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BLAST'S MALENKOV Soviet
. Khrushcher waves nis nai in ieningraa hhw
; speech accuslny pureed Communist Party leader Georji Malen Malen-,
, Malen-, kov of being responsible for the 1954 "Leningrad Case." In that
s case a state security oiiicer,ws
, Inr to frame city officials.
Unusual In S
WASHINGTON, July (VfP)
Secretary of State John Foster
' Dulles said yesterday the Kremlin
shakeun that removed his old foe
V. M. Molotov proved, that "com "communist
munist "communist iyp! despotisms are rot as
beaval h, iiv- uuj
that thfi f... I '"s 1 not
reco",nii:e l.ci ( 1., com-w
miinism is a "rai t i" In'fi
a June 28 San Fra .-co sr cch
'. Dulles predicted the C i.in" e even eventually
tually eventually would overthrow their Com Com-.
. Com-. munist rulers.
Dulles,etgrnir? fi'n-n a six-day
vacation at his Lake Ontario Is
'land retreat, sa'd it was rot yet
clear vhethcr policy issurs "were stance have worKea on some oi
. invnlvaH in llip I.loscow &hakei'n.,lhe l!a(iprs in Aloscow. These
or whether it resulted from "a
new power contest between j r.
The secretary said ne did not
hear until Saturday of the shakeup
announced by Moscow Wednesday.
sworal 'hundred cruise) pas
"geneer from the luxury liner
P Tle OrienrLine ship arrived
AUstrallsw ,'and- New Zealand.
There are about 706 passengers
'' ohnarrttthit 28.000-ttOIl vessel. A-
' boufone-thlrd! got off in
' hn "ri(f will reioln X e
the Atlantic side 1
The Orcades tran
nal and will rrth
-nnt.il 11 torJl.t v
-continue on- her y 't
- don.., -
Norton Lilly Coirrany a:-?
cat agents for the ship.
. , i i ,.
-Counsel for Gl 5. i "5
liat-told the Supreme Co
the government sold out
jiterican j soldier's con'.'.
right wnen n areea iu u
over.-to Japan for mans!
trial .r;. ..
But the rovern inert ?
, ft had Bo authority v r in!-
tional Uw to Kern .1 --n
' trying' the GI for k.:. a J
-" ese woman. It said oversea
forces enjoy no ir
local law except t,
Status-of Forces a
the important 1 ;
' laid .before the n;
tribunal ty Souv."
s in for the cove--
York attorney J
-, ard. -I !- i
The high court
der advisement :
- four hoirs of ;
.- recessing, it tr
v neys o submit
the viriiHis rr
dec -i"n could c
1 e .-os'rt ai'o
meu a chance
THE CITY Cr THE
I NTIRNAT I O N A L AIRWAYS
Communist Party boss Nikita
exetuicu lur iiu jt
; f t
An "ild' flewr from'" Washington
early today to deliver briefing
pacers- on the Moscow situation,
Dulles read ihem on his plane trip
to the capital.
''I've bfen reading with interest
i 1 orte-
; .0 clear' picture yet emerges,
t ts liapijen:PTt I 'think,-con-is
what I said in San Fran-i
Cisco 10 days ago that these com com-i
i com-i !,ni;.t type despuiismg are not as
unchangeable as they sometimes
apnear. I said that time and cir-
nstar.ee work also on these
nmunwt despotisms.' -
It appears time and circum
: power contests are not unusual.
Tr 1 To F"r
Tiir.1 As '.Zj
WASHINGTON. July 9 (UP)
The Justice Department said yes
terday it will "make every effort"
to return a former L.S. Army ofr
! nrer ana nis wue to mis country
from France for prosecution on
..m F. Tompkins, assistant
attorney general in charge of the
department Internal Secur.tv di-
i vision, said the ; final decision
woulrl be .. "stricllv
up to the
lie a (Med that t
take action on thfsi
t!ie coi e aft"'- .1
t l.UPii n
! r against
i to return
v the.in-v ork yes yes-Zlatovski,.
Zlatovski,. yes-Zlatovski,. and f ,s wife, Jane.
"We certainly want them back,"
Tompkins said. .
i:e said France rerards espion-
t is not covered in the Fanco-
American extradition treaty. ..x
it" .-' '
Git arc! Case LocfcHowy
were ivcn such s rt time io
t nrorinrii i n nil: ; ; i i t i j a m rt
i early ruling arpeart .1 l.kely on the
fene request that t,.e court de-
,. ci.ie iain-t a Ja -?ic e trial fori
cr C.rard and also i;ee h. n from
i Army custody.
In th? novRrerg sv
, h fie co''-t s t
s on. I f
i s r :
t i r-
t ) be i
- 'lei the people (note the truth and tho
Sweating It Out
-II cat. Humidity
Isthmian residents who", com
plain about the weather, these
days ana wno nasnrt can
blame both, the heat and the
humidity,. Both are higher- than
For five of Ihe first seven days
of JUly, temperatures at. Balboa
Heights rose to SO degrees Or
hove and the thermometer, fell
no lower thaa 75 decrees. An all-
time' July record-breaking-, nlgft
of 98 degrees was reported ai
Madden Dam lor tne 'ii noun
ending at 8 a.m. July 4.
Meanwhile, rainfall remained
scarce at most weather stations
with only 0.13 of an inch so far
at Chlco, on- imporiani ram ram-gauging
gauging ram-gauging station in the- Oatun
Lake drainage basin,. where" the
average .July rainfall is -13 88
inches. ",. v k
v. '. -' ' '
Th level of Gatun Lake con
tinued to drop steadily during
the first seven .days frof 'the,
month with a low of 82.05 leet
having been reached by T Mon Monday
day Monday morning. The previous low
for this year was 83.09 feet xm
June" 27 and 28. v ;
2 Fcrmcrs Charged
. i, idiiuui v .,o aegeu.y bto.e
$j7 from a- Fuerza y Luz em employe
ploye employe while he was -walking a.
long Madden D,am Road over
two weeks ago. ,; : rr '-V
The charge Was tiled Jointly t
gainst Ruf ino Mena, -V26, ". and
Jose de 1 Cruz, 24, who art ac accused
cused accused of robbing Jose Barretto,
a Chlllbre resident. --
According to police, the contJ
nlatnant had lust Kotten off a
bus between Mile poss-7 and
on Madden Dam Road, ana was
walking to his home in chillbre
when he was approached by the
two" defendants.-The $57 he was
cs rrylng In his pocket in loose
bills, was then stolen from him,
, One of the two defendants told,
the Balboa Magistrajte this
morning that f he had v turned,
back part of the money he atole.
"This does not excuse the
crime," 'the' judge said.
i "Car't the complains nt with withdraw
draw withdraw the charges now?" he ask asked
ed asked the Judge;.
,Under our system, of law. he
tannnt. An this nOW. OnlV the
District Attorney can do., that.
the Judge replied. ... f r'
. Mena pleaded -,. for ti clemency
because he said that he had a,
mother and a wife who was a a-bout
bout a-bout to give birth to a baby this
month '. -'
. "jimIoti John Demlnar then
explained that the lower court
nad no jurisaicwoivi v w
-He then continued ie xiear-
untU Thursday ana oraereu
ball set 'at $o00 for each def end
piiat "a,Va,u; ..?u!rar &
i ri i m -ui l.i -
Rabinscn retttd rh
had m"t n rfltioo
kin and he apologized V h
hod Wr thot jmaraaoiw. r
w.rfM id that in that ease
there was no nrru w jnuaw
i a spe-matter further." -returned
- The government charged
r leaWGirard.shot the Japanese woman
Jan. 30 aner -enticing n twi"' z:. iTc .-".
' I-,-' m firina tance by governing the rights f-U.S. troops
J, ..,;. .mnt oirtriHfa ahells to
i ir,nlw w firin a shell
fi"..;.- a- .n.H. l.imcher
! casiu :
oa his ride.
. t c. rs:..: fnn4 m11 tho
Bnv.rnment ould not turn the Ot
IIWl, 111.. VU.UJXil r- r i
anese iur m". V i
- i tnM4 nv Arm court
The f overament appealed to the
Supreme Coort, which delayed it
summer recess for today s, argu
meats. ' "'
Robinson, a tall heavy-set msn.
tt4 th cmirt. niMike tor-oiU A
merican troops overseas who "be- rrns why the United State de de-Leve
Leve de-Leve ths.1 f,. seliout program -1 to turn Girard over to the
whereby their constitutional right .'-- - I
,r pfwd from them is wTODg."f n said the ouefon of
Tiint: m the led era wit hi CiV olhed "oneomn. ;
spectacles ia Land, le aUarntyi - ACstiaued ea paga it
PANAMA R. P.,
US Couple indicted
For Operation Alert 1 957
GATL O. KELLAR
The Superior Service- Award,
onr of the Canars mgnest iwn iwn-ors
ors iwn-ors was presented to Gayl Oi
Keiiar-who "retired as chief 'on
the Canal gaiety urancn, doioib
his departure for the-; United
The award; Including a' check
for $100, was presented .to Kel Kel-lar
lar Kel-lar by Gov. W. E.. Potter In rec
ognition of his leadership of he
successful safety program durr
lng which the accident rato in
the Canal organization has been
cut so low that the. companyr
government and iour or iw ou ou-rpin
rpin ou-rpin wrfli the National Safety
Ponnrll Award of Honor, ion
their past year's records.'-
In making me prcscu""
Potter commended Keiiar oh nw
many year of service' and the
exemplary Job he performs
HnHn. that time in the field of
safetv. Kellar's service with the
Panama 'Canal vdates back v
104ft sVitn he-was emDioyeu m
a safety Inspector with "the Spe
! nnvlnonrlnff .Division. HC
held the position of, chief of the
Branch since iw wwiiuumv-.
in J950. v - -
The Easy Way
MOBILE. Ai.; July UP -Housebreakers
Berger of some $5,000 In jewelry
and bonds found 'it Py tt start
t th hnnora-and work four way
up.They sflueeted under Ber8erj
house, smasnea weir wr, uuum
a concrete floor ana came up un
der a built-in safe. . '
n!rttu-d Girsrd as humble sol-
to-flier wtio enustea in me rmea
forces t-i bring more -security t to
the United States and "a ,jnor
abundant lite" for nimseii. ?
-"Treaspossor tame anta th
Bring rant to ar thoir' own
purmsioL". ho sakt, and Cirard
firod on ompty tholl io
thorn offnot to kill.
K went on to hammer" at the
prime defense argument that
o verse s are unconstitutional, vio-
late Hitemational Uw and are
t -v!- K .Aura.
1 AV a lift I U WUUfcCU w
..i 1 .i.:k "tk
ixjwrr 3 wiLuiiuiu iuhiu uh
rrrnr-ilin ti Jinan. The only
way the United States could with
hold him. he said, was under a
stat us -of-forces aereemem,'
And he declared that even those
agreements give the government;
power to waive its prosecution for
offenses committed in a foreign
country. Then be went into the
country it $ofoft ibrohem Lincoln, v
TUESDAY, JULY 1957
Annrnyimatelv 28S snecial iden
tification cards have been mailed
out to personnel of the canai or-
aaiuxHvivii 1 ui ujui aui ve veneration
neration veneration Alert -1957 which takes
place next Friday, Philip L Dade,
Civil Deiense cniei saw yesieraay.
, The special cards are, tor per
sonnel' who will have' other than
their routine duties to perform dur during,
ing, during, the test which is one phase of
the Civil Defense exercise for the
whole United States, It is planned
eventuallv to extend -.the issue of
snecial identity passes to all em
pioyes ,ior- use- in practice
and in event' of any major disaster
since immediate and positive wen
tification wo.uld be of prime im
j Although the exact hour of the
signal which initiates the disaster
relief 'exercise in the Canal Zone
next Fridsy will not be announced
in advance, the general public has
been, cautioned to observe appro
priate traffic and pedestrian con control
trol control measures. ,.,f;'v',, '"'
"'Jit. I itptcttd that' tho alort
period will bo of about 20 min min-utts
utts min-utts dra'i i ti"ring this
t is I 1
, i l
palrk trvur vi en th ..-!
ofltho read w o they are driv
Jng and await the oounding ,pf
the siren denoting the close
the alert for the eeneral public.
' Both the Armed Forces .on the
Canal oreanizaiion are narticioat
inn in Operation Alert mi: ana
mobilization of both the Civil De
fense oi eanizatlon and the Armed
Forces Disaster Control personnel
. In the test next Friday the size
of the simulated nuclear weapon
to be exoloded ,wflr be announced
after die sirens have sounded. It
Will then, be the responsibility of
hureati directors in the Canal or
ganization to furnish 'estimates of
damage as well as repair require-
r In the past, the number of ca
sualties ana exieni ui uaoiaKB
was determined in advance unde
an overall plan of the f ederal uv uv-ilDeense
ilDeense uv-ilDeense .Administration, f.
Caiches 40-lb Fish';
Affer 3 Hours Here
t, .-' ' "V
"An Isthmian Visitor must have
set something' of a record 4 this
week when, Just three hour aft
er landing ,v at ; Tocumen, v
caught a 40 pound dolphin,, off
The fisherman-ln-a-hurry was
John A. Menaugh, associate Bun Bun-day
day Bun-day JEdltor. oi, the chlcago.Trib-.
une who came to Panama to vis vis-It
It vis-It another newspaperman, Crde
The tw colleagues, who have
nnt seen each other in 20 years, i
left on a fishing trip on the Serl
immediately after Menaugh ar arrived
rived arrived here. -v'- --.h-v r--"v
.Besides We aoipninine Teier Teier-an1
an1 Teier-an1 newsman also landed two
sallfish. Although he has fished
in Canadian lakes and streams
for. many years, thla was his
first' deep-sea fishing Junt.
Meanughi heads for Boquete
and El Volcan this week before
finishing his two-week vacation
here. .;-J,....r -' 'V-l-i-'
Will Tr)r I t Again
LAS VEGAS, 'Ntr., July a (UP)
The' a'omic device which failed
to co off June Zs ana war ai?
armed" bv five acientistr; will
set off Friday.
tTt rower faflure' the
"Diabll- 4i4 not lot
a . 1
-" ftiJTi? rT.
Cmlsaioc T i.id such aa incid.'nt' the personnel. ;. and equip-
TllZi 'IT JtrVS? ftM.worked jfor the
.. .u- .ui.A ii tinned the Board ex Economic
AXC scientuts said yesterday! V. ariart. Later she aerved I wh
that Diablo would be the seventh the information service branch f
shot in the .summer- test series, the U.S. Army ia Vienna and. Sals Sals-at
at Sals-at the Jitvada provuig jround. burg, Austria. - ..-,
" ...". --
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PAK'V July -(UP) George
Zlatnvskf. 4T-vear-old former A,
merican Afm'y officer indicted foi1
giving military secrets to a Rus Rus-siant
siant Rus-siant sot tring,'. claimed .today he
had been given political asylum
in- France. u.- 'J
A j French Foreign Ministry
spokesman said "1, Jtnow nothing
about that..'! ."-
Earlier the' spokesman had said
the question of whether Zlatovsjci
and his1 wife, Jane Foster, 45,
would be extradited to the -United
States -where they were- Indicted
on charges Aof -espionage yester
day, would have to be settled by
The Russian-born former U. S.
Army officer and his American
wife were' charged with being
members of a Kremlin-directed es espionage
pionage espionage ring for 17 years." even
when both were supposed, to be
acting as cloak-and-dagger war
time spies for the U.S. y
: A federal grand' fury returned
a rive-foum inaicrmonr mmi
could bring death In the elec electric
tric electric chair Zlatevskl, and Jane,
daughter et Or. Harry (merson
Foster f San Francisco. r'
The alleged double1 espionage
agents, Known as "Hector" and
v0iang" in the spy network ,'ae ,'ae-sonbed
sonbed ,'ae-sonbed in the inuictment. are liv
ing ii) a aitisy nat oa farts' Lett
Bank. They iamueu tne uoor in
ttie lace ox a newsman who trieu
Ming 1.1.11 OatK here xor uiai.
Tnree Hussian; diplomats belie v
ed to be in tue U.a, were juaict
ed along, with tne aiiegeu husoana-
ana wii spy team a a result of
the cracKiu ot a massive interna,
tional spy apparatus last. 'jnua
'The grand lury charged the
, pair's first nege act of es espionage
pionage espionage was pertorme In 1940,
oni-er the supervision of Soviet
secret Police thief LaVrenti P.
Beri4, who since has been exe-
The last of 35 overt acts alleg
ed in the umiciment was witness witnessed
ed witnessed by tormer lioUywood movie
director nous Morros, composer,
of "The fafSde ot Uie Vvoouen
Soldiers." the indictment said...
Morros and three' admitted mem members
bers members ot the international spy ring
have been testifying lreeiy oefore
the grand jury, wnich was con con-veneo
veneo con-veneo last year solely to investi investigate
gate investigate espionage. Jack Jsoble and his
wife Myra, and Jacab- Albam, all
haver confessea their roles in the
spy ring and are awaiting sen sen-teucevMorros
teucevMorros sen-teucevMorros is a government wit witness.
ness. witness. '"-v1
Una XIatovskis allegedly receiv received
ed received monthly salaries from both lUe
U., and Russian governments.
Funds were passed Dy Soviet a a-gents
gents a-gents U Sobie and then to them,
the. indictment said.. On one oc
casion, Soblc waa quoted as saying
ne piannea to give me pair sjliuu
The j now Indictment charged
the Zf (tovekls with membership
in the ipy ring trem 149 right
vpr until today. This period in
ciwdee Zlatovski's wartime
service at lieutenant In the.
.Army Intelligence Cerpe end his
wife'e tovf-ot duty es an -agent
of tho op-Mcrot OfNce of StraN
egic Services in Washington and
the. Far fast. ;
- At the very time they.' were' as assigned
signed assigned to help the U. S. ferret out
secret of other nations. they
were passing U.S. information to
the Russians, the grana jury
charged, w ; '"
a information they allegedly aent
into Kremlin channels included da
ta on U.S. national defense, a war
time OSS report to Indonesia,- bio
graphical material on u.b. secret
aj?ents and deUils of operations
of refugee organization ia the U.
S.' '". .' ''''''"'-
The grand iury said that the
Information peead even hxlud hxlud-d
d hxlud-d detaile of the lives of per per-one
one per-one attached to U. $. WwtetU.'
tiona in Awetri. dwelling at
length on their rteavel anT
The indictment specifically ac accused
cused accused the couple of conspiring to
spy with the Soblea and Albam to
furnish Russia with documents
Photoa and teformatioa relating to
counterintelligence artiyiUee of
iru.5,: and material concerning
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A resolution which would mandatorily requirt jtht
Panama Canal to. continue to be run by the U.S. govern-
ment has been introduced, in the House of Represent
tives", it was learned here today..
, According to word received by the U.S. Citizens' 'XU:
sociation, this resolution was spafkef(by the pressurcbe1 :
ing put to bear certain quarters of the world" to havsp
the Panama Canal surrendered to the United Nations; "i
to some other, international organization. - :Va ';
The House Concurrent Resolution 205, introducei tys 1
Rep. Daniel J.. Flood (D-Pa.), would act as a proteetivi'M
measure in preventing any such turnover from takirtT
place. v :t
""It Is td the best Interest of
the U.S. as well as all nations
and peoples." that the powers of
running the -Panama Canal re
main -with the U.S, government,
Flood's resolution emphasises.
ine resolution sets lortti tne
! t..e i f IPS, wuhout
rfimbursLinent of the Panama
Canal, to the United, Nations or:
to some other international or
ganization for Vthe ownership
and operation of the canal,, and
- "Whereas the United .States,
at the expense .of its taxpayers
and Under, and fully relying on,
treaty, agreements, constructed
the canal, and since its completion-,
at large, expenditure,' ; has
maintained and operated it and
provided for its protection and
defense; and -Whereas
the United States,
following the construction of the
canal, has since maintained, op operated,
erated, operated, and protected it In strict
conformity with, treaty require
ments and agreements, and has
thus made It free., witnout re
striction or qualification, for the
shipping of the entire world;
ana, m consequence or wmcn,
with resnect 'to-the canal and
the Canal (Zone," every just and
eaultable. consideration :. tavors
the continuance of the United
States in the exercise of all the
rights and authority by treaty
provided; and In the 'discharge
of the duties by treaty, Imposed:
Now, therefore, r be it resolved :
I) That rt la the sense ana
jndgment ef the Cengress that
the United States should not,
in any .wise,, surrender, to, any
other government authority
Its Jurisdiction ovrand een een-trol
trol een-trol of, the Canal Zone, and
Its ownership, control manage
ment.: maintenance, operation
and nrotection of the Panama
riml in oecerdance with ex-
latlnr -treaty nrovlsloiis: -and L
. 2 It la to the best interests
nnt ni at the-United States,
but a well of all nations andi
peoples -f, that an me powers,
duties,1 authority and obflgatlons
of the United-, States in- sne
premises be -continued in ; ac
cordance with exisung weaty
a rrsra anokesman said that;
his organization Is "most grati
fied" to know tnai sucn a m ens ensure
ure ensure has been brought to the at at-tuntim
tuntim at-tuntim of the Congressional
group. fie added that thla has
been one trf the major aims m
the association since Congress
.MMnaA thia VeT
1 ne USlA rn.au
la to be congratulated upon
Interest and foresigns. :
- in.. mAnmHnn an rt naSSSZe OI
such a protective measure would
tend to boost the morale of ev every
ery every US citizen Canal employe
who leela that he also has."
interest to the CanaJtbey
stated, "and. would be most ao-
yerse to surrenaer uj yr
of US Juxlsdictton and'nfrol,p.roll the campairn of terrors i
over tne canw
Panama Canal." ; ..?
DUBUQUE, Iowa, July f (UP (UP-Leoaa
Leoaa (UP-Leoaa Hertensea of Clinton, lps.
was treated for multiple cuts arter
iri.it in dress shoo. She walked
throuth a Plato glass window,
tKinking tt WSS a W.
- .- .. '..
WASHINQTOhT Jiift 'a
asked the Supreme Court td de-
i n ba "l!ulrea to order new.
and lower toll rates. 4".
Lawyers for twelve iteamihly,'
companies "which Initiated- i
caS i against the Companjctw
years ago have asked the Su- J
preme Court to review the low-
fSJnTSif df,,slon wn,ch oenied
them J2T million la alleged over
charges In tolls. -
x itemahJp lines cokteiii
that the Canal Company
utilized surplus revenues tot '
non-canal ventures Instead of 1
reducing 4olls 'as required ,bV
law ; ,
A jOTMnmeBt rjokesman; V4
that, the tolls .problem lnyolv $?
"questions of discretion and
business judgment In respect of
an. internal fiscal matter it they
government ,and require th
approval of the Presldenft-tf.,,
In Buenos Afrcr T iv
'. buenos Aires," July: grtJp)
Argentine police today held;! a ',
man for questioning in the bomb ',
explosion -ur front of the Govern-
Iment Jlouse where President Pe- v
' The bomb, a small but DowerfuT
homemade v contraption, went of
some uo feet from the- Cass Ho Ho-sada
sada Ho-sada during a rally by -civilian
revolutionary groups. The "blast
came Immediately after Ara m bu burn
rn burn and. Dr. Arturo Lezama, ires
ident of 'the Uruguayan Govern Government
ment Government council, had addressed the
crowd in the Plaxa Msyo.-
One man was injured by' tie
bomb. Police arrested a man as
the suspected -bomb thrower as aa
attempted.toflee ; Vi J
It was the nflh bomb, explosion,
in Buenos. Aires in 24 hoursTeur
bombs broke windows and touch-
ed off a minor fire in scattered
sections of the eity Sunday aighU --
Three others were discovered be
tore toey wem oa. 4.
" Police blamed the bombiiti s on
Poronistj and Communists trv.-f
Ia mit. imfttt ami ilisrrarilt t-e
The Argentine government 11
"interrupted" relations with Vene Venezuela
zuela Venezuela as the result of tho iH
activities. ousted dictator J
aabotare from exiie in efreyr a
and requested the Caracas g:vt
meat, curb his activities. ... j";
Cea. -CarWt Toranw Ysct.
Argentine ambasador to ni ni-la,
la, ni-la, returned to Buenos Am Tf
terday. A few bourt earlier 1 -neiueUB
Ambassador A.l;:-" C
nvaU left fr Santiago, C-e,
his way to Caracas.
f AGE TWO
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THE MAIL BOX
GUARDSMAN CHARGED WITH BRUTALITY
While walking past the corner of 11th Street and Bolivar
Avenue In Colon the night of July 5, about nine o'clock, I saw
A small crowd and two Panama policemen wun a ioreisa-iuoa.-Ing
man between them (probably a Norwegian). He was trying
very hard to explain something to the police but could not be
understood. One policeman was a certain foot-sergeant, who
always seems to strut around mat area nice a proua peacocc
well the bravery of these two arresting officers was faumil
iatine to the Guardia Nacional. They both had their bully
clubs out and were looking for anv excuse to club this defense
less man. Finally as a police car with two more officers pulled
up to the curb to take the man away, tne sergeant wonted Him Himself
self Himself around behind the seaman as the man was preparing to
entre the police car. Now behind the man, and out of danger,
the sergeant slugged the man on the head for absolutely no
reason other than to snow oil to tne garnering crowd.
At this point, the seaman ran into the cantlna, and the
four cops, with guns and clubs drawn, proceeded to club this
ooor man until he was a bloody mess, and possibly fractured his
skull. All because of the brave sergeant. His cowardice should
not go unpunished.
This Is only one case I saw with my own eyes.
"I'll Take Democracy, Justice"
HOTEL GUESTS COMPLAIN
brEuslnss mrtet me
Are the various offers made to operate El Panama being
weighed on the basis of money returns only, or is the good of
the country being considered?
Recently it was revealed in a hotel trade journal in the
; States that the hotel earned about $8,000,000 net during1 Its
first five years. That's more than half as much as The Pan
ama Canal Company earned in the same years, isn't It? Any
well-run hotel corporation could operate this monopoly at a
' profit A corporation with more heart and less urge for a fast
buck at all costs can run this place so that it will make friends
jfor Panama instead of merely raking in the moola.
Few people stay at El Panama a second time if they cn
.help it. They complain constantly to friends, and business peo people
ple people they deal with. But who cares? Nothing is done. In Its
-Jeague, the hotel has no competition. AH the complaints, run
like this. "It's a beautiful place, but the service Is rotten, the
food poor."., , :.,U ? i K..:
And for the traveling men who hate to, stay ther:'Tne
" price for rooms goes up, every time come back, ii was charged
' u, stogie, tor a room that used te- h;412. r-Wy .ld Is never
! made before tinea VeloclLthert'i 66i -ton day lit the three
. 1 stayed here that I haven't had to
wanfet an afternoon bath." ''
- Th imDulse of men wnb come here
'attend to things as fast as I can and getut of this place.. My
flrmwon't like the. room-charge." biM&JM$K t
.in A if the hoard of directors have any doubt that the food-
nrfpA ratio in nub-standard, thev can write to tha New York
. Herald-Tribune and get a copy of the column written by food
editor Clementine Paaeiiora. Her comments nia not neip fan
ma aa a tourist center, but they were nlenty true.
Within the oast month I have been served shrimp at El
Panama that hpd nlainlv stayed in the icebox too long. It
frasnt noison: hut it wasn't fresh.
- The drinks are high and weak for the ordinary hotel
e-iiest. The whiskey used is a rougher brand than most of us
nuv for our homes. Non-alcoholic drinks are, worse. Last Jan-
f aary or February, .at .the-height pf the citrus season in Panama,
' 'I sat at a tabjeV'With a Boston businessman who has put plenty
nf leverage under Investment In nearby Latin areas. The fellow
nrdArsH a lemonade. The nrice was 75 cents.
Everyone at the table saw he wasn't enjoying it. Several
of us sipped It, and it really was tasted like some acid kind of
bugjuice. The waiter affably offered to bring him another. We
told him that.W the hotel had no fresh lemons, a limeade .would
do. Just any kind of fresh citrus fruit sugar and soda or water.
' The substitute drink came, a duplicate of the other, downright
I could go. on for a lonsr time; about the odor of air-conditioned
frying at in the coffee shop; about the unbelievable lack
' of service at breakfast In the main dining room; about the
" prince who was poisoned there (to the embarrassment of his
i country's legation); about the oil couple from Shreveport who
told me the Vorst meal they got anywhere on a long swing
through Soutfc America was served "right here'
Hotel Panama was not Just a commercial proposition. It
had the backing of both the Panama and United States govern governments
ments governments as a quasi-natioanl project.
Can't it do a better job of helping the country and still
' turn a profit?
" Tired of Visitor's Complaints
By VICTOR RIISIL
There are unions which will na
your bills if you have a babv. an
appenaociomy, a tootn nulled or
a nervous, breakdown. Now, from
out the west comes a union lead leader
er leader with a plan to pay the mem members'
bers' members' legal bills just as so many
unions have been paying medical
bills. This would be the first pre prepaid
paid prepaid lawyers' service in union ois-
At an estimated cost of two
cents per nour per worzerpaid
by the bossthe Los Angeles Ho Hotel
tel Hotel and Restaurant Legal Plan
would pay the bills of some 21,000
members and their families where
ever a lawyer is needed for ad
vice on anything from a daman
suit to divorce.
The level frirtM banoftt alan.
.as conceived by tall, rangy u-
i t .
men cniar jonn loopar, would
nava tha vnien pay tor lawyers
In criminal at wad as civil ac
tion; in domestic squabbles as
wall ar In thi drawing of will
ar the. aala of a place of pre
parry; in fighting spoodtng ick ick-ts
ts ick-ts as awalf as for being too bal
ligaront as pickets.
As Cooper related it to me. he
first was hit by the idea when he
read "an article written by a New
Yore attorney who recounted tha
high cust of getting comoetent le
gal counsel, in this ease to defend
a felony right up to the Appellate
court, it would cost between SIS.-
000 and $20,000. Our waiters and
cooks and hotel workers da n't
nave that kind of money. It
needn't be a felony.. There could
be an auto accident or perhaps a
manslaughter, charce arisina out
of this, which would be catastro
So Cooper, president of the Joint
Executive Board of the Hotel and
Restaurant Employes and Barten
ders unions covering six h. A.
aiunates decided to ask for free
legal eara from employers when
tne new contract negoUations
come up tnis fail.
After .consulting with regional
bar associations and faculty
members or the University of
Southern California Law School
and after running some conferenc conferences
es conferences on the. oronosaL Coooer wrote
iq ma mtmoers:
"Can you afford to oav for Jus
tice? Do you have enough mon
ey to nire i good attorney?. .
Your union representatives nave
coma up with r a bold, new '.and
practical answer to tfiii problem,
which h'as bothered writers like
QliyarTGoldsmith for 200 veara.
' .Thein answer: Create aPrepaid
Lgat care nan io cover court
costs and 'attorneys': ees,,i i v;the
same manner that the present
Health and Welfare Program pro provides
vides provides for- hospital, medical .and
mis is a simple, plan. 11,1
member will find if he needs le
gal advice. A scheduled of charg
es mr eacn type of legal counsel
will be worked but by a commit committee
tee committee of lawyers, union Officials and
employers, with the advice of law
school experts. A panel of law
yers will be drawn up. once the
union committee finds enough of
mem willing to aoio oy tne "stan
uaru ice acucuuic.
Then a union member may se
lect any lawyer on the panel to
counsel him on criminal defense
or civil matters such as accident
claims, suiti for damages or di
" y riw hiiia. .
Walter Winchell In MeaYorl;
Mamas of a GIRL FRIDAY'
Dear Mr. W: Dorothy Biddle (of
the fabulous Philly clan) and Jack.
le tlark, ine comic, started scans
of tch-tchat when they made their
entrance at the Embers. Soma of
bis intimates say this could be
very serious thing". .M a r 1 1 y n
Monroe s the one they want to play
"The Jean Harlow Story." renew
casting. Adela Roeers St. John did
the script. .Edna Ferber is un unhappy
happy unhappy about the "Giant" movie
royalties: FeeU the Warner checks
should be fatter than they are. .
Peeey Kir.e and Georee De Witt
bugged and kissed out loud at Hil Hilly
ly Hilly Reed's Little Club. Told every
one they'll marry when she opens
at the Copa in the' Fall. I wonder
. .Tha new book. "Love Me Lit
tle, is supposedly auth'd by A
manda Vail, but no one at Mc
Graw-Hill knows her. Some will
even wager the photo on the back
cover is not the author. Craze, a
new teen-aee mag, will expose tne
noax and allege tne author is. a
male named Warren Miller.,
BEFORE THE WI NO Scudding along under fun sail and
with ell hands on deck, the Norwegian ttuve-cnastM wina wina-Jaimner,
Jaimner, wina-Jaimner, Christian Radich, makes a pretty picture as It near
Miami, Fli. The Square-rigger U one of the last eight vessels
- tt its kind iarth world. WitUAcewof IX officers and 2 t t-.
. t-. at cadeU, 1h ship haa been cruiwni .the Caaiobcao as a
Coating Alaa studio for a aaoUon pictura compaajr.
Netico la aarvad on any habi habitual
tual habitual crimir.al with a gleam in
his aya not to loin the anion.
H II be bounced. This is for rag.
uler numbers and legitimate
newcomers Persona aaeking to
lain salary to gat fro attorney
will not bo tolerated Cooper
Cooper and his colleagues are
now going over a questionnaire
they dispatched to their members,
who were asked: "How many
times have you employed an attor
ney in the last five years? If in
a clvu case describe down below:
Divorce, accidents or real estate
"If you ware charged with vio
lating tha law, indicate tha charge.
via you go to trial. .how many
days in court?. .Were you con
victed?. . .Did you appeal?. .'
How much did you pay for legal
services attorneys' fees, court
costs or others?
. "Have you aver wanted to con consult
sult consult aa attorney but felt you could
not afforo to do so? Did you ever
use the services of the Public Da Da-fender,
fender, Da-fender, or. did the court appoint
an attorney to represent you? Do
you think you would have bees
batter off if you could have hired
your own attorney?" V
When this confidential survey is
completed, the union will knowi
how many times its members
have been In trouble, or used law-1,
yen. inia win Eire mem some i
daa of what tha coat of the free
leaal plan will be. The fees will
uu oa seu
win ba two, types of sd
vice for the union member. If he
wants to select his awn lawyer.
asv aiaa mc uri uuem asaiira uiaa isu.
This means he caa go privately
A- 1 .1 M t
la a lawyer on ui usirnaae nu
ewa arrangementa ana, u it m m-volves
volves m-volves s higher feee thsa the one
en tha standard bat, the member
win pay the dmerence.
Under. the "greas" plan tha
member' wiu get one of tha law
yers an the union's Bat who win
work for a fixed fee, paid out at
t&e rune: ana: agreed te ia advance
by the attorney.
Smell wander WaaMwgtow'a
geyommont end labor ctrcloio are
watching this aViwa for free le
gal care. Thia one matches Vho
Al Hibblr's biggest song hit, of
course, is After the Lights Uo
Down Low." LeRoy Lovett wrote
it. He may lose every cent of tne
royalties. His wife is trying to at
tach he coin because he allegedly
left ner for another. .Jackie trea
son's director (F. Satenstein), is
not quitting TV as reported. He
signed to do the Pat Boone pro program.
gram. program. .Newspaper and mag pub publishers
lishers publishers will welcome the news that
JUGM will spend One Million $ ex exploiting
ploiting exploiting "Raintree County." Hop
ing for a bigger press than "Gone
With The Wind". .Variety's
Frank Scully has titled his history
of burlesque: "Lee Show". .Sev
eral midtown restaurant phones
are tapped. For clues to who snot
revues have paid off sinee World
War IL They were Ray Bolger in
"Three To Make Ready," Leonard
oiiiman svr-Kew c aces ot.93.
"Call Me Mister" and "Lend An
Ear" .Patti Page's mgr. says
not. true about demanding $50,000
to get ner to sign a new recording
contract. .me tfrod crawfords
alimony settlement includes a per percentage
centage percentage of his teevee show.
ever, ofisets all the other misfits,
so excuse my groans.
"Louie's Leva Sang"? Is a best
selling album. You recently kid-
ed the chap woo wrote the tongue
in cneek lyrics, ue is pianist
Lou Carter, who toured with Jim
my Dorsev. Glen Gray and Bobby
(Byrnes. When the band biz went
sour Carter bought his own cab.
The hackie jargon amused him so
much he put it into songs. They
ara now the pets of disc-jockeys.
Mr. Carter also signed to appear
on Como's program (six shots) at
11.500 ner. .Ben Hecht. who nans
New York inu.Jiit''Bew.ooKiit Palm Springs, Calif.: where he's
Charlie." must have had a sud- named -many of the streets-after
den chance of heart He expressed! those on New York's lower East
his devotion to Our Town in an in-1 Side, scene of his boyhood. Rivinir-I
i .. t ... l il .it. .l. J : via. a at . w I
terview oniy me omer nay. .. .i ion, ueiancey, Auen, etc. iv
saw Hopa Hampton at Goldie t thei sauit Joan'J star Jean Seberg's
other humid night covered in white
lox nir. In this, heat?
Never heard sa much comment
on any news photo as the one show
ing Todd and Liz spatting. Such
looks! Someone should remind
Mike and his wife of tha classic
admonition for married folks:
"Don't both get mad at the same
time!". .Jack Webb's movie. "D.
I.", can hardly expect to help en
listments in tne Marines, rreuy
srim stuff. And why does almost
everyona in the cast yell lika hat
all the time? My aching oars-..,
Also tell me this. Why does Hol
lywood ssud us so many pictures
featuring mental cases? Sin ee
when ts insanity entertainment7.-
France told Prince Juanito Car
los (heir ta the fapamsfi thrc e)
that ha favors ,a marriage to a
Princess of some -ruling family.
This would rule out Princess Ma-.
ria Gabriella of Italy, .whom1 he
loves. .The lady that circus ty tycoon
coon tycoon Henry Ringling North teach
es water skiing on L. I. Sound
is Lisa Farraday. .The Bombay
branch ursed Allied Artists to om
it a sexy episode from "Love In
Tha Afternoor" when it Is booked
in India. Shows Gary Cooper ex-
er tne Rossellini affair, was the
message, ''and disrespectful Uo
Don Appsll's now play. "A Shot
in the Dark," uses a Broadway
columnist as its central character.
He assures you this one, won't be
dull. The columnist that is.
John Garson, the Grin-zing star1,
is the voice bf Gregory Peck in
interview ouote: "In Paris when a
gu-l docs not know love by the time
she is twenty, it means one of
three things r,,e is not pretty, she
Bias iea..a 'M i rr i -s
a CommuaifcL .Originally uer uer-ed
ed uer-ed by trancoise Sagan, author of
"Bonjour-Jristesse." r ?
, In case you read if too fast, the
buoremt court's decision uphold
ing iha law on obscene literature,
keeps samuei Roth V in Federal
gaol for the full S years. His
late Should; be- a warning to: the
rest of them. Prettyv KUen Ray
left, "IBells- Are Rineina" to nlav
tne uaroi tianey -roie in rv ajama
uamevv at.juamoertvuie, N. J,,
Gina i-ollobneida's girl friends
are amazed at the way she's keot
ner ngure and tne. DaDy due any
day. Gina, they say, weighs only
12 lbs. over her normal weieht
Ed. R. Murrcw. who interviews so
many people In their homes over
teevee, won't submit to interviews
about his Private life. .Feela that
fishing and praying are; strictly
WASHINGTON" Prior to the
current Senate investigation of
Secretary of the Treasury Humph Humphrey!
rey! Humphrey! and his fiscal policies.; only
two members of Congress had the
courage to tangle with the man
rated as the most powerful in the
One was Congressman Albert
Thomas of Houston. Tex., who call
ed on the Secretary of the Trea Treasury
sury Treasury to ask why the Office of De
fense Mobilization would not grant
a fast tax write-off to the Bay Bay-town
town Bay-town Steel Co., of Baytown, Tex.
.Humphrey explained that he
fas agamst fast tax write-off s.
"They add to inflation, and give
favored companies an unfair ad advantage
vantage advantage over competitors," he
"But thay weren't so bad whan
yau got ,a $315,000,000 tax write
off for your National Stool Com-
pany7" Congressman Thomas
shot back. "Or whan vau gat
1111,000,000 for 'your- Canadian
"If these tax write-off are so
bad why don't you repeal them?"
asked the Congressman from Tex
That ended the interview.
Note Humphrey is a member
of tne Defense Mobilize tion Upard,
the over-all agency which grants
the fast tax write-offs.,
CHANGE ON SEAWAY V v
The other Congressman who tan tangled,
gled, tangled, with George Humphrey is
George Fallon of Baltimore, like
Thomas, a Democrat. Their clash
occurred before Humphrey be became
came became Secretary of the Treasury
when he testified. March 5. 1951.
in favor of the St. Lawrence Sea Sea-way.
way. Sea-way. Prior to this, Humphrey had
referred to the Seawax. as a "so
cialistic ditch.''' But-after-his M.-
A. Hanna Co. acquired, one of the
most valuable ore deposits in the
world in Labrador. Humphrey
changed his mjnd.. v,;;:';
congressman raiion oiscretteiy
called Humphrey's attention not
to. his own views but to those of
another Hanna executive, and ask
ed: "Do you think hi -views have
changed today?"4 ,Mhrl
Oh ryes, they nave Changed,";
replied the head of one of the
Samuel GoldwvnV former ast-
ing director (Lew Kerner) is toowJ-1J,tp-f romnanira in the
a prosperous TV film producer or7rr-e?ieshUc9inPani" i
the Coast. Also dabbles in real
estate. His latest, development -is
U.S. films shown in Italy. .Bet-1 personal .Ray Bolger is the lat
ty Meyers (mother of Tina Louise)
lost J35.0C0 fiahting her estransed
husband in court Her latest irri
tation was getting a traffic tick
et in Westport, which she may
leave "forever." Says she's had
nothing but ill luck there. .Cutest
chick to hit town this Summer is
Suzanne D'Albert of Paree. She's
in "School For Wives" at Thea Theatre
tre Theatre Marquee.
Hollywood (this season) pur
chased (our oil-Broadway plays,
The latest is "Career" at the Ac
tors Playhouse. The others were
Me Candido," "Wayside" and
"Take a Giant Step". .The pas-
est who says
show is oven
he's glad his TV
Scott Walden, hailed as the new
MM, has her first set ing job at
tha Clinton, Conn. Playhouse to
morrow night. The Javne Mans
field role in "Rock Hunter"...Bet-
tina. tha bride-to-be of Alv Khan
is actuau named simone Bodin
.Micki Mario of "Toe Follies
may ride the hansom kebs in the
parx wiin -romes" co producer
KrolL but her latest conquest is a
Detroit supermarts magnate.
Liyaa aairoaua, van neiress turn
ed songstress, lsn t dating her H
Y. friends since Paul -Rimmerir.
sing of the "Ziegfeld F o 1 1 1 e s '.the Miami mint, came into her
One "Affair to Remember," bow- points up the fact that only 4 1 exciting life. .Bing's leading lady
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XxA' erar antuwn w tw asrrojcas lS
i x vv'. r,, AaaXAJi woax aiawais si stem
world. "For many years we were
opposed i to the Seaway, for just
one reason:- we did not see there
was a substantial tonnage to move
over it. k
"In our work in Labrador we
have been looking forward to the
time when more iron ore would
be developed. .And as soon as
we found there s was a large ton
nage of ore in Labrador that could
ne moved over ts seaway we
then ch?n'TH r :- fin' in favor
Later when Mr. Humphrey an an-tarad
tarad an-tarad the cabinet ha threw his
weight behind passage of the
Seaway with, such vigor that his
close friend. Sen. George Bender
of Ohio, complained -ha was
changing the signals too rapid.
ly. Bender, who had passed the
Seaway, had to reverse himself
and promote the Seaway. Thanks
to Humphrey's power tha Sea Seaway,
way, Seaway, after 20 years of (May
was passed, thouoh only throuah
Lake Erie, near which tha Humph.
rey maustriai properties are lo
The last annual report of the
M. A. Hanna Co.. in which Sec
retary Humphrey retained a huge
woe oi stocx. speaks slowlnerlv
oi Laoraoor ore development
"Production from the Quebec-La
brador fields exceeded 12.1 mil,
lion -Ions during the last mining
season, rour mines were original originally
ly originally planned fof the Schefferville a
(Inger Stevens) and her estraneed
husband finally azreed on the set
tlement wmcn paves the way to
an uncontested abrogation. As part
of the deal he continues as her
agent and she is booked solid at
hefty money. .Nick Schenck's
daughter Nicola may be the next
Mrs. Helmut Dantine.
' v Yeur Girl Friday
rea, but five ara now needed to
provide increased production. L
Schefferville, a self governing
community, now has a population
of about 2,500. .The Quebec North
Shore and Labrador -Railway ia
privately owned railroad) operat- 1
ed without intferriintion.".'
UMPHRET'J CONFLICTS. J
Sonatnn.- .nil hnm..mx
.Muums a"u WU51VSDWCU VU1S1
plain about two possible conflicts
of interest on the part- of Mr.
Humphrey: r' -
No. 1 is Uie quickie tax' write
off s given his companies but de denied
nied denied to competing companies such
s Baytown Steel.
No. 2 is the fact that Humph-
raaVsi nritrnfnlir ninA niiln4 Lm J
i j m iya-a v ntaa.j vnuou 4014x4, vau VlIU :-'
Darge tines do not have to pay an.
excise tax as do railroad and oth
er common caners. ,.',-
The excise tax on transportation
is iu per cent tor passengers sna
3 per cent foKreight j Passed dur
ing tne wsr. there was general
demand that it be removed when
the tax laws were rewritten; by
the Eisenhower administration As
Secretary of the Treasury ..Mr.
Humphrey helped to keep v the
transportation tax on the books.
It benefits his companies be because
cause because they have their own private
transportation lines, It hurts com--
petnors who. nave to pay the lax.
Tho M. A. Hanna annual re report
port report shows how extensively it
has built up private transporta ,'
tion, thus escaping the axcisa -tax.
In addition to the Quebec
North Shore and Labrador Rwy.,
the Hanna-operatad Great. Lakes
fleet totaled 10 cargo vessels,
while its acaan fleet totaled five
vessels. MIr :.
How much this costs the Trea
sury Department which Mr. Humph
rey operates is ; indicated by
letter irom tne cnau-man ot'tna'
Interstate Commerce Commission,
Owen Clarke, March 14, 195Ti.,to
Senator Smathers. of Florida 1 A
"We are eonvmced. ha stated.
"there has been ,a substantial di diversion
version diversion of traffic from ior f hire
carriers to private carriers. .
and it is estimated that S24,000 S24,000-000
000 S24,000-000 is lost to the U. S. Govern
ment each -year which .would not
be lost : if the S per cent tax on
transportation were repealed.','
Thus Secretary Humphrey,1 has
put himself in the position of help-'
ing to retain a tax which com competitors
petitors competitors have to pay but which he
cannot collect from his own com companies'.'
panies'.' companies'.' .J.",-' '"
Adds Gases ia ths
Stcnsch prcd L:a
Here's the way to fight the
... ailment ,s
A lrg numbar af atomach dissrdera
ir caused by an Mcasa of hydrochlo hydrochloric
ric hydrochloric acid In tha stomach. The dclleate
manbranaa of the- atemach- are irritat irritat-d,
d, irritat-d, auparacidity and pains aet in and
food sours easily, causinc dlsacreeabla
symptons, so wall known to those who
nava stomacn trouble.
What Is required 'in these cases la te
find tha origin of the ailment and If
It is superacldlty, buy Neatracld In any
drugstore, dissolving one teaspoonrul in
a half class of water. Thia neutralizee
the excess acidity and -you are relieved
of both Irritations- and pains. Neutraeid
costs very little. Tnousanoa wno use n
dally now enjoy aitttnc at the table to
eat without leer of disorders.,,
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'tollSS MARY CRANDALL whose engagement to former zonlan
'Mr. Melvln E. Gibbs is announced. Miss Crandall is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Cranaaii or Miccosuxee,
Fla. Mr. Gibbs is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. Gibbs
i of Miami, Fla.
FRENCH EMBASSY WILL CELEBRATE FRANCE'S
NATIONAL DAY WITH RECEPTION ON JULY 14
!! The French Ambassador Lionel Vasse and Mrs. Vasse
have issued invitations to a reception, which will be held
!,' from 11:30 a.m. ntil 1 p.m. at the Embassy residence next
Sunday, July 14.
The occasion will be the
And Mrs. Potter
1, The Governor of the Canal Zone
ancV Mrs. William E, Potter en-
Jerttiined informally is their home
asfieveninrsThe pleasant evening
Uoiiisted o2'.; despedida dinner
UorjLt. Governor andMr8. Her Her-gnai
gnai Her-gnai W Schulf, who will sail this
afternoon aboard the S. S. Here Here-diajfrom
diajfrom Here-diajfrom Pier 18, Balboa; and a
biifliday celebration compliment compliment-Uigrboth
Uigrboth compliment-Uigrboth Miss Elizabeth Barker
ouse guest of Miss Jo Ann Pot-
,ter and Edwin Gunner Schull, son
1 H Col. and Mrs. Schull.
Mr. and Mrs. Roswell J. Tobin
of Margarita announce the com com-'ing
'ing com-'ing marriage of their daughter,
"Miss Shirley Anne Tobin, to Mr.
Peter Proctor of Quincy, Mass.,
who is currently stationed at Co Co-eo
eo Co-eo Solo Naval Station.
; The wedding will take place at
jtht Holy Family Church in Mar
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celebration of France's National
garita on Friday, July 26 at 7
No invitations have beeft issued
for the wedding or the reception,
which v will follow 3 in the parish
hill. tAJI, friends-f the bride and
groom-are Invited Ho attend both.
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Alfredo Collins Family
Welcomes Fifth Child ..;..:.:
Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo Morris
Collins of Panama City have an announced
nounced announced the birth of their fifth
child, third son, at San Fernando
Clinic on June 23.
The little boy will be named
Alfredo Morris Collins, Jr.
Paternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. John O. Collins of Va Va-camonte,
camonte, Va-camonte, Arraijan, R. P.
Maternal grandparents are Capt.
and Mrs. Hans Elliot of Panama
City and Boquete, R. P.
The engagement of 'Miss Liz Sua-j
Uwm 9:00 J 10 :m. mlf.
zo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ra Ramon
mon Ramon Suazo. to Mr. James W. Ad
ams. son of Mr. and Mrs. John D.
Adams, of Columbia City, Indiana,
was announced on Friday last at
a buttet party in the Suazo home
on Avenida Peru.
Close friends and relatives .of
Miss Suazo 'gathered around a buf
fet table centered by a beautiful
floral arrangement of pink jind
white to toast Miss Suazo and Mr.
Adams, who is presently visiting
Miss Suazo was educated at
schools in New Orleans, Canada
anf th Canal Znnp
Mr. Adams is a graduate of Wa
bash College in Indiana and did
post-graduate work sv the Nation
al University of Mexico. He is ,a
business man with widespread in
terests in the United States and
The engaged couple plan a Fall
Elect New Ofifcers
On Wednesday July 3 the
Clayton Officers' Wives. Club held
a coffee and business meeting dur
ing which new officers were elect elected
ed elected for the next six-month term.
Those elected from the double
slate proposed by the nominating
committee were Mrs. A. Messner,
president; Mrs. Arthur L. Munson,
vice-president; Mrs. Alexander F.
Weir, Jr., secretary: and Mrs.
Walter J. Moeller, treasurer.
Mrs. Joseph R. Walton, wife of
the Ft. Clayton Post Commander,
spoke appreciatively of the fine
job done by Mrs. David Ramsey,
retiring President, before present presenting
ing presenting Mrs. Ramsey with an engrav engraved
ed engraved silver card tray. Mrs. Walton
also thanked other retiring offi officers:
cers: officers: Mrs. Claude W. Cooper, vice vice-president;
president; vice-president; Mrs. Roy M. Strom,
Secretary; and Mrs. John B.
White, treasurer, as well as each
Executive Board member, alter
which she turned the gavel over
to Mrs. Messner.
The Independence Day decora
tions chosen by the hostesses, Mrs.
Ralph H. Wells and Mrs. John a.
White, included blue candles en
closing a large red, white ana
blue floral centerpiece on the cof coffee
fee coffee table, from which sprouted ti tiny
ny tiny American flags; The Club wel
comed as new members Mrs.
George W. Carter, Mrs. M. H.
Turner,- Mrs. Percy H. Laming,
Mrs. .Dallas L. Knoll, Mrs. Mal Malcolm
colm Malcolm vjA.- Norton, Mrs, James H.
Boyd," and Mrs. Robert Beinke,
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Mr. And Mrs. Retluga
With Party In Margarita
The Redugas celebrated first
wedding anniversary at the "Elks
Club" of Margarita on July 6.
Mr. Joseph E. Reduga is a ci civilian
vilian civilian employe of the U.S. Army
at Fort William D. Davis. He is
engaged in the performance of the
duties of Technical Supervisor of
Air Conditioned and Refrigeration,'
Mrs. josefina F. de Keduga, is
the Chief Nurse of the Amador
Among the friends who attend attended
ed attended this party were Mr. D. Caf Caf-frey,
frey, Caf-frey, Chief Engineer, Fort Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Castro, S,
Chief of Medical Staff, Amador
Guerreo Hospital; Capt. C. Agui Agui-rre
rre Agui-rre and his wife; Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. Paniza, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Ruason, Mr. and Mrs. Saint Jhon Jhon-esy,
esy, Jhon-esy, Mr. and Mrs, A. Vlieg, Mr.
and Mrs. J.'D. Rosania, Mr. and
Mrs. Gulickson, and Mrs. T. Lowe.
Slides of Cave
Near ioene Vista
Shown At Meeting
At the recent Gem and Mineral
Society meeting, Mrs. Patsy Ryan
president, reported on the last
board meeting and informed the
members that the Constitution and
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STATUE OF LIMITATIONS RONS- OUT During the
JMdgiDg of fraternity house decorations at Emory University in
. Georgia the water fountain sculpture, left, decorated the lawn
V ?ef ihe houses. The "classical" work was huge success
f until the "statues," Paula Foer and Charles Rumble in real
y. Jife, began to wilt under the strain, and the statue became a
k,r in8.hl mila they had t0 take inoutioE-a break.. After
; all, they're not made of stone.
Keeps You Young
My hat goes off to the many
cnarmine women wuo ie u-
yond their threescore years and
xv, uu m lUm6iiuUu,,;
I met one at a party, closer to'at that.
80 .than 70, who proved to be thel
most interesting ana cnarming
woman in a group of women. AU
the rest were-only half her age or;recent trip.
Her eye. were as clear ad!
bright a u girl's. Her skin was I
soft. There wasn't a grim or un
h.nnv urn. in hr ...p iust Prinlr.i
ly lines about the eyes and mouth
that deepened when she smiled
or laughed, which was often.
Not ohce did ; she mention the
good old days, or talk about the
past,? or. t wonder what the world
and the youiig- people in Jt are
Not once did : she mention
By-Laws of the Society were un undergoing
dergoing undergoing revision. All members
present were given copies of the
proposed Constitution and By-Laws
to study until the next meeting.
Mrs. Cox has made some chang changes
es changes in the exhibit case in the Ci
vil Affairs Building. Mr. Sommer Sommer-freund
freund Sommer-freund of Mercurlo Jewelry Store
who is a member of the Society,
has given Mrs Cox-invaluable aid
throughout the year in contribut contributing
ing contributing many of the stones which have
graced the display. In the birth birthday
day birthday arrangement for July, Mrs.
Cox has in the case include ru rubies,
bies, rubies, turquoise, star rubies and
Danny Rudge conducted the pro program
gram program after the meeting and dis diseased
eased diseased future field trips. Danny
contends there is no "wrong sea
son lor field trips and maintans
there is always something to be
Pat Ryan gave a short talk on
the Gemology course from Eng England
land England which he is taking. Pat is
very enthusiastic about the course
and recommends it for anyone
who is interested in that field.
Bob Stewart told of finding pe petrified
trified petrified coral. He is making a stu study
dy study of coral through the ages
which should be very interesting
i when completed. Bob has quite a
stock pile of coral which-was the
envy pf everyone present as could
be toid by the' great interest in
type and locations of his finds.
After a recess for refreshments
Bob Stewart showed colored slides-
of a cave whih he and Danny
Rudge had found near Buena Vis Vista
ta Vista on the trans-Isthmian highway.
It goes about 800 feet into the hill
and is high and dry. The pictures
of the curious formations of the
stalactites and stalacmites, and the
colors reproduced in the slides
were truly wonderlul. Everyone
was greatly impressed and sur-
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I MIXES INSTANTLY
'greatgrandchildren,- until someone
sKea ner now manv manv sne
had. Then she simply told the
..u.uuci ui ctu nuu ici h u
She tallied about thing of In
terest. She told an amusing inci-
dent that happened to her on a
YOUTH IS OUTLOOK ti
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' sheu mentioned a new invention
she had read about and allowed
as how she would certainly Bka'ftTlKlMiP th
to be around for the next ytm' Ah15"blicJ h
as sne thought
mey were going,
to be mighty interesting.
s She : is young despite" her age
becauss sne is living in the present
anl the future, instead f the past.
She has a' life bf her own instead
of living through her. children.
Sne Is young because she is hoper
ui in me mrure, insteaa oi think thinking
ing thinking the world Is going to the dogs.
And she is young because she
Is still looking for things to like
and admire and enjoy, instead
of things to criticize, frown upon,
I am willing to bet that .every
une oi ine younger women who
spent an afternoon with her had
me '-f lectin? tho"ht, "I hoo I'm
like that when I'm her see."
The chances are good they will
be. For the number, o'
older women seems to be increa
sing evrv "ear. What a joy and
inspiration they are.
Pnsed Jhjit such a cave Is to be
found In Pahama, Jbut Bob feels
that there mafebe even more un undiscovered
discovered undiscovered caves and means to be
on the lookout for them on his
many trips into the iunsles anrf
the interior of Panama.
By Navy Wives' Club
The Pacific Navv Wivo. hA
bingo last Monday evening at 7:30
m ineir ciuDroom at the Cocoli
A number of members and their
guests were oh hand for an en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable evening of -fun, well plan planned
ned planned by Mrs.Rita Martin, pro program
gram program chairman: topped off the
evening with refreshments furnish furnished
ed furnished by Mrs. Bertie Kelley and her
The next meeting of the Navy
Wives' Club will be the monthly
business meeting, Monday, July 15.
The Balboa Rollerdrome is open
for matinee skating sessions from
2:00 to 4:00 o'clock on Monday.
Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
afternoons, primarily for Canal
Zone school children during the
Great news! With
new SUrlac mothers
everywhere can now
afford all the milk
their family needs.
Starlae ia t resh-tast-iag,
non-fat milk .
full of the important
anilk nourishment es es-witial
witial es-witial for good health. health.-SUrt
SUrt health.-SUrt on SUrlae today!
Cach notice for Inclusion In thM
column should be submittid m
type-written form and mailedeo
the box number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwiie," or, delivfred
by hand to the office. Notices of
meetings' cannot be accepted by
Roller Skating Club
Will Meet Thursday :
I here will be a regular month
ly, meeting of the Canal Zone Roll Roller
er Roller Skating Club on Thursday at
the Balboa Rollerdrome at 7:00
p.m. followed by free skating for
V.F.W. Meets ;
The regular monthly meeting for
V.F.W. 'members of Capt. Starr
C. Wardrop, Post No. '40 will be
held at 7:30 p.m., tonight at Post
Home No. 3835. Nominations for
office of Junior Vice, Commander
and 3 year trustee will be held.
All members are urged to attend.
All memoers. ot tne V.F.W. are
cordially invited, r i i
vacation,' lalthough" adults may al
A Smorgasbord is planned for
the regular monthly luncheon on
the 'Naval Officers' Wives Club
which will be held at 12 o'clock
Tuesday, Jujy 16 at the Quarry
Heights Officers' Club. Dr. T. A
Arias will give a talk on his in
teresting experiences in the inte
Those members wishing to make
late reservations or cancellations
should call Mrs. D. A." Mvers at
Navy number 3508 by noon, Mon-
aay, juiy 13.
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British Aid Society
A successful Rummage Sale
V91 hplrl hv fho TJrtHsV. HA On'
ciety on Saturday and over $330
nra, n itfti.
three hours for the society's
. ch&rttablff funds. Th pnmwitf
'bers Tand VhMr frhe on.
trih,,- .n.,m.i: ...i i,
S.A., Troplcana and I. L. Madu-
ro Jr., S.A.,, who kindly
donations lor the sale.
In view of the success of the
sale, and In response to many
laBr pmm.. oiA nrrt venr
Ennaaement Announced .. v
Mr. and Ali3.. James' -31. Cran
dall of Mkcosukee. Florida an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Mary Crandall of Pensa-
coIsa -Florida to Mr..Meivra
Gibbs also of Pensacola. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. Gibbs ; of
Miss Crandall graduated from
Leon Heigh School. Tallahassee.
Florida and at the present time
is a nurse, united states wavy,
Mr. Gibbs better known to his
friends as Bucky, was born in
Gorgas Hospital, Canal Zone, at
tended grade school in Balboa,
graduated from S. Leo Prep School,
St. Leo, Florida. He recently re returned
turned returned from advanced training in
Philadelphia, Penn to Pensacola,
where he is attached to United
States Navy Hospital, Staff. ; His
new assignment is at Charleston,
The wedding will take place on
July 23, at Pensacola, Florida.
Adlai Returns To
Paris From Africa
PARIS, July 9, (UP) Adlai
Stevenson returned here yesterday
from a trip to French possessions
in Africa during which he visited
Dr. Albert Schweitzer, Nobel
prize winning medical missionary.
Need lots of pep?.
The hiicea of I diiTarcirt. garden garden-treah
treah garden-treah vf etoblct are Mended mta
' thia famout drink. Youngsters love
. ka lively flavor, and thrive oa ita
vitaipia-packed . j ,'
goodnete. At meat- r
time or between tr" f
snealtV-a gives' I
them tin rtfreih-
sneat t ty want.
and the aouriih-
1 if n I
neat they and.
VE.ITIJETThe U.S. Air Force X-13 Vertijet, a Jet-powired
vertical take-off and lapding research planek takes off from
ground serviceJtrailer at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif. The,
plane, developed by. the Ryan Aeronautical Co, made its first first-complete
complete first-complete flight sequence last month. Rising and descending
on a column of exhaust gases, the X-13 depends solely on thrust
from its jet engine for both direct lift and level flight v
'Black Magic' Slaying In Jersey J
Traced To Puerto Rican Workman
VlNELAND, N.J;; July 9 (UP)
A Puerto Kican farm; handyman
has admitted he killed a teen-aged
ooy last uciooer to get-tne too of
nis sKuii to mane a love potion,
Police Capt. John Barsulgia an announced
nounced announced today.'
Li ..... 1 '.
Ba'rsuglia said the dramatic ad admission
mission admission of the "black magic" slay
ing was made by Juan Rivera A-
ponte, 45-haudyman on the arm
of Idek and Celina r Rosenblum,
Polish displaced persons who cave
im a joo two years ago.
The pOlldeCeaotaih 'said Anonte'
admitted the strangulation slaying
of 13-year-old Roger, Carletto -who.
uisappeareu uci. 13 ana wnose
body was recovered from a chick-
en house on the Rosenblum farm
Dibd In MSmasli
RICHMOND. Va.. Julv 9 fUPW
a conaemnea convict was in the
death row of i Virginia's peniten
tiary today, unaware that his moth
er had died jn a trkffic crash.
Prison, officials said thev would
Keep newi ot tne death from Frank
Jimmy Snider Jr.. 30 year old
Gadsden, Alal,' construction work
er wno is scheduled to die Thurs
day for raping a 10-year-old-girl.
aniaer s nSi-year-oia lamer ; was
in critical condition' today at a
Marion. Va..- hospital. The doom
ed convict's wife, 1 son, daughter
and aunt were in less serious con-
ditionf "''''iV-' "'' '' i --'-.: .-...
They were Injured in the two-!
car crash Sunday that killed Mrs.
uussie Snider, 53. The family was
en route to Alabama after visiting
ouiuei uuruiK ine nuiiuav wees-
end. - -,
Snider's attorney: Warren Mes-
situ, 3a in iiiai ine lamuy suu naa
hopes of stopping the execution.
tn.U n Z 1 I J 1 1 ."11 1 1
Messick said they carried papers
which they hoped to turn over to
a Gadsden lawyer in an effort to
make another appeal. .-.-;
Messick aid there was no rea
son to tell the doomed man of the
crash.-. ;, : : : v r U:-- --;
If Snider dies, whv : should he
know?" Messick said." V
Snider's father suffered a ounc-
1 tured chest. The convict's wife, Al-
ta Lee, 29, suffered a serious cut
on her forehead; his 6-year-old son
jimmy Bruce, a serious concus
sion; his 2-year-old daughter Dar Dar-lene,
lene, Dar-lene, minor cuts; and his aunt,
Mrs. Dellia' Higgins, 54, of Lees Lees-burg,.
burg,. Lees-burg,. A!s., minor cuts. I
Snider was convicted June 26,
195C, for the rape a month earlier 1
or a noanoKe, va., girl.
PnV,r ITin an.4 A!.l,i rav
nil led 1:1 mm vn a t !-f
cold serfiant ho f.trht
sn.t in 1 is bre -ii N IN
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The boy was buried in the' chick chicken
en chicken house where Aponte lived after
the handyman had read a book on
black magic, and thought he need,
ed a dried human skull to complete
a puuuii iu mauw mm 10 can a
spell over women BarsugUa said.
Police said the top of the boy'a
skull was found in a stove inA inA-ponte's
ponte's inA-ponte's quarters. .
Barsuglia, outlining Aponte's al alleged
leged alleged confession, said the handy
man told him the Carletto boy
walked into the chicken house and
asked for a cigarette just') after
the farm hand had finished read
ing a chapter calling for the skull
as a. potion ingredient.?.
Aponte admitted he slugged the
boy with- his fists from behind,
and then- strangled him with' a
cord.' y ',",- 1
Aponte- burled the boy in- ''fb
house, and proceeded to water his
grave three times daily,' accord according
ing according to Barsuglia.
He opened the grave "seven
months fter the-slaying, .cut off
the ton of the youngster's head,
and placed it 'in, thet dismantled
stove to dry, fthe 3 poIice captain
said. t 1 rVv '--;:'1
The boy's bodyl.wal uncovered
last Tuesday after Aponte told po police
lice police that Rosenblum .was the slay-:
er. He said he had. seen the farm
owner kill the boy,, and had help-!
ed bur? him, t ...
Rosenblum was : arrested and
charged .with homicide, despite his
denials, -. 'i ',--. w'fi ..- -i-.-. i
Jiarsuglia 1 said a knife was
found in the grave. At first It was
believed to be the death weapon.
but it was-established during A-
ponte's recital of the crime- that
it was the. implement, used to cut
away the boy's skull. -, c
The police captain said Anonta
began to hedge .during questioning
last Sunday, and iinally, admitted
the slaying today; :'
A flashlight belonging to Aponte
was found during the weeklong
investigation which followed find
ing of th,bodyr - M v ;
The lijht had a strip of trans trans-parent
parent trans-parent plastic on it with the in inscription,
scription, inscription, ('Una nocha entre . los
muertos." , r .' t ...
Police translated it as "one night
between the bodies," interpreting
it as Aponte s sleeping between
the body of the boy and the dead
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puuuxy ia me cuickeu nouie.
To Tall Timber
GREENLAWN, N.Y., July 9:
(UP ) Somebody s opened the
doors while mink farmer Harry 1
Schoppe wasn't looking;, and 800
minks got away, Schoppe told po-,
lice -today.'- . .' .'
He said he and his helpers man.
aged to round up a mere-dozen
of the fur-bearing animals.' He es- 1
timated his loss at about 330,000. j
Anyone who thinks be can trap j
a coat in the neighborhood had
better look out, Schoppe .warned.
th rltt-iren IleBlamnt
I cf bell... and the killer-
1 ini s '1 the way Jot to
UAH'1 TOMORROW AT THE
.TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1D57
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILt NEWSPAPER
European Women Appreciate Mature
Men; Hollywood Plays Up To Ycuth
t-r-rW .rl A I m M. M I 1
by Enkln Johnson
HOLLYWOOD NEA) Holly-
wood on TV: Meet Jiouywooas
, No, she isnt one of Ralph Ed-'
wards' onetime t aui mystery vui-
'. ces. alrhoueh she does work for
him. To TV fan she's nonenti nonenti-tyj
tyj nonenti-tyj fiut ti Ralph Edward she's
the Ml who Buts "Life" into "Thii
Is Your Lite," Her official title a
'production assistant" w me snow
and her name is Janet Tighe,
j She's a woman who fan keep a
, secret. -J v 1
A new secret every week 39
weeks pur of the year, Janet's
job is swinging the presence of
in weeiny surprise : vu
Life" euest. olus all. of the ether
guests each f how demands with-
eut JetttM we cat out oi me peg.
jghe'i bteu playing the Edwards
intrigue g am for two -year bow
f nd ? I -was (surprised to discover,
- she hasn't a single gray hair.
t "But I've lost a few pounds and
.uil few nights', sleep," sne
laughs Uoal all those people she's
smuggled into Hollywood from ev-
, cry state in the nation and half
the nations of the world.
' like the Cen. Mark" Clark show
headache, for instance. As Janet,
a Cincinnati. Ohio, sirl and one-
i IfcT'nsv i 4 a ,1''",,.
,, tunc -iDs aecrciary, icua ii.
J "Clark was on a speaking tour
with a final appearance in San
Franciscj. He Was to spend a few
days, with hi daughter and then
fly down tv-'Los Angeles in
friend's private plane.
' "In the meantime." Gen. Joseph
T. Sullivan, dean of The Citadel, of
which Clark is president, also came
.'t Saa Francisco to see relatives
before coming to Los Angeles to
surpnsa war on our snow, war,
of course, thpught SuJIivan was
back at The Citadel.
'.'Sullivan made his awn plane
reservations Horn San Francisco
to Lot Angeles and I bad no idea
where or with whom he was stay?
tag. Cams the day before the' show
and Mn, Clark phoned me to say
Exds A $ 550 Hear
Vclth Towr Talk
A. V. Baper, principal speaker
asr the Watea Tower JSeeiety, toia
aiera tbsnfsa persona Sunday why
aiM fcivs failed t remove the
barriss dividing mankind, what
the fcanUrs are, and who will re-
- Kpsrs addrsss was the prm prm-pal
pal prm-pal event oi the final session at
t tfcree-day-voovegtioti held in
'rt. (Vnn Arena'." J :'
' ?eJung on the subject KaH
moving lbs Barriers Dividing Man-
kind" Raper said, "B is ne wonJ
: dar hit fta world leaders are
atriwilr aoncarnad dvar the lack
of iwitv iu tba earth and are seek-
' ing 4 r smova the barriers divid-
Mg manjdou. oewre we are oroa oroa-m
m oroa-m in tflta atili smaller fragments
by atamia and hydrogen bombs."
Going on to show why man bbs
failed ta unify the world, be stated,
"men have tried to do what God
himstlf has said that he would do.
' Man his tried to lift himself up
. by hi own bootstraps without eon-
sidtriog Ged'e way and purpose."!
- Concluding, Raper shewed tnat
stared scripture and werld events
'wave that we are living in the
last days ef the old system of
things and that shortly a new right righteous
eous righteous rule under God will take ov over
er over the eontrol of the entire earth
rasaeving from all time the divi-
aiva fearnera that vrevent peace,
mmr, mum mmVumPm' '
ifta ooeietrs travsuing reprt
i aaatative. Walter R. Gilks. soeak-
iag set the aubjaet, "Divine inter4
sis'' said, wa most oe m tuu
auori with iba divine will and
always be in line with God' dmne
later est." ,.-.
. He stated that some of these iu
tarests ara to rid the earth ef wick
daces throueh bis Sen who is new
retgwsg as mt in u$ heavenly
kiaidom. and to have the earth
robed in beauty; a paradise for
tb meek to inherit.
. Tea wra baptized in a Saturday
IfjamanraMtn siarvia mnA urilt tnVo
US miaitr7 work 19 the Republic
I ranama. :
At the conclualov of the conven convention
tion convention the Witnesses unanimously ex
pressed appreciation to the people
ana mucins or tne Ittion Arena
or tttir bospJtaUty.
Ibyy Cbl:f D:fcnd$
WASHINGTON. July t (UP)
The Navy's chief el iaformatwn
(aetiSed teday be doesn't know of
Jeiagle cat in which secret naval
sta was "purloined" by a news
Ha Suecomraittee heard te t'.
iiapy Com. Eesr Adm. t. Tsy Tsy-fer
fer Tsy-fer as it resumed bearings on
lilttary control pf Informs non.
A commission which studied gov.
eremtnt security prcrrams rfcent rfcent-h
h rfcent-h recommended mixing it a
crime te pubUsh fovern?rent se-j
rets. Commission Chtirmsn Uori,
Wrijht referred to in'tsnres here
pewsmea "porioined" data. I
i Jha JfilcheD, eeenjel fT the
Veuso mhcemm'!tee, s?3 Tty Tsylor sild he was rot eonmlt eonmlt-kr
kr eonmlt-kr whfthr ia his r rn'.'hs s ti dirertlr by the V,r cht Conv
tavu chief ef infrmiuon a-y
ivr esses eurri.
" "Ne." Jayloe rr'. 1 ''
we arevwee u ir
I eaa tty eaUeorci:r were
akd if Tsrler kw tA s-y c
aaere naval ir.f'wr-r -i
. 4 mm. I
they had changed their Blans and
were coming to i-os Angeles on
a commercial airline Tuesday
morning. So was General Sullivan.
What if they were on the same
plane? What if they met at the
Janet was lucky. Their paths
did not crass in San Francisco
and "This Is Your Life" kept its
surprise,. uut even Kaiph Edwards
was surpnseo when Tommy Ma
son-Robinson, the Australian who
rescued Marine ace Joe Fos. step
ped 'out ei an airplane at the Los
Angeles airport Just a lew seconds
before bis. appearance on the Foss
show. lie. spoke his words about
Foss into a TV camera at the air
port and .no one in the audience
realized : there was any strain or
But, mister, .there were 11
hours of : anguish Janet won't
t Robinson 'was due to arrive in
Los Angeles early the day of the
Show. But he missed .plane con connections
nections connections in Hawaii and grabbed a
Jilane due U arrive in Los Ange Ange-es
es Ange-es aV 7:30" p.mv just as "This ts
Your Life goes eif the air. uut
reports of good tail winds indicat
ed the plane might arrive early
Janet picked up the phone for
insurance. She hired a helicopter
to .i wait at the airport and rush
Robinson to the studio 15 miles
away. .u'- :
- As an added precaution NBC-
TV sent a camera crew to tne air.
port. Ai "This Is Your Life" went
on the air vitn tne ioss show.
Robinson's plane had not yet ar
rived. The helicopter was dismiss
ed too late.
Eight minutes after the show
started, Robinson's plane landed
' .1 i. tii n ..a i rf j I.
ana ne 1 wcrsuy sieppea on uie
plane into the TV camera lens.
wmie a "Tbs is Your Lite" staf
fer held up his lines on as off-
camera bf&ckboarcu be read them
perfectly, N strain? No pain?
Wot much i
NEW YORK, July ,9 (UP) -Stoeks
made further progress to toward
ward toward new ground yesterday under
leadership et eireran, -cnemieai
and drug and selected special Is
aues. k ..,.., i..i;i''wc.t,'. j ;
Profit taking reduced prices
from their best Jevele -to Issues
which had been' strong all day.
However, a .last .minute rush' 'la
airerafts :' lifted prices ia that
group and increased trading to a
pace which put reporting tickers
surmiy oenina ai uie eiose.
Airerafts moved up at Russia
rejected the new Western propos
al for in-montn suspension oi nu nuclear
clear nuclear tests. -
Industrials closed .with a net
gain of 1.52 points to 818.41, their
best average since last Aug, 9,
and within r points of the all-time
high. Rails climbed ,94 to 149.30,
utilities .39 to 71.71, and the 65
stocks .73 to 171.80. ; -f :'Oy.
There were numerous' wide gains
in special issues Addressegraph Addressegraph-MulUgraph,
MulUgraph, Addressegraph-MulUgraph, ;up 11 to 186 7-;
Merganthaler Linotype, up 4 7-8 to
62 7-8: Freeport Sulphur, up 4
to 115: Minnesota Muting, up 6
14 to 09 1-8: Minneapolis Honey
well, up Jl 14 to J30 1-4, .-.. t;
Olin Mathieson was a1 highlight
with a gain of 4 1-3 ta 59 7-s on
turnover topped only by Sperry
Rand which climbed a point ou the
day. Allied Chemical rose nearly
2 and U. S. Borax sained 4 points.
Aircraft leaders included Unit
ed, General Dynamics and Doug'
las, all up close to 2 points.
In drugs, Merck war psce-setter
with a rise of more than ia its
eommon, nearly i in the converti
Lukens, up tV4, : and Sharon, up
almost a point, tenured steels.
Jack Dempscy Safe
Looted Of $4,000
NEW YORK. July (UP)
A safe ia Jack Dempsey's (Bread (Bread-way
way (Bread-way restaurant was found ripped
open early today and about (4.000
was missing. -. i
A nleht '.watchman discovered!
the theft. Police said the safe
crackers, felt a crowbar, chisel;
and banner behind ia the res-
GENEVA, July 6 fUP) The
20th lu'emationtl Confertfu-e on
Public Education opened here teJ
csv (or a nine-dar section. i
The two main themes will be
school construction and the triin
inf ot learners lor primary
acneired ta stem front
ouroe was published,
"So, I can t j that I
r.;s. btfore it irssde t" s cruse
t ors asii rewsrp-i. The conv
nissioo ;a efnttct t-e
ff'":sr I 'j rrrjoT'1.
h'.ij. Gea. Guy S.
jArmv chff of irforr-st:
fcf.'rH s tte
r ii i r t i:rrt
1090 Kcfu, Colon
. Telephones: 2-106S
Tediy, Tuesday, .July f
4:oo Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re
quests takes by pnone
- -tdl 3:00)
S: 3(1 News
5:35 What's Your Favorite
BLUE RIBBON SPORTfc
. REVIEW IrADBl Beer.
9:30QQ etaf AmetlC
7:00 interlude For Music
J;l&-HOW CHRISTIAN fJCl
: ENCE HEALS
7:30 VOA Report Frpm
g:00 World Of Jazz
1:30 14fe with Tne Lyons
9;00 Ypu Asked For it ire ire-quests
quests ire-quests taken by jpboflf
, tiu 7:30)
10: JO Music From Hotel El Pn-
10:45 Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00 Sign Off.
Tomorrow, Wednesday, July 10
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
1 Club (requests taken py
phone till f:00)
1:30 Mornlne Ealon Concert
8:15 Church In. The Wildwood
g;30 Musical Reveille
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 As I fiee It
10:15 Spins and Needles (re
quests taken by phone
ll:05-Splns .and Needles
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:05 -Lunchtime Melodies
12:15 M E L A C H RINO MUSI
12:30 Musical Travelogue
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The pioneers
1:45 French In The Air
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Music For You
3:00 Hack. Snow And Hi
- Bainbov Ranch Boys
l:lf-Ajnmy Kaye Show
2.-30 Music for Wednesday
4:60 Feature Jtevlew
4;30 What's yeur FUTOrite
requests mm Jtiken by
f:30 News -' "i h
:35 What's Tow fatr it e
Allen Jackson (Kews)
:15BLUE RIBBON CPORT9
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
:I0 Hawaii Calls (WRUL)
7:80 Halls, Ot Ivy
7:10 VOA Report Frorb U45.
6 : 60 Music, By Rpth
6:10 Musical Theater
6:00 You Asked For It (re (re-s
s (re-s , quests taken by pbpne
' uui v;auj
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
- MOSCOW, July 9 (UP)-Form
er Soviet President Nikolai Shver
nik, on the mass purge ox the Mo
lotov greue:" j
, "Our party will continue patient,
ly end attentively to rectify the
errors generated by the personal.
CAIRO. July 9 (UP) Egyptian
President Gamsl Abdei Nasser,
on the recent delivery of three So
viet submarines to 2yot:
"We buy arms only to defend
ourselves against aggression. These
weapons wiu he used tor the de
fense of our coasts.".
WASmSGTON '"1 Prime Minis
ter Jawaharla) Nehru of India, en
the chsneiBf cehditiea la Russia:
"wnat is aappemng seems to oe
a natural and desirable happening
. t .
that ts e tasing flown, tun ot an,
ef that type of rather aggressive
and erussdiag spirit in tact, get
ting mere normsL"
WASHINGTON Sea. Sam 3.
Ervin Jr.- (D-N.C.) ea President
Eisenhowers civil riihts Mil:
"They can't patch op the bin
enough te get my vote. It doesn't
give aaybody ia the universe any
rights except the attorney gener
aL" ., ..
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. For Former
mer Former President Truman, on the
responsibilities ef the presidency
''Sametimee I wish I was there
in the White House te snake de
cisions, put rut set, se uut anus
Group Holds Lawn
Supper On Friday
The Women's Missionary Society
of the Bethel Miseioa Church will
held a lawa eupper Friday at
p.m. m the grounds ef the char eh
SDonsored bv the Sisters' De
partment, the affair will feature a
dipper menu for SO cents and oth
er delicacies wiu be on sale.
Those wishing te make reserve-!
r rever e-'tios mf desiring additional infor infor-"
" infor-" a rews. initios sheuld eeatact Mrs. Milli-
1 cent Cgarra or Mrs. lilliaa Sladaa.'far. Seiguils are having a feast.
1 , ; i . -(NBA'Telephoto)
PUZZLE FIND THE MAYFLOWER Sur-ounded by other vessels, the Mayflower II Is
barely visible as she is towed into New York harbor by a flotilla of tugs. The replica of the
Pilrinu'. fihlp received a full-dress .welcome as she entered port. The ship will be berthed in
the city Xor the duration of the summer. rfc-
''" "l--M V I'M, .1 ( I.
al lISSII I M ml iimmmW
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
5 V J 10 9 8
' North and South vulnerable
South West North East
1 U 1 N.T. 2 4
3 V Pass 5 Pass
Pass Dbl. Pass Pass
Opening lead 4 J
South had lust a trifle better
than a minimum opening: bid.
He really should have opened
with his four-card heart suit but
he had chosen to bid one dla
West had orercsJled with one
spade. North, had made -free
bid -tof otie no-tnimo.' therebvi
wmi oau oici two spauej.
It yto fiouth's second turn to
bid and South was one of thoee
players who hated to be shut out
of same. He only had thle mln
imum hand but he bad Rood dis.
tribution and maybe his Dartner
would hold four hearts. South
decided to make a terrific over overbid
bid overbid and try three hearts just in
Retribution was swift. North
looked at his hand and realized
that hie king- of hearts had be become
come become a most Important card. He
looked at his four diamonds and
decided they constituted good
trump support. His ace of clubs
was certainly going to be a val valuable
uable valuable card and he decided that a
mere bid of four diamonds would
be inadequate. He jumped to
five diamonds feeling certain
that his partner would have ei either
ther either a lay down or a good Play
When It came around to West
he doubled and when the smoke
had cleared away South had lost
one spade, one club and two
trump tricks for a 500-point
If South had passed the two
spades everyone might have
passed. In that case West would
either have made his contract or
eone down one depending on
how ne piayea tne nana.
North might have Chosen to
bid three diamonds. : in that
case South could "have' passed
and made the part score or u ne
wanted w iry pie, oe
could have done so it'that time.
In that case North twbul4 tiave
bid four diamonds and the hand
would have played there and
gone down one.
VALHALLA. N.Y., July t (UP)
Painters will stsrt today to
Change the colors ot1 this town's
railroad station to "strawberry
pink" and "willow gray," the
shades picked Dy ine local resi residents.'
dents.' residents.' The color scheme was chosen
after the New York Central Rail-
read raa a survey as part ef
'operation rainbow. S plan to
re-paint its stations, according to;
the tastes of persons who live in
GLASGOW. Scotland. July I
(UP warms of caterpillars are
eating a 1M foot wide swath
across southerB Scotland. -. 1
"The attack started in the Ettrick
Valley about three weeks ago and
has beea moving slowly east ever
since. Some grating land has been
destroyed, but otherwise tha eiteF-
pulars have cone little damage so
i i. M. ..... .... II ., I i L II,
rii i iiiswiinisainininhpiiiiiiff ll111
if I 4 vt-' :
BEES AFLOAT A resourceful beekeeper near Fort Worth,
Tex., resorted to this unusual method to keep from losing his
valuable charges. When the flood-swollen west fork of- the
Trinity River threatened to wash away this beehive he
anchored it to a sturdy tree.
South American Premiere Of "Around
The World" Unanimous Hit In Caracas
Mr. Arthur Ehrlkh. Manager of the United Artists of Panama,
Inc. reports receiving the fallowing news bulletin fjom Ca Caracas
racas Caracas where the Lafiu-Anseriean Premiere' of "Aroand T
World In Sa Dars" took Uoe on Jane t&: v
L 'The 'South
lean premiere of Michael Todd's
I'Around ThavWojldJiv ((Dar.
was acclaimed a unanimous nit
by critic and firet night au audiences
diences audiences in Caracas, Venezuela.
where the Academy Awara win
ning show was shown at the
Boyaca Theatre last evening
(June 26). A Special Command
Performance for the' President
of Venezuela, General Marcos
Perez Jimenez, was presented
the prior night with equally
great success. The show ia re released
leased released by United Artists.
Cantlnflas, who stars in the
show and Latin America's most
popular screen idol was present
at both premieres and was
literallv mobbed by throngs of
fans and weii-wisners wno nave
followed him about the city
everywhere he has eone. His
popularity in Latin America
has no parallel in the United
States or Europe. His appear
ance here in behalf of tha local
Boys' Town included a round of
personal appearances, TV shots
and a lull scale comic ouii
fight in the Caracas bull ring
The Venezuelan press, seeing
Cantlnflas for the first time
in an English speaklnz role
and In his first film outside of
Latin America, were unanimous
in their praise for their idol
and of Michael Todd and his
"El Naclonal" summed up lo
cal reaction to Cantlnflas In
this way; "Michael Todd has
provided Cantlnflas with the
opportunity of perhaps giving
one of the unusual perform-
GOOD BRAKES akb
A SMALL V
...FOR LOTS OF
It will cost you less to have brake service dooe before major major-repair
repair major-repair is necessary. It costs much more for grinding scored
drum, honinj; cylinders, or ea doctor bills. "
Where Safety it Concerned
Don't Compromise for
Demand The Bet
LOCKHEID HYDRAULIC yifj
- No. 4J Jose Fco. de la Ossa Ave.-
Box 1113 Panama Tela.; I S0SO 1 S-47M
..... .. ...HI IUII l I
Amer-ianees. of his brtlliant career.
irtiiwv role oulte different
fr,iihiti..vi have.. known
previously, he is the star of the
film demonnraintg vmv am
art is not only 'ppen o
T.t.in America 'i-' but' or the
whole world." '
Thm npwsnaDftr Hultlmas .NO'
ticias" said "This ia something
than an ordinary picture.
It is a gigantic spectacular
r-nmnrtaed of a succession Of
marvelous scenes with the ex ex-I'it.f'ment
I'it.f'ment ex-I'it.f'ment of a circus and evok
ing the dreams we had in our
youth or imagination ana u u-rnture."
rnture." u-rnture." The newspaper "El
Heraldo" called It a "brilliant
show of universal appeal which
evtervone should see.'
Among those In the industry
who ware present at the Ca Caracas
racas Caracas premiere were Arnold
Picker, vice-president of United
Artists, and Alfred Katz, For Foreign
eign Foreign 6ales Manager of U. A.
Sam Bekerls, U. A. Latin Amer Amer-who
who Amer-who flew here from New York;
loan supervisor from Buenos
Aires; Alvaro Rey Lara, head
of U. A. -in Bogota, Colombia,
Racine Ouimaraes, head of U.
A. office in Sao Paolo, Brazil;
Enrique Baez, head of U. A.
Office in Rio de Janeiro; and
exhibitors from Lima, Peru, Ha Havana,
vana, Havana, Bogota, and other key
Latin American cities.
Mr. Picker and Mr- Katz are
discussing future openings of
"Around. The World In 80 Days"
with the United Artiste chiefs,
and various exhibitors and ex expect
pect expect to see a great many Latin
AmericaHHepenings ot the 'Todd
show in the fall-
r LOSf i i
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Burl tves,
the famed folk singer-actor of
Broadway' "Cat en Hot Tin
Roof," sppxks up for older men.
By BURL IVES'
HOLLYWOOD. July 9 (UP)
Itf l?VJinf "y young men read,.",
assienminl I Zd fhe priviLw in8 thi st eye r-
Sophia Loren, Italy's answer to fln imaonVthe first te 1
Marilyn Monroe, in the Paramount. i'nyyiae a0!!,
productim. ot Eugene O'NeiM's'te, thnSwagon- yott'
fmmortai classic. "Desire Under, listenin8- fePn,a? ,V
But the crushine blow is ;tbat
my young wmpper-snapper oi 'a
son. l'ony Ferkins. remaps 1
should be gmteful for small fav
ors but this puppy love stuu i
It is a source of great irritation
that motion pictures in America
never lei the middle-aged charac characters
ters characters win the winsome heroines.
I would like to out my licks in
for us suuve, debonair, witty, in
telligent romantically inclined, toy toy-able
able toy-able members of the more mature
and experienced social set that
are pushing lorty like Jack Benny.
It takes s mature man to handle
any woman., Europeans recognize
this, truism and as often as not it
is the character actor with his
savoir fair who captures the faint
heart of toir lady.
Such was the enviable late of
Ramu in "The Baker's Wife,"
Emil Jannings in "Blue Angel,"
and hundreds of others.
But here in Hollywood it is dif different.
ferent. different. While 1 am the breadwin breadwinner
ner breadwinner in "Desire." it is the very'
young Tony Perkins who ends up
In the hayloft with sopma.
But for the life of me I can't
see what these young, able-bodied,
handsome leading men have to
attract the ladies compared to us
more interesting cuddly and world worldly
ly worldly group that have our eyes glued
to the actuary tables of the life
insurance charts a personal phil philosophy
osophy philosophy T have reluctantly develop developed
ed developed slowly over the past twenty
Hundreds ef European women
have told me there is mere sex
appeal in a man who can take
them to exclusive clubs, select
the proper rare vintage wine
for any occasion and order ttoilr
dinner in six different languages
than beinq taken for a bicycle
ride by youngtr, mere athletic
While these fictional dramatiza
tions are always building up 'the
young Casanovas and undermining
the romantic abilities of the ma
tured personalities, history proves
that tne worlds greatest lovers
were older men. Take Casanova,
l' 7'61 tnd Sophisticated
In comfortable eleevelese
with pretty- flattering details 4 -blouses
to wear with r pride and
pleasure. White and Pastel colors.
And. they wash in a wink need
Beautiful 2-plece Dresses at very,
very low priced. Lovely combina combina-tins
tins combina-tins and styles.
We. have a bumper crop of the
very newest styles to mix and
match so many ways!
V I. L. WADURO Jr.
rmw r i mw ji w r j -v -mr s
O For Refween Meal Drinks
O For After School Snacks
O For Criildren's Milk Jyicti, Drink
Cryssai-cUor Hm DUpemer aay
b mounted am
'Available at alt
, r..-. ... ,. ..
It is said that women mature.,
much earlier than men whicb
means that they need much older
men to keep them satisfied and:.
happy. PersonaUy this sound ge-.
. -T '
Cef Four Tons
Of Cif t FooHstuf &
AUBURNDALE, Fla Julyt f
(UP The Air Force -delivered
nearly four tons of food and
clothing to Louisiana hurricane
victims today, all contributed by ,"
Polk County residents. ;
The planeload of relief mate rial
was collected in a drrveW5
Auburndale radio station WTWB.
Earlier, one ton of supplies was
flown to the Cameron, La, area,
but donors kept responding 'to
the appeal and another 7.100 .'
pounds was 'delivered by an Air
Force plane today. .1
YOUR 0 4
STAMPS 4 4
The Furniture le Heme -Furnishing
4tb of July S: H St. TM. S-S72S
IN THE KITCHItXq
IN TH1 DISHPAN
for everyday us in
your kitchen ef
try waff or surtax
Don Juan. Cellini and Caesar
I t I ass f 1 1
r AGE SIX
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, JULY t, MST
Face Last Stand' In Next 1
'1. F 1
Meet Western Clubs
NEW YORK, July 9 (UP) The Brooklyn Dodg-ers--now
no better than third choice in the wager wageringmay
ingmay wageringmay face a Custer's last stand in their next 12
With the betting 4-1 against their
the. nennant. they'll enter
tain the four Western clubs in 11
iimoi at Ebbets J ieia ana one
t Jersey City. And baseball men
thiv must show improve
ment at home this time or ready
their flag for shipment to omer
'"starting the second half of the
season, their performances on na
tive heath snoum De me hji-uu,
rlose-un observers like
Mayo Smith of the Phillies have
noted tnat tne current biuumju
club is no longer "tough" at home.
"That's the big difference,' said
Smith, "they don't murder you at
r-uw. vilH like thev used to
Thir 17-17 for .50? at horn. Is
major retsw' why tho Dod Dod-gtr
gtr Dod-gtr r In socond division at
the! All-Star break for tha first
Uima slnet 1948, whan thoy fin fin-pithed
pithed fin-pithed third. They're va gamw
tha pace set by the loading
CIt'rsdTiIe' that late last July the
Dodaers were six games behind
thP leader, but they were sun
the first division men
Lie -. .- ,.- ...UU nl
two clubs above tnem ..--
of the lour now: ine
Odds-man Eddie Borden report reported
ed reported St. Louis and Milwaukee co co-i
i co-i .u tnr the nennant today,
".uu k. li.ttinB 2-1 aeamst tne
WllU Lilt. ..v.. r - '. ,
chances of each. And it s 4-1 a
gainst Brooklyn and the same a
8 Aitu.oh thp Phillies are third
In the standing, they are fifth in
: t i lnm
fering gentry apparently feel that
th strixeoul neiuits u
ford will not be able to offset the
6-11 failure of Robin Roberts.
Despite tha general concern
?v.r toMV .r-n';;f,;e;7d UMEAA, Sweden (UP)-lst It
rHP,jthi" .AlrJS2?7SL'lj.ck Daniels of Missoula, Mont.,
In tha oeagar rrmn
Boyd Brothers Insurance
pan American Cuppers
Royal Crown Colas
C. A. High Contractors
Smoot. Paredes Cars
6V4 13 hi
Mercurlo I, Boyd Bros. 1
.u.r, .t the Albrook
t .... Mercurios Jewelers pulled
t big upset when they gained tnree
JLinf. rom the league leading
Boyd Brother Insurance team.
nrui. little nomoh in the first
cam h jewels would have scor scor-S.
S. scor-S. .h.nut because as it was
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AS I) THE LADY
STRANGER AT MT -XHOR
- RAINBOW MIXID LIAttUl
r thera, the-brats hts ara hail hailing
ing hailing tiia All-Star break as a luc lucky
ky lucky rast period that should fresh freshen
en freshen their jaded athletes and sand
them out frisky as colts for tha
all-important home stand.
They are confident, particularly,
that Boy Campanela, Carl Furil Furil-lo
lo Furil-lo and Gil Hodges right-handers
who bat best at Ebbets Field
will begin hammering the apple
formidaoly-. And that Duke Snider
and Junior Gilliam, already show showing
ing showing signs of snapping out of their
slumps, will improve mightily.
Also, they stress, Pee Wee Reese
out tor a week with a thigh in injury
jury injury will be back on third base,
where he has s steadying influence
on the team.
The club has been getting good
itching. And if it can get even
ht v imDrovea niltine, wen
do) all right,'
say the frpnt-office
TOicVii (ijP)-Takashi Ishimc
his WOrldrecord for the 100-me
ter outierf vswim Sunday wnen
hp won the event in 1:01.3 min
utes in a dual meet against, Chuo
University. Ishimoto bettered the
1:0L5 mark he set June 16.
GREENWOOD LAKE, N.Y.
(UP) Floyd Patterson, who will
defend his heavyweight title
against Tommy (Hurricane) Jack Jackson
son Jackson July 29. scored the first
knockout of his training prepara preparations
tions preparations Sunday when he: floored
Louis Holmes with a left-right to
the iaw in the first round of a
they want down by mere pins
783 to 789.
The Jewelers' Judy Bryant lead
tha Mercurious with a 14kt set of
a net 534, and Jack Mappin came
uo with a 5G2. For tne insurance
outfit, Bertha Pate and Gonzalo
Torres posted identical net sets,
of 501 each, but their efforts were
not ample to overcome the red
hot Mercurios Jewelers.
Ebonite 3. Pan-American 2
Ebonite took over sole posses
sion of the runnerup spot in tne
league when they split with the
Pan American Clippers. In the
first fame the PAA Clippers clip
ped the Ebonites by 192 pins, but
the clippers slipped off the win
ning radar beam and lost the
next two games, one by 18 pins
ana anctner ty 10. To gain tne
split, Sully Sullivan displayed some
clutch rollinc in the last frame of
the last game. He had to pick up
a tough spare, which he did and
chalked up the game in tha win
The Ross family dominated the
PAA Clipper's lineup, JC tabulat tabulated
ed tabulated a net 531 set whereas his bet better
ter better half tallied as 526 series. For
the Ebonites Joe Sullivan came
through with a 537 series and had
able support from Nancy Conza Conza-lex
lex Conza-lex with an even 500.
C.A. High 4, It ays I Crown 9
C. A. High contractors collided
with tha Royal Crown Colas, and
the latter took it on tha chin for
four points. This wss a severe
jolt to tha soft drinkers because
it shoved them into the fourth
place 'in the standings.
Every came the contractors roll
ed was over the 800 mark. Vie
Baugh and John Toland supplied
the big punch to the contractors
scoring. Vie having a 549 and Joha
a big 566. R. C. Colas did not aid
their own cause because no one
in their quintet bit the 500 mark.!
The match between the Carring Carrington
ton Carrington Canadians and Smoot Paredes
Car Dealers, demonstrated the
value of each and every pin. With
the pin fall running into the thou thousand
sand thousand it would appear that one pin
more or less would have no bear-
ing on the total pin falL because
as it turned out both tesms reap-j
ed the same number 2453 for the
night, fiernie Harm an was the'
smoothest for the Canadians, nos nosing
ing nosing out Phil Guyor of Smoot Pa Paredes
redes Paredes 550 to 949,
THE KINO A YD
with dark Oable
Oreat Double reaturer
See Pats Domino in
SHAKE RATTLE AND
- Also: p p-PJ
PJ p-PJ chard Dennlnr in,
GIRLS Vi PRISON
Plans for the VFW Teener Base
ball team's trip to the Nationals
at Herthey. Pa., will be complet
ed at the meeting of the Teener
League to be held tomorrow (Wed
nesday) at 7:30 p.m. at tne JWJJ
The team ; will sail from Crista'
bal on July 24 on the Ancon. Mak
ing the trip : will be Joe Garcia,
catcher: Brian Lutz, Jeff Kline,
and Chico Martin, pitchers; Gary
Ness, Doug Chassin, Keith Ruling,
Eddie Corriaan. and Gerry Detore,
infielders; Carlos Kaimco, George
Cotton, and ck Vtts s; ouuieta ouuieta-ers:
ers: ouuieta-ers: Mov De la Pens,! manager;
Henry Lute, Coach; and Ralph. Za-
chary, VFW representative.
Threroembers of the team al
ready lathe. States Johnny Mor Morris,
ris, Morris, Frank Amrairati, and Richie
Scott will meet the team upon
its arrival in New York.
En route from New York to
Hershey, Pa. the team will play
1 exhibition games with Union, Gibb
town, and Gloucester City iff New
Jersey, and with Waynesboro, Me Me-cbanicsburg,
cbanicsburg, Me-cbanicsburg, and Carlisle, in Penn Pennsylvania.
been received as follows:
Previously acknowledged $1021.00
BPOE, Lodge 1414 25.00
American Legion Auxiliary,' Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 5.00
L. R. Sommer 5O.0O
C. W. Ryter. 5.00
Columbus Club, Cristobal 5.00
Police Ass'n, Cristobal 25.00
Cerveceria Nacional 50.00
Almacer' 25 Centavos 5.00
Dr. Frank Raymond, Raymond
American Supply Co. 5.00
C. O. Mason, S. A. 15.00
Total to date $1251.00
Contributions may be mailed to
Box '2011 Curundu, C.Z. This will
be the third year the boys have
had an opportunity to play in the
National tournament and it is a
marvelous' experience for them.
Chioo Martin and' Carlos ; Kiamco,
Sanamanian boys, and Joa Garcia,1
team's catcher will be mak making
ing making their first trij to the States
and have been looking forward to
it with, oxcitement.
won the overall championship In
the Swedish Open modern penta pentathlon
thlon pentathlon competition although Swe Sweden's
den's Sweden's Bertil Haase won Sunday's
final event, the 4,000-meter cross crosscountry
country crosscountry nn, in 13:58.9 minutes.
CANANDAIGUA, N.Y. (UP)
Donald Campbell, the (Briton who
holds cha world water speed rec record
ord record of 225.36 miles per hour, said
today he was "at least a week
behind schedule" and it would be
at least twu weeks before he was
ready for an attempt to better
his mark in a run on Canandai Canandai-gua
gua Canandai-gua Lake. Campbell said pleas pleasure
ure pleasure boats on his two-mile course.
plus bad weather have hampered
Today and. Tomorrow!
Chilling suspense! The
best of its fclndl
(In French with
- Spanish subtitles)
Not since "The ThlrdAIan"
a high tension drama like
with Dane Clark
- J Also:-1.
with Marie Windsor
VFW Teeners 9-7 In Slugfest
s i 1
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J I ,4 I
ALTHEA GIBSON WINS SINGLES Queen Elizabeth: II pre presents
sents presents the trophy to Althea Gibson (right) of New York after
Miss Gibson defeated Darlene Hard (left) of Los Angeles in
the finals of the women's singles to become the first Negro
in Wimbledon history to win a championship.
By Conradoi Sargeant
The President Remon race racetrack
track racetrack stewards kept up their
good work by meting out stiff
penalties to errant jockeys and
trainers over, the weekend.
Apollnar Reyes Rios and Tell-
r Godoy topped the list with
eight meet'- suspensions. Reyes
was set down f or changing ? ma
course and disturbing Mlchungo
In Sunday's seventh race. Godoy
was penalised for crossing After
Me and Suntonner with Dona
Beatrix in Saturday's ninth race.
Johnny Gongora and Guuier Guuier-mo
mo Guuier-mo Silva were the only other two
jockeys suspended. G o n g ora
crowded Rlscal with coronation
Day on J,uly '4 to net a four four-meet
meet four-meet susDenslon. Sllva got two
meets for not showing up to ful
fill his engagements on satur
TTellodoro Gustines was fined
$5 for dropping his whip while
entering the homestretcn aDoara
Kutuante, lasi Tnursany.
. ? .
Plnlno, Barlyon and Arrana Arrana-lero
lero Arrana-lero got 81 days .each for fin finishing
ishing finishing lame in their respeetiTO
races. Hlncapie, Matnin, ho' ho'-matodos
matodos ho'-matodos and Onda Real, which
also wound up' lame, got 15
days each bys order of the
piieito:: Alhalar.: Little Fool
and Portal were suspended for
eieht meets each because oi
their poor performances. i
Pappa Flynn was scratched
because he swas sent to the re re-celvlna:
celvlna: re-celvlna: bam 15 minutes late. He
caused oaiuroay biami
be delayed and was given aiw
Starwkk, which again refused
to leave the starting gate in last
Thursday's eighth race,, was
placed under orders of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Gambling. Control Board.
Starwick had;. been suspended
af - m m u
m w m t ma
i today ::s
BUI Williams in
'KID MONK MARCONI
$L19 pr CAR!
THE FLAME OF
THE ISLAND -LAX
I COVER THE
Alumni 9 Outlast
several times previously for his
Jose Maria (Chema) Qulntero
netted a $10 fine for using de defective
fective defective gear on Chlto in Sunday's
'' Janlna confirmed this scribe's
prediction, made several months
ago, tnat the strapping two
year-old daughter of Keynaven
Glory's Ace was an exception
ally good racer and could beat
any native up to seven furlongs
including her once-beaten sta-
Of course, one victory does not
make a champion or does Jam
na's runaway triumph over Hen
co prove that she can beat an
other racer. However, her tame
l;ll 35 for the six furlongs
(taken by other clockers besides
the veteran and efficient offi official
cial official timer Jacob Pereira) was
so fast that there are many who
doubt that any native could run
at that speed.
Time may prove us wrong, but
it will take a lot of floine c-eiore
we'll admit that Janina Is not
the,best of the brilliant crop of
two-year-olds by Keyhaven over
any distance up to seven fur furlongs.
longs. furlongs. Carlos Eleta and his brother
Fernando deserve all tbe cred credit
it credit in the world for their suc success.
cess. success. They now have probably
the most modern brood farm
on the Isthmus plus- their bril brilliant
liant brilliant sire Keyhaven and a
good bunch of mares.
The Eleta brothers are so well
stocked 'with two-year-old na
tive thoroughbreds that they
nave- another, exceptional off off-sotIm
sotIm off-sotIm of KeybaTen that has not
even started vet. -He is Roman
cero, another chestnut son oi
Jam Roll. This colt already has
the clockers talking about nis
sizzling workouts.. Romaneero is
much bigger man doui jaoin
Chilean Jockey Fernando Al
varez took nis aeieai aooaru
Eenco in a sportsmanlike man man-nr
nr man-nr m MMieratulated the Eleta
brothers and winning jocaeyi
Braullo Baeza Immediately alter
dismounting fouowing tne mawn
Sunday, July 14, the President
Remon racetrack will complete
Its first anniversary.- An i.nu i.nu-nni
nni i.nu-nni Handicap" will be run to
celebrate the. historic date.
Today Encanto J2S .15
.Bela Lugosl in
.-Meet Brooklyn Gorilla"
Peggy Castle in
' TWO GUN LADY
"Biasing The Overland Traf
Chapters -1 ; V :
v "THE REDSKIN RODE"
1 2 .333
2 1 .667
"Saturday 10 a.m. Balboa Stadi Stadium.
um. Stadium. The Fastlich Alumni handed the
VFW Teeners their second straight
loss Saturday morning at the Bal-
The Alumni were on the trail
ing end of a 4-2 score when they.ptsbureh
came to bat in the sixth inning.
but when the smoke had cleared
they hud pushed across seven runs!
on seven hits as twelve men went
to bat to put them injthe lead by
a v- score.
The VFW Teeners staffed a last
inning rally that was good for three
runs on four successive hits and
had the tieihg run on the bases
but they failed to reckon with the
strong armed Fastlich Alumni and
these men were cut down at sec
ond and home plate.
The Alumni scored two in- the
first wnen Hotz singled to drive
in ityter ana Scott singled to drive
in Hotz. Jn the sixth Rvter. Hotz
Scott, Chase. Chassin, Kerchmier
and Brandon all scored on hits by
French, Hot. Scott. Chase. Chas
sin and Kerchmier who had two
hits in this inning.
Kerchmier started for the Alum
ni and gave up four runs and five
hits in jfivc innings.
Lutz started for the Alumni and
gave up four runs and five hits in
Lutz started for the VFW Teen
ers and allowed two runs on three
hits in five innings, was relieved
by Kline who gave up seven runs
on seven nits in two innings.
ine vrw teeners scored three
in the third on singles by Vinas,
Kulie, Lutz end De Tore., one in
the fifth by Martin as De Tore
was being run down between sec
ond and third and three in the sev seventh
enth seventh ou singles by Vinas,- Kulig
icsB ami uarcia.
JNess and Kerchmier each had
triples for the only extra base
blows of the game.
Schwarrrock who had r1ivari
Kerchmier in the sixth inning got
ueuu ionne win ana juine who
relieved Lutz in the fifth : was
charged with the loss. In the fourth
inning,; centerfielder Vinas made
all three, put outs on fly balls' in
The box r score:
French 8b ;
French, 1 rf
AB R H
3b Hits: Kerchmier, Ness
bb of: Lutx 4. Kline 1.
Kerchmier 2. Schwariroek 1.
S.O. by. Lutz 3, Kline 0 Schwarz Schwarzrock
rock Schwarzrock 1, Kerchmier 4,
Earned Runs: Alumni 6, Vewteen Vewteen-ers
ers Vewteen-ers 6.
Umpires: Ntss And De la Pena.
Time 1:58. Scorer: Brandon j
Reeled Ford Frick
ST. LOUIS, July I (UP- Ford
jmcK wm continue as baseball com
missioner for another seven years,
but his election contained some somewhat
what somewhat of a slap even though ha re remains
mains remains in the job. .
The 16 major league owners,
who voted unanimously to retain
tbe former sports writer until Sept.
21. 1965. failed to cive him a raise.
He will Ket the same 965.000 ner
year for the new term that he has
received on his current seven year!
contract, which expires Sept, 21,
Frick had virtually no comment;
when notified on bis re-election in-!
stead, he said that "About all I
have to ssy is Thank you.'
Later he expanded to declare
that one of the things baseball,
must decide in considering fran franchise
chise franchise chances, a subject fie in-i
strutted officials earlier not to dis discuss,
cuss, discuss, is whether New York should
be "open territory." I
Both National League teams in
New York Brooklyn and then
New York have received vermis-:
lion to go to the West Coast the
Dodgers to Los Angeles and the
Giants to ssa rraacisce.
TOLEDO (NEA) The United
States Open drew a record tlM, tlM,-009
009 tlM,-009 ia admissioas at Inverness
Country Club this year. A total
of 44.900 watched the four day
Editor; C0NRADO SARGEANT,
a l I ii v ,f f,, ,j.
AT ST. LOUIS"
National League All Stars vs
American League'. All- stars
: Yesterday's Results
Open date.- (
W C Pet. GB
46 31 .597
' 44 34 .564 2V4
42 34 .553 3tt
' 44 36 '.JS50 3V&
"t 41 36 ,532 5 ',
26 45 .366 17'
"38 43 ..456 .11'
29 49 372 17V4
Alston Adds Tinge Of Mysteiy
To All-Star Baseball Game
ST. LOUIS. JulV 9 fUPUNs
tional League manaeer Walt Al
ston added a'tinee of invsterv to
the 24th annual All-Star baseball
siue iwiay oy deciding 10 'Wait
"until just before game time" be before
fore before naming his startincr Ditcher.
The Brooklyn Dodgers' pUoffirst
leanea.iowaras uurt Simmons, the
Philadelphia Phillies', 1 comeback
left-hander, but indicated last nieht
tie juigui give me assignment 10
:u. : it. ; :
anotner soutnpaw, Johnny Antonel
li of the New York Giants. r
"I remember hew wall AmV-
nalli pitched for ma in tha All-.
Star'ama last year, and I have
a ree'ino. he might tvrn pack
these American Leaguers more
offectivaly than Simmons," said
Alston who added, "I might net
make up my mind until just bo.
fore game time." :
The annual mid-season classic,
wnicn will pe broadcast and tele televised
vised televised nationally (NBC), was sched
uled to start at 1:30. p.m. (CDT)
at oubcu eiauiuui,
: 1,y ;., .f-Ju bp.; J5''?':' '9'
i American : 'TJaeiie manager '-" Ca-
sey Stengel of the New York Yan
kees declined to u ensaee. in any
such guessing game. Irked -over
bis non-too-glossy au-star record record-he
he record-he has been beaten five times in
six tries Steneel selected. Jim
Bunning, the- Detroit Tigers' side side-arming
arming side-arming Tight-hander, as his start starting
ing starting pitcher. Sunning has won 10
gsmes and lost two tnis year..,
. Simmons has nostedi eieht vie
tories and lost four for the Phil
lies this season after being con-!
sidered "washed up" last year
Antonelli's record is a mediocre
7-7, but Alston still can't forget
how the nifty Giants' lefty toiled
in last year's 7-3 N.I All Star
win in Washington.
- v -During
a four inning stint, An An-tonelli
tonelli An-tonelli held the American Leaguers
to four hits snd yielded no runs
and no wants, it be is chosen as
the NX. starter, Simmons prob
ably will bo by-passed by either
jbck aaiuoru m ine rmuicj or
w t r 1 r 1
Larry Jackson of the St. Louis
Cardinals for the middle three in
nings. ;, $: t- J":'..
For his second hurier no au
star pitcher is allowed ;to work
more than tnree innings Stengel
indicated ho would call on the Bal
timore Orioles' Billy i Loes. He
would then have two leftieshis
own Bobby Shantz and the Chicago
White Sox' Billy Pierce available
for the last three, v- ; r 1
Natnmc the remainder of bis
lineup, Stengel, along with Alston,
had -no choice except to arrange
the batting order, Tne other- eight
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"AWAY ALL BOATS"
rr rn mcmtrrt'
"Gun Fcr A CcwnrcT
' ., l
Teams W L Pet.
New York 51 26 .662
Chicago r 49 29 .628 2V
Boston '42 37 .532 10
Cleveland, 39' 38', 506 12
Detroit 39v39'500 1214
Baltimore' ,37 39 .487 13V
ivansas wry ; 2' 47 .382 21i
Washington1 25 56 .309 '21
" Today's Game l
AT ST.: LOUIS
National League All Start vi
American League All Stars
starters were determined by the
lan poll, all hough Baseball Com-
jm.uiiH ruru rrjcic scratched
two Cificinnai; players' from the
National League lineup because of
a late-hour avalanche of votes by.
Redleg fans.-- .
Willie Mays of the Giants was -picked
to start in center field
end Hank Aaron was named to 11
open irt right field for tbi Na.
tionsl Leaguers by Prick. The
other N. L. starter .included 5
first baseman Stan Mutial of St.
Louis, second baseman Johnny
1 vmpie on Cincinnati, Shortstop
Roy McMillan of Cincinnati, third I
baseman Don Hoak of Cincinna. -ti,
and left fielder Frank Robin."
sort of' Cincinnati. V&'w-zf'At
Stencel bad two of hi AWrV Van.
Itaam .. all. A T r'a. i,
catcher Y02I Berra and nt
fielder Miekey Mantle. The' other
starters : were first baseman Vie'
Wertz of Cleveland, second base base-man
man base-man Nellie Fox of Chicago short-
iP narvey Auenn oi Detroit,,
third baseman Georee Kefi nf Bal.'
umure, lexi. neiaer iea wuuams
of (Boston, and right fielder. s Al
Kaline of Detroit-
u .The, NationsLUiguerl,;; victors
in six' of the fastfsevenT'classh-s:-
remained; a slim 6-5 favorite for'
tms ; latest renewal before a sell
out crowd of 11,000.
-The weatherman nradfetad mart.0
ly cloudy-skies with a chance of
snowers ending in v the forenoon
In the event of-rain, the game will
be rescheduled for tonight, A con
tinuous, downpour would delay the,
game -until tomorrow morning or
afternoon, vv :;,''..' .,': ..t;
- 1 , 1 tit 'f-Ay
Balboa Beer Stops
Marlboro To Crcafi
Sy HERBERT MOISI
c Playing like the champs they
really are, the Cerveza t Quintet
humbled the then front running
Marlboro Colonites to the tune of
79 to 60. In the opening phases
of the game, Marlboro moved a
way to a six-point lesd that melt
ed at the halfway point of the first
half where Balboa tied the score
and moved away. It was not un
til the final three minutes of the
first half tnat Marlboro 'showed
any fight as they cut dowa a 13
point Balboa lead to three points
just Ss the whistle sounded to end
the habV ; . ;
Came the second half and both
teams matched basket for basket
in the early stages. After about
eieht minutes of play. Luis Rom
bito" Peres of Balboa hit .three- ."
consecutive baskets and forced
the Marlboro "zone defense" 'to
be dissolved Into a man-to man
defense. This Peres feat combined,
with the later tactics of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa squad of keeping tbe ball ia
the back court forced Fhl Tom
to convert his defense and thus
fall further behind in the score.
From that point in the change
of the Marlboro- defense, it was
just a matter of time for tha win-
to be officially proclaimed. The
Balboa squad used unusual speed
1 snd deadly accuracy to accumu accumulate
late accumulate the abundant 19 point final,
'. score difference.
j Many of the so-called experts
of local basketball are criticizing
Tom for changing his "tone de-'
fense" to "man-to-man" but Tom1'
hid bo other alternative but ta
do as be did. Balboa led by a a-bout
bout a-bout 10 points and were practieaK'
ly freezing the ball in the back:
court so in order to try to take
possession of the baQ, tbe Marl",
boro management was foeed into
the close scrimmage. This type,
of defense slways proved disss-!
trous to tbe Colonites who posses
one of the best tone defenses seen
in a long time.
i Top scorers 00 tbe winning side side-were
were side-were Perz with 19, Dane De Leon
with 15, Edgardo Whito and Fran?
kie ITobess esrh with 13 .points.
For the lowers Pehinovich with 11
and Ernesto Tsylor with 10 points
were the oc!y two bitting for do
b f.pjres. LI
Lesrje r'T conthioes Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday ss the Ccloa Marlboro team
r-Mi ir "t the last place Laj
ff V iff M
RIGHT CROSS -Tony DiBiase teemed to have three glovei
working for him i he bounced a right cross oft Gale Kerwin't
cha at.th St Nicholas-Arena, in New York. But1 they did
DiBiaie no food as he was stopped by the Valley Stream, Lone
Island, welterweight in the fifth round. He was cut abnv ava.
Results Of Balboa Pool's
eekly Swimming Meet
The second of eight weekly swim
meets was held last Friday morn
ing at 9:30 a.m. The attendance in
most aze croups was very good.
. However, a few prizes found no
owners because there were not
enough Contestants in some groups,
A candy bar was giyen to every
boy and sirf1 who swam in the
; meet. This will be continued each
In all future weekly swim meets
first' prfcse will be a twenty ;five
cen: movie ucKei, secpno. prize
will be any fifteen cent prize wica
the .winner may select at the jsai
boa Service Center. Third prize is
a candy bar. iive points are civ.
en for- each first place,. three points
tot each second place and one
nnint. fnr rich third nlacel These
points will be added up on August
letn, ana tne Dpy ana gin in eacn
age gruupvhrhas ihe prost points
will receive a trophy second and
third place winners, will receive
medals on ribbons mounted on jm a
hogany, plaques. ,u ,
The staff at. the Balboa Pool,
with tno assistance of Mrs. Jacob-
For All-Star Game
ST. LOUIS, Mo, July 9 (UP)
Starting- -lineups for -today's
malor-learne all-star game:
(Batting- and, pitching records
, jn parent&eses)
- American League
Harvey Kuenn, Tigers, ss (.256)
- Nellie Fox, White Sox, 2b (.324)
Al Kaline, Tigers, rf (.283)
Mickey Mantle, Yankees, cf
(.369) - 11 s-'"
Ted Williams, Red Sox, If (.343)
Vie Werti, Indians, lb (.295)
Tori Berra, Yankees, e (.232)
f. r.BM. vll AH1. v mm
Jim Sunning, Titers, p (10-2)
' National League
- j onnn y eropie, neoiegs, j. o
Hank Aaron, Braves, rf (.34?)
Stan Mnsial, Cards, lb (.341)
- Willie Mays. Giants, cf (.308)
- Frank Robinson. Redlers. If
Ed Bailey, Redlegs, e (.297)
' Don Hoak, Redlegs, 3b (.292)
Roy McMillan,,; Redlegs, ss
(JIM) -v. ..
Curt Simmons, Phillies, p (g-
4) or Johnny Antonelli, Giants
.- p. '. I
plate; Larry Napp, AL, lb; Hal
Dixon, NL, 2b; John Stevens, AL,
3b; Stan Landes, NL, and Nes Nestor
tor Nestor Shylak, AL, foul lines. (After,
4M innings, Stevens goes4
nlaia anil riaamll lm Shi-
son. and" Mrs. Yocum, are conduct conducting
ing conducting these meets as part of the
Schools Division's summer swim swimming
ming swimming program. The Schools Divi Division
sion Division is also, furnishing the third
place prizes (candy bars) each
week. All other, prizes, trophies,
medals and, the candy bars given
to, each child who swims in the
meets, are being paid for from
the : Summer Recreation ,;: (Bonrd's
swimming prpgram fund: This fund
was created bv the Barents who
registered their children in the pro
gram pius 386.33 com tne amount
given to the Summer Recreation
Board byJJie Community. Chest,
. AH boys and girls, who are eligi eligible
ble eligible to swim at the Balboa -Pool,
and who are five through sixteen
years of age are invited to', com com-peteln
peteln com-peteln ..IJese.jaeeiJ,!, .i
' The SummtJsRecreattoiif-BoaTd
wishes" (dlhanPall the petiple who
have made" ''possible the giving of
tnese prize. This system of week week-Is
Is week-Is meets and prizes was used in
Gatun in past years, where it was
tvery successful in creating and
sustaining interest in v this fine
The results of last Friday's swim
ming meet arc: 1 --.'
. Boys six years and under with
1st Bruce Robinson '
7 and 8 year old bovsNvith kick-
1st Mickey McGrarty" s
5 and 6 year old girls Freestyle
1st ueaice Holmes .
- 5 and 6. year old boys Freestyle
1st Steve Townsend
2nd Keith Yoctim '
7 and 8 year old girls Freestyle
a st xtvinKie' Alien
' 2nd Deaise Elia ;
3rd Lois Denton
7 and 8 year old boys Freestyle
, 1st John Townsend
2nd Jimmy Ganglo
' 3rd Laird Bresler.
9 and 10 year old girls
1st Pat Basham
2nd Ga-'f Albritton
3rd Kathleen Yocum
; 9 and 10 year old boys
1st Richard Ebdon
2nd Lewis EngeikO
, 3rd Gary vaucher
11 and 12 year old girls
2st Betty Van Dyke
2nd Margaret Gangle ',
..3rd Kalherine Kascher
. 11 and 12 year old boys
i 1st Martin Holmes -3xA
3rd Sam Wilkin '. V
13 and 14 year old girl. i.v-wP
-1st Daniel. Harned
2nd Racbael Van Dyke V vy
13 and 14 year old boys S v
1st Mike Rudge . t" f-
2nd Tom. Ebdon i 1 V :
' 3rd Gordon Boswell V '; J
15 and 16 year old girls .r, '4
,1st Harriet Gunderson
2nd Joan Doherty
3rd pnt Rogers '
: 15 and 16. year old boys
Bisons Reel' Off
13 Victories In
Last 16 Games
NEW YORK, June 9 (UP)
The, Buffalo Bisons, following
manager pnu cavaretta's vlcto
ry diet to the letter, had a firm
er; grip on the International
League lead today.
Under Cavaretta's direction
the Bisons have reeled off 13
triumphs in their last 16 games
ror an .833 percentage and lYa
game lead. ...... ."
Toronto, Buffalo's closest pur
suer, threw everything but man
ager Dixie Walker against the
leaders last night to no avail
Buffalo scored seven runs In the
tnird ana tnree more in tne
eighth for a 10-6 Victory. Pteve
Nagy. in relief of Walt Craddc-v
recorded his fifth triumph. Ed
Blake, first of five Toronto hurl
ers, absorbed the defeat.
Other Monday night action
saw Rochester belt the Montreal
Royals. 9-2. Richmond edge Co
nimbus, 6-5, and Miami defeat
Kelton Russell scattered six
hits in registering his second
successive victory while his Roch
ester mates teollected ll off
Montreal starter-loser Bill Har
ris. Leo Crlsante and Chuck
Pace. Gne Green homered for
An "elehth-innlne- Columbus
rally drove Jim : Kite to the
showers but Richmond's Sonny
Dixon- put out the fire enabling
Kite, who broke a personal four four-game
game four-game losing streak, to notch his
sixth triumph. A two-run homer
by Howie Goss accounted lor tne
mratiir HerrM-a. ana Haul Koeo-
vln combined talents to facili
tate Miami's conquest or Hava
na In a eamo nayed at Tampa,
FJa,' Rogovln, though nceamg
aid from Tommy Oualters in the
seventh, gained his urst leaeue
viotnrr werrera drove In five
runs with two home runs off
Jerry Lane, secdnd successor of
losftr Manny Cueche. Orlando
pena a,nd Jessie Heard also hurl
ed for Havana. ,
Toronto 03X00020.0 A, B.,fl
Buffalo 007 000 03x io n i
. v niaV rrlmian'i (3).-' Grlms-
ley'(3), Robinson (7), tlffentuerj
(8) and Kosem, vjuu.v
Nagy (3), Coleman (7) and AS AS-troth.
troth. AS-troth. WP: Nagy. LP: E. Bake.
HR's: .Goliath, Neson, Caffie,
Coumbus 000 210 0205 8 2
Richmond 023 000 10X 6 10 p
Hall. KUdoo (7), Bunscny m
and Peterson: Kite, Dixon J?)
and Chlti. WP: Kite. LP: Hall.
Rochester 205 000 200 9 11 2
Montreal 000 002 000 2 6 1
,icii inH n Ricketts: Har-
ris. Cristante (3), Page (9) and
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Rogovln, Qualters (7) nd Mc Mc-Cullough;
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Paraiso Wins Two
From Rainbow City
u. nf crlr1a rraresenting the
Paraiso High School triumphed for
a clean sweep in meir vuueyu
doubleheader wun-me nmuw
ritv Hi eh School Friday in the
The contests maraea ue sec
ond meeting of the schools this
v..r far the 1957 championship.
The girls In winning Friday made
it two straight in as many starts
while the boys now have a one
and one record, having succumb succumbed
ed succumbed in their initial assignment.
Both Paraiso squads art defend
ing champions, and are endeavor endeavoring
ing endeavoring to retain their supremacy. The
iris nave Deen piaying a sieaay
rnd of bill. But the male team
to date has not reached peak form
However, the group has been
; drilling strenuously with the view
of conquering their rivals in the
! remaining games. They will cross
j the Isthmus this Friday for the
tnird meeung ot me series.,:
By 'JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK (NEA) "That
guy over at the table,1' the man
in a sport jacket said to the one
with him, "that's that Larsen. He's
nothing. Pitches one game in his
The two had just picked up
their change from the bar and
were walking out of the .place
when they noticed Larsen. It was
tne iirst time ail mgnt anyooay
had turned around to see Don Lar
sen except the waiters and bar bartenders
tenders bartenders and people who know the
tall right-handed pitcher for the
I.- t T
This is the way it ba been 411
season. From last October on. Lar
sen couldn't co any place with
out people gaping and asking him
for autographs and trying to buy
him a drink so they could be seen
But wtien they started to play
iseball again this spring it all
changed. Larsen lost a couple and
was fighting to get into the Yan Yankee
kee Yankee pitching rotation and every everybody
body everybody began acting like the man in
the sport jacket leaving the bar.
Which was fine with the picher,
who had knocked his life out of!
proportion with that perfect game
in the World Series. I am(" he
would say, "no 20-game winner.
m not that kind of a Ditcher.
I'll get my 14 or 15. I'd love 20,
sure I would."
So there was no sign of upset,
no moaning or anger when he
wound up with a 3 2 record as
July came around and he had to
pitch a powerful three hitter a-
gainst Kansas City to regain a
spot In Casey Stengel's pitching
"Tha money," Frank Scott, his
agent mused, "didn't mean any
thing, u Don had gotten off to a
big start this year he might have
made another mint, but that was
the last thing on his mind. He just
wanted to pitch."
Larsen would walk Into the Yan
kee locker room, get dressed andj
go out on the Afield. After the
game, he'd leave silently. Nobody
was around, to bother Ijini. Pho Photographers
tographers Photographers would walk .past him
looking for Bobby Shanty or .John
ny Kucks or the other Yankee
pitchers who were winning.
"I'll get back on my feet," he
would say, then lapse into usual
silence. He is a pitcher who has
a perfect game to his record, but
he also has plenty of bad luck
dotting bis past. This season, for
example, he was in a 1 1 game
with Detroit in the ninth and
chance to make up for his usual
slow start. It would take more
than a couple of victories to bring
tne people flocking around him a
gain and that was. fine with him
For if anything, the pitcher
walked out of the no-hit turmoil
with a strong dislike for the way
columnists had him in 12 different
watering holes in one night and
pitching strongly .but a passed ball everybody else seamed bent on
shoving words into his non-talkative
He remembered, In particular,
the night he was at a hotel bar
drinking soda water because of
a weight-shedding Jiet and every
body started to point, and say "Lar
sen ig piUHg n. n.
: &sk-Jottx Don,; Larsen,, who .Is
15 game pitcher with1 a perfect
put a runner on second and Red
Wilson singled to beat him 2-1.
Then he came back to have the
Tigers trail him, 8-2 in the sev
enth, but a walk and a hit brought
Stengel out of the dugout and Bob
Grim ctroe In and couldn't han handle
dle handle it, .but the loss was given to
Larsen. -Two days iater... Stengel
lenrliintltf belief: a gainst "'the
same team and a couple of quick game on his record, there are no
homers put the pitcher as far back complaints. The people? They can
in Casey's mind as possible. all keep walking like the man in
. .: the bar. He just wants to win a
Larsen felt he needed only a few more.
By BIANS REARDON
Written for NBA Service
NOVATOS DEFEAT LOS-OSOS
IN PARAISO CAOE LEAGUE
Los Novatos defeated Los Osos
in the opeung encounter-of the
Paraiso Caee League Friday eve
ning in the local gym. .The win winners
ners winners encountered stubborn, rival
ry. The result was 80-70.
i Displaying excellent floor work.
Hilton Wares and-Dawson Jolley
teamed nicely to spearhead the
winner's attack Abe former sink sinking
ing sinking 31 points while the latter con contributed
tributed contributed 21 while Roland Hinds,
playing magnificently, registered
28 points for the losers. .
Uiraraar Takes 40 to 38 win in
Jr. High Intramural.
Miramar took a 40 to 38 dect dect-jioo
jioo dect-jioo from Aguilas in the Jr. High
Intramural basketball League, Fri
day afternoon, and now stands a-
!op the circuit with three victories
QUESTION: The batter hit a
low line drive back to the mound.
It hits both the pitcher's shoe and
the rubber and rebounds on the
fly into foul territory inside third
and nobody reaches it before the
batter makes first What is this?
Answers It is a bat hit. It would
be a foul bell if H hit only the
rubber. Then rebennfod.
Q. Some batters seem to have
a crouch, deliberately designed to
cut the strike -zone to almost noth nothing.
ing. nothing. Isn t there anything an um umpire
pire umpire can do about it? Hugh Hsn Hsn-ifan.
ifan. Hsn-ifan. f
A. Th rules say a batter can
take any stance he wants, even an
exaggerated crouch, at lone as it
is the stance he uses air the time.
Q. The batter hits a At ball
down the left field line. The left
fielder ehases the ball to the tine.
The ball curves a shade fouL The
fielder is in fair territory and
reaches for it, then drops it Is it
fair or luul? Pat Harrington, j
i. Iff is a foul kau.
was interesting all the way.
v. Williams wiia 17 and Ed
Blades, with. IX were the topman
for the winners. The losers bis
Ucorers were Tomas Horrell and
Cyril Ytarwood. each wita 12
So Much Extro'ProfiStion I
Harriet Serger and Louise Jones
showed the way for the other la
dy goiters by shooting net 66's to
tie lor medalist in the Ladies Han Handicap
dicap Handicap championship at Summit
Hills Goli Club this past week,
making play-oft necessary. This
should be an interesting match as
each girl has been shooting up to
her usual standard.
The tournament will be match
play with of the difference of
handicaps. The tough competition
will begin this week for the first
round which must be completed
by Sunday, June 14 at 6 p.m.
Sunday at 10 a.m. will also be the
deadline for those who cannot ar-
...... .u.1.. -1 r .. 1 1 u
lMiige men jiiiuLuea. van lue uuui
fnt n h n ti mimKAi.. in ..rnnnn vnit.
The pairings for the Ladies are
Louise Jones vs Wilma Riley
Margie Patterson vs Veta Sharp
Evelyn Judson vs Anne Ratz
Anona Claytor vs Helen Thomp Thompson
son Thompson '-. -, :
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Harriet Serger vs Polly Zon
Lynne Jones vs Lois Thomas
Pearl Trim vs Edna Jackson
Peg. Montanye vs Lil Tester
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FOR SALE: 1952 Buick Super
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Price $595. 2-1872.
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Chicago Cops Hunt
Sex Pervert Who
CHlCAflO. July B UP A -pe
dal police trait JnvBagtlnf: th
. 1953 suyioff oc tnrea acnooioy
na joujaa too erca .iw au ap apparent
parent apparent 'sex penreTt"' and fiinman
who kianapea s-year-oia Wiscon Wisconsin
sin Wisconsin boy! ;
Sgt. Thomas Mulvey, head of
the special unit, sent members of
hi detail to Brulington, Wis., to
question resident in an effort to
learn the funman'a identity.
He said it was possible the un
solved .triple murder in Chicago
and the kidnaping of little Scott
Vrochta of near Burlington Satur
day nieht micht be linketL
The gunman, driving a ear with
Illinois license plates, shot and
wounded one of hi pursuers and
later released the Vrchota boy un
A neighbor of the Vrchota, Rob Robert
ert Robert Hughes, 32, a brush salesmen,
witnessed me abduction in the
town of Honey Creek and chased
the fugitive at high speed.
Hughes pulled even with the
kidnaper's ear near the Burling Burlington
ton Burlington city limits, but the msn fired
four shot and wounded Hughes in
the arm. Hughes lost control of his
car and crashed into a ditch,
Burlington Police Chief Walter
Gabriel said the man apparently
was a sex pervert. Gabriel ssid
the driver tried to tear off the
boy's clothes, during the wild ride.
The bandit, described si about
25 years old with red hair, releas released
ed released Scott unharmed .on s Burlington
street where he was found by 'his
The youngster,, ic reaming with
fright, told hi father, "Don't
eaasa him daddy, he'll shoot at
Seeks To End
TALLAHASSEE, July 9 (UP) -Gov.
LeRoy Collins today called
on 800 Florida Power and Light Co.
employes to go back to work be because
cause because union officials had assured
him efforts were beint made to
end a strike at company plants in
Miami and Fort Lauderdale.
Collins meanwhile sent State
Public Utilities Commission Chair Chairman
man Chairman Allen Boyd to Miami to rep represent
resent represent him in any way that might
be helpful to bring about an end
t.-U.;atrikew-. j, Z2
- Worker M,th two plants struck
In protest over the removal of a
superintendent at the Fort Lauder Lauderdale
dale Lauderdale Plant. : S '
The governor called upon the
workers to go back to work and
use "normal channels" of company
and union bargaining to seek ad-,
justment of their complaint.
Collin, who called Washington
headquarters of the International
Brotherhood of Electrical Work
ers, said he was told the work
stoppage was not sanctioned by
He said a "Mr. Noonan," who
was in charge ol the brotherhood
in the absence of President Free
man, called the wildcat strike a
"rebellion, not a strike."
Noonan assured the governor
that every effort was being made
to "conclude the walkout at the
earliest possible moment." Such
work stoppages result "in serious
damage and danger to the public
and are highly injurious to the un union
ion union itself," Collins declared.
Boyd, who last month ordered
the Florida Power and Light Co.
to reduce its rates, will keep in
constant touch with Collins bv tel
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Fairlaao
in excellent condition, practical-'
ly new, two-tone and radio and
6000 miles run. Reasonably pric priced.
ed. priced. Phone 3-1133.
BARGAIN, BARGAIN! 1949
Oldsmobile, perfect condition,
$250. American owner. Phone
3-7387 or 3-6057.
FOR SALE: 1954 Taunus, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition $600. Qtre. 50,
Albrook, Phone 5174. Also 26 26-inch
inch 26-inch boy's bicycle $10.
FOR SALE: Refrigerators, all
models, 25 cycles, good condi condition,
tion, condition, $35 each. Kadoch, Phone
FOR SALE:, Due to trip, dining
room set mottled cream color, 9
pieces chairs old rose .uphol .upholstered.
stered. .upholstered. Phone 3-2347. Parque
Lefevre, 9th Street No. 21.
FOR SALE : laundromat $60,
refrigerator $80. china closet $8,
electric overt $15, bureaus, type typewriter,
writer, typewriter, other items. Call Panama
FOR ''SALE: Spinet piane Estey
wbeneh,,$400. House 6418 Los
Rio. Phone 2-3549. :t
FOR SALE: Piano bench, rock rocking
ing rocking chairs, lot 50c. q. meter in
: Arraijan, 1 947 Buick, cheap.
House 754-B, Balbea Road.
WANTED TO BUYlLate mod modal
al modal European automobile. Will pay
cash. Calf Panama 3-5434.
MUST SELL: 1947 Buick 2 2-door,
door, 2-door, black, $125. Call Diablo
2-1441; home 5338-B, Diablo.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S A.
Packer Shipper Mover
Phone 2-2451 22562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding b Jamping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
at by appointment.
Sl K call' JJ.
' General Aent,'' v-
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates' and information
TeL ranama t-552
tidivvd nl Tinr"MVMTI ii. Srrnir RruinlaVlsh j.Thlnl C1&SS GfiM
The FATIMA PHARMACY fa fa-catad
catad fa-catad at Marcade El Ray, offers
efficient filling of prescriptions
and home delivery service. Phona
3-3416. -Vi, ;,
SEWING INSTRUCTIONS free.
: Not necessary 'to own or buy
NECCHI tewing machine. CASA
ADMIRABLE, branch, at 44th
Street,' comer Juste Arosemena
Avenue. Telephone 3-1373.
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.I.
STUD SERVICE: Wire-haired
Fox Terrier, pedigreed, AKC reg registered.
istered. registered. 2-3586.
Want to see DRAGNET? Rent a
TV. Only pennies a day! Call
wtH I W S 1 aa-
For Panama Tailor
Gilbert A. Green
March On Mina
To Stone Satan
MECCA Saudi Arabia. Julv t
fUP) Some 700,000 Moslem pil
grim began throwing S3 million
pebbles at images of Satan yester yesterday
day yesterday to open the principal Islamic
feaftt of Bairam, celebrated by the
ennre Monammedan world.
The white clad pilgrim en
cafcpid Sunday night at Muzdale-
fa eight miles from sacred Mt. A A-rajat,
rajat, A-rajat, and under the light of a full
moon each man and .woman col collected
lected collected 4 pebbles for use m the
traditional stoning ceremony.
' At dawn, the Moslems marched
in body to Mina, eight miles a a-way,
way, a-way, where they surrounded stone
images of Satan and his two sons.
- the idols are located at the spot
whese the devil is believed to have
tried three times to tempt Abrs Abrs-nara
nara Abrs-nara to rebel sgainst an order by
Allah that he kill his Own sob a
a demonstration of man's supreme
act of sacrifice.
Moslems believe Abraham final-!
Funeral services will be held
tomorrow afternoon for Gilbert A.
Green, a well-known tailor who
died yesterday at Santo Tomas
Hospital. His sge wss 71.
The services have been announc announced
ed announced for 4 p.m. at Herera Ceme Cemetery,
tery, Cemetery, and will be followed by in internment
ternment internment there. The funeral proces procession
sion procession will move from the Wesleyan
Church lo the cemetery
Mr. Green suffered 'a paralytic
stroke in church Sunday night.
He was born in the Barbados
Parish of St.. Phillips, snd came
to the Isthmus in 1906.
He was a member of the Loval
Progress Lodge No. 18 I.O.of M.
Surviving Mr. Green are three
sisters, n sister-in-law, two adopt-
With F 1.2 Lens
nit.ivir.R nir thiTmonth SU Xrmv specialist Third Claas Qfii
don, Carter (right)Sof Faraiso, Canal Zone, receives cer
tiflcate froni Lb; Col, William Mattis, commander of the 81st
Ordnance Battalion, after being selected Driver of vhe Month
for the battalion In Kalserslautern, Germany. A mechanic
In the 517th ordnance Company, Specialist Carter was chosen
for his careful driving, outstanding safety record and knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of duties. He entered the Army in November 1954 and
arrived in Germany in May 1955. The 24-year-old soldier was
graduated from La Boca High School in 1951. His parents,
Mr. and Mrs. James, Carter, live at 328 McFarlane pkwy,
Gamboa. (U.S. Army Photo) ..
Farm Hand Admilx
To Gel Human Skull
a stepson and a
ly f sacrificed
Sunday King Saud of Saudi Ara
bia deuvrrei aa-address in which
he. described the pilgrimage as an
anpual pan-Islamic meeting where
Moslems from throughout the
world my fed united as brothers.;
For This Week
The towns of Rainbow City. Gam-
boa, snd Santa Crux will hold their
monthly Civil Defense meetings Ju
ly 10 snd 11, tomorrow and Thurs
The la die of Rainbow City wiu
meet at the School at ( 30 p m
Wednesday. The ladies of Gam
boa will meet at the Civic Center
a sheep ta place of at 1:30 a.m. Thursday. The ladies
ot sants crux wiu meet at the
Service Center at S 00 p.m. Thurs Thursday.
All members of the townsites
Civil Defense Volunteer Corps are
erred to attend. j
The genera) public is invited.
VINELAND. N.J., July 9 (UP)
Juan Rivera Aponte, 45, Puerto
Rican farm hand who police said
admitted the chance slaying of a
teen-aged neighbor boy to get s
human skull for use ss a voodoo
love lure was scheduled for ar arraignment
raignment arraignment on murder charges to
Director of Public Safety Arthur
L. Joseph ssid Aponte, who al allegedly
legedly allegedly killed 13-year-old Roger
Carletto and then accused his em employer
ployer employer of the crime was listed for
a hearing before municipal court
j Judge Daniel Grosso.
Idek Rosenblum, a Polish dis displaced
placed displaced person on whose farm the
macabre slaying took plsce last
Oct. 13, wss exonerated of the
slaying at a hearing last night but
wss held in 12,300 Ball ss s wit
nes in what Joseph described ss
Joseph ssid Aponte' gave police
a signed statement in which he
admitted strangling the Carletto
boy when be wandered into the
chicken house oo the Rosenblum
farm which -Aponte Used as liv living
ing living quarters.
Jockey Parlays Quiz
Take To $170,000
On TV 'Challenge'
K1TW YORK. Julv 9 (UPWock-
Rillv Pearson parlayed his to
tal quiz show winnings to $170,000
w when he defeated a New York
fashion model on "The $64,000
Pearson, of Pasadena, C--
won S3Z,UUU wnen ne cuuiras
.n .imwr to a Renaissance art
question given by ills opponent,
Mr. iins wi ion. moaei. uwuse-
wife snd artist. He then gave the
correct answer to the question.
Tn annthnr match' 11 -year old
science whil Robert Strom tied it
$8,000 with his challenger, Davm
Junchen, 11, of Sherrard, in., on
a "science category question on
the CBS-TV show They will re return
turn return next week to answer ques questions
tions questions worth $16,000.
Persson, who won $138,000 In
previous appearances en the
"Chsllenge" and its sister show,
"The $64,000 Question," challenged
Mrs. Wilson's snswer to a ques question
tion question which required her to nsme
four of six artists who enjoyed the
Datronsee of King Francis I of
Mr. Wilson's snswer was
wrong. Pearson answered correct
ly The six artists were ixonaruo
da Vinci, Andre Del Sarto, Jean
Perreal. Francois Clouet, Rosso
For Charles Burke
Funeral services for Charles
Burke who died Sunday afternoon
at Coco Solo Hospital, will be held
Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Fort
Davis Chapel. Services will be
conducted by Chaplain Merrit Day Dayton.
Internment will be at Mt. Hope
Cemetery, and the American Le Legion
gion Legion will conduct graveside cere ceremonies.
monies. ceremonies. Mr. Burke was a civlian em employe
ploye employe of the Navy at Coco Solo.
((ContiBned trum Psurt 1)
of the Japanese woman was im important
portant important and had a bearing on the
decision to surrender him to the
TT , .. .. ,-.
, o sain uie npcisinn was
reached- after C.S. and Japanese
authonues could not agree on
whether the sliootine occurred dur
ing pertorihance of 'Girard's offi
cial aut.es. The. United States
holds that it did,
Kobinson was rebuked bv Frank.
furter when he remarked that the
jong-tims international principle of
immunity for visiting troops had
been reversed m the Girard case
by "some small bov ln th ?rat.
'The President of fhp II n i f d
States supports this,"; Frankfurter
"That is true, but he may be
wrong," Robinson .retorted.
"He may be,' Frankfurter said,
can. pe courteous in youri
iciiiams. mis is a-senous; matter."-'-:;"-;;,
- Very well;! said Hobinson.
t. The 'attorney 'also,' tannio t with
rranKiuitep, liver, the eoni L .ion-
mi Ameqcan servicemen
stationed n broad. After one 'ex
cnange. "i rankiufter demanded
"You think that any member
of this court needs to be Instruct Instructed
ed Instructed in Constitutional rights?"'
iiomnson, who was critical of
me Japanese civilization, protest protested
ed protested that the Statues-of-Forces a-
greements permit U.S. ervirmn
to be turned over to cnunrriea
With firing squads and guillotines.
"The State of Utah uses a firinc
squad, doesn't Jt?" Interposed
Chief Justice Warren,
Warren read a statement, frnm
the government brief whichsaid
mat u is. troops could obtain-' im immunity
munity immunity on foreign soli only
through the consent of the sover sovereign
eign sovereign nation involved. He aeWri
Robinson how he reconciled the
government statement with the
The attorney reolied that ': the
consent of the foreign nation was
impuea wnen it agreed to permit
U.S. troops on its soil.
nankin stuck closely to the gov
ernment's main ariument that no
u.a. somier has immunity from
tne laws of a "host country" ex
cept- those granted bv tha St a tin
'COMMISSION aaleipeople for
., admirable furniture, radios,.,
Leonard refrigerators, washing
; machine and stoves, NECCHI
r. w'"( machines anal ether -i
h e u fa h e I d appliance; and
OLYMPIA typewriter. CASA
. ADMIRABLE, next to the Lot Lot-;
; Lot-; tery Building, j
i WANTEO-Topnotch TV tech- t
nician. Must have Panama andf.
, Canal Zona commercial driver
licenses. Do not apply-unless you
have a minimum of one year tel television
evision television experience. Phone Pana
ma 2-4616 for interview.
APPLICATIONS being taken for
restaurant employes at Fort Clay
r ton NCO Club from S a.m. to 9
i; p.m. daily. Cooks, waitresses,
i- cashier, busbey Ne telephone
. FOR SALEr 5-hactare farm
with concrete chalet 2 bedroom,'
' completely furnished, ether con-
veniences, one mile from cement
factory on Trans-Isthmian High-
way, $12,000. tot more details"
write to "Box 924," Panama.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Beat: one 23-tt.
steal hull double nder; ene H H-ft.
ft. H-ft. wood hull, 25-hp, Universal
.motors. Boat need work; $550
'for both.: Call Balbea 2-3571.
FOR SALE: Cabin cruiser 18Vi
, ft., 60-hp: Ford V-8 engine, re re-if
if re-if centiy dverhauled. Cash or terms,
' Call Albrook 2207
-FOR SALE: -Cabin 'cruiser (15 (15-i:,
i:, (15-i:, ft.) fiber gtara bottom, good con
dition,' 2 year old. Can be eea
'- Tarpon Clubt Gatun. Prtc $250.
"Phone Balboa 4334 er 1409 aft after
er after 4:30 p.m.
Invasion Of Matsu
By Red Chinese
Seejir (Likely Soon
OPPORTUNITY FOR All ENGINEER
, A mechanical or electrical engineer between .27 and 30
years of age,: preferably with not more than 4 years ex-,
, perlence. in engineering, Is .needed for a large Jndustry
located in Panama..
: The position of f era opportunity for promotlottl'securlty ;
'and many other benefits,
' -. ;
. Applicants are-requested to mail a resume? of their
.education, training;? experience and references tffi
- !, V..
t ,Ajpartado 5574
' 'h Panaml. K, de P. s
V. -Interviews will be arranged and all matters related to
applications received will be confidential.
Word To Criticism
Of Veafher Bureau
LAKE CHARLES. La July :
Tne Communist Chinese "prob- (UP) Sheriff o. B. carter- of
sbly" areV planning to invade! disaster-stricken Cameron Par Par-Matsu,
Matsu, Par-Matsu, the northern anchor of the'ish has added ta iritlrimn of th
Nationalist held offshore island
chain, the official Nationalist Cfc-I
nese news agency reported today. U ,.
ABr W.4Jial J ngcutj SjUVI
ed sources in the Matsu garrison
as saying the Communists already
weather bilreau for Its handling
of. the warning about Hurricane
Carter said the weather bu-
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FORD, 2 door, Radio,, 2-door,. 8 Cyl. 1175.0O
oeij wa aar VUUIIIIUUISIS Mil CflUJ I el t a m e
have massed enough troops on the u tIde l'?ur mistake ta
The reeulsr monthly meet ins of
bocai soo, Aru-iiu wui te Held
Goes To Dogs
LIVERPOOL, Engalnd, July 9
(UP) When an ambulance toot
Miss Mabel Lambie, 73, to a hos hospital
pital hospital here, seven other ambul ambulances
ances ambulances bad to tag along too. They
were sent by the Royal Society for
tne Prevention of Cruelty to Ani Animals
mals Animals to pick up 30 dogs. The
pooches had nobody to look after
them while Miss Lambie was ;in
Wish It Were Here
opposite mainland for the attack
and th3 rrrent violent Red shell
ing of the island could be a cover
for the ictual move
Egypt Erases Last!
Traces Of French,
British Ownership ':
PORT SAID. Eeypt. July t I
(UP)-Egypt removed some .of;
the last traces of .Anglo-French
ownership of the Sues Canal,
The Egyptian Canal Authority
cnangea tne Tench initials oa the
waterway nag the letters C.S.
for "Canal de Suez" to Arabic
initials for Sues CanaL
The background of the old Caz
was changed Irom black, to blue.
OOLmcC Ind., July (UP)' (UP)'-Fred
Fred (UP)'-Fred Walden complained to a Just
ice of the peace that a neighbor
NEW YORK, July -UP)
approximately 25.000 hotel rooms
are air conditioned in New York jumped over his four foot fence
City, the Hotel Assn. ssid today.! and salted his petunia.' But Mrs.
ine number of an- conditioned. Lily Lawyer. 55. said l a too old
tomorrow night beginning at 7:30 rooms almost doubled since last snd stiff to Jump even a Ibree-
in the Faraiso Service Center, year, the association said. 'foot fence,-
forecasting the hurricane which I
devastated the Louisiana coast.
He said residents Were told a a-bout
bout a-bout 10 p.m. the night before the 1
storm there was "no cause for a-
larm," and a few hours later it
was too late for them to flee.
The number known dead In
the Cameron area rose to 318
with the recovery of five moreli
bodies. The official missing list f
stands at 116. Over a hundred
bodies are still unidentified. ,1
Carter admitted that some!.
Cameron residents would not
have left even ,wlh adequate
warnings, but said many would
have fled If they had been more',
accurately warned, w
BUICK, 4-door, 2 ton; Radio
FORD, 2 tone, 2door,'8 Cyl.,' Radio
"1956 ; FORD,? 2-door,! Customlina ".'.1. ',
1956" ORD2-foor, Radio, i :
Hard top, 2, tone, Radio
FORD. 2-door. Radio. FDM
MERCURY, Montclair, 2 tone,-Radio 2,500.00
1951 NASH. Station Wapn, Radio, Xto'n '395.00
1953.;OLDSMOB!LE, 4-door,' 2 tona, ;s ; . T? 7'
; Radio 98
FAST FRIENDLY FINANCING.
Crocks On Block ;
'NEW YORK; July '(UP)
The city will auction off tomorrow
ZS motor vehicle which nave been
towed away from no-parking tones w
snd whose owners have not claim- i
Under city Taw aa owner of t m
fowed-awsy vehicle ha 30 day
to mike up his mind whether the t
esr is wnrt a stiff fine plus a $:o
towug fee." t J r
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PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, JULY ,1957
INGRID AT DAUGHTER'S SIDE Actress Insrid Bergman
sits in Rome's Quisisana Clinicas Dr. Enrico Savena closes the
door to five her privacy. The screen star rushed from Paris to
the bedside of her five-year-old daughter, Isabella, mho was
operated on successfully for appendicitis by Dr. Savena. Miss
Bergman, the wife of Italian film riogul Roberto Rossellmi, said
that she plans to come back to Rome this summer to resume
housekeeping with her husband.
Jury Trial' 'GefsiGptopfow
Civil Rights Feud Goes Oh
WASHINGTON.'auly 9 (UP) -las said, "is to mak 'effective in
Senate foes of civil rights legis
lation said today they would "ac
cept" a compromis lurytrial. a.
mendment but would continue to
fight the bill. Gufi ,t
Sen. Richard a. Kusseu (J
Ga.). leader of the southern dem
ocratic bloc pledged to au-out war
against the administration s ra
cial rights measure, told newsmen
the prouosed amendment was "not
completely satisfactory but I am
willing to accept it.
Ingrid Holds Tense Reunion
With American-Reared Child
; PAKIS, July 9 (UP) Ingrid
ijreunion yesterday with the Amen-'can-reared
daughter she left be behind
hind behind when she married Italian
'film producer Roberto Rossellini
;ight years ago.
.. it urn th first meeting in six
'years, for the blonde Swedish-born
The administration and other
supporters of the bill contend it
would primarily protect Negro vot voting
ing voting rights. Southern foes main maintain
tain maintain it would permit the federal:
government to enforce scnooi de
seerecation at bayonet-point..
Southerners particularly object
to the fact that the bill does not
provide jury trials for persons ac accused
cused accused of contempt of court for
violating injunctions obtained un under
der under the measure.
Sen. Joseph C. O'Mahoney (D-
Wyo.) in an impassioned 54-min-ute
speech late yesterday, propos-
an amendment to guarantee jury
trials in most cases. He said this
. I would rule out right-to-vote cases
ny Ann Liiidstrom. daughter of and would "assure the voting
actual iitfi the constitutional rights
of all citizens regardless of race
L 1 l i t i .1 .
ana cotor primarily me ngni 10
, But Sen. Russell replied' that" the
bill would make the South "the
fight against the legislation.
- "Call it a filibuster. if you wish
he said. "If we did not resist.
we ) would not be ; worthy to
Filibuster Termed Jungle
War With Ground Rules
ICoL John Coney T
ils tlev Commander
Af Ft. Amador
Col. John D. Coney has been
named as Fort Amador's new post
commander to replace Col. Robert
W. Garrett, who is taking over as
commanding oficer of the 20th In Infantry
fantry Infantry Regiment.
Col. Coney, former deputy G-3,
U.S. Army Caribbean, arrived in
the Canal Zone on May 22, com coming
ing coming from Fort Benning, Ga., where
he was director of the Department
of Non-fiesident Instruction, U.
S. Army Infantry School
Born in Duluth, Minnesota, Col.
Coney was graduated from Shat Shat-tuck
tuck Shat-tuck Military School and the Los
Angeles City College. He has com-1
pleted the following miuiary
schools: the Infantry School, the
Ground Liaison School, the Com Command
mand Command and General Staff School and
the Special Weapons Course, Ar Artillery
tillery Artillery School. He also completed
Columbia University's European
Oian UII1CCIS vumac. I nnUirie A fri.nrf Hr., th
JASTr nftheE .i near the Arch
European Command and the Far
He has been stationed stateside
at Fnrt Rpnninff CamD Pickett.
Va., Key Field, Jliss.. Camp Rob-
erts. Calif., Fort Ord, CalifcV, and
at Columbia University in New
Among Col. Coney's awards are
the Bronze Star Medal with Oak
Leaf Cluster, the American De Defense
fense Defense .Mcdal, European African African-Middle
Middle African-Middle East Medal, World War II
Vie'ory Medal, Korean Service
Medal, Belgian Fourragere, the
Ingrid's broken marriage with Dr
Ingrid had rushed back to Paris
for the reunion yesterday after a
flying trip to Rome to see one
of her. five-year-old twins, Isabel
la, who underwent an apendicitisl
operation rnaay mgnt.
- .. r h '..if .-. i-;
' Her, husband. RosselUnL was in
Bombay where the Indian govern
ment toaay granted a last-minute
extension of his visa to finish
documentary films on India. The
family of Sonali Das-Gupta, the
Indian film executive's wife whose
name hits been linked romantical romantically
ly romantically with Rossellini's in the last six
months, had tried unsuccessfully
to have the two-month extension
Both Ineiid and her daughter
looked happy but shy together
wnen tney emerged from a 10
ninute private meeting aboard
the plane which brought Jenny
Ann to Paris from Stockholm,
where sue leit tier lather and step stepmother.
mother. stepmother. Both smiled and Ingrid held
tight to ner daughter's arm.
I hey stepped from the plane in
to a barrage of flashbulbs from
photographers' cameras and ques questions
tions questions from reporters.
"Has your daughter chanced
much snce you last saw her?"
one reporter shotted.
"She's grown up now. She's a
grown-up young lady now," In Ingrid
grid Ingrid replied with a smile.
Airport officials hurried them
through the crowd to a private
tor a more private re
Later they went sight seeing.
Ingrid had appeared tense and
nervous as she waited for the
plane, arriving half hour late
from Storkho'm. She snapped at
"Isn t it
a moment alone with my daugh daughter."
ter." daughter." she said.
She sa: unrmiling in the waiting
room, her hands clasped tightly
in her lap until a Scandinavian
Airlines official led her to a pri private
vate private waiting room.
When Jenny s four-engined DC6
rights of Negroes in every part
of the south." Southerners want
jury trials in all cases brought
under the bill.
Russell sa:d the O'Mahoney a
mendment was "highly to be pre
f erred to no jury trial." But he
left no doubt its adoption, if a
greed to by the Senate, would not
lessen the pattie against ine, dui
itseu. v ,
. The Senste plunged yesterday in
to its promised filibuster of the
Century" over President Eisenhow
er' civil rights bill.
Southern foes of the legislation;
defeated in a last-minute attempt
to sidetrack the measure, served
notice they intend to wage an all
out fight against those "who press
this bitter cud to our lips."
The issue will not be resolved
for several weeks. The talkathon
was expected to be the Senate's
longest since its two-month debate
over a silver bill in 1893.
Although both sides now rule
out the possibility of a comprom
ise, some Senators conceded pri
vately thst the civil rights advo
cates eventually would be forced
to mak-j concessions to the South Southerners.
erners. Southerners. The battle was formally joined
at 2:13 p.m., EDT., when Senate
Republican Leader William F.
Knowland (Calif.) moved that the
Senate lay aside all other pending
business and take up the civil
rights bill passed by the House
It was exDected that the Senate
would debate Knowland s motion
for about a week, with its approv
al virtually certain. The Senate
then will begin what Knowland
has said could be an eight-week
debate on the bill itself.
The bil! ttrongly endorsed by
the President, would:
EDITOR'S NOTE: The foli
lowing dispatch outlines the,
parliamentary steps that can
be expected In the civil rights
battle in the Senate, and the
By RAYMOND LAHR
political (whipping boy of the na- called -men Cod give us strength
tionb Hia; voice shaking with e-ito demean ourselves as men and
motion, r he promised an all out as our people expect -us to."
. Before Knowland' made his
motion, Rep. Howard W. Smith
(D-Va. ) moved in the House to
recall the measure from the Sen
ate on grounds it was an incorrect
copy of the legislation the House
actually approved. His objection
was rejected by Speaker Sam
When Russell raised the same
objection on the Senate, floor.
Knowland assured him that the
cony' had been corrected. But
Russell told the Senate the mea
sure was of "dubious parentage
Russell also demanded a con
gressional investigation of what
he said was the "slating" of in
formation in 'tfavor of the bill on
television and other news media
He said opponents had difficulty
in, presenting their objections to
the American public. ;j
rnauonai ieiensn meun ami me landed, ingrid stood almost un
armed forces Rserve Meaai. i noticed in the crowd around the
Set up a presidential com mis-
. v, t v. ,'sion on civil rightM establish a
a oiiaiiic i can i nave. ., :-u. .!;.;.; 'k
Civil riKliis uivioiun 'vne trusiac
Department: ? authorize govern
ment couit suits to protect civil
rights -nd provide! greater protec protection
tion protection for the voting rights of Ne Negroes
groes Negroes ai.d other minorities.
Before jam packed galleries,
Knowland and .Sen. Paul H. Doug-
Col. Coner lives at Fort Amador
with his wife, Jeanette.
Army Chapels Will
( Last Day! 75 AO
S:0t .'4:55 C:55 :! p.m.
U4ZM praMnti ttx
(mj Robi Ruwk
' nov at Maw lliii
landing ramp, still unsmiling and
with her hai.ris clasped tightly in
She "licked her- lips nervously Ra Dpf limit hftrf
and occasionaUv taDDed het foot W IVVlUllllillVM
on the ground while the other pas passengers
sengers passengers left the plane.
Then bo sir line official came to
her, and for the first time she
smiled. She hurried up the steps
and into the plane to greet her
daughter a University of Colorado
Ten minutes later they stepped
On Contract Basis
WASHINGTON, July 9, (UP)
ine senate is involved In an
other civil rights filibuster in
which the south Is arrayed a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst senators from most of the
In what is often regarded as a
gentlemen's club,. there will be
a kind of jungle warfare with
victory going, to the side withithe
Dest captains and the effective
power. The southerners need
flewer troops to win, but they
know they are weaker this year
than In the past.-
Because Senate rules permit
aimost unlimited aeoate, south
ern Democrats long; have used
them ; to make the Senate
graveyara for civil rights hills
intended primarily to benefit
Negroes'. The filibuster often has
heen used bv other Senat blocs.
loo. particularly western liberals,
A filibuster is an ancient de.
iee used bv a ninoritv to kill
a bin by talking it to death. It
, puts a nremfum on parliamen parliamentary
tary parliamentary skill and experience. The
southerners are well endowed
with both. A filibuster also
puts a premium o physical
stamina for long speeches by
individual senators opposed to
It also taxes the strength of
otner senators wnen the time
arrives for lone and perhaps
around-the-clock sessions. Sen
a tors nan in cloakrooms or of
fices while a soeaker addressess
an almost empty chamber. When
he stops, there must be enough
of them nearby (49) to answer a
quorum call so the Senate can
stay in session.
In a 1954 filibuster against an
atomic enerev bill, the Senate
was in continuous session for 85
hours and 54 minutes broken hv
a single recess of 25 minutes. It
then recessed over Sunday and
returned for a continuous ses session
sion session of 35 hours and 57 minutes
before the bill was passed.
Everyone concerned in the ci civil
vil civil rlehts dispute agrees that
the bill should be debated thor thoroughly.
oughly. thoroughly. When a ?debateH be becomes
comes becomes a. "filibuster is frequent frequently
ly frequently a matter of argument.
However this-may be, the Sen-
Once the motion is adopted.
me oia itseu is before the Sen
ate and subject to unlimited a
menament and debate, unless
the anti-filibuster or cloture rule
is applied. ... -
Unless the filibuster !. hroir
by exhaustion, this debate, can
ue uuecKea oniy j&y use of clo cloture,
ture, cloture, in either case, the debate
ia expected to last fnr
To apply the anti-filibuster
rule, 16 senators first must sign
and present a petition. Two days
aner tne petition is filed, the
ron is called on limiting debate,
ii o senators vote to limit de
oate, eacn senator can speak
inereaiter ipr only one hour pn
the bill and,' all amendments.
uniy germane amendments pre
sentea, oeiore the cloutre vote
can De considered,
i Finally, if these steps are
taKen, a vote on passage of the
bill Is in order. ?; r J 1
If the bill passes with artv
cnange iromtne House version,
lfr must he returned to the Ttouse
f6r approval. The House might
asK ior appointment of a joint
conference committee to iron
In the Senate, the motions to
send tne bill to conference and
to adopt the conference com
mittee's recommendations would
be subject to unlimited debate
unless the anti-filibuster rule a-
gain was applied.
ate can be expected to begin on
a more or less leisurely, schedule.
with the leadership-- gradually
putting on the pressure for
tonger and longer -sessions to give
everyone a chance to talk him himself
self himself out.
; The possibilities for parlia parliamentary
mentary parliamentary maneuvering are al almost
most almost unlimited, bat the se sequence
quence sequence can be expected to de develop
velop develop this way:
When the Senate convened at
Contracts totalling 130.375 have; noon yesterday. It had first to
been negotiated to refurnish the approve its Mourhal of proceed
The Senate has fought for
years over various civil rlgnts
bills. Back in 1922. a OOP-con-
troned Senate ran into a fillbus fillbus-ter
ter fillbus-ter against an antl-lynchimr hill,
That measure did not pass, and
filibusters or threats of filibus
ter have prevented the passage
oi any civn ngnts DUis since.
During world war I. the south
erners grudgingly allowed funds
to be voted for the Fair Employ
ment practices commission, ere
a ted by presidential order. Later
attempts to set up"a permanent
agency, by law, were defeated in
When the Senate had no ant!
filibuster rule, there were two
mn century filibusters lasting
as long as two months, in 1848
on tne Oregon bill and in 1893
on a silver purchase bill. The
longest In recent years was a 30 30-day
day 30-day debate in 1938 on an anti-
sen. Wayne L. Morse (DrWyo.)
seprmui all-time record for' one
speech by a senator when he
spoke 22 hours and 28 minutes
bill. : i i
Sen. Wayne Morse (D-Ore. ),
civil rights advocate, announced
that if Knowland s motion is ap
proved, he will move to send the
bill to the Senate Judiciary Com
mittee nith instructions that it,
the committee, return civil
rights measure to the floor in two
weeks. i-i:. ., r':"'
"After that." he said. "I'tn for
staying her till the snow flied to
pass's fair eivirnghts biU." But
he said he thought the Senate's
Committee procedures" should be
Morse objected to the Senate's
action Jast month in placing the
House-aporoved bill immediately
on the Senate calendar Instead of
following- its normal procedure
and sending it to the Judiciary
arouo.- The committee has bottled
up all .the civil 'rights- bills1 this
off what is expected to be a long
series of prepared southern speech
es against the legislation.- He said
the bill had provisions "utterly re
pugnant to the American Consti
tution ana legal systems.- -y
WASHINGTON."' July (UP)-
The House Foreign Affairs Com
mittee urged President Eisenhow
er today t bring more pressure
on Red China for an accounting
of 450 American servicemen still
missing from the Korean War.
Accusing the Chinese Commu
nists of "flouting human decen
cy," the committee recommended
prompt House passage of a resolu resolution
tion resolution proposing that such an ac accounting
counting accounting be made 'a primary ob-i
jecti ve'r of U .'S. foreign policy. J
The committee. said tne resolu resolution
tion resolution would strengthen' (he hand of
Ambassador u. Alexis jonnson
who is scheduled to resume talks
Thursday at Geneva with .Red
China negotiators, 'i
Rep.v Clement: J. s Zablocki (D (D-Wis),
Wis), (D-Wis), sponsor of the measure, said
he would call it up for a House
vntA WftilnptilftV. t i 1
Johnson has been trying since ,u"""''" io oDiam is
Aug. 1, 1955,, to persuade the Chi-Pectahility and acceptability
Vs S. I
other tiources that, .each miss?
man was ence in Red Chin'
hands. 1 t l- j
"These are' eloquent illustratk
of the absurdity of the explaf
tions the Communists have git
thus far oi their failure to kl
their agreements and demonstrl
the tipaH tn.1 rirpo, Arv i,fw
flltiintintinA "': fha Anni iM.k Jt
Johnson has held 7 meetin
with Communist negotiators
Geneva without getting any
knowledgement that they e
held any of the men,
For'Iegaf purposes, thevU
government assumes them to
dead and has paid death. bene
to their families. But there M 4
some hope: of eventually obtain
from ;Rod China some infor.mad
on tne tteot. uie men.'
' The Huuse committee noted ti
Vone. of the objectives the Chin
nese Communists to make some
accounting for ; the 450 missing
men ana to return any still alive.
The Red have denied ; knowl
edge oi rnem. uui tne commiuee
said Defense and State Depart Department
ment Department investigators have received
impresyvt circumstantial evi evidence
dence evidence from i former; prisoners,
Commnnist radio broadcasts'! and
Ike's Son John
Duys Small Plot,
Cottage On Farm
' WASHINGTON. Julv 9 (UP)
Maj. John Eisenhower, the Presi President's
dent's President's son has purchased the
guest cottage and a small plot of
land v at ibir father's farm In
Gettysburg,. Pa. t y. .t j
White House : Press Secretary
James Cv Hagerty was reluctant
to discuss1 the purchase on grounds
if was 'a family matter," But" he
conceded that published reports
the. properly had changed hands
"ihctantiallv. nrrrt" r
Young Eisenhower and his f fm-
llv are-now vacationing m rwnaa.
Authorities at Ft- 3elvoir. Va..
where they" now live, said he left
nd forwarding address
H M a j o f v Eisenhower v recently
served a atinf as a WhlteiHouse
aide of his iatheri His next tour
of dutywul br at the Pentagon,
The gueit i cottage is a smaii
white frame house on a corner of
the' Eisenhower i farm. It was re remodeled
modeled remodeled several years ago from
an old fashioned school nouse.
t A children's playhouse, painted
pink with eandy-striped pillars and
blue shutters, recently was ouui
near the guest cottage, it was ot
viously designed for the Presi
dent's four granncnuoren.
the eyes of the world.
, "The effect of this resolution1
to serve notice on them that thi
continued flouting of the lemel
of numan decency and conduct
well as theif- violation of all A
ventions dealing with' the tre
ment 'of prisoners of war 'are fin
ly condemned by ; the represenl
tives ut the American people,"
report asserted. ir x
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USARCARIB Announces New
Comptroller Finance Man
HKiHminrlori IT S. Army Carib
bean, has announced that oi. Wil
liam E. Eckles and Col. Percy
Laming will succeed r IX. C b L
Charles G. Kaiser, and Lt. CoL
Dan E. Robertson as comptroller,
and finance and accounting officer,
respectively. n' ; .- r-
Col. Eckles has received the'fol
lowing awards: Legion of Merit
iBronze Star with two. Oak Leaf
Clusters, Army Commendation Rib
bon, American Campaign Medal,
Warold War II Victory Medal, A
merican Defense Service Medal.
EuroDean African Middle East
Col. Eckles' arrived' In the Canal. Campaign .Medal, Legion of Honor
. m nr..k ru j :au :i
Zone June 28, coming from Wash
incton. D.C..where he was a mem
ber of the faculty of the Industrial
College of the Armed Forces (IC-j
Entering the service from Tex
as, CoL Eckles completed the fol fol-lowina
lowina fol-lowina mUitanr schools: Command
and General Staff College;. Armor
ed School, Tank Maintenance, io
AF; Armed Forces Staff College;
and the Army Command Manage
During his Army career the coio-1
nel has seen overseas duty in
Europe from 1944 to 1948, and a
cain from 1951 to 1954.
He has been stationed stateside
at Fort Leavenworth, Kan.. Fort
Knox. Ky.. Norfolk. Va.. Fort
Meade. Md., and Washington,' D.C
Army chapels at Fort Clayton, Ft
Davis, 'Fort Sherman and Ft. Gul
ick, the Chaplains Section, Head
ut, both ta'l and blonde but with quarters, U.S. Army Caribbean an
'fiuj sigPUT sooner ana more nounced last weex.
plump than her famous mother.
Ingrid. who was divorced from The rehabilitation of these can
Dr. Lindstrom nr. 1949, last had tnnmunt tvne ehSDels built Hnr
seen her oldest daughter in Lon
a on m isai.
In Catun Area
For One Month
Headquarters, U.S. Army Carib-
ing World War II, is part of the
Army-wide chapel beautification
program begun .by Maj. Gen. Pat Patrick
rick Patrick Ryan, Army chief of chap chaplains.
lains. chaplains. The program calls for the
building of new chapels and the
refurnishing of cantonment type
chapels now in existence.
" '-""Tini TTill
The - refurnishing program,
scheduled to ret underway in th
oean, announres that hunting is' near future, calls for new furni furni-prohibirerf
prohibirerf furni-prohibirerf during tie period of ture throughout, to include ma ma-Joly
Joly ma-Joly li through August 17. in the hoeanv alUn. ouloiu. Ifrtrn
Canal Z.me west o. Gatua Lock.s, altar rails, bapUsmal fonU, pews. wears, the Senate has
uiciuums w run anerman milt- Dencnes ana cnurcn-rvoe lichtin
;tary rervatioii, due o military j fixtures'. Also included are new
J 1 irossal curtains for the khapels at
The action has been authorized; Fort Amador, Comal and. Fort
by the Tans! Zone Government. Sherman.
ings Tor Friday. This reoulre-
ment was once a serious stumb stumbling
ling stumbling block, because. H was sub sub-lect
lect sub-lect to debate, but the anti-filibuster
rule now can -be invoked
on this normally routine proce
dure. .. '
Senate- Republican TL e a der
William. F. Knowland presented
a motion to take no the House-
approved civil rights bill. A
rarely used parliamentary- man maneuver
euver maneuver kept this bill on the Sen Senate
ate Senate calendar and away from the
Judiciary Committee. .: f
The Knowland motion doubt doubtless
less doubtless will 'be debated for days.
Each senator may. speak only
twice on the motion as Ions: as
a majority votes to "recess" and
not "adjourn" overnight. In past
reached tote on a motion to
take up a civil lights bill. .Dif .Different
ferent .Different circumstances made ul ultimate
timate ultimate adoption I of this .motion
almost certain tais year
OUim Dors f 1
Jonathaii Athmort I j
' David KotMff v ' J
- nmbimh r-
VtraDty '- i '
Brtnda da lauit y ty A
j rr ' ; .- -J
(Cheviher) de Guerre with Silver-
Gut star, German Occupation Me Medal,
dal, Medal, National Defense Service Med
al, and the Armed Forces Reserve
Medal, v-r-y.'Uj .. ''
Col.- Eckles and his wife. Mary.
are presently, residing at Fort A A-mador.
mador. A-mador. v.-,..:-'-, ,-
CoL Laming also arrived in the
i-anai .one on. June 28, coming
from'Joliet, 111., where he served
as command and management oro
jeci djacer, Headquarters,'. Ord
nance Ammunition Command.- -'
Col. Laming was born in Maid Maidstone,1
stone,1 Maidstone,1 Kent,' England: entered the
Armv in July. 1942: and' has at
tended the Finance School at Fort
Benjamin, Harrison, Ind.
CoL Laming has seen overseas
duty in the Far East Command.
being stationed in Japan from 1947
io 1850. .i : 'V.
m. a Kim siimiuc bl uitj
ell General Hospital, Mass., and
was assigned to the" office of the
chief of finance with duty stations
in Boston. New York and Atlanta.
He also served at the Army Fin Finance
ance Finance School. St. Louis. Mo.: at
Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind.. and
at Joliet, IlL
The colonel has received the
following Army decorations: Army
Commendation Ribbon, World War
II Victory Medal, American Oc Occupation
cupation Occupation Mcdal with Cluster, Arm Armed.
ed. Armed. Forces Reserve Medal, and the
National Defense Service Medal.
CoL Laming and his wife, Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, reside at Fort Clayton.
Iran Earthquake's '!
Death Toll Rises i
To 2,000 Ma(k
TEHERAN, Iran, July 9 (UP) (UP)-Tb
Tb (UP)-Tb death toll in Iran's ditiitrous
earthquake soared to 2,000 today.
There were fears that disease
mifht send it sUll higher.
Officials said the threat of dis disease
ease disease from the hundreds of bodies
left unburied was increasing daily.
Lack of he?p to bury tKe t 1,es
of tho killed in the c v "rh
rocked the southern swres of t."e
Catr;an Si last weolt ai harrp harrp-burial.
burial. harrp-burial. U.fy st.l
i:e, 2:11, 4:02, 5:46, 7:30, 9:0
Spectacle of SPECTACLES 1
WARNER BROS.. -'
CIAVT win not W nbl nbl-hited
hited nbl-hited at any other theatre.
PASSES ARE NOT