 1'
Bunning (8-2) and WUson,
Stobbs (1-2), Byerly Hyde
Berberet, Courtney. t
and
Trowbridge, '- Johnson, Conley
(1-4L. Jolly and Sawatski, Rice,
Newcombe,'; Labine (3-5), Bes Bes-sent
sent Bes-sent and Campanella.'

point. advantage toi three.
The Beauties took the sting a a-way
way a-way from the Bees by a clean s
sweep of. 4 point. The Bees were
gathering pins way below their
average and the Beauties also
bowling below their averages but
not quite as severe as the Bees.
The win gave the Beauties un undisputed
disputed undisputed possession of ; second
place in the standings. Lena
Burchette of the Beauties was
high with a 485 for her quintet,
whereas the Queen -; Bee was
Keglerette Andrew; with a 464
SCt.. ,-' .- '. ,; ;-',vi-.. ":-.;,
In the battle for the bottom,
Breakers broke their losing
streak and took four points from
the Blossoms. Both teams start started
ed started with only two points in the'.;
wdln column before the first ball ,1
was thrown, but the Blossoms
ran into the last frame dilemma
of 'mlssltls" and lost every gam
In the tenth and final, inning.

For the winning Breakers, Bowl- ;

erette Moore with a net 504 se-

ries took honors for her team :

and for the opposition, whose'

best for the game was Mike Har -rison's
453.; . .y v ;

x Yesterday's Retolts
The standings and linescoresr
Columbus 010 004 100-6 12 3
Toronto 103 110 001 7 11 0
Blackburn, Kildoo (3), O'Donnell
(7) and Peterson, Kravitx (9); Jor Jordan,
dan, Jordan, Crimian (8) and RoseUi. WP WP-Crimian.
Crimian. WP-Crimian. LP-O'DonneU. HRS-Gos,
Morton, Jethroe, Rice. -
Richmond 000 203 030 3 11 1
Montreal 000 000 002 1 f 2
Kutyna and Jacink; Kipp, Crit
tante (6), Vargas (8) and Pigan Pigan-tano.
tano. Pigan-tano. LP -Kipp. HR-Jaciukr
Miami 106 040 000 3 10 I
Bulfalo 4 100 000 000 1 8 2
Bunker,' Paige- (8) and Bucha;
Coleman, Natry (6) Herbert (9)
and Noble. WP-Bunker, LP-Coleman.
HRS-Smith, Baxes.
Havana 10 100 000 2 3
Rochester 000 300 OOx 3 6 1
Amor, Scanielbury (7) and L
quierdo; G. Blaylock and Shantx.
LP.-Amor.
Today Encanto "J5 .15
- HAH OO! flLLOi
- Marifvn Monroe in
"SEVEN TEAR ITCH"
- Victor Mature m
TIOIXNT SATURDAY
Today -IDEAL; 3D -.10
- Victor Mature tn -Demetries
The Gladiator"
, Jennifer Jones In
XOVE IS A.MT .
SFLEXDOKXD THING



THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1957 ',.,.,

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By HARRY GRAYSON

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II

WOTTA DOUBLE! Winners of last Saturday's first double,
which paid off to the tune bf $374.80 per ducat, had the
. lucky- ticket; holder? sweating It out in both races. (Top)
jRiscal gets up to score by half a head over Displays gong In
the first race. Fernando Alvarez rode the winner while Julio'
Rodriguez had the leg up on the runnerup. (Bottom)' Ama Ama-do
do Ama-do Credidtu whips Bacana' across the finish line a whisker in
front of Danlelo for the closing half of the double. Alvarez
was on the short end this time-. iKlscal paid $22.20 to min i
' while Bacana 'returned $19.80 straight odds. s'

by

v

JOE WILLIAMS

EJflle Yosf

I Ford Prick

Twenty yean aro JoeXpol and Mike Jacobs won the heavy

weight championship of the world;- Louis knocked out Jimmy

Braddock, Jacobs stopped Madison Square,, Garden.; Then,, as

uuff, hq dautvuu urucccuiuis wtbii uui' spvi 9. plus coniusiuu.

-1 The "Garden had Braddock under, contract to fight Max

echmeilng for the championship, but Jacobs' lawyers found a
loophole in thV document end, skipping the details, that's how

rte nappenea to wina up wim exclusive promotional rights to the
big cne.' '' ,;.; .-. ,.,;--v-. 'rf.
- He already had Louis," buLparC of the deal by which he got
the .young- Detroit Negro was that he would match him for the
championship. A manipulator and hustler all his life, Jacobs
had no doubt he'd make the promise stand up; he had great faith
, in legal obf uscatlona and In order to persuade Braddock to slither
through the loophole from New York to Chicago ... where Louis
would be waiting: ... all Jacobs had to do" was make the nrlce

Tight. Braddock settled for 50 ner cent of the net sate which was 'NOW EDDIE YOST. THE Sen

to exceed $700,000. ; ; l, -v- !;-tu 1 j, "; lator's veteran third baseman, gets
-Tliat wasn't all.. Braddock's 'manager ., a smartcracklng,'bis opportunity, one. of the few bi
shrewd, little Broadwayite named Joe Gould ... Insisted on a side h hl long-suffering mem-

WASHINGTON (NEA) Got.

Albert Benjamin Chandler a few
days back was talking about the
way Ford C. F rick jruns organis

ed baseball. i

- I

"They tell me you can't get him

to go any place, ssid Happy
Chandler, whom the major league

owners booted out as commission

er to make room for rick. "He

lust its there and waits for every'

thing" to be brought to him. Pret

ty soon,, there won't be anything

left to Dring- arouna.-, ? t

Well, if nothing lse, the House

Judiciary subcommittee hearings

got commissioner f tick out ox nis

hideout at 30 Kockefeller, Plaza,

New York.-

to be, wa a game ,of base bits,
curve balls, rhubarbs, jawing with

the, umpires, sun in the bleachers

and not dogs ana Deer, it now is

mess of legalities and brawls

and when Frick wailed to Congress

man Emanuel Celler and Compa Company
ny Company that "baseball will be set back

50 years,') it was the most cons constructive
tructive constructive statement heard so far.-
: If the brass is worried about the
outcome of Congressman Celler's
bill to put baseball under anti antitrust
trust antitrust regulations, we strongly ad advocate
vocate advocate that Frick and his col colleagues
leagues colleagues do a little research on how
others handled similar hearings.
AT ONE OF THEM, an enterprls
ins nress aeent out a mldeet on

the knee of J. P. Morgan, the fi financier.
nancier. financier. This se .broke up the joint
that the hearing .never got off the
ground.

For a while, we thought of the

strategy employed by Howard

hughes : when he was entangled

witn a committee beaded by ben.
Owen Brewster of Maine.' Hughes

took the offensive., claimed Brew

ster had accepted favors and the

like and Bad no rignt to conduct

a hearmg. This knocked, Brewster
and the eommittee olumb out of

business. A auick check witn John

ny Morrissey, the baseball Wash

ington Senators ucxet man, snow snowed
ed snowed this to be impossible, howev

er, for congressman ceuer ouys
his' tickets when he attends games.

OUT OF DOORS with

i t ., t.A.

mmm

t :

, CLOSING BATTLE-l-A grim, nail-biting 'group of Dodgem inhabit the Brooklyn dugout as

t 'the defending National .League-champions' flaht to mav ut of the ttcmtid division. Ijtnkini

. ,ad are. left to Tight. Manager Walter Alston. Recruit pitcher Dan McDevitt. Shortstop Pee
.'. ,.We Rem and Pitchers Don Dryndale, -Sandy. Koufax and .Johnny, Podres, It' a tough life.

Kramer

' 'It ml

a m ,.'.'.''..":- 1 .... m -i ...... v.v ( m r

s i enms i rouoe lost

Somewhere In South America

INDIAN 'WAR' ;BT
OAMI LAWS

UP

By WARREN PAGE
j K Hunting 'Editor m
THERE'S a diUJr of a story "on
the Indinns and game laws by
Greg Smith in 'Wyoming Wildlife,'
a publication from the stat that

interests big game hunters.
In 188V when Wyoming war a
young lana, the Bannock. Indians
of the Jackson Hole country start started
ed started a minor uprising having to do

with. thir right to kill game when.

as and il they; .wished. They-ar
gued that the Fort Bridger Treaty

of 1868 guaranteed them the right
to hunt without hindrance,' even
though i specified hunting only tm
"linA,in.l lont -,

The Jacksos Hole pountrv wm

then being occupied, fast, Jackson
was becoming quite a town, and

' When Bannoc'k chief Race Horse
was later pinched on a charge of
wantonly killing seven elk, the'
Circuit Court in Cheyenne let hmj' ;
off, saying ; that the treaty, gua
ranteed by our Constitution, was,
paramount above any stage game
law This could, have been a Mg.
blow to the, cause, of conserVatio
laws throughout the western states.'
But by 1896, conservationists hid
pushed an appeal to the Supreme"
Court. It reversed the original do-
cision m the grousda that the trea-"

tp was kaput when Wyoming eny
tered tm Union and that its pro-"
visions were limited to territorial'

days. Hence the Bannocks had to

abide Wyoming law.

' The signlficane of this cas
reaches far beyond the boundary
ies of Wyoming. Its effect was to
set up the proposition that wild-'
lit nn.. A. : U U.I . AA- u

whn th law mini n ti UI "" "ciuiiss io urer ;
teaTtlSl?ffi: "e controlled by t

Wf have a modern' exception, in V

Fights; Fines Not For Dunning;

All He Does Is Win For Tigers

' A couple of years ttol Branch

Rickey and' Joe Garagiola left this

place dizzy tne Manatma with

triple talk and the then catcher
with wisecracks. .Garagiola simply
couldn't understand why so much

russ was being made about a

catcher batting .215 k ;

deal by which Jacobs was to surrender 20 per cent of his earnings

put of an future wms ngnis..., r , ,: ;
.:?-.- y x Coming and Going t-:-:y-.
'' tJafortunately this arrangement dldh't prove" as highly re

warding as had been anticipated, because Jacobs . to Judge by
the figures he paid off cn ... had a desperate time-matching

income witn outgo, in spite or we tact that in iouu he xiad the

hottest box-oiflce atractlon since Dempsey.

Naturally, Jacobs didn't Include In the figures profits. from
his enormously profitable by-product, the sales of choice seats

at premium prices. The Rcdmen, as you probably know, had

name for it. Scalping. Jacobs continued to work both sides of the

street as long as he was in the game and got out with plenty

Actually, Braddock didn't have much ef a beef coming, and,
in Justice to the Jersey Irishman, we never heard him riye voice

to oae. xo oenn witn, jacops aid mm a ravo by enticing him
through the 'loophole, a ince he wouldn't have made anywhere

near the money meeting sciuneung he took oat of the Louis fight.
Although Braddock was the champion, ; and there was a
easantr sentimental Interest In him as the Cinderella Man ...
he had been on relief and returned to outstab a lamentably inef ineffectual
fectual ineffectual Max Baer for the championship ... he was hard to sell;
ha wasn't exciting, he had been round a long time, and bums

had beaten him as a light heavyweignt.
. Besides, Louis, with lesi than two years of pro fighting, had
so captured the ring world's fancy as to overshadow the other

big fellows. Braddock held the title, but In the ring ratings he

wa listed second to the pulverizing hitter the sports pages were

now calling tne crown iMmoer.

On the sight of June 22. 1937, they met la a Chicago ball

park. Louis was a 3-1 xavorita and worn like one. Braddock had
one fleeting moment of glory. He had Louis down momentarily
from a right In the first round this was to happen a number
of times in latex years, moving Louis to comment: "Kvea my
little girl can hit me with a right hand."
i -: 1 . S Night Leeds Wen

ber of ne Washington club, Yost.

the erudite American League play

er 'representative, has been try

ing to get out of the second divi division
sion division for more than 11 years. If be
upholds the controversial, reserve
clause, there-isn't much room for

the House anti-trust subcommittee

to argue to ihe contrary,

Federal committees certainly

have mora important things to do,
should long ago have learned to
steer clear of professional, sports

people and their, peculiar prob

lems. " ;

There was the 'time Freddie

Kirscbv the fight manager, stomp

ed into tne office of Hep. Joe alar alar-tin
tin alar-tin and in his Oerman-laden voice

asked the Speaker of the House

ly JIMMY BRESLIN S

NEW YORK (NEA) With tur

hulence reigning in baseball. 'Jim

Bunning of the Detroit ; Tigers

would seem worthy of no literary
treatment at all. Bunning, the tall,
thin-faced Detroit right bander,
gets in no fist fights during. the

course of a game. -.

Nor does be. -supplement nignt

club floor shows. A- bold social

move by Bunning consists of buy

ins a couple of pairs of slacks

(retail: 124: he nays $12) in

New York "factory where he hat a
connection.. ;.-'; ". : ' ;
Making him even more, dull, on
paper; is. the f act his Detroit :Tig:
era., do Hot 'figure .- to move the

franchise any place,, cdme televi

sion, space snips or .douoie-uomea
staa1unis.i,.-;;5.i4'!, j

All Bunning seems to do. in

fact; is play baseball-- remember

that?-' and; Play. it weii. At ine

start of-, this season, he was

hopeful, on Manager Jack Tighe's
pitching staff. Now, after winning
seven -of hi first eight starts, he's
a lot more than that. "' "'-Bunning
Bunning "'-Bunning is only 25," but he put

in time with' seven minor league
clubs 4sioce -leaving Xavier Uni

versity, of Ohio after his freshman

year as1 a basketball prospect No

where did. his minor league rec

ord indicate he, would-be a big

winheT in the majors. At the end
of last season he had a 5-1 mark

with Detroit, mostly In -' rehef
Otherwise.' a 13 11 -with LitUe

Rock-in 1954 was his best,' ?
But thin aeaion.-. Bunning is a

big one and the lanky Southgate,

Ky.,i product explains it easuy.
"Control," he says. "J don't mean
I used to walk a lot. But I used

to miss a spot now and then and

'OA.,. j

. jlmBunnlngT

snd he'd do It a lot," Bauer says.
"Now he doesn't 1 give you any

thing to hit at He has his spots

ana ne nus em regular. t,
Bunmng's bome town South

gate has quite, an athletic herl

tage. One George Edward Arc aro

is an alumnus of the Cincinnati

suburb. Bunning, 6-3, -was too big

ic oe a locxey. aitnougn ne is i

horse fan, so he migrated to base

uiu, ...... . . i i

If there is .one; thing which

K"",t'ood would .uamp (Bunning a.n ath-

"' -m MptA vhA hura in .taw I i. hi.

Ana TM svwul .7 w up

I .spent last winter pitching in

to help him get a fight for Hein

Ten Hoff, the heavyweight Kirsch

scream! that tne Managers' Guild

was "snutting-g me out of a liv

ing-g," and there ought to be a

law, etc..

PRESIDENT Warren G. Hard

ing once invited Grantland Rice to
play a round of golf. Granny wasnt

much Io. traveling aione, showed

up with aa uninvited Ring Lard-

ner. wmie secret service agents
stirred, security mea lures, yon
know, President Harding shook
hands with Rice, then was intro

duced to Lardner.

"And what brings yen here V
President Harding asked Lardner.
1 want to be Ambassador to

Greece," repbed Ring. "My wife
doesn't like living in Great Neck."

Cuba' and worked on getting a

slider Jewn.' Hal mum w me

Cards was, my catcher and every
game he'd hold the mitt up as a
target on the outside and I'd throw
to him. It Is working out well this

season."-: t .' i
Technique-wise, Bunning is a
strikeout artist he whiffed 10

Yankees in one of his wins and

that controlled slider, '.plus a big

motion does it lor turn. -Hank
Bauer of the Yankees

pins it therei anyway. "He always
was toush. but you could wait

for him to put a good pitch in

Cricket Hews

. Defending against Louiy ,rlght, wasn't easy, either. The one
-. he clipped Braddock with to stop him la the eighth was a work
of swift, savage artistry. Braddock tell forward on his face, and
as he lay 1 mid-ring motionless, blood from his mouth tad 'bom
beran to stain the white canvas, and by the time the count was
erded, and his handlers had come la the ring to get him, the

stood had formed a complete circle and the effect cunousiy was
that of a vanquished battler cushioning bis battered head on a
bright red ball.
Louis was U ge U eriablisb. blmself aa n f the top
heavyweights of any generation. yTe den't believe even Dertp Dertp-tey
tey Dertp-tey was his taperler as hitter. Levis made a great J f
meney, and had be been more thoaghtfwlly handled .. and less
extravatant himself ... his later years weald have been snach
mere serene.' j ..-
As for Braddock. he made a substantial score In th war-

surrjlus buaioesa after sen-lb la the Tranxnortstioa Coma- tn Dennis. Cspt.. G. Msnmng. R. Es-

wlndfall came Just when he needed n financial transfusion too. cakma, G. Atberly, "Joe Brsta-i

mA hia fixii urinri had shruaken sharply. Now he'i la th ateye i vtite, Archie Braihwaite, S.

-tiere supply business In Korth Bergen, tij and do3g Just fine,

tnana jou. .-

The Mount Hope Stadium is to

be the scene of another interesting

mem matcn uus coming iun-

dsy, June 30, when Colon's Wsnd Wsnd-erers
erers Wsnd-erers C C will play host U tne vi-

siting raraiso fc..u or Lfie racific

side.

Slated to commenre at 12:00

sharp, the game will feature the

following representatives of the

well known wanderers Club: A.

Pro

Shop

By JIMMY DCMARET
'Written fer NEA Service-

home life. He is the father, of four.

including twins, ., who'll be '.three
in the fall.-People with twins, in
a household normally, do not have

energy to expend for anything

more man breathing now and
then or a walk to the. store when
the mill runs, out. ..
Bunning is able to play, base-

oau. m must be one Of herculean

strength. v
"It's not ss bad .as .you .think."

Bunning says. "My wife; Mary.

makes sure they're out ot the way

wnen l nave a pitching assign-

ment coming up. I get my rest

that day. Otherwise., well; that's
why baseball players like road

trips. .... ...
' "Once 1 leave on a trip I get out
of bed only to go to the. ball park."

Wilson Advises
Score To Take

By OSCAR RALPY. :
' .'' .'.- V::.

NEW YORK (UP) Jack Kra Kramer's
mer's Kramer's pro tennis troupe is "lost

somewhere in South America to

day, according to Ted Schroeder,

but the man who planned the Chi Chili
li Chili bean tour figures that no news
is .good: news., -.. ',.,vr.-'!.;
"The last thing" I- heard." 5 says

husky Teur 4'waa tnat tney couid
not t ge( trum Montevideo to, Bue Buenos
nos Buenos 'Mires, finally they founu a
hydroplane line and 1 guess they
made it' O.K. Anynow". 1- haven't

heard of any drownings' do wn
there.?:' j? --",' t

Kramer: -Ken Rosewall, Pancho

Segura and Dinny -Pailr are mak making
ing making a 24-match swing 'down the

backbone of the Anaes and a a-cross
cross a-cross the Pampas to tho east.

Kramer,: who. gave up competi

tive tennis because of a bad. shoul shoulder,
der, shoulder, returned to action for. I t h e
toun and tichroeder bet: Wm'Sa

dinner that, he'd break down along

the way. Big Jake .sent mm. a let
. 1 r-i .! .

ier,. iroiu Caracas wmcn saio;
.L.'r::,i;,,V','';;'i'S;'-'V";.,'.,rf
: 4 -Thouflht HS'd Die 5, .,;

; The -first 4nhrht t thouBhtr I'd

dir. The seoonu night I -was a a-irald
irald a-irald I wouldn't. But things are

getting i betted now; and. ,.y ou're

gonna blow your bet.

Schroeder couldn't care les

After the headaches of lining up

tne tour, he's, gladrto wash : his

hands dff the whole bit. -'

i'l had five matches lined up in

Colombia.' ..he. moaned. "Then.

came the revolution.'

"On top of this, I' couldn't get

any word, from the promoter in

Uruguay. Finally, a guy calls- me

from Wall Street and says I don't

know him, which r already Know..

But it seems he's a ham radio o o-perator
perator o-perator and 'one night' he's- talk talking
ing talking to a friend In Uruguay. The
guy asks him 'Do youuhve hear
Jack Kramer?': So the- guy? ssys

yes and the guy in Uruguay says
'tell Kramer the Uruguay Lawn
Tennis Assn. says, it's a. deal.' So

this has to be the first match ev

er booked, by a ham operator."

eraslt A Headache

ovil A,Ut7 UaiB VUBL Ul Li IB DeiUUlU I

A&Jml migratory bird laws?

ih r7.7.iV.l :,T!' oi, course, out basically this wran-
the JacKsonians sent out a 40-man i with ik. n.;.u. i.rk. Koi.'

which galloped off to can- V" ".Tff::

ture the Bannocks near BattirT'J""1""" 8

Mountain ,. f-- , : ? :. i "', :'

En route back to Jackson, the1

Bahnota chief led-an -escape at- HUSKY OVERTONES Z'"

tempt, and during the hullabaloo f

guns began to talk. One Indian' Svr-nisp fNF.Av Wxhinstnn-

died of lead poisoning. One souaw vasn't. entered in th TntproniiMi

left her two year-old poungster 9itp-Rn'vitL-ltegaUa thU ve. Vit

lying in the dust where it had fal-the Huskies' chances of completely'
len from its cradle board. That losin" am wtsm rhp vwT

produced headlines in Eastern icoaches oi eight of the 12 compel
newspapers about a full scale mas-inrr crews were Washington grSd grSd-sacre
sacre grSd-sacre at Jackson Hole.' uates. . s.

TROPHIES

mercuno
' Jewellers.

Wo accspt special orders at large discount

"Butch" Hewitt, Victor Hmes,
Bowea, E. Cole, Enos Brown,
f orte, and H. Brands. -

HARD TRAiNINS 4
SietHoa. Pa. (XEA) Joe Sa Sa-hed
hed Sa-hed and Charley Ruwi v?c, frna

EVERYBODY iikci to powder f-i

coif baQ as far ai thev ran. then LtUmLIICLe II Chi

- ; 1. . u . it

go uih n uic iicai wcx soul . . t ,
try and hit tt longer yet. r CHICAGO (NEA) Jim Wilson

So when yon advise a beginner a pitcher who has been all through
to use .a No.. 2. wood instead of a a largely due to a liner off Hank

anver ine tee mon act as u.ureenberg s bat has some, ad-

yeo are uaing uie tun out w mar. vice tor Herb score.

hn

e.:-

He wiould Uke off the rest of

the season in order to have a fuQ

recovery" says the hue Sox

star. ':',

Score the Cle veland south pi

But that's the' way I'd hive all

beginners play. The' bristle has

more loft t the club face than
the driver. .So the average person

csa.rn the bau up and hit, it
straiphter. 1

A straiEnt shot t cures to put a liner otf the bat of the Vankees'

more fun into a round of golf tnan.Gn McDoueald

a big belt wtih the driver which Wilson, however, talks-' f rem

winds up in the woods. jesrty experience. Greenberfi lin-

when the novice usually does tr fractured his aknll in lSiS.-

want to nse a bfassie, it is (ot sec-'f ,

Brazil gave Schoroeder a bead-

ache, tOO.- . 1." .:. -'

'The guy writes me-a five-page

letter but it's in Portuguese, he

grimaced. "Finally I get next to

somebody in, the Brazilian. Embas Embassy
sy Embassy and they translate it for me.

The first f our and aphalf- pages

are about the weather. The last
line tays the matches are okay.'-

finally the' South American

travel agency which was lining np
transportation called from? Ri o

collect, t ; f.-- .

"This guy. speaks nothing : but

Spanish so Segura has to trans

late for jne.", Schroeder explain

ed. "The gist of it is that if we

fly roundabout, going to Florida,
then down and over instead, of

straight flown the West Coast,' we
can save $23 on the grand t o u r
de lam our. It took a half hour
and the phone bill was $120.",.

'A W!xr

GOOD BRAKES are
INVESTMENT
...FOR LOTS OF
SAHTy

It will cost you less to have brake service done before major

repair is necessary. It costs much more for grinding Kored
drums, boning cylinders, or even doctor bills.

7

Whtra Safty is Concerned
Don't CemprbmU for Loss
Demand The Best...

Warner

OINUINI

LOCKHIID HYDRAULIC
BRAKE PARTS a FLUID

PANAMA AUTO, S. A.
'No. 45 Jose Fco. de la Ossa Ave.
. Box 1913 Panama Tela.: 3 3050 3-4704

csncictcscsctcxscscsctc

: By HANS R(ARDON
" Wntten far NIA Servka

QUESTION: With the count two

and three, the batter is taken out

ond shots. Wherever be goes, be

wants U the tliKtanre possible.

Well, be cin snake another mis

take here. Mister, you need a gnodl

fairway ue before Jikicg that jse.wmle he ooesn t wok bfg enourh I M a home runf-llra. U arv

Sate I nemee, are f rc.rg for 2 wx out of the" rar. for the rrt. Coach Duffy Dtih- a. V. Tk. aitrh muM k.v.

rvxt fiU as summer Uborers in a You'd' r a k4 bcuer off using erty of Michigan State t'.ived' a ku kA k mat Ki.

believes be will be fully recoveml for a pinch-hitter," Who is credit-

some time in July. He was bit by ed or charged with it a case the

pwch-ffltter-strikes out or wsiasT
Leslie Jsmieson..'
. Amwr: The hatter refnoveeT
wewld bm charted with ft
trrke-avt, rhe winch-KHter cred
H4 with the base an balls,
Q. The pitcher gets his foot tin tingled
gled tingled up on the rubber and bounc

es the pitch to the piste.-The bat

ter boa the bill Into the stands.

; STILL ON CUARO

East Landing," M ich.' (KE A 1

-SERVING THE AMERICAS FOR OVER A CENTURY.

; TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU anal CHILE

S.S. "SANTA LTJISA" ........ ....8IU CristebaL Jnly 4

8.8. "SANTA ISABEL Sails CrfeUbaL July 11'

SA -SANTA CECILIA ..Sails Cristobal, Jnry II.
li':"1 TO NEW YORK '"
8.8. "SANTA CrmiA" Ralls Crisiobal, July 3
: 8.8. "SANTA MARIA" Sails Cristobal, Jaly III
S.S. "SANTA MARGARITA". .... .Sails Crwtakal, Jaly 11 1
.' FROM U.S. PACIFIC A WEST COAST CENTRAL
, '. ; A M ER fCA TO THE PANAMA CANALv T;
SA. "SANTA CRCr Daw BalWa, JbIt

s

S.S. "SANTA ri" Due Balboa, Ar.

TO WEST COAST CENTRAL. AMERICA and U.S.
-"r .-U. S. PACIFIC PORTS f K
SA "SANTA enVXT ...'....,.'....8aD CrbUbal. Jalv 11
S.S. -SAATA TV .,... :.Sails Crtetnbal. Aagnst IS
Leads Cargn at Crtstehal I

I PANAMA AGENCIES CO. I

J CRISTOBAL: XI 31 tlli PAN AM ; t-4"A 3 "7 I
. BALBOA: 21M llit

treou tm buu. in. kk cn uie lee. -guarn lor yrac1ise IooJe7.

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. .. THURSDAY, JUNE.h. 1957
'-fAGE TErf 1 5 r u i '.''fS'),!! .Utc11 y o THE PANAMA AMERICAN AW INDEPENDENT DAILY -NEWSPAPER '
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A S S I F
' THIS PACE IS FOR, SALE
' FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
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Houses

' FOR RIMT-rOI impacted chl chl-'
' chl-' : at, maton, ttrf, funitahd, ht
,? ,wHr, diihw. trt. 8-535.

FOR RINT IVani mw ehlrt,
'Lma AtafM" 2 badreemi. liv-Infl-dinlnfl
mm, aarch hat wi wi-tar
tar wi-tar inttalUtlan. Call 2-2648,
1-2671.
FOR RENT- FurniihaJ chatat,
2 badraami, 2 aarehti maid'a
mm, 2 kithreemi, garaga, ate.'
El Carman, Via 2020,
Resorts
' RaMwin't furnhhaa apartmanH
at Santa Clara Reach. Telephone
Smith. Balbaa 3681.
Reserve NOW. Inexpentlve
tlsffint vacation, Santa
Clara Hatch. Shrapnel' fur.
- niiheet heute. Phone Balbaa
1772.
n FOSTER'S COTTAGES ana' large
.' baacb heated One mile past Ca
. sine. Fhene Bawg 1166.
PHILLIPS OeaarwWe Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal S-1473.
Allhea Gibson Wins
Wimbledon Third
Round Tennis Match
,,,t,
WIMBLEDON, England, June
57 (UP) Top seeded Althea
Gibson of New York easily won
her third round women's singles
match in the Wimbledon tennis
championships today but Mlmi
Arnold,- highly regarded U.&
girls' champion, was eliminated.
Miss Gibson, seeking to become
the first Negro singles champion
In Wimbledon history, conquered
Mary Hellyer of Australia, 6-4,
6-2, as blazing sunshine and 79
degre temperatures marked the
flfst perfect-weather day in this
years tournament.
There was ft gusty wind; and
4hat ;iuKiil tA Knt.hf Ml Ar-
rold.lof Redwood CItyr. Califs; U

iir s3, 0-3, aeiear Dy mim ncy ncy-'
' ncy-' es f contesf played far from
the main stadium oa Court 14
with pnlr few spectators on
hand.' ". '"
, VS. forces suffered their day's
, first casually 1" the third round
of men singles when Sid
RehWirts of New York bowed in

atralrht sets. 6-1. 6-4. 7-5. to
former U.8. indoor champion
ci navldaon of Sweden.
; John Lesch of Los Angeles was
expectea. to oe anoraer u.o.
tfM to tnAv' ina.tr.hesL which
11 Inurlram nln men and
mmw w niiwmv
'seven women competing In the
tMrd round oi 'singles.
1Hi. riItu of PhlladelDhla. the
1993 champion who Is sixth
MrtM and the too remaining
TJ. hope this year in men's sin singles,
gles, singles, gained the fourth round
wtth a 6-2, -2, 5-7, 6-3 victory
xvr Japanese champion Kosel
- faghth-eeded3aervyn Rose of
Australia, who x dominated the
. winter tournaments m uie unit united'
ed' united' States this year, also moved
u with -3, 6-4, -2; win over
Bwitterland's' Martin rroesch.
- Seventh-seeded Herb Flam of
Beyerly Hills, Calif., rallied to
beat Belgian Davis Cupper Jac Jacques
ques Jacques Brichant, 1-6, 8-2, t-l, 6-4.
Mike oreea oi Miami-, eescu,
mi M AlUAmerican third-

'' rounder against Hugh Stewart

of pasaaena, caui wnen oiw-
art retired after Green naa uik
in l bid i

. Lesch was beaten as expected
, by top-seeded Lew Hoad of Aus

tralia, 0-3, 9-1, O-.
NL Winner
(CoMinaed front Page 8)
Slaughter a Bob Lemen ak-
.sartoa' hi fifth aWfaat.
Connie Johnson hurled a three three-4tter
4tter three-4tter to stretch the Oriples' score score-J
J score-J leu string to- 32 consecutive in in-,
, in-, nings and won Jus sixth decision
when Jim Busby cracked his fifth
J bomer in the fifth inning. Arnold
Portocarrero hurled three-hitter
I for the Athletics but was charged
' with his third setback."
I j Tim Rtinnin wnn hi fffhth

tgame and completed the cycle of

scoring at iest one viciotj over
I each of Detroit's rival wiU a six six-J
J six-J hitter that dealt the Senators their
' J fifth straight defeat. Chuck Stobba,
f who snapped a twe-year 16-game
losing streak in his previous start.
carried a 1-6 lead into the seventh
Inning only to absorb his 12th de de-I
I de-I feat of the year Ray Boone drove
in two Tiger run with a double
J and a single.

Death At 116
' CANOOA. PARK. Calif,- June
37 (UP) Mrs. JuanlU Caxriollo.
who had only been seriously 111
once la her life, died here Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday at the age of 116.
Mrs. carrlllo's son, Juxt carrt-
Ho. 63, said his mother collapsed
and died after asking for a drink
of water.
- She left IS grandchildren and
43 freat-grandchlldren, I

Apartments

ATTENTION. 0. 1.1 Jest halh)
. wfdatn furaiihea' aparrmeats, 1,"
2 haa-reeow. feat, caM
Pheae Panama J-4941.
FOR RENT: A three-bedree-apartment,
with two bath. Ilv-htg-dining
room, kitchen,- maM'a
room with awn bath, washrnb,
garage, ana' hat, water facilities.
Far further detail call Panama
3-1292, CIA. DULCIDIO GON GONZALEZ
ZALEZ GONZALEZ N S. A. ft-v,..
FOR RENTir-Spacieu twe-bed-.
room unfurnished apartment
, fine residential dictriet, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661 I
during office Jiours.. 1
FOR RENTS Completsly fur-
nished efficiency apartment. Air
conditioned. Elevator s e r v i s e.
Utilities and linen furnished.
Parking facilities. Call at Trepi Trepi-eana
eana Trepi-eana Building between S a.m. eV
12 noon sad 2 to 4 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-;
merit with hot weter, $60. Via
Poms Ne. 101. Phone 3-2568.
FOR'RENT:' Bella Vista. New New-made
made New-made r n apartment building.
Large living-dining, full bath,
bedroom, spacious kitchen,
breakfast nook. Efficiencies also,
available. 3-6677.
FOR RENTs One 2-bedroom
and one 1 -bedroom furnished
apartment, $90 and $75 month monthly,
ly, monthly, at Ne. 48 National Ave. For
appointment call Cecolt 3985.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment in Bella Vista. 3 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, drawing dining
roam, kitchen, maid's ream,
$135. Apply: 47th Street No.
17. left.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartments,
ments, apartments, 2 bedroom, $80. One
bedroom $70. Ground floor, G.I.
inspected. Jose do Fabrega Ave. -No.
16, Pasadana. Phono 3 3-2411.
2411. 3-2411. FOR RENT: I -bedroom apart apart-'ment,
'ment, apart-'ment, furnished. 1 Via Belfearie
Poms 168.
FOR RENTs Madam furnished
apartment $90. 5 let Street Ne.
30. Call 1-2097.
WASHINGTON James tt. Pick
ens of Somerset, Md., on becom
ing a father at at:
"I'm not a celebrity ana i aon t
want to be one."
MILWAUKEE, WisVice Pres-
dent Richard M. Nixon, warning
that bie cuts in. Jtne ueiense ouag-
et wouia endanger u. a. securny
"I say that anyone who would
make substantial cuts in the de
fense budget below the amounts
recommended is taxing a nsx witn
America's security which the A-
merican people will not and should
not support."
UllMr Inllini. Ptiillin Wvli
immntlnf tint Riiryrmn Court
decision' cannot stop obscenity in
the United States:
"The American people are more
preoccupied with sex and 'more
frightened by it than any others.
We're just an obscene people."
NEW YORK Actress Prances'
Farmer whose drinking and tern
perament landed her in a mental
institution 14 years ago, on her
decision to try to restart her ca
reerr .t x
"1 weighed the baxards of show
business againstt be security of
private life, and J decided to xe-
..... mtlm
HUNTSVILLE, Ala-Col. John
C Nicktrson on the punishment
he expects to receive at his trial
for leaking guided missile secrets:
"I don t think I will get more
than a reprimand, which is all I
deserve."
WILLIAMSBURG. Va.. Demo
cratic Gov. Stephen L. R. McNic McNic-hols
hols McNic-hols of Colorado on President Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's proposed federal federal-state
state federal-state study:
"We'll .cooperate one thousand
per cent; we'll be the No. 1 guy
in. the parade."-"
NEW YORK John Van Doren,
28, a university American history
teacher, on his quit expert broth brother
er brother Charles, his father historian,
Mark, and bis late uncle, author
Carl:
i ..
Tin used to being identified as
nephew, now I'm identified as my
my Miner s son or my uncle'
brotner mother. Since Charlie
won 3129.000 on TV, I now find it
exceedingly easy to cash a check.'
Clayton Cagers
Swamp Marlboro
Loot flight the Pert Cleyteei
basketball team trounced the
Marlboro enMrtait of Colon SI to
SI at Reactor Gym.
Jim ReynaM seosrSeadd the
Clayton. aVive errtH 21 ewinra.
Tornmet Sent Williams etetod
wetk IX For rho Users. Lerey
Onoai ana) Perranele Tens were

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LltAVB TOBB AD Wrm -ONBOP OUR AGENTS OB OUB OFFICES' AT U-St "ITT- aTHEEIV' PANAMA t.IBHERIA TREQIADO 7 Street'; N. JJ AGENCl AS
INTERNAL. DK rUBtlCACIONES N. 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOURUtS PHARMACV-182 .La J-arrssjiui lo FARMAOIA LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 2 'B" Street O MORBI80N-44h of July Ave. A J St LEWIS SERVICE Ave, Tivoli No. 4 O FABMACIA tSTADOS UN1DOS-H Cenfajl Ave.
. u -i in. a ..M..,. uniiGranin nrnnucr t v. Am i Aw- Vn li a tYTY finMV Junto Arosemena Ave. end 3:t 8t. m rARMACIA

VAN-rER-Jia-6e Stra No. SI a FABMACIA EL BATURaO Fuaue Leitvr

the Belle Viita Tbeetre.
Automobiles
FOR SALIt-i-156 teti StaliW
Wagon V-8, passengers, many,,
extras, 6700 miles. Call Dr. Dr.-Bernstein,
Bernstein, Dr.-Bernstein, Balboa 2-6312 or 2-
6432. ;v,-',KVti!f'
FOR SALE: -1953 Ford 6-cyl-inder,
Custom Line black, white
sidewall tires, radio, undercoat,
hone 2-1497. v
FOR SALE 1950 Oldimobile
Convertible,.1' oT-cyl., hydramatic,'
mtor, brakaa completely over over-,
, over-, Jtauled, New paint, tires, battery.
Top peed.. V e r y" reasonable.
2 169-A 8th East Street, CUranr
do. Phone 13-5126 1
FOR SALE art in. 1949
Oldimobile, pood condition. A A-merican
merican A-merican owner. $250. Phone
Panama 3-7387 ar 3-6057.
FOR SALE I 1939 Pdntlac Pick,
up, duty paid,, $85. Telephone
5.336. ...; ..
FOR SALE: 1948 Chevrolet
' Station Wagon,, good condition
radio, good tires, Phone Cristpbel
.1343. v..
Are yeii going the right direction
(or your auto repair. Go to 1 6th
St. Melendex, Garage Johnston
guaranteed auto repairs. Phono
456-A, Colon.
FOR SALE: 1941 6-cylinder
Oldimobile s o d e m. Sacrificing
$115. Phone 3-3424 (9-12
mornings); 3-5 evenings); 3
5279 (residence).
FOR SALEs 1953 'Cambridge"
Plymouth 4-door sedan, excel excel-lent
lent excel-lent condition, duty paid. Sacri.
fice at $575. Phon 3-7043. s
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S A.!,
Packer '- Shipper Mover
Phone 2 .2451 Z-2562
Laarn Riding at
PANAMA RI0IN6 SCHOOL
Riding or Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 P.m. Phono 2-2451
. or by appointment.
LIFE INSURANCE
' -call -
;3 'VJiM-KiixiE ri-
" fGeneral Agent 1
' Gibraltar Uft) Ins. Co. .;
, for rates and Information
TeL Panama t-OSSS i
expert; travel n
v ARRANGEMENTS
' Fidanqae Travel Service
,',V.'-r.;V:
Tl. Pan. 2-1661
"Slha Teen Kim dews1 -.
BODI REDUCING -MeLevy
ItacUnea, Haaaace
Steam Bath seale ead trial
Medical beUa, erth bracae.
0RT0PED1A NACI0NAL
SB Av. Jmte Areaemeaa S-11
Oc SCaoiX trained CbbrepesUst
Visit Our
CAMERA
Deportment
.V. ask for Bill
IK C Maduro Jr.
a
Acne B Baace Naeteaal
C COLON
E.B. O'Brien
Is Appointed
Terminals Chlel
f! B. O'Brien, assistant saperla
tendenf of Terminal Division, bas
been appointed atctinl superinten
dent of toe Uivlsmod io ancceea a.
E. Bet wbo is retirtnc from serv
ice at fbe end of this month, ae-
cordinc to a notice issued by B
I. Ererson. Transportatioa and
Terminals Director.
O'Brien was bora in Alexandria,
Va. H betas bis work ea the
Isthmus January. 1938, as a clert
for Panama Railroad la the Re-
Mivine and Forwardinf Afency.
now the Terminals Division. Since
1S5S, be has be Id the position of
assistant superintendent,
Randolph IL Wikingstad, (ener (ener-al
al (ener-al atevedore foreman, has been
appointed aetini assistant svperin-
taodeou j
,"-.'...
. Wikiaptad was bora la Psxaiso,
C. Z., and .- was employed
June, 1929, a a "Boy in the
Mechanical Division. He bas ben
feneral stevedore ioremaa since
1954. : v-
.Both appointaieritj are already
rneruve since, eect enterea ter
SBiaal leave this week, -

, i (,

Miscellaneous
r FOR SALE: Wuriitier. Baby
. Grand Plana, good t condition.
. Phone Curundu 6217.' Quarters
2227-G. ,.(
FOR SALI: Infliih (addle and
pad,' gaod condition. Call Balboa
4427.
FOP, SALE: Cheap. Small pia-;
'.: 3rd of November Sreet,:
House 3-91, Room 1, downstairs,
Panama. n.
SKINDIVIRSr Finest Italian
equipment In stock now. MARES
SPORT masks, fins and guns
preferred by world experts. We
have plenty of Ipar parts also.
Agendas Crawford.
FOR SALE: Wooden Venetian
.: blinds for duplex. Twelve 34x52,
two 27x45 good condition. 1 947
Bulck 4-door, good transports,
tion, good tites, battery. Call 2"
3254. aiV,..

is,
J itstt I t
1 r-i;;:'-.;: i 1
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j hi mmn i -ii- rf-aj to-.MMm-rf'--'
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FIRST STAMPS Jamts Ridge rleht)Tjiake delivery of vthe ;
first "Chlco de Oro" stamps to Balbino V, Corredelra, manager
of one of the several stores which will distribute the stamps,
amoog- their customers. Prizes will be given for albums which
;vv are filled with, the stamps. .
: " ''
. s
Trading Stamp Craze Hits RP

Soon at Chico
Thn at.amrj-savlntr craze Is ex
oected to nit Panama next
Mondav: according to an an
nouncement made today by two
local Insurance asjents.
Jim Ridge and Dick Deiuin-
eer said toaav inav ute oui-
cial inauguration of a new type
of store for Panama, tne x;m
co de Oro" Premium. Center,
would take place July 1.
Thev explained that the store
is the only, one of its kind here
in that the. Keneral public pur
chases all types of merchandise
with stamps instead of money.
Similar stamp plans have had
wide and favorable acceptance
throughout the united states
and several other Latin .Amer
ican countries.
The plan is being brought to
Panama.; through the coopera
tion of many of the leading
merchants in various fields.
They are participating mem
bers.
Each of the member stores
will 'give completely free to
each' of their customers the
"Chlcq" stamp savings booklets,
also a bhlco stamp for every
oime that u spent In each
store.' v.-v "-.
The- eustornfer s a v s the
stamps In the booklet (stamps
from ail member stores can be
put In the same book). When
It Is filled, the owner take the
Lov7 Bid For Roofing
Hade By Porras Co.
Low bids for tbe roofing of tbe
entrance and tbe covered passage
of Building 287, formerly tbe Ao-
con Dispensary and for tbe re re-roofini
roofini re-roofini of the fire station barracks
at Madden Wye, were entered by
Porraa and Ga., S.A. and Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Unidas. S-A.
Tbe bid were opened Wednes
day morning in tbe Administration
Building at Balboa HeigbU.
Tbe Porras Company enured a
bid of tlXM for too roofing of
tbe former Aacoa Dispensary. Out Outer
er Outer bidders were Industrial Unidas.
S-A-v Federal Roofing and Paint Painting,
ing, Painting, and Chain Sinrb. ; -A
low bid of 1599.45 was made
by Industrial Unidss for tbe re re-roofing
roofing re-roofing of tbe building in the
aladdea Wye area. Oilier contrac
tors Risking offers oa the work
were? Feder! Roofing and Faint
ing. B. Sw Lallv and Cbaia &nga.

1 Street 4 FABMACIA "SAS" VU Forras 1U NOVEDAOES ATH1S .Beside

,A ' ' t J'
Boats & Motors
. FOR SALI-4Q'ft. farmer Army
J Seat,- fully equipped, (diesel
power); Call 2-357S. .
FOR SALE: Boat,- 12 fact. 10
horsepower Johnson, all accesso-
ries. Call McRoberti 4-596 after
5:00. - I
' SUBSTANTIAL R (.W A R D for
Minding bey's 24" Huffy Delux
bicycle,' red frame, black, trim,
chromium fenders, rims,' white
tires. Has horn, light, speedome speedometer.
ter. speedometer. New. Phone 86-3143. Bicy Bicy-,
, Bicy-, cle lost on v Albreek Sunday or ;
Monday. ,
REWARD: For the person who
finds my lost bifocal oyaglassss:
, in -black case. Stempel, 32nd St.
and Ave. Balboa, i f.
de Ord Center
booklet to the Chlco 1 de Oro
Premium Center on Just Aro Arosemena,
semena, Arosemena, there to exchangn it
for ;; the'' premium .of.",' their
choice (PA-C);;-;;;,r
Rainier, .Gracef
Arecctm
Hclrriun.bcr2 1
MONACO, June. t7 (Un (Unofficial
official (Unofficial soaroes disclosed today
that Prince Rainier and Prin Princess
cess Princess Grace are expecting a
second child.
I mora that the Princess,
tbe former American movie
star Grace Kellywas expecting
, another baby had been cirai cirai-latlng
latlng cirai-latlng around the tiny prlncl.
pality for some time bat offi officials
cials officials bad denied It.. ',
No ..offklaF Announcement
was made today, but sonrees
said the motors were tree.
Tbe first child 'of Prince
Rainier aad Princess Grace,
-Princes Caroline, was born
five months ago oa Jan. 23.
RFghi To YiIhhbId
Passports Upheld S
By Court Of Appeals
WASHINGTON. June 37 (UP)
The U. S. Court of Appeals up upheld
held upheld today the Secretary of
State's right to withhold pass passports
ports passports from persons who refuse to
submit non-communist affida affidavits.,
vits., affidavits., .-.-.:'- V r''"
The court acted on appeals fil
ed bv artist Rockwell Kent and
by Walter Briehl. a Los Aneele?
psychiatrist. Both had declined
to say whether or not they had
been communists, contending
that the demand for such a
statement was unlawful
The cases were heard by an
elght)ud?e bench. The vote was
five to two on the main issue.
Circuit Judge- Charles Fahy
vanted to send the taeue back tc
the Secretary of State agaia.

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FOR SALE: Westintjheus up.
right frepter,'. 1S-cu. ft.,' like'
new. Albraok. 86-3194, Qrrs.
-FOR SALE: -n Dining table, top
40 x 60 in.', extends to 40 x 84
in., with two 1 2-in. leaves, solid,
light mahogany with six chairs,
SI75.Balboa 3284.
SERVICES
The bast dinners and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel Internacional "Pla "Pla-la
la "Pla-la 5 da Mayo.
Jehovah Vifnesses
Holding ConVsnlion
Early KextMonlh
'The Watch Tower Bible tnd
Tract Society will sponsor a three-
day Circuit Assembly of Jehovah's
witnesses in Colon Friday,, Satur Saturday
day Saturday and Sunday, July 5, 6,; and: 7.
The convention, .which will be held
in the Colon Arena 6th and FTont
St., : is for Bible instruction y arid
concentrated gospel preaching. k j.
The: assembly will nnen nn Ffi.
day night at 6:45 p.m. and' will
continue: on Saturday and Sunday
with morning and evenin? ses
sions of Bible talks. discusion
and demonstrations which, are o-
ped to tbe public without charge.
" Sixteen similar assemblies will
be held in the United States. Eng England
land England 6nnt1.Mil j
waU.In view of the rapid expan expansion
sion expansion in Panama, the Colon Arena
nas Deen cnosen, Jehovah s wit
nesses now nave 37 congregations
throughout .Hhe Republic and the
t-anai .one, worldwide -there are
16,24a conerpsations in iro Hifw.
enf lands and -isles of the sea according-
to the 1957 Yearbooks :
A. v.- Raper. gupervlsor for trie
Watch Tower Society's branch-in
Panama will- be -. the : principal
speaker of the event. He will ap appear
pear appear on the program aQ three days
and will deliver the main public
address at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Julv
7. His subject '; is "Removinif tha
Barriers Dividing Mankind."
r Delegates-from all parts of 'the
Republic will ttt:fovifc:::

The Grcalesl Advenfure 01 All Time "TARZAII AI!D HIE
lOJUAFAlir bpening Torirro Al The BELLA ,VIJTA i

The latest adventure of 'Tartan, kins; of
tbe Jurtrle, are brotirht to the sercea in
TARZAN AKD THE LOST SAFARI, playing
tomorrow at tbe BELLA VISTA THEATRE,
first of tbe excitinr escapist dramas created
by Edrr Rice Barroughs, to be fimed in
wide screen and color. Added realixm ri
thrill are afforded the new production, Vj
tbe fart that its exteriors and barkrroonds
were filmed ea location In British East Afri

WANTED: A TV-radie repair repair-;
; repair-; man and stock order dark. Apply
' to Carundu Radio. Shop, 4:30
p.m. to 10 p.m. Phone 83-21 19.

WANTED! Stenographer, bi
lingual, experienced, good spell- V
ar, Columbia Picture, Eusebie A'.
Morales Avenue,
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL. CX
.,' labia's Saloon "Bar and Restau-
rant." The most beautiful show
In Panama. "Ritmos Cariocas,"
v; with the Braxilian vedette Divar
vDi Olivcira; Two-Gun Smokey,
Sonia Zuleta, and Gladys Mitre.
. Two shows every night except
. Monday 9:30 and 12:30 a.m.
Dancing with a Cuban group, and
good feed. Regular prices with
' ne cover charge. Bahia't Saloon,
s Balboa Avenue in Panama.
Disarmament I'evs
Stopped Rally ; :
In Stocks Yesterday
NEW YORK." June 27 (UP)
A modest stock market rally was
stopped snort : yesterday with
news the Soviet Union had a a-greed
greed a-greed to a new American disarm
ament proposal, tf-.'
. The advance had been a small
one, on light turnover, jvith Just
tt few features ittj the alrcrafts.
televisions' and miscellaneous' is issues.
sues. issues. : :; ...i ;. v
The later selllnp- venerated no
more activity ana volume tor tne
session totaled, .-only .; 1,870,000
shares, lightest since April 5,
compared with a 2,000,000 share
total Tuesdav. i;-.. '3. "" ,;
? Announcement ". that kussla had
agreed 'in. principle' '.to a -new.
American proposal for mothhall-
ing ships, planes, tanks and guns
in a move toward East-West dis
armament raised the Question of
spending rota KiM:M 4
Alrcrafts,: which had had eiins
ranging -over a point, wre pared
to v : fracuonai Imp rovement.
North i- American Aviation," and
BOeing were the t' iy's most jae jae-tlve
tlve jae-tlve issues. Leading steels v,de v,de-clined
clined v,de-clined fractionally r and a there
were 'drops of losr to 3 in. Lu Lu-keha.
keha. Lu-keha. VA in ybungstownl Sheet
and Tube. ; ;r f :
Eastman' Kodak, soft aQ. day,
closed down more than 2 .points
and wlth Du Pont, off a point,
and American Telephone," down
more than one,'herped puU down
the industrial average, by .1.20
points to 50O.7& j, ; V. --H
.Rails held a small average gain
-U44 point to 145.30 chiefly re reflecting
flecting reflecting a 2 point rise In Kansas
4.

ca and the Belgian Congo, both sections of
whirr are replete with tbe exotie folia re,
stream and water-falls, volcanic craters and
the wSd animals of the Dark Continent
which alway play an Important part In Tar-
aan's perilous Joncle acreratarea. v
Dont fort-ef, TAR2AN AVD TKE LOT
SAFARI opens tomorrow at the BELLA VIS VISTA
TA VISTA Theatre.

WANTED: Mala clerk with am.

pie experience as sterekeepor
; and knowledge in dispatching
spar parts end accessories. 'Good
alary. Call Panama 3-1060, be
tween 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. ;
WANTED: Receptionist. Must
have neat' appearance: and be
able to speak English and Span
-ish fluently. Apply tot Tropica
na, between t end 10 a.m.
Real Estate
FOR SALE Lot in Golf Height,
2000 sq. mts. (40 mts. front frontage).
age). frontage). Phone 3-0238 during of office
fice office hours or 3-1 198. V
i. WANTED: Mala dog, Gsrmsa
' Shepherd or Doberman PinsChar,
about five months old. Call I
1279:.
- V..vv,-,1.
Clerk-Sfcna Jobs 7
Vacant At Albrook
- Several clerk-stenographer po
siuons lor united states citi
zens will become vacant in, tht
near (future at Albrook : Air
Force 'Base,.-Air Force, spokes
men announced toaay. ? s
. Minimum 'qualification re requirements
quirements requirements for 'these jobs ar
45. words per minute Lt,' typing;
and SO words; per minute .for
.shorthand ... iY:
- r. i ':-le:c-:'
Applications should be mad
on standard Form 57. "ADDlica-
which may be obtained at tht)
Civilian Personnel Office. Build
ing 800, Albrook Air Force Base,
and are to oe submitted dur
ing the hours of a.m. to 11:30)
a.m. h"'-
CtttyrSouthemi utilities were off
.33. point, to-rfiO.37 with losses of
arouncr a point In Commonwealth
Edison, peoples Gas, Southern
xjamornia Edison. : ; ;
' Television-stocks, up -mora
than 3 points in Zenith at on
time op anticipation of early
pay-as-you-see television via a
method, free- from governmental
regulation, oacKea down witn tne
rest of ithe' market. Zenith closed
wAt&.a loss of y4 point. .;....
FOR RENT-3-bdroein apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bathrooms, largo dining
and living roam,- aeparata maid'''
room fbh .bath, garage, unfur unfur-nlshadr
nlshadr unfur-nlshadr in High cool locality.' all
screened,., in' El Cangreio. Sam
. but 3 -bedroom. Phone office
, hours'2-0321, after office hour
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Vave of Critiiisni Unchecked

t'Ai OHitieselflay: Red Regime

iunwri vrwr: June ?i tvf)
J Tlii "literature professor -stood be-
' forhe political iOiscusu uc-
' 'Tti nonnl can blow VOU QOWn.
TkL kill Communists;. J.ne
1 4 nk oin nvor throw VOU.
t WChBse -words poke openly, in
thr- capital City of Kea cnina:
,SoVtn by a, Chinese inteUectual
an-distributed by newspaper to
-itbe public ano uience 10
e)rn world. ; w '
t be -iransplrlng In .Communist
"China today. Whether it is Ust
riritsxintr to demonstrate
Jtfiat-lthere is; freedom of opinion
'seen. ,
V5B there are Indications .that
the Cemmoniits deliberately, pre pre-'
' pre-' JibkM criticism and new are
r fc gMlnf te keefr If from fletting
J wVof hand. r t k ',
t. Tb June 22 issue- of the party
'newspaper, the Feiping Peoples'
.Dailys-Jias just reached here., It
1 contains a remarkable, editorial
declaring that there are elements
r wfthm the nation who "imagine
' that conditions now are similar
teTiXbse in Hungary: on the eve
'oRthe Hungarian incident." 1
ii'Ihe Chinese masses4isagree
Mhe critics- of the Communist
renlme because they in j o y e r-
Mrtjelming numbers support social social-iim.it
iim.it social-iim.it concluded. 5 j
. 1hS editorial bears all the hall hall-mafki
mafki hall-mafki at having been, carefully
aemitinized at the top level The
Cfthat it should appear "at-; all
weather Or Not
If'
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is
cause for wonder among West
ern observers.
The new twist began after the
speech by party Chairman Mao
lse-tunr last February in which
he approved greater freedom of
expreviMun auu uiuuiu w lu
py- '. .
it, waa meanr Mr irniii
writart, playwrights, acientista
and ether "senier" intellectwaia.
But criticisms began to get out
of control in the latter part of
Mar as more and more outspoken
critics began denouncing the par
ty leadership.
The most severe 'criticism came
bet from the literature 1 professor at
hue Pemine Chinese People's Uni
versity, no Jfei-cni. his speecn
was made, on June 7. It was not
until June 20 that the party news newspapers
papers newspapers attacked him and describ described
ed described his statements, as- "extreme
ly harmful to socialism'':! an d
"smelling strongly of ; extreme
right leanings." ;v
.western resident ccorrespondents
in Feiping send out their first re
ports of strong criticisms of the
party on June U. y f j
One of that was By f ne gov government
ernment government Minister dr I I m ki r
and industry. Dr. Le Long Chi
who was educated at New Yerk's
Fro Nationalist Chinese ihere
proXes to see in the; criticism
the "beginning of the fall of com
muhism" in mainland China
where there aire only ; 12,000,000
party members among 600.00u.000
people,'-,;..; :
uommumsu in ttiong Aong repiy
that the controversy shows the
Peiping Aeglme is truly a People's
dictatorship which, freely.' accepts
criticism from the people.
Installer Of Zone
Lemual B.. 'Trout, forflier em employe
ploye employe of the Communications
Branch, died June 21 in. Cooper
Hospital near Gloucester, N.J.,
after a long illness. He was 55
years old. ,.'.'..
iA auve : Of rnuaaeipma, ra.,
Mr. Trout came to the isthmus in
192 as one of the technicians from
the Automatic Electric Co. to in in-ataU
ataU in-ataU the automaUc telephone sys system
tem system in the Canal Zone, He joined
the Canal rgamzauon ue iouow iouow-ing
ing iouow-ing year as an automatic tele tele-pbone
pbone tele-pbone switchman. '
IVith short break in his serv service,
ice, service, he remained in the Commu Communications
nications Communications Branch until 1954 when
he returned to the United States.
Since that time he has been living
in unin ana new triej.
Surviving him are his wife Mrs.
Kathleen Trout; of Curundu; two
sons, Walter E., of Diablo UeighU
and James of New Jersy; end a
brother, Fred R. Trout who resides
In Margarita.
Funeral services were held Mon Mon-day.
day. Mon-day.
Peter Townsend
Looks For Indiansi
In Midwest USA
EMMETSBURG, Iowa, June 27
(UP) RAF, Capt; Petr Town Town-send,
send, Town-send, a former suitor of Princess
Mfrgsret of Eneland, now travel traveling
ing traveling across ccountry in a small car
had to show Ms naispo" ror iaen-
tificition to 'cash a check, here
yefterday .':- ''''
- H flrove uirouan towa 7ecr
At in a small Enelish.car which
ha said got 45 miles to a gallon of
-8. He: was no recognuea unui
he showed his passport to-" cash
th- -h-k ..
Although he declined to talk
about his romantic link with the
Eneliih Princeas. Townsend had
worAi ot nraiae for his car and
xnreaaed- amazement at the ab-
u..rn of Indians in the Midwest.
H. eomolaiaed that he hadn't
eeea one Indian. -,
Typhoon Virginia
Kills 16 Formbsans
TOKYO. June 27 (UP Trphoon
Virginia, the first big blow of the
tea-en m the Fa.Est, baa kill killed
ed killed U persons, injured scores and
left more than IS ooo others homo homo-kss
kss homo-kss ia souther Formosa, author authorities
ities authorities said, today.
The casualties occurred despite
the fact that the full fury of the
tone did not hit the Ulan
The UA. Air Force. weat"r bu
reau placed the. tester f the
dot m edght at a wit 2St smles
aorthwett at Okinawa. It was
miit northeast at a speed ot
25 miles per hour.
Pictures Of Grace
During Pregnancy
Vetoed By Rainier
ROME. Jum V (LP) A eouree
aboard the Ul carrier Fsrreatal
said today Prince Ramier of Mo Mo-sac
sac Mo-sac CMsored aB ptetares tn
wtach Prtocese Grace appeared
(Tenant ring their recent vitit
t the ship.
The aourre tatd wea arastf e-
mnu were de for the visit.
Rainier ttsie the lirnt te
censer aJJ efficfa pbougrapha.

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32nd YEAR

Special Governors

Up To iron Out US

WILLIAMSBURG, Va., June" 27
(UP) .--The nation's governors
voted yesterday to set. up a spe
cial committee to work with Pres President
ident President Eisenhower on ways to turn
certain federal activities and tax
sources back to the states.
.. The resolution adopted at t h e
closing session of the annual Gov Governors.
ernors. Governors. Conferencel set- forth no
Specific goals like those laid down
by- Eisenhower in a, Monday night
speech. But it, said the: committee
would work with the government
toward "definite proposals." :
The governors, also adopted i a
resolution: expresing their "col "collective
lective "collective concern' that the effective effectiveness
ness effectiveness of the FBI not be harmed by
the Supreme Court decision open opening
ing opening FBI files to 'defendants -:in
certain government 'cases. ; :
. Th vernert. wha will meet
in Ftorida- next .: year ender.
their 1957 'meeting after electing
fficrs andhearing.Chairman
Lewis B. Straus e the Atomic
Energy Cemmifisen report at a -c
lesed session Vclean"; atom,
ic weapons and peaeefjl noeler
development. -f .VV-iv "A ,.'. -Strauss
said aerwaraUhe gov
ernors' indicated concern y o vet
radioactive fallout.: : He naid he
told them that the United States
had learned to make weapons 95
pe cent "Clean;'.Healso said
private -industry- would, spend half
a buiioilaliars this year in peace
ful tomic; dewldpmenU A H
: .rniny -wo governors r. awenomg
natural resources panel sent Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower a telegram urging him
to curtail oil import in the inter
ests of national security. The tele-.;
gram was drafted by- Governors
Raymond Gary of Oklahoma and
Price Daniel of Texas.i-i
mother sovernors at the" round
table appealed for greater- protec
tion for domestic production ot
minerals. Several "Western cover
nors specifically cited the lead and
sine mining Industries. r
. The cenferenee, lse adopted
resolutions en' highway ufaty, ufaty,-'the
'the ufaty,-'the National Guard,,' military
'pay, air' pelluttM and interest
. rated -n bond ,-;fer capital ex expenditure'
penditure' expenditure' Hr itchaol cenitruc cenitruc-tien
tien cenitruc-tien The Resolutions Committee
offered no proposal en th touch
y eiuestien of federal aid to ed ed-'ucatien.
'ucatien. ed-'ucatien. 1 -' '-1 A-j
- The resolution on federal-state
Peronisla Refugees
jailed Jn 'Uruguay;
He W A$?1ollers
I i MONTEVIDEO, Jine 27 (UP)
I Fifteen Argentine refugees, lnciud
ne ei?ht members of. ousted ex
President Juan. D., Peron'a "count-
er
revolutionary- general staff,
have 'been interned as subversive
Blotter", it 'was announced today.
Interior Minister Hector Grau-
ert an1 Federal Police Chiet Al
berto Mussio told the presidenual
council mat P e r o o i s t refugees
have been using Uruguay as a base
for anu 'Argentine activities.
Captured 'documents indicated
that Peronists in this country were
organized as a "delegated com command,"
mand," command," voerating under orders
sent by the deposed Argentine dic
tator s from; his present home in
Venezuela. s ;
The papera in the case included
extensive correspondence between
Peron and hw Deutenanu nere.
The internees include CoL Er
nesto D' Onofrio. chief of the couit-
ter-TevolutknaTy staff; Pascual N.
Prt tt civilian rrtr-' Ho-i
racio, Aramboure, administrativo
ki. .mm am HMnrrfin.tnra.
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PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1957

activities called for the proposed
special committee to work r with
the federal government on ways
and means of attaining a sound
relationship of functions and fi
nances between the federal gov
ernment and .the, states." .. .
The speciat committee will be
named by Goy., William G. Strat-
inn nt tllinAia ? njwlvl ani A tfhair.
for the Governors Conference.
In : a speech to the governors
Monday : nightv Eisenhower had
called for creation of a federal federal-state
state federal-state task force to designate func
tions "now performed by the:fed the:fed-eral
eral the:fed-eral government which the states
could assume and finance.
He- said the task, force a 1 s o
should recommend adjustments in
federal-' and state taxes, and point

Rdclcefeer Looses; Missile
Iri Favor-Of Army Colonel

ttNTSVILLE, Ala;,. June 27
(UP)-- Dr. "Werhher .von Rraun,
German born creator of tno nrst
ballistic rocket, testified yesterday.
that; Col. John U.T XSicicerson jr.
acted to preserve: national securb
ty when lie protested a curb on
Armv missile work...
But Nickerson acted on bis own
Initiative when he "did what he
did," Von Braun said, and not un under
der under orders; from auperiorr
'-i'.f. r'.i'i", 'iV. i '.X
.' The former German V-2 expert
now a naturalized American en
tho iballlstid misileS foam at
Redston eArSenal here, admitted
that Nickerson did not exercise
good security : Judgment several
times. ,;. -.'., ",. '5 -Once,
. Von Braun said tinder
cross-examination, was when Nick Nick-erson
erson Nick-erson took home documents detail detailing
ing detailing performance and expectations
of the Army's Jupiter missile. The
documents were found in the colo colonel's
nel's colonel's home by a : search team in
the investigation of leaks arising
from Nickerson't protest memos.
The big, blond -von Braun was
the second member of the ex-German
team to support Nickerson at
his court martial for failing to
safeguard military secreti.
Nickerson already bad pleaded
guilty and the defense was pre presenting
senting presenting witnesses designed to have
a mitigating effect on his sen
tence, which- possibly could run to
30 years,' 1 heavy tines and. dis dismissal
missal dismissal from the Army.
- Led by special defense counsel
Ray H. Jenkins, Von Braun said
Nickerson acted on behalf of se
curity instead of trying to endang
er it -when he protested the deci
sion allocating 1,500-rmie range
missiles to the Air Force. He ex
plained that Nickerson believed' un
less the Army could perfect its
Jupiter weapon in that class no
other' agency could fill the align
ment. f.
..The fix that Nickeraen is new
In, Ven Braun said, is the result
of his dedicetien. te the Army
program. The fact that tho Rus Russian
sian Russian were .net fattting on their
hands" in missile work edfed te te-the
the te-the colonel's concern,. Ven Braun
said. '. '
Von Braun said the missile a-
gency here would like to have Nic
kerson back as coordinator and
liaison -nan and he pointed out
that no auccessor has been nam
ed since the colonel was relieved
of duty pending trial
Befencui Nickeraoi
Defending .Nickerson's bringing
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Group Set
Problems
out fields in which joint federal-
state action was called for.
The Presicfcnt's' proposal
drew a mixed reaction with a
number of governors, chiefly
Democrats, predicting that 'i it
would lead nowhere. One gover governor
nor governor said the resolution adopted
today wa -"a compromise" of
the various viewpoint! represent
ed at the Williamsburg meeting.
Besides Stratton those elected to
the Executive Committee were
Govs. Orval .E. Faubus of Arkan
sas, Goodwin J. Knight of Calif
ornia, Edmund S. Muikie ,of
Maine, Luther H. Hodges of North
Carolina, John E.. Davis of North
Dakota, George Bell Timmerman
Jr. of bouth Carolina, Joseph B.
Johnson of .Vermont and Albert
D. Rosellim of Washineton
;of the Army case- to the fore in
memos to "unauthorized persons,'
Von Braun- said that "if things
are kept too secret, there will be
no weapons because there will be
no nioney for them."
'Von. Braun said Army secrecv
was mure strict than in the other
services, Hut on cross-examination
he was, reminded by the Army
counsel that he had said at 'a pre pretrial
trial pretrial hearing : it was not strict
enough.
Von. Braun1 explained it would
be desirable to have 100 per cent
secrecy throughout the services
but you could only have that in
a dictatorship where : the taxpay taxpayers
ers taxpayers and Congress have no say.
f'Alse on cross Examination,
Von Braun was asked if he knew
Erik. Bergaust, to wham Nicker-?
son admitted sending classified
. documents,- had appliad for a
passport to. Russia. Bergaust is
the Norwegian-born editor of
Rockets and Missiles magazine.
, ,Von Braun said he knew of nn
such application ?by Bergaust but
did know he had traveled abroad
to an international sstrnWica!
meeting.
At 5:30 p.m. Von Braun rcHr1
with the 10-member court to elab
orate on his testimony at a closed
session where classified matter
was to be discussed.. There was no
open court today.-
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iTeamster Veep
Found Guilty
Of Contempt
WASHINGTON. June 27 (VP)
A federal judge today convicted
rrank W. Brewster, a vice presi president,
dent, president, of the giant Teamsters U-
nion. of contempt t Coneress for
refusing to testify before the Sen
ate Investigations subcommittee a-
bout labor racketeering.
Brewster'promntlv announced he
would appeal to the U.S. Court of
Appeals on grounds 'the Supreme
Court recently laid down new rules
for questioning congressional wit witnesses.
nesses. witnesses. T
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He faces a maximum penalty oi
one year in jail and a $1,000 fine.
.Federal Judge John J. Sirica,
wno found iBrewster guilty of all
31 counts ot the indictment in the
absence of a jury, deferred sen sentence
tence sentence pending completion at a
routine, probation report. Brewster
was continued free on $1,000 bond.
Brewster, head of the Teamster
ll-state Western Conference, was
charged: with contempt after he
refused to answer questions of the
Senate Investigations subcommit
tee, an arm of the Senate Govern Government
ment Government Operations Committee.
He argued that the subcommit
tee lacked authority to lookinto
labor matters which he said had
nothing to do with government af affairs.
fairs. affairs. He later answered questions
oeiere a committee set up espe-
ciauy oy tne- &enatOvtd mvestieate
laoor-management racKeteenng.
The defense claimed .this ours
ed Brewster of contempt. ;
But Judge Sirica ruled the ini
tial Investigation dealt with union
reports uled with the government.
Furthermore, he said, "it is sett-
vu aa ias iiUbi at vuui IV ex l ivaob,
that the defense of purging in
I Oft in it a forloral nAimia eat lAoof
criminal contempt has been abo
lished."
Brewster was. not' oresent to
hear the verdict. He was attend
ing the annual meetinz of the
Teamsters .Western Conference in
San Diego, Calif., where he was
reappointed chairman on Monday
by 'teamsters President r pave
Beck.
The. judge handed down his ver
dict after brushing aside a last last-minute
minute last-minute -appeal for a postponement
by defense attorney John Pick
ens.

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IDC Ooils As

Argues Citizens' Rights

, By 'LYLE 'CJ WILSON
WASHINGTON;." June 27 VlIPU-
Jkiuj ciiy 13 uuuiok Wlin. 11SCUS
sion of recent Supreme Court opi
nions in the field of individual con.
stituuonai rights i as opposed to
federal prosecutors and congres congressional
sional congressional investigators.
: There has been nothing like It
since tne middle 1930s wnen the
nigh court junked some of the key
legislation of .FDR's New Deal
uovernment prosecutors are : ap-
paiiea oy tne implications of the
court s new version of ... constita
tional law, - ,
'This week's steamy discueion
Of the recent Opinions is not a
patch,: however, on what may be
expected snortiy.: rending now be.
fore the Supreme Court and sched
uled for, quick disposition is the
government's appeal against a low
er court ruling that the United
states must not turn over for trial
by Japanese courts Gl named
William Girard.: Girard -. shot
ana Killed a Japanese woman and
is charged ;with manslaughter.' :
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The United State government
has agreed that Girard shall be
tried by the Japanese, an agree agreement
ment agreement which: haa aroused nation.
Actress Ava Gardner
Storms Al Delay
To Overnighl Bag
NEW YORK, June -'27 fUPI
Actress"' Ava Gardner's missing
luggage followed her to Spain- to today.
day. today. Everyone concerned 'i w a s
hopeful that ahe wasn't, too incon
venienced by having to sleep with without
out without a nightie.
f -i if-..-'--J, i' .-,.-4-.-v .;. .'-,; jff
When Miss- Gardner arrived at
the airport here Tuesday with her
current boy friend, Italian actor
Walter 'Chiarl,: to fly t Madrid,
she discovered five of her .30. niec
es of. luggages were missing. A A-mong
mong A-mong the missing : pieces was an
overnight bag with, her -nightgown
for her plane .berth. r 1
The loss was discovered at I the
ticket counter. Miss Gardner rail
ed at four startled attendants and
Chiart, pounded the counter, -waved'
her; arms and. shook, a finger
in tneir laces.-. Ult
Her white linen suit i a c k e t.
clutched in one hand waved like
a flag as she stormed, v. t
Her sister, unpertrubed, left the
scene, telephone the Hotel Pierre,
and discovered that sure- enough,
the bag had been left right there.
That dirtnt help much there
wasnt time to get them on the
planev - v ,t i r
All your luggage Is here."
Miss Gardner shouted at Churl.
"Why isn't mine?"
Chiari ; turned his band and
walked away.... v :':.-:
Four studio men took: advan
tage' of a deep breath and scur scurried
ried scurried off jn four directions. t'Oic
came back In a momeent, ; put a
soothine arm around th actress
and led her out' toward the plane. I
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al controversy and turned' con
siderable political heat on the
The Japanese people are equal equally,
ly, equally, or more, exciteo. .$0 much so
that agreement to the trial of Gir Girard
ard Girard by Japanese- courts has the
appearance of a move to appease
nnnitln Mn.M. a Jm t
cwj""" vjijmiuii -in j apgn. -'
The lower federal: court here'
which forbade the Eisenhowe h.
ministration to hand; Girard over"
u,u(c vapanese neia mat tne Con-
stitution guaranteed him trial by -established
American 'processes.
Government lawyers appear to be
t,v...uuiciy t coniiaent. mat tne su..
preme Court will reverse that find
mg. 1. s .
- They areu that tha orimin'icf..
tjons right to deliver Girard t
the Japanese ia legally sound be because
cause because it u r.by -execuUve agrees
ment between the two nations ar!
rived at under terms of a treaty
Detween the United States and Ja
pan. It seems to follow that in
signing that' treatv th ituj
States signed away some tof' the,
cunsuiunonai ngnts of any citizen
who finds himself in : fiiroH-.'
position. '.".,
'
However just that may be, it
s a fast that the Suprem. Court
In the past fortnight ; hat been'
dealing in spectacular fashion 1
with tho matter of individual
rights under -the i Constitution. h h-Specifically,
Specifically, h-Specifically, these were the civ -il
rights of U.S. eifizens. By -chance,
the citizens and there-
were a number of them f were I
Communists.
The Supreme Court reversed th
convictions- of some who had hen
cnarged as members of the Com-
munist consDiracv. It orderM
trials for others. These factions
were 'of pattern with nrnvi'mia
opinions in which, Communists or
their sympathizers found safe har harbor
bor harbor in the Constitution's Bill of
aignts.
If the Supreme Court is unable
to- find for a young American GI
as safe a Bill of Rights harbor is
it- V. t J M . (
ii .iui xviuiu ior memoers i tne
fnmmnnitt .nnml.... i :
likely to be considerable popular
uproar in the United States.
First Air Cargo
Of Fresh Fruib ;1
On Sale In Zone
9 ." !. i, -.
The first air shipment Of sea seasonable
sonable seasonable fresh fruit and vegetables
not available on the Isthmus, for
which arrangements were recent recently
ly recently completed, were placed on sale
Immediately in the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal commissaries. '. ,:
The shipments lTere 'arraneed
recently by W. & Bain, superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of the Commissary Divi Division
sion Division Cold Ctorage Plant, on' a trip
to Florida to contact produce bro brokers.
kers. brokers. The fresh truit and-veget
ables will arrive ach week and
will be handled through Tocumen
airport. The produce will be plac-
ed on sale as soon as possible in
the Commissary retail stores.
The j shipment arriving today
went on sale a 1 p.m. at the Cris-
tobal,: Balboa and Gamboa stores.
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