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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
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English
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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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Zoney RPMilL Celebrate 4th
Vl Dawn To Dusk Festivity
r r ,"')jroborrow'f celebration of the1 Independence Day of the United States of America
may lack thei 'roundthe-clock bang-bang of earlier Fourth of July; on ,the Jsthmue. But;
fromd&wn to (tusk there'll be plenty of gaiety on the Canal Zone and In the Republic Republic-";
"; Republic-"; n' Not long after dusk, there'll be fireworks with enough- light and noise tjb let
;tht kids know what jfs all about and take the grown-ups back. to noisier Fourths.,,
V It's' a' solemn day for r United States citrzens,a day to pause and look, back as
wellvae hve funJ And It's a big" holiday throughout latin America, wherej Panama
and most other Republics 'join in marking the birthday of the nation tha grew;from.
'the Colonies who. we're willing to fight and die for their freedom.'

. AUantio Side events will start
with a oarade formation 1n Mar
garita at 6:30 a.m. and have asi
,.their; highlight an address t by
; Gov. oPtter at 9:30. Athletic
events, kiddy trains, .Jet fly
overs," movles and boat rides will
, .highlight the daytime K hours.
Fireworks start at 7:30. -.-
- Panama City celebrations
1 will cent around a b 1
-l Jwhlng-dlng being put' on at
x the, Panama Golf Cluh by the
, American Society of Panama
. and their guests. Many pana pana-"
" pana-" manlans .and members of the
v Taou embassies and minis ministries
tries ministries to Panama are expected
among the guests. After the
food and beverages give" out,
and the noise has died down,
' many of the celebrants will
head for the Jockey Club at
the President Remon race racetrack,
track, racetrack, where a special race will,
"be run. J
paclfic""Blde celebrations on
the Canar Zone will include a
. iiftia. nf ftimnat vervthinR.r
The way has been cleared to
wiairn tomorrow's Pacific i Bioe
i naiiath el Jl rplpbratjop,a ga-v
la holiday that will be longAe-
membered., .I1 yZ
Although 11; -is faced .with i
41,000 deficit, "r,the .celehtatioa
committee plowed ahead under
full steam at a special meeting
Monday night.; -
-It mapped program or ac activities
tivities activities that, will begin at 7:30
' a.m. tomorrow and which wOnt
wind up until, after the ieet pf
Street dancer i- ; become t weary
long after nightfall.
The only sour note was the oh oh-vious'
vious' oh-vious' reluctance of committee
members to take an- un"u
necessary step to get JheJUN B0
It needs to meet its obligations.
It agreed to charge 10 'cents
for the packet of iavors which
will be distributed to children at
,the Balboa Gymnasium starting
at 8 a.m. The pacKei, win
a flag, a paper hat, and a nolse-
maker. f -I
The committee ad set Its -goal
at raising $3 000 of which $ ,200
Is earmarked for the
works display, at Sosa HlU, and
more thai $900 for th favors.
Among the highlights of the
!daym be a parade through
Balboa in the morning, plus a
swimming meet in the Gamboa
pool, a horse show
activities program la Balboa
Stadium, and a display of mil military
itary military equipment near the sta-
Tvi the'Wternoon there wUlbe
patrioUc r exercises at BeJb
heater Where the principal
tague 01 vbc ,
Boy Given Senlence
For Leading Raid .:
On Orandsd's Chicks
. XL KZ'xin hand of Juveniles
.-'Seft of several chicken.
from his owa f"'
"... .m nnth felix Hernan-
" ... .vea a suspenaed
,".r. inrBllbo- Magistrate's
Court and pld on one ; jrear pre-
Tvouth, who' looked : barely
half his' age,' Pleaded
i.Fnv charge. He .was
brought before the Judge -today,
' because of a previous Juvenile re record
cord record involvings a burglary earbcri
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. The boy'j grandfather. George,
Alleyne,- a long-time resides: on a
Chiva Chiva land lease farm,
brought the complaint.
The other boys involved were,
not charted since it wss the first;
Hme any of them bad beea ap-i
prchended in a criminal matter, j
- In Jarmary, Fens had been mi i
ed up with a burglar; Segundo Pin Pinto,
to, Pinto, who was sentenced to serve a
two-year penitentiary term. Be
cause jf hs a.e. tre youth was
not charged then, out got off with
a warning not U return to the
court. l

mand, will be Introduced by Gov.
I W. E. Potter. I

Starting at 7:30 pin, the hour-
long fireworks display will start
on sosa Hmwnen tne ajspiay
is over a street dance will com-1
mence in front of the Balboa
pym.
Starting at p.m. and play playing
ing playing until the' beginning of the
patrlotio exercises in the thea theater
ter theater will be a 125-piecel band.
The concert will be given in I
the area between cioethals
moruiment and the fire sta station.
tion. station. It will consist of an Army-Air
Force band, plus
Panamanian band,
Emmett zemer, CQ-chairman
of the committee, reported an
additional contribution from Geo.
A. BernaL 82-year-old retired
Zone worker now living in Pan
ama.' Bernal, who had sent the
committee $10, also donated two
big American flags, They will be
used during the exercises and
then turned over to the Boy and
Girl Scouts.
The committeei expressed "its
tions received from .individuals'
and from business firms.
. Thomas L. Sellers, general
chairman of the Atlantic side-
Pacific Side
7:30 a.m. Flag Raising Cere
mony, in circle in front of the
Balboa Service Center. This will
include" participation by a milita military
ry military band and jet aircraft Jfly-by-.
8:00 a.m. Distribution of fav favors
ors favors to children, st Balboa Gym.
8:30 Parade, starting St Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence Johnson Place and winding
through .Balboa. i.
8:12 noon Joint Army, -Navy,
and Air Force display near. Balboa
Stadium.
9:12 noon-i- Horse show at Bal-
"boa Stadium. '. '- -,' -.
9:15-12 noon Youth activities
by Boy and Girl Staters at Balboa
Stadium. ,;;';., 'Mr-
9:30 a.m. Swimming meet at
Gamboa Swimming Pool. ... I
2:00-3:30 p.m. Weather per permitting)
mitting) permitting) Band concert, let by E E-duardo
duardo E-duardo Charpentier and CWO L.
F. Overton. .t
3:30-5:00 p.m. Patriotic exer exercises
cises exercises at Balboa Theater. ;
7:30-8:30 p.m. Fireworks dis display
play display from Sosa Hill (If bad weath weather
er weather interferes, the dio'y will be
held the ext clear night.) '
8:30 p.m. until? Street Dance
near Balboa Gym." :
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STARS IN FOCRTH OF JtXT SHOW Sue Mable, Doris Stringer and Marie Cicero" are
three of Dorese Waitei dancing pupils who will' be featured In the Fourth of July program,
hich will Use place at Balboa Theater from 3.30 pjc until 5:00 p.m. tomorrow.

Fourth of July committee, an announced
nounced announced that" several items
have been added to the pro program
gram program to make the Indepen Indepen-.
. Indepen-. dence Day celebration one of
. the biggest that has been in inaugurated
augurated inaugurated in several years.

" The Knights of Columbus Club
has planned a barbecue at 75
cents ner olate.
The Cristobal-Yacht Club is
offering its complete services to
celebrants who will be on hand
in the afternoon; to witness the
boat-races and water show.
A community "Sockv Dance"
has been, added to the program
to take place after the fireworks
at 7; 30 : p.m. wenaeu uouon,
chairman of the dance commit committee,
tee, committee, promised a good time and
plenty of fun to all who attend.
Atlantic Side
J 8:30 a.m. Parade formation,
Knights of Columbus Cub, Mar-
b.iu am, paraae neeins. uae
nnrt strPf Won Serond Street
to Margarita Avenue, along war
garita Avenue to Third street' to
South Margarita School,
9:30 a.m. Patriotic s exercises.
Flag-raising by scouts.
Invocation, Fr," John A. King,
Address, Ma. Gen. William E.
Potter. (Governor).
Benediction, Chaplain Marshall
Er. Brenneman. USN.
10:00 ajn. Kiddy trahi tides,
fire engine rides, jeep rides.
10:00 a.m. Athletic events for
children, sponsored by Margarf
ta Recreation Association;-'
.11:00 a.m. Athletic events for
adults, sponsored by Margarita
Recreation Association.
Noon.,. Jet fly-over U.S. Air
Force. ; ;
2:30 p.m. Free movie for chil children,
dren, children, Margarita Service 'Center.
Boat rides, boat races,' water
skiing, sponsored by 'Cristobal'
yacht Club.. :
- :0Q p.m. Band Concert, 60th
Army Band, North Margarita
School
7:30 p.m. Fireworks display,
North Margarita.
Drinks on. sale on J grounds.
Food available for sale at
Knights of Columbus Club and
Margarita Service Center.
Program and places suDject to
rhanee on account of weather or
other unforeseen circumstances.

A'recent photograph of Dwight D. Eisenhower, President
'n' rf the United States". '
Independence Day, Rituals

In OS Solemn
and mosf popular national holiday
in the United States, was iirst cel celebrated
ebrated celebrated spontaneously on July 4,
1778 Tha celebration followed close
ly on the public proclamation of
the Declaration OI inaepenuence
by the Second Continental con
ffresB In PHiladelohia.'
Shortly after, in a letter to his
wife, John Adams, a .member of
tha committee which drafted the
Declaration of Independence and
later President of the United
States, wrote:
"I am apt to btlievt that It
will be celebrated by succeeding
generations as the great anni anni-vtrtary
vtrtary anni-vtrtary festival. It ought' to be
commemorated as the day of
delivranc, by soltmn sets of
devotion to God Almighty:' It
ought to be solumniiod with pomp
and parse., with shows, Barnes
and sports, fluns, bells benfires'
an illuminations, from ono end
of ; this continent 1 tho othsr,
from wiis time forward, forvr forvr-moro."
moro." forvr-moro." "'
John Adams' predictions have
been correct to a surprising de-
ereet The over-all tone of indep
endence Day is now set by a pub
lic message of the iresiaent 01 tne
United States. In his statement
last year- President Eisenhower
said, "united in our common tra
dition of. nnerty we au reaeaicaie
ourselvei to the universal achieve-
ment of the inalienable rights oil
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mankind. ; i
State governors, Congressmen

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and-o thep-public figures li-si)eakJ
on mis aay, empnasize jovs -,ot
country and the principles for
which it stands. On Independence
Day or the preceding Sunday, min min-isters,
isters, min-isters, deliver Sermons in pieir
churches on tnfc spiritual meaning
of the holiday.
Newspapers and magazines car
ry teature stories and articles
which tell of newly discovered
historicat facts or reinterpret past
events in relation to present prob-
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leiim; nauio anq television sta stations,
tions, stations, in addition to .broadcasting
speeches by national and local
leaders, often incjude plays.; or
other dramatic presentations which
treat events connected with Inde
pendence Day as a central nr min minor
or minor theme, if- -i
Citios and towns ( throughout
the United States stag local par parades
ades parades in which school, firemen
and police bands play; patriotic
tunes. Oftsn In tha Jjno of marcb
are .threo -men drsssed to repre
sent ths drummers and fif play player
er player m:th famous pSinting; "Tho
Spirit of. 76" by tho American
artist, Archiba ldM.: Willard.
Thero may also b a till, kind,
ly man with whits goatee and
e tall hst, Mrtutd -in a j4
white and blue suit the fami familiar,
liar, familiar, "Uncle Sam,", J , v
In many towns and nitr nirVm
there are huge bonfires or public
uau
the
uiDuiavs ui lireworKS. inriiirtino
shooting off eiant. mn!HnL
orea rocseis. xne displays usual usually
ly usually end with the showing of large
iUuminations of an American flag
George Washington or other pa patriotic
triotic patriotic figures or events .-.
- Independence Day hum, iJi
iiciBni 01 uie- vacation seas on
when many American ar rrvi.
ing with their, families- seeing the
country. Very often they Include
in their itineraries visit tn hi..
torio shrines. ..
Thus this dav usually find, thi
largest crowds of the year at such
insane spois ss xne nome of Paul
Revere in Boston, Massachusetts Massachusetts-the
the Massachusetts-the Washington, Lincoln and Jef
ferson; Mount Vernon, tha hnm
of George Washigton in Virginia:
iiiuteaucnce nail in fDUa fDUa-delphia
delphia fDUa-delphia where the Declaration of
Independence was signed in 1776.
Unseen Picasso
CHICAGO. Jury j ; (TTP L
teenagers are swlnginc from rl
vis Presley to Pablo Picasso with
the help of a jazz musician who
carries a copy of the painter's
work wherever he goes. Antho Anthony
ny Anthony Roma met a group of young
tans on tne street here recently
and they asked to see the codv.
He told them the street was too
public his tattoo .wasat on aa
arm or a lesr.v t
Treadful Event?
BARTON! Wis, July 3 (UP)
Eugene Buhnke, 13, was rua over
by a six-ton flump track Mon Mondayand
dayand Mondayand he's got the tire marks
to prove it Doctors said the
marks and minor bruises were
us only injuries.

Senate Clearing
Decks For Civil
Rights Filibuster
WASHINGTON, July 3.(UP)
The Senate cleared Its decks
today ,for one of the biggest civ civil
il civil rights fights of Jthe century.
Republicans and liberal Demo Democrats
crats Democrats are hopeful this time they
will beat a southern filibuster

and pass a racial rights bill.
!, With the big defense money
bill passed, the Senate planned
to recess tonight for the Fourth
of July holiday: Its next business
day will toe" Monday. That is the
day the big battle is. likely to
begin.
Senate Hepubllcan leader Wil William
liam William F. Knowland (Calif.)' will
move then or posslby on Tues
dayto bring up the House House-passed
passed House-passed civil ,rights bill. Southern
Democrats will begin to dls-.
cuss" his motion: The filibuster
will !m on.
t Republicans were getting set
for the gruelling talkfest that
may last several weeksand keep
the Senate la session 24 hours
a day for days, even.-weeks on
end. -1
Knowland went over his par
ty'n plans at a private coniert
ence of Republican Senators yes yesterdayHe
terdayHe yesterdayHe was reported to have
Indicated determination to press
the fight to a conclusion this
year, ad( to have found no dis dissent
sent dissent '
, COL. HUGH M. ARNOLD
SECOND IN COMMAND The
appointment of Col. Hugh M.
Arnold as Lieutenant Gover Governor
nor Governor of the Canal Zone and vice
president of the Panamar Ca Canal
nal Canal CO., to succeed Col. W. H.
Schull, Jr., when he ends his
service next week, was an announced
nounced announced today by Gov. W. E.
Potter. Arnold' Is Just now
completing a three-year as assignment
signment assignment with the Canal or organization
ganization organization as engineering and
construction director. His ap appointment
pointment appointment marks the first time
in the history of the perma permanent
nent permanent operating organization
that a Corps of Engineers of officer
ficer officer hfcs been appointed di directly
rectly directly from the position he
holds to that of Lieutenant
Governor.
Garter Snake
Pays Homage
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rAsTt.E AIR FORCE Base,
Calif., July J (UP) A handsome
Air Force pilot ssid today his love
of famuV, plus renewed rebgious
faith, enabled blm to scrape oux
aa animal-like existence while lost
is the High Sierra wilderness.
Lt. David Steeves, 23, iTumDuu,
Conn., haggard and bearded arter
his ordeal, also credited "common
sense and his Air force training
in survival wiin enoun nun w
keep auve after, bailing out of a
T33 jet trainer over the King's
Canyon National Park May t.
. Steeves had lost 40 or 50 of his
frmr 19S rounds and wandered
throueh 100 miles of the mast
mM wriin in the 'Sierras be
fore be finally reached civilization
Yesterday,
At a rtews conforocno here to today
day today h doscribod his 014001 and
said ho wss looking forward.
Most to a "second honeymoon in
Florida" with his wifsv
Steeves told bow be bad virtual
hr nothing to est during the first
IS days of his wanderings, keep keeping
ing keeping alive m dandelions, fish and
garter snakes which be ate un uncooked.
cooked. uncooked. t
After that period be reached I
small cabin at Simpsoa Meadows,

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President Also

Defends Civil

Rights Bill

WASHINGTON, July 3 (UP) President Eiserw
hower, pf his news conference today, said that the deli

very of Soviet submarines to

siruanon in rne wiiaaie cast. w " '.
He made the comment when he was asked for reac reaction
tion reaction to the delivery of several Russian submarines ta th'
government of President, Gamel Abdel Nasser.
The President alsovvoiced opposition to a proposal,
for a national referendum on his Drooosed dvil riohft rrrt

gram, Eisenhower said he does not know of any provision
under the, constitution for such a referendum. He also
said he presumeJ that the question submitted to the peo-
pie would have to be the exact language of the bill 1

.Eisenhower said he did not think
that would make a very eood sub
ject for referendum. The idea ef
putting the administrations : civil
rights bill to fc national referen
dum was advanced yesterday by
sen, Kicnara as, itusseu m-uaj.
leader of the Southern bloc oddos-
ing the bill. i
Elsenhower noted that the con constitution
stitution constitution places responsibilities for
enacting legislation into. law on
federal titnciais obviously mean
ing ,crtiKrei.'fljm -the rtctitiye
Drancn 01 me leaerai government.
Jn other Bewsv the President u
Proposed finViting all foreign
Countries, including Kussia, to send
representatives tot the next; U.S.
nuclear test to find, out with their
own instruments me size 01 nuc-i
lear weapon, the U.S.i. testing and
Clearing Land
Poaching Fine
Believing that the grass grows
greener on the other side of. the
fence, landed a 19-year-old
farmer In Balboa Magistrate's
Court on a charge of vagrancy
today.
Calito Rodriguez actually lives
4n a t(An Aa11H Patfl Vint
somehow, he had the feeling that 1
an area across the way, in tne
vicinity of the Army K-18 Road
had more fertile ground.
Getting ready to plant com
there, he called on two friends,
Felix Vasquez, 37, and Eustacio
Mufioz, 25, to help him clear the
ground.
All three were apprehended
while cutting down shrubbery
there.
Rodriguez was fined $15 for
poaching, and his helpers each
rot off with a suspended sen sentence'
tence' sentence' and one year probation.

- fed AF Pilot
To Family Love

where he found a little food, wood
and matches. He also found fish
hooks and rigged a deer trap that
was successful.
'
Steeves' ordeal began May 9
when his jet plsne exploded while
he wss flying from Oakland. Cali Cali-if..
if.. Cali-if.. to Alabama. He was knocked
out for k few moments but man
aged to bail out before the plane
crashed.
"I Jandod on a 'granite rock
sticking out of tho snow on a
ridgo," ho said. "My ankos
wore all swollen and it wss snow snowing.
ing. snowing. I wrapped myself in my
parachute and trayod there three 1
days." ,.,. ..- V J
His landing poi was on a ridge
at aa elevation ori.AOO feet.
Then I thought I'd better start
moving," be said. "I wasnt able
to walk So I had to bobble about
a mile a day."
Fifteen days later be came a a-eross
eross a-eross the cabin, an emergency
toot shed used by the park serv service.
ice. service. ' -'
' "I found a caa of beans, a eaa
of ham and some sugar and
rood and matches. I had my first
meal in almost 20 days."

Egypt created an unhealthy

how; clean" they are. He said that
we are trying to make smaU and
clean", (free of rariinartiv.

out) nuclear weapons. "V s ?
-Said he would make public lat.
er. today a statement about sthia"'
government.1 makinjf availaW. ?

both,at home and abroad, consid' 4
erably more U-235 for peaceful nnr

poses. t- j

. Ts?1r .Ve does not have the ex-5
Sct detailed knowledge necessa necessary
ry necessary to make a judgment on wheth-'
er the recent steel -rrtea 4wrp.f
of wvwawiiggZ l-
But he repeatedhat the govern govern-ment
ment govern-ment 1 alone cannot maintain""" ji
stable .economy. He said itmust'
have the aid of statesman-like ae-
tion by. labor and management:
leaders on waee-nricn inrt-aM

r)Ani.rf ik,t k. 1. ,:
thuri,rtie"ahout di.."
wuuius r.iajeiisiun at nuciear tests
since he found out that scientists
believe they can produce .an ab absolutely
solutely absolutely clean nydrogen bomb with
four or five more years of testing.
He said the administration still
stands firmly on its offers on dis.
armament and suspension of nu nuclear
clear nuclear tests. 1
Said he boll vea: that army
spsclalist D Wayne McO.ksr
should be triad by a French court -bocaus
tho crime of which he
is secured occurred, whilti tha
American soldier was off duty. -Tho
Presidtnt said that put Mo
Osker in the same category as
any tourist.
t avored giving1 1h Defend
Secretary power to put proeure-
ment nd supply activities ofLthe ;
armea iorces under a central of.
ficial. j
V;
r-Referred a reporter to yister-'
day's comment by Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles about the
proposal of Sen. John F. Kennedy
(D-Mass ) that this nation backs
Algeria in its struggle for inde independence
pendence independence from France. Duller said
that Algeria is primarily a French
problem, and that if Kennedy wants
to do something about colonialism
he should concentrate on the kind j
behind the Iron Curtain. The Pres.
ident said that the U.S. role of
world leadership requires that this
nation try to understand both sides
in controversies such as the
French-Algerian dispute Instead of
lining up with one of them He
said th-s United States must try
to be decent to all and not take
sides. r
Opposed making it mandatory
that any future telecast 'in this
country by, Communist leaders be
submitted in advance to the Sec -retary
of State and head jtst tho
Central Intelligence Aeency.- He"'
said that would alien us with coun
tries which control the press ,at
the expense of its freedom.
Said be hoopes government
spending in the current fiscal ear
will not exceed his January "esti "estimate
mate "estimate of $71,800,000,000. He said the
administration is trying to cut it,
, Obviously irked, be denied any
implications that the administre-
tion is shooting from the hip, in
its disarmament proposals. He ssid
the proposals have been the result
of long study and consultations -with
U.S. allies,
Fin d Us ;
Along7 with meet ether mi
deals ef the Canal -Zone e4
Panama the staff ef Tbe Pa"
a ana American will take time
tomorrow to obnerre the Ind Ind-pendenco
pendenco Ind-pendenco Day ef tbe United
States ef America, So paper
will be published. ,, ;
See yea Friday.

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COMMISSARY PURCHASES

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i Recent publications of penalties Imposed by the Canal Zone
government on local rate employes for legitimate purchases in
Canal Zone government stores might well be illegal, when one

An authorized purchaser was sold' a requested quantity of
Boods for cash; he was not intercepted disposing of said goods

atfe profit within the canai aone or cis in uuiu. uuiu.-II
II uuiu.-II The limitations on purchases are 'arbitrary and impractical.
An DQ- f.. inrai rat cmDlovea have been saturated

with the doctrine that the privilege to purchase is a supplement

aiok was spawned by selfish profiteers to the detriment of the

lorjjg-impovenshea majority ana inai wie wo

. OIWS detnmenia provisKww.
li a. a nn:niinr of t.h rjolicv of Intimidation a Gestapo

Met activitv is spreading among the dwellers, setting parents

adtinst children, children against parents, wife against hus hus-v.ZZa
v.ZZa hus-v.ZZa Hiihftnrt airainst wife, and friend against friend. The

ihmtv rests with the perpetrators of that indis

crfct instrument and not with the second party; the party of the

firtt part contracted when well cognizant mat ne couia nos nv
ltvfr a nit thus rommitted a fraud.

5 So, the earth rumbling being created by the persons severe

ly affected by this particular provision mignt wen De weaving
laSe-saving indifference which requires like indifference by the

sedbnd party for Its materialization.
5 It is worth a try. ,M
Consideration
5 SINGING THE BLUES PAN CANAL STYLE
sii
Three-ring circus: The old man trying to be one of the
bogs or even the possibility of winning a cash award does not
mike up for basic injustices, and low morale continues among
thi unfortunate Americans who were hired under the old re regime.
gime. regime. Unfair emDlovment policies have caused many a man to

lose interest In both his work and the Canal organization. One
wks for many years looking forward to having the opportunity
('r?ltll .o.nnnlhU MABfa A fVt A KakjXWlAB VQ 1i Tit. Hilt

fJI aiiiAllXg mUA C 1 COLAJAIOA MIC UUO M3 15 JT WVWUIV
not! Someone new is hired in the U.S. and he in turn brings
hiii buddies here for the cushier lobs. That leaves the rest of

as victims of the new system never -given a chance, too many
years invested in the Zone to resign and not enough years to
retire. What can be done?
. There is no free speech and if your American employe ap ap-petrs
petrs ap-petrs to be dull-witted take another look and you will see he
is inerely discouraged and afraid to speak.

Labor News

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SATIN A CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY

THRU THE IRONING HOUR I

Safina.

ffi BIO honing

aid in fhe littl box

By VICTOR RIISEL
This fellow. Jim Cross, has

sweet thins in the Bakerv and Con-

lecuonery worxers union and as

president of the small outfit has

been dotal what came naturally

rouing in dough. The record will
show that the labor giants were

penny-pincners compared to this

cnap who managed to have his

cake and eat it, too. by quietly be

coming what senate racket buster

Bob Kennedy describes as the
highest priced union chief draw

ing some 170,000 in a fiscal year.
About $40,000 of this was in ex

penses and $30,000 in salary. What

this will do to the eco of the em

battled oand of labor tycoons now

under Ore no one will ever know.

So few of them ever leave the top
grain leather couches in their air-

conditioned offices for a psychia

trist s waiting room.

You can't really blame these fel fellows.
lows. fellows. There's the Operating En

gineers' president. William Malon

ey, whose wall to wall carpeting
cost the union $50 a square yard.
We hope the news of Cross doesn't

make uaioney leei underprivileg underprivileged
ed underprivileged at only $55,000 a year and a

mere $5,000 expenses. But then

Malonev has that electronically

run penthouse stop his union build building
ing building to console' him.

All this may coma as a shock
to Oava Beck, who new will find
the Bakers' dough rising higher
than his own legitimate "take"
frem the Teamsters. By cempa cempa-risen
risen cempa-risen Back Jlvod In a cartage
small by waterfall the lattnr
being a gift from the Western
Conference af Teamsters. But
than Beck has his midget rail railroad
road railroad a play with on hie com compound,
pound, compound, which puts him ana small
locomotive and ana artificial

waterfall ahead t the Balmrs'
chief. Maybe the giant went be
angry after all.
There are. in all. 12 major la

bor chiefs who draw $30,000 a year

or more in salary as heads of in

ternational unions, and the 46-year-

odl Jim Cross just didn't see why
he couldn't be a first class citizen,
too. So he did what the big boys
did after all they set the moral

code.

He borrowed money from em

lovers, as scores of them do, and

oueht himself $96,000 worth of

homes in Washineton and Palm

Beach and filled them xuu ot

baking company ouicials in gay

soirees far from tne neat oi me

baking ovens.

His first move into the big time
came during the Bakers' San Fran

Cisco convention when he per persuaded"
suaded" persuaded" the delegates to amend
the union constitution giving the

right to fl h eaianas of the 3e
lected officials, v

Let it be noted: here. that, the

hundreds of delegates present at

that convention gave it a xa'
vote and that they are all just
as (tamable in this grease-lined

kind Of unionism as Cross and the
entire leadership. Let it be noted

that the union's secret ary-xreasur
er. a fellow by the name of Cur

tis Sims, who testifies in devout
horror now, went along with it and

that he did not .demur when tne
union's executive board raised
Cross' salary from $17,500 to $30,'
000, although Cross had been in of office
fice office only a few years.

"He'll Make a Better Trophy if He Isn't, Breathing"

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Greeting to all our
American Friends

on

4th of July

mer curio
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14th & 4th of July Ave.

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EVERY
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
12.00 NOON 6.00 A.M.
Finest of food and
liquor every day!

fcelax'and onjoy yourself in air conditioned comfort

Let it be nofod that vlrtueKv

the entire leadership all but
twa or three helped Crasa ga
far this bundle, though they knew
that they were in a dying union
which would need avory bit of
He resources In the next decades.
I note with sadness that some
of my morning bagels now are
automatically made untouched by
human baking hands and un untouched
touched untouched by flavor, too. They're ev even
en even canning the things.
Automation is cutting cookies by
the thousands in one swish of a
machine, alory consciousness is
the mortal enemy of the corner
bake shop. Even the gourmets are
abandoning bread for erunchy water-thin
bits of toasted cardboard.
So Cross lived as though there
were no union tomorrow. And it
can be predicted here that George
Meany will demand that he be
bounced.
This will come at an AFL-CIO E-

thical Practices Committee session

sometime in mid-July. The group

will them report Cross' wayward waywardness
ness waywardness to the AFL-CIO Executive

Council meeting in Chicago on Au

gust u.
The Bakers will be told to clean
up shop and that will mean that
Cross will be the test Either he
goes or the union goes, the AFL-

CIO high command will aay. But

mat win aerue no moral issues.

Everybody who had a fine dollar
bill tor head waiter at a swank

convention spot knew that Cross
was living high. It made no im impression
pression impression because so were the hard
corps (correct) of other high liv living
ing living union chiefs.
The point is that Cross got
caught His fellow officers turned

him in. But that doesn t make the
others less guilty in their huh

estates.

WALTER WINCH IL LEDIT
MAN AfctOUr.TOWN i

Terry Moore and her estranged1 dghtr of retired xtear-Admiral J.

husuaiiii augeue mcGrath naa two t, Davis, now in the fehn. Legis-j
meetings, at which she agreed to' lature... Ali Khan apparently is

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WASHINGTON Ike's Commis-'off the operation at HuntsvlUe. A-

sion on Government Security has la."
now recommended that a news-l )

man who publishes secret data It was last November 26 that
shall be jailed for five years and Secretary of Defense Wilson sid sid-fined
fined sid-fined $5,000. Yet last winter when cd with .Douglas Aircraft, the Air
this writer voluntarily asked theiForce, and his town former corn-

Defense Department which por

uons of t guided missiles memo

could or could not be published

without risic to tne nation, the do

cument was confiscated.

The incident helped to touch off

the current court-martial of Col

John Nickerson at Huntsville, Ala.

a very fine officer whom I had

never met and who was not the
source of the secret memo. This
is why my junior partner. ? Jack

Anderson, was originally called to

xiunisvuie to tesuiy.

The incident .also .Illustrates

how a newsman is between the

devil and ths deep blue sea. If

he doesn't consult the Pentagon,

he may under the new Iko-Com-

mission rules, go to jail. If he
does consult the Pentagon, his
information is confiscated and a

possible source af that informs

tion court-martialed.

A newspaperman has a moral

obligation to keep the public in-

tormed. He especially has an ob

ligation to inform the public re

garding a weapon vital to the de

tense of the nation which appears
to be the object of a battle by big

Business. .. Ar:y:

The public has a riebt to know.

lor instance, when Secretary Wil

son's former company, General

Motors, tosether with Douelas Air

craft and Bell Telephone want to
control guided missile production

through the Air force: while Chry

sler, rival of GM, and Minneapo

lis iioneyweii xavor tne Army's

sine.

AGAINST GOVERNMENT
. PRODUCTION

With the possibility that air-

ret' thev aay ia British producer i with Fred Warins'i crew, weds'

James vVooU... Nancy Davis, dan- show-girl Kita Doiton this week... man.a mav fadp nut a wannni

cer in "Most Happy reila," is the Dr. Marion Langer, : author of m lavor of Kuided missiles, the

withdraw her charges against him

and issue a retraction. They will
wait two months to decide what
next. McGrath is furious at his

lawyer, wuo awucneu cnents wnu

not cemented to model Beitina.

He's been dating Bella Darvi ...
, Ceroid Frank, who did Diana Bar
rymore's book "as told to')

wants to do Martha Hay&s, but he

"Learning to Live as a Widow,"

revealed her marriage to aStam
ford attorney ... The Dave Shelleys

combine that controls euided mis

sues will dominate defense pro

duction m the future. This is some

(Martha Stewart) will be 4 soon. I thing that should not be a milita

neuey innerits a muuon on his'ry secret,

4uui puthday from ins late step

father, songwriter Buddy DeSylva

Walter .Troutman, recently at-

out warning and made Terry's wild can't wait for her to make up her! tentive to Ginger Rogers, now ad-

charges puolic ..Caesar Romero s
constant companion is Babs War
ren, one of the wealtnieu widows
in Texas... The Jack Barrys (he s
the "21" emcee) are struggling
with their biggest proolem... That
charming gal on Liberace's arm
is June Hawkins, a jazz pianibt..

Hal Prince, co-parent, of, "Newi

mind .. Mrs. Alger Hiss now; ores Dorothy Malone... A new e e-works
works e-works at a Lexington Avenue ait ries of indictments in the TV
gallery .. Susan layers of "The tube racket are expected from the

Jtsig layoff and agent Tommy Grand Jury in iM.Y. Friday.
Russell are Ye. Inueeity. ...Snllie1

Blair, who soared from $50 per. The Rocky' Marciano .Manager

Weill divorce is not exactly free

dom from the other. The "settle

ment" gives Weill a percentage

tne Champ's future deals, etc..

The swank Pink and White Ball

week to 42000 (in less than a year).

just made her- first platter.
"Saueeze Me" ... Garson Kanin is

rStye-jre- la a blazina; romance i Girl Scout." iThe author is the oro-

ineur -veaas visit maoe. n ounuc. rrtvtmaa at -noiein tne Head i rnnav.eve- at tneuain and Ten

''Jack Carter ..and model Mollie Ann .. Sen. Bridges has been sicker than nis Club ( Westhampton) is for the

uours are giving it a wniri...jack announced. He is stiu hospuanzeo. itunyon cancer Fund, Thanktj
Buchanan, British star, has found i I Mariorie Post, ex-wife of Ambas-

love in his sunset years. She is The Romeo and Juliet theme sador J. E. Davies, and Dr. Win-j

joanne uair, mystery writer .. wm ne used Dy two snows in tne' ston n-mmiai are a dignified ad for
Rex Harrison's understudy, Ed Fall. A comedy Hamad "Romanoff Chandler's (. Marilyn Monroe's a-

Mumare, is fignung the humidity i and Juliet" and-the musical, "G partment was burgled oK"person oK"person-with
with oK"person-with Helen Murphy, one of the way" ... That' hat box June Havoc! al" things when she was at the
prettiest of the Eastern Airline' carried on the plane didn't coot-! Music Hall Dremierc.Jean Younc

belles.. Scott Brady of the Holly- ain millinery. It had 3 pet snaked of The New Yorker mag becomes!
woods is seeing the N.Y. sights1..: Tha Diamond Beach Lodce inlMrs. Eirl Harrison. Jr. In turn

with model Carol Brocks, quite aj Wildwood, N-.J., has. put up $250,- weeks. His late father was dean of

According to Colonel Nickerson,
in his secret memo:
"The aircraft industry, and par particularly
ticularly particularly the Douglas Aircraft Co.,
openly oppose the. development of

any missile Dy a government a a-gency.
gency. a-gency. High officials of the Doug Douglas
las Douglas Company have stated that
Douglas is paying, particular at attention
tention attention to the possibility of killing

pany, to rule that, the Army .at
Huntsville must quit producing
the medium range ballistic- mis missile.
sile. missile. This put Chrysler and Min Minneapolis
neapolis Minneapolis Honeywell, plus the Ar Army,
my, Army, out of virtually all missile
work and concentrated it with the

Air Force and friends: Douglas,
A. C. Sparkplug Division of Geh Geh-erar
erar Geh-erar Motors, and Bell. Telephone.
Deputy Secretary of Defense Don Donald
ald Donald Quaries is a former official of
a Bell Telephone subsidiary:

Thus the battle over guided mis missiles
siles missiles is not just eld school tie foot

ball rivalry between the Arm,
Navy, ind Air Force, but a battle
between big business for the con control
trol control of the future weapons of the

nation.

.ANOTHER COPY OFMMO

sight herselL

Cary Grant expects to collect

over $1,000,000 from his share of

"The Pride and the Passion'"

After the original copy of the

Nickerson of memo was con confiscated
fiscated confiscated by the Pentagon, a sec second
ond second copy was obtained from sourc sources
es sources which must remain nameless.
To illustrate some of the things
the public has a right to know a a-bout,
bout, a-bout, there follow some of Colonel

NickerSon's. conclusions: .-

'.'The Wilson memorandum '(ban-

ning the Army from intermediate
ballistic missile production) is a
broad denial to the Armr of es essential
sential essential tools for modern warfare.
The Army must be kept modern

by application of modern techno technology
logy technology to weapons. This is parti particularly
cularly particularly important because of the
numerical inferiority of the U.S.
Army to the Soviet Army.

"The .Wilson memorandum is
solely an expression of A I r
Force views backed up by Ad Admiral
miral Admiral Radford, Chairman of the
Joint Chiefs of Staff. The Sec
rotary ef the Army, the- Army
Chief of Staff, the assistant to
ths Secretory -ef Defense for
guided missiles, and the assist assistant
ant assistant Secretary of Defense for re research
search research and development all hold
strongly to the view that the Ar.
my has an urgent roqulromont
for the IRBM (intermediate
rang ballistic missile).
"The Secretary of the U.S.' Air

Force has recently recommended
in writing the discontinuance of
the IRBM No. 2 ( Jupiter y pro program
gram program at Huntsville, Alabama. The
present Secretary of the U.S.' Air

Force, Mr. Donald uuaries, is

one of the leading contenders for

Secretary of Defense: (Since the
memo was written, Quaries has
become deputy Secretary of De

fense.) -.'v.. v .; -fi yfev
,imi i. J a u m i m

ine iwugias Aucran-neu 11 r

Is urgently!

needed tu develop a deiense a-.--gainst
the Soviet ICBMs. (Inter (Intercontinental
continental (Intercontinental Ballistic Missile travel-,
ing 3,000 miles.) The Army IRBM v
(intermediate range traveling 1, 1,-500
500 1,-500 miles) is not versed in anti-.
aircraft missiles. Douglas' is not

John Edear Hoover will annn' experienced in ballistic missiles.

appear before the Senate. He will It 11 Por management to discon- 7
urge legislation to correct the re tinu development! f IRBM. by V?
cent Supreme Court decision turn- experienced team and take the
Ing over files to defense lawyers. (experienced ;, antiaircraft team

u tne tiles are made public ann,""1 n wiubuk una-,

Joan' Mann. Parted from enmic

Jack Carter, hides her new love lephone Laboratory

J. McPherson' at The Living Room.
He is prez of Airbourn'e Freight Freight-Temple
Temple Freight-Temple Texas and Stephen Mas
ters have let it curdle.

O

ntkl nt Ciimmt eW H?nrtfiei JTitt I thai TT t P Ifstif ainlinnt Cl fHtfir'a nrf fP will tttsht tin 8Ue8.

www tvi wuiuuiva BMvnT 4Ji naaaa mmv j uv .we vt a mti gvnuui-ti JU iliUVV - v t B" b i

Martha Raye and King Cole are forgets his eye ordeal with Susan

signed .... Billy Glason publishes Kohner at Manno s ... Sophia Lo

'The Comedian," the only month

ly professional material service

Selene Walters' sundown affair to-, used by many comics. Glason is

day is in honor of Mayor Kim of, at 200 W. 54th i.. Are comic Will

Seoul... Ellen Lehman, niece of Jordan and Torn Arden as serious

the Senator, weds Preston Long as they say ... Lance Fuller,

this week. Her ex husband. Rich-I doesn't object to Vikki Dougan's a mobile chapel from the Virginia.

ireoericksDurg and Potomac A.K.

It is a former dining car re

ren. long busy making movie mon

ey, has started making inquiries:

aoout "where did it go?

Dr.. Billy Graham's gifts include

pending case.. George "Wallace's- 1 Tnn 2r JupiterjAr JupiterjAr-leg
leg JupiterjAr-leg injury sent him to Medical my IRBM m"n n V" -!

Arts. He's in the "New Girl" show lr..rei.n,"n5"Ion. J? "y. Z

ard McCluskey, and Marion Scha- controversial backless frock. Al-

effer are expected to marry short most had her out of it at the Sevil

ly after... Teddy Rodriguez has the le, H'wood mamboing..Coast-i modeled with living quarters, pipe

miseries, over Phyllis' divorce ac

tion in Miami ... Howard John

son, Jr. and Patricia Bates tryst
at the Vanderbilfs Purple Tree.
What happened to his middle-aisle
hopes with Cary Latimer? ...Song

stress Lucy need weds bergj bey-

morr, the photographer, shortly.,
Melina Mercouri. star of "Stella,"

the Greek film, will become Mrs,

Jules Dassln after the divorce

era now believe Natalie Wood and

Nicky Hilton will make it official.

Martha Rountree, the TV nar-

David Kent, the antiques exec,

courts eyeful Robin Roberts at Oh

un's ... Fulton Lewis Jr.'s youne

son has gone limp for Jeanie-Con-l

lin, an Arthur Murray techer

un, an Arthur Murray teacher
Willie Mays will take his tifficul tifficul-tties
tties tifficul-tties with ex-room mat 3 Monte Ir-

vin to the State Liquor Authority

fense development programs. '" in

the Douglas-Bell combine.
"Discontinuance of Jupiter fav

ors commercially the A.C. Spark
plug Division of General Motors

Corporation." .. ,v
The Nickerson. memo Is long 1
and technical. Some portions havei .1 A...

been omitted because of involved

technicalities, some because pub-

the first Mrs. Oliver Presbery ...I pink mink stole... Gorgeout Sigyn
.Yesteryear's great star Bessie' Lund, a dancer' in "Happy Hunt Hunt-Wynn
Wynn Hunt-Wynn is at Bellevue ... Mrs. Gus ing," is heiress to the Swedish-A-Edwards,
long ill. ia much better. J merican steamship fortune .. In-
Bishop Sheen will be awarded a timates say it looks like marriage

Dr. of Theology at the U. of Lou- for choreographer Peter Gladke

organ, altar and pews for a small Impgene Coca and Steve Allen's Hcation might be 'detrimental to
congregation .. Industrialist Fred, gag writer Bill Dana relax at Ce- the national security; However the
Grey, who sends nightly orchids to rutti's Ginny Simms simms tojabove illustrates the predicament

suuwgin ixancy rresioruoK, uroite

be mooning over Moon Mullinsla newsman faces revarrilnff th U

A detective Ordered to arrest topternative of cooperating with the -underworlders
("for vagrancy") Defense Department or facing a
Said he was embarrassed locking jail term -as now proposed by
them up. "Their shoes,", groaned the Ike Commission on Govern-
the cop, "cost more than my suit." ment Security.

The Marquise de Portago is leav- vain (Belgium) this week. His Al- and lovely Marilyn Bell, dancer -.

ing for Spam to claim her late hus- ma Mater ... Roberta Sherwood Big rumor around Dinty Moore's
band's title for their 3-year-old son.' plays her 4th return booking at that one of the waiters made $200,-

the Eden Roc (Miami Bcacn) Ju- ooo in the market (in the past 18
Zsa-Zsa Gabor's best kept sec-1 ly 4th ... Stewart Rose, baritone months) via a patron' j info

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29 Insects 1

48 Horn,
47 Arabian gulf
48 Eager
SO Scent -91
Sand hill

43 Show validity 82 Essential
49 Cooked in being 1

grease 99 Operated

34 Lasso
38 Ridicule "' v4
tl Shoe part j
it Observed
j 39 Denomination
41 Jersey
-42 Viper t, t'
44 Person
48 Photographic.
, devices
49 Eat away r
S3 American
' humorist
84 Takes priority
8 Through

87 Hindu musical

instrument:
88 Eternities
9 Ha!f-ms (
80 British
statesman
81 Dreary (ScoU
i DOWN
I Tidy,
7 Roman road

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SIX OF 13 CANAL EMPLOYES who retired frOm service at the end of -June were received by
Gov. W. E. Potter: at his office recently and presented- with retirement certificates.: Above
(left to right) are: Thomas FJ Sullivan,; lead: foreman painter, Aids, to Navigation i Section;
Zera K. Esler, window clerk. Postal Division; Gov. Potter; William F. Bartholomew, chief
engineer pipeline suction dredge, Dredging. Division; WilliamL. Russon,-chief engneer dredge
Cascadasj Arba E. Beck,-superintendent of the". Terminals Division, and Emmett Zemer, safety
Inspector, Supply and Employe Service Bureau. . .

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Humor Could Save
Hany Marriages,
Expert Believes

:! KINGSTON. NJ.. Julv 3 (UPW

Humor could save many marriag

es from the divorce courts,: a west

Coan domestic counselor said co co-day.
day. co-day.

IVOIUIIVtU a. kiwvi V sawn j
les, told U.e 54th annual confer-!
enca or New Jersey Seventh Day
Adventists that many of the irri-.
tations wnich lead couples to call!
a marriage finished "could be
shut out by a sense of humor, i
"Many homes have been shat shattered
tered shattered to pieces- by the hard rocks

ot selfishness. spite and hate.' i

Beiti aaid. v 1
"In- order to be happy.' a Dart-

nership must-have two p a r t i e si

who are cheerful, most of the
time.",' .v.
There are many thins in life
which are not to be laughed at, I
he said, but there are many others,
which could be a funny incident!
instead of an irritation if we would

look at them properly. 1

, We?- congratulate
- the American citizens
on their Independence Day
1776-1957 )

I.L MAOURO JR.
. Panama Colon

Epidemic Of Polio
kaging In Hungary
VIENNA, July 3 (UP) A po polio
lio polio epidemic is raging in northern
reaching here today.
The official Hungarian News

Agency MTI refused to confirm ROME, July 3 (UP) RdKerto
reports that 599 cases were reg-, o m'i ..j i.a.ij R.rom.n

spokesman tor Oeorjj.a governor, filibuster to "the medieval prac-' the most aclive lraaing' within, the; last weeks., h h ,fld e anv differences

Slock Values Gained
$1 Billion In
Yesterday's Deals

JEW YORK, July 3 (UP)
Stocks added more, than one bil bil-iiou'uoliars
iiou'uoliars bil-iiou'uoliars to overall values yes-

Solon Terms Filibuster 'Medieval';
Governors Spokesman Voices Doubt

WASHINGTON, July 3 (UP) A N.J.), also a witness, likened the
t1hiM tnr ceortia n kovernor. filibuster to "the medieval prac

tm. Senate ve.eruay wueu- nee of trial oy oraear ana saia t..- iq .... i,

er the drive to curb, filibuster. i s the practice should be eneded. steeis. drugs,-building stocks and P E?f Hirlap said that health d honeymoon in Ujf0st
tne lorerunner ot a move to limit Case Said he does not j want to! tLhu WUe. I authorities have barred, children t th Juu ort of Sftnta Ma.
- the voting rights of Senators from make it "easy" to saw off debate f ? from Budapest swimming pools the daily Momento

News that a group of orug v Sera reported today

firms has oeveiopeu a new vac- y,c

cine 10 comoai me uuauv uu

Ingrid r Plans Second
Honeymoon In Italy
Willi Rossellini

"SSJJ? 155:1 between them and will meet 'for

claioc

Charles JV'Bloch, Macon, Ga.,
attorney, raised tne quesuon iu
ntina R'eofBla AioV. Marvm

Gnttiii before1 Senate liulea ub..
committ,. The' subcomfnittee,
heaaed by Sen. Herman E. ial-,
mauge (U-Ga.;, IS cohsideriuk pro proposals
posals proposals to .strengthen the senate s
conuois on filibustering.

in the Senate. He said he just

wants to make it "possible."

Quote unq

uote

whicn is expected to become a PinnPrC linnP Wllfl
problem in this country this fall,! VJUIIC YTIIU

The couple have a .villa rl they
have used for brief vacations be between
tween between films at the resort, some
35 miles north of Rome.

J American Home Products

Bloch and New Orleans attor attorney
ney attorney Koerhard f. Deutsch atgued
against any change in the present

up close to 5 points, ittcKesson anu

over 2: rtrne juavis,

close to c points ex diviaena;

Pfizer and American Cyanamid al

most a pomt.

tlTTLETON. 'Mass. Xristen
...U,. VtJ J lis

oieraen on wuy Hobbins

searched for her: (
"I knew where I was all, the

' ''. . M H hut I wai afraid of bema

Senators to force and en to Senate punished for staying out all night, The spurt in drugs added impe impe-debate.
debate. impe-debate. i I and leaving myhorse. tus to an advance already in pro-
Today. you seek to limit the .. ,1 cress, highlighted, by gains ot a-

onira .it th States SaiO SWCU. 1 uww .CgrF'n. MMIIM

"Tomorrow will you seek to lim- Gamal-Abdel Nasser, in a filmed
it the vote of the. states?" he ask- interview, on his country's in in-1a
1a in-1a V creasing relations with Russia:

Tvfanhv, thrives m i (um -i ucuuk tylu UB uvw't

- i II Dl.h -Ai; nnN..,

- ST

inThHession I OCEAN CITY, N.J., July S
in tne session. (UP) -Louis Palmer opened his

mail this morning and was aston- ROSseUioi plans to return to Rome

isnea lo-una a uuue uui. n soon as ne has nnisnca worK-

to him for 83,500,000,
Palmers an automobile agency

onerator here, had been exnectlnsr1

a cnecK ior 3,8uo rrom a xactory. join him here after winding up
Palmer said he took -"the good,! her run in the PU t version of

lont; look at it and sent the-check "Tea and Sympathy", and spend

of

non-alignment."

But; Sen.-Cliflora rs case
Asiatic flu Feared
Possible Source Of
Illness In Midwest

r-- I HAMILTON AIR FORCE BASE,
GRINELL, lowij July 3 (UP) Calif. An air-rescue officer, when
Iowa heaitn oiJicials touay suiuied informed that Lt. David Steeves,
tne uosioiuiy tuai Asiauc nu was 23, of Trumbull, Conn,; bad walk walk-resyonsiDle
resyonsiDle walk-resyonsiDle tor ah" epidemic t m- ed fo safety after spending 59 days

.., ALPINEjiTeXi-rMrsj. Clifford S.
White on her trials while lost for
nearly a week in the mountains:
."I kept, repeating the t 23rd

Psalm.Mt was Wednesday morn-.

ing when I found the first trickle

thanked Gof for letting me findj TjUQOSlQYS flQ bCQ

rouna 2 to points in the oils

a pomt to 2 in the steels Youngs Youngs-town
town Youngs-town Sheet and Tube, Jones and

Laughlin and U. S. Steel; around!

2 to 3 points in the building

shares bestwall Gypsum. Min

neapolis Honeywell, Celotex,

According to Momenta 'Sera,

ossellini plans to return to Ron'
s soon as he has finished worl

ing on his current film in India

His wife, the paper said, -will

back.

Industrials wre "Up points

on average at 507.55; rails up .51

at 147.00; utiUUes up .48 at 70.76

and the 65 stock composite aver
age up 1.23 at 175.22.

US Supermarket

At Zagreb Fair

WASHINGTON, July 3 (UP) -r

ihe first American supermarket
ever seen in a Communist country

. . . ui. i .i :i j . .

..... ...ML ttLTUCK- AUO JWUMi I in inn. WilUCrilCSB. T,

. in..nkinnl rehtfiOUS t'Th.t'. n. W th. hnnt V'A

ienT r.-.-.'- .' ;,:: un tZ; w i wlU. be one of the disp'ajs at. thb

Ceak. prompled officials'; " " ,:" Jgrand iaii 'in Zagreb, Yugoslavia,

of the state Heaitn Department ; -MIAMI BEACH, Fla. A, police aepiemoer. v-
and of the Westminster r'ehpw- officer on capturing three noisy
shl's national assembly .tofSiMfa crackers: ., : V I .JJ&W'
Sr 4h- immediately" "r rfnn't know hnw fhev exnect-' Supermarket U.S.A. wUl be

Monurnu nu some t.y with it

aKeri UUniC. ; -, limn in. cuuuBU uv v -- 4uA ri-.--!.,! iA".1Afl

tlu,

a sera

several cases of Aiilatic

riental countries,; have been re-. 1 1 VC T JTQ T VJ TOll p
portea fiong toe astal area i inj ai M.t

UniteOi waves, nuwem, u, IIV' 7MIV llll ;

Mia-' Dnhrfl Hnn

Ih.

would be the first major outbreak

Oi i.iat iypo Oi iiue m me
west:

Officials said only "a small The Silver Star Social and Dane Dane-nercentage"
nercentage" Dane-nercentage" of the 200 v stricken ing Club will give an Independence)
vouth about 0 f them, would Day bop tomorrow to be held at

remain behind under

care.

No merchandise will be sold, but
th Yugoslavs will be able fo see

how millions of American house housewives
wives housewives are able to enjoy one-stop

shopping in self-service markets.
V :
For Eczema and
Skin Diseases

:gm at

Tn niHinric was described a P m- nd Continue Until 11. Glim your akin an opportunity to
ICe epwennc wS oouiwu u,r. n-.-u Tn. mnA hUhMl. ObUin a botU of th arlaliul

?nnar ninrf rnmhn will i Aatlir' MOONB EMERALD OIL at any drug-
bquare tance umpo will teaiure ,.ore Mn 1!metatTttt1l
rock n roll, mambo and square acvcni day.

aance tunes tor tne enjoyment ot

doctors', Kelvin's- Place (Oldi Bo City) in

mo ADajo. Dancing win begin at,

"vtrv mild' With the. duration

illness only about two days.
Pinbail Operafqrs
Pay Under Counter.
Dodge Georgia Tax

MACON, Ga, July 3 (Wi1) -rin-

young and old.

Accident-Prone ..
Philio Backs Up
RocdkSofetv Drive

r rnvnniv' Jnio'' tto ti,.

baa macniiw.oirawa Duke of Edinburg, who has been
'p.ying ott unaer tne coimier uinvoJved five minor -mc ac ac-piayers
piayers ac-piayers to avoia paymg a cWentl ,,ince married the then
leceral gambling Ux, and princess Eliiabetb, caUed on BriU

aai sievtamw un motonsu tooay anvt more
a Supreme court rulin nas cirefulljr-
saiu that pmbaa madunes whicn Princ pp gave his -ho)e
piiy oil to cash, tokens or pre- hftrtiei gupport" to a road safety
ui.-m aitM .u?'!fce campaign started by the Trans Trans-theitlort
theitlort Trans-theitlort suoject to the tax. Ministry. Less than a. week
U. J. Deiorcy, group aupervrfoc the Duke. powerful aports
fur the Internal Kevenu aervice w QMtn ln uided
here, taia he tanoerstood the rut- gnua Kdaa at an brter-
in 14 apphed to maenmts which
give 'iree games.". A fM a year yy c
fambling stamp miui be paio by r---. i
the -cperators tor each machine. Dam UanCe UetS
ley said eWators, kae Under WdvTonightl
)jceu payuig costoners on the sly 1 . .
wnathey win free games, r I A bam dance wfll get onder
tome of the pmball mud way it tonight under the aus aus-distritutors
distritutors aus-distritutors have removed the ee u Bon ivint Social
machines from busine eata" Club at the Casino Vifta del Mar
meats and others. have paid th ta SaB Frincico de la Caleta
$250 Ux to "protect- themselves. ( 0Te g pcue, wm be raffled
One distributor "said the he utj- far menlDeri and guerts exoerted
dersrod. it. was not against the ,uie of the Isthmus.
aw to give pUyers nickel3 for Hifhlieht of the evening will be a
A'jm i they won But Police Chf pm for the first couple attending
VLfcea T. Watkins and B;bb County anrt the best birn cos'umc.
TShenff James L;Wood said ihit Carlos J arris and his Sonoramie
it f'-jlated local, coonlf and state OrcbitL-4 will furnish m s I e
Ui. t .t? r f 'through the rening until dawn. -,

The tint SppllcaUon of ttiit oil will
Siva nilat, and after antral applica applications,
tions, applications, you will ba convinced that your
akin can toon rtum to .normal.
Bear In mind that MOONE TMT.1t.
ALD OIL ia an cffacUv penetrating
antiseptic which doea not atain or leave
a greaav residua and. In addition, gin
satisfactory results- .

with Msy-aWN Ktdmk aiaWaaMMf

BROWNIE Sy(hjjL
CAMERA U
Reflex camera for color
slides at a lenv, low price!
look through the bio, refiex-type
flnder to tee you' picture in ed-:
vane.-. Set the leer to indicate -color
r black-ond-white. Than
jut touch the feather-action
huttr ralaote. Get gorgeous
Eklachreme color slidei, Koda Koda-color
color Koda-color snapshots,' er black-and-;
white pictures. A greatValuel
Com.rs $9.9$ (IssiteMsr 54.00
Kodak Panama, Ltd.

COLON
Ask-for
"CHIC0"
Gold Stamps
.FREE!

PANAMA

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'nc a few days visiting in Copen

hagen.

P. JHAMGIMAL & BR0

THE HOUSE OF ORIENTAL ART

The March of Democracy J
Symbol of Freedom for
Mankind
We proudly $alute ; ;
The American People
on the 181 $t Annivenary
of their
INDEPENDENCE

No. 18-68 TIVOLI AVENUE PANAMA
33 FRONT STREET, COLON, R.P.

Congratulations to all v
American citizens -on
their Independence Day
; 0-July 4tK.-

ZIG-ZAG-

176-1957

as ever hold steadfast to
the high ideals of the brave
and devoted men who
proclaimed hherty
throuqhout the land

COLON:,- BALBOA ; PANAMA CRISTOBAL DAVID-

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN Atf INDEPENDENT DAltt NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, JTtY 8, 1957
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tfaa J&fMfmmll, !ittf, Birth, Pmt'iM vJ VhuhI JuM It miU pumptif h ImiUmLf dm i
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column (bould b tubmittto -'m
tyM-wrltton form and mailed o
(ho boa numbar liitad dailr in "So "Social
cial "Social and Olborwiao," or delivarad
b lund to tho oHieo. Notlcoa o
maating cannot bo accajptad by
Nlophono.

Hofncmaker Is ActusI2y ;
Independent Operator

f SHE think housekeeping ii guch through her homework for th
t dull existence that she has tak- next few days. '

en- a job as a stenoifrapher in a ii sne warns ro jom n?isn.Dor

Roller Skotlna 1 7 I large office. hood coffee break she can. If she

Club Mooting r f Rain or shine she leaves .. her wants to ge. busy .cutting out a
Postponed home at eight every morning but dress she can hurry up her chores
i Dooha e9 triM Vau U : rU, fiimHatr in Arrlor M hm At hr rfpdk and 2&t At her SeWinff. 4

holiday, the Roller Skating Club "V 830. H it t a beautiful da sh can
meeting, which was scheduled for She ets a coffee break at 10 interrupt her housework Joam

tomorrow tvenintr will h. nnsrnon. ina scurries aownsinirs -hi i u uui ut.uiy

. ..... .. r. 1. 1 t r 1 All U xf

ed until the following Thursday.

DESPEDIDA FOR WENDELL LINDSET Members of B.p.O.E.
Lodge No. 1414 fete Wendell Lindsay frho is leaving for a new
post in Washington with the internal Revenue Service, Llnd Llnd-ay
ay Llnd-ay was treasurer of 1414, and also edited: the' magazine far far-jst
jst far-jst South for many years. Left to right? Wendell Lindsay,
.cated), Bill Dorgan (standing) Lefty MeGlade ".B,nd;,Bii
Stock. (Photo by Ernest Sllva) "J'

Ambassador Of Guatemala- I wore frostea aqua' silk, faffet' with

Gives Reception :.Y I white accessories. Both mothers I

ine Amoassaaor of uuatemaia wore corsages of Marbolt erchids. 1
Maule prella Cardona gave a rel' Foliating tne wedoine. a recep recep-ceptioib
ceptioib recep-ceptioib yesterday in honor .of the tion was held In the fall Room of,
CiUfjfs of the Diplomatic Missions ne llvon Quest House, which' Was!

accredited to Panama. ;-,.. oeauuniuy decorate wjth palms,

umciais or me vanai one were : wnue unes wnue- carnauons and

among the guests.

Bids For Wesl Bank
60 Cycls Conversion

Projccl Solicited

lunch at 12. All the rest of theowers or trim a few shrubs

time she sits at a desk typing let

ter after tetter and filling out one
long form after another, "s::,
Her Job isn't more routine than
most jobs that bored housewives
can gd out and get. It's about par
for the-course. .. -.-vvr-'M

How can a woman figure that

OP IS TREADMILL.

EVEN while her hands -are busy
doing routinr; jobs, her mind can
roam free and clear, mentally re redoing
doing redoing the living room, planning her
wardrobe, mulling overja prob problem.
lem. problem.

No two aays are ever alike, es-

Such Jobs are more varied,, of in- pecially ll she has, even one jre-

teresting, or 'more exiciting than

housework?
A-housewife is a free and inde

pendent operator: all day long. If
she doesn't feel like washing on

schooler stil- at home.. All day
Ions she is her own boss, Tunnini

her own home' the way she. choos chooses
es chooses to run it. 4-V'4f-y

How ran any woman think' she

Jaime do la Guardlo Jr.

Entertains At Golf Club

white gladioli. Dinner nd dance

music was provided by the Aldre Aldre-te
te Aldre-te Orchestra. Mrs. Walter Malone
was in charge of the cuest book-

Director of Panama's Relations and Mrs. Peter Bolton served the! rea conversion work

with the United States Jaime del wedding, caice The wedding and, i

la Guardia Jr. and his wife enter- reception guests offered man y I Although much smaller in' scone

tained la si evening with a cocktail toasts with congratulations and than the Pacific Area conversion

Mnnrinv h pan nut if off until Is escaDinc routine when : sh e

The last major phase in the con- Tuesday r If she leels especiallytrades ; lull-tune nomemaKing .tor

on weanesaay sne can an omce juuc mm. uci.iuj

1 aii :: WaHnofiHav

estic; equipment from 23-cycle to 'itch in and do such a thorough unmng awa from, lTeea6m to hop

BOr ie current was itaneu tnis cleaning jon mat mv cm wiw """
wet with the soliciting of bids for 'rT' '" : '" rrTTT '(, i'

thn Mipflflnri and Waul .Ranir. Af-i .vj-.- .w,

party at the Panama Golf Club, i best wishes for the; bride and
z ., . -rffponm: --. ..;.. ;....

Connard-Dillon,
Wedding

Miss Mary Agnes Dillon, daugh

ter of Mr and Mrs. John T. .Dil

lon of Gamboa, and Mr. John
James Connard, son of Captain

and Mrs. John J. Connard of Dia Diablo,
blo, Diablo, were united in marriage at

the Sacred Heart Church in An-

eon on Saturday evenmg.

The Reverend Father Michaoi

Wye, pastor "of the church, offici officiated
ated officiated at the ceremony before an

anar aecorateo. witn white carna

tions and Mies. The wedding pro-

lonai music

Joseph Han-

Following the recention .Mr: and

Mrs. Connard left by air ior a hon honeymoon
eymoon honeymoon trip to Bermuda. ;
The new Mrs. Connard attend attended
ed attended Balboa High School and is a

graduate or we' Nurse's Training

acnoot M ine Kooseveit Hospital
in .New York, ' ,. v
Mr. connard also attended (Ral-

boa Hih School and is a eradnntP

or ine uni'

New Yorx

acnuyier xew xorK. He is ..pres ..presently
ently ..presently employed by therGrace Ship-

work; the specifications include a

-large number, of domestic applianc

es in (Mention u) commercial and

industrial equipment. The bids are
scbeuuicu to ue openeti oepi. jj
in the Administration Building at
nalooa Heights.

Horhe Warning DeyiciMERd
Needless Hurricane Fatalities

By PATRICIA WIGGINS

rehabilitation work wal'progress
lug xo cij b. -it 'Hay bs ''eekt

tit' a ntTi . TT 1 Aiian tMAntkt ksfAM trtdbv' 4nA

The Miraflores 1 and West Bank ,?FJiY'?. Zutli Li ii v rha ni

Area work incluois aU area serv- 2", count waT exnected to hi 500 oi

ed from the Miraflores Substation

mversrty of the Stat of! W, ,h TV.i wi. a a fdevice that might help prevent
c Maritime coltegt, 'Ttaedlea deaths from Hurricanes

, 7V.V' "7 m- 7, u 1 o L nd ''-othtf natural disasters.
Miguel Locks and Miraflores Sub- Peterson told President Eisen Eisen-station.
station. Eisen-station. ; V V ihower about the instrument while

Jping Company. Upon their return

cessiOnal and" ntrmtaiAnai m...il ""in tnett. boneymoon Mr. and

. i i i I I r i urn ur, I ava h t b

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Ambatsador To Denmark

was played by Mrs

negan

The bride, given in m arris u. hv

. ..u ..

ii iuier, wore a noor length

home at 11 Van .Corlear'
New York City.

Mrs. Gerald Parker

Place,

Wedding gown of whltn nhantilv I t-.l. & .....-.

CeimaiLftger ilp. Aeil .Mr. Gerald O. marker was guest

a vvu VUUC-t

She

m. avn mrs iftHN JAMES CONNARD siio wn roiiowing tneir weaamg ai tne sacrea neari,

' Church. Ancon, Saturday evening. Mrs. Connard is the former Miss Mary Agnes Dillon,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Dillon of Gamboa. The groom la the son of Capt. nd
Mrs. John Connard of Diablo.
It'."" '. : :

of honor at a luncheon an", cnd

PRESIDENT DE LA GUARDIA WILL BE GUEST OP HONOR
AT BEEFSTEAK DINNER AT STRANGERS' CLUB TONIGHT
The President of Panama Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. will
''he (test 'of honor at the traditional ''Beefsteak. Dinner."
given at the Stranrers' Club tonight to celebrate the Annl Annl-vtrsary
vtrsary Annl-vtrsary of the Independence of the United States.
Tomorrow mornng, the United Btates Ambassador will
rgtve;, reception .at the Embassy residenee. In the after after-noon,
noon, after-noon, the American Society 'of Panama will give a reception
at the Panama Golf Club.
'm '' Many parties hare been planned for the erenlng, ln ln-eluding
eluding ln-eluding a dance at the Ft. Amador Offcers Open Mess, at
.V, which Lucho Aicarraga will play.

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Ambassador of Braxll

Gives Cocktail Party
For Visiters
The -Ambassador of Brazil in

Panama Aguinaldo Boulitresu Fra Fra-goa
goa Fra-goa and, his wife' will entertain
this evening with a cocktail par party
ty party at the Embassy reidence., 1
Guests of honor will be Dr. and
Mrs. Antonio De Laragoite, who

are visiting nere.

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JlZlnnrSktnMiiery

adaat cuhaa, aeoOMa ttrad,
lrritatMl tt. Daaanbakr
alW aacb thus, jranat

MEXSAMA

nam MiDICATit fOWOtl

wore a. string of nenrla a oM

from the. groom, and, carried a
Marbolt wedding bouquet of white
orchids. 1

Attending the bride were

sister, 'Miss Frances Dillon, as in the United States

mm or nonor, and another sister,
Miss Roberta Dillon, and Mis Dor Doris
is Doris Ehrman as bridesmaids. Their
gowns were floor length, fashion-

eu oi Diue organza over taffeta
with matching accessories. Erh

carried a deep pink rose. The

groom was attended by- Mr. Wil

liam larun, and ushers were Mr.!
Edward Scott and Mr. William Lo-

veii,

party held, at the Ft. Amador Of- rium at Palo Seco

ticers' open, Mess touay., ;
Mr. and Mrs.- Parker are leav leaving
ing leaving by air tomorrow for an extend-

her ,M visit with relatives and friends

Peterson reported to the- Presi
dent a few hours before being

- : Ireporting on hurricane damage sworn a as the new U.S. am am-Areas
Areas am-Areas included are Miraflores,1 tn& casualties in Louisiana and bassador to Denmark. He said the
Cocoli, Pedro Miguel, and Red ieXas. He made a survey of thedisaster was the worst he had
xanis ao sww rauania' Canal m- stricken area as the President's, ever seen in terms Of "brutal dev dev-stallations
stallations dev-stallations as the Miraflores Fil-1 personal representative. astation and death in tft;taeful'
tration Plant, the Miraflores Pumn Petprann saM the President was and snarselv-settled community.'

oiauoa ano concrete nesting Lab- ery interested in the warning de de-oratory,
oratory, de-oratory, the, Cocoli Diesel Plant vice which would be plugged into

ano substation and the Leprosa- en electric outlet in the nome.

trigcir A Horn

The bride's mother inn .tt

length dress of tiered In rp in ach

es of rose color with accessories tdling (Balboa) 2-2104

uia;u. iue mower oi me groom (CONTINCPD ON PAGE 5

Mr. Percy Ra.(.urt
Will Speak At
Accountants' Dinner-
The Assistant Director of the

Budget Percy Rappaport. will be
speaker at the Federal Govern Government
ment Government Accountants Association din

ner, which will be-held July 10 at

7:30 p.m. at the Tivoli Guest

Aouaeialrooni.''',J:.v,v-
Tickets may he obtained at a

cost oi.93.50 per .person by, call-

tyou Pick em and we $( Jeacft

em ana we u eacn em

Calypso, Merenrue. Mambo. Cha. Cha rh.

Rumba, Tango, Samba, Guaracha, Tamborito,
Bop, Dif Jitterbug-, (New Shuffle) Rock "N RoU '.'
with Lifts and Flips. Walts, Foxtrot,
Onestep, Polka, Charleston, Sluefoot,
"SPECIAL" July Thru. .Sept. ONLY.
4 Private Lessons $9.
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, Balboa 24239 1 i

Bids for the Pacific Area conver-

sion work which takes' in the towns In tinfe of danger a signal on
of Ancon, Balboa, Balboa Heights, power lines would trigger a horn
La Boca. Diablo Heights and ij or sauawk from the gadget as a

Rios are achedulnl tn h rrnH notice for residents to turnk

July 29 at Balboa Heights. , on their radios for directions and
- information.
Conversion 'of domest equip-,. Peterson said the biggest prob prob-ment
ment prob-ment in Margarita, Gatun, GanV lemr.h f ri VLnXZl
boa, and Rainoow City has been PePle L the teh th the
comnlpt-d nH wnVt n w i no need to evacuate" after the

c iv mm ks(i,a WtUA

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He said civil defense plans a
final test of the home warning de device
vice device ano "then it would be ready
to go." He said he hoped the. gad gadget,
get, gadget, Winch resembles a double
socket, could, be purchased for a
"nominal price" of about $4 to $5.

"Nature call bnd Will hit any

place and every place," Peterson

said. "We simply must get better
organized."

t. p.ni,iv- warning nao oeen sounoea.

Jail Brbak Toils

a'

(UP) Convicts Lloyd Woodson,

m it a) a.

fPk' wmM'-Un Derished had it not

Z'JSJL a"o .wimm uie been ter the feeling that "it cant
next few months. ihaDnen here." He said the Weath-

' AlL: :Jer Bureau did a superb job of

uiner conversion contracts stui tracking the storm and iovtcut iovtcut-to
to iovtcut-to be advertsied includn th T.nrk : u. ..

converiion-exclusive of : the loco- Peterson told Eisenhower that! 2v and Albert teoerger25, Wed
motives and remote control, -re "ouisiana's first reouest for fed back to their cells Monday after
lay, and Voltage Correction for "(he eral aid funds Probably would I eight hours of sawing on steel

Power System. ,: amount to about $600,000. He said prison bars failed to f re them.

Peterson' said the hard-hit com community
munity community of CanSeron,. La.; looked
like a "village, cemetery at- mid-
night It was so still and abi I
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WEDNESDAY JTJIY S, 1957
' THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

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Dean Peterson .,
And Family Vacation
in Santa Clara
Dean and Mrs. Mainert reier
. j j.c-j virai.
Bia. Charles and Christina el
yesteiday to spend, the month of
juiy in tanta ciara.
While there Dean Peterson will
be a member of the clergy of the
Church of 6t, Clare.

Ex-VVife Of Bolivian-Till Heir
Dies At 26 From Heart' Attack

, MONTMOLLIN;' Switzerland, Ju
iv a fiTPi Joanne Connelley Pa
tina,' former New" York debutante
.nrt nnver oirl who cut a Sizzling
swath in international society, died
here yesterday of a nean aivat.
She was, 26. ;
Thiuiri.triarried blonde beau
ty was found n her bed yesterday
morning buffering a severe coro coronary,
nary, coronary, attack. A, physician was
railsI rtitndiatelv. but she died
, Her attprney," .Claude Reyraond,
: said she received, the last rues of
the Roman catnoiic unurcn ueiuie
she died
Tho blpndt eovor girl; known
as Uw York'-"rnotf Boaurirui
dtbutant :f MVl died nly a
ftw days bofora a Swisa court.,
was to hand down a final divorce
dtcroo separating; hor from Bo Bolivian
livian Bolivian tin,hir Jalmo Ortu Pa Pa-tino.
tino. Pa-tino. i,ttl,:' ''!', "'
vhl Anr'aa- Mui this i weekend
AUG vmw " -t
AuM hiv onrtpd three years of
highly publicized legal suits be between
tween between the two involving accusa accusations
tions accusations of narcotics addiction, cruel cruelty,
ty, cruelty, defamation of character- and
U She married Patino in 1954 and
rii. hnnpvmnnm was hardly over
before rthe pair started dragging
Scandals tnrougn me com
Europe. V
Joanne first married socialite
golfer Robert Sweeny In March
1949 wtieri he was 18. He was 38.
He divorced her in 1953, charging
her' with adultery : with interna international
tional international playboy Porfirio Rubirosa.
In New York Joanne's attorney,
Joseph S. Robinson, ( said she had
planned to come home next week
to see her' two daughter, who are
in Sweeny's custody
Within (wooks after Mr mar-
riage to Patino ill April it
J..nr charg.d him with bru
if a. friend offers .take you
io wwu iu.ji w r"7. :

QPr'fMAKfRIEtlDS

or iuncn, aom wsk for president there may be a mod-
several stopt! o Ibe way so tn ern S0Caligtic society,' the tall,
you can get a nimhe of chore white-halred Socialist said.
done wWltvou Tiave a "chauf,, But ht dl,d ,ueh locitty
feur" to wall for you. "won't necossarily bo Otopia.

in ralninr a cnauneur ju
may lose a frlen
Officer's
Shows Scars On Leg
In Suit For $25,000

A pretty American teeii ager lUly'j Tgw Mgn
took the stano in U.S. District IIQIJ J lOA JICII
Court today to display her left caU. -M rj ff.
,.V.rrJay-Gina, Softs
.v;2!Pay Same Amounf
ten by a peccary at the Jungie f. v. --
iSSSfffSi the ROME. July 3 (UP) Rome
,t.?d today ?r.howSthe iudge the city taxation official, today
SesThe claimed she suffered tactfully solved a problem which
m w w ai a result A the bite. i0T ears has divided Italians:
-July 17 in Cristobal, but the girl brigidaltaly's best-paid movie
appeared in court today, because star? The tax experts' tactful
the T family expects to leave the answer: Neither.' ,
Isthrfius early neU week. The Ux men ruled ttat bos-
DeVosiUons have already been omy Sophia now 1" Hollywood
taken in the case, and they will making pictures, and equally
k. i hv th i attorney durintf voluptuous Olna made the same

the hearia. amount last year 80 million t.
In the suit,- attorney. Charles lire ($128,000). "
Ramirez, who represenU' the uf- Thus, both stars will have to
ficer, aUeged Uat the girl's leg pay 1U20.000 lire as a local
was marred by. four scars after '" ""'.,
the bite. - : The city family tax, raised an-
Glogevorrn eypectsto leave the hujij by local experts who take,
Isthmus, with his family. on July into consideration such items as, -U
for his discharge from the Ar- the standard of living of the per-!."

mv after navinc completed zu
years
service.
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Crontinutd
Preparations Underway ,
For British Aid I T '
Rummiot Sala : -v ..;
Manv rnnfrihiitinnH hflvto fceftn
i-ocoivert fnr thp (Rritlsh Aid RatTl-
tmage Sale, Which wiU be: held at
tne Manama iiaiiroaa awuon on
,
s
' Proceeds from the sale will he
given to charity. ,
tality.' Ho sent
s narcotics
hor to a
clinic
ddictii She ran
away.
1 That started a three-year string
nf suits and countersuits lor di
vorce, defamation of character
and libel in courts from Rome to
London.
'Last month Joanne's layer an
nnuncprl thev had agreed to I
"scandal free" divorce, which was
renorted to give her a cash set
tlement and return of a diamond
ring, bracelets and earrings which
Patinn w-iad tied ud in litigation
. Joanne's mother, Mrs: .--Margaret
Huntington Watts, was in Swit
varisni uHth hr daughter.
- Her attorney here said she and
her' mother had been scheduled
to leave Switzerland tonight to go
to Paris and from tnere to apain
to meet friends.
"Hor death i such a pity, v
Riy mond said. 'Sho was ro ro-liovod
liovod ro-liovod to soo tho end of hor
marital difficulties opproaching."
Ha said th'e acreement for an
uncontested divorce on grounds of
"inrnmnj.tihilitv" had been, pre
sented to the Morges, Switzerland,
District Court June 14. Under it,
h. said she acrreed to accept a
Initio sum navment of $67,000 m
Ueu of; alimony,
Th agreement would have ended
seven legal names penning in jwut
European countries.
II. Thomas Sees
Ike's Grandkids In
WASHINGTON. July 8 (UP)
Veteran Socialist Norman Thomas
thinks President Eisenhower's
grandchildren may live under
some form of socialism in the U U-nited
nited U-nited States.
But he doesn't mean the kind
of socialism Soviet Communist
Party Boss ..Nikita. Khriishchgy
predicted, (or future Ahiericaris
when he appeared recently over
U.S. television network. .,
Thomas said ho "deu b t-s
( Khrushchev knows what social socialism
ism socialism really Is."
The American Socialist Party
long has been a bitter, foe of Com
munism.
The 72-year-old Thomas, who
ran unsuccessfully six times for
president, was asked about .the
Khrushchev prediction at a press
JI
chUdren are Old enough to ; run
tharo'll bo no millenium."
i nomas saia evcryming is
so-
cialism,
including .- the
public
schools.."1
But he said he
is not
looking loi ''galloping socialism.'
"I'd be content if it could stand
up and walk right now," he com-.
mented. "..
Thomas said Russia now has "a
modified capitalism, modified for
the worse.', -. r ;
sod uaoie to tne iu it is m aa-
dltlon to income tax..

FIRST VISIT SINCE. 1913 MrrLeander' P. Bonneu looks over
Panama City on hla return visit with his wife this week. Mr.
Bonnell served with the Central .Division at Culebra and tht
Atlantic Division in Gatun from 1906 until 1914. This is tht
first return trip, he has made, and Mrs. Bonnell's first visit
i to this area. Their home is in Elrle, penna.

'Chico Siairtflan Here
To Stay, Spokesman Says

(PA.C) A spokesman for
the Chlco ide Oro i gold stamp
plan, which Was inaugurated
here Monday, today announced
stamp albums will always be
available and there Is no need
for the present rush by cus
tomers; of i the Chico de Oro
member stores to obtain albums.
"Customers may get many of
the free stamp albums as they
want, but they need not fear
that the supply of albums will
run out, because T ?'Chlco' is
here to stay," the spokesman
Said."'--- .: : V ; ;:,-
Despite the wide publicity
given to the simplicity of the
plan some people are still ask asking
ing asking a lot of Questions, the
spokesman declared. He went
into detail be explaining it
thus:
Let s pretend that a custom-
ex went into the Baturro super super-niarket
niarket super-niarket ' (participants in ; the-
Chlco stamp plan) and 'bought
groceries and -other items for
a total a of u $3.8S. Whew the
groceries are r bald for the
cashier will hand the customer
38 gold stamps one. for every
ten cents;
If the customer does not have

SIX WEEKS DAY PRACTICAL COURSE
; In: FAMILY MEALS and INTERNATIONAL
SPECIAL DISHES.
It is a training adaptable for commercial or home use:
Specially usable for vacation's students, brides
- r ,. .of young wives.
START, ON JULY 5th, TWipE A WEEK.
" From 3 5 p.m.
Total, cost $30.00 (thirty dollars),-. This includes
registration, tuition, laboratory and 1
Certificate free. REGISTER IMMEDIATELY!
INSTITUTO VOCAaONAL DEL HOGAR
, M. G. ESPENER Principal ;
: Ave. 6th (Peru) 35-19 Tel. 3-0775,' Panama. .

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i Acts like
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It's theWtest, fmest, im)et deb'ghtfully
fragrant talcum you can buy. At the same,
time it is lastingly deodorant and antisep antiseptic.
tic. antiseptic. 'Yea,' magical C-8 (Hexachlorophene)
in new Cuticura Talcum keeps the skin
' fresh and sweet, relieves sunburn, prevents
and relieves heat rashes and other skin
irritations. Wonderful for baby and every every-one.
one. every-one. Buy Cuticura Talcum today. "I..

gnes you more io enjoy

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So many kinds U enjoy ;'.. much anjoymeftt in each I
v CATi?LEirS CHICKEN K00DLE SOUP

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a Chlco de Oro stamp album
hor if- the one ne or sne nas
is almost tuiea wiui stamps.
all the customer has to do is
ask the cashier rl or an album.
Th stamps are to be pasted
in-the -albums .until the whole
album is filled with stamps.
Let us" suppose that the 38
stamps the Baturro customer
received completely fills the
album which had already been
partly filled. Then all the cus
tomer has to do is take the
filled gold .stamp album to the
Chico de Oro premium -center
on Justo Arosamena Ave. (op
posite the Coleglo Maria Inma Inma-puiadai
puiadai Inma-puiadai and exchange It for
one of the premiums. Of course,
the customer can also keep the
album until he has filled one,
two or three more and then ex exchange,
change, exchange, them for more valuable
premiums are available- for as
little as half an album and as
mwch as four, five or six filled
gold stamp album.;: '.':f ,.
The premiums 4ffer at the
Chico -center consist of house
hold appliances, crockery, jew jew-elry
elry jew-elry and many ; other Items suit suitable
able suitable tot personal use or for
'gifts.
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St. Raphael Plan?
Sacraments Sunday
''Jv.rV'-j : ;'J,;-'Jt ' '"Si1-- 'i.
' The Church of St. RaDhael the

Archangel (Old. Catholic) will cel
ebrate the Holy Eucharist ; next
Sunday at 7:30 a.m.
At 7:30. p.m. the sacrament of
Holy Unction (healing service); and
benediction will be h e 1 d. The
church is located at 53 Francisco
Filos St.,jVista' Hermosa.';1
AHH,
WHAT
FLAVOUR
SUPERB,
CHOCOLATY
Get ready, for a real treat!
Just add 2 heaping teaspoons
of rich. QUIK powder to
your glass of cold milk stir
and drink chocolaty,
chocolate flavour all the
way down ..
You'll' love the way QUIK
mixes .instantly without
beating or bother.-- Makes a
wonderful hot drink too.
Your grocer ha it and it's
economical. Get QUIK
today and treat the family.
WTTH THAT FAMOUS
jrESTLEk
SWISS CHOCOIAH fOAVOUt

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This Was Easy,
"MANCHESTER, N.H.I July' 3

(UP) The identity of a 3-year-l
old girl, founi) wandering in the;
street, had police stumped Mon-i
day until Patrolman Al Lone-
champs came to work. Long-
champs said that was pretty ea easy;
sy; easy; she is his daughter.
his daughter. t
BONED' CHICKEN
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M of many fine S wanton
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batauia they'ra moda by the
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For Ammens is specially
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(Offer expires Dec. SI, 1957.)

1776

I l" No. ,39-182 Via Espana nJ
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As American citizens
celebrate the 4th oft
July, let us pause to
remember 'the men
of vision who made
this Day possible.

1776
GREETINGS To

Of The Uniled Stales 01 America

To reflect on

wonderful present, and. the excitvnuf,

vista of the future make the 4tK of

July a truly glorious day! '

til

A Ktrkeby Hotel

1957

We Salute
the -United States of
JCmenca on their 181
Anniversary (Day

fflGHAMBOItlETjl

Panama

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- 1957
-. t V ) a
Our FRIEIIDS
your heritage, -of ?fh&f

CONGRATULATIONS F I

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. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1957

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wa.. i iii r i inc uglier ui viuciiiiiuu, iuunn graae must nave Deen
overwhelmed when the children showed up dressed as "Jaq," the mischievous mouse from the)
Walt 'Disney movie, "Cinderella." The costumes are made from new dry cleaning bags which'
will be distributed world-wide to cleaners using a special process. Their inventor, Don Poynter,
has previously come up with such items as bourbon toothpaste and do-it-yourself voodoo kit.

i 1 MBaiBmHi n

High Court Asked To View Florida's
Public "Attitudes' In Admission Case

o

-. F M'lll lUVVt IBVO WOl
The U.S. Supreme Court was ur- law which forbids two men from

Art inAmir r (frnn ir. IaIuvf tn n itnllri'nM Iami.1. 1. : a if

mission of a Negro to the Uni-
vprsitv ftf Florida law sfhnnl ho.

cause of a "solid wall of opposi

tion 10 integration in Florida."
Attv. On RirhnrH Frvin aolroH

the hiffh rni'rt -fn thrnm nut Mo.

gro Virgil Hawkins' latest; legal

maneuvei 10 sain entrance to tne

uaw scnooi in uainesviue. Haw Hawkins,
kins, Hawkins, from Daytona Beach, called

on tne nign court to by-pass .Flor .Florida
ida .Florida courts and' nrHpp his immsrli.

ate enrollment. f :, s

The Florida Sunrpmo rhnrf run.

ognized that Hawkins, under U,S.
deseerecrntinr mandator i.innt

be barred solely because of color.

But It Invoked stata avaratn.

ty to put off hit nrallmant in.

til public i attitudei will narmit.

Earlier, the U.S. mart hnH ri.

ed there ii na rann W i

in admitting Hawkins tp the grad-

uaie scnooi. t

In

said

I talking together, working togethtr

or siuaying logemer it tney want
to is clearly repugnant."
But. Ervin aridpd "tho Sims

twin of such a law, a court order
which compels association of per persons
sons persons aeainst thir uflshps anH

which ignores their intense oddo-

smon, is equally repugnant and
possibly even more disastrous to

numan aignity.", t

Wife Slays Spouse
VVIIh Clav Hammer,

Hacks Body Apart

DYERSBURG. Tenn.. Julv J

woman Sunday night confessed to
murdering her third husband with
a claw hammer in an argument
over a bill and cutting up his bo body
dy body with a handsaw.
Mrs. Mary Imogene Stout said

tne victim, rioyd urown stout, a

msm

.JACOTCr CM CXIDT1 r

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

We Join our good neighbors
in the observance of their
Sndependence Anniversary.
MOTTA'S

PANAMA

COLON

SAILSN

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EXPRESS CARCO SERVICE FROM U.S.
ATLANTIC PORTS TO THE REPUBLIC
OF PANAMA and CANAL ZONE. ACCEPT ACCEPTING
ING ACCEPTING CARCO FOR WEST COAST OF
SOUTH AMERICA.

Baltimore'

SAILS SAILS ARRIVES
Philadelphia New York Cristobal
June 28 July 3 Jury 9
July 9 July 12 July 19
July 12 July 17 July 23
July 19 July 24 July 30
July 28 July 31 Auf. 5

SANTA ELISA June 26
CUBA VICTORY July 5
SANTA INES July 10
SANTA MERCEDES .. July 18
SANTA OLIVIA July 26

PASSENGER SERVICE

To Colombia, Ecuador, Peru & Chile

.... ..un.. oans urisiooai, July 4 Santa Cecilia. .Sails Cristobal, July 3
Santa Isabel. .Sails Cristobal, July 11 Stita Maria.. Sails Cristobal, July 10
CARGO AND PASSENGER SERVICE

From U. S. Pacific & West Coast
Central America to the Panama Canal

TO NEW YORK

To West Coast Central
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as a meal

a brief mailed today, Erwin
"overtones nf

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law-abiding citizens" must be con- 33-year-old gravel true
sidered in determining when ra-l hal "used me all along
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uiai uars can ue lowered Mtud. v i ',.

He used the "interposition res- V' ,
plution adopted by the 1957 Legis- Steut's body, minus the head
lature evidence of the "official and was found June 21 in a
expression of the feelings of thel r,,lt n'r h,r" Mrs. Stout was
u: i. a t-.. r iJ e -x I i

wiuic peopit or fioriua. Tne re3-l aaiuruay insnr in mcm-
olution declares desegregation de- P"' ncl brought here for ques ques-cisions
cisions ques-cisions null and void In Florida tioning after the body was I-

ujiTiii Dam liic lunua cnurr nasi .uivvwi Mfiuimia.

not flouted the mandates nf th! Officert gay this account of

U.S. court but is "conscious of its hr eonfuswon

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ously seriously concerned with factual con conditions
ditions conditions other than rap'; and i

attempting t avoid untoward e-

vems ana protect Hawkns and

others from "-premature and mis-cliief-provoking
ontretemps.
The U.S. court, he said, "will
not arrogantly brush aside as
impertinent a cblay by the Su Su-preme
preme Su-preme Court of Florida based
en factual considerations and lo local
cal local conditions.",
Ervin said It Is HawVin ant

not the Florida rnnrt that ha.

shown "bad faith." He said Ha.

Kins in his extreme riVsir tn

Win hlS BOlnt.H at all rnt nimil1

have this great court completely
disregard and peremptorily strike
down the vcrv mnrforifa miix

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reasonable determination by the
Florida court that anma Hol.,t ic

expedient for reasons other than

race.

"We can understand F r v I

said, this court's ruling in effect

inm me ngni 01 ireeaom of asso association
ciation association is iSn rnhront that on,.

law which abridges this right is

our form of government."

She and Stout argued the' night

01 June 13 at their home in
Memphis about some bills he had

charged to her. After thev retfr-

ea. nis snorine keot her awake.

At about 1 a.m., Mrs. Stout woke

ner husband and they started ar

guing again.

She then hit him in the head
with a' claw hammer.
Shriff Ppfl Pitta minted hot-

then, saying in the confession, "if

mere naa Deen any way to save

his life 1 would have nlleH a

doctor, but I saw it was useless."

Mrs. Stout severed the head
and legs, from his body with a
handsaw. She wrapped the torso
in a plastic tablecloth and put
it, along with th head and legs,
in her car trunk.
She. drove east thrnnoh harm tn

the Ohio River uharo eh a tneisaA

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the gory package over a highway
bridge.

Shfl wnia tSapIr An "Mamnhla Viv

daylight Thursday, June 20, and
1 9 1 1 ... .

women ner regular snut in tne
Kimberly-Clark paper plant here
that mrwnfntf '. y,

The nrt dav tnr ura

TT t
found In the creek.

deep your hair
neat all day this nevr

South won the nnenino- lpnH nf

the eieht nf hearts with his nine

and led the lark nf rilftmnnria

West 'did tie best he could; he

covered wiin tne King.

Dummy's ace won the trick

and South -continued with the

queen, ten and a small diamond.
He discarded three nlnhe : f mm

his own hand on thesei cards.

' East, won the fourth diamond
lead with the nine and shifted
to the lack of clubs. South hlnveri

the queen and West the acec.s
West played a second club.
South took' that trick, entered

dnmmv 'with' the- ftpe' nf snariee

and cashed the last two diamond

iricKs to mane nis aouoied con
tract,,:'-' ;

As Is usuallv the 'nase when

some one 1s doubled Into game,

sometntng was wrong somewnere
and either East or West had been

guilty or a bridge crime.

Fao.h arrnsnrl the- nt.her TTast

Dointed out that West had tn he

the guilty "one; He had doubled
the t.wn nn-t.rnmn iinnt.roJt. Wut.

saio ma mis oouoie was oaseo
oh East's double of two dia diamonds
monds diamonds and that If East had held

a. real uuuDie, two no-irump
wnulrl have t,n he set. harilv

T must, acree with West Fast.

had made a bad gambling dou-
hlp nf turn fllamnnris 'Art.nn.llv.

he probably would have beaten
that contract one trick but the
great trouble with his bid was
that he had no defense azainst

the run-out.'
1 like qlose doubles of two-
Hlomntiil n,; .litVi nnt.raft.a Vnn

may pick vp a larrel of points

ana ir me nana niaKes yuu. iiavt;

for ,anythingv eJe the opponents

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IKE AND MAMIE SHED THEIR SHOES .Stec dedication
ceremonies at the new islamic Center in Washington, Presi President
dent President and Mrs. Elsenhower following Moslem customremovt
their shoes before Inspecting the mosque c,,

Coast Guard Charges Many Victims

Stubbonly Ignored Storm Warnings

WASHINGTON. Julv S CTTPV

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juanv or tne ner sons ki en hv Hnr.

ricane. Audrey would be' alive to to-dav
dav to-dav if thev hart heeded warnings

to flee their homes, according to

a oasi uuara saxety omcer.

tmor. James N. Srhrader

Coast Guard searrh and residue

omcer in iNew. Orleans, told a

press conference here the Weath
er Bureau warned of the hurri
Cane 36 hours in advanpe and "nin.

pointed. to the hour" its, arrival

lime, i hours betore it hit.

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Lord Patrick Bids

Meg To Brother's
lluolial In Ireland

LONDON. July 3 (UP)-Lord Pa

trick Beresford, who has been
Princess Margaret's favorite escort

nf the current social season, was.

reported today to have invited hef

to Ireland to auena a weuu'is.

The reports already were causing

shr- x
. The handsome Irish peer, 23,
who is nearly-four years the prin-
tess junior, was a guest of the
rnval familv at Windsor Castle

during Royal Ascot Week and ac ac-ied
ied ac-ied Marearet to the races.

Since then he has taken her ; to
theaters and Brivate oarties.
Reports said he-had invited her

tn his ancestral home in Ireland

Julv 23 to attend the wedding of

his brother, the Marquess of Wa-

terford, -who' is marrying Lady

Caroline Wyndham-Quin.

sources close to the princess
said sho had been invited. Buck

ingham Palace sources said such
an invitation would be "private"
and that they could give no infor

mation. The bridegroom's mother

"Most people had 'plenty of
time to find a safe place," he'
said. : "They simply refused to
leave their homes."
Red fVnss officials with lnno

experience in rescue work con confirmed
firmed confirmed that refusal nf nerenno tn

evacuate threatened' areas often

multiplies, casualties in natural
disasters.
Thev said everv offnrt !e tnodo

to urge people, to leave but noted
there is a legal question of wheth whether,
er, whether, a nerson can be forced tn emit

his home,;. .y :
Schrader ,saJd newspapers indj
radio stations along the Louisiana
mast eal-ried the hurricane 4arnJ

ings, "trucks were sent along the

beaches urging people to get to
high ground.
A helicopter flew over isolated
villages dragging a sign read read-,
, read-, ing: Hurriean Approaching."
Aiessaees were drnnnerl .n

den. blocks and Coast Guardsmen
knocked on doors with their warn warning.1
ing.1 warning.1 v. , v-
More than 12 hoars before Aud Aud-rey
rey Aud-rey arrived. KchraH

Weater Bureau predicted 8 to 10
foot tides. .'

"It's like a.m'an .ifiln

front steps with the. riyer rising,"

V experi-saia "ue scoils

i Bussesuons to get out, saying,
'Oh. t'S flnnHoJ K ..j '

- uaun uq never
touched .roy house.' When the wa-
into the living oom.i i

, wnen it goes Jn the houi he
gets wp on the table. When it
jets up there h.'s ready t, b.
!ak,.n.0' Byrthn I may bt
too left."

One nfficiol Vmj I' ' t'

. ""u vi a man on if i
hurricane thraton.j 4.1."" S. I I

tJ, t1?l-:j ""T"1 B OU

Bed rZZT T WJ? telephoned :

i,Vt """Huaners to warn
JfJLut "corted rescue.

ij nouse again he
would let loose with a shotgun;

In celebration oi Independence

Day the Canal Zone library ; has

placed In circulation this week a
number of books dealing ; with

American history and well

known American personalities.

' Two or these are autoblogra

Tlhles "A Tefferann TrAftl4

by Thomas Jefferson; and "Mr.

Franklin" by Benjamin Frank

lin: A third is abou t James
Madison written by Irving' Brant.
A complete list of books placed

on circulation follows:

, NON-FICTION: Sound of the

Guns, Downey; America's Nat

ural Wonders, Colby; Painting in

America, Richardson; Our Lit

In Legal

Baffle For Tof

In Rhode Island

PROVIDENCB:, R.I. July J (TJP)
Two brothers m. lv-j

day. in a legal custody battle for
a three-year-old girl
' Attorney Edward W cv. .1

West Palm Beach ri. SEtii

Superior Court to rega'in cSsVody
The nlhte,'r',fr0.m hls brother;
The child, Valerie Hope -Starr,
has been ctred for since her moth-
er, Chester Starr, of East PrnvM.

ence.

Edward Starr.

is still strong, and althoueh thou

sands af Englishmen and their

families vacation in Ireland with

out discomfort, it would be differ

ent for a member of the royal

family or government.

A visit to Ireland by Princess

Margaret would be the first royal

visit mere since 1915.

A salute to the v
United States of America
ow the ',

and the bride's aunt said Marga- erary Heritage, Broolcs; Amerl Amerl-ret
ret Amerl-ret had not been invited. - can Heritage, American Heri-

Court observers said 4hn secu- tage; Battle For Manhattan,

rity risk alone would bar a visit, i Bliven ;and Men of. the Western

Anti-British sentiment in Ireland Waters, van Everyrv

FICTION: Home Before Dark,

Basslng; Pale Moon, Burnett;

The Fire Trap, Cameron; The

Ballad of Cat Pallou, Chanslor;

The Town, Faulkner; Highcage,
Frazee; A Sailor Named Jones,

Halslip; Fair with Rain, Head;

Bestseller, Murray; The Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming Game, Nemerov; and

Mr. Arkadin, Welles.

CHILDREN'S BOOKS: Princess

Mary of Maryland.- Agle; The

Little Fisherman. Brown; Spar

ky, the Fire Dog, Browning; ed-

aminondas and His Auntie, Bry Bryant;
ant; Bryant; The Mystery at the Shut Shuttered
tered Shuttered Hotel, Govan; Fair Prize,
Griffin; Auction Today, Hilles;
Mystery of the Long House. Mac-

Donald; Boy. an Ozark Coon-

hound. Meek; Ethan Allen and
the Green Mountain Boys,

Brown; Tecumseh, Shawnee Boy,
Stevenson ; and America Builds

Homes, Dalgliesh. ,

Whn Via.-

married five times, including a
remarriage to his first wife,
c aims he told his brother afid

a.sier-iniaw that their care Jof
Valerie would be temporary.
Starr said that when he asked
for return nf the chiu v.;. w"

f'J0" going to have a
ngnt on your hands. hnM...

not getUng the child. I'll show you
thst you're not as smart an at attorney
torney attorney as you think you are
H.e fif-ter Starr and nis wife ear-
Her this year started

ceeding, for the-girT Edw7rd fffed
a habeas corpus petition seekinr
wg, which started Mnnd.v re

sumes today. i

. One of the, toughest decisions
to moke Is hen to storf being
middle-oged. u

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ALL CROWN-UP-Viewm of
"stone -age" television C1949.
50) may recall this young lady
and her "partner." Pretty Shir,
ley Dinsdale was a ventriloquist
then, appearing with "Judj,
Splinters" who is shown In thit'
early picture with Shirley. To Today
day Today Shirley's Mrs. Frank Lay-J
bum of Colorado Springs, Colo.
She has a three-year-old girt,
Patty, and a thte-m&iO-oa
on, George.

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Commander Will Keep US 6th Fleet
In Mediterranean If War Strikes

PALMA,' Mallorca, July 3 (UP)
The U.S. Wavy apparently in intend
tend intend to-keen its ble 6th Fleet in

the Mediterranean Sea in, event of
... 1 .1. A iL.

gwoiu wax even- at ioe risx oi sag sag-rificingSiarge
rificingSiarge sag-rificingSiarge parts of the force.
- Vice t Adra Charles R. Brown,
fleet commander, says that should
such a war eome, be intends to
hold his,hrci in the Mediterranean
and strike the enemy "with every everything
thing everything I have." ; ..
"I am not contemplating with withdrawing
drawing withdrawing to the Atlantic at all,"
lie saiff in an interview during a'
visit iV. his .flagship Salem to this
Spanish) island s

Brown's' position' differs frftra

that of- many U.S. -Air Force offi

cers and other critics who con

tend the 6th Fleet's power is aver

rated because it would have to

withdraw tu the Atlantic or be win

d out if an -atomic war started.

"It I can last the first it hours
Of war my chances of staying
bar 'are1 tripled," Brown said.
JDurine that period, he explain

ed, the. Ax Force's Strategic Air
Command would get in Us .most

.powerful blows against -the ; Red

air forci vastly reducing of elim eliminating
inating eliminating the Communists' capacity
for' attack- W'. s.--':
, The possibility exists. Brown
said, that the Ctb Fleet would get
through the first violent exchange
of blowsin an. all-out var without

suffering substantial damage.
He declined to say whether he
plans to keen 5th Fleet units in the

eastern Mediterranean or withdraw

them to the western sector of the
sea if an attack on the West seems
likely Uf develop, f '
His fleet is pledged to support
land battles in southern Europe,
he said, and "I can't do it any
other way than by- being here" in
the Mediterranean.
Brown believes, however, that
his -force should b doubled In
men and ships to meet its com commitments
mitments commitments in the troubled Middle'
East 'and Mediterranean.
With broadened responsibilities
under tut" Eisenhower doctrine for

keeping peace in the area, Brown
would .ike to beef up the fleet and

operate it ast wo task forces. He

then cou;d keep one force in the
eastern Mediterranean continually
as a visible warning to Red ag aggressors
gressors aggressors while the other plies the
western sector. 1
The 6tn Fleet now" totals 60 ships,
135 aircraft and 25,000 to 30,000
men. About 100 of the aircraft
aboard the, carriers Forrestal and
Lake hamplai'n are jets, includ including
ing including 12 A3D jet bombers. The re remainder
mainder remainder are piston engine and
Skyraider planes. .
The A3D, bombers are able to de deliver
liver deliver nuclear bombs 1,000 miles

rrom carrier oecxs. ine neers
missile power will pick up with ar

rival of the cruiser Canberra and
the carrier Randolph. The Ran Randolph
dolph Randolph and Franklin D. Roosevelt
will,1 relieves the. Forrestal and
Champlain in mid-July.

Brown feels the fleet should
have four" large carriers and t
nermanentiv assigned anti sub-

marine force of one small carrier

and several' escort j destroyers.:
Such a force has new tignlfi.
cance with th arrival in the Me Mediterranean
diterranean Mediterranean of Russian submaf submaf-jnes
jnes submaf-jnes
Doubling the carriers and Oper Operating
ating Operating two task forces, Brown said,
would mean doubling the number

of auDDortine combatant and sup

ply ships and personnel.

The Admiral aaia me ueet

geared more for offense than de

fense in war He described as
the strongest military force In the

area, not even barring the big jet

bdmber units which the Air i orce
operates out of Africa
Ha saiJ atomie weapons give his

air arm more power than all the

Air Forces of World war 11. wnen
it was noted that the same
claim could be made for a single
airnlan carrvini a miltl-megaton

hvdroien bomb. Brown replied his

claim "stiu sounas awruuy gooa io

No Secret Information Stolen
By Newsmen, Says Gen. Meloy

the 'curiosity of some individuals,
that is different,." Brownell said.

Shewed No Wrenadelnff

WASHINGTON,- July 3 (UP) -r
Maj. Get: Guy & Meloy, Army
chief ot iniormation, testified yes yesterday
terday yesterday tie knew of no case in

"stolen or purloined" by news- Moss said he eventually would

man I Colli UU funuu w -,-.r-
IXicu .... ,, , At. Ua

H alsu told a House Inform- policy involving uw

tion subcommittee that the mili-. said th list: auppued oy wngm

tary departments would have to

resort to an vron-ruie: oi censor censorship
ship censorship to keep the Jid on all data
they didn't want published.

Meloy was questionea in me

licht of a recommendation- by- a

ram mission on Government St

curity that jail terms and fines

be provided for unauthorized

communication of highly-secret

information. ,.

The commission, headed ny

Loyd Wrights said "the purveyor,
of information Vital to national

security, purloined by;; devious

means, gives aid to our enemies
as effectively as the foreign

agents.

Listed v Examples
. t

Elaborating on the commission

report yesterday, Wright listed 15

examples or news ne regaraea as
"prejudicial'' to national security.

In addition, he said, other "dark

chanters of betrayal" had been

kept from the public view by the

administration.
Subcommittee Chairman John
E. Moss (D-Calif) said Wright

identified Attorney General Her

bert Brownell Jr. as the official
who woulf not permit documenta documentation
tion documentation of cases of news disclosures
' serioii3ly affecting security."
Browneb said at Binghamton,
N.Y., that .he "acted to protect
the best irterests of the govern government"
ment" government" m withholding FBI, files on
the investigation of security leaks

by newsmen.

He said he made the tun inior iniormation
mation iniormation available to the ''Wright

committee. But "when it comes I
to disclosing publicly ; classified j

information in the FBI files, for

ra nniv a "summary of conten

tions" ana showed no wrongdoing

on the part of the press.
. Mosa asked Meloy whether he

had encountered Ja nis lMi teara
1 as Arrav information chief any

cases of "improper publicaUon of

information."
"I have never seen anybody
that hes stolen or purloined any

information," tbe general repuea.
He also was asked .whether it
wa nossiLie to determine from a

news story whether the reporter

ant hi mujrmation from a source

Classified as secret of deduced it

from, known tacts as -a reaion-

ahlv alert nerson."

Meloy1 replied that he didn't
know how thia. could be proved

"unless you caught him redhana redhana-a
a redhana-a ufith th classified source."

Mn.x-.id arlier he would ask

for specific information on the 15
examples cited by Wright as im improper
proper improper news disclosures. He also

planned nun mrutui vycx m

commission's proposal to prose
eute persons publishing secrets.

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where you con spend your time
cooking and cleaning just as If
you were at home. J

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to a Houston, Tex., barber shop. The tot's mother, Mrs. James
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of the United States of America
and those residing in the Repu Repu-blica
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, JULY I,
ilesublutioh Demands Foreign Nations
fiive Up Right To Try U.S. Soldiers
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By NEIL MACNEIL

defense Secretary Charles E. Wil Wil-ttn
ttn Wil-ttn warned Congress today that

ifie United States would be forced

to withdraw all' its oversea troops
aftd revert td a "fortress Ameri America"
ca" America" if it broke its Status-of-Forces
Agreements with other countries.
; Wilson and Undersecretary of
State Christian A. Herter said the
agreements are not favor granted
b,y this country to its allies, but
just the reverse. Without them,
they said, the United St3tes would
lave no jurisdiction over crimes
WJtnmitted by its forces abroad,
TThe administration officials sub submitted
mitted submitted their statements to the

House Foreign Affairs Committee,

host governmentalsofhajurtsiIfM

tion over thevmost.,, serious, w-ouiyi
crimes. The tMted, State jboldH

jurisdiction over other oibduty

crimes.

840 fees Panama Utr
1090 Kcs., Colon ;

The cOmmittee-approveH iTestfta-

tion would call on roestytenci

h ispnnnwer ,to reneeouaieT -uieji-.i

agreements and demand (hat .for

eign nations give up- m nsflis v
trv U.S. trooos on their sail-If

the foreign governments reiusea,

Eisenhower would "denounce, or

break, the pacts.

Wilson told the committee there
Was no chance new agreements

could be negotiated. If the resolu

tion should be aoproved by Con

gress, he said, misennower wouia

r"Tp which has passed a resolution de- have to break the agreements,
rhanding that agreements with-call home U.S. troops and revert

foreign countries dealing witn to a "fortress America' aeiense

trials of U.S. s e r viceme n be against communism.,
scrapped or renegotiated. i

The resolution stemmed from "The authors of this measure

the dispute over the proposed seem to assume that-foreign gov
Japanese trial of G.I. William S.'ernments would be willing to per

Girard tor killing a Japanese wo

man while on duty. The commit committee
tee committee wants to insure that U.S.
troops are tried by American
courts.

Off Duty Crimes

mit our trooDs to remain in their

territory after the denunciation of

the applicable Status-of-Forces

agreement," he said.
' Insist On Withdrawal'

"Under

pal inhabitants while off duty. The

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MARGARITA 6:15

"THE SWAN"

8:20

CRISTOBAL 7:00

"ISTANBUL"

PARAISO 6:15 7:50

TWO FISTED STRANGER"

LA BOCA 7:00

"HOME OF THE BRAVE"
"GUNFIRE

(SANTA CRUZ 6:15 7:30

Last Train From Bonpbay"

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ICAMP BIERD 6:15 7:50

"PRAIRIE GUNSMOKE"

"Nnfhintr in our experience

the Status-of-Forces I leads us to take' so optimistic a

erppmenls. foreign courts holdivipw of the consequences. On. the

Jurisdiction over U.S. servicemen I contrary, we believe the foreign
or crimes committed against Io-I governments would Drobably in

sist, on the withdrawal oi mese
troops."
But even if thev didn't Wilson

I said, the United States would not
be wise to leave its men abroad
when it had no legal jurisdiction
lover offenses Ithey committed.

Wilson said no country has to
allow "any of our troops to enter
its territory, or fly from air bases
on its soil, or to conduct maneu-

vprs across its countrysiHe. or to

allow American naval activities to

be baseoV at its seaports.
' "Over all these matters, the fi final
nal final word rests with the foreign
nation and, unless the United

States is preoared to xgrpe to tne
conditions which it stipulates, we
simoly cannot maintain the de defensive
fensive defensive posture which has become
an integral nart of the defpnse. of

the United States," he said.

Telephones:. 2-3060 Panama
1063 Colon

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i -an Mominir Salon Concert

8:15 Church In The Wildwood

8:30 Musical Reveille
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1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers'
1:45 Spirit Of The Vikings
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Much-B i n d i n g-In-The-Marsh
8:00 Hank Snow And His
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3 : IS Sammy Kay e Show
3:30 Music- For Thursday
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IN REGULAR-ARMY Seven officers from the Canal Zone are Included So. the 1,000 no

minated for appointment In the regular army uncer the provisions of Public Law 737, 84th
Congress. Being congratulated by Brig. Gen. Milton L. Ogden, deputy commanding : general
US ARC AR IB, are., left to right: 1st Lt. William N. Bradberry,? 20th Inf. Ft. Kobbe; 1st Lt,
Keith Q. Colson, 20th Inf. Ft. Kobbe; 1st Lt. Allan N. Downey, USA Trans. .Serv., Ft. Clay?
ton. and 1st Lt. Claude P. Magrath, 903rd AAA Battalion. Others not pictured are 1st Lt.
Henry E. Dreher, 20th Inf. Ft. Kobbe; 1st Lt. Roy M. Strom, 9.03rd AAA Battalion, Fort Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, and 1st Lt. Donald J. Green, 20th Inf. Ft. Kobbe. (U.S. Army Photo)

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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Ifolly

w'oodites Are 11 Taking About; Mae

Murrar and Francis X. Bushman

dancihu the 'Merry Widow Watl?!'

together at tne reopening oi uie

famed Cocoanut urove, ine ow

time movie idols; in the audience

as guests of honor; rated more ap

plause than the star of the snow,

Tony,Martui.;

Lana Turner prodding Lex Bar

ker for a quick divorce and his

Mr. Relaxed act 'about the whole
thine. He's been livinft.it up in

Acapulco while Lana has been

working in a movie.

Lenny Bruce's last word .to an

overrated gal singer "who told

him: v-

I never know what to do with

my hands wjiile I'm. sinking."

Suggested'' Lenny: "Why a o n't

you Jiold them over yourvmouMi;;

wtsy Drake's quote about hub-

' Carv Grant: "Before I 'go Mo

e dentist. Cary always hypnotiz

es me.f. Aren't you kidding, lady?

PAT SHEEHAN. The Rorceous

Tropicana Hotel chorus girl Bing

Crosby dated in Las Vegas, and
her -loner list of publicity titles

like Miss San r rancisco ana raiss

Dairv Maid.' But the way Bing

looked like the "Man on FJ t e"

(title' of his new film) over her
ifs obvious that she has never
been' voted "Miss Man-on Fire-

Prevention Week."

who gives so much to a role: but

who stiU hasn't won the, break

she deserves; Dorothy f MpGuirt,
for the truth in Jier acting, and
Bette Davis, who gave. me a break. -by
asking for me when I return

ed to Hollywood from war serv

ice.,
ROBERT tSTACK not1 acting
worried about not acting during 1
his Fox suspension. He's on r sit-

down strike after nixing "a role

i wouwnt nave played 10 years

ago."

That sign outside a Hollywood
night club: "Just Plain Bill
stings Calyso." Bet the Calypso
SingtrV Trick Name Depart,
ment has something to say about
that.

Young Mother Indicted For l(iilinri

Committed By Her 10-Year-Old Son

HAZELHURST, Miss., June 3, toy into planning the shooting and home of a neighbor, Mrs. Daisy

(UP) A young mother was held stood calmly by as he carried it called a doctor, the prosecutor!

today on a charge that she al out. said.

District Attorney Mike Carr Mrs. Daisy "poisoned the boy s
said Mrs. Daisy "very, convenient- mind" against his father by com com-lv
lv com-lv eot a box of bullets" for the plaining about his mistreatine

rifle slaying of his boy to practice with after he had her and drinking heavily, tne

told her, "get. me some cartridges prosecutor said, but these facts
and I'll shoot him (the father y aid not come to light until yester yester-for
for yester-for you." The woman was quoted day, when the boy made a "full
as saying Leo wanted to kill his confession.'"

rtrupKH following the boy's

lowed her 10-year-old son to prac practice
tice practice his marksmanship for a week

is their backyard and successful

ly plot the

father.

Clyde Primm'i idea for hor horror
ror horror picture to end- all horror

Hf d by; world of monsters, and
I monstrous sojintist invents a

human' beinq. The human starts starts-to
to starts-to walk and talk and all the
monsters run for the. hills.

Frank Gifford, pro star of the
New York Giant gridders, playing
a tough Gr In "Darby's Rangers."

Mrs. Aley Daisy. 32. was indict

ed for murder yesterday in con
nection with the death of her 41

year-old husband last Wednesday!

Illglll. lie SUli, ucu uaioj, nnv
nlaced under a technical murder

charge but was turnea over 10 vemenuy awaKenea me

juvenile authorities, . .. J when Jus f

AUtnOriUeS 1SU cuaiicu mat iiuiu will vu

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agreeing

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father because he was a drupfe Following the bovrs statement

the mother was questioned and uoii" into cities wnere u nas

Carr said she also "very con-. irmn. ,i The w

the woman

"brainwashed" the

A ..il n ... ., fkuwf 41ia fllm'e nrnfiic

Uh.n his Qthor retiirnerl home """u were cauea imo ine.

i H.vy-tzrr -r. last-Thursday nv the nhvsi

Today Encanto .35, .20
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. John Wayne 4n
"WING. OF EAGLES
Dean Mariln in
"Tejt Thousand Bedrooms'

Today IDEAL .20 .70
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killini; 1 loullu ulav iyng aeaa

"His mother could have taken' lu luc llvln roora

the gun at any time, the prose

she admitted

cutor said, '.'but

she never did.!'

Mrs. Daisy and her son were

quoted as saying Daisy was drunk
when he came iome on the night
of the slaying.
"The physical evidence doesn't
bear that out," Carr said. "He

drove hiscar into a narrow ga

rage,

Ndver Give Up

ATLANTA, July 3 (UP) It
took twins to get Mrs. Claude Scott
to the delivery room.
Mrs. Scott's 3-year-old" daughetr
was bornV'just two red lights"!

from the hospital and Monday she

George C. Durilap
Leaves PanCanal
On 22nd Anniversary
George C. Dunlap, associate
project engineer, of the Panama
Canal Power Conversion project,
worked his last day for the Ca

nal organization yesterday.
Through coincidence, his last
day, with the canal feJU on the
22nd anniversary of. the day on
which he was employed.
As a young engineer, not too
long out of Massachusetts Insti Institute
tute Institute of Technology, Mr. Dunlap
was employed July 2, 1935 as a
recorder in the Electrical Divi Division.
sion. Division. He held various engineering
positions with the Electrical Di Division
vision Division and watfpromoted to Chief
Of the Power Branch In 1951. in
1955 he was transferred to. the
Power conversion project as As Associate
sociate Associate Engineer. 1

Duhlan is well known as an ac-

Baby tive supporter of the Boy Scouts

ana, he, as well as. his wife, is
one of the top flight ham radio
operators in the Canal zoner

He and Mrs. Dunlap and their

to

"Elizabeth and Essex," the 1939

movie, due for a reissue and lift lifted
ed lifted eyebrows over the gal playing
Bette Davis' Lady-in-waiting.
She's billed as Nanette Fabares
but you know her now as Fabray.

Robert Rich, the missing Oscar
winner (for the best story of the
year, "The Brave One") still on
the Missing Persons list. Which
cued Groucho Marx to quip:
"Since they haven't yet found Rob

ert Rich, isn't it about time the

ton, Robert, wfll leave Saturday
by plane en route to his hotneVr

town of La Ferla, Texas, where
he will be associated In a family
business. His. second son, David,
left last week with the Canal
Zone Boy Scouts to attend the
National Jamboree at Valley
Forge.

Run In The Sun

walked across a dark room to
turn on the lights."

Leo and his mother were wait

ing in the dark living room, Carr
said, and when the lights went on

the boy shot his father. Then he the hospital delivery room

and the mother and a younger

brother crawled under the house
and spent the rest of the night.
After having breakfast at the

MILWAUKEE. Wis.. July S

ambulance on the way to the Writer' 'Guild -hunt mnnnmpnf ; (UP) Anthonv Plolto 22 wa

same hospital. to the Unknown Writer?" charged with dis6rderly conduct
Hqwever, the ambulance driver ; I Monday for exercising a horse
didn't give up this time. The by- -The hading ladies Glenn Ford on a crowded" Lake Michigan
by's twin brother began his life fn remembers best during V years bench. Police said he scared

oi. movie acting: -uonna need, pamers.

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CLOSF GUARTFRS Pilot James Dudzinsk-t rppivv"hnl n fMt

light plane fn this 30-by-30ffoot back yard fter developing engine trouble over Detroit: Only f
the nose and undercarriage of the plane were damaged.. Dudinski, a 87-year-old World War II t
Air Force veteran, said ihe tiny yard was his second choice for a landing. His first choice, a play-
ground, was crowded with children, , n

JFc are pleased to congratulate tfie :
JUnitfd States of America on its
181st. ANNIVERSARY

, CAS A SPORt S,A
MUEBLERIX EL DIABLO
industrial madererA, s; A

-AFFILlATED-r

1-WASHICGTONJune 3 (UP)
Attorneys for .Teamsters Vice
President James R. Hofta moved

for a mistrial yesterday in the

government s prosecution of tne
union leader; on bribery-conspiracy
charges.

Federal Judge Bur nit a F. Mat

thews probably will rule today.

put sue indicated little sympathy

witn tne defense mouon mat gov

ernment witness John Cye Cheas-

ty prejudiced the predominantly

XMegro jury last week by picturing

himself as a champion of Negro

ngnts.

: JHoffa and Miami attorney Hy

man 1. Fischbach are on trial on

charges that .they bribed Cheasty,

a new York attorney.' to get

job on the staff of the Senate La

bor Rackets Committee and alio

Hoffa confidential committee in

formation. .. :

uHoffa't lawyer, Edward Bennett

Williams, and rischbach s attor

ney, Daniel B.Maher, based their

mistrial-; motion on unestry an answers
swers answers during Mi corsa examina

tion last Friday on his rol& as

state investigator-of a 1956 TaUa
hassee, Fla. Negro bus boycott.

Maher contended that Cheasty

was allowed to give "LOOO words

of testimony beyond the proper

answers to wiluams' questions.
x Maher taM Chaasty prectadtd
t "paint himtalf as fearless
crusader" for Nagrt rights in

As a result, he said, the jurors
would tend, to reach a verdict

"not on -the basis" of the evl

deuce against the defendants but
on their own feelings on racial

matters."---

Reserving her decision, the

Judge observed that wiuaims him

self had. injected the racial ques

tion into his cross-examination of

Cheasty, U.S. Prosecutor Edward

P. Troxell also contended that
Williams' questions themselves
were "highly prejudicial."
Pending a ruUng on the mistrl
al motion; Williams cross-examined
Cheasty about his first conver conversation
sation conversation Feb. 13 with Fischbach,
who is accused of being the go go-between
between go-between between Cheasty and Hof Hoffa,
fa, Hoffa, v.-- .......
Williams noted that Cheasty last
week testfied that Fischbach re remarked
marked remarked during the conversation
that the best way to "handle" the
Senate investigation was "to get
someone on the inside of the c6m c6m-mittee
mittee c6m-mittee who could feed information
out." : ':
Under Williams' cross-axaml-
natien, Cheasty conceded he did

mention this remark in telling
Commiittee Chairman John -L. i
WeCltllan Dark about the alltj- i

ed bribery scheme.

. Williams also noted that Cheas Cheasty
ty Cheasty testified he answered Fisch Fisch-bach's
bach's Fisch-bach's remark by commenting
that the scheme "sounds like a

practical idea." Williams asked!
Cheasty if he actually thought1 it j

was "a practical idea."
VI certainly did not," Cheasty
snapped.
Williams then asked if Cheasty
did not ask Fischbach: "What's
in it for me?"
Cheasty replied that he did
make such a remark "about that
time" in the conversation. i
Cheasty flared visibly when Wil Williams
liams Williams asked him if Hoffa had not
given him $2,000 on Feb. 13, in instead
stead instead of the $1,000 Cheasty con contended.
tended. contended. L J.
"That's a lie,". Cheasty snap

ped. He said he wanted to deny

posiuveiy' be Had received 2..

Oonhat date. :

Stubborn Grocer's
Hail ol Dollies
Routs Holilup Man

MIAMI, July S (UP) Vivian
Turner, 58-year-old grocer, gave a

wouldbe holdup man1 more mer merchandise
chandise merchandise than he bargained, for

last night. v t

957

Turner told police that when
the bandit walked into his store

and said. "Don't say a word, this

is it," he tried to tackle him and

missed.
But' when Turner came up. he

was throwing everything he could
get his hands on, and ths 'thief

retreated under- the hail of hot
ties and packages.

G.B. Buck, a butcher- summon'

ed by Turner's calls for help, ran

in from the warehouse, throw

ing more foodstuffs at the fleeing

bandit.

With one bandit vanquished J

Turner said he ran to the rront

of the store and was jumped front

behind by an accomplice of the

gunman. He threw the man over

his shoulder and the accomplice
ran. Turner eaid he saw the two

men get in a car and drive of.

W)e Salute lite

United Slates of Jli

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPfe
WEDNESDAY, JULY J, 1951
'3
Over 780 76 Conpefe In Elks Gdmbda My mhmimmm

Yon McDa n iel Paying

Cards' Investment With
Spectacular Beginning

By MILTON, RICHMAN

1 fTUEW YORK, July 3 (UP) Roo

"iltin Vun McDaniel. a $50,000 in-.

""vestment by the St. Louis Cardin

ajs, already has paid off with a
:,' more KDectacular big league be-

, ""cinnine than even Bob Feller.

, .When FeUer broke in as an awk-

ward

17 year-old with

he had

"VkifV in 1Wfi hp had a

,n his first season and

Cleveland

5-3 record

3.34 earn

p.A run average

The 18-year-old McDaniel, paid

m tto.oog bonus upon nis mgn

. school graduation five week a a-A"go,
A"go, a-A"go, already has a 4-0 record with

the Cards and i.au earned run

-3

3eT

1 .fc.

Major League

Leaders

LEADING BATTERS

Baed M MS official at bats)

t t wa(onai league
and C CAB R H Pet.

SKSndy,- Pitt. 1 248 30 88 358
Wsial, St. Louis 70 279 46 98 .351
rXJron, Mil. 74 315 59 106 .337
'Rebinson, Cind 72 292 56 94 .322
rhiys, New YoJt 72 276 55 89 .322
' Hodges, Bkn. 67 259 38 83 .320

r Ctoioli, Bkn. 62 252 43 80 .317

H. Smith. St. L. 53 194 16 60 .309

45 183 19 57 .308

Mil. 70 305 39 93 .305

65 233 34 71 .305

If

f American Laagua

Williams. Boston

Boyd, Bait.
Malzohe, Boston
Fox. Chicago

.JSkowron, N.Y.

ijemon, wasn.

I , ll H. Smith, St.
If',' Groat, Pitt,
f i Schoendienst,
? Moryn, Chi.

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7 i:

Minoso, Chicago

McDougald, N.Y,
if Wertz, Cleve.

71 241 64 92 .382

66 231 53 82 355
69 230 42 78 .339
72 294 33 98 .333
72 280 44 91 325
66 254 38 82 .323
74 287 36 91 .317
72 2181 42 87 .310
66 255 44 79 310

69 240 41 74 .c

T:

HOME RUNS
, T- National Loaguo
Aaron, Braves
J;tMusial, Cards
'Mathews, Braves
' Snider, Dodgers
I', Crowe, Redlegs
Banks, Cubs
h
f Amarican Laagua
if Mantle, Yanks
Williams Red Sox
a Sievers. Senators
'Maxwell, Tigers
. Zernial, Athletics

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16
15

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15

RINS BATTED IN
National Laaaut

1 nuuu, nitvcB

iMAsiai; Cards
;-Hrik( Redlegs
li'Ertnis, Cards
j M ys, Giants
'
. j Amarican Ltasut
Silvers. Senators
i Mintle, Yanks
. MIzone, Red Sox
f'.Skbwron, Yanks
'Jehsen, Red Sox

W L Pet.

avaragn that is helping them
horn in on the National League
lead again.
McDaniel retired the first 18 Mil

waukee batters in a row last night
in posting a 4-2 victory that mov

ed St. Louis within a game of
first place. Accustomed to pitch pitching
ing pitching only seven innings in. high

school, the Cardinals rookie yield

ed four hits and two runs In the

seventh and was replaced by ve

teran Hoyt Wilhelm in the eighth

when he gave up another hit.

so lar; McDaniel has given up
only six runs in ,31? 2-3 innings

while striking out 20.

Cincinnati took over first place

fiom the Braves by defeating the

Cubs, 8-6, in 10 innings, and the

Dodgers blanked the Giants, 6-0.

fittsDui dh and Philadelphia were

not scheduled.
The Yankees maintained their
two-garm lead in the American
League race with an 11 -inning 6 6-4
4 6-4 victory over the Orioles; the
White Sox beat the Tigers, 4-2,
and Boston moved into 3rd place
with a 2-1 decision over Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. Cleveland and Kansas
City were idl.
Doubles by George Crowe and

Don Hoak coupled with three walks

gave the Redlegs their two runs

111 the 10th that beat Chicago. Cin

cinnati hopped on starter .Don

Kaiser toi live runs in tht second

inning with the help of a grand-

slam homer by Wally Post but

homers by Lee Walls and Ernie

Banks enabled Chicago to tie the

score. Raul Sanchez was the win-,
ner.

' Forty year-old Sal Maglie, pitch

Ing his first complete game since

the season opener, limited the

Giants to four hits as the Dod Dodgers
gers Dodgers put together three-run rallies

in the third and sixth innings. Er

rors by shortstop Andre Rodgers

and catcher Wes Westrum set up

Brooklyn's first rally while Elmer

Valo s triple and Carl Furmo s

double featured the sixth inning
assault.

Gil McDougald's two-run double

off George Zuverink with two out
in the 11th enabled southpaw Whit Whit-ey
ey Whit-ey Ford to post his second victory
in relief for the Yankees in as
many days. The victory was the
Yanks' sixth in a row and it came
after they had trailed 3-0 until the
seventh. ft
Fr.nkLery 0f ptroitied 2-1

until the eighth inning when Lar Larry
ry Larry Doby clouted a three-run horn
or into the left field stands to
giv the White Sox their victo victory.
ry. victory. Southpaw Billy Pierce pitch pitched
ed pitched a five-hitter for his 11th
triumph but 4)11 behind when
Frank Boiling homered in the
seventh.
Catcher Sammv White drove in

both Boston runs as the Red Sox

subdued the Senators even though
being neld to three hits by Camilo
Pascual and R u s s Kern merer.
White's fifth inning single tied the
score at 1-all and his sacrifice fly
brought in Jackie Jensen with the
winning run in the seventh. Big
Frank Sullivan gave up six hits
and 'struck out seven to register

his seventn victory.

Coco Solo Vs. Guaracheros Benefit
Basketball Game In Colon Tonight

By HERBERT MOISE
COLON .A twin bill dubbed

as tne "Battles of the Giants"

will pit four evenly matched

teams against each other with

the Coco Solo Naval Station
combination going against Co

lon's Guaracheros in the main
event at the Claudia Lowe Gym
of the Abel Bravo College m co

lon.

This July 3 get-together of the
Atlantic side Sailors Marines

and Guaracheros is an annual

affair on the eve of the lndepen

dence of the United states. The
proceeds of these games are al always
ways always used for some charitable

purpose. -The
program this year Is un

der the sponsorship of the "Phi

DelDhia Gamma Club" of Colon.

This club is comprised or sev

eral young ladles from coion.

Mrs. Silvia Rowe de ArchiBoid is

the president. These ladies are
making their debut in this phase
of their proposed activities and
the DreDaration nut into the

Dresentation of these games Is

one that is hiehlv commendable.

The funds from this game will

be sent to the Santa Luisa 01a

People's Home in Puerto PHon.

Coco Solo vs Guaracheros
A combined team from the

Coco Solo Naval Station formed

bv sailors and marines stationed

on this base will meet the star star-studded
studded star-studded aggregation playing un under
der under the name of the Guarache Guaracheros
ros Guaracheros social and Sporting Club.
The rosters of these teams were

not available at press time but
unofficially many big names in
Armed Services and Panamanian
basketball will be on the floor.
In the past the games have all
been thrillers with the colonites
holding a 8lleht lead in the se

ries standing; Ever since the
foundation of this Colon sporting

and social club, the members

have run up a string of brilliant
athletic victories and thus have

a record that will be hard to

match In the annals of sports In
this city.

Such importance has Deen at

tached to this inter-American
goodwill contest that the Mayor

of Colon,. Jose Maria "Pepe" VI
ves, wlllMonate a trophy to thfc
winning team and Joseph Har

rington, prominent member of
the American society here, will
donate the consolation trophy.

Cristobal High Alumnl-uuara

()

SLEEPER ,' Bubba Phillips

was just another name oh the
White Sox roster at the outset,
but helped the Chicago club in

its fine start. The Mississippi
Southern lad is eauallv at hnm

on third base and in the outfield.
. 1 1

ISCCs First

Elks Basketball

$500 Worth

Of Trophies

For Winners

Editor; CONRADO SARCEANT

STANDINGS:
Boilermakers
The Dons
Dukes
Diplomats

Won Lost
3 a
2 JA
1.2'
0 3

In Tuesday evening's opener, the

BoiiermaKers toon sole possession
of first place bv defeating' th

uons sz 47. From the start, this

game was very close and the lead

changed hands, for the first three

quarters.. In the last quarter. the
Boilermarkers were able to maint maintain
ain maintain the lead tnd thus go on to vie
tory. Lem Kirkland, high ; point

man iur me enure evening, led hid
Boilermakers with 27 Doints- whn

Raul Barbara and Al Nahmad had

f" nu pomts respectively for

uic ujsmj Lions. ,., ,,
The second earn n tha rtnird

defeating the Diplomats 40-33, in
another close came. The nniroe

received aid from newcomer Ga Gary
ry Gary Alexander, who along with Tom
Cunningham. also playing very

gooa Dan tftis year. dsppH thoir

team witn 13 Domts each Th m.

plomats, again minus their experi-

k 11 ,K m"n Piayeo a very good

uau Kdllie wun ine avsllnhla ma

lertai. ueorge uartner scored 14

points ior tne losing Diplomats.

uue 10 me nauonal lipliday, on
Thursday of this week.

wll be played until the following

luesoay, July 9. Meeting in the
first game will be the league lead

ing Boilermakers and the cellar

aweiiing Diplomats. In the second

game, the Dukes will meet the

Ihe Dons. ,',

The box scores:

Cross Country I"
Rally $uess

1st.

PLAYER

E. Barbara'

Nahmad
McKoown
Libert

A. Libert

A. Lagassie

Morris

Game
FG FT PF .TOT

cheros, Jr. In Opener
Phi Delpha Gamma in their

planning selected the quinieis

that will play under tne name 01
"Cristobal High School Alumni"

and the Guaracheros, Jr. These
teams have been practicing as
units for some time now and
promise to set the pace for what

should be a torrid evening 01

good basketball.

Last Saturday and Sundav. 'the

Isthmian Sports Car' Club spon

sored a cross country rallv and o-

vernight sojourn to the interior.

Members met at the Cocoli Club

house. But Weishaar took charge.

ine group proceeded as a caravan
to Santa Clara Casino, where they
had lunch and received their in-

istructions. The planning commit

tee, composed of Robert Harvey
and Joseph Grills, assisted by
Mrs. Harvey and Mrs. Grills, had
gone ahead as check points.

10

6
4
0
0
3
0

20
13
8
0
0

6

By C. Z. KIPHUTH

Two months aeo when th Elk's

Looge '1414 of Balboa undertook

tne sponsorship of this' champion-

snip meet at tne uamooa Pool,

no one nao any idea lust how suc

cessful a venture it would be. Al

though there is always room for

improvement, you can assume that
as of this date this meet is. and
will continue to be a success.
Over 180 swimmers will be com competing
peting competing for he $500 or more worth
or trophies -the Elk's have put up.
Youngsters and adults will be
shooting at new Canal Zone rec

ords which they hope will not on only
ly only hold ur- locally but may evenj

gam national recognition.

Teams

Cincinnati
Milwaukee
St. Louis

Brooklyn '. '.-Philadelphia
Philadelphia '.-Philadelphia New York
Chicago 4
Pittsburgh

NATIONAL LEAGUE

W

43
42
40,
39
'37
35
23
"25

L
31
31
30
32
33
38
42
47

Pet.
.581
..515
'.571
'.549
.529
.4791
.354
.347

GB
1

2V4
3W

15Vi
17

Only game scheduled,.':

AMERICAN LEAGUE

TodayVGamet

!t. Louis at Chicago
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (N)
Only; games scheduled
' Yosterday'y Result -;:
(Niaht Game

MilwauKee- 000 000 2002 5

UVC1 IIIC WKKK llfl I 'fMlfll HfM.Pfl U. T AA

my favorite lorecastir. ''No can, ,. V J

es or tmdrrowjs meet at the Gam
boa pool starting at 9:30 a.m.
220 yd F. S. (Men) Alex I

keda of Ft. Kobbe with Bob Con Connor
nor Connor thedarkhorse:

100 d FS (women) A ton un

Detween uiane Mickey and Caro
1 Tii

iyu n'Jimes.

23 i 9 47

BOILERMAKERS

Kirkland.
Thompson
Blewnt
Folse X

E. Cunningham
L. Siegle
Q, Cosca 1
D, Hatcher

TOTALS

7' 11 ; 5 2 27
3 r 0 0 8
H 0 1 0 2- 4f
3 0 0 6
10 0 2
11 3 2 5
2,0 3 4
0 0 1 0
22 8 10 52

50 yd lis ,( boys 12)

long shot ;Jt will lie .Sa
kinder Alfred ReVnlild!

' PITCHING
t; f (Bated on 7

bnantz, Yanks
Scfcmidt, Cards
Trhcks, Athletics
Saaford, Phils
Buhning, Tigers

I

T

deciiions

9 1
6 1
6 1
6 2
9 2

.1141
f Ml

Racetrack Tips

r Brave

I-QisUy Seng

3-Cachisa

4-Melliso

. i t r

; Ween Beam
! ?-tioiot (e)
t-Qrand FiniaH
f'Senturrwi
m

By CONRADO

-
Cypres Bull
(e) Rutilint
Pichote
Yeyita
Felletite
Oaniele
' Meiereum
"Remoiada
Chiroke

si ff

.8181 I TllSV

I

These teams are not first di

vision outfits, but pack the nec

essary qualifications to De lop

contenders In the Junior circuit.

Edward Henriquez, Consul Gen

eral of Belgium, will donate a
beautiful trophy to the winners

in this opening game.

Special invitations have been

eiven to high officials or tne

Canal Zone and the Republic of
Panama for this combined bene

fit and sports festival at tne

Claudia Lowe Abel Bravo College
Gymaashim.

The general 'public is cordially

Invited to these contests and a

large crowd is expected as the

beauties of Pni ueipna uamma

have set the entrance fees at

only fifteen cents for general
admission.

fr

it 1
n

10RE S

TRAFFIC

1

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j 1 ,11 '. Wl f 1

-aeaeB-v tm 1 1 t m j tfrnv

Be Sure About Your BRAKES
GENUINE Wainer

LOCKHEED HYDRAULIC
BRAKE PARTS FLUID

Cmstalitly increasing car traffic demand
that you havt good orakes . brakes
that stop quickly, smoothly, and safely.
Regular bnkc check-apt axe your assw
a nee that your car is properly prepared,
Doa't take chance. :

PANAMA AUTO S. A.

JOSE FCO

Bex 19U.

DE LA OSSA ATE. 45

Tela. a-3S S-47M

IVDhk!

ZIPPO Maanfactarliif C.
BRADFORD, PA.

Starting point of the rallv was

the Casino. Cars were disDatched

at 10 minute intervals. The course

was a straight ahead type with
changes 0, speed its main problem.
This was not a road race, but
rather a contest of ability to main maintain
tain maintain a given speed, always within
the speed limits, from one .point
to another and changing speeds
according to directions.
Contestants proceeded from the
Casino through Rio Hato. and An

ion 10 renonome, where the first

cnecK point was situated. From

Penonome they traveled throueh

Code, Nata, Aguadulce, Estero

saiaao and 1 Koble to Uivisa. The

check point here was an hddora

ry one. Each contestant recording

his arrival time on his own time

sheet. At Divisa, a left turn, and

on through Santo Maria. Panta

and Menagrillo to Chitre,' and the

rinisn. ine group stayed in Chitre
Saturday night.

Frank Negron, driving a Morris
Oxford, was presented with a tro-

ply for first place .in the rally at a
dinner, that evening. The trophy
was donated by Auto Service S.A.

of Panama City. Other contestants

in tbe rally were D. H. Dare and

Don Lewis driving MGA's. C.W.

Budworth driving a Simca, Gordon
Sparks in his Jaguar XK120 and

Bud Weishaar in bis Alfa Romeo.
Each contestant will receive a
plaque temmemorating the ISCC'a

first' cross country, rally, as the,
club is hoping to make this an!
annual event 1

It, was fiesta time in Chitre and

the group had an enwvable 1 too-

over, touring the city and watch

ing tne festivities. They returned

to Panama City Sunday night aft
er touring the countryside.

, 2nd Game
DIPLOMATS
PLAYER FG FT PF TOT
G. Barbier 7 0 2 14
R. Galdwell '2 0 0 4
G. Trimble 10 2 2
W. French 10 2 2
J. Price 0 12 1
S. Toussieh 3V 2 1 2
T. McCollough 10 0 2
TOTALS 15 3 9 33
I
DUKES
C French 4 0 0 8
T. Cunningham 6 1 0 13
A. Carroll 0 0 i 0
D. Dumbrowsky ,10 0 2
G, Alexander 6 1 2 13
F. Stewart 10 0,2
D. Pajack 10 2 2
i 20 2 5 40

Minor Leagues

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE

Teams
Toronto

Buffalo

Richmond
Rochester

Columbus

Miami

Havaaa
Montreal

h

Toronto

W L Pet. GB
44 31 .587
42 33 .560 2
42 35 .545 3
42 37 .532 4
37 40 .481 8
34 41 .453 10
34 44 .436 lltt
30 M .405 13V4

Result I

Yetterday'

(First Came)

(7 inmngi)

Along The Fairways

FT. AMADOR WOMAN'S
GOLF ASSOCIATION

010 200 25-131

Rochester 030 132 x-9 8 2
Crimian, jGrimsley (5), Tiffe-

nauer" (6) and Roselli: Deal.

Wright (7) and Shantx. WP DeaL
LP Crimian. HR Deal 2, Green
2, Geiger, Nelson.

Far was a little too tough
the fourteen ladies that teed

on Thut-sday, Jane 27 t the Ft.

Amador Golf Club hi a match play
against psr tournament with three-

quarter handicap. Ethel ; Peran-

te's gross 85, was low score ..for.

the day. 1
Marge Sewed walked off with' Miami

low net honor and Irma Mullar-

key and Ruth Lincoln were tied

for second low net. Lucille Feeney

am Karaer sell tied tor low mta.

cngratuiauons to Irma atuuar-

key, he broke 80 for the first

time this week.

There will be no ladies day tour

nament this week due to the boh-

( Second Game)

Toronto .'000 000 200

Rochester 002 001 03

Robinson. Tiffenauer (7), Grim-

sley (8) and St. Claire; Loveuguth

and D. RicketU. LP Robuuon.

for HRs Plaza, Green, Geiger.

navana wv ow bio
Columbus 001 010 OOx

Scantlebury and Izquierdo, -Garcia
(8); Blackburn and Peterson.
HRPeteron..

25 Vd FS f eirls 7 anH nnHprV

Jane Wilson of Gatun crowded all

the way by everybody's sweet

heart, Bebe Homes of Gamboa.

25 yd FS (boys) Steve Town-

send of Balboa all the way.
25 yd FS (boys 8 and under)
John fownsend all alone.
25 yd FS (girls) Twinkles Al Allen,
len, Allen, r. ,

25 yd FS fbovs 9 and undert

Here tne crystal bau was all foe

ged up, but Matthew -"Mannina.

Duke Wilson, Andy Jaeobson, and

iary vaucner were in a dead heat

25 yd FS -(girls) We pick Su

san Shirk over BSrbara Lewter
and- Cris Jenner. ; 1

25 yd FS (boys 10) Looks like

UicK Ebdon over Russ Horn.

25 yd FS (girls 10) "A toss ud

wun iNncy unaawicK ana uau Al

Dritton.

25 yd FS (boys 11) The fight
here is for 2nd as Martin Holmes
will swim away from Joe Vaucn

er, Jerry Mann, and Tommy Gan

gie.

25 yd FS (girls 11) Pat Daly

in a squeeker over Roumiry

xtearaon ana jane Hearne. 1

Pickitfjr a

mmv tWit-

5 arid John

.Clnncrfitav "v

50 yd FS (girls 12) He Ik n
George in a close one over GraVe

rigueroa. .-r.
50 yd FS (bovs 14) Jim Rev.

nolds of Albrook has broken the

Canal Zone record twice and lias

unofficially scratched the national

record n practice so far. Bill

Mobl, Austin Smith, and Ray Cald-

weu win De ngnting for second.

50 yd FS (Girls 14) A dead

heat with Danielle Harned, Lind

Gill and Joyce Herring.

100 yd back stroke (men) Joe

macKDurn to edge Walter Gouve
la of Kobbe.

50 yd back stroke (women This

figures to find Carolyn Holmes

showing the way to Grace Argo

and Marian Howe.

25 yd back stroke (boys 10)

No can pickum between Matthew

Manning, Duke Wilson and Gary

Vaiirhr

25 yd back stroke (girls 10)

Nancy Chad wick to squeeze out
Susan Shirk and Barbara Lewter.

25 yd back stroke (boys 12)

Martin Holmes becomes a double
winner, pushed by Jack Campbell

and Al Reynolds.

25 yd back stroke (G 1 r 1 a 12)

Grace rigueroa comes home with
Harriet Hewitt and Helen George

trailing.

I 50 yd FS (women You will be

able to cover the field with a rib

bon at the Yinhuv Diane Hickey,
Carolyn Holmes, Grace Argo, and

a surprise in Virginia Reynodls

who will be addint to the oustand-

ing feats of brothers 'John, James

and Alfred. v

50 yd tack stroke (boys 14)
Jim Reynolds busting a record

with Mike Rudge in the wake.

50 yd back stroke (girls 14)
Danielle Harned over Linda Gill

and Joyce Herring irsbe can last.
100 yd butterfly (men) Edward

Norton, former collegiate swimmer

now with Army Atlantic, John
Bayoth Army and formerly of Fin Finland's
land's Finland's Olympic 'team, Don Ryter
of Gamboa, and Bob Connor of

Gamboa and Oklahoma U whoi

will be swimming this -event for

dall.

V. McDaniel (4-0), Wilhelm and
H., Smith. :
,
Cincinna : 050 000 01028 12 0
Chicago ; 003 200 100 06 12 0
Gross, Freeman, Lawrence, Sanr
Chez (3-1) and Bailey.
Kaiser, Littlefield, Hillman. Bros-

nan (0 2). Lown and Neeman

Team

New York
Chicago

Boston
Cleveland
Detroit

(Baltimore

Kansas City
Washington

W

46
44'
39
37
36
34
26
25

L Pet.

25 -.648
27 i .620
34 .534
33 .529
36 .500
37 .479
44 .371
51 .329

GB
'2
S
84
lOVi
12
i9va
23Mi

Today' Game
Chicago at Kansas City"
Detroit at Cleveland
Boston at New York '
Washington at Baltimore : (N)
Yesterday' RimuiIi

New York 000 000 301.02-6 14 A

Baltimore 002 001 010 004 9 0
Byrne. Cicotte. Ditmar. VnrA

(4-1) and Berra j

Johnson, Lehman (1-1),
verink and Triandos.

Zu-

. (Niaht Rim.)

Brooklyn 003 003 0006 9

Mew York 000 00O ooo 0 i

Maglie (3-1) and Ca

Barclay (4-3). Worthincston. Mon.

zant, Davis and Westrum. J

uniy games scheduled.

Chicago 000 001 0304
Detroit 001 000 100-2
Pierce (11-6) and "Moss.1
Iary (4-10) and .Housed '
'"""hiWon 001 000 tiiuC-i

1 Boston 000 01ft Itfx 2

a cuai (5-9), Kemmerer

uerDeret.

Sullivan (7-5) and White.

and

Only "games scheduled

Fastlich Alumni' Trounce
V.F.W. Teeners 11 To 3

Fastlich Alumni
V.F.W. Teeners

W LiPet

I 1 500
II .500

Next fikltl, Sahirdav Tnlw

Behind the three hit nitchins nf

4vii Luiiucr ine r asmcn Aiiimm ip.

ikuivu uie v.r.w, reeners nv an

eleven to three score Saturriav

morning ai me uaiDoa 1 Stadium

10 even tne series at one ail..

me Fastlich Alumni lnmnnH on

tmco jraamn ior fyre runs on four
hits in the first inning. As it turn turned
ed turned out McGe .drove in the winnins

i uu in -me ursi wun a snarp single

to center to score Chase, from third
who had arrived there by vir vir-ture
ture vir-ture of triple to left center For

live innings1 Kirchmfer held the

V.F.WMeeters scoreless and had

allowed one hit. a sinele bv Mar.

uu in ne mira. in ine sixtn be
walked Chassin. Vinas. and Kulle

to load the bases with none out

then Ness singled' past third to

drive in Chassin and Vinas for two

runs. The other' Teener run was
scored in the same innine bv Ku-

lig as Garcia was being thrown
out short to first

All extra base hits were on the

Fastlich Alumni side as Chase

tripled in the first, Hot tripled
in the second and McGee doubled

in tne sixth.

Martin opened for the VFW Teen

ers and gave up eight runa-on sev seven
en seven hits in three innings. Lutz came

on in the fourth and allowed no
runs on one hit.

Via made a nice shoe string
catch in center off the bat of S.
Chassin and French, shortstop for

ine rasuic.' Aiumni, speared a
drive to his left for a nice catch off

the bat of Kune. v

Martin and Kirkland were the

leading utters, each getting one

for one.
The public is invited to attend all
ef these games. The object is, to
give good competition to our VFW

Teener boy who will shortly make
the trip. to Hershey to represent

the Canal Zone. This may be. the
yean that, the "Statesiders" will

take note that ball as played onj

tne lsumus is second to none.

These boys need your support...
they need it in the stands, so give
them this needed support and see
an excellent ball game besides.

V.F.W. Teener.
Chassin, D 2b
Vinas ci
Kulig ss

Ness lb

Garcia c

Cotton rf

Detore 3b
Kline If
Martin n

Lutz p

..AB
"2
3
1
2
3
3
2
3
1
2

FASTLICH ALinmT

Chassin, s 2b j
French:. ss

Hotz c

Kirkland If ,

French. 1 If Mi

Chase" lb

McGee -c T

Scott 3b

Barbier nf

Kirchmir

2b Hits: Scott, McGee

jo nits: Hotz, Chase
S-O. by: Kirchmier 8, Martin, 2
Luu ?" by. Kirchmier Martin I
Balk: Martin 1.

Hit OV Pitch!-- RrVi.

M&rtin, Scott and Lutz.

wua fitcn: Martin, Lutz, 1.
Umpires: Mohl and Ness.
Time of game 1:4L

and

tne first Ume since elementary Summit Hills Golf Club's Annual

scnooi aays. ixom lute an; Array .Ladies' Handicao Championshio

Summit Hills Udies

Handicap Tourney

To Begin Tomorrow

000 350 001

Richmond 100 001 000 27-3
: Meyer and McCuIiough; Post,
Dixon (I), James (I) and ChitL
LP Pest. HR Thomas.

Montreal 011 800 000 5-11 2
Buffalo 111 030 OOx t
. Grob. Cristante (5L Vargas (8)

and Pignatano; Host, Herbert (4)

one-two and a Gamboa third

1 58 yd butterfly (women) Chr-

Kxxe ocnuiLz wui cop ever uitot
Hickey.
25 yd butterfly (boys 10) Dick
Ebdon forcing out Gary Vancher
and Duke Wilson.
25 yd butterfly (girls 101 Sutaa

Shirk la a hairline finish over Nan

cy Chadwick and Gail Albritton.

50 yd botterlly (boy 12) Mar Martin
tin Martin Holme not only becomes a
triple winner, but bust existing
record. Sammy Witkin and Ger

ry Mann

Golf Tournament gets underway
July 4. Qualifying rounds will be
played through Jidy 8.
Any lady golfer desiring 'to en enter
ter enter the tournament must sign the
tournament register before they

play their qualifying round.

The Tournament Committee urg

es all Summit women golfers to

enter this tournament. This ia tbe

first ladies championship tourna tournament
ment tournament held at Summit Golf Club

50 yd butterfly (girla 12) Pit, w ,hT. n ".i JT?
,i- i .a is. that this will be a renewal of ma-

rilv Jim Ummrnm iA flr-r ri

ft " ft TV W -V. j
by Helen George : 4

wen,7SUl Mohfand Mike B-dg.

Jackie Pung To Ask

Tighter Scoring

Rules For AVomen
By LEO H. PETERSEN

NEW YORK fUPVTr T..v't.

Pung Mid today she wiU ask the

uniiea states liolf ASSH. j"to tight tighten
en tighten its scoring rules fo( women women-in
in women-in order to avoid a repetition of
the mix-up which et hp

U-S. Womens' Open golf cham championship.
pionship. championship.
At tire same time the Hawaiian Hawaiian-born
born Hawaiian-born housewife revealed that aha

aU-eady had received ;$2,320 in
consolation money" raised by
well-wishers and said "I'm fi.n

recovered from that ordeal and
have no hard feeling."
Mrs. Pung- wa disoualrtW

ter apparently winnin? th wnn,.

en's Open championship Saturday'

wucu vwa omciais aiscovered a
mistake on her imrwirH hm

Jameson of San Antonio, Tex...
Mrs. -Fung's partner, ? also was was-disqualified
disqualified was-disqualified fof a similar mitir

and.BeUy Rawls of Spartanburi.

s c., was declared the winnm-.

"Mt. Pune mil Win

had signed scoreeard rrrfitin

them with "fives' on th

fourth bole when the artnallv

shot "sixm. Their total cards
added correctly, however.
Tbe confusion around tbe scor scoring
ing scoring table undoubtedly was a key
factor in Saturday's mix up. It
wa clear that Uri Puns', tt-

hole total of 298 wa ennupb fnr

victory and she wa hivmA k

photorrphert and well-wishers st

Uie Wineed Foot Ouh the

day. The next tournament will be, and Noble. WP Herbert. LP-

July U, tee off time 8:00 a.m.' 'Grob. HE Cury, Stewart.

in a toss up.

SO yd- butterfly rirl It Char

lotte Schuftt ever Diane Hickey.

10O yd S (men) Dick Mai-

lett long time winner in this event
come in ever Alex Ikeda of Kobbe.'

Joe Balckburn and Bob voosor.

Fnir handicap will be allowed
than All fa Vtf vi ivwifiile miA thrae

ouarter handicao will hm natd oJ the 18th green.

in the elimination rounds. iiJndef i0 ditioos, Mri."
Misy beautiful prizes have been Lpku'1 J MiM Jameaon signed
rumKul wil tw. ft. Weu" Cl"ul after onlT a itrrfunf.

to tbe w-jjner at theconcluaion of chTi addition. About
the tournament ; jL-miT,ie U.ter VSGA efficiaui

uuiuira voe iww women of .the

mistake and disoualifint Kntii

mi nawi tftereby. picked up the

9

9 yd is reaiay (men III i 1 recent nt-ory in tbe Armed Fore-!

ia tne ooy race el tbe relay whichies meet. The dark horse team i $1,800 Srrt-prize moner 4720

.-.-vn yn.m uie 11. nauc up Biaupu. jsaicauurn. iLnan Mr, punf air

' ceived tn( "consolatioa money."

be team is favored by virtue of aSiegel and Connor.



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Peel Closes 1:00

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FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 The Gipsy F-Alvares 110 Distance 'suits style
2 Cypress Bull 5 J. Phillips 106 Hu strongest finish

A. vasouez iio f-rorm inaicaier

- H.-Gustines 100 --Improving steadily" '
H. Hernandez 97x Could surprise
1 A. Ycaia 112 -Makes debut here

9m( fta th Wb Imp. Fgs.Pre $400 Feel Cleses 1:30

. .. 2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

4 Mar. Bravo

8-H-Crveeero
eEdith Piaf

7-Dagon

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" 30-1

EVEN

4-1

10-1

3-1

1- Panzaretta 8.- Aguirre 110-Raced ell in last
2 Oro Purite r A. Vasquez lis -Would pay weE again
8 jiluno x V A. tharo 105xr-Earlv -speed only
4 Riseal V T. Alvarez US Racing to top form
5 Bacana A. Reyet K. lOx Not wgamst these, ,?
B Rutilante' S s, H. Gustinea 108 -Got left in last
7 (Display Song J. Rodriguez 118 Form indicates '
Coronation D J. Gongora 115; Could help, entrymate
Hmcavie) . D, Cortez 115 drooped-o weaker group
10 Soft Note ,'G. Montero. 105 Lacks early speed

4-1
3-1
30-1
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3-2
, 3-3
- S-l
3-1

Sre! aee "Hla." Nativea i F.'ir? $37$

v i i i.s ONE TWO, .' ..
1 RegU s G. Jonter0 107x Nothing recently
2 Conquistador S: Hernandez-105x -Nothing in months
3 Don Manuel V- Jtuiez 105 Has rtrong finish"
iCochisa '' F. Hidalgo 108x; -Form, indicates
5 Winsaba A. Ycaza 118 Dangerous' contender
6 Guarare J.' Cadogan 103 ; Showing improvement
7 Pichoto i A. Vasquez 110 Could go all the way

Feel Closes 2:05

'151
50rl
15-1
-32
2-1
4-1
,3-r

Chiroke, Santurron Melendez
'Big Three' In Classy, Field

p r The United States Independence Day will be
celebrated at the President Remon racetrack tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow with the annual running of the $3000 added one
mile and a quarter Fourth of July Classic for the

best horses in training locally. t :
' i ma i 'll:-1 a 111 'a iAJ 1

inis uiue riuoon event win ue cumesicu buuic
of the most expensive and dassy, horseflesh ever
imported to the Isthmus for racing purposes.

- Oniied States Ambassador to of fioiafe and ? members of the

K. .1 -M ty. 1 A I U nn In 1IIC JMMMC' M' W1V lUUUt -MUM Wl

trophy to' the owner of the win- guests of the track management

classic race for the first time at
equal weights with the topweight-

e uorses ana aecisive victory
will leave no doubt that he is mo monarch
narch monarch of the turf in Panama.
Ruben "Caliche" Vasquez, who
established a record 89 victories

for the first half-yearly jockey

contest, will nave the leg un on
the Stud Colon Boys" ace., Well
trained 101 this event, 'cue nand-

some foour-year-oid cnestnut son
of Kingstone-Alpine Vista will be

nard to neat. , t f

' According to the "experts."- Chi Chi-roke's.
roke's. Chi-roke's. ; main .onoosition '.will be

furnished by. the reportedly most

expensive norse now racing nere
T-Ssnturron.:: This 'stretch 'burning
Argentine colt will be ridden' by
the highly rated Chilean jockey

Guillermo Silva, who wiJi be .max-

in his firs' local appearance in

card.,

Santurron sped mile in 1:39

. mm a m i m v j: a.. m: u a 1 ki i w-

ning tnorougnDrea. inu ono neaaing iuw u mi, wcond local start te de.

other civilian and armed forces pionship,' Chiroke, He gets into

5 Ocala Miss :
6 -iiocorrito ;
7 Barlyon .'
8 Lanero -i: f r
9 Moon Beam

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J. Golngora 110 -Nothing to indicate
A. Alfaro 97x Doesn't seem likely
A. Vasquez 115 Preps-recommendable
J. Jimenez 113 ,-Not against these
A. Ycaza 110 Should make it now

30-1
20-1

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10-1
3-2

4th

Race

"6" Natives .i Fgs. Parse 375 .... Peel Closes 2:35" J-Tonit8f.10

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2ND

H. Ruiz 110

Cortez 115 Purse $400
RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Currita : J.' Phillips 108' -Early speed galore 5-1
2vizn J. B. Aguirre 11 -Usually .unpredictable 5-1
i Fm Fru ' J. Cadogan 110 Has late foot1' io-l
4 .Perondiu -'A '.GtWiilex U5 'Ran well in Msst- J0-1
5 Melliro- J. Rodriguez 115: Should beat these 3-2
6 Filon . B. Aaeza 110 -Pacing to ood form 3-1
,7 Voyita t t Drej! 113 -Gets real test here 21
t Presidents V. Castillo 110 E?sy win last 4-1
9 El Pequeno H., '.U': ..10 Blazing early speed 6-1
10 (Full. Moon H- Gustinea 106 -Good .arly toot too 5-1
11 (Metto f A. Ycaza 113 Won last time out 5-J

First alter accident

R. Vasquez 120 U-Apparently needs rest

D. Cortez 115 Shou'U be. close up
B. Baeza 115 Has strong iinish
B. Auirre 118 'Last Wb excellent
F. Alvarez 105 --Rates chance too

T Empire Cross H. GuHnef 103 Not against these
8 Celestial F. J. Rodriguez 108 Usually Close up

A. vaswez- JZU EXCenen- lassie race
V. Castillo 115 Could help entrymate

4 Resuelto

5 MeriTfi'm

6 Lucky-.Test

(Tiquest

10 (Certero

eitiveiv whip Pesiblemante, ale

scheduled starter. In the $3000
added National Red Croas Clas Classic.
sic. Classic. In his fh-at starthere, San
.turren wen lit unlmoressiva feth feth-Jon
Jon feth-Jon but is apparently ready new

to take en the best norm in r r-nama.
nama. r-nama. -t .-.y ,t-
Melendez, a good runner when
rieht but definitely a "hot and

Pool Closes 4:20 cold" racer, is rated the No. 3
-1 contender tn this big Taee. He
rwill-have the competent Alfredo

30-1 vasquez in the saddle. ...
,5-1 j-...". ;
3-1 I Posiblemente,-' second to Santu-3-1
rron last Sunday, remainsr a oues-

5-2,tinn mark. This exoensive C h 1-

kan coli has failed to justify the

high price paid, lor jhim thus far.

He has itirnei it) -some oni'iam
workouts but his yet to turn in a
really- t6p-notch ".performance a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the track's best horses.

5-1

10-1
4-1
2-1
2-1

5th Race "F" Natives a Fgs. Purse $37J

Pool Closet 3:05

Pool Closes 4:55

1 Montero S. Carvajal 110 Could hang on here 5-1
2r-A'.r,. Jack 4 B. Baeza 108 -Big. iuappointment 4-1
3 Chito ' B. Aguirre 113 Returns in good shape 4-1
4 Do" Grau- A. Vasouez 118 Form indicates 3-2
5 Solitono M J. Phillips 110 Better this week ,3-l
6 Folletito r H. Gustines 106 In; fiht to finish. .'2-1

6th Race 4th Series Imp. 4 Fgs. Purse $400

FIRST R ACS. OF THE DOUBLE

1 Lucho : ' G.' Prescott 106 Mishau in lkst.- .' ' 154
2 'i elo''ec B. Raeza 105 Usually close un 4-1

3-r-Danielo,, ,. F. .Alvarez 112 -9e.erl&foot ... -34

4 Arraimiero 1 a. cortez no Ran welj m, return

1 Melendez

Peel Closee 3:45 2 Posiblemente

8th Race 5th Series Imp. 4, Fgs. Purse $500

l4Coral B. Aguirre 110 -Serious effort here v
2- i-Greco H. Ruiz 100 -In-ana outer; chance
3- Grand Finish A. Ycaza 124 Weak at finish in last
4 Remozada G. Silva 110 --Jockey should help
5 Mm. HalUgan H. Gustines 100 Nothing to indicate
6- Starwick j. Cadogan 110 Has good workouts
7 Joe's Fiddling F. Hidalgo 113 -Dropped to weak group

9th Race Fourth of July

Classic Pnre $300 Open
ONE TWO

3 Pacancito

4 Santurron
5 Embassy
6 Chiroke

7 (Germanio

4-1 8-Ksdir

A. Vasouez 12 Always dangerous
R. Cristian 115 Disappointed again
, D Coez m Gets real test here.
. G. Silva 115 Has class plus
A. Ycaza 121 ,-Would pay off -R.
Vasquez 121 No. 1. horse to date
s F.- Alvarez 121 Topnotcher in Peru

Vr Castillo 121 Consistent penormer

C 4-1
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r- 5-1
:- 3-1

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3- 1
5-1
IX
2-1
15-1
EVEN
4- 1
4-1

Ptistian- Reboliftdo will
the Haras Carinthia

As usual,
be aboard

hope-', ; 'M ;0,'v;:

Bacancito, another reportedly

expensive thoroughbred from Ar

gentina, las'. Sunday nnaiiy looxea
like the classy racer he is said
to be. He galloped a mile in 1:39
3 5 under wraps to trounce the

once brilliant Rosier. Douglas Cor

tez, who has gotten the most out
of this flashy animal will,, come
more be aboard.
Embassy, an impressive see.
end behind Chiroke in the Na National
tional National Guard Classic, has since
failed to pirferm creditably and
'will probably be the biggest out-

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i flME OUT Suspended for
three days after a dispute with
t'mpirei Frank Seeory, Walter
Alston had a good chance to stu study
dy study his' Dodgers' batting form-r
from & seat behind home plate.
sidar al the race.. Alejandro Y
caza will ride him.
Last out far from least is the

entry of Germanlo-Kadir. These
two Amohio EskWuen trained
have been "especially pointed for

this rgce anrt-should give a good
account of themselves. Germanio

reoortedly was bought in Peru at

a hieh price but has failed miser

ably in his nrnst recent start!". He

is working well, however, and can

be exoecte- to be in the thick of

me uaiue luiuugnuuL.
Kadir, once one of the best
horses at the now defunct Jii a n
Franco track, is enioylng one of
his best seasons. He has three

victories and eight placed in his

last eleven starts a consistent
horse ;f there ever was one. His
favorite jockey, Virgllio Castillo,
will do the: hustling aboard the
chestnut son of Kijlarney-Escale-
Eight other prospective thrill thrillers
ers thrillers sre included on the card.

National League All-Stars

Carry Big Stick' Into Next

Tuesday's St. Louis Classic7
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NEW YORK (UP The Na- man George Sell.- Orioles. 2X2'.

tional League All-Stars, who have left fielder Ted Williams, Red

clobbered their American, league box, .aez, j center neider micxer

rivals six times in the last seven

years, once again will carry "a
big stick ''into next Tuesday's
mid-season classic at St. Louis.
The aggregate batting average
of the eight NL starters was .308
following week-end games, while
the men who will play at least

theNfirst thiee innings for the AL

are hittmg at a .293 cup.
; In addition, the National League
squad is leading their rivals in to total
tal total hits 663 550), home runs (91 (91-80)
80) (91-80) and 'runs-batted-in (334-269),
Here are the individual batting
averages oi the. All Star Game
starters,- exclusive of the pitchers
who will be selected by managers
Casey Stengel of the Yankees and
Walt Alston of the Dodgers this
week: ,. ., ;
National League: Catcher Ed
Bailey, Rediegs, .295; first base baseman
man baseman Stant Musial, Cardinals, .349;
second baseman Johnny Temple,
Rediegs, .285; (shortstop Roy Mc McMillan,'
Millan,' McMillan,' Redlegs,i .243; third base baseman
man baseman Don Hoak, Rediegs, ,.285;
left fielder Frank Robinson, Red Red-legs,
legs, Red-legs, .327; center fielder Willie
Mays, Giants, .322; right fielder
Hank Aaron, Braves, .333.
American League: Catcher Yogi
Berra, Yankees, .226; first base baseman
man baseman Vic Wertz, Indians, .305;
second baseman Nellie Fox, White
Sox, .325. shortstop Harvey
Kuenn, Tigers, .256; third base-

Mantle, Yankees, ,385; right field fielder
er fielder Al Kaline, Tigers, .283.
: Musial, Maya and "Aaron were
named to the NL starting team
by Commissioner Ford Fnck. aft after
er after Cincinnati fans ''elected" seven ;
members of the. Rediegs witj a
late-hout deluge of votes.
Center folder Gus Bell and -right
fielder Wally Post were the
starting lineup absentees, 'even
though they were top vote-getters
for theirrespective positions. ,Mu-r
sial was named by trick because
it was originally' believed 'that
Redleg George ; Crowe had won
the fans' votes 'for the first base
position, f
' Robinson, wound up as the top
vote-getter in the balloting with
745,689 badots, followed by Bailey
with .".137 851 In the American
League, Williams out -polled .Man .Mantle,
tle, .Mantle, 255,969 to 253,010.

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9th RACE Pool Closes: 5:30 p.m. V Mile
ONE-TWO

1. MELENDEZ A. Vasquez 121
2. POSIBLEMENTE R. Cristian 115
3. BACANCITO D. Cortez 121
4. SANTURRON G. Silva 115
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SJ EMBASSY ........ ..... . A. Ycaza 121
6. CHIROKE .....;.R. Vasquez 121
7 GERMANIO . ... ........ .F. Alvarez 121
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Adolfo Luoue, former Major oy-, .
League pitcher,, died here today He Charles H iM.
At the -iit of 66. Death was attri- who was admitted to the Canal
buted to a heart attack. Zone Bar to 1944 while an enlisted
Lunue s.peirt 21 years in the Na- man in the Army. Several years
UtmAl' League, breaking in with ago the local Bar Association mov mov-tAejJiosijn
tAejJiosijn mov-tAejJiosijn Braves in 1914 and end- ed for his disbarment on the
tog his active career with the grounds that in makin;; applica-j
New York Giants in 135. tion Flashphaler concealed a con-
He appeared to -two World Se-, vietion in New York courts of cri-'
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1919 and with the Giants in 1933.'
He was the winning pitcher in the
fifth and final game of the 1933
serie&.

, ,,. ing illness. It was signed by a
tuque went to the Reds in 1918 Vpterans. Administration doctor,
an Huruig the i ex. 1U years was The gUsperiSion- of Flashpnaler
rated among the league s outstand- from the.practice of law here un.
ing pitchers. H best jear w a s m November was 0I.dered today
in 1923 when he posted a i record reeommendaUon made by
JMame-won aamst e ?ht 1 ost. p. Tatelman, who
He kpent two year, with ,1 the bar committee which
r cjoing his acUve career in' Dmgbt A. McKaoney
l I was furrhAv Hrmtfrnt mti in

1935. Luque stayed on
as coacn
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for the Giant: vitil 19SS.
Luque chalked up an overall rec record
ord record w if-- gamr. won to 179 lost
during nis career.
imce his rouremem ana reium
Havana. Luque took an active
part In, local baseball.
Marine Scienlisl
ToSliid Fish Caudhl
In Local Tournament

ihama Airways (APA) Is fly ; MaitltlQ Ut LjOUOr
In-' marine scentuft C. Richan'
PobW to Piama on July 14 so.
tha-he can make studies of fish Q fl 1 Pa. LOilS
ch are ca'ight in the Panama
,Vi"s,a?r:!ki Woman J50 Fine
fjamept.
iiT. bj ..a coi rii.h A .charge of mailing boliled li-

tT.'T.itri th Miami Marine
Z"UL. iohthvioit down
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vr&ZZZT Local ftoermenlV. Court with a $50

rfmlftoH that the silver merlin is
i aua4 fit inese w. ten, and Ralph
Da;aa Jr.- In 1953 was judged to
srel broken the world's record
for this fish, by the Internation International
al International Gme Fish Associatiia.
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a-tijU have .contended that the L
-eared silver marbn found in
r.-z-'lna waters is a Pacific blue
maritt. Reasons ffvfen are tne-e-
veral jneasurements and chare-
terif ties ef the Panama silver 'are
very jeta, or similar to the blue
mar
Lodal sports fUWrmen claim
four k?ecit of marlio in' Panama
w teL: blacU, silver, striped, nti
a t u identified type'. It is hopec?
tn-'t r. Robins findings will sup-
X -J, lie local new.
a I
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i IditiM u these studies. Dr.
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joraUo s book on Pans-
book en Pana-

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A Washington attorney against
whom the Canal. Zone Bar Asso
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was Deadinfi. was suspended fromv.;,,tnwio na.

prucucing law in me canai iione
' The attorney had been s'ated to
8ppear in Canal Zone District
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In earlier, hearings, the court
: was tola that r'lisnpaa'er's n0n,' n0n,'-sion
sion n0n,'-sion to the bar in .Wahington,
U.t.,. was preuicaied on hia aumis aumis-sion
sion aumis-sion nei e, and that if be were bar-
uuui i..k...i..i.6 law aeie uia uia-I
I uia-I barment in Washington would be
i likely to follow.
I001". fi,e( for the fust ume in
ianai. one nuioiy agamsi a me
resident, today was uisposed of in
Defendant in the unique case
was a Paraiso housewue. Julu t.
Speid 43, who pleaded guilty to
the charge.
After the District Attorney re re-commebded
commebded re-commebded a $106 fine, a brief
consultation was heM. The wora-
n war then fined $50.
ine ranarnaruan ueienuani was
found guilty of mailing bottle of
".T'T'k.w c'k.H
failed to declare the liquor in her
b Uaw'w - w..
customs aeciarauon a:inougn tne
had Itemiied the other things in
the package, which consistea also
of material and bias tape.
LiQuor is among the items lit-
dut the CanalTooe code a. being
mailable. Considered a felony.
at is winuhable by a maximum of
an pumanaoie uy a maximum m
two years in the Denitentury. SI.-
COM fine or both.'
t'anaJ Zone police officials could
, no, remember tm statrte which
da s back to 1809. ever having
been, viia led.

LEAVE VQV AO WITH ONK OF Oil AGENTS OK OUR OFFICES AT IJ-37 "H" IWKEET, rANAMA LIBFF.R1A PREC1ADO 7 Street Na. 13 AGENCIAf
INTERNAL. DK FUBUCACIONEft No. 3 Lattery Plaia CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 4V LOURDES PHARMACY 182. L Cartasquilln FARMACIA LOM LOM-BAROO
BAROO LOM-BAROO No 2B "B" Street MORRISON 4th t July Ave. J St. LEWIS SERVICB-Ave. Tivoll No. 4 FARMACIA ES1ADOS UNIDOS 149 Centril Ave.
rARMArtt i.nit tu rninl Avanna HOIISFHni.n rrrniNRU r J. im Mft ji a FfiTft noMV Junta Aroiemena Ave. and S3 St. FARMACIA

VAN-OER-JIS-5a Street, N. O FARMACIA Et BATURRO Parqna Leferre

w aKiia vjna oeeifw.h k
Automobiles
FOR SAI.E: 1952 Fontiac con convertible,
vertible, convertible, excellent mechanical
. cenditien, radia, white tidewalt
.tires, in good condition. May be
aeen at El Panama Hotel Caraga.
; FOR SALE: 1955 Ferd V-l
Fairlane Z-doer, 2-tone green,
wsw, radio and ether accesses.
.rt, underceated $1500. Can be
financed. Call Cxi. 4110 er Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be 1141.
FOR SALE: 1956 Buick Cen Century
tury Century 4-door Herdtep,, two-tone,
wtw, radio. 7U-C, El Prado,
Balboa. Phene Balboa 1473.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet 2 2-tone
tone 2-tone Hardtop, radia, feed condi condition,
tion, condition, $450 or nearest offer. Call
2-0914 from 9:00 to 1:00.
FOR SALE: l? Ford, 27.000
i mHes, one. owner. Perfect condfi condfi-:
: condfi-: tien. Discount for cash. Will ac accept
cept accept exchange for older car. In Inquire
quire Inquire personally, Tivoii Avenue
No. 21-A-24, Apartment 7, of office,
fice, office, hours.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S A.
' Packart Shippart Movers
Phonos 2-2451 2- 2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIOING SCHOOL
Riding V Jumping Classea daily
1 to 5 p.m. Phen 2-2451
1 by appeihtment.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
jm Him
General Agent
Gibraltar f ile ins. Co.
for rates and information
Tel. Panama t-0532
EXPERT TRAVEL
ARRANGEMENTS
Fidanque Travel Service
Tl. Pan. 2-1661
ikli vision
ELEVISIONSPRVKf
TEL. 2-4557
"glim roar fixure down"
BODX REDUCING
McLevy Machines. Massaie
Slum Batb eiale and female
Medical belts, orth braces.
ORTOPEDIA NACIONAL
8 Av. Jnsto Aroeemena 1-221,
Or. 8CHOIX tratned Chiropodist
US Courlmarlial
Asked For Soldier
In Algerian Killing
PARISi July 3 (UP) The U.S.
Armv formally asked the French
Miniatrv of Justice today for ju
risdiction over a 21-yearH)ld Txng
Island i0idier charged with lulling
an Algerian in an argument
payment for-black market cigar cigarettes.
ettes. cigarettes. I
french legal authorities already

f Visit Our i
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I Department

the I I ... ask tor Bill

yf L. Moduro Jr.
I Aerost El Banco National
COLON

h4ve turned down an informal A-, politician, lost his Job early tills
menciin request for authority toiweek.on a draw from a hat with

courtmartitl the soldier. Sp3-C De
wayne McOsker of Mannassei, w,
Y.
Armv 'laurvvra here laid the
pn.k wnnM have flear lurlsOlC-.
tion a m exercising t
a?" "3.7"?
ani in Aivpnin w a
rrench
ationa.
McOsker, a cook with an Army
transoortattioa company '.at Or-
tranSDortattiod company '.at it-
leans, is charged with -voluntary
EiES rumir
Sor7dnIooci.ce May
n the honkey-tonk Pigalle section
-
p.-;,
American authorities who ar-
rested McOsker last week for a
traffic vio'ation saw a aflmiHec
-"der pstiorig that h- fired a'
Liamini ia "self deffnse.'

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 1956 Mentetair
Mercury Hardtop. Reasonable.
24-inch TV R.C.A. Phene 3 3-277$.
277$. 3-277$. FOR SALE: singer sawing ma machine.
chine. machine. Walduche, Parque Lefo Lefo-vra,
vra, Lefo-vra, I t Street M. 10 house.
Very cheap.
FOR SALE: Save money. Buy
Clayce blocks. 4" x 12" x 12".
They ara economical, light and'
We net crack, $123.20 par thou thousand.
sand. thousand. Clayce Alfareria, S.A.;
Via Espafia N.. $7-48. Phene
1-0160. v '.-.
LEAVING: ; Sclliog furniture
and miscellaneous articles, one
Higgint type camping trailer.
House 134-B, Sibert $t.; Gam Gam-boa.
boa. Gam-boa. Phene 6191.
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy V
Clayce, blocks. 4" x 12" x 12',
They are economical, light and
do not crack, $123.20 per thou thousand.
sand. thousand. Clayce fr Alfareria, $. A.,
Via Etpafia No. 37-48. Phone
1-0160.
FOR SALE: Colombian Turpial
tbugle-birl), wonderful, Whit Whittles
tles Whittles 5 tunes, learn many others.
Via Espana '2019, third house
before Let Angeles Garage.'
FOR SALE: Registered Cocker
Spaniel pups, 5 weeks eld. Call
Pedro Miguel 4-601.
FOR SALE: Five pain ef ladles
summer dress ahoes, 2 matching
bags, all in fine condition, tixe
7V2-8AA $10, Woodstock stan standard
dard standard typewriter $15, 26vinch
achwinn built bicycle $15, 25 25-cycle
cycle 25-cycle washing machine, ether
items. Phone 85-4196.
Diablo Camera Club
Makes Field Trip
To Guatemala
Thirty-five members of the Dia
blo Camera Club will enjoy a pho-
lograpnic neia trip to Guatemala
during the coming weekend. Tak Taking
ing Taking advantage of the 4th of July
holiday In the Canai Zone the local
photographers will leave for Gua Guatemala
temala Guatemala early tomorrow morning
arid return to the Zone Sunday eve evening.
ning. evening. -.
Plans. have been made to visit
Guatemala City tomorrow, then

bile ?e. ancient Tapital "AnU-iUD
gua for a night's lodging, and sight,

day Or T Saturdav thTwin in.fr I
KIa
- aaiwivB VJ VJ 1. l,!-
TnJl.. ..ill-O
auaxua Aiiutaii viiMtKe oi aanriasn
Aiition sn, -m..t. :Z1
.. ..i,.,,8 m ",,u,
the photoeraDhera w th .hi. .mJ
tne photographers with Jieii- earn-1
"U? "ie nai,ni
market at Chichicastenango. Of
Hroup
worship at the church cf Santo!
Tomas where one of the world's
most unique scenes ef devotion
may be witnessed.
Those who will make the jour journey
ney journey are Dr. and Mrs. Julian Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Robert G.
Matheney. Mr. and Mrs D O.
Charters, Mr. and Mrs. Sturtevant
Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Helmer-
ichs, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Min-
ton, Mrs. Rose Thomas. Mrs. Ni
ta Hartman. Mrs. Marilvn rrti
Mrs. Catherine Taylor, Mrs. Jose
nhine Aiov.nrf.- k. ut...

nia HolloweU, NeU Drake, Mildred been fi8htln8 w,fh a man who has
Neely, Marcia K. Davis, Florence! "ct teen identified by police. He
Munger, Lydia Czapek. Annie Lee turned out to be Jose D. Mash,
Allnutt, Carol Sue Bruland. Ethel yeawW Panamanian who ap ap-Brandl,
Brandl, ap-Brandl, Dorothy Hayward and pcared at the station voluntary.

Messrs. Russell Ahf1 Davirh rr.
Ttun, and R. E. L. Brown.
Fabulous Briscoe's
Criticism of Raids
Cos) Him His Job
DUBLIN, Ireland, July 3U-(UP)
Robert Briscoe, Dubllti'a first

over.Jewtsh Lord Mayor wholost hlsi

, uv.'.l o lU.V
Job on a draw from a hat. clear.
a f i
ed nut nf -h1 f f i riiaw .n
said "It's the luck of the game,-,
Briscoe, popular
- "75," I?.. J
45-year-old builder James -Hon-'
est Jim" Carroll. The two tied
21 votes each In the annual elec-i
tlon for rhavAP Oerrnll wnn th
rtranr
wi..nnt.t. i
tegf tjie Job," Briscoe said to-
whenhe showed up at the
Mangi0n House for the last Ume.
"It's the luck of the game. The
- .tt r
" t
was purely a political
, v, unui.. mrht
Repuiica ouncUlor Con Le-
inaM "veaiea ne narj .Dstaii.ea
'"LL T
lawed Irish. RepubUcaa Army of
British Installations n Northerm
'reland in speeches he made on
m April tour of the V
It was Lehane's ac 'js-.t rn
art caused -the tie .and the
draw.

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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Westinghouse re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator in perfect condition,'
and two steel tables, at i Street,
House, No.. 7-39. f
FOR SALE: Wringer type wash washing
ing washing machine,; 25-cycle, like new.,
Call (rem 4:10 p.m. to 5:10
p.m.,'7M-C, El Prado. Balboa.
FOR SALE; Bendix automatic
washer Economat, very good
condition. Phone 84-4147.
FOR SALE: Household furj.1-
ture consisting of living room
furniture TV, electric ttove, au automatic
tomatic automatic washing machine, drapes.
Private party leaving Canal Zone.
Quarters No. 1 5, Albreok, Phene'
4243. '; 'V,-;',-.:;:',. n,
FOR SALE: Living room suite,
plastic, covered: 1 sofa and 2
, chairs with coffee and and tablet,
$125;" baby carriage, English.
$25. See at Qtrt. 100-B, For?
Kebbe er call 84-2126.
FOR SALE: Twin mattresses
and springs,: New Homo tewing
machine,, bamboo settee, maple
dining table, console radio-phonograph.
71 8-C, El Prado, Bal-
boa. Phone Balboa 1473.
FOR SALE: Tappan gat stove,
4 burners, even $50. Call 3 3-1039.
1039. 3-1039. FOR SALE: Washing machine,
'fully automatic, 1956 R.C.A.
Whirlpool Supreme 60-cycle, all
porcelain finish, used, only four
months. A real buy for someone
who wants the finest. See at
2418-B, Cecoli, First Street.
FOR SALE: 6-ft. refrigerator,.
"Sean," $85, good condition.
Bex 52, Curundu, C.Z,
FOR SALE: Household furni furniture.
ture. furniture. Inquire second house after
. "Campe Alegre" Building, house
No. 5, Apartment 2. Telephone
3-4306.
FOR SALE: Wardrobe trunk
$15, 5-tutter suitcase $8, 3 3-auiter
auiter 3-auiter suitcase $6; complete fish fishing
ing fishing outfit new, 3 bamboo rods,
nylon spinning reel $22. Balboa
2-4375. X
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Pawn Ticket, Gold
Buckle Fight Winds
In Bdlb03 COUH
r
A fiSht Paraiso over a pawn
for a gold belt buckle Jed
LO
to a series of charges which end'
. ,, l

ea in Bamoa magisiraie s wun'.,Hr

tnrlav when the two defendants
loaay wnen tne iwo utieiiuauiB
V. -.k T-,.rn m nrKJ
inc the ueace bv fiahtine
ing in5 peace Dy 1181,1 8'
t The mystery man mentioned in
wc cam iuuiiu Bu"ij i ""v-.-
ye.sliujr u.uxuu.6 "s
a-
gainst an 18-year-old youth, Eric
Samuels, appeared at the Balboa
Pouee Station In the afternoon be because
cause because he heard police were look looking
ing looking for him. -
Samuels yesterday was con convicted
victed convicted of battery on Torrence Lord
who had acted in the role of peace peacemaker.
maker. peacemaker. The youth was fined $25
and sentenced to spend 30 days in
jail-
In court yesterday it -vas men-
f-tioned .that Samuels actually had
After further investigation into
the ease, it was determined hat
Ma ash contributed tu the trouble
which revolved about $1.20 in cash
which he had taken from Samuels
for the purchase of some food.
Maash apparently told the youth
he intended tn Kep fhe mofi
vithout buying the itefns because
Samuels had keot a pawn ticket
lor a gold belt tackle which be-'
longed to Maash.
A fieht between the two endued.
. . J
.n:aas w" nol.l?.0TJ. V.
iitiei taotimAntf tnita fiTf Hat h4
I o;i nr.ce scratches on r-ls backi
..''- lnA v-
Jude John E. rvminr, but S-
1" X tiZU T.f
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Real Estate
FOR SALE: Lot In Golf Heightt,
2000 tq. mtt. (40 mts. front frontage).
age). frontage). Phone 3-0238 during of office
fice office hourt e 3-1 198.
FOR SALE:-nAt low price er ex exchange
change exchange for land in the city er
surroundingi, new concrete
house, feeing ocean at Palmar -ii
beach at San Carlos. Sea it at San
Carlos-, Higuero family or phone
3-4601 from 6 p.m., en.
French DoubfGi;
Who Shot Alqerian
Goes To Guillotine
PARIS. Julv 3 (UP) French
legal experts said today : there
was only the1 "remotest rjossibili-
ty" of execution by guillotine for
a young,. American Gl It he is
found guilty on, 'charges of fa fatally
tally fatally shooting; an Algerian civil civil-Ian
Ian civil-Ian ;'t j .;.;r ,v(v.
Army -specialist third class be
Wayne McCosker, 21, of Oak
Hill, w. Va is being held In par par-Is
Is par-Is Santc prison awaiting trial oh
a charge of "voluntary man manslaughter."
slaughter." manslaughter." ,v ..
He Is charged by French au
thorities with kUllng. Abdel Ah-
mea uamini last May 25 flurmg
an argument In the Pigalle "hon
key-tonk" quarter of, Paris.
. U.S. officers at the American
supply base at Orleans, where

7 CZ Officers Nominated

ointment

APP

The selection of approximately
1,000 officers nominated, for ap appointment
pointment appointment In the Regular Arjny
tinder the provisions of Public
Law 737, 84thr Congress, was an announced
nounced announced today by Secretary of
the Armv Wilber M. Brucker.
piere Is a jiotal pf seyea, offl-
KmJfaGni& Zone on
the list Following- is a list of
their names, present assignment
and recommended rank of an-!
polntnientr 1st Lt, : William N.
Bradberry, Ji-' 20th Infantrv
Regiment, Fort Kobbe. 2nd Lt,
Armor; ist Lt. Keith Q. colson.
20th Infantry Regiment. Fort
itoDDe, zna L.I., iniantrv; 7st Lt.
Allan N. Downey. U.S. Army
Transportation Service,. Fort
Clayton, 1st Lt., Transportation
uorps; 1st Lt. Henry E. Dreher;
UM itcgimeni, rorj,,
Tf t...
Kobbe. 2nd Lt.. Infantrv: 1st Lt.
, n.v' V...-l.
uonaia j. ureen. zotn miantry
Regiment, Fort Kobbe, 2nd Lt..'
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1956
1952
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1952
1952
1951
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' tpell-' er. Columbia Pictures, lutebie A.
Meralet Avenue. yS, Z
Miscellaneous
AlCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO V
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
A Hooded Cat
NEW. YORK, July 3. (UP) -, A
truck loaded with liver stalled on
a parkways Monday and between
tne time the driver got the en engine
gine engine started And stepped on the
ciutcn ne found' he had -a rider.
Each Ume he stepped m :- the
ciutcn ne heard an aifiulshed
meow There under the hood was
a llver-lovln' lellne.
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No. 13 Omitted
SAN DIEGO, Calif., July S
(UP) The city has increased
its nurhber of Superior courts- to
13 but there is no Superior Court
No. 13. City of flcials decided that
somedefendants- might b$ ; su-
perstitious so they labeled the
13th court No. 14. v .. U
McOsker was stationed, said the
soldier "confessed" firing at Lla Lla-mlnj
mlnj Lla-mlnj In, "self defense."
They said McOsker and the Al
genan got Into a dispute over
I payment lor several cartons of
I American cigarettes the O.I. had
obtained tax-free- from th Or-
leans post" exchange, f
infantry: Ist Lt.' ClAide P, Ma
grath, 803rd AAA Battalion, Ft.
Clayton, 2nd LV Adjutant Gen-
eraL Corps; and 1st ;Lt.-Roy M."
Strom, 903rd AAA Battalion, Ft.
Clayton, 2rid lr Artillery.;
A total of 273 officer from
U.a. Ajmy Carilbean .applied. unJ
aer me program ana.zoL oj inese
were approved khd forwarded to
the Department of thp Army by
Headquarters U.S. Army Carib Caribbean..
bean.. Caribbean.. ;v 'h;;?'-;
These officers;, to be appoint appointed
ed appointed 'In the Regular Army -in the
grades of second lieutenant, first
lieutenant, captain and. major;
President and; the list transmit-have-
been nominated by the
ted to the Senate for approval.
This Is the first Increment to
be integrated under a program
to increase the numbers of. reg
ular officers. At. this time; the
WT41I number of applicants wno
will be JOund to be fully qualified
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total number of applicants who

Ford, 2-door,' 2-tone, Radio, 6 Cyl. . $1225.00

Plymouth, 4-Door, 2-tone .
Oldsmobijie, 4-door 2-tone, Radio, 98 .
Chey.', 4-door, 2-tone, PGlide, 6 Cyl. .
Buick Hard Top, Radio ..... .' . . .
Packard, 2-tone, 4-door, Radio, W.S.W.
IVash Station Wagon, 2-tone, Radio, . ;
Mercury Hard Top, Radio, 2-tone
Morris, Gnv : . "T. .

- door, 2-tone, Radio, 6'CyL

FAST FRIENDLY FINANCING r ; ?
VISIT OVR ULTRAMODERN SHOWLOT

AUTO ROW

Boats' & Motors

1 FOR SALE: Cabin cruiser 18 'A
: ft. 60-hp. Ferd V-8 engine, re recently
cently recently overhauled. Terms ., er.
cash. Call Albreok 2207.
FOR SALE: 40-ft, former J
Boat fully equipped ( dresel pow power).
er). power). Call 2-3578.
US Aircraft Carrier
Swept By Huge Fire
In Marseilles Port
r' MARSEHliESi France, July i 3
-(UP) A huge fire broke out
on the 40,000 ton, U.S. aircraft
carrier. Lake Cham plain in port
today. Four persons, three of
them crew members and onea
French docker, were reported
killed.
The Lake Champlalrr and two
destroyers arrived- here at 0800
(0700 GMT) this morning from
Italian waters for a-13 day visit
to this Mediterranean Port.
' Ninety minutes after Its arriv arrival,
al, arrival, it began unloading automo automobiles
biles automobiles onto two launches which
were to carry them to land,
f The fire started in lone of the
launches and quickly, spread to
the rear of the carjrler. Smoke
rose several thousand' feet in the
air, and spilled gasoline began
flaming on the water itself.
French flreboats came to the
carriers assistance. The fir
lasted from 0930-to 1105.
s The bodies of the four were
discovered when- the fire wa
put out.
For
cannot be estimated because the
wotk of the Augmentation Board
has not progressed to the point
where a meaningful estimate can
be made. Selections are based
upon consideration of profession professional
al professional ability, civilian and military
education andriiilitary expert expert-nce,;v
nce,;v expert-nce,;v .-
Recognizing' that, many young
officers are at thtt point of deci decision
sion decision whether -or not to make the
Army a career, the. Augmenta Augmentation
tion Augmentation Board directed its attention
to the applications of such offi
cers.; The bulk of the first group
of 1,000 conslsta of younger offi officers
cers officers whose records have been
evaluated to date by the Board
and found to .be fully qualified.
A second list." expected to be
announced by Jan. 1?, 1958, will
consist of officers to.be lntegrat-
consist or omcers wpe unexiai-
ed In all grades thtough colonel.
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WASHINGTON, July I (UP) ( -. The Senate voted down 65 to 7 a chambers for the Army, Navy and of the House cut, the Senate

The Senate approved a $34,534,- proposal by Sen. Paul Douglas D-Air Force for t the current 12

229,000 near record peacetime de- 111. to restore only 500 million

iense spending Din last mgni wnicn apuars oi tne ?z,m,wu siasn wnicn
restored pearly all of the funds the House previously made in the
which President Eisenhower had program. 1

labelled t vital, ; As appioved by the Senate, the

months

The Senate bill would give' the
Army $7,397,156,000, The NaVy $10, $10,-054.255.000
054.255.000 $10,-054.255.000 and the Air Force' $16.-

384,093,425,000, for the Army, $,-

Bpfore the finr vote, the cham-lbill would restore onlv 500 million 801.355.000 for the NavV and 15.

ber adopted an amendment cait dollars of the $265,275,000 slash 801,720,000 for the Air Force

mg on defense Secretary Charles which the House previously made

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E. .. Wilson to take all necessary

sieps to, save money by eliminat eliminating
ing eliminating duplication and overlapping. In

military procurement ana, suppiy

activities.

Police Taking Care
Of Baby Girl Born
To Woman Prisoner

in, the program.

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Dill would restore $971,504,000 of

the $1,200,000,000,000 in House cuts
'which the President had termed
critical. Eisenhower dismissed the
other $1,300,000,000 as mere "book

keeping" slashes which would not

hamper tne military services.
. The bill's $34,534,229,000 total

was ; onlv $164,294,000 less than

last year's whopping $34,698,523,000

The bill, which was nassed in

an overtime night session after

Th rn1 Zon Policp today lr a"y; m "eDl(. was Dy nr.
Ihe CSnal AOne. riUICe lu7 Ut,m ViBr,oa .nni-Antition. kill f

were faced with problem of find- --"VT"w;
ing someone toxare for The bm now goes to a House-
by girl born to woman convict conleren?6 committee, to

thresh out difference in the dif different
ferent different totals- voted bjr the two
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serving a six-month sentence at
Gtun. '.' ;:.'..: :'
The new; mother, Thelma G. Wil

liams, was sent to Gatun on May
7 after she was found guilty of
burglarizing a Balboa home.
Yesterday she gave birth to a

six-pound,' 15 ounce baby girl at

Gorgas Hospital, ana ponce report

that both are "doing line.
v As soon as she is able, the,moth

er will be returne4 to jail to com

plete her sentence. But the place placement
ment placement of the baby jinti! then pre presents
sents presents somewhat of a problem.
Police said today they would try

to find either family or friends of
the woman to eare for the infant.
Meanwhile she is a ward of the
police. y. V
Moscow Claims

4 Centenarians

In One Family
LONDON, July S (UP) A'

Russian woman celebrated her

154th birthday recently, Moscow
radio claimed today.

Tne broadcast said tne worn?
an, Identified as Lyubova Pujafc,
credited her longevity to never
eating meat. It said the woman
had two brothers, 118 and 121,

and 112-year-old sister.

The' unification amendment was

sponsored by Sen. Joseph O'Ma-

honeyi; (D Wyo.. Administration
leaders accepted it after O'Ma-

hortey dropped a provision which

would have required the resident
to set up a central military supply
asency under civilian' control.

'After approving; the Q'Mahoney

proposal, the benate 1 aeieatea

Douglas" amendment. Chairman
Dennis Chavez -(D-NM) of the Sen Senate
ate Senate .defense appropriations sub

committee led the successful fight

aeainst it. ; s

' Chavez, said that: restoring' only

500 million dollars of the, House

cut would 'fail to provide neces

sary defense funds. He gave the

Senate a long list of items he said

would be eliminated if' Douglas

had his way.1.

By voting to restore $97104,tou

THE INTERNATIONAL MOVIE
CRITIC'S REVIEW
; The movie industry his made "great efforts during the?
last years, to produce films which, can compete 'advantage
v ously With television. Critics from' all over the world have
recognized this effort and have classified, In top categbry
two novels taken to th screen by Warner Bros. GIANT,
starring James Dean, Elizabeth Taylor and Rock Hudson
and SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS starring James Stewart. Even
though the stories are completely-different 'there are sev several
eral several points in common: .the richness and magnificence of
the productions and thai both. are basd fan; historical facts
that have had great Influence and. transcendency in th
development of humanity; Lindbergh wlthhls audacity and
courage achieved for aviation a definite impetiis and placed

it in tne nigh level in wnicn it is today? uiatjw relates
realistically the human and tragic story. of 25 year lathe:
historv of Texas.) We find scenes which can be applied to

any of cur countries wmen will remind us oi now me nag

developed during the last quarter of a century. Thes two

magnificent productions will be presented, by vat, central
Circuit in the Lux-central theatres tomorrow, July 4th.: We :
are-convinced that wlthi this, new-success the Central dr-i
cult has succeeded In offering at their theatres whatv the'
public has been so anxiously awaiting to see. 1

heeded Eisenhower's repeated

warnings he would not be respon responsible
sible responsible tor U.S. security if Congress

tailed to provide the money.

The Air Force wodld get t the
lion's share of the restored iunds,
or, $560,73,0O0: i The Army's por portion
tion portion would be $157,731,000 and the

navy 25Z,900,ooo. t 7 -u
Rebellious Priest
In Brazil Slays V
Bishop, Escapes 5
'RECIPE. Brazil. Julv a ami.

A rebellious priest yesterday shot I

u Kiura Bisnop ExnedlK) Lopes
of Garanhuns, Brazil. ', v
The killer is identified as the
Rev. Hosana Slqueira,. a curate
In Qulpapa. v
Father Slqueira suspended for
a misdemeanors-demanded nn
audience with the bishon.v.and

shot him three times with a re revolver.
volver. revolver. He then fled in a 1eep
which was later found aban abandoned.
doned. abandoned. ,

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