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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
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daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Argentina,

Interrupt' delations
In Rift Over Perpn

" BUENOS AIRES, ialy I (UP
Argentina and Venezuela "inter
rupted; diplomatic relations yes-
that, former dictator Juany. i'e i'e-ron
ron i'e-ron is using. Venezuela s a base
for efforts to overtbrow tne Argen
tine government. 1
' Gen.. Carlos Toranzo -Montero.
IhA Areentinr Ambassador tOvVe
nezuela, war scheduled to fly
here today from Panama,-.where
he arrived. om Caracas yeswr
dav after the Venezuelan govern
ment ordered him out of tii coun
try. '- .. i 1 4
v Venezuela declared T p r a n 1 0
Montero persona non grata two
i days after ordering Dr. Atilano
Carnevady its ambassador to Ar Argentina,
gentina, Argentina, to return 'to Caracas.
. Argentina Foreign Minister .Al
fonso to la if errere saiet aipioma aipioma-tic
tic aipioma-tic relations; withi Venezuela had
been 'interrupted. Diplomatic -cb
servers here said interruption is
just a', step short of ji.; complete
Dream. - 1 i
Toranzo Montero ...delivered 1
rote to Venezuelan authorities Ju July
ly July 4 in which he charged Peron
violated his asylum in Venezuela
t v planning a coup against the
1 -i';n provisional government.
J jevr, Venezuelan-President
!" i-cos j 'err z J'mcnez told news news-,
, news-, ,:- 1 ,r:r' had !"-
!"3"S .1.
1 .jef I
L-.-i.itt hia at
sive to tiie dig;
Toranzo Mori!
s i r v.tilo .t
iie coi try
4 01. were 'Wen
tv t,' the nation."
ro told:. Unite
Pre-? in Tanai
a last r:gni ne
pre? u?a oocum cnia.ro we vene-
ruelan foreign ministry con iiung
"overwhelming proof P r n is
leading sabotage 'and subversive
acts from Caracas which for the
C!::il:$ 7. Cuio
D;:s M CoCb Solo
JMWi
' 'r Chafle. W". Burke an Amer American
ican American employ of the Navy Pub Pub-h
h Pub-h lie Worka Department a Coco
(iolb, died yesterday at 4:40Kp.m.
" it the coco Solo Hospitals He
was ,55 years old. .-,:
.:, Mr. Burke; long-tlmi rea-
ident of Colon- had been a pa pa-..
.. pa-.. tient at the 1 hospital since April
?i 23k. He was born in Depere, WU WU-'
' WU-' consin, and- had been employed
I by- the; Navy since 193 as a
" leadingmaAi plumber. ; ;-4
4 ;-4 He is survlyed by his wife, Mrs.
V tSantltos Borke of 1 Col6n. No
funeral aeryjees have been aet
as yet.- r 1 'f :. ..

Poacher Charged In Assault
On AP'WIth Deadly Weapon
- .1 ' -V"";. ..'I "' S" :.

"ktt Alb rook Alf Policeman said
today he escaped serious injury
when he was. rescued by. a corn-
' panlon sentry. Just as a trespass,
er In the Jungle area tt Albrook
. tried to strike hlpj.wito. n axe.
He had been trying to arrest the
man whom he caught cutting
down a 'mahogany tree."
In Balboa Magistrate's Court
today the defendant, Andres Aa Aa-prilla,
prilla, Aa-prilla, a Colombian, told the
Judge that he merely hugged
the AP whilf flourishing his axe,
to prevent the arresting police policeman
man policeman from shooting him with hU
revolver., AsprtUa was charged
with assault with ft deadly weap weapon
on weapon .4 i ...... ......
Asprllla slid he went down' en
his hands and Tenets and plead pleaded
ed pleaded with the airman aot to kill
Mm for the take of his two chil children.'
dren.' children.' ',- it. -- V V-The
The V-The armed sentry, ggt. John
Utaneil, however, tesUfied that
AspriUa struck out at him with
a long-handled axe arid wres-i
tied on the ground with him try try-lnr
lnr try-lnr to pull the policeman's club
from its acathard before anoth-j
er sentry came to the rescue. -Pleadlne
that be did not know
it was a restricted area, AsprUla
said that a man am' to him
and offers him work. Then b,.
was ip1 to the area Just behind
the Altrook Air Force base aod

' told to cu; cown a tree vhich'Ancon and set bail at 1500,

mrnki

Venezuela

Argentine people may 0 1 1
WnnH
He said he left Caracas so quick
ly, he did not know his country
merely "interrupted" diplomatic
relations with Venezuela witnout
breaking them off completely, .
"In .Venezuela '. the : oeoDle do
not know the Argentine version of.
this affair, he said 'It is a ceun ceun-try
try ceun-try ruled by a dictatorship which
has no freedom of the press."
Drunk Who Venlod
"Cuppa Caivfee' 6cl$
FrcrModln Jail ;i
, A Panamanian, who wanted to
quench his thirst after drink
ing "seco" all day picked on the
wrong; guy to ask for a dime.
Jose pinzon staggered, j down
the Steps of tht) Tivoli v Quest
House yesterday afternoon' and
said he decided to ask anyone
who looked as If he had money
for ten cents 'to buy a cup of
coffee,
T'v tar-l Can! 7w ?
for Ui ? t t .S' j,ro...pt.iy
t 1 L;:o .l ah booked to.
r. 1 4iarge of i4itoxic-Jon 4
-This morning; in Ealboa Mag-
lstrate's Court, the 61-year-old
defendant who "told the JUdgre
he was sick and unemployed,
pleaded guilty to. the charge,
He said: i"AU I wanted was a
cup of wifee,"i-;..yfVjf.y.,
ou'rdict .:-betterthan
replied; the Judge, ."you
tree meal while 4n Jail."
that'
got
ue nnea rinzon sxu.
-How ..Pinzon had found his
way up the Guest House stairs
after an all-day seco binge was
not expiainea. v
Five-Year-OId vf
Falls From Tree H
An American boy who fell
from a tree along La Boca Road
was-in Gorgas. Hospital today
for observation of possible head
injuries f''n ..v-u-..
' He la David Rogers,' five-year-old
eon of Benjamin Rogers, a
teacher for Florida' State University:'."'--
-;
-Davia fen rrom a tree near
their residence at house 798-B
in Balboa, and struck his fore forehead
head forehead on the concrete sidewalk.
Hospital officials report his con condition
dition condition 1 not serious, v
obviously ad been cleared for
CUttinff fTh urtlnn 1. lmnam
as the C15 Road, Track S, near
me vurunau.Kiver).
. MancU said he had been em a
rentlne patrol with another j
policeman assigned to Invest!- j
gate the Illegal catting f ma-
gey trees in the area. : .. I
- They separated when they
heard the echo of axe blows,, in
order to approach the spot, from
opposite directions.
MancQ walked ton a rive bed
saw a trail and then up a hill'
wnere ne noucea the defendant
chopping away at a tree. His
feet Ungled In thick under-1
growth, but he ordered the man.
at gun-point to come out The
man struck out with his axe at
MancU as he came out.
The ten try said they tangled
a the greaad and that his
pistol west eft twice. His yells
far help samaeed thjatTn-
" try's eompanlwa te. the ecene.
The sergeant trtodXojtear the
defendant loose, but he still
had held of Mancirs band. Fi Finally,
nally, Finally, the retcwer scbdned As AsprtUa
prtUa AsprtUa by a blew em the' head
with the batt f his plsteL
The incident occurred at t:-
) a.M. Satarday

Today Balboa Magistrate Judge'Tte CnTgrrdeV
Demlng bound the case over for 0044 Fahrenehit) last night,
t-tal in VA.- District Cour t at, nortar ?iv no d-taila on her

Abnormal Storm
Weakens, But
Weathermen Vary
MIAMI. Julv 8 (UPl-Weath.
ermen said today an abnornf al
thunderstorm area in the uuu oi
Mexico appeared to he weaken
ing.
v A forecasted said the supicious
area was "very far from" devel
oping into a tropical storm,
"But we're still watching it;
he said.'
The area of abnormal thunder
storm activity was located in the
central Gulf about 200-300 miles
southwest of New Orleans and was
moving westward.
', The weather bureau received re reports
ports reports frpm ships in the vicinity
that skies were overcast but that
there was no rn, indicating the
disturbance was weakening, offi
cials said.
Navy planes were put on
"standby basis yesterday in case
it: became necessary to fly into
the area. But weathermen said so
far no planes had been ordered
into tne storm area. v v
'lleina d:l Pacilico'
Piles Up On Reef
Oubide Bermuda ; j
1 LIVERPOOL, July 8 (UP
The British luxury liner Relna
del Paciflco crashed into a reef
off Bermuda todayr lt ownert
reported. -
5- ' '
Tfie Tipadquarterj oTt'-' T.
fic Etevn Nav!rratlonCo. report
ed here that a brief radio report
from the 17,873-ton liner's cap captain
tain captain did not indicate there was
any major danger. h t
No further details were avail-
One inofficial reporfi reaching
London from "Bermuda-said the
shlo was "listing badly."
. ThrReina del v paciflco was
bound for Liverpool from Chile
with aboufe 700 passengers a-board.-
It left Havana, Cuba on
July and was due here July j8.
Ford and Company, Balboa a-
gents for the Relna del pacm pacm-co,
co, pacm-co, said,' the ship transited the
Canal i northbound late last
month. She carried no isthmian
nassensrers.:' '?''Ci"-
. The Reina is a familiar sight
in canal i Zone waters. She
makes; a number of trips eacn
year between the United King Kingdom
dom Kingdom and 'ports on the west coast
otSouot America, s -
Churchill Has
Optimistic Word
For Soviet Russia
TTPRii Winston Churchill said
here yesterday that Soviet Rus Russia
sia Russia "will aim at taking her part
in this board and easy composi
tion of the human race.
Ths former uriusn rnme mu
ister, making a speech st, a gar-
tn ff in m nome consuiucntr,
said, "I do not suggest that Rus Russia
sia Russia desires war.
Oa the contrary, i mms
moving toward a, different state
of ffir-"
affairs."
tn nn at hit few oronuncements
tha world situation since re
tiring as Prime Minister, Sir Win
ston said: ,.
t mhmiit ffir aur achieve
ment in developing unassisted
the hydrogen weapon is a neipiui
-I believe that the weight of
evidence lie qn the side of those
who believe the effect of tests on
th -present scale to be negligible
from the health point of view.
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-TV :
I 0tUlimi
Granddaughter :
In Milan Hospital
SAN EEMrt. Italy; July t
TUP) Seriously injured Wanda
Horowitt, -year-old cranddaught-
er ti lata- Maestro Arturo Tosca-
nini was flown by helicopter te a
Milaa hospital today. - i
Tbe flight hid been postponed
12 hours because Of a su-Men turn!
for the worse in Mi Horowitz's
condition yesterday. The girl, eer-j
iously mjuret' in a traffie accident;
near but June Sdi, suffered an at-:
tack of pneumonia, and her tern
i condition Uus morning.

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SAME POLICY. "ONLY BETTER'--Nlkolal Schvernik (right, faclnr eamera). a new member of

the Presidium of the Soviet Communist Party, talks- with U.S.' Charge d'Aff aires Richard
Davis, during a party at the American Embassy in Moscow. Presidium member Anastas Mlko-.
yan (left, facing camera) chats with an unidentified guest. In answer to American reporters',
questions, Mikoyan announced that the purge of top Communist leaders would leave Soviet

policy vine same as oeiore, only

OUSTEFROM TOP SOVIET POSTS-JOadio Moscow announced thi ouster of ouf Soviet lead lead-f1
f1 lead-f1 Jr?; top Communist Partycposts, accusing all of ''anti-party" activities. Ousted were (left
to right Georg, Malenkov, V,.M.;Molotov,,Larar Kaganovich" and D. T. Shepilov. The first
three were dismissed from the" Presidium the Communist Party's ruling body. Shepllov was
fired as 'Secretary of the Party's General Committee but remains on the Presidum.

'Unlawful Procedures' Not

Blamed By Senator For LegaL Confusion

WASHiNSTON.4 July t rupy
sen. xiiomai C. Hennings Jr. CD CD-Mo.)
Mo.) CD-Mo.) urged'ernics of the Suoreme
court today to stop denouncine the
u 444U4HI auu uei uiMeau'. wita ine
"unconstitutional a n d unlawful
procedures" cjtedTy the justices
Hennings nHadt the' sfatemeiit
as the court prepared to hear o o-ral
ral o-ral arguments today in the case
of Army specialist William Gir-
ard, charged with kiiung a Joaa-
nese woman in Japan. ; ,
It must .. either support the gov
ernment's contention that Girard
should be tried by a Japanese
court or uphold a lower court
decision to nana over. Girard to
U.S. military authorities.
Henmuts supported recent
court decisions in the field of
individual rights. He saia they
"seem to be supported by the law
and the facts, and to-be within
the framework of the rights and
protections. set forth in. our Con-
sutuuon,"
He said that each of six recent
cases upset security practices
which had sprung up since World
War II and. would froce pouce,
the FBL the military and even
Congress to alter some of taeir
procedures..
Citing the recent Jencks case.
which opened some FBI files to
aertain defendants in federal
criminal cases Hennings recalled
that Attorney. General Herbert
Browneii Jr. said the decision
created "a grave emergency in
law enforcement,"
"What teems to be overlooked
or ignored by most of the court's
detractors,1' he said, "is that if
the practices or procedures of the
government examined -by th e
court in recent cases had been
tailored in the first place to fit
the requirements f ine Constitu Constitution,
tion, Constitution, they would not have been
struck down by the court and no
"grave emergency -in law enforce
ment would now face the nation."
"In other words, it Is not the
Supreme Court that should be
criticized in the present eircum
itanc;s. It it the unconstitutional
and unlawful procedures which
have been permitted to develop
in this country in recent .years
that should be criticized."

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SECOND WEDDING CEREMONY U. S. Army SpecUllst Je
William Girard. whe is accused of shooting te death a Japan Japanese
ese Japanese woman,- whispers to his bride, th former Ham "Candy"
Sueyama, after they were married in religious ceremony at
Camp Whittington, Japan. They were officially wed under Jap Japanese
anese Japanese law en July X, but both decided they wanted a religions
ceremony... t

Indian Premier.
Pays Two-Day
Visit-To Holfand
. VALKEN.BUBG AIRPORT, Hol
land,-July (UP) Indian Pre Premier
mier Premier Jawaharlal Nehru arrived
from London at this airpot near
Leydea today for a two day vis
it to Hol'and.
He flies next Wednesday to

Briodisi, Italy. :

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High Court
1
West Germany
NVori't Abrogqte
Israeli Treaties'
4- -.--
FULDA, Germany, July S (UP)
Foreign Minister Heinrica von
iBretane said today the west Ger
man govern it. ent has ne mtentioa
of chsging its restitutioa trea
ties with Israel despite a threa
tened Jordanian boycott. A ...
"Wt do act intend to do that,'
he said a reply to a news con
ference onestioner. onestioner.-"You
"You onestioner.-"You may be sure we t a 1 i
Bake a friends that way.

LONDON. July 8 (UP)

cow last week may be only

ma snaae-up m me woria or communism,
But even as the abuse continued against the ousted
Soviet leaders, experti were trying to understand exactly
what it meant to a world seeking peace. -
Nikita S.v Khrushchey and Premier Nikolai '.BuIgoV 1
left Moscow today for Czechoslovakia to explain to Ec t
Europeans the ouster of three "old guard' Communict
leaders and their links with the mass purges of the 193Ct
Khrushchev and Bulganin, the indefatigable glot'C
trotters of Communism,; left by plane at 7 a.m. for the r
postponed yisit.;They were to have left last week but po&
poned the trip because of the shakeup of the top Soviet
leadership. , f 1

The two leaders were fresh from
a visit to Leningrad where Khru
shchev leveled the grave new
charges; Saturday aeainst Genrei
MaienKov,- Vyacheslav M. Molotov
and La.ar Kttranevich W'ch.trtfct
jiwyta up ia me, aaoscow press. -.
First iChruahchev accused: Ma-
lenkov, a former prime minister.
witn Being the prime organizer
cin the notorious "Leningrad case"
01 taise arrests and executions.
Then former President Nikolai
Shvernik, now chairman -of the
party control commission that is
responsible for party expulsions,
extended the blame for the pur
ee 01 tne 30 s to moiotov and &a &a-ganovich
ganovich &a-ganovich as well.
He told workers that "viola "viola-tlons
tlons "viola-tlons el revolutionary legality
permitted by Malenkov, Kaga Kaga-novich
novich Kaga-novich and Molotov during th
Jseriod of mass repressions have
been rectified."
Like Khrushchev. Shvernik ac
cused Malenkov of playing a ma major
jor major role in the Leningrad ease
and said all three secretly plotted
to piace tneu men in key posts
and to seize power in the party
and country
snvernu said the Communists
would continue patiently and at attentively
tentively attentively to rectify the errors
generated by the cult of the per personality.
sonality. personality. -an indication of an in
tensified destalinization campaign
accompanied by more lberal le legal
gal legal reforms.
Western observers sad the
Khrushcnev-Bulganin trip to Cze Czechoslovakia
choslovakia Czechoslovakia baa taken on added
significance as result of the dis disgrace
grace disgrace of Maienkov, Molotov and
Kaganovicb and the firing of Dmi
tri Shepilov with them.
Western observers in London
(Continued on Page &.

Dnrm-n Keinnr rVlN I irarr-

Only Witness
A sailor's white hat figured pro prominently
minently prominently today in the case of a
Panamanian bus driver who fac
ed a charge of reckless driving in
addition to driving without a lic
ense.
Police claimed that the defend defendant.
ant. defendant. Ernesto M. Roach. 34, was
driving en Balboa Road Saturday
moraine when a pouce car tried
to make him pull over to tne sine
Twice the bus swerved in aa at
tempt to get away from police. On
a third attempt it pulled out quick quickly
ly quickly front behind the police car and
almost collided with another bus
coming in the opposite direction
Just outside the Limits,
TM Oliver, Sliagee to OS Kaacn
was fmaHy picked vp in Pana Panama
ma Panama city by National Guardsmen
wtere wne ware en the ioekevt
Hr him.
The arresting officer testified
that he had received a call te stop
tha bus because the driver was
known to have bo operaora bH
ense for the Canal Zone. (Roach
has been fined three times on this
eharea nreviously.)
When the policeman picked op
tbe driver's trail outside the Lim
ns, he said the bus eluded sua.
Tbe officer stated: r
"He parsed my car, and another
bus coming in the opposite direc
tion at nght angles with only
inches to spare It was a suracia

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Ths ouroe beaun in M-r

the beginning of 0 far-reach- i

Soviets Say
'0fo: "Ate;-:
Concessions
LONDON, July l (UP.W (UP.W-cow
cow (UP.W-cow Radio served police today the
Soviet Union is not. prepared to
make any more concessions on
disarmament a the five .power
talks underway here.' The state statement
ment statement clouded the talks -with un
certainty. ,s : -.; ,;Xir
Western delegates 'were anxioua
to see whether Soviet defefata v.
lerlan Zorii would mirror the "no
concession" line at today's meet
ing of the UJ. disarmament sub-
.AIMMI44.. . h'
Moscow's warning eould ? meln
a tightening uo of the' whol In.
viet attitude as result of the poli political
tical political upheaval in the Kremlin. If
so, western diplomats said it could
mean postponement of expected
agreement well beyond August, i
me Moscow broadcast .said A A-merican
merican A-merican comment on the cm tin a
of a group of top ranking -members
of the Communist Party lead-
ersnip nia maicaiea a- snut.
Soviet foreign policy was ferttr
coming. TX
But the broadcast said any hopes
the Soviets might make conces concessions
sions concessions were a "rash conclusion.''
It ssid such hopes were intended
to camouflage" the fact that the
State Department's "position of
strength policy faces a crisis."".
I 4 t a, 1
For Alibi
that a bad crash didnt occur,; tha
policeman commented today- r
He added that he saw the -driver
of the first bus was wearing a
sailor's white cap and" hadbeea
told to look for a bus driver wear wearing
ing wearing such a cap. v -
Said the defendant "But there's
millions of drivers who wear sail sailor's
or's sailor's caps." i, ...
Roach claimed H wain t -he
that police were after because he
said that he always gives his bus
ever to another driver at the lim limns
ns limns since he has fto driver's license.
When the Judge asked him the
name-ef this man, he shrugged
and said he didnt know.- -"You're
a iwdoe, and 1 Imew
yew, hot I dent lenew yeur mim,'
tte defendanT ; argued. - -He
eeid ho ..thought It ".was

Do you mean to say yoa would
give your bus over te a mta :
whom you dont know?" sk-f -1
Judge Deming. What if be drives

it away, takes your receipts a-i

never comes back' - f
Oh, he wouldn't do that," 1 ;
Roach confidently. He Insisted t t
ha got off the bus at the Ij- t

and went m to have breakiist a
his brother, who appeared ttrrf
as his only witnesv.
larliar, wn tK Jj-a hit
asked tKa mUHtvlmrt -Na-np pf
IQozx.z.: ; a i'ie f )

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J! Jdantify at tartar writara ia haM in atrictaat canfidaaca.
' j; Thia aawipapar ataumaa ao raipamibility for ttatamanrt ar aaiaiant
Maraataa! ia fattara fre'm raaaart.

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MAIL BOX

Haifa Column
More Or Less
Now and Then

THE HILDY McCOY CASE

V

Your paper carried a rather complete account of Governor

MCMiing' decision in the ceieDraiea nuay Mcoy a uu

jawish r.ouDlA from Massachusetts tried to adopt the a-year-

old of a. catholic unwed mother. Here Is an authentic summary

f the kidnaping that resulted In the Governor of Florida tnumD
in hie unxtv an tn Deak. at Foster Furculo. the Democratic Got

rnor nf Massachusetts who was elected to succeed Christian

Herter, our Assistant Secretary of State.
Writirto- tn Florida adoction authorities, the Mass. Commis

sioner of Public Welfare said that the whole matter hinged on

thi fitness of the Ellises to adopt a cnua. The courts aecwwa

that they were unfit.- myv v
In the first place, the v BOUGHT the baby from Dr. Herman
Sands, who worked at Veterans' Hospital in Boston. This is il illegal
legal illegal Dr. Sands broke the law In offering to dispose of the ba baby,
by, baby, and agai nwhen he exchanged the infant for cash. The pen penalties
alties penalties dealt to him by both the law and members of his profes profession
sion profession were swift and severe. At the time, Hildy was only ten
days old.
Less than a month later, the mother asked to have her child
returned. The matter went to court and the Elllsses" adoption
petition was turned down repeatedly. When it was appealed to
the highest court In the State, the petition was again refused i

nd the coupie were wia to give up me oaoy owe.
That. i whan thev took off for Florida and hid there with

the child for more than two years. As soon as they were discov discovered,
ered, discovered, roster Furculo asked permission to extradite them on the
charge of kidnaping. Collins turned down the request on the
toasis of flimsy legal arguments but very strong emotional per persuasion.
suasion. persuasion. Now the Ellises want to adopt the child in accordance
with the laws of the State of Florida.
Thia fact is often overlooked. The Ellises have never had an

adoption petition approved by any court, and still do not have

iegai custody of tne cnim,

By CRIDI CALHOUN

THI RECENT CRIME ,

WAVE IN TABOCA

Five divs on Tabosa Island, ac

companied by a newspaper man

from Chicago, where crime ii not

unknown and acquaintance wito

the Alcalde, Esteban Chu, gave ma
the opportunity to investigate the

crime wave there. ;::f

First the Alcalde informed ? us

that there were 800 people living

permanently on the island and

that his police force consists of two
Guardias NacionaL One of my first
impressions was to see the Alcal Alcalde,
de, Alcalde, one of tha Guardia and a U.S.
soldier in a long discussion. The
soldier sat in a jeep, one of the
two on the island, and did not
say much so it was easy to ima imagine
gine imagine that ha might be in trouble
with the law.
"Do you have much crime on
the island?" we asked the Alcalde.

"Not iruch," he smiled. "About
a week ago one of the Guardia

cnased a toy lor scattering gar

bage on tha street.'"
Now that is a crime on Taboga
which Alcalde Chu, with the help
of tha islanders, keeps immacu immaculately
lately immaculately clean. If ha wants to see

g arbaga scattered he should watch

the collector? or. jjaua in inis

fair city. I'm sure that it would be
an equally henious crime in Ta

boga to pick the flowers that have

turned toe village into a huge oou-flu?1-.
. ...

Well. boy scattering carnage

was not quite enough for a crime

wave, so 1 said to tne Alcalde:

' Yesterdav evening i' saw you

and a Guardia having a long -ar

gument with- a soldier in a jeep.
Had the soldier done something

wrong or was ha making a com

plaint?"

WASHINGTON Secretary of came apologists for Dictator Trn.
the Treasury George HumpnreyjiUo, it should be tioted that the
made a serious tactical error .at expenses of Congressman Donald

cne scan pi me current umauom Jackson (R., Calif. X were

hearings.

' Gayior f reeman of tha First
National Bank of Chicaso was

called in for. Treasury strategy

conierences on now to combat the

Senate investigation. He and Un

dersecretary Randy Burgess rec-jwho- his close relations with Trill

"Do you have a jail? t
"Yes, a bttle one."
"Any prisoners?"

"No, not for a long time. Some
times a man sets drunk and we

put him in jail to sober up.'

uo you tine mm?
"No, jail's enough."

liassachusetts has advised Florida adoption authorities that
"under basic principles and standards subscribed to by all repu reputable
table reputable public and private agencies" no agency would, consider Mr.

an Mrs. Bins as suitaDie aaopuve prew. w pumica uk
that the mother was deliberately deceived as to the buying cou cou-vle's
vle's cou-vle's identity, race and religion by the selling doctor. It was

mlso stated that the Ellises and tneir counsel nave given me iaise
impression to the press that the child, if given back, would be

placed in an institution. At no time, nas tne motner saia or im
piled that such was. the case. ; ...

. Both Mr. arid Mrs. Ellis are divorced. Furthermore, inves

tigation prior to the flight -to Florida, revealed that they could
not provide a continuing standard home atmosphere for the

child. Now, they are rugitives irom several oraers or arrest
and contempt citations in Massachusetts courts a growing

disadvantage and, liability to the youngster.

, In time Boston will better Tallahassee for the betterment

f all adoption practices as wen as to teach tne eunsnine state

Tight from wrong.

Boston Bull

CZC CHECKS ROLLING AGAIN

Sir:

After a lapse of 65 days annuitants of the canal construction
period, residing on the Isthmus, received their May checks on
July 6. The June checks will probably follow In due course.
This was the longest tle-uo since May 29, 1944, when Presi

dent Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the bill granting emoloyes

'in the construction era annuities cased on certain conditions.
Widows are entitled to the same annuities, providing they lived
lor one year on the Isthmus during the construction period. The
bill provides annuities for widows of lighthouse keepers also.
There has been but one other delay since 1944, and for the
same reason failure of Congress to act on an appropriation
measurt in time. This was In 1947, but the delay was only for

14 days.
W. C. Haskins

Largest State

Answer to Previous Puxile

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Incidentally in five days on the

island we did not see one drunk,
not even one of the weekend vis

itors from the -mainland, who o
ver indulge occasionally. ""

' Alcalde Chu has posted sians

a skins the people to keep the vil

lage clean, and warning them not

to pick the flowers or damase the

plants. It is hard to know wnetn-

er to Give the credit to tne Alcai

de's engaging smile or the cooper

ation of the Tabogsnos, At ey
rata the village is clean and could

serve as fta example to h api api-The
The api-The village is not the only, clean

thine in Taboca. The children

when not in the raw or stripped

to thetr shorts are always dress

ed in clean clothes. I have seldom

seen a place where the children

look so happy, well fed and heal

thy. They spend much of their

time out of school in the warm

waters of the Pacific and en the

beaches or playing in the dugouts

that are drawn up on tha sand.

Buildine sand castles and forts

does not seem to be one of their
Karnes. Toere is some crude draw

ing in the sand with sticks, gener

ally fish and boats.

As for toys, they do not have

electric trains and other mecham

cal eadeets. The Pacific Ocean is

their Santa Claus. It washes their

toys up onto the clesn beeches.
There snells of msny shapes and

colors, bits of coral, curiously

shaped pieces of drift wood and
other odds and ends are east up

by the sea.

Every time I return ta Taboga

I find that there are more flow

ers, all the laminar ones oi tne

tropics, and many that I cannot

identify. There is a deep orange

spray of blossoms shaped like a

pagoda. I stopped into Taboga's

general store, also a cnu enter enterprise,
prise, enterprise, and asked Rosita Chu the

name a the flower. She smiled.

and ah has an awfully nice smile

and giggled a bit before she ssid
"Chinese Lichthouse."

And, oi course, while on Taboga
we did not overlook the delicious
island nine odes. In fact we had

pineapple for dessert at every

meal but one, when we had papa

ya and the aweet wild Taboga

mangoes: and also there was pine

apple or breakfast.

Except lor weekends, when

crowds come from the mainland

and the bay is filled with noisy

motor boats, tne peace ana quiet
of Taboiic is virtually complete.

R is broicen occasionally by the

hum overhead of airplanes Ieav

in a or arriving at Tocumen, but

you can compensate for that by

being grateful that you are not

o'ssener on the planes. Then you

can return to watching the in
fate birds, pelicans and cormor cormorants,
ants, cormorants, soirini aiainst a blue sky.

They sre ar graceful as they are

silent ia their flight.

Things As Usual
By BOB RUARK

P ALAMOS. Spain Home looks

real good to tne wanderer, ana i
must say nothing much has chang

ed. That the comforting wing a
bout striding the globe's face. Pa

lamos never changes.

This is to say we haven't got any

monev in the bank, as usual. The

dogs have chewed up some fresh

furniture, as usual, ine carpenters

have not finished their chores, as
usual, and the house is hip deep

in sawdust and strangers.

Ram did not afflict the plain in

Spain and the unseemly sun burnt

up the grass. And tnen came tne

cloudbursts ana arownea au tne

flowers. Hish winds, just like in

Texas, blew down some ot tne

trees.. Cristina, the cook, has
cold, as usual a cold which
shall certainly catch, as usual.

Mrs. wentwarui Brewster, .tne

she-boxer., bit her-brother so se

verely and frequently that wa bad

to find her a new home to prevent

extra. wounds, because Mrs. went-

worth Brewster never heard that

Biblical bromide about the bless

kdness of peacemakers.

Her Brother, satenme, nas m m-gained
gained m-gained his aersenality since Wen Wendy
dy Wendy vent away and augurs fair
ta became aa surly as his aid
man. Schnorkel, wha has net me me-Hewed
Hewed me-Hewed with age. His hide and
temper have both warn very thin.
But Miss Mamselle Senorita, tha
eutsixed, awaybackad poodle.

changes net. She continues ta

remain the only stupid poodle
in cantivitw

Moths have been at the stuffed

lion aeain.

The tourist season has begun,

snd any day now I shall have to

throw out the first Kraut for the

sin of insisting mat my moaesi
manor 1st der schloss of mine fre-

und Heinrich Goldwasser. We lose

lot of Germans that way du

ring the tourist season, especially

when they drive on the lawn.

Thinas are much the same

with the neighbors. Salvador

Dali ia still in his rhinoceros pe

riod of painting, and I wonder what

became of that vulcanized rnino
that used to adorn my office wall?
Artie Shaw has nearly finished his

caiue on nis mountain ana is iuu

threatening the eighth shot at
matrimony.
The first flight of canaries ap appeared
peared appeared the other day, so I presume
it will not be very long before my
friend, Madeleine Carroll, arrives
down the road apiece.
I tell you, we got a real cosmopo

litan fishing village here in the Pa
lamos area.

Senor. Roberto Low finally got
his boat waterborne after two

years of trying. Senor Ricardo Si.

ere has a new boat. My girl, Car

men, nas new ooy iriena i

think, because she s changed her
hairdo;
The orchard so far has yielded
one peach. Not a very big peach.
But we have high hopes for the
fig tree,
Charlie, tha parakeet, still
won't speak ta me, but informs
everybody else that Charlie is a
pretty boy, and se Is Ellie Mae

Ellie Ma being his last

mistress. Charlie also speaks a
vary, vulgar farm of .Catalan,
with a Southern accent, because
his last duchess hailed from Mia:
Sisslppl,?i'f'gfe,

The wild tame cat has four kit

tens again without benefit of

matrimony. r

. Samso, the victualler, is smiling

again, because the house-guest
season starts officially tomorrow,
and the tab for comestion will rise

astronomically. Senor ,Samso loves

it when we have company, esoe

cially Australians. Australians are
so thirsty. 1
The local trapshooting club will
be expecting its memorial shoot

in my front yard soon, and the lo

cal nospitai is looking a mite hun

gry. The bank has called to say

not only do we not have any money

but we're overdrawn as welL
It looks very much as if I better

write another book. Or something,

Yep; it's good to be home, even

a jne pipes did oust again.
,'A.usual. ;

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STRINGIN ALONG Tell Martin Beck of PitUburgh. Pa
to f o fly a kite and he'll probably take you up on it.- Back to
1931 be started saving gtring. Today he has a ball tv feet
around and weighing 650 pounds. He is shown with erand erand-children
children erand-children wha get kick out of a granddad's hobby.

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ommended that Humphrey meet

lire wuu lire, mat ne mast tne

benators. Old Treasury hands ad

vised against this, urged Humph

rey not 10 make extravagant

claims, t 1

He spurned their advice.1 sided

witn luurgess and f reeman. jree-

manthen wrote the long political

statement .wnicn Humphrey read

into the record claiming the fis

cal moon, the stars, and most of

the tmanciai universe for the Ei

senhower administration.

This was just what Bible-oound-

uig Sen. Bob Kerr of Oklahoma

and other Democrats were look looking
ing looking for. They have been fir ins

oacx, picking ; Humphrey's state

ment full of boles ever since.

Most amusing cross-examination
in years has been Kerr's rough

ing up ot iecretary Humphrey.

Humphrey, long accustomed to

being salaamed to by business,
tycoons, complains privately at

being cross-examined by a two-.

bit millionaire from Oklahoma.
Whether Humphrey or Kin

has more millions is a debatable

point. Humphrey's : wealth is in u-

ramum. iron ore. paint, rsvon.

steel, and biscuits. Kerr's wealth
is in $100 million worth of oil and
gas lands.

The wealth of both. men had

benefited from tax favors. Humph

rey's companies have 'got t r

mendous write-offs from Uncle
Sam. and those located in for

eign countries don't pay taxes in

tne usa. s,err, likewise, has had

neaitny oenetits tnroueh the nvi

per cent oil depletion allowance.

Regardless of who is wealthier.

Kerr and Humphrey had been

going at each other hammer and

tongs party because Humphrey's
big business advisers advised him

to lead with. his political chin.
IN SMOKE-PILLED ROOMS

The famed Mergenthau diaries
have- been declared classified by
Senators Eastland of Mississippi

and Jenner of Indiana who run

the Senate Internal Security Com

mittee. Just why remains a mys

tery, senators probed the Mo r-

eenthau diaries to see if thev

could find disloyalty by employes

wno worxea, lor tne ex-secreta

ry- of the Treasury, but their

searcir was fruitless. JNow histo

rians want to examine the' dia

nes. all on We at FDR a ,. pyde

Faric library, ..nut the two Sen Senators'
ators' Senators' sav no. Arthur Schlesiheer.

the fltrvard historian nand ghost
writer, fur Adlal Stevenson, did

set a look at the diaries but he

was lucky, other historians v are

banned.- .Morgenthau made

note of almost everything he did

and nis 900 volumes of notes are

a historian's paradise. . .Georee

Allen, Ike's golfing friend and

business partner tn Howard John

son restaurants,! refers to the new

undersecretary of State as v fol

lows: : "Chris Herter is a glass
arm pitcher. Ike was oversold on

him. r Those inside the State De

partment, however. say Herter is

doing a fine job. He's a slow

starter. But he has increased State

Department morale as nevar hit-

fore t under Dulles; has brought

uac. emu conierences lor 100 I1TSI

urn e since Dean Acbeson's exit.

.The W hite House had so much

trouble findina a new Chairman

of the r ederal Communications

commission that it s going to Com
missioner Doerfer bv default. A.

bout 20 people turned down this

aey ion which hands out million million-dollar
dollar million-dollar TV permits. Retiring Chair.

man McConnaughey and otber

GOP commissioners have plung-

eu me commission mto too much

pouues. .correction: in eonnee.

uon with tne recent report of Con Con-gressmen
gressmen Con-gressmen who took fr trim t

the Dominican Republican and be-1

paid

, T t ,.- . I

vy me nouae r oreign aiiiui
Committee, not by Trujillo; ind
that the expenses of Congress Congressman
man Congressman Pat Kearney (R., N.Y.)t were
paid by tEarl Christianberry, f pro proprietor
prietor proprietor of the Jaragua- Hot e 1,

jillo. Neither Congressman accept accepted
ed accepted the proffered medal from Tru.
Jillo. . ,1
CIVIL RIGHTS DEAL
Soma of the deals made to
block the civil rights bill are now
being paid off.
Congressman Howard Smith of
Virginia, head of the Southern
bloc, has privately warned Dem
ocratic leader John McCormack

that he will stall for timer, before
letting new antitrust k legislation
out of his House Rules Commit Committee
tee Committee for a vote by the full House.
Smith had secretlv oromised ta

LI. .1 ii . .

diock tne pre-merger 'notification
bill requiring corporations to no-,
tify the Justice Department 60
days before corporate mergers
if Congressman Miller of New
York and the NAM would try to
water down the civil rights bill.'
Congressman Smith is now pay paying
ing paying off. :
' POWER LOBBYIST-;
How close the- biff power lobby

ists h&ve been snuggling dp. to
Federal Power Commission Chair-,

man tfcruine ivuynenau ua irU'

play at the Senate hearings on
Kuykendall's confirmation. J

xiarnest spectator at tne near-

lobbyist for Ebaieo Services, who 1
sat next to FPC general counsel
Willard Gatchell. Preouentlv thev

Whispered together.: Frequently al-

bo uncoeu in up irom nis seat -to
hand notes to Kuykendall sug suggesting
gesting suggesting ideas for his testimony.
The lobbyist with whom gener general:
al: general: counsel Gatchell seemed so
chummy is also the man apparent apparently
ly apparently responsible tor the flurry in
Idaho Power Company stock on
April 18 after Idaho Power got
its, $83,595,827 tax write-off from
the' government at Hells Canyon.
Previously, Senator Kef auver
had dug out testimony that, after
tha Office of Defense Mobilization
decided to give Idaho Power this
big tax bonanza.' Jacob Wvckoff

of ODM telephoned. Ebasco'S Me-

uonaid April i or 17 and said:
"I havf something for you."
Next day, Wyckoff saw McDon McDonald,
ald, McDonald, give him. the tax write-off
certificates. On April 18, Idaho
Power stock shot no on Wall

Street. - '-,

Warmed-Up Cobra
Fata! To Fakir, V;
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-(UP) Moroccan snakecharm-

er Ahmed Ben Bihay died today.

an indirect victim of France's
beat wave.

Friday's record heat annarent :

ly restored full -vitality to his eo-
bras, natives of tropic climes,
and one of them caueht tha

luckless fakir off guard.
He died despite anti-venom
shots administered by the Mon Mon-targis
targis Mon-targis Hospital and the PMteur
Destitute. -,t

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during a ticker tape parade in New Yorb. in back of car with
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and- thea .the king of spades

Thrice-Married Guy
Thrown In Jail By
Disgruntled Wife
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HOUSTON. Tex. (UP) John

ny Li Weidner, a 25-year-rOld bus
driver, was free today on $1,000

bond put up by one of his three

wives., ;

',' Two of the wives, Dorothy,
18, and Jam, 26, his legal wife,
Indicated thejr would stand by
their talL handsome husband.

However, Jo Ann, 22, turned'

mm in

Weidner's first marriage was

annulled. He then m a r r led

Jean, and the couple separated.

Then; within six weeks, he mar

ried Jo Ann and Dorothy in that
order: according to sheriff's dep

uties. i '. ' f i

Thursday he went to Jo Ann.

apparently aware she had filed

charges, of bigamy against, him.
Before qfficers arrived he told
her,lhaj ,lf she hadn't qalled poV
lie; there -wouldn't' have "been

any.trouble.tr jw i.4v-j
' VYoii did "so. much for me I

thought you deserved tnis ra raver'
ver' raver' Jo Ann said she told him.
' Sheriff's deputies arrived then

and Jonnny tried to slip out tne

back door. . -v )
"Johnny vou aren't godne any

where," Jo Ann said as she graD graD-bed
bed graD-bed hint by the belt. ? v :
. Dorothy, when her husband
didn't show up as expected, call called
ed called Jean. She apparently had an
inkling she wasn't johnny's on only;
ly; only; wlfebut was sure.
.Jean convinced her that she

wasn't, Indeed, his only wife.
Dorothy immediately posted

bond for her husband.
Jo Ann, however, was in no
such mood. "It wasn't fan,"
.she said.. "I thought about it
for weeks but someone had to
-stop him. He needs psychiatric
.help." ,-v-

She said two weeks aftef they

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Perls Cafc$ Riddled Poor Health Sends

.n Fthnsl FAiifl iruerro KICO S

111 faVUVIlMl I WUil

Of L'crlh Africans

Chief Jurist Homei

SAti JUAN' P 'n s till, a "'imv

PARIS. July, 8 lUP) W Un--Judce A TppvI QnvW tu:

known lassassins poured machine- more has resisnpd

gun and pistol fire through the Puerto Rico's Supreme Court f- i
window of a -North African cafe Gov4 Luis Munn? Marin's' nm r

last night, killing one and wounds announced yesterday.
ina seven seriously. Snvdnr EnhmiitoH i

wv VJL UIG xo ..musiclllS 111 ItIC L1UI1 tlUIV A. norilllA AfnAIW hAn tk

dark and musty bar were injur-He had headed the. Supreme Court

cu DiKuujr uj iLfui& giass. ior iu years, c ,, ..
. Poute found 17 spent bullets t r .. i i .. T

the scene. i r . .
. v.. tt,... 'c..j O(' an internecine strnce'n amnn?

from a speeding autdmoDile into he Nor,th Af"c?n workers of Par Par-another
another Par-another North African cafe only .is Btr"ggl? that J1?' lls r0018
four blocks away from the scene W the Algerian rebellion- where
of the other attack. Two North rebel factions fieht onjf another

Africans were-wounded,'-one' se-'i8 as; iney hki xne
rlously. i .' Jrencn.
The attacks took place in the Members of the FLN (National
dingy La Vulettee section of Liberation Front are- believerl re-

Northeast Paris, on, the fringe!" of sponsible for thev attack?, whose1
the city's major North Afrieari victims are usually supporters of.

quarter ior jweaina ). tne more moderate MNA (Nation-!

They were the latest outbursts al Algerian Movements.. 1

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were married, he told her he was
already married to Jean. The

next thing she, knew, Jo Ann
said, Johnny war. in California

on a wedding trip with Dorothy

, Now jtrump the fourth club in

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this -and, return a trump. Win
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Falangist Claims

MADRID. July 8 '(UP) The

one diamond. In order to get six Falangist organ Arriba said yes yes-trump
trump yes-trump tricks you must either get terdav that the reshuffle In the
two ruffs In dummy or three In Kremlin was a new step towards

; jour own nana. "-;-- i war.
' The first line igets two ruffs in The paper's foreign i affairs

v dummy; th second three In your commentator J.X. GomezJ Teiio
own hand. Both lines depend on i said that Nlklta Khrushchev "the

xne spaaes going around twice, sullen and brutal new aosoiuie

u spaaes don't go twice It will boss of the Kremlin" had reii reii-tw
tw reii-tw pretty hard to find anv win- miwi freelv that the Commu-

ulna; play afau." 'J nis aim was world domination.

He said -)ne conclusion is
clear: as a result of the Inter Internal
nal Internal shifts there Is a concentra concentration
tion concentration of power In the hand of the

man most aeternunea to wb

war."

Fonneryap Admiral
liowench GuWe;
Foro!cyb:Touri$l$
TOKYO. July" t (UP) A for former.
mer. former. Japanese vice admiral was
among lit persons who. success success-full
full success-full nawd the Ministry of
transportation's l5TTxam!na l5TTxam!na-tlons
tlons l5TTxam!na-tlons to become French ruirtcj

in Japan, n was. announced to today.
day. today. .- ;- j ;
Former xlce admiral Yoshisuke

AM. 87. was the oldest among

i.uni personal-no. took mt ex ex-amlnatlona.
amlnatlona. ex-amlnatlona. Abe passed the examination
for English trades last year ard
ha been busy at his new voca vocation.
tion. vocation. -
Als. who served "once as naval
attsche to the Japanese Embas Embassy
sy Embassy In Paris, -said "forelen tonr tonr-!.
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:frk
MONDAY, JULY I, 1851
Doctors Look lniV
Deaf hi Of Six Boys
In French Asylum
dOtk
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i FT, KOBBE OFFICERS' WIVES ELECT MRS. 8. D. NOYES
PRESIDENT AT ELECTION COFFEE HELD FRIDAY

. I MM. S. D. Noyei was elected presideht of the Kobbe Officers'

Wive at an election coiice neia maay mowing v me
,! Officers' Club.
. Other new officers are Mrs. James Cooper, vice-president,
Mrs. R. S. McClenaghan, secretary, Mrs. H. R. Laecola, assistant
sicretary, Mrs. D. E. Clark, treasurer and Mrs. C. E, Jones, as-
sistant treasurer.

i.UoUssei Mesdsmes Harry Wild Wilder,
er, Wilder, chairman, D. E. Clark, E. W.

) Nielsen ; and Harvey Haynes ap

. propriately carried out the elec elec-,
, elec-, Jiea theme wih colored p ap r
" eimpaign buttons and banners
boOkt on the tables and behind he
officers' table. Red and yellow
"hibiscus were beautifully arrang arrang-k
k arrang-k & with croton leaves to complete
--tmvjtable decoraions.
,"iiiiS",t''
.. -The Club's new edition of "In

formation Del Caribe.' which is

'"to aid new arrival on the Post of
Ft. Kobbe. was distributed- to alts

j.niembers and guests present. Door

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,Qf;to,E. Feierlein, J. C. Brink and
. yilliam (Bond.
vt Mrs. Arthur Underwood, Vice Vice-i
i Vice-i President, presented Mrs. Otto E.
FAieriein the out-going president,
. -witBa large silver tray on behalf
IVf1 the members of the Club in
appreciation of her fine achieve achieve-.
. achieve-. ments during the past six months.
Before turning the gavel over to
the newly elected president, Mrs.
Ndyes, the following were w e 1 1-i.
i. 1-i. coed to the Club by Mrs. Feier Feier-3
3 Feier-3 leln Mesdames Winfield Single Single-h
h Single-h ton, Olin Smith and Marvin Fos Fos-:
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Wadding
In Louisiana
The marriage of Miss Katherine
Jane Hebert daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Holley Hebert of Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Heights to Air. Herbert Lee
Mvers was solemnized in the

Church if Our Lady in Hennings,
Louisiana. June 28. Father Marin

officiated at the ceremony.

Miss Hebert, who was given in

marriage by her lather, chose

pario length gown of softly pleat?
ed white nylon chiffon over taffe

ta. She wore a white picture nat
trimmed with chiffon roses, and

carried a nosegay of white roses

and stephanolis.

Miss Mary Hebert, sister of the

bride, was her only attendant.1 Her
dress was of pale yellow organ organza
za organza trimmed with swiss embroide

ry. She carried anosegay of deep deeper
er deeper yellow daisy Chrysanthemums.

Mr. Gilbert Myers, brother of

the groom was the best man.
Mrs. Hebert, mother of the
bride, wore a navy blue dress

with matching accessories. Her
corsage was of tiny white chry

santhemums.
Mrs. Myers, mother of the

groom, was dressed in pale blue

with pink accessories, and wore

a corsage of Dink carnations.

Following the ceremony, a wed

ding breakfast was served at the
Zigler Hotel in Jennings.
For her wedding trip, Mrs., Her

bert Myers- wore a three piece
beige suit with Brown accessories.

Mrs. Myers is a recent grad graduate
uate graduate of Southwestern Louisiana Institute.

Mr. Myers, who was graduated

from McNeese State college

the son of Mr. and Mrs.

ot Jennings, Louisiana.

is

Metol

Heuseguests Eney
Birthday Picnic 1
At Gambea

Visitors from Cleveland, Onto

Mrs. Anna Zevronik and her ion

Gregory enjoyed a picnic birth

day paty given by .Mr. and Mrs.

W. Wilson Dillon at the Gamboa

Golf Club yeterday in honor of

their eldest son? Christopher.

Mrs. Zevronik is Mrs. Dillon's
sister. The visitors are staying
with the Dillon family for the

summer.

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Farmer Cristobal

Girl Graduates
From U. Of Conn.
Margaret Joudrey Smith, da ugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert A
Joudey, 1859 PendelL St. Vancou
ver, Canada, was a recent grad
uate of the University of Connec Connecticut
ticut Connecticut at Storrs, Conn. She grad graduated
uated graduated with high honors and dis

tinction ; in nursing and received
hsr Ft S Hor0

Margaret was married last De

cember to Philip A. Smith of Ma

rion, Conn. He has completed his"
tour of duty with th Armed Forc Forces,
es, Forces, and the couple are now mak

ing their home in Patterson, New

Jersey, where Mr. bmith is em

ployed with the Italao Chrome Co.

Mrs. Smith was an honor stu

dent of Cristobal High School.

Mr. and Mrs. Joudrey, former

residents of Colon were present

at their daughter s graduation.

Committee Members
For SoVoptimittt Club

Soroptimist International of Pa

nama has announced committee

members for the coming year's

active scheduled. Serving on the
Attendance Committee will be
Beatrice Simonis as chairman, with
Marie McNef as member, Enter

tainment Committee will be Shir

ley Smith as chairman with Au

drey Kline as member. Extension

Committee will be Kosita Palacio
as chairman with Gerta Stern and

Lyn Wheeler as members, Hospi

tality committee wiu De Mabel
Sneider as chairman' with Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy Lindsay as member, and Pub Pub-lie
lie Pub-lie Relations Committee will be

Audrey Kline as chairman with

Nydia' Lavergne and, Hindi Dia

mond as, members.

Recent uest'.'(i!.-'-Ji-

Amvng uretenv fuesis at me ri ri-namonts
namonts ri-namonts Inn, Boqutte, are M r s.

BOLZANO. Italy, July 8 (UP)

Health officials todav invesu

gated the mysterious deaths of

six crippled or mentally weak
boys in a suburban children's

home, .v

The six bovs. acred six to 15

died wtlhln three days at the

"Home of Jesus" a clinic for

physically or mentally abnormal
children run bv the Order of the

nuns -of St. Vincent. Doctors

ventured the theory that they
mav have been noisoned during

outings in the clinics garden by

the fumes of pest-kiuers spray

ed- by farmers in Surrounding

vines ana orensrua. :

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Doctors said the weak condi

tions of the boys, including n.n
eDilentlc. a deaf-mute, two pa

ralytics and two mentally den

dent appeared to have left

them Tjarticularly vulnerable to

poisoning.

A total 180 children, all from

the Bolzano Province, are hous

ed In the "Home of Jesus."

Elspeth Jones, from Panama Ci

ty: Inj. Tomas Guardia and

grandson, from Panama City; Mrs.

Miriam Simmons and her chil

dren Helmy.Ana Liza, and Einar,

from Panama: Mrs. Betty Web

ster, from Santa Clara; Mr. M

Wier and son. from Califor

nia; Mrs. Carmen de Icaza, from

Panama; Mrs. Violets de Fran-

ceschi, from David; Mr. Cecil B.
Cragle, from C.Z. Mr. Robert L.
Lindquist, from CZ..; Mr. and
Mr. 0. M. Stultz, from Califor

nia; Miss Dorothy G r o v e r,
from California; Dr. and Mrs.
Bemad P. Willeti from Panama

and Mrs. Virginia Stiles, from

New York.

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HOSTESS AT TEA Hostesses who were responsible- for the tea party giVen by the Ft. Clayton Officers wives club for Mri.
Joseph Walton, recently are shown here. Left to right, Mrs. Ralph H. Wells, Mrs. John B. White, Mrs. Roy Strom and Mrs.
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Don't Skimp On Soft Soap
When It Comes To Husband

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fr auk akaaa. mnmt

J MEXSANA

Mrs. Mildred Smith

Laavts For Horn

n Visalia, Calif.

Mrs. Mildred Smith left last

night by plane after spending
three weeks on the Isthmus with
her aunt Mrs. M. A. Powell, and

brother and sister-in-law Mr. and

Mrs. Howard E. Finnegan.

Mrs. Smith was feted with a

dinner party given by Mr.i and

Mrs. Joseph E. Wright at the

Strangers Club on Saturday night.

ane plans to visit in Miami,
Fla., Washington D.C., and Ma Madrid,
drid, Madrid, New York before returning
to her. homi in Visalia, Calif.
Kabbe Class r
Heidi Skating Party

The Intermediate Department
Class of the Protestant Chapel of

run Mnw ina guests, new a
skating party at the Balboa Roll Roll-erdromc
erdromc Roll-erdromc on Saturday afternoon,
as their regular monthly social e-vent.

Question for the ladies:, i she object to using the same brand

mai son soap you use to make ot sou soap on her husband in or-

your dealings with others easy
and pleasant are you using en enough,
ough, enough, of it on your own husband?
The question is prompted by all

tne letters that come to this col

umn from women who can't seem
to get along with their husbands.

Its surprising how many of
these women seem to have an

"I'm, sick and tired of putting up
with this or that" chip on their
shoulders.
When they list all the things
they have done to try to change a
situation or to turn a disagreeable
husband into a pleasant compa

nion, they never mention trying

soft soap in any form.
They seem to feel tney are a-,
bove using on their husbands the
soaft soap they don't in the least

mind handing out to others

If a working wife is willing to
soft soap her boss, why should

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Those skating were: Donna Gra
dy, Thlma and Mary Pruittp Em Emily
ily Emily and Geraldine Weber, Jan Con Con-ner,
ner, Con-ner, Mary Hicks, Geraldine Ster Sterling,
ling, Sterling, Bobby Fortune, Steve Harth Harth-Jimmy
Jimmy Harth-Jimmy Smith, Bill Beane, Mrs.
Jo Ann McGuire and Mrs. Lee
Rawhai'ser. Mrs. Olive Weber ac accompanied
companied accompanied the group.
Following skating, the group

gathered at the Balboa
Center for refreshments.

Spanish Sailors Seek

Political Asylum

In Tijuana, Mexico

Seek Hep
At Rellardroma
A group of teenagers who at
tended the evening skating session
at the Balboa Rollerdrome on Sat
urday remained for a' two hour
"sock hop" and party.
Refreshments were furnished and
served hy members of the Canal
Zone Roller Skating Club.
It is anticipated that the Club
will sponsor such an event month monthly
ly monthly for Canal Zone teenagers.

TIJUANA, Mexico, July 8 -(UP)
Three Spanish sailors
Jumped ship at San Diego, Cal.
and fled here where they asked
for political asylum,. It was dis disclosed
closed disclosed totJay. -!
Enrique Medina" Fernandez,
25, Glnes Jimenez Martinez, ( 20,
and Victor Rodriguez, 23, sur surrendered
rendered surrendered to Mexican immigra immigration
tion immigration authorities yesterday. They
said they did not want to con continue
tinue continue living under the present
Spanish government and that if
forced to return to Spain thyy
would be shot.

The three were ordered held
in Jail. Local immigration auy
thorities said they referred the

cas tn hiirhftr nffio.ia.lsi In Mevi-

Service co City who would determine the

status of the refugees.
The men left the Spanish de destroyer
stroyer destroyer Almlrante F e r randiz
which was undergoing training
exercises at San Diego.
V-menez Martinez said he quit'

the Spanish Fascist (Falange)
Party after a three-month mem

bership and that he hoped to
start a new life in Mexlico.
The two others also said they

wanted to remain in Mexico at

least until there is a new gov

ernment in spam.

der to keep him feeling important

ana pieasea witn himself?

If a housewife is willing to soft
soap everyone from her butcher

to the members of her favorite

woman's club in order to get ten

der steaks or a club office, why
isn't she willing to cater to her
husband's need for feeling impor

tant, ,v -f
If a woman isn't she willing to

cater to her husband's need for

teeiing important? :
If a woman instinctively knows
how to make a dinner partner
throw out his chest and start tell telling
ing telling her his accomplishments, why
doesn't she use the same technique
on the man she has chosen fnr

lifetime partner?

Jt a woman defers to a man's
judgment, laughs aDDreciativelv at

his attempts at Jiumor, admires
his accomplishments, listens with
complete attention to every word
he speaks, she can get him into
such a pleasant frame of mind
that she can put across a few of

ner own ideas without his notic noticing.
ing. noticing.
This being so, why should any
wife be stingy with the soft soap

wiieu ut is ueaiing wun a hus
band?

By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE

Gary was balancing himself on

me sota arm when his mother

came into the living room. As he

'expected her to applaud his skill,
he was shocked when she. rushed

at aim crying "Can't ; I take my
eyes ff youKa''minute?". Swept
from his glorious commanding
height on the sofa arm, he was
overcome with bitterness ; at "i her
interference 4n ,his life. Launching
a kick at bpr, he flung hirosflf in-j

io a lantrum,:;

His mother said. "You're ancrv

with Mommy; You hate ner That
is all right. All, : little - children

sometimes get angry with their

But this child-guidance formuia:

guaranteed to soothe Garv; didn't.

It made him madder, Losing all

patience, ne launched another Kick

at the mterferine creature who

wasn't satisfied with telling him
what to dp but had to tell him
how he felt as well, i;1

An angry child is auieted h6t bv

what wo say but bv the feeling be;

hind what we sav. If we trulv eel

n is au right lor uary to resent

us, ne '13 comforted to hear us say

so. -, v

He is relieved to ; know that.

though anger has betrayed him in.

to trying to kick us out of his life,

mm

we intend to remain in it and take

rfcare of him. He is inexpressibly

soothed to learn .that ..his anger
doesn't impress us. J '.
But when, like Gary,', he feels
we are afraid of it, the child child-guidance
guidance child-guidance incantation can serve Us
no better than the sorcerer's -magic
served the apprentice ,ia- the
fairytole.:v!(;,i;.:'.;i,'rtl;'r; y-
Inexperienced parents usually
feel a little scared of their young youngster's
ster's youngster's angei1. tWhen this is true, let
them not lie and pretend they
feel it is quite "all right." n
v luteal of telling Gary, what he
feels, let them tell him what they
feel. Let them say, 'I don't want
to .hurt you No matter how you
kick and scream,' you are safe as
a' httle nut in its shell with me."
To make a child believe that his
anger' at us is innocent and quite
all right we- have to first ack acknowledge
nowledge acknowledge our own family angers.
It means that behind our rages at
otarown parents, our. owit broth brothers
ers brothers and sisters the very feelings
of which we felt most ashamed
and were punished for we have
discovered not badness at all, but
fear of betrayal, of being abandon abandoned.
ed. abandoned. ; ,'t t
It is the tenderness '- we have
been able to feel toward our ewn
childhood aneer that

the angor of our youngster,

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Mrs. Mary 'E, IBecker. depart

ment president of the American

Legion Auxiliary,,, announced to

day that with the help of the Le.
gion members in the Canal Zone
a special benefit show v will be
held on July 13 at the. Cristobal

High School auditorium to- raise

funds to send two representatives
of this year's Canal Zone Girls

biaie to Washington, to attend the

annual Girls Nation session.
The girls selected to represent
this area are Marie Bleakley,
Girls Stato Governor for 1957-5?,
and Wendy Cotton, Lt. Governor.
Because of the additional ex

penses involved this year in send

ing me gins up io wasnmgion,
the Auxiliary has found it neces necessary
sary necessary to raise funds in order to

send the girls. This has been done
by holding a benefit show a n q
danee on tho Pacific side of the

Isthmus with the dance team of

the Pacific side of the Isthmus
with the dance team of Harnett

and Dunn, talented girls and boys
from both sides of the Isthmus
and the 776th Air Force Band
supplying the music for the enter

tainment and dancing which pre-

ceeded and followed the show.

Many additions and changes In

the original program have- been

made. -; "i

Mrs. Becker said all who' had
purchased tickets to the original

show on the Atlantic side, which

had been postponed due to illness

of several of the entertainers.

would bo admitted upon presenta

tion of their tickets at the door of
the Cristobal High School autito-

rium on July 13.

(B.v DONALD S. ROCKWELL,

Paralso B:plisfs
Announce Sp::l:l
Eycnfs Tl:is Vc;!
Activities at the Firxf pr.;..

Baptist Church for 'the week are

ouuws: i
Tomorrow .' Sunbeam Hii.4

meeting at 5:30 p.m., G. A. at t

" In "Purple Dust,", currently at

wie unerry x.ane tw
great Irish playwright

at.qAV hoi -tirmrn flirMiknllotM 1

prophecy, slapstick, rhythm, son? P;' WW meeting at 7;30

linn nartnn itit a lai.rrmvtM.

Theater, the F;m ,n? lb Women's Missionary
ight Sean 0'-iyn,Sn ,l Vza. P-m.; Wednedsy -n
symbolism Suoday !chot)I teachers class at T

caustic commentary on the Eng.

iisn mma, with occasional aide-

swipes at the Irish, y

in comic situations m a ram

shackle old mansion in Ireland,
the odd characters, typical of

both English and Irish, are ably
portrayed by a sterling cast. The
underlying: message is that the

classical period has seen its day

and a new day has dawnea.
.r. Fifteen storieir above the

street at the Penthouse Club
diners have an Inspiring pano panoramic
ramic panoramic view of Central Park while

enjoying superior continental there will be

There will be a special session
on Thursday at 5 p.m. when offi officers
cers officers and delegates representing the
Central Psnama Baptist Associa Association
tion Association will meet for thi.li h

terly meeting for general and spe special
cial special business.- Following this ses session,
sion, session, at 7:30 u rn ni .i.-.

will highlight the occasion, name-'
ly, .Bible Quis Contest uadar'r

ine airection of the Rev. L V.
Perez. Ednpatinn rtiVa

work locally-. In this emti.t

xrom ve oi the local

T,S "urcnes on both ides
of he Isthmus, will take part,- ;

Immediately

after the contest

Vote . the greate$i name in
drodorant$ bring you
NEW
0B0-R0-H0
SlUk Dderant

jj 6 --- mere win DC a devotlnnal at
cuisine owner Paul Taubman is which time message wm be de-

v.j-.. ,Htu Uy lne Mev. e -H

ana musical airecior or aoou. ureaves, one of the outstandin

Baptist preachers of Jamaica; who
will be here on a short preaching
mission at some of the Baptist
churches io this ares, and that of
Bocas del Tore.. An invit.tin.

the weens tervices esnecialiv

tended io the public. :
Pastor Waltera nt th. v.r.r.L

OU U 4 . W

Recently moved into spacious, "I" JET?",?. 9 e.I

attractive quarters at 122 West S".."" Jkma;
49th. t the well-known Golden,1 "l"! tewy:

40 radio and television shows

per week. Many of his collection

of oil paintings enhance the

beauty and interest of the wall

treatment of Japanese grass
fabric, in black and gold in the
lower lounge with its attractive
bar and grand piano.

Hprn under the direction of the
Salislans, father and son, con continues
tinues continues to serve the tasty, exotic

Armenian dishes that for 24

the church on Sundav Julv i nj

the Choir Festival en Thurrdar
July ZS. - -

r-.-j ;

years have tempted the palates, Persian room. The signs of the
of stage, screen, literary, art zodiac form the central Xeatur

It's more eeeaeaaifalt The
bandy awivel ease gives you
more deodorant for your money
...It's easy to im up to the
ery end. With en quick stroke
ODO-RO-NO Wipes away xn xn-'
' xn-' pleasant odor end checks perspi perspiration
ration perspiration all day! Try ODO-RO-NO
in th cleg ant new swivel eaae
... as handy as your lipstick. f
, '' kitten.
0D0-R0-D0
i 'Parent wiiheel e dvm

and musical celebrities.

The intrlguin? near-Eastern

names of dishes on the menu

are translated into English so

the guests will know what they

are ordering. Baked stuffed vine

leaves and shish kebab de luxe
are among the many delicious

specialties.
Above the entrance of the

Golden Room, with Its beautiful

Persian mural paintings, in u

luminated Persian script appears

the welcome: "Who enters uiese

portals is blest- A rare 16tn 16tn-century
century 16tn-century panel of intricate de design
sign design ilnted on parchment dee dee-orates
orates dee-orates the ceiling of the smaller

or mis colorful celling- panel.
Heeding the ancient legend.

many visitors maae wish while
standing under their particular

a-auuiogicai sign.
For those who like their steaks
and chops thick, roast beef prime
and chicken, fish or lobsters
succulent, Manny r wolf a long
established restaurant on 3rd:
Avenue is a mecca. Manny has
been dispensing good cheer, su superior
perior superior service and fine food to
a devoted clientele for many
years, in a brisk, pleasant atmo atmosphere
sphere atmosphere of substantial good living.

BELLA VISTA
Opens Wednesday!
II IIIIIII! "I IIPMSI lit?

urn mi iii tin nL

jjgf J

On the beautlfulhr decorated
I Starlight Roof of the Waldorf.
Astoria HoteL In an atmosphere
of luxurious gaiety, the spark sparkling
ling sparkling summer revue, ."Calypse)
, Carnival," delights New York so.
clalltes. celebrities and out-of-town
lovers of colorful revelry,
rippling dance rhythms and
choice cuisine,
! The fast-moving show ot to?
talent offers Count Basle at the
keyboard with his superb orches orchestra.
tra. orchestra. Joe Williams Cslypso songs,
the lovely voice of Sarah Vau Vau-ghan
ghan Vau-ghan and the colorful gyrations
of the Haitian Moon Dancers,
with throbbing orchestral and
' vocal background. A sure tf t f r
a memorable night of da", t
and entertainment at dl-r.T c.r
. suFPea.



MONDAY, JTJIY .195T

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DEMONSTRATION in SANTIAGO .. Crowds Jam the streets in Santiago, Cuba, during-a
v: huge peace tally" sponsored ; by the Batista governments Reports reaching Havana told ol
' gun nattles,' sabotage, widespread bombings, and dozens of arrests throughout the nation
the rebels answer to the rally. Five personi were killed on the outskirts of Santiago in a,
' guri battle which broke out while, government orators were calling on the populace to abandon
violence 'as a political weapon.,,, ,,""..-.. ;

TPrnvu
7 r w
11 iv,
W6Y$.TV

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Ersklno Johnson

" HOLLYWOOD NEA) Hol

lywood h IV'- Hollywood's major
',:-J lilm ttucios will be selling more

ui man iiuu, iuu lnunc wiu fuku-
ing of oew-JulMiour shews on tele-
vision next tail. Alter 10 yeas of
watching TV gain in public favor.
, Novietown lias Uasnea me green
light tn filming, ig, expensive,
hour-long TV movies based on the
weekly, series idea.

' On I e them, from 20h Century
Pur. will star Raymond Burr ai

, "Parry Mason tha lawyar-slauth
craated bv Er a Stanley Gardner,
on, CBS evary Saturday night,
: atartina a half hour ahead of Per-
rv Como. Another will be MGM't
all-star "Mvsterv Street," en ABC
TV evry Sunday night, starting 30
' minutes' earlier than Ed Sullivan
, and Steve Allen.
( The, reason for the timUig of
" both shows is obvious.
'CBS is out to bury NBC's Co
mo and ABC' hbpes' to die twin
i graves for CBS' Sullivan "-and
an BCs Allen.. AH hands believe it
can be done., with new, hour-long
' "movie -quality iilm;
Hollywood amazed at the suc
' cess pt old movies on TV, is ready
;' and eager in the celluloid, plot ot
.help 'usiier, ia.t whit .Paramount
1, President Barney (Balaban just
' called a-Jiew era of wholesome
economic aad artistic coexistence'
between TV and motion pictures.
' OTHER ONE-HOUR. film shows
for fall tv on Hollywood's sched schedule
ule schedule include five IromJWarner Bros
"Cheyenne." "Sugarfoot." 'Ma
J verick." "The Texans" and a still

untitled and unscheduled detective
series. ,k, , ,t ;
!" In addition MGNTwlll film s'ev-,
eral 30 minute series shows head headed
ed headed by ."Min and Bill,"; "The Thin
Man", and "Andy Hardy."
- 'The 19SI-57r masen iust ending
' will be 'renumbered a the year
W mew sludie movies caught
: fire an heme .screens.
' f
- &t.h. v. i J

I'm predictmg, as the tune new
hour-long Hollywood films hit the
TV audience jaefcpou
I Hollywood' family split note:

"While. Mary Costa spiels these

; commercials on CBS-TV, hubby
' Frank Tashlia is kidduif the pants
, off TV, including TV announcers,
. in ''WiU .Soecess Spoil Rock Hunt-
'er?". .NBC is sUll shopping for
V a new Idea for Wally Cox, but he's
, slated for the straw-hat acung cir-
etsit this luramer.
ITTK DAVIS' movements, for
the role of a 70-year-old Dolly

jtadisoq' ta me telefilm, "Foot

. mote iB; g DoU," were a perfect

, duplicate of the stiff-backed ac
' tions of sn aged person.

. "Great acting," said Director

, Jam-is Neilsen.
"Aetinfl nethlng replied Bette

lie) net etmg. rve lust get -a

" ptp at -a stiff back this merning,

. New-ifs iialf bout musicals
slated for telefilmiaf in Hollywood.
"1 Among the; stars on the shows
,-will b Sammy Davis Jr., Peggy
- Lee. Billy Darnell, Olga San Juan
and Yvonne De Carlo. J4BC -is
. rentmf spae MGaTa back lot
for its new "Union Pacific" tele-
- film eerin, ; -.Ginger Rogers nix nixed
ed nixed a CBS series plus a hostess
" deal cm a dramatic show. ."Cire-
- us Bey" mover from NBC to ABC
. in the fan. :

JOHN PAYNE, -ABOUT hU new

wenern series. "The Westerners,"
due on home screens in the fall:
"We win net have an 'adult west west-,
, west-, em. That's uet phrase coined
. by the ad agencies. I don't van
knew whet it means. But we will
treas human emotion, with' the
. im the test reseH."
- v -.-J '.
- v. t ', V.
' "-rrt Alda is up front ia the
r ac the, "Thia Man-- lead ai
1 .Er Araeri faces the tele- j
Mm timmi Ifain this month'
for a t show idea, ,It Gives
Me Grtst preasin-e It's based on
fce bo-tk by Emily Kbibreegft.

yr ,i

KAZ0
i v i ; j
r Readers of Diana Barrymore's
book, "loo Much, Too Soon," are
CflucKung 'er TV ads for a home-
screen revival xf John Barrymore
Ul "The (irptv Mn Vnfaa
in '.'The Great Man Votes."
The Uverhe line Is: "The d.
iignttui .story of a lovable drunk
" (NEA Telephotoi
ORDEAL'S OVER Air Force
Lt. David steeves, 23; of Trum Trum-bullj
bullj Trum-bullj Conn., who was lost in
tha snowy wilderness of the
High Sierra for two months
after balling out of his Jet
trainer, enjoys a smoke at Ce Cedar.
dar. Cedar. Grove, Calif. Stevens was
reported in good shape, al although
though although he' had lost about 60
pounds from wandering about
100 miles through wildeness.
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neighbor Chases
Gunman Kidnapper
016-year-old Boy
BURLINGTON. Wis., July 8
(UP) A gunman who kidnaped
a six-year-old boy and shot and
wounded a man in an ensuing
chase was sought yesterday by
authorities in Wisconsin- and Hli
nois. J
I l..
' Scott Vrchota of nearby Honey
Creek was released by the fun,
man unhurt, and minutes later
was found running and screaming
in n street here by his fatner,
Robert.
' The youngster, weeping from
chase him Daddy, hell snoot
you." j
Scott, wearing only khaki shorts
was kidnaped about 7 p.m. at at-urdav
urdav at-urdav while en route to a store
to' buy a loaf Of bread. Robert
Hughes, a neignoor, saw ine
strancer force Scott into his car
and roar away at high speed.
Hushes ran to his own auto and
gave chase at a speeds reaching 80
miles per hour. ;
At the Burlington city limits j
Hughes pulled even with the otherl
auto, but the gunman poked a fun)
through the window of his vehiele
and fired four times, ; striking
Hughes ia the arm:
Hughes, i bleeding and shocked.1
lost control of bis auto and can
reened into ditch, 'where, he was'
found, by a rescue squad and tak-j
en .to a hospital, ills conmtion was
not serious. ,.--'
Meanwhile, the kidnaper drove
into Burlington, relased Scott and
aped away.
Scott's father also joined the
early chase, but be lost sight of
tne kidnaper on a turn.
"the only thing is I wish I had
a faster-car," the father said lat
er, "i could nave caugnt tins
guy."
Medical examination revealed
the boy .was not molested, police
said.

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4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite ra
quests taken by phona
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6:30 News '
5:35 What's Your F a y 0 1 1 1
(cont'd)
B:00 Interlude
6:l& BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst BeerJ
6:30 WRUL- Rebroadcast
7:00 Over To You
7:30 VOA .Report From 0.8.
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Proudly We Hail
9:00 You Asked For It (re
quests taken vby phone
tiu 7:30)
10790 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00-Sign Off u
Tomorrow, Tuesday July 9
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6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
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7:30 Mornlne Salon Concert
8:15 Church In The Wildwood
8 : 30 Musical Reveille
:00 News
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 As I See It
10 : 00 JENNIFER'S JOU R N All
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10:05 Spins and Needles (re
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11:00 News
11:05 Spins and Needle
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11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00-News -P.M.
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12 : 05 Lunch time Melodies
12 : 30 Musical Travelog
1:00 News
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1 :30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1. 45 Forward March -"
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Songs From The Shows
3 : 00 Hank snow And His Rain Rainbow
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3:15 Sammy Kake Show
3:30 Music For Monday
4 :00 Feature "Review
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8:00 World Of Jan
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9 : 00 You Asked For It (re-
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Are You Allergic To Arsenic?

Doctor Tells Of
NEW YORK;1 July 8 UP) 11
lustratlng how potentially dan-
gerous tne world is to "sensitive".
people, an expert listed a host'
of common objects from tooth-

paste to dandruff ; that mav.sorcinol, ;f Unseed otL bichloride

cause allergies, ,:
Dr. H. Harold Gelf and in
non-specialized medical col
leagues in where to look for the
causes of allergy flare-ups which
usually are not as plain as the
victim's Tunny nose.
'Hog bristles may go info
tooth and hair brushes. Little
bits of the skin of camels and
sheep may remain lit camel
hair coats and wool garments
Just as a little rabbit skin or
goat skin can lurk In felt or
of these prime "allergens" are
plush. Just a little bit of any
quite enough to give the mis miseries
eries miseries to the allergic person sen sensitive
sitive sensitive W them. ...
For Instance, some are sensi
tive to gums of vegetable origin.
Yet Karava eum is in some tooth
pastes; my griacue-: caices. in
Cheddar, -oheese and cake-icing
mixtures in mustard, and in
some brands Of prepared potato
salad and salad dressings, Qel Qel-fand
fand Qel-fand said.
It is not only what the allergy
victim may have breathed, or
eaten, but what he may have
inhaled in the form of odors odors-such
such odors-such as the odors of fresh peas,
beans, and garlic These odors
also produce allergic flare-ups
in sensitive people, Gelf and said.
And then, there are insects.
Some allergic people are allergic
to the orotein which a bee or
mosquito plant In the skin when
they bite, and for those people

the bee's venom and the mos-tne

quito s sKin- puneiure are ui
much lesser importance man me
allergic reaction,
- So can Just touching things
For instance, adhesive pastes
may contain an allergy-exciting
gum. So may artificial
flowers, cement, certain pow powders
ders powders which hold dentures firm firmly
ly firmly in place, shoe polishes,
threat coatings, and some in insecticides.
secticides. insecticides. "Cosmetic and other toilet
preparations contain many
Quemoy Farmers
Dig Up Priceless
Ming Chinaware
TkTPV.l. Formosa.1 JtiTv ItlP)
Farmers on the Nationalist ofl-
shorer island, df Quemoy hav jm jm-eartbed
eartbed jm-eartbed J nieces of priceless 500-
year.-oia juing xjnasiy cuuiut,
it wis learned today,
Farmers digging a well found
the pieces including two saucers
dated 1465 and 1522.
It was believed the chinaware
was made in Fukien, China, and
had been used as ordinary table tableware.
ware. tableware. ...
OlieSuldii in

' other gift itamt, ,
FrOm LUCKY WINNERS IN OUR REGULAR J
C 1 j M" A FREE WEEKLY RAFFLE : -:
scoUaiia i ; ..,,.. 'v,
Esilda da Harrsra
PVPTV rSliTl Ida P. da- Arias
f J H Clara Donderei,
' ' Tomasa da Domlnguez
preCWUS Mrs. Cabaldon
. yv ; yIr W. Palacio
nrnti ' .Mr. Unruh
F ";' Wi,,im Alexander
" V D. Argyropulua .t
j J Ruth Albartaon- -
. I . Martha Stengel

SCOTCH WHISICY
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" DISTKXBCTORS
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' tt-lS Aatoaebfle Rev TeL t-7171

Hidden Dangers

chemical substances which may
provoke allergic manifestations,"
Ae said irrxus communication to
the Medical Society of the State
of New York. These Include re-
of mercury,: quinine sulphate In
'hair tonics,, pleaches,. and oint-
lments." ,.
He also, named ingredients
common to rouges and lipsticks
and nail polishes. The orris root
powder,.and orris root or some
face powders are ''also Important
offenders," he said.- And then
1 there Is arsenic which everyone
thinks he avoids, but doesn't al-
.wavs..5:'tr,Yv.i'.
"Arsenic may be a potential
allergen ; taken into the system
in a disguised form," he said, "It
may be ingested in milk, eggs,
fish or other animal foods when
this chemical has been employ employed
ed employed In the feed of these animals.
Fruits and- vegetables grown in
soil in which arsenic has been
used as an insecticidal agent
may carry mis anugen.
Daring Young Men
Trampled By Bulls
In Slreets Of Spain
PAMPLONA, Spain, July 8 (UP)
six bulls charging through Pam

plona's narrow streets in the tra..nally gave up and withdrew,

ditional san rermm ceremony 1
trampled dozens of youtsh yester
day.
Mm- than 50 oersons were
treated for cuts and bruises but
most serious injuries recorded
were two broken snouiaen ana a
broken leg. No one was gored.
The town's boys and young men
raced ahead of the bulls from the
railroad station to the bull ring
in a show of daring that' will be
repeated daily m the next six days
of the bullfight spectacle.
Most of the injuries occured at
the narrow entrance to the bull
ring where the running youtns
tripped over, each other trying to
push through to safety The chars-,
ing bulls clambered over a w
of sprawling bodies and w 4)
rounded up inside...
BELLA VISTA
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IQpenVEt)NSt)AYl K&7(& i

Brooklyn Church Factions

'!-(,.," i '1 ('I'M A '(, : ' "1 -s s ')' ..1
Battle Over
NEW YORK, July 8 (UP) A
10-year-old Brooklyn church dis dispute
pute dispute turned into a battle over the
offering yesterday when one of the
waring tactions refused to sur surrender
render surrender the collection plates to the
new minister.
The 3.60 collected from 212
persons in the less than half -filled
Protestant Emscooal Church of thn
Holy Trinity later was handed to
me new minister, who took the
money under protest and turned it
over to charity.
The central figure in the mSra-
inon ngnt over the church pulpit,
the Rev. William Howard Melish,
attended the two morning services
in a gray, business suit a$ a mem member
ber member of the congregation. 1
After the main service he greet greeted
ed greeted parishioners at a coffon hour in
the gymnasium, while his replace replacement
ment replacement shook hands with i church
goers at the main entrance.
Melish, 47-year-old nro leftist
rector who thinks it is "irration-
al" for Christiana in fnis in
nave anything to do with Commu
nists, nas been fighting for the
pulpit formerly held by his father
since January, H956.
At that time, after nine years of
controversy over his politics, he
was ordered by the Bishop of Long
Island to quit his pulpit and turn
it over to a supply priest.
Melish balked. On Jan. 15, 1956,
he broke into the church and he
and the other priest conducted
simultaneous services in the
cnurch, until his replacement, i-
Last week, a court ruled that
the Rev. Dr. Herman S. Sidener

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THE JEWELRY STORE r
18-7. Cantral Ave, V (137)

The Store Where Yoa Double Yotrr ?'c-?y Frrs

' ii ". "fi 1, i" '' 'Vlr ', '
Collections

was the rightful pastor because he
had been named by the bishop,
and ordered Metish out. Melish
has appealed. . ; , , L
Melish and his "wife were oa
time for the 8 a.m. communlm
service at the church this mornlnf
and took communion from Siden Sidener.
er. Sidener. The ousted pastor and Sidener
shook hands and called
er by their first names before the
service. 1
The Melisher. accomoanlpd "hv
one of their three sons, also" at attended
tended attended the 1 a.m. service, ? as
members of the coneretratlon. Sid.
ener presided at both services. I
Sidener, in his sermon on'lif
great partnership," uged the con congregation
gregation congregation to bury its animosities.
He aoDointcd Crnnn Vif man
led by Lewis Reynolds to pass the
collection plates. But he was
taken aback to see Cameron Bead-,
le, and seven other mn nain
'. l-.'.-ki.Syl!
Reynolds explained later1" t ha t
Beadle had refused to surrender
the collection plates, maintaining
that until the final court action is
taken, he is the rightful collector
of the church offering. "1
' 1 Ti
After the service, Alex Mufisell,
treasurer of the pro-Melish ores,
approached Sidener with a cloth
bag containing the 73.60.
Sidene at first refused to-'accept
the money. Later he iook"he
bag and turned it over to Reynolds,
who said it would be contributed
to a drive conducted by the' Epis
copal cntrities or Long siana

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AGE SIX

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN; INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, JULY V 1957
6viii At .Fast Clro

g aMiis9 i allies, m

It iWiU Take Great Drive
To Overtake Either Club

T2r MILTON RICHMAN
; NEW YORK, July 8 (UP) The first half of the
1957 major league season now is history, and it will
take one of the greatest second-half drives in history i
to; catch either the Yankees or Cardinals at the
breakneck clip they are traveling now.

- (BpUt the Yanks and Cards are in four ot Baltimore's runs as Tom
2 games ahead in their respec-l Brewer suffered his eighth setback

"five, pennant races today as all the! Johnson struck out seven en route

teams', pause for the annual All All-i
i All-i ibtat ureak.
.;The Yankees are whizzing along
t 4 Jtaenomenal .846 pace with 22
Victories in their last 26 games.

And the Cardinals are zipping a

long at a .722 figure with 26 out of

their' last 36, a pace mat iinauy
has begun to unravel what was
one oft he tightest National League

races, ever.
The world champion Yankees
made It four in a row yesterday
Ufhen 'they came from behind to
, deftt Washington, 7-5, while St.
Louis Swept a double-header from
Cincinnati, winning the opener. 3-

-2, iil It) innings and the nightcap
-6.-

. Id' other American League
games, the White Sox swept a pair

irom tne inaians, taKitig me la in inning
ning inning opener, 9-8, and the second
game," 7-2. Detroit topped Kansas

City: 5-2, and Baltimore beat Bos
ton. 84.

Philadelphia took both ends of I
, ':' t - n I.I 1

a ooUDioneaQor irom Drinwiyn,
2.1 r and 5-3, to move back into
the first division In the National
League; tho Piritos bat t h t
Giants twice,. 10-4 and 8-1, and
Milwaukee defeated Chicago, 4-
a. :

" Yogi Berra 's double with the

bases, full highlighted a four-run
rally by the Yanks in the eighth

inning after they had trailed the

Senators, 2-1. uu Mcuougaia cnn

ched the contest with a two-run

homer rin the ninth. Art Ditmar

sained the victory in relief of

Whitey Ford. Roy Sievers hit his

201 h homer for Washington

Jim Rivera tripled to open the

"Hh inning for the White Sox, then
eme home with the winning run
in the opener on Luis Aparicio's

sinele off Cal McLish. The White

Sox overcame a six-run deficit to
win the game, which was credited
to reliever Dixie Howell. Jack
Harshman checked the Indians on
five tuts in the nightcap as the
White Sox got -to Early Wynn fori
three runs in the first Inning on

four Uto and a walk. Earl Torgo-i

ich hit

iiAajor League

Leaders

r LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 200 official at bats)
- National League

P endX
Aaron, Mil.

Fondv. Pitt.

Musial, St. L.
Robinson,' Cinci.
Groat, Pitt.
Cimoli, Bkn.
Hodges Bkn.
Mays, NY.
Thomas, Pitt.

Crowe, unci.

G Ab R H Pet.

79 337 64 117 .347

67 273 32 94 .344

77 305 51 104 .341

78 317 58 99 .312

51 209 23 65 .311

68 268 46 83 .310

73 282 38 87 .309
78 292 56 90 .308

77 311 36 95 305

70 266 42 81 .305

!nt?e

to his seventh win,

Joe Cunningham drove in all
three Cardinal runs in the opener,
hitting a two-run homer in the
first inning and then singling home

tne Winning run l lue xuui. oam lmrlf inll uoik

Joes was the winner "in relief of Manti vm v hi w no n srq

bous rookie Von McDaniel, who 'Williams,' Boston 72248 55 85 .343

gave up DOMi uuuimau runs n B0yd Bait. 74 243 44 82 .337

the seven innings ne woriea. Kop-Skowrra N.Y. 72 280 43 93 .332

Kie BocDy liene amitn arove I'VMalZone. Boston 78 318 36 104 .327

four runs m the nightcap and Wal- pw jjeago 79 309 50 100 .3241

ly Moon tnree as -wumer wzeiilMjnoso Chicago 79 306 46 97 .317

son land Rocky Colavito eaci

Af Kaline and Charley Maxwell
e-ca connected for homers, driv driv-i
i driv-i S in all of Detroit's five runs be

tween them In the victory over

Kansas City. Paul Foytack post

c l his ninth victory with a seven-

It 'Iter, losinf bis shutout when Tim

Thompson homered with one on
In the ninth.
-Lankv Corniie Johnson of the

Orioles stopped the Red Sox on

even hits and Bob Nieman drove

won in reuei. &mnn, moon ana
llobie Landnth homered for St
Louis while Pete Whisenant hit
two for the Redlegs and Ed Bai-

lev hit one

Ed Bouch' ninth inning honv

or off Sal Maglie gave the Phils
their opening gam victory ov over
er over Brooklyn and ex-Dodger Chi Chi-co
co Chi-co Fernandei decided the night-
cap with a three-run double that
broke a 2-2 ts in the sixth. War Warren
ren Warren Hacker registered his first
victory since coming to the Phils
in the first game while reliever
Jim Hearu was the winner in
the nightcap
Frame Thomas and Dick Goat
combined to lead the Pirates to
their sweep over the Giants. Thom Thomas
as Thomas hit three homers in the twin bill
to drive in five runs while Goart

drove in six runs with a homer

in each game adn a bases-loaded
triple in the finale. Bob Friend
hurled a four-hitter for his sixth
victory in the second game as
Hank Foiles also homered for Pitt Pittsburgh.
sburgh. Pittsburgh. Lew Burdette of the Braves won

his first game since May 18 when
he held the Cubs to six hits. The
Brave3 got to Cub starter Dave
Hillman for three runs in the first

mnine on a walk. Hank Aaron's

single add triples by wes coving-

ton and Frank lorre.

Lemon, Wash. .79 307 36 96
McDotijjald, N.Y. 72 276 51 86

Jensen, Boston 70 260 51 78

HOME RUNS

.313
.312
.300

National League

Aaron, Braves
Musial, Cards
Crowe, Redlegs

Mathews, Braves

Snider, Dodgers

Amiricart League

Mantle, Vanks
Sievers Senators

William.; Red Sox

Maxwell. Tigers

Zernial, Athletics

npaaaaaHB

i DRIVE-IN

today

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LAST DAY! I

1

STEW KM

1

Swoon's Son Carries

130 Pounds To New
Arlington Record

NEW YORK, July (UP)

Sprinter "Swoon's Son" carrying
top weight of 130 pounds gallop galloped
ed galloped to a irack record at Arlington

Park in winning Ms lourtn
straight race this year.
Swoon's Son, under jockey Dave
Erb, was clocked in one-minute,
71 and three-tenths seconds for

the ven furlings, clipping seven seven-tenths
tenths seven-tenths of a second of the record.
In winning the $50,000 place added
Warren Wright Memorial, Swoon's
Snn mnveH into ninth place a-

mni? ihi all-time money winners.

"Fabius" was second in the
vtn nnrxe filed and "Besomer"

third. The winner paid $4 40, $240

and $220.
In other too races, odd-on fa

vnrite "Round Table" raced to

his third straight stakes triumph
in capturing the $47,000 Cinema
Handicao at Hollywood Park by

four lengths over "Joe Price.'
"Cohoes'r won the $25,000 Saranac

Handicap at Belmont Park. "Mi "Mi-notiek"
notiek" "Mi-notiek" reeistered a one-and-one

half lenrth triumph over "Rare

Treat" in the $27,000 Molly Pitch
r Umriinn at Monmouth Park.

And favored "Go Lightly" scored

a two-length victory over "Motor
Line" ill the $17,000 King Philip

Handicap at Narragansett Park.

RUNS BATTED IN
National League

Aaron, Braves

Musial, Cards

Crowe, Redlegs

Hoak, Redlegs

Enms. Cards

American Liagu:

Skowron, Yanks
Sievers, Senators
Mantle, Yanks
Malzone, Red Sox
Minoso, White Sox

27

20

18

17
16

22
20

20

18

16

73

66

55

55
53

60
59
57
56
65

Janina Trounces Henco; Sets
6 f urlong Mark For Natives

hhowing At Your Service Center Theatres Tonight

LABLO UTS. 7:H
V Newman
Walter Pldgeon
iia rack"
!Tnee "Far Horieons

MARGARITA :15 8:05

e Vivian Leigh

"THK DEEP BLUE SEA"

Toes. "An American In Paris"

1CIUSTOBAL
Alr-ConcUtloned

WALT DISNEY'S
"AFRICAN LION"
Tneeday "COCKLESHELL HEROES"

j j BALBOA Air-Conditioned 6:15 8:30
' XL wmiizii'fiii.ii(Wf fcv, I

Taesdey "DEATH OF A SCOUNDREL"

PARAISO :15 1:33
Gregory Peck
MOBY DICK"

SANTA CRUZ :15 1:20

"PRIVATE WAR OF

MAJOR BENSON"

CAMP BEERD :1$ IrtS Clerk Gable Jane Ruseell
"THE TALL MAN"

PITCHING W L Pet.

(Based en 7 declslens)

Shshtz, Yanks S I M0
Schmidt. Cards T 1 .875

Bunning, Tigers 10 .833

Sanford. Phils i 1 '433
Ttuckj( Athletics K -jri- .771

Bunning Or Loos Vs.
SimmonSe Anlonelli
In All-Slar Game
ST. LOUIS, July 8 (UP)-i
Jim Banning of Detroit or Bil Billy
ly Billy Loes of Baltimore will start
for the American League in to tomorrow's
morrow's tomorrow's all-star game, while
National League skipper Walt
Alston leaned toward one of
two left-handers Curt Sim Simmons
mons Simmons of the Phillies or John Johnny
ny Johnny Antonelli of the Giants.
American League manager
Casey Stengel bad considered
starting Early Wynn of Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland but those plane went out
the window when Wynn pitch pitchedand
edand pitchedand lost the nightcap of
a doublehtfader with the White
Sox yesterday.
Alston wants a southpaw to
start for him because the
American Leagve's starting
lineup Is packed with such
left-handed power hitters as
Yogi Berra, Ted Williams nd
Vic Wert i. Alston also has
Milwaukee southpaw -Warren
Spahn available to start but
he Indicated he would go with
either Simmons or Antonelli.
The weatherman predicted
a warm day for tho game to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow and the oddsmen pre predicted
dicted predicted a National League vic victory.
tory. victory. v

BELLA VISTA
Opens WEDNESDAY!
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hVHiPi-A!N .MAf Manager KerViFarrell of Cleveland
had his feet plapted as !f to th row a punch and has face
I mad enou$h-at Umpire John SnsTdurtol
a squabble Stevens was m motion, toohe gave Kerby the
old heave-ho here. Coach Eddie Stanky (No. 44), no amateur
at stirring trouble, came on Stevens from the rear

Easter, Nelson Trying
For Another Trip To

Majors With Homers

NEW YORK. July I -(UP) .i

Luke Easter of Buffalo ana To

ronto's Hocky Nelson, well-travel?

ed veterans, of tne. reao loetween

the minors and the majors, are!
hitting home runkrfar and often!

in an attempt to earn anotner

trip up

Both southpaw-swinging first

basemen contributed decisive
home runs Sunday to lead their
teams to victory in the Interna

tional Leaeue. Easter siueeea a

grand slammer to pad Buffalo s

6-0 winnine marein over Ro

Chester after the Red Wings had

tripped Buffalo, 6-3 in their dou-

bleheader opener.

Nelson bashed a game tying

ninth inning homer in Toronto s

5-4 opening game victory over

Montreal that save the Leafs a

twin bill split. Montreal took the

nightcap, 6-2, bemna r rea napp.

Havana s Manny Uieuar won

his fifth straight game, 9-1, over

Richmond after the vees n a a

taken the onener. 4-3. A superla

tive five inning relief stint by

Satchel Paiee save Miami a 4-3

decision over Columbus. The Jets,
Dowered by the six-hit pitching

of George O'Donnell, won the sec

ond contest, 3-1.

Nelson's 18tn circuit cioui, nis

fifth in six days, climaxed an up

hill Toronto struggle which- the

Leafs eventually won in 10 in

nings for relief pitcher Jack Cril

mian.

Kipp burling his second straight

winnina complete game, cnecs-

ed the Leafs on seven hits while

his Montreal mates pounded 11

off starter-loser Jim Puree

and Humberto Robinson.

Home runs by Allie Clark, Gene

Green and Pitcher Bill Greason

accounted for all of Rochester';

runs in its opening gsme triumph

over Buffalo ana rrea. uisn.

Easter's leasue-leadine .No. 26

shot handed Wing manager-pitcher
Cotton Deal -his-first loss aft after
er after five victories.

Today EncantO JS, J20
June Allyson In
YOU CANT BUN AWAY
FROM IT"
In Cinemascope!
Rory Calhoun in
"UTAH BLAINE

Today -IDEAL JO .10
Leslie Garon In- -"
G A B X
Stewart Granger in
"BHOWANl JUNCTION"

The standings, and. linescore-r:
Tesrts' '' J W- L Pet. OB
Buffalo ir 47 34 ..580

Toronto 47 35 .573-.- V4

Richmond

Rochester
Columous f
Havana -Miami
5
Montreal Sr-

45 ; 39.556- Stt
44 "42 512 5V4
39 44 .470 v SV4

39 f 45 .464 9H
' 37 45'.45110Vi

' 33 47 ,413.131

YISTCRDAY'S RESULTS
. 't- I t .. i '
(First .Game, fit' Innings)
Toronto 200-000-011-1 5 10
Montreal 130-000400-04 13

Robinson, Tiefenauer (2), C"i-
l rK 1 n. 1 n

imau k&j auu oi. viaire: loarK .r

McMinnv(9) and Pignatane. WP I

Crimlan. LP McMinn. HR Nel
son. i
(First, Came)

Buffalo .000-003-0003 10-1
Rochester O00-020-40x 6 1111

Hahn, Kume (8) and Astroth,
R. Ricketts, Greason (8) and D.

Ricketts. WP R. Ricketts. LP

Hahn. HRs Clark, Ortiz, Greason,

ureen.
(Firsh Came)
Havana 000-000-11139-RichmQnd
000-010-21X 4 9r

Scantlebury, Lane (7). Heard

IJ8) and Izquierdo; Kutyna, Coates

18) ana uniu. WP Kutyna. LP

Scantlebury. HRs Chi ti, Wind

horn.

(First Came)

Miami 020-020-0001-

Columbus 200-0104)003-

1
h-1

Hunsinger, Bunker' (5). Paiee

(5) and Bucha; Blackburn, Burts-

cny (6). Kildoo (9) and Kravltz

WP Paige. LP Blackburn. HRs
Powers, Micelotta, Herzog, He-

rrera.

CAPITOLIO
:5e. Me.
Spanish FTogrami
Ml DrSCONOCIDA
ESPOSA
! Also: '-
AQIT FSTAN LOS
AGVILARES

- ,7 IV Oil
IS. tic
GUNBBOTEERS
. Also:
THE" KING AND
FpUR QUEENS
with Clark Gable

CECILIA
Great Double Featuret
See Fats Domino In
SHAKE BATTLE AND
ROCK! ,
- Also: -..
Richard Denning in
GIRLS IN PRISON

RIO

lie.

Me.

In' Cinemascope
FRIENDLY
PERSUASION
with Gary Cooper
- Also:
world without
END

VICTORIA
25c I5e.
BLOOD ALLEY
Cinemascope)
SATELLTTE JH-
THE SKY

(Second Came)

Toronto 001 000 12 7 0
Montreal 002 013 x 6 11 1

Pearce. Robinson (6) and Rosel-

11; Kipp and Pignatano. LP

Pearce. HRs Schwegman 2.

(Second Game)

(Buffalo 006 000 0004 5 0

Rochester 000 000 0000 6 2

Herbert and Noble; Deal, B.
Blaylodk (4), Greason (6) and
Shantz. LP DeaL HRs Easter.

The eagerly awaited 'Janina

Henco match 'race, was "ho con contest"
test" contest" as the classy chestnut filly

of the hleta brothers ran away

from Henco to whin him by 18

lengths in new native record time

of 1:11 3 5 for six furlones yester

day afternoon before a large

crowd at the President Remon

racetrack. t 1
Carlos and Fernando Eleta col

lected tne $400 purse plus a $500

side bet posted by each owner.
Janina dispelled. ell doubts a a-bout
bout a-bout her superiority ever the celt

by passing" him in two jumps
artir the start then rapidly o o-penning,
penning, o-penning, a wide feed which she
increased as she went eleng to
score by almost a half furlong.

The usual group of dissenters
immediately voiceu tneir u o u d t

that the daughter of Keyhaven

Giory s Ace nau stepped tne mst
quarter in 22 seconds flat, the
nau in 46 and the final Quarter in

25 3-5 seconds to complete the sizz sizzling
ling sizzling l:xJ -6-b tune wmch is as last

as the best impurted horses run

nereaDOuts, However, several oil)'

er "dockers'' besides the official
timer hao, the speedy Eleta filly

Ciocxea in ner unusually last ime.

jorauuo Baeza roue janina wnile

r ernando Alvarez had the lex. ud

on nenco, isaeza also scored who

xeioreo and Coronation pay to

ue the day s top jockey.
Scintillation raced to a two two-length
length two-length pesl-te-pest victory in the
$750 ssven furlong secondary at attraction
traction attraction tor second and third se series
ries series imported horses. B l a k e e-mre
mre e-mre was second end Pavimttto
third.
Xhd day's only loneshot winner

was the Stud Kared's Panzaretta
which surprised with a J24 w i n

payoff after leading from start to
unish in the seven lurlons sixth

race And contributed the major
share of a $182.80 double combina combination
tion combination fonned with Coronation Day.

The dividends:

FIRST RACE

1 Sollto $3.60. 13;

2 Redondita $8.20

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

m

Teams

St. Louis v

Milwaukee

iniiadelphia
Cincinnati
Brooklyn
New York
Chicago
nttsourgh :

NATIONAL LEAGUE

W

46
U
42
'It
41
-36
26
29

Pet. GB
.597

.304 i 2Vi

.553
.030
.532
.456
.366
.372

3Mi

5
11
17

Today's Games
No games scheduled'
TOAAORROW'S GAME
At t. Louis Missouri

vu iieague au stars vs

American jueague All Stars,
.("rat Cam.)

i-nuaueipnia 000 OOU ixJl 2 !i A

oiooKiyaN 000 00U 1001 B 0

Hacxer (4-2), farreU and Lon-

Maglie (3-2) and "CampaneUa!

(Second Ginu

Philadelphia 002 003 OoO 5 9

Brooklyu 200 000 0103 7

caraweu, Hearn (3-1), Farrell

buu jbonnett.
. j0' Labine (3-fl Erskine
and Walker.
(First GamaV

Pittsburgh 303 001.30010 15 1
New York ; 000 020 301 mu n

bwanson (2-1), King and Rand.
Worthineton f7-5). Cmna m.

ivvurmicit ana natt.

(Second. Gams)

Pittsburtth oos nan i9n n

New York ? 000 000 010 1

Friend (69) and Foiles.

OOmeZ" (1-7). Monznnt ro,ri

... . .11,

aim rvesiruun. ,

SECOND RACE

1 Teloreo $7.60; $3.

i uanielo $2.40

..First peublet flS.eO
THIRD RACE,

Unda Susy IT.80, fi,,.Tr
2L.Dnn r.ranVsn 'Ari'W-

' One-Twet $11.40
FOURTH RACI

1 Bagdad $7.80. $4.40 1

Golden Moon $4.80
Qulnlela: $31.20
FIFTH RACK

1 Coronation Day $8, $3.60
2 Salero $3.20

SIXTH RACE

1 Panzaretta $24, $7.80
2 Riscal $9.20

Second Double: $182.80
SEVENTH RACE

3 Celestial Fire $2.60

Qulnlela: $5.
EIGHTH RACE

1 Janina $3.

, NINTH RACE

1 Scintillation $6. $3.40

2 iBlakemere $5.

One-Two: $24.20
TENTH RACE

1 Grand Finish $3, $2.20

nemozaaa $3.60

(Second Came)
Havana 006 OH 1-9 14 0
Richmond 000 000. 11 ( l
Cuellar, and Izquierdo: Peat.

NardeUa-(S) and ChitL LP Post.

Ei.lUl UN ..IIIIUI'IH"! .U .E II. EM II

, (First Game) f
Cincinnati), 010 001 000 02 11

at. JUMiis 200 000 000 13 80

awreiice is-s and Burgess.
V. McDaniel,.. Jones. (6-3). and. H.
smith. ,

; (Second Game)
Cincinnati 020 100 102

ot. Louis SOI A3A nn.o ia

Jeffcoat. Air

JM"; KliPPatein.,,, Osteen-and

Chicago 'OlOlOOOOO-Je
Milwaukee. son nnn m i a

f.' ana nieeman.
Burdette (6-6) and Sawatskil

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Teams

JNew xork
Chicago
Boston
Cleveland
Detroit -Baltimore
V'
Kansas City,"
Washington

W

51
49
42
39

L Pet.
26 JB&4
29 .628
37 .'..532
38 .506

39 39 .50

37 39 .487
29 47 .382
25 56 .309

GB
2Va
10
12
12Vi
13V
21Vs
28

Today's Games
Noames scheduled '-
. lUMOKKUW's GAME
. At St. Louis, Missouri
. National League Ait oiars
American league Ail btars

vs

YestercVay's Results'
New YorK ooi Oou 04a-i-7 8 0
Washington luo oui ql 5" 7 2
oia, Ditmar; (s i), nanu and
Berra. -, I
irascual (5-10), -Stobbsi Cleven Cleven-ger
ger Cleven-ger ana f ftzgeraid. i' ;. v
Baltimore 300 012 020-8 9 1

xvsiuu wi uuu ujo j x
jounson (7-6) auu AnauUos.
Brewer (9-8j, ChaKates and
Wnue. . .,
Kansas City 000 000 002.2 7 0
Deuoit .201 011 oox 5 11 0
Portocarero u-4j, mutOetiautii
Gfirman, Morgan,. U-itoaa aud
'l nnmnenn

Foytack (9-7) and Wilson. '
1 (First Game)
Cleveland 060 000 002 000 08 10
Chicago 010 400 300 000 19 17
,Mossi, Garcia, Daley,. IflcLisa
(4-3) and Nixon, Brown.
Donovan; Fischer. Derrlnirtnn:

LaPalme, Howell (3-3) and. Moss,
Battey. .-,

(Second Gama)

Cleveland : 00 010 0012 a S
Chicago c1 300 100 12x 7 10 1

wynn (11-10), -Pitula and Brown.
Harshman (7-3) and'Moss.

, jBalboa T To ll:!d

7ci-hllill:3 K::l.
E:rly l.'3xl i::r.::r

V i
V!
L

GOOD LOOKER iRn!
iger holds the girls' MUonal
record for the steiidiiig brood
jump end i co-holder of the
75-yard dash mark. Moving,
into adult competition, the 14-.

year-old los of Elmdale hope
it, become the first Kansas
woman to eompete e a- mem member
ber member o the U. S. Otympie teem.

By popular demand,' the Balboa
Armed Services YMCA-USO will
present another weight lifting con contest
test contest about the first week in Au August.
gust. August. TheTe will be a trophy award awarded
ed awarded for the first place winner and
individual medals given in each
weight classification.- 1
The last such -event held late
last year saw the making of some

fine and -unexpected records for

the Canal Zone in the two-hand

curl, bench press, squat, and dead

weight lift. The highest overall
seore in these three odd lifts was
made by a U.S. Marine, Carl Ni Ni-col,
col, Ni-col, with a total of 1,120 pounds.

In the individual lilts "howev-

er, Frank Rudolph, U.Sa 'Army,:
Ft. Gulick, made a record 140
pound lift in the two arm curl,
which at the time was not-equalled
even by first place winner. Ni Ni-col.
col. Ni-col. In that same acontest. Sebas

tian Colegrande, Albrook A.F.B.,
topped all others in-the squat: ev event
ent event with 340 pounds, w'--
Int ne coming contest three lifts
will be featured: bench press,
sauat edd dead lift. It is hoped to

LXiyi cocut & .xmmm uiiuvuoi a.vaa
bantam to heavyweight All U.S.

civilian and military personnel are

invited to participate.

No experience or special asms

are requrea oi any proipecuvo
liffai. Tha liftinff nroMdiua j in

these three lifts are simple. Those
wishing to train for the contest
miimiH the weiehtlifting facilities

at the Balboa YMCA-USO, where
practical instruction 'will also be

available. .-

(Second Came)
Miami 000 010 01 6 3
Columbus . 300 000 x 3 4 0

Conley, Snyder ($) and McCul McCul-lough;
lough; McCul-lough; O'Donnell and Petersen.
LP Conley. HRs Powers, Sulli
van.

Sports Briefs

. BARCELONA,. Spain,. July 8
(UP Germany beat Spain four-

two in a water-poio game at Mont Mont-juich
juich Mont-juich Manicipal Pool here 'last

night
Hslf -time, score two-sere ia- lay-!
our of the German-team.
i '

For the .iirst time, "MEN
IN WAR" treaU the rela

tionship between officers and
enlisted men uder (ire la an

adult manner. Tho antago antagonism
nism antagonism between Aide" Ray, a
sergeant, and Robert Ryan,

lieutenant, ts not. one mere

ly of clashing personalities.

rat er nnaerlyine tensions In

berent in the army system of
rank 'and responsibility. Tbe
subtlety of tbe attaatioa Is

even farther rotated an bv

the fact, that the sergeant,
while hostile to tbe Ueaten-

ast, as tonebiagly devoted to
tbe helpless, battleshecked
eolenel who Is ander bla care.

"MEN IN WAR" starring Rob Robert
ert Robert Ryan an4 Aide Ray eoeii
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THE PANAMA' AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE SEVL!
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Atlantic Basketball Leag

Third'RbUhdO: Begin

Fight

Crowd Cant See

Much Help In IBC Ban Ban-TV
TV Ban-TV Chokes Small Clubs

. ty JIMMY SRSSUri T
w NEW YOhK .-(NEA) -It made
big headlines, this court decision
which ordered the International

e
sat at a table and had coffee -and
worked over a sheet of figures
and Ernie asked the waiter for a
bottle of red ink.

"Anthony here is going away to

Boxing Clubs dissolved and Jim-fcamp," Ernie mused. "We are sit

JNOrrlS OUt 01 MaulSUU aiioaie
Garden and maybe from Ja legal
i i t I c..l.ttMl Dvin'l

; sianapoiiK iuukd ojivc.ibi
ruling rated attention.
Put- it didn't mean much to
.Ralph Cuomo, who used to man.
age fighters. ,"I eat and my family
eats," he was saying, ;"which is
more than most guys managing
fighters can say." ; -v
Cuomo made a living as a man
ager of small club fighters and
when the. Ridgewood Grove' and
Jamaica Arena and other places
were running he did- fine. But tel television
evision television took away his source of rev revenue
enue revenue and the wait for fights be
came too long so lie went to work
for a used car dealer and he still is
there. -.

i can't v see wwe roers
tn an hark." RalDh Maid,

"Th.if .till are coins to telelvise

tuA tiM three fiehts a week, what

Hn. it matter where Jim Ndrrls

is sent? As long' as they have t
rhara i no : boxing.

Thi w in the morning and

rnnmn left 'the coffee shop ; and

" headed for his car jot and a day's

f.aW ilon t midtown New

Vnrt'r boxinaSbeat. it was the

same story. The people in the busi business,'
ness,' business,' the fighters, trainers and
managers, didn't believe the game
was going target better, j fr
Lou StUlman leaned against' the
wal). in bis half empty gymnast gymnast-um
um gymnast-um and screwed up his face when
he was asked about it.
"What good,", he roared "is-a
judge J going to do these poor kids
in here? There ain't one of them
got a quarter... So the judge, says
a lot of things, which is fine. But
he doesn't say anything about tel television
evision television and that's killing this
game.' ; f s , ''N ..
Irnle Iraia an4 Tony Anthony

ting here trying to find Where the
carfare will come from. We feel
that is a more important decision

man tne judge s, xou iook at it
from our4, viewpoint, which means

you got to look up because we're

in a hole, you find out it won t do
a thing to help us. There won't
be any more clubs and there won't
be any more money, Thats all we

are concerned about, io we don't
even read what the papers say ma mahout
hout mahout the thing. ; ': ;

To call boxing a business in

New York, these days is implaus

ibje, for the St. Nicholas Arena is

the only club operating and u Bil

ly Graham? who Is in Madison

Square Garden, Cares to pick up

and option the Dig arena won t see

a fight until fall.

Even a oy like Al Weill is sty-
mied. -vr
Not that anybody has to. worry
About Weill, but it is a sien of

Lhow bad things are when this tnas-

icr maneuverer sus m nis ottice
and tells you,' "I ain't doin' much
of anything. I cot Solomon Mc-

Tier, my heavyweight, fightin' in

Chicago in a coupia weeks. Davey
Rent hurt his hand in Mintreal so
he is not ready and Bobby Grows
wife just gave birth so he is only

startin' U train again, v

"No that any of it means too
much; Because 1 ain't-got places

to put tnenv. wnere are you going
to keen a. fiffhter active around

hpre? It ain't easy. So I'm just

sitting tight. Maybe that ruling

will heln. I don't know. Thtv'll still

have the television shows, x wont

they?

Apparently they" wiir and that

means the diet of fiehti (future

TV bookings: Gaspar Ortega 'vs.

Larry Baker) which has helped
the public become disinterested

will continue until boxing falls
part for good, j ,

Doubleheader
To je Played
At Margarita

Standlne
Atlantic Basketball League

Wen Lett Pet.

Alumni
Cristobal

Powells

Working, Boys

.800

.600

.400

.200

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X i

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Tonight's Games
Powells vs Alumni

Cristobal vs Working Boys

y TREVOR SIMONS
The third round .of the 1957 At

lantic Basketball League sets un

derwiy tunight at the Margarita

gym wiut a pair oi contests tnat

will do much to determine how

close this year's race actually will

The Hunt for the crown tighten

ed dome what- last week Monday

rwhen. In a pair of upsets. Alumni

lost tneir iirst, game or tne season

54 to 49 to Cristobal and the Work Working
ing Working Boys polished off Powells in
the night cap to score their first

1957 win.
Tonight Alumni will face Powells

for the third time this, year, Pow-

ens navu yet to score a win a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the league leaders, dropping

a pair a to 42 and 49 to 47. Both

were close games that could have

gone either way right down to the
final vnistle. The Working Boys,
inspired by their 52 to 41 victory
over Powells last Monday will take
on Cristobal in the second game

tomgnt.'
Another race of interest to the

Atlantic side cage fans will be the

one for high scoring honors. Louis
Hooper veteran eager of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Basketball League, has been

snowing nasnes oi tne greatness
that had been bis for many years.
Louis now paces the loop with 72
points in five games.

Close on his heels is Alumni's
John Hatgi, who has accounted for
70 points Noel Gibson, rangy Pow

ells eager, has a w point total on
the year and figures prominently

in tne scoring oattie, aa ooes "Ma
china Gun" Gil Smith of the work'

ing Boys whose season total is 62.

Tonight's action begins at 7 p.m.

y ViW 1

ALL- ;
STAR

RIVALS

A.L. vs. ti.L.

CASEY STEfJGEL

k1 u

Tim; ill

i r, an a,,--

3 is

VAtT ALSTON

Pung Incident. Stresses

Golfer Must Intensify On
.....

Score As Well As Game

;YARE)lLLiY.

. SHAVING SOAPS AND CREAMS. SHAVING LOTIONS, -HAIR
PREPARATIONS, TALCS AND COLOGNE FOR MEN

YARD LIT f OLD BONO STRUT LONDON

Japans Ishimoto

Smashes-Butterfly

100-Meter. Record

TOKYO. July I (UPU, Takashi

Ishimoto of Nihon University to

day set new worm marie or 1:01.3

minutes for the 100-meter butter

fly clipping two-tenths second of

anotner world record ne set last

month.

Team-mate Fumiaki Masunasa.

placing second and swimming the

distance in 1:03.4, also broke the

new world standard of 1:03.5 fixed

by the International Swimming

f ederation earlier this year' under

new rulings.'

Ishimoto. silver medalist in the

200-meter butterfly at the Mel

bourne Olympics, swam the 100 100-meter
meter 100-meter in 1:01.5 in a meet in south southern
ern southern Japan on June 18.

Che 22-year-old Ishimoto net his

new mark today in a meet be

tween his university and Chuo U-siversity.

Japanese swimming officials said

only Hungary's G. Tumpek had

broken the new world standard
besides the two Japanese aces.

Tumpek's time was 1:03.4, the
same as Masunaga's.

The meet today was held at the,
50-meter Meljt pool The atmos atmospheric
pheric atmospheric temperature was 27 (C) and

that the pool water 22.5 v(C),

By HARRY CRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) Judging
bv the criticism leveled at the U-

nited States Golf Association as

the result of the Mrs. Jackie rung
incident, you would suspect that

its officiate were running around

looking to disqualify apparent win win-nera
nera win-nera of important tournaments.

"The rule was deemed necessa necessary
ry necessary to insure the proper distribu distribution
tion distribution of prizes. Medal play is the
basis' for qualifying for match
play. Thirty-two qualifiers turn in

OUT OF DOORS with

mm

By JIMMY DEMARET
Written far NEA Service
THE seven iron is used 'from
135 yarda out. k"
Employing this short iron, the''

averace gotter'a principal trouble i''
is playtiifi the ball too much, oif 1.
the left loot. The clubhead reach-'"'
es the bottom ot its arc before, it-

reaches the ball. It bits behind"

the ball, wastes-its oroocr oowcr

on the tne turf or catches the bait
on. the -upswing for a topped shot, '-!
f ?!... 4L.:. -l..u i- ti iM, :"

u(iv4 wit. .ctuu, le veriKo
player changes his swing instead f ;
of his stance. The swing should
not be changed. The body and jketjf
should be- advanced toward the'.
hole, placing the Hands in "pjftfc 'V;. 'V;.-tion
tion 'V;.-tion where the ball must be struck-,;
on-the downswing. ".r-
Play the baU off the right hee'C1
' This i farther back than mna

playing professionals hit the batw'

out 11 in axes certain tnat the nan
wiW be taken before the- divot. It"'
assures you of the required ;io'rt;Ti
without lifting-the ball, as-well K
aa accuracy. Keep the hands close J"
to the body. Shorten the grip grip-slightly.
slightly. grip-slightly. There is less bodv action.

than when using the longer irons--.,
Firm' hands maintain cbmplbti1,;",,"
control. The club is taken back... -V
low and slowly to nrevent a ,too'

rapid cocking of the wrists and

the resultant choony twins.' For' '.

suuum 1101 isxi Deiow nouiaer.
level. The1 left side should be flrnv.i Hi
ly planted and the hips square sq
to the ball by the time the hands,;rt
enter the hitting son,

By JOE STETSON
Peg Editor

MANY and varied

claims of fanciers of

are the
different

form decisions."

As the executive committee

stressed in making the competi competi-tor
tor competi-tor su!elv rasnnnihl for the rnrv

wwi scores, ine cnampionsnip rectness ol the score recorded for
flight l all made up, and some-ieach hole, it is a simple matter
one comes along pointing out that to discharge this responsiblity, and
he haJ,a 3. instead of a 4. That the penalty, although extremely

w. mm twv yiucs w no severe, may easily, do avoided.

have gone home and c a n't ba

reached for a play-off. Everybo

dy must be treated alike by uni.

The toiler must concentrate on

keeping score as well as his or
her game, 1 v

breeds lur the ipeedl of the dogs
Of their choice,,
It is natural that we should find
greatest speed among coursing
hounds. These are all grey grey-bound
bound grey-bound like dogs in conformation.
They include the ancient Afghan
hound and saluki, the vorzoi or
Russian wolfhound, the Scottish
deerhouud, Irish wolfhound, the
greyhound itself and Us entailer
edition, the whippet. All these,, but
possibly the whippet, can run
down wolves and coyotes. Except,
ing, also, the Irish wolfhound, they
can run down deer and gazelles.
No dog, nor other land bound
animal for that matter, has the

speed of the cheetah. nni ranthrt'Stf

fastest i'og match strides with'ff

dis-'"lt

.ml

horses bred for running at

tances beyond a' half mile,

, Top greyhounds" approximate ar.ort

miles per hour for a halt m i I eits
My guess la that, ii the distance ','
increased, the chances of a fast.ii&
borzoi catching a greyhound '-'
would increase. t
Afghans and "salukls jnlshl ,
have dome advantaga over the
greyhouno In the loose sands of u.

their native lands because of their

foot -itrueture.? vj,- ;mr:4i
At short distances, 'say 40a ( to- 0
200 yards, the whippet would of
show Us tail to other members of r
its species. . i. i.av

Mrs. JackJe Peng1 I

By BEANS Rf ARDON
Written fer NEA Serviee

on

In the cold, sober afterlight of

the U.S. Women's Open at Wing

ed Foot, you realize that the otli
ciala had no other: choice under
madata handed down by the ex

ecutive committee last winter.
That made the competitor solely

responsible for the correctness of

the scorj recorded for each hole.
There really is nothing nw a-

bout the Pung case, pisqualifica

tion was the penalty lor. yeara.
Paul Bunyon was similarly dii dii-qualified
qualified dii-qualified in the U.S.' Open of 1933,
when bis" m a r k r and claying

partner was none ether than the
great Chick Evans. A professional
named Wally Ulrica was the vic

tim of poor mathematics in tne

upen 01 iwo.

When the USGA sought to mod

ify the penalty last yesr. it was

QUESTION": With a runner

third base, the pitcher steps off
the ruhber. He la. about .to ilea

back When the runner breaks for blasted lor bting too lenient be-

home. The pitcher throws to. the cause tne otiendera were not con con-plate.
plate. con-plate. The batter hits the bill into tenders. There were three inci inci-lft
lft inci-lft field for a alnele and the run- dents in the two Opens of 195S,

nw rrniiM the clit. Ii this Wand Jackie Burke." Gil Cavanaugh

gal? Richard Armstrong. jand Betsy Bawls each was penal-

Answer: vie. 1 ne Darter, h eur ueu iw iruc
far interference end the runner re .'

furm te third ban. ',-"-. I It wis after this that the exe-

Q. Do umpires have an unwrit-eutive committee definitely decid-

ten rule about certain actions of

clivers which make for automatic

dismissal? Loo King.

A. Yea. The kia thing is, "Denl

shew me vm." t, fer example, a

ed that the book could not be re

written on the spot every time a
difficult -aituation bobbed up.

"While many consider the pen-

any toe severe, there are very

laver threws hit eeuiement er good reasons for it explains Jo-

hit cap en the greund, he usually seph C. Dey, Jr., executive direc-

it asked te leayi. Umpires will let tor 01 ine USliA. "It s a rule tor
e catcher say almett anything at orderlincaa and procedure. If there
leng 11 he keep hit kick te him were ou rules, there would be
te the fane went knew abewt H. chaos.

But M the catcher turn arewndl "But lor thit rule, players could

and even say, "HI," end he ia in keep cetnging their cards indefi-

e im.

Sports Briefs

nitely. It standardize! teeriag

j Tournament committees cannot be
I permitted to take this into their

own nanas. . T
"Tu9 wide discretion by die
USGA would result in too wide
interpretation throughout the
rountrr. The toumimrnt ehalr-

MELBOURNE," Auitralia, July min the Squeedunk Country

t (UP5 The Hungiriin socceriClub Jav-Jitional Four-Sail would
team Frencvaros beat Voctoria -iy, IheUSGA can't make op its
1 yesterday in hotly contested mind. Well make our own rules.'
pmt. (An obvious purpose of the rule u
Three pf the Yictorims were in-. to prevent cheating and split de de-Jured.
Jured. de-Jured. including one with a broken colons in moril judgment cast be

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FAGTS EIGHT
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER ;
PERrtjj
: THIS. SPACE IS, FOR SALE? V
i FOR INFORMATION. TELEPHONE -07,40
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Houses Apartments

FOR HINT Nrf lilt
iMmi, living-dininf room, maM't
" room, poreh and rag. Furnish Furnish-v;
v; Furnish-v; mi or unfurniihad. Cornar Patao,
HlJ? Cincuantonario and 7fK Avonua,
' Coco dal Mar (San Franciaee).
Phono 3-3005.

FOR RENT: Modern chalot two
: bodroomi, aaraao,' maid'a room.
Aquiline do la Guardia Slroor No.
22. oppoiita "E Panama Hotel."
Phono 3-0297.
FOR RENT: For the months of
Aufust and Septombar, 3-bad-nm
chalot at Juan Franco set settlement,
tlement, settlement, furnished with all con
veniances. For information tola tola-phono
phono tola-phono 3-4340 from 5 P-nt. to,
7 p.m.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished residence, 3 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms, garden. 15th Street
No. 114, Paitilla. Phono 3-4522.
PHILLIPS Ocoansldo Coagoa
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana-
ma, R. do P. Phono Panama
1-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. On mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono Balboa 1866.
Rooms
FOR
RIKIT- Clean, furnished
: -; room in oesr resioonnai iinnn.
- Cooking facilities. 43rd Street
" No. 13,
Smallpox, Kills
fin. Britain;
Olhsr Cases Found
LONDON,. July f (UP) A
Bhsoner at Brixton Prison is aus
pecteu oi naving aniouyv,
Ztw mHmr who have Deen in I
contact .with him havi been vac

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cinated. the itome uiuce uu w.iy boouujtb

''Governnient spokesman said
, tnAmv wisitorcsra tomDorarily bar
red from the prison, and "it will

b Mveral -days Mtpra- m pna pna-on
on pna-on is laar., mi
Two parsons bay died in tne
' Dartford Smallpox Hospital.
At thai same time it was an-
. nounced there was no change in
the condition of a amallpox pa patient
tient patient related to one of last week's
victims.

-She-is the aunt of a six-year

- bid patient who died last week.
..An iKvear-old eirl. the only

ftther toatient in the exclusively
amallDOX Dartford Long Reach
Hospital, la atill under observa observation,
tion, observation, v
Gsorge Howell
Funeral Services
Tuesday Allemoon
V Funeral services will be- held
at S p.m. tomorrow at the Herre Herre-ra
ra Herre-ra Cemetery for George Howell,
retired employe of the Canal or-
' Conization who died Sunday after after-fcoon
fcoon after-fcoon at Santo Tom as Hospital aft after
er after a brief illness. He was 66 years
Id.
Kr. Howell suffered a eerebral
nemorrhage on July 4. He died
at 1 p.m. Sunday
Friends may call at the Revival
House Mission Church in Caledo Caledonia
nia Caledonia until 4 p.m. tomorrow when
the cortege will leave for the ce ce-'
' ce-' znetery.
A native of Barbados, Mr. How Howell
ell Howell came to the Isthmus during
the early part of the construction
period. He worked for over 37
years with the Canal organization,
most of his service having been
with th Mechanical Division
' where he was employed as a help helper.
er. helper. Mr. Howell lived with h i s
wife, Louise, at 262 10th Street,
Bio Abajo.
He is survived by ten children,
all living on the Isthmus, and 2
grandchildren. The children are:
James of Paraiso; Adolphus, of
Gamboa, and Gwendolyn, George
' Jr., Fitzgerald. Etbelbert, Edward
Hilton, Sidney and and B. Howell,
ill of Panama City.
FOR BETTER
USED CARS
unicar! s. a.,
volkswagen
Agency
; THE BEST
GARBAGE CANS
ar mad by
PANAMA SHEET
ETAL WORKS

ATTENTION. I.I Jaat bu
modem famished apartments, l(
2 bsd rooms, hot, cold ware.
Phono Panama 3-4941.

FOR RENT s Spacious two-bedroom
unfurnished apartment la
fine residential dictrict, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1 661
during office hours.
FOR RENT: Cool, furnished
apartment en "Via Poms. No,
120, beside Roosevelt Theater,
overlooking SAS Commistsry. for
information phono 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Army inspected
fuanished I -bedroom apartment,
all conveniences. 4th of July
Ave. Phono 2-1 140 after 2 p.m.
Lovelorn Sleno
Plunges To Death
From Hotel Window
BUFFALO, N.Y., July 8 (UP) j
A 19-year-old stenographer. dis
traueht over a broken romance.
plunged to her death yesterday,
from the 12th floor of a downtown
Buffalo hotel.
The hurtling body of, Silvia Pe-
titt struck the top of a parked
car and glanced off to the side sidewalk.
walk. sidewalk. Police said there were no
witnesses.
Miss Petitt, who lived in the
outlying town of Tonawanda, lft
a purse next to the hallway win window
dow window from which she plunged. Is it
was a letter ana tne cara ot a
nearby industrial firm through
which her identity was traced.
She was not registered at the ho
tel.
Police said the note read In
part:
"I only know I loved yon. May
our love live in our hearts and be
treasured in our memories forev
er. .ours was a love nonest ana
pure, something to be proud of
I lust didn't feel that it would
b right, and that it would be
to who n..
"I pray that the good Lord
watches over you. This is my on
Busman: Brings C
(Continued from Vac 1
Wanted a lawyer. Reach, net tm tm-cJeratancUrtg,
cJeratancUrtg, tm-cJeratancUrtg, had replied:
I dortrt ne-td ,a liar. I have a
white."
Roach had been fined $50 last
year on a charge of reckless driv
ing he has faced the Magistrate
on many other occasions for min minor
or minor traffic violations.
The case was continued until 1:30
this afternoon. Bail of $25 was set
on each of the two charges.
Bulgy, Mr. K.
(Continned from rare I)
say Russia's big purge may lead
to some softening of the Krem
lin's attitude toward the west.
Thuy said smuggled Russian
documents reveal that party
chief Khrushchev is substantial substantially
ly substantially correct in charging the oust ousted
ed ousted loaders with fostering bad
relations with western nation
and with Yugoslavia in particu particular.
lar. particular. However, the observer caution
ed against expecting any drastic
change in Soviet policy as a re-
suit of the sliakeup.
China experts in Hong Kong
say the Russian nuree has furth
er complicated Red China's dom domestic
estic domestic problems. They said the
Peipine regime is having a hard
time putting its policy of allow
ing differences of opinion into
lines the Communist Party wants.
iney saiu tne government now
haa to cook up something con
vincing enough about the nurse
to satisfy the people.
Former First Lady
Mrs. Grace Coolidge
Dies Aged 78 Years
NORTHAMPTON, Mass., July 8
(UP) Mr. Grace Goodhue
iXKMKige b, wiaow oi iormeri
She died at 12:50 a.m. (EDT) at
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for "medical treatment- and five
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!d hTllAr MY;ch olscn"- rect from here the Soviet conspir conspir-Heshkrtduced
Heshkrtduced conspir-Heshkrtduced to three the "f STSiJSSSff
Pre Uvinf mv" rf ,ormff Eti&SZ AESFSS Z
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The hm are Mrs. Woorlrow
Wilson, Mrs. Franklin D. Roose Roosevelt,
velt, Roosevelt, and Mrs. Harry S. Truman.
Stocks Reached
For New Highs
At Opening
NTW YORK. July I (UP)
Stocks continued their drive to today
day today to advance) the four points
necessary to put the Industrial
average Into new record high

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tEATE rODK AD WITH ONB OF Otm AGENTS OK OUB OFPICKS AT IS-3T "II HTREET, PANAMA tIBRERIA PRECIADO-T Street No. 11 AGENCIAS
INTERNAL. DK PUBLICACIONES No. S Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOUBDES PHARMACV-182 L Csrraaquille EABMACI LOM LOM-BABOO
BABOO LOM-BABOO NO. II "B" Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. A J St. LEWIS SERVICE Ave. TlvoU No. 4 FARMACIA ESTADOS UN1DOS 14 Central Ave.
FARMAC1A LUX 14 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. re. do la Osse Ave.No. 41 YOTO DOMVWusto Arowmena, Ave. and 33SI. FARMACIA

VAN-UER-JIS se sueet NO.
the Bella Vlsto Tkeatre.
Automobiles
FOR SALE -1954 Dodgo 2-dr.
Station Wagon, six-cylinder, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, 2100 miles,
S14O0. Coco Solo 554, after 4
p.m. or office 652.
MUST SELL: 1956 Fordor
Mainline 6-cyl., 10,000 miles,
$1700 cash or finance. Call Sal.
1601 or 0779-K Williamson
Place, Leaving for States;
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford 4-door,
radio, Fordomatic, low mileage,
vr.ll.n Mndlrinn On awmr.'
nri" 1 4 f- L I- 4 iiii
a9s msgoon, wiadih, A--r-r-r.
FOR SALE: 1950 Do Soto 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, good condition. 48th St.
'No. 15. Phone 3-3443.
FOR SALE: 1952 Buick Super
' Hardtop, very good condition.
Price $595. 2-1872.
FOR SALE: Save $750 below
C.Z. price, new 1957 Ford Sta Station
tion Station Wagon, 1 1 00 miles, $2475
cash or terms. 572-A Curundu
Hgts. 83-6230 evenings.
FOR SALE: Red fir black 1953
Buick Special Hardtop Converti Convertible.
ble. Convertible. Balboa 4177 or 1993.
TRANSPORTS! BAXTER, S. A.
Packer! Shippers Mover
Phono 2-2451 J-tl
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding t Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 P.m. Phono 2-2451
or av appointment;.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar I.,Ue Ins. Co.
for rates and information
TeL Panama 2-0551
EXPERT TRAVEL
ARRANGEMENTS
FidaiKiuefray Servicr Servicr-TI.
TI. Servicr-TI. Pan. ,2.1661 Si
TELEVISION
ELE VISION SERVICE
'tAuisasrsin-rva
TEL. 2-4557
"Slim Vont Hanre down"
BODI REDUCING
McLerr Machines, Massese
team Bath csale and (anale
Medical belts, erth braces.
0RT0PED1A NACI0NAL
Sa A. Juste Aresemena S-K1T
Dr. 8CUOIX trained ChlmpodUt
Visit Our
CAMERA
Department
...ask for Bill
. L Medtiro Jr.
n nance Medeaal
COLON
Nationalists Scent
Russian Beachhead
In Mexico City
vFYTm CTTV Julv i fUPI
"fT" u"'- IT am.
nussuu muaaBj wnw v.. v
iB subversive activities through
out tlM Western Hemisnhere.
Reiteratmg the accusation made
"b,'r WI2.-el2i T?-
lF tun to di-
airuyui wuu-.
The statement also denounced
what it called the "subversiye ac
tivities of foreign political retu-
tees ia Mexico. It- said such ex
iles "abuse our hospitality every
hour of 4be day and embarass our
country abroad whbj violating our
neutrality and the principle of
do d -intervention in the internal
affairs of other countries.
The statement cited as an ex
ample the "establishment of train
ing camps here by Cuban relu
geea needed by Fidel Castro. It
said turh camps were set up in
'the State of Mexico, Tabasco,

U Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE I. Fe. do
SI FARMACIA EX BATUBRO-Taroue Lefevro
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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Automatic washing
machine, ironer with chair. Call
84-3116.
FOR SALE: Mahogany custom
built Hi-Fi and radio comb, w w-rocord
rocord w-rocord cabinet $425; settee, Ig.
chair, stool $20; baby bed. (Kid (Kiddy
dy (Kiddy Koop) $15; baby hi-chair
$10; Argus C-3 $25. Call Bal.
1601 or 0779-K Williamson
Place. Loaving for States.
FOR, SALE Stove Magic Chef,
refrigerator General Electric, ta tables
bles tables kitchen cabinets.. 43 rd St,
No. 46, Bella Vista.
FOR SALE: Porcelain refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, 25-cycles; dishes Fiesta
Wear, glasses and miscellaneous
articles, 5360 Magoon PI., Dia Diablo.
blo. Diablo. Phono Balboa 2918.
FOR SALE: 8-ft. rafngoratar,
Apt. size stove, wardrobe. 47th
Street, "Olaa Ants.." Ant. N.
after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: '21" Capehart TV
console with outside antenna,
cabinet in dark mahogany $140.
Phono Albrook 86-3274.
FOR SALE: Bendix Economat
washing machine. Curundu 2124.
FOR SALE: Refrigerators, all
models, 25 cycles, good condi condition,
tion, condition, $35 each. Kadoch, Phono
1088-B, Colon.
Safer, Saner Fourth
Still Costs Lives
Of 696 Americans
NEW YORK, July 8 (UP)-The
long rourtn oi July weekened ap appears
pears appears to have been a much safer
and sane one than the nation's
tralfic experts thought. -it would
oe, aespite a xasn of hieh-fataUtj
accidents. A
, Barring a late spurt in accident
reports, it appeared the hichwav
. toil for the f our-dav holida v. would
iau neiow me average tea deaths
mar wouiir occur in a similar non
holiday neriod. in Julv,. 'i
And the toll ai. certain to'wind
up well below thv National -Safety
Councils pre-holidajr estimate
55 deaths daring the 102-hour
perioa from 6 p.m. Wednesday to
miumgni lasi nigni.
A United Press count at 8 a.m
cur loaay snowea 400 persons
killedi!in traffic. There' were 206
drownings, 3 fireworks deaths, "25
killed in plane crashed and 72 in
miscellaneous mishaps for a total
of 696.
California had nearly one-tenth
of the nation's traffic fatalities
with 47 killed. New York counted
30, Ohio and Pennsylvania 28 each
ana Texas 23.
The all-time record for traffic
deaths during the Independence
Day holiday was 501, set in, 1950.
This was the second straight
holiday in which motorists scored
a life saving record on the high highways.
ways. highways. Traffic deaths also ran near
normal and far below estimates
during the Memorial Pay Holiday.
Ned H. Dearborn, President of
the National Safety Council, cred credited
ited credited law enforcement agencies and
motorists with "doing splendidly"
in keeping the toll down.
Three states, Nevada, Rhode Is Island
land Island and Delaware, recorded no
traffic deaths for the holiday.
Campeche, Michoacan and Oaxa-
ca, with centera of operations a a-long
long a-long the coasts of Quintana Roo,
Yucatan, Tabasco and Campeche,
where they have amphibian planes
and ships at their disposal."
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BRIDGE lil V kS WAX k.nUE.K rsuuni imi.t-iwi wu mi
a 58-year-old wooden bridge bnckled ander a H-Mr freight train, sending five crewmen, two
engines and two freight cars plunging into Al bemarla Sound. Three ot the crew were rescaeo.

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la Osse Ave.No. 41 YOTO DOMY dusto Arowmena, Ave. and O) rAiuriv"
I Street TABMACIA SAS'N-Via Poires 111 JDOVEOADES ATHI9 Beside
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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 1956 Montetelr
Mercury Hardtop. Reasonable.
24-inch TV R.C.A, Phono 3 3-2775.
2775. 3-2775. v;,ifS'va,S;eyi,'
FOR SALE: Registered Cocker
Spaniel pups, 5 weeks old. Call
Pedro Miguel 4-601."
"TECHO" BRAND PRlMI QUA QUALITY
LITY QUALITY ZINC SHEETS' 36 BG
2 x 6', special galvanized finish,
$1.25 per SHEET. '"PAN AMER AMERICAN
ICAN AMERICAN CONTRACTORS. INC.",
6th StreeV Parquo Lefevro, Tels.
3-547 1, 3-6707 or "LA IM IMPORT
PORT IMPORT ADORA SELECTA", H St.,
Tel. 2-1483.' f
FOR SALE: A m a n a upright
freezer,. 19.4 cu. ft., excellent
condition. Phone Coco : Solo
8602.'
CLEARANCE SALE of Costume
Jewelry, Homo Decorations, Lea Leather
ther Leather Goods, Stationery, Novelties
and many others. Sorry; Cash on only,
ly, only, MATMOR No. 1 22, Central
Ave., across from Felix, Mad'uro.
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John Nickerson receives a, kas.Irom: Ws wife, Carolyn, at Rea

stona Arscnalr"Huntsville, Ala.

to being careless with guided missile aecreis, receivea a repri reprimand,
mand, reprimand, a year's forfeit of rank and a fine of $100 a. month for
15 months.

Doing 'South Pacific' For Screen
Terri fies Writer-Director Logan

HOLLYWOOD, July. 8 (UP)
Pulitzer Prize-winner Josh LOgan
says he is "terified" about transr
forming; nis musical smasn,
"South Pacific,"! to tne screen no
matter how good a jon he noes,
critics and public alike will howl
their heads off. ;
Because the stage version is so-
well-known. Logan feels he must
stick to the- original as closely as
possible, but still give auaiences
something new.
It s asm to creating a new 01a
favorite."
Looking back at recent musicals
made into movies, one finds "O "O-klahoma"
klahoma" "O-klahoma" and "Carousel" laid
medium-sized eggs. "The King and
' was a huge success.
"We're sticking exactly to the
atnrv Hne. aavs Loean. a big.
friendly man "but we must show
things that were only tauten aooui
on the stage.
"Ball H'ai The island para
dise was never really shown -in
the theater. We created a mood
instead.' Movie audiences will ex
pect to see the place. Everyone;
has his own .conception of what
the isle looks like, so no matter,
how erotic the island is on screen
some people will be disillusioned.
"We have a team poking around,
the South Seas looking for an i i-deal
deal i-deal island in the Fiji group."
Why doesn t Logan buna a tro
pical island on a sound stage?
"Movies are an outdoor medium
be says. "Audiences can tell the
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Remember to call Panama
2-4616 U.S. Television for fsst,
efficient service.
The FATIMA PHARMACY lo located
cated located at Mercada El Ry, offers
efficient filling of prescriptions
and homo delivery service Phono
3-3416., ....
Boots '& Motors
FOR SALE: Boats t one 23 -ft.
steel, hull double end'er; one 18 18-ft.
ft. 18-ft. wood hull, 25-hp. Universal
. motors. Boats need work.: $550
for both, Call Balboa 2-3578.
FOR SALE:- 14-ft, boat with
trailer and two. 10-hp. outboard
mbfors, $220. Phone Balboa
3204.-''''
FOR SALE Cabin cruiser 18 12
ft.r60-hp. Ford V-8 engine, re recently
cently recently overhauled. Cash or terms.
Call Albrook 2207. v
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- ;;Hi xourr martial over, Col;
Nlckerson, who pleaded guilty
difference, and a" phony back background
ground background destroys the illusion of a
tnrv t V
The writer director also is get
ting his lumps for his choice of
cast. Some say he is out of his
mind, others declare he's a' gen genius.
ius. genius. '. :-:!-
' The picture version stars Mitxi
Gaynor in Mary Martin's role of
nurse Nellie Forbusb. Koitnno
Brazzi plays Emil de Becque, the
romantic planter portrayed on
Broadway by the late Ezzio Plnza
"We chose the cast believing
that such a familiar property did
not require overly familiar faces,"
he said.
For the role of Nellie we want
ed a bright, perky girl who could
sing and dance. Every actress in
Hollywood and 'New York asked
for the role, but Mita was me
only one. who was -willing to test
for l.t' --erf- u 1'-
'If Marv Martin really had
wanted to play the role we'd have
gone to any lengths to cast ner,
but she decided acainst it.
"Brazzi is a mystery. I have no
Idea how he will clay tne part. He
was excellent in. 'Summertime,'
and we think he will do a line
job for us. John Kerr plays' tne
role of tne young Marine iieuten
ant.
"'South Pacific belongs to
evefvbodv Loean concluded.
"It's a : terrific, responsibility
bringing so well-loved a story to
me screen. jnauer i sacu

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WANTED: Wpirfan, teacher' fo
j(4each young .child Firsts Second
;' grade English. Call Mrs. Monso,
Phone 2-338 or 3-3268.;'

Real Estate
REAL BARGAIN: Large three J;
bedroom house on concrete col columns
umns columns and extra rental house on
large 766 meter lot, Radio City,
only $4500 cash. PATTERSON,
3-1 1J4. :-
NOW OR NEVER Only $544, V
down, $28 monthly one-bed-v
room concrete chalet, city water
and light,. 1 0th St., Rio Abajo.
PATTERSON, 3-11 14, No, 15
' FOB Ski C .C.....I. I I w
vest v and sell lots, retire, near
Racetrack; 4500 meters. nice :
two-bedroom house; all for $M ;
500 with- small down payment.
PATTERSON, 3-1114..
FOR SALE: Small Finca on s
Highway, Pilon. Attractive price.
Call 543-1 or 456-L, Polen, Mr
Saunders.'
FOR SALE;, 5 -hectare farm -with
concrete chalet 2 bedrooms,
completely, furnished, other eon-'
veniences; one mile from cement
factory on Trans-Isthmian .High- :
V way, $12,000. For ntsre details -write
to "Apsrtado 924," Pana- J
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eeem to merger three Bawker Hunter 6 jet fighters are closely
flanked by two other as they soar through the sky oyer North
Weald. Eneland. The first Hunter team to do aerobatics with

five planes,: the all-black ships
Paris, air show.
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Revenue Service in their new campaign to crack down--on
moonshiners and bootleggers. In some parts, of the country
the back-yard distillers and bootleen still carrr

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, APPLICATIONS being taken for
restaurant employes at Fort Clay
ton NCO Club from a.m. to S
p.mJ Jailr--'Cooks, waitresses, ;
t, cashiers, busboys. No telephone
alls. ,
Miscellaneous:
" ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
. DRAWER A," DIABLO
' BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL, CX
. STUD SERVICE: Wire-haired
; Fox Terrier, pedigreed, AKC reg-
isterod. 2-3586. c -. t
, The news, sport, variety music
" in your house en a RENTED TV
you can afford. Calf 2-2374.
Japanese Injured
By, Shell fragriient.
On US Firing Range
TOKYO .Tnlir 7TTPV A T,m.
nese metal scavenger suffered se
rious leg injuries when nit by a
rorltpt shell frapmpnl nn 9 II S
firing range Wednesday, Japanese
ponce reported xoaay. ..
.: Police said Genichi Yanagisawa,
45, .a farmer; went to the firing
range at, Gotemb. on the slopes
of Mount. Fuji -tjr : pick up spent
shells. They said the fragment hit
hist leg as He waited for firing to
cease at :a .point about 5SQ yards
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ducer producer Mike Todd, eats fish and chips during Todd's $50,000-
? lus party in London to celebrate the British premiere of his
Urn, "Around the World In 80 Days." The gaudy affair almost
ended in tragedy for the pregnant Mrs. Todd, when a man fell
' against the table where the actress was sitthig;The table
struck her In the stomach and she screamed in pain. A few
minutes later, however, she was completely recovered.

33 Leaders Ask Ike to Ban
All "Detectable A-Tests

WASHINGTON, July 8 (UP)
Eighty-tbrcc scientific, education educational,
al, educational, religious and other leaders
irged President Eisenhower today
O support an atomic weapons
ests ban covering all explosions
hat could be detected by a United
Nations monitoring agency.
In a telegram to the President,
he group lauded his "continued
letermination" to negotiate a first
tep disarmament agreement,
rhey said current disarmament
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talks in London "have aroused
great hopes" throughout the world
'At the same time. Sen. John
F. Kennedy (D-Mi.) declared
that "tome vagueness" en the
part ef Eisenhower about atom atomic
ic atomic bomb tests hat' contributed
to the problem ef U.S. rogotia rogotia-tiors
tiors rogotia-tiors at the London conference.
He said the President's vaeue
ness hinged on two alternatives
Whether to continue nuclear tests
to develop a clean bomb or to go
aneaa wren original U. s. propos
als to nait sucn tests for nearly
year, a plan now being discussed
in .Lonaon.
The telegram to the President
was sent by a group headed by
Norman Thomas, many times So
cialist candidate for president;
Charles C. Price, former chair
man of the Federation of Ameri
can Scientists; Robert Nathan,
chairman of Americans for Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Action, and E. Raymond
Wilson, executive secretary of tbe
Friends Committee on National
Legislation.
They tojd Eisenhower they were
"happy to learn of vour rontinnprf
determination as expressed in
your June 26 news conference- to
negotiate a first step disarmament
agreement witn the Soviet Union
ana tne otner major powers."
Such an agreement should cov cover
er cover all nuclear weapons tests which
can be detected by a United Na-
lions monitoring agence.
We wee yew-to support a
sound, forthright U.S. proposal,)
wrmewr unfoc)try condition,
as the first step -ell the major
powers can take te their mutual
Advantage."
' ?ne president told his news
conference on June 28 that the
United States "had no intention
oP pulling back", on its proposal
to suspend nuclesr tests as part
ox a zira siep disarmament plan.
I Kennedy who appeared In a
televised interview with Rep. Ken-
netn B. Keating (R-NYL said he
thought the report of a possible
-ciean- u oomo "seemed to dis
turn the President and made him
.question bis original decision" to
consider Halting the tests.
: Kennedy also said differences of
opinion wunm the administration
ob banning weapons teds had
made "somewhat .more difficult"
the task of presidential disarma disarmament
ment disarmament advuer Harold E. SUssen.

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Heat Wave
Kills Thirty
In Europe
LONDON. Julv B fnPlSt.m
mg neat Diasted out of North
Airica and across; the Mediter
ranean into Europe 1 yesterday.
The heat claimed numerous lives
ana sent Hundreds to hospitals.
Temperatures boiled towarrl
100 degrees in the onnf essive
heat wave and there was noth nothing
ing nothing sweltering sufferers could do
but sweat it out or run for the
beaches andv mountains. Even
the lakes in the normallv frield
Alps were warm as bath water.
Prom Rome to Oslo millions of
motorists jammed highways be
tween cities and the sea.
The thermometer read 98 In
shuttered Berlin and afternoon
thundershowers brought no re
ner,
Temperatures In R6me climb climbed
ed climbed to 96.8 by noon and the cty
evacuated, leaving- only deter determined
mined determined tourists puffing around
the Roman ruins. Yesterday was
jtaly'a abcth-day of the nation's
worst heat blast in 19
At least 20 Italians died of sun sunstroke
stroke sunstroke yesterday and 10 others
died in accidents attributed to
Switzerland, gasping in the
wake of yesterday's 101 degree
bllstettng, saw the thermometer
slip off a few; degrees. ; But In
Zurich alone the 1 furnace-like
weather claimed four victims in
the last 24 hours.
First aid stations at the Zu
rich festival of Switzerland';
brass bands were unable to cope
witti cases of fainting and sun
stroke.
Belgian police reported three
heat deaths, two drownings
and prospects of 90 degree tem
peratures again today,
Animal Kingdom
To Have Champion
In Parliament
LONDON, July S (UP) After
18 years. Lord Grey de Ruthyn
finally ran afford to take his seat
in the house of Lords and repre represent
sent represent the animal kingdom.
The bachelor, 73. who lives a-
lone except "for a house-keeper in
a 50-year-oia mansion ai ucroy-
shire, said be 'never had enougn
money t& travel to London for the,
sessions. .,
Now. the government has rec
ommended an $8.85 daily allow
ance for attendance at Lords.
"The Suez Canal and things like
that leave me cold," he said. "But
have always wanted to get up
in the House and speak for the
animals. They have such few
friends in high places."
Lord de Ruthyn is president of
the League Against Cruel Sports.
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24 hours ending a.m. today,
is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
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Branch of the Panama Canal
Compaayi i
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HIGH LOW
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"Let the people

32nd YEAR

Nasser Slaps At

Russian Subs Were

By WILBUR G. LANDRIY
CAIRO. July 9 (UP) President
Gamal Abdcl Nasser said today
the United States must stop try
ing to put "pressure" on Egypt if
relations between the two coun countries
tries countries are to improve.
He said the Eisenhower Doc Doctrine
trine Doctrine for the Middle East is not
acceptable to Egypt because it
has "political strings" attached.
But he said other Arab govern governments
ments governments had the right to accept it if
they wisned.
"We are ready to do anything
to improve relations except give
up our independence and sover sovereignty,"
eignty," sovereignty," Nasser said in an inter interview
view interview with. United Press.
Nasser challenged President Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's statement that the re recent
cent recent delivery of three Soviet sub submarines
marines submarines to Egypt created an un unhealthy
healthy unhealthy situation, in the Middle
East.
"We buy arms only to defend
ourselves against aggression ...
these weapons will be. used for the
defense of our coasts," the Egyp-
tian president said, but he refus
ed to say whether Egypt would
buy more Soviet arms.
He said that "for the' sake of
peace" Egypt will continue to
permit the United Nations Emer
gency Force to operate m Egyp
tian territory even though Israel
refuses to allow it on the Israeli
aside-of the frontier. '.
He said Egypt would accent In
advance a ruling by the Interna
tional court o Justice on the right
of Israeli ships to use tbe Suez
Canal if Israel would accent the
decision as binding too. -
The interview was conducted at
Move Made To Cut
Driver's Sentence;
Vicfim Slill Lame ;9
Efforts Are belns "made at the
executive level for clemency and
a reduction of sentence for a Ft.
Kobbe soldier who was found
guilty on March 5 of reckless
driving causing great bodily in in-Jury,
Jury, in-Jury, it was learned today.
Sp2 Kenneth B. Saunders, 33,
was sentenced on March S to six
months in Jail as a result of a
head-on collision on BrUJa Road
last Christmas week, In which
Mrs. Dorothy L Lavalle was
badly hurt. She required long
hospitalization.
Saunders and his passenger
were hospitalized after the ac accident
cident accident Mrs. Lavalle's husband,
Charles, who was driving the
family car, and another couple
in their car as passengers, es
caped with minor bruise and
cuts.
Mrs. Lavalle's most serious in-
Jury was ItM ;
, . u XTt.. i
leaving tonight for the States to
enter Johns Hopkins Hospital in
the hope of avoiding permanent
lameness.
Saundera was at first charged
with drivlns- an automobile while
Intoxicated and causing great
bodily injury. But his charge was
withdrawn and th one charg charging
ing charging reckless driving was substi substituted
tuted substituted instead, f '? i j
On Majh 10, a 'reduction in
Sanders' sentence waa asked in
u s nlstrict court A olea was
made that the lepgth of sentence!
- v.xi.Kirt nn R linden' 1
wu m
famiiv. and that the soldiers
future was threatened; by his
jnnvirt!rjn-
Judae Guthrie F. Crowe said
the motion to reduce the sen'
tence came too late, but even
had it come earlier he would not
have been disposed to honor it
He noted that sanaers naa op operated
erated operated his car in an extremely
reckless manner, and had caus
ed serious injury

Nbw It U understood, either a'ttraay openly defied an order re re-wo7.
wo7. re-wo7. fmm leivut him ot his command atfd

senator ilir
ceding with the Governor
behfclt. ; : ;
NATO Secretary
Leavei Rome, r ;
Goes To Paris
ROME. July ft (UP) NATO
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official visit to Italy. v
Dunns: his Stay In Rome,
Spaak conferred with top IU1-
ian leaders and had an audience
wlth Pop Piui XII.

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PANAMA, B. P.. MONDAY, JULY f 1957

a red table under an eucalyptus
tree in the back yard of Nasser's
12-roonv house as his three sons,
ages seven,1-five and three, romp romped
ed romped about the lawn. -The
sturdily built former Army
officer wiped beads of perspira
tion from his forehead as he talk talked
ed talked and swatted at flies that a

New Names Make News
At Close Of Wacky Week

NEW YORK, July I (UP)
The eld saying that names make
news has been knocked topsy
turvy by 'a Nw. JerMy house
wife, an airline -pasionqtr with
a toothpick stuck in his threat
and a baby full ef beans.
Ttt fkaivt Mama MisJa
names-during the last week.
i mrs. iuua joeanarsiu, ox,, iren-
vtf "r j i, w MR
ton. .J set things askew by re
fusing to pa v a $10 fine for water
ing her own trees., She went to jail
rather:, than pay for violating
summer water conservation law
Henry Moore, Tucson, A r i z..
made news because he sipped a
martini aboard an airliner over
Nebraska. He choked on the tooth-
?ick in the olive in the martini,
he plane jettisoned 1,500 gallons
of gasoluie and. made an emer
gency landing. Moore was taken
to a hospital, where the man-
made splinter was removed.
The baby involved in the news
wasta 16-month-old Montreal girl.
She awallowed 109 ; lima beans, t
button and a piece' of tin foil. All
well iiiuvra at jiusiuiut ', ,,:
. Her name? Josephine Delia Jtor
These three bad1 plenty of help
from other quarters in .making
news. --.;''',
' They bad an assist, lor examole.
from three American innocents a-
oroad who wound up traveling like
kings as the only passengers a a-board
board a-board the luxury liner fie de
France. Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Pas-
cual of New, York and Mrs, Paul-
ette uecker of coxsacicie, N.Y.,
were the lucky trio who happen
ed to be on hand when the ves
sel set sail from France for
quick trip to New York to pick
up strike stranded passengers
nere.
Albert .Daly, 55, who ; for 80
years quietly went about his busi
ness of delivering mail in New
York City for the U.S. Post Offiee,
suaaemy found nimsea in the
news, ue was arrested on a
5iS Persons iaved S
From Burning
Swedish Molorship
NEW YORIC, July 8 (UP) -J
ThTw Mnmachaii rVcued 6
Persons last night from the
burnln Swedish motorshio L
Plata off the coast of Brazil.
The Moore-McCormack lines
announced here It had received
a radio message from Capt S. S.
Pardoe, skipper of the Morma-;
chall, which said the Captain,
45 creW members and 10 passen passengers
gers passengers had been rescued from the
La Plats. All were reported safe.

Pardoe said he left the shipjgult

ablaze 160 miles east of Llagus
near BaMa. Brazil. -
tTtwSS
Janeiro looay,
The Mormachail is due in Rio
It left New 1
"
York June 22.

East Indonesian Rebel Chief
Defies Order Relieving Him

DJAKARTA. July 7 (UPV-LIeu-
tenant Colonel Vent je Sumual yes-
attempts made te crush his Esst
UIUUUAU AUva; ltUC
Press reports said Sumual told
an East Indonesia Youth Council

delegation ia North Celebes that (North Celebes an autonomous pro pro-he
he pro-he will remain supreme military jvince, eompleUly ignoring central
chief of East Indonesia "with oriauthorfcy. , ,a (
without tbe central govenunents ; -.
content, .. j SumuaTf latest decWtioo has
Sumual claimed troops vere created farther tensioa to how
still "loyar to aim. He said head- much control DiakarU really -has

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n I Et Indonesia shortly.1 bloodless military coup in East
ta Jun' Ara' ehirf rf s t a -donesi. although action was
Major Genera! Abdul Haris Naiifited to worts and maneuvers,
tioo journered te Makassar ana East ladonena demanded -and

officially rrmmrMf fsnmnil Min.:thrfMiTli ha "remit" mom IB or

nander J the .seventh ailiury
district.
Carrying out 1 divide-asd-ruk

country is Abraham Lincoln

US 'Pressure ; Says

Bought For Defense

servant with a spray gun was un-
able to chase awav.
Nasser indicated that relations
with Britain and France ultimate ultimately
ly ultimately would return to: normal-or as
normal as oossible considering the
Anglo French invasion of last Oc
tober but he declined to predict
how soon.
charge of stealing three sample
barSyOf soap and an; Esquire mag
azine from his mail pouch.
Out in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.,'
Thomas McMurrin, 2V,. was mind
ing" his own ? business, sleeping
soundly when he rolled over and
broke his shoulder.: The (trouble
was that McCMurrln was sleeping
on a railroad bridge.
In Paris, an obscure medical
student wmd Siaty Piershi,
found himself the center ef at attention
tention attention because he got all dress
ed op In. cowboy clothes' and: a
)0-ga(lon hat and a pistol. Then
he went out and took potshot
at a street lamp. Police finally
foiled him with a blow en ; the
head.! v-x, ....
Piorshi explained" he was on his
way-home from a fancy dress ball
when he was; corraled. b i f-
A Michigan couple who met over
a copy of the Detroit Free Press
made news by getting married.
Miss Helen' C. Hammond, a De
troit teacher, and John E. Max-
welt,' state dairy inspector, were
married at sea aboard that liner
independence. ; -.'
Love also founi away .to make
flews in London. But 'the. ending
wasn t a happy .. e n e. Richard
Crompton. 26. entered a bank in
tennis shorts and turned hand
springs in the lobby in an attempt
to. .attract the attention of .girl
bank teller who struck bis .fancy,
He was fined 870 as a blemish-
er" of the' peace. The girl in oues-
uon, miss Kutn waternouse, zz,
has kept right on ignoring turn.
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llevDcpf. Formed al
U5ARCARIB School
At Fort Gulick
A complete reorganization of the
U.S. Army Caribbean School at
Fort Gulick went into effect, on
July 1.
The reorganization 1 eonsuiuatea
the former eight academic divi
sions into three major groups call
ed departments. The basic change
is in the redistribution of instruc
tors and .the reclassification i of
the types of instruction offered.
All theoretical instruction, teach
ing which is primarily concerned
with ideas, is to be carried -'out
by the new tactical department.,
Courses concerning the care,
maintenance and operation .' of
weapons apd vehicle will be
taught by the newly crested ar
mament .and automotive, depart
ment The technical department
wui nanoie au engineers, commu communication
nication communication and food service courses.
The reorganization of .the U.S.
Army Caribbean School will re
in a more elective utiliza
tion of the s e k 0 Tg personnel
which in, turn results in greater
economy and an overall increase
in the capability of the school 4e
handle more students.
policy; Nasution broke up tbe vast
area into four : individual com commands
mands commands snd appointed new; com commanders
manders commanders to three of these.
Nasutioa's action was hailed m
Djakarta as a victory over rebel rebellious
lious rebellious East Indonesia.
However Sumual immediately
declared predominantly Christian
home rule snd greater share ef
irevenoea for the riciocal devel-
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PIVB CENTS
He said the Bank of France al
ready has approacaed Egypt for
talks on economic relations rand
that they probably would take
place soon.
Talks wi,th the British probably
will start in Rome about July; z,
he said. ,
He disputed the theory 5 that
EevDt's Dolinr or "non-aliunment"
with bines outside the Arab world
had permitted the -Russians to get
a footnou in the Middle mast.
"Sometimes when the West tries
to fiehl nationalism there is op
position by the people and so they
say this open? the way for the
Russians r in the Middle East,"
Nasser said.
'The Middle' East is tot sov sovereignly.
ereignly. sovereignly. dignity .' and indepen
dence."
The Egyptian President said
Egypt wants and needs peace in
oraer to devote its time to its prin-l
cipal task for the next live yeors
raisins the standard of living
and building a clean political, life.
48 Scouts, Leaders
Head Fcr El Volcan
Summer Canip
. Fortv-eieht v Canal Zone boy
scouts, and three adult leaders left
Fort Kobbe yesterday, for the
third and last El' Volcan scout
encampment of the year.
, The scouts were members ot
Troop 7, Curundu; Troop 7, Fort
Clayton; Troop S, Cathedral of St.
Luke,. Aricon; ,Tnops 2 and 3 of
Balboa; Troop 1, Margarita;
Troop 8, Fort Gulick and Post
7, curundu. i ',
The Jidult leaders accompanying
the scouts were Wesley M. Kenne
dy, Troop 7, Curundu; 1st Lt. John
B. Keeney, Troop 17, Fort Clay Clayton;
ton; Clayton; and Robert V:-, Schultz,
Troop 5, Cathedral' of St Luke,
Ancon,
,Last night the scouts i camped
overnight near bona, in the inte
nor of Panama, and arrived at
El Volcan this afternoon.
Tomorrow scouts from the' sec
ond session of camp will leave
El Volcan in the truck Convoy.
They will spend the night near
Santiago and return to Fort Kob Kobbe
be Kobbe Wednesday afternoon.
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Mai. John F' Harth.' executive
officer,' 2nd Battalion, 20th Infan
try Regiment, Fort Kobbe, is in
charge of the truck convoy.
The third El wolcan scout en
campment will last until July 12.

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' ALGIERS, Algerlcf, 'July
(UP) The French minister f
Algeria today accused UJS. Sei
John F,. Kennedy (rMass.) (
being an '"ambitious young pai
liamentarlan" who fell for reb
propaganda 'when, he propose
America .back independence" ft
Algeria. ,"".,'
'. Minister .Robert Lacoste.sai
at. a French war. veterans mees
ins here that France would cor
tinue its battle against the rel
els. --.,'' 'i i
His speech drew the f lude
cheers from the 300 persons
the banquet meeting wtirn i
denounced Kennedy andj"the' 0
maids and Quakers of tS e Unl
ed States.? :-' : r p
. Lacoste1 'echoed othef 1 -(
leaders in inviting Ken;
Algeria and seethe sltttai-ri t
himself.' -- -: i-i'. t ''
lot
l say to Mr. Kenne'v,
to Algeria.' You will see ;
you, wish to see. But to,),
ston speaklns! like those
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are blind ajnd deaL"-
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He charged that the Nation
Liberation Front (FUa which
spearheading tbe rebel revc
"counted on the formation of i
investigating committee" to to
into the bloody Algerian situ
tlon. Such a committee.'Waa., n
formed, Lacoste said; -
'Th3 idea, however, was plan
ed in a young, ambitious parli
mentarian, Mr. John Kenned
who presented- a resolutK
which was strongly1 supported 1
documentation furnished by t
son of an important North Afi,
can politician." I
Lacoste said Kennedy's pr
posals had failed, of their goa
He- charged that 1 the Fl
"wished to provide a blood ba
to move internationally opi
ion especially the maids ai
Quakers of the United States.
Answering Kennedy's Sena
speech pf Jury 2 which urged t
end to American support t
France and approval: of the go,
of Algerian Independence, L
cos a said that if France qi
North Africa lt "would fall V,
der aU, sorts of greeds."
Winnie Scores
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For Beer Prize r
-WOOriFORD. Encland, July
(UP) Sir Winston Churchill w
a bottle 01 beer tne,naro way
stlpsHnw vstprdflV.
The 82-year-old former'- Print
minister ignored the 88 avdegrf
heat ot a garden fete here a;
headed for a baseball pitchii
booth. . I
He got three balls. His fir
throw was wild and hit a photo
rapher on the shoulder," His se
ond lobbed into the1 crowd i thl
was watching. His ifliird was. rig,
down the alley. It Smashed enoui;
target ; dishes to win him -. pri.
of a bottle of beef. ,',,-...,- ,J
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