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;ii i:zv; yc:;i
AND TO SAO PAULO S
RIO BUENOS AIRES
" peqplqUnou the truth mnd the funtry '" -T1 dirmhczi Lincoln.
' R iiST-jiniir,,,.-,1 f i. TeL Fanami -0975 ,.
PANAMA, R. Pi SATURDAY JULY 1957
;1 ,g I INDEPENDENT lHt)X DAILY 1 ISEYSPAPtt )
Mdy Levy Bg
On US Contractor.
One of the biggest fine in ma
ny vear involvina contra Dana
from the Canal Zone into Panama
". may be imposed next week on A A-merican
merican A-merican contractor John Carter of
- Onpva .Constructors, t.A,
Panama Customs Chief Enrique
de la Guardia said, today 'that
he was considering imposing a $3,
500 fine on the contractor for
, leged contraband of 20 tanks ,iof
welding rods found in his Panama
junk yard. No duty had been paid
. to the Panama government for this
material wtucn apparently came
from the Canal Zonet y9;t
- De la Guardia saii that the mat
ter came to the attention of the
. customs office through an ex-em
ploye Carter, who claims ; to
have -driven the truck which car
' tied the contraband from Coco So Solo,
lo, Solo, or Coco SolitQ, into Panama.
?v Th customs chief said today
? that t arrangements have been
- made to question the driver on
Monday. 1 ' - S ., 1
H "added that he probably will
make a decision on tho amount of
the fine -within a week after a
De La' Guardia said that fines
are based on between twice-the a-
mount of duty which should have
been paid and up to ten times the
duty. He estimated that the 20
tanks were worth about $468. "-
Back in 1939, the customs head
. recalls, there .was a heavy fine
imposed on a person who sold con contraband
traband contraband sugar across the border.
More recently, ship' chandler A.
Sasso was fined $3,000 .for a cargo
of liquor which ; wis supposed, to
rrn in... nnnrlfirf tir-aycttimiuji in th i
Zone, but never left Panama. Two tirne of year.
also fined at the time,
. De la Guardia said that hia of office
fice office was fighting an "endless bat
tle" against contraband. He said
it was a m a tter of m aint aining
"constant vigilance," and that
his staff was on the lookout at all
times for contraband, violations. :
"We hope to do everything pos
sible to wipe out contraband,' he
(Carter is being sued br a erouo
of 78 employes who filed a claim
asking for $t ait hour which they
feel they are entitled to receive for
a scrap-loading project performed
for Carter on iat Balboa pier 'On
March 19. The employes are now
awaiting further action on the suit
by : the-, Labor Department. The
scrar-loadine job involved the Jao
freighter Fukusan Maru.l -,
taif. i f
Holiday Desslh Rale
Slowing To llonnsl
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''.I' n .'
others involved in this case were)
CHICAGO.' July 6 (UP) The
death rate on the highways
slowed In the third day of the
nation's Fourth of July celebra
tion today. and some oDservers
said they were encouragea.
Multiple accidents from time
tffi time kept the death toll
mounting., But at about, noon, a
National saietv council spokes
man in Chicago said the deatn
rate was lust about what it
would be In .normal traffic .lor
the same span of days at this
TI. f M' f ji;,
. Al Jdy;4ih DumIE
11 Prizes iinckbed
Don't destroy your Atlantic ..aide
Fourth of July tickets.'
Nearly a dozen prizes remain
unclaimed, the committee announc
ed today, in alerting ticket holders
to check their pasteboards.
- xne lonowing prize items ana
- ticket numbers await a nome:
,A comb and brush set, No. 854;
v. a cigarette lighter, 141; an eve eve-f
f eve-f mng bag, 371; a cigarette tighter;
1799: dinners for one couple at the
. Cristobal Elk's 1T Club,,. 502; din-
ners for two at the Cristobal Gun
Club, 1477; one case of beer, 1229;
-. comb and brush-set, 761; .five dolt
lars 'in cash, 545; five dollars in
cash, 1652; five dollars in cash,
!-1997. ,''- ., ;
Some of the name's appearing on
unclaimed tickets are Set. Padua
of Coco Solito, K. TJ. Smith and L.
k. uanger. v .... vv f jj. .;
- Prizes and winners notified are:
'Miss Jean Chambers of, Margari-
ta $10; two dinners at the Cristo
bal Yacht Club, 'Fernando Orsini
. of France Field; casa of beer,
Hoius bnrfon; a safety razor, Miss
. Elizabeth Thomas of Ft. Gulick; a
leather wallet, Capt. MariUo of Ft
- Gulick. r
Gail Rimcir Booked
' Alter Driving titf
Thru Glass Window
HOLLYWOOD,- July UP)
A L'rltc 1 rre-s furve''fef noon
snuweq inai .since at p.m.
Wednesday; traffic deaths nad
totaled 238. Drownings number-'
ed 135; plane crashed killed f
and miscellaneous mishaps il,
including one fireworks death.
California, Ohio and Pennsylvania-had
19 highway deaths.
ew YQrit 18, Texas 17, Michigan
i. uaianoma 13 ana Illinois 11.
"The -toll still is running at an.
proximately the rate of a non non-holiday
holiday non-holiday toll for' the same num number
ber number of hours at this time of the
year,', said Ned H: Dearborn J
president of the National Safety
Council. 'We regard this as gra-
uiying ana compument the dm
era' ana traiiic enforcement of
fleers. Let's keen it niD." f f' t- :
For a similar non-holiday pe
rlod at this time of vear. deaths
In traffic would total approxl-j
maieiy 250 or less, safety Coun Council
cil Council spokesmen said.
UtTF.Vnfi'ATBlPC tTl' ;
The military junta Which advises
President Aramburu will probably
hold a meeting late today to dis discuss
cuss discuss the apparent rift between Ar Argentina
gentina Argentina and Venezuela. '
The Venezuelan ambassador in
Buenos Aires,' Atilio Carnevali, con
firmed last night that he had Men
I-t ' (NEA Telephoto)
. WEDOING DAY Haru "C&ny" Sueyama tills out the nepes nepes-:
: nepes-: aary papers In Tokyo whichr under Japanese law, makes her
the legal wife of U.S. Army Specialist 3c. William Oirard, who
, ,s accused of shooting to death ft. Japanese woman. Girard was
' not present for the signing of th documents. Be was at camp
, Whittlngton, 40 miles from Tokyo, where he; is 'confined to
camp; At right is Ko Takenaka, an employe at First Cavalry
. Division headquarters, who was one of the two witnesses to tha
,1 ,,' marriage registration.
Ui t i .V i
' ' v
Girard's Lawyers Ask Court
To, Overturn US-Japan Part
jecto the crtmlnaHaw of that
nation whether It, entered bjr
force or by consent." ,,A"f
The attorneys declaied that
H was "morally .wrong" t
draft, men Intc the Amy an4
ask them to lay down thelR
lives "to protect tha Constittr
tion and government of tha
United," and then deprive,
them of iht protection of that
They said that was what would
happen to Girard if the Army
allowed him to be tried by the
The OI'a; lawyers, said Girard
would not receive a fair trial- In;
Japanese courts according t6
"standards generally recognized
in the courts of the United
States." President Eisenhower
has said he was sure the Japan Japanese
ese Japanese would' give Girard : m. fair
trlat- ..i.v" 'r.' V .?
. The lawyers argued that nu
merous rights guaranteed in. an
American, court f "are stripped
from the American soldier when
he is tried before a foreign tri tribunal,'
bunal,' tribunal,' ;r.: -..-. ,".";;
Scid Heading For
' SANTIAGO DE CUBA. July
(UP).-"- Reports here yesterday
indicated a showdown battle may
be imminent: betWeenrfgovernment
troops, and rebels forces in the
Sierra Maestra- untam V, i
troop movements on Paima. Soria
no, 18 miles nortnwest of Santia
go, utner repons; toiq oi tne sua
den "disappearance"; of "numer
ous" Cubans and there was spe
culation they had joined the reb
elt headed by Fidel Castro.
Authorities in the rebel-ridden
mountains in southeast Cuba were
said to have already taken spe
cial measures in. anticipation of a
major ,;cusn:'i.;Mp,-i l-...;v
urgently recalled to Caracas, tndj ceremony at the poat ehapel
it appears he will be accompanied
by Commercial -Attache Aquilea
WASHINGTON JulV (nPlJ
Attorneys for.Gl William S: Gi.
rard Asked the Supreme Court
yesterday to nullify this nation's
tatus-or-Forces a.g r e ements
with : its aHies on grounds they
kre ; unconstitutional and J'mor-
WMy wruiig. :
i. They said In a brief filed with
the high court that U.S. service servicemen
men servicemen were stripped of ''every ves vestige
tige vestige of constitutional .right" by
agreements allowing American
servicemen to be tried by foreign
courts for. off-duty crimes. -1
.The brief was Girard s answer
to the government's demand
that the GI be tried by a Japa Japanese.,
nese., Japanese., court on manslaughter'
charges : foe killing a Japanese
woman, v on a. military firing
range. The court will hear oral
arguments in the caso Monday.
The- case, was carried" to the
high v court by the- government
after a federal district court or
dered U.S. court -martial for
Girard and ruled taht- the mill
tary'a decision to let Japan try
him -was-. lllegaL
If -the court "should, overturn
the- UJS.-Japanese agreement,
the ruling also would, nullify
similar agreement the United
States has with 1U European al
lies.' Administration leaders have
said. this would jeopardize Amer.
ica'a .overseas bases program.
The legal action came as
rard, "'a 21 -year-old Ottawa,
11L, WIer, parried hi Ja Japanese
panese Japanese girl friend, Hani Can
dy,saeyama, 29, H 4met
at Camn. WhHtinrton. Japan,
Girard sent her home on a dus
Keep ? London; Papa
Tied XoTelephon e
Claim Florida Land
Granted To Spaniard
MIAMI, July 6 (UP1 The
descendants of a Spaniard who
claims he received grants to 307-
520 acrea in six Florida .counties
have hired' an attorney to investi investigate
gate investigate their "'holdings it was
learned -today. The action places
true ownership of the : land in Co
lumbia. Duval. Nassau; Levy. St.
John and Alachua counties in
doubt. Tha. disputed land includes
the entire city of Gainesville," site
Of the University ot Florida. L
la Jhfasa Arredondo, who died in
,tf AnviKlin In 1M? plaim fh
land war granted by the' King of
Spain prior to the' American Rev-J
olutionary war. me n o t a i n g s.
were found to be valid by a U.S.
Sunreme Court decision in-1832."
The heirs are of Cuban nation
ality,. One of them, Dora Salazar,
lives in. Miami. Two Cuban des descendants
cendants descendants of the' Spaniard living in
Havana, Dr. Antonio Otero del
Mau' 4nd. Roman Campa y More-
nt, nave given Miami attorney
W. iEmory Daogherty. power ..of
attorney to probe the. claim.
.Dauuderty said it will be "diffl.
cult to prove claims on land
which has been developed such
al city property. But. he said.
"there are miles and miles -of un-
developed acreage and swamps
that have not been fenced or im
proved. The heirs have a definite
claim to that land."
MOSCOW, July (UP) Tw.
mr"itpib yramitrt were firee
frem thaif cabinet aertt 'yitrdiy
M a continulnf ihakaup that hail
the full aupport of the Rte army.
Led by Defense Minister and
Army Marshal -Georgl Zhukov,
tne army spearneaded a bitter
attack on the ousted Stalinists
for. "conspiracy and intrigue" to
overthrow the "elected leaders"
and take over with their follow
Secluded In Villa; ;
Hum On Boy Friend
MADRID. July 6 (UP Fikn
star Ava Gardner, newly divorc-
Certad; Military Attache. LC Col' tor& cZ because he At noon he.c.Ued to ask how
.rfMn r.iim. .i.n... j Iler "e ceremony Decause ue J:na- ., ,. .,,
r-.,;.:;.7' S ":.""ila res-trlcted to the
Cultural attache, Uareo 'Aurelio
In' circles' close to the Venezue
la... T3.r.n v.. k. curies cioso m u ven
wta ii ueptr uima wni vi 1 1 j:t-- -a: .
. dered to appear ia court Monday I f" 7i '""1. fr.F ',v tZ"v"ia
on charges she was driving while -.u 0,6
intoxHrated' when her car ash.jIwUB MJr. wouU rmll
ed throagh the plate glass win-1 Buenos Aires. j
bnbo ir.inft .mmM i recall ot in Venezuela ii em-1
The 32-year-old "hard luck glrPi'T""' tawiij
... trra4 tn f..i mi, .k. after Argentina banded new note
acene Thursday. The- bucboyv RoH1 gowrBment ia Caracas, in
wuicu ymummuij u was request requested,
ed, requested, that. the. visa of ex-President
Juan Domingo Peroa should be
renewed. Peroa is residing in the
guard antil the charg
him are eeiuea. - us.. i...
Girard's lawyers told the court iri pi-j, .,-.;
that Congress alone "has the Tft minutes later: You'r the
power to determine Jurisdiction ot triplets all girls.. You
in cases involving the military can stop calling now." ;.
farces." They asked the court to, They weighed i pounds 4 ounces,"
order Girard's release from cus- 4 pounds I ounces and S pounds
. 1 N j i 1 Annua r V
, The attorneys also repilea W
th areument ot Attorney Gen
eral Herbert Brownell Jr. that
japan would have1 the right toj
. .j .- i -t led from actor rrana ainaira. anui
l.een t LOndOir traDCtherself uo in her out-of-town Spah-i
. I. i:.t. ..ill. Inn.it mil rDII..H ti Hil.i
I Tins witrnj i
fxUs her relations witn itauan ac
tor WaKer Chiari. v-
f Miss Gardner is sleeping aft
er a lace nieni party, ana wr.
Chiari is in Italy," a maid at the
bouse, about ten miles outside
Madrid, toia reporters.
'She will not see the press e
ven if vou wait here all day."-
.She said Chiari was not staying
at the villa, and bad left several
days s go for Italy. It was. Hot
known when he would return. '.
. Miss Gardner, who arrived here
a week ago to rest after film mak
ing, has been seen several
LONDON. July UPl-A'toiiJ
aon tailor s assistant made three!
cans a hospital today and learn-
ea oy inusumeni mat ms z-vear-
old wife wss the mother of trip-
ges agalnst,he Wit t, .- .y"
The attacks singled out dis
graced former detiutv nremlers
vyacnesiav Moiotov, Lazar Ka Ka-ganovich
ganovich Ka-ganovich and Georgi Malenkov,
The campaign against them in
tne press and at mass meetings
was mounting by the hour.
Continuing the' reshuffle of
the Kremlin hierarchy, the Pres
idium of the Supreme Soviet re
moved Miknaii g. Pervukhin and
Maxim z. Saburov from their
posts as deputy premiers. But
Pervukhin aDDarentiv was ner-
mitted to stay on a-minister of
meaium macnine buuding. sab
urov. washout altogether.
The. Red army lent Its' full sud-
port to the -ousting of 'anti-par
ty officials. . ,
Zhukov. who Waa raised t tha
Presidium or ruling group of the
party Central Committee, accus-!
ea tne jwaiotov trio Of "conspirr.1
strongest 'seifcoiial -rLck; Tul
them to-dai by a high govern government
ment government offlciaL ; i, v
y Hia apecM to the army garri-
Son "Of Moscow 'was rennrtArt in
Jledstar, the official army
newspaper, which included its
own editorial blast and ouoted
other generals and admirals a-
gainst the "anti-party etouo"
-Itwaj believed that still fur'-
wer caomet changea would be
The parliamentary Presidium's
announcement of tne dismissal
of Pervukhin and Saburov simr
ujtaneousiy announced that Al Alex!
ex! Alex! Kosygin had been appointed
first deputy premier. He pres presently
ently presently la chairman of th nfnt.
Planning commission. Aside
irom Kosygin, the shakeup has
left Russia with bnlv two first
deputy premiers Anastas Miko.
yan and Josef Kuzmin.
The official Tass news aeencv
announcement said Saburov was
"diamissed" while Pervukhin a
LONDON, July 6 (UP) The mounting Kremlin
campaign of abuse against the disgraced Moldtor trio "and
other' ousted Stalinists today showed all the earmarks of
i -:. -k'-Ha.
preparations rur a purge rnau : ?
Reports contained in Western diplomatic dispatcher
received here today predicted Vyacheslav Molorov, Georgi4
Malenkov arid Lazar Kaganovich shortly will be depiyed
of their party membership as well as their party rank and
cabinet posts. This could be the last step before ordering
an actual trial for "conspiracy" against the Khrushchev Khrushchev-faction,
faction, Khrushchev-faction, the reports said. ., -.
The campaign of personal and ideological vilificri vilificri-tion
tion vilificri-tion by Soviet officials, the press and Rqdio Moscow was.7
in the classic pattern ot italin-era purges.
factories "and at military
i ; '
Radio Moscow, commentators He.
nqimced the: ousted' Stalinists as
were denounced for their ."anti-IVTotten branches'' and "adventur-
party1 activity.-" : .ifists,':
a oroaacasi rrom tne otucm t
Meanwhile, Radio Moscow de
nied today that the Molotov trio
has -been arrested and said all
three attended a Communist Par
ty meeting ; yesterday where they
government station said ."'Musco-
fcu. ta id the three ttrvi. J, t.
ers' arrest because "they saw,
Malenkov.. Kaganovich and Molo
tov yesterday at the meetings of
the -local Moscow party organiza-
Communist sources in 'London
Indicated that if there -" were a
trial, the Stalinists could face the
deau penalty they so often con
doned for fallen comrades during
their years of nigh, power,
! Soviet ,' Party chief Nikita S,
Krushchev,, whose power was ap
proaching mai oi ms late master,
Josef Stalin, was sounding out
popular opinion, on the, disgraced
Mass meetings have been re.
ported throughout Russia, both in
LONDON1, ( July 8 (UP? In In-grid
grid In-grid Bergman met the sister of
Indian Premier Ja'waharlal Neh Nehru
ru Nehru at dinner Thursday night and
discussecf the alleged romance
of her husband,, Roberto Rossel Rossel-llni,
llni, Rossel-llni, with an Indian woman, Jt -was
reported yesterday, a ry
Demand Island Trial
for American Sailor
MANILA, July S (UP) Filipi
no students staged an anti-Ameri-l
eaq rally tonight demanding the
return of former sailor George F.
not tor trial before a Philippine
It was the first anti American
outburst here in several years.
About 2,000 students and by bystanders
standers bystanders participated in the or
derly demonstration held in down-l
town Manila Plaza
Title Of Warden's
Al CZ Penilwlia
The oosition of deputy 'warden
of the Canal Zone Penitentiary has
been redesignated as. warden, it
was announced yesterday at. Po Police
lice Police Headquarters. The -change' in
title involves no changes in ad
ministrative functions and respon
holds the position, has been a mem
ber of the Canal Zona Police since
June. 1940. A nativa of Eldora, N.
Y., he camo to the Isthmus asJ
serviceman and was c sergeant
with a Field .Artillery unit at Fdrt
Clayton when he left the military
service W join the canal orgamza-
tin. .'-- ... ';.
They demanded the return of
Roe. of Clio, Mich., charged with I He has spent the majority of his
inhirinc a Filinino worn a a- in a police service at the penitentiary.
traffic accident while he was sta-iHe was- assigned there continuous-
times timed at tha Sans ley Point Naval ly from 1941 to 1948 in various ca-
out Station rear Manila. i 'pacifies and returned again to the
orith TVisnHs. but hai alwavs re- Roe was returned to the United Gamboa prison in 19S1 after three
fused to discuss her personal ai-States and. discharged from the, years ftn duty in the Cristobal po-
fairs. service last year. lice aistrict.
try Girard even if the high court
ert R?vr.old. 21. was heipiuiis
ed witl a fractured leg end nu numerous
merous numerous cuts. .. ....
Mist VJonptl vhn lt ill TtAt
a comeback in the. movies after Venezuelan capital oa a tempora-
four years- of difficulties rangingT vim, wmcn aas oeen renewee
from hit-run and drunk convic-i,eTer" "mes, ana n is Debt
tions tu illness, told polica s h ettt the Argentine government
ad only two drink. However, of-iasked that another renewal
news Kia soe iauea to pass an "t w roicu. x- 'eminent. I It will be a oart of the fourth
intoximetea test. I The miliUry Junta, made on ofi? ftir.rd a ttomers countered .-t,,.,! i a .... .1 1 Ti
The aetres was booked on s-1 thmiars o e ho Armed ; Jhtt Army In the territory erciM throughout the United SUtes
picion of drunk driving and jailed, Forces aad the provisional vice-.., foreiirn nation U tiot tub- to imorov- th. rdin.u f th.
. J AW. A Al tW W m am ttrt
Hht to turn him over to JepaiU ?SS,K-
v BrowneU said any sovereign -f; "."'3 t
naoon haa authority to punish,."" T' i.iJrt A
1. beuevedUocal law violation. yM
rnment has troopa. limited cnly by Pjtho Federal Civil Defease Admi Admi-twal
twal Admi-twal should ;t?reement with tha soldier's go" UistraUon. ,
CZ 'O pervitin 1 Alert Set For Friday; Exact Hour Secret
briefly. 5he w released tOer the
A'ltomobJe Ckb of Southern Cal Cal-tfonsia
tfonsia Cal-tfonsia posted the $263 hail,'.
A Late Start
THFNTO, Italy, July t UP) J
president. Rear Adm. Isaae F. Ro-
jas. will meet in, the presidential
residence at Olivos.
Th rce Become Two
CHICAGO. July I fUP) Mrs.
tio to meet, promptly and effec
tively, those emergency situations
which would result from enemy
As ia the past, both the Armed
Forces on the Isthmus and Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Co. Canal Zone govern-
Horse trainer Falvatore Cara, tO.' Roe Uux knows what she is Frar Edwards, 4. Washing.' rcinizatwn and tie Armed
retired to an old a-e hof- M talking about when abe savs ton Daily News columnirt and.FMT; Disastw Conti wiU be
fcrran to bone up. He brilliantly, three of her children are two.' former United Press staff cor-f mobihied-nd the Tmbhc win o.r-
dancer Claims DC
JDcily News Writer;
WASHINGTON, Jury 6 (UP)
ptffpi .v prim-ry scho exams. Her tlri triolets. Da'e, Daryl end respondent, d ed of cancer last ticir!e to the extent of bservinf
their second Blent at tie DXX General Eos-'appropriate traffic and -dri-.
"I eff h-t time to study be-, Diane, ce'ebrate
fore," he saii. 1 birthday today.
control measures vhea the public
action warning signals, "take eov
er" and "alert" are sounded on
the sirens. . I
M element of surprise will.be
added to Operation Alert 1957 in
that the exact hour and place of
the simulated attack will not be
announced in advance,, either to
the public or to the participating
defense forces. It is anticipated,
however, that the hypothetical at attack
tack attack here will come during day day-h'aat
h'aat day-h'aat hours.
- All trsffic will be halted in the
Canal Zone and pedestrians will
be required to take cover when
the sirens sound the "take cor cores"
es" cores" signal, which is a wailing
sound for three minutes. Normal
traffic will be resumed about 20
minutes later,. or less, wita the
sooading of the "alert" signal, a
steady, three-minute blast on the
sirens. --- '
The extent ot parUcipaUon by
Panama Canal nnits and tha Can
al. Zone Civil Defense organiza
tion, has been outlined in a mem memorandum
orandum memorandum issued by IX. Goyf H. W.
SchulL Jr. Durtef the exercise.
liaison will be established with the
Armed Forces for a .coordinated
- Both the main and alternate con
trol centers of the Canal Zone Civ
il Defense Corps will be staffed.'
Those are located in j Balboa
Heights and Cristobal. Control
point commanders of the Civil
Defense force will mobilize their
teams at their 'assigned assembly
areas-The teams wiQ be dismiss dismissed
ed dismissed after checking and inspection.
' The Lieutenant Governor's mem memorandum
orandum memorandum also' announced .that
members of-the Volunteer Corps
should report to their tone war wardens.
dens. wardens. The wardens will then report
to the main control center, giving
aa astimste of their town strength.
It is requested that volunteers then
report to Gorgas or Coco Solo Hos
pitals for duty as attendants.
Aa important phase of the exer
cise ims year nu oe ue aereiop aereiop-ment
ment aereiop-ment of estimates on damages,
casualties, and radiological fallout
Bureau Directors of tha Canal
organisation will be. expected to
give estimates to the operations
staff ;(the-. Governor, : lieutenant
Governor and Chief of Operations)
in tb .main control center oa the
extent of damages to facilities un under
der under their control;1 repair requirement,-
and what emergency oper operations
ations operations are posible under the sim simulated
ulated simulated conditions. :
In addition they will, be expect
ed m prepare estimates showing1
the number of casualties, require requirements
ments requirements for relief, and their ability
to provide assistance or; their need
Indian official- sources would
confirm only that the blonde ac
tress dined with Madame Vijay
Laksnmi pandit, Nenru a sister
who Is Indian ambassador-' to
Britain. But other sources saldl v
Nehru himself wa present. Ui;
is in London for the common
wealth ministers' conference, ii,'
Miss Bergman flew her from
Paris Thursday te r-
. She has shrugged off as gos-;
sip reports from Bombay and v
New Delhi thaf her husband,
' Italian director Roberto Rosseu -Ilni,
haa had a clandestine lovev
affair with Mrs. Sonalt Dar
Gupta. 27-year-old wife of an.'
Indian film director, ;. 3'
But the London Dally Mail s ati v
the RosselHni romance was. ona.
of the topic discussed at 'ilxp,
'.. ti-':- ; IpAi't .'
The Indian v government re-"
celved many demands from In-' 1
dlans that Rosaelllnl be thrown
out of the country. :
.Y .':'--;' '
Nehru himself was reported t .' ;
have told irate relatives of Mrs..
Das Gupta's husband that Res-.
sellinl should be punched In the
nose. : ...'
British, actress Ann Todd.
friends of Miss Bergman, accom accompanied
panied accompanied the Swedish actress to
the dinners v.-."-' .4
..Miss Todd's aecretary toldr
newsmen that Nehru himself t
was present although Indian
sources -would admit only that v
he was in his slater's residence
YesUrday Miss Bergman flew
back to Parts no get ready for .'
a vacation In Rome."
' She said she' waa looking for. i
ward to seeing her daughter by.
her previoua marriage. Jenny
Lindstrom. who lives with her
f father. Dr. Peter Lindstrom, in.
the United SUtes. Tha iina-v
stroma are scheduled to make a
European visit. -Misa Bergnjan
haa not seen her daughter in six (
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Ce Mike, an ll-month-old chim-
panxee at Brookfield Zoo, had I
been lonely until he got four new
playmatea ail girl chimps.
Now them are five chirr.panxeet;
mhr frmr chimn houses. KJ
hachelor dayt are over.
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aom brighter and I will make an effort. I went to the Commu Community
nity Community Center doctor for a general checkup and for a fee of $3 got
more than I coma pay ior at mo
Had to divide a portion for
me, and a few still leit.
We are having the hottest weather of the season, with 6 de degrees
grees degrees here for two days and 117 degrees at Presidio. I stand it
Jrell, with a etlff wind all the time and a good fan.
Corn la needing rain to fill out, but cotton can hang on a
lone time, and Oh, the lovely canteloupes we are getting from
toe Pecoi Coit of living may go up. but not if you can live on
Air conditioners are in demand at factory prices. Cost more
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Haif a Column
More Of Less :
Now and Then
By CfclDI CALHOUN
By CRIDI CALHOUN..
CHINA; J, POSTER DULLES
vS JOHN F. DULLES ?JZV
First let us define China by say
ing what it is not, viz; it is not the
Island- of Formosa some ..- times
known at Taiwan, but quite a large
country -with quite a lot of people.
only a few of whom are commu communists
nists communists by whatever definitions of
communism. If ever there wat a
case of a tail pretending to was
the doz it is that of Formosa and
mainland. China. x
The so-called Nationalist Govern Government
ment Government of China is really a squatter
government of Formosa, and the
Formosan people, administered by
Generalissimo Chians Kai-shek.
There has been so much pretense
about this government that it ap approaches
proaches approaches fantasy. Fancies, like
unleashinK General Chians" and
his army of fat, middle aged men:
fancies, like reconquering the
mainland. Of course these oreten
ses have little to do with commu
nism, but any one daring to ques question
tion question them is ipso facto a commu
Now let's set on with Dullea v
Dulles. His latest oronouncement.
based on what he calls a "pre-sup-position"
whatever that ii. run to
the idea that Communism will not
last forever. All we have to do is
wait "one year, five years, ten
years," as he says he is "confident
mat toe trend toward freedom it a
basic truth." It may be treason to
say so, even if I am an uncomnrn-
rmiauig ana militant democrat, but
mere is no assurance either that
democracy will last forever.
If the men whe mad tha A.
merican Revolution had waited for
a "trend towards frnwinm" uv.
elop and had advanced the not un un-tenable
tenable un-tenable thesis that colonialism
wouia not last rorever, it is Just pos
sible that Dulles would not be Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State now. History has
shown after almost two centuries
that colonialism i nnt Min
last forever. But the North Ameri American
can American Colonists were impatient peo-
yn wmtWMl inclined tO "seize
Dulles, who started out as a
'siezer of th initiative" now
ajkWMai Ma A- 'a m
"" Bajr io wau ana Jet na-
iiiib ie ns course. More than
that when communist China fives
evidence of a "trend toward free freedom'.'
dom'.' freedom'.' Dulles lay that Jt irmere irmere-lyi
lyi irmere-lyi a-means of idantlfyfag, those
representatives of the United
States press, that 1, another eom'
be that they will use U.S. foreign
correspondents to spread commu commu-pIroP,.d
pIroP,.d commu-pIroP,.d "m the main mainland.
land. mainland. Lj this case "communist pre pre-D,nd
D,nd pre-D,nd would be anything that
reflected unfavorably on the pre present
sent present Policy with respect to Chiang
fiofc? ronnM" Md m,in"
DuUes is against doing any kind
?,lH,i,ineMJwitb, ""Wand China
President Eisenhower said in a re recent
cent recent press conference that he was
5? '"Pressed as ethers in the
administration with the need tor
a more rigid embargo on trade.
There was a time when Dulles
went even frth
his book "War or P.. ..
in 1950, DuUes says: T
"If the Commiiniat
of Chin, m facT n;.;."""1
to govern China without serious
domestic resistance, then tt"toe
Nation,." 'dmittd to
"Communist Governments today
dominate more than 30 per cent
ofthe population of the world," hi)
book went on. "We may not like
world organisation, then it should
be representative of the world as
Then and vm v. jij ...
for all time Then he did not ep
. cvDgiiuon Decausa p..:
Ping S support of interntlnn.l nZL
munisin. Now he emphasizes that
morality ahmiM h. kI x "Z?.J?.u
Miii.. J7i! "w me
1V0 "!ur,J "Wf i Eel,
leu ii- .v everuie.
i. "'..."Tf u,c' siarr to modifV it
cam irj n
Dulles gives the Jmnressfon fk.i
no ana ne-alonn t .u.
.. -uui, morauy right.
ract and must aaLhr k.
eceptod. ItU Slfct 2
es not apply to China the nl,
of reeosnitioB tSmt i. -SyfS"?
"wiacfltt iTZ "etatorial
f-e rerlm. tlut th.
Rafael rJffv rllt.
fawtancV LwMm W, fcr
TB't is wfaern 1 -
appeared to k. 'l'rJ
I1. ere John T. Dulles nay
W atandiaf today ear tmnorrew.
. ' 1 rr 'J ' -I' i 1 '' f"i '' ''? 'i V ,' I.
Water Winchell I n
Newspapermen Ar Like This
The iournev to Paradise for most
mortals may seem prolonged and
mysterious. For newspaper people
the oath is clear and direct: It
leads to The Front Page. The sign-
mats ara often humorous and dra
matks Durine World War One
correspondents Heywood Broun',
Westbrook Peeler, Junius Wood
and Thomas J. Johnson were in
formed by a press-officer that
S. troops "had Hist fired the firs
shot" at the Germans...When the
reporters asked for the name of
the Yank responsible for the his
tone bang the officer quippe
'Undoubtedly some Irishman!?
Fearful that Floyd Gibbons tndl
other competitors (who got to the
numan inicrcsi huu ivipi
news specialists, agreed to, produce
-t-i- rm J: i ---J
other competitors (wno got to tne The;riskj hbre took-m
front lmes) wcmld monopoluethi.; ftogers- big brear came whfe
iBDie... iaey oi.paicnuu j.fused to make deais...";ane result
about "a red headed Irishman"-
The hokum landed on American
front pages coast to coast.. .You
can locate the story in many 'his
Later Mr. Pesler decided to look
up the Yank who actually, fired
that shot, at ioudq mm... a uam
haired SgU; Alex Archluewlcz.
When Ralph Barnes was a cub
in Paris he interviewed Lindbergl
after the famed hop ... The excite-
merit of the event and the clamon,
Write!" ... The interview was writ-'
ten unoer extreme pressure, ana
became the talk of journalism
Ironically, the tront -pager, aumi
carry bis byline... His jittery edi
tor used the signature of Barnes'
Lauren D. Lyman of The N. Y
Times won a Pulitzer medal for
his exclusive report about Mr. and!
Mr Ijnrfheereh leavin tne U.ivlh
.He won it chiefly because he
happened to be in the office at the
iv uiapueu "" ir, Moderwell ignored tne msuit...ine
jitters. He told his editor: I m'next day Rumanian crisis forc forc-too
too forc-too nervous. 1 don't know what to ed him to fly to Bucharest.... AU
write. I just .cant think!" .The Rome cae, and ncwgpapcr 0f.
editor thundered: "Don't think. riiun with talk hnnt
right time... Lindbergh first phon- the Fascist cancelled it on the
ed the aviation editor of a rivalisrounds. that Moderwell "is no
paper, who couldn't be found.
bo no pnoneu n to iiymaaw - k -
w A lovely choir singer was found
A letter to a St. Louis editor setldaad from poison in a Cape Cod
off a series of page-one firecrack-1
erg. It mentioned mat an admitted'
killer had been fined 1500 and set
FLY AVIANCA tanondPG
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Working on a Biager Paper Missile"
free... News ace Frederick Hazlitt
Orennan was assignedto the ease
... His reportonal diligence ur
earthed enough skullduggery to
indict several lawyers, the pro i cribbing... Reporter Spayde's sus sus-secutor
secutor sus-secutor and the judge..; BrennanV pimons (aroused by this single:
reward was an extra week's pay
Mobsters, who bribed and intimi
dated law-enforcers in an Illinois
county, got Swell-headed on their
power and were contemptuous of
newspapermen ... Reporter John
Roeers (of the St. Louis PoSt-Ois
patch) learned that the gang cmet
was an egomaniac... Rogers bait
ed tat -trip oy writing several com-
-i: t:.i.. -v..t
Shortlv dter,;.he' sained' the
low's; confidence and,f wound iupr
tilt Fi lJ -f-'Li-L-JL.-. J.'ti-'. i
'ia' new State's Attorney was elect
iH A tnnoh BYie-fioMr whn rvl
r-'--.-- -f o"-o --o----t
Roeers broke his story and every
member of the mob was convict
ed... The leader was hanged and
the others are still doing life,
Wheo Hi Moderwell covered the
Rome beat for a Chicago paper he
exposed several Fascist barbar!
isms. It incensed one of them, who
encountered the newsman at a
banouet and slapped him... Unwil
ling to create added excitement (be
cause his companion, the wife of,
wag expecting a baby)
hig cowardlCe. That he had been
,giaBnd and fled.
When the reporter returned to
Rome, his friends insisted the on
ly was to disinfect the ugly situa
tion was to fight a duel... Moder
well, however, had other ideas..
He went to the Fascist's lair and
informed him Americans do not
duel with swords or pistols...Thenj
flattMiari him with one minch.. i
Our Hero then challenged him to.fer Lee Carson was reprimanded
a duel with anything... Next day
village ... The official verdict was
suicide... a Boston news sieutnuessionai swimmer uni
named. Fred Soayde was not satis-auerinf the Hudson River on an
I I I J..
fied. He fine-combed the OTd
of the victim s beau (a clergyman)
anu discovered a Diemisn ... wa
had been expelled from college forj
flaw in the churchman's charac-i
ter) went to work...He inserted
an ad in the classified pages of his
own ffdzette reauestina informa
tion about the poison that killed
the girl. A druggist responded
supplying the missing fragments
of the jigsaw... The suspect was
cinvicted... He called Fred: "My
Ace of Spayde."
The brave man does what he is
Miller (how, and NBC.execwhUeJtifficiaI government per diem
coverinslhe Floyd Collins trage
dy Li Collins was entombed In a
Kentucky cave... uespite tne core
stant menace of a cave-in Miller
squirmed through the tunnel five!
times to obtain first-hand im-
oressions.;. When he waar asked
why he risked his life, he modest
ly said "Because l was asham
ed not to do h ....ue won tne ru
utzer Pruse. 1 i-.."
Editor James Gordon Bennett
offered this- advice to newspaper
men. "Dont wait to he mvited in into
to into the Hall of Fame. Enter If by
breaking down the door with your
It would be the ultimate in male
chauvinism to suggest that repor repor-torial
torial repor-torial ability is confined to The Ov Overcoat
ercoat Overcoat Sex. The newsgals, bless
em. huva made countless contn
butions to journalism's proud 'ar
chives. Betty Graham covered lien.
Burma'a jungle as one of .-1 h
uuh,u m HUUM mmvukw.
m.rchers.Marguerite Higgm.' up f a her ear and tossed her apparel' enemies' toid; tte
front reporting (in Korea) mMji'trM PMlAn.C noS h dS eriSel
her a national heroine..Jrene Kuha
soared with a stunt pilot in the
days when planea were as sturdy
aa kites so she could convey the
tingles to readers...Int'l News staf-
by the Brass for getting too close
to the front-line shooting. The on-j
ly femme to get away with disre-
garding The Articles or war. They
m speuue uuuiiuk nvwcu
from such sectors... Another ad-
venturous girl was Helen Nolan,
who, was assigned to cover a pro-
Commissioner Joseph Swing has
wonderful confederate in the Gen
eral Accountins Office which,
thnusrh sunDosed tn work for Con-
sress id rootine out financial fin
agung, oas oeen iieipiny owuik
,i '" 1 1 t t
conceal the true story of nis guzi'
ling at the public tfough.
Durina 1954-58. Swina flew to
Mexico on five separate week ends
in his government supplied
He arranged to be met by a U.S.
government -owned bouse trailer.
ordered a mobile generator to sup
ply nil camp wiw eiecinciiy, auu
aitogetner spent l days m Mexi
co, nunung much of the ume at
the ranch of a wealthy Mexican
named Don Simon Garcia. All
this was confirmed by sworm tes
timony All of it, furthermore,
was at taxpayers expense,
,Th banaral Aceeumjng Once
was askad last year by Rap. Rob Robert
ert Robert Mollohan (D., W.Va.)' te
"conduct an extensive survey, of
the ; expenditures ef the Immi
gration and Naturalization Sarvp
ice." However, the GAO has new
thumbed its nose at Congress by
returning a report raising mere
question than it answers.
The Accounting Office report ac
knowledges that it produced evid
ence of questionable expenditures
on ofice furnishings, equipment,
contractual, services, and the- use
of trailers, generators, airplanes,
and boats. But the GAO reported
to Consresa solelv on Swinff'a re
imburseiient for his Mexican trips
and the travel of border patrolmen
to attend pistol matches at gov
eminent expense. It ignored the
shocking facts about Swing's bunt
ing trip and -merely reported that
it naa collected some money from
WEST POINT CLASSMATES
General Swing, of course, is a
West Point classmate of General
Eisenhower. So it will be interest interesting
ing interesting tolsee whether Ren. John Blat-
nilr n Minn V i M.I
mittee that investisated Swinr. ae-
-ont .v. riAn A.,
cepts the GAO report or whether
Blatnik sends, it back with orders
for a more through job.-
Chief revelation ofthe GAO re report
port report is the fact that, following the
Mollohan investigation last year,
Swing submitted new travel vouch
ers in which he admitted having
charged the government $73.85 too
mucn in reimbursement for his
Mexican trips. This, is interesting
tor tnree reasons: ; -1
-i 1 Swing,
ng, in his original vouch vouch-ealed
ealed vouch-ealed his visits to Mexi-
ee, ating be had traveled only
ate is $12, Actually Swing went to
exico, where the daUy rate is on
2 Swing orisinallv reatiested
'ull per diem, coverinv hot Inrfs.
ing and meals, though actually he
used government lodgings in Me Mexico
xico Mexico in the form of an Immigra-
uu service oouse. trailer.
8- Swing told Mollohan that his
hunting trips were ."official busi
ness' w; aimed at cementing "rela
tions witn the Mexicans. He also
insisted that his party had paid
icy- December morning ... Helen
swam with him.
-Then there's attractive Aline
osby,' who covers Hollvwood for
United Press.,, She was the only
female reporter- at a nudist con convention
vention convention at a California sun-bather's
resort. Te- set her atorv e Alindi
wmormed to the mles. She park-
sun-glasses... Opposition press pho-eiHnf. ecuu7
toggert took her picture I for Sou- council.. : A delegation oTpromi-venirs--
but Art Ryan of a Los Dent wuthernera wants David
Angeles paper was The Perfectl Bru!e former Ambassador to
ienueman."He." Miss Mosby lat-
cr repvrrea. "naa tne eood ortr
not to say: 'Long time no seel'
' -, -"'-v ....
UNITED. FRUIT GOMPAN
Grett : White Fleet
New Orleans Service
Also Handling Eefrigerated and Chilled Cargo
New York Service
Weekly siiHfits o! twelve
iutb.( new incut aa.Anxucat 3ui I ituikirwa
... . ... .- ... 4; ',.-. t ? ;
mCLU StOUNO TRIP f ASStiNUEB FAJUS rXOM '
"''-, CRISTOBAL ANDOX BALBOA 10
f 1 "Sfc ""
To Mev Terk and atetvra r . UUM
Te Lee Aarele aad San rranelaeo an I
Stotmroinf tram Lea An reins STJI.H
. To Seottto aei Ratwra Uti-S
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2J54
for food and drinks out of their own
a' pockets. ; :
. Swing not only falsified ov ov-ernment
ernment ov-ernment veucheis in order to
conceal the "tiiclal" trips' into i
Mexico; be else cellecteu gov
ernment reimbursement for the
food, and drinks which he claim claim-ed
ed claim-ed were "our personal business.""
Last year the Immigration Serv Service
ice Service investigated a Florida employe
who had claimed reimbursement
for a local taxi fare though be had
actually useu is personal auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. The Florida employe was
tireu. auc ucuetks owui, vub iai-
sifted a government voucher to the
tune oi 73.85, is still boss of io-
migrauon. ,,, ..; ,.(
Note The Florida employe employe-of
of employe-of the Immigration Service, of
course, was not a classmate of Ei Eisenhower's.
senhower's. Eisenhower's. -..' ,
STATE BANKING COOPERATION
- President Eisenhower has an im
media. opportunity to put action
to woras regarding nis Governors'
tConference proposal for more co-
noeraunn nwtwen ftHlpril. i nil
State bankinar official rltrht now
suggest that a representauve oi
state banks- be appointed to the
vacancy nn the' ederal Deposit
Insurance Corporation. Some of
them are urging Logan Ritchie,- su superintendent
perintendent superintendent oi banics in Virgiuia,
ine state wnere Eisenhower-made
his cooperation speech.
State bank tiliicials noint out
that tue int. wiuoi Munnlues
uevSuUfi'S ii oii ueiauii., iS wiui
twu tpes ut bamu uuou4i tuix
SlMLC. .ilLllex'LU. ilMiiilul n a n
nave betii caieJy ,xepi eeuveu ua r
uie rviu iiow Mitt U4iitii suk-
get tost tne auouiMUiieju ui- aiv
ci)ie, jt tte oiwu uucmi, wuutd
priuaTmore siaie-iitwiudi ;uuuia-
won. !.... v
NOTE The vacancy' under tha
law tUukV gO 0 A XHlulOCKl. iut-
cme uaciceu oy seuaiwa-jyrd'
aau ikoueruou oc viriuna iem-'
Assistant President Sherman A
duuxa auiiuSi, idu luuk au auiuuou
at toe university oi Main acouuui-
fed to give tne vommeuceuient auV
dres, some ot urn lacuiiy mein mein-oeis
oeis mein-oeis secreuy pioiusu to ait mm
with a broausiue of emoarrassuig
quesliuns. xocai itepuoiicaus gut
wma ot their plot," Warnea Adams,
ana, he auckeu out on'gtne iscuny
meetings. '. Caiuornia s ruis
lAnowiaud hs tiutiy iuTjieu'dowd
-a.suggesuon that he resign as oeu oeu-ate
ate oeu-ate ivepuDUcad leader, benator
Bridges Of Aew Hampshire hinted
to iuiowland that he mleht nr--
fer to turn nig leadership over to
someone else since he is quitling
the Senate next year. Brusquely
Anowlaau replied that he inienus
to remain GOP leader: until the
day. he leaves the Senate ..Presi ..Presidential
dential ..Presidential aides are worried that tha
labor; scanoals' may; backfire a-
gainst the Repubbcans, not the
MMmocrats. Both big labor lead
era, who have taken the fifth a'
mendment Dave Beck and Maur
ice Hutcheson. head of the car
(ientera r Rniihfliah
rinfc SlMnhiiur' invitH : D.i.b I. a:
the White House; also attended
ceremonies honoring Hutcheson
last fall. One interesting inside fact
about the labor investigation ia
that Walter Reuther's enemies in .'
side the labor movement ara be
ing bumped off one by one by!
taung the fifth amendment Reu Reu-ther,
ther, Reu-ther, once head of the CIO. has
rance, now muintuot to uw
many, iv ru uw .wuuku
third party. 5. r
",ti i -V---f- lit': 4..-. I
.....;.. ...Jnly 29
pauenzef ships to New ;
SATURDAY, JTJLY 1957
THI, PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAItT NEWSPAPER
,,k Main iavv A:iNNmiMrw m
Southern Ppliticos V -Want People
To Vote On Civil Rights Measure
CLAYTON; J MURPHY: (second from left) received his. prohiotion to i lun'colpnel-ln' the Re
erves front Brisr. Gen. Milton L. OKden (left), deputy .cammandlnjr eeneraL US Army Carlo
tean,u ceremonies rield recently in the latter's offices ai Ft. Amador. Looking on- (right to left)
r arfc Mai. David L. Cantor chief of; the training branch. G-3.L,t.' Col. W. P-Knowles.' executive
officer, G-l, and Col.'- Edmund iR. MacVittie, commanding officer of the Reserve"' unit.us
Army Photo). ; .' 1 ? f
Judge Crove To Be
Guest Speaker Of
Calvary Baotisf s
''The Sunday School, and Train-,
tag "Union departments ot me
vary Baptist Church" will -dbserve
YcUth'Week beginning Monday
through Sunday July 14.fA forum
and program win cum,
dav activities at 3 p.m. 1
i fk. UnnnvatilR (inthrie Crow
i t-j.- tvio nistrict Court.: An-i
con, w mviwu w uc --......
...... --...... .c th. specialist tn .tne
rTT.. i" -. th wraith discuss
-the topicf "Should Parents b
punished for me w"3
Children?- The fW' S?,c
will be defended by Marcejla Wtf Wtf-BwiVHenJy
BwiVHenJy Wtf-BwiVHenJy Campbell. Cleveland
Coooer, Ji.,ana w..
- The negative siaew...
fended by Joe Chamber Elena
; 'f : nv, r'-- I
1 r. 1 o-' "i
WSK .The Cherub, and
,. ... .'r H.III HID
. ; VAiintf Feooie f .vnwira;- ""?
il. the mornuig, m'jwi..
nient services on wy-
Yovnq llepro Soldier
On Trial In Alabama
For Fatal Stabbing
it TfTKF.ft. AU .' Julv 6 CUP)
A pn.rr court-martial board is
expected to render Its verdict soon
after nearmg cwijt usuuiu
in the:first degree murder trial
of 'a young Negro sojtuei; ior
ly ? stabbing a white master ser-
'fhl' rl nf inecialist Earl
a.n Mh'bHjt Stpwart is charged
with" premeditated murder' in the
death of M. Set. Henry J. Brown,
v28, Cogswell, N.D.
$tewarr lomnm w
Uath 'wrth a witeh-
ki.rf. bnSfa tiurina fight in
4 narking lot nar a non-camml.
AUbama -'post; kt clIm4
was lf dfn.
Tti ht ffrw out of a contro-
.r whirh bean Inside the club
when Stewrfrt'a mgcp.eompanion,
tt vr Himr: SDrinxueld. 111.
:as$ed two white women to dance.
. According to Hamer. wie women
refused and h left the club a few
TnfmitM later with Stewart and
Stewart's 16-year-old wife. ;
Hamer said a" group of "armed"
white -presons accosted them out outside
side outside the club and the husband of
one of,tbf women yelled, "You
. two niggers stop. I want to tali
;:to you'." -V--.' ;
,The testimony-given oy garner
frequently v conflicted with that
ivn hv nrevious witnesses. He
lid the members of the white i
group were, "armed' with an au
. tomobile jacK ana oouies. tit una
tne- court ne saw Brown stive
Stewart with the jack.
' Other witnesses mentioned no
weapons except the switchblade
knife with which Brown was stab-
beH tix, times-j
-"I nearu someone in tne group
mention a shotyun and' I tried to
pull away from Brown, we young
Negro said. "He refused t let me
go so I puliM out my tna ana
subbed him." v
NATHAVIFI. NFI.SnK Ywnttr) nt tVi am afln
Deacon Oscar Denniston wiU ne ing Maintenance Section,- received his retirement certificate
m iwaj. wiierioeiier, cnier oi post Engineer Division Ar Army
my Army Atlantic. Nelson has completed over 39 years of employment
for the U.S. Government ".In the Canal zone. Jesse- A. Frlese
Youths nave oeen ru"1'"'" t; t ,pwuon, was on nana to congratulate Mr. Nelson. (U.8. Army
serve as president, -presidents, (if , v, .. Ptl0to)
.irhri directors, oi ""i i --
" nf various nepartments
Of hureh;duting W
. naatnr Will M tQe
main .speakers on Tneaday,. tte
; Women: Missionary
Brotherhood will, Pct repective-;j
i. wiiti!i(iav-, Misses iMent
' Marrplla WilUamS
will lort the activities: on Thurs
day, Mr. js. uiarse wm ue uci,j
. speaker.? ... k. ..
ATLANTA. July 8 (UP) The
majority of the South's political
leaders would like a national re
ferendum on the administration's: pi
civil rights bill, but few believe d
gia i said "the' members of Con
gress who muse to accept his Rus
seu s enauenge to supmit tne pro
osed leeislation to the people, will
emonstrate unprecedented politic-
the bill will ever go before the al dishonesty and rue the day of
their cowardice.. .'
Dixie's top politicians agreed
nearly 100 per cent with Sen. Rich Richard
ard Richard Russell's proposal that the civ civil
il civil rights bill now pending in Con
gress be left up to the people,
Arty. Gen. Eugene Cook of Geor-
OTTAWA. III. Louis Glrard.
brother of the soldier belne held
on charges of causing the death
of a. Japanese woman, in replv
to Rep. Omar Burleson (D-Tex.) .-d inHWT.l lihpr
who claimed a fitness said thel tSi"!e,&n,i"d .I.?,d!vldual llber-
i Govi. J. P. Coleman of Mississip
pi also joined in the call for an at
ional- referendum, but he said
"supporters of t his legislation
would never be willing to submit
It to the people because they know
what the answer would be.
Sen. Sam J. Ervin Jr. (D-N.C.)
Said. that he is generally against
referendums, but added that he
favor's Russell's proposal. He said
a vote on the issue would give the
people a chance "to find out just
what is masquerading under the
name of civil rights."
. S.R. Crawford, head of the pro
segregation Defenders of State
r 54, I: f:- -h"'f ?pf
lrwinrn aniHflninwsnnsmwann n n r mamwtwynwwYiY ff-Wf; nr r tl'-aalFnrflil rlMayt' TTT fl 1 1 raatn'rhnV i Tiflft ri i B 1 Tin rfffllTrd-"!" fil i'i T f Ti 1 1 Tim ti il il r iTTm T ifi il "iii f H f n r TiYrri-'i-i 'if 'ifr il
RICE REAPER Inventor Z. Durand. of WinAioea-. Canada. riemnntratt hi.- itnatin k-
vester on a shallow lake near Manitoba. The harvesting rion.
trougS across the boat; gently vibrating rods shake rioe keraeli from ih. niant wiii ri
staple food of North American Indians and the early pioneers, is today being grown on n
GI coaxed the woman nearer
and then shot her in the back; :
"It looks to me as though a lot
or people in the government are
trying to get off the hook.
whatever .happened on that fir
lng range should be brought oufct
in a court oi law
MEMPHIS, Tenn. to- Singer El
fvls Presley on the auto death of
Juay Tyier, co-star witn mm in
bis latest movie
Nothing has hurt me as bad
HOUSTON, iTex. Bus driver
Johnny L. weidner, who was ar arrested
rested arrested on bigamy charges for
having three -wives:
"i m in a mess."
DETROIT Walter Mutter to
his wife on waking un to find a
swarm of bees on his fireplace
"We've got bees, honey."
LONDON Hoilywoofl pro-
ducer Mike Todd on his mar marriage
riage marriage to actress Liz Taylor:
I right wren Liz every nour.
I've never been so happy In my
MOSCOW Anastas Mlkoyan,
a tdp member of the new ruling
eroun of the Soviet Communist
Party, commenting on, the dis
missal of Moiotov, MaienKov ana
I would be oerfectlv willine to
stake -the tuture on tnat, tne reie reie-rendum.
rendum. reie-rendum. because t believe the A A-merican
merican A-merican people would vote con conservatively
servatively conservatively on it."
North '-. Carolina Sen. W.' Kerr
ScOtt, said he didn't see any
"harm" in the referendum, but
added that he would f wait and see
when' it comes up" whether he
will vote for the proposal.
Gov. Thomas B.- Stanley of Vir
ginia said he "would prefer to seej
the present proposal defeated
Stomach acid ara dtngaroua. because
rxcn acidity irritates in fleiicau fleiicau-membrane
membrane fleiicau-membrane of th atomaeh 'and this
frequently results In gastritis -i fre frequently
quently frequently accompanied by stomach ulcers
of a dangerous .nature. Food sours,
fnrmlna dan serous cases which di
lates the stomach and Interfere with the
normal funcUonlng of vital internal
The won thing to do Is to disregard
this serious condition or to try to cor
rect it with th aid of ordinary anti anti-acids
acids anti-acids which rHy do not do the Job
of neutralizing stomach adds. Instead,
get a package of Neutraeld and after
every meal dissolve a teaspoonful in a
halt glass of water. This will regulate
your stomach, neutralize excess acidity
and prevent Its formation without caus causing
ing causing any Inconvenience. Neutraeld Is
harmless to th stomach, cost vary lit lit-tl.
tl. lit-tl. and Is sold at all drugstore. Thou-,
ands of persons have used It and can
"Things are going to be the '7 their m.i without discom
same as before, only better.",
?k s V matt. aaai
Vlien our notion
proclaimed her independence, Freedom to Worship
was o basic principle. N
yri r r.i p s s i.t at
JCEEP THAT IIBE1TT SUPKEHE
i DO MOT NEGLECT 60Byl HOUSE. J
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9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL ,s
Sibl Hacking from the'vnrd of God that will reflect in your
, home and penonal life.-Vital teaching for vital living.
10:40 "WHY IS FREEDOM SO ELUSIVE?"
We hv'heard nuch "bo"' the Four Freedom; but there i$
a Fifth Freedom without which the four cannot exist.
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
In $ix departmentt every, member of the family U inspired
in Christian living and Church loyalty.
7:30 "WASTED OPPORTUNITIES"
As irklife so in the spiritual realm, opportunities come only
r. ? certain times don't waste them.
FELLOWSHIP SUNDAY LORD'S SUPPER
NURSERY PROVIDED -' RADIO OUTLET H0X0
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
r3fi Rum )
1 1 1 1 I "i4 -1 Mjs ft.
For h wory Ht offen rest ...
For fr torrowinfl Ht offtrt comfort .
For th troubloeJ Ho offers peace '.;
9 :30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (class for every age)
-Begin the Lord's Day right by coming with the family to
study the Bible. Ivory parent should bring their
children not just send them. Start Sundayl"
1 1 :00"JUDQE NOT LEST YOU BE JUDGED"
f Romans 14 sets th standard for the Christian. Read it."
6 :00 YOUTH AND ADULT FaLOWSHIPS
"Th place for Christian training in Christian living."
,. i .i .
7:00-"THE RAPTURE AND THE REVELATION"
When is the Rapturet Will the unbelieving know itT What ;
happens after the Church is taken out? Does the Bible
teach. Christ's Second Comingl What is its meaning?"
EVERYONE WELCOME NURSERY PROVIDED
Cocktail Evening Afternoon
' Sport Maternity
Soon' May Own.,J -Milk
BOXBUSY. Cona.. Jolr 't ftT)
Xirilya Monroe and her' bos bos-band,
band, bos-band, DUywright Artbnr Miller.
have taken aa option oa a dairy;
farm, it was disclosed today.
erf th 100-eere dairy farm. said
the Millars -plaa to boy the pro property
perty property if they are able te find a
We are pleased to inform our clients arid the public in general that
"THE NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE GO.
: 6f PITTSBURGH, PA., U.S.A'
has established its Branch Office in the: Republic of Panama, as of
July 2,;1957i: in compliance with Decree Law( No. 17 of August 22, 1956.
The Branch Office will dedicau itself exclusively to the FIRE INSURANCE business.
V To 'date, we are the first and only foreign Fire Insurance Company that has established
a Branch Office in this Republic.
At your, service.
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Corner of 32nd Street
and Avrnida Balboa i-
.' t. :
BIAX R. STOIPEL,
1 l Manager.
Telephone : 3-0137
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MANY ISTHMIANS HEAD FOR VACATION SPOTS
AS HOLIDAY SPIRIT HOLDS SWAY .
Ever ince Wednesday night, the exodus from the. Canal Zone
ha been underway. Many took advantage of the Fourth of July
holiday to start a Ion weekend. Others left early today to join
their friends In the Interior.
Diablo Camera Club members set off an exciting- trip to Gua Guatemala
temala Guatemala Wednesday night, and most of the larger motor boats art
out on fishing- expeditions. Taboga, El Valle and Sartta Clara al also
so also claimed their share of vacationers anxioui to et away from
Midnight to 4:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday
Join our informal CLUB 4:30 for the lata crowd
in the air-conditioned comfort of our-Balboa Bar
f MUSIC BY THE
L CAROL GREAVES TRIO jESSy
Nightcap on-the-house at 4:30 a.m. ""jS
, CAROL also plays the pjano In the Balboa Jlaf I
10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Sun., Tues., Wed. & Thurs. fc- t ..
' v f ; J
V ,! '-
fj -i ' t i tV I UJl'4 IV
' ' 4
smells so $ood ?
:' Ai it testes
jar. ."sa s;
100 PURE INSTANT COFFEE
ti tvr Pt
Llwm 1:00 mJ JO mtf
The Ambassador of France and
Mrs. Lionel Vasse gave a dinner
party Thursday night at the Em Embassy
bassy Embassy residence, in honor of the
Secretary General of French Guia Guiana
na Guiana Olivier Phillip and his wile
who are visiting here. ,
Ambassador Te Britain
Returns fer Visit t
Dr. Roberto Arias, Panamanian
Ambassador to Britain, and his
wife arrived from London this
week for a brief visit.
Mrs. Arias is the former Miss
Mareot Fontevn. Drima ballerina
lof the Sadler" Wells -Ballet.
Marriage In Arizona K'
Miss Joyce McCaughey daugh
ter of Mr. 0. L. McCaughey of
Rousseau and Robert Roche Jr.
were united in marriage in Yu
ma, Arizona June 28. Mr. Roche
is the' son of Mr. Robert Roche
Sr. of Ancon and Mrs. Helen Kel-
ley of Ancon.
The young couple reside at 1339
O JiL Till. T 1
a9i -ui riace in me auuve cny
Mr. And Mrs. Forbes
Will Hold Open House
Fr' Daughter Jean
Mrs. Joan Forbes Astrin and
her daughter Jode Rae of Wichi
ta, Kansas are .visiting J o a n's
., Ifch aotrce for Inclutian In thM
column should be submittal
; tyae-writteii lorm and mailed aa
, he baa number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," er delivered
by fcsnd te the office. Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted by.
ociety Moots Monday
The regular montniy meeting of
the Isthmian iNumisiuatic bociety
will be held in the Margarita Club Clubhouse
house Clubhouse Monday. The meeting will
open at 7 p.m. All persons inter interested
ested interested in coins are cordially mvit mvit-ea.
ea. mvit-ea. Any addiuonai lnioimauon
may De haa by calling Captain
Kewey (3-lt81) or Mrs.' H a u k e
parents Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
jf'oroes of, 582 A San Juan Place,
Ancon, tor the summer.
Joan will return to Denver, Co Colo,
lo, Colo, in September to complete her
senior year of nurse's training at
the University of Colorado.
S-Sgt. S. (i. Astrin is with the
McConnell Air Force in Wichita,
Kansas; He is awaiting reasicn reasicn-ment.
ment. reasicn-ment. Mt. and Mrs. Forbes are hold
ing upen House" Saturday Julv
13 from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m. Joan
friends are cordially invited to
call at that time.
The June meeting of the New Newcomers'
comers' Newcomers' Club ;was held at the
home of Mrs. Bruno Eisen in
New Cristobal on June 27. Mr.
Kenneth Vinton, author of "Th
Jungle Whispers," gave a talk on
me Development of the Panamas
area since he first came here and
also- described the various animals
and plant life of the Isthmus and
their, characteristics. Refresh Refresh-ments
ments Refresh-ments were Served by the hostes hostes-es,
es, hostes-es, Mrs. Eisen and Mrs. A.
The foilowinc euests were intro
duced: Mesdames Sydney Chich Chichester,
ester, Chichester, Kenneth Shelley. Roger
Dougherty, Mane Dollarschell, A-
iice Chaphe, and Misses B e 1 1 v
Cupitt, and Ethel Nordstrom and
Dr. and Mrs. George Klump. The
next meeting will be July 25 when
Mr. Motta will be the guest speak
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 9)
' .'" 4f v
with ISf ;
Use it on rice! Sec how delicious it is
with ea food, aphagetli, meat, eggs,
Add 3Iaggi Ketchup to all your meals"
and everybody will be delighted.
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f 'lit lit. liftfci, M' lit 3
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TlGERS' CLUB FASHION SHOW A Fashion show was the
cers' CWb in Colon last Saturday. Models are left to right,
Cecilia Cruz. Louise Johnson, Jo Ann Harte, Maritza Hawkins,
Linda, deyer.;v--- ' h-
Library Of Congress Would Place
Big-League Ball Under Trust Laws
'fa'AfiwrnfiTON. July 6 (UP) --
The Library of congress reeyur
mended yesterday that organized
basebaU be placed binder the anti-j
mot j .and barred from, sen-.
ing or drafting-players without
Spencwr M. Beresford, of the
library's American law division,
also proposed ban on bonuses for
new players. He further suggested
that the major leagues set a max
imii-m at. moil minimum saia-
rv for players. The present min
imum is $6,060 a year.
Bertsfard prepawd hie Pr.
at the request of Sen. Gordon Al Al-lotta
lotta Al-lotta jJUColo). Tha Library fre frequently
quently frequently Brtpares reports for
members of Congress, who use
them to bolst-ir their stand on.
legislation and other 'lsis.
A House Anti-Monopoly subcom
mittee, headed by wep. amanue!
Celler tJ)-is.Yj, is w"1
resume nearings juiy .;
rious proposals lor Dnnging oa.c oa.c-ball
ball oa.c-ball under the anti-trust laws, or
exempting it from tne siaiua...
Allot said he has not yet reach
ed a decision on the DaseDau
problem but that he felt the sport
neither be completely
cmpt nor completely covered
the anti-trust laws,,
..Beresford said he concluded af
ter his study that legislation was
needed to make the anti-trust laws
apply to baseball as well as to
professional football, basketball
and htickey. The Supreme Court
has exempted baseball but not the
Despite his sweeping recom
mendations, Beresford suggested
four auti-trust exemptions for all
sports : ;
Playing rules and regulations.
Organization of the various
league so long as geographic
distribution of the teams is"rea-
sonablv resDonsive to demand"
nd it is not too difficult for new
teams to be admitted to the
Franchise agreements so long
as they are "reasonable."
Agreements to restrict player
employment provided they also
Learn Ballroom Dancing
July Thru. Sept. ONLY.
4 Private Lessons $9.
HARNETT & DUNN
Balboa 2423d .
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Monday s edition of this
newspaper for news about
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WHITI -LADY ;.
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highlight of the Tigers' Club Ball which was held at the Stran- (
Misses Pat Morrison, "Eina. Qulntero, Amparo Quintero, Edna
Veyra Leticia Remon, Dianne Geddes, Kathleen Brede, anl
, i : ''.'. ." "-,
I 4n i u 5;
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT ROCHE JR. whose marriage took
place June 28 in Yuma, Arizona). Mrs. Roche is the former Miss
Joyce McCaughey. Both bride ana froont are, from the'Canal
Zone. Mrs. Roche is the former Misa Joyce McCaughey of v
'. Rousseau and M. Roche la formerly of Ancon.
m (,?. aa
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KS Cm tnmtt
VS CWf SfM, j
0 lBett alrfC9
a arap. comraue
I VllVtf Jlllf ,alkilMJ
Tht first Sunday of each, month
at the First Baptist Church marks
the .Sunday f Fellowship gi f 1 1
for needy families. Each first Sun Sunday
day Sunday of the month the Sundat
School and Baptist Training U-.
nion bring in staple food products
to be given to needy families. O
ver 100 families are helped each
month. All members are remind
ed to bring in their food parcels.
The Sunday School program be;
gins at 9:30 a.m. with eight de departments
partments departments and 30 teachers provid providing
ing providing the Bible teaching for y each
age group. At the morning serv'
ice at 10:40 Pastor Beeby will ba
speaking on the subject T'Why is
Freedom So Ehisive?" in keeping
with the theme of liberty of the
spirit as well as liberty of the
nation. At the close of the serv service
ice service there will be extended the.
right hind of fellowship to new.
The Lord's Supper will be ( ob observed
served observed at -the evening service'
which follows1 Baptist Training U U-nion
nion U-nion and New Members FeDow FeDow-ship,
ship, FeDow-ship, both of which meet at 6:30.
The message of the pastor ior
.1.. n .... .' Ml 1. -.
im (nju .evening service wui ue;
"Lost Opportumties." The pubhe
is 1 invited to the .services of the
church. Nurseries are provided for
infants and Children's Church for
i ... -
Kew Degn modem is corerei
with aa exclusive new fabnt,
- softer tfaaa gauxa. It gjvas yo
snore abebrbeacy-anora comort
nort protection. .'.
Only New Dedfa MODESS of-
fers such wooderful lunar, euck
extra aecurity. Be sure Xo um
aeoosss, the aaaWiary pratectra -that
preveata womea. Twelv
apfcios aa eaca boa.
Anoffier high-quality product of
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MoOday 10 Montal
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10 Jumor-Hla PtUMnMai
IM Saniar-cliaB TalMWiSip
-. wtnrar ar. AMcrtaa, anat
Off.: -;t Kat. a-U0
Sunday Barrieaa: -t,
Ojto IA Sunday SerrtMi.
aa. atnmiaa tcanniak
Ortidal anettinaa anal arokav aU
XU PHrf-MOUral CMtBCk
a-at, Vtwr,. rrmrm and la
rj'T irrp(Hft tt rva)
Tto MM! aMMbo antA .
' OatoA. B.
'Ma. 0. aM. MiatMar
1a aAL-Marotoa Banto tM BatJ
IM Mmm MM k
ttiv.f Nmk4 m4 .Cm. JtwwbHa PMM. Mt4 WtttMtf
' t il MiM M mm m4 wmum tlw MM1 mnttm, m4 H
' ft4fcar, IriaMl a4 afraaMn.
At Ur aarvMa, Hi T NHM AiMma llaH kt, ky
4aniMiajaliM. MlieM kui atbla) 4 Mllat UthHttm.
- UkH ra4a4 frani Im tiKfc OAMMriMtitM kaviaf
awry ana twa aaatiatiaiM ara luM a)4a "Otk ChardM A4
- Sarvlcaa A aial JiHiat ai McliiaW lanlm t Anrf paaM,
' AJr 'rc kaa, aa Nml alaHaaa.
' Mi'tMlin. thuici Metatarlat mmd tMpiaM aafcarf Marat
tha aawt rfatk m wriHaf WadaWaf aaaa ajt ifct lataal at aay
" chanflaa far Ilia camiaa Saturday's cfcurcfc Data.
RalnliBW City. Cf
1U, Samuai WalcUm Minltlat,
Ltiwuy all IM -at 1:30 dm
aat Urtlttflo To wanaiav-
fltmi Cburcb at Chrul S6iailv Aneof
WO Aflaan Bemavara.
nm caarta rf thrui, betaBMl, CHttoatt
Uth fttraaf Muvav auanwa
- Ate ..
tunaay tlM a.a. Waanaadar j
iiiiiday Mniaat 10)0,
Hoi Diy Uufi-ii. iMdUia a
TrMlZafitai Baturdty. :30 t IM
1-aA in arno naL Thurtday. batart
wcThr -.. iM tM,:0t aw
an Sunday. . M
, airm iiaBt.Aaaa
i...... ulyMi a-U. :30 t M aM.
l:f to !0 Pnv Ttturldajr batora fWt
tcr4 Hairt Davotlont I M IM.
"w!n1 flaai illlOiaJ PJH. alt
r)tlS LADX OP f ATlMA-CaraMa
tuiHriav Ilia at aioa aJn.
Holy Day Maat at 1:89 p.m.
Catalodii 1:00 to fr
Callaealait Cuuai panirOay I J to
Sundaj Mwa at T:0$ and liil .i
H6iy buy Maat at :W p a.
CaniWoAt.' Mrwday 0)00 to O0 an
e'MlruiUB MaaaJ MoraMi. ItOO pJB.
Convart' Ihrtrtetlanh ThurtUy 10
a.H. umwi aia and tiH a.ati
0 ana a ao,.a jn.iy, f
MIoMI iatotdty to 0.00 and
rim P-m fharaaay Mora alrtt
UOBTtn vl asavp-Mi
dV.a-id1.w Uaatl '! atfW
Sfiay itatoi ( M tan.
oi Mtiwaay-aaa. irj.r .
Oataaninai waati aw w f"."
Mnay. ... ...1...-
Corucauonai I :vu 10 a uiv numv
IT. J0BM BAPTllT LA AlXI
tunitty Maatct: JO and :S0 ajn.
nv Mat4 fO Mn. ThlM,
u a., tpiwt avu a.! a:oa a.m.
"iw K"aUri Tii. to 00
tonfraalon,: IrSO to 4M aed tWO W
Mlraculoua MadaJ MoraMi frtday f0
undav MaMt f d
t TflO pJtt
nurtdts afa 'Wt'J.SfiV'
Cttaahlam Oaat: : P-nKJ" 8,"iai
gin-ad Haart Kaanaf Ts an
CaMart Oaavt OiM P. aa tkuraday
Sunday IbhMOi tiali OiOtaMOaOaJA
Htly bay Maaaaai Sitt and 1:00 am
at! K iC l PM.
CoMeeHona! laturday 4M to IM BM
70 to W p.hii
Miraauloua Madal Mafaaal
!aI RMrtP1nal ffldaf fill BJB.
junday lntn Sanrteaa 1)00 pjn.
canvarl ClaaM lill patv aa Uaadagrl
M.Um Aaati BttndaT 10 ll uMi to
UM AM. 0:00 pjn. to 4',';-J
r( avid. tnmition Moat BlcaSI
ad Sacramani feU day MpoalUoh 0 IM
aJn. Saturday raornlni.
Tint Saturday uarouona xa our ui;
rf ritima-Ttui Holy notary-) : am
Pint Communion Inrtruetiona lor chM-
dtdl Maodaya ana Tlmradaya aav
KOLACVUBVI tmmijm cmional
Sunday MaaMti TM, OMand lOMaia.
HolTDay ItoMMi 0M. M I and
lili pm. v
Confaariona: Saturaay M W IM tM
TM to IM P-aa Altar Boaary aaea rra-
Ihwalauai Madal ROMABI tM BM
TM pjn. on Monday.
CatMlMB Claatt Aftat IM
Pint Prtdat PaptarHaB al 4aP duVUf
IB Benool aar.
Pint satordayt aaaai at an aav
BOLT PA KILT CrTlntCrt Mi
Sunday Masses: tsoi aH. 11 JO a
PlrM Saturday asaJai aioa ja
Weekday Vaaaaai ......... lM Ja
Baasidey ,. IM ta lot SMa
Miraeulou Medal "evana 7M pjn
Hn)v riav lis aa i IM ajn. 1:11 am.
Confeanon ... 341 ABA ta M PAL
vry Mortaay. .
Discussion Inquiry Croup t M pjn.
tat. Frtda Drvnflona ... IM Bam
1st. Saturday Da-rtHioasl 1t pja
OAs. tav BM
HafP fiat .Ilia ii i IM naa. anB Ban
I -a p M, PatOHtay,
Ci'fm Cia: TOM m m prrrwrt
Canvarl ciaai try Monday at tM
Mifatama Badat Bavarai IM nja
rwarti are crvctPiion
Bun day Maaat 04 aaa.
41 CMW IHi fM Nwhwl
rlniy 6a Maat! (t M.
Confaaalonti J0 ta TM pBu M tmU
urpay. i -. i. ........
f'hlnt Claw O-Ort a.M an Monday
f teiaajiaaa L.' -.f.-'v
lundty Mtttaai TM and IiH Im,
; Holy Day Maataai IM an. and t:M
CorltaaalOM laturdi al f M auat. and
uni in vraiuna aavonont.
BaOtiarnl Or annoinfmanL ..
Miraeulou Madal Kovanal IM PA
saorad Hairt Havanai IM p. an
ffidap. .. ....
Sunwy Benoon IM p.m. aa ftindty.
dtOnroM pm en Thursday, s
Aclitiaua IrutrueUoa for aduita Cn,
auctan in apaniaart isao pm an Man
Cartvart tnttruetJ ana M a oaainttn ant
Tha .OX Bar. Rtaar Gaadan4-1B.T.P,
ta Vary Be. Mtlaan J, palanan,
- B.TJI4 Oaaa s
TUB CATUKDNAL OP M, ttflU
0 aitt fioiy Communion.
M am Santa Communion (4th Sun.
0:SO a.m. Chunk Mohnnl
0rf& a.m. Etcuaia Osmuileal.
UM a da. Manuril Pitya and Batman
Mmmunion (Pint Sua
i .tq a m,
tvaninl Prayar and larmon
IttOajn Holy Communion.
lOtt n Holy Communion, i
' Churca o( St Aadrcw
Iha Bay. WUIIan i W. Baldwin,
vmiu avtAivwo Hirtim,!,,
(Alia ftdly Cdtnrhunion and.
Sunday aath ntovithl
Morning Prayar A Sermon 11.00 t.m
iaiio noiy wontmunian ltt
nunoair aain tannntiit
CBapal 0( fhO Md iMphard
fba BTi, Clarahi
rnati an can
xna nar. aana
stMSAf a f
Apaanj Pnaatin Charg
Choral ArafaarM BA gap.
ji.. .'... VMijb,
plPl unf Churakman M pjn.
iyajntona OhdBffmori .., 10 pJB.
rminf Prayar and. Holy M f
hUif Prayar ....,.,.. fM pda.
man7 AUxilUr. tnd and
ana rniUAYS ;,
Maminfl Prayar and Holy
Holy Communion .....i.,. TMaAI-
Morning Priytr .......... 0:0ft a.m.
Evrhinf P fay ar ..,. T.-MPJ.
IAIVAUA1. ' i
OWc ad Complifl
i M Jn.
Ta JdhO Ipaar. Prfarta Caatf
Mtrning'Ptayad AM Crtttreh
Echaal ,....,.........,... 0M ant.
Choral fcicruirlai and Aar-
men ...................... 10M IA.
Holy Otpttn ............ UM naan
Evantona and Addraaa .... IM in.
MONDAYS v, I
Woman' AaxDItr TM ajh.
THURSDAYS ar PXAST BAYS
Htiy ytrnmumon in in.
Chtpal a tha Miy Contfartar
Van. U B. Bairlari Vttoal to Chart
IM aflb Holy vaatnTunlaB.
Ckarth t StMarfaral
Epa0 and Bnrzoa nhrd.
Tha Bar. Jeaaa K. Baaaw. Bactoi
T:M in, Poly Commurrlaa
ajn. Church School
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer
Last sunaay each Mamn, Maty cam
THURSDAYS 1d POLt bAYi
. J am. Holy CenufluTllon.
Chaael ad Oa Saviaan
IManat Maty OatmnaUn.
V'' i' PABA1SO
Th Be, AHanJR. WstrM,
. -Pxlaat to Char
TM Be. Davtfl A. Oil
1 :00 aJa, Chorafr Vutratrl! A Sera
p:v east, mram saxaam.
4 pa. CnwcA Sehool
(hid to Bu
j m. woman a Ai
tar Onfld MeaHlng.
WL Paad'a ChareOJ
tha Ve LamtMl B. aWtrVt
nt Itr-f pun BV ArwaaV
SUN D Art,
IM a j. no coram jtwra
p- am- Sung Buernat A SW'nat
Pitt at Morninp Pray and CMur
t -aa tLta
; l ajj now
in tat hoi carmuMB
f M Ujo. iWMw prwar
rhVnAJAYS KSSJ PKIBATS
a-a a. at. assay
CkBJST aTTTtCt it 1 1 tt ttk
(Orawaft Hoa Tfssnmajtrit
Tna Be. Jtaaea Peel Pswaa. Si
TM bw aaap aw
IM tan, Pr
g 40 ajas, Mamraa Prays.
I -00 IA. Choral Rjub-tt and
It M am. Oorcfc -o.
I M pan. Botemn Stan aag a
. WEDrttSOAtS .'
latnt") Can mum en.
tM pak Evening Prayer and i
arte and AddVaaa.
rate Mel? B9Mtb
' OM pan. Adult Confirmation Claaa,
tM pjn. Evening prayar and Madlta
f.OO a.HW Children' tuehtrljt,
lftM a.m. Junior Canflrmttlon Cltta,
IM pjn. Complin and Meditation.
' Charu af St. Mary, tha Vlrrto i
, Tha Bav. doha A. 0 paid lag,
Prlarl la Chart t .
f:l a m
Sung lucharlat ...........
jhrarM.unt and Barman ....
Holy ConuBUBIath ......,
V BIO ABAJO
Bt. flhrkiankar'a rihnrrh
ItHJl Btraat. Parana Lafavrd.
Tha Be. Clarence W, Hay at,
ptImI in Charee
Th A. Clarane A, CnfwtJL
0:00 ajn. Hoiy communion,
IM a.m. Sung Bueharitt and Btrmon.
UM Mt Momlng Prayer and Church
. School. . v
11 :M noon Holy BaptUrri.
O:S0 a.m. Bvantana and Sermon.
TM pjn. in ana ra, womtn t w
; nary. :t.-'
:M p.m. Junior oaugntara ai
f JO pjn. Youth
a-na am. hai communion.
1:00 pjn. Evening Prayar and Rail gl out
THURSDAVS. . ...
a:M p.av Cirar rnenaiy nocieiy,
1:00 n.m. lit and trd. Slngletona,
:w a.m. junior vonnnnauon uaaa.
CBUBCB OP TM ASABBNB
Minttttt: &e?KlnM 6. KtUon
BOB OS, Aneon. CZ. Balboa 201
Bundly School ...... 1)40 a.m
Mornilig WortOlp 10:30 a.m
Youth Service 0:45 p.m
Evening Service .......... 7:30 pm
NM. Servlea .......... 1-99 P.m.
Prayar Heating, Wed. .... iau pjn.
BAtlONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panam Rj? 13rd Street Eaat
Ra. B. N. Brawn. MiniJt
piN"rihlp ........... 0:30 a.m
Bundav Schaal t:00 p.m.
surmay atataaa i. uw
MMua. AJ Sunday ahooi
Mretlnaa Thurtdaya at 7:30 p.m. ahd
Sundaya al 4:00. pm, Win MamoriaL
got Balbud Road, BalaaA.
raimm op jesus CHRIST
OP LATTER-DAT SAINTS (Mormon)
Bunda tneetlnaa In tha U Chapel
an Balboa Road.
I lunday school ........ ioot a.nr.
iaerament Meeting ...... 0:00 pjn.
1 'rimary; Monday 1:30 p.m.
1 telle Satiety; Tiieaday... 0M ( ah.
dIA; Wednetday !M n.
Bitiiding POO, Schoolhoua Road Catun.
- canal xwna
Sunday School, Sunday ., OM ajn.
icmoM inoOtrnf aunday UiOO bja
Maewtaadrneattng Wad,,. i p.nv
fTimaryi ireoaeaaay M.v.iaia pan.
haliar saelatv. a aiMlMtnaad
T1PAM OatoB 04 W ClMdkal STpf.
WBW0B0I PROTESTA?rf VBtlBC'BJ
A WIITM HOaVTMOl CBBrOU"
Mil tea BL Laldln. MlnaMar
Bhono Km. 03-711 OU gl-flOl
Sunday grfiool ........... liotjB.
IA ela fr avdHr taal -V
Meming Warthlp ......... 11 M ,.
xoutn rauowtntp ......... a :oo p.m.
pjevenlng Wortmri 1-M pnv
Prave and Prah (Wad.l TM a.m.
a cnuren nuney a pravioaa xor your
OU CATHOUC CSUAChi I
oly.Euchariati Sunday at 7M am
Uaadaaa. aT.tn aaaa.a mmA Thuaadava
10 aja. :
saaramM o Dketkw IHaallmt Bar.
iee rirat axinaay at
At. Aa. f jamaAjuV & llahop
pMMtta MOotlan al .hum OM ajn
reilowsnrp Watatsta OA 11M aar.
Sunday School a ........ SM pja.
uioina Serriet af ......,. fM pa.
BAHAf S CBMTAB
. 04 rmt Street
Urbanisation P Carmen, Ptnamd City.
inrormai xana ana mtcinani
IMIan, Mh A PraaN g treat
faaelalra dastrttan Sattar)
...iituraaay, laa pjn
BrrvtA, MISMON CBVBCTI
lapaUba SU Paralae, C L
atev Walddla K Stewart PaafoT
Sunday: 11:00 a JO. Worship ServtotV
I a! da.
p.m. Sunday Seboaa,
1:11 pjtk Ceapel Service.
Jfl Turn PmritAft aai lar
Wednetdayt TM Mid-week CivrlaUafl
Thuradayi IM Choir Rehearsal.
frtda VI fda Waaaall'a Miaaionarr Saw
Tfrji CntJKcrl bp Cod
TS Eifhth Street CeMn"
Be. O. W. ruaallata Paator
Sunday Sena .......a....... OiM M
nkn caimcB op ood
Car. Jaaulca and Trial dad Stt,
AafaiBMr CHy, Canal ta
Mamma Wahaa ... lot am
r, ,rr' WM,.Ma.. MM ajn.
Might Saili,. I M pjn.
PKe CTftjBCii op Cod
Night Serrk) TM pjn
tafg CVOl OP COO Bto Ahato
snt Otear BdlOtH St. -A,
fit, i. Jaltaaaat. fwitar
gwnaay Brhee ...... OM OJax
CSrtmCTj OP GOB) (PMeraui
.aw, a c. waaet
Phona -t2. Urn Ail. Caanboa
hurrftaa at Parato, CZ. (Re, ind
k Berntaa & Whvt, Colen. tp.
v. Pernenda. Loreneel. Buy Aba)o
m. anal Mm rwiM tlnta.v
( ( and Hit Clifford Greaves),
fcsnday and weekday ta ifixt at aq
,,Cibi Belthta. Ci.'..,-,v
Inasr labt ai.el
B. Cart r. Tlitaynn, aamMat
B a. D is bat Ketatita, CZ.
ft saw ha.. Cam aaa til
trrh fcalkaa 4271
Sunday Benoai ........... 10M t JVL
Vamh,p Barvie ......... 11-0 la.
Tenth ai-ne T pjn.
RnflMiie f.. i via ...... IM pan.
eajrain n.e stuery
and Prayar Sairk
Posts and Bases
; : pacific sroh
Sunday School ...... ....... 0:00
Morning Worthln 10.00
Church-time Nureary School... 10:00
Sunday Bohaol (Bulldlna No.
130) ....,.,..i..., 0:09
Morning Worahlp ,.. 10:30
Thursday Evening Mid-Week
fiarvica ,,.,,,,,,, 1:30
Youth, fellowthlp Sunday . . g :oo
Sunday School t:00
Morning Wonhip 10:30
Evening Wonhip 7:00
Wonhip -Service, Madden Wy IM
Wonhip Service, Rio Hata .... 1:13
Chrittian Youth Pellowihip .... 0:00
Soldier' Pellowahlp Thun. .. 7:00
Of ticar' ChrltUaa Unloir-Thur. g:00
ALB ROOK ADl PORCB BA8B
Sunday ocnooi a:n
Adult Blbla Cla (NCO CluB),, 0:30
Mornlna Wonhip .....r 0:10 A 10:45
Youth. feUowthip 0:10
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday Bcnooi :30
Morning Wonhip 11.-00
communion Flrrt aunday
Uth ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
(Holy Communion Pint Bund
Naval Radio Station, lummlt...
Daily Mast 1:30
Sunday Matte 7:00 A 0:30
Confection. Saturday ,,.0:30 A 7:30
Sunday 1:00 A 1:25
Daily Maat ...,...,,,.,,..... 0:tt
Sunday Maaiea 7:45 A 0:00
Confeiilona Saturday .. 0:30 A 1:00
Dtily Mats .,. 0:15
Saturday Matte 0:00
Sunday Masses 1:00 A 11:45
Moftdiy Noven Devotion .... 7:80
Conieuions Saturday . 0:00 A 1:30
ALBROOit AIR PORCB SASB
Daily Mat 0:00
Saturday Matt 7:00
Sunday Masse 7:45 A 12:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
. ATLANTIC BIDS
Sunday Scheol -Bid, gll
awwrauig n uranip
Praver Pellowhin--Bld. lli-a
Tuedtyr ...... i.... r,i ...... 1.., 1:00
KYBB Wadnsaday Post Chapel 30
Choir Practice iWedneeday
Pott Chapel IM
unnay ncnoov ....aa
nn vrannia) .,.........
rillowahi. Sunday .... 1 :30
Bioie-niwiyt rrvanaseay s l )v
Ladle Chape Guild, lit Thura. IM
Blbla Study, WwMeiday .ti-.a-'TM
U.S. PAPAL BTATXOtf. Cod lolo
Sundry School ......a
Morning Wonhip ,,,....,. 11 M
Hoif commuaioa rim aunoay
Dally Mat TM
Sunday Mate 8:30
Confession: Saturday d:00
Daily .MtM iait,imii TnO
Saturday Mat V:00
Sunday Mattes 1:41 A 1:1
Confeatlona, Saturday .. 0:00 7M
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Cor Solo
' Sunday Mat
Ork OrthodoK aervlca ar eonduct.
ed at th Church af the Anunclation.
Via Belteario Porraa, San Pranciaen da
la Caleta, Panama City, Rf, and at
thd Church of St. Anthony, Avenlda
Melandez. Colon, RJ1.. en altamat Buna
daye at 1:30. For further Information,
rail me omen ei ine Army cnapiaia,
Waeklv Scnrlea to an Church
Sabbath School tM t.m.
Divine Servic 11 M aan.
Va,it'. Maatln d-Jat am.
' Wednesday Bible Study and frayee
Service 73 pjn,
PaHfla aide Panama A Bathe Otrrrtol
Paatoa W H. WallaT .TL Jl 100
Cab Vera. Ave, p. aa a tMta ma
Cherrnio sstn fa it
Pueblo Hue g-A St bttwtai I
add 4th Sta,
1 Ahaln 11 Ul at. BfSL n
Balboa Chapel OOU CavUda Hd. gal.
Pea isattn-oay oniyj. ...
Saanisa Charebaa Piaial and
Patter Ruben Bui
PeiMrna. can uanen nn a
CrtrtobA 10th dk Baliva Ave.
Maariat Part tr A. A. tartoM
TeL No. g-101
Cambo Pram Partway fMlA ;
Atroatie SM CMa BM
Patter Nebtott TL SOaW
Colon 3rd St A Central Ave. Cr1M
bat im A Boifar Ara
central ataaai wavuaw sa-,a, a-
JewHi Welfare Board BM. TOg-A ta
Roc Rotd. Balboa. CX. Rabcd Matnan
Wttkln Director. k
Servlea Prtday. f M Pto.
IM aaa i
CfTtWatcA AtrrrarBaii CWTjRCat
. Balaaa Beeat a trial Btrea
- An. Babaw P Oaaasrl
PjD. Beat OCA Baiben.
iMtvat.. v. .......
(amday Seheni, Bibl eU IM
Prvine 8i n i
nhria. f alee at Mereartbt ftn
Mrart 1 Ipttccipal Ckurcki Bun4ayi
NaVena cwviei-Tutaay t:u
ayir roatt. ntttt ana nunia
CMfrcann Pol SrMarrth itraat A.
alda C and gth Btr. Baiia Titan,
hiai Ctta Bailtta SM nna.
NCO Wlvog MMt
Thd fort Cloyton N.C.O. Wivdi'
Clun held thdip reculir monthly
business leetint last Tuesday.
Mrs. Betty Brogan. president, wel welcomed
comed welcomed Major WeIy Glenn; club
advisor, JAtt, Julian ind ; Mrs.
Trotman is guest and four new
members. Mrs. Filomena Metcalf,
Mrs. Mary Haywood, Mrs. Eva
Hill and Mfs. Rosa Toskey.
; Mrs. Burch. outgoing president,
Was bresented With a Hakata Doll
and other, outgoing officers were
presented with woodrese corsages.
Mrs. Aldorna Skeitaitia present presented
ed presented t written 'resignation from the
Club. Sgt. Skeitaltis received a
commission al Warrant Officer
and will move td Fort Kobbe. Mri.
Marie Hunt and' Mrs. Nita Roluff
Fire Dep., Stunt
Hear Tragedy As
House Blows Up
KINO, N.C., June 6 (UP) What
was planned as, a holiday stunt
and demonstration by tha local
fire department turned into a
near tragedy Thursday.
An abandoned house wai soaked
with inflammable materials
Wednesday night." On Thursday a
crowd of 800 persons gathered to
watch the house burn while fire firemen
men firemen showed how "they extinguish
Fireman Ralph Hauser itepped
to the front door" and threw a
lighted match inside:
The house exploded. Hauser
wag blown about 12 yards. The
force of the blast ripped off his
pants and hirt.
He was rushed to a Winston Winston-Salem
Salem Winston-Salem hospital by ambulance for
treatment of minor burns and
shock. His condition wig not be
Woman Gives Birth
Alter Being Revived
On Delivery Table
CHIPLEY, Fla JulP T (WP)-
A 25-yeiro-ldf Negro woman died
on the delivery table, wai reviv revived
ed revived three minutes liter by two
Chlpley doctors and then gave
birth fo-.A, pound,. 13-cunce boy,
itiwis reported her. yisUrday.
Drl.. Hugh,. Thpmpioa and Wat Wat-tit
tit Wat-tit Shoheo of th Washington
Coilfltv Hosnital said Mn. Nellls
Atkins t wh ha ana athor ehild.
ssnfer BianAnaeKwtuiB in
th dolivarp .mabOatof'Tuosdlp
night and was tfwhotuiedi And.
1 Thompson laid h Atwf.Sheohoo
Iffimodiatolr oponad Imf dhegt and
maiiaflad her heart. ThraA .min
ute later she wag fsviVM.
The doctors then delivered the
boy by Cacsariaq section
The doctors- said that Mrt. At
tinf breathing hsd stopped and
more was no Jieart Dear wnen she
got into the delivery room, They
laid aha had been in labor f nr
two aays ana ma Been uname to
deliver tne cnna normally.
The hospital reported Thursday
night that both mother and child
were doing fine.
SI. Petersburg Tot
Tumbles From Pier,
Dies Beneath Wharf
AfcT. PETERSBURG BEACH.
Fla.k July S (UP) Funeral sorv sorv-kei
kei sorv-kei ira scheduled today for 5-
year-old Billy Grattan, whon bo bo-dp
dp bo-dp wn found floating near hit
parents' waterfront homo hen fol following
lowing following a 24-hour search that ex extended
tended extended Into the Gulf of Mexico.
Tha child, ion of Mr. and Mrs.
William J. Grattan, apparently
tumbled from tha pir in front of
his home Tuesday. A rakd bo us used
ed used to play with in the water wag
found floating beneath th pier.
Mrs. Grattan said she and Billy
lay down for a nap about 1 p.m.
Tuesday and that he wai mining
wnen she iwoke at 2:30 p.m.
After gome SO volunteer! icored
ths neighborhood without success,
a host of aircraft, boats and a
team of skin divers began a long
search of the inlet, Blind Past, on
which the Grattan horns fronts.
Tha learch later wai extended
Into the Gulf of Mexico,
The body war found at 2 p.m.
Wednesday when it floated to th
surface gome 10 feet from ths nier
from which he apparently fell. -The
boy had bean taught never
to go near ths water tinleii ha
wore a life Jacket,- but it wai
found hanging on a chair in the
Grattaa's back yard.
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eXfective fiot July 2, 1957 we will represent thet
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THE PANAMA. AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, JULY V ltf?
Mizell Katiiy Tojfoi
Str Louis Into League! Lead
- : v.
(Based en 200 official at bats)
Editor: CONRADO SARGEAN f
K ,.:.::;.::::;;::::;. ;, I
,. NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams W L Pet. GB Team W L Pet. GB
St, Louis 43 31 .581 New York 49 26 .653
Oncmnat' 44 33 .571 Vi Chicago 46 29 .613 3
Milwaukee 43 33 .566 1 Boston 41 36 .532 &
f rooklyn 41 33 .554 2 Cleveland 39 35 .527 9V4
fiiladelphia 39 34 .534 3V4 Detroit 38 38 .500 HVi
New York 36 40 .474 8 Baltimore 36 38 .486 12V4
Chicago 25 44 .362 15' Kansas City 28 46 .378 20V4
Pittsburgh 26 49 .347 17Vi Washington 25 54 .316 26
Cincinnati at St. Louis
Chicago at Milwaukee (N)
Philadelphia at Brooklyn
Pittsburgh at New York
Cincinnati 100 000 020 003
St. Louis 010 200 000 014
Nuxhjill, Acker, Gross (4-5)
Mifcel! (2-6) and II. Smith.
' (Night Game)
Chicago 130 020 0107 12 0
Milwaukee 000 021 0014 9 1
Elston 2-0), Lown and Neeman.
Buhl (9-4), Trowbridge, Jolly,
Johnson and Rice, Crandall.
i (Night Game)
Philadelphia 000 300 101-5 6 2
Jrooklvn 300 000 03x 6 6 3
RoDerts (B-UVand Lonnet.
'McDevitt, Labine, Craig (3-5),
Podres and Campanella.
Pittsjimrf.h 010 021 101 6 12 3
New York 000 227 OOx 11 10 2
Trimble (0-1), Arroyo, Swanson,
R.5mith and Foiles.
(7-7), Grissom ond
tToday- Encanto .35, .20
June Allyson in
YOU CANT RUN AWAY
'p Rory Calhoun in
T Jeff Chandler in
? THE GREAT SIOUX
John Agar in
THE OLE MAN"
THE SCREEN'S MOST
IT O D AY
J I VOL
: tTHE KING AND
.; FOUR QUEEN'S
with Clark Gable
' epaniso- Program
: Mt DESCONOCTJDA
-( ESPOSA x
; Aqrr pstaw lo$
Cleveland at Chicago
Kansas 'City at Detroit (N)
New York at Washington
New York 000 000 030 25 8 1
Washington 000 020 001 03 13 0
Sturdivant, Byrne, Ditmar (4-1)
Ramos, Clevenger, Byerly (2-4)
Cleveland 000 110 110 4 9
Chicago 304 040 03x 14 14
Pitula (1-1),. Tomanek, McLish
Wilson (9-5) and Moss.
Baltimore 000 400 0015 9 1
Boston 200 103 lOx 7 12 3
Loes (9-4), Coccarelli and Trian Trian-dos.
dos. Trian-dos. N
Fornieles (5-8), D e 1 o c k and
City 000 210 0014 8
012 012 llx 8 10
Gorman, Trucks (7-2), Cox and
Biiniint; (10-2) and House.
TERRIFYING PLUNGE INTO SUSPENSE!..-.
Great Double Feature!
See Fats Domino in
SHAKE RATTLE AND
- Also: -Richard
GIRLS IN PRISON
G AB R H Pet,
64 258 30 91 .353
Musial, St. L
74 297 46 102 .343
77 328 63 112 .341
Mays N Y.
75 278 56 89 .320
75 304 58 97 .319
70 270 38 85 315
65 261 45 82 ,314
69 250 37 77 .308
67 251 40 77 307
H.Smith, su Li.
56 202 16 62 .307
Mantln, N Y. 75 247 69 93 u377
Williams. Boston 70 242 54 84 .347
70 272 40 90 331
72 236 42 78 .331
76 309 35 102 .330
76 296 47 95 .321
77 300 36 95 ;317
76 295 44 93 .315
70 267 47 81 303
73 254 -44 77 .3031
Mathews, Braves ,
Williams, Red Sox
RUNS BATTED IN
Malzone Red Sox
Minoso, White Sox
(Based on 7 decisions)
W L Pet
Shantz, Yanks 1 .900
Schmidt. Cards' 6 1 .857
Bunning, Tigers 10 2 .833
Sanford, Phils 2 .818
Trucks. Athletiet 7 2 .77$
t r ....
u WHAT' IN. NAMIt
T& York ItNEAC Alfred G
Vanderbilt has a two year old
named Chain of Command The
colt ii by Genera) Staff, out of thd
mare. Slave Bracelet.; vanaerDiu
is noted for too elever name he
givei race horses.
P and C
TODAY at 11 P.M.
OUvia de HaTilland
TomaE NOT A
with Kirk Douglas
SWIMMING FAMILY When the Reynolds family of Balboa went to the Fourth of July Swim
Meet n Gajnboa, "they really went in force. Shown here are five members who swam and some
of their winning trophies, which, Incidentally, were quite a few. (Left to right) Jim Reynolds,
14, who broke several records; Virginia, 17; Joe, 8; John, 18, and Alfred, 12.. ; .
Crack At Hod
Angry Jack Hurley Claims
Bout Is No Publicity Stunt
; Jiy ILDON ARRITTp
SEATTLE, -Waih. (UP) The
wud of a man witn tn iaicon
face .focused ;hli cold, eoncrete
stars on the inquiring reporter.
The reporter, Mi turn, glanced ap-
rehennveiy aoout me noiei room,
lut there was no place to hide:
Finally, the featherweight step
ped into the middle of the room1
and exploded a verbal uppercut:
'Publicity stunt! ruDucrty suwu
Anybody who says a quarter of
a million collars is a puDucuy
stunt doesn't know what he's talk
The man witn tne steeiy stare
Yale, Cornell Meet
In Eight-Oar Finals
Of Thames Regaffa
HFNT.RV-ON '- THAMES." Eng
land, July S (UP) Yale, tne
nivmnic chamoion. and Cornell,
the 1957 Intercollegiate Rowing As Association
sociation Association champ met today in the
championship eight-oared event in
the Roya.'Heniey Kegatta. v-
It amounted to a rubber.jnrtch
fnr thd two hiflh-oower crews.
Yil unset favored Cornell in the
Olympic trials last year arter Cor
nell had won tne ltf a. xnie year
Cornell is undefeated and again
wnn the IRA. but Yale did not
romoete in that race.
Princeton's lightweight'- (150-
pound) eight-oared erew was, la la-vnreH
vnreH la-vnreH to eive America its second
chamoionshin today. The Prinee-
tonians are undefeated this year,
and are defeading the Thames
Challenge Cup they won last ytar.
However, Russia was in a posi position
tion position to take oveaall honors, since
it sent representatives into three
finals Stewards Cup. diamond
sculls and- double sculls compar
ed to America'! two finals.
Cornell eliminated the Russian
elght-oared crew yesterday as it
beat the Krasnoe Zamir shell by
a length in the record time of 6:30
for the on-mile-550-yard straight
course on the River Thames. Yale
beat Queens College of Oxford in
6:44, winning- by three and one-;
Princeton, winner over th Brit British
ish British Royal Air Force 150-pounder
yesterday-' in 1:23, met the MoV
sey Boat Club of England today.
Ia th diamond sculls singles
today, Olympic champ Vyacheslav
Ivinov of Russia was favored o-
ver Stuart IfacKenzie of Austra Australia,
lia, Australia, who was second to Ivaoov in
The Scarlet Hrs-
saasi (Chap. l-V
LAW AND ORDER
crrr beneath. 1
.. 'THE SEA t
and th TltrloBe voice is jack Hur Hurley,
ley, Hurley, personifieation of. the' Seattle
Boxing Club on Inanl h tf w.t
wnicn plans to stage a heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight title fight her between
champion Floyd Patterson and the
Olympic-crowned king of the ama-1
teurs, Pet Rademacher of Co-'
lumbus, Ga. '
"Let me tell you something.'
Hurley snapped. "I'm in the fight
game to make money, not get my
name in the papers. Sure we need
publicity what fight doesnf?
Set for Aug. 22
His arm moved in a sweep in
the direction of a bed strewn with
letters, dummies for program lay
outs, photographs of the fighters
and a sketch of the baseball sta stadium
dium stadium where the proposed bout
would be staged Aug. 22 if Patter
son gets by Hurricane JacksonJ
three weeks earlier,
Hurley picked three checks out
of a pile on the bed.
"Look here." he commanded.
"These came before we even had
decided on ti site or a date. One
for $40, another for $60. And
here's one for $180. The guy who
sent this one thought the seats
would go for $30 top instead of $20.
"The governor Albert D. RoseH
lint phoned today and asked for.
a block of eight at ringside. The
people want this fight whether
Julius Helfand New York state's
boxing commissioner or the Na
tional Boxing Assn. does or not.'
The telephone rang. Hurley lift'
ed the receiver and barked. "Hel
lo!" He listened intently, his loneJ
sum fingers coming. through his
thinning gray hair. Finally, be
usten. neitner tne nbra nor
the New York commission has cot
any right to tell us now we should
conduct our business out here in
Washington State. Our commis commissioners
sioners commissioners have given the green light
and we dont have to take orders
from a bunch of eastern politic!
Pights Like Pre
He bung up. turned and once
again focused his penetrating gaze
on the interviewer. There still was
no place to hide.
I know what you're wondering.
You're wondering if I think Rade
macher' has. a chance. Well, let
me say this; I ve been around the
fight game a long time. That's' my
business. I know what I see and
what I can see I can figure. Ride
macher is no a ma teur, even
though be hasn't been paid a pen
ny, tit ngnts lice a pro and
acts like a pro.
"And Just exactly what Is Pat
terson?. I'll teH you. Patterson Is
r light. heavyweight. who beat a
light-heavy for the crown after
beating another light-heavy for a
crack at the t f 1 1 e. Patterson
weights about 178. Rademacherl
weighs 210. Patterson is 21 years
old. itademacner is zs.
Hurley raced across the room.
"And another thing. . p
The telephone rang again. The
reporter excused himself ond
left -ear-weary, but saved by the
CANANDAIGUA, N.Y. (UP)
Speed king Donald Campbell test
ed bis jet propelled motor boat.
Bluebird n, Thursday on Canan
dargua Lake, hitting a top speed
of about 90 miles an boor. He
hopes to break his own world
speed record on the same
later 'th. summer;"
WASHINGTON, July 6 (UP)
Davey Moore, who won an upset
decision; over Isidro Martinez in
90-degree heat and high, humidity
last night, said today he would of
fer a $35,000 guarantee to Hogan
Bassey to defend the world feath
erweight title against him
Manager Willie Ketchum said
Moore, a 21-year-old from Spring
field, O., would meet Bassey any
where, but preiers Maaison square
uarueu ju new ior.
Meere floored Martinos, th
sixth-ranked feather by the Na National
tional National Boxing Alteration -end
an s-l favorite. : in the axventh
T !h.i f "n?aP?Pi
roe and fouohr back briskly lit
the elohth round. u
However Moore, who had been
In command in the early Tounds
and then lost some ground to Mar-jty
tinez' rally in the middle rounds,
won comfortably on all e irdi
Judge Charley (Buck and referee
Eddie La Fond each scored it 95-
89 for Moore, and judge- B e i n y
Alperstein made it 97-83. United
Press had it 96-91 for Moor and
4-3-1 in rounds,
It wai over 90 degrees in the
arena, with a high humidity which
held the crowd to 1,000. f5 ?
."I -hist couldn't' do what T want
ed because of the heat," it id
jnoore. ; ane-neat maae me slug
Martinez1 wh had boon wn
beaten in his last eight bouts,
blamed the defeat on after-effects
of virus Infection and mea measles.
sles. measles. l,.;;-:i
: "1 haven't completely recover
ed and wasn't strong enough to
throw good punches,' he said. "If
I am right I can .bet- the tar
out of him in four or five rounds.'
He beat Moore in Panama-two
years ago Both were -over th
featherweight 126-pound limit, last
night, Moore at 128 ana Martinez
Fourth Of July
By RALPH HARRIS v ;
The hi eh nitched scream of the
racing outboards was the order of
th dav at. the Panama Canal
Yacht Club, where the dare-devils
of the water took to their shingles
July 4 to vie with one another for
the laurels of victory. The day -was
clear, the water was smooth,; and
the estimated 400 spectators had
an afternoon of thrills, spills, .and
First to .compete were the fast
little "A hydros, which went under
the gun at 1:30 p.m. Eddie May, a
relative newcomer to 'the racing
scene, showed he had what it takes
when-he nosed out veteran driver
Dewey Harris for first place -in
this closely contested event, iarry
Dolby and Gene Carron cam in
third and lourtn respectively.
In the IB' runabout class it was
Dave Hinds who brought horn the
bacon, bard pressed by.W.Ev by.W.Ev-ans
ans by.W.Ev-ans who placed second. -' . '"',
With a cloud of spray and a1 ea ea-eaphony
eaphony ea-eaphony of sound, the big 'C run runabouts
abouts runabouts took to the field, and when
the air cleared. Snuffy McCullough
was first witn a. winkes second
snd George Hudiins third. Also en
tered in this class was Dick Eg Eg-ger,
ger, Eg-ger, who thrilled the -crowd with a
spectacular flip when he dug a
china while rounding a bouy on the
third lap.. -
The 'regatta was cumazed ny
the free-for-all. which is an- wa
limited horsepower Tacei This clas
sic -event was taken by Panama
City's Ed Abbot, piloting his pow
erful 'D'hydro, with Dave Binds
and Snuffy McCullough close be-,
hind. Also rins were George Hue-;
jins, Larry Dolby, andsGene uar-
INEW YORK, Julr 6 (UP)-Wilmer (Vinegar,
Bend) Mizell provided strong-.evidence today that,
he's ready, to throw his weight into the Louis
Cardinals' pennant push.
Th team's No. 1 disappointment
since sprmg training, the hard hard-throwing
throwing hard-throwing southnaw Ditched the Car
dinals into first nlace in the Ma-
tiohal League scramble' last night
when ne best the Cmcinnati Red-
legs, 4-3. in 11 innings.; If was by
tar tne best euort oi the season
for Mizell, who, dropped, six of his
firsts seven decisions,.,
The Milwaukee Braves remained
in third, place when they dropped
a 7-4 decision to the Chicago Cubs,
the Brooklyn Dodgers downed the
Philadelphia Phillies, 6-5, and- the
M 1 r : ii j, it.
Hew ium uiauu waiiopeu' toe
Pittsburgh Pirates. 11-6. in the oth
er National League games.
ine New York Yankees maint
ained their three-game lead in 4he
American League when they shad
ed the Washington Senators, 5-3,
in 10 innings and the, second-place.
.Chicago White Sox ; drubbed the
Cleveland Indians, 14-4. The Bos Boston
ton Boston Red Sox beat the Baltimore
Orioles, 7-5, and the Detroit Tigers
whipped the Kansas City Athle Athletics,
tics, Athletics, 8-5. a : ,f v :!
Mizell, who beat the Redlegs
five times last season i when he
was the Cardinals' leading winner
with 14 victories, yielded nine hits
and struck out -seven batters' in
gaining his second triumph. The
Cardinals scored their, winning run
when Ken Boyer singled to open
the 11th, moved to second on Hal
Smith's sacrifice and tallied on
Joe Cunningham's double. Don
Gross, third Cincinnati pitcher, suf suffered
fered suffered his fifth defeat.
Rookiit Jerry Kendall hit file
first, maier league homer and
Don Elston won his second gam
as the Cubs tagged Milwaukee's
Bob- Buhl with his fourth less.
Hank Aaron hit his 27th homer
and Johnny Logan else homered
for the Braves,, wha hay drop
ped four of their last give games.
Roy Campanella walloped a I
run homer of Robin Roberts in the
eighth inning to help Brooklyn's
Roger Craig win- his third cam
witn ninth-inning relief aSsitance
from Johnny Podres.Ths loss was
Kooertr uw r. tne year and his
fifth in a row sine June C when
be won his sixth ism.
- au MtwDvuuui jeaob iblsiuvu 4LAWMA
Minneapolis; Bobby Thomson, Dus-
Rhodes and Gail Harris homer-
ed as the Giants snapped a five five-gam'
gam' five-gam' losing streak with a. 10-hit
assault on four Pittsburgh pitch
era. Johnny AntonelH went only
Buffalo Making Big
Bid To Regain Lead
In Inlernalional Loop
- NEW YORK; July C fUPV-The
Buffalo Bisons, aided by L n k e
Easter's bom run hitting and a
patched-up pitching staff, are mak
ing a strong oia u jrcgaio uie w
ternational League lead.
Easter's 26th home run and a
strong Ditching performance by
ex-Yankee Rip Coleman gave Buf Buffalo
falo Buffalo a 5-S triumph over Roches
ter last night. It was the Bisons'
fourth straight victory and nudg
ed them within a half game of
th leagu lead held by losing To
Montreal's Jackie Collum. and
Roberto Vargas teamed to defeat
Toronto, 7-4, while In other games,
Havana nudged Richmond, 5-4 and
Columbus pounded Miami, 10-L.
Havana's Jerry Lane broke a
personal five-gam losing streak
.u iug h.u. jr. w--
mond snd their ace. Jim Coates.
Charley Douglas, making his first
appearance tor coiumous since
June 30, coasted to nil eigntn vic
'Showing Your' Sonic Cohioi Thoatru Todoyt
. ' .
-11L,,L ... GAMBOA l:U r
DLABLO HTS.f:H -Everything Bat The Trath
Dan DaUey ... SBday slnUag-
Ginger Rogers T, ,
Oh, Men! Oh, Women! : GATUN i :
Cinemascope Color! "Dont Knock ThoRock"- :
Sunday 'lstanbnl', gan. Written On The WinsT, :
MARGARITA :15 t: CRISTOBAL t:f -.. .
. ' Alr-Condltioned i :
Robert Taylor- Walt Disney's 1 , f ;
Burl Ives -AFRICAN UON
Tower and The Mae;,- Color! -V'-J"
San. Oh, Men! Oh, Women!" Also Showing gun.-Mon. v
3AL8QA ".-. :?"
.Bneaen haBder sar Dean...eaaWeMerjwn
' T ALBd &HOWIKO 8UNPAT MONDAY v.
PAKAISO 6:15 7:S SANTA CRUZ :U t:M
"Last Train from Bombay" Pale Robertson
PARATROOPER" -SITTING BULL"
CAMP BIXRD 6:11 l:M TOO LATS FOR TEARS
-- . -- mwnitr
six ;innings but picked" up his ev ev-enth
enth ev-enth win. Frank Thomas and Bill
Mazeroski" homered for-the Pir Pirates,.
ates,. Pirates,. f
The Yankees" scored two runs on
only one: hit in the 10th to seor :'
their ninth victory in 10 games af after
ter after the Senators tied the score ia
the bottom of the ninth- The Sen-'
ators bad the bases -filled and on
out in the ninth when Art Ditmar
got Roy Sievers to hit into an inning-ending
double play. Mickey
Mantle t singled during the' Yankees-
tnree-run eighth inning to
collect the 1,000th hit of his car
Earl Torgeson knocked in four
run with e homer and a double
and Jim River. drove in three -runs
to pace the White Sex' best
. offensive showing of the camp- v
sign. Jim Wilson breezed behind
the assault to win his ninth gam
although he was tagged for nine
hits including a homer by Roc Rocky
ky Rocky Cola vito. i ,.
The' Red Sox ended Billy Loes
seven-game winning streak when.
they staged a three-run sixth-in-
nmg rally that overcame Balti Baltimore's
more's Baltimore's 4-3 lead. Ted Williams',
double climaxed the rally and help helped
ed helped Mike Fornieles win. his fifth
decision with relief aid from' Ik
Jim Bunning increased bit rec record
ord record to. 10-2 although he yielded,
homers to Hector Lopez, Gus Zer Zernial
nial Zernial and Tim Thompson when th -Tigers
backed him with a 10-hit
attack that included round-tripper
by Charley Maxwell and Frank
Boiling. The homer was Maxwell'
17th. r I
' l --ft -If e
TTOfBLEDON, Kntiand, Jaly v
(UP) Althea Gibson of "if
New York realised a efaild efaild-hood
hood efaild-hood ambition today when ah
won th Wimbledon women'
championship by tronneing
Darleno Hard of Montebello,
Calif. -l -S. with a dvaa .'
tating display of power nnjs.
... Gardnar Malloy f Dnyer,
Colo and Bodg Patty, a Ca
lifornlan now Irving tn. Paris,
won America ita first nun's)
doable championship .sine
1949 when they upset top top-seeded
seeded top-seeded Lew Hoad and Neala
Fraser f AnstraDs, 1-10, 4-4,
Th t-yar-ld Negra tar,
first ef her raoe yer to win sv
single ervwn n the hlstorl
center eoort, overwhelmed her
Jittery ll-year-eM opponent
in 10 degree heat and becans
th 13th straight American
winner f th woman's erown.
Often nerroas lin hi match matches,
es, matches, Althea, had oommand f
her game right from the start start-Sh
Sh start-Sh acad out t a 4- lead
the first set with th loss e
only four points. Mm Hard, s
chunky blonde wh eyert.th
eonrt speedily deeptte her
weight,' nerer reeorerod from
her shaky start. ; :, rl i
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER "ULTJiT tTirT,
SATURDAY, JULY 1957
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1 r 1 HiwY oMjr; .;,m V; SHADES OF .ANOTHER ERA;.; f
keeps sending up good ones. Now .Jtf Vl Tl 'rv -vHleWfc
it's RoDert Clinton Richardson. X'- IV&ih -T&LrTZCL IRa
A bal- was hit into short left- iK?A-f rfihu 'yvV,W .1 f ILLS NITm
center-field. v AV, f -JlHJl...
gelfron. the dugout. "Make Foom hT
A for the baUplayer!" . -ZS
A St'.-nge was only venting his eh- v?-V StV'V Wf
thuriMm forl'the-new fetter t
i secnd base" but column of C'.VU? s "i TS'", ?VT iik'A'
. I type cculdn't "give you a better VXvrj ifl -'iAlv
I description of Bobby Richardson's . 1 "" JPdM fS$, f Jfiv AM!
' I i wide range. i $fHH- ''MfWOT
..si 3 Make room for the baUolaver V".. Wiff 5V5,VA
' V r
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. ft s -f
CEILING HIGH Joey Glambra .appears to be practical y hit hitting
ting hitting the roof Jumping rope after his draw with Rory Calhoun,
A good fight paved way" for a .rematch and maintained the
- Buffalo jad'i high ranking among the mlddieweights,
NEW YORK (NEA) The la-
comparable Yankee assembly line
keeps sending up good ones. Now
it's RoDert Cunton Richardson.
A' bal' was hit into short left-
"Get back against the fence, you
outfielders!"-shouted Casey Sen
gel front the dugout. "Make room
for the ballplayer!"
St-'ngei Was only venting his en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm for "the new feller at
second base," but a column of
type ctuldn't give you a better
description, of Bobby Richardson's
wide range.. -( i i
Make room for the ballplayer!
One pretty good iniieioer did
when .Billy Martin, was swapped
to Kansas uity. And a lot ol base
ball men considered Billy the Kid
as conui'g close, to being one of
the world champions three lndis
pensanie -men,) ngni oenina jyiicK
ev- wanue and yoki Berra.
- Yet along came. Richardson., not
yet 22, to dnve the uitra-aeares.
sive driving force. Martin, right
ou the premises. v
WHILE HE MAKES EVEN old
Casey 'Stengel's eyes' pop on' oc occasion.
casion. occasion. Richardson is no revela revelation
tion revelation to the New York' and oppos
ing major .league club had papers
tnir mgn on young nopert. cur curing
ing curing Richardson's four years in the
minors and brier trials with the
parent outfit, representatives of
other ciubs would sidle, up to
George WeiSs and say: ""You're
overloaded with v infieldefs. That
little second baseman, what's hi
name? You have no room for him,
but he could fill in here and there
Bur. Ihev weren't cnnnintr WelRR.
That's why he is general manager
of the Yankees: '
Of all the second basemen he
played alongside, starting with Joe
Gordon.' Phil Kizzuto always con
tended that Jerry Coleman was
the best quickest at getting the
ball away and escaping being
taken cut and completing the dou
COLEMAN. SITTING ON the
bench as the greatest of son fans,
already calls the -stocky-kid of
Sumter, S. the best second
baseman in the American League.
"Perhaps in baseball," says
Coleman, "although I do not see
enough of the second basemen in
the other league to voice an opi
Gil McDouesld DOints out that
Richardson plays deeper than
Coleman und Martin,
"He's quick enough to do that
and this is what gives him the
wider range," says the versatile
San Franciscan whose arrival as
a' shortitop was the Yankees' big
going to keep right on .spraying
those hits What's ho hitting ,331?
Just .think of It You'd have to play
him at second base if he were hitt
ine 10A points less."
Quiet Bobby, Richardson, a Bap
tist, is deeply religious. He dropp
ed in to hear Billy Graham at
Madison Sauare, Garden.
"Imagine a ballplayer like him
being given a pep talk," comment
ed Hank Bauer.
When conventional therapy fails to restore the 20-gam
bloom to a gifted arm suddenly gone lame, its desperate owner
eventually reaches a point where he'll try anything. H i reason reasoning
ing reasoning Nothing can make a dead arm deader. . 'rt
Robert Clayton fihantz of pottstown, Pa., knows how it feels
to reach that point. .He's been tnere. And like mo
who go there before him, he went for the works . new life pma,
magic bmt crackers; magic elixirs good-luck tokens ; '
In '52 he was the premier pitcher, in the-Americah League.
He won 24 and lost seven for .774 with i Connie Mack s Athletics
There were no dissenters when the little left-hander (5; feet 6
T. Ae Ji.? th- MAfc4-vin(ih p Plnver award.
the Yankees tnis year,. 5 .,.. ..ii onin t v.n tom n nrvinv
"My arm didn't exactly go oeaa on me,- at was
terdav. 'I was trylng.Oo get my win .total up to 25when a liner
off Walt Masterson-s (Washington) ,batf broke-y-pitching-wrist
in two places. It healed all right. In fact, it never pained, me
again. But I had other troubles," - r
" Shanta tOre atendou in his right shoulder the next eeason,
tore it again the following year, and if he didn't have a 'dead
arm," it was fairly evident he didn't have a Hve one. His port
'68 record, Tsoverinf the four acceeding seasons, was; 5-Y -a
10, 27, The 1-8 season t. the key to hs spectacular comeback.
cShanta was-5-9. when the tendons snapped the first time,
immobilizing him for the last half of '53. When fMOTed 1 U J to
on opening day in '54 he moroseljwetired to the clubhouse to talk
things over' v.: with himself. ;
.1 i;,i-i 'V'--, .! .- 1, It. 1 '1
, Mother Nature M.D. , ,.
.n.i.efii Hnh Vih' sent him Jfo had done him
no goon un&n to Mac he h?d later turned his arm oyer
to the manlpulatton of a chiropractor pichub v
self. "No relief from that source, either.
ileaiiwhlle, sympathetic fans, semi-pro healers and. do-it-yourself
medicine men- showered him with can't miss x cure-alla.
In his language He got "bottles and bottles of horse liniment."
And what's inore v;. "I tried them alL v
Lticliiiy, ghanti was worklnj; on a two-year contract Out of
the aforementioned clubhouse soliloquy 'came the decision to en enlist
list enlist mother nature. U "I rested all that season CM) and all the
next winter, and that'a what did It," the remarkable half -pint
tells you. ::-y-rY,:JT
Typically, he make sure a-substantial-assist te. recorded to
the "account of Connie Mack. :. "Not once did he mention 'tne
money he was paying me for-doing nothing, if he had gfven me
my release at the end of 54 1 would -have .quit The fact that he
didn't encouraged me-to hop that the rest might paytpffsll J
gave the arm one more try. -v, H't'v'!
It did". Ih 53 the Athletics had switched to Kansas city,
and Shante: relieving, appeared in is eames won s fttid ins 10
The arm grew stronger and to his immense delight there was no
tf JIMMY OEMARET
WriHen fer NIA .Service
The five iron is the best club in
the bag for. distance and accuracy.
.nit down on the ball and let the
club do the work. It will put you
in the proper place "up to 160 yards
away. ; .-"'
The handy five Iron Is played
almost squarely .between the feet,
stance sauare to the line of flight
Keer the left arm straight as
the club if taken straight back be before
fore before the natural arc carries the
cltibhcad upward. V
Tit a ismetf AAAVinO uiIiah
m auo vvois vvwis TV 11 vis
the club reaches a position hon
zonlal vith the waist DO not carry
tne backs wing especially high
trnr nt ntn nrf la.t .hir?. W:i. i'J" Raise the arms about en a level
f..n.M SlCVwV. rrj L.r'.'i'iwith the ears, left arm still
. -..uu (v.v" "j uiu i ww u iuua u i ivcr wis.'- 1.4. !-u. -:u. .n.. j i
tm right elbow is allowed to rise,
that arm will overpower the left
The left side leads the way. The
left foot from which the weight
has bHn shifted on the back back-swing,
swing, back-swing, is not raised from the
f round. Starting the downswing.
the weight is shifting over to that
foot. Toe left side la firm. It is
Fraley Considers Possibility
Of Ail-Star Team Meeting
1 1 1.. 7 v y ,1 in 1
World Champions In Future
y OSCAR PRALtY
NEW YORK (UP) the
malor.Ieafue All-Star Game com-
nff un next week. the. time seems
rip to 'consider the-, posibilit,of
fUHinjft.neaaer .nl wuiua. mu on-
STar.team selected. -from both
leagues would play the defending
world f himnioni. -' ,t
There has been some aiscuasion
of this among baseball men of
late and the idea of an all-star
team: selected from both leagues
does have a certain amount of
aopeal. Suggestions have been
heard that the-game be played as
a double header or, witn the cur
rent game, made into a two-day
One thing seems certain in this
corner and this is, if you were
picking an all-star team from
both leagues this season, the
American League would' dominate
the starting cast.
' Picking three pitchers and
latft-inninff relief man for a se
lected team of J2 players .the
American League wouia get eignt
of. the spots on tnis oauot.
"'fcssf! Fralay's PUks.
Counting out, the New York
Yankees,, who this year would pro.
vide he opposition for sucn
game, my votes would go to:
Pirst base Stan Musial, St
Second baseNellie Fox, White
SOX. ...:,'- ii
.Shortstop Harvey Kuenn, De
troit -?T -v
Third base George Kell, Balti
Catcher Sherm Lollar, White
Left field Ted Williams, Red
Sox. '- if;:.
v Center field Willie Mays,
' Right field Hank Aaron,, Mil
waukee. v t
My pitchers would be Billy
Fierce of the White Sox. Jim Bun-
ning of Detroit Brooks-Lawrence
of Cincinnati and, as a relief
man, Clem Lab-ins of Brooklyn
Fort Kobbe Seeking
For Little League
The baseball stars of the future
at Fort Kobbe are in need of as
With the season only months a
way, Fort Kobbe Headquarters is
still looking for Little League man
agers and umpires All officers,
enlisted men and civilians en th
Jpost reslibie,tMlpwiO the
Two years t go Fort Kobbe won
in.rmea forces Little League
title.? Last year, though not firing
hm ti weii, me team still made
The Fort- Kobbe JIntri .'Post
Bowling: Tournament gets under underway;
way; underway; this month and will last Un
til the championship round in Sep September.
tember. September. 1 i
Unit teams make un the first
half of the tournament Battalion
championships are scheduled to
be decided by August 31, with fi final
nal final wqn-and-lost records to ho
submitted at that time. 1
Second-half competition will be
between battalion champions the
winner receiving the official past
championship. Awards will go to
post champion and runner ud
teams and an individual trophy to
oowiers compiling the two nign-
est aggregate scores.
current American Bowling Con
gress rules govern the conduct of
the tournament with, protests' act acted
ed acted upon within 24 hours. Expendi Expenditure
ture Expenditure of unit funds has-been au authorized
thorized authorized to cover payment of the
first half of the competition.
"My arm is now as good as. it ever was,'
i : " ; .... ?
j-- ; : With Marked Cards; ""
' i -J- ......... i: "I ' -i--
- When the deal was maae the Yankees called Shantz a Mm.
ble. Els 2-7 Tecord would be deceptive to lav appraisal but not
io pro examination. He was to 45 eames. One week h wnrbA
give thues. Washington aw him three Umes la the same series.
jThat'a when Cookie Layagetto, coacn, remarked:. "This .fellbw'a
pally made a complete recovery. There aren't many better
pitchers in the whole league." 'uz-y ; .,i. o
The Yankees may hare felt It necessary to lev down amok
Iscreen for strippinr their KC eeusina of their nest nitrhrr a--
kaaily haatr was about as much a gamble as Roosevelt was a a-rainH
rainH a-rainH Land on. h enrreritly phe'es the staff In strikeouts (47),
-Mnra-in sverafe m-4, cvmpieu games i7, ana in tne W-L
elumn (9-lV.'Caa hardly miss winning 20, can he? s Ji
is s oeea a wonaenm season ior Robert ciaytoa Shantz of
onstown. Fa., yet be naj one small complaint.. It distresses him
read in the sports pages that be has lost hit fast bait.:..;
"i never naa one to lose, j jet 'em out witn my change ofi
ace pitch.' . i . r -.-
: OUT OF DOORS iciih
If ACE AND OU1ET
i A SHADED PLACE
than the not, acrid water hr an
exposed water pan.
i p How easy it is to brush out the"
. ly JOE STETSON (old deaJ coat follow it with a dip
) Df Editor- -i-, of insert kiHiror bath er a brusH-
ing with one of the parssile kiil-
ricture a oog in tne summer tuning dry batu powders, rieas living
;a no pi ice to which he may on a dog are a continous torture.
treat. The excess air arotmd the ears of
: leas. Dee er ticks scramble a lo haired dog contnbute ma ma-rwign
rwign ma-rwign the remains of his winter. terially U ear mites and accom accom-at
at accom-at and nr mites hold forth in psnying ear disorders. An infected
pert vp rrnrc n; s rr. ear needs treatment, but better .emits
then that the left arm starts. to
puii the club down. The wrists do
not commence to snao throueh un
til the hands have passed below
-The right arm is close to the
body before contact,-straightening
erariuaHy to keep the clubhead
firmly in Its Intended path.
jf BEFORE ALL-STAR ,V
St Louis (NEA) VirgU AWns
boxes Frank Sruzina, German mid middleweight,
dleweight, middleweight, in St Louis, July S. the
night before the All -Star baseball
'. Selection Problem
The manner of selecting such a
team would be a problem, be
cause it has been proved in the
regular all-star balloting this sea
son .that a concerted municipal
drive makes it too. easy to stuff
the ballot box.
i It would be difficult too, tee
the managers to pick such
team becsuse few American
League managers are qualified to
vote on National League players
t(j! because they set them so seldom,
. But1 some system undoubtedly
could be worked out and there
can be small Question but what
such a game, with an all star
team from both, leagues meeting
the world champions, .would make
a terrific adjunct to tne regular
READING. Pa. (NEA) Joe
Bedenk. Penri State coach, ore
diets that Cleveland, long on
pitching for years; has more of
it in Eddie Draocho.
The 2Z-yeaj-old-left-hander has
reported to the Indians' Reading
farm. in the Eastern League.
urapf-ho was unbeaten in nis last
season. i He lost; vnly-j three times
in as many seasons, winning 29,
including a no-hitter in 1358. In
1957, he struck:out,118 in 12 games,!
bringing Jus three-year mark
288. His high was 19 in '56. His
earned run average for three cam-)
paigns was 1.48. He -averagea s.i
strikeouts. 2 bases on balls.
At 5 feet 10 inches and 165
pounds, Drapcho is considered
Mm a M in mnmm ni lnprx.
"His curva Is triekv.Ma asft
ball more than adeouate.". save: All-Star Game. ... ,
Coach Bedenk, "but what places! Right now it is merely conjee-
mm aDove the crowd u ms abiutyiwe.- ui n mm vi
to think clearly under pressure." 1 these dsys.
; Capt ,CrroU F, ;Wines has a
gain neen retained to coach the
Little Leaguers this year Many
i! w"ra neeaeu, nowever.
SO how Shout vnn9 rtnn't
itup to the next man to support
this worthwhile project. If you've
had Just a little baseball experi experience
ence experience and who hasn't?-call Fort
ftoooe 4taz. Many youngsters will
iau you 010.'
y BEANS REARDON
uuwa we une. it heads at the run runner.
ner. runner. H 1umn nl frlii k.
ms causes the third bsse bsse-Jll
Jll bsse-Jll lwe the bsU, which goes
through. If th runner hadn't
ed. the thlr 1
rielded th h.u w.. ut.
ference? George Caras-
Answer: It in 4ii1 ii
H the runner was trying only to
P irom oeing nit, a would go
as a nit. But if the umpire decided
it was deliberate interfcranc h
.1, ,L t
vwuiu du me runner out.
Q. With mM m uaakI -j
third bases and thm 'tmr tiA in
the last of the ninth, the batter
bounces the ball into the stands.
now is tnis scored? Steven Fer
i A. One run wins, so the man
On third base scores and the bat batter
ter batter is credited with a single and
a run batted-in.
:. j 4,
RAINBOW MIXED LEAGUE
Teams Standings WL
Boyd Bros Insurance 14 1
Ebonite ; io 6
itoyai crown Cola io ft
ran American Clippers 7
Carringon Canadians 6 10
Mercuno Jewelers 6 10
U A. HlBh x 11
amoot-Faredes -4 12
Boyd Brothers Insurance onin-
tet insured their top place in the
Rainbow Mixed Bowllni? T
by thrusting aside their nearest ri rivals,
vals, rivals, Pan-American Clippers. Be Before
fore Before the pins were sent up the
Boyd Brothers and Sisters urnr
in. first place by a points margin
oyer PAA Clippers, but when, the
pins were put. away the Boyd ag aggregation
gregation aggregation had a five point advan advantage
tage advantage over PAA, who no longer
occupied the runner up position.
In fact the Clippers were -so
grounded that they are now in
fourth place. Gonzalo Torres an
Insurer posted a big net series of
533 in assisting the BB's getting
tneir xour point clean sween. For
the victims PAA Senor G. Clarke
was the best with 496.
.Royal Crdwn Colas after drop drop-ping
ping drop-ping the first gams became re refreshed
freshed refreshed after indulging in' their
sponsor's,- product, and took- the
next two -games and total, pins
for three points from the Caring Caring-ton
ton Caring-ton Canadianas. Eva Hill f gained
the Royal Crown for her perform
aaee, when he' led'thtTaeft rink rink-era
era rink-era with a net 504,: nosing out her
better half Howard who settled
with a 491,' For tha smooth Car-
rlngtoh's Canadians. "Berhie Hal
,3nan had the1 best set in this match,
!. strong 510, -
Ebonites and Mercnrios Jewe
ers put en a humdinger of a bat
tie. Although the Ebonite Torna Tornadoes
does Tornadoes rolled to a clean sween nt
four points, they. gained the secik
ond game by 3 pins, and t he he-third
third he-third game by 2 pins. Ebonite Joe'.,'
Sullivan had a nw 525 set, follow- -ed
closely by his teammate Bill'.
Gonzales with 504.
i In the ladies section of t n a f
line lineup it was practically a'4
toss Up, Min Morehouse had a
492 anu Nancy Gonzales one pin
less. For the Mercurio Jewelersi
Jack Mappin came up with anoth
er sterling game a 517 set,, and
trailing jck was rlill Gailahair
with a net 503. The lady gems of
the JewoJers, Kilty Gailahair had
a a and Judy Bryant with a 457.
' In the scrap to keep out of the
bottom of the league,- C. A, High'
ana smoot, rareaes. the latter su-
to solrismen and lassies are now
on the bottom, when, they dropped" ?"i
3 Doinls. Thu mmniaoA n-.
I vent n shutout by winning the last
game by 9 pins. CA. -High with
Victor and.Nita, Bough, John .To-i
land and his wife Theresa and the
oddman, E arlBlevins, all hitting
oddman. Ear Blevins, all hitting
Smoot-Paredes.. Only in the last
game did the automen get going
and had a 869.
.-. f ,i.
NEW YORK (NEA) The
Yankees supply the major leagues
with numerous ballplayers, but
have most generously distributed"
Despite the shortage of top-flighfr"
receivers, if is interesting to note
that no less than six on other clubs j
were developed by and drew pay-
checks from the World Champions j
or their farm- clubs. ;
They are'Gus Triandos of the J
Orioles.- the White Sox' Sherman
Lollar, the Senators Lou Berber-
et and Uint t;ouney and the
Cubs' Charley Silvera. Meanwhile,'
three good ones i the incompar- j 1
anie ogi eerra, Piston wowara
and Darrell Johnson.
...... .. .mm.6'.u-i a-.:..-.--
IF YOU'RE TIRED.
. of turning acrewg with.
A kitchen knife
. .:. of turning; huta, with
. . of cutting wire with
.'.-or 'usiar tools f
and buy the high quality, tough.
loaf Usting tools you seed for doing your work right t
PAN AM A AUTO, S. A.
. Ke. 45 Jesi Fee. de la Ossa Ave,-
Bos: 1913, Panama Tela. -5l 3-4JS4
re it no relief available ether ventilation alone is a help and acy-'bUstering day
one caa manage it without the
doubts the inexperienced may
have of probing.
A spot of shade is a little thing,
but a db will be thankful for it
and for the cooling effect of shad
ed water on his hot tongue:
A email square f wet-down dirt
or grass against which be can fool
the blood in the large vessels ef his
abdomen tr pressing his belly to
the damp ground Is always wel
come. U is for such damp earth
that dags dig In summer until
some have underground chambers
in which they caa keep cool.
Peace and quiet in a shaded,
place apart from his proverbial en-!
is aa a oog waets e a
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SATURDAY, JULT 1951
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22. opposite I'll Panama Hetal."
FOR RENT: For 3 to 6 months,
modern furnished three-bedroom
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borhood. neighborhood. Call 3-5692.
FOR RINT:2-badroom ehelet,
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M 3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
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Rahbow Cily Group
Tha Cosmopolitan Handicraft
Club of Rainbow City held a pro-
tram ana social eeieDraung' its
sixth anniversary at its headquar
ters last' Saturday evening. The
officers-elect lor the July June
term were installed. L, C. Jol Jol-liffe
liffe Jol-liffe was master of ceremonies for
the occasion and he -also perform perform-ad
ad perform-ad the introduction ceremony
The program consisted of songs,
toasts by representatives of con contemporary
temporary contemporary organizations, a report
on activities by the club's secre secretary,
tary, secretary, an address! by the newly-installed
president and the recita recitation
tion recitation of Cosmopolitan," an acros acrostic
tic acrostic written by John A. Wilcox.
The invocation and benediction!
ware pronounced by .Rev. John
A. Spalding of the Church of St.!
Mary the Virgin. He also gave an
Those taking the oath of office
Be on the lookout for
Monday's edition of this
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FOR RENTS f Cool, furniihad
,prtmant on Via Porraa No.
M9f bosido s Roosevelt Theater,
ovorlookinf SAS Commissary. For
FOR RENT: 2-badroem apart apartmant,
mant, apartmant, living-dining room, bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, kitchon, porch and ga garaga
raga garaga in Vista JHermosa. Phono
FOR RENT) Furnished apart apartmant,
mant, apartmant, 2 bedrooms, living "room,
dining' room, maid's bathroom,
scroenad, hot water Installation!
garaga. Manual Maria Ycasa
Ava., "Cristina" Blog., $140.
Inquire 8th Street No. 5-30.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
bathroom, light,- gai, telephone,
$70, furnished. 172 Sabanas,
rear of Fire Station. Inquire 8th
Street No. 5-30. Phono 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
one bedroom, large living-dining
room, garage, hot water, maid's
bathroom. "J" Street, El Cangre Cangre-jo,
jo, Cangre-jo, No. 2, $85 Inquire 8th St.
No. ,5-30. Phono 2-2718.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apartment,,
ment,, apartment,, building, recently built,
facing "Colegie Javier" on 3rd
Street, Perejil, $70. Inquire 8th
Street No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR. RENT Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartmant, living room,
dining room, two bedrooms, stevo
and refrigerator. 43-64 Bella
, FOR RENT: Apartmant, 1 bed
room, with aaa view, very cool,.
Uruguoy Street No,
FOR RINTi Completely fur fur-siisbed
siisbed fur-siisbed one bedroom modem
apartmant, garaga, 168 Via Bal Bal-iaario
iaario Bal-iaario Perraa.
iFOR yfUNTi Beautifully fur fur-f
f fur-f niahed modem one bedroom
Naaartment in El Cangreje. Call
FOR RENT! Cool, furniihad
apartment, $90. 5 let St. No. 30.
Call 3-2097 or 3-7069.
were Velta1 Lows, president: An
na MoCalla, vice-president; Ina
Hamlin, secretary; Felicia Ever Ever-ing,
ing, Ever-ing, assistant secretary; Eudora
J? orde, treasurer: ins Redman.
business manager and Wilhelmina
Organizations represented were
Starlight Crochet Club, Club Juve-
nial "X," Club Los Altivos, Christ
Church Sewing Circle, Golden
Needle Crochet Club, Trinity Meth Methodist
odist Methodist Crochet Club, Women's Aux-iliary-C.I.O.,
Atlantic Army Moth Moth-er'a
er'a Moth-er'a Society, St. Mary's Women's
Guild and the Women's Industrial
After the program dancing was
enjoyed by members and guests
and refreshments were served.
The following evening members
attended divine service at the
Bethany Baptist Church in Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City where they were wel welcomed
comed welcomed by the. pastor. Rev. David
A. Morgan, w n o congratulated
them and asked God's blessing
on them and their charitable work.
kX?l,T.0U AD. wTnrbNB OP OUR AGENTS OB OUR OFFICES AT 13-S7 -H" KTREET, PANAMA-J UBRER1A PRECIADO T Street No. 13 AGENC1AS
INTERNAL. DE PUDUCACIONESNo. 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO-Cenlral Ave. 45 LOURDE9 PHARMACY 1S2 La Canasquilla CARMACM LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 28 "B" Street, MOBRI80N 41h of July Ave. & i St. o LEWIS SERVICE Ate. TlvoU Km 4 FARMACIA ESI ADOS UNIDOS 149 Central Ave.
FABMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue a) HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. de la- Ossa Ave. No. 4 1 F OTO DOMY Juste Arnsemena Ave, and 33 St FARMACIA
VAN-DER-JIS 58 Street No. S3 0) FARMACIA EL BATURRQ Parqua Lefevre I Street FARMACIA "9AS" Via Porras 111 NOVEOADES ATHIS Beside
the Bella Vista Theatre. ii'.hT r ,-,"' n i -.'.,- ;
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford, 27,000
miles, one owner. Perfect condi condition.
tion. condition. Discount for cash. Will ac accept
cept accept exchange for older car, In Inquira
quira Inquira personally, Tiveli Avenue
No. 21-A-24, Apartment 7, of office
fice office hours.
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford V-S
2-door Fairlanc, ww, radio,",
other accessories, undarcoated.
Can be financed. Will sacrifice,
leaving. Call Kobba 8141.
FOR SALE 1954 Dodge 2-dr.
Station Wagon, aix-cylinder, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, 2100 miles,
$1400. Coco Solo 554, after 4
p.m. or office 652.
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford Victo Victoria,
ria, Victoria, excellent condition, 24,000
miles, $995. Call Balboa 2441.
FOR SALE: 1948 Celiac, duty
paid, good condition, good tires.
Call 2-3181 or see Lochner,
FOR SALE: 1953 red fc black
Buick Special Hardtop Converti Convertible.
ble. Convertible. Balboa 1993 or 4177.
FOR SALE: 1954 Plymouth
Station Wagon' with overdrive,
excellent condition. Best offer.
FOR SALE: 1951 Ponriac 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, 6-cylindor, radio, $500.
Phono 3-4465 or 2-0587.
MUST SELL: 1956 Forder
Mainline 6-cyl., 10,000 miles,
$1700 cash or finance. Call Bal.
1601 or 0779-K Williamson
Place. Leaving for States.
FOR SALE: 1952 Buick Super
Hardtop, very good .condition.
Price $595. 2-1872.
MUST SELL: 1950 Oldsmobile
Convertible, excellent condition.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, SiA.
Packers Shippers tAevort'
Phones 22451 -.1-1562.
I Learn Riding at -',
PANAMA RI0IN8 SCH.OOJL
Riding Jumping Clsisas daily-.
3 to '5 p.m. Phono J2-251
e ky aopointent.
Gibraltar Life Jus. Co.
for rates and information
TeL Panama -0552
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. Pan. 2-1661
"Sltas Yeoe flffnro down"
MeLevy Machines, Massage
Steam Bath eaale and. female
Medical belts, erta braces.
5 At. Josto' Areesmeea S-M17
Dr, SCBOIX trained CUropodist
Obsequies fo Be
Funeral services for Clarence
Cowan, 48-year-old Costa Rlcan,
who was drowned Irrjnan Diaz
Rlr oa th roorth of July, will
be Held tomorrow at -the Pueblo
Nuero Cemetery The cortege
f Visit. Our
C A M E R A
I ... ask for Bill
I I. L. Maduro Jr.
Aerees B Baoce Maelenal
i win leave santo Tomas morfue
' at 4 pjn.
Mr. Cowan la survived by his
brother Iran; three slaters, Vlda
Campbell, Alberta Stone of San
Jose, Costa Rica, Hortensla
Smith, also. of. San Jose, and
several nieces and nephew
FOR SALE: 1956 Montelair
- Mercury Hardtop. Reasonable;
24-inch TV R.C.A. Phone 3-v
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayco blocks, 4" x 12" x 12".
They are economical, light and
do not crack, $123.20 per thou-
sand. Clayco 6 :Alfareria, S. A.,
Via Espana No. 37-48. Phone:
FOR SALE:- Registered Cocker
Spaniel pups, 5 weeks old. Call
Pedro Miguel 4-601.
"TECHO" BRAND PRIME QUA.
LITT ZINC SHEETS 36 BG
2' x 6', special galvanized finish:
$1.25 per SHEET. "PAN AMER-
ICAN CONTRACTORS, INC.'V
6th Street, Parqua Lefevre, Tels.
3-5471, 3-6707 or "LA IM IM-PORTADORA
PORTADORA IM-PORTADORA SELECTA", H St.,
FOR SALE: 17" TV set, 15 cu.
ft. deep freeze, dehumidif ier,
1947 Plymouth 4-door sedan.
FOR SALE: Colombian Turpial
(bugle-birl), wonderful, whis-i
ties 5 tunes, learn many others.
Via Espana 2019, third houso.t
before Los Angeles Garage.
FOR SALE: PIPER Tri-Pacer,
rebuilt, perfect. Paitilla. Miran Miran-da.
da. Miran-da. HUDSON Wasp. 1952, 4-dr.
Hydramatic, radio, A-1, $600.
REFRIGERATOR, 60-cycle, 8 8
eu. ft. No rust. $100. Plato'
CAMERA. 4.5 Skopar, dxb, press
back, 3 cfh. $30. Curundu 83 83-5196.
5196. 83-5196. FOR SALE: Household articles:
. bar, work bench, tool cabinet,
.desk,:, kitchen cabinet, redwood
blino's, kitchon clock, 2 5 -cycle
8" fan, 25-cycle motora 12,
..13, 14-hp.' House 2602-B,
Cocoli. Phono Navy 1164.
FOR SALE: Completely new
cannery installed recently to can
fruit and vegetables. v Splendid
h,- PPorrunlfy. v Call
7069 tr 3-2097.'
. OR SALB: Am...
freezer, ) 4 ft,, excalleri'
OR SALE- R.,rt,4 Co'ekor
Spaniel, '7 wooka old, blond an4
whito wlrth. tan -spots.,, il29-IY
6th St., Apt. D.-Xurundir. ','
ANNAPOLI S A P POINTEE
Richard Nqrfs Ryan, son of
Capt. and Mrs. Thomas P. Ry Ryan
an Ryan of the US Naval Reserva Reservation,
tion, Reservation, Ft.. Amador, recently re received
ceived received an appointment to the
Naval Academy, Annapolis,
Md. Ryan, a resident of the
Canal zone for 22 months, re-;
cedved a presidential competi competitive
tive competitive appointment to the Naval
Academy, He is a graduate of
Flour Bluff High School, Cor Corpus
pus Corpus Christl, Tex., and the CZ
Junior College where he ma-
Jored in engineering.
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! A trklv fealUtle' and authentic ttorr e)f a vlatoaa In
combat. In the Korean War,l"MKN IN WAR" "OPENS ON
WEDNESDAY lth AT THE CENTRAL, sUrrlnt Robert
Ryan anil Aid Ray. The picture easts a share) but rem-,
passionate lhjht on tb loyalties. Ideals and bitter conflict
f officers and enlisted men ander. extreme stress. Don't
miss it, AT THE CENTRAL. ;
FOR SAH: Tappan gat stove,
'4 burners, oven", $50. Call 3-
1039..- : x'"
FOR SALEv-6-ft. refrigerator,
"Sears," $85,' good condition.
-Box 52, Curundu, C.Z. s
FOR SALE; Air conditioner, 25
cycles, 'it -hp., good condition.
Call Balboa 158S.
.FOR SALE: Neeehi sawing ma machine.
chine. machine. Call 3-1017 or 3-6606.
FOR SALE: Glider, innerspring
, cushions, cbU springs, Minar Minar-"
" Minar-" .spring mattress double,- mahog-:-
any rocker,': night tableau refrig-
orator, books, miscellaneous ar-'
'. tides. 720-A, Prad'o. Phone Bal Bal-,
, Bal-, boa 4234. f 1
FOR SALE: Finest household
v furniture, -..excellent condition:
Easy washing machine $275;
Tappan range $250; Ascott wa water
ter water hooter $75; studio couches, ;
lamps, chairs, desks.' Weekdays,
after 4 p.m. All day Saturday and
Sunday. Capri ApartVnants No. 4,
Catle F, El Cangrejo. ;
FOR SAL: Automatic, .washing.',
machine, ironer with chair. Call
FOR SALEj. Household furni furniture.
ture. furniture. Inquire second ihouie pfter
No. 5, Apartment 2.' Telephone
3-4306. V," v;
FOR SALE: Mahogany custom
'..built Hi-Fi and radio ;eomb w w-record
record w-record cabinet $425? -settee,, Ig.
;chaif, stool $20; baby, bed (.Kid (.Kiddy
dy (.Kiddy Koopf $15,' baby hi-chair
$10; Argus C-3 $25. Call Bal.
1601 or 0779-K Williamson
. Place. Leaving for States.'
Selected as the Caribbean Air'
Command's "outstanding air airman"
man" airman" for' 1957M-Sgt.'Eugen
S.'SommervUle; head of ; the-
section of the .caire Muitary,
lAffiliated Radio S e r:v te r
(MARS), will be the guest .of
the Air Force Association at its
annual convention starting Ju,
ly 30 in Washington. Each ma major
jor major command of the U.S. Air,
Force will; be. represented by
an outstanding airman at the
nation's capital. A veteran of;
14 years of service, Summer Summer-vllle
vllle Summer-vllle was born in Anaheim,
Calif., and has been assigned'
to CAirC since November,'
1955. (USAF Photo)
FOR BETTER, .
USED CARS t
UNICAR, S. A. t'i
1 -Agency: I
The bast -dinners and drinks
are served m our modern air air-conoitioneet
conoitioneet air-conoitioneet cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel Internacional "Pla "Pla-is
is "Pla-is 5 do Mayo.
Tired of the rbnarouod with, your
present electrical appliances re repair
pair repair service, fty LOW. S.A.,
phone 3-5411 for good service.
All work guaranteed'. ". :
For fast .efficient repair service
on all outboard motors and 2 2-eyela
eyela 2-eyela engines. Call LOWi, S.A.,
phone 3-5411, all work guaran guaranteed.
teed. guaranteed. A 'v .1
Remember to call, Panama
2-46 IS U.S. Television for fast,
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Boats: one 23-ft.
steel hull double end'erj one 18 18-ft.
ft. 18-ft. wood tiull,:25-hp. Universal
motors. Boats need work; $550
tor both. Call Balboa 2-3578.
FOR SAL!: l4-f h -.i.uT
trailer ,d ,wo 1 0-hP. outboard
i-T7 i rone 1 Balboa
$f. Peler's Holds
The" Woman's AuxJHarv nf Rtl
a wiuicu in jja uoca WllJ-
make a monthly corporate com communion
munion communion tomorrow. Other women
or tne parish- are invited to
commune with the group.
" The communion service be begins
gins begins at 7 a.m. and will be a cho choral
ral choral celebration,. : with' the Rev.
Roger H. Greene Dffioiating.
Churfh School 'will take place
aftef morning oraver at fl: and
parents are asked to send Dut
nieir ,cnuaren m time for. the
' -One of the lay readers will con conduct
duct conduct evening prayer atiSCj
AT THE BEST PRICES. iv
DODGE lSSoor Kingsway,;'
PLYMOUTH 1956 2-door "Belvedere,"
. 2-tone, 8-cylinder, white sidewall tires; St
plastic covers, radio and other extras.
' big opportunity: 2100.00
HILOIAN11956 4-door, new tires,
low mileage, like new. ;
- 1 BARGAIN ..
FORD 1954 4-door, "Customline," new up up-V
V up-V holstery; -white sidewall tires, completely z i
":..'. examined.'.' .. '.-
J 1 FOR ONLY ... 1450.00
FORD -1953 "-door, ,"Gist6mline,,, complete- ,.
i ly examined, 2-tone," white sidewall tires, ; 1
:...' leather upholsteryi - V
. : ; .. ONLY .......... "950.00
WANTED: Stenographer, bl-"
. lingual, experienced, good spell speller,
er, speller, Columbia Pictures, Eusebio A.
REAL BARGAIN Large three-
bedroom house on concrete col columns
umns columns and extra rental house en enlarge
large enlarge 766 meter lot; Radio City,:
only $4500 cash. PATTERSON,
NOW. OR NEVER: Only $544
v, down, "$28 -monthly one-bed-
- room concrete chalet," city water
r. and light, 10th St., Rio Abajo.
. PATTERSON, 3-1114, No, 15,"
last 36th St.
' FOR SALE: Enough land to in in-.'
.' in-.' vast and sell lots, retire, near
' Racetrack, 4500 meters;' nice
.two-bedroom house, ali tor $11, $11,-500
500 $11,-500 with small down payment,
' PATTERSON, 3-11 14.
FOR SALE: Small. Finca on
Highway, Pilon.' Attractive price.
Call 543-L or 456-L, Colon, Mr.
MstMMsaWSSsataa ' WsWWIUIWlWfHIlWvV
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$M....-$r X$ -I
LT. COti Albert C. Davis (left), Q-2, U.S. Army Caribbean, con con-gratulstes
gratulstes con-gratulstes Lk Col. Louis B. Trevathan (rights former com
t manding 6fflcer,research unit; TUAmadfiirYupon the latter't
' receiving the first Oak Leaf Cluster ta the Commendation Rib Rib-v
v Rib-v bon lri ceremonies" held recently.-at Amador'-prior to Treva Treva-.
. Treva-. than's departure from tbe command. Davies made the pres presentation
entation presentation in rbehalf of Madden, -Thomas L,JJarrold, command commanding
ing commanding "feenerah-UA-Arniy t'arlbeanr Prior to-hU reporting to his
new assignment 4at"Headouarter,.'Thlxd;Amiy, Fort Mcpher Mcpherson
son Mcpherson Ga... Trevathan will attend the -Command and General
jFJtaff School ,rort Leavenworth, Karu Army Photo)
ramo,' 2-tpne, new tires. ;
ASK: FOR SGOTT
LOT. Noi 2
OPPOSITE COGV-COLA PLANT
APPLICATIONS being taken for
restaurant employes at Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton NCO Club from S a.m. to I
1 p.m. -daily. Cooks, waitresses,
cashiers,' busboys. No telephone
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Toonagera Protoons
Balboa 2"-423, Harnett and
Punn. j ,v"
. ALCOHOLICS AXONYMOUJ
, t V DRAWER A,V DiABLO
' BOX, 1211, CRISTOBAL, CX
Need anything front the U.S. in
a hurry? Call LOWES.A., phono
3-54 II. Wo will hart it here in
: less than; a week; Our charges
.10, of total cost.
DortT miss' this week's game. See
it on a RENTED TV. Nominal
fee. onryji Call 2-2374.
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t Shown left to right are Ambassador Julian Harrington, M rs, Ernesto 1 de la Guardla, president Ernesto de la Ouardia,
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ENJOYING A CHAT are Police Chief Bolivar vallarino, Thomas
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Boys 12; Girls 12 :
Twentyfbur' babies were1' born
at 1 Oorgas Hospital during:, the
week ending at midnight Mon-
aay, ; according to tne regular
hospital i report;' During that
same period 189 patients were
admitted and 195 were dis discharged.
Olrl babies were born to the 1
following parents: MSgt. and
Mrs. o. u. cavis, rt. KODoe, Bf
3 and Mrs. R. E. Edinger. Pan
ama City; SSgt, and Mrs. R. A.
Garcia. Locona; Mr. and Mrs, L.
C. parris, Panama City: Mr. and
Mrs.; pr P.iKuyOth,'- 'ioV Rloa;
Mr. and.Wrs. ; J Dahiel, L
Boca; Mr. and Mrs. M.,lVA
ender. jQamboa:' Xt: and Mrs. B.
Rosales, Far FaA SP-3 and Mrs.
Jf T. Shaw;Panama:clty;,CW.O.
and Mrs. L. E: SmltifrFt. Xobbe;
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LADIES in a festive mood
Mrs. Julian Harrington, Mrs
foSSwtoeS tefec! 0,BV'1!-,0 nd Panama's First LadyMrsNercede.
scnneiaer, Ft. KOBDe;, -Uv anos ;.,'; -Mrs.
L. H. Sims, FtJ Aniadof ; I-; f i ''
Ait la Ouardia.?
Mr. and "Mrs. L. Ll.Jenrlch,
Oamboa: Mr. and Mrs. H RIl
Terry, cocou; iBgi. ino.ws.
O. f: Wise. Albrook A F.B. r-SP-
3 and Mrs. E. E. Barthell, Pan
ama City; SP-a and Mr. Hi, W.
Elledge, Ancon; Mr. and Mr.
a, iaurie, uaraooa; er-j nu
Mrs. R. K. .Matthews, Oamboa; l
Mr. and Mrs.'. A. 6. Parchment,1! V
ranama vity; oi o sua nars. u
H. Zlmmermanf, Los" Rios; and V
Mr. ana Mrs. u. d. js. argenu
Panama .City. :,
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0 0 (TODAY) -"i-wi.
THE TWO MOST PPFCTCTTIAR MOTION.'
rlCTTTRES OF THE SFASflN'
r y iiiun i u 1 jr f rt
JAKARTA. Indonesia, July
(UP) prince Mangknnegoro's
pet python escaped from its cake
today and made lis way to the
kitchen. Servants shot the 12-
foot snake and boiled it for din dinner
ner dinner not knowing It .was a palace
I $ 47 7:5 : 1:05' 3, 3:18,- 5:57 : 3:47
Weather Or : Not 1 1 a
LISTENING rNTEVTLT to what Is being said, U Dick Dehlinger (left) wbUe the V&' Am Am-bassador,
bassador, Am-bassador, Julian Harrington. Thomas X. Oglesby and Panama's President Ernesto da la rjuar-
This weather resort for the.
24 hears ending 8 a.m. today,
ia -prepared ky the Metearele-,.
-caJ and Hydregraehie
Branch f the Panama Canal
Company i :-
'-'? Balboa CrisUbal
TEMPERATUKE : "'tAV. J
High ...i... it-'- ,M
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HUMID ITT:; ?
High Hi --v
LeWo. 81 83
wind:' ? "Jii"-'.
(max. wpk) KW-18 KI-n'
RAIN (tachM) ;
WATER TEMP: 1 j-
(inner harWt) 84 84
'. SCNDAT, JCLT T .
AVT win t V "emM-
tc is uicht unri
kKd at any ether theatre "- f
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I ft PASSES ARE NOT VALID!
i-'ss c-J trj gz. j gzui t a raa tsa'gza'gzri r i i n t
3, Cia, Jr. chat Informally,. . ; -..