The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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English
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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i 11

TOUHIST FLITES
HOMEWARD and
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pom's
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THE MARVELOUS -'
CARIOCA CAPITAL
AN INDEPENDENT t. "f 14 PXiNtJllLY WEWSPAPE!
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VIA :; uLJl-ALJULu3
Let the people know the truth and the teuntry U eefe" Abrehmn Lincoln.
TeL Panama 2-0975 Colon 779 797
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3nd TEAK"
PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1957

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Ipits

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Cain a

Decision

Unlikely

On -Pah Canal Tolls

Next Autumn

Before

, WASHINGTON,. July, 10 (UP) Supr is Court authorities indicated today that
decision is not likely until next the request mad yesterday by the Pan
ama' danal Uo. to review a court uling requiring revision of canal tolls.
Pending a possible new "decision, however, Justice John Harlan already has
stayed the effect of the earlier action, while the case is before the court.

challenged

-ri-,.H n Anr 8. 1957

by the Second U.S.- Circuit Court

ol Appeals oi iNew iwt "!
- brought by a Urge group of steam
"ship lines which use the canal.
EarKer Federal district ?urt

in New Yorfc had dismissed tneir
nmninint on the around, among

.(w thincr that the Canal Com

. .t.n-iirlnt activities are

iL'-Adt 4iiHtril, review

in., oirnif rnurt attirmea me

strict court 1 nly one re re-'
' re-' Rpect its refusal to order a W,
aJ; nnA fimH for alleeedly exces

toil.. iIvaiWv chareed. The

. uiw r.nnini who asKeu

STrtSSTto their original
complaint, appealed this issue to

the Supreme Court u i F"uuu
their on j; .J
The suit was filed after te
Compf-oUer General found flaws
in the company's accountmg pro pro-cedurei
cedurei pro-cedurei in audit reports for r 1954
and 1955. The controller general
interpreted the lay as quiring
K.t tAiu hp based solely on the

nf oneratina the canal with

.out reference to such supporting
S operations as the Canal Zone tele tele-luhone
luhone tele-luhone ayatem. and the running of

i ,-Vhoteta, ? harbor terminals, eoaung

,. ; i pianis, coimijis jf w v "f" -r

i ; The Canal company s peuuvu.w

5iinr.m -.couri: saw m

Zliukov Shoots Into
In Soviet Power Sir

Lead

,.T.tTAi tiia i!tinn.- nnriprivinff this li'

Qigatioir is whether- the- tolls Jor
he Panama "Canal are to be de de-,
, de-, ermined. by ,(the.Pana ma Canal
Co) nd the .President to whom
these function were assigned by
! 7 statute; or by the- comptroUer., gen general,
eral, general, er the -courts,
- "Thi, iiictiin is of fat reacn-

- lng public importance and should

f be auijiontauveiy oobuiihwiw,
this eourt," the petition said.
it i.d thi -lower court "has

: .. ti-MA u.M intA a most sism

. ; ficant' arta of intra-governmental
relations,; seriously .disturbing- the
proper balance of authority and
power between the three, depart depart-.
. depart-. w.n nf th Government, as well

-m -disrutping the basic function functioning
ing functioning of the cahaL" ; '
"At the same time," the peti petition
tion petition sa.V,"the ruling directly af af-fects
fects af-fects this country's relations with
the many other -nations which are
interested In the great, waterway
Unking the Atlantic f and Pacific
oceans. Under the holding of the
court of r appeals, (the Canal -Co)
may be compelled to propose tolls
ao low that the : President ulti ultimately
mately ultimately wiU have to disapprove
tnem. This, in-turn, may: cause
most serious ejnbarrassment w
our relations with foreign coun-

. (The Canal Co-), believes that It

. would be dangerous,, unaesiraoie,

r and wasteful if it were to pre-
Aviha- new f nil c :.. hpfnrsi it 1 dutY

0Vaw ww -
to do so had been determined by

the highest judicial "authority

LONDONV-July 1(K (UP) Red

Army Marshal Georgl Zhukov is
rapidly emerging as the Icey fac factor
tor factor behind the power shift in So

viet leaderssip, top diplomatic

Sources said today, He is expect

ed to assume a top position .soon

possioiy tne Premiership.

rjie uciense Minister, conquer

er of Berlin end wartime friend

ot President Eisenhower, played

an Important role in saving Party
Boss ikita Khrushchev in last

week s Kremlin revolt and Khru

hhev depends on his loyalty for

survival, tne sources said.

, inuvov was not considered a
t man seeking military dictator
ship, and net a 'Napoleonic
type M But h, it being pushed
upward by the constant Increase

" in strength of the Red Army

Which he -has unchallenged con control,
trol, control, diplomat said.'
It wns not know definitely 'he
would, replace i Premier Marshal
Nikolai Bulganin. '" But Bulganin
was believed undv. a cloud and
on his war out because he sym

pathized with Vvacheslav M. Mo-

lotov last week when Zhukow sav4

ed JUirjJhclifix,, from-the would-be
MoloUy coup," f,'' x
-- 'B
, -Diplomatic observers said 'to'
make the Khrushchev Buleania

split less obvious IBuleanm mieht

be tacked upstairs that he might
take the place of President idi-

menti .; Voroshilov who ; would be

droppeii. Voroshilov- also- backed

Molotov. f ..:
It was: noted that Khrushchev1
took protocol precedence ever
Bulganin t today in Prague end
wis groered as he evidently ex.
pected to greered-as "lead "leader"
er" "leader" et Hi Soviet delegation. Bul Bulganin
ganin Bulganin played this rele in their
previous junkets abroad.
Tse diplomatic source said that

Zhukov could topple Khrushchev

even now by withdrawing his sup

port since the : Red Army has

great power and apparently is

the only niajor stable power lac
tor in Russia. '

The sources said Zhukov was

not expected to challenge Khru Khrushchev
shchev Khrushchev in a struggle for the lead

ership i since. neither he nor the
Army wants this now, Zhukov was

described as a man. concerned

chiefly with the military, and po

litical strength of Russia itself

rather than his personal position.
But he is shooting .toward the

top by the mexorabe pressure of

shifting power, the. diplomatic dis
patches saidi

Former Ccnvict Held
For Trying To SteP
5 Electric Machine!

A former inmate t of Coiba and
a yoiin- .Panamanian -. boy each
fsced the Balboa 'Magistrate Court

today on separate charges 01 pur-

Th-.T-eonvicf. Georte-A. Pol

son." 40. 1 Panamanian, is accused

of breaking into the first floor of office
fice office of the Diablo SerViee Center
and trying to make off with five
electric Office machines valued at

$1500. '.''?

- The youth, Manuel Cedefio, ap

peared to have had a rough night
because he sleot soundly for a-

bout an hour throughout the. hear

ing of a previous case. X" -4
The 19-year-old boy wafc charg charged
ed charged on three counts of burglary in involving
volving involving attempts to break into a
garage a kitchen and a maid's
room Ahree different residences
ca Empire Street in Balboa" be between
tween between 11 p.m. and the early mora-;

tag twl tooay.

: foot you't waikmg along the street
wearing one ol the shirts he stole.

: and ht-ting ume of the ether

. clothe he is accused of taking.
Bail of $100 was set la the case
Which was continued until tomor tomor-'
' tomor-' row. - '
The other burglary case against
Polsoa was continued until Friday
fifrucort. Rail of $500 was set.
- --Tolice said the office machines

f isd-b.B recovered. Poison wes

Tleased from Coiba is January af-

4 llewsmen Accused

In Government Press

Of Lying About Cuba
havana; tuba, Juiy itr (upv.

The gi-vernmcnt newspaper Tiem-
po in an- editorial signed by VCri-

xo," the pear name of pubusner pubusner-Sen.
Sen. pubusner-Sen. RrJando .- Masferrer, called
tor eovernmenf action Tuesday a-

gainst foreign hewsmeu reporting

on Cuba'3 culitical situation..

Masferrer specifically : named
Francis L. McCarthy of the U-

nited Press, Larry Allen of the
Associated Press, Herbert Mat Matthews
thews Matthews ol The New York Times

and Robert faber of the Colura
hi a RrnadcastinC Svstcm. V

'Other governments would

have expelled them as undesir undesir-able
able undesir-able nd distributors of false

news,' the editorial said. :
Enriaue Pizzi de Porras. 0V-

efnment press chief, told the U-

nited Press tnat tne editorial was

''a private opinion which doesj

not reflect tne poucy ol tne gov

ernment." ".

Masferrer who Is government

whip Jn the Senate, said in his
editorial that the i correspond

ents' ''succession of falsehoods

and biased versions fcad reached

the summit of cynicism. '''-

'For them, the island is aflame

from one &md to the other,

Poller Olf Tonight
For DC Heeling Of
PanCanal Directors
Gov. W. E. Potter will leave to

night lor 'Washington. D.C to 'at

tend can quarterly meeting of the
board of directors of the Panama
Ga&a Co.: He, will-'be away .from
the Canal Zone for About ten dys.

During; his visit in the states' ne

win ..iso.meei. witn.utuieF. nutr

ibet't otIhe id hoc commiUei off,

itner. Doara ; appoimea w-nuav xne

unii capacity prgoiein-r- euu wiu
visit Longview,- Tex. td; see the
progress : of the construction of

two new-type towing 'locomotives

heing built by K. G. Iexourneau,

He wfli be accompanied to Wash

ington ty UMSinewrLt.'.txOV., coi.
Huh M. Arnold., who assumed his

new duties this, morning,' and by

Philip L. Steersy Jr.j comptroller,
both of whom are general officers
of the company,- Arnold wilt meet
with the ad hoc committee since

he has been a member of the

working committee on the Canal

capac'ty studies and assumed its
chairmanship with i the departure

yesterday Ulernoon. of col. tu w

Schuii. Jr.
Arnoid will also accompany Pot

ter to lexas. They wul be- joined

there by John R. Hammond, chief

of the electrical-mecnanicai orancn
of the Engineering Division, who
has had special assignments on

the LeTouroesu contract

The board of directors will meet

Saturday. The session will be de devoted
voted devoted primarily to a preliminary
report of the ad hoc committee on
its work and to budget matters.
During the absence of both Pot Potter
ter Potter and Arnold, Capt. W. S. Rodi Rodi-mon,
mon, Rodi-mon, marine director- will be act

ing Governor,

During tne absence or Arnoia,
Edward J. Browder. Jr.. will act

as 'Encineericr snd Construction

director. After Arnold's return he

will assume the duties of the En

gineering and Construction direc director
tor director in addition to his other duties
until the arrival of his successor,
Lt. Col. R. D. Brown, Jr.. later

this month. .' : o

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Water

BALBOA ROAD will be restricted to one-way traffic at point near the YMCA building- be.
ginning this afternoon, and. continuing for a limited period. Daring that time traffic coming
from the Limits toward Balboa will detour at Wight Street near the Lutheran Church, con continue
tinue continue along -Owen Street air tjbe rear f the Credit Union Building and join Balboa Road near
the .Chase Manhattan Bank. : Traffic from Balboa to the Limits will use Balboa Road. The
road Is beinjr restricted to ene-wat,traffle.to permit excavation for' the Installation, of new
sewer lines running from Balboa YMCA .to the rear of the Credit Union Bulidlnf.

T"

Short Lockages'

To Save

Starting Monday

Shipping aacnts alono Balhod'c

lifiood of increasing delays in Panama Canal trnntitc A.,,'

ing coming weeks. v r
No predictions of lona rJelav

eral agents said today it looked to them as if a day's lay-
over at Canal portals may not be an uncommon xptrk
ence if present, trends continue. t
They based their estimates on fwn

1) Heavy traffic which caused the big passenger finer
Orcades' and five other ship, to be shut oMt yesterday! V
uu l uW r,t?,,ev,el ,n Gatun Lak h dictated

The lake level today fell to a new level tf $Z feet,

Orcades' Delay
Lets Tourists

i, r. sjjf m ;r .aasaa leasts .-. -1 waav t-x rr-'-f x v w aat. "a't-f-i".,-, ,'.iiv. si,'', f -

Norton.

1

Public response to the want'

ing--signals, on the sirens Friday,

m the Zone-wide civil Defense
exercise is- urgent for the suc suc-cess
cess suc-cess of the test since the exact
time of the simulated explosion

of the potent Domb will not be

announced In advance.

For this L reason, the Canal

Zone Civil Defense organization
has urged everyone to learn the
public! warning signals and what

they mean. There are only two

signals, which are:

Take Cover a warbllnir sig

nal on the sirens of three min minutes.
utes. minutes. When this sounds all per persons
sons persons should Immediately take
cover at home or sit work. All

traffic, mast, halt and pedestrl

ana should seek .cover In the

nearest building.
Alert a steady, threeimln

ute blast on the sirens. Persons
available to radios should imme immediately
diately immediately tune In; the CFN station

ior inionnauon, ana iiasuuc
tions. '"-y..v,i;.,.yr. ' ''-.
All traffle la to be halted Fri Friday
day Friday during? a period of approxl

mately 20 minutes between the

soonddng- of the two signals. Mo

torists should pull off to the sioe

of the street or road. In case of

an actual attack car windows
should be rolled down and pas-,

seneers should recline on seats.

Streets leading into tne canai

Negro Gl, Panamanian Couple

Wind Up In Court After

Fight

An rrfta.th.vw4r friaa'crsss the street Into thfr Canal

last night Involving a Negro sol- one nemr n con pus stop
dier and a Panamanian couple r h PPealed to several
ended up Iff Balboa Magistrate's OI'iot he,P- ,M
Court today with a charge d! The woman said she went In

Ktreu oi a. rinum pouccman

a-

when they have no more news to

offer they invent a novel.

Quake Recorded;

-190 Miles
From Balboa
An earthquake centered approxi approximately
mately approximately 190 miles from ftalboa
Heights was recorded by the seis seismograph
mograph seismograph at Balboa Heights early
Wedoerida; morning.
According to the report, the

ruake startM at 4:05 a.m. and

lasts about 10 minutes. The sharp-j

Reina Fclks Safe,
' .... .. t','!' 'i '" sV -s
Sfshtscclng Isle
FYoni Reefed Ship
' local agents for the British

cruise ship Jteina del : PacificO,
which .went aground oa a coral
reef off; Bermuda, report that ther

there is no danger, and all pas-J

sengers aboard tne snip are safe.
: About 40 people boarded the ves vessel
sel vessel when she left here late last
month, according to Pacific Steam

pNavigation Company, .agents for

and the snip

Tbey said that H was expected

that the vessel will be refloated
within the next 41 hours.
Meanwhile, a special trip a a-round
round a-round the island bas been arrang arranged
ed arranged ior the ship's passengers. The
17.S72 -too vessel is ea route te Liv Liverpool..
erpool.. Liverpool.. -- :''
esse James Done

disturbing the peace lodged
gainst the trio.

Angry charges and counter-

charges were hurled back and

forth during the hour-lone- ses

sion after which Judge John JE.I

Deming remarked:
"From the demonstration yen
have all given this morning,
there is ne doubt yon were
flrhting. I find yoa all guilty."
The case against the soldier,
Willie p. Lloyd, 32. and the Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian couple, Lionel L.
Brooks, 28, and pearl Downing,
33, was then continued until 2:30
this afternoon.
The fight apparently- started
at 10:55 last night In Panama,
Lloyd said he was coming out of
a movie theater. According -to
his testimony, the other two de defendants
fendants defendants followed close behind

him and the woman walked up

and "touched" him : near hit

pocket-

Trie couple accused Lloyd of

Insulting the woman by lmoly lmoly-ing
ing lmoly-ing that she was a prostitute,
and eropositionin her. The sol-

flier strongly denied uus.
The box em woman, who a
peered In eeurt In a bright yel yellow
low yellow dress, said Lloyd called her
the lowest, filthiest nasnes ke
ceuld think f and remarked
that he "wenldat teach ker

with a garbage can.'

to artest the soldier, but at this
point three Canal Zone police policemen
men policemen appeared on the scene.

The men kent fierhtine- with

each other even after a patrol) ties should report immediately
car was called to the scene sad, to their pre-asslgned posts, car

was taking them to the police Pl snouia oe arranged in aa

Zone on both sides of the Isth
mus will be blocked dnHn ,t

day's, test and police Of both Ju-
laaUel.. -111 j

lamuiuut wut 'cooperate in en
f orcement of this rule.

m connection with the Zone
Police participation in the exer exercise,
cise, exercise, uy. Roger w. Griffith,
chief of the division, has re requested
quested requested that all auxiliary police

men report to tneir respective
stations.
Both the- Anned Force's and
the company government are
fully participating in this year's
Operation Alert 1957, which in
many respects will be more real

istic than previous tests. It is a
part of the national Civil De

fense exercises for which stirju.

latlons on the manner and loca

tions of attacks here and

throughout the United States

nave been outlined by the Fed

eral civil Dexense Administra
tion.

ine enure civil Deienso or

ganization of the Canal Zone

Government is to be alerted as
well as a large number of. em

ployes In the Canal organization
who would be required for spe

cial amy in event of a major
disaster in the Canal Zone re resulting
sulting resulting from enemy action..
When the signal for the be beginning
ginning beginning of the exercise is sound sounded
ed sounded Friday, all Canal employes

with special Civil Defense du

sts tion.

. During the hearing, the sol soldier
dier soldier eaUed the woman a "bit
troublemaker." He las p 1 led
that be knew her f rem before
and that she was trying ., to
.stir ap. trouble between him himself
self himself and his girl friend, Made Madeline
line Madeline Tucker, wbem he Is plan planning
ning planning te marry soon.

"Who is Madeline Tucker7"

the woman asked. ;
"She's a lady the soldier re

plied.

Lloyd stated that, his grri

friend had a "peace warrant"
out against Peart in case she
tries to molest her aeslru He

said that several months ago

the two women were in a

and this led to Miss

vance wherever possible to less lessen
en lessen traffic movement.
A final Joint meeting of Civil
Defense and Armed Forces Di Disaster.
saster. Disaster. Relief officials was held
Wednesday morning to make
last minute plans.

Lilly snd Cornea-

ny, agents for the luxury liner Or-

caaes, were worrying sdoui tne
transit delay which will cause the
vessel to be a day late at her
next three ports, her 870 passen

gers 'were enjoying an unexpeet

edly lung visit to Panama City

ana uaiDoa.

They inspected Miraflores Locks

instead of Gatun, as planned. And

today they are getting a transit

of the. Canal, a sight they would

have missed on the regular sched

ule.
Some passengers, however,
were disturbed for r they
would miss connections in Tri Trinidad.
nidad. Trinidad. La Havre or London.

The Orcades was delayed by

strong winds on her trip down the

jfacitic coast from Los Angeles

Among the passeneers on the

Orcades are Lady Jordan of Syd

ney, Australia', the widow of

forme Chief Justice of New South

Wales.

Sir Rupert Shoobridge, a former

president of the Legislative Coun
cil of Tasmania. Australia, is at

so aboard; and another Australian

resident is Harry Bagot, the heir

to an English baronetcy.
In tourist class was a passeo

ger, Mrs. Yvonne Zeitz, whose

home is Stratford-on-Avon, in the

peaceful Shakespeare country of
England. But her marriage has

taken her to Death Valley. Calif.,

where she lives with her scientist

husband at 120 degree tempera
tures. and has a black widow spi

der for a pel. She came aboard

in California.

The Orcades hat plenty, tee,
in her holds. Besides the usual
tonnage ef lamb and beef from
"Down Under,"-she has a earoo
ef egg-pulp, butter end fromn
rabbits for the United Kingdom.

12 X-Rayed' Jurors Selected

To Con Segregationisf Case

XNOXVTLLE. Tenn.. July 10-

(W) leo men and two wom

en who passed a sesrehing tnspec-

flrnt tkn of their racial, -educational

TnrkM-a and relii ious views entered the

takint out a warrant In a Pan- W x if."7 ln" "IT
ima rourt. - ? big esse arising from court -order-

an vr .ha tlr- Mi. atandlM integration..

Brooks and the soldier

In a wild flcht.

testified that he saw the sold er
walklnc up "J" Street and no noticed
ticed noticed the couple following be behind.
hind. behind. . :
"I did see her reach out and
touch him.". be slated. When;

then. the fight befsn and was eon-

after; tinued into the Canal Zone, the nuJt be sel

A defense attorney called the

trial of-John Kasper, segregatioo-

ifct-at-Urr e. and 13 resident of

Clinton, Tena.. a case that "could
be ahaoinf history."

But before the all-white jury
raa begin bearing the ease la U.

S. District Court, four alternates

lected.

V er serving .a three-year seotaaee met part cf the quake had a dure

tar fbooct. . uob ex i aeconoi.

LOS ANOELE3. July 10 UP)-J

Lawmen caught up with Jesse

James today and put him he-

hind bars for mail robbery. The eneaeed

44-vear-o!d truck driver for the. Brooks objected to Lloyd's

Los Anseles post office was ac- marks. !Uoyd to get on a bus and goief e mass tnaL which were eon

rused rf etxlin tome 1.000 let-l Further testimony revea'ed home "to avoid trouble." but Ui Ironed in the selectioa ef the 13

ters fiatarlay ti-ihU. Cut tha soldier Una wicked a- V, j,c maed a n ill Jury starters.

This could be

re- M? said be tried to convince lt tedious ss the first' two days

"The first alternate very prob probably
ably probably could help decide the fate of

these defendants, said Robert 1,.

Dobbs of Memphis, defense chief

who repestedly told jurors they

had an historic assignment

He noted that eight of the male

(Jurors were tt er over and if one

uffered an attack er was caned

home by the death of a relative

the alternate would be brought in.

Only one of the 12. John T. Rey

nolds, 21 was iiader. ea.

The 18 defendants, oa trial to-

e ether but with Rasper's defease!

seoarate from the ethers, were

charted with violating ti.X vf

trict Judze Robert U Taylor's sa-

tunrtinn not to interfare with ht

lugrstiea at Giataa iCik telooU

f rong headwinds'
on her voyage -dowa the coast
British, jjner Orcades arrived inv
Balboa, at 8:3T ;yegterda tw
hours after the UmiT shV'wIa
scheduled tcrarrive jor transit, "l
the 709-ft vessel was heM

throughn th ajrv-
Another-1- nrtt" a.,

weignter Htnakura, bound from -New
Zealand With frown beet.
so shut out n r --
Three other, -vessels .!' fjV

hound. They were- th sheaf
wtU?nlymakln the translf
3,a ocean-golnr ahips of
??lch Lvne northbound and
.5?hSflt together-- with with-one
one with-one ship which was northbound
from Gatun Lake.
Previously during July, fou
ships which arrived during nor normal
mal normal operating hours wera abut'
out, the Canal rvealed today, in
June there were 13 such ahlDs.
In May, 10, and to April fourT
Canal Zone pilots, thdr
numbers decimated by Vaea- -tionbts,
are reported t have N
been working way above their
weekly total average ef work-
tog hours. i
Admlnistrativelv each iit

assigned one day off each week,
that is, one day when he Is not
"on call." But with t.r.Vf

ming the waterway pilots are
being pressed Into service as
needed any day, regardless of
whether it is their "dia libre
Unofflcialy it was understood
that one reason the- Orcades bad
to wait over 21 hours when aha
was only two-and-a-half-honra

late was te special needs of the)

Dig snip, saiety requirements
not only require that the hug
floating palace ret a "clear.'

cut" transit throueh flaiilard

Cut but that she complete hey -transit
during: davlitht houra

Thus to have run her in "out
of turn" would have caused an

due delay to other shins, aome

of which had arrived earlier.
Yesterday, the level of Gatna

Lake feU again, to a flat S3 feet
the lowest it's been in 1957. This,
level is only .61 of a foot higher -than
the ailtime low of 81.39 ta

which the Lake fell In May 1928,
and again in 1933. i t ..-

While the rains hold off in the

Gatun Lake basin, the abnormal
heat has caused high, loss by
evaporation. These factors,1 la
conjunction with the heavy
traffic, have caused Canal offl- -cials
to take a reluctant step ta
save water.
Caaal authorities, announced
yesterday that the use of shark
chamber lockages in handling
Canal traffic will be Initiated

next week aa a water conserve- ,-

tion measure during th present
low level of Gatun Lake, ; .
Thlg method of saving water
during long dry seasons has
been often used In previous)

years, the last Ume being In
1954. Approximately one-third
of a lock of water is saved whem

a ship Is locked through by short

lockage.

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eaught here in th set of smooching 19-month-old Donna
Bailey, get some faney ideas. Starting out esrly on courtship,
the Denver, Colo., youngsters found out there' always some somebody
body somebody around when two people went to be alone in this case,
Donna's dad, with camera.

6000 miles under water
have not impaired
the impermeability of this
Movado "Transat" watch

tmnwied ta tea water, a Movado
waterproof watch of serial production
Um Atlantic tram Lt Havre
to New York ana back with tha linar
"Ha Fraasa.' Khm this rtimrkabta
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sa aaifaet wsrtunf erder without a
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thorike The Panama Amer-
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TOO LATE
up with a belated good taMa-
fruit and vegetable air lift from
johnny on the spot at the time
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odd mt found nothing
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And

(.omment
By VICTOR RIISEL
There are 'now two ways to get
to browse through the secret files
of our government. One, slightly
Inconvenient, is. to whip up a spy
ring and steal them. The other is
to maka a Federal case out of it.
And tout's, exactly what a fellow
did recently in New Mexico. He
sued for libel in Federal court
there ist to force the FBI to open
its files.
This whimsical chap had lost
his job after an FBI security week.
So he suea for $400,000 on the theo theory
ry theory thst the defense would have to
put an FBI agent on the stand
and thus open the Bureau to a
court order forcing J. Edgar Hoov Hoover
er Hoover to bring in secret dossiers re revealing
vealing revealing informants, techniques and
the vital secrets.
This It better than a whodunit
en a rainy afternoon, even if thn
fellow's job war never regain
ed and the libel action dropped.
This case Js being carefully bird
doused by the Communists. The
Reds have shaken the tranquilizer
Dill marxet by abandoning it si
ter the Supreme Court decision
wmcn onened tne ibi tues.
Suddenly the American Commu
nists have deveiooed an affection
for our capitalist courts. They have
been busy in their meeting sees
ing some issue which will permit
one of their front men to make a
Federal "rase out of something'
anvthlna- which would force the
government to put an FBI agent
on tne stand to deiena nseu.
Once the agent is on the stsnd,
the litigant will ask for all the FBI
files on the matter. And if he gets
the day. to switch from hot Marx
ism to cool J. Edgar Hoover xor
reading.
Never underestimate the devo
tion of Khrushchev's comrades
here. Every move has at least two
meanings of its own. By getting
into court, the Communists can
now get a crack at some FBI files.
And bv letting tne worm Deer
over their shoulders as they read
aloud, they believe they can frigh frighten
ten frighten off the FBI's secret informers.
You ran 'take it as much tor
granted as gin takes tonic that
some of the highest Communist
Party leaders said recently in
what they thought wss secrecy
that "the Supreme Court decision
sounds the death Kneii oi tne ( Hi t
informsr system."
Thst isn't true yet because Mr.
Hoover end Attorney-General Her Herbert
bert Herbert Brownell will abandon some
criminal prosecutions rather than
expose their informants.
But if the communist undercov
er world or the criminal under
world which keep in close touch
-.re able to get their hands on
Juat one vital FBI file and just one
informer gets hurt, that will be
the end Of this source of secret in
formation for the government.
Thdt could also bo the end of
effective law ant order agen agencies.
cies. agencies. Ask any police department
what ifa worth If it lose what
the gendarmerie calls "Informa "Information."
tion." "Information." Without such help the po police
lice police couldn't crack case, from
dipsomaniacs to the mania do do-presslves
presslves do-presslves who dip into union
treasuries.
Suppose, for example, the Mc Mc-Clellan
Clellan Mc-Clellan committee sends a con contemptuous
temptuous contemptuous witness on to the Just Justice
ice Justice Dept. for prosecution. The fel
low then says I want to see not
only the FBI flies, out an tne dos dossiers
siers dossiers which counselor Bob Kenne Kennedy
dy Kennedy has accumulated in the Senate
racket busting committee's guard guarded
ed guarded headquarters.
There's only one way to protect
all files now In the possession of
the U.S. government. That's the
passag of a bill submitted this
psst Monday morning oy ien. Jo Joseph
seph Joseph O'Mahoney to the Senate.
where h was joined by Mssrs. Ke Ke-fauver,
fauver, Ke-fauver, Wiley, Eastland, Dirksen
and Butler This is tne iuu active
membership of the Judiciary Com Committee's
mittee's Committee's subcommittee on amend amendment
ment amendment to Federal Laws.
Sen. O'Mahoney has just told
me he will push this bill so it
can pass before adjournment next
month or the FBI lues will be
open for at least another year.
The Senator was joined by Kep.
Keatina. who oassed it on to the
Judiciary committee oi tne House
of Representatives. Chairman of
that committee is New York's E
manuel Celler. Celler says the bill
has been lost or misplaced, but
certainly hasn't gotten to him yet.
I told him the bill permits the
Federal judge in a criminal case
in iluiMa it i at vhlh FRI (lifts.
should be exposed and what part
oi mem.
Specifically, the bill says: "...
the court shall, on motion of the
defendant, order the U.S. to prod produce
uce produce for the inspection of the court,
in camera (secretly), such reports
... Upon such production, the court
shall thca determine what portion,
if any, of said reports and State
ments relate to the subject... and
the court shall excise... any por
tions... which tha court has de
termined do not relate to the sub subject..."
ject..." subject..." Celler said: "If the bill gives
the Federal judge the right to de decide
cide decide what files shall be open, 111
push it through. It sounds rea reasonable
sonable reasonable .."
It is reasonable. Ivon tha Sw
preme Court sold, tn Katies, in
Hs printed decisU that there
snail not aw "ony Wreed or blind
fishing wxpettitieA among docu document
ment document possessed by the govern government
ment government on that ohence that seme seme-thing
thing seme-thing might turn wp."

Walter Winchell In

THE HEAOLINERS
TV.. T.anrt nf What-HO is S-
twitter about Princess Margaret's
latest beau. He's 2i- she's 26. It
has created another national con con-and
and con-and Rritinh dailies are
debating the, subject. Apparently,
a castle is a glass nouse nu we
Princess is condemned to living
liCl U11TW I". J. -----
bly, her heart is ruled by antiquat antiquated
ed antiquated laws. Princess Margaret's right
to marry,, for example, is regulat-
A thd Rnval Marriatfa Act Of
1112. The measure was enacted by
George III as a bitter whim after
two of his brothers married wom women
en women of whom he disapproved. In
other words, a rriucesi aoesn t
have the romantic freedom extend extended
ed extended to any ordinary British lydy.
Some times the throne is a trap.
In the final analysis, more lmpori lmpori-ant
ant lmpori-ant than being famous Princess
is being a happy Woman.
Th nnhlii.' fascination with sex-
pots has almost .the unbearable
wonder or a cnua wim ms iirs.
toy. Everything about them is
frnm the dimensions Of I
their most Innocuous comments..!
The papers last week devoted
much spam to jane nusseus
earth-shaking declaration: 'If more
women would wear nightgowns in instead
stead instead of pajamas there wouldn't
he quite ad many hosted up homes.
Husbands hate wives with cold
feet. But all you have to do to
keep them happy is wind your
tootsies up in a hem and there
von are. I Aa it all tha tima'Th
news-stories neglected to mention
a tact wmcn explains mist nus-
ail 'o natslnn fnt niaht-tfiiirne War
next flicker is titled: '-The Fuzzy
rinx iNigntgown.
Maurice Chevalier radiates his
unique charm again in "Love in
the Afternoon." The 70-year old
French minstrel's lasting success
is hardly a surprise since noth nothing
ing nothing is so darn international and
popular as a smile or a love song.
A wink, a straw hat and a wide wide-wide
wide wide-wide grin have, been more durable
than the French government ..
Monsieur Maurice has declared:
"If I had to fight to stay up there
I'd give it up. But I'm not fight fighting.
ing. fighting. It comet very easily. I'm still
getting top rates"'... Writers have

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often sought to analyze Chevalier's
success. The best size-up is his
own explanation. The star has
pointed out: "Any third-rate sing singer
er singer has a better voice than I have.
But they sing from the -throat while
I sing from the heart.
Another charm-boy in the news
is Rex Harrison, whose mariage
to lovely Kay Kendall a. j-acted
huge headlines althout-j the im impending
pending impending merger was itemaJ in col col-yums
yums col-yums for months ... A friend once
explained why Harison lures Fair
Ladies: "A great deal of his charm
is his humor and lightness of touch.
No womtn can resist the chal challenge
lenge challenge of trying to make a man
lose both of them."
Lilli Palmer, his ex-wife, has a
dissenting opinion: "Englishmen
don't like women, at least not in
the way that Italians or French Frenchmen
men Frenchmen like them. Englishmen nion't
ever 'really look t a woman? The
greatest compliment Rex can pay
me is to say that being with me
is as good as being with a pal.
He's- a man's man, an English Englishman."
man." Englishman." .
Cary Grant is not one of Holly Hollywood's
wood's Hollywood's comets. He has the endnr endnr-ing
ing endnr-ing quality of a genuine star. In
"The Pride and the Passion" and
the forthcoming "An Affair to Re Remember,"
member," Remember," Grant turns in a pair of
Oscar-winning performances .. It
all began when Archie Leach left
home In England tr become a stilt stilt-walker
walker stilt-walker at carnivals., He eventually
migrated to Yankee Doodleburg,
changed his name and secured mi minor
nor minor roles In Broadway musicals.
One day he accompanied a friend
who was being screeh-tested. The
screen test required another ac ac-ter
ter ac-ter to say a few words. Grant ob obliged.
liged. obliged. His 30-second appearance
made a happy impression on mo movie
vie movie execs. The result was a film
contract, the silver of Stardust
and gold.
' Albert Schweitzer's H-bomb com comments
ments comments have gained page-one pro prominence.
minence. prominence. The great humanitarian humanitarian-scientist
scientist humanitarian-scientist once summed up his phi philosophy
losophy philosophy in a single memorable
phrase: "A reverence for life."
And he has made his life a reality
of that phrase... A friend who vi visited
sited visited him bt Africa was putting on
his raincoat when he spotted a

New York

beetle (which had been eating holes
in his coat) fall to the ground. He
started to step, on it when Schweit Schweitzer
zer Schweitzer restrained him and admonish admonished:
ed: admonished: "Please Hon'.. Remember you
l are a guest in Its country."
A recurring show biz story -r
from the shadows to the lights lights-may
may lights-may seem hackneyed and maw mawkish.
kish. mawkish. Nevertheless, it is constant
ly engrossing for the same reason
Cinderella has endured .. Jean
Seberg became a star in her ini
tial movie, "Saint Joan." Although
not all the critics have been kind
to Miss Seberg, it is well for her
to remember that the greatest have
stumbled. And the stumbling only
helped teach them how to succeed.
If you always try to succeed you
cannot fail. Failure comes only af after
ter after you give up; :
I iGetaldine page, who ; be-foiries
oo-mr. -tftvUia "Separate Tables
hit this week, once explained what
makes an actress an actress: "I
thought I wanted to be an artist,
but the pencil wouldn't go where
I wanted it to. Then I thought I
wanted to be a musician, but when
I couldn't learn a concerto in the
first lesson. I gave up. But when
I spoke my few lines in that Sun Sunday
day Sunday school play with such fervor
that someone in the audience cried
I decided to act."
A momentous communiaue was
issued the other day the forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming show season will have the
pleasure of Noel Coward's compa company.
ny. company. Dear Noel who has written
45 plays, several dozen songs and
dooks is undboutediy talented,
The Sophisticated One will be the
first to agree with anyone who
praises mm. wnen ne cucked at
Vegas, Jane Powell gushed: "I've
never been so thrilled in my life.
That's not Hollywood talking. I
mean it, I do mean it."
Coward responded: ."The nicest
thing in the world, mv dear, is to
be praised. It sounds warming
ana wveiy ana I aaore it."
History Is written in ink and
blood. And sometimes it is inscrib
ed with a piece of chalk,.. Several
years ago, the scientists working
on the H-bomb reached a dead
end. Weary and discouraged, they
held a meeting to discuss their
europe

.iEnRY
. .';! 1 ? : Mav at. aa

it.
WASirjNGTON-3 Harry Truman,'
. 1 1 .aw U . V. V. - j r
Mtuninfy tA hi, nirl haiinta oft Ca
pitol Hill where he used to serve
as a Senator, luncned in me ouice
of Sen. Lyhdon Johnson of Texas.
Pnaant uaa Kn WVn MorlS
of Oregon, onetime Republican.
' During the luncheon, ..Johnson
started .kidding .Morse, i
.-'"Wayce came down to Texas a
couple of years ago,'? said the Sen'
ttfh -tvnm n'uvaa 'anrt mArta A
alVl V ... v... l-.M t
speech about me. He said, '.Texas
is .antulcd to, haVe at Jeast ,two
Senators in Washington. But it
doesn't have -anyi Price Daniel,'
said wsyne represents me ou ui ui-Hnctrv
Hnctrv ui-Hnctrv and Lvndon Johnson "re
presents only himself.'
-:"Ana jnat speecn, Mj.rresi Mj.rresi-dent,".
dent,". Mj.rresi-dent,". interrupted Morse, ''cost
me, two heitcra,, I-was about" to
sell Lyndon two English red De-

isell Lyndon two English red De- The SL-prcme Court inl afl ov ov-vons.
vons. ov-vons. But after that speech I lost erwhelminK 70-1 decision na$ now
a customer' ; found for Jncks.,Jn doing so it
''Last fell' continu.d tha i Sen- did not : authorize any rummag-

ator from Texas banterlngly,
N.uka. 'amfawMa Ua im (ft.
ffll.'i .. a f i a " r
election I offered to go -out to
Oregon to help him, J told him
that I would make a speech for
him or, if it would help him mere
I'd make a speech aqainst him."
Thr wnfn rhiicVlii from ex-
PraaMan TVnman and AKnmhlp.d
guests. Senator Morse didn't say
much.
"What would have happened,"
ha noUerl "if T hadn't, henn re-e-
lectedl Cou would not have been
majority leader."
Despite the ribbing, or pernaps
henamrt r.t it pvprvnnA had a SOOd
time especially Truman.
THE FBI LOBBY
mthlie rplTfirTi lnhhvist for j. Ed-
gar .iHver, has been Duuonnoia Duuonnoia-ing
ing Duuonnoia-ing Congressmen on Capitol Hill
urging that'' they rush through a
i - - ,
now isw "In nrntppt p k TUPS.
As a result Congress will orob-
nn v lam. rnrfiiian a law npiniLR
the lateness of the session.- Chief
Aunoar la that thn law will CO tOO
far and be thrown out once again
oy tne supreme touri. r or tne
Supreme Court's ruling was has-
pA nn punetltiitlnn&l crrnund which
no Congress can change, regard-
a i La. r.a

less n J Ciogar noover or uu- """a - : ;
gressman Francis Walter of the who keeps careful aecouat gov-Un-American
Activities Committee, ernment pnoin g, rattled off eye-

mora nas oeen so inucu vwu- -gressionai
screaming about pro- ?t4,t.'rtfantV2rr
tocting FBI files that it woulJ be ed how touch, the Bd Burau

a gooa. wea zor
si ta.
.STO Mtae. MiU. and!
Smelter Workers Wf was con-
victed on the testimony of Harvey
Matusow, then an -undercover a
. . . .
eent tor tne rm. wiaiusow was r
mixed-up person who worked first
fnt th4- UT.T then for Sfiftator Me-
Kihen dedded he had'been
engaged In torturing innocent peo-
pie. Jo'ned a church, confessed all
U swore-onder oath that ne haH
This hnwfver came later, nur-
ingthe eS JenSri
Sroblema. During the conference,
, Edward Teller suddenly walk walked
ed walked to the blackboard and Quickly
wrote a series of mathematical
symbols. The assembled scientists
were astounded. Df. Teller had
solved the problem which made
possible the H-bomb. At that mo
ment, in a quiet classroom, civili
sation reached a crossroad.
How is a classic borri 'in the
Sabbath Times, Oscar Hammer Hammer-stein,
stein, Hammer-stein, disclosed that it began with
an excited, phone call from Jerome
Kern, who said: "I am reading a
story with a million-dollar title.
'Show Boat.1 I've read only half
the book and I've already got the
rignu trom dna Fesber. I am
going to get Flo Zlegfelt to pro produce
duce produce it. Do you want to do it with
mef" .. Hammer stein replied:
"I'll buy the book right away and
read it.'. ;
The threat of another World War
exists. Red China's barbarism was
made public. The Middle East
miffht exnlnd Navrfhalai tv.a
foregoing conflicts were overshad overshadowed
owed overshadowed in. the papers by another
battle: Tho Lit Taylor-Mike Todd
spat. The trouble with being Liz
TavlfW anil Mik-ar TnM ik.i ...
. avuu ,0 U, VH
live under a spotlightwhich mag-
nuiea, aisions ana burns ..As
Somerset Mauirhim mm nl..
"Love is a flame and where there
ia ure mere are sparks."
rr
fi i"irrxW''W-

'down the; hatcha tat;
nip ia Just not enough .for;
.-Dickie Boy who-dowh a
hearty belt vt -milk, from a
' baby's bottle in the best elbow-
bending fashion. The acrobatic
, feline, owned by Beth Margaret j.
iMcGee, cX Rochester. N. Tt,J
1 iix Xwi ,vi,a m.nTvftv

WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1957

.DAllYtlASHIf.'GTOi'j

eo aou;:D
. M , ... ;,,,,..

r MW MA R S O N

was', the only question before the
2iir.i-aan.u Pniifl Taillr.W 1pstivif1
k7Ui hiiv awa
he had made various reports a a-bout
bout a-bout Ji ncks to the FBI. Jencks's
attorneys then asked tolee these -reports,
y - .-
. SUPREME COURTS :
J. v,. WAS CAREFUL, !,
They diaW ask lo go through,
the FBI files. Tbey asked for spa spa-cific
cific spa-cific MatuJoW reports mentioned
. ,, .nH Portland1 thv ;

UU 1UC wivl"i"0 (,.v.:a ."r"
had some indication that Mitu Mitu-sow
sow Mitu-sow ;was a rrixed-up person-i who

was not tolling the truth; 4-as tat-
er demonstrated. At any rate they
a.n.. fka thaw hart thA frieht tO
examine hts reports for the pur
pose of trying to lmpeacniine wu-
nesq. ; i
U.U. IVL .MII1UI..V
in a fhrmioh iiVRT Hps. despite the
statement of lone dissenter Tom
Clark. t -, V
Justice Brennan the Eisenhow-
s' annriintAa Hrhn wrote vthft Opi-
nion, was extremely careful. Furth
ermore, tho supreme uoun-un .m
U.S. at 419) had ruled before that:
"The demand was for the -production
of specific documents and
did not propose any broad or blind
fishing expedition among docu documents
ments documents possessed by the ; govern government.
ment. government. ;. Nor was this a demand
for statements taken from persons
or informants not offered as wit-'
nesses."- -V
Noting this prior decision, Just Justice
ice Justice Bfcnnan wrote: "We reaf reaffirm
firm reaffirm and re-emphasize these es essentials...
sentials... essentials... Every experienced trial
judge ano trial lawyer knows the
value for impeachment purposes
of statements of the witness re regarding
garding regarding events before time dulls
treacherous memory."
It waa this carefully written,
narrow opinion which has caus caused
ed caused ail the wringing of hands on
Capitol Hill end the lobbying Of
.Lou Nichols- to get a new law
jammed through Congress,
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FORMER PRESIDENTS MEET Former President Harry S. Truman (right) left the speakers
(laud to welcome former President Herbert Hoover (left) at the dedication ceremonies In Inde Independence,
pendence, Independence, Mq.j of the Truman Library. Looking on is Harry' Gambrel of Kansas City, Mo., who,,
like Truman, is a former presiding judge of Jackson County Court. - w

Business Told To 7s!(e Long Look'
At 'Potentials For Red China Trade

- WASHINGTON, July 10 (UP) some in

c Commerce tecretar y Sinclair

t Weeks; today advised U. !. busi

nessmen and ot hers favoring

, American trade with Red,jLhina
to ."take; a long hard look" at the
possible consequences.

Weeks, defending the adminis administration
tration administration s ban on trader with the

Chinese- Communists, told a Sen

.. ate Commerce subcommittee that
'wcwiil not gamble with national
- security -Hc-pIso said the' China
trade-market is not as big as it

. might seem.,-
Week. was?, the lead-off witness
ac the subcommittee opened a
study, of: foreign; trad, with particular-emphasis
on possible trade
with Ked China. Acting chairman
George A, Smathers (D-Fla. said
; there may be broad trade oppor opportunities
tunities opportunities in the far east 'and Africa.
Tha r United States shut off all
trade .with. Red China after it in intervened
tervened intervened in the Korean War. Brit-
' am recently liberalized its trade
with the -Red mainland and there
have. been, reports some American

businessmen favor .similar U.- S.
action. r 4 i t
' Weeks said in reply to a ques

tion by Sen. Ralph W. Yarborough

view of the uncertain

ties of politically motivated and

state-controlled trade with totali totalitarian,
tarian, totalitarian, countries." ; .... ,i

Sen. William A. Purtell (R

Conn;, a 1 committee member,; said

in a statement that Weeks' test!

mony "should erase any false im

pression' to. the etiect that the

United States is considering' tern
porizmg with Red China."; :

Smathers, who presided at the

hearing in the absence of subcom subcom-mittee
mittee subcom-mittee Chairman Warren G. Mag

nuson (O-wash) said the group

planned to look into the entire

question of "existing trade bans'.

the advisabilit y of embargoes and

restrictions on travel and mail

service

Week refused to speculate- on

any chf nges in the administra

tion's Red China trade embargo.
However. he said that "current

events have intensified thei study

by-rthe i executive branch off the
East-West trade, problem." He. did
not elaborate. . i

. The trade embargo was sup supported
ported supported by, Sens, Charles E.. Potter
R-Mich and Andrew F. Schoep-

pel (R-Kans). Sen. John W. Brick

D-Tex) that he did not know er (R-Ohio) asked Weeks if trade

.which U. S. industries are pushing i with Russia's European satellites

for trade with the Chinese .Reds.

But nn oeciisrea: k

- "For those who .are. concerned

about losing business opportunities

. it may- be noted that .the .trade

.statistics -ol, the pre-coiwroi j.peri, j.peri,-oa
oa j.peri,-oa (Before the Korean WarV 'do

not be ar out their hopes lor

substantial market uvChina )?''-?:.'
"It is not at all certain ? that
the trade potential of the i free
world with Communist China will
be as great as anticipated, by

would hot strengthen the Russian
economy rather than bolster .any
spirit of independence in the satel satellite
lite satellite bloc, i 1
.Weeks said i he felt trade would

"strengthen the, pirit. pf inclcpend;
ence an these countries rather

than otherwise.'.. The government
tecently added about 200 items to

its use of peaceful items which

may be shipped to Russia's Euro

pean satellites without v special

license.

Miami Vandals Play
Vild 'Caddy Carl';
Dodgem On Links

MIAMI BEACH, 'July, 10 (UP)
Vandals, apparently teen agers,
played a- wild and' expensive game
of fDoagem" with1 caddv carts o-

t.uc auo'i iccixa" aim laii'waj'B
of the swank (LaGorce golf course

here, porce reported today..
Officers. said the vandals evi

aenxiy urokc into a garage wnere
the caday carts, normally used by

weaitny goiieis to transport them themselves
selves themselves and their clubs around the

course, were kept.

. Robert L. Ahern, concessionaire

and owier of the carts, said 11 of

the vehicles are found strewn, a a-round
round a-round tic (i.OOO yard" course. He
said all were smashed. Ahern

rents 75 of the carts, valued at

$2,000 each.
- I'
, 'It looks like thev drove" into

one another head-on," Ahern said.
"They ran into trees, ditches, sand

traps and raced over the fair fairways."
ways." fairways." '--,

The electric-powered carts pan

reach speeds of 10 to 12 miles per

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PRESENTS

- Today, Wednesday, July 10
4:00 Feature Review

4:30 What's Your Favorite (re.

quests taken by phona

v till 3:00) :,
B:3u New '.;''';.

1:35 What's Your F a t o r 1 ta

(cont'd) ry

6 jOO Interlude f?

tary (WRUL)

1:19 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

, REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Interlude
7:00 Guilty Party
7:30 Muslcland USA
8 :00J-Proudly We Hall x
t : 30 Musical Theater
9:00 You Asked For It (re (re-..
.. (re-.. quests taken by phont
till 7:30)

10:30 Cavalcade Of America

11:00 Jala Till Midnight
13:00 Sign Off.

Tomorrow, Thursday, July 11

A.M.
6: 00 Sign On Alarm Clock
. Club (requests taken
' by 'phone till 7:00)
7:30 Mornine salon Concert.

8:15 Church In The Wildwood

8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 As I See It
10:00 News ; y.

10:0' Spins and Needles (re.
quests taken by phone

tm 8:30)
11:00 News

11:05 Sp-ina And Needles

i (cont'd) i
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 News
P.M.
22:05 Musical Travelog
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:00 News
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The pioneers
1:45 Splrlt Ot The Vikings

Vocalist

Answer to Previous Punlo

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ACROSS
1 Youngest of
Bing's four
sons,,, Lindsay
7 Like his

'father, he is
IS Withdraw
. 14 Gratify

15 Showing lack

(music) :.'
1 Air raid
alirms

17 Tiny

6 Shouts
7 Shoveled
8 Sick
9 Born
10 His brother.

is on
r military, duty
,URoyaUtllan.
- family name
12 Pause
19 Goddess of
'.; infatuation

1 lTrthr aurav

22 Reply
23 Kitchen
utensils

24 Shops

T W i ; l. A m v I'
7hTo aT S rUggSl?
5n?e t I A n "Tel
UREA TOLI Tuff 1

18 He is a young a5Mri;john?oir

and others

House Group .Would Ease
GontrolsQn Natural Gas

i

WASHINGTON, July 10 (UP) ilype toiitrols- Over gas production

The House Commerce;' Committee

narrowly r approved "an Industry Industry-backed
backed Industry-backed tiill today to ease federal
price controls over natural gas
producers and j distributors The
vote was vlS to 13,5- :V:. ? (
- Speakei Sam Rayburn Tex) said
; he hoped the measure could be
brought, up for House action this
year, even though the Senate is

rot expected to act until aext
year. Tiiis would avoid ,a "-1958

election-year fight in ) the House
whrre opposition is believed

stronger. ;

Rep. Torbert H MacDonald (D (D-Jlass),
Jlass), (D-Jlass), who led. an unsuccessful

committee attempt to kill the bill,
predicted it would- be defeated on
tne House floor by .30 totes. Clt
was opposed chiefly by lawmakers
from gas consuming areas -
' Committee Chairman Orea Har Harris
ris Harris (D-Arfc), co-sponsor" of the
original bill, refused to predict the
fnal-outcome. But he said the
Irr :slatioa had considerably great great-tv
tv great-tv &iii)port .ia the committee than
trte luidl vote indicated v
Harris said he had been reli reli-aMy
aMy reli-aMy informed" that the. present
hiil had administration approval
even tho'ifch the committee reject rejected
ed rejected amendments "proposed by Pres President
ident President Eisenhower. The President
lias said it was important to enact,
legislation to encourage develop-'
ment of new sag supplies.

Before atnrovins the measure.

the commiiiee rejected 19 to 11
a substitute offered by MacDonald
It would have exempted small in independent
dependent independent producers from all con controls,
trols, controls, but would have continued
present controls onj other
producers.' '" ; ;
The iioufe approved a similar;
bill bv six votes in 1955. It was
vetoed by Eisetihower because of
what he termefi the "arrogant":
l'it t ving tactics by some segments!

ui wie i-as inatisiry. v.
Tiir csirrert hill would abolish
ti e rr" 'it -fowrement for utility

and distribution which are based

on "cost plus fair return." In

stead, producers would be allowed
the i going field price for, natural
gas.:. f, '.. -' ; ;
; In determining, a ""reasonable"

market price, the Federal Power

Commission, would be barred from

considering production costs of
producers.''. Eisenhower had pro

posed tnat tne commission be au authorized,
thorized, authorized, hut not required,! to con consider
sider consider production costs ;
Under 7lhes bill, neij producer
contracts would have, to be filed
With the commission. If it found
any proposed contract price to be
higher than the1, "reasonable mar market
ket market price" the contract would be
void. .', ,i' ..

The bill also would void any new
contract containing certain types

ot price escalator clauses or "in

definite price clauses '. which
FPC finds .contrary to public
terest.,:'.

Veslern Outlaws

Steal Tombstone

01 Fumed Marshal

COLMA, .Calif., July 0 (UP) (UP)-Wyatt
Wyatt (UP)-Wyatt Earp has been dead 28
years, but the West's outlaws are
still giving him trouble.
A pair ot thieves broke into the
Hills of Eternity Memorial Park
Sunday and stole the tombstone
marking' the graves of Earp and
his wife, Josephine.
The thieves duff two feet into

the ground in a futile effort to

find the urn holding the remains

of the legendary U.S. marshal.

The 300-OOUnd crranite tin hnr

the inscription, "Wyatt Earp 1848 1848-1929,
1929, 1848-1929, Josephine Earp 1861-1944."
It measured 16 inches wide and

zz inches long.

Tom Finn, a gardener at the

cemetery, noticed the marker was
gone when he reported for work
Sunday morning. Police found the

footprints of two men beside the

grave. They said the thieves prob

acy carried tne stone to a truck

or car.

Morris Coll on, superintendent of

the cemetery located in a San

Francisco' suburb, said many per persons
sons persons had visited the grave since

its location became publicized last

spring. fr-t:

3:00 Tex Beneke Show
3: 15 Freddy Martin Show
3:30 Much-B 1 n d 1 n g-In-The-
Marsh .. .

3:00 Hank Snow And Hu

Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kay e Show
3:30 Music For Thursday ''
, 4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re.
quests taken by phont
pW'tm .,3:001 ...v-:;-
. :S0lNewa: i ; 1 '-1 1 ,

:35VvTiat's"Your Favorite

(cont'd) j -.,
6:00 Interlude

fl: 15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Interlude
7:00 Goon Show
7:30 VOA Report from U.S.
6:00 Elizabethan Theater
6:30 Take It From Hero
9:00 You Asked For It (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phonr
till 7:30)
10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan Pan-,
, Pan-, una : .,

20 Still,,.,
21 Light sewers
25 Made pf oats
. 28 Redactors
32 Remains
33 Sea skeleton
34Let
39 Expunge
36 Ot Siena,5
Italy
39 Conducted
1 anew ,
40 Aridity
42 Little (Scot.)
45 Novel

46 Knock
49 Bullfighter
.52 All i i
55 Leveed
56 Motive- 1
87 Pesters ;.
58 Scatters ;
. d6wn 1
Bird's crop
2 Plexus v
3 Sipuan Indian
4 Transgression
3'Fcminine; -
undergarment
. t

28 Gudrun's.

husband

27 Yarn
29 Verbal
30 Demolish
31 Winter
vehicle ,J"
37 Ecclesiastical
councils
88 Mariner's
: direction

41 Pitchers

43 Change

4,; position
44 Scope ";
'44 Get up ..
: 47 In a line ..
48 Writing tools 1
80 Abstract being'
;' SI Scottish
sheepfold

S3 Seine

42 Let it stand .H. 94 Sailor

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Kinapped Merchant
Forced To Drive
Captors 300 Miles

MIAMI, July 10 (UP) A young
Miami merchant told police today
that he was kidnaped, robbed and
forced to drive his captors about

300 miles to Ocaia at gunpoint.

Autnorities said they were
checking the story of George Kab-

baby, 23, whose brother reported
him missing yesterday.
Kabbaby, a grocer, said he had
stopped for a red light at a Miami
intersection Sunday night when

two men approached his car. One

of them; he said, pulled a gun
and then both got into his vehicle.
"He stuck a gun in my ribs
and told me to start drivine. We

finally wound up in Ocala," Kab-

Daoy said.
He said when thev arrived In

Ocala, the men took $34 from him
allowed, him to keen $10 for his

return trip, He said they warned

iiim mai u ne went to no ice

"They'd have a friend takA

of me."

Inks Papers

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To

TAMPA, Fla.July 10 (UF)Cirw
cuit Judge Hary Sandler yester yesterday
day yesterday officially ended a long .court
battle and signed the papers mak-
int. li,tlA la.nnl. Maria VlllanM

the legally adopted daughter of f
Mr. and Mrs. Dubell Dukes. 5

- The action thus gave the 31-J-j
year-old child to the Dukes, who;
had raised her from a sick andi
homeless infant only to have then

court rule that they were too, old
and too poor to provide her with
a good home.

The circuit, court ruled IT t

months ago in favor of the State!

Welfare Department, but the rul

ing was reversed June 1Z by thai

State Supreme Court, which' deem-
ed it a privilege to be reared by

poor but honest parents. f

Dukes, 48. is a hardware stock!

clerk who earns some 33,000 a f
year. Mrs. Dukes, 63,. receives a
small pension. Jeannie Marie ie''
their only child.

Kefaiivef Demands Full
Diagnosis Of Inflation

10:45 Temple Of Dreams

11:00 Concert Under The Stars.

WASHINGTON, July 10 (UP)

Sen. Estes Kefauver (D- Tenn.)

has called for "complete and

thorough diagnosis" to determine
the cause of the inflation now fac facing
ing facing the country- 1

Hat' said the administration's

"tight money" policy is the

"wrong remedy for sucn lnria-

tion and that it "prescribes a sed

ative which has yet to prove its

value. r ;

Kefauver, in a siaiement pre

pared for Tennessee radio and tel

evision aations, saia ms enie

Anti-trust and Monopoly subcom

mittee will begin an investigation

of industry prices..
He said the inauiry will be .sep

arate from the current Senate Fi

nance Committee investigation of

fiscal policy and money matters.

said, wi'l;.'deal with industries
w h ic h maintain "administered

prices ported prices at which
they will sell regardless of the
fluctuation of demand.

Kefauver said the administra

tion's money policy1 has failed to
control inflation because "we are
having a different kind of infla

tion."

"The answer Is simply that some
concentrated industries have the
power to raise prices seven when
demand is falling, and do not hes hesitate
itate hesitate to exercise that power. Steel
is just one such concentrated industry."

Actor Jeff Hunter!
Married To Model
HOLLYWOOD, July 10 (UP) -Actor
Jefirey Hunter and model

Dusty Bartlett were married Sun Sunday
day Sunday at 0.1a i. Calif.. 65 miles north

of here.

The bride is the danphfor nf

Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Killian

ot ucKspii, Ariz, shji previously

Phoenix Arjz biaessmsmf Hun Hun-ter
ter Hun-ter formerly was: married to ac actress
tress actress Barbara Rush.' ,;

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He noted that the steel industry

announced a $6 a ton steel .price

increase last week while the in industry
dustry industry itself "is operating nearly

20 per cent below its full capacity."

He said the law of supply and

demand was not responsible lor tne

price hike; and added:

the
in-

Scienlisls Blame f
infeclioni Oh Uck
OrGamrna Globulin

TITTSBURGH, July 10 -(UP)-Twe
University, of Pittsburgh
scientists warn that children with

bone defects mar be suffering

from a blood condition that lowers
their resistance to infections.

Drs.. William J. Kuhns and Ir

win A. Solow have discovered that

persons with bone and skin defects
may have a shortage of gamma

gionuiin in uie Diood.
Since the- gamma globulin (GG)
contains mo!t of the antibodies
that fight disease, such persons

Atlan tan Beaten

To Death, Mom

Hurt In Robbery
Atlanta! July io (up') Po

lice said yesterday that a 53-year-

oid man was beaten to death and
his wealthy 78-year- old mother

wounded critically Sunday in what
appeared to be a robbery attempt.
A newspaoer delivery bov found

the body of Robert Hanbury lying
in a pool of blood oo the front

porch of his house early Sunday

morning. v . ; .
Officers who answered tlV call

found Mrs. Carrie S. Han bury ly lying
ing lying on the floor just inside the

nouse, apparently tne victim of a

beating. -f. .-. 4
Police said robbery was appar apparently
ently apparently the motive. They said sev several,
eral, several, rooms in the borne were ran ransacked.
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Swarthmore ColleBe in Juhc.

The bridegroom is the sob of

Professor and Mrs. George W.

Kiddei o Amiierst. He is a grad

uate of Amherst College and is

i.ow doing graduate work in Phil Phil-udeluhi.i.
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For her wedding, the bride wore
e ballerina -length dress of white

silk, with a luted bodice ana a
Poiiifart skirt, her elbow length
veil sf illusiou jwas held in place

with a coronet of orange Diossoms.
She carried a : white orchid sur sur-rotinded
rotinded sur-rotinded bv-. white roses and lilies
of the vaifey.!
The maid, of honor, Miss Ma-

nan Kvjins.'oi uaiDoa weignis-,

was c-nvned -in pale green taffe

ta ano carried Dale yellow roses.

Robjlt B. Whitney. Jr., of Am

herst, served as Mr. Kidder's best

man; the ushers were jonmw.

Lewis, brothei of tne onae, ana
Rush worth Kidder, the bride

groom's brothers., t

A reception at tne Jfenn Lincoln

Hotel in Wilkinsburgh followed the

weddini' ceremony, lhe motner oi

bride wore pale blue with match

ing accessories and an orcnia

corsave The mother of the bride

erooni wore pale grey wiin iur-

quoise accessories and a corsage

of orchids.

The young couple are spending

I heir roneymoon at L,ane ueorge
They will live in Philadelphia.

MRS. GEORGE WALLACE KIDDER whose wedding took place
in Wilkingsburg, Pennsylvania recently. The bi'lde is the for former
mer former Miss Mary Elizabeth Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
F. Lewis, former Cahal Zone residents. Mr. Kidder Is the son
, of Prof, atid Mrs. George W. Kidder of Amherst.

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" eve-" nlng, July 18.
Miss Thebom Is currently on a tour of the Latin Amer Amer-i
i Amer-i lean countries, travelling under the auspices of the Amer Amer-!
! Amer-! lean National Theatre and Academy (ANTA) and the Pres Pres-t
t Pres-t ident's Fund for Cultural Presentations.
, Tickets may be obtained through the members of the
! rinh

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XiWr-Ltwi

IlVfdding
In "fVilkinsburg, Penna.'
At! a double ring ceremony per performed
formed performed June 15 in the First 'Pres 'Pres-!bytJrian
!bytJrian 'Pres-!bytJrian church in Wilkinsburg,
iPchfcsvivania. Miss Mary Eliza-

.Tjeyi Lewis became the bride of

George Wallace Kidder III of Am Amherst,
herst, Amherst, Mass.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Lewis, for former
mer former residents of the Canal Zone.
She attended the Canal Zone
schools and was graduated from
fialbo-j HiKh School with the class
oi 1953. She was graduated from

Or. Gilbert Chat i
Will B Cuts Of Honor

At Cocktail Party-

Mr. and Mi. Paul T. Chase

are giving a cocktail receptiort to

night for Dr. and Mrs. uilbert

Lhase. at their home in uou

heights. Dr. Chase, author of A-

merica s Music and other books
on music, is visiting Panama while

on a lecture tour of tne central

American area. He will .give sev several
eral several lectures on musical themes
while there, including, notes on the
history of jazz at the National U U-niversity
niversity U-niversity on Tuesday evening, Ju July
ly July 16.

BritUh Aid
Laditt Pot
Oldtimor Pationlr
The Ladies of the British Aide
Society give a part at the Red
Cross Retreation Room at Gorgas
Hospital recently for some of the
"old time" British subjects who

had ceen active in the construc construction
tion construction days ol the Canal. Also in

vited Were other patients irom
Wards 10 and 13.

Thaiprora)iR3 the afternoon
cansisliL.oliitnaou.ThaUadiea isrv-

ea punqo anu cwivu inu imu a
little gift f6r each man.

Menibers of the committee who

assisted were Mrs. Mary iBiggs,

President, Mrs. Marian Wilcox
s:id Mrs. Gloria Halman.

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needs is to know how and when lity.

ro say :a'o tnd to have the gump

tion to go ahead and sav it

A friend recently told me. '"I've

got myself into more jobs than I

can naiiciie tor the.cnmincr vear

simply because I don't have the

courage to say 'No' when I should,
Most housewives- suffer from the

same lack of starch in the spine

MISS TELVITA STANZIOLA will takejart in the Debutantes'
Ball at, the Union Club, Friday; This Ball is an annual event
which attracts many menibers of Panama and Canal Zoiie S S-.'
.' S-.' ; ciety. Proceeds are given to charity, mv-

AVIANCA HAS NEW SERVICE TO BOGOTA,
QUITO AND LIMA

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Mr. and Mr.i. Armando Petruz-

zelli from Hollywood, Cal., were

met on their arrival on tne ur-

eades yesterday by wo old friends
Mr. arid Mrs. James Dunn (the

Harnei.t and Dunn dance team)
who tok them on a tour of the

Isthmus.
The Petruzzelli boarded the ship

late last night after dining with

the Dunns at the Hotel El Pana

ma. They will continue their trip
on to Europe, where they plan to

spend some time visiting Mrs. re
truzzelh's relatives in England.
(CONTINUED. ON PAGE 5)

(PA-C) Flying the shortest
and fastest route from New York

to; South America, AVIANCA (Co

iombian National Airways) will r-

riaugurate today deluxe Constella

tion passenger service to the West

Coast capital cities of Bogota, uui

to and Lima. This will be the first

time the three capitals have been
linked by one air carrier directly

from New York.

The flights will leave New York

international (Idle wild) Airporj at

12:30 a.m., on Tuesdays and .Sat

urdays. This new El Inca serv

ice augments AVTANCA's three

El Colommano" flights a week

to Bogota via Jamaica and. Ba Ba-rranquilla,
rranquilla, Ba-rranquilla, and the two "El Andi-

no" flights to Colombia via Mia-
I v : n 1 1 i

mi, Jamaica, oarranquiua. ivieae

lun and Call.

With Jamaica the only stop en

route, tne inca service is
scheduled to arrive in the Colom Colombian
bian Colombian capital at 9:50 a.m nine
hours and twenty minutes after
leaving New York The, flight is
due at the Ecuador capital Ht
1:40 p.m. and in Peru at 6 p.m.
"'This Hi west ; afl ditto toMVlAH-

CA'S international epCTation;" de-1

dared Jorge Saavedra, Special
Representative for Panaipa and
Central America, "should prove

attractive Uo the many business
and professional men, as well as
industrial leaders who ."frequently
travel between the United States,
Panama, Colombia, Ecuador and
Peru." There will be no increase
in rates for, the "El Inca" flights.
Passengers from Panama can now
visit Bogota, Quito and Lima.
The new flights have excited the

tourist industries of Ecuador and.

Peru. Both countries have excel excellent
lent excellent facilities for tourists and ma many
ny many historical points of interest. ;
In addition to connecting Peru
and Ecuador directly with New
York, AVIANCA is also providing
Quito with the only airplane serv service
ice service to Europe.
Effective with start of the New
York-Lima service, AVIANCA is

moving the southern terminus
from Bogota to Lima for its week
ly European flights. The Lima,
Quito, Bogota flight to Europe via
Puerto Rico will provide sleeper
accommodations at slight extra
cost. ,l'
This news European service of

LAVIANCA is th onhrdiracteon-

fhection Quito will 1vff ( witl

France and Germany. The flight

also stops at Santa Marian Lisbon

and Madrid in addition to Bans

and Frankfurt

By DONALD .S. ROCKWELL
i In spite of the summer exodus
of New Yorkers to seaside and

mountains, the heavy Influx of

out-of-town visitors keeps thea theaters
ters theaters and the most popular res restaurants
taurants restaurants comfortably filled.

Outdoor r summer ?' entertain

ment is well under way with free
concerts bv the Goldman Band

on the Central Park Mall, pres-when it comes to saying "No" toan right"; when she should ,' say

entations of "Romeo and Juliet ,oemanos on tneir time and energy. "No'1, and stick to it. : :

at Theater Under the Stars inr Working women feel no com 'Before long she is running a a-Central
Central a-Central Park and in other city I punction about turning down a iob round In circles, scurrying from
parks, and 'Pop" concert by or an office on the grounds that meeting to meeting, job to job.
various symphony orchestras at they simply do not have time for,- For spreading herself so thin

SPREAD THIN
Because her time is supposed
to be her pwn, she is made to
feel selfish if she doesn't give un un-stintingly
stintingly un-stintingly of it to every demand that
comes her way.

So she weakens and. says "well,

Lewlscjha Stadium.

After cocktails, when appetiz appetizers
ers appetizers have been selected, main
courses and salads ordered, talk
often turns to current plays and
books. Among tne hit shows fre frequently
quently frequently discussed are "Separate
Tables"! with Margaret Lelghton
and Eric' Portman, "A Hole In
the Head" with Paul Douglas,
"Auntie I Mame" with dynamic
Rosalind Russell, recently closed
fori vacation but reopening Aug.
5, and Eugene O'Neill's "Long
Day's journey Into Night" with
Frederick March and Florence j
EldrldKe. directed W Jose Quln-

tero of Panama, which has just
taken bff for a limited engage

ment in Paris, with the New
York re-ODendne scheduled for

Aug. 19. Down in the Village

"Three Penny opera" still coa
tinues its long run.

it.

i Yet housewives, many of whom

she gets little thanks and few re
wards. Sse is so busy doing what

work, lunger hours that a business is' "expected" of her she doesn't
woman, feel they V can't plead have time-to do the things .she,
..Just too busy.". ) would really like to do. .

averpne" seems to assume that And all because she doesnjt have
a housewife can always find time. the gumption to say ''No!' n when'
for one more job and .the energy she wants to.

. One book that they are chat-

tine about in, such smart places

as Voisin, Colony and Armando's
and romantic spots like Monsig Monsig-nore
nore Monsig-nore and Chez Vito. is "Woman

Surgeon," the fascinating auto auto-bioirranhv
bioirranhv auto-bioirranhv of Elsfe K. La Roe. M.

D., whose exciting adventures irj

international intrigue ; are as
thrilling as her .amaaing surgical
restorations of, the maimed,
scarred and disfigured.

tists said today they have discov

ered a -new. element in Quantities

so small it has not yet been seen

by the- human eye.

The joint international research

team made the discovery ele
ment 102 in the atomic table-

by bombarding curium, element

9b, witn carbon ions.
Paul R; Fields, .group leader, in

Argonne National Laboratory's

cnemistry division, told a news
conference at which the discovery
was announced that so far ; ''no
practical value" has been found

tor element 102."

However, he said the Aiseavtrv

has "expanded man's understand

ing or mmeriA.':4.f-rit'i-':

Argonne "scientists renresented

At Eric Rosen's Grtnzing, 325 Dro4fi v Th to ..

iiasi new -"b -"'tisu from Britain's atomic energy
Gloria Mota, Italian-Portugese research establishment at Harwell
musical comedy song stylist, and and the Nobel institute for Phvsics

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Marianna D'Ooro. spinto-sopra

no prima donna, are pleasing
natrons of this noDular Viennese

restaurant and night club. s
Kathi Krikls, Greek coloratu coloratura
ra coloratura soprano, the songs and gui guitar
tar guitar of jovial m. c. and baritone
iobft oarson. known las 5 "The

International Bertnader,--wism'
voice 'was' "dubbed" for the uv uveal
eal uveal numbers of Gregory f Peck,

and the gypsy music of violin
virtuoso Bela Villanyl and his
ensemble, continue to make

hit with lovers of continental

cuisine by candle-light.

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For New Element 102

CHICAGO, July' Iff (UP) Amerl-lformedl The insUtute Is named in

can, British and Swedish, scien-ihonor of the late Swedish chemist.

Alfred Nobel. . .'
. Argonne laboratory provided the
rare isotopes of curium used in
the experiments.
The curium was shipped to Har Har-well,
well, Har-well, where British Scientists pre prepared
pared prepared the material for the exneri-

ments and provided a rare isotope
of carbon carbon 13 which was
used to bombard the curiu par par-tides.
tides. par-tides. .-(-. ,
Fields said element 102 it radio radioactive,
active, radioactive, emitting alpha particles. $
He said scientists doubt that It:

exists naturally on earth. Instead,

mc ueuevp ii lormea in tner- v.
monuclear teactions such f as ex
plosions of sUDernovan unrf :tir.

haps H-bomb blasts, he said.
Fields recalled that' elements M'
and 100, Einsteinium and Fermi,
um, were found in 1955 in the ri

brig of the first H-bomb explosion.
The quantity of element Ml

studied in the experiments s was
."infinitesimal," Fields said,
"about 75 atoms." Scientist have

not yet isolated enough to be seen
with the human eye, but Fields
said that was no major impedi.

meiu io siuay oi uie element, ;

in oiocKnwm. r
American and British research
ers proposed that the- new ele element
ment element be named Nobellum after
the,! Swedish institute where the
actual experiments were per-

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Among the stars of local radio
and stage who are slated to par participate
ticipate participate in the "Big Show," being
snonsored by the Sojourners Bene

volent Friendly Society, are mam-

bo dancer l.ucy namirei anu we
acrobatic duo comprised of Joa-

fquin and Bella.

Th show will be under the di

rection of showman Danny Bishop,
and Dave Constable will act as
mnsfpr of ceremonies. Also billed

to perform on the evening of Fri Friday,
day, Friday, Aug. 9, is' versatile song styl stylist
ist stylist ilcilda Bascomb and ventrilo ventriloquist
quist ventriloquist Rafael Assue.

These are only a few of the
name talent who will be taking
part in the presentation. K
Tickets can be obtained from
anv member of the committee on

arrangements or from members of

the spciety.

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Accused of Robbery;

Super' Fights lo$r:
Of Job Before Trial

TITUSVUXE. Fla.. Julv 10 (ITP

A $200-a-week superintendent. of
labor at the Cuided missile hasp

test center here, fired after he
was charged in Daytona Beach

witn a 3,000 robbery, today' prO-

lesiea tne Joss 01 nis lOh an "rim

crimination."

"A man is innocent until proven
Kuilty," Edmund Lee Trask, 39, of
Daytona Beach, said., -"I haven't
even had a preliminary hearing

in me cnarge.
Trask said he would a'a to the

union "and anywhere efte I : can

think of" to get aid in restoring

nis jon.

. Trask, who had worked for the

Hartmann Construction Co. at the

base, said he was fired because

nis employer learned he was

charged with "a crime. 'He said

when he reported to work'Mon

day, the foreman told him the

company could no longer trust
him. ' ; .. :

"And only recently they com commended
mended commended nie for doina a sood iob

in the field,"" Trask said. ,
Trask and Leroy Parcell, 36,
also of Daytona Beach, were
charge.) on an affidavit sworn out

ay Joseph Coomes. Coomes told
police the two men rifled Nhls a-j
partment June 13 'and got away
with nearly $5,000 after they had
been on a bar-hopping party. 1

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NASHVILLE. Tenn.. July 10

(UP) A bride 63 years old and
her 21 year-old husband figured to today
day today they wouldn't go on a honey honey-mon.
mon. honey-mon. The bride said they'd just
keep on fthelling beans.
Thomas Henderson 21. took' a
wife triple his age Monday after
they earned -money to buy the
marrkge license by shelling beans
at the city market.
"We're going to find a place of

our own pretty soon," said Mrs.
Henderson, who has been .mar .married
ried .married twice before.. "I guess we'll
just go on shelling beans for a

living."
Henderson said it was1 "just.
love at first sight" when he spot

ted his future wife," then Mri.

jfiorene, morris, ; several weens

ago. -; I-.,-'-..., '...y

He said, his lather and- his

brother told him that "an older
vomai would be better rto me
than young one."

The father. J.- R. Henderson.

said the marriage was' "a prettr
quick thing" but added, "Thomas
is now over 21."

Mrs. Henderson said she 'had

Wished Henderson would quit star
ing at her when she first saw him.
"Now I wouldn't take anything

for him," she said. "I sure was

tired of living alone."

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' : : SDAY, JULY 10, 1957
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Retirement Party ,.

Fiannad For -
t.'tr. and Mr. Disharoon '1r

Plans are being made for re

tirement party, to be given jury

19 at the Gamboa Golf Club, in

honor of Mr. and Mrs. Paul M.
Disharoon. Mr Disharoon retires

the end of July as chief engineer1

oi ine iioMing crane iiercuies. ne

and his wife plan to maice jneir
home in Cape Charles, Va.
The nartv will be a steak' din

ner and will begin at 7:30 p.m.,

xn-neis, ai o per jrersun, wiu iu iu-elude
elude iu-elude dinner and drinks, and are
available either at the Golf Club

or the Dredging Division's Gam'
boa Field Oifice.
Mr. Disharoon came to the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus in 1924 and has never work

ed for : anv other Panama Canal

unit except the Dredging Division,
lie has served on practically ev

ery type of the Division's floating
equipment, including v the : big
dredee Mindi which Tie rode v to

the Isthmus during the early part

of World War II soon .after tne

dredge was built..
Mr. Htnryx Rosens 1 n
Entertains Patients '
At Gergas Hospital
, On Saturday night, June 29, Mr.
Henry Rosen of the National, In Institute
stitute Institute of Music in Panama enter entertained
tained entertained the patients at Gorgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital with his accordion.
Mr. Rosen,, recently -arrived from
Israel, is a professor of cello at
the National : Institute, of Musix.
Borb in Istambul, Turkey and ed educated
ucated educated in Athens, he was grad graduated
uated graduated from the Athens Conserva

tory of Music He, also studied in
Paris and in Prague. w
This program was arranged

through Miss Sara Bomberg, Di

rector of the Red Cross at Gorgas

H(Kpiiai. -

Sator-Wardlaw
Marriaeu

Annoinctd
The 'marriage of Mrs., Lang

Wardl.w to Mr: Ralph H. Sartor
on Mayt 12 in Watertown, New
York has been announced.. ;

Mr. and Mrs. Sartor are now

making their home at Drum Point

Farm,; Saint Michaels on the East

era Shore of Maryland. Mrs. Sar

tyr, an Isthmian resident for ma

ny years, left in 1950. Mr, sartor

was an engineer on the Canal

Zone during the construction days

Pedro Miguel

Boat Club Announces

Free Buffet Supper

The Entertainment Committee

of the Pe'dro Miguel Boat Club
announces a Free Buffet Supper

for members and then: guests on

July 12. at 6;30 p.m., at the club.

All members and their guests are

invited to attend this butfet.

O

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

(bb Health Bureau
Anniversary Dance
S!:isd For July 27
: Final plans are .-underway for
Club Health Bureau's anniversary
dance slated for July 27 at the

Casino Vina del Mar -commencing

at Sf p.m. t

? David Watts will be- heard In

!he latest blues" hits.VThis popular
song sylist has been heard on his

own rdio broadcasts ana nas Deen
soloist with leading dance orches
tras. "The Crooners" a recently

formed 'vocal ensemble, will be

heard in the latest "rock and roll

liits. - v (

Jabao Jarvis and his.Sonoramic
3oys will furnish the dance .mu .music".
sic". .music". Highlight of, their performance
will be the 'introdaetiorivrf their
latest imported arrangements. The

male and female door prize twin-

uers will cut the club s' anniversa

y cake.

Spec'al arrangements tave been

nade with tne wicro iaxi Agency

o furnisb transportation to dance
;oers at a special reduced rate.
Atlantic Siders desiring t invita'

ions or reserved tables may co
act Alfred Hibbert of Allan.Ham Allan.Ham-in
in Allan.Ham-in and Pacific Siders may con-

act any members of the, club or

iugh Adams at 3-zatsi ranama.
i portion of the proceeds will be

urned over to cnamaDie msuiu
ions. 1

. Each notice for incluiien in thM

, column should be 1 submitted ; m

typi-written form and mailed 'o -tho
box number listed daily In "So "Social
cial "Social and Otherwise," ; or dalivared
b hsnd to tha office, Notics of
heatings cannot y be acciptad bv
telephone.' -, 7

Gen. George W. Goethals

Post No. 3835 VFW

The next regular business meet meeting
ing meeting of the General George W. Goe Goe-ihals
ihals Goe-ihals Post Nu 3835, Veterans of
Foreign, Wars of the U..S. will be

held ai the Post Home, in Coeoli

at 7:30 p.m. this Friday. All mem
bers are requested to attend.

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Ike To Visit
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Rhode Island
On Vacation

WASHINGTON, July 2 (UP) (UP)-President
President (UP)-President Eisenhower has chosen
a naval base off fashinable New Newport,
port, Newport, R.-1., for his vacation this
summer "if and when." he takes

ODe, the White House announced

toaay. :",;-','. -i
The base site of the U.S.U Naval
College, is .located on .Coaster's

Harbor Island in Narrangansett

Bay.. It would provide the Presi

dent with a secluded haven for re-

tPut the ace of clubs in the
est hand and let him open a

spade and this slam won't make.

This r possibility dees -, not

change the fact that North and

South should reach the slam and

the way the cards actually lay

it was unbeatable. The problem

was how to bid it and my son

Jim, and Woody Schafer of Dal

las solved it aulte nicely.

, Woody, amine South, opened

one heart. Jim responded with

two diamonds and Woody raised

him to three. Jim bid three
spades, Woody three no-trump

and Jim four hearts.

This left it squarely up to
Woody. : Obviously Jim could
have jumped right to fou hearts
over Woody's three diamonds.
Then why had Jim bothered to
bid three spades? He wasn't try.

ing to get to no-trump as he

had gone right out of that con'
tract. He couldn't really be try

ing to find a spade fit at that

stage. Jim naa maae an unnec unnecessary
essary unnecessary bid for one purpose only,

to show that he was interested

in a slam, -y- ;:-v--

MISS ANA PLENA BOYD is one of Panama's lovely young so socialites
cialites socialites who wiU take part in the Debutantes' Ball, which win
bo held at the Union Club on Friday. Proceeds from the Ball
will be given to the Damas Ouadalupanas. ;

'Elizabethan Era In Fashion
- i : .- ll v f t .--
To Stem From QuiSrrs Visit

i v.

It was perfectly reasonable to

assume that Jim would hold the

exact hand he, did. Two aces, a
five-card diamond suit to the

klne-iack and a singleton club.

It was also nossible that Jim

mieht hold the .klng-aueen-iack

of spades instead of tne ace. xn

this case mere would be no siain

but woody had a way to find

out about this, c v

Woodv bid four no-trump asK

Ing for aces, Jim responded five

laxation, and excercise in the. surf Warts to show two aces and

, By UNITED PRESS
LONDON. (UP) July 10 So

jet Deputy Foreign' Minister Va-

Brian riu on western piupuau
a set experts to work on details of

n inspection system to eniorce
tie ban on atomic and hydrogen
weapons .tests: ( .-
'To bring experts together is a
raste of time:" -', .'-
WASHINGTON Sen.' -Richard
i. Russell (D-Ga.) promising an
11-out fight against the civil rights

ill: : ,
"Call it a filibostei if. yoo wish.
' we did not resist, we would 3iot
e worthy to be called mem God
ives us strength to demean our our-Ives.
Ives. our-Ives. as men and ai our people
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WAbiiiUTUN &en. raw n. r t -g, .
ouglas (Dill.) rxging approvaUUAM PCfK LUhan
SpIp Pomihlinan Leader WU-JrU. J IIJ VUUUII

am F.- Knowland's (Calif.) mv-

on to have the Seijate drop -all
.her pending business to take up

te civil rights biur.- 5

"What we are trying lo do is to

ake effective in actual life the! v 1 X ; "

institutional rights of all citizens
regardless of race and color-

iraarily the right to vote.

andiwnifcjU&, u VJKiist-i

Its proximity to Newport would

put the President near one of the

nation's most famous resorts. The

bay shoreline is dotted with luxuri

ous summer homes built by New

York. 'socialites, frMJfk ir', H'.:vi

Eisenhower's plans, like those of

un m oiner people w me cnuiiai.

depend to a large extent on what

Congres does.? He normally would

not start' his vacation until after

Congress adjourned.. ; ; ,,. :-

But rress Secretary James C.

Hagerty said it was possible the

President would leave beforehand

this year since the Senate is ex

pected to be tied up in a civil

rights fight most of the summer.
House Republican Leader John
W. Martin Jr. said after a White
House legislative conference today
that if the Senate gave the House
permission to recess during the
debate there-would be "now rea reason
son reason why the President could not

take a vacation too" v

The selection of the naval base

ended several weeks of speculation
as to where the President would

vacation this year. The Cape Cod

area had been the most frequently

mentioned possibility. .
dent's favorite sports golf, fresh
"Call it a filibuster if you wish.

and salt water fishing and boating

would be available on the mile-

long island and neighboring s terri

tory. V'.x-x.. t--- -:-.;

in adtition. he said. It answered

the need for communications and

staff space, i -- -,,.-, -Hagerty
said the President could
fly to Quonset and reach the is island
land island in 25 minutes b: boat. He

would stay at tne .white frame

home of Rear Adm. Henry Crom
elin, base commandant. -,. L : N v

.twoodyt contracted-for the- ttani,

Ail very easy om ne gaiyie

was duplicate and only one otn
er pair got there. - ,1
Florida Town Sells
Golf Course To liip

CHICAGO National Safety
Duncil President Ned Dearborn,

ii&Z motorists and traffic offi-

rs lor keenine the July 4th

eek end highway death toll be-

w ; e normal for a non-houday
riod. .
, -
Trivers and traffic enforcement
--. 1 s now hs e demonstrated on
0 ive holidays that, ex-
4 vo;'re snd danger can
t '. ry extra care and effort."

VCr.K C?rt. Leif Han Han-r
r Han-r rf the 1 t Oslofjord

f-ravy spread of
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r -1 .-on jf l.ke this
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st 1 n XZ years.",- x

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WASHINGTON, July 10 UP)

me pan American union com
missioned a young Cuban artist to

design the poster for the first In-

ter-American Festival of Modern

Music that will be held here next

April. '

Guillermo Espinosa. director of

the Union's Music section,' an announced
nounced announced that Jose I. Bermudez,
an asistant director of the Union's
Visual Arts Division, had been cho

sen for the job.
Bermudei said Ais coster win

featore the semi-abstract lines of

his paintings some of which are

on exmoit at New York j Museum
of Modern Art. Tfle 32-year old
Cuban trtist bas had shows in Cu Cuba.
ba. Cuba. Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina and
the United States.

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, FORT LAUDERDALE,! July -10

(UP) Tne city toaay vuieu w

sell the million-doUar municipal

eolf course for $562,w to avow

y .. I - .J Km at

integrating it as oruereu uj
federal court.

The Fort Lauderdale Men's Golf

Assn., a newly organized group,
was the successful bidder at a

orice onlv slightly more than one

half w tne course's vaiuauun. me

association, however, must De-

come a legal corporation wiuiin x

days to consumate the purcnas.
The only other bid was submit submitted
ted submitted by golfer Sam Snead and Gary
Nixon of White Sulphur -Springs.
W. Va. -'
' The commission also agreed to
the sale by a 3-2 vote. Three com

missioners also agreed to sell
some or all of the city's other
recreational facilities including

swimming pools, u they are

threatened with integration. 1

Federal Judge Emett Choate of

Miami ruled earlier this year thaH

the city could not deny Negroes
the right to play on the -municipal

course. f '..-
Commissioners Robert. A. Chil Chil-def
def Chil-def s, Porter Reynolds and Charles
E. Knight voted for the Sale and
Mayor John V. Russell and Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Edward H. Johns voted
against it. Knight and Johns are

(J Republican members of the com-

missiuo.
Mayor Russell said the sale Is a
"step' backward in solving our
problems. In effect, we have per

mitted a Dananu of Negro citizens
to force the sale of a million- dol

lar facility for $560,100.M

Army Coqrt Acqiiils

Two Soldiers On Q

German Rape Count

FRANKFURT. Germany. July 10

(UP )-A VS. Army court martial

today acquitted two soldiers ob

charges of raping a German wo woman
man woman but convicted one of them on
the kruer charge of assault and
battery, v
Specialist SC. Robert -L. Kagle,
33, of (208 Heatberly Dr.) Green Greenville,
ville, Greenville, S.C was reduced in rank te
private and fined $200 for assault
and battery in connection with the
case. Pfe. Teddy W. Morrow. 20,
of Lewisville, Tex., was released
outright. ' -- -1
Charges were preferred agaiast
them bv a woman who said she
was attacked by the two soldiers
a aa Army bousing area May 2 2-Oificiab
Oificiab 2-Oificiab raid she bad a long rec

NEW YORK. July 10 (UP)

Look for an Elizabethan era in
American fashions for fall.

The visit of Britain's youne

monarch and her husband to the

United States is three months a

way. But beventh -.'Ave.', manufajc

turers already are busily cutting

clothes with "regal simplicity.'

from fabrics rich- enough for rov

arty, and in colors appropriately

named "Windsor rose." "Elizabe'

than .blue" and i Vroyal purple."

t VThe Queen's visit will have a

strong miiuence on tne way Miss

ana Mrs. Average American will

want to look said Roxane who

with Cecil Beaton designed the

Samuel Winston fall and winter

collection.

The British-born Beaton who last

year gave us the "My Fair Lady"

iook, otten nas pnotograpnea mem
bers of the royal family, x 1

The Winston group was one of

tne designer collections previewed
Monday for 100' visiting fashion
reporters here for shows;by the
couture group of the New York

Dress Institute. Ci x:r.v

' Roxane'a "fit for a Ouiti'i

fabrics' include silk, satins in jew

el tones, a ko per yard lame, ot

toman silk brocades and wool

with velvet-uke texture. The ce

signer also used the smooth, thick
wool of British hunting coats for

a group of daytime coats in "hunt

ing pink,' which actually is fire

red. -. 1

Monte Sana and 'Priuan. Xnaee

letters in coat and suit styles,

came up with the "great circle

coat cut full enough to' envelop

just about any costume in a wom

an's wardrobe. 'They also- showed

the three Quarter- length and

seven-eighths length-coat, the lat

ter done in large pattern plaid

tweed, in circular, barrel, straight

ana mas cut.

The firm showed both short and

long jacketed suits. One is the

"great suit," with 26 incn jacket,

double breasted and belted loose

ly. Another is the "fooball suit.

made of neavy enough tweed to

oe 'worn without a coat.

Suits belted at the. natural waist

line highlighted the Harry Frecn-

tel collection. rrechtel is one of

several' manufacturers Drovkhne

plenty of walking room in narrow
suit and dress skirts,, with deep

dox pieats, or silts, in the case of
the hemline slit, there is 'a brief

no sfitf show, x
' Nettle Rosenstein featured all
sorts' of jackets in her suits some
of 'them hipbone length, others
waist, some single-breated,; others
double, some belted, otners unbelt-

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The designer, who made' .'Mrs

Dwight J) Eisenhower' gown for

the second inaugural bait, is fam famous
ous famous for her "little black dress."
This year she' mixes it, with other
costumes in' color, from American
beauty nr poppy ren to emerald

green. '. x
One of the most striking dress

es in her collection: A vamp-type
gown of clinging crepe, with the

decouege slashed to the waist at

back. It is named "Inky."

Jane Derby's evening clothes

feature skirts, cut with extrava

Bant fullness: but bodices so

sparse they just barely are mod modest.
est. modest. '..-""'..'
'Big Beat' Slafed

At

The "Big Beat." to be present

ed by Philip Walker next Sunday
t 9 n m t the. Paraiso Theatre.

will include the Gay; Crooners louiibn

cally known as the "Kings of The FBI

Rock and Roll."-: Aftef asuccess

f ul six weeks appearance at s; the
Encanto Clubt this group will, head headline
line headline an aray of. talent frbm'local
communities, as follows: -r n

From Paraiso: me stanigms-:

the Ford Sisters' Evelyn Wilson

Glenville Davis and Morman and

Seibert.

; From Santa Cruzt The Mo

narchs and Olivia Thousand.

From Panama: Victor Boa and

his Rockets; Pepe and Yolanda;

"Sir Jablonski and waiter 'mom

Guest artist on the show win

feature the modern beat. by .Sep-

Florida Senators
Stymied In Judge's
Impeachment' Claim
'TALLAHASSEE, Jujy 10 CUP) 8
The Senate deliberated more than

an hour behind closed doors yes yesterday
terday yesterday without reaching a decision

on defense' claims .that impeach

ment .charess against Miami Cir

,cuit Judge George JK. Holt are

"too mmsy" for mai. 1
- The Senate met in executive ses

sion from, 3:13 p.m;., to, ';23' pm.
and adjourned for, the night with

out a vote onx three crucial-: mo motions
tions motions of defense attorneys which'

couia call off i the trial or put a
kink in l.the prosecution's cake.

The motions followed a bitter de

nunciation of pnarges that Holt is
"unfit to sit at the bar in th tnm

pie of justice."
Holt's legal staff branded the
impeachment v charges brought
against the senior Dade jurist by
the House of (Representatives last
May !'flimsy vague and unsup unsupported."
ported." unsupported." Attorney Richar d Hunt,
Miami, said a "still keener would

"ot be kept overnight in jail by
the most inept justice of the peace
on charges of this kind."
'But the nrnsecuHnn'. h

lawyers argued it had ample evi evidence
dence evidence to Drove Jnd ere Hnll i unfit

to hold-'office and that Jiis1 conduct
h.as led the people to doubt they

his court. '

Holt Is, being tried on House
charges that he accentprf ai(tc

and favors frorp attorneys practic practicing
ing practicing before him. allnwprf lurc.t

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uienusnips 10 inuuence ? his ap

pomtments of curators nrf ru.

such cases, borrowed monev from

a practiqing attorney and general generally
ly generally violated, .the, judiclals code of
plnma '-,:' '-

The prosecution is attempting to
get before the Senate court s over
vigorous defehse objections,, a bill

yi panicuiars actuaUy detailing

""'"i vu wnjen me general im
peaenment, charges were based
Holt s attorneys claim the particu
lars constitute new and "infinm

matory;' charges which the prose-

." inject m order

""'sici im aaggmg case.
Arrest Of Georgia
Murder Suspect

Revealed By FBI

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ATLANTA, July 10 (UP) -The
FBI announced todav the arrt in

u Angeles, Calif., of Jimmy K.

uassett, Z4,. who is wanted for

murder durine a service itatinn

roooery at Macon, Ga.
, Bassett was the object of

broad search near Stone Mmm.

1am, ua., last month when he was

reportea in tnat area.

: FBI agentsvin AtkntaidBt AtkntaidBt-sett
sett AtkntaidBt-sett "war Uielre WvWTjMjtitomUu

today "on informaton supplied by

me Diuo VOUniY. lia nhpriff't

office.'" -He". was" iaUed 'undpr

'SliV AAA '1 1 r

oona on a ledemi ihrcr

ofunlawful flight to avoid prose-

said Basett will h

held in Los Anselea Cnnntv i ii

for, Georgia authorities. He has
not Indicated yet whether he will
fight extradition.

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New York
Chicago

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Cleveland
Detroit
Baltimore
Kansas City
Washington

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49
42
39
39
37
29
25

L
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29
37
38
39
39
47
56

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Washington at Chicago (N)
New York at Kansas City (N)
Bostlr: dt Detroit
Baltimore at Cleveland (N)

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Bunning, Loes (4), Wynn (7),
Pierce (7;, Mossi (9), Grim (9)
and Berra, Simmons, Burdette

(2), Sanford (6), Jackson (7), La
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CRISTOBAL

Superb mastery of the 12-guage
fowling pie-e won the Col. H. E.
Rice Memorial Skeet Trophy for

Art StittOT' on Sunday morning,

July at the Cnstobel Gun Club
Swineme w'th the same smooth'

ness as on the previous Wednes

day, Art again accounted for 49x50
birds presented, and lapped, over
from Wednesday with a total per perfect
fect perfect run of 58 kills.

He left his nearest competitors in
n somewhat small field of shooters

five birds behind, Joe Kueter, Wiltz
Schexnayder and Frank Chollar
able to down only 44 apiece. Kutter
was handicapped by a bursitic

shoulder, painfully jarred early in
the game by a hurriedly mounted
gun a post two. The high house
target flew fast, and kept every

shooter humping 10 gei out in ironi
ot him. f

$hef contestant Scored: R. C.

Casanova, 48; Walter Johnston, 39,
George Lopp, courageously pitting
his inexperience against what
might come, 19.

ClaytonQuintet

Meets, Balboa;
Beer Tomorrow

The unbeaten Fort Clayton

Cavaliers will meet the strong
Cerve'za Balboa team of the

Panama Basketball League to

morrow night at 7:30 at Clay

ton's Eeeder Gym. ;
The Cavaliers, owners of an
unblemished record of seven
wins and no defeats in the
PAAF, Basketball League, are
currently riding the crest of a
ten-game winning streak
which includes wins over top
teams in the Panama League
They hope to continue to their
winning ways tonight against
the Albrook Flyers In a game
to be played at Albrook at 7 :30.
Paced by such outstanding

stars as Luis Perez and Fran

lln Holness, the steadily improv

ing cerveza Balboa team, cur

rently In a three-way tte for

first place In the Panama Bas Basketball
ketball Basketball League, are looking for forward
ward forward to an upset victory tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night.
The Cavaliers will be out to
win this one for their coach,
Major Dan Ritzko, who leaves
the Isthmus on July 13 for a
new assignment.
The "Big Three" Sam
Williams, Vern demons and
Jim Reynolds are expected
to pace the Cavalier attack.
Everything points to a great

basketball game at Fort Clayton

tomorrow night. The public 18
invited to attend. Admission is

free.

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Bunning Retire Nine Straight
Players; Kaline, Minpso Star

By ED SAINSBURYl

GARRISON FINISH Resuelto (10) sticks his head In front in the closing Jumps after com-
ihg up from the ruck to nip celestial Fire (6 in one-of the many close fiiiishes at the Pres-
ident Remon racetrack over the weekend, paquetito (1) Is third. Braullo Baeza rode the win winner,
ner, winner, Julio Rodriguez had toe up on the ruhnerup and leading jockey Ruben Vasquez was a a-board
board a-board the third horse. : 1 , "' .'

Alumni Increase Cage League
Lead; Play Powells Tonight

STANDINGS
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Callite Takaa 93 to 90
Cage Decision From Oset
In an hectic cage contest Mon

day evening, the strong Gailito

basketball quintet squeezed a neat

93 to 90 decision from the Osos
five iii the second night's playing
of the Paraiso senior loop before

large attendance. The Gallitos,

who were favorites to take the

contest found the going rather

tough as the Osos stuck them tee
to toe fcU the way. The outcome

was not decided until the final
whistle.

Frederick McKenzie, Gilberto Mo

reno, idonei Blades ana Roman Ji

menez carried the load of the Gaili

to squad without letup and had to
resort to every tactic in the book

I to stave off the onrushing Bears.
J, The Bears Norman Hinds and Rob

in Jtuaaes were, we Dig men ior
their tctm, outclassing their riv rivals
als rivals in many phases of the engage engagement,
ment, engagement, although pressed by a strong
er combination.' ;'
Roland Hinds of the Bears es established,
tablished, established, a record in the circuit
when he sank 47 points as topman
of the fray. His busy floor work
and accurate shots earned him
tremendous ovation from the large
crowd that was on hand for the
engagement. His teammate. Blades
who combined with him in defense
of their team, registered 26 points
as his contribution.
Galileo's big attackers ashared
their points creditably with' Lionel!

Rlarieir i the leadinff scorer with

31 points followed oy itoman ji

mono with rpripriric ivirtven

zie contributed 23 while 'Gilberto

Moreno gave the squad 21.

Alumni
Cristobal
Powers
Working Boy?

.833
.500

.S33f,

.333

Elks Basketball

Standings:
Boilermakers
The Dons ..
Dukes
Diplomats

W
4
3
1
0

Monday's Results ''
Alumni 62, Powells 57
Working Boys 59 Cristobal 56
) Tonight's Camas
Powells vs Working Boys
Alumni vs Cristobal
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49)point barrier at Margarita gym
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57 win over Powells in the first

game of the evening and with an
assifitlfivim the nnnifihiticy Wnrlrintf'

Boys who downed Cristobal 59 to

56 in the nightcap, moved into s
full two game lead.

The Working Boys, looking bet

ter with each game and now loom

ing as a dangerous contender with
Isaac Peltinovitch on the roster,
moved up into a two way tie for
third place with' Powells, both
quintets three games away from

rhe pace-setting Alumni.
Both, of Monday night's contests
were similar in the fact that each

was won from the foul line as the

fans stayed around to see two hot

ly contested games. Both the A-

iumni and Powells scored 24 field
goals; but it was Alumni's 14 for
21 at the free throw line against
Powell's 9 for 27 that spelled the

oinerence between victory and de

feat. In the afterpiece Workine

moys and trtstobal each had 25

field, goals. On the foul line the
Working Boys tallied 9. for,. 12 to
best I'istobal'fjfi poin gra

The tight high scoring race 'for
1957 saw a change of hands in the
lead. John Hatgi paced the Alum

ni's 62 to 57 win with a 22 point

effort and catapulted into the lead
with 92 points. Noel Gibson scored

24 for the Powell's losing effort

and moved into second place

witn .89 points.

Louis Hooper, who went into
Monday night's fray leading the
pack was held to 12 points and

dropped to third nlace with 84. Gil

Smith clung to fourth place with

a 10 po'rt etlort that put his sea

son total at 72. Carl Simons, who

started tne Workings Boys winning

drive with a near perfect first
half, scored 18 points to lead
them into their second win of the

season.

Thursday's Games:

6:00 p.m. Dukes vs Boilermakers

V:00 p ra. The Dons vs Diplomats

riayin& tne closest game ot tne
season, the Boilermakers managed
to edge out the Diplomats by a
score of 35-34. The DiDlomats slav

ed' a ry good ball game, and had

control of the boards throughout

a great part of it. This was the

main. cause of their near victory.
The Boilermakers were hamper hampered
ed hampered by the fact that Lem Kirkland

had an off tiight and could only

hit for two field goals. Larry Siegle.
took up part of the slack and pac

ed their with 13 points. George

Barbier paced his Diplomats with
10 points.
The second game was 'another
atlfittav -tti a A half Kf Vk

viuou unci nv uv unui uyui tcauio

were tied at .22-22: but at the final r"";

whistle, The Dons were victorious
over the Dukes by 56-50. Once a a-gain.v
gain.v a-gain.v Raul. Barbara b paced j his
mates with a grand total .A of 34
points; highest total points scored

thus tar this season. n or the Dukes,

Gary Alexander,' who is proving

to De a big help to them, dumped

19 points, while Charlie French hit

for 13 tallies.

ST. LOUIS, July 10 (UP) Wrong guessing and
second guessing told the tale of the All Star
-game, a 6-5 win for .'Casey Stengel's American
League team to break a two-game victory streak by
Brooklyn Dodger manager Walt Alston and the Na

tional League.
Stengel.; winning the -All Star

clash .only for the-second time in
seven attempts, didn't want to
start tookie right hander Jim Bun Bunning
ning Bunning ot Detroit yesterday. And he
wanted to- keep Boston's Ted Wil Williams
liams Williams in left field for offensive

punch. c, r

He wanted to open the game

with Cleveland's : veteran Early

iVynn, and he would have, except

that Wynn -pitched seven innings
Sunday and Stengel feared he

would he Jired. ; r,r- k"

bo Bunning was the standout ot

the U hurlers vwho appeared. He

retired nine: men in order, strik

ing ou one batter, and he was

the winning pitcher when his mates
got -two runs in the second inning.
Wynn cave up three hits and two

runs later in. 1-3 of an inning.

.Stengel partially corned- out his

strategy-with Williams. He -let the winning surge with," a. single)

ana ne got to second when Bed
Schoendiest a National League
All-Star hero in 1950 w,hen 'he hit
14th inning. homer for, a victo
ry rat Chicago, bobbled Gil Mc Mc-Dougald's
Dougald's Mc-Dougald's grounder for an error,
Nelhe Fox sacrificed ; and both
runners scored -on Al Kaline's sin single.:
gle.: single.: Mickey Mantle struck, out, the
only American Leaguer set down
on. atr'kes duing the game but
Mmoso'i double was the finishing
punch
The National Leaguers netted
two runs on singles by Willie Mays
and Ed .Bailey and Gus Bell's
pinch double in the. seventh 'off
Wynn.

' "How'd A knew Banks Would
hit?" the Dodger manager ask
ed. If I had, I would have.',
' National League smarter Curt
Simmons, appearing in the All-

Star Game for the third time,; was

tne tos pg pitcher as he gave up
a single-to Mickey Mantle,, a walk
to Williams, a single- to"' Vic Wertz
and a wall, to Yogi Berra in the
second' inning. Then with one run
in, Lew Burdette came in. And
though he got ; two men' out, he
walkei Harvey Kuenn to: force in
another score The National League

never go: ahead thereafter.

Bill i Skowron doubled : in the
sixth advanced Yin Jack Sanford's
wild u'tch and scored on Yogi

Berra's single, the first, run driv driven
en driven in by. the Yankee catcher in

nine AU-Star Games.

In tne ninth, Billy Pierce, began

Twin Bill, en Tap Again Tonight

Cristobal, the second nlace team

in the Atlantic Basketball League

ano tne only auintet that has in

fiicted defeat "on the high-flying
AHimni,will have another chance

at that task in tonight's nightcap
event.

The night's activities will begin

with the rejuvenated Working Boys

playing Powells in what will break

a tnird place tie. If Working Boys
win this one it will be the first

lme .this year that they , have
been out of the cellar and will be

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tne leaders. -:

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POWELLS

Kiriana
Gibson. Bill
Pabon
Kulig

Boseman

Sasso

HaU

Gibson, Noel

Moser

Chin

Total

ALUMNI
Palumbo, Jr.

Robinette

Hercier

Smith, Ed

Hatgl

Peres

Tagarepulos,
Tagaropiilos,
Quetada

Jodti

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Had the Dukes not lost the serv

ices of Tom Cunningham for the

evening it might have been a dif

ferent story and The Dons might

have had a very rough night. Nev Nevertheless,
ertheless, Nevertheless, the league leaders know
that they can not rest oh their lau

rels and win; They must fight in
every game in order to remain
where they are at. The two other
clubs, on the other hand, are not
to be Tutdone, and are playing

Detter Dau m eacn game.

1st Game

PLAYER
Kirkland
Siegle
Blevins
Cunningham,
Cosca
Hatcher
Folse

FG FT PF TOT

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6
2
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4
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6
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15 5 7 35

DIPLOMATS

PLAYER
Barbier
Price1
ifrench, W.
Caldwell k
Trimble
McCulkugh
Thompson
Toussieh
TOTALS

FG FT PF TOT

4 2 l'-10

the Boston star step to the plate

lour t mes, and he walked once

and wont out three times. Then,

nursing a Z-2 lead; he put-Chica

go's Minnie Minoso into left field

for deteiisive purposes. 5

Mlnose starred both on effun effun-sive
sive effun-sive and defense. He rapped a
double off the right, center field
Wall in the ninth inning to drive
home Al Ka line, of Detroit with
what pre ved to be the winning
run.'

Defensively Minoso' turned In

two key plays. When the Nation

al League was threatening; to tie

in the ninth inning, Hank Foiles

was on second base after a single

and a walk: to Gus Belt.

Don Mossi ; struck out Eddie

Mathews and Ernie Banks lined

a single to left to score ; Foiles

easily. But' Minoso played the ball

expertly and wnen ueu tried, to go
iti' third base, Minoso threw per

fectly1 to Frank Malzone for;, the

second out as Banks took second.

Steneel, brought in his own Yan

kee r,eliever, Bob, Grim, when Gil
Hodges pinch hit for the National

and Grim threw only two

pitches. The first was outside. The

second was lined to left field,
where Minoso .made a short run
to, catch the. ball and- end,',. the
game.. 'f:'n,r:wJ'y: '.'. "V.
"If Williams had been in there,

some onlookers said, rhe wouldn't
have made that throw and he
wouldn't have caught the ball..
' Alston was the target for the
second guesser. Why didnt he

order Mathows to bunt with no

. Then their rally fell short in
the ninth. Stan Musial walked
,nd Mays drove him home With
a triple and scored himself on
Pbrce's Wild 'pitch 'That set
the sfage for Foiles to bat for
Bailey and, keep the chaee.alive.
- It was the second victory in th

last eight games for the Amerfcan
League and the 14th overall a-

gamst 10 National League victo

ries. Stebgel used 19 of his 25
playe:,;.,Atetoai:?l., The only Na National
tional National Leaguers who failed to get
in werp Hs(l Smith, Wrren Spahn,
Johnny Logan, and 1 Johnny Anto Anto-nelji.
nelji. Anto-nelji. the ..American Xeagers who
warmed the bench were Roy Sje Sje-vers'"
vers'" Sje-vers'" Joe TDe Maestri. Gus Trian-

dos, Bobby Richardson, Bobby

Jhant2,,and EJston Howard,, ,,.

Three players on each team

went the, distance,: Hank Aaron:

Musial and Mavs for the National

outs, two runs In, the tying runs J League, Fox, Kaline and Mantle
on first and second? ; . for the American. '

HornsbyCliifts' Yahkees'
Championship. Monopoly
Unhealthy For Baseball

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2nd Game

7M Game

CRISTOBAL

Coffey
Tom

Hooper

Wiuiams

Tiumphrey

Tompkins

Palumbo, Sr.
Duhon
CboBg

Total

WORKING BOYS

Jeffries

Manninf

Smith, Gil

McKeowa
Sapp

Kaufer

Simons, Carl

Orris
Pettyaovitrk

Todal

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Flayer
Barbara

Nahmad

Engleke

McKeown
Morris.

Libert

Lagasde

TOTALS

FG FT PF TOT

.15

5
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1
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0
1

34

-10
4
0
2

25 M

DUKES

FLAYER
French, C.
Alexander
Pajack
Carrof -Dumbrowrky
Stewart.

FG FT'PF TOT
t 1 3 13

3 0 19
2 0 8.
2 0
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TOTALS

21 8' 4 50

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25 f 11 59

: Top seven seorers: R. (Bathara,
L. Kirkland. A. Nahmid, C Fren
ch.G. Barbier, T. Cunningham, L.
Siegle. . ' ,

EDITOR'S NOTCr BasebaD
Hall of Famer Rogers Horns Horns-by,
by, Horns-by, former manager, most val valuable
uable valuable player, and the National
League's leading hitter for six
straight years,' now directs
Chicago Mayor Richard J. Da Daley's
ley's Daley's Youth F e u n d a tlon.
Horasby still has his -old test
for outspoken hoi stove ses sessions.
sions. sessions. Here is the way he sees
this year's American League
race at the mid-season mark.
i f "Ji
By' ROGERS HORNSBY
As Told To The United Press

CHICAGO,. July lO-(XJP) 1

time. Usually, all fouMlo. -These
guys aren't hot shots. They're
day-in-day-out ballplayers.
f. With Berra, Mantle, Skowron
and McDougald as mainstays,
the rest of the Yanks can afford
to get hot and cold. At least one
or two of the others are going to to-be
be to-be hot at ones so the Yanks have
five, six guys smashing the bail
while the -other clubs nave only
one or two hitters.
Now you take the White Sox
and the only really dependa dependable'
ble' dependable' hitter you find is Nelson
Fox. He cant carry It all by
himself. .. v v --.

What's the answer? I wish I

wish I didn't have to say this knew. I like the Yankees and

TEAM
The Does
Boilermakers
The Dons
Dukes
Diplomats''
Dukes
Boilermakers
lV V ':

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4
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T.F.
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42
41
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but It's going to be the New York

Yankees, ail tne way. v
The only ones who even can
give them a race of It are the
Chicago White Sox- Maybe at the
beginning Cleveland. Boston and

Detroit had a chance but not

any longer, v 1 -. c-. -. .
I don't think this is good for

baseball I think it's time some

body whipped the Yan kees

Dioooy. But who? ;-

Cleveland had the pitching.

Then the Indians lost Bob Lem

on and Herb Score because of In Injuries.
juries. Injuries. That shot them through
with boles.:.-

I thought at the. beginning
that. Detroit mttbt eome up
with some pitching but the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers Just haren't shown. As
for Boston,, that's turned lnte
a club of Individuals. They
' don't putl together.
'The White Sox have the pitch

ing; more or less. Billy Pierce i
holds up more than his share of
the load. But there's no hitting.1

The Yankees have it every way

you look. Primarily, they've eot

the bench,. When they're forced
to put in a replacement the guy,
usually fits in so well that the.
team gets strengthened. It's al almost
most almost a vicious circle. I
. The way I see the Yanks, they
are primarily a four-man dub:
Yogi Berra, Mickey Mantle, Bill
Skowron and Gil McDougald. At
least one of these four is going
to come through for you every

consides Casey Stengel and Geo.
Weiss mf good friends. But t
don't think it's healthy for base baseball
ball baseball to have one club grab a
monopoly on championships.
So it's like I said. I don't care
who wins so long as it's not the
Yankee. i

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V.IDNLSDAY, JULY 10, 195

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' Du- Qyomi 111:, Aug; 27. Ned, 4, won with 'Intruder last year
hit drives Junior Executive for the same owner. L. J. Buck.

Tommy Hughes' Return to Form
Brightens Houston s Hopes

By TREVOR SIMONS

iSnanhiritf out of an1 early ; sea-

ion slum with a neat 6-hit per-

formanca and a cannonade of ruts,
Tommy Hughes' return to form
2ives the Houston Buffs ; reason
to optimistic about their chances
of a repeat pennant for 1957 in the
Texas League.
Acorcling to Ireports reaching
tha Isthmus from Houston last
week, hughes, whose 18 wins, in
1956 played the most important
rol ir. the Buff's victory,; is now
completely recovered from nil ear early
ly early season shoulder trouble. June 8
Tommy hurled a neat six-hit per performance
formance performance sgainst the" San (Anto (Antonio
nio (Antonio Missions, striking' out 8 bat batters
ters batters and' walking only one. ; 5
"The' Houston Press", fluoted
manager Harry JValker as saying
that Tommy return (6- fornvyas
the most encouraging item of the
victory "and" that the young Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal High "Schdot gfadttate0'!
now take his place along with
the- other four starting pitchers
for the pennant-minded Houston
Buffs. Tommy's 7-2 ..victory over
the Missions was his third straight

win since his return to form, 'hls-l

aecond consecutive route going

'Canal Zone fans remember Tom

my Hughes not only, is a brilliant
right-handed pitching prospect, but

also as a terror at the piate. Al Always
ways Always batting left-handed Hughes

tenders and won himself a couple

of Twilight League batting -crowns
while leading his team-to pen pennants,
nants, pennants, n
As a matter of fact, there are
many tnat contend that big Tom
could, have made professional ball

either s a hater or a pitcher

he had but to make his choice. AS

it turned out, he has. become ac

complished at both jobs ana in
the June 28 win against the San

Antonio Missions, Tommy did what

was probably a million-to-one snot.
The Buffs had been having
trouble at the, plate against leftr
handed nitchinc. so Hughes, com

ing- to bat against lefty Dick Fitz

gerald, aslcea manager Harry wal walker
ker walker if le Cfuld bat ; right-handed.
Tml,H'li crtmpuuhaf nnt nf 'HeKner.

ation the Buff's manager gave his

consent, and Hughes promptly .i-

nauguraica nis rigni-unucu lu luting
ting luting with 'a line-drive home, run

far over the 350-foot mark invleft

field. Later in the game the .Cris
tobal lad singled right-handed; giv

performance and his (fourth win ing him 1.000 right-handed Dat Dat-of
of Dat-of the season against one loss.1 ting .average.

Saiita Cruz Sports

By OILBERTO BURTON
- K
Santn Cruz's' basketball season
bounced off last Thursday with
Pachecos! Front Square II edg edging
ing edging Elvin (Butcher's,. Dust Bowl
team 15-11 in the first game of the
. Five-Footer's Basketball League.
The' game see-sawed through 4
quarters of low score although the
ball changed hands quite often. A
Morales and Ri Jackman led the
Front Square 'attack with four
points apiece and R. Richards
scored six .points for Dut Bowl. 1
Tappy Bug's Front I followed
with a 22-26 loss to Club Voncouv Voncouv-er'a
er'a Voncouv-er'a Churchj Square five,. I. Barb Barber
er Barber dropped in 12 points for Front
Square and K. Evelyn soored io
lor ChuicK-Square.. ,. r ;j
The League enters H's sixth year
cf play with an interesting orga-

Mzation. Tiie players represent ine
smallest athletes in our communi community,
ty, community, each measuring less than 60
inches in height. Each team la ad advised
vised advised b.- an adult. Adults also serve
as umpires, scorers and announcers-
- -
Uniforms were supplied by Er-

(Front Square I), Elvin Butcher

(Dust Bowl), Los Pachecos (Front
Square tir and Club Social Van Vancouver
couver Vancouver (Church Square). r; ?

All that is needed is to mention
our civic groops: Prizes, anybody?
Santa Cruz Girls Basketball
League plajs the opening gamM
'.Vednesday, 10. Four teams are
tntere1! captartied by, AJel Rich Richards,
ards, Richards, Reve Richards, Lorraine
Dunn,' and Carew. i
. ,; ''
Isthmian Little League's ". board

e-f directors' held conference to
discuss the coming season's cam-:
paien. Flushed with the memory;
o( laot year's success- the- board!
i optimisticalfy plmnlng-to wid widen
en widen their .scope of activities. Last i
fr several business bousea ad-!
ed us.
We r:te.'vtd much belp from
several sources. Liga. S.A.r Nehl,
Tropelco, Tivoli Motors. Mutual of
OTiha. and Contractor Sommers,
ecl uiin Duu'JUDg. our. Jjttle.
Insurers. Consolidated us Serv Serv-ioe.
ioe. Serv-ioe. rrovicW for cur six team
larm Uarue. -
T:z c!or orsani7ations rtm rtm-inb
inb rtm-inb ,.(S. to the rrchase of equip equipment
ment equipment and ni';r;tls, car and
r-i;rtn8nce ind frfpirstioB of

;- r fir; aim donation I

we keep them occupied, we also

neneve, we Keep mem out oi mis mischief..
chief.. mischief.. I '
It also gives us a chance to
tell them the way we would like

to see them behave on the field

and off...' this we know: 45 boys

rfradunted from our ranks last

year. They vwill not play Little
League Baseoall this year.
We wantJto play those 45 boys
and 55 more in our Isthmian Teen Teen-Age
Age Teen-Age Baseball League. .That vway
we'll br keeping 400. boys out of
mischief. 400 boya who we hope,
because- we have kept them out
of mischief, will grow up to be become
come become 400 goad-citizens. It's a big
job... we would like to be able to
do. it. i : t

Athletes, the use of the profani profanity,
ty, profanity, and other forms of verbal abuse
is, never approved of, extremely

America Gists

Better- Chance
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To Regain Cup

new yoRit;.juiy ;io (up
Lew Head's leap into the profes professional
sional professional Unnis ranks may -cause
mournlug in Australia, but it brings
nopo -to officials of the U.S. Lawn

lennts Assn -4 hope Of recaptur recapturing
ing recapturing jthe. Davis Cup- next December.
Since Australia kept -the' cup by

blankuig the star-spangled team,,

a-u, t Adelaide last December,

Ken JKosewail and Hoad main

Mays tt Aussie cup forces for the

past tour yearsdecided to play

tor money. Uosewali turned pro
shortly after the Adelaide ', sweep

and now Hoad is joining him un

der, the Jar-K Kramer- banner.
Australia must now depend upon

a new team to defend against the

United States or whatever country

reaches .the challenge round. Of

ficially, about 32 nations compete

each year in the Euopean and
Eastern zones for the big mug-

But, since 1946, it has been only

the United States and Australia

lighting it out in the challenges

round. -

, Won Six Of Sevan
And.' starting with 1950. the Aus-

sies be-t the Americans in six of

the seven challenge rounds.

Whether they can do it again

without Hoad and Rosewall is the

big uuestion. The Aussies still

have able Amateur players, but
none who has gone through the
pressure of a challenge round.

Asmey cooper aitnougn oniy zu,
lost iOHoad in the final at Wim Wimbledon
bledon Wimbledon lest week. Cooper won the
Australian singles title this year

in a tourney where Hoad was off
lornf dut to a severe back injury.

Couoer. Neale Fraser and Mai-

folm Anderson are the hopes upon

which the new Aussie team will be
built. with possible assists from

Mervvn Rose and Roy Emerson.

Vouthnaw Fraser is the most ex

perienced man among the five. He
is an, excellent doubles player, and
probably will team with Cooper

for that assignment in cup play

Hm May Return 1

Meanwhile, the U.S. team that

losfc.at Adelaide in December, may

km bolstered this vear by the re

turn -of Ham Richardson, number
one U.S. player who; iinishes his

Sadies -at s oxtora v., anguma,

ISte Jthis month He law' some e.
tioo in the recent Wimbledon tour.
neV: but wss not. in form. '

i Also. Californian Budge Patty

whm runs a travel agency in

Paris but who still is an Ameri

can citizen may try ior our cup

team, ratty and 42-year-old tiard

nar Mulloy of Denver, Colo., pro

vided a maior unset at Wimbledon

by., beating Australians Hoad and

Fraser ; lor the men s aouoies

title. v

The thiee who tried io recapture
the -cup last December were Vic

Seixas. Herb. Flam and Sam Gi

ammalva. Mike.- Green of Miami

Beach and Myron Franks of Los
Angeles were on the squad. They
' J LI.. 1

sre veiy promising aouoies py

er.

Rarrv MacKav Of Dayton. Ohio,

the intercollegiate .champ,, will

certainly get a try out for the
sauad And perhaps the formerly

high-ranking Dick Savitt can be

lureo out or nip semi retirement

for the crusade "Down under.

ITSKo.. 'wlWwi ifr in" tefeJ!- -wT

hw Nr ,lKr;g!LtV,1? ,?oor. RsH e,on,t seem to have a chance as hundreds of small fry jam
the .bank Of Riverside Lake. in Memphis with a forest of poles. The kids are vying for the
Junior Fishing Rodeo championship,! but may have trouble untangling so-many eager lines.'

Balboa Gym Activities

disgusting. Once I heard a lady
in describing an argument relate

how one man insulted another, in

her own words, "Him cuss him

out bad. bad without using bad

words.

We will -never be able to say

this about all of us, but it would
be nice if we could say it .about

most of us. Athletes, be sound in
mind and in body, but especially

in mind. ...

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Much Interest has been shown!

in the archery classes which are a
part of Balboa Gym's summer re recreation'
creation' recreation' program One hundred
and fifty vouna people, ages eight

to- sixttca, have registered for one

of the five classes held Monoay
through Friday, from nine until
twelve.

Early iii August, there will be a

local archeiv tournament with

youngsters competing in groups ac

cording io weir, age ami uunj.
Girls and boys ten years of age
and imHi-i will compete in" the

San Bias round,, those twelve and

under i.i the Danen Round, tour tour-teen
teen tour-teen and under in, the Inca round,

sijrteen ajid unaer lp we jr.
merican Rpund.
The winners of this local tourna tournament
ment tournament will compete in a Canal Zone
tournament to be held later in the
month Several of the young peo people
ple people who regularly attend the ar archery
chery archery classes have alreadywon
one of the rounds in the Canal
Zonifitournaments in the past,' and
are looking forward to this year s
competition when -they will ;strive
ltot mlyMovwin -their rounds but
also to set new C.Z. records. ;
On "certain days each week the
archers try to win prizes such as
candy,' gum or movie tickets
which are given for the highest
scores. On other days they try to
earn diilomas which are awarded
for different levels of achievement
by the Camp Archery Associa Association.
tion. Association. Thus far the following diplomas
have been earned. Jr. Yeoman: a
score of 60 or more, shooting 30 ar arrows
rows arrows at a distance, of 15 yards;
Robert Wallace, Jr: Whitney,
George Thompson, Michale Mor Morrow,
row, Morrow, John Stabler, Suzanne Sch Schmidt,
midt, Schmidt, Jt.mes Dolan, George Dolan,
Mary Ixirchen, Linda Rager. Yeo Yeoman:,
man:, Yeoman:, a score pf 100 or more, shoot shooting
ing shooting 30 arrows at a distance of 15
yards: David Warren, Lewis Stab Stabler,
ler, Stabler, Phillip Rogers, Gracie Whit Whitney,
ney, Whitney, Richard Perkins, Walter Mon

roe, Mike La Beau, Margaret Ble-vins.

iiii

Jr. Bowman: a score of 60

more, shooting 30 arrows at a di

stance of 20 yrds; George Booth,
Jack Lubera, Doug Feeney, Rob Robert
ert Robert Dun'ap, Robert Wallace, Bob Bobby
by Bobby Bowen. Bowman: a score of
100 or more, shooting 30 arrows
at a distance of 20 yards; David
Stewart. Rusty Potter.

1 QUESTION: A runner on first
or base breaks for second with the

pitch. The delivery is far outside
to the right hand batter, so he
throws the bat at the pitch. The
ball pop?" down the right, field line
safely, the runner goes' to third
base, the batter to first. Is this
legal? George Scezone.

Answer: Tha batter is out for
In the quiet play room, eight interfered!. The runner returns to
Bowl-Ball tournaments were com- lf h
pleted last, week.' The winners of I

these tournaments had a final onei n

on Friday so, as to determine toe' "V" 7 rT 1

winner for the week. The winners u,e uai sruunus io iue secona

of the : eight tournaments were: baseman The shortstop takes the

Gary Zainbito,- Martha Blevins, fiin -...mi- nf sten awiv from

Howard Rogers. Beth Brown, Ken- o -BM ...

neth Rogers, Sherry IB i s s e 1 1,

George Thompson and Tommy

Herring. The- winner of the final
tournament was Gary Zambito.
This week, tournaments are to be

neld in parchcese and checkers.
Prizes in the form of candy, and
gum will be given out to the win winners.
ners. winners. ;i ; ;

"The rjromrger5 childrenwho par participate
ticipate participate in the games of "the- play

room have, suggested a jew ruies
which they would like to .abide by.
Some the suggested rules are
as, follqw: no screaming or yell yelling,
ing, yelling, tiq ihorieplay, not mistreating
of itoys, and no throwing r trash
around on the floor. In a short
time, a 'committee formed by the
childrep will be aBked to elect the
children -whoin ther consider to be

the' friendliest, qutetest,-;. most co

operative, ana !most taw, apiamg.

ml 1 U m f n & ml

of bovs and cirls for badminton.

Next week a tournament will be begin
gin begin in which prizes will be award

ed to the best individual ana

doubles winners. If there is any

one else still interested in badmin

ton, tnere is still time to sign up,
as there will be- tournaments eve

ry two Oi llnee weeks.

and n.lls and winds up with his
shoulder touching- second and the

ball hi his hands as the. runner

slides at the bag. Docs the fielder

have to touch the bag with his

foot or is this enough? -u-Edward

Schaap: ,ti U n

, A. ,A Jen a- ha tveht tht
bag with any part of his body
and the ball ii held, the runner' Is

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' PuMing One Little Word After Another and-. asks J. T.....
Whatever became of Tom heeney? Bill Klgney is Deing touted;
aa Manager of the Year.- is this the same Woke Giant fans wer
tciling to drop dead a year ago? Patterson is 5-1 over Jackson
in the books, meaning no action.. The Giants top the Dodgers
in runs scored, hits, homo runs and RBVs ao they haven't been
doing ii all with mirrors. Ir addition to $175,000 for Patterson- -Jackson
TV rights, NBC asreed to buy $25,000 worth of tickets
A tax gimmick? . j
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FASTIDIOUS JUSTICE it wouldn't" be altogether appro-
pricte to say Mrs. Jackie Fung pulled a Wilhe Shoemaker," since,
she weighs 235 pounds, but, like the jockey, she did have a ma
Jor event won, only to lose it through carelessness. Untidy math
einatics cost her the Women's Open golf championship Saturf
dar.. True, the rule governing incorrect scoring is explicit
enough, but just the same we believe an exception should havs
been made in her case. The Important thing is that regardless
of the discrepancy, involvjng a single hole, her over-all count
for 72 hole was correct. She did count every stroke, and she did
o:itahoot everybody in the field. The fine' print stymied her. The
Hawaiian matron was probably lucky at that. If she had
sneezed while one of the more demure sisters was putting It

might have meant 20 years.

GAG MAN AT WORK Bing Crosby says there is too muchg
musics' trash on the networks, but speaking for. ourselves wr
like Dizzy Dean's western tunes. A reasonable, surmise is that
the Pittsburgh candy bandit was identified by nis sweet toothf
Af',er what- happened to Mrs. Pung, Hawaii may decide state statehood
hood statehood is too great a'risk. Obviously Bob Feller is off his rocke
when he says the club owners move the players around Uk
pawns. From what we hear none of them knows how to play
chess. Miss Europe of '57 has a 22-lnch waist and whether thi
is good or bad for our- foreign policy is a matter that must con
cern all thoughtful men. r .
Baruch, who once informed us that whoever-it-was had 'slli
into second with a stand up double'?" J. L, includes a headline,
from our favorite afternoon newspaper which reads, "Hell Is Son
Lcnely Graham Warns. ... and adds: "Wanna bet?" None o
the Yankee brass, Topping, Webb-or Weiss, showed up for Mickeji
Mantle's kick off drive, against Hodgkins Disease (it recently
clf.aned his dad at 40) out Cardinal Spellman made the lunch-
eon. Donated $9000 to the foundation, too. Whatever becamegoC
Tom Heeney? He runs a pub in Miami; And if the younger set"
is interested, )ie was the last man Gene Tunney fought. Got
h;m3eif knocked out in 11. " . j

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MOVING UP IN CLASS At this time in 1927 when the Babe!
wa3 putting together his record 60 he had played in 70 game
and hit No. 25. Have yoa noticed how the Braves' Hank AaroK
has upped his homer pipductiott? He's only four back of hs
entire '5(5 total. A clipping from -J. P. M., Poughkeepsier whielS
tells of a quarter horse who races locomotives between Hyde:
Park and Staatsburg. . "PoundKout?" the gentleman wonders.
....HI choat. DOnniblv bilh nnt.tho nrlirlnal. nn. vinki .f h (

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der now he and Man 'O Wfc ptujfr oft these heavenly 4aya?
' A GOLFING DI MAGGW -inBUly Pierce of the White tod
?ev eals Mickey Mantle, wonJt gd" lor a ;,bad ball hitting rtgt rtgt-handed,
handed, rtgt-handed, only when he swings Xrdn the other .side Of the AlSti
Joe Di Magglo Jr. prefers golf. 'At 16, he's ah 80 1 shooter .1,'.
"Honorable Junior has excellent awing" reports, Hi-Fi,, our "Chi "Chinese
nese "Chinese private eye in San Fran. . ..'If baseball is in perfect health,
how come the once powerful and profitable minor league cluba
continue to die on the vine? Now New Orleans is to follow New
ark, Jersey City, Oakland and tither former strongholds a tt
ghost town.- Shoeless Joe Jackson was the only one of its many

spark'. ng contributions to the majors. In tact, first time wej
saw him he was roaming the outfield for the Pelicans. By thTTn
though, he's gone social end was. wearing shops." ,

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fOR RENT;- New chalet, 3 bed bed-roemt,
roemt, bed-roemt, living-dining now, maid's
room, porch and garage. Furnish Furnish-d
d Furnish-d or unfurnithad. Cornar Paseo
Cincuenrenario and 7th Avenue,
Coco del Mar (San Francisco).
Phono 3-3005.
FOR RENT: 'Modern chalet two
badroomi, garage, maid'a room.
Aquilino do la Giiardia Street No.
22, opposite "El Panama Hotel."
Phone 3-0297.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished residence, 3 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms, garden. 15th Street
No. 114, Paitilla. Phone 3-4522.
FOR RENT: In new chalet,
living-dining room, bedroom,
bathroom, kitchen, garage. Ur Urbanization
banization Urbanization "Los Angeles," Tele Tele-phono
phono Tele-phono 2-3199.
FOR RENT: 3-bedroom mod modern
ern modern house in coolest section at
Las Cumbres. Spacious and with
all conveniences. Call 3-1 133.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom chalet,
living-dining room, porch, ga garage,
rage, garage, garden, screened. East 84th
St. No. 1 0, San Francisco.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom chalet
with baths, private entrances,
garage. Justo Arosemena Ave.
No. D-456. Phooe 3-6167.
Resorts
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. On mil past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phon Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Corteges
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Pana-,
, Pana-, ma, R. da P. Phon Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Baldwin' furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
Shipping Agents
(Continued from race 1)
gates in each of the lock cham chambers
bers chambers which approximately cut
the 1,000-foot lock chambers by
one third. Thus, ships not long

enough to require the use of ahouisa Kurath, former Canal, Zone

full chamber can -"Be locked
t irough in the shortened cham chamber.
ber. chamber. -
While short chamber lock-'
ages save water, they tend to
slow traffic to the Canal be became
came became of the more tedious
handling in a shortened cham chamber.
ber. chamber. Because of this the short
chamber lockage procedure
has not been adopted this
year because of heavy traffic
in the Canal.
L Short chamber lockages will
be limited to ships not exceed -Ihe
450 feet in length, according
to a memorandum Issued by
Capt. W. S. Rodimon, Marine Di Director.
rector. Director. The use of tandem lockages
two ships in the same lockage
will be continued to the maxi maximum
mum maximum extent, the memorandum
said.
Scout News
Leadership Course
A Girl Scout leader's course
for all adults and seniors will
begin at 8:30 a.m., Monday, in
the basement of the Balboa Un Union
ion Union Youth Bldg. Please bring a
notebook and pencil. For further
Information, call Balboa 1320.
Cut-up Cut Up
f CHICAGO, July 10 (UP) A
policeman's cat that defied an
anti-litter ordinance and eot a-
way with It has done it for the
last time. Sgt. Tnomas Maner
told a veterinarian to perform
a sterility operation on his cat,
Minnie, which has just produced
her 12th litter.
' LEGAL NOTICE
CANAL EONB
Tjsdted SUtes District Ceurt Fer The
District ef The Canal Zaae
Balboa Division
Kandolph H. McLaughlan. Libelant vs.
M V. Tropic Trader. Reepondent. No.
4521 In Admiralty Marshal's Notice of
Sale.
By virtue of an Order of Sal issued
out of the United SUtes District Court
tor the District of the Cane! Zone. Bal Bal-oe
oe Bal-oe Division, on the 2Cth day of June.
1857, notice. is hereby given that I will
Mil hv ouhlic auction, tor cash. V-
urrency. on Monday, the ISth day of
Julv. 1S57. at 1 o'clock; am, at the
United State District Court House. An Anton.
ton. Anton. Canal tone, the Motor Vessel Tro Tronic
nic Tronic Trader, her encinea. boilers, tackle.
furniture, etc, as she no" lies in the
basin of Balboa Harbor. Balboa, canal
Zone.
For further in formation, wnie urmeo

8it Marshal. Drawer 1. Baihoa i ot a strong eigm-nmer Dy new new-,
, new-, Heights. Canal Zone, or telephone his comer Gene Host to turn back
office. 1-2KA. Iik. l-f. for lh. rifth tim in

I. KtacaM
United State Marshal
By Peter H. tW a
Chief Deputy Marshal.
Anrori. Canal Zene
June St. 1SS7.

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ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just built
modem furniahod apartment, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phon Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Spacious two-bedroom
unfurnished apartment in in-fine
fine in-fine residential dictrict, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during offic hours.
FOR RENT: Cool, furnished
apartment on Via Porras No.
120, beside Roosevelt Theater,
overlooking SAS Commissary. For
information phon 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Apartment, three
bedrooms, two baths, living-dining
room, large kitchen, laundry,
clothesline and maid's room with
bath at Campo Alegr. Informa Information:
tion: Information: Phon Panama 3-4641.
FOR RENT: 3 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bathrooms, large dining
and living room, separate maid's
room with bath, garage, unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, in high cool locality. All
acreened. In El Cangrejo. Sam,
but 3 bedrooms. Phone office
hours 2-0321, after office hours
2-3525.
FOR RENT: I -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, furnished or unfurnished,
"El Sol" Building, 4th of July 1
Avenue and Juan B. Sosa Street.
Phone 3-7658.
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment, living-dining
room, 2 bedrooms, stove, re refrigerator.
frigerator. refrigerator. 43 rd Street No. 64,
Bella Vista.
FOR RENT: 3 beautiful mod modern
ern modern apartments in recently built
building, Samuel Lewis Street: 2
bedrooms, maid's room, indepen independent
dent independent wash tubs, garage, spacious
yard, balcony facing street. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-2998.
Former CZ Nurse
Louisa Kuralh Dies
In Bradenlon, Fla.
Word has been received in the
Canal Zone of the death of Miss
nurse, in Brndentdwn. Fla... 'June
zs aner a long illness. She was
84-years old.
Born in Switzerland, Miss Kur
ath came to Pennsylvania with
her family as a a' child. She was!
graduated from the Philadelphia
Methodist Hospital School of Nurs Nursing
ing Nursing and came in 1906 to the Canal
Zone where she was employed as
a nurse during most of the con
strucnon era
After leaving the Isthmus in
19Z3, she was a nurse with the
united rruit Company in Cubak
Guatemala, Costa Rica, Honduras
and Peru. From 1917 to 1920, she
was with the Canal Zone Health
Bureau and 1929 was re-employ
ed as a school nurse in Balboa
unaer tne late Dr. George Eugene
Since her retirement in 1935 she
nas made her home in Bradenton
was an active member of the A
merican Red Cross during the Sec-
j i, i -i ...
uuu worm wcr, ana was an ac-
"ye member of the First Metho-
oist unurch
bne 's survived by two sisters,
Mrs. Harry Lyon and Mrs. Ber Bertha
tha Bertha Wentzel.
Funeral services were held in
Bradenton June 25.
Richmond Appears
Ready To Snap Out
Of Prolonged Slump
NEW YORK, July 10 (UP) The
Richmond Virginians, in the midst
of a bad plump since early June,
today appear on the verge of fi
nally snapping out of it.
The third-place Veeg slugged Co Co-lumbuT,
lumbuT, Co-lumbuT, 6 E, for the second straight
night to remain within three and
a half games of front-running Buf Buffalo
falo Buffalo in the International League.
The Bisons meanwhile flexed their
muscles in another power display
in downing Toronto, IS 2. The
scheduled name between Roches
ter and Montreal at Quebec City
was postponed by rain and Mia
mi-Havana were not scheduled.
Big Bill Bethel went all the way
for Richmond in gaining his ninth
numph against three defeats. Tne
37-year-old righthander, who has
hecom.- the bell-wether of manag
er Eddie Lopat's pitching staff,
was touched for two homers, both
by Howie Goss.
I Buffalo, which has won 14 of
its las 17 games, took advantage
jeight meetings. The Bison's pow
er Dnfcoe cflHnouiea inree uom uom-crs
crs uom-crs oy Uuts Easter (27). Bill
Serena (61 and Mike Baxes (7).
Serena's blast came with the bas bases
es bases loaded.
The linesceres:
RVchmond Columbus 2.
To'OOio 00-100-001 2 1
SvfUM 301-OtK10-10xl5-lM
JnrdLn r.laU () and Rovilli:
Unm4 nA k t rrtf k I.P larrlaat 1
HRs Earter, Serena, Baxes, Mwr

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INTERNAL.
BARDO NO,
VAN-DER-JIS 50 Street No. S3
the Bella Vista Theatre.
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1952 Buick Super
Hardtop, very good condition.
Price $595. 2-1872.
FOR SALE: Save $750 belowi.
CZ. price, new 1957 Ford Sta-;
Hon Wagon, 1100 miles, $2475
cash r terms. 572-A Curundu
Hgts. 83-6230 evenings.
FOR SALE: Red & black 1953
Buick Special Hardtop Converti Convertible.
ble. Convertible. Balboa 4177 or 1993.
FOR SALE: 1952 Deluxe Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet Coupe, in perfect condition,
power glide, wsw tires, two two-tone,
tone, two-tone, $800 cash. See at Colom Colombia
bia Colombia Street No. 6, upstairs, for
demonstration.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Fairlan
in excellent condition,, practical practically
ly practically 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. Qtrs. 50,
Albrook, Phone 5174. Also 26 26-inch
inch 26-inch boy's bicycle $10.
MUST SELL: 1947 Buick 2 2-door,
door, 2-door, black, $125. CaH Diablo
2-1441; home 5338-B,
Diablo,
CZ.
FOR SALE: '55 Pontiac 4-door,
Sedan, black, with ww tires, ex-'
cellent condition, radio. May see
at Civa, S.A.
FOR SALE: 1 952 Buick 4-door
Special, clean. Balboa 1777.
FOR SALE: 1954 Oldsmobil
Convertible, complete p o w e r
equipment, excellent condition.
For details call Balboa 2-4135
after 4 p.m. .; v.-
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet,
duty paid, excellent condition,
$500 and it's yours. No. 13, 7th
Street, Parque Lefevr. t
TOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet 4-,
door sedan. Call 83106. after
4:30 p.m. .-Vl4?f
TRANSPORTS! BAXTER. S. A.
Packers Shippers Mevers
Phones 2-2451 2- 2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Ridinaj flr Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phon 2-2451
w by appointment.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar f ,lfe Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 8-0531
StRVKIO
TELEVISION
ELEVISIOK SERVICE
'UUt fSUjTKETTl.aa
TEL. 2-4557
"Slim Tons flsnre down"
BODX REDUCING
MeLevy Machines. Massage
team Batb male mni female
Medical helta, ertb braces.
ORTOPEDIA NACIONAL
SS Av. Joete Arasemeae S-2211
Dr. 8CHOIX trained Chiropodist
CAMERA
Department
. . ask for Bill
I. L. Maduro Jr.
j i race B Banco NaeJonal
COLON
Heat Too Much, So
Off Come Clothes;
Lady Lands In Jug
MONTGOMERY, Ala.. July lo1
(UP) It was the hottest day of
'he yttr here and an attractive
brunette decided to beat the 7 7-degre
degre 7-degre heat by taking off seme of
her clothes.
Officers said Betty Jean Jodges
was arrested Monday while par partially
tially partially unc hotbed at the Montgom Montgomery
ery Montgomery farmers market She gave no
reason for her action, and Judge
D. Eur en Lee sentenced ber to
10 days tn lail for vagrancy.
"I htpe It won't happen again.
Judge Lie," she said.
l i The predicUon was for a high of

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Miscellaneous
"TECHO" BRAND PRIME QUA- :
LITY. ZINC SHEETS 36 BQ
2' x 6', speeiaf galvanised finish,
$1.25 per SHEET. "PAN AMER AMERICAN
ICAN AMERICAN CONTRACTORS, INC.",
r 6th Street, Parque Lafevre, Tela.
3T-5471, 3-6707 or "LA IM IM-PORTADORA
PORTADORA IM-PORTADORA SELECTA", H St.,
Tel. 2-1483.
. FOR SALE: Spinet piano Estey
wbench, $400. House 6418 Los
, Rios. Phon 2-3549.
fOR SALE: Save money!. Buy
Clayco blocks, 4" x 12" x 12".
They are economical, light and
do not crack, $123.20 per thou thousand.
sand. thousand. Clayco & Alfareria, S. A.,
Via Espana No. 37-48. Phon.
3-0160.
CLEARANCE SALE of Costum
Jewelry, Home Decorations, Lea Leather
ther Leather Goods, Stationery, Novelties
and many others. Sorry, Cash on only.
ly. only. MATMOR No. 122, Central.
Ave., across from Felix Mad'uro.
FOR SALE: 60 cu. ft. Ingersoll
Rand gasoline compressor, 210
cu. ft. Leroy gasoline compres compressor,
sor, compressor, 500 cu. ft. Ingersoll Rand
diesel compressor, 1942 Dodge
Coupe, 1952 Fiat Convertible,
1951 Nash Rambler. Call Balboa
1530, 7 a.m. till 3:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: T. V. antennae.
6356-A, Los Rios. Phone Balboa
3482.
FOR SALE: Set of golf clubs
and bag, $20. Call Balboa 1 759.
FOR SALE: 13-gallon empty
sulphuric acid carboys. Firestone
3-1501.
Canal's MY Manager
Leslie Ferguson
Hero For Month
LesllV A. Ferguson, manager of
we canal's New YorK operations,
wi 11 n r r i uv frtm Apvnur nffavn mm
tne. Manama liner Aneen for
month a special assignment in the
canai ioner ufy is accompanied
by Mrs. Ferguson 'and i their two
cniidren.;v -ir'
Ferguson's assignment Was ar
ranged several weeKs. ago, in con
nection wnn tne program to im improve
prove improve thfr standard of articles sold
in the Panama Canal commissa
ries.
During his stay he will have the
opportunity to Decome netter ac
quainted with the requirements of
tne commissary trade: the tvoe
and quality of foods and other
merchandise desired by the bulk
of the clientele; and the problems
of handling certain types of mer
chandise bec&use of climatic con
ditions or transportation difficul
ties.
During his assignment, the New
York manager will have office
space at the Supply and Employes
Service Bureau headquarters in
tne Administration Building.
Panoply In Jalopy
CHICAGO, July 10 (UP)
Phrl. Tarulln VipHpvps In t.ht sflv-l
lnir "Somethine old. somettilng
npo .. ." about weaaines. He
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uin rirtv tii Tils weddlnBr todav
in o im pgr Uoiilnir a narade
of vintage autos driven by fel-
low members or an oia car ciud.i

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Home Articles
' FOR SALE: Stov Magie Chf,
refrigerator General Electric, ta tables,
bles, tables, kitchen cabinets, 43 rd St.
No. 46, Bella Vista.
FOR SALE: 21" Capehart TV
console with outside antenna,
cabinet in dark mahogany $140.
Phon Albrook 86-3274. ,
FOR SALE: Refrigerators, all
models, 25 cycles, good condi condition,
tion, condition, $35 each. Kadoch, Phone
1088-B, Colon.
' FOR SALE: Due to trip, dining
room set mottled cream color, 9
pieces chairs otoroi uphol upholstered.
stered. upholstered. Phon 3-2347. Parque
Lefevre, 9th Street No. 21.
FOR SALE: Laundromat $60,
refrigerator $80. china closet $8,
electric oven $15, bureaus, type typewriter,
writer, typewriter, other items. Call Panama
2-0599.
FOR SALE: Couch, double bed,
bunk beds, swdeper, kitchen ta table,
ble, table, 25-cycl refrigerator and
dryer. Cristobal 3-2765.
FOR SALE: Dining room set
$100, radio console and record
player $190, mahpgany. desk
, $20, complete automatic wash washing
ing washing machine $175. Phon Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-1543 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Gas slov 4 burner,
good condition. Leaving for the
States. Phone Balboa 2-3219
from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
FOR SALE: Studio couch $59,
complete double beds $45, Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood bads 30' $22.50, mat mattresses
tresses mattresses $12.50, complete folding
beds $29, bureaus $9.50, dining
table and 4 chairs $59, metal ta tables
bles tables $12, chrome chair $9.50,
chairs $3, coffee tables $12.50,
child's wardrobe, $19, comer ta tables
bles tables $18, linoleums $6.95. Also:
beautiful wrought iron living and
dining room sets at lowest prices.
We give Gold Stamps. Household
Exchange, National Ave. No. 4 1
Phon 3-4911, 3-7348.
Red Skelf ons Off c;
On European rToir
With Doomed Child
HOLLYWOOD. July 10 (UP)
Comedian Red Skelton left today
for a two-month tour of Europe
with hi son Richard. 9. who is
suffering from incurable leu
kemia.
Accompanied also by his wife,
fionrpla. and 10-vear-old daughter,
Valentina, Skelton and his son will
flv to Denmark via the Polar
rnuta and then eo to Norway,
Sweden. Germany, France, t Italy
and Spain.
"I don't have to be back for
mv TV series for another two and
a half months," Skelton said be
fore deriartine.
"We may stay a full two months
and return via Nexico City from
Madrid. On the other hand; if
Richard is un to it. we may ar
range our schedule for a quick
trip to the Orient
"I want the warmth or tne
i ... i i j
world to emDrace my cniia,
The comedian's doctors have
annroved the trio, advising Skel
ton that Richard be given periodic
cnecK-ups wnue auiuau.

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SERVICES
The FATIMA PHARMACY lo located
cated located t Mercado El Ray, of far'
efficient filling of prescriptions
and horn delivery service. Phon
3-3416.
WANTED: Will pay cash for
retreedabl tirt casings, Firestone
3-1501.
WANTED TO BUY;12-in. 25 25-cycl
cycl 25-cycl electric fan. Phon 2-3373.
WANTED TO BUY; Interested
in buying hoiis in Santa Clara
at a reasonable pric. .But offer
will be accepted. Pleas call Mr.
Navarro, Prjon 3-2586 after 6
. p.m.
Cafe Esquire Plans
Second In Series
Of Talenl Conlesls
Colon's Cafe Esquire will begin
its second series of contests Sat Saturday
urday Saturday at UtI5 p.m, This series
will follow a four-week Break in
the regular presentation of this
contest tha ended at the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Theater June 8 with the choos choosing
ing choosing of the winners of the first
series.
During this first series several
good singers and groups were' re revealed
vealed revealed to regular attenders of the
Cafe. These linalists were all win
ners on previous contests. The
winners in the solo and group cat
egories, A. C. Clarke and the
Hnrmonizers; were presented to
the general public on Circulo Cua-
tro's .Time show. That was one of
the incentives behind the contests
the other being cash prizes issued
after every program.
rne big prize, which will be a-
wi.rded tor the climax of wis sec
ond series, is being withheld
emcee Herbert Moise and .those
closely associated with 4he pro
gram: Judging from the long s list
already enrolled to parucipate; it
is assumed that the second series
will be very much bigger than
the first.
Traffic Experts
Meeting To Precede
Highway Conference
Plans f jt the 7th Pan-American
Highway Conference are rolling a
long smoothly, with activity reach
ing a fevered pitcn tnese last inree
weeks, before the ..conference
st&rts' v"i 7
Traffic Police Chief Maj. Aristl Aristl-des
des Aristl-des Hassan announced today that
special license tags are: being is issued
sued issued to accommodate all of. the
visiting delegates who will attend
the conference from August 1 to
10.
Special chauffeurs, who havie
good safety records, are being
choseq for the cars whicirare be being
ing being closely examined for mechani mechanical
cal mechanical excellence, -'V.-'
In addition to the highway con
ference, a reunion of "traffic ex
perts" will be held m Panama
City from July 28 to 31.
Stamps commemorating the
Highway Congress will be put on
sale at all Panama post oiuces on
Aug. 1. About 950,000 have been
ordered. These will appear in va various
rious various denominations including
three cent ordinary mail and 10 10-cent
cent 10-cent air mail stamps.
Meanwhile, the Canal Zone -So
ciety of Engineers is issuing in invitations
vitations invitations for a conference to be
held at the Fern Room of the Ti Ti-voli
voli Ti-voli Guest House on July 19 "at
7:20 p.m.. Guest speaker will be
Panama Minister of Public Works
Roberto Lopez Fabrega who it al
so president of tne organizing com
mittee for, the Highway Confer
ence.
His subject wilt be the "Darien
Gap" of the highway.
Burglar Proves
Faster Th'lnkcr
Thair IBM Brain
CLEVELAND. Oh"to" Jury. M
(UP) The International (Business!
Machine Corp. maker of eiec-
trome brain machines Had .we
diseonrertinc task here today of
solving a problem without the aid
of maehinei. i

It wtina the local IBM office
is protected at-sight by a "re- f
cord" lock., The device records!
Uie time and the serial number!
of any key used to open it- '1
A culprit used a key during the I
weekend te coen the door. Other II

keys opened desks and a tiling
I cabinet, and the thief made off
(with 1,57T.- -
The burglar, who thought fast-
;er than the machine, removed the
recording tape from the door iocs.
Without the aid of his devices.
Manager Ralph Pfieffer nuestioD
ed kearryiD employes.

4 WANTED: Topnoteh TV tech tech-nician.
nician. tech-nician. Must have Panama and
Canal Zone commercial drivers
licenses. Do nojt apply unless you
have a minimum of onyear tel-
, evision experience.! Phne Pana-
ma 2-4616 for interview,
, WANTED: Salesman, bilingual,
. xprience in selling to offic
" managers desirable. Guaranteed
, monthly income plus, eommis eommis-;
; eommis-; sions. Phon Panama 3-3477 for
appointment, v
Real Estate
FOR SALE: 5-hectar farm
with concrete chalet 2 bedrooms,
eompletely furnished, other con-,
veniences, one mil from cement
factory on Trans-Isthmian High-
way, $12,000. For more details
writ to "Zwi 924," Panama."
FOR SALE: New and modern
chalet, 2 bedrooms, maid's room,
te., antranc to Vista: Harmosa, '.
Fernando do Cordoba Street No
2-90, between Second and Third
Streets. U; H-pi:)-:.
FOR SALI: Santa Clara. Large
. ranch type house, redwood and
' concrete, tiled floors,''. 2 baths,
servants' quarters, s pc I e u a
flrounds. This is a comfortable
home, can aba be used for club,
school, etc. Five minutes walk
from teach. For Information call
2-2830, 2-2644, ,t
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CZ
CHEAPEST EDUCATION AVAIL
ABLE! Rent a TV only pennies
per day. Call 2-2374.
Free buffet supper,. Pedro Miguel
Boat Club, for members and their
guests. July 12, 6:30t.m

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BUICK,. Hard top, 2 tone, Radio v, 1 ,450.00
FORD,' 2-door, Radio, FDM 750.00
MERCURY! Montclair, 2 tone," Radio .2,500.00
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restaurant employes at Fort Clay-
ton NCO C'ub from a.m. t 5
p.m. daily. Cooks, vaitrsss,'
casniers, busboys. N telephone
ealls
Boats, & Rotors
FOR SALE: Boats: one 23-ft.
steel hull double ender; ona II II-'
' II-' ft., wood hull; 25-hp. Universal
motors. Boats need work. $550
tor both. Call Balboa 2-3578.
FOR SALE: Cabin cruiser 18 Vi
ft., 60-hp, Ford; Y-8 engine re recently
cently recently overhauled. Cashver terms.
Call Albrook 2207.
FOR SALE: Cabin cruisar ( li lift.)
ft.) lift.) fiber glass bottom, good con-' :
dition,' 2 years eld. Can be seen
Tarpon Club, Gatun. Price $250,
Phone Balboa 4334 or 1409 aft.
er 4:30 p.m-i
Negro (slj
fConttnned from Pact I)
soldier kept n arguing and
fighting until the policemen
showed up. The woman then de denied
nied denied ever being on "J" Street.
several .times during uie tes testimony
timony testimony ofthe defendants,fther8
was considerable argument back
and forth until the Judge cau cautioned:
tioned: cautioned: v i
"Stop, arguing .( Just answer,
the questions." -'
In order to check any possible
Panama police record the de defendant
fendant defendant may have, the Magis Magistrate
trate Magistrate ordered the case continued,
until '2:30 this afternoon. He
found them all guilty and set
ball at $15 for each.- 11
! jaLloyd la stationed at Ft. Kob Kob-be.
be. Kob-be. Thfi female) defendant said
Jshe is employed as: a 'mud'.
Panama City. Brooks aia not give
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- riFANUP DRIVE Panama City Mayor Jose A. Cajar (left), personally supervises therstart,
Sf 'deration Cleanup" in the Chorrillo section of the city. Workers threw out rubbish, old
tn K S broken "PfurSture found on balconies on all buildings hv the area and .loaded .loaded-them
them .loaded-them on government trucks which took them to the dump. The irfayor expects the carry
'wit the drive throughout the city. -'

"Let the people know the truth and the country i$ safe "-' Abraham Lincoln.

SZnd YEAR

PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 4957

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Thrill Killer Nathan Leo

Launches 4th Bid For Freedom

SPRINGFIELD, 111., July 10 (UP) years as a human guinea pig in

AT.fhn tjnnnld. oartner m tne

1924 Leopold-Loeb thnU slaying of
' lltfe Bobby Franks, made a new
bidior freedom today with the
.backing of poet Carl Sandburg,
" mystery writer Erie Stanley Gard-
, ner and novelist Meyer Levin.
' Leopold, 52, appealed to the n n-;
; n-; linois Parole and Pardon Board
' for commutation of his 85-year
r pr.'son. term.
' Hm attorneys argued his case
fot3lfhi while he remained behind
: barsVin Stateyille Penitentiary at
Jo'ieL' 111.
Th hnard said it will make a

recommendation to Gov. William
G. Stratton, who is expected to rule
' .on the appeal "in about 30 days.
Sandburg and Gardner appealed
'on Leopold's behalf in letters to
Stratton which were presented to
, the board. ,.
Sandburg asked Stratton for an
act of mercy and justice" which
'would be "the gong of a great
moment to be never forgotten in
. 1 .nnsli ftf Illinois

j ( 111 K .iCUUlu uu
srd the U.S.A."'
5 ; Sandburg wrote that a pardon
cood beoola av-

' in"-. It seems we live in, a sane

, world where sometimes t the
nslUcmoment may come mercy
'nd justice. ..the people, yes, they
. respond to acts of authority fiav fiav-mg
mg fiav-mg grace and meaning."
tt Gardner's letter said that Leo Leo-nnlrl'
nnlrl' Leo-nnlrl' release could have great

- pffnet "in stemming the tide of

' juvenile delinquency," but did not
. expand on the point.
' He said Leopold has not been
' ?' able to eain his freedom before

.because of 'reams of unfortunate

' publicity" and the Leopold fam
A Uy'i wealth and position."
" Levin, author of the best-selling
r now! "Compulsion" based on the
slaying that shocked the nation 33
f ; year? ago, also urged clemency.
Heaid that Leopold, who "has
. become a symbol of a crime, can
i becOme a greater symbol of cor correction."
rection." correction." Leopold and Richard Loeb were
lentenced to 99 years in 1924 after
the slaying of the 14-year-old
Franks boy in Chicago. Leopold
Was 19 years old at the time.
' Loeb died in a prison fight In
1936.
Former Gov. Arllai E. Steve Steve-lon
lon Steve-lon reduced Leopold's sentenct to
U -years, making him eligible for
P8fiol(, after Leopold volunteered
v and .served three and one-half

malaria experiments at the prison

But three times the parole boara
has turned down his pleas for
frtedom. It rejected his parole bid
in 1953 and his requests for re re-hearings
hearings re-hearings in 1955 and last Decem December.
ber. December. In 1953 the board set 1965 as
the next time Leopold could apply
for parole.
Leopold, who has had two heart
attacks and suffers from, diabetes
and a kidney infection scoffed
U executive clemency because
"1 won't live that long.".
Abei Brown, Chicago real estate
man and college friend of both
Leopold and Loeb, told the board

that Leopold at the time of the

crime was "quiet, studious, seri

ous, a very gentle boy; a nicer

kid has never lived."
He. described Loeb, who actual actually
ly actually did the killing, as "criminal

istic, a leader, aggressive,

crafty." He said Loeb had a "sad

istic streak" and "induced Leo

peld to make this tragic mistake.

to commit the single dreadful ,mis-4

step that has ruined his life.

Brown said Leopold now was

"crying out at the very end of

his life" for help.

"If you don't give it to him

now, you II cut the heart out of

him ; he'll rot and die in prison,
Brown said.

Israelis, Syrians Exchange
Gunfire In Ten-Hour Battle

'JERUSALEM, July10 (UP) An Israeli army spokesman said

Noted US Musicologist Here:
Gives First Lecture Friday :

tional Institute of Music, and In

David tin the Province of Chiriqui.

, Aithougn known (primarily for

bis bo.Jk on vmusic history p and

emicism Chase is many things

he law a musicologist; he is also
a diplomat,, author, teacher and
lecturer. Currently acting as dean
of the College of Fine Arts at the
University of Oklahoma, he also
holds the position of director of
the School of Music and teaches
courses in music history and theo theory.
ry. theory. Born in Havana Jn 1906, Dr.
Chase was reared in the United
Slates and .attended' Columbia U U-niversity
niversity U-niversity and the University of
North Carolina, where he receiv received
ed received his degree of Bachelor ofArts.
He alio holds an honorary de degree
gree degree of doctor of philosophy from
the University of Miami.
Books by Dr. Chase include A A-merica's
merica's A-merica's Music: From The Pil Pilgrims
grims Pilgrims To The Present (1955): Mu

sic In Radio Broadcasting (1946);
OniHp Tn Latin AmHfflrt Mucip

can musiocologist, arrived at To-. ("945)- The Music Of Spain (1941);

cumen tms morning 10 Degin a, cities And Souls: Poemas de Es-

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Dr. GILBERT CHASE

Dr. Gilbert Chase, noted Ameri

pana (1929). He has also contribut
ed articles to many periodicals,
both in the United States and a a-broad.

lecture tour through the Central
American republics, under the au

spices of the U.S. Department of

State Educational and cultural Ex

change Drop.ram.

Dr. Chase's first talk will be
While in Panama he will give "Creative Trends in American Mu Mu-talks
talks Mu-talks on'musical themes at the-sic at the National Institute of Mu Mu-National
National Mu-National University and the Na-sic on Friday, at 5:30 p.m. On
Tuesday at 8 p.m. he will speak

1 at tne waiionai university on

"Notes on the History of Jazz."
The talk on jazz will also be given
I at David on Monday.

Syrian and Israeli forces clashed
irt a 10-hour gunfire and mortar

duel todav along their mountain.

ous frontier. The cattle iinauy

stopped after seven appeals by

the United Nations for a cease

fire.

Both sides blamed each other
fof starting the battle, first major
flareun ir. the tense Arab-Israeli

situation since the Sinai Peninsula
campaign last fall.

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MWS LATEST Wd Pat Patrick
rick Patrick Beresford, Princess Marga Margaret's
ret's Margaret's newest escort, watches a
polo game at Windsor, Bnc Bnc-land.
land. Bnc-land. Lord Beresford and the
Princess rJnave seen, each othr
every -day for two weeks. She
cheered "Come on, Patrick" Sat
the polo match and drove off
with him alter the game.

UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS

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It has been a lonf time, possibly many yean, since such
crowds have beeo seea at any theatre in this city, await-

their turn ta see a shaw. This miracle aeeurred at the

Ln Theatre, an the accasion of the Warner Bras.' release
Zt "GIANT."
v This masterpiece has reached the most complete suc-

uch, omwinf iroua an previous racaros ai au ins tncaires
ia the KepvbUe.

Tas Lax Theatre with "GIANT W trtnM tha thiaw

tlan af ait times. A new triumph for tba Central Circuit
and Warner Bras.
T - la aecardanec with snfarmatiaa from reliable aaarees,
this film will net he played ia any other theatre, therefore,
the persons who have not yet seen this great a let are shoots'
not snias tha oMortanHr of eceiar it aa It roea into itm

(,'! second big week, starting today.

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Cold Conscious

HASTINGS, Mich., July 10
(UP) Thieves who looted the
William Crawford home appar apparently
ently apparently were getting ready for a
long, hard winter. Sheriff's dep

uties said articles in the $1,600 out witn Margaret at least twice
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vuifc iwciuuiu a uikuo vuwat, i a lOr 1X16 pa Si lllree muutns,
a woman's beaver coat, two! did not arrive until after dinner.

snow tires and five men's winter ;mp arswered his invitation too

Old Flames Flicker

As Meg's Handsome
Irish Peer Arrives

LONDON, Jury 10 (UP) Prln Prln-.
. Prln-. Marearet attended a birthday

party Monday night with several
old flames but reserved most of
her dances for the handsome Irish
peer who is her most frequent
escort these days.
The princess w.as escorted to
the party of the Marquess of Duf-'

fcrin and Ava Dy ura riunaeu,
a member of the royaF household
who has sduired Margaret for

vrars

Lord Patrick Beresford, the 23-

ve?r-o.d Irish peer who has been

suits.

Weather Or Not

This weather report for the
24 hours ending ajn. today,
is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Bydrographlc
Branch of tha Panama. Canal
Company:
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TEMPERATURE :

lMe to be included in the seat seat-ine
ine seat-ine srruiBements.

But it it wasnt long after dinner
before he and Margaret were to

gether. They danced together lor
roost of the evening.
Piunkett has been frequently
linked romantically with Margar Margaret.
et. Margaret. Ho ever, he is regarded by

I well-informed sources to be out ot
' the running because of bis Roman
i Catholic religion. 1

Syrian tun positions perched atop

a 640-loot ridge opened a mortar
barrage at noon yesterday

against the collective farm settle

ment of Goncn nestled in the Uu
leh Valley of Northeastern Israel

The spokesman said the Syrians
ignored six cease-fire orders from

the U.N. Armistice Commission

before finally heeding a seventh

appea) to stop at 10 p.m.

fin Damascus, a Syrian army

spokesman said Israel started the

battle. He said Israeli armored

cars ooened fire and that Syrian

troops returned the fire until told
to stop by tht U.N. He said the

Israelis ignored the U.M. ana con continued
tinued continued firing with mortars.)

Col. Nehmiah Brosh, the Israeli

army spokesman, said that after

nine nours ot nring, one israeii
had been killed and seven

wounded.
(Syrian spokesmen said there
were no Syrian military casualties
but that two Arab women and two
children were wounded by Israeli
mortar shells.)
Israel charged that the Syrians
started the battle with machine
gun fire that sprayed an Israeli

police patrol crossing the Huleh
swamp 120 yards across the Syr

ian 'border.

..One of the men : wa t wounded

and when the patrol tried to res

cue him the', Syrians opened, up
with mortars, a spokesman said.

Jsraol complained that tne Syr

ians ignored u.w. orders 10 siop

shooting.

Pickuo 3rd pah: The Israeli

The. Israeli cabinet, already in

emereencv session here, demana

ed an immediate meeting with the
acting chief of the U.N. truce su-
Eervision organization, Col. Bryon
eary.
Syrians kidnaped an Israeli sol

dier there in 1956 and Israel

seized five Syrians in return. In

June of last year Israelis fighting

a field fire were shot at. Last

January Syrian fire wounded a

Gonen farmer. Two weeks- later

Syrians fired on the town again,

Brosh said Syrian forces1 first

opened rifle and machine gun fire

today on an Israeli patrol south

of Gonen. One policeman was
hurt.

He said the patrol returned the

fire and the Syrians opened up

with mortars.

An Israeli plane, spraying crops

in .a nearby field also was fired

on and made a forced landing.

Brosh said.

The Israeli spokesman said U.N.

truce observers on the scene or

dered a ceasefire effective at 2:45

p.m. It was irgnored and the

truce supervisors ordered a
second at 4 p.m. and a third at

7:30.

Each time. Brosh chareed. the

Syrian forces continued the bom

bardment..

Israel s cabinet was meeting

nere to discuss foreign affairs
problems in connection with the
coming European visit of Foreign
Minister Golds Meir.
Two ministers were absent when

the shooting started. Police stop'l

pea mem on the road outside the
city and toldt hem to return im
mediately, an Israeli spokesman
said.
U.N. Truce, Chief Leary, scting
in the absence of Maj. Gen.
E. L. M. Burns, had traveled to

the Syrian capital of Damascus
today to discuss a recent wave of

border incidents.
He returned this afternnnn ta

desl with the Gonen situation

from his neutral headquarters in

WASHINGTON, July 10 (UP)

Vice President Richard M. Nixon

has handed a tactical -vitory to ci

vial rights supporters by reject

mg a Southern challenge to the

legality oi ine measure. Deing con

sidered by the Senate.

Dixie foes of the bill raised the
technicil point that the Senate

was considering an erroneaous co

py of the cjvu rights bill approv

ed by the House.

They contended that this copy,

in which an amendment was mis

placed had been read twice to

the Senate and that the corrected
version never had been officially

received. v
But Nixon, asked by Senate Re

publican Leader William F. Know

land to rule on the issue, held
mat- the correction made in the

hill by the House clerk was retro

active. He said such corrections

were routine and never had been

objected to before.

Sen. Richard B. Russell (D-Ga),

leader of the Southern forces,

threatened to appeal the ruling to

the Senate but later withdrew his
demand for a roll call vote on the

Question.

We may rule, we may nae

roughshod.. .but the fact xemains
that this bill has not been read
twice:'? Russell asserted.. He said

Nixon's ruling amounted to letting

a House cierK sudsiiiuis ior we

action of the Senate.

Russell said he did not appeal

Nixon's ruling "because I don't

want tn set a precedent."' He said

I know that when the Knowiana-

Douglas axis springs Into action.

it's got enough votes tot rewrite

the rules as-; we go along." He

referred to Sen. PaulH.- Dougla

Russell said he would "'wait ;for

a calmer hour .and have this issue

settled on us merits" on some

"simpler bill." V

Knowlahd said the language of

the bill originally received by the

Senate was identical witn-tnat oi

the corrected copy except "that a
single paragraph was misplaced

in the origins!. ,v :
Nixon said the procedure fol

lowered in correcting the bill hsd

been "more or less routine" ior
nearly 50 years. r v
Earlier, Knowland told reporters

he would accept, "clarifying"

changes in the bill but he rejected
any idea of limiting it to a meas

ure for the protection of voting

ghts. v I'll

The California senaioroia noi

commit himself on the compro compromise
mise compromise jury trial amendment offered

earlier bv Sen. Joseph C. O Ma-

honey (D-Wyo). He said he had

not studied it. . 4.

Southern foes of the legislation

said thev would accept the amend

ment but would continue their

fight against the bill itself. It re

mained to be seen whether tne at

tempted compromise would have
any modifying effect on the strug

gle.

If so, the second day of debate

on the measure gave little evi

dence of it. The Dixie bloc con

tinued to belabor the bill as an
invasion of states rights and a
means of making "federal judges

the tool of administration policy."

Meantime, Sen. Irving Ives (R-

NY) set up a metal cot ia his

Senate office in anticipation of

some long nights at the' Capitol

before the issue-is settled.

Knowland told reporters after

attending a White House legisla

tive conference with the President.

that he would oppose limiting, the

legislation 10 voting rignts. as
pasesd by the House, the four-

point measure would provide new
protection for Negro voting rights
snd also;
. Create a bi-partisan commission

to study alleged civil rights, viola-

uons; esiaDiisn a civu rights divi division
sion division in the Justice Deoartoient

Authorize the government to seek
injunctions or other court action

to prevent threatened violations.

Knowland ssid he told Eisenhow

er the battle over the measure
could run "four-, six or eirtt

President understands that some

other parts of his legislative pro

gram may die on the vine as
result.

The GOP leader said the 1m

portant thing now was to get

vote on his motion to take up the

Dm in the Senate. He said South

era senators indicated they would
not subject the motion to "the

same kind of extensive debate"

they planned' against the bill it-

sen.

Knowland said he would decid

Thurday whether to seek longer

sessions. He noped ior a vote on
his motion to take no th hill hv

iais weekend without anv men

steps.

AlthOUCh a full-hlnwn. Southern

nuouster. indudue round v th

clock, sessions.', mav develnn nnc

the bill is formally .called up,- the
Senate was striking ... :-: leisurelv

pace in the earlv af fh

Senate- DemocratiV Td r T.vn.

aon a. Johnson (Tex) said the

immeaiate objective was "tn in.

sure fairness and thoroughness,"
giving both sides "the full right

iu pieseni ineir "vtewnninri in

Johnson served notice that sn

ate subcommittees would not be
granted, the special,. nritiifnn

that would i enable them to.' meet

uunng me civu rights debate

ine senate' finally ant arnnrnl

to. actuauy debating civil rights at

t.te. p.m. ear. wnen sen,. J. .Wil .William
liam .William Fulbricht r Drn ,tnnVj ih

"oor w aenounce the biU' lack

Kiuvisiun ior jury trial,

rulbright also took after -.

cates who contend tha hill It m.in.

ly aimed at iimintuina k. .i-i.

td vote. i

"The Constitiitinn

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.i uj pisca.inat every citi

n uuuia. nivi rn ritrht tn.

the Arkansas senator uM in ..t

hesaid, few of the nation's earfr

esweaaers Deueved Jn universal

President Eisenhower told Repub-

iican congressional, leaaers today
that legislation to revoke "Status
of Forces'! agreements with other

countries would epdanger U.S. sa-

Eisenhower took what Housa
GOP Leader Joseph W; Martin Jr

described as a ,.'very ivieorou'

stand against the measure at his
weekly White House ipirfsUtiv.

conference. s

The" measure, ah outgrowth of
the l Girard ease, would rennir.

Eisenhower to. renecBtiat

voxe tne agrecmenU defining the
legal, jurisdiction oven U.S. troops

stationed in foreign countries.
These agreements generally pro--vide
for military 'trials for rn'mu

committed when a serviceman! is
on duty and for foreign ourt
jurisdiction over 'off-duty offenses.

ine uouse,' spusred by the is
sues raised over : Girard, is almost
certain to approve the nrnnmrf si.

teratior in Status of Forces agree-

iuciub iaier uiis weeK. (
Martin -quoted Eisenhower

saying what cancellation, of tha

agreements would endanger both
the security of this country and of
its allies-ground, the world. I
Administration spokesmen hava
said thvre, was no chanr nf m-.

negotiating the terms of the a.
greements. They pointed- out-that-the
. legislation would give, them
only until Aug. 23 to complete these
negotiations. .-
Little -League:;

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Ftilbright Said "I oerinnalU ti.

no objection to universal suffrage,

" y no means a panacea."
r Sen. John J. Snrirmit mn.i

Charged in a speech tha th km

wu mm reaeral judges the
tool Of administration nnliov

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icicucu IO ine Pravii inn .i '..

t enience violators
Civil rights ininrutinn .ithw

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jury trial. a-

"For the first Ume, an Ameri-

.u rreaiuem.u askmg Congress
to, do sway with Juries, -in order

. ui.se inti, ln tne eonvic.
tions desired by the administra
uon.".Sosrkman M -

tered their fire en the in

iTi-.1" 7 r1"1"1 Bill, ostensi ostensibly
bly ostensibly Oeilened tA nrnt ..:.-

V i T w usea to enforce

.. imegrauon m s Southern
SCilOOlS and Other ttuhli.. .1.

il My P"0 yesterday
Uiat the measure be amended to
guarsntea jury trials in u v

wnere more than one

. tiniprvmise u aa in.
s.ton"y:

.; ""' "ie among Morthera
and Southern Dmi. !T

Sen. Richard B. Russell D-GaV

-.UU,UC1H wit "aot eom-
fn e.ly "tol'ctorr but I am will
tZtoLfV?-" But Knowland
Jeclined to take a stand at this

Boys 5; Girls 2 V

Five.'bovs and twd eirla wera

born if. Coco Solo Hospital during
the week: ending- at midnight
Wednesday, July 3, ..according to
the regular hospital report. Dnr.

kig the same' period,' 83 patients

were r.ammea and 89 discharged,
: Babies were born td the follow-

mg American' citizens i SFC and

Mrs. Antonio Santiago. fG u I i c k

Heights,' son; and Sgt. and Mrs;
Paul Thompson,,,, Franca FielcL
dsughtec, ; r
Sable were born to the follow

fng Panamanian citizens; Mr. and
Mrs. Jose Velasquez; Colon, daugbw
ter; ;'Mr.,and Mrs, Febx Jeanmai
ries RainboW City, son; Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin Husband, Colon, son j
Mr.-n MssfUlric Easey, Colon,

son;,, and Mr. and Mrs. G e o r e

Dpuglas, Cplonw son.

a demilitarized zone of Jerusalem, weeks" or longer. He said the

High ,. tt IT
Low ... II
HUMIDITY:
Hlrh N 19
Low 1 79
mar,asph) N-tl Nl-tl
RAIN (inches) .U
WATER TtMPj
(inner harbors) 14 14
THTMDAT, JTLT 11
RICH LOW
3:21 aj. 9:U ajtt,
IM 3J. t:tt lua,

TODAY!
0.75 0.40

BELU-VISTA

Shows: 3 4 1 9 p.m.
DIANA DORS
ENGLAND'S BOMBSHELL in a memorable and mov moving
ing moving picture which will infallibly touch your heart.

A Kid For Two Farthings

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CAROL REED's most wonderful creation! An enchanting, en entirely
fascinating picture with a host of brilliant character studies.

9

Seaman Disappsars
From 'Salamanca'

AI Outer Anchorage

A British seaman was reported
missing iromvhi ahin tk tv c.

laman-s while it was waiting yes-

we vuier ancnorsgs to
make a northbound transit.
The British cargo vessel aad
beea waiting to transit since yes-

jdayea route to UverpooL -i
I The muinf sesmsa wss iden identified
tified identified as -William Fl m .Ko

any explsntira to -other
or to his brother, who also works,
on tha ahip. I
Police described kirn ss live foot, j
jeven inches tall, with blond hair,!
blue ayes -and a fair compieiioo.;
Tha chip was at anchor about i
lSO yards heyood the Canal Zone
boundary, and since the teamsa
disappeared outiide the three-mile
limit, police said they -were con con-templ&tiPg
templ&tiPg con-templ&tiPg taking sto further se se-tion
tion se-tion in the aastter.

Pacific Steam Navixation Con Con-aairy
aairy Con-aairy are local afirts for the Sa Sa-'maca
'maca Sa-'maca whir, amrad hers sraei
iluaeiv Per

TODAY

SNEAK

PREVIEW

OF i

57

CENTRAL

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SpecUcle of SPECTACLES I
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ROCK HUDSON j :
iLlBETH .TAYLOR
JAMES DEAN

aaw a

WARNER BROS.
PASSES ARE NOT
VALID!
, COLONS
CUXT win at ha e.vl e.vl-hlted
hlted e.vl-hlted at any other th r.

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