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

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Girard To Stand

Trial In Japan,

High Court Rules

- WASHINGTON, July 11 (UP)
Tb Suprm Court rubd t t-rfy
rfy t-rfy that U.S. has a right t d
livtr CI William Cirard to
Japan for' trial,-
Th ruling cam In a fiva
paga, unsigned opinion by th
olght-ludgo bench,
Japan will try Cirard on its
Hghtast manslaughter charge,
for eausin the death of a wom woman
an woman who was scavenging metal
on tiring range last Jan. 30.

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From RP

CHAPLAINS DECORATED BY R.P. Awarded the Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian Order of Vasco Nunez de Balboa, with the rank ot
Knight, yesterday in David were Lt. col. (Chaplain) Lawrence.
E. Ryan, former post chaplain at Fort Kobbe, and MaJ. voigt
M. Sink, Command Chaplain for the Caribbean Air Command.!
It was the first time in the history of Panama that two US.
military chaplains were awarded ; the Panamanian decoration, i
The awards were made, at the request of the people of the
provinde of Chiriqui, for their charitable and Christian work
n 1 ii nMinu pipfurpfi hov (1. to i.): Chatilain Rvan,

Camilo Levy Salcedo, chief of Panama protocol; Chaplain Sink
' ; and Chirlqui Gov. Faderico Saget -iV. S. Army Photo)

Crisis

Canal Wat ei

Grave, Solon Feels

"The currant water crisis of
the Panama Canal Is a danger
s'tnal' tht ctrnmstiie' the en
tire Canal preum, of which tt
summit water lvel height is but
a single element Rep,S ClarK
W. Thomoson-ID. Tex.) told th

US Conarets esrlv this month

Thompson said: "Together; with

ts : other nroblems. the situation

tails for a Droeram of major im-

brovements of me waterway ana

hot f or ; mer treatment or symp

!The Questions' Involved" in 'the

banal policy problem-- are too grave

o be saddled on routine-'tamini'

ktrstive officials, but. mast be' as

I ... .!.!

umed dv tne congress, wmen is

tie ultimate authority." :

Ren. Thompson v recauea in

his most recent remarks that -on

JJune i 1957, he. had commented

o the Congress rat some .iengtn

bn the possibility of the capacity

hf the Canal being threatened by

shortage of water for damn

Lake incident to the current pro-

onged and severe, dry season on
he Canal Zone." ? s

He went on to observe that "'this

'ear has now materialized,' with

notification to shipping companies

hf draft) limitations for ore 'car

riers and supertankers' f -:; V

Thompson, continued? u,:,
VNo doubt this depletion ol wa

r. after the rainy season gets

underway, will pass by. But it. is

Well remember that there is a pe

riodic cycle or. excessively dry
I ears in the Canal Zone and snore
Water crises will develop 'in the

uture. These may be considerably

aggravated by -the steadily. nr

breaaing traffic which is now at

its highest point in history with

fiore tnan 8 sz.0 transits in the us us-al
al us-al year 1957. - m ,;-.v

'It is fortunaU that the water

problem has long been foreseen by

ar-visiouea ranama canal en.

rineers. -J
f "The construction of the kad-
Dim( and power project in

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an:m2nin Pi!oIf

Paiscn:cr$ Dia t

n Plna Accidenl

the 19S0's "was an important "step
toward its solution, but now it ap appears
pears appears that the project isinot e:
notigh. to meet future -nefss(l in in-teroceanic
teroceanic in-teroceanic traniiU'
4,The attention of the Congress
is invited to the thoughtful: article,

"The Panama. Canal: A Challeng

ins Problem for the United States",

by.William R. McCann, E. Sydney
Randolph, Edward C. Shermann,
and .William C.V B. ThomspDn,; all
experienced engineers with Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal, subsequent : business,

ana otner civilian experience. i
"One of the points stressed by

these independent engineers in list

ing the principal marine problems

of the Panama Canal is the limit

ed operating range of the ; Gatun

Lake -water level (87-82 feet).

i- "In .meeting this, difficulty 4hey

propose to1 raise the summit, water
level to its optimum height,, ap

proximately az teet,, thereby deep deepening
ening deepening the channel: and providing

more water lor lockages. 4j s :

: ; Again t wisn to stress the ne

cessity .for early action on pend

ing measures to create an inde independent
pendent independent Interdceanic Canals Com Commission
mission Commission to make a complete and

up-to-date study and to advise the
Congress in the premises. fi:,
"The growing traffic at Panama
demands ibis course, which, as
stated many times previously, I
still believe, to be the only means

whereby, this vita) question of po

licy can oe adequately resolved in

the best interests of the United
States as a whole:'

Lax Passport

Rules, Spies
Anger Solons

WASHINGTON, July 11 (UP)

congressmen cauea today for tigh tightening
tening tightening of passport rules to prev prevent
ent prevent such cases as suspected, spies
slipping out of the country.

Assistant Attornev General Wil.

ham F. Tompkins meantime made
plans U fly to France in a npr.

sonal effort to obtain extraditinn

of an accused American husband-,
and-wife spy team.- The, couple

ivussian-Dorn oeorge siatovski, 47,
and his American-born wife, Jane

43, were maictea Monday on
ehargos ol. spying for the Soviet
Union; ? v .'

Legislators' were unset because

Mrs..?Zlatovskf -manaeed; to ouu

passpt itwbicli '3et: hen slin nut of

the1 UnitedStates even though the
FBI aras'wise to the couple's al al-leged
leged al-leged activities. The State Depart Department
ment Department tried to refuse her a pass

port out ane won one aoyway in -a
court tight,-;
":'"cyi;:s'".'.4 V'-i:'- -.'JV1'
;Repi Iancis Walter (D-Pa.)
said the court decision virtually

forced Secretary of State John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles to. grant .a passport to
Mrs- Zlatovskj even though he

was aware of the spy charges

gaihst herv Walter,., chairman of

the House Committee on Un-A
merican Activities, said this spot'

lighted "loose passport practices
which are sptar-headed by court
decisions'' and called on the House
to pas "remedial legislation."
Sen. Roman L. Hruska (R-Neb.)

also was critical of court decisions

which would force the government

to cnoose Between granting a

passpo't and revealing confiden
lial data. '''';.'..'

Simulated Blast Tombrrowi
Starts Zone-Wide Defense

Somewhere in the Canal Zone.

sometime tomorrow a "nuclear
weapon"; of vast proportions will
be exploded in imagination

and tnereoy start a cnain reaction
which s will encompass the entire

area. 1
The effects of the imaginary de

topatioo. will be entirely on the
realistic aide. For Several vhours
after tho occurrence most of the

top level personnel of the Canal
organization and the Armed Forc Forces
es Forces in tne Cans' Zone will be busy

determining now widespread is

the imaginary damage, the num

ber the dead and injured, the loss

es to facilities and installations.

and how to provide immediate

and effective relief.

This in thumbnau Sketch is O-l

peration Alert 1957 .. in the Canal

Zone.

It is part of the nation-wide civ civil
il civil defense exercise and ithe fourth

annual test of the ciyil defense

lorces oc tne United States. --
While no field maneuver are'

SlanneJ for the Canal Zone Civir J

ation Alert will give a better test
than previous alerts ef the or or-'
' or-' ganixation which is being train
ed to. take ear ef Just ouch, an
emergency. : ; -r J;:Ui-4

-.JJaitU?. thf tim jor location -of
the simulate!) explosion is being
announced in advance ; and top
planners of the 'Canal force and
the Armed Fortes will learn these
things along with the general Dub-

nc when the, "take cover" signal

sounds on the warning system.

Some 20 minutes afterward air1

raid warning sirens will sound the!

"alert" signal. after which the

work f determining the scope of

damages and reuei measures tor be
adopted will begin. ,--: c : t
In connection with Operation A-

lert 1957, Gov. W. E Potter has

approved a plan for Canal Zone

Warning Signals
- Learn your Civil Defense
warning1 signals know what
they mean.
TAKE COVER SIGNAL: A
three-minute warblins; sound
on the sirens. It means an en enemy
emy enemy attack Is imminent and
you ahould. take Immediate
cover whether at home, In the
open, or at work.
ALERT SIGNAL: A steady"
tone for three minutes on the
sirens. It means an enemy at attack
tack attack is expetced. Do not
leave your home but tune
your, radio to CFN for infor information
mation information and instructions.
For the purpose of public no notice
tice notice in Operation Alert 1957
which will he observed Friday
throughout the Canal s Zone,
the Take Cover Signal will de denote
note denote the beginning of the ex exercise
ercise exercise and the Alert Signal will
signify the end of public par-.

t tioipatlon In the exercise.

Hospit

'

, xl f. y V ? 'r i-?

Civil Defenseto join1 in the plan planning
ning planning and take, an active role In
the next, Jackpot Exercise, of the
Armed Forces arlynexyajr in

which 'full'eld' activities for Jalll

lorces rvai f be scheduled.. The ex-

ercise friflsy-u ,tnereiore oeing
used as a training for this large large-scale
scale large-scale test; iiide from principal ob objective
jective objective of providing personnel with
additional training in duties they
would be expected to perform in

event of a major disaster.

The public participation in O-

peration Alert 1957 will be confin

ed to the' period between the sound sounding
ing sounding of the take cover and the alert
signals. During this time all traf

fic in the Zone will be halted and

(Continued on page )

Disability Rcliof

innuily Raises ;:

Unlikely Joon

Legislation to increase the

Kobbe GIs Charged

With Passing Bad

Checks In Commy

Two Fort Kobbe soldiers
charged with passing bad checks
in the Balboa Commissary, are
In the Balboa Jail today in de default
fault default of posting $500 bail set In
each case.-
Two counts of, "fraudulentlyi
trying to cheat the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal company bv drawing checks
on a bank in Balboa,' knowing

he did not have sufficient funds

Moslem Leader Ada Khan
Dies Of 3rd Heart Attack

'Fabulous' Best

Description Of

Glamor-Clad Aga

VERSOIX, Switzerland. July 11

(UP) The Aga Khan, ipirit

uai leaaer or more tnan ten mil

lion Ismail! Moslems, died here

today from a heart attack at the
age of 79. He had auffered two

previous seizures.

One of the most fabulous fig

ures of the century, he had come
to his lake-side villa "Barakat"
on June 18, to escape the heat

of Paris and to attend thf wed wedding
ding wedding of his youngest son Prince

saoruacun to lormer Lonaon

cal's disability relief annuities for

non U.S.-cltizens seems doomed

during this session of Congress.

word to this effect has been re-

reived on the Isthmus by Local

NEW "YORK, July 11 (UP)

The one woro used most often to
describe the Aga Khan was "fa "fabulous."
bulous." "fabulous." : ;:
It fitted turn perfectly. Every

fashion model and. x-wlfe f 1 ne oia,verytnmg ne loucn-multi-millionaire
Baron Helh- everything he represented had
nrh VimThvn in. Twer An glamour about ft'that was a,

July 15 cm thx hves of ordinary
-Aga Khan's doctors, 'or'dered,' -j unknown'

change oi air aa tne near mEt a JBUC1- g n of tneiernor said

. i no oia now nave suuicieni lunos rrance was causing aim kiwuii niacune-age West,
C,.'to cover" were lodged against 'respiratory troubles. However He W4 diviue religious figure

GOrgas Hospital, for the first
time in its history, is opening its
doors to n group of tuberculosis
patients from the Republic of Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. ,
In announcing the new policy
today, Gov. W. E. Potter said that
the plan, which will permit a 1 li limited
mited limited number of TB patients from
Panama to get treatment at Gor Gor-gas,
gas, Gor-gas, has been developed jointly by
Panama and Canal Zone authori authorities.
ties. authorities. An inquiry into the matter by
the Panama government sparked
the Canal's consideration of the
plan which provides for the cost
of care lor these patients to be
paid by the Panama government
inder an arrangement similar to

tnat in effect for patients at the
r 1 C T ..!

Four patients have already
been admitted and others will
be acmlHud as .rapidly as pos possible
sible possible under the cooperative su supervision
pervision supervision of the Zone and Pana Panama
ma Panama health officials,
s The r umber to be admitted will

vary in accordance with facili facilities
ties facilities available for care of such out

side patients. The facilities of the

Chest Service at Goreas Hosoital

. p. .4

normally exceeds the patient load

py aoout w patients.

Patients admitted to the Chest

Service from Panama will be giv given
en given full medical care for tubercu.

losis but the Health Bureau will

assume, no responsibility for .'their

transportation,, r and surgical' are1

wilt not be provided except in an

emergency, v according to ( Cel.
Charles; Bruce. "Health Diree-

tin: wh;hi xetaesiented tthp.Ca
at Z6na iikjoeveloping: the-pfouLIL-

: Potter', law.1 thei.osDitaliza

Hon of such cases from Panama

"is considered to be-sound nubhe

health practice." Calling attention
to the fact that boundary lines are

no oar to the spread of tubercu

losis. malaria, and other infecti

ous; diseases', he said any help

given health authorities in the Re

public in-the control of tuberculo

sis and the relief of heavily-taxed

faculties lor its treatment will be

helpful to all communities of the

Isthmus. P
"There has been a continuing
improvement in' public health
In the' Canal Zone during the
past 50 years, resulting from a
Heady declim in the incidence
ef communicable diseases," the
Governor said.
i "The control ef tuberculosis,
hownw, remains one ef the
most troublesome problems in
this area. During, the first nine
months ef this fiscal year, 57
new case of tuberculosis were
reported by Canal Zone medical
facilities. Thirty-five ef ; these
patterns were residents ef the Re Republic
public Republic ef Panama, 17 resided in
the Canal Zone, and five were
transients.

"Tuhereiiiusis control with the

Canal Zone is as stringent as it

can reasonably be made. The ef

fectiveness ol our efforts in the
Canal Zone is diminished due to

me prevalence ot tuoercuiosis

in- the Republic of Pansma.
"This is because of the intimate
daily contact that Canal Zone res residents
idents residents have with the people of the
Republic of 'Panama, and because

some 10,000 Canal Zone employes
reside in Panama and come to
the Zone daily to work, the gov-

Tito Hinted
At Prague

PRGfE' JJ y 1 1 (UP) Nikita Khrushchev hinted
in an off-the-cuff speech today that he will meet Yugo Yugoslavia
slavia Yugoslavia s President Tito soon and promised the Communist
block we won t criticize you if you don't criticize ul?;;
Khrushchev speaking at the "Stalingrad" metal works
oho attacked President Eisenhower for speakinY

he asked there be c,ean mb for dirty things?-
th, jiflnff?- thUSands of C" H accused
the Molotpv Trio -of opposing ropproachment with YuaV
slavia among other things. "v

Then Khrushchev turner t

xugosiav newsmen covering thei

ojjecen ana saia: "Don't write l

mis because I shall tell comrade
Tito myself at the first oppor opportunity."
tunity." opportunity."

' '3
' tt m H 1 Is

He did not say when this dp-i
portunlty will come.
'There had been rumors that
Khrushchev might follow up his
Czech tour with 4 trln to Viwn

fSvtaOn the.'o(2ieK",haTid-Jl'ite'

vuu; xieuteuanwi, vicc-fresraenis
Alexsander Rankovlc and Ed Edward
ward Edward KardelJ, already are head headed
ed headed to' the Caucasus ostensibly on
"vacation.'
"We want & broa4 socialist
front which would Include Yu Yugoslavia,"
goslavia," Yugoslavia," Khrushchev said. "We

will do our best to broaden that
front to include all 'socialist

countries as well as Yugoslavia

vsut on one condition let us

not say who Is stupider and who

is smarter.

Purged Redst

ToGetJobsl

N o, Power i

i i London; July Uw) I
r Communist j.l

Moscow reported .today that
m?'?'. M'bnktV accomplices
will join him In virtual exile
Vyacheslav Molotev i a fore,
elgn ministry "'political experts
and kaiar Kagaitevich at fee
fery manager.. .,,.

We won't criticize you if vou

don't criticize us," he said.

Khrushchev still appeared
critical of Titoite policy. He
singled out the worker's coun councils
cils councils which Yugoslavia has in introduced
troduced introduced Into government.
"I 'advise Yugoslavia's workers

councils not to believe them them-seves
seves them-seves to be the cleverest in the
world," Jieaald.

On the H-bomb he was critl

cal of President Eisenhower's

statement last week that Amer

loan scientists hope to perfect a

ianouwree n-oomo.

'Elsenhower is a man of nrln-

clple and integrity but look what

stupidities he says when he
speaks of a clean hydrogen

bomb," Khrushchev said. "How

can there be clean bombs for

dirty things? Bombs mean

wholesale annihilation of chil

dren and women.'

"What a contradiction to call

dirty things clean?"

Molotov--.would get a menial joh

ue uwu siuaent ana former
deputy. Foreign Minister Andrei :
Grpmyko, according to the author authoritative
itative authoritative report nublihrf in fK- n.i'

nish communist oartv

Land Og Voik.'r
It Said. Dmitri Shnilnu

trom the Communint PHv

tariat as a lesser Mnti-psrty'fc flg-
11f ...... .1 V . .

w ,, u,u wnwi a proiessor
Earlier. London nhurra ..m

Malenkov'a exile to head a remote
pow;r station about 2 nmt nil..

from Moscow had. saved hint and

me rest or !tne group which had
opposed Soviet eommuniit n,rt;

nuw iMiuia suu-usncnev from.: a
firing squad. .
In reporting ; what happened -:ti
the others of the ousted grdUp.
the Danish newspaper published 1
in Copenhagen carried the newa y
on its front page; It said it came
from "uur own, correspondent ra
Moscow.! -.- i
It said the "Bourgeois press
might as well save its guesswork.'
"That is to sav that Vfolotov J

to have a posi within the Soviet

diplomacy, probably as a potitS '
cal expert and not as an am Km-

sador to a foreiga country,? It re-
norted '. v :

900, American Federation of State,! the Balboa Commissary.

one or me aoiaiers. james a. witn me neat wave spreaouig vo u. hi. Moslem foUowers. a man

Colwell;, i Switzerland, he found no-relief twho was weighed in gold and pla-

, Tne zi-year-oia GI it enarged and naa to spend part or nia $i

with cashing checks on June 27 time on a bed In a tent set up

and on June 29, each for $40, at in front or nis spacious viua on

County ancf Municipal Employes

from their Washington Office.
According to James F. Carroll.

legal counsel for the anion, legis-

The second defendant, Thom

as A. Blazer. 20, allegedly cash

ed m $50 check on July 3. Com

plainant In this case was Com

laUon other -ft as that .sponsored missTj cashier Mrs., Martha

by th adn-.inistration to implement

tne Krmon tisennower Treaty.

a Patiam.nian lne rmon tisennower Treaty.
fAtltfZ'j" VbTy legislation affecting

i'l i ,T, i receive any action this session.

rjveraUesoutside of David, Chl-

l Eye-witnesses report that" a ture appears to be developing

vinf of the plane broke Off.j Amoee the proposed legislation
pausing the HP-150 to crash. wss an increase in Canal annui-

I Besides the pilot.' Arcadio Ar- ties allwed disability relief reci-

fcla, the other two casualties pients from the present $10 per

were his passengers Adrian Ace- year for up to 30 years of service

Vedo Batista and Pablo Velaa- to $2 a year for up 35 years of

Ijuej, Jr. All three-men were In- se"nce',1 : .
volved in an elr trnsrortatW Carroll also mentioned that be

Si,in in t-nt-rinr .sccomcaniea Jose de la Rosa Cas-

f The accident occt i at 7:S0 j0'

jn. wnen the plane crashed it tJ"''Z!7 T"CIore
1ug a huge crater; from which 1 s""t5
,1.:.. a v i would say that his atmear.

, .1. V.nJL before the committee reflect-1

T iT w favursblv upon the national n-"unr-j
de Oba:".a Hospital In Bion ,Dd the local unions whom
3 5 he reoresentcd," Carroll said.
t r a"e had left the city ef Caiilo appeared before the
r- t- Veraguas at :30 in tommittee on behalf of both Local
t r. .;r.:r. g, a route to David. i WO and Local 8CI. ...

Griffith, wife of the Canal zone
Police Chief, MaJ. R. W. Grif

fith. r V
All three checks were drawn

This of course is simply conJon ine unaw-Mannaiia-- aana

jecture," CarroU wrote Local goo o Baipoa. --. w
toda: "but that hnw th ni. Both soldiers are with the JOth

iniani-rys at rw audos. wuurc near

John E. Deming today continued; ago."

the shores of Lake Geneva,

fighting for breath. f ;
When cooler weather came,
ft was toe late, for his heart
weakened by many months ef
illness and many nights with without
out without sleep gave up the straggle

for life.

.e tne wwspaper reaung.
West he was an aristocratic
playboy, a, fantastically saccea
iwl breeder ot horses, e friend
of kings, the leading light ef the
eecial international set, and the
ne-tinte fataer-in-law ef Rite
Haywerth.
For the past seversl years he

had lived uuietly in his beautiful

vula near Cannes.

6-7 RP Shop Owners
Called To Explain

Food Costs

ported

According to the inform atiaa

(here), Kaganovich is slated as

muiuiibiicv .lou icicucu plant. . j. .w.
communist China's separate "Malenkov has been appointed
road to Socialism in his lm- manager of a power plant in east east-promptu
promptu east-promptu remarks which follow-crn Kazakhstan. And SH""---
ed a prepared speech on-Czech-scheduled to take over f a V i i

soviet reiauons. as processor oi economics.
He called China a big and orf-l ; r

glnal country which "does not

trol on chartrea of hlklna the

The news of his death was re-, bJ(1 aufiered' two serious Ul'!co Of consumer goods.

aii oay yesterday ornciais

rrora the Ministry of Agrlcul

copy anything

China, he said, follows a Marx-

The owners of more than gn.lst Lennlst path of building So-

Panama Cltv establishments! clalism in its own Chinese way.

have been summoned to apDeerThls is no cause for quarreling!
Ka Ik. rst t nhl.. V..I1M. o4.1l V.'

uciuic uic ui. ice oi mix n iiuiii muiua owiwiaiii vu hue

Knowland payers

ported by a member of his sUff.y in reteot yearg -lfaa fan

who cum wmj ""rr .V ul wis at his winter borne in Aswan
to Villa "Barakat' and told wait- Fpvm EarlV in 1S. when he nif

tag newsmen "he had died fromljejea heart attack. It was con

a tuck ten nunutea udered so aenous then that both

of bis sons, Sadruddia and AC

the case until Monday, morning; iu thaa an hour earlier, five were summoned to his bedside.

at 9:30.

$100

Caueht weaving his ear aa Soli

par Highway last night, a Navy

enlisted man was charged with
drunk driviag today ia the Cristo

bal Magistrate a Court, j j-A
A j-A fine of $100 was imposed en

the defendant, 30-year-old engine-

nun Thomas E. Dismukes, who is
atsigneu to the Navy tug USS Pa

uite.

The Incident oc cured at 11 p.m.

yesterdsy. He was fined ia eour

this morning. -

doctors issued a bulletin stating

"the circulation has slowed down,

during the night ana a danger dangerous
ous dangerous low in the arterial tension
baa been noticed, which necessi necessitated
tated necessitated in energetic treatment"

The Aga Khan's two sons.
Prince Aly and Prince Sadarud-

din had been called to tne nea-

slde t their father at two this
morning from their Geneva ho

tels and have been at tne vuia

-Barakat ever since.

A ifceanber ef the viua a atari
told reporters this merratnx
"His Btgfcness has spent a

ery, very aaa nigral.'' enine.

But the Aga pulled through.

-The serosa one came ia Cannes
this wjiter, in March and ApriL
Again his family was summoned
ts his bedside, but again the Aga

rallied.

However. he has. never since

been weU. -tte flew to Geneva

shortly afterwards, and had been

there ever since.
Doctors eeSe) his principal di-
aeeae wes epe, which Ked a
' feeted his heart. Onty. heart
apecUAs were called to his
aide lea winter-

And one doctor recently describ-

basis of its own national pecu

liarities."

Khrushchev went on to say

ture. Commerce, and industry; that the "Imperialists" want to

and the Finance Ministry acted Isolate the Socialist camp but

"they cannot Isolate 900 million

people of the

tries.'

aa Inspectors for the Price Con

trol office, and visited a large
number of stores giving out e 1 1-tatioas
tatioas 1-tatioas to the proprietors who
have been accused of hiking

prees.

The officials who conducted'

the Inspection had been named

recently by President Ernesto de
la Guardia, Jr., la move aimed
at cutting down on price -hiking.

At a recent meeting, of tne.

Ministers of Commerce and Fi

nance, It was' also decided to la lasts.
sts. lasts. 11 a public address system In

the Public Market ever
the present nricea of

would be announced every half the-world trip."

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British Luxury

Liner Due Here
The next of the big British

cruise liners due to transit the

Canal la the Or sot a. Her sched schedule
ule schedule now calls for a Sept 5 ar-

whicb rival outward bound from the

articles i United Kingdom .on a "round-

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Senste minority leader
Knowland said today j
it is "necessary and

that Latin America sh

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Socialist coun- from the $500,000,000 t t j

toa funds President i
included in his foreign ,"
"The foreign aid bill ;
action id the Senate, i 3
. Knowland ia the lea
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Senste and a member
eiga Relations CommiUee, ... I' 1

the United Press that he would

support the participation ef Latin

I America ia the proposed funds'

when the matter comes up for -debate..
The fuad was advanced by
the administration primarily te-
bring new h!p to Africa. Asia;

and tne Mia:. nt. several aa

mmistrstinn $

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By VICTOR RSBSEk ',
there still are 160-odd shopping
days till Christmas but you might
be interesieu now in the ideal gift
for the man who has everything
especially the man with toe solid
goia loouipicn. cuy uim a unioni
You didn't know they were lor
sale? Silly boy. The word it they
are if you have the right connec connections.
tions. connections. It wag none other than ex ex-secret
secret ex-secret service man- John Cye
Cheasty who disclosel this on the
stana the other day while testify testifying
ing testifying on what he passed on to "Mr.
Big," Jimmie tfoffa, from the Sen Senate
ate Senate committee files. Said Cheasty:
l"l told him (Hofra) the (Senate
Committee) files showed that (An (Anthony)
thony) (Anthony) Meli bought Local 985 from
Eugene James, that heboukht it
for (William) Bufalino...":
Brethar Bufalino, now resaarcn
iitfl in Waahlnflton for Jim.Hof Jim.Hof-fa,
fa, Jim.Hof-fa, la president af the )uk boa
union. Detroit Teamster Local
85: Gene. James obviously was
fvotd to the labor buainoae so
ho took hia money bait to Chica Chicago
go Chicago and got himsolf set up in the
Laundry Workers' Union ap apparently
parently apparently man with a passion
for cleaning up.
Let me not burden you with the
life and times of Brother James
except to say that he got to he
Secretary-Treasurer whtt else
of the Laundry Workers' interna
tional and about a million dollars
disappeared irom the union's wel welfare
fare welfare fund.
A senate committee probing wel
fare funds under Paul Douglas, a
Grand Jury and then the AFL-CIO
leadership, all took a dim view of
this, especially since some of -the
funds were traced back to the old
Capone syndicate.
The AFL-CIO told the union to
clean up. The Laundry Workers
ran a convention in Chicago and
gently dropped Brother James
from his national and local of
fices.
This did not impress George
Meany who retorted that he would
be satistied with nothing less than
Mr. James being scratched from
membership especially since the
convention high command apologe apologetically
tically apologetically asked James not to get
sore and held its strategy sessions
in his suite.
There was also the slight mat
ter of the union's president, Sam
Byers, once known as John Jill-
son. Under that name he was con convicted
victed convicted in 1934 of conspiracy to ter terrorize
rorize terrorize department stores and ex extort
tort extort money from them. Meany
said he must go, too.
io the convention big-wigs sen sen-ly
ly sen-ly Sold Byers not to lose faith;
he could bo president emeritus,
with an $1,M0 year salary;
got all traveling expanses and
fee I'avisa''- to ah tanhm. So.
Moony ; dumped the eutfif frem
the AFL-CIO. v-
Then, for the first time, the
dues-payers bestired themselves,
All over the country, laundry u-
nion locals with three-quarters of
the 85,000 members became the
first entrapped rank-and-filers to
say that they were sick of the
mob. They organized. They sent
emissaries to the AFL-CIO nation
al office. They got pledges of sup
port from Meany. They then turn turned
ed turned on their national headquarters
in Chicago and roared that they
wanted a special convention to
clean house and set back into the
labor movement and out of the
labor business.
The new president. Ralph Pa
gan, who succeeded Byers, cauea
a special General Executive Board
session last week at the Hollywood
Roosevelt Hotel as far from Chi
cago as he could get.
With the anffrV voice of the peo
ple in his ears, Fagan told Byers,
the emeritus, that the deal was
off. Byers resigned as one of the
most expensive advisers inside
labor. Then Fagan communicated
with Meany's office and was pro
mised a hearing in mid-July in
Washington.
Through contacts wno met won
some of the AFL-CIO high com
mand in New York's Hotel Com
modore this past week, the Laun
dry Workers chiefs said, tell us
what to do and we will clean up.
Note well now what will hap
pen, for here is the formula which
will be used on au amy unions.
The Laundry. Workers officials
will be put through the wringer.
They'll be told to bold new elec
tions for delegates to a free and
open national convention in the
next two months. At that special
convention, someone from the na
tional AFL-CIO Ethical Practices
Committee eharges that the out
fit is dominated by corrupt forces
If the union really cleans up, it
coes back into the AFL-CIO.
If the Laundry Union chiefs don't
call a special convention, then
the national AFL-CIO at its Dec
5 national parley, will launch a
new laundry outfit and throw e
nooch bower into the field to set
up a new international union.
This is the first rouna ot the
finish fight.

Walter Wincheil In

THE HEADLINERS
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Joanne Connelly Patino's. life
was a pinwluel: Swift, colorful
nnd then sudden darkness. Her
passing at 26' was the latest in a
series of tragic headlines; She
was one of the original everything-
totning girls. Gifted with beauty
and ealtn--ner ,weaita oniy pur purchased
chased purchased trouble and her beauty re
sulted in heartaches. Described as
an "international glamour girl"
in the papers her melancholy life
represented a killer for the senile
word- glamour, wnen sne was vot voted
ed voted New York's "most beautiful de
butante of 1948 she said: "I love
hie and the world is full Of Won Wonder."
der." Wonder." In the succeeding years she
mnst have wondered and wonder wondered.
ed. wondered. For- she derived no happiness
from love or life. Joanne Connelly
Patino was a Cinderella whose
life was one long midnight.
The IWonroo-Ollvloi"' ttam 'In "Tha
Iriiiiii an1 th Stlntutftrl' ttn Mnatl
Prince and the Showgirl" Can most
accurately- be described like this:
High brow, low bra. .Several
critics wondered why Olivier co-
starred with Monroe in a tiuny,
strictly commercisl endeavor aft aft-tr
tr aft-tr so many lofty, artistic triumphs.
The truth is that Olivier is not
foolish enough to score popular
success For he hss known : the
bleakness of failure. . .In com
mon with mojt clicks Olivier dis
covered that you must go through
, i-iBfr.r, vnu can sine witn tne
angeles. For' Sir Laurence He l
was H'iywooa m tne eany visas.
After annearine in a series of flop-
aloozas he forsook Hollywood a
bitter and discouraged thesplan.
He was considered washed-up. i
Severs years later John Gielgud
invited Olivier to alternate with
him in ."Romeo and Juliet." Oli Olivier
vier Olivier attracted enthusiastic notices
and soon supplanted Gielgud as
Shakespeare s No. 1. boy.
The Newport J art" Festival is
being enlivened by Louis Arm
trong, The One and Only. .Mu .Musical
sical .Musical n odea come and go swing,
bop, rocknroll but Mr. Tootler
continues exciting ioucs arouna ine
world. -Louis once explained his
success by saying: "Ah love to
blow that hon.l". i .More impor
tantthe peof le love bearing mm.
Provlewer have been enchant
by Cyd Chariste's fommtortalning
in the screen version of "Silk
Stockings." Miss Charts la one
of Movieville's happier brides. Her
meeting with groom-to-be Tony
Martin was unique. When she was!
introduced te him at a dinner par-
ty, she innocently remarked:
"Niea to moot von. Mr. Martin.
And what do vou do?"
Mis Charisse's formula for ma
rital success; "Treat a husband,

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-.like any pot. Three meals a day,
I plenty of affection, a loose leash.
Do not disturb while eating."
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swmmr TnTTi nave uxaui
blossomed in the meadows. Over
hill and dale comes the sound of
dialog, Appaldse is louder than
the persisted chatter of crickets.
The hams-crow more often than
rooster. The fields are alive with
guys add dolls studying scripts.
. .One of the primary functions
of barnyard palaces is to offer
opportunities for gressepainted
fledglings.',. .The most notable il illustration
lustration illustration of this function was pro provided
vided provided by a group of stagestruck
youngsters who flourished in a
Falmouth, Mass., Summer thea theatre.
tre. theatre. They called themselves "The
University Players", and succumb succumbed
ed succumbed to the dtootlight lure for $5
weekly, That: was the. top salary
for those. who later reaped more
sumptuous rewards and were des
tined to brighten the. Broadway
Hoflywood heavecs;. Henrx; Fonda
U...... t CilUviti Tnahua' Tytoan
and Jimmy Stewart. ;
fata, the supreme dramatist,
often creates clots out of trsgedy
and irony. . .Lovely Judy Tyler
was riding the crest when' a speed speed-ins
ins speed-ins car hurtled toward her, on a
Wyoming highway. .And not so
ions aec. fate was her best friend
She appeared on a TV show and
was sootted by Oscar Hemmer-
stein's brother, who rayed about
her,
.Several weeks later, sne
was invited to audition for the
leadins femme role in the Rodg-
ers Hammerstein show, "Pipe
Dream"." .After her audition, Mr.
Hammerstein applauded.- Miss Ty Tyler
ler Tyler was so overcome, she wept
hysterically and had to be carried
out of the. theatre. .As a. result
of her success in the show, she
won Hollywood contract. Judy
was returning from her movie
chores when the end came,
Death and terror ride the front frontpages.
pages. frontpages. On inside pages you can
occasionally find more heartanlng
rows. For example, the encour encouraging
aging encouraging statistics demonstrating the
, power of the SaUc vaccine in con controlling
trolling controlling polio. Dr. Salk must de derive
rive derive deeper satisfaction from such
now than the page-one headlines
, ho lured when the vaccine was
announced. .Shortly after he hit
ttn headlines, a friend asked Dr.:
Salk about his attitude toward sud-
don fame. The eminent scientist
responded: i ewt wanr to go
from one crest to another. And
science isn't like noval-wrWina. To
a scientist, fame la noimer t an
Mid nor even a moans to on end.
Do yon recall what Emerson
said? 'The reward of a thing well
dona is to have done it.'

Nevi York

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Robert Briscoe, who was Dub Dublin's
lin's Dublin's first Jewish Mayor, has ex experienced
perienced experienced the sad truth of Jimmy
Walker's observation: "In politics
there are no prizes for those who
come in second." Although Bris Briscoe
coe Briscoe has lest a political contest,
he can never lose the. affection
he' gained during his visit here,
ftiucn of the affection be won was
the consequence of his eloquence
and wit. When he arrived here,
a reputer mentioned that he at attracted
tracted attracted a larger reception than
itigrid Bergman. Briscoe observ observed:
ed: observed: "Only the beauty of Ireland,
which could cast a spell of dumb
ness on a poet, can exceed the
oeauty of Miss Bergman." And
we still fondly recall his nifty:
"Some of my be$ friends are I I-rishmen."
rishmen." I-rishmen." ; -.. .v. ;
Dollars are toys to Mike Tood
strictly for play and pleasure.
xne neaaunes recorded, tnis latest
splurge a $200,000 party in.,, Lon London.
don. London. It wasnJ exactly, a. frivolous
gesture, The' party attracted a
milliou dollars worth of .publicity
for To'W's movie. .The showman
has always I been casual about
coin.' ft is his non-controversial
contention that money is only
something rich people dbn't need.
A rep.-rter once asked him .how
many fortunes he had made and
lost, lode' promptly countered:
"Who's counting?'' ,' v v
It is also reported that the cause
oi the Mike-Liz spats is Todd's
gambling fever. Damon Runyon,
who was a riSK-a-bucK devotee,
described Alike as "the most nat natural
ural natural sari Her 1 know." Todd once
dropped $200,000 during a single
gin rur.m session. He later groan groaned:
ed: groaned: "I lost so much money that
I still don't believe it."
Happy to learn the new show
seasoj will be brightened by Bette
Davis. Her first experience with
the theatre was an unhappy one.
She auditioned for Eva Le Gal Gal-htnne,
htnne, Gal-htnne, who rejected her -with:
"I'm aorry, yuu re a frivolous lit lit-t'e
t'e lit-t'e girl and you'll never make a
good actress Several years lat later,
er, later, Miss Davis clicked in a Broad Broadway
way Broadway show. One critic wrote: "A
young lady who very, much re resembles
sembles resembles Miss Eva Le Gallienne,
and plays in the Le Gallienne
manner, -has tbe part of coor lit little
tle little Hecivig, and dees well by it.
She is Bette Davis of the souf ul
eyes." ,'v:-'-
CaiMKtar Allianc at are tun el e
friendships they are treacherous
and demand oiooa payments.
The Kremlin Mob's struggle isn't
surprise g, except when Commu Communists
nists Communists fight each other everybody
wins.
Everyone should know how to
drive o cor especlolly tbe guy
behind the wheel.
In a few dors
MISERABLE ITCHING
DISAPPEARS ;
Ber to deetort u wulit1oa. wkldi
fm new, be obtained ka all drustton
at aa imigniAcajrt Mat. that h ttw
BMt etfcvtire ot aU ranedMa tot the
Ueaaneat of akSa
Thla ettecUv aottaapue OB net enl
proiaeUe rapid beeling ot rea ar4
euMa. bet M aiae oftare prompt relief
and outrk baaiina- at baib) ao4 abetaa
M. Ita effect as akla Cumai b emaa emaa-Ins.
Ins. emaa-Ins. the Btaanble itching trem enema
iiaipun thnoat immadutel. Tea een

Washington The increase

in the price of steel will not be
the only one to neip nwe we
cost of living this summer. It will
be followed by a chain reaction
of orice increases, all further oe
creasing the .buying power of the
white collar worker, the farmer,
the school teacher, the oldster liv living
ing living on a pension, and anyone with
a fixed or low income. .,
Aluminum 'manuracrurorc ara
expected te ask a penny a pound
more "on Aug. I, because of a
15-contran-hour wage boost. The
meat and glaas industries will
increase prices. The price of
men's flannels wilt gd up three
cents per poundy ammonia $8 a
ton, and the leading TV manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers will try to get $20'
more per sot.
There's already been a lot of
agitation "about inflation. But you
ain't seen nothin' yet. ;
; NO TAX CUT IN 'SI
Most important political effect
of .the increased cost of steel will
be not be felt until about next
January. This is the period when
politicians will try to carry out
that long awaited promise of a cut
in taxes.
They won't admit, it; but the
inside fact is there will be no tax
cut.
The reason Is quite simple. The
Increased price of steeL together
with other simultaneous, spiraling
prices, will add $4 billion to the
budget. This just '.about absorbs
the surplus on which both politl-
vj prfies based their promise
oi a tax cut.-
It is no secret that the biggest
bill Uncle Sam has to pay is for
military hardware: -This is the
terra given batteships, subma submarines,
rines, submarines, ianks, armored cars, trucks
and guns. So when the price of
steel goes up, the man who feels
it most is the Uncle who has to
pay for this hardware. i-
There's enothor .reason why
there will be ne tax cut. In ad addition
dition addition to the $4 billion extra for
hardware, another extra billion
will be added to the expense of
government because of higher
interest rates. Uncle- Sent will
nay .that extra billion ust te
borrow money.
Messrs. Humphrey and Burgess
have hiked the ; interest rate on
government oonds to the' highest
point since the depression, with
the result that interest on the na
tional. debt is also at an all-time
nign. ,- y.Myi-ii
.. 1KB; toBIS KIIKIU :; ";.
Twice President Eisenhower .has
appealed to business and labor to
how down prices and wages, and
each time, he had been promptly
xicxea jn tne teetn ny tne mg
business Vsders tvho did so much
to elect; Mm. Here are the kicks:
kick no. l came lust oetore
drA jffAa VaaK H- tarhekt 4ha lvaaai-
easiu saaka .aw, w nuvu. uiv a igw
dent"' publicly stated: "When I
said business and labor must ex
ercise and must discharge their
authority in conformity with, the
needs of the United States, I was
not merely asking them to be al altruistic.
truistic. altruistic. Their long term good is
involved, and I am asking them
merely to act as enlightened A A-mericans.
mericans. A-mericans. .--
. "Unless this happens, the Unit
ed states men has to move in
more firmly with so-called con controls
trols controls of some kind."
This got a private horse laugh
from business. Reason was that
nert day, Ike's own secretary of
commerce, Sinclair Weeks, him.
self a big businessman, figura figuratively
tively figuratively kicked his boss. In the
teeth. He stated at his press,
conference that the administra administration
tion administration was not considering wage
and price controls at all..'
The President had warned busi business
ness business and hbor that' unless they
im down Inflation "The United
States has to move in more firm firmly
ly firmly with so-called controls." He did
this for the obvious purpose of
trying to get business to stop in
flation. V
Whereupon the man in charge
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of his business policy out... the
ground right out from under his
own president.
Kick No. 2 came from another
big businessman. James Zeller.
bach to whom Ike had given ah
inimportant diplomatic plug the
arhbassorship to Italy. As Zeller Zeller-bach
bach Zeller-bach took his "post, he increased
the price of paper sold by his
Crown Zellerbach Company. This
hit newspapers and magazines all
over the nation.
Silmultaneously, Crown Zelle?'
bach announced: "The most suc successful
cessful successful year in ths company's 88 88-year
year 88-year history." Profits went up 13.4
per cent over the preceding year.
Despite this and despite Ike's ap appeal
peal appeal to stop inflation, his own am ambassador
bassador ambassador brazenly added to infla inflation.
tion. inflation. v-'; V '-' "v""v- "5 -:
Kick No. 3 came last. week when
the giant U.S. Steel, Company
jacked up its prices Just one, day
after the president again appeal,
ed to keep prices down.
BEHIND THS HORSI LAUGH
Thorn's art IntArestins reason for
the business horn laughs regard
ing tne rresiaenrs warnings, iney
figure he doesn't, .really f mean
them, that he has no idea of ever
oottinff toiieh. Thev base this not
only on the Sinclair Weeks' de denial
nial denial but on the well-known Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower policy of "reward, your on-
. For instance; Dusmess teaaera
ail Vnow that Eisenhower did no
thing about Zellerbach's price in in-crease
crease in-crease except continue him in
tho nhniom reward of ambassador
o Italy. They also knew, that Ben
Fairless, phiei power Demno u.a.
Steel for years, had been reward reward-,uMr
,uMr reward-,uMr TVa Hi wti anrjointed Co
VVl atj uve m--
ordinator Of the President's iCiti-
ren advisers on tne mutuaj aecur.
ity Program. m '. S
For several wooks ifvw
known that U.S. Stpel was going
te hike prices on July 1. It had
boon printed in wie trade press ;
and was reported by this writ- :
or. Obviously th White Houaa ;
know it.. But no heat w ap:
plied to BenyFeirleea end other
steel moguls, most of them hea heavy
vy heavy contributors to the Blsenhowa
r election campaign. Tehnl.
colly Ban Fairless Is out of the''
a.t Corooration. but he Still.
!' exorcises potent influences f
cn 'ttnainosa tenders. watcnine?
Uhe Ewcnhower pel'CV of sweet
ness and Jight, SO putoeiy on weir
price-raising way. -
ir, iiia last nress confer
ence, the President reversed ni
Feb.. 6 warning that there might
be wage and price' controls; H
Saia controls ywere uib way w
bring the socialism which" Khr
ahliav nrnrliptad for the USA.1 Mjb
nv economists Z say ; that unco
iroiiea imiawon a-ai. tiuuu:r w
tA hrini it-- Snflathm Jias already
brought socialism to a jood part
Of ffurope, ; '.j
Third Army Grci!?
Chides I.'ickcrscn
For Lesklnq Data
ATLANTA, JULY 11 (UP) The
Th4rj Armv mmminH formallv
reprimanded Col. John C. Nicker-
son today ana approveo ius court court-martial
martial court-martial sentence for leaking se secrets
crets secrets about the guided missle pro
gram, s ; 1 & ; rryf v. -;
. Lt. Gen. Thomas F. f Ifickey,
TVirA Avma- wAimmanilar. Issiiad a
written reprimand which included
tne statement:. -r -, :.
"Your actions have revealed
that you have presumed -yourself
to be above law and regulations
nH t unit attcmntnd tn tustifr
your conduct by assuming' the
right to decide what if in the best
irteres- of tne nation.:'
At iis court martial two wees
at-fha Unntcvilla Ala.: miisilo
cenUr; Nickerson pleaded guilty
to carelessness wiw secret mat matter.
ter. matter. In addition to the reprimand
he received a tl.500 fine and sus
pension from rank for a' year.
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Ella, Count Basie
In Strange Setting

3 By DICK KLEINER

NEW YORK (NEA) New

York's night life is presently grac

ed by the presence of two artists,
performing in unfamiliar surround

ings Count Basie and his band

are at the Waldorf-Astoria; i Ella

Fitzgerald at the Copa. For both

of them this is something of a

challenge. And both, happily, 'are

meeting the chauenge witn ex

treme success tf.

"I'd figured 'the Waldorf audi

ence would be pretty slow," says
Basie, ''I thought they'd be sit

ting on their bands, cut they're

retty good. i
Basin, who's been playing for

almost 40 years now, piayea nis

first' hotel date 18 years ago, at

the Wiliianr Venn in Pittsburgh;

"I learned a valuable lesson

then," he says. "I learned a band

playing in a hotel has to play

dance music. 1 used to think I

had to start off a set with tigerj

r ).

; BIBLE SCHOOL GRADUATE -U Lt. Col. Joseph P.1 Mlchl (left), deputy post commander, Ft
Clayton, presents a diploma to Terry Lee Smith .(center) upon her graduation front the Prot Prot-"""estant
"""estant Prot-"""estant Vacation Bible School at ceremonies held Recently at Jadwln Hall. Lpoking on are Tim Tim-"
" Tim-" othy Stokej (second from right) and Sherry White (right) in the rear are Mrs. fl. A; Messner,
' director of the School,: and Ft. Clayton Protestant' Chaplain Francis R. Lewis. The gradua-
tion program was highlighted by the presentation of songs and skits, performed by- children
!: of the kindergarten, primary, junior and junior high departments.; (US Army Photo)

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MOWS TV HADIO
by Errfclna Johnson J")

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HOLIrYWOOD (NEA) Onstage

Offstare and Upstage: A boot

camPforwoung movie-- actors?

; Sure,: And we'll" call r. the tactical

subjects, "SURVIVAL. HOLLY

WOOU. JUJNjJLJ&. 4

A movie backlot. boot camp

traiBut?' course recently -.-for. 15

young actors -and assorted extras

was Director "Wild Bill Well

man's idea ( to rehearse them for

their voles as tough World War

: jj ugniing -men in ine movie

''Darby's -Rangers."

But afttr looking over the
training ichtduli, I decided tho
tactical subjects, right out of the

, Ranger, v codebook, would : be

-.mom utwi to ino tani P'

plied to Mov(etown,

r ft i. f

iJ&&) .'Stack fr 7hr., vtau
rtt '"AW-'T" kLJ.t m I comeback the ,othfrrf mght on
n (, ypv i tBS-TV't Climax. Buthtn Jr
i- -i i i ii i i ".' gtnt first mad the rounds say'

"Like "Unarmed Comtjat.lor"

instance. was one of the Bern
onstrations given by U: S. Army
officers fpr; Director W.ellman's
actors, ,This;.'l'm ;suret te .i some

thing every young actor should
know wheijcast jopposite a scene scene-stealing
stealing scene-stealing movies aueen." .

Tricks of the trade he should

:fcnow how to cods with f. include

'upstaging, temperament, etc.

As l see some of the otner sud-

jects:" 1 ''

"Procedure for Assault Land

Ing"--Getting : t oyour table at.
-a Hollywood night club opening.
. t J, I II

f v-rawunK on Airounu use

ful for leaving mght club table

wnen your wue or gin Jtnena, ar

rives unexpectedly.

! '-'Techniques of Speed Marching"

, Handy for leaving a theater .when

jour oreview sunns, i .-( a-v

-i'Street Fighting Tactics" Ways

-4o handle teen-age autograph Tans.

"Demonstration of Knife Fight

ing fsomeining every noiiy

woodsman .should know. -t

"Aavancmg unaer if ire r wnen

you go to the big boss about a
1 j: J l : I J

ijeauin)j iuuj you 'uuo i imc buu

she turns out to be his girl friend.

"Patrolling" Standing- on theJ

-torner watching all the- girls.
But the "Sports" in the GI

schedule I'm skipping. ,
That's sort of an individual

thmg -toHbEywood.;? ; ;

HolWwoefismoreasDordi : Latest

title iJEIviff Presley's MGM-mo

vie is r'fTreat M Nice" a Subtle

propaganda?."; The last of the
"old"r Piper Laurie' Just got lost

in a- beauty-parlor,1 Shell, be, a
brunetie irojn now 1 instead of a

redhead:: .Success note: The Aa Aaron
ron Aaron Spelling signed, to write the
screenplay ."The Sundowners" for
Gary Cooper and Deborah Kerr
was a, movie bit played eight
months ago. -He sold his first sto-

Grey Theater'' TV .show. .Jack
Oakie has shed 70 pounds since
last August "to keep my wife
happy," But now he's saying, "I
think. HI go back to work.",
.'Darling.. I'm Yours". Ss, the title

of a play John Ireland- nixed for

a ban Jfranclyco opening

same words he's saying to Kim

Novak now that Joanne Dm is
going ahead 'with the divorce.

WANDA HENDRIX has discov

ered that, three years is an eter-

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Dairy Farmer Ousts
Quizman Champ
Whir Nets $95,000
NEW YORK, July 11 (UP)-A
New Tork state dairy farmer
has knocked Hank Bloomgarden
from tht iqulz champion's throne
he had occupied for 14 weeks on
the "Twenty-One" television
show.
' The defeated champion, how however,
ever, however, took home a $95,600 purse
after he' incorrectly answered a
boxing question. His total win

nings on trie NBC show were
second only to $129,000 won by
Charles Van Doren.

Harold Crate. 26. of Granville.

The N.Y. the new champ, ran x his

winnings to $17,500. This amount
was deducted from $116,000
which Bloomgarden had compil compiled
ed compiled In 13 previous appearances.

Rag,' but I learned different."'

After his 40 years on tho read,
Basle admits that tho sometimes
oots tho urge to settle down.

"But, then,? ;. he says; "I think

ox the rent man and the gas map,
and all that and the urge leaves
me.:' I go back on the road. But
I'm working up to staying home
I've got a little place, a cock

tail lounge, uptown. Some day I'll

quit ail this traveling and just
stick around my place."
Music, to Basie, hasn't 'changed
much in his tour decades.
"I sure hope it hasn't," he says.
"Oh, tn young soloists I've got
may piny a bit more modern, but

basically it's the same music. It's

like the construction business
you can put a more modern front

on a, building, but the foundation
is usually the same."
And the Basie band's founda

tion is still, fortunately, as good

as ever.

. As for Ella Fitzgerald, now the
belle of the Copacabana, she ad admits
mits admits snl was nervous before she

Roberto Rossellini
Rumored En Route
To Ingrid In Italy

sav

ing she was "tired of doing no nothing"'
thing"' nothing"' and wanted to 'act again,
more than one movie and TV
producer asked:
"How does she look middle middle-aged?"
aged?" middle-aged?" Vv" -' ". ' -'-
"How do- you like that?" laugh

ed Wanda, as pretty as ever.

"And I'm still in my 20's." Wan Wanda
da Wanda about her rich hubby's approv approval
al approval of it all: "He's as excited as I

am. He .even helps me rehearse.

my hnes. 1

BOMBAY, India, July 11 (UP)
Italian movie director Rober

to Rossellini left suddenlv for

-ine contestants naa Datuea ew DelM by air today. There

was speculation there he might

De returning to Italy for a re

JAMFS JONES' new novel,
"Some Came Running," may sell
for something like $10 per copy
when the lengthy- tome is pub published
lished published in the fall.' MGM- owns the
movie rights... Dorothy Dandridge
is datirg Curd Jurgens,. ex-hubby
of, Eya iBartok, after playing
scenes with him in "Mutiny on the
Esperanza" in Paris.
Private Ear; Clark Gable "will

3kip all movie-making in 1958 "to

do the things l want. He's made

three films m a row. ..Direc

tor : Bud Batticher and his wife

have separated after 11

marriage

years
,

of

Kirk Douglas'. "The Vikings"

will be filmed in the Norwegian
fiords -this1 summer. But no one

will catch me saying --"there's

fioord in your movie future."

to"a draw two weeks in a row
arid ''also' had tied in the first
rouric of: the final'match. ;; C
"V'Jflfefcd rfaa-yearoid

puDjiqjJt, was asKed to name toe
Xigb.t manager who said "we wuz
robbed'.' after the 1932 heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight 'title fight, the two con contenders
tenders contenders and the winner.

He correctly Identified man

ager Jot Jacobs and Jack Shar Sharkey
key Sharkey as the winner. But- he said
Primo Camera was the loser. It
was Max Schmeling.

The mlscue gave- Craig a 7-0
lead for- correctly identifying
James J. Corbett as the first,
man to win the world's heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight boxing championship un under
der under the Queensbury rules.
Playing at $2,500 a point, each
collected 10 points in the second
round by correctly naming the
capitals' of Libya, Bulgaria, Gha Ghana
na Ghana and Lebanon. The capitals

are Tripoli, Sophia, Accra and
Beirut
The contestants then were ask asked
ed asked if they wish to stop the
match.
"I'll stop" Craig said. He was

declared the winner,

Rossellini told newsmen here

he would be "away for several
days."
Only Monday he received a

two-month extension of his vi

sa to aiiow mm to complete a

film he is making for the Indian
Government.
The visa extension was re reported
ported reported to have been strongly op opposed
posed opposed by the father of Indian

script writer Mrs. Sonali Das
Gupta, whose name has been
linked with Rosselllnl's.

The Italian movie director

raised a storm of critical press
reaction here because of his

Count Baste,; Ella Pitxgerald

opened,' "but then Tin always ner

vous.:' bne i needn t nave been
she's been sensational, to use the

current word. ;? -.

Ella went into the Copa just aft

er a European tour; which chang

ed her way cf thinking.

"A person nas to proaaen mm

self," she says. "I got the .feeling

in Europe, that I should learn

more' foreign languages.?' So- I'm

planning to go to school and learn

more trench and Italian.
" '',:t-";-.'.
"This will help me financially.

too. Records sell so big abroad.

so t could make soma rtcordt
in foreign languages, But you
have to know the language pret pret-ty
ty pret-ty wall- beforo yob feel comfort comfortable
able comfortable tinging Ift them.-"'-.
' While overseas; Ella" bought i

harmoriica. She's played as a kid
in school, but not since. On the
tour, she played harmonica with

Oscar Peterson, the pianist who

went along.. Now her boss on

Verve Norman Grants wants her

to play on records. "It's a swing

in' harmonica,' she says.
"Her oig-seiling "Songbooks"

Cole Porter and Rodgers and Hart,
so far will continue. Originally

she was figuring on doing George

Gershwin next, "but too many oth
er people are doing Gershwin.'

So the next Ella Fitzgerald Sone-

book will probably find her sing

ing the songs of Duke Ellington.

Whatever it is, it will be wel

come.

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DICK'S PICKS: Kenny Bowers

could be the next sensation list

en to his "How Come?" 4 and

"Half a Mind" bn Columbia. Oth Others:
ers: Others: "Let Me Be Loved" (Tom

my Sands," Capitol); "The Aisle"
(Roy Hamilton, Epic); "Three
Roads" (Pat O'Day, RCA); 'ISoft
Sands". (The Rover Boys, Vik)

"Lighthuise." (Ociev Smith, Ca

dence);; "Nothing in the World"

(Doris Day;' Columbia): "The

Careless Years (Sue Raney, Ca

pitol);' "Stone In' the Wind" (Rita

Renay, Liberty); "Red Shutters"

(Tony Travis. Verve).

Top recent "vocal albums Chris

uftlortwltirv his filfai staj.wifeln4-nn8r,,iUunisW

grid Ijergman., y fi-op rank of girl; singers with her

George Gershwin Almanae of Song

(Atlantic): Diahann Carroll has. a

wonderful collectioiKOf Harold Ar-

ien. tunes (RCA): Jeri Southern's

"Jeri Gently Jumps" is one of

her best (Decca); Sallie Blair is
a new voice with great promise
her first "Squeeze. Me" (Beth (Bethlehem);'
lehem);' (Bethlehem);' Kate Smith does her
best work in years on her collec

tion of ballads (Capitol); new
stars Mickey and Sylvia, have their

first album, ".New-Sounds, on

Vik.

Classical music from all over

on recent albums Malko and the

Philharmonia Orchestra play Dvo

rak's "Slavonic Dances" (RCA);

. Today, Thursday, July 11
TM. Vc
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
till 3:00)
5:30 News V .-.
6:35 What's Tour F a 1 1 1

(cont'd)
6:00 Interlude

6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW, (Pabst Beer).
6 : 30 Your Dancing Party
7:00 Goon Show-
7:30 Musicland USA"
a: 00 Proudly We Hall
8:30 Take It From Here
9:00 You Asked For It (re

quests taken ty phone

till 7:30)
10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan
ama ;
10:45 Temple Of Dreams

11:00 Concert Under The Stars

12:00 Sign Off.

"friendship" with Mrs. Da Ormanriy and the Philadelphia Or

Gupta, the mother of two chil

dren.
Miss Bergman said in London

recently she expected Rossellini
to return to Italy later this sum summer.
mer. summer. Reports from London said

she interceded with Indian olil
clals to extend Rosselllnl's visa.

chestra play Sibelius' "Finlandia,"
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(L-oiumDia;; me wuaneiio uaua-

nd play 16th and 17th Century

quartets on ".arly Italian Music
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ROLLING WEDDING Really -wheeling" Into married life,.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dee Glyn get showered with rice follow-
irg their wedding in Opelousas. La. G!yn has been bandi bandi-csrej
csrej bandi-csrej siiice be was 15 years old, bis wile since she was It.

Iran Says Red Plot
To Sabofaqe Abadan
Refinery Squelched
TEHRAN. Iran, July 11 (UP)

Inn announced today it has brok

en up a 'Communist plot to blow

up the huge oil reiinery at Abadan

which is 40 per cent American-

owned.

Gen. Seymour Bakhtiar. assist

ant premier and chief f security,

said police have arrested a Com Communist
munist Communist gang hatching the sabo

tage plot.
. Abadan, at the mouth of the Ti Tigris
gris Tigris River oo the Persian Gulf,

is one of' the world's biggest oil

refining and oil shipping centers.
It facilities are operated by an

international group that took ever
from the eld Anglo-Iranian Oil
Compiny which was nationalized

under ousted Iranian Premier Mo

hammed Mossadegh,

Socony Mobile Oil Co., Standard

Oil Co of N.J., Standard Oil Co.
ot Cal'f., Texas Oil Co. and Gulf
Oil Co. ach bald seven per cent

of th stock in the international
operating group..
Anotbei five per cent Is held

by o t h e r American companies

making up- a group caueo: lricon

Agency Ltd. This group includes

hichfield on Co., American inde independent
pendent independent Oil Co!, Standard Oil Co.
of Ohio. Pacific Western Oil Corp.,
Signal Oil and Gas Co- Atlantic
r, tl..j.w Ail

nrauuig v. niji.vt.& u via.
Tidewater Oil Co., and San Jacia Jacia-to
to Jacia-to Petroleum Corp. a

fiakhtiar said Khosrow Rootkeh,
top banian Communist arrest

ed earlier this week, "served the

interests of a foreign power" and
engaged ia espionage and sabo

tage. He did not say whether
Rootk'b wis- In on the Abadan
plot
"We wiT squelch any such plots
in tbeu embryo form," be said.
"We a determined to keep down
all trtwherous elements and will
use all arean to this tad."

All Boys In Step,
Except The Prince

LONDON (UP) A hundred
schoolboys marched past their

proud parents Monday and every everybody
body everybody was in step except Prince

Charles.

Arms swung in unison as the

pupils at the e x c 1 u s ive boys
school -fthich Britain's future king
attends put on a show of calis

thenics for the wind-up of their
annual sports day. But Charles, in
the front rank, was way out. of
time.
"Watch yourself, Charlie,"
hissed 4 friend in the rear rank.
The remark carried round the
sports' ground.
Charles blushed and got into
time. The Duke of Edinburgh

grinned behind his hand. Queen
E'iiabeth II chuckled. I
Like the rest of the pupils at

the school fees $M a term

Charles brought bis mother and

dad along to see the sports day
Monday. I,

f.

ThK secret's

the sauce..

Tomorrow, Friday, July 12
A.M.
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken
by phone .till 7:00)

7:30 Morning Salon Concert

8:15 Church In The Wildwood

8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News
9:15 Sacred Heart
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10:00 JENNIFER'S JOU R N At

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10:05 Spins and Needles (re

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pnone tin 8:30)

11:00 News

11:05 Spins And Needles

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11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 New

PJW.

12:05 Luncheon Music
12:15 M ILACH RINO MUSI

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12:30 Musical Travelog

i:uu jews
1:15 Muslo Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneer
1:45 Songs qf France
2:00 Tex Beneke Show v
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
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: 15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

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6:30--Your Dancing Party
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7:30-VOA Report From U.S.
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SO-r-Hancock's Half Hour
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F AGE FOUR
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

Social arid Otli

By Staffers

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AMBASSADOR OF COLOMJBU WILL GIVE RECEPTION
FOR COLOMBIAN INDEPENDENCE DAY, JULY 20
The Ambassador of Colombia in Panama, Dr. Raul H. Ba Barrios
rrios Barrios and Mrs. Barrios have issued invitations for a re ,eption to
hi held at the Embassy residence on Saturday, July 20 from 7.00
Vb occasion is the celebration of the 147th anniversary of
Colombia's Declaration of Independence. j

Mrs. R. Rtnnit Welcome Guests
From The States

Mrs Robert G. Rennie of An-

Ambassador

ThP Ambassador of the United, ,, k nn the Cristobal nier to

States of America and Mrs. Julian day t0 weicome her sister Miss He-

F. Harrington entertained i "'""lien Winfieln oi riusning ss.Tt. ana
ner las-, .evening at La Cresta for ner njece ana nephew Pattie

the newly appointed American. Beafor( and Edward T. Bedtora

AmbaSStdu to UOlomDia aim mia.
John to Cabot.

ADD SOCIAL
SereptirHsts
Will Held
Anniveisary Tea

The Soropuroists uuo oi ran

HI from Hyde Md. who arrived on

the SS Ancon.
The visitors will stay with Capf.
and Mrs. Rennie until September.

Each notice fer inclusion in this
column should be submitted
type-written form and mailed

. the box number listed dady in So
cial and Otharwiie," or delivered
by hsnd to the office. Notices el
meetinfs cannot be accepted by
telephone.
Roller Skating Club
Meets Tonight
There will be a regular month

ly mee'ing of the Canal Zone Roll Roll-ti
ti Roll-ti Skating (Jub tonight at the Bal

boa Roilerdvome, at 7:00 p.m.
followed by free skating for mem
hers. V

American Consul Will Show

anaei vn dumi n,.i..-j rk.n..

Mr. Robert W. Weise. Jr., A- T: V

nia wi'l mark its first anniversa-i merjcap consul will present his
- i K- at Wash-1 i ... i Tlu.!

ry W1.J IC IU m "Ti n n 'C(r SUUe SHOW -uuuvm, inc. K n j i fh E--s.Pn C(.np
irfgton Salon of the Hotel El P.-j Land rf Conlrasts;; at the I 0 der of he E astern St r

nama at 4:30 p.m. weu.iuao- meeting of the Atlantic v"era -- -; c" hi.,, Riro T.mnU

Ml. llooe. on Monaay. ai ;

Meet Tomorrow

A stated meeting or Orchid Chap-

ly 17.

Several out-of-town guests
be present.

will

Club,

7 -i.1. n m

Mr. Weise made these slides

Murine the three years he spent

in Hnhvlfl

Members who cannot attend ar lso on the program for the

. i A..-1-.A. IT1 I . i. i

asked to pnone mis. numcj evening is uiur. uiiiyeuuuu

Kline at the Hotel El Panama.

IAWC Luncheon

At Union Club

The Inter American Women's
Club will hold its regular monthly

luncheon at the union uud at it. it.-30,
30, it.-30, June 18.
Reservations may be made at
.i imif nf; tho Tivnli HllPRt

House or by calling Balboa 2465! Mm n Belle

r Panama 2-0518.

Members will enter five of their

favorite slides. Six slides will be
chosen as winners by a panel of
iiiHlps Time permitting a slide

set, "The Story of Redwoods" from
the Fortuna Camera Club, Fortu
na, California will be shown.
Guests are cordially invited.
Kitchen Shower Given For

Learn Ballroom Dancing
All Latin ft American
Dances Taught.
4 Private Lessons $9.
HARNETT & DUNN
.Balboa 2-4239

in Balhoa.

Refreshments will be served af after
ter after the meeting.

ing hel'i on Saturday, at the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal High School Auditorium for
the purpose of raising funds to off offset
set offset expenses obligated by the A A-merican
merican A-merican Legion Auxiliary in send sending
ing sending girls to Washington, D.C. to

fttend Girls Nation will result in

two thud-generation Canal Zone
girls visiting the capitol of the li

nked States and seeing "Demo

cracy in Action."

Mare Bleakley and Wendy Cot-

ton, uovernor ana la. governor or

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I 'Housing Shortage

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MISS AIDITA PAREDES will be one of the debutantes who
will have fun at the Debutantes Ball, which will be held at
.. i the Union Club tornorrow night.

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Decorators Decree

Comfort For Hubby

Mrs. Bremla Barnthouse enter J

tained H a kitchen shower on are both "third generation" resid resid-Sunday
Sunday resid-Sunday afternoon in the F e r n ents of the Canal Zone. Their
Room of the Tivoli Hotel in honor grand-parents arrived on the local

of bride-lo-be Miss Virginia vi icene during and immediately af

Well, what

as

Still Separates
Gl Families Abroad
' HF.TTlF.T.fiERO rtlPV The mil

itarv housine short a ee. which the

U.S. Army promised to have lick

ed two years ago, is suu separat separating
ing separating G.I. families for as much as

a vear ancr is causing a sizaDie

morale oroblem. : : -It'

More than half of the officers
and non-coms assigned to Europe

individually must wan irom live

months to a year before .tneir iam
ilies can loin them; Two year a

go, 67 per cent of the families

were traveunt concurrently, inree
years ago, an Army press release
promised that "concurrent travel

for the great majority of person

nel ordered to Germany is antici

Dated by mid-1955,"

The picture is much brighter for
members of combat divisions and

regiments that transfer from the
U.S. as a unit and trade bases
with a similar group in Germany.
In these "operation gyroscope" ro rotations,
tations, rotations, 95 per cent of the fami families
lies families can come with the men.

But for the married soldier as assigned
signed assigned Individually, a 12-month
wait moans one-third of his
throo-yoar overseas duty in a
barracks without his' family. His
alternative is to try for space space-available
available space-available transport on a troop troopship
ship troopship for the wife and kids ancV
find them an expensive apart apartment
ment apartment in housing-short Germany;

or France.
Although officer and troop mor morale
ale morale cannot be measured in figures,
Army officials admit that this
waiting period is always a source
of grumbling and discontent.
The entire expensive program of

building housing and transporting
dependents and household goods
overseas is based on the idea of

keeping up morale. In the words

of Lt. Gen. Bruce C. Clarke, Sev Seventh
enth Seventh Army commander, "the pres-

MX

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MISS MARIELA OCAS A poses In ; the g6,wn she will wear at I
the Debutantes Ball at the Union Club tomorrow night."

Bella

A large group of friends of .the

honoree were present.

Talent Show At Cristobal High
Saturday Night
A locil talent show which is be-

v

do you know? It of -that chair and sofa Jim has ence of dependents does a great

v i i .. L. II.. im .jninii -1 i i i 1 1 nun I lAr mnra a r r rvi nnl

fi..;ki,. ,..i ct 1QK7 ioe! lOOKS as uiuugu rau.t is aiwavs loinpiaiiieu auuuu I"-" v:

ven iuui.011 uina ni u i-ujii .. u: K-l, jn Ik. A I 1 J .. -n olomont nf .nmhot rooHlnocc"

10 gei 111s easy ciiau u miu ner iueuu, so aouoi, will A""M'-"- vm..voa.

uving room. be impressed to the pomfr of going
u. nome and calling a second-
Why? Because Mama has de- hand furniture dealer to come by
cided that what Papa wants is and make her an off f

more important in furnishing a uncomfortable items in her own

A wonderful new idea in

P'DES

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Frozen meat pies
In Individual servlngsl
Filled with tender meat I
Extra flaky crustl
So easy to prepare I

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loess

Kou enjoy the savory goods

of Chicken, Tumckt or Beef Fie, without oil tht fust
tnd bother oj preparation Just put generous-sized
wason Fkozen Met Pies Into the oven . brown
. . and serve. Better pick up a good supply from your
grocer's freezer youll find the family asking for
this easy-to-prepare, appetizing treat again and again!

ter construction days, with their

parents being raised on the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. The girls have been raised with without
out without the benefit of civic life as it
is seen in the United States com communities
munities communities on a government level
and tool: readily to the program
in civi and state government pre

sented to them at the local Girls

State. After a week of concentrat

ed study of government during
their Easter vacation, these two

girl were chosen to represent this
area in the capitol of the United

Mate at the annual session of

vi0!j.virisi wauon wnere iney wiu learm

' rttnore about me structure oi xne

national government of the Unit

ed States

As a result of her participation

in the Girls State program, Miss
Bleakley's interest in the laws gov governing
erning governing the United States was stim

ulated to the extent that she plans

to study law in college in addition
to her original choice of business
administration.

Miss iBleakif y is the daughter

of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bleak Bleak-ley
ley Bleak-ley of Margarita. Miss Wendy Cot Cot-inn
inn Cot-inn is the dsuehter of Mr. and

Mrs. Wendell Cotton, also of Mar"

garita.

hnniA that tfvintf in ttinlrA. thA fnin.!

ily living room look like a page

out of a decorating, journal?

Officials concede privately
that the concurrent travel pro program
gram program fell victim' to another Ar Army
my Army program Gorman-American
relations. They say the Army
gave back requisitioned German

houses too fast and that the

living room.

That's the way the word passes
fllnnp. And it's iuar s lnclrv hronlr

Don't be silly. Papa is going to fnr mp whpn pnmfnrtohio substitute building program could

get his easy chair back because are tne "latest" instead of Dn. 'not keep pace.

lows on th flnnr or .hairc thot With thejeturn of German sov

are long on "line"-but short on ereignty in May, iaa, tne return

(CONTINUED ON PAGE S)

Bill Would Barler
US Farm Surpluses
Thru Iron Curtain
WASHINGTON, July 11 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The House has approved an ad administration
ministration administration request for authority

to barter American larm surplus

es to Iron CuHain countries for
strategic materials.
It took the action Tuesday in

Dassine a compromise si.jou.uuu,-

000 bill to revive and extend for

mother vear the farm surplus dis

posal program which lapsed June
30.

The legislation would permit
uch barter deals with all Com Communist
munist Communist countries except Soviet
Tiusia. Communist China and coun

tries controlled by Communist China.

The measure was a compromise

between a Senate bill wnicn. con contained
tained contained the new bartering authori

ty in somewhat broader form, and
a House bill which did not.
The bill now goes to the Senate
for fin?) congressional action.

Sena'e approval would allow tne
administration to complete the sec

ond hill of a controversial 95
million dollar agreement to pro provide
vide provide Communist Poland with loans

md sale of American farm sur

pluses for Polish currency.

Tne bill wouia auinorue me a
gricuKure Department to sell an

dditional one billion aouars wonn

of American farm surpluses lor

foreign currencies and to give a
way an additional 300 million dol

lars worth to neeoy peoples a

broad.

the decorators who influence

Mama's taste have decreed that

"easy chair comfort is becoming

fashpohablc for the living room.
With that work to guide her;
Mama can now take Papa along
when she picks' out 'i sofa or a
chair instead of choosing her fur furniture
niture furniture for lookr :alonei ffi&Xj

She will dare t-do thi now e

cause she has 'the go-ahead sign

from those who decide what the
well-dressed room will wear.
If any of her friends look down
their noses at the furniture she

has bought for comfort, she does does-not
not does-not have to squirm.
HAS ANSWER
She can, look her silent critic in
the eye and say with al' the as assurance
surance assurance in the world, "Now that

comfor is fashionable for the

Comfort.

Requiem Mass
1 ... i
A requiem mass for the re-
poe of the soul of the late fa4s
ther James Dolanj former par parish
ish parish priest at St. Vincent de
Paul's Church who died in the
United States last month, will
be held at the same church
Saturday morning at 7.
The mass will be sponsored
by the Ladies Auxiliary of the

Knights of St. John and all
members as well as parishion

ers in general are being urged

living room, I decided to get rid to attend.

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A

of private property began to ac

celerate. More than 7,000 proper

ties, were given back in 1955. A

further 4,500 went out of' Army
control in the first half of 1956.
In June, 1956, Army families

were living in 3,444 German-dwn-

ed apartment -units. Ten months

later, 2,000 of these had ieem giv
en hank i J ; i t! I .4

The de requisitioning schedule
includes a further reduction to
708 German home by September,
if "completion of housing now un under
der under construction is not unduly de

layed and leasing arangements
can be made for other properties.
Many of the places leader will be
villas for high-rankin officers and

others will be offices.
The Army is the landlord of
39,700 now apartment units
throughout Germany end is build building
ing building several hundred more. They
rengo from two, three, end four four-bedroom
bedroom four-bedroom apartments tor non noncommissioned
commissioned noncommissioned and junior offic officers
ers officers and their families to duplex
colonels and single houses for
colonels end generals. Civilians
employed by the government get
housing scaled to their pay
grades.
In any housing project of this
scale estimated cost is 400 .mil .million
lion .million dollars, paid by the German
government as defense support
costs there are bound to be snags,
and these add to the waiting time.
A bird in the chimney kept one
building in Stuttgart from being
occupied for six weeks. The Army
refused to accept, an entire block
of apartments in the Stuttgart area
because of giant cracks in the
walls and poor workmanship. The
buildings were set to rights but
there were months of delays. Near
Frankfurt, several apartments
stood empty for weeks while the
Army and a German e Metric com company
pany company argued ojbwiiershlp of

transiormers.

US Fliers Abroad Chat With
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Neighbors In Ten Languages

'WIESBADEN, July 11. (UP) -U.S.
airmen and officer, can chat
in Arabic. Turkish or eiEht other

languages to tneir neignDors at

air bases thcoughout Europe ana
Africa. .-( .:
The Air Force's compulsory lan language
guage language instruction program has
taught 42,000 airman students the
fundamentals of the language, spo spoken
ken spoken in countries in which they are

stationed.

The courses, started three years

ago;' last, 30 classroom hours andj
nr. t4lran HlllMTItf lilltV tllTVP. Sill!

axe iu. .... -,,
dents who wish may take advanc

ed courses in evening study
groups. Students who already know
the local language are excused

from class

The students learn to road.
Write, and speak simple phras phrases.
es. phrases. The complicated Arabic, .Tur .Turkish
kish .Turkish and Grck scripts are con considered
sidered considered to too tough to master
irt short' time, but writlhg in-sti-uetidrr1
W glveri m the1: othe9
language's?" French, ; German,
Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish,
Italian, Dutch.
The head ot. the program Dr.

Richard IB. Simons of Dayton. O-

hio. said the two main aims of

his instructors are to teach words

rnd Dhrases used on the lob on

fhe ai- base and those that can

form the basis for further learn

ing in conversation,

am there are otner benefits.
"There is no doubt that a knowl

edge of the local language is

making the tour of duty of Amer American
ican American Air Force personnel more

pleasant and profitable," Simons
said. "?t is also showing the gen genuine
uine genuine friendliness of American in
daily contacts with people in the

local communities.

The Air Force has had more

trouble with its instructors than

us students in setting up 1 the

uiubo. rtoiessionai language

teacners want to teach in their
owil way, from the grammar rules
up. They find it hard to adapt the

iuitaei uiewua ; oi memorizing
pharases without learning the
rules.. They also find it difficult to

dujusv io teacning pnrases such
as, "Where did you put my

msieau or-tne ciassiet

ui tat ui my aunt,
Another problem is textbooks -the
Air Foreo has written its
own for most courses And use
excerpts of standard books for
others.
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The ordinary, Arable text books
had to be tossed -out because Air
Force linguists found the Arabs in
Saudi Arabia- could notf under understand
stand understand airmen trained in Libva.

Now separate texts' for local dia-'
lects aie'usedi'-11" '.

4

Legislator' Finds

Making Laws
Is Expensive

' MADISON. Wis.; July 11 fTJPi

A state senator urged his col,
leagues to "get down to business"

and adjourn the session on time.
' Sen. Robert ..Travis showed a

record of what it costs to come to
Madison to legislate. He operates

a cleaning business In Platteville,

Wis., and while he's away, h

has to hire, someone to "keep
shop."... . -"-,"
Travis said that his partem
helper earns 'more to tend shop

than he does to make the laws f

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1782-Model Chariot

Will Gel 'Hew Look'

PROVIDENCE, R. I. July 11

(UP) A 1782-model chariot has
left Rhode Island temporarily to

a?ouire a "new look..' x

When it returns to the Rhode

island Historical Society, it will
sport a fresh coat of robin's egg

blue and yellow paint, trimmed

with gold.

Clifford P. Monahon, director of
(he society, described the chariot

2f "tha most important vehicle in
America today." It was built, in

Philadelphia in 1782 for John
Brown of Rhode Island.

Recently the chariot was sent

to Matcn island, n. Y., for a re

juvenation job by an expert re

storer of antique vehicles.

In its day the chariot was drawn

by horses. 1

Man Travels 1,200
Miles To Be Juror
WEST CHESTER. Pa'.. July 11

kUP A lot of people try to get

out of jury duty, but one public public-spirited
spirited public-spirited citizen went 1,200 miles
ou of bis way to serve here.
William Morgan was in Or m ond,
Fla.; whea he was aotified to ap appear
pear appear for jury duty. He haden
living in Florida for three months
and expected to make his home
there for tone time to come, but
he made o effort to be excused.
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and arrived bere in time for the

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Mrs. T."XTChilmWr,
Leave For SUtas -

' Friends of torg. T. K. Chalmers
nd nei -daughter Peggy, have

been feting, them this week priori

to Utar. departure on tneiw An-

cn lor the united Mates, iney
will Wiake their home in Wishing-
ton D.C -.
Vacationing Students
Have Fun V
. Miss -Carol Chase, daughter of

jar. ana Mrs., u w. unase oi An An-ron.
ron. An-ron. is visiting her parents for the

summer before returning to enter
Senior year at the College of
illiam and Mary at Williamsburg

Virginia, this fall

Miss Chase entertained group

f other vacationing college stu

dents at bridge; in her home on

Fridav 'eveninc.

Mr. frank Lerchen, whd is visit

ing ms parents, Mr. ana Mrs. t.
II. Lerchen of Balboa Heights, be

fore returning to Syracuse. New
York, to enter his senior year in

the Engineering College of Cor Cornell
nell Cornell University, entertained on Sat-

uiday night' .at his home with an
Informal evening of bridge,., bad-

uuuiuu, auu uaucuig.

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For Two-Week Camp
Af Taboaa Wand

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Opening lead A K

Tt oivAS vnn a inlt. : at first.

doesn't it?" said an American air

man. He pointed to a jet with the
markings of the German Luftwaf

fe millions once feared

Mr. James Suddaby,- son of Mr.
i.nd Mrs. Otorge D. Suddaby ox
rialboa will entertain with a bridge

party on baturaay evening,

La Bcca Graduates
In Civil Defense

Gel Awards Tuesday

Graduation exercises for approx approximately
imately approximately 35 residents of La Boca
who have completed the required
course of training in civilian' de-

fp.nsn first aid aDDlication will be

held next Tuesday night at the stu

dy hall commencing at 7:30 p.m.

The class was organized oy uie

La Boca Civic Council and its ad

tivities throughout the training pe

riod of about three months were

coordinated with the civilian de

fense offices.

The instructor was William H.

Gordon.

A 1 1. j. m ...Ml .lu kii

a : siiuii Uiuuam wilt tusu u ,. .1 j:.. ;

r...j... 1 rut ichsuus oesi : jenown

A list of those completing the mm w w
class and to whom certificates will Pade n,d a few bids later found

be-- given are as follows: Carie uuoeu. w a lour-spaae con-

Turner, Gloria Llewelyn, Wim-

fred James, baran tunc, James . 'divisior art,' expected to be fully
R., Kennedy, Lester Ferraro, Ml-I The king of clubs was Opmed "t f

"M UUI Hl uuuuujr IUHUC
South wish that he had opened

to

Iron Cross Now Familiar Sight As
Luftwaffe Jets Roar Over Germany

Unofficial Requests
For Spy SiKpecIs' C
Exlradilion NixQd

WIESBADEN, Germany, Julyibout $10,400 a year, plus an est'
11 (UP) The Iron Cross is be mated ir housing and foo k

comma a fam":ar sight again in' allowance. PARIS. JULY 12 fUPU. A

the skies over- Germany. J With headnutrters at Fursten- French government official said

feldbruck the Randolph Field of

trermany som .17 miles west of
Munich Vinzant now has more
than K ion Clarmana in trninincr and

i an American stau oi 1,3. tus

Althcueh the Iron Cross is naiht-two other fields are at Landsbere

ed on the fuselage,, there is no and Kuuflicuren, 25. arid 50 miler.
. it.. l J a atl x il i m tt a j

swastixa such as adorned the tails
of German planes which once ter terrorized
rorized terrorized the fleeing citizens of Pa

ris and battered London, xnis
time tlie German Air Force is

haild ah i vitally needed addition

to free world defense. v

It flies Lockheed T-33 let train

ers anrt Republic F-84F jet.fignt-

cr-bombers., drscenaea irom t n e

World Wsr II P-38 Lightnings,
and P-47 Thunderbolts that help

ed bring down Hitler's Fortress

Europa. '!p-'l.r

After long delays, Luftwaf i e

training now seems to be going

well. The first wing ot r -84F Thun

derstreaks will become operational

in late summer or early fall. Four

more v-ines. including one with;F-

no aaore jeis, are expected aurwg
1958.-
It will be 1962. however, before

the- eutL-e 20-wing German Air

Force is ready. This will be two
years after the Germans' 12 army

Flemmines

Pearl Farrell. Ilene F. Pilgrim.

Iris Pilgrim. Lois Alleyne. Patri

At, a Taboga Island Youth cia M. Callender, Wilma Daniels,

camp counsellors' meeting tms Glenda Farrell, Mavis E. Donowa

nam a, arreu, uons a. Living

ston. Wilhelmina A. La vne. -Pauli

na L. King, Wolsey s. Uiclcens, Jr.,MV"i. me proper ma or one aia-

mona ana arrived at the more
sensible contract of three nd-

trump.

Alter tnose preliminary con-

week itvwas revealed bv the Ree

Istrar that the first week's camp
vacancies are filling up rapidly.

une if ouin camp which nas op

Pearlma M. Wilson, Marcelina A

Wilson, Virginia D. Bra tti wait e,

Gladys Sandiford, Elenor Dickens,
Alexander James Loretta D.

erated n a y two-week summer, Chong, Vilma Chong, Sadie M. Sin-

camp each year for the past 10 f,fUr tjrll'rla J "avis. Elvira Rai Rai-years
years Rai-years as a service to the commu- ley, -Melva Bailey, Clarence Fen Fen-nity
nity Fen-nity is due7 :to open July 29 to" and Tnscilla Chong; All retard
through August 3 for boys and ?nt,s. the commumty are invited

gins of tnrough 12 years of,"" ""

age. young people of 13 years

and older are scheduled, for Au

gust 5 through August 10

. Th counsellors- and workers
for the camp this year are Rev.
and Mrs. Joe Jenkins, Dr. and

Mrs. Robert Chapman, Mrs, A
r H- Evans, Miss Gall Fisher, Mrs,

William H. Beeby, Mrs: :Gorge

Edginton, Miss Patty Swaf ford,

Mrs. Lester Soerhelde, Bim Max

well, Russell Reld, Fred Wilson,
Charles Crawford, Charles Rentz

and others. Rev. William H. Bee Beeby
by Beeby Is Camp Director and has ar arranged
ranged arranged for the same high qual quality
ity quality menus, nursing service, sports
f many varieties, handcraft
(both free and purchased items)
and character studies in the

"Njristian life,

I Through the courtesy of sev-

ral C

Jaguar Car Company

Gels Hew Building

Fireoorof

X

l C.Z. families horse-back rid

ing has been added as a new

sport this year.

The camp is run on a dall

Schedule which Is well-nlanne

organized and directed by adult

counsellors. Athletic and sports
activities thU year will include
softball, volleyball,, relay races,
tugs of war1, badminton, boat

ing,, canoeing, archery, ping-

pong horse-shoes, hiking, swim

ming ana horse-back riding.
Each day features a camp fire
where stunts, singing, and a de devotional
votional devotional period bring the day to
a close Registrations may be
made through Mrs. Joe Christo Christopher
pher Christopher or Miss Sandra Nelson at
Telephone Balbo 1727, or by
writing to Box B, B a I boa

Heights, C.Z.

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To Feature

Teenage Jalenr

Show Ilexl Monlh
' The annual educational pro

gram of the TJhlversal Negro
Improvement Association, Divi Division
sion Division 144 will be presented at the

Jamaican society auditorium on
Monday night, Aug. 28. The en entertainment
tertainment entertainment will be featured
with a teenage talent show, on
which teenagers of the commu community
nity community '.will have the opportunity
to .test their ability In the arts
f music. Elocution and singing
in tvro divisions, junior and sen sen-lor
lor sen-lor 1
Prizes will be awarded to the
first and second best In each di division
vision division as decided by the respec respective
tive respective Judges. Persons wishing to
participate v ihv the competition
should apply early to get the
Items selected for. the musical!

and elocutionary contest and

other matters. Applications may

be maae to D. Fuller, secretary,
TT.NJJL, 9-21 25th Street,. San
Miguel formerly N Street); co-

mo usuiooma, or 10 any oincer,
f thettNJ-A.. t : .1

LONDON, July 11 A new
80,000 square foot building brings
Britain's Jaguar Car Co. at Cov Coventry
entry Coventry a step nearer to complete

rehabilitation alter the lire

which destroyed a quarter of

the factory last February.

The 'building was put up at

great speed within 12 weeks

and every precaution was taken

to make it fireproof.

Under the roof of galvanized

steel-decking there 4roio inflam

mable material, patent ventil

ators with fusible links open

automatically in the event of

fire to allow hot air, fumes and
smoke to escape. Risk of fire

has, in fact, been considerably
reduced and fire-fighting in an

emergency would be easier.
Great use was made of ply ply-glass,
glass, ply-glass, a new material which
has the property of diffusing
light and reducing heat inside
the building from the sun's
rava.

. Two hundred and seventy tons

of steel went Into the building

and 1,250,000 bricks were laid In
record time. Among the special

features Is iluroescent tuning

s t r etching one-and-a-quarter
miles and giving' shadowless 11
lumlnatlon in every corner of
the factory.
The company decided on the
new building because a large

part of the lacwry wnere pru-

sideratlons South proceeded to

make the best of a bad job by

maKing nis contract.

He ruffed the opening club

lead ana played ace and one
diamond. East was in and made
his best return, a trump.
South won with the ten snot

and ruffed a third diamond with
dummy's king of trumps. Two
rounds of trumps were played
and south started diamonds a a-gain.
gain. a-gain. East could have ruffed in
but that would have forced him
to lead a heart from his king so
he simply discarded hearts.
This left South with nothing
but four, hearts and with only
eight tricks in. South led a low

One of the most important men

attending the rebirth of the Luft Luftwaffe
waffe Luftwaffe is a 37-year-old American
colonel named Mark H. Vinzant

Jr., who m as born in Newberry,

Fla., an I now calls Haverford, Pa.
home.
He is charged with the opera-

lion of three big air bases, train training
ing training the German Air Force 1 and

training pilots from 14 other coun countries
tries countries under military aid programs.

His u. S. Air Force salary is

Fish Also Can Gel
Frustrated, Test

On Salmon Reveals

SEATTLE, Wash., July 11 (UP)

The U. S. Fish and Wildlife Serv

ice has learned that fish, like hu

mans, become mistratea wnen

1 a a j ., UlaUCU UI1UC1 tUilUJUUUO u-

ucaik wwaiu uummy 3 uuccii ....

The finding was the result or a

respectively,-; i from Fasteofeld-

bruck. ; '- j,ii'-2.fr'$?s,-
The colonel, a veteran of 4,300
flying hours, figures the U. S, Air
Force will be out of a job as far
ar the Luftwaffe is concerned in
another year or so. The. Germans
have s.'iffs p3ralleling U. S. train training
ing training units. As they become more
effective, V. S elements are cut. I

The U. S. groups should be down to
500 men by next January;

vinzant is proud or tnetrermans tnetrermans-safety
safety tnetrermans-safety rate. There has been one
fatality since training started in
January 1956. In that ;'time there
have b'-eu 60,000 flying hours in including
cluding including 26,000 with jets. j
Oddly, there have been relative relatively
ly relatively few World War II German pilot
vplunteers. By now, lOO were ex expected,
pected, expected, but only 500 signed up.
Vinzant attrit-utes this to poor mil-!

asry pay one-fourth. 01 one-third

that of Americans rather than

anyyopposition to German rearma rearma-ment.
ment. rearma-ment. :' '.ty
The Gernun gdal is a tactical

force of 1.S26 aircraft organized

into 18 wings of fighters and fighter-bombers
and two wines of trans

port pianes. America has supplied

250 planes to date, including a a -84F
combat types.
Luftwaffe manpower eventually
may reach 150,000.
Bud worms Due For I
Assault From Sky
MADISON, Wis., July 11 (UP)
Several tri motor airplanes will
he used to spray 170,000 acres of I

Wisconsin foresfMand against jack
pine budwonns.
The Wisconsin Conservation De Department
partment Department contracted with a Van Vancouver,
couver, Vancouver, Wash., firm to do the
spraying after a test program last

year shiwed that 95 per cent of

the bud worms in a sprayed area

wero killed.

today that France would not ex

tradite a former -American offi officer
cer officer and his wife accused of spy spy-ins,
ins, spy-ins, for Russia unless the United

1 States can prove they were

criminals.
The couple is Russian born
George Zlatovski, 47, a former
intelligence officer, and his wife,
Jane Foster, 45, who have lived
in Paris since 1949.
. They were Indicted earlier this

week by a New York federal

grand jury on charges of espion espionage
age espionage for the Soviet Union,

But it seemed more and more
doubtful they ever would be sent

back to New York to face-trial.

The U.S. Government thus far
has not made any formal re request
quest request for extradition of the pair.

Reliable sources here said tne
French government has politely
but' firmly turned down several
unofficial requests for extradi extradition,
tion, extradition, insisting a formal request

is necessary.

Scientists Studying
Nitrogen Source
In Wisconsin Lakes

CHICAGO, July 11 (UP) The
"hospital room of tomorrow" will

be completed soon rresoyienan rresoyienan-St.
St. rresoyienan-St. Luke's Hospital.
The room, which will be a part

of a 13-floor, air-conditioned pavil

ion, win contain a two-way inter intercom
com intercom system which will allow the

patient to talk to the nurse, a tel

evision unit, an eiectncauy oper operated
ated operated bed that can be easily adjust
ed at the touch of a switch and

a built-in lavatory.
Piped-in oxygen also will be a a-vailable
vailable a-vailable through a wall outlet for
emergency use. Advanced direct
and indirect lighting, a modern
pastel color scheme and home-like
furnishings will add comfort and
convenience to the room.

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and East won with the king. East
led a heart back promptly but

South simply finessed the ten
spot and made his ace for the
contract trick.

South deserves a great deal of
credit for a beautifully played
hand but just, think how much

sweat and strain he would have
saved if he had simply opened

the bidding, with one diamond.

tus longest suit.

I : n i it in

Swivel-Chair Drive
Is Ilewesi Kink

On Trailer-Loader

. CHICAGO. July 11 (UP) Swing

your seat around and drive in an another
other another direction.. That's what you
can do with a vehicle recently de developed
veloped developed by the Four Wheel Prive

Auto Company.
The vehicle, called the Trailer

Spotter, was' designed to .. move
semi trailers around crowded
truck terminals.
The Trailer Loader, which can

push or pull a trailer at speeds
up to 27 mph, has two set of ac accelerator
celerator accelerator and air brake pedals

and a swivel seat that will swing
around a vertical steering column
In the center of the cab.

The driver operates one set of

series 01 tests maae nere at uie

Pacific Salmon Investigations lab

nratorv.

Fish biologists set up a six-foot

tank with three chambers con

nected at the top. One contained

fresh water, another' brackish wa
ter and the third, salt water.
Three fish were placed in the

fresh water and soon separated,

one fish to 1 chamber, apparent

ly paying no heed to .the salinity
content" of each chamber.
Then two other fish were intro

duced, and the three which had

taken up residences fought vio

lently to suard their homes, even

to the extent of pulling out scales
of the newcomers. The fourth and

fifth fish, with no place In parti

cular to go, flicked fins, quivered

and shook in frustration.

Next the five fish were placed

toeemer in a large unpartitioned

pool and they quickly lost all signs
of fight or frustration and behav behaved
ed behaved like model children.
When a block of wood was float floated
ed floated on the pool, all the fish headed

for the shaded spot.

But in a short time, one strong

salmon proved himself "king" of

the school and be alone stayed un under
der under the block of wood.

The fish denied the shady spot.

took to, the corners, of the pool
and "shook all over." the biolo

gists said. They appeared excited

and were paler in color than a

normal, well-adjusted fish.

riH tUS An resumed T after Ar Pdals with the swivel seat
duction had. been resumed mw Mlitioil BwillM ,t

t.h tin received only 'flrst-Mcf

treatment and will have to be

vacated to allow luii-scaie re
construction.
Air Conditioner
Rental Service
To Boom In U.S.

CHICAGO, July 11 (UP) Air
conditijners will soon be available

for hire by offices and business
firms ail over the nation, the

Leasing Corporation of America

says.

Herbert B. won, LCA president.

said his firm has designed a rent

ing pun whereby customers sign
t lease for two. three or five

Tears and pay at a fixed month

ly -rate 1

Wolf said the rates are based
on the size and wirinc reanired to1

install the air conditioner and the!

cost to maintain it, I

He said uua expected more than
100 cities to have its leasing serv

ice by Uie end of 1857.

in normal position, swings the seat
around and uses the other set for

backward operation. He guides

the front wheels with the single
steering wheel and the rear wheels
with a control lever in the steering
column.

.

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Yankees

. Musial To Play No More
Doubleheaders; Bob Grim
Again Suffering Sore Arm
By TIM MORIARTY
NEW YORK, July 11 (UP) The St. Louis
Cardinals and the New York Yankees received some
distressing news today as they prepared to open the
second half of their pennant drives.

Stan Musial. with the full ap

nraval t,i manager Fred Hutchin

son, announceo he has participat-

i ed in his last doubleheader for the
Cardinals this season, while the
Yankees learned that their ace
. Reliever, Bob Grim, is suffering
- Again v.ith a sore arm.
, "i MusiaPs decision to play only
the first game of twin bills for
g; tiie remainder of the season means
, National League record for
nsecuiive games played proba probata
ta probata will be snapped Sunday when
the Cardinals meet the Phillies
in a do"ble header at Philadelphia.
The 36-year-old firs baseman

hasn't missed a game since the i

opening day of the mz season,
appearing in 861 consecutive con contests,
tests, contests, but admits those long,
drawn out doubleheaders are
. starting to catch up with him.
"It's been kind of a struggle
playing two games in one day,"
Musial explained as the Cardinals
jffTived in New York for the open opening
ing opening of 13-game Eastern trip a-

-gamst the U;ants. l ieu line i
"ws getting a little tired, so I
-talked it over with Hutch and we
both fe't I'd probably be more
valuable to the club just playing
i n, firc Romn nf Hmihlphparlers."

" Now in his 16th season with the
Cardinals. Stan The Man intended
. to retire when he passed the 3,-000-hit
mark, probably next sea season.
son. season. He needs only 115 to reach

that goal However, by limiting
himself to one game a day, he
)iow hopes to play 'at least through
1959.
The Yankees, meanwhile, learn

ed of Grim s recurrent arm iruu iruu-as
as iruu-as Ihey prepared to launch
i 12-gainc "rod trip tonight at

Kansas City. The soreness is lo located
cated located in the right forearm, near
the elbow, as in the past. Grim
twice had to be placed on the dis disabled
abled disabled list, in 1955 and last year,
because of this chronic condition.
The big right-hander, who won
eight games and lost three in
helping the Yankees gain a 2V4
game lead over the first half of
ihe campaign, is hopeful that the
arm "will come around" with
proper rest As a result, manag manager
er manager Casey Stengel plans to keep

Grim uiit of the three-game Kan

sas City series with the hope he 11

be ready for Sunday's crucial

twinbiii against the White Sox at

Chicago.

The White Sox, also hit by a
recent wave of injuries, swing
back into action tonight by en entertaining
tertaining entertaining the Washington Sen Senators.
ators. Senators. Boston- is at Detroit for
an afternoon game, while Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore is at Cleveland for a twilight-night
doubleheader.
Anot'ier twilight-night twinbiii
in the Nationals League pits the

Chicago Cubs against the Phillies

at Philadelphia. Cincinnati vis visits
its visits Br-joklyn and Milwaukee is at
Pittsburgh in other arclightes.
The second-place Braves drop drop-red
red drop-red three games back of pace-setting
St. Louis last night by suffer suffering
ing suffering a 5 2 setback at the hands of
the Puates in the only major
league action. A two-run, inside-the-park
homer by Bob Skinner

and a three-run single by Gene
Baker carried the Pirates to their
fourth straight victorv. Bob Pur-

key allowed only six hits, includ-!"en2on

hp a two-run homer by b,ddie

Mathews, in posting his ninth vie
lory. Bob Buhl was the loser.

Dodgers to Have
Bench Strength
Aplenty Tonight.

BROOKLYN, July 11 (UP)
The Dodgers will have plen plenty
ty plenty of "bench strength" tonight.
More than 100 judges from
every state In the country as
well as Hawaii and Puerto Ri Rico
co Rico will be on hand at Ebbets
Field tonight to watch the
Dodgers play the Redlegs.
The judges are in New York
for the annual conference' of
chief justices this -week. They
will be the guests of Dodger
President Walter O'Malley at
tonight's game.

Major League
Leaders

LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 20C official at bats).
National League
Players and C. GABRH Pet.

Aaron, Mil. 80 341 64 118 .346 1

Fondy, Pitts 68 277 32 95 .343

Musial. St. Louis 77 305- 51 104 .341.

Robins.in. Cine; 78 317 58 99 .312

52 212 24 66 .311
68 268 46 83 .310

73 282 38
78 292 56
78 314 38
70 266 42

Minors Start Mapping Plans
For Survival Of Invasion

Groat, Pitts.
Cimoli, Bk'n

Hodges, Bk n

Mays, JN. Y

Thomas, Pitts.

Crowe, Cinci.

I sr. M:(iJ
i ?'
w

87 .309
90 .308
96 .306
81 .305

American Luague

SCffRES

uno AMADOR BOWL E RAMA ent series. Bee Dubrtvsky tallied
lJ I- AT i T CL I tnm T

BOWLERETTE LEAGUE

G
18
17
12
12
11
2

Teams
Beauties
Birds
Eees
Breakers
Bustles
'Blossoms

: The busy booming Beauties
bowlerettes clipped the wings of
the Biids and toppled them from

the top perch Tuesaay mgm ai mc
15 Naval District lanes when they
took three points. The Birds sal salvaged
vaged salvaged one point by winning the
last game by 13 pins.
-: Led by Ruby Lehman with a
resounding net series of 529, the
rest of the Beauties rolled consist-

fir

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LOS TRES MOSVli;i!.ri.nua l

a 474 set. Bess Sheooard 467. Lena

Burchette 461 and Dottie Drew a
457. For the beaten Birds Pat Hill
registered a cute 514 series and
Evelyn Sardina was close by with
513. This dual display of might

was not enough to overcome the
Beauties winning form.
This match featured the conver conversion
sion conversion of two Difficult splits for
spares, namely the 7, 8, 10 setup.
Mimi Metzger and Bess Sheppard
did the trick.

Mantle N. Y

Williams, Bos.

Boyd. Bait.
Skowroii, N. Y.
Malzon", Bos.
Fox, Chi.
Minoso, Chi.

Wash.

McDou?3ld,N'.Y.

Jensen Bos.

77 252 72 93 .369

72 248 55 85 .343
74 243 44 82 .337
72 280 43 93 .332
78 318 36 104 .327
79 309 50 100 .324
79 306 46 97, .317
79 307 36 96 .313
72 276 51 86 .312
70 260 51 78 .300

(NEa Telephoto)
HARD-DRIVING HOAD Shown inaction in London July 3 Is
Australian tennis ace. Lew Hoad, who July 5, In 7 ruthless
minutes, became the first man in 19 years to win two Wimble Wimbledon
don Wimbledon singles championships In succession. He gave countryman
Ashley Cooper one of the worst finals beatings in Wimbledon
history, 6-2, 6-1, 6-2.

HOME RUNS

National League

Aaron, Braves

Musial, Cards
Crowe. Redlegs
Mathews, Braves
Snider, Dodgers

American League
Mantle, Yanks
Sievers, Senators
Williams, Red Sox
Maxwell, Tigers
Zernia!, Athletics
RUNS BATTED IN

National League

27
20
18
17
16

22
20
20
18
16

1

by

Aaron, Braves 73
Musial, Cards 66
Crowe, Redlegs 55
Hoak, Rfdlegs 55
Ennis, Cards 53

The Breakers broke the backs
of the Bustles who were way off,
with a clean sweep of 4 to 0. The
Breakers picked up the winning
tab in the first game by two pins
and in the other two games thev

outclassed the Bustles with over

whelming margins.
Kay Rimmer and Norma Rass Rass-musson
musson Rass-musson provided the power to
break down the Bustles with net

series of 472 and 473. The best of
the Bustles was Elaine Bliss with

a 452 siries. The 4 to 0 shutout

victory put the Breakers in a tie

lor third place while the Bustles
are now next to last.

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

60
59
57
56
55

PITCHING W L Pet.

(Based on 7 decisions)

Shantz Yanks

Schmidt, Cards
Running, Tigers
Sanford, Phils
Trucks, Athletics

9

7
10
10
7

.900
.875
.833
.833
.778

There were no drones in the
Bee hive Tuesday night when the
Bees buzzed their way among the
Blossoms and stored away four
sweet points. Two Queen Bees, Ri Rita
ta Rita Estabrook and Claire Douglas,
gathered stU of 526 and 502.

Only the mid game of the trio
was cose and the Bees took that
by 14 pins. For the luckless Blos

soms, the string of defeats buried KB
them rippiwr intn the r11r iwi.o

tion in the league.

Tods'" Encanto .25 .75
WAHOO! $115.00
Elvis Presley in
"LOVE ME TENDER"
Forrest Tucker In
"STAGECOACH TO FURY"
Torfoy IDEAL .20 .70
Dennis Morgan In
"URANIUM BOOM"
Edmond O'Brien In
,1984"

THERE'S nothing chicken about
Yogi Berra. .the two-bar mask
bashed in by the foul ball which
broke his nose has given way to
a single bar, instead of the ex

pected multi-wired job. . ."The

bird case is too heavy," Yogi ex explains.
plains. explains. 4 ."Besides, the doc didn't
even have to reset the schnozz.".
The knuckler Mickey Mantle
fools around with in sideline
warm-ups is getting a reputation
. .riva catchers ask him to try
it out on them. .

Bill Rigney and Jerry Coleman
come from the San Francisco Bay
area. . both came up to the
major leagues to New York clubs
. had whirls as second base
regular before settling into a uti utility
lity utility infielder routine. .andsyears
ago in Golden Gate Park, Bill's
dad had a catching battery-mate
named Jerry Coleman, Sr. .and
it could be Rigney's managing ex example
ample example will be followed by Jerry.
Jacki Pung's got good com company.
pany. company. .The late Babe Didrikson

Zaharias turned in a wrong score

card. too. .in the 1952 Weather

vane Open in Seattle. but was

merely penalized two strokes. '.

DRIVE-IN

a
i

ine riossoms have won only two etc Tflfi V 7:00 m
points, losing 2? and in last place 8l se. I.UUnT 8:00 II

oy nin- games, uroiine jacicson
with a 475 and Mike Harrison with TWO GREAT PICTURES! I
431 were the only Blossoms L Lugoal In
that went over the 400 mark. I "BROOKLYN MONKEY"!

However, if the Blossoms are
downhearted and dejected about
their string of losses, they should
remember this: In 1948 the Bel-

ron Ohio the U.S. Navy Supply J

snip in rvcw t orK city in iDi ana

Also:

Gale Storm in
'TWO GUN LADY'

Bill Skowron's mulling whether

to make a full-time move to New
York, (and build himself a winter
home in New Jersey) '. .or keep

his between-seasons meat-packing

job in Austin, Minn. . "People

always got to eat meat." he mus

es. "Even after I stop playing."..

Now Mickey McDermott s fool

ing around with the no-windup de delivery.
livery. delivery. ."I got to try something,"
he shrugged when Berra asked

him why. .

From Sweden comes a note
from Vera Mikkelsen, the Laker
captain, who's coaching the na national
tional national team. .on lend-leasefrom
the State Department, . and
spreading the basketball gospel
to a nation that's only known the

sports tinea 1952. .In one eight-

hour session he gave clinics to
2,200 high school kids. ...
That was no lark which took
the leading American automobile
racers to the Monza, Italy, "500"

.before hopping a plane they

insisted a 875.000 guarantee a-

gainst prize money be deposited

in an American bank. .

I

T

omorrowl

the Uuicn Design out of Union N.

J., also in 1952. finished up the
league records with 9 losses and
no win

POPULAB NIGHT!
81J8 per CARS

I Errol Flynn In
"rune crft cvioorvc"

After spending most of his life

as an amateur, Ted Schroeder's
I a, : AI..nJ V iL.

i in my geiuug launera uy uic pro professionals.
fessionals. professionals. .he's in New York to
stir up interest in Jack Kramer's

temus extravaganza at f orest

Hills. .but won't compete: "My

heart's still pare.". .He recent

ly emit the west coast freezer busi business
ness business which has occupied bis time
the past 21 -years.-. .Why didn't
he ever turn pro?"I guest I didn't
want the money bad enough.". .

1

I

I
I

Bin Rtgney
Line Coach Dick Voris. who'll

be the next of Red Blaik's Army

assistants to go big time as a
head football coach, turned down
the San Jose State and Arizona
jobs this year. .was urged to
wait for the right spot by the Col Colonel.
onel. Colonel. ...
The pop of Cub infielder Casey
Wise is a scout for Milwaukee. .
prompting a Giant official to
crack, "He couldn't even recog recognize
nize recognize a ballplayer in his own liv living
ing living room.". . Pop also was the
only catcher to muff his big
league chance by cracking two

lingers in a pre-game warm-up.
. .happened, of course, in. Brook

lyn, when he groped for Dazzy
Vance's blazer. ... -Between
you'n'me, not all ball

players were happy about Ford
Frick's edict displacing .Redlegs
Gus Bell and Wally Post on the

National League All-Star Team

"What right's he got?" asked Gil

Mcixougald. "They were elected,

weren t tney?". .

ST. LOUIS, July 11 (UP) Fac
ed with a drastic re-alignment be

cause of the possible westward

movement of the Brooklyn JJodg

ers and New York Giants, the mi
nor leagues started mapping plans

today tor survival.
At three-and-a-half house ses ses-sion
sion ses-sion with Baseball Commission
er Ford Frick, the heads of the
nation's top minir leagues start started
ed started -setting up the machinery to
change the minor league map
as the major leagues expand.

wnue no concrete action was

taken at the special session yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, Frick-said that "now at

least we know each other's, prob

lems. Bu' he added he didn't

have ?ny information on whether

the Dodgers will move to Los An

geles and the Giants to San Fran

cisco.

"Actually, we found we don't

know where wc are going," Frick
declared. "Baseball over the next

few years faces the problem of

growing up with the country and

putting its leagues on a modern
basis.''

The Pacific Coast League, the

top miribr circuit in the country,
would be the most affected if the

Dodgers and Giants and they
have until Oct. 1 to decide should

go to the West Coast.

But Frick said there was no
mention of specific cities as pos possible
sible possible new sites in the league
fhould it lose Los Angeles and
San Francisco.
"We discussed about every ci city
ty city in the country during the
meetings," he added.
George Trautman, president of

the minor leagues, presented a

survey showing that there are 40

cities in the country with more
than 100,000 population which do
not have organized baseball. Ten
of them have populations of 250,-

000 or more.

1

7

4

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EerlinftefiTK George .Tanlguchl r
Tif'n- o u1, wJiy-Jnar-matz.-in the irons; and Challenger Tom
WUIm Shoemaker aboard, Wt the wire at the same instant ta i
six-furlong dash at Hollywood Park, InglewTcalS n is the
third triple dead heat in American racing history

'Every one of these cities is a Milwaukee

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Teams W L Pet. GB

St. Louis 46 31 .507
.Milwaukee 44 35 .557 3

Philadelphia 42 34 .553 3V4
Cincinnati 44 36 .550 3V4

Brooklyn 41 36 .532 5
New York V, 36 43 .456 11
Pittsburgh ;, 30 49 .-380 17

Chicago '. 26 45 .366 17
Today's Games
St. Louis at New York
Cincinnati at Brooklyn (N)
Chicago at Philadelphia (Twi-N)
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (N)
Yesterdy's Results

(Night Game)

AMERICAN LEAGUE

CAP I 7 OLIO

115c lie

THE GREAT
- HOUDLVI
'. Also: -LUCY
GALLANT

T IV OL I
tie. 15e.
SINCERELY
: ,r odri
Also:
THE MeCONXELL
. STORY

CECILIA
HarrelouT Doulbe reatures!
Henry Fonda In -THE
WRONG MAN
- Also: -Kirk
Douglas tn
LOVE AFFAIR
with Susan Hayward

RIO

ISC

SHOW! 1:30 pjn.
TOODOO TIGER
- Also:
MISSION OVER
KOREA

VICTORIA
Lie. '.

RIDING' SHOTGUN
- Also:
DAY AND
NIGHT

$ir &

(Nea Telephoto)
WENS OPEN Bobby Locke.
39-year-old South African pro
golfer, von the British open
Go IX Championship at St. An Andrews,
drews, Andrews, Scotland, for the fourth
time. Locke shot last rounds
cf 68 and 70 to give him a 72 72-hole
hole 72-hole total' of 278 stroke.

possible site for a team," Frick

pointed, Although we didn't discuss
them as such in any definite rea realignment
lignment realignment plan."
Fries described the special meet meeting
ing meeting as an "exploratory one."
"Now at least we know eacb
other's problems and we can start
laying the groundwork for what
changes may have to be made in
the futuie."
He said he did not bring up the
subject of a third major league

which lie feels sure will be es

tablished in the near future or

his proposed change in the base-

Da u draft, wnicn ne tninKs win

have to be adopted if the sport is

to stay outside anti-trust legisla

tion.
"We just haven't hit any for formula
mula formula on how we are going to
realign or expand," Frick said.
"We'll have to have other meet meetings,
ings, meetings, but right now no time for
another meeting has been set
because there are too many'
things Bp in tho air. And wo
cant make any. moves until we
know exactly what' in the
books."

About the only hopeful note, so

far as the minor leagues are con

cerned, came from Tommy Rich

ardson, president ot tne eastern

League. He disclosed that eight
cities are bidding for franchises
In the Class A loop, now compris

ed of six cities.

"I'm sure we will be back on

an eight club basis next season,"

he said.

He named Allentown, Johnstown,

Wilbamsport, York, Lancaster,
fecranton and Wilkes-Barre, all in

Pennsylvania, and Hagerstown,
Md., as bidders for Eastern
League franchises.
Minor Leagues

Pittsburgh

200 000 0002

000 203 OOx 5

Buhl (9-5), Johnson and
Sawatski.
Purkey (9-7) and Foiles.
Only game scheduled.

Rice,

Teams

New York

Chicago
Boston -Cleveland

Detroit

Baltimore

Kansas City
Washington

W

51
49
42
39
39
37
'29
25

L Per.
26 ,662
29 .628

GB

,37
38
39
39'
47
56

2V4

.532 10 I
.506 12
.500 12
.487 13V4
.382 21 H
.309 28

today's Game
.(Boston at Detroit ;
Washington at Chicago (N)
Baltimore at Cleveland (Twi-N)
New York at Kansas City (If)
. ... .....
Yesterday's Results
Open date,
BUILD-UP PROGRAM
PORTLAND. Ore. WEARMw

S'lson's comeback victory over
oey Maxim sends the former

middleweight champion into

match with Pat MeMiirtrw ft.

will draw $75,000 in Portland.

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE

Teams
Buffalo
Toronto
Richmond
Rochester
Miami
Columbus
Havana
Montreal

W L
50 34
47 38
48 39
46 42
39 45
39 47
39 47
33 49

Pet.
.595
.553
.552
.523
.464
.453
.453
.402

GB
3V4
3Vt
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11
12

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STUDIOUS SLINGERS Johnny Kucks frames' Bobby
Shantz with a bat as the New York Yankee pitchers keep
sharp eye on enemy batters from the safety of the dugout.
Superior hurlers are alert while not in the box. '

Editor: CONRADO 8ARCEANT

Yesterday' Results

Rochester

Montreal

. 300-010-110
100-400-000

8 140
S 104

G. Blaylock, R. Blaylock (4)
and Shantz; Collum, McMinn (1
Vargas (8) and Pignatano. WP

R. Blaylock. LP Vargas. HR
Schwegmaa. I

Toronto 000-000-001 141
Buffalo 002-200-OOx 4 8 -1

Pearce. Grimsley (5). Tiefe-i

nauer (7 amt- RoseDi; Coleman

and Astroth-XP Pearce. URs

Ortiz, Serena, kelson.

Columbus

Richmond

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100-200-02X

070

Douelss. "lildoo (8V. sn Kra

vita; Coitei and Chiti, LP Doug

las. ry. -'

Miami
Havana

000-300-200
000-100-000

551
1-4W-1

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Pena (7) and Izquierdo. LP A A-nor.
nor. A-nor. LL& Landrun.

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This waa to be Johnny Nerud'a first Derby. He'd neyer een

the bif race before much less saddled a ttarter 1n One. Ai a
-matter rt fact, this warthe first time he's ever been In Kentucky.
x t--Aod fiow.Jiere hews flu.May 4HiM7tttog iaA.l)ix,iat tne
old Louisville track and tne perby field was coming -out of the
last bend rid' turning 'irisa the streteh,. and the WUe; toay colt
he 'hadn't taken his eyes off from the moment the starting gates
Xlew open was beginning to roll' The little colt had come from
seventh to be, fifth at the mile. Now he was third, now he was
second, now he was lapped on the leader, now.
."What djd vqu ,do when It happened?", we asked Johnny
Nerud over a vat of minestrone In Leone' the other night,
"I wish I could tell you I took It like a trouper," he said. "I
didn't. I remember screaming, 'Oh, my God!' and grabbing Mr.
Lowe by the arm, and the way he looked at me, ,I'm sure he
thought I had gone craty." '" r

m
That -would be Ralph Lowe,

many others in the packed stands that afternoon Lowe 'didn't
immediately realize that Willie Shoemalter misjadged the fln fln-tlshJine,
tlshJine, fln-tlshJine, the jockey had stood up, sat down and renewed pump,
tog lilmost 4n the same motion. Only the most practiced ob observers
servers observers spotted the jockey's fatal mistake. No one spotted it
nulclter than Jobnny Nerud, the little coifs trainer. Nor felt it
deeper. In one swift stroke a mocking fate demolished a dream
the-jSllm Nevada rancher had been secretly nursing since mid midwinter,
winter, midwinter, for in his book Gallant Man had developed Into the
best 3-year-old in the country Bold Ruler, Gen. Duke and Iron
Liege were getting the headlines. Only Nerud knew how good his
coiiwas. ; :
.IV'jiV-'f'f About Thatr Dream : .'

' Speaking of dreams, what wag the lowdown' oh the one
' owrier Lowe had which supposedly foretold with eerie fidelity
the 'grotesque manner In which Gallant Man was to lose the
Derby? '
. ; :"Oh, he had the dream all right," nodded Nerud. "He told
me tebout it a few days after the Wood. We had run Bold Ruler
to si nose in that one and now the boss was convinced we had
big chance. From then on I guess the Derby occupied his mind
a much he started to dream about It I hear that's the way
dreams happen." N
' Lowe met with Nerud and Shoemaker In his hotel room In
Louisville the night before the Derby and in the course of a
general discussion, replayed the dream record. Shoemaker had
' not heard it- It may be assumed the star jockey, somewhat sub subtly,
tly, subtly, said that there are any number of ways a race can be lost.
. v -"What was Shoemaker' reaction? we asked. ;;.
'" He just laughed." -. ;
-. V V-Ha he made any mention of It alnceT'
" "Not te me, he hasn't." 1
What was yens reaction?"
"We have a word for things like that around the track.
Stall walking. The closer get to a big race the more you
. feel the pressure. Ton co't sleep. Xoa lose your appetHe. Ev Every
ery Every hour seems Ilk a week. In the boss' case, he had bad
"reams." ; '
Lowe's dream preview had been so uncannily accurate as
- to suggest he might have a working arrangement with the spir spir-'
' spir-' Itual world. Wouldn't such a spooky possibility hav a dlsturb dlsturb-;irg
;irg dlsturb-;irg effect on a trainer?
' ?ohnny Nerud shookT his head .... "In this business you
play the law of averages. Next year we get good dreams." :

Boner Hart

- Shoemaker was tenderly cuddled In the tear-drenched arms
of sports-page sentiment following his colossal sad costly boner,
and fears were mistly expressed that the young saddle tycoon
! might be driven mad, mad, mad by a marble-hearted, taunting
, public we must never forget what happened to Fred Merkie.
MerkleN was the fellow who failed to touch second and cost
the Giants a pennant a couple of centuries ago. But from all
we car learn, about all that happened to him wa that he re re-!
! re-! tired to Florida where presumably he led a comfortably cot.
tented lie. . ..
- i ...-..-
. Shoemaker was winainr tlOO.eoe and i5l,tf races as son ae
hi trief suspension wti lifted, and specialist la the field de detected
tected detected no sign of atil erosion r mental Unoent. If all geea well,
beT. be hark la Levisville next spring and many ether springs
... lu-ninj for the Derby. s
' W.'h trainers it's deferent. Sorr, "never get shot at It.
J.:.i,r j;?ruda first couid a 'so be his last. But to have a Gal Gal-lart
lart Gal-lart I'.? '. tj then see a jockey get fc'.m beat ... well, an expe expe-r:f
r:f expe-r:f r- l.ke tat can bru!.e a rr.ar.'j pj-che scrr.ft.'r.g awful, too. 1

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M.FT I II H ( I '

owner of Gallant Man. Like so
Others

By, HARRY CRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) The
standaidbred Owners Association's
walkout on V'onkers Raceway is
ierhap'the most serious break
'jetweer. horsemen and track man man-tgemeut
tgemeut man-tgemeut in history. ; '
It could have nation-wide reper-
Hussions. ; ' 4
.TrniinK ,'nmA nff nustv after

'AV..0
noon fair grounds and Goshen Goshen-type
type Goshen-type tracks to become big busi business
ness business because of night gambling.
There are tracks such as Yohkers
throughout the country.,The pre
sent p.'ODiem couia spreaa quick quickly
ly quickly and easily.
Tracks wer cut to a half mile
instead' of a mile and heats were
iinn iwiv with tn sive the olav-
ers more, action. Tracks with ex extended
tended extended meeting ; mushroomed
throughout the country.
Spurred by unprecedented mut mut-uel
uel mut-uel handle and lush dividends,
men who didn't know a pacer from
pinto bought stock in new plants
and commenced to run them. 1
This worked tine in several
kii uiitk nnmnstttinn in more
recent years some questionable
things DODDea up. xiau. v,obmiuu
was tied up in a track. There was
a stock scandal and a labor rackets
..rrinr Then wax an investiea-
JIIU1U1-. V. -j
tion in New York, where the gov gov-rnor
rnor gov-rnor deemed it necessary to ap appoint
point appoint m former police commission
er as a czar.
unui cav AVEBILL HARRI-
uin hac .lamu M. Lsndis. form
erly tie fiean oi narvaru mw
School proo'ng cnarges anu coun coun-fliino
fliino coun-fliino hptwppn the Unit-
iriVUMK-B -
-rf Ktntps Tnutin? Association and
the State Harness Racing Com Commission.
mission. Commission. President L. B. Shep'pard
of the USTA repeats that recom recommendations
mendations recommendations of the Moreland Com Commission,
mission, Commission, which made the original
investigation, have not been car carried
ried carried oul to the extent of remov removing
ing removing undesirables from the manage
ment and urge ownersnip oi loo lookers
kers lookers and Rootevelt Raceways and
Batavia Downs, all in New York.
All this revolves around what
0....1H ht, :ntornrpfpH as B strictly
local srwbble between horsemen
and Ynnkers Raceway, which last
year was reported to have shown
a bigger proiit than any othe
track In the United States, running
horse or gaited.
THE STANDARBRED OWN OWNERS
ERS OWNERS Association's split with Yonk Yonk-ers
ers Yonk-ers started when the men who
rnaka. the trotters trot asked that
their t:ara of the track's from 4
to 10 ppr cent of the betting be
raised from 35 to 45 per cent.
There was a lone list of cirevances
running from unsatisfactory living
conditions for grooms to no two
year-oM racing.
But tho Tananbaum brothers
Martin and Al who came out of
the garment industry to take ov over
er over Yonkers Raceway, wouldn't lis listen
ten listen to ary proposition that called
for more than 35 per cent of th
handle. They took famous owners
and trainers to court as the sup
erior horses were shipped tlse tlse-where.
where. tlse-where.
A REMARK BY PRESIDENT
Marty Tananbaum didn't help the
situation any.
"I djn't think horsemen ever
contributed anything to harness
racing," he said.
Tananbaum seemed to figure
that all his open air gambling ca-
inn Ait tha Vnnbera hillton need
ed was the lights and the ma
chines.
When those record 30,000 crowds
and $2 million nights started to
Msrfv TumnViinm for
the first time, wss wondering what
to use lor iinrses.
By JIMMY DEMARET
Written for NEA Service
YOU cover the final 125 yards
with the full eight iron.
Play it with an upright, com compact
pact compact swing with much less body
movement than in hitting longer
irons. The feet. are closer togeth together.
er. together. Play the ball Just bsck of the
middle line from an almost squsre
stance. For a hook, use a slightly
closed stance, the club slightly
closed ss well. Open the club end
stance for, the fade.
The grip Is firm, but the body
bends farther over to the balL
This is due to the shorter lenghth
of the shaft and a shorter grip
taken for better hanl control. The
weieht is distributed evenly on
the feet, which are firmly on the
ground at least until the club has
left the hitting zone.
The right elbow and the bands
are well into the body. Starting
the downswing, the straight left
arm assure full control. The left
side moves smoothly out of the
wsy. That Is one of the biggest
hitting irons, particularly the
short ones. He does not follow
through, quits with the shock of
impact.

i irv t v mi r

Playing Willie Mays By Ear
, By HARRY GRAYSON ,r ,. yhhp '1 .i

NEW YORK (NEA) -"Uh huh
I am living nice, but that has no nothing
thing nothing to do with being a hungry
ballplayer.." Quite naturally, you
gonna be paid if you play It well,
but I don't think about money
when I play.The way I see a
hungry ballplayer that's the one
who iocs out .there "and, gives ev
erything ne-s got. ue couia oe
losine by seven runs in the ninth
inning, but he's still out there giv giving
ing giving everything because he loves
baseball. Money has nothing to do
with it." .
Barclay's game against the
Cards." Mahaser Bill Rigney. chat
tered, V'they got a 'couple of hits
and they put m scnoiieia: as a
pinch-runner and Blasingame is
up. Now both these fellows can
run. Blasingame rips one. He hits
the right center screen and every
body? starts running. But Willie
is on that, ball. He gets tar it so
fast you don't believe it. And as
soon as he picks it up it looked
like one of those games kids play.
.what's that thing where every
body grabs i a seat -when the mu
sic, stops? lieu,, n was jusi nice
that. Everybody t started to run
back to a base. Nobody tried to
go ahead. They just run back to
a base and hold it.
You've never Seen anything
like it. Tney're all afraid he'll
throw them out if they even take
a foot off the bag. We're on the
roah and oall are going to the
outfield good for doubles and tri
ples. Willie cuts; em to a single
so fast nobody knows what hap happened."
pened." happened." "Sure I think when I'm going
for a fly. I think about how hard
it's hit how many runners, are
on base, how close the wall is to
me or something but I think.
"How do I get a good break on
a flv? I don't know how. It's some
thing vou just do. You got to have
instinct. You're born with it."
"Ha is a one man same." Bir
die Tebbetss of Cincinnati tells ev
erybody. "I can't think of one par-
tichlar thing he's done to beat, us.
. .because he'd done so many
things that you forget everything
ithj
i
imported

r
Willie Mays'
and wind up just thinking about
how good he is. He makes too
many to remember.
VIII -tell, you this. .get the ball
near h:m. Hit it near him o. o.-throw
throw o.-throw it near him. He beats youj
then, He beats you any way it
can be done."
"It may sljem easy. You read
every day in the papers that you
are doin' good. .maybe I am,
but I don't feel it. Sometimes
things come easy. Then other
times you find you're struggling
and that's the way I look at it,
but the paper 'keeps, saying you're
doin' good." :
"Mays.' Walter Alston of the
Dodgets muses, "has beaten usso
much, he's the kuid of player you
talk about. What, does he do to
bother us the most? I'd have tOj
say hittin' the ball out oi the park
reasons
nou will prefer

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10 nur you, i
guess.
"Sure it's different now. Its all
lilfercnt when you're winning. It's
that way ir; every sport. I don't
think I play any different whether
were winning or losing, but like
I say, winning makes you feel
good. 1 throw the ball, I catch
the ball, I try to hit the ball.
Same every day. But it just feels
good to win."
"Musial really hit one," Fred
Hutchinson of the Cardinals testi testifies.
fies. testifies. "It was In the first inninv
'and he hits to left center. Right
againsi tne fence. Mays went and
got it. Took the heart right out
of you because people don't get
that kind of a hit. Our next bat batter
ter batter doubled, but what good was
it? There were two out and the
Giants got out of the inning.' We
snoum nave had a lot of runs.
Mays made sure we got nothing."
"Wher. I go into slump, I like
to lay off first pitches. But those
pitchers are wise to me. When
I'm not hittin' they throw "that
first one right down the pipe.
When I'm not liittin, I don't think
I even scare them."
GUN CLUB
NOTES
GAM BOA
The Gamboa Golf and Country
Club is sponsoring a trap shoot for
i ne of its old champion shooters
Charley Disharoon, on Sunday,
July 14, at 10:0(i a.m. at the Gam-
boa Trap and Skeet Range.
"Charley" a? he is popularly
known will be finishing out a life lifetime
time lifetime working lyr the Dredging Div
ision, Panama Canal at the end
of July and will be leaving the
Isrhmus. ;
All shooters are invited to be on
hand and bring their friends.
IN THE SPIRIT
NEW YORK (NEA) War Spir Spir-it,
it, Spir-it, threr -year-old gelded thorough thoroughbred
bred thoroughbred son of War Admiral Wood
Spirit, belonging to R. V. Sock Sock-ion,
ion, Sock-ion, bears the lip tatto number
1-776.

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By LESLIE
,A number ol boats went down
tc Piniifc Hay 2st week-enu inciuu inciuu-,.g
,.g inciuu-,.g me Viking, the Nautilus, the
bea Witch, and the Seri.
milt Wright was the only one
who was lucky enougn to catch a
silver marlin. It weighed approx approximately
imately approximately 225 Ids. and was caught
oil Caracoles. The iNauulus raised
luur j her mariln and had two
smites. Cnubby caugnt three sail sail-fish,
fish, sail-fish, all oi medium size, they al also
so also caught a wahoo and a large
amber jack unfortunately they
were only able to- land the head
ci tne amberjack as the sharks
got tha rest ot it. The bead alone
eigne1 oj tab., so it must have
t,eeu quite a nsh.
the Viking and the Seri came
in with a Siuiiisii apiece, ana me
be Witch caugnt one sail and
puicarl turn iviritMiri rl"tA hltincf
Scot veut as iar as Cocas ana
I raised turee saiifisn anu Doated
tne.
achaiiir vent out on July 4 and
came ir with tour sailiish caught
oil Bona island. Freu uampouii,
James Eiaer and Harold Terry,
ill aimiri che Chum witn bcnai bcnai-ltr,
ltr, bcnai-ltr, caught their first sailfish.
tiiey tei t of medium size. Fred's
.vas 98 lbs., James got a 68 pound pounder
er pounder and Harolo s weigned 72 lbs. j
Nearly evet boat that went out
over tite weekend came in loaded,
. . . .i l:. 1 u,.l
Willi uu.jmiu anu auinc nii;jkcici.
Broom ot the Aida sale that
there were tome extra large dol-

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nhin nf Tulinpnilla H oausht 19
which weigheo between 20 and 30
os. apiece.
The next tegular meeting will
be heW Thursday, July 18, at the
Pedro Miguel boat club.'
By BEANS REARDON
Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: Vic Power hit a
ball into the left field seat at Yan Yankee
kee Yankee Stadium. Elston Howard leap leaped
ed leaped for the ball and fell over the
railing and into the stands. How Howard
ard Howard did not get. his hands on the
ball, but suppose he had and held
it? Suppose got his hands on the
ball and ( Was unable to hand on-
iq Hf- neison roller.
Answers Had Howard held the
ball, It would have been a catch
because he was in the playing
field when he lumped. Had he
dropped the ball, it would have
been a home rut. for the very"
good 'reason that he couldn't
make the catch.
Q. You bear of Nellie Fox and
Minnie Minoso. They sound like
girls' names. What are their real
A. Jacob Nolsoi Fox and Sa Saturnine
turnine Saturnine Orestes Minoso.

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IfC'L A S S I F I E D S I

'.THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
, 'FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
M

Houses Apartments

FOR RENT: New chalet, 3 bed
rooms, Hvina-dining room, maid's
room, poreh and forage. Furnish Furnished
ed Furnished or unfurnished. Corner Paseo
Cincuentenario end 7th Avenue,
Coco del Mir (Sen Francisco),,
PJhahe 3-3005.
FOR RENT: l new chalet,
living-dinina room, bedroom
bathroom, kitchen, garage. Ur Ur-baniiacion
baniiacion Ur-baniiacion "Lei Angeles," Tele Tele-pHone
pHone Tele-pHone 2-3199.
FOR RENT: 3-bedroom mod-'
era house in coolest section at
Las Cumbras. Spacious and with
all conveniences. Call 3-1133.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom chalet,
living-dining room, porch, ga garage,
rage, garage, garden, screened. East 84th
St. No. 1 0, San Francisco.
Resorts
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. de P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 368 1
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
WANTED
HOUSE WANTED by Embassy
couple by August 1. Suitable for
entertaining. Living room, dining
room, good kitchen, garden,
three bedrooms, two baths,
maid's quartan. Phone Panama
3-0346.
Cocoli Baptists
To Hold Revival
Starting July 21
REV. DAVID THOMPSON
The Cocoli Baptist Church will
hold a revival from July 21 through
July 28, it was announced today.
Evangelist will be Rev. David
Thompson from Town Creek, Ala.
He is pastor ol the Baptist Church
there.
He is expected to arrive on the
Isthmus July 16 and will spend the
time between his arrival and the
start of the revival visiting and
working on tne field preparing for
the week -long service.
The community is invited to at attend
tend attend the services which will start
at 7:30 each evening. A nursery
has been set up to take care of
all pre school-age children, allow allowing
ing allowing entile families to attend the
services ol singing and prayer.
The Cocoli Baptist Church is
located on the Canal's west bank,
across from the community of Co Cocoli.
coli. Cocoli. Mistrial Declared
rto Bribery Case
!a ..
ijPkBasss ivniiir-'vii
f i
A WASHINGTON, July 11 (UP)
t Federal Judge Burnita S. Mat-j

: I Ik.

gainst Hvman I Fischbach of Mia-
But she ordered the trial o'
'Teamsters Vice- President Ja -s
t. Hoffa, the o-defendant, to
proceed.
The action 'was fakes, because
Fischbach's attorney Daniel Ma-
Jtier, was hospitalized yesterday by
m heart condition.

!! Judge Matthews' mistrial ruling
lavas made over the objections of
'both Fischbach and Edward Ben Ben-,pett
,pett Ben-,pett Williams, Hoffa 'a attorney.
.'.
'! Williams argued that contimi-
. tknc f Hoffa's trial without Fisch-

bach would 'deprive" Hoffa of a
j food vt of the defense case and
M "horrendously prejudicial."
J! HofTa and Kischbach are aecus aecus-L,
L, aecus-L, jointly f bribing Jojn Cheas-

T7T iew York Uwyer-invesuator,
i to 'ru a job with the Senate
Backets Committee and feed them
intormatioa on Hs inresugatkm of
the Teamsters Union.
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ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.

FOR RENT: Spacious two-bedroom
unfurnished apartment in
fine residential dictrict, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office hours.
FOR RENT: Cool, furnished
apartment on Via Porras No.
, 120, beside Roosevelt Theater,
.overlooking SAS Commissary. For
information phone 3-50Z4.
FOR RENT: Apartment, three
bedrooms, two baths, living-dining
room, large kitchen, laundry,
clothesline and maid's room with
bath at Campo Alegre. Informa Information:
tion: Information: Phone 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
screened. In El Cangrejo. Same,
but 3 bedrooms. Phone office
hours 2-0321, after office hours
2-3525.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom, apart apartment,
ment, apartment, furnished or unfurnished,
"El Sol" Building, 4th of July
Avenue and Juan B. Sosa Street.
Phone 3-7658.
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.
FOR RENTr Small furnished
apartment, military inspected, 55
dollars. Via Porras 99, Phone 3 3-2068.
2068. 3-2068. FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartments
ments apartments of 1 and 2 bedrooms on
the main, corner 11th St., Par Par-cjue
cjue Par-cjue Lefevre. Phone 3-4818.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, independent wash tubs.
Jose de Fabrcga Ave. No. 12,
Pasadena.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, light, gas $70; other un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished $50. Vista Hermosa.
Phone 3-3589.
Atlantic Partners
Winners Of Bridge
Conies! In Paraiso
Fifty-six players competed in
the bridge t.),irnament sponsored
by the Pnriso Bridge Club last
Sundav, unrip the direction of C.
Leo Walker. The event was a mile milestone
stone milestone in Isthmian bridge as it
brought tr r.'S- many of the fin finest
est finest and older players which made
for keen competition.
A United Atlantic partnership,
4usus1us K-ni and Clemente Soun Sounders,
ders, Sounders, won first place honors from
a hiqh ranking Gamboa Gay Aces
Bridge Club pair, Reginald Lau Laurence
rence Laurence and Arnold Jones in a close i
rate rlurine the final progression.
The Russe'.l-Johnson partnership of
the Ft" '"-n lirl"e Club "aiedi
third place after a spectacular
grand slam eave them a tardy
forward start.
i
Rankin- srores were: Kam-Sau"-ders,
8010; Jones-Lawrenre, 7230:
Johnsor R.ipM ixo- ramn'--"-:
Suarez, 4100: Gittens-Jordan, 4090;
Bryan-Williams, 3900. ;
A cocktail party followed the
six-hour contest, after which El Ellis
lis Ellis L. Fawcett, oresident of the l--1-tin
American Civic Councils, pre-
SAntprl 1 -r "''''(.(. to th" vino-q p"'1
nrizes to the partnerships who b'd
the first grand slam (Phi'lips-Au-brrt)
and the first small slam
( Kam-Saunders).
A highlight of the occasion was
the address delivered by Mrs. Jo Josephine
sephine Josephine Andrews of San Diego, Ca California,
lifornia, California, who also narticinated in
the tournament. Mrs. Andrews is
a certified bridge director of the
and an associate of te American i

Bridge League of America. Her. . ..
resitr-r. r,-, th. return.., ,rf,iJ During a ceremony held at the
a splendid opnortimitv for 'v-l .ain'w CUy Lodge Hall last
players to advance in bridse j".8; Mrs. fc,Be"tTe
through duplies- olav .lne' the m,tl became the Daughter Ruler

direction of a fullv cualificd direc-
tor.
Inhn "ms1
Disnlaved At Tufts
MEDFORD, Mass.. July 11
(UP) A poem written by for former
mer former President John Quincy Adams
a r'sy or two befor his death In
ift4 has been exhibited at the
Eaton Ubrary oi Tufts Universi University.
ty. University. Written in a shaky hand it
reads:
"la days of yore the Poet's
pen
From wing of birds was plun plundered
dered plundered Perchance of goose, but now
and then
i
From Eagle's pinion sundered.
But zx? metallic pen disclose
Alone the Poet's numbers
In iron, inspiration flows
Or srith the Poet slumbers.'

LEAVE TOUR AD WITH ONE OP OUB AGENTS OB OUB OFTICES AT 1S-ST "IT ftTREET, PANAMA- I.IBRERIA PKEC1ADO-.J Street .p.EN.ClAS
INTERNAL. DE PUBMCACIONES-No. 3 Loiter? Ple e CASA ZALDO-Central Ave. LOURDES PHARMACX--182 L Carrysqui lie MRMACIA
BARDO-No. 26 "B" Street MORRI80N 4th of July Ave. J St LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tlvott No, 4 FARMACIA ESI ADOS UNUDOS-141 Centoal Ave.
FARMAC1A LUX 164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. do la Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY-Josto Armemena Ave and 33 St ,0 F AKftW-"
VAN-DKRIS-5fl Street No. 63 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parque Letevre I Street FARMACIA SA8"-Vla Porras 111 NOVEDADES ATHIS Beside

the Bella Vtata Theatre.
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1 952 Deluxe Chev Chev-rolet
rolet Chev-rolet 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 Fairlane
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. Call Diablo
2-1441; home 5338-6, Diablo,
C.Z.
FOR SALE: 1952 Buick 4-door
Special, clean. Balboa 1777.
FOR SALE: 1954 Oldsmobile
Convertible, complete p o w r
equipment, excellent condition..
For details call Balboa 2-4135
after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan. Call 83-3106 after
4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevy Station
Wagon, 9-passenger, excellent
condition. Sacrifice. Phone 3 3-2390
2390 3-2390 (Crist.).
FOR SALE: 1954 Windsor De Deluxe
luxe Deluxe Club Coupe, 2 -tone, wsw,
radio, tolex. Phone 2-2394 of office
fice office hours and 2-3493 after.
FOR SALE: 1940 Oldsmobile,
new battery, good shape $65.
Phone 2-4211. House 6402 Los
Rios.
TRANSPORTES IAXTER. S. A.
Packers Shipper Moveri
Phones 2 245 1 J562
Learn Riding at '
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding flr Jumping Classes daily;
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
LIFE INSURANCE
can
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama -055l
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jk, canon
NEW
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
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Panama. N. York Colon
flew Daughter Ruler
Of Eyrie Temple
i:S Beatrice Smilh
lor tyrle.
450 I B P
O. Elks of the World
Distrcl Deputy Monica Downes
presided at the induction and ad administered
ministered administered the oath of office and
installed officers for the July to
December lerm.
Grand District Deputy Michael
N. Lanrus and his staff of offi
cers witnessed the ceremonies and!
gave a talk on education, civil
liberties and their programs and
asked the members to support
Ihem. This was followed by : an
iddress fror Past Special Deputy
Claude-A. Mottley, who struck at
those who wre using every means
to destroy father than to build.
i Other Speakers also spoke, and
then the new Daughter Rukrj
gave an address in which she as assured
sured assured the members of her appre
ciation (or their confidence, and,
promised 'oer best with their sup-,

nort to expand tne Temple numer-,
ictlly, fmanrially and culturaIly.recording ecrrtary: EU Vernon,

Oliir ai s who will serve with
Du?mt Kuler Smith are: Myr Myrtle
tle Myrtle Alder, vici daugber Ruler; Lu Lucille
cille Lucille Myke, asst. Daughter Ruler;
ciUe Myke, asst. Daughter Ruler;
H. Dailey, secretary; loes velyi.

Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Spinet piano Estey
wbench, $400. House 6418 Los
Rios. Phone 2-3549.
FOR SALE: 60 cu. ft. Ingersoll
v. 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,
i 1951 Nash Rambler. Call Balboa
1530, 7 a.m. till 3:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: Set of golf clubs
v and bag, $20. Call Balboa 1759.
FOR SALE: 13-gallon empty
Sulphuric acid carboys, Firestone
'3-1501.
"The Isthmus" Buyers and Sell Sellers
ers Sellers Household and Miscellaneous
Items, best prices. Visit us, 7th
and Front Street, Colon, Phone
,1762.
FOR SALE: 1947 4-dr. Kaiser,
$60; complete set golf clubs and
bag $60. 1 581 -A Balboa. Phone
2-1683.
SKINDIVERSI Finest Italian Italian-equipment
equipment Italian-equipment in stock now. MARES
SPORT masks, fins and guna
preferred by world experts. We
have plenty of spare parts also.
Agendas Crawford.
FOR SALE: Belt-driven exhaust
fan 18 to 24-in, with or without
25-cycle motor. Call 2-4484.
Simulated Blast
(Continued from race 1)
pedestrians will be expected to
sceK me nearest available cover.
Zone residents at home have
been urged to participate by tak taking
ing taking shelter in their homes in the
strongest structural part of their
houses.
The entire Canal Zone govern government
ment government Civil Defense organization
will be expected to. mobilize al although
though although control point commanders
will dismiss their teams after
checking and inspection. The vo vo-pcrt
pcrt vo-pcrt to their Zone Wardens who
will then report to the Main Con
trol center on, their town strength.
The Volunteers will then be re requested
quested requested to report to Gorgas or Co
co Solo Hospitals for duty as atr
tendants.
The center of activity for the
Canal organization will be the main
control tenter in the Administra Administration
tion Administration Building at Balboa Heights.
Both this- and the alternate
control center of the civil de defense)
fense) defense) corps in Cristobal will be
manned.
Acting Gov. W S.. Bodimon -will
be on, duty in the main control
center to receive reports of the
extent of simulated damages as
well as reports from bureau di
rectors of the canal organization
on what emergency operations are
possible, their requirements lor re re-.;ei,
.;ei, re-.;ei, and their ability to provide
assistance in other areas.
Liaison and communications will
be maintained throughout the ex exercises
ercises exercises on a three-way basis a a-mong
mong a-mong the Canal Zone Civil Defense
organizations, the Armed Forces
in the Canal Zone, and Region III
headquarters ol the Federal Civil
Defense Administration in inomas inomas-ville,
ville, inomas-ville, Ga.
New Method Ferries
Passengers To Jets
CHICAGO. July 11 (UP) A
"passenger pod" is expected to
be the answer to a passenger
problem created by the modern
iet airliners.
The new device will eliminate
the costly ground runs that air airliners
liners airliners must mske from the run
way to the terminal to pick up
passengers. The pod also will help
eliminate the nazara oi engme
bUst, always present as the plane
maneuvers 10
Th "nasseneer nod." developed
by the Clark Equipment Co., will
be a shell with seats. It will be
picked up by a "straddle carrier"
nd taken to the place parked at
the end" of the runway.
The straddle carrier is a modi-
fieri version ol tne ones now dc-
inguscd by industry. Tbt rjer!"1
- ,i
f the nod will resemble the in
side of a plane, complete with air
conditioning and gooa ngnung.
World Population
Of Cattle Rises
By One Percent
LINCOLN. Neb.. July 11 (UP)
The wcrld'a cattle population is
837,000,000 head an increase of
one per cent over last year.
According, to Foreign Agricultur
al Service, etttle numbers are 20
per cert aboe the 1948-50 aver
age and zi per cem aDove ue
1B36-4S average.
The service said there are an
estimated 01,000,000 sheep in the
world. This is two per cent more
tnan last yesr and 29 per cent
more than the 1946-50 average.
chaplain; E. Lambert, treasurer;!
Carmen SmitL. escort: Glencora
Martin, Docvkeeper; V. Husbad.
ar nt r lr aseanT-- V IMdill 11 Arm.
. Bakke. E. Lynch and R. Roach,
trustees

Home Articles

FOR SALE! Laundromat $60,
refrigerator $80. china closet $8,
electric even $15, bureaus, type ;
writer, other Items. Call Panama
2-0599. '- -v.-.
FOR SALE:-Couch, double bed,
bunk beds, seeper, kitchen ta table,
ble, table, 25-cycle refrigerator and
dryer. Cristobal 3-2765.
FOR SALE: Gas stove 4 burner,
food condition.. Leaving for the
States. Phone Balboa 2-3219
from 7 a.m. to 3 a.m;
FOR SALE: Zenith radio-phono
console. Qtrs. 721 -A Balboa.
Phone 2-4407.
FOR SALE s Modern wrought wrought-.
. wrought-. ire) .; dinette set, porch swing.'
Cheap. No. 18, 50th Street. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-3268.
FOR SALE.- Console radio and
3 -speed record player combina combination.
tion. combination. Call Panama 3-5133.
FOR SALE: Vanity bench,
stools, rocking chairs, lamps. Lots
. in Arraijan, cheap. Lots in Santa
Clara. House 754-B, Balboa Rd.
Nighttime
In N. York
By DONALD S. ROCKWELL
Tom Ewell slouches and wavers
quaintly and entertainingly through
another- sex problem with a new
twist, in a delectable comedy,
"The Tunnel of Love." He is ably
supported in his amusing misad misadventure
venture misadventure by Nancy Olson, Darin
McGavin and other talented' per
formers. Ewell wrings the maxi
mum humor out of many comical
situations arising from the adop
tion of a baby. It all adds un to
an enjoyable evening- in the thea-
ft: Vtr-
Famous for its steaks of prime
Western cuts, the Assembly at
207 Eas 43rd is a favorite lunch
and dining spot for lovers of good
food and cosmopolitan atmo
sphere. Prime ribs and lobsters
are a 1st' specialties here.
Bon vivants of New York rub
elbows around the bar with im important
portant important international figures from
near-by United Nations, and a co colorful
lorful colorful note is added by an occa occasional
sional occasional glimpse of a fez of turban.
The interesting decor of high highlighted
lighted highlighted by a collection of beauti
ful oil paintings, all originals by
well-known artists. Popular man manager
ager manager Ronnie Drinkhouse comes of
a family with a quarter-century
ot know-how in the restaurant busi
ness.
Up 05 West 72nd gifted inter international
national international singing star Leo Puld is
m.c. in his own delightfully ( differ different
ent different night spot the only Israeli ca ca-te
te ca-te in America. The distinctive
mid-Eastern flavor of the enter entertainment
tainment entertainment is supplied by Sarah "Os "Os-lath"
lath" "Os-lath" Halevy's Oriental songs,
Dalia and Galia, Mid Eastern
dancers, Sara Tal (Miss Israel of
1957), Martin Roman's orchestra
and Israel s greatest pantomine pantomine-comedian,
comedian, pantomine-comedian, Shaike Ophir. in an un unforgettable
forgettable unforgettable performance. The de decor
cor decor is colorful and bizarre, and
the flavor of the East lingers in
the flavor of the. East lingers in
the provocative choice of dishes
offered.
A quiet atmosphere of dignified
charm, simple but effective decor
and superb continental cuisine
combine to make Baroque one of
the top favorites with connoisseurs
of fine lood skilfully prepared and
served in the crand manner. Pro-
9te, PaulFknow how t0 piease
ithe most demandine natrons. A-
mong the tasty specialties are Su Supreme
preme Supreme de Poulard Barcelonette
and Souffle Parmiere. Dining at
Baroque is truly a delightful ex experience.
perience. experience. , .t. t:. in th.
i ui, ulnar mil- i iriir
hotel of the same name, diners i
and after-theater supper seekers
may darce to Stanley wortn s ex
cellent orchestra. While enjoying
the delicious viands for which the
Pierre i. known, they are enter entertained
tained entertained by the music of Renato Ros Rossini,
sini, Rossini, famous master, of the guitar,
and son by charming Helene
Capiene of Acadia, Louisiana,
descendant of a French settler
whose land grant was obtained
from Napoleon.
Montreal Consul
Herve I'Heureux
Dies At Bethesda j
WASHINGTON,7 July II (UP)
Herve I'Heureux. American con
sul general at Montreal, died bere
yesterday at Bethesda Naval Hos
pital arte, a long Illness. He was
5S.
SecrtUry of State John Foster
Dulles, expressing "profund re-
gret" at IHenreux'a deatn.
said

the country "has lost one of its
outstanding foreign service offi officers."
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The best dinners and drinka
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bar. Hotel International "Pla "Plaza
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Nor necessary to own or buy
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Three Delegates
To Highway Meet
MEXICO CITY, July 11 (UP)
Mexico will send a delegation to
the Seventh Pan American High Highway
way Highway Congress convening in Pana Panama
ma Panama Aug. 1-10, it' was announced
yesterday.
The Mexican groups will "be
beaded by Romulo O'Farril. nres-
ident of the permanent executive
committee of the Pan-American
Highway Congresses. L
Marieno Garcia Sela, Jose J.
Estrada as well as a technical
group as yer unnamed will com complete
plete complete the Mexican delegation.
One of, the most imoortant noints
to be discussed by the more then
450 delegates expected to attend
will be completion of the Part-
American Highway, particularly
the main bottleneck in the Darien
Peninsula of southern. Panama. ;"v

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The Wisconsin Conservation De
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35 million .tree in 1957 to suonlv
game needs for food and cover and
prevent water erosion.
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The trees were planted on mih-
lic and private forest; lands, and a
few were : given awavf for-, youth
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tributed distributed 2,500,000 multiflor a roses
to southern Wisconsin farms .'to
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YlftW TRAFFIC PedesWlana coihprte with vehicles tor 'the 'little space-. left .by; sidewalk
! vendors oiT the narrow but buby Salslpuedes Street which leads' to the 'Central. Market in
!Fsmama City, vehicles going down the hill hve to move slowly for tear of hitting pedes-,
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Algerian Terrorist

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LEON DINNEN
t PXRlS f IS E A)t- Acnmed. le,nch-
(d hi fists, "rnsde sn obvious ef-ort-
to control tiis rage, and wnis-
iii nty tar: -we snan wu,

kilK until tb:lst :Frenchnian'irandfEthcr jrd father before him.

UW- lell; IOC 'uu i .rtiscx,
Th' vjiune Arab terrorist's face
t.r nV and' haeaard andi though
VnhL in his earlv twenties, his coal-
plant hair was aireaay. suenKeu
i. u,itfi?. wide : Datches of gray. But
WiTtyes, set deep in their 'sockets,
It lowed vwithhatred;. his measured
rords, thougl spoken in a whisper
in joe cingy ana noisy cic, suuuu suuuu-d
d suuuu-d likt'. the hiss of an. eplpding
bb.M.f,;.,i;i ',L, '.:' "... m;X,,'; -i
?;r1vWfcMii'- wed1 f H
fi nd It has breufhl m good,
Uchm4.v I3aHL-.. ''; V' :- f
k:wI'iiiiii,.nu vlnlpnr when
' WtK methods f aU," he.fephed.
k "ASbat will happen, 4o..the more
1 than-. smilljonFrencbineii whose
. arDrifathrs created mod-
enaA1geria should your National
liberation J rent; wm tne ngpi
gainst Ffncer .-ia; w;'.
ji!Thf Trench jre not the Arab s
conceri, 'W never asked them to
come.to our country.
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whfn'l first met Achmed (which
If noiL nis rea" uaiiio; J"'
a So tie was one or. seveii mu" mu"-sand
sand mu"-sand North African students at
Paris' Sorbonnc, a happy and care carefree
free carefree d'rk-skinped youngster who
ruamed th 'afes of the Latin
Quarter-. The son ofr a well-to-do
Alserian wine merchant, his life's
psth then seemed smooth and un
troubled.
p r: her Or Not
This weather report for the
24 .hours ending S a.m. today,
in arepared by the Meteorolo-i-real
an Hydrographle
' Branch of the Panama Canal
' Company:
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In Paris Cafe:
In a world undisturbed by ris rising
ing rising nationalist passions fed by
Communist intrigue and propa propaganda
ganda propaganda he would probably have
rnded his daye as a prosperious
Alerrian' Wine merchant, like his
But thrt years ago Achmad
: w swekad irrte tha sacrat tar-
rarirf Arab "rrtiy" which it da da-,
, da-, tarminad to "libarata" Algeria
from Francli domination.
Today; he is a suspected, killer,
a hunted mtn wanted by the
French police.
The last time I saw Achmed
two years ag" he was already deep deeply
ly deeply immersed in his terrorist acti activities.
vities. activities. This time I made na effort
to contact him, but somehow he
discovered my presence in Paris
and after three days of prolonged
negotiations we finally agreed on
a place where we could meet, in
relative srfety. ) ..
In the stdlly and overcrowded
Arab, rafe rcnt by raucous Arab
music and the guttural songs of
the fat belly dancers, Achmed and
his urac to kill seemed like a man
from another age or another pla-
.f
Yet iie was all too' reala sym
bol of, the unbridled nationalist
passions stirring everywhere in
the Arab world and fanned by E-
?yprs President Nasser and his
Soviet "advisers."
Even while we .were talking,
Acbmel's friends were engaged
in a campaign of murder.
In the eastern part of Paris sn
innocent -French locksmith was
killed by Algerian terrorists in
reprisal for police raids in the
Arab districts of the city.
Anotner Frenchman was shot
nd killed in a cafe owned by an
lgerian, but frequented for years
by Frenchmen as well as North
Africans.

Grounded Reina Passengers
Enplane For Destinations

HAMILTON, Bermuda, July 11,
(UP) Passenger from the.
grounded British cruise ship
Relna Del Paclflco have besieg.
ed air line offices here for lm-

mediate passage to' their destin-'on

aeons, airline orriciais reported
today.
A number of passengers have
been going ashore on lighters
for sightseeing. shopDlnt and
'to seek new means of transnor-
I tatlon.

Meantime the 17,000-ton liner Nancy Cuppledltch. an English
remained stuck on the white school teacher en route home to
coral reefs outside Hamilton Britain, described the accident
Harbor while the ship's owners In which the ship struck the
flew emergency equipment from'reef. -London
for new attempts to re- "I waa on deck watching pec pec-float
float pec-float the luxury vessel. j pie wive, to ua .from the north
" One shipment of two-Inch 1 shore, : when w atruck." she
thick wire hawsers weighing 31.- said. The -ship was going at
000 pounds and some 2V miles such a speed and then It- sud sud-long
long sud-long was being flown to Bermu-denly keeled over.. 8he went on on-da
da on-da aboard a super constellation to. the reef very smoothly with
airliner from London. A seven no noise. It was Just like being

ton consignment of grappling

equipment left last night "When wo saw the crew come lions for the Vaccina to six msnu msnu-A
A msnu-A Dutch RXM freight plane on deck we began to wonder if facturera and expects them to be bellying
llying bellying 1.575 yards of hawsers to something- was wrong, as one gia turning ovt batches of shots

the stricken vessel also was ex-
nrtrf ti ntV rtr an Dai RmhiIi:
bound for a Jubilee jamboree
and marooned on tha ship.
Immediately after the mishap
Capt E. C. Hicks Impooed silence
in the crew and paaoengera. telU
tag them not td answer ques-
Uom about the mishap, but the
passenger leaned over the rail
and Ulked tii nnortera.
One of the Dissenters golg a-
shore was CoL J. D. Olddlnrs,

1 African affair officer for the,

Has Lett'
Elsewhere in Pafis the terror
ists k'Ued an Algerian cafe owner
and a youn? Arab suspected of
pro-rrenco sympatniesi
In Algeria itself, time-bombs kill
ed to Frenchmen in a dance hall
wnue tne Frencn press announc announced
ed announced gleefully the death of 60 reb
els at Melouza the very Aleenan
village where some weeks' earlier
the terrorists themselves had mas
sacred indiscriminately some 300
peaceful Arab men, women and
children. ;
"Aran't you revolted by al
thaa tknsalass ' mwrdar. Ash Ash-mad?"
mad?" Ash-mad?" I askod. ; t
The terrorist; replied Calmly:
"My personal view does not mat matter
ter matter in this case. We are fighting
a war' of independence..: There are
innocent casualties in every war."
"Are you
cd him."
a Communist?" I ask
"I am an Algerian nationalist.
We arc at war with the French
and if the Communists want to
help us in bur fight' we shall ac
cept their help with gratitude."
When we left the cafe Achmed
had to pass through heavy po police
lice police cordon which encircled the
entire. Place Pigalle. Cops armed
with sub ruachine guns were check
ing tne identity papers of every
d irk -skinned man found in the vi
cinity of Paris' favorite playground
About 100 sul.'en Arabs who could
not produce proper Identity cards
were already berded into two of
the French police s famous black
"paddy wagour."
Achmed walked boldly over to
the o .lice captain and presented
nis false identity card. The cap
tain studied the. paper suspicious
ly but founr' it In order. He told
Achmed to go on. The. armed po-
uce line opened and tne young
terrorist witn unhurried steps dis
appeared into tne night.
Northern, Rhodesia Government,
bound for .England. t
"My wife and I were looking
for a place to settle," he said,
"But we dldnt expect to settle
a coral reef," :
Mrs. uiaaings new 13,000 miles
and crossed the United States to
board the Relna Del Paclflco In
Jamaica her first .voyage on a
ship. i
"I think I'll keep to the air la
the future," she said.
00 a yacht in the wind.
wore a lifebelt.
h mhln'a ltt tnakoi th M
nlng room a most uncomforu
ble place and the stairways also
art dirncult. Young children
have to be carried.-
Mlat Cuppledltch said, nf Vt
raaengers had ft nipper, and

claas face masks they could sra ,,,cir. wiJi ,TaT 00,11 ilriu mcoin
around the ahtp viewing the aealit: oeI Tbe urgMicy behind he maT confirm that a mi-
aardena lust below the surface ,Ti fi i TL t- th,.slle wa fired. If there to an ac-

but they were tfaeouraged
cause the -crew ebA aome
shark In Ihe Tlctoity.'

"Let the people

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. EDITOR'S NOTE; The follow follow-Ing
Ing follow-Ing analysis of the changes in
Moscow is from one f AihorK
ea' outstanding experts on Rus Russia,
sia, Russia, Dr. Albert Parry of Colgate
University. Dr. Parry is chair chairman
man chairman of the Department of Rus Russian
sian Russian studies at Colgate and a
frequent contributor to magaxines
and newspapers.
By ALBERT VARRY
NEW YORK. July 11 UP)
Once more an inner Kremlin fight
for power is presented to -he world
as an ideological ciasn. am we
musn't be fooled. It is a struggle
of nersonalities. not of policies.
We must remember the 1920's
when Trotsky was thought to be a
firebrand and Stalin a dove of
peace.
Actually both hated the West,
and wanted its destruction. Stalin
won over Trotsky but his policy
was the same: fight and rum the
West, be it through different me methods.
thods. methods.
Peruvian Officers
Leave Canal Zone
After Two-Day Visit
A group of officers from Peru,
including the minister of war and
the commanding general of the
army; -a left yesterday for lima
after a two-day visit in the Canal
Zone.'--.
They stopped off in the Zone on
Mondavi en route to Lima from.
Caracas where they attended Ve
nezuelan Independence uay ceieo
1st 10ns.
The officers : and their wives
were met at the airport by MaJ.
Gen. Thomas L. Harrold, com commanding
manding commanding general, U.S. Army Car Caribbean,
ibbean, Caribbean, and Brig: Gen. Milton L.
Ogden, deputy commanding gener general.
al. general. U.S. Army Caribbean; and
were entertained Monday evening
with an informal dinner party ai
the Fort Amador Ofticers'. upen
Mess.
Officers included in the party
were: Uen. Alejandro Cuadro ita
yines. Minister oa war;, oeu, f e-
ux Auaman izquieruo, command.
ing general. 01 tue army; near Ad
miral Francisco Torres, m a 1 0 s,
armed xorces scaft; maj. Geii. Uui Uui-ilermo
ilermo Uui-ilermo Aiegre bortano, Air Force
Uuei of &iait; Brig., Geu. AUre
do Modriguez Martuiez. Cbiet ot
biati, General Matt ot the Army;
uric. Gen. rtumoerto iuna rer-
reccio, director, superior War -College;
Col. Julio Doig JSanchez, mil
itary cabinet; Col. Juan velasco
Alvarado. army: Col. Eduardo Ve
ga Castro, churl, military cabinet;
U. Col. Jorge Chaves wueiopana,
aide-de-camp to commanding gen general
eral general of the army; Lt. Col. Miguel
Coquis Rodriguez, aide to Minis Minister
ter Minister of Air; Capt. Heraclio Fernan Fernandez
dez Fernandez Pendola, aide to Minister of
War; Capt. Juan. L. Kruger Aiza Aiza-mora.
mora. Aiza-mora. Navy; Capt. Antonio Mi
randa Garrido, Navy; Col. Pedro
Vargas Prada, Air Force; Col. Ro Roberto
berto Roberto Piandcfai Chumbiarca, Ar Army,
my, Army, and Lt. Col. Dante Monge
Ragui, Air Force.
Green Light Given
For Mass Production
Of Hew W Vaccine
WASHINGTON, July 11 (Up5-
The government told drug manu manufacturer
facturer manufacturer today to proceed with
mass production of a vaccine ef effective
fective effective ia warding off the highly
contagious- "oriental flu" low
spreading throughout the world.
Working closely together, (Gov (Gov-em
em (Gov-em men-, and industry scientists de developed
veloped developed the vaccine in a "crash
progran" to make it available
bv tba start of the flu season this
fall.
The Public Health Service an
nounced yesterday the vaccine
Las been tested suceessM'y 01
human volunteer injected with the
unental virus.
The service has sent specifics
sooa.

A spokesman for tha Health Servitn a memorandum to Luehman

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be-i.aecine was to have enough on!
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PANAMA, ft. P., THURSDAY, JULYJU, 1957

She
keup
ities,
Now Khrushchev wins overplus
opponent and tells the world that
they wanted international tension,
whereas he wants peace. But let
us note these ominous facts:
1. While Molotov is indeed an
old Stalinist war-horse, Malenkov
is lumped witn mm incongruously
for Malenkov, In his -period of
premiership in 1953-55, stood for
an emphasis of consumer goods
production. This meant a certain
amount of de-emphasis of heavy
inaustries 01 Jtussia s war Indus
tries.
And it was Malenkov.' practical
ly atone ot the Soviet chiefs, who
nas r.puDiiciy acKnowiedeed that
an atomic hydrogen war would
destroy all of humanity, not jusl
tne capitalistic part of humanitv
as; Khrushchev has been saying.
2. Can wo take the removal of
Khrushchev's opponent as a trua
olive branch' extended to us whan
the now members of the Prosidi-
urn inclueVa Kuutinan, tha old Fin
nish Communist, with' his lonq
record of anti-Western intrigue in
the Comintern?
3. Can our triends in tha can.
tive nations of the satellite bolt
view the changes with -any hope hopeful
ful hopeful expectations whan Suslav is
left undisturbed at the varw ton
of Soviet hierarchy?
xney cannot be honeful. For
Suslov. more than anyone al.oe i.i
the Kremlin, has been; leading a
campaign, against the so-called Ti Ti-toist
toist Ti-toist spirit of independence in the
satellite countries. Suslov stand.-
for repression and suppression of
the satellites, not for any conces-
qiuuK aim relaxations.
4. And look at the removal of
Kaganovich together "with Molo Molotov
tov Molotov and Malenkov:
In the last 10 years iKasanovlch
was the .only Jew left at. the top

CZ Tax Remittances Must
Be Mailed To Washington

Witn tne closing of the inter-,
iii xtevenue oiuce in me uanai
iiunc, lucBi resiueuu who nave
been reminded that all remit-
tances covering Income Tax
should be mailed to the Inter International
national International Operations Division, In Internal
ternal Internal Revenue Service, Wash Washington
ington Washington 25, D.C.
Wendell L. Lindsay, Internal
Revenue Agent, who has been
stationed in the Canal Zone for
the past six years, is sailing Sat?
urday with his family on the,
Panama liner Ancon. His future
assignment will be with the In-
ternationalf operations Division
In Washington.
During his residence here,
Lindsay has taken an active
part In several community actlv-

itles. He was an active member, new tax year to assist individ individ-of
of individ-of the Elks and served on several uals in preparing their returns

committees to raise funds for and to answer .inquiries j on on-charitable
charitable on-charitable purposes, and was, cernlng taxes. t ;

Lawmaker Would Lift !eil,

On AF's Missile Program

WASHINGTON, July 11 (UP)
Rep. John E. Moss (D-Callf.)
today, threw some Influential
weight behind an Air Force move
to lift part of the secrecy sur surrounding
rounding surrounding the nation's guided
missile program.
Moss, chairman of a House
subcommittee studying govern-1
ment information policies, said
there u "ample justification"
recttve limittng disclosure- of
data about missile firings.
it u unreansuc ana wouia
appear to do' more harm to the)
Air Force mutsiie program tnan i
any contribution to security,"!
Moss told reporters. "I don't
think security enters into lt
Brig. Qen. Arno H. Luehman,
director of the Air Force infor
mation services, told the sub
committee Monday the Air Force
is dissatisfied with the directive.
Assistant Defense Secretary
Murray Snyder issued the order
April 25. It spells out what in.
formation may be given out by i

the commander of the missile documents- containmg secret in in-test
test in-test center at Cape Canaveral, 'formation were stolen from the
Fla. !Atr Force. Navy and 'Army to

ll' the commander is asked a-
cldent he may make a lrief
ttement"-about it-
' Eut he -liowed to disclose

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MARSHAL ZHUKOV
of the Soviet ladder. Now he, too,
is gone. And his demotion may
mean increase of war threat rath rather
er rather than its lessening. Nasser and
his berserk camp in the Middle
East are certainly pleased to see
this last Jew depart from t h e
Kremlin.
The militant Arabs may well
interpret the going of Kaganovich,
a Jew, in the same-spirit as Hit
let in May, 1939, viewed the re
moval of another Jew. Lltvlnov.
from his post of Soviet Foreign
Attairs commissar bv the oblie
ing Stalin. Hitler saw it as a sten
toward a Soviet-Nazi understand
ing; jwhich by September of that
year, in tact blossomed into a pact
So now -the removal of. Kagano.
also a charter member of the
icaiDoa uons UlUD, serving as
iw iirsi secreiary,
Before leaving the Isthmus,
Lindsay issued the special re
minder on the s change of 7 the
method of payment of Income
Taxes for Canal Zone residents
He called special attention to
delinquent accounts which are
being paid on an Installment
basis. r
In the recent announcement
of the closing of the local Inter-
nal Revenue Office, lt was stat stated
ed stated that a special representative
of the International Operations
Division will be assigned for two
or three months In the t Canal
Zone about the beginning of the
any other information such
the type of missile fired.
Luehman said he and other
officer have' urged Air Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary James H.' Douglas to ask De Defense
fense Defense .Secretary Charles k. Wll-
Ison to modify Snyder's directive.
Luehman called for a Policy
which would allow the Air Force
to "give the public an Idea how.
we have progressed" in the mls-
pol'cy the Air Force ..' is being,"
criticized for making little head f
way on missue aeveiopment
. He said this is a wrong" lm
pression.
-v '.'
' Moss aald he intends to ques question
tion question Snyder about it when the
assistant secretary appears be- P
fore his subcommittee later.
The subcommittee wound up
Its current hearings on defense
department information policies
with testimony of Luehman and
his predecessor. Brig. Gen. A. J.
Kinney. .
Both Luehman and Kinney
said they knew of no eases where
forma tloa ch'.efa gave identical
testimony earlier.
They were questioned because
of a recent recommendation by

ft V- ri

a commission on government

security lor a law meting it a
crime to disclose secret data.

FTft CENTS

One

icies
vich may well be a signal to an
increase, not a decrease, of Soviet Soviet-Arab
Arab Soviet-Arab war clouds over Israel, -v
5. Consider also the actual level
of -the influence Of the Soviet mil ;
itary in the Kremlin-'
Marshal hukov's promotion to
ium memoersnip in the Prestdum
means strengthening, not lessen lessening,
ing, lessening, of the power of the' military
in the Soviet hierarchy. Behind
him stand other mighty marshals,
particularly Marshal Konev. With Without
out Without Konev's aid, Khrushchev could
not have traveled so fast to his
top position in Russia., It is the
military who helped Khrushchev
in Bern's downfall in im nH
MalenkOV's first ripmntinn Irt tQSK
But jt was and is more than mere
help. Increasingly; the Soviet mil mil-rtary
rtary mil-rtary do order and direct the larg larg-er
er larg-er plans and' measures pf the
civilian Soviet apparatus.
The military of Russia i imiri
c'uugn not. to want war. But they
nam,, war appropriauons. : in the
present disarmament negotiations
wihi us tney don't' want their
iAaon envoy, zorm, and Khru
sfachev to agree-to a real nnptaii
ment of Soviet disarmament. Thpv
want us to yield and cut our arm-
auiew, yes, Dut their own cut
uiey wisn 10 oe far smaller and
narmiess. -,"
. ir any single group is bahin 1
me- laresr nakeup mere than .any
other, it ia the Soviet "military.
ney ara in a ance with irkn..
sncnev in bom domestic and for foreign
eign foreign fields. .,
Both they and Khrushchev
want heavy industries at the ex expense
pense expense of consumerv goods. Both
they and Khrushchev want to lull
u wij wise sense ol security
through these Soviet offers of dis disarmament
armament disarmament offers that are large"-
.-The. problem of 'deeentralizatioh
of Soviet economy, fieurin? ia
largely in Khrushchev's explan.
i me snaxeup in tne leader leadership,
ship, leadership, is really secondary. It is
true that Molotov and other nnnn."
nenfs of Khrushchev did not "want
wis aecenirauzation. But their mo
tive warf their fear that Khrush-
cnev wouiq use this decentraliza decentralization
tion decentralization to remove Mnlntnv'a .M..
and followers from Moscow. Molo-i
iov w course did not want to lose
them through such dispersal to
far-off, provinces;- '. .!-,
Molotov's defeat" In -t hi
Hon to this decentralization is by
i uvciaiiauowea oy tne main fac factor
tor factor in the latest giant step to Khru Khrushchev's
shchev's Khrushchev's vand the marshal'. r
grandizement: the fact that the
victors use this personal fight for
Dower to mislead the West into
thinking ? that: Khrushchev mix
his grouo really want- ; peace.
Which, of course, they do not. 1
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ub Army joaay cancelled1 tn. 1 r
sentence imposed on an American
service man's British wife for mur-
aenng ner wee children, 'and or
uerea ner aeporteo to-.England.
one la.t. uirs. jstnuca M. 'Uri
hart, 30, now at the- Federal R
iormatory i for Women.- Alriersnn,
i;..tr., r1-... L. ... .. .
. .; onfiv was .sentenced1 to' tifo
iiiinsonineni.
The? Army said the 'unserved
portion of her: sentence has" been
remitted r after -a review of ;tho
case. -On July 22 Mrs. Bnllhart
win oe turned over to u.s mm
gratlon authorities' for deportation
Mrs. Brillhart'. husband is Set.
Robert' W. Brillhart, now, station,
ed at Sandia Base NM-Th Ar.
mysaid "'he has been InformedT
ox me action taken.
The Army said Mrs. Brillhart
:t being released :"after consider consideration
ation consideration of all matters in extenuation
and mitigation."
Mrs Srillhart, a native jbf Roch Rochdale;'
dale;' Rochdale;' L?iit'ashireiTwas tried inAs-
mara, Eritcea, Africa, Jujy 20-23,
1954. s -'-
She was charged with ymurder-
mg ner daughter Sharon ton Nov.
18, 1952 Kathryn on Nov.22, 1953,
ana rairicia wn juec.. 1, isss. 1
Reel Cross Holds : 1
Reception To Greet
New Interns, Wives
Doctors hardly : ever have time
tor social amenities.' K -,
Yesterday anernoon, however, a
large number of Gorges staff phy physicians
sicians physicians and Canal Zone' health offi
cials took time out in the middle
of the working day to greet the
annual ( crop of new interns and
their; wives who have, been ariv-
ing on -the Isthmu during the past
weex or so, ,
, f The reception; held a the Red
cross ttecreation Room at Got
gas Hospital, was arranged bv
Miss Sra Bomber?, chief of Red
cross activities at. Gorgas; Mrs.
VI. W0litarskyrhairmn- of the
neo Lrofis voluntary service com committee,
mittee, committee, assisted by a group of doc
tors'., wives,, who. act ,a sponsor
ior uie newcomers. , .i ...
.. -ft,
, iThe'meetine was ene of tha flrSif
of its kind held at Gorgas and was
sit successful that it probably will
oe placed on tne regular recep
tion program arranged lor those
new residents and interns who
come to the Canal Zone each year
to further their medical studies.;
Present at the reception Wednes
day were most of this year's 14
new interns and their wives. They
were- greeted by Col. Charles 0.
Bruce, Canal Zone Health Direc
tor; Col. Norman H. Wiley, super superintendent
intendent superintendent of Gorgas Hospital: Wal
ter P. AJlen, assistant director of
Gorgas; Maler Robert L. Hughes,
training officer at Gorgas; .' and
Leonard J, Meyer," director of o
Derations of the American ,' Red
Cross in the Caribbean Command,
in' addition to a large number of j
staff, doctors and their wives.
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