The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
daily
normalized irregular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification:
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System ID:
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Mr. K Invites Compet

f "LONDON, July 12 (UPy Dissensioji in thi top-laderhip of tht Red Army wav
rumorwJ today" in informed diplo'jrhatic quarters. . r
' 1 ? Differences were reported t to- have' emerged between Marshal Georgi Zhukov,
and 'Marshal Alexander "Vassillevski,! th.:brair.i,.bhiiid'Riitsia,'' Wartfrnt victories
' against Germany. v; y-.n V ',v !'
v ,Vassilievski, Zhukov's deputy "in the" Ministry of Defense, was termed a potential
rival-to Zhukov jn, the struggle 'for power. He js, also considered an advocate of a.

, tougher policy .towards the
There" was no-Official confir
mation of .these reports wiucn
rMherf London from behind the
Tn rnrfain tnrtiiv.
r" "" I i.l !!.. tW.
'current differences may lead to
- the oulet disappearance from
.w : -. -. Im.J
the Red Army leadersmp 01 vas
'i4A..elrf In tha npar future.
J The reports said Vassilievski
i tailed to suppors ine i
"unciation of the V. M. Mototot
v nart boss N i K 1 1 a

r Krushchev wd rshal Zhu:

I other leading; marshals of tne
- Red army have rallied ostenta ostenta-h
h ostenta-h So1siyind KhruahcW knd
j -:,ihukoy. includlngrshal lyan

KoruevriumseH wu
$S Indicate tbt
the majority jeal
far stand behind Zhukev,
ehev
Hov, L

ts'5d rmf which thus far-.V
i rJTjr.M wholly united,

' the likened co-existence iasi
aSahft to a 'marriage of conye-
Sffie between the WitaUst

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Pccilit Sib hK ?;x
v e:!;;r.i i::v llinie;:

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w:Hie wiemriers, meir

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t judRe John E. Demmg Bal-

tv-. ain addrest.. He is-expected to

tJlSCUJS IODIC vl lut nintav.
lrnholism as jurist and in other

V publie welfare cpari!ies.- 't
'VM. will also rive observations

"'ii th oroblem s he saw it in

i -. ".NhnsVa. as. .well -ss in the Ca-

'!Bal Zone, where he is often re re-i
i re-i quired to rule en th effecU of sl-
.'''i-el ia tuch 5fl s drunken
iV' AMng, or disturbing the peace.
1 !,r Religious leaders from the Ca-
fholic, Protestant nd Jewish faiths
jwill be among the troiip's j r.spe
1 eial giiets. - ;
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INTIRMATIONAL AIRWAYI4

, West. -
- A "There ar many cases 'ef peo
pie notin ipve -manning' ana
after they get married they
build hacDV lives," he. said at a
L.U w....nl,Al,l1.,'.. llUlblnn
.4UfiL ki KA WiAirfjinn Hmlrt
mats present. 'Let us do 3V Let
us compete and jsef which sys system
tem system is superior r i -i'
"."We. know. you doa't llkepur
systen' he, sald. We weie 'not
Cub?n Ex-Solon;'
Says He 7ai jcalen
Cy 3 Men In Miami
MIAMI.' July- J2 ixjPl A Ifor-
mer Cuban coneressman and re
ported tourierf rom Cuban ebel
leader Autellano Sanches Aran-
go-sald today he was' beaten py
three unidentified -' -s P a nisn.
speaking ; men while waiting-"to
sairt the
incident t occurred Wednesday,
nieht but that he did not report
night but that he did not report
it to oollce, Hei said he was
waiting on a corner for his 'ac
qualntartce when he was attack attacked.
ed. attacked. v.. (. r
- ; A varum t Icadfr nf tlB S0-
called triple A movement in op
position to the: government ci
President Fulgenclo v; Batista
Arango is la exile,;reported in
Mexico. .''' v
Cairol said he came here July
3 "on business" foe Arango. He
said hft suffered a- cut lip. black
eve-, bruises on his head and
back; He said he was kicked in
to unconscl j;;nes by his un unknown
known unknown asa:..lnts, v- 1 -'
i Cariol was once a Cuban con-.
gressmftn during: the presidency
of Carlos Pi lo Bocarras, who ls
living: In, exile at Miami' Beach.
Prlo ana Arango are tss?uuy
united in their opposition to Ba
tista,, but have often squaoDiea
among themselves. '. f'.-r.-
u It was reoorted Cairol carried
a. letter from- Arango 1 rebuking
Prio and tailing1! Prlo a "trai "traitor."
tor." "traitor." .,,'-.: WfJV
-Giveaway Shorts
PARIi, July 12 (UPr-i Police
arrested a r n who was walking
around in h's shorts In nearby
Melun Wedr day. night despite
the TPlatlvrJv comfortable
weatr.rr. After ivexilgation he
was taken r ; i tve mental
inst:' ':-n : which lie-had
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Actress Ir.frid BergTSa trighti smile
reur'i'ot t. T J9-yar-cid daupftt'r, jen-
fr t'.' : :tp. In six j-fsra in Pans. Jn
- ct JrrrJl s fr: "n marriaf: lo Dr. petr LihCl-
i ia Xzkj tuJLa Xar C eu&oaa :

nMOX in s
ty, ;..e daurh-

ed 1 Army;
ition
born with TeUs ririginis; out un
der gunshots.-We are convinced
we will win. Let us try. Let us
stop seeing each other as ene
mies. I beneve there is no other
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"We want friendly; -relations
with capitalist countries, with
the- United States, France; Brit,
ain and other capitalist : coun'
tries,", he said, i "The United
States is a- big, sxrone country
I also think--we -are not a' s.mal,
weak country.' we !an, be con
sidered equal ftartles. J
Can there be peace?" Khrusn-
chev- asked. "War can : bring on
ly., tears, destruction ofv human
life and-horror.;; We TOOts. only do
not want war, but we don't want
to waste-time and resources on
armaments., Armaments get ob-i
soletti very ? fast. Arms axe rot
essential io, the : life ot man,-,-;.
.. "The Dresent urmx rnr is the5!
result of certain historical cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances but it is not-the law
! for -the .future."- he- sari
"With f
i armaments It, could becatastro-
phiC.";,t -J
Air)ri2nr$ Wif3 Held
Fcr Taking Money
0.1 Fake Pretenses
: -'""-.-jS f - y
An enlisted' msnV wife from Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook todav was charced in (Bal
boa Magistrate'sCourt with tSking
money under" false pretenses. -J-
The charge againstj 38-yesr-old
Margareb Loar. involvea tne sum
of $3. She is accused of changing
the price tag on a used table and
chairs 'stt wBich she sold in he
Albrook Thrift Shop r. -.
Complainant in the -cs'sa Is-Lt.
Gene B. Blackwelli n Abrook
doctor! who purchased the set for
$28, Mrs.--Roar is- cnargeo witn
turning in only $25 to the shop.
" According to police investigation,
the price tags in the thrift shop
are tor from stubs which are kept
in the inventory file. The stub for
the. sale- of- the used table na
rtairs is marked $25,, hat BlSck BlSck-well
well BlSck-well is quoted as saying be paid
$28 for ihe'set. 4'
- The case- came to -theV-attention
of police when, after a personnel
shake-up, discrepancies were re reported
ported reported in tko thrift shop funds.
Mrs. Loar had been employed
there for about seven months. She
resides at Albrook. ? v'---
The case was continued Isntil
Monday afternoon after William J.
Sheridan appeared on behalf of
the .American defendant.. 5a e
changed her plea to guilty.
1;
I

Ae people know th$ truth end Uu

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INDICTED ON TSTinWC.T.

.former "Army intelligence; Offlcer," and. lis wife, Jane,. were In-'
dieted by a Federal Grand Tury la NewJfotlc on charges of es espionage.
pionage. espionage. The couple, how living rl Paris, were charged with.
giving .U.S.. military secrets to ar international Russian spy
ring. 'Qnt -of;r the indictments five counts ; carries s possible
i- v death penary on convicUon;

RP;; Juyehile

Steal Aged Wdmans Food

A pair of Juvenile dilincfuenti.
wno, nad heta charged jointl with
peui greeny last year,, agautoin
ed forces .tais- week tq rob' an el1
derly-JPafaiso woman of a bag of
grocerus site war carrying. t
; Today in 'Balboa .... Magistrate's
Court, ilani'ort t.v 1' n- la'iu'is.
-t'5 1 i i"is ..uua and U
I net. rr ,uui ; ( a, pleaded not guil
v w e ciice ox roboing uia
fitj.nt ot a bag of groceries
in rar;iLo last Monday meat.
; Alu r pieaduig not guilty they
proeenitd to tell Balboa' Magia-
trats Joiin t,. iemmg now taey
commutea tne crime oc robbery
11hlrih la ft I.Annxt -.v
iThe defendants, Who are both
14. years old and have long lino
f ponce cun victiont,-were each
fined $33 and sentenced to spend
30 day e.ctv In. tne Gatun Jail
- for Juveniles. An additional $30
.'fine was impofed on Selmait for
violating the terms of his pro
; nation. ye
; ; Mrs. Grant told the .court that
she had tot her homo Carrying
me grocer jes wnea so leu- aer
hand jtrked by a boy whom she
identiiitd a liodriguez. She said
she wasn't e whether .the youth
with hint vie SHman
Police u.td that Mrs. Grant
had earlier identified both boys ss
being the ones who bad robbed
ber of her groceries.
.The youths claimed they were
M:re Ilcustng Made
AitJjFerCZll
Enllsl: J Personnel
A
: In a move to obtain more hous
Ing for enlisted personnel station
ed in, the Panama area. U.S. Ar
my Caribbean has initiated a pro
gram to take, ever quarters locat
ed at France Air Force Base on
the Atlantic side, Mai. H. A. Hai-
Jiwell., chief, housing branch. Ad
jutant Gen. l a Office, said this
week.. - : ,V- -' -
To date. 41 sett of permanent
type quaitt-'S have been turned
over To the Army for' enliated Der
'sonncl in grades E-S through E-7.
The- quarters, of concrete cons
truction, range from two to four
bedrooms,' ;j"v ;'-:.
The eewlyacq Tired quarters are
Open o personnel stationed in the
Atlantie area and aro now beingH
assigned ta new- personnel arriv arriving
ing arriving in the command. Others new
residing at Coco Solito or else elsewhere
where elsewhere may also request assign-'
ment to the Quarters on a rank
priority basis. - '
The quarters are furnished hy
the Arm v a no are assigned on a
non-rent 1 1 basis.
' In another effort to increase the
Somber of quarters available to
enlisted ervanel, 16 sets trf offi-
cerr tiuirters at Fort Kobbo are
now being redesirnated at enlist-l
ed quarters. Assignment to these!
quarters is expected to begin some-.
time in Ausruft. They will be avatH
able to frsoonel ixs grades E-S
inroucn k-T according to the com command
mand command noTiy list for the Pacific
area.-. r
As trevid'l M an Army-Navy
sereemcnt, -12 additional sets' of
enlisted quarters at Cooott are be-:
ing turned fr the Army. They
.J be a$:: 'i 0i a rental basis.
Under t r e arreemont. IS ad
ditional off cers" fl'iarters at-Fa rH
fan are r i t evailable for

Axai-iLca, v " :

couidry U Mife" Abraham Lincoln

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fNEA TelenKotil
rUMtr.Vn ll rt.nrcr. iotpH ,.
Delinquents v
playing marble' under a. house in
araiso unfit dark 'last -Monday.
They-td.they stole inteMri.
Grant's house to steal i her purse.
They tawnier eating and remaid remaid-ed
ed remaid-ed quietly in the bedroom until she
was -finished. Trln thev foimd a
bat wil!t n." ' :.
iijoy .tou..4i!i(i- ie L.jet ti... uusci
while waiting for the wom to
ieeve.-", e . t
She finally left the house at 8 30
carrying baa of groceries.: Be-
cause they couldn't find her purse,
they decided to rob her oi the
groceries. They followed hei1 "-in
the direction or the service center
and then- pulled the bag out of
her hand. i
The youths said they ran away
fast because the -woman was yell yelling
ing yelling for help so loudly, they felt
police would soon be on the scene.
The comnlainina witness :-said
she- had, yelled for police but 'no-f
booy rs me.-s Later she reported
Ik. thi i' -,- :
" Tv.f .1-,- ' ... -X :. I.-.,
tX-
Both Salman and Rodriouea
hid out under tho gym building,,
and later that night Salman
rnanaged to got to Panama where
ho hid out in. the homo his
grandmother : --"i-
' His father reported todsy that
the youth had not been in school
since Monday because be was not
at Jrome. The father said Jio .did,
pot learn of his son's whereabouts;
until yesterday::. -. -v. ".- -
Both -youths had s long- list ol
eonvietionsi against them. On Oct.
23, 956 they- were, charged Joint
ly witu steaung two shirts, trora
under a: Paraiso building. Both
have been involved in petit larce larcenies.
nies. larcenies. Rodriguet was once charged
with taking a ear for temporary
use last year. : ;.
. .-, ;.i .-,',1--'--i
- Before sentencing them .-: the
Judge asked the boys : whether,
they were taught anything the
last time they served time at Gat-
un. Tne youths repued that tbey
had worked in a garden" and cut
some carpentry worx to ut snop.t
Fouce tow too court mat
teacher is sent over to the iaiTr

for an hour lesson once i MtW,'t" "V J

Both boys are in sixth gradew
Fined FbrlKkingiJ
Fcod Item
Sven Panama storekeepers were
each fmed S10 for hiking the price
of food items, and one was fined
2Q by the Office Of Price Con
trol.
Twelvo store owners were- ad
monished after their cases Were
aired before the price control
board., and warned to be care-
lut ia ii ni'ure,
The fines were tart Of an in
tensive campaiea being carried out
r t P contro omeo U an
attempt to cot down the unscru unscrupulous
pulous unscrupulous practices oi Some sbop-
leepera, .....
. .' . : --:;, "'
: Thirty four isspectort have been
assigned to visit stores throughout
the city en the lookout for aaal aaal-practice.
practice. aaal-practice. i -
Yerirrdar ST shopkeepers were
apprehended and brought is. for
qdestiofing. The fine remttai for
some. Tne re it of tne cases -are
LU betas jarsfcUi'sd,

Irate Americans
Who Quit Reina
Rap Ship's Crew
LONDON; July M ( UP ) Twen-ty-alx
angry American passeng
ore tromtatranded ftritiah liner
, Reina del Pacifico flew into Len.
don today and criticized the
hip's crow for delay in inform
ino them ef daveloDments.

. They said hours elapsed' last
Monday before they were told that
had happened to the. 17.872-ton lux luxury
ury luxury liner when she grounded on a
coral reef of Bermuda, on her way
to Europe,
' Julius f PSrker, a Tallahassee,
Fla.. Uwver. said the caotain prob
ably "didn't realize how (tightly the
ship was packed into the coral reef
and wanted to make an investiga investigation
tion investigation before making any announce
ment whictr might unduly worry
the 700 persons aboard But it was
z-tt hours before, we nad any an
nnuncemfent." ;
nouncement,
Disfricl oarf
Clerk Fined $10
For Inlernipling
,; Fott the first tlme,ln the his
tory of tta;T.. S. Dlstricf.:ppwr
at Anconsv, court employe was
fined tiO rtoday-for1 eontempt- of
court because Jie kept Interrupt
ing the Judge: ... :,; i
Th. clerk Ot the court. CTj
Mccormick Jr. was irst Earn
ed by Judge outnrie? ..crowa
inaj, ne : wouia.- ,,iicu u f
'" t 'on int'W'rt.'i. '

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court was opened ;,At''fl: 15 this
morning. Judge Crowe remarkedj
thav pa wanted me court to on on-gin
gin on-gin promptly at 9. It was 'Reno"
day. today to court and the room
was' filled with spectators,, in including;
cluding; including; many chlldrenti '.'
Mccormick said that he had
been in the office since 8 aim.
and was ready to start at any
time.
The Judge toldibe clerk that
he had been Informed McCor-
nin1r r.i't In th nfflCA.
T'l'm lust tired of this" said
arwmieir hanirln on the ta-
ble. "I was here on time."
b
.4 whii. the ludfte beean exolaln
ins" tne oroceauro. wnicn e
wlhed to be followed. McCor
mirk- kent interrupting. "I'm
t.trnt nf vonr constant interrup
tnn -cautioned the Judire, "if
you are not' quiet I will have to
fine you for contempt."
- McCormick kept arguing that
ho still had a further explana explanation
tion explanation to make, at which time, the
Judas' said he was fining the
clerk $10 for contempt.
I wasn't' critical of you or
trying to antagonize you," said
the Judge, "but you Insisted on
these constsnt lnterrupwona.
McCormick then apologized to
(ne court,
Tne Judge said the fine had,
to be paid toaay.

Potter Names Key Cpnmttee

Heads For Canal

v.. mm t.
ine Jrn '.,w- h.
new canai i.
announced today oy uov. n.
'The governor, who it president
of the Fund, named the following:
Raymond Corson of the U.S. O O-peratioos
peratioos O-peratioos Mission to Manama,
chairman of the Budget and Allo
cation! Committee, ooroon n
hid extended experience in this
field in the United States. His
kte makes the final rec-
.mn.niiiiinni to the Board of
Trustees en the fund allotment of
each agency.
-Jwdfo Guthrie P. Crow of the
U.S. District Cowl will hoed the
Admissions Committee. Crouoe
awtd agencies oaoocting to parti participate
cipate participate In the Fund's drive will
bo screened by this committee.
phiiiio L Steers. Jr.. Comptrol
ler of the Panama Canal Co., was
nsmed chairman of the Campaign
Committee. This com mitt ee will
oiaa orianlxed and conduct the
annual fund raising drive.
Msj. Fred Brent, public inform a -tioa
officer of the Caribbean Com Command,
mand, Command, heads uptbe Promotion
and Publicity Committee which will
plan and execute the publicity snd
public inform a tie program for
the annual campaign.
The' Caoal Zone United Fund
wss recently formed for eoe prime
iwi pose to eonauct a amine, um-
iiioa saoskey-caaing campaiga each

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CoastrtorGMst

Mock

TesfsDefeniB

At

exactly 1:31 n.m. today a three-mlnu warhllnf ?

sound of the Canal Zone

tne itnai one 10 "lane cover" as part oi the vast oivil d-
fense exercise being conducted throughout the United States' -and
its territories and possessions. -..
The "take-cover" was ordered minutes after the main eoa-fl -trol
center at Balboa "Heights received, word that an imagi-?."
. nary atomic missile had been dropped in the, vicinity of Mirat '
florea Locks. . :.'.; f- ':
The "alert signal'! sounded H mlnuteg later entorthe
exercise for thogeneral pubUc. iHowever, ctlpr Got. W. kt V
fi,0dl?I2n'.CIvli Se,enM 'WTMUp Dade and offfclale it 4 i
fnSSKmel.F?rt;Vpent 4h Mst f afternoosi deter,
mining the -extent of damage, receiving reports of casualties
'nd mapping plans to combat the imaginary disaster'
. i L ''. t'

, i sKENCI NW CENTER, OPERATION ALER.T
July 1? (UP) t--The nat.oaunaer9oes o mod? nii'ehVrV
ack today witrj governrnentond civil defenst organiza
!?7fca,l.?b,eW ta meet th jmaginory crisis
r e$yfn;. Eisenhower Vas to be whisked outof Wosh
wgton bjr helicopter as more than ino Am., .:.:.'

If1re-AieCQ0reorevncBuc,r Pmeling in Optr
fltiort Alert 1957, -'- V-V f..v -
;XTh s-w- ,t,B VV.reWd tf.!,.rJo"s- Th

,iv-t .i.o,j piiaje .f iiie t;i't
designed to test ,the Ability i of
.civilian aeiense- worxers to cope
with- tne havoc that would be
caused by nuclear bombings.
- The training" exercise also will
give government-agencies expe
rlence in manning emergency
centers to evaluate "plans for
the mobilization and allocation
Of manpower and material re resources
sources resources In a post-attack situa
tion,"
Government departments will
be "relocated at sites in a wide
radius away from Washington'.
The White House -said
Eisen-
hower's fMght (about
2 p m.
Icrvrv tl.
EDTl today was not directly
connected with the alert but
only to test helicopter, travel
and White House emergency
communications.
The first phase of operation
Kin Of Toscanini
Out Of Danger
MILAN. Italy: July 12 (UP)
fionia Horowitz, granddaughter ofl
the late maestro Arturo Toscanini,
i out of daneer and in "satisfac
tory condition,'; ner doctor saw
today.-'". ...... -V
Miss Horowitz, ll. svas mjurec
criticallv in an
automobile acci-
dent Juno 30. She was, unconscious
unm m uy
Drive
year throughout the Zone to sup
port the various charitable, health,
welfare and community organize
tions that .witt.pa.rtlcipsjte. in. the.
nrnffrim --- .2,
-. The United Fund will replace
the Community Chest and cer certain
tain certain other- ogency requests for
funds. It will reduce duplication
end expense caused fry separate
campaigns and make 9 bossiblo
for person to wake, one con
tribwtion a -year in Support of
the varioue participating agon.
cms, which era expected .to in include
clude include some 14 agencies formerly
in trie Cemmunisty .Cheat the
Rod Cret and possibly .the Can..
cor.Coinniittoo end erher health
agencies.' t-.-
' The committee t and committee
chairmen whoso names were re
leased by the governor's office to today
day today were recommended by a spe
cial three-man committee wtucn
.met June 21 with the Fund's ex
ecutive director, Paul M. Raano-
strand. who is executive secretary
of the Caaal Zone. The committee
was composed of Will Arey. Jr,
Rabbi Nathan Witkia and CoL I.
L. Manly. -- -v -
- Actually the fund has five stand stand-big
big stand-big committees. The fifth is the
Executive Committee, The presi president
dent president acts as chairman of the ex
ecutive Committee whoso member membership
ship membership also includes the chairmen
of the Tour other standing com-
.iCeaiaaae oai raft i4

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air-raid sirens warned everyone ia
pnase began more than
month ago with the axsumptlo'
of a "heightened, toternattojn
reniaUdoSlQrt ,nteftutI,w
This was foUowed by 'an Inii
on a friendly ns
tion and then an assault pre ?
claimed a hypothetical nationi 1
emergency and threat of Inva
sion, requiring the readiness t
military and civilian defenses.,
Off Khrushchev's
'Clean' Bomh Blast-
WASHINGTON, July : H ivt
The White House'yesday brusho :
Ztt, .0tnSm'' eharg -by
Nikita S. Khrushchev that Prei
dnt Eisenhower was guilty;,
"Stupidities" when he spoke of t
clean H-bomb." f ; I, ,
A statement approved in a"
vsnce by President Jasennowt
and Secretary of Stato John Fost
er Dulles sad this country ,wi
continue its effort to" develop- ".
bomb free of deadly radioactia
faUout .'
It said "the avoidance of Ws
human destruction ia an atom!
war" has been and will eonttmi
to be just at important- to'lh
administration as the avoidance
war itself, '..
The statement was prompted b) -Khrushchev's
recent criticisaa
Eisenhower's news conference" ri
msrks about the possibility od
veloping a "clean" H-bombc.
four or five years.
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The Soviet Communist pert
.leader told a Prague audirtiei
.that bombs mean wholesale ait
nihilation of women and childro -and
questioned how there coul
be "clean bombs for dirty things.
"Eisenhower is a man of pria
ciple and integrity," Khrushcbe
said, "but look what stupidities.
says when he speaks of -Jean "hy
drogen bombs." ''..-i -'
' ' '
Press' Secretary James-C-Hsf
erty read the White House state
ment to reporters. Asked If t
ruled 'out a halt, in atomie testini
even if the London disarmamen
talks reached agreemenit on ths
point. Hagerty declined to "ea
pand.'
Ho added that he considered th
question "pretty faf afield."
The chief executive .quoted th
scientists who. told him about pit
gross toward a clean bomb s
saying they would need .four a
five more years of testing to man
tt a reality. ;.
' Hagerty said "he discussed th
Khrushchev- .statement with m
President this morning and Thi
Eisenhower "of course" approve
the White House reply Hartrt
also said Dulles was "tuy UaU

While House Shmoi

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By VICTOR RICSBL

A littli melancholy music, Pro-

lessor. J- or ut, not for Dave Beck.
He's not weocine in bis beer busi

ness. He's go a good bead and the
old bucsra is using it in a power
play to retain control of the Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters tnd nerhaDS stav on as pres

ident despite the big scandal of

1857.

This I Dust on to you as the

positive opinion of the handful f

top leaden of the AFL-CIO, a
band oi informed men whose grape
vine, tnough of ancient vintage,

out-pertorms the most modern e-

lectronie communication services.

I offer to you as fact their be

lief in the following: Jimmie (three
spy) Hdt'H has a mutual assist

ance pact with Dave Beck, work

ing with this coalition is the in

fluential Western Conference' of
Teamsters chief, Frank Brewster.
Between them they have enough
votes to control the Brotherhood's
convention in September in Miami

Beach.
There fs no taming of the shrewd
and the tact is that both Hoffa
and Beck want the nrasidencv. if

they are free. They have told each

otner tnis in personal conversa

tions and through intermediaries.

This may amaze the public, but
which of you casts. votes in the
Teamsters' convention?
Hotfa has tried to talk Beck out
of even toying with the idea. But
Beck isn't yielding easily. The fact
is that rince Beck has been out of
the Kleig lights, he has run the

Teamos from Seattle.

It is Beck who flew into New

York the other day to talk secret

ly with Eastern Teamster officials

and then take wing for Miami

Beach to make the linal arrange

ments for the big show.

It is Beck who reappointed Frank

Brewster as head of the Western
Conference ot 'Teamsters without
as much as a phone call to any
Other union official, except Hoffa.

It is Beck who set the date ior

the Teamsters executive board

session in Los Angeles for July

first and then dispatched a com command
mand command nor to all vice presidents

to be creuared to spend seven days

over the July Fourth holiday in instead
stead instead of the usual three of four
day sessions.

It is Beck who then postponed

the session fur a week hoping that

Jim Hoffa would be out of the Fed

eral trenches by the Fourth and

would fly west. This the Big Broth

er did because he did not want

to face tie opposition without Jim

mie s strong band to pound toe

table for bim

It is Beck who thought that the

several score legal loophole lanc lancers,
ers, lancers, otherwise known as the Team

stars' lawyers. should spend some

pleasant days at the Antlers'. Ho

tel in Colorado springs starting

July IS.
It is Beck who saw to it that

one of the featured speakers would

be a professor from tne universi university
ty university of Wisconsin, none other-than
Nathan Feuuinger, on of Ameri America's
ca's America's brightest labor experts.-
It is Beck who finally approved
the agenda for this briefing ses session
sion session on how to make the Teamos
fallout a.i clean as possible.
Among "the 20 legal subjects vi vital
tal vital to the Teamsters" will be skull

practice on "abuses of witnesses
by Senate and Congressional Com

mittees during hearings in wmcn
committee members and staff em

ployes act as both persecutor and
prosecutor ... Current hearings be before
fore before the Senate Labor-Management
Committee and their over-all ef effect
fect effect on trade unionism... the Hobbs
(anti-rsekfcteering) Act... the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court decisions ... Import-

Old Bolshevik Fallout

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MERRY

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SIIW MARION

WASHINGTON One ot the

most interesting legislative pheno phenomena
mena phenomena in American history is now

taking place in Washington. The
Supreme ; Court which was creat-

oers to make It appear Invtnei
Die. 1
Out of this conversation came
the aooointment of the late Hen

ry Suydam, then correspondent of

ed by T the Constitution.' jaij being the Brooklyn Eagle.'rlater ieditor

subordinated by Congress to the of the Newark News. as public
EBI which was never contemplat- relation expert for the 'FBI.
ed by the .(CAlutioa.i.A:As.;' '.. Suydm ,(C)id a great job for-th
A bill to put the Supreme Court FBI. It bad been severely criticiz criticiz-in
in criticiz-in its place and protect the- FBI ed in the Harding administration

is being rushed through Congress .when it was under William J.

m record time, with, only one wit- Burns, and scarcely noticed in ine
ness testifying and with little de-.Coolidgp-Harding administration.
bate m committee. :&iv-&ii--.n-'- But Suydam, began publicizing
The Congressional storm- was it. He went out to Hollywood, sold

raised by FBI lobbyist Lou Nich-.the. movie producers on the idea
ols, plus Justice Brennan's 7-to-l.tliat there wac a great treasure of

decision hi the, Jencks case, giv

ing a defendant the limited right

to loot at statements made by an

f ;bj uucrmer about him.

f

Whan Senator O'Mahonay dis discussed
cussed discussed fhis In a meeting f th
Judiciary Committee, it wa ob obvious
vious obvious that only two Senators, h

rad the Jencks decision. Th
others hadn't bothered t read

it, ware convinced it opened FBLj
ft! I X ftll.l II. t -1

ia a Timing axpauiiion

drama in FBI files. Masszines

blossomed out with stories by and
about J. Edgar Hoover.- Overnight
the FBI became famous. 1
Then mysteriously an amend
ment crept into the Justice De-'
partment appropriation bill J that
no funds could be paid to any as

sistant to the Attorney uenerai

with Butler ef Maryland, had Uvho was not a, lawyer. Henry Suy

When

dam was not a lawyer. His sala

ry w 1 out. He resigned. ;

Nobody asked how the amend-

ment sot into the aonroPriation

bill. Thcv knew. Publicity'' Wise..

t pnoneu several mem-.the FBI had learned to walk a-

So Much Security
By BOB RUARK

bers of the House judiciary Com Committee
mittee Committee to esk them if they had

read Justice Brennan's opinion.

they Admitted they hadn't.. Yet

1 tney were rushing, through, a bm

to overrule mat opinion large largely
ly largely because 0 the FBI Attorney
General Brownell, over-all boss of
the FBI," did not want to go near nearly
ly nearly as far as the FBI lobbyists
Thus the question is inescapa inescapable:
ble: inescapable: What is the power of the
tBI? How is it able to influence
Congressmen 2 How can If push

a diu through congress in a few

I think I am more sorry than

not for the vouna people who. hav

ing finished college, are now in

in nrorpss. of settling down for

a life of toil and travail. There is

so much security around, bar the

big item the atom that a lot

01 tne tun ot gamoung must ue
missina. XI

It is a serious, sober bunch of

sprouts that we have raised
through World War II and the

Korean troubles. Most 01 tne ones
I'v met act like old folks. They
start going steady in nearly a ma marital
rital marital status at 14 or 15, and gen generally
erally generally adopt the air of young fo fogies.
gies. fogies. ; 's
They have been, largely Mama-

raised, with Pop away to the wars,
throueh a period of unprecedented

prosperity. Largely they hav not

experienced the exhilaration of
trying to whip a grinding poverty,

as was the good fortune 01 us De

pression kids.
Just about anybody who wants

to work at anything can pick and

choose today -- expeciaiiy the en

gineers with hairy ears and tne

laboratory hoys.

Evan in tne south, wnicn gen generally
erally generally underpay it newspaper
peopla, dewy journalism grad graduate
uate graduate are being courted by the
papers, and soma am atartinf aa
high a, a hiindmd bucks weak.
This is a distant yelp from th
days whan a $12-a-wek aopy bey

was considered a choice oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity by an MA from Colum Columbia.
bia. Columbia.
The building man of tomorrow
has been accursed by lots of boons.
He pioneered a fresh guild called
"teen-ager," in which, the hobble hobbledehoy
dehoy hobbledehoy received special status as
a persm instead of just being al allowed
lowed allowed to Topsify himself into or ordinary
dinary ordinary growth.
Bill and Betty were early in informed
formed informed that they were special
segments ot the population, with

special rights, privileges, clothes.

ished as children for being naugh naughty
ty naughty nor made to face up to facts
as an adult. Television and the

blue jean formed their character,
a? did the crewcut and the pony pony-tail
tail pony-tail ha.rdo.
Vandalism, and juvenile delin delinquency
quency delinquency seemed to mark their ear early
ly early formative time in odd va

riance to the later, sober.- rather

L. t :' :

uuu Bern vu ior security m juus.

J he average kid cut loose today

doesn't ponder the possibility of

making a million or busting out

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ant NLRB rulings... The AFL-CIO
mersrer ... Welfare and pension

funds... and the rash of right-to-

work -laws..."

From these" briefing sessions the

lawye.-s will fan out to 1 all parts
of the country for the war, not

omy on me senate, dui on w ua"
tional AFL-CIO y leadership itself.
AFL-CIO prebident George Meany
apparently has sent word that the
Teamrtors will be bounced if Jim
Hoffa is president, or Dave Beck,
of course,- or if their coalition ob obviously
viously obviously controls th Teamsters dur during
ing during the next five year term in that
union.
Beck's five year plan calls for
exaetly that sort of control. If he
can't be president, he'll try to slip
the crown to Hoffa. If Jimmie is
too hot, Hoffa will wait. He's only
42 now and can take over at 47.
So thoy'll try to put a front man
in. Whoever he is, he'll be no in innocent
nocent innocent front and the war in inside
side inside labor win really rage. i

habits, pastimes, problems andin thf process. He wants to know
that they were neither to be pun-' about tne pension Dlatt and is al

ready counting the days until he

cashes his social security. Fossl Fossl-Dlythe
Dlythe Fossl-Dlythe ;lerly '-delinouencv 'was-'a

final fling at youth scarcely be

gun.

1 was cast onto the world some

years ago this summer, into a

world that was barren of inhs. ff

yen bad ones, and it was sort of

wonderful. You had nothing what

soever to lose, so that anything

mat Happened was an improve

ment on the score. The richest I

shall ever be was when I left one

paper, where I was making $12
each week, for- a raise of three
bucks. Those three bucks made

all the difference.
My bunch had a sort of joyous
disregard of practicality. We all
had ttarvad in varying degrees
"through the sad yaara of 192a 192a-'35,
'35, 192a-'35, so poverty held no threat to
our piace of mind Wa had n
Thunderbirds to losr no Cadillac
.convert to protect. Wa had not
' gon steady and entertained no

thoughts af matrimony unless
the bride was willing to eat air

-

1?" AE ilLl Sunt STthV'oM

Army's sew, atom-age mask.

pictured above, is designed, to
protect soldiers against inhaling
radioactive fallout particles ar
well as war gases and germ
warfare agent. Filters built
into the mask replace the usual
canister-type filter device. First
shown at Edgewood Arsenal,

MH f cald ta nravide easier V

breathing, better vision and im improved
proved improved speech transmission in
addition to being mar com comfortable
fortable comfortable to wear, says the Army.
It will not protect against direct
atomic radiations

lone.

, PUBLICITYMINDED FBI
J. Edgar Hoover. during : 1 this
time had bee doing a good job.
He had been doing a good t job
before. But he hadn't understood
publicity .vHe vas just anefficient
cop. Since then he has understood
both crime detection: and publici publicity..
ty.. publicity.. Tbe combination has worked
wonders. - x :.-
Whet, the Nazi1 saboteurs landed
on the U.S. coast during the war.

days where -other bills take weeks the FIBI cot the credit for catch-

or months?.:. Does this .power rest jng them: No newspaperman that
on efficiency, or on fear? J know of, including myself, pub pub-The
The pub-The JiiestlOil. m a democracy, lished the rati truth, that tha aa-

is nifcciy ..important, tnougn .one

which most newsmen hesitate to
discus. For it pays to have the

FBI as a friend. Its executives can
be helpful news sources or dan dangerous
gerous dangerous antdgonists.
It also pa& a Congressman to
be friendly to the FBI. For it has
a complete rundown on every Con Congressman,
gressman, Congressman, his private life 4and his
family. Furthermore, no Congress Congressman,
man, Congressman, if defeated or desirous of

another govcrnmeut, job, can be

jboteurs telephoned the FBI and
gave themselves up-.:;;; '

Whaf- Elizabeth Bentley; trn
confessed Russian agent, want wanted
ed wanted to make a clean breast ef
It, the FBI again got th cred
: It. Wa of th press did not. pub
lith th. fact that th FBI at
first wouldn't tna her, for weak
rafuiad- to believe her story.
When the, Bobby Greenlease kid kidnapers:
napers: kidnapers: were finally caiisht in St.

come a judge or hold government I'Ouis, and J. Edgar Hoover rush rush-office
office rush-office without clearance from the ed out with an announcement that
FBI.. r Jhe FBI'once again: had cracked

a case, few newsmen published
the, real truth namely, that Lieut.
Lou Shoulders, a St. Louis con.

an hannrn. that' m nit h.rt. really caught the' kidnapers. ..r-

nevEob Allen, and I were in 0n When Boston burglars pulled th

THB FBI BUIUD-Uf

ud the old adrena

lin, nev.er you fear. There was a
certain determination to make it
big, m be poor no more, to take
the world by the scruff and cuff

it into submission.

This thought v often occurred to
This f thought often occurred to

me as I swept phosphate rock.

sulphur dust, and sheep manure

from the 'tween-decks hold of th

hungry ship Sundance, Hamburg-

Antwerp-Liverpool bound out of

savannah, tor the startling sum
of 10 bucks a week. And I had

fought a man with my fists for

the lob.-

Nop. I lea, kind of aorrv fori

uus Duncn. xven Deaore uey

start tney got n made.

the t giQund floor whenit was .de

eded 10 build up. the FBI; so per perhaps
haps perhaps I can report objectively on
the Wanner' in hich,'th FBI 1s
become more powerful with Con

gress man dhe supreme court.)
Th build-up dates back to
the Lindbergh kidnaping and th
rash of .crime that want with it.,
Homer Cummings, than Attor Attorney
ney Attorney General, invited Bob Allen
and tne to dinner, explained that
hs was worried about th kid kidnaping
naping kidnaping and proposed a cure.
The cur was to build up th
FBI to th point where th
crook considered th G-man In
vlnclbl. If th kidnaper knew
he was certain to. be caught,
Cummings argu-id, the crim
w- would and. : -He
asked ua who in the news

paper world had enough imagina imagination
tion imagination to build up the FBI maga magazines,
zines, magazines, .movies, radio, and newspa-

An Old On

NORTH STONINGTON, R. I.
(UP) Ronald Greene. 14. found.

30-pound snapping turtle in Wyas Wyas-sup
sup Wyas-sup Lake which experts believe

may oe mora than 100 veara old.

The oldest known turtle is said to ft hu mora infliHtnce with Con-

by on St Helena Island, where gress than perhaps any agency ia
Napoleon was exiled in 1815, and government, even regarding a ease
I; beLeved to b mors than l0 where tha FBI witness was later

years old. 'convicted of perjury;

Brinks bank robbery on Jan 17,
1950, oie of the .biggest in history,
the FBI let, six yeartgp by witli
out', catching them.; Then, vwhen
Pistr jet Attorney Garrett B. Byrne
finf lly'got th clue that trapped
the robbers, FBI publicity Tnan
Ldu' Nichols rushed out an an an-nouhcement
nouhcement an-nouhcement from J.: Edgar' Hoo Hoo-ber
ber Hoo-ber taking the credit
On the whole the FBI continues

to do a good job. It did an espe

cially good job wnen it was as
small, compact unit, and when J.
Edgar Hoover was working full

time at the job of catching crooks.

He's older now, not in the' best
of health, and spends part of the
time in New York, Arizona,: or ta
Jolla beach, California,
. b 1 mmt 1 lJ

but as rno roi naa axpanoaa
from handful of agents 1 13
111 agents and A other employes,
it, like' any other fast-growing
rganizotion, has picked up e6m
phonies. Soma of thim : have
been witnesses In Important
cases, 'such as Harvey Matusew,
th witness who committed per per-ury
ury per-ury in the Jencks -ease which
th Suprem Court has now
thrown ut.
And the mvsterv Is how the

FBI has reached the point'-where

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Artist's Life

Answer, to Previous Puzzle"

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painter
(French
landscape
artist
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aubstance

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sntelopw :
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silkworm
IT Light brown
1 Harden, as
( -cement
20 Slight taite
22 Mariner'
direction
2S Weight of
India

24 Measure ot

a dutanca (pi.)
28 Footlike part
2T Diminutive
of Samuel

28 Transgression tr

wraia notices
in newspapers
SO Collection of
. : sayings
31 Reply (ab.)

12 Rugged ,,

mountain Spur

84 Bustle
33 Unit of energy

98 East (Fr.)

38 Commander

Victorian i
i Order (ab.)

32 New Guinea

ort

40 Before
42 Artist's
iubject,
45 Closer
48 Natural

mistake '- s:

8 Theological :

Society of

18 Onager
21 Italian
sculptor
23 Legislative
bodv V

v 33 Physostigmint

34 Genus of
grasses -,
'' 35 Otherwise
37 Play the part

America (ab.) 2S Youths "' of host

- 6 Celsius (ab.) '28 Fir tree i 38 Flake
7 Mrs. Johnson 28 American 0 41 Sea eagles

-' Washes lightly v genre painter 43 Entangle

9 Command in England
10 Trial 31 Embellishes
12 Venerates 32 Brazilian
13 Low sand hill macaw

44 Summer (Fr.)
48 Figure
(comb, form)
47 Dined

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Cristobal KolC
Council 1689
Installs Officers

. A formal', ceremony was con

ducted in the Margarita Knights

of Columbus. Home, for the in

stallttion of the newly eWcted

officers, of the Cristobal Knights
of Columbus-Council 1689.
i The' following officers & were
elected by unanimous votes and
received the emblems of their
office, at the Installation: f

; Qrtnd -"Knight, Bernard J.
CraigSr.; Deputy Grand, George
Bonneau, Jr.' Chancellor, Ernest
L'Hereux; 'Treasurer, Michael S.
Brzezdnskir Advocate, Warren
Drellr; Recorder, Gabriel Marti Martinez;
nez; Martinez; Lecturer. Georee Husted:

IWaraen.'Dlomedes Rivera;-In

side Guard, William Leland;

Outside. euard,i-j;ohn,".Lamoo-

tagnand 8-Year'sf rustee, JO'
seph A. Blalkowskl. V

, The Installation ceremony was

conducted by district deputy Al

bert E.v Greene ana aestrict

ratn- lfltnn T Uallv fmrW t.hi

Balboa 1 Knights of Columbus

council.

Air Force Cancels

Developed Program

Of tlavaho Missile

WASHINGTON, July 12 (UP)
WASHINGTON, j Julv 11 (UP.V-

The Air Force today cancelled Its
half billion', dollar developmental

crocram for the 1.700-mue-an-hour

Navaho intercontinental guided

missile a :

Air Force Secretary James H

Douglas bUmed budget problems;

But he" said the program was not
r"loss' because 'it contributed

toward1 development -of even bet
ter weapons, including the inter-

ionttnental ballistics missile.

The Navaho, a project of North
American Aviation, Inc., of Los
Anaeles. wasv one1 of three types

of intercontinental missiles under

development by the government.

In addition to the budget ques

tion,' informants said progress on
balliicsi missiles" probably would

have outmoded the Mavano Detore
all the hues were worked out and

it became 1 available to ..combat

units.
The AlrvFdrce said It was un unable
able unable to provide accurate figures
immediately on the cost of the
Navaho program to date. But one
well-informed official put the figi
urge at about -500 million dollars.
The missile, which can carry
nuclear wearheads, had been un under
der under development since 1946. It is
boosted into the air by rockets
and Is powered through the at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere by two. big ramjet en engines,
gines, engines, i' V.--
The other- twe "types of U.. S.
Intercontinental missiles are:
The 650-mile an hour Snark
which is essentiall s a pilotless
bomber with an ocean-spanning
ranee.- It. has been ordered into

production and the first combat

unit nas oeen activated, ana is
awaiting delivery. ;
The Atlas and Titan ballistics
missiles. Now in the very early
developmental stage, they are ex expected
pected expected to be fired like bullets and
travel through near-space at speed
of more than 10,000 miles an hour.

Sickly Sand Shark
Startles Bathers
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ST. PETERSBURG -BEACH.

Fla July 12, (UP) A sick and

neipiess sand shark kept a few
bathers hoppine- alone the beach

here Wednesday.

W. H. Craven, his .wife and

six-year-old son were swimming

wnen the eight-foot shark

Georgia Govhrnor Shakes Up
States Defense Department

ATLANTA, July 12 (UP)-Gov.
Marvin Grilfin today, appointed
Asst. Aal. Gen. Charles Camp to
replace George J. Hearn as head
of the State Defense Department.
Griffin fired Hearn recently : for
"politicking."
. Earlier, the governor issued a
special statement saying there
was "io dispute" sObetween ; him
and Sen Herman Talmadge.
Griffin was referring to a state statement
ment statement issued by Lt. Gov, Earnest
Vandiver Wednesday in which the
lieutenant governor criticized the
governor for firing three top De Defence
fence Defence Department officials. :
, Vandiver said the three officials
were fired by Griffin because they
were longtime friends of Talmadge
and himself. n.
"There, is no dispute between
Sen. Talmadge and me," said Grif-

'fin. "We are longume menas."

Griffm repeated, However, wai
Hearn Brig. Gen. Homer Flynn
and Col. Charles T. White were
fired because of "their political
activities ia behalf of Vandiver)
interfarrfcd with their jobs." Vandi Vandiver
ver Vandiver is an unannounced but likely
candidate for governor In 1958.
''The state is entitled to a sound
military department and not, a

Four Food Chains
Cut Coffee Price
MTTW YORK.. JllW 12 (UP)

Fdur food chains announced today,
how will- cut the orice on both

their bag and vacuum-packed cof coffee
fee coffee by four cents a pound effective
tomorrow. ....'
The price cut, which wiD bring
ctffee prices to their lowest level

in more than a year, win oe iue
by Great' Atlantic an&JPacifie Tea

Co., Grand Union Co., U.K.. bo-(hack-
SCo.,.- .Inc., and Safeway
Store's, Inc.
A nokesman said the price' re

duction will be made because of

expected nnprovement in me
auantity and quality of the Bra Brazilian
zilian Brazilian coffee crop.
Ho Hum

GENEVA. Switzerland, July is,

bumped Craven's leg. He thought' rupvu s. Ambassador U. Alexis

it was a man-eating tiger shark: j0hnson ,nd communist Chinese

Ambassador Wana Ping-nan met

today for the 68tb time, omplet
in- nparlv two full years of talks

n i 0 1 a :

on Formosa ana American pns

Craven and his family got to
shore very quickly.

Lloyd Hock of Cairo.

plunged into the water, grabbed

the shark by the tall and with
the aid of other' bystanders
hauled It onto the beach.
A' policeman killed the shark

with seven, shots: into its head

m

political one," Griffin said. "Any
other department which becomes
a political beehive will receive the
same treatment." 1
: "Those. appointed by me who
can't pull for the program of this
administration can pull out," the
governor said.
Camp, former aide to Griffia
when- he was lieutenant governor,
has served 27 years in the service
beginning in 1930 when he enlisted
as a private In the Georgia Na National
tional National Guard.
Camp, 43, said the department
will go through a "shakedowtf pe period"
riod" period" before he names replace

ments for his old job and that of

Flynn's, former assistant adjutant
general for. the Air National
Guard. ;
' The new adjutant general has
served as assistant in the depart department
ment department since 1948 during the admin administration
istration administration of M. E. Thompson and
Herman E. Talmadge.
Griffin reappointed Camp, who
once served as his aide, in 1955.
Camp said it would be "difficult"
to fill his former position and that
of Flynn's because both jobs re require
quire require a rank of fujl colonel
"You can count the number of
full colonels In the National Guard
on the fingers ; of your hand,"
Camp said, v :
Camp is a native of Atlanta, is
married and the father of one
child, Leonard C, l-2.
Florida' Finds
USpovernment
Owe! Back Taxes
JACKSONVILLE, Fla;, Jiily 12

(UP) The federal government
is slightly in arrears on its taxes,
the city reported yesterday.

The city of Jacksonville billed

the U.S. attorneys office here-for

more than $600 m city taxes tnat
accumulated from 1888 to 1930 be

fore the federal ; government pur

chased the land on which the post
office stands.
A-government spokesman said
the -statements probably will be

forwarded to the attorney general

in Washington for "instructions."

Official Pop Out
.MUSKEGON, Mich., July 12 -(UP)
Soda pop has been ruled
out during working hours for thirs thirsty
ty thirsty North Muskegon city officials
and employes. Aldermen denied a

BBSsajaasMiBsnaeesKi

jH-. n,f, M'V

oners in Red China,

The meeting lasted more than

two hours and as: usual neither request for, installation of a soft

disclosed what was discussed, drink .vending machine, ;! stating

They had tneir first meeting auk. mat tne "logical out unlikely cll-

t. 1955. The next will be held .Aug.1 max would see the city disoenslne

'8. 1, 1 ', beef" for its constituents."
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ACHIEVEMENT Sp2 Robert W. Childers (left), Finance &
Accounting Of fice, Corozal, receives a Certif Icate- of "Achieve "Achieve-ment
ment "Achieve-ment and congratulations from Col. P. H. Laming (right),
U.S. Army Caribbean finance and accounting officer, in cere1 cere1-monies
monies cere1-monies held -recently at Corozal. Childers, project planner
for finance and accounting machines operations, received the
award for meritorious and outstanding work for the period
Nov. 12,' 1955 to May 15 1957. During this period Childers
served in the statistical and accounting division Office of the
Adjutant General, Headquarters U.S. Army Caribbean, and in
the civilian payroll accounting section. Finance & Accounting
. Office, UJS. Army Caribbean. (U.S. Army Photo)

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: AGE FOUR
New Argentine Envoy Makes
Strong Bid For More US Aid

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i' x COAST.TO-COAST UNDERTAKING Tourists from Australia, Bonnie Coulton 25, left,.

J nd wilga Pruden, 20,. peer irom, meir iju mouei nearse uu men- amvui m on i
I The'girls, schoolteachers at home, purchased the ancient vehicle in Vancouver, and converted
,'the rear space into a double bed.: They will putt-putt (at 30 m.p.h.) down to Mexico and then ;
' tour the eastern half of the United States in the hearse, which they affectionately call "Ursula.

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by Ejrskin Johnioh

i HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) Holly-
Vooditev'Are Talking About: The
ffirate villa 20th Century Fox
rented tot Av Gardner during the
Mexico City location for "The Sun
Also Rises." At the latest count
the lav Ava was entertaining 15
bouse guests, including two bull-

T
Doris Day aharing producer
credit, with hobbylHirtin Melch Melch-r,
r, Melch-r, on "Orttrwyas,' a movia In
which the star will not appear,
iir'a tha story of a young unmar unmar-ld
ld unmar-ld mothtr.
Jllio Hollywood starlet who was
(Sold, a new campaign had been
bunched against malaria,
f "Goodness," she said, "what
fiavo the Malarians done now?"
i Frank Sinatra's promise to
iak that Australian junket ear-
, Jy in This time he says be
already has his reservations. .It
Jvas bound to happen:, A local
Strip teaser's act is billed as: "Ca-
.. jypso Stripso."
THt TEAMING of Leslie Caron

.t MGM. ?Par Boone, who cjin
Afford it,, paying $300 for a' new
suit but muttering as he paid the
. fjill: f wonder iow long it will
lko before-1 stop shuddering?",
. Jean Howell replying to a
iljiinft whK: a cVed hr what fihp
did With ;party leftovers:
' WvesJl. a cab."
It ana Id Caiman finally winning
7i,tM in salary due him for
,fh movie, "Champagne for Cae Cae-kar."
kar." Cae-kar." A smile because in the
tnovia Caiman played a quia
hew contestant so smart ho
! won, as I recall, about 50 mil mil-1
1 mil-1 lin dollars.
' Dean Martin's comment about
hifrelaxed altitude while playing
a local night club: "I was relax relaxed
ed relaxed before Perry Como learned
how to lather.". .Rumors that
Showing at Your Service
Center Theaters Tonight
BALBOA 4:30, 6:10, 7:50
rCANYON RIVER"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
("SATELLITE IN THE SKY"
Late show 10:30 p.m.
hSAILOR of THE KING"
GAMBOA 7:00
("GUN FOR A COWARD"
GATUN 7:00
("OH, MEN! OH, WOMEN!
MARGARITA 0:15 8:00
rEveryttiing But The truth"
ILate show 10:30 p.m.
rSLATTERY'S HURRICANE"
CRISTOBAL 7:N
rDANCE WITH ME, HENRY'
rARAlSO 0:15 1:20
PRIVATE WAR OF
- MAJOR BENSON"
LA BOCA 7:00
Revolt of Mamie Stover"
("SANTA CRCZ S:l 7:35
f MIAMI EXPOSE and
TORT TI"
CAMP BIERD :15 1:15
; "GLORY"
C APITOLIO
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ice-skating star Donna Atwood will
collect close to one million dollars
as a sctlement when she divorc
es John Harris. .Joan Collins
telling pals she'll live in Acapulco
and commute to Hollywood for mo
vies. Wanna bet? . .The London
press hailing Eva Gabor as "The
Acting Gavor." Wait till Zsa Zsa
hears about that. .Gary Crosby s
reported romance with a German
doll he may wed.
Sheila Bromley's maid about
why she shops for bargains in
lettuce: "! just don't like to pav
much for something you eat OFF
of."
That sign on a local entertain
er's Bongo drum:
Made in the West Indies by
Restless isatives."
TV'S LONG-RANGE plans to
star; Mickey Rooney in "Pinochic-s'
Oct. 13 on NBC-TV. .OM mo
vies frcm Hollywood's maior stu
dios grassing, 150 million dollars
in sales to TV during the last 18
months.
The Legion of Decency ban on
"Baby Doll'' limiting its U.S. show
ings by ?5 per cent. . Juanita
Hall, the original "Bloody Mary"
in "Soh Pacific." heine signed
tor the movie version which wiu
costar Miizi Gaynor and Ross a no
Erazzi.
ACTOR JOHN WILDER kidding
about v,hy he's sure of movie
success as the romantic lead in
MGM's "Until They Sail":
"I was born on Bob Hope's
birthday one block from Bing
Crosby's old homo in Tacoma,
Wash."
A new rect-rd for service in the
"armed forces" of show business.
Don Dubbins, who plays the mix-ed-up
young Marine recruit in
Jack Webb's "The D.I.," played
Ensign Pulver in "Mr. Roberts"
on-the stage and on TV; served
under Captain Queeg in the mo movie,
vie, movie, "The Caine Mutiny," and
ducked the Dec. 7 bombs at Pearl
Harbor ir "From Here to Eterni Eternity."
ty." Eternity." Spent two years in uniform
as a i fhl Marine, too.
Special Delivery
MAYWOOD, 111., July 12 (UP)
A weary mail carrier who tried
to deliver the neighborhood let let-1
1 let-1 ters the hard way ran afoul of
the law here. Police said post postman;
man; postman; James Williams, 19. admit
ted weuiiesuay lie uumycu ";
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400 heayy-
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DRIVE-IN
7.00 TODAY! 9:00
POPIXAR NIGHT!
$1.10 per CAR! I
ERROL FLYNN
Gina Iollobrigida In
"CROSSED SWORDS"
Tomorrow!
ONE DAY ATTRACTION!
JUNE ALLYSON
Jack LcmmoB in
"YOU CANT RUN
AWAY FROM IT"
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In TECHNICOLOR!

TIYOLI
IBe. lSe.
BANK! SIMM
Xa VWa en sua Pnn
(French Picture)
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THE GREAT
ADVENTURE

CECILIA;
Harvelous Doulbe Features I
Henry Fonda In
THE WRONG MAN
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Kirk Douglas In
LOVE AFFAIR
with Susan Hayward

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DEAD Mrs. Grace Goodhue
Coolidge, 78, widow of former
President Calvin Coolidge, died
in her sleep at Northampton,
Mass. Her death was attribut attributed
ed attributed to a heart condition.
Henpecked Spouse
Heads Rosier' Of
Problem Drinkers
tn
as.
LOS ANGELES, July 12 (UP)
A judge whose court handles
99,000 drunk cases a year, said
the henpecked husbands top the
list of problem drinkers.
Judee Robert Clifton of the Los
Angeles courts, listed tfre type -of
drinkers who get into trouble at
the annual instiute for Scientific
Studies for the Prevention of Al
coholism yesterday,
Besides henpecked husbands the
list included:
"Wives who are not appreciated
hv their husbands: job hater who
think they have missed the boat
their great chance in life: the guy
who spends' more than he makes;
snH t n',-nn ho has an in inferiority
feriority inferiority complex.'
Tell Tale Stripes
CHICAGO, July 12 (UP)
Robert Holmes was quiet enough
but his shirt was too loud.
Holmes, and two others managed
to elude police for six hours
Wednesday by hiding behind
false walls of a Chicago theater
But a policeman spotted Holmes'
brightly striped shirt through a
hole In the wall and arrested
the trio on burglary charges.
Charitable Moves
HOLLYWOOD, July 12 (UP)-
. ., ... t,,-- Dialr tnnt
raised $10,000 lor cnanty ty ao-
ine a strip-tease. But the last
successful bidder had to wait
until she returned from her
dressing room fully clothed be-
fore he eould collect her Bikini.
Today Encanto .25
AT 9:00 P.M.
LOS MONARCAS DEL AIRE
On the Screen
TWO PICTURES I
Today IDEAL JO .10
"Biasing The Overland Trail"
Chap. I.- 9
-Ambush At' Tomahawk"
Thundering" frontier"
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BUENOS AIRES, July 12 (UP)I

Mauricio Yadarola, new Argentine
ambassador to the United States,
made a strong bid today for great
er-economic cooperation from the
American government and busi
ness. He said sucn cooperation
was needed to fully restore the
Argentine economy, v depleted in
the ten-year dictatorship of Juan
u. Feron.
Yadarola will leave for Wash
ington within the next ten days.
In an interview with the corre correspondent
spondent correspondent he said frankly that Ar Argentina
gentina Argentina felt that U.S. cooperation
with the present revoltuionarjr
government had fallen short of ex expectations..
pectations.. expectations..
t He predicted confidently that
"democratic forces will win" the
Jul v 28 elections for delegates to
I National Constituent Assembly.
the first general polling to be held
since the fall of Feron nearly two
yers. ago.
The new ambassador urged the
US. government and private en
terprise to have confidence in Ar Argentina's
gentina's Argentina's political future and he
listed the following areas In which
American cooperation could be
broadened:
Increased exports of Argentine
products to the United States by
the elimination of trade restric restrictions
tions restrictions which prevent the placing
of certain Argentine products,
sucn ,as dairy foods.
An increased flow of private
U.S. capital "to work here for our
mutual benefit, in a country which
offers vast posibilities for Jnvest-
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Today, Friday, July 12
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4:00 Feature Review i
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re
quests taken by phone
till 3:00)
i:30 Newa u
5:35 What'g Your Favorite
i (cont'd)
: 00 Musical Interlude
6:15 Sports
.fiEVIEw(FalMrt Beer'
a: SO Your Dancins-. Party
' ?!OC-Thirty-Mlnute nTiietet
7:30 VOA Report from U.S.
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Hancock's Half Hour
i:oo You Asked For It (re-
quests taken by phone
till 7:30)
9:30 Y6u-Asked For It' (re (re-10:30
10:30 (re-10:30 Calling All Forces
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
12:00 Sign Off.
. Tomorrow, Saturday, July IS
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club (reouesta t taken
by phone till 7:00) -7:30
Jasz Salon :
8:15 The Hour of St. Francis
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News
9:15 The Christophers
9:30 As I See It
10:00 Newa
10:05 Spins And Needles (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phons
till 8:30)
11 -sn BBfi Jazz Club
11:05 Spins And Needles
(cont'd)
11:30 Journey Into Space
12:00 News
P.M.
12:05 Luncheon Music
12:30 New Tune Time
1 :00 News
1:15 Serenade In Blue
1:30 Wayne King Serenade
2:00 Les Brown Show -2:15
Rhythm And Reason
2:30 Paris Star Time v v-3:00
3:00 v-3:00 Concert On The Mall
3:30 Music For Saturday
4:00 interlude (15 Min.)
4:15 Church of Christ
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re-
quests taken by phone
till 3:00)
5:30 News
5:35 What's Your p a o r 1 1 1
(cont'd)
6:00 Guest Star
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Manhattan Melodies.
6:45 Do It Yourself
too Murh-Btndlnff
7:30 VOA Report from U.S. f
8:00-Saturday Night pancm
Party c
8:30 Educating Archie
9:00 Your Hit Parade
9:30 Ray's A Laugh
10:00 Music From Hotel El Pan
ama V
10:30 Owl's Nest (requests
taken by phone through throughout
out throughout program
1:00 a.m. Sunday Sign Off.
Oft .'
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Day To Renaember
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ment and" 'development and full

guarantees on such investments."
An ample bank loan, to be re repaid
paid repaid over an adequate period, for
the renewal of worn out industrial
machinery, farm equipment and
trucking. As a supplement to the
100 million dollar Export-Import
Bank t loan already granted for
railway.Xport and highway im
provement.
Ya.darola expressed confidence
he would be able to promote
greater r. economic, cooperation
from U.S. bankers and business businessmen,
men, businessmen, based on Argentina's "sin "sincere
cere "sincere desire for the participation
of U.S. ;., capital In the economic
reconstruction of this country."
Argentina o tiers, he added,
"great economic postvp'-'g
absolute guarantees for the rizht
oi private capital.-
Federal health experts nteent.lv
warnea carents aeainst auietint?
juisv, unruiv cniiaren wir.n tran.
qutlizing drugs.
ihey point out that it is good
ior Mid numsn race to De subject
to worrjr .anxiety ; and dissatisfac dissatisfaction.
tion. dissatisfaction. Tliey added that if everyone
were made nappy dv tranoui i-
zing drugs there wouldn't be any
progress, r
Why doesn't somebody warn
parents that, giving in to a child's
every demand in order to make
him "happy" is just as bad med medicine
icine medicine as ieeding him tranquilizing
drugs?
Many parents have been mak making
ing making tht mistake ever since the
'experts" started preaching the
doctrine of .the well-adjusted child.
The theory that the most imoor-
tan thing in the world is to. help
Junior be "an accepted member
ol his group" has tied a1 lot of
parents in knots.
Maybe these parents misinter
preted the experts' advice. But
the fact remains that a. lot of
them have been trying to give
their children happiness instead of
teaching them how-to earn it.
All their children have to do to
change "No" to "Well,, all right"
is to plead "All the other kids get
to do such and such."
FEAR DICTATES
Fearful ot making Junior dif
ferent and putting obstacles in
the path of his acceptance by o o-ther
ther o-ther .children', parents let(,.' "what
til the other kids are domf de determine
termine determine what their own can do.
Jt'ty.t .J;.rP i -'-Va .-;5;
" B'jrtne ttrhe ilie 'If? teen-gersj
children brought up on the' "let
'em be happy and well-adjusted
at all costs" theory are' a spoiled,
demanding lot. They' resent author
ity when they meet lip with it
at school or through the law. They
expect their parents to give them
everything they want. They are
rebellious if their parents belated belatedly
ly belatedly try to establish some authority-
Isn't it as unsound to try to make
a child happy by letting him do
as he V.Ieases as it is to try to
make him happy by feeding him
tranquilizing drugs?
' (All rights reserved, NEA'Ser NEA'Ser-vice,
vice, NEA'Ser-vice, Lie.)
fflaMWBHI I i J
Smort girls get what they wont
nM.twu, injn trying.
"THE BODY Actress Marie
(The Body) McDonald, lart in
the newa mt a reported kidnap
victim, returned to the stage in
this revealing Travilla own.
Mis McDonald wears tbe $4,800
flimsy in her act at a Lai 3'

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PROUD 'WINNERS For their exceptionally jnerltorlous service during- their tours of, duty
with Caribbean Command headquarters, Lt. Col. Eugene P. Rlchter, USAF, and Maj. Sanford
Coffin, USA, have received Commendation Ribbons.. They pose with Lt. Gen, Robert M. Mon
tague, commander in chief, Caribbean command, and their wives following a brief presenta.
tion ceremony yesterday in Montague's' office at Quarry Heights. Left to right are; Jilon
tague; Mrs. Eugene P. Richter; Richter, foreign aid officer, J-4; JCoffin, officer in charge
Detachment M,' J-2, and Mrs. Sanford Coffin. Both officers are returning, to the U.S. this
month after completing a three-year- tour of duty in the Canal Zone. (U.S. ArmyPhoto)

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pipalChutchirt Houstenieiasf was
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" aiiuiigi: wm wci. auyyum wevwiiu auapy water. ma me aim

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erirk acrttiwn THF r.DOr.K
as a dance floor during a stunt
many. There's plenty Of room to

KISSER AnVthing'for'sweet charity, says Rev. H. A. Willke.

the uafchirnbis Chf df the cVui-ch,

pansnioners ifi spena lots ol quarters lor lots ol sponges. A tea, v

Brimful of hamv teen-agers, this

dreamed up for a new film comedy being made in Hamburg, Ger-i i

swingas the dancers et all stirred
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WEEK 7 END

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By OSWALD JACOB
Written for NEA Service

Btfc UAKthUL Kiswng a wte to reroemDer, Charles Voder, ol Leavenworth, Kan, points
to the approximate location olj the queen bee amid the swarm of thousands ot bees that blanket blanketed
ed blanketed the Inside ot this cigar company truck. Jtfst what it was that attracted the buzzing crea creatures
tures creatures was undetermined. The bees were later drawn away from the Vehicle via some wax la
a box which .attracted, the quean bee and then t,he rest of the swarnv

Devalera Moves To Avoid Clashes.;
As North Irish Mark 'Orange Day'

DUBLIN. Julv 12 (UP)-Premier

Eamor. Devalera last night order

ed 2,000 armed police to the bor border
der border to prevent i Irish i Republican
Army gunmen from explosing
Northern Ireland's "Orange Day'
Celebrations into bloodshed today.
Sharp-shpoting uniformed and.
niain rlnthef. nolicemen drawn

Vesuvius May Blow
lis Top In 1961,
Says Volcanologisl

NAPLES, July 13 (UP), Vesu Vesuvius
vius Vesuvius is still ''breathing.''

jMeanomans, who considered it

made plans to deal with any raids

by the rapioiy-diminismn? i.k.a.
and its political sister the Sinn

Fein party, r
Workmen enlarged the Curraeh

Internment camp in the Irish Re-an affront that their world-famous
public today. Some 56 Sinn Fein I volcano: had "died' after its big
members are' already: is custody eruption in 1944, have been assur-

1 thprf- Thpv mav h( inimpfl in a ed that s hillowins ninnsrlp nf

from provncial,' precincts took v f.w pw& by;.nearly 60 I.R.A. men smoke will again grown, their, pic-

posiuons awng we wuiuius, aireeay jn jau 'wno may ve re- luie-pustrcaro mountain. : ; :
mil. frmitipr Northern Ireland poi arrasind a their pxistmo spntpnr. Thev assurance was eiveii bv 1

lio aitri auxiliaries also prepared es end s under. Devalera recent taly's foremost volcanoloeist. Prof.

fort the most testing "twelfth" in proclamation all can' be held with- Giuseppe Imbo.t "who has spent 30
20 iears.,.- '. lout trial for 'as ,long a the Pre- years nursing the; man- killing

. ', imier sees fit.f .jnounrain irom an observatory on-
Tensiorf1 on : both sides of the ,ly two miles from one of its crat-
- line Ktenod following Jjevalera's ,Few Pc"nS WlU T fmT
roundunthis week of known I.B'tfers' routes across the border to- Vesuvius,, 'he said, is merely

h. iiiiirrijw. rmir.K in riiii.ii aiiikei w u nieemrr thrmioh .. ot t nn WmmA

shmtlntfX'a vouna Northern Ire- shoot at persons not' using the mxc rest.'! His declaration explod-

1 authorized enecx-points 'to cross.! ed the eeneral belief that solid

lauu jwiw; wuvw. , cnm inn inn Oranirppn staunph ltra on k..r.rlAl

It wai feared flis action may w v "0-- (Uia ocTwTi umuuigh uiwib
lark trouble at -anv of the 21 non-Catholic loyalists-are expect thick had hermetically sealed Jhe
JmnrfcJriitinn nointa wherel ed to march in processions craters and killed the mountainias

nan trill polphrntp fhP "ViP- uuuubuiuui uic sii tuumies viiau atiivc vuiianu. ;
njeq Will' ceieuraie tne ) rnrtprn TrpTnnil ; Thov will fco.ir Tm.n tnail eria'nf fot win.

ttSSS Jame, III hes by Premier Urd

- V', i wuiuucii, i'liiiiaLci ; mji j t,uiii II iff iK i w tuv vmij vuc jua uutuueau

soark

demoristration

Orange;

tory
over

' in 1690,

TiUI-.r liiiu 4rU Via.

. i a o-1 others

extremist plot to .''invade" North Northern
ern Northern Ireland. at several points. dur during
ing during tomorrow's rnaredes a n d

sneeches. ; But' Ws action tonight

showed he was' taking no chances

of attacks by. I. R. A. men sun

free. lr: v 7- f.
. Radio patrol ears win guard

road bridges and railway lines

prrwulnff thfl hnrdpr Nnrfh Trplanrf

Dai canceuea au pouee leave ana

throushtout the six. counties oflan active volcano.

Lord Glentoran, Sfinister of Home ibservatories, and established that

Affairs w. w; 3. Topping and mouen iava" is nuDDung insiae me

Western Powers Will

fxf end : Suspension
Of lluclear Tests

To Discuss

NEW TOELHt, July U XUP)"
Italian ;movde director Roberto
Rosselllnli .angrily refused today

10 say wneiner ne was sua -see-tag
the' Indian script writer with
whom Ills' hame has been Jinked
romantically. C: V

RosselUnd arrived in New Del

hi yesterday from Bombay to
confer with Italian Embassy of officials
ficials officials .He met newsmen later
but declined to answer ques questions
tions questions concerning his relationship
with doe-eyed Mrs." Sonali Das
Gupta, or th reason for his trip
here.

-Today Rosselllnl locked him

self In his room at the Imperial

Hotel and requested the man

agement noo to allow anyone up

to see rum. .
Contacted by telephone, Ros
sellinl was obviously angered.
'I am fed up with your coun

try," he told Indian newsmen. "I

would uke to leave soon. why
do you pester me? I feel like

murdering newsmen.

Asked whether he still saw
Mrs.; Das Gupta, he said: "It
concerns me and no' one else"

before banging down the recelv-
p;&-v V 1 :1 -'
' t- "ill "l
Georgia issues One
Auio License For

Every '2:24, People
ATtANtXi'C.rJuljrl2 (UP)'
The VS. Department pf Com Commerce
merce Commerce said today that Georgia has
one driver's license issued, for ev every
ery every J..24 people in the state.'
.Most of the licenses were issued.
In 1956. Merrill C Lofton, Com Commerce
merce Commerce Department -field manager
said. Georgia issued 1,111,900 driv drivers
ers drivers li senses last year, bringing the
total number in force to 1,623,123.
Estimated Georgia population lor
J95 was, J.635,000.-
There are also more driver's
license in the state than there
are ears, Lofton said. Georgia has j
registered 1,258.235 automobiles.
The driver's licenses issued last;
year exceeded the combined totals 1
of 'licsnies issued in Delaware,!
MSrylsnd. Nebraska." Nevada
North Dakota, Utah, Arizona, Ida Idaho,
ho, Idaho, Montana and New Hampshire. 1
Georpia was beaten by eight
states -ia the number of driver's
licenses issued California, New
York, Florida, Pennsylvania, Indi Indiana,
ana, Indiana, Texas, .Michigan and New
Jersey. . . '
Ceaigja .now ranks ,16th ia the
numb-T of liccr-ses in Qie nation
and 15'Ji in Jhe number of motor
vehicles." -'-
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LONDON, July 12 (UP) The

western powers are willing to ex

pand, their, offer of a nuclear test

suspension from 10 months to a a-bout
bout a-bout 1& r months if it will break
the disarmament logjam, authori authoritative
tative authoritative sources- said today.'
But, the sources addedt there
can be no retreat from the basic
condition that Russia must simul simultaneously
taneously simultaneously agree to join' in accept accepting
ing accepting the principle that in the fu future
ture future all production of nuclear wea weapons
pons weapons must be halted.
Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister
Valeriatfl Zorin rejected the origi original
nal original offer of a 10-month suspension
Monday, ; .; -t
- The ; West's first assessment of
Zorin's speech was that he was

rejecting he whole of the western

nuclear control Plan introduced

last week. r

.Optimism grew today, however.

that Zinn actually was -bidding

for a better bargain particularly

mciuamg a longer suspension of
tests.

Cue In 1941 .f ""
The lavs,; rises and submerges
in a breathing notion every i 12
hours.. : ; s' a- .'
Imbo said that during the "high
tide" period the incandescent mag magma
ma magma (lava) exerts such a pressure

on tne waus ox we eruptive fun
nel that the diameter of the crat

er is enlarged by at least 100 me

ters, it. snnnks to normal size

when the magma ebbs... ..

In the ODinion of the- scientist.

tne iava capv seaunf tne -.crater
will blow !ioff -when the : pressure
within increases to degree high

er than the elasticity of the erup-
fiv ftinnfil CJ .j, t .. i :. 4,.

According to Imbo's charts' and
observations, Vesuvius'- present
"dynamic rest,'' "Which was-. re-

ceded by a 369-month period of

intense activity,-wiii last a jnaxi jnaxi-inum.
inum. jnaxi-inum. of 17.01 years from the last
eruption of 1944. If the calculation
ip correct, Vesuvious will resume

thundenng fend-smoking some time

in 1961. S

Outnumbered .'
NANTUCKET. Mass.' (UPV-

Nantucket Island, off Cane Cod.

has more; bicycles than oeonle.

xnere are oniy s.suo residents and
4,100 bicycles. 1

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Opening lead V Q

A San Francisco corresoondent

wants to know what went wrong
...14.1- . .j : O

wim ins piacung. e writes:

"i assume that mv two dla

mona response and three ? dia

mond, rebid were correct. Also

mere can be not ouestlon of mv

f o ,vo pia,uu opening ana
two no-trump rebid. Was his

inree no-trumo bid correct al

so? if soshould I have left It in

or dio my. diamonds a third

time?

East opened the seven of

clubs against -three no-trump

ana we went down one trick,

How could we have reached the

layaown slam In diamonds?"

The answer to his nroblem is

that North's third-round bid of

three no-trumt) V was wrontr.

North had. a very simple bid at

his disposal. He should have bid

three hearts. This bid could not

oe misinterpreted. Obviously

North did not hold a heart suit

or he would have bid it earlier.

Worth would be showing that he

naa strengtn m Hearts and
wanted to play three no-trumn

If South could produce a stopper

in ciuDs.

At that Dolnt South would re

alize that three no-trump would
be out of the Question. He would

also know that he had very good

aiamonas ana only one club.

Assuming North had a good
hand with nothing In clubs, five
diamonds would be a cinch and
six a possibility.

Over three hearts South should

have bid five diamonds. At that

point it would be ud to North to

go on- to tne siam if he reit like
It.' I believe that with his high
cards represented by three aces
and a king North might well
have done so.
If he hadn't, at least his side

would have shown a nice profit

instead of the loss t three no no-trump.
trump. no-trump. i
. T

, SACRAMENTO, Calif., July 12 "But for the. one -per cent we're

(UP how. do .you sate Pkitt willing to, put up with the ether

itow oum tor mmseu ana ,so- 9, vj .,..vr r'Vi, : ..'t; :r

ciety? r i"Av' 1
Vera Zook, an Air force veter
an from Indiana, has come up with

a new approach put him in a busi

aess oi .nis own.'

"Work is the best therapy In

the ; world," he says. "But with

the work must go spiritual redis

covery. Tne i- SKia Kow derehct

must return to God.'
To prove his theery, look o o-MMd
MMd o-MMd a restaurant run by tramps
for tramps. It was so tuccs tuccs-ful
ful tuccs-ful h epanad a;scond in on
of the city s better eighbor eighbor-hoods
hoods eighbor-hoods and is using profits to
buy house to shelter his crew.
He calls his ODeration "Chris

tian Service Enterprises" and

holds rAPiilar Rihl pIacssi in hln

his men build new attitudes to- "irosnima &d Nagasaki," has
ward life. ., I been placed ibn cfrculaUon this

The difference between Zonks week by the Canal Zone librarv

scheme and the conventional res-' This book, written by Robert

The book, "Nine Who Survived

cue mission is that it nroviHea

regular employment in an atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere of understanding. The mnre

common rescue mission, he says ,'

Trumbull, concerns the personal

experiences or nine men who
lived through both- the Hiroshi Hiroshima
ma Hiroshima and the Nagasaki Atomic

empbasitei i Evangelism and prov .bombings. Like the 255,000 other
ides odjl jobs when available. Vbeh?inhabitants of' Hiroshima, thev

were unprepared -foe- the bomb.
In the three slay, that followed
eachUf the nine men-made his
way toNagasakf and ;had Just
arrived i when the city was hit

"'" me Ktunu Atom oomo.
Other books placed on circu

lation iouows:

there are none, their Skid Row in

mates depart with their earnings

w Duy a ooitie.

.ook spenf five years running

awn a mission in StOCKton, taut.

vonvinceamat was tne answer,
te proposed his -new approach to
the board of directors, but they
thought business and religion don't

mix

"I believe v0n can't fivorce the
turn ... spn.l.

His Sdcramanto nxperiment has
lasted only a year now but things
nave gone very well. Customers
shew special Interest In the work
ers. Zoek and his wife them them-selves
selves them-selves work up to H hours a day
and takt out only S50 a week for
tnimselves.
" V, '
His greatest nrohlem l that

some of the men just don't showifreeze. Dufok.

Non-fiction rvThls is My Phil Philosophy,
osophy, Philosophy, Burnett; Lang uage
Thought and.. Reality, Whorf;
The Day Christ Died, Bishop;
The College Qirl Looks Ahead
To Her Career opportunities,
Zapoleon; The Hidden Persuad Persuaders,
ers, Persuaders, Packard: y- My Forty Years
with Ford, Sorenson;! Tlie Best
of Baseball, Baseball magazine;
O. Henry Memorial Award Prize

Stories' 1957. Baseball maeazlne:

The Sea Dreamer f Jean-Aubry;

uypsy Lee; ;' operation Deep-

up for their shifts. On Skid Row on

ly one man in a hundred fights
his way back to be a useful mem

ber of society. Zook- euesses

Flowers To Order

NORTH LEEDS. Me. rTTPu.

i!ttie nobby Clark's teacher was

delighted and somewhat nuzzled

when he brdught her a huge

bouquet of white, blue, green, red

and yellow lilacs. It developed that

isooDy maae iioerai use of his

mother's vegetable cake coloring, woman's club.

Fiction: Thls'Bright Sword.

Chldsey; Death of an Old Sin Sinner,
ner, Sinner, Davis; The Last Hero, Den Den-zer;
zer; Den-zer; Don Camlllo Takes The
Devil By the Tall, Guareschl;
The Towers of Trebizond, Mac Mac-aulay;
aulay; Mac-aulay; To Make A World, Mor Morrison;
rison; Morrison; Madame Blueboard, San Sanders;
ders; Sanders; Lady in Waiting, Sutcllff;
The Durable Fire, Swiget;
Added to the Panama Collec

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ama Panama Canal Company; Living at
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L TR- AND MS. WILLIAM P. EDWARDS hown cutting, the cke
t "at the reception which followed their wedding at St. Marys
f' HtU, June 29. Mri. Edwards is the former Miss Came Miner,
I dapghter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Proback of Balboa The
. Kroom'i parents Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Edwards, also liv in
! Balboa.

.! ATLANTIC BRANCH OF CANAL ZONE ART LEAGUE
I PLANS SECOND ANNUAL ART EXHIBIT, JULY Z9
I Members of the Canal Zone Art League, Atlantic Branch,
-plan to present second annual Art Exhibit at the Red Cross
i' buUdinc in Old Cristobal. This showing wlU Include exhibits
i V'Jn wash, watercolor, oil, sculpture, ceramics, wood carTlng,
copper tooling and textiles,
The exhibit will open with a social hour on Monday, July
29, an continue through August 4.

' Debutant Ball
At Union Club Tonight
; Th daiica of the year for debu debu-"
" debu-" lantes wiU take place at the Union
" Club tonight.
Some of the young ladies of Pa Panama
nama Panama who will tane part this
ball are Misses Sonia Canas, Ana
Elena Boyd, Sandra Motta, San San-t
t San-t ra Turser, Irene, Quelquejeu, Glo
ria Guarfliar Berta- Cbambonnet,
Andralna M4anU Telva Stapziola,
; Maria Una ? once, Sonia Lince
- Mirey Santacoloma,. Antioaejte
Osegueda. Marianela Ocana, Ar-
Uen Thy, Juheta' Gardia, La La-,
, La-, vergnt, Yenla Cattaruw, SteUa
. Gonsalci and Nieves MoUno,
r AdnvssitfO.to the baU is1 one dol dol-l4ar.ii
l4ar.ii dol-l4ar.ii V TSm- will ba many door nriies.

J HUViJkm ln.nrACttitf m tt which i

f round trip ticket to Santiago,
t Proceds will be given to chart-
f'Mri And Mrs. Wolff
Jlnvlta Friends
Venthonse Party
S?.Mf.- and Mrs. Herbert Wolff

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LTaimmfllly's

LTIIBffliIld;Dn
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f

TRAD!

A CUARANTEED'
NESTLE A'

have issued invitations to a group
of their friends to attend a buffet
dinner-dance which will be held
in their penthouse on top of the
Savings Btnk in Panama tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock.
idwardt-Miller

Miss Carrie f5. Miller, daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mi. and Mrs. Peter S. Pro-
back at Balboa became tne oride
of Mr. William P. Edwards at a
ceremony held in St, Mary's.Hall
Saturday, June 29. Father Caine
officiated.
The bride who was given away
by her father wore a ballerina
length gown of chantilly lace and
nylon tulle, with a square neck neckline
line neckline in front and a V at the back.
Long sleeves came to a point and
buttoned over the wrist. Her full
skirt had white lace panel down
the front. Her white finger tip
veil of imported French lace was
held by a crown- of pearls, and
sh carried a bouquet of white
orchid adorned with pearls.
The bride's bouquet and ether

jFROM THE FUST- YEAR: hroush Siooi t. ehiMao
nt4 th itimin, mmtrilt in prottint af a goed milk.
TO DEVELOP STRONG I0NES. hhr tMth and njoy good
httlth, avary ehiM thoula arink an quart af milk daily. (AduKt
I euart).

IDEAL EVAPORATED MIUC g""
tarvat inUct thest praciou alamantt
with tha bast cow't milk.

IECAUSE OF ITS ECONOMY ideal f vatorated milk aoiva.
tha preblam of milk in your homa.
GIVE YOUR FAMILY "4 vahiabla nutrition of
IDEAL Evaporated MILK wfcfah it available at eify amary
ttera ar pharmacy in 6 and 14 ex. cant.

YOU Witt IE SATISFIED
. -. c ., ,-NeaHa"s tvaparatad

. Box. 134,

lattcuna
wtm 9:00 J 10 .. mlf.
flowers used in decorating the hall
were brought from Costa, nica Dy
her aunt nr. Olea CamDOS.
The main of nonor, tue oride's
sister. Gladys Miner wore oaoy
blut chiffon dress with an empire
waistr.uc, and a white lace ootero
with three quarter lengtn sieeve.
tier oLhfci accessories also white.
The bridesmaids, another siBter
Downy M'uer and -cousin Aaela
Campos wore pink chitfon dresses
wltn pink -accessories.
The bride's youngest sister Ag Agnes
nes Agnes ProbacK acted as junior
bridesmaid, wearing a pink, nyloni
dress ma carrying bouquets ot
nink and blue carnations.
Tne mother of the bride wore
a atreei length dress of ilowerd
print aacrou ano rayon, -and an
orchid corsaae. Her accessories
Tha hnut man was Don Dolan,
ana usners were Uus Mellander
und D'rk KlcMer.
A reweptUm loliowed at the Fern
Mrs. Daniel Rudge took charge
of tne Bride's book.
Later a private reception was
held at tlm oride's home tor close
Inenav oi the tamily.
The bride, who graduated from
Balboa High School tnis June, is
employed a a clerK typist at Pe
dro AtlKUCl 1L0CKS.
The groom who ist he son of
Mr. anc Mrs. Ralph L. Edwards
of Balboa, is a student at Oklaho Oklahoma
ma Oklahoma State University. He graduat
ed from Balboa High School in
1949, and is at present employed
af IAGS PAD as cartographic
draftsman.
Tha muni soent their honey'
moon in Santa Clara.
Thev clan to make their tempo
rary home in Oklahoma.
(Continued on Page 7)
Each, aatlce far Incluiian In IKI
calumn thauld aa tubMittad mi :
TSwrittaa farm and mailed i
tha tax number lined daily in
ci and OthanriM." er dallvartd
V hand t tha office, Netitti ef
maatinas aaana ke aeaeated br
taleehaaa,
Pacific Navy Wives
Will Meat Manday
The Pacific Navy Wives Club
will hold their monthly business
meeting Monday, in the Clubroom
of the Cocoli Clubhouse; at 1.7:30
p.m.'-' vi..
All member tod their guests
are urged to attend this meeting.
Topics of interest to all such as
a trip to Taboga and plans to or
ganize a women's bowling league
will -be brought forth.
Tickets will be on sale before
and after the meeting for a set
of silverware which will be raf
fled off during the refreshment
time.
Girl Scout
Board of Directors
The monthly meeting of the Girl
Scout hoard of director will be
held in Albrnok In the Driftwood
Ldunge of the Officers' Club at 9
a.m. Monday, instead of on tne
Atlantic tide.
NESTLI Product. e.
ef haaKh. H is aliborittd
,rtr BrH,uct-
Milk

lili

THIRD GENERATION ZONIAN9 Miss Marie Bleakly (left)
and Miss Wendy Cotton, both third generation Zonlans are'
"Governor and it. Governor, respectively of Girls' State. A
talent show will be held at the Cristobal High. School Audito-,,
rium tomorrow pight to raise money to send them to attend;
World's Nation In Washington D.O. -"
11 ". 1 : '. '? .? h 1

Negro Youths Abducted, Beaten

At Gunpoint Near

' BIRMINGHAM, Ala. July.JJ
(UP) Two carloads of armed
white men abducted two Negro
vouths at eunDolnt. took them
to a wooded area and whipped
them with gardes nose, was
reported today. r
The youths. Harold uunmag-
ham, 19, and Henry siler, 21, re-
turned home early today after a
walk of "about five miles."
Cunninenam toid unnea tress
tney were oeaten ior iu w ia
minutes, with Siler apparently
getting the worst oMt. "I had a
bill-fold in my hip pocket wnicn
helped me he said.
Service To Honor
God And Country
Award Winners Set
Four Scouts who -are candidates
for God and Country Awards will
take part in a ceremony of pre presentation
sentation presentation at Morning Worship in
the Gamboa Union Church Sunday
morning, July 28, at 10:40 a.m.
This ceremony was originally an announced
nounced announced for July' 14. It hai been
postponed to July 28 so that all
members ot the families of candi candidates
dates candidates can be present.
It is expected that the Boy Scouts
Cubs, Sea and Girl Scouts will at attend
tend attend in uniform.
On next Sunday morning, the
Rev. Walker M. Alderton, will eon eon-duct
duct eon-duct Morning Worship at 10: 40 a.
m; "Facing, Ourselves," rwjll he
the theme of his discourse.'
CHELSEA, Mass.' (UP) Mrs.
Lena Hoskins, a grandmother who
quit school at 15. recently com
pleted ; the required studies at
Chelsea High School and was
awarded, her diploma with the
class of 19ST.
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l.arwnd' facewif etn
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eaaundtef tk ekeb onsHtkaeWfR.
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Birmingham

He said there were UJreats of
"let's, hang 'em" and "let's shoot
'em" but their abductors let
them go after the whipping
wunout lurtner narm. 'i
Cunningham said theye were
seven -wmte men in tne group
but he didn't recognize fcny tf
them. He said he didn't Mtnow
the reason lor tha beating:..
"They kept talking 'about
some thing that happened two
Saturdays ago hr Powderly,, a
suburban Birmingham section,
but I told them I was working
then," he said. f i.tvn
Tht two youths, who both
work for the same firm, and two
girls, Loretta : Washington 19,
and AUene Brown 23, drove In Into
to Into a white driye'in restaurant
for refreshment vbuteclded it
was too crowded vtM teft.'
Cunningham said they noticed
two cars following them about 9
p.m. tr pursuers sougni to
force them to the curb one but
failed "because there weref too
many cars on the road.'' r
"We came to a dark street and
they, stopped us by waving their
guns and made us- get out.! he
sadd. "They searched us. then
put one ef us In each ear and
made the girls stand up against
a fence : while theyn drove us
The Negro youths said they
wero driven "away out in a
wooded area and they made us
gev:0ut. and bend over. Then
thev whlnned iia with nieces of
host f of about IS minutes.i
A snorw siocxy man wno 'ap
parently, was th leader halted
the basting and the jrroup drove
of f p ttoVl.
"Wt had to walk about five-
Cunndneham said. .;
When tne youths were- abauct-i
ed.' their girl' frlends.:notinea
police.

CL0VERBLOOM

BUTTER
A breikfast
treat with
Pancakes
PURER-RICtjER-FlNER
ii mmmm 4 i
- MbkrWrteW
eat teem iherfer irSeii afyfll I
;

it. Cftrislc?:rr$

lo Present Vcri:d
ii vera
n July 21
Ccnccrl On
" Final plans are under- way for
the" concert of vocal and instru
mental music to be held at at.
Christopher's Church on July 21,
commaneina at 4 n.m. This concert
is the first of several activities
and services to he held through
out that week in conjunction with
the parish s patronai resuvmes.
. Prof. vGiltvLrto Perez, violinist.
will be the featured artist sad
will be accompanied by Hugh Ad Adams..
ams.. Adams.. He is. a member of the Pa
nama National Orchestra and has
been heard in recitals on both
sides of the Isthmus. His selec
tiom will include the Sonata it
D-Major for violin and piano by
Handel. Ih Adagio from nacni
Concerto in E-Major and "Zieger
weisen bv Sarasate. -
! Miss Maisie Headley will inter interpret
pret interpret "O liad I Jubars'Lyre" by
Handel and-"I Will Extol Thee.'
by Costa.. Granville Barrows will
ins "V.'hv n, ThA IMatinna Sft Fu.
riously Ragt' by Handel and "It
is Enough' by Mendelssohn. The
"Pettinger Is Deum". by Handel
and. virgin r rount oi low, ww
h cntio hv. FHwin Sealed.
The Choir Guild under the di
rection of Hugh- Adams will be
heard In anthems by Haydn, (Han'
del, Areadelt and' Wagner.; A fe
male trio comorised of The Miss
es Verona Vissel, Ruth Edwards
and Lorna Miller win sing "urc
Thina Eves" by Mendelssohn and
Mrs. Lucille Forde will render
selections on the Hammond Or
gan. ;-. J. :C ::f "" f;.' H"X
Quote Unquote
CHICAGO Ben Eason; 35, blind
Raleigh, N.C., life insurance saiei'
man, on nu impression oi voice
1 "You: set the feeling that dirt
is hanging frem the buildings,"
WASHINGTON Assistant At
torney General. William Tomp Tompkins
kins Tompkins announcing he will : fly to
Pri to try. to; obtain .the extradi
nil 1 a : l
iion or accused Amcncn s;
team'. Georee and Jane Zlatovi
"I expect to have' the opportu
nlty to discuss1 the 'matter person
aiiy with French offlcials next
TMniK 111: -Mrs. Helen Gla
copelii. 44, seeking return of the
nye-nionth-aid,son, whom she sign
ed away for adoption at birth:
"God gave me my baby. He is
the last child I can ever have
WASHINGTON -The Library af
congress reporting; that jiussia is
oui-aistancmg tne united states In
Industrial production;.- r s
"It, wii be up to the t TJnited
States to demonstrate the progress
Of Which, ft; fa cthla. in nartnm.
ship with tothtr notie Communist
auonsr'Hafle. AovMsiunower ana
wuuenct u .to do restrained'
' LONDON Radio Moscow danv-
wg westerns reports, tqat three
purged Comrtuniit -Party bosses
are Muig prosecuted and that they
ire w prison
' -we aeciarentnat tnere is -no
truth whatsoever In this. The
Communist Party is .not in the
nawt ex taking, petty revenge."
EaMBaljki
Liiipiuyiuuiii
As School-ilgers
Get Summer Jobs
WASHINGTON. July U (UP)
The government -reported, today
mat a ruin ot scooot-ag young
sters into the summer job market
pushed the number M employed
to 6,500,000 in June, a record for
the numth, :n iv
.The total was 1,300,00a. more
tnan were employed in May.
Farm .employment led the in
crease with 905,000. workers added
In that field. Manufacturing em
ploymeot rose by 80,000 to 18,-
800,000 for a somewhat smaller
taaa usual June increase. 1
The Commerce and Labor De
partments also reported that aV
eragj: weekly factory earnings
climbed SI cents to $82.59 in June
reflecting a longer work week and
a small increase in average hour
ly earnings. Tne rise in weeti7
earnings was the first siince last
peeember. ; : ",' "
The departments r reported that
unemployment also' rose by 600, 600,-000
000 600,-000 over May to 3,300.000. They
said that- here again the accent
was en youth. t
The unemployment reflected the
large number of youths seeking
Jobs. Under recently revised
standards, the government now
counts a a unemployed students
seeldnf work and' persons with
temporary, layoffs ei less than 30
days, i i ; -:
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'YwuriNB QUALITY

Parents'

OLDER people usually liktiouit they art planning to coma
tin Vniinff nwnnlft aalrlnm ri j iraai i k j .- . .- i. ;

. . . 1
And that can cause tenaion be
tween tne two generations.
A young wife writes: "I don't
have an in-law problem.' I have
H parent problem. "
"Since our first child was born
a 1 year ago, my parents have
made it a haojt to drop Uv two
evemnss week to ''enjoy their
grandchild ior several hours, And
every siuele Sunday they come
for a long visit.'- "!
That doesn't sound like much.
I know, but when it is a never-
fail routine, if becomes a chore
to use instead of a pleasure, x
"I love my parents dearly and
I wouldn't hurt" them for- the
world, but I wish there were some
way I could make them- realize
withojt telling them-that their vis vis-iets
iets vis-iets have become too routine to
he easy-and comfortable'
You can't tell them, of course.
But. perhaps. ; you can .break up
the routinn. with a little planning.
Why not call-your mother von
the morning of a night when you
expect them to .visit you -and' ask
Solon Concedes
To Bar Foreign
' WASHINGTON, July 12 (UPw
rep, Frank T. Bow (fi-OhioJ con conceded
ceded conceded vesteroay that the powerful
House Kules Committee had virt
ally pigeon-holed his resolution to
oar toreign iriais ur- vM
servicemen. -q;-. vt:
The committee new a --aesui
tory. discussion" of the- ow so
lution shoruys aner .tne auprems
Court unanimously upheld the gov-
rnmtnt'l decision 10 gUTlKUUW,
cii William S. Girsrd to J Span
f manslaughter trial.
The group took no action, how
ever... .anfl BOW SalB. H py?a
that his proposal had been side
trackea. However, .-. he reacted
nromDtlv with a new tjlah-legisla.
tinn tn ipcomDllsh the same etid
hv amandine the Uniform Code of
Miutarv i Justice.
Bow'a nroDOsai, which could be
oiierea as an amenamem v mo
foreign aid., bill, -would, prevent
military commanders from turn
ins over GI's to foreign courts.
It could be offered on the House
floor without going through Houeei
committees, i
The original Bow resolution was
approve4 quickly bythe House
Foreign Affairs Commltte short
yt after the Glrard, incident- wa

disclosed. Bat Ah drwa for lts.Tounasr expediency.'.' t-

naetihent annears to have sioweJ
in recent weeks. It miut win rules!
commlUee approval wr.fwor tic

tion. w v i -'-iviv decuion of the Supreme Court
Tha- Snnrama Court's dtrltlnn Ja with which I don't acre. I reallza

the Girard case drew mixed re-,
action from members pf -congress.!

A number denounced- it. Several my opnion the constitutional
thought the court could takene rights of a-ciflwn r principles
other course.' And some said Con-, to be protected in. ley event.'1
grass was to Warn for not acting Sen. Sam J. Ervin Jr. (D-NC)
en the Bow resolution er similari member of a-. two-man subcom--legislation.
I -m n-: mittee which investigated; the Oir Oir-v
v Oir-v Veterans organizations renewed 3rd case "I think the-decision

their demands for "protection" e
U. S, fi-ervicemen oversea,

AMVETS Executive Director P.E.jwith Japsn"; n txlft of service.

jiowara appeaiea o wo nouv

U.S. TAKE NOTICE Evat try to find a redcap in a busy
metropoliun railroad sUtion? The British have the sane
-trouble, but the British Railways have done something about tt ; -Tbey
are piaviding "do-it-yourseir lugsage carriers for tha
: use of passengers, such as this sesiida-bound mother mi
daughter. The lightweight earners, which can tote about 40ft
pounds, are spotted on platforms so debarking passengers can
set fuggsi e to taxi stands with a minimum of delay. Others
are strategically located at taxi stands for passengers en taring V 4
the station : .

PAtr.U
i'Cs

nebular Visits

Lkke Prcblcp For Ccupk

I 1 ..... 1 -a t -i -Xm-M
'xnen say, "wouin you mina
we went out for a few hours while t
you are hero to keen and ey oh
junior? we oon t get a cnaiigq,
to set out much., and the routine,
of staying at home night after
night is getting us down." -)
1
f n
CO IASY
4

ANOTHER time, ask If you -can
leave Junior at your parents' heme ;
so that you can have:friendVuA ?:
. Don't try to change the whole
pattern. Just loosen it. up enough'
so that you and your husband
won't feel yon are being fenced'
in. 4 i i
, Grandparents have a' right to,
enjoy their grandchildren, and
grandchildren have a right to the?
sneeial kind of love that grand

parents have to offer.
- uon t forget mat wnen yoi
change your setup,. f you'll re remember
member remember it, you can work out a'
relationship that will, he as enjoy-:'
able to you and your husband and
.child as to your parents. A
Defeat On Try
Trial For GIs
Rules Com mittee to "permit the
Bow resolution to cpi8 before the
Housed '?. &-:-s;yy?:
American; 'i Legion omfflander
pan Daniel pledged his oreanira-)
tion to "do everything possible" td
win congressional approval of leg legislation
islation legislation repealing Status-ef-Forces
Sgreements.' The agreement pro-J,
Vrdej for 'ioreign trials of GI's.
Two members of the House Tor
eign h Affairs CommitteoMleps.,
waiter
H. Judd K-Mianj anu
Brooks
Hays (D-Ark)took tne
1 position that the court's ruling ope",
l euraumuuimuir .o uiw,
Etatus-ol-Forces agreements.
As the Supreme "Court an announced
nounced announced its verdict, Rep.' William
H. Ayrea (R-OWoX introduced 'leg-,'
islation -that would
create a
committee
special jtiouse-senaio :
to determine "who goofed" .in the
Original decision to let Glrard be
tried ; by.;the "' Jspanesei.:;i.'v, Jspanesei.:;i.'v,-i
i Jspanesei.:;i.'v,-i Other reaction: :.'.v'J' -.J
I Sen. John W. Brlcker (R-OhloW-.
"The Supreme Court held that the
Status of Forces sgreemtnt...il
unconstitutional., y' The Supreme
Court's opinion gives no' reason Jn
support of. this- conclusion,- Per-
Phaps the court was unable to tx
plain t it J decision except on
Chairman Richard B. Russell
(D-Ga) of the House Armed Serv-
ices-vommttee : "Tais is snoth
the dilerams "in which this country
nas neen pieced, put ... i
I j wrong, because I think the fact
show we have no valid agreement
men. f
i!

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urry HigMi -
mwi'x Club '
.imtall Offlctri a
Th Quarry Heights Women's
jCIub held ii luncheon meeting in

jtne fern Room of ua Tivoii uuest
House on Wednesday. Election and

installatioc of officers for thai

coming term was held. Mrs. R. E.
IClaisen was installed as the new

jly elecwd- president, with Mrs. E.
lT Kami VI..Proeirint Mri.

:K. W Emerson as Treasurer and

ri. J. H. AUrriam -as secretary.

IWpi. 1v li Rarfi1f1 fnrmer nre.

Sdent; turned the .fiavel over to

unrs ciassea aner maumus um

fine work' during their time in ofr

iice. utnr j outgoing ouicers were

irs. 4. o. carr wno :aenreo as

m, who served as treasurer, end

aria L,bM Meier wno aervea bi

ts Honorary President ox toe duo

.ii era at rnu maioTinv ivprs mrx.

bee Harris and Miss Bernadine

JUarufel, Jiouse guests 01 lu dol
knd M. H. W. Post of. Quarry

g eights-. New members fintroduc
, 1 at the meeting were Mr. C. E

MOit, jars. w. a. xranits, ivirs. vy
p. Akrrs, and Mrs. Richard Hub

Jbrd. ... v.

l?Mra::'M"SiCitoey.''Mi,s?:fc:' O

Frajte wd Mrs, E. W. Emerson
vere hostesses for the meeting
leld anid well-planned Independ
snce Day decorations. Door prizes

were won uy jyiri, a, ohs u

Airs. H. W. Clark.

Walcania Ham
Combina With
Birthday Surorlg

Miss Pearl M. Kam, daughter

oi uifl late air. and uri. wuiiim

one hundred guests at an informal
buffet supper at the family resi

lience in Baa rrancisco on rnaay
evening. The evening's entertain
meht was a welcome home party
for Mist Kam's sister, Miss Virgi Virginia
nia Virginia B. Kam, and a surprise birth birthday
day birthday party Complimenting Miss Lo Lo-lita
lita Lo-lita Lowe ot Bella Vista, '
' Miss Virginia Rv Kam arrived
In Panama on Saturday, June 28

to spend me summer vacation
here. Miss Kam has just" complet completer)
er) completer) her trhiiun at fh cohnnl

oi JNursingvot M. Louis University

tering.the School if Nursing,. Miss
Kam attended the Canal Zone
Junior College and was the reci recipient
pient recipient of the Honor Award oft hat

SfvVou 1" the Ferh Room ofW

4.hBft. VrlV :j.7rJT-ri"r'--"u" V1 u"rs took piace, Sliown at the head table are eafenv r.

.Mrs. T.JI. gj.Tig.a ra ClftMCn' M"-E' J" SaM (Ending) Mr tM.

Chuck Taylor

On Panorama,

This Evening

The nationally-known basketball

instructor, cduck xayior.. wno is

currently on a Central, and South
American tour for the State De Department,
partment, Department, will appear on CFN's

Panorama sports cast this eve-

Hna inH 'will '' Antii

basketball clinic at Fort Clayton's

Keeaer gymnasium ac 7:30.

ma Area Armed Fnrpea Lea lie

nave oeen mvuea, ana anyone in
terested in basketball ia -cordiallv

invited to attend. ,i -(

rerich Turn Down

I. Sf3;Rfeqiie$i For

!' 'It If "ii. n'

ji $ junsaiciion

rench government today turned For demonstration purposes, the
own T O.S. t Army request for Fort Clayton Cavaliers, the PA.
Jurisdiction over Specialist 3 aF' league-leading team, will be

fe Wayne Mcosker, accusea oi aressea-oui on tne iioor.. j.; :.
illmi, a North African in a -Paris .Movies of great moments ii
ah: :"'"- ;"-v-- : basketball during the. past lea
Th Army' had Tasked the Min- son, possibly college and profes

i. t.: lutficriirtinit, sionai pamea. wiii.ne nn rne nrn.

r ... J I pram fllvmnii. trvftllt filmo will

aiso oe presented. ;
. Taylor, who will conduct clinics
in Panama and tha Pinal Tnna

this week, has presented similar

clinics in eneaueia, Argentina,

urazin Uruguay, Paraguay, Bou
via, Peru and Colombia. ,

Profit Tc.'iing Slows

Stocks Jul Jtaglo

I$su2$ Rockel

' NF.w VnwK 1 i liiv i !tTiv

Profit tnVlnir tnnV a tnll 'nt tnV

yesteraay aiier two weexs oi l
most iteady advance but the ses
sions's big features, nevertheless,
were gainers.

Leadlnr tfrnnn all 1ftaeif-1n(vi

on average l.it points to 517.97

in industrials, .47 to 151:85 u raus.

to n is in utilities.
AmOIC the KDPnlalsj hnwaver

flrere gams ranging past points
in Johnson Sc Johnson, 3 In In-

ternativJiai sum i t rensalt, 40
points to : 1Y4, in"; high-priced Su.
oerior Oil of California on the heel

of a spectacular earnings state

ment. . V. !.' i.'Vv

bver Mcosker, 21,; so it could, try

iim before k court inamai.

But under the Status or jorces

, tU. VrMnnti Mtninal itirtanip.

ion liecause Mcosker was off duty

it tne time oi tne snooung anu

lecausa French civilian was in

.1... mww.u.uu J yw w
. . a ...... I. J 1

f justice couia nave jesuueu m
Mcosket being handed over to the
U.S.' Army. "'4
I A hearing on the case'was held
yesterday. The decision' was an
eunced byjthe1 V.S.Army at Or Or-eans,
eans, Or-eans, where Mcosker was sta

loned. , K
j Still to be decided Is who will
leep, Mcosker in custody the

Americans cut he French -- until
)ie case comes up.
I Vlolr' n,i rhavffpH with

Ihooting an Algerian, Abd El An-

Med uamn, ourng an argument
Mav 25 lu n Aiehtclub near the

honky tonk s Psgalle district. Thd

argument was over payment for

fimerican cnareue. r
Mcosker- said he fired in self self-efense,
efense, self-efense, the Army -aaid. ;
U haa hean held in Parl.1

Tail tmce he was arrested; late In

,itl Christopher's

E dates Activities
Appropriate services will "mark
e observance of the fourth Sun-

fay after Trinity at St. Christ.

ner jcpiscopai cnurcn, jkio A

OA Mnnrfav. tha rftcrnlni- masttritf

r me wtraian i Auxiliary wui De
leld. Thia mMtinc will unti

tle direction of the Christian Edu Edu-atlon
atlon Edu-atlon Committee, headed by Mrs.
ru Gomet t .tv

,Upon completion of the clinics

iu ranama, lie is punning on tak taking
ing taking a short vacation and then will
80 to Jaoan and the Far Rant xmn.

tries to. give clinics' of the' sm

type.yravejingfoc the, State ,De ,De-partment.
partment. ,De-partment. with- a U.S. snecialist

grant, Taylor, calls himself the

"ambassador; of basketball.'
He played professional basketball

irom xvis-zi witn tne Buffalo Ger

mans, and the original Boston Cel Celtics.
tics. Celtics. He ouit nlavinff ln-1M1 with

12 years of pro ball under his belt

anu Degan conaucung Dasketball

tiiiiici inrousnouc tne 1 1 n 1 1 e A

States. He calls these clinics his

Personally dram atieH chn t

teacmng oasketball.T s f

ravior. staten ttiat.

around 75,000 miles of travel year

ly conducting tnese clinics. Last

year ne toured tne F.nmiuiii rh..

ter and conducted clinic for the

armea lorces .,vj,
' 1 i 'i ii in i i j 'T
Engineering firm
Honors Hoover II

NEW YORK. Jul is 'rml m- J

American 1 Institute vt Mining, i
metallurffScal anil PtlrntniM

w.vwM iay

gineers, inc. today announced the
election of Herbert Hoover II, as
a junior member pf Its society of

yndersecretariy. of state Herbert I

npover i ana .grandson of et

residet Herbert' Hoover.-

Chemicals aa a cnrnim were

stronr and active narticnlarlv the

.Borax makers, whieh continued to
reflect news of Olin Mathieson's

new norax-Dasea. jet fuels.; U.S.

elimbefl over 8 noints ia new hitrhs

wttn tncj xormer Holding, 4 points
and ihe latter close to 3. Olin, the
day 's most active issue, touched

a new men. tnen lost neanv a

point as a big secondary was
marketed., v
Allied Chemical ran up over 1,
Stauffer nearly 6, United Carbon 2
points.
A large secondary offering also
affected U.S. Steel and it closed
off over k point. Lukehs, higher
in-eny dealings, closed off 1H.

Georgia Theater Owner Ready
To 'Shoot It Out' With Klan

GRAY. Ga.. July" 12 1UP

James uaikcom, uray theater

owner, aaid yesterday he is "on

the lookout" for the Klan mem

bers who have been causing him

trouDie." iie plans to "snoot on

sight." .1

Balkcom. who had trnnTile urfth

the Ku KLUX Klan last week for

allowing JNeffroei to ait in the hal

cony of his theater, said he is

'waiting to see what will- happen
tonight.8

He said that tOhlsht Is "familv

night" add the crowd is usually

large, tie plans to show,. "China
Gate," which stars Nat "King"

voie, ne said. j

It Klantmen comet tonlaht. he

said they were tolhft to be
"buck-ahat out." He aaid he had
taken "OI' ie4sy to the thea.
ter and told his employes they
could, bring their shotguns If
they wanted to and "ahdot on
aioht." ,. :-

had been feuding Tor years, ever
since he showed "Storm Warning,"
a film that is derogatory tOv the

He also ; said the "head clod

hnnner." aa he iall him ailrarl

him aevorol tlmea ir inin iVia lTIn

but he liad told him he didn't like

mem..: and caned them, "cowards.'
The neoole in Jonex and sur

rounding cnuntiet have hankod

him, he said. One woman from

Macon offered to hire a bodyguard

wmm. u ne wouia jet tne Body Bodyguard
guard Bodyguard shoot as many Klansmen
Si he eould Ha tnlrf h At thsartlrc

but he "could still shoot," he said!

Balkcame aaid ho wants to
show the aontroversial film "la "la-land
land "la-land Inihe Sun" sfarrino Harry
Belafonte, a Negro linger and
actor, and Joan Fontaine, but
Pox Films Corp. In Atlanta won't
release it te him.

"The.ve alraid they'll lose mon mon-ey
ey mon-ey they say, but I think they don't

He said -Jones Cmintrv Sheriff

Holmes Hawkins, said hff could
trke' ahv stensto keen the irian

irom causing trouble

Balkcome sajd he. and the Klan yet.

want ta stir un anv '. trouble, et

pecially here." Balkcome said.

A spokesman fof Fox Films

Corp. said, however, that the pic

ture, had not been released in
Georgia, Alabama or Tennessee as

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Cellulose Explosion

Routs 60 Children

Al Play In Chicago

.ChlCAGO, July 12 (UP)- Sixty

euu HTPOJUC'HU UI Z1VO
..Slm-M w.!re,ru,she1 .M 8ty here

.viicii a Lriirif inn nan ivttH kmmh.i-

vi ceuuioae nitrate caught fire and
touched off a aeries of flaming- ex explosions.
plosions. explosions. ,.r-:, ;
The rhilrtron u,aM i i

playground adjacent to, the street
where the truck, blew up, sending
flame 9a .1 ","'

laree niavarmn1 : -

bv wrr rr r ao.t Aea

uucuu, oi, iieraea the

No one was Injured.
It was nno f .. ..

e T.j "i ABU,

ao nun. 1 was
lucky, too. I saved my car."

ine winn hiAn.n xi

i.,.fc."Vru- .."rw."."ames. ana

ini if i e 7e.f 1 arums blasted
into the air ef r t v

in the neighborhood.
Resident! -nrn a 1ttf i. n

. .c 111C ucpanment aoused the

AAA.lJCa, t.

Hdrcle" Of Lociists :
Plaguing Mideast
RnMF.' Jnlw-19 Tm":nk.

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iuuusi piague in 28 years is threat

ening norm Ainca, -the Nile Val Val-lev
lev Val-lev and the MiHiio rvi. .u T,

7 "ons jpooa ana Agricultur Agricultural
al Agricultural Organization (FAO) said today.

FAO e'xDprta mmniiJ 'iuJ ''i:..

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ation With the lOOO.nn ,".

,;j..j H't;uc con considered
sidered considered the mnst ,.n'n. :

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Dog E Pound Express

DETROIT .Tni., 1

nee said rt,w.-:u'u' rr:

.... .-7- ure1 uavo 001

r;; J-:. 5ssenger. wno took

S kb"w 5 on suburban De De-15
15 De-15 Wedu"dy- The passen passenger,
ger, passenger, a dog about two-years old
boarded the hi .u V It. j"

;Ci!dule.dstP ln the downtown

-jsnoozea comfortably in
the crowded aisle until the driver

r;w poijce who took the
n-hiker to the rine nn,.n

Hubby May Ihv

lo Find l!37 IL7.3

For Child Crido
MUNfflTtn T.nii Tul- 1 I

- -yr g ja.y V Mrf A
(UP) Jesse H. Scott, 44, Mid
yesterday that he and his 11-year
old bride might have to move to
another countyif his wife's folka

won't let her Stay at home.
Scott.' whn lalnf lie vl.U.J 4. m

barrage of love, letters and mar--1ZZZ

Son in Miasfsoinn! lamt M vr i.

aicated he: was perfectly- willinf
to let-his Wife remain with !, -"

parents until she became of legal
age.. ...
1 "However." tie aalrf "if t,w;.

can't keep on living at home wo

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ty to Uve. 1 think her parents and
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Modness All Over
DETROIT. Julv 'u tip a

double -feature matins th mj

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of Detroit theaters these days:
Twelve Ansrv Men tnA "Th...

Violent People," 7

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vur; iviaii Doxes in England
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" THE PANAMA AMERICAN -. AH WDETOTOENf 'DAILY KCTTSPAPEeX
' ',
FRIDAY, JULY 1V 19!
fAGE EIGHT
Jumps Info First 0vspi

Baltimore
V.M iS iK . '. .. J.

Of American League

tX
f if

VI

First Time Orioles This

Higli This Late In Season

By MICTON
JSEW YORK, July

error; my eye I ..,-.
. y That's really the Baltimore Orioles right up
there in the first division today, and it's the first
time they have ever been that high this late in the
season since 'Ahey entered the American League.

The amazing Orioles reached the
lofty region of fourth place last
night by sweeping a twi night
doubleheader from the fading In In-'
' In-' dians by the scores of 5-4 and 5-4
no typo, either), the first game
going 11 innings.
v Pilot Paul Richards, who makes
the type moves no other manager
v will dare, gave a Houdini-like exhi exhi-'
' exhi-' bition last night in an all-out ef-
fort to crash the first division.
He yanked starter Ray Moore
In the seventh inning of the first
game even though the score was
' tied and he had two strikes on
Roger Maris. Ken Lehman com com-s
s com-s "j?leted the strikeout but he needed
elafrom George Zuverink in the
i .last of the 11th after the Orioles i
drad scored two runs in the top of
. Sy&t frame on singles by Gus Trian Trian-2
2 Trian-2 'dos and Jim Busby.

Thtn, in the nightcap, Rich-
erds pulled out Bill Wight In the
w ? third inning even though Blti-
more had built 5-0 lead off Bob
' Lemon, Ha again callad in Zu-
varink, who gainad his eighth
''victory, and whan the hard hardworking
working hardworking Zuverink waakanad in
'. tha aighth, Richards lad with his
' act, Billy Leas.
All that masterminding paid off
' la the Orioles' 14th victory m their
. Jast 20 games. They are now a half
; game anead or Dotn cieveiana ana
! Detroit, and onlv three games be
lt hind the third-place Red Sox, who
J defeated the Tigers yesterday, 9-7.
The Yankees stretched their league
; lead to games when Mickey
Mantle's 23rd homer in the 11th
Inning produced a 3-2 triumph ov ov-j
j ov-j er Kansas City, and Washington
rallied for two runs in the ninth
to beat the second-place White Sox
' J 6-5. v.;.;' '""".;,.,
i- The 'Phillies' took over second
place in the National League by
i capturing a twi-night twin bill
' from the-Cubs, winning the 11-in-.
Ring opener,1 l-o, and the finale;
J 3-1. she Giants defeated the Car-
dinals, 1-0; Brooklyn edged Cin-
cipnati. 5-4, In a giriie marked by
'fiat fights, 'and' Milwaukee beat
,! Pittsburgh,; 7-2. :
' Pinch hitter Gene Stephens drove
i In the winning run in the 10th in in-;
; in-; ning tr the Red Sox after Tiger
i reliever Lou Sleater caused his own
downfall with a pair of errors on
(the same play. Stephens, batting
. for winning pitcher Ike Delock,
singled' home Frank Malzone and
'later in the frame, Jim Piersall
drove in another run with a sacri sacri-4
4 sacri-4 fice fly. Billy Consolo and Ray
-Boone hit homers,
" ,rMantle's homer came at the ex-
pense of reliever Tom Morgan and
tit gave the Yanks their 12th vic victory
tory victory over the Athletics in as many
games this season Yogi Berra al al-;
; al-; so homered for New York. Art Dit-
mar was the, winning pitcher in
relief of Bob Turley.
Rocky Bridges' single with the
br.ses loaded in the ninth inning
off Paul Lapalme was the blow
that gave the Senators an uphill
win over the White Sox. Jim Lan Lan-dis
dis Lan-dis and Jim Rivera had given
Chicago an early lead with homers.
Bud Byerly was the winner.
Granny Hamner's 11th inning
Clayton Cavaliers
Bop Cerveza Balboa
Quinlel 84 lo 71
f
T.'.The unbeaten Clayton Car Car-;tjiers
;tjiers Car-;tjiers quintet last night im-
proved their already enviable
record with an 84-71 victory
over the Cerveca Balboa bas basketball
ketball basketball team at Reeder Gym.
k Top scorer for the PAAF
League leaders were Sam Wil Williams
liams Williams 18, Dick Gleason 17, Bill
Jankevich 12 and Bill Canada
t. For the representatives of
the Panama BasketbaU
; League, Julio Andrade had 17,
-Luis Peres 16, Franklyn .Hoi-.
?ftess 15, Edgardo White 11 and
pario De Leon lv.
was the third straight vic victory
tory victory scored by the Cavaliers
. ver a Panama, Basketball
League team.
i -.
, CAFCl alee plays the
It p.m. te I ajn.

RICHMAN

12 (UP) Typographical
single helped thea Phfls to their
victorv m the opener after Bob
Rush of the Cubs had held them
hitless until the eighth. In the night
cap, Jack Sanford had a perfect
game going until Dale Long singled
with one out in the eighth, banford
wound up with a four-hitter' and
his 11th win of the year. Joe Lon-
nett homered for Philadelphia.
Southpaw Johnny Antonelli and
batterv mata Valmy Thomas
ware the whlo story in t n a
Giants' victory over the Cards.
Antonelli hurled a five hitter
and Thomas homered m the sixth
inning of Lindy McDaniel, as
tha Cardinals' lead in tha Na National
tional National Laagua wa whittled, te
two games.
The Dodgers came from behind
to defeat the Redlegs w,hen Duke
Snider hit his second home run of
the game with one on in the sev
enth inning off Tom Acker. Snid Snid-er's
er's Snid-er's second homer came shortly
after a flare-up between C i n c y
pitcher Raul Sanchez and Dodger
infielder Junior Gilliam that pre precipitated
cipitated precipitated an even livelier fist fight
between Charley Neal and Don
Hoak. The whole fuss started when
Gilliam felt Sanchez had thrown a
pitch too close to him.
Johnny Logan's two-run homer
featured a four-run fourth inning
rally that brought the Braves their
victory over the Pirates. Bob Trow Trowbridge
bridge Trowbridge went all the way for Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee although tagged for 12
hits, while Bob Friend suffered his
10th setback.
idajor League
Leaders
LEADING BATTERS
( Based on 200 official a bats)
National League
Player and C. .. C AB R H Pet.
Aaron, Mil. 81 345 66 120 .348
Musiai, St. Louis 78 309 51 105 .340
onay, jr ms
Robinson, Cinci
69 282 32 96 3411
79 321 59 101 .315;
Groat, Pitts
53 216 24 68 .315
69 271 46 85 .314
Cimoli, 3k 'n
Hodges, Bk'n
Crowe, Cinci.
Mays, N.V.
74 286 38 88 .308
1 270 43 83 .307
79 295 56 90 .305
Schoendienst, M.' 77 335 43 102
Thomas, Pitis 79 316 38 96
34
Mathews, Mi. 77 299 54
i .304,
I
American Leagui
Mantle. N. V.
78 257 74
73 253 57
Williams, Bos
Showron, N. Y.
Malzone, Bos.
Boyd, Bait.
Fox, Chicago
Lemon Wash
Mino.i Chi.
McDouga)d;N.Y.
Jensen, Bos.
73 283 43
"
79 322 39 106 .329
76 252 44 83 .329
80 312 50 101 .324
80 312 36 98 .314
81 309 47
73 281 51
71 265 51
97 .314
88 .313
80 .302
HOME RUNS
National League
Aaron, Braves
Musiai, Cards
Crowe, Kediegs
Mathew, Braves
Snidw Dodgers
27
20
18
18
18
Amarican League
Mantle, Yanks
Sievers, Seantors
Williams, Red Sox
Maxwell, Tigers
Zernial, Athletics
23
20
20
18
16
RUNS BATTED IN
National Leagua
Aaron, Braves
Musiai Cards
Crowe. Redlegs
Hoal;, Redlegs
Ennis, Cards-
73
66
55
55
53
Amarican League
Skowion, Yanks
Sievers,- Senators
Mane. Yarks
Malzone, P.ed Sox
Minoso, White Sox
60
59
58
5
55
PITCHING W L Pet.
(Bated on I decisions)
Shantz Yanks 9 1
Schmidt, Canis 7 1
Sanford, Phils 11 2
Bunning. Tgers 10 2
Trucks Athletics T 2
.900
.846
.U
.778'

Midnight to 4:30 a.m. Friday and
Join our informal CLUB 4:30
tn tha air-conditioned comfort

MUSIC BY THE
CAROL GREAVES TRIO

Nightcap oo-the-house at 4:30 ajn.

plane In the Balboa Bar
San, Taes, Wed. ft Thar..

Fishing Tourney

Offers Four
Ladies Prizes
Four special prizes are offered
to ladies in the Panama Rod and
Reel Club's Fifth International
Marlm and Sailfish Tournament.
which starts on Monday, July 15,
and lasts until August 16, The
prizes will be first and second for
largest sailfish, and first and sec-
oiio ior .laiKesi marun. in audi
tion, the ladies may compete for
jny other oi tne 37 prizes offered.
So far the ladies who have sign'
ed up include a group from Mia
mi: Mrs. Martin Mangesl. Mrs
Anthory Belcher, and Mrs. Samuel
Belche all 01 Miami. Mrs: Jack
Christiansen, Mrs. John Rauler-
son and Miss Marta Halphen, Afiss
Alma Perez. Miss Manueuta va
llarino, and her house guest Miss
Shellie Speed, Mrs. Andrews and
Mrs. Ken Middleton of the Isth
mus have also entered.
Many others who have not yet
signec' up in the offices of the
Club at Hotel El Panama have
expressed a desire to enter the
tournament.
Miss Halphen of Panama re
cently made world's record catch
in the 12 lb. women's class for
sailfish, topping even the men's
for that class.
Hoak Vows
He'll 'Get
Charley Neal'
BROOKLYN, N.Y., July 12
(UP) Don Hoak of the Redlegs
vowed vengefully today he'll
whip Charley Neal of the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers "so bad his own wife won't
recognize him" for the punch he
threw at him in baseball's latest
fist-swinging- free-for-all.
"fm gonna get him and you
can tell him that," steamed
Hoak, who caught a haymaker
by Neal in the fracas touched
off last night at Ebbets Field;
when pitcher Raul Sanchea of
the Redlegs threw a beanbal at
Junior Gilliam of the Dodgers.
'He's gonna .run into some something
thing something between now and Satur
day," Hoak promised, the words
gushing forth in an infuriated
stream. -ir I aon t get him to tonight
night tonight (at Jersey City), It'll be
Saturday. But I'll get him hi
side the ballpark or outside.
"I never saw him coming,
1 the Redlegs' third baseman con-

304lt,Uiied. "He hit me In the eve

who does he think he is? well,
he had 8 Or 10 guys around to

0, --.'help him. He'll need help when
V3 .60) T i.v. n,ltV him We'll r.,

i how good he nits me then
mi.. In 1 -!--l-J
I lie urawi otjuucu momenta
after Gilliam was sent sprawling
in the dirt by a Sanchez bean bean-ball
ball bean-ball with two out in the last of
1 the seventh inn'ng and Cincin-
natl leading, 4-3
By BEANS REAROON
Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: With one out and a
man on second base, the batter
hits down the right field line. The
ball gets past the first baseman,
risht on tne foul line, ana tne
umpire rules-it fair. The cathcer
starts to argue, loses his head
and throws his mask down and
the umpire immediately thumbs
him out of the game. The runner
from scon'd rounds third and
heads for the plate. The right
fielder throws to the catcher who
taes the runner out What s the
ruling here? Bob Ruffin.
Answer: The runner mutt ra ra-turn
turn ra-turn te third. Tha memant tha
catcher was thrown out, tha
game stopped.
O. With none out and runners
on first and second bases, the bat
ter tries to bunt but pops it into
the' air. Is-rhis an infield fly?
Paul Woolstad.
A. No, bunt it never in that
category.
Saturday
for thVlata crowd
of our B&iboa Bar
V

Buffalo,
Steam In

"Old Friends Meet After 20 Years"

rr yj'T J j fir yr nrrjr j

"Chuck" Tayjor (left) of the Converse Rubber .Co.. and "Chas'V
AJernathy (right) of Abernathy Sporting Goods,"

(PA-C) "Chuck" Taylor one
of the all time basketball
"greats" played eleven (11) con consecutive
secutive consecutive years with the world
champion professional Buffalo
Germans and Nem York Celtics
and Is now Promotional Direc Director
tor Director of Converse Rubber Co., and
Ambassador of Basketball lor
the State Department of the
United States.
In above picture raytor is
showing Abernathy, whom he
was closelv associated with in
tine sporting goods business 20
years ago in the United States,
the new low cut "Chuck" Tay Taylor
lor Taylor Converse "All Star" basket basketball
ball basketball shoe which during the past
basketball season was widely ac

HOOf BEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

Three newcomers, two of thim
natiye throughbred? and the oth other
er other a Jamaican bred, are scheduled
to bow into local racing, this week weekend..
end.. weekend.. The natives are the impres impressive
sive impressive Romancero and Sideral. In Introduction
troduction Introduction is the name of the Ja Jamaican
maican Jamaican horse.
Romancero has been so speedy
during his workouts that the tracks
handicapper has been forced to
exclude him from the betting in
his 'very first start. It has been re
ported that Romancero already
more than holds his own in work workouts
outs workouts with such standouts as Este Este-ban
ban Este-ban and Janina.
The two-year-old chestnut colt
it a ton of Keyhavtn-Jam Rail
and is much bigger than Etta Etta-ban
ban Etta-ban and Janina. His owners are,
of course, tha E lata' brothers
Carlot and Fernando. Romance Romance-re
re Romance-re will tport the colors of the
Haras San Miguel.
Sideral is a reportedly fractious
brown two-year-old son of lames
is-Swagger Coat. He is owped and
trained by Mrs. Viola Camargo.
Introduction is a five-year-old
bay son of Fanfare-Miss Marion.
He is owned and trained by James
Wamt. His record indicates that
he is a much better than average
racer.;; ..
The Stud Rio Grande,' once re
presented by the brilliant King's
Prize, is. about to get another good
representative. Arrangements have
been completed to import the top top-notch
notch top-notch er Argentine-bred performer
Narcouco from Peru. T
The owners of the Stud Rio
Grande- recently had the satisfac
tion of seeing their British bred
colt Canoe make an impressive
victorious local debut.
Best, a five-year-old brown horse
by Trafalgar-Belleza, is' another of
the recently imported Argentine
Baseball Bigwigs
Face Inlimidalion'
Charge By House ;
WASHINGTON (UP) Base
ball s bigwigs, already under fire
by congressional investigators for
alleged monopolistic practices, to
day faced a possiDie intimida intimidation"
tion" intimidation" charge. 4
.' ... -J .-
Rep.' Patrick J. Hillings' (R (R-CalifJ
CalifJ (R-CalifJ disclosed Wednesday that
staff investigators of the House
Anti Trust Subcommittee have
started a check to determine if
baseball owners and officials are
inttmidatinz" Bob Feller because
of his recent critical testimony be before
fore before a House committee, i
The disclosure came about after
Feller was prevented from holding
a baseball clinic for youngsters in
Brooklyn Dodger owned Wrifiey
Field iu Los Angeles this week.
Hillinxs statement brought con
flicting statements from all con

cerned, out tne congressman sata
that if the House Anti-Trust Sub Subcommittee'
committee' Subcommittee' finds "substantial evi evidence
dence evidence of reprisals against Feller
bectnas of bis testimony, then it
would ask the Department of Jus Justice
tice Justice to prosecute the individuals;
responkiLle.', ; i
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Richmond; Pick Up

International

mmmm
cepted by "the professional and
college teams throughout the
United' States. Next year this
new shoe will be Introduced in
Panama by Abernathy,
Taylor Is completing his good
will tour of Latin America, hold
ing basketball clinics in all
countries; Tuesday he opened
his visit to Panama with a cu
nle ab National Gvm. Wednes
day at Coldn, Thursday In Da David,
vid, David, and Friday night the last
clinic of the tour will be held
at the Fort Clayton Gym. From
here Taylor will depart for the
United States and very shortly
will begin another tour covering
Japan.
thorougbreds in training to Make
his debut soon. He is owned by
Ricardo A. Line E. and is under
the watchful eye of veteran train
er Henry "White. I ; ..
Oranao has a new trainer., This
disappointing son of Jachal-Hoplng
will continue to race under the
colors of the Stud Tanara but Au Augusta
gusta Augusta Walker replaces Julio Chan Chan-deck
deck Chan-deck in the conditioning depart'
ment.
Angelita will race under the col
ors of Augusto W. Newman in the
future. Her trainer will be Julian
Marshall.
Luisito, Amat and Amin Didi
will all race with blinkers from
this week.
Mikel, a fractious but distance
loving Argentina horse, was ac'
quired this weak by Alcidas Ra Ra-drlguez.
drlguez. Ra-drlguez. Mlkal will race' for
"Chile's" Stud La Chorrar'a.
: .
imj is a gooc- example or a
horse "victimized" by the pre-
aeiu riuicuious nanaicapping- sys system.
tem. system. Tohy, once a good and consis
tent penormer, lost form many
months ago and has been unable
10 win against the company : he
once Deal. fc
The logical thing for the handi handicapper
capper handicapper to do is drop Tony into a
field where he would at least have
a chance of finishing in the money.
However, this -is not the case. To To-ny
ny To-ny must continue to be an "also "also-ran'Vuniil
ran'Vuniil "also-ran'Vuniil "in the opinion of the
handicapper" he merits a drop in
class. r
tfarlack's Injuries
Hoi Serious; Jockey
To Ride Again Soon
w ARLINGTON: HEIGHTS, : IB.
(UP)Top jockey Willie Hartack
was recovering from severe cuts
and bruises today, thankful things
weren't any worse.
Hartack, the- nation's leading
rider with 185 wins to date this
year,1 was spilled in the first race
at Arlington Park Wednesday.
At first it was feared he bad
suffered a. fractured vertebra and
would be sidelined "indefinitely."
A later re-examination of i i-rays
rays i-rays revealed there had not been
a' fracture.: Doctors ssid Hartack
probably would be ready to ride
again within a week. -. v
Hartack tried to persuade the
doctors U let him out by Satur Saturday
day Saturday to he could ride Iron Liege
in the $100,000 Arlington clastic.
But they apparently told the
spunky veteran that he vasnt as
well as all that.
Dr. Herman J. Carr,' Arlington
Park physician, said Hartack- had
a bad bruise in the area of his
right kidney and abrasions on the
right ssde at his forehead. :
Hartack was thrown i from
5moke-Me-Ncw, a 2-year-old filly.
The accident eecarred when
Smoke Me-Now apparently tripped
on a turn, eomersauiting and
throwing Hartack to the outside.
Ke was sprawled on the track
while six horses pounded past.
Hartack, 25, a native of Black
lick. Pa, has won 185 races to
far this year. His closest competi competitor
tor competitor is veteran Willie Shoemaker,
now la California, who has 161
winners vf through Tuesday,

Loop

NEW YORK, July 12 iUP) -The
Buffalo Bisons and the Rich
mond Virginians are picking up
steam in their efforts to turn the
nternational League into a two
team- race. .7:
-Buffalo turned back Toronto for
the fourth straight ime last night,
1-3 while the Vees beat Colum
bus, 4-3, for their fourth in a row
over toe-jets. in otner games,
Montreal trounced Rochester. 6-0
and Havana slipped past Miami,
4-a.
ine Bisons, who now enjoy a
three ; and half game edge over
Richmond, resorted to the home
ball once again to build a 10-run
margin after four innings. Bill Se Serena
rena Serena hit his eighth with a mate a-
ooard while big Luke Easter slug
ged his 28th circuit with the bas
es loaded. Walt Craddock Ditched
shutout ball until the ninth inning
uor nis lutn win in it decisions.
' Bob Wiesler pitched a- strong
four-hitter as Richmond's mound
staff came up withi its second
whitewash job in two; nights. Tom
Carroll hit a two-run homer for
tne winners. r
Kene Valdes won his fourth
straight game for Montreal as he
yielded just three hits. The last last-place
place last-place Royals scored all their runs
in the seventh frame.
Havana tallied once in the hat-
torn of the ninth to provide Orlan
do rena witn nis seventh victory
against four losses. Tom QaulterS,
in relief of Ray Semproch, 432
the loss for the Marlins, bringing
his record to 5-6.
The standings and linescores:
' INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE
Teams
Buffalo
Kichmoud
Toronto
Rochester
Havana
Miami
Columbus
Montreal
W
51
49
47
46
49.
39
34
L
34
39
39
43
47
46
48
49
Pet.
.600
.557
.547
.517
!460
.459
.448
.410
GB
3V4
4ii
7
12
12
13-
16
, Yesterday's Results
Toronto t (X)0-O00-()03--)
Buffalo O06-40O-00XT--1041 1
Schmilr. Crimian U anrf t?.
selli; Craddock and Astrbth. LP-
Rochester 0004XW-000 0 S 1
Montreal r 000-000-60x6-140
Lovenguth, Wright (Treason
(8) ana' Ricketts; Valdes and Pig
nviiu. xr iovengucn.
Columbus
Richmond
000-000-000 0 0
120-000-OOx 3-13 0
O'Donnell Kuzava (5), Burtschy
(8) and Peterson; Wiesler and Chi Chi-ti,
ti, Chi-ti, LP O'Donnell. HR Carroll.
Miami
Havana'
000-100-020-3-81
010-000-021 4 80
Semproch, Qualters (8) and Mc-
i-uuougr:; Hhtien, rena (8). and
izquierao, sierra (7), Garcia ())
WP-Pena. LP Qualters.
Dodgers, Redlegs;
Braves In Fight
For Boxing Title
BROOKLYN. Julv 12 ttJPI
The Brooklyn Dodgert, Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati Redlegs and Milwaukee
Braves are, involved In a close
fight for the golden gloves
championship of the National
League.
Each team has been Involved
in two brawls this season. i
The New York Yankees ire
leading the American League
Boxers." They've eneaeed in
uiree surmisnes on the field
ana one nightclub brawL
Here In .chronolosdcal order
are oaseDaii's main, bouts this
seasori. Including .the principals
invoivea: ; -!
April. 28 Bill Skowron fVan-
kees). ts. Jimmy Piersall (Red
Soxli Much- shoving and angry
wuras exenangea,. but no pun cri cries
es cries thrown.; -ri ; : :
May 15 Yankee brawl at the
Copacabana Night Club. Hank
Bauer was charged with flooring
deucatessen owner, later
cleared. ..-',', j.
May. 27 Johnnv Losran
(Braves) v: Hal Jeffcoat (Red-
legs). Both players were elected
for flehtlnst.. Fddle Mathews
(Braesl'wM spiked durlnr bat
tle. ; i v t ..' ;
JUne 9 Tom : Sturdlvant
(Yankees) Vs. Ray Boone (Ti (Tigers).
gers). (Tigers). Sturdlvant scored, a one-
punch- knockdown: both chased.
June 13 Logan vs Don Drvs-
dale (Dodgers). Logan led with
a left but Drysdale countered
neatly to the head. Mathews and
Cart SawatsM (BravesV and Oil
Hodges (Dodgers) appeared fcv
co-feature.
June 13 Art Ditmar (Yan (Yankees)
kees) (Yankees) ts. Larry Doby (White
Soxl; Doby dropped Ditmar with
an explosive left hook. -. Enos
Slaughter (Tankeet) and Walt
Dropo (White Sox) fought In
semi-finaL
July 11 Raul Sanchea (Red (Red-legs)
legs) (Red-legs) vs. 'Junior Gilliam ( Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers ? and Don Hoak (Redlegs) vs.
Charley Neal (Dodgers) In two
lively bout. All ejected,

. Editors CONRADO SARGEANT . h I
&sam
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NATIONAL LEAGUE . AMERICAN 1 sca Altai I I

Teams
St. Louis
Philadelphia
Milwaukee
Cincinnati
Brooklyn
New York
Pittsburgh
Chicago
Today's Gamat
Cincinnati vs. Brooklyn (Night
St. Louis at New York (N) f
Chicago at Philadelphia (N)
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh- (N)
Yaserdav't Ratula r
St. Louis 000 000 000 A '5 0
New York 000 001 OOx 1 '50
L. McDaniel (8-51 WUhelm nH
H. Smith.
Antonelli (8-7) and Thomas.
(Night Game
Milwaukee- 000 400 0127 12 0
Pittsburgh 100 .100 000 12
Trowbridee f3-l) and Crandull
6I
Friend (610), Arroyo and Foiles,
Rand.
(Night Game)
Cincinnati ,: 010 003 0004 8 1
Brooklyn 000 300 20x 5 9 2
Lawrence, Sanchez, Acker (94)
and Burgess. '
McDevitt, Labine, Craig (4-5),
Podres and Campanella.
(Twilight Game)
Chicago 000 000 0011 4 0
rnuaaoiphla 002 000 10x-3 7
Rush (1-8). Lown and Neeman
HaddJx (8-5) and Lopata, Lon-
neu.
(Night Game)
Chicago ., 00 000 0011 4 0
Philadelphia 002 999 lOx 3' 7 0
.Elston (2-l and Silvera.
Sanford (11-2) and Lonnett.V
CROSBY EXPANDS
San Francisco (ti.k Thu
Bine Crosby Pro-Amateir will be
expanded to include a1 72-hole golf
tournament.' J an nz. Tne broad broadcasting
casting broadcasting and -film rights swell the
prize money, to. IVMJOO,, 1
STANDINGS
Atlantic Basketball League
Teams
W L Pet.
Alumni
Cristobal
Powells
Working Boys
6 1 .857
3 4,. .429
3 4 .429
,2 4 .286
' 'Wednesday's Results
Powells 59, Workings Boys 55 ;
Alumnr 60, Cristobal 53,- r
Monday's Games ','
Alumni vs Working Boys:' ;
Cristobal vs Powells
"By TREVOR SIMONS f
John Hatgi staged one-man war
on the Cristobal five at Margari Margarita
ta Margarita Wednesday night with the top
scoring effort of the season. 29
points, to lead the Alumni in a 60-
to 53 victory over Cristobal and
increase their, league lead to three
ft JAAI. I1VK 1UB uwu
previous individual scoring high
for the season,. 27 points scored a-
gainst Powells on June 6, and
now leads the loon with 121.
Powells threw cold water on the
onrushing Working Boys in the
first game of the evening by snap
ping tne. latter'! two-game witn
streak, 59 to 5in a thrilling con-
tes. faced by IVoel Gibson, who
scored 25 points to jump his sea season
son season total to -114, Powells had to
battle every inch of the four quar quarters
ters quarters to score the close decision.
The winners clung to a slim
lead throughout. 18 to 11 at the
end of the first quarter and 34 to
30 at naif time. Tne Working Boys
made a serious bid for the lead
during the third stanza, moving
to within one point of the leaders,
39 to 38. But with Noel Gibson hit hitting
ting hitting with much more regularity
than his previous performance,
Powells pulled' away in the clos closing
ing closing minutes to win 9 to 55."
One of the highlights of the first
game of the evening was Powells'
complete reversal at the foul line.
Last Monday night they dropped
a close decision to Alumni main mainly
ly mainly because of a poor nine for 27
showing at the free throw line.
Completely reversing this Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night, Powells .overcame a
five basket deficit, to win over
Working Boys from the foul line.:
Powells hsd an amazing 21 for 32,
while the Working Boys accounted
for 7 points in 14 tries.. J
Arnold Manning, who had been:
slow rounding into shpe, paced
the losers with a 17 point effort,'
, John Hatgi was the whole show
ia the nightcap, scoring nearly
half of hit team's 60 points, te
give Alumni a 60 to 53 decision
and a three game lead in the. 1957
race. In a close battle that raged
nip and tuck up to the final min minutes
utes minutes of the third quarter, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal trd desperately to jolt Alum Alumni
ni Alumni from their comfortable lead.
Onlv two mint emratett the two
Heams at half time when the count

W L Pet. GB Teams W L Pet. CI
, 46 32 .590 New York 52 26 MT l
44 34 .564 2 Chicago 49 30 .620 3
45 35 .563 2 Boston 43 37 .538 10
44 37 .543 3Vi Baltimore, 39 39 .500 13

42 36 .538 4 Cleveland' 39 40 .494 13
37 43 .463 MO Detroit 39 40 .494 131
- 30 50 .375 1 17 Kansas City 29 48 .377 22 1
26 47 .356' l7Vi Washington 26 56 .317 28 J

Hatqi Scores 29 Points
As Alumni Win Anothei
--.t':U;-j-';'r;i;:

Today's Games s
Baltimore at Cleveland (N)
Washington at Chicago (N)
Boston at Detroit (N)
New York at Kansas Clty. (N):
Yesterday's Results
Boston 121 020 010 29 1J
Detroit '110 003 020 07 16
Fornieles, Delock (4-6), Mina
cm, inasaies ana wnita. ;
Lary, Byrd, Aber, Sleater (2-2.1
jviaas ana wiison. 1 j
(Niaht Game)
Washington 300, 010 002 13
cmcago 401 000 000 ji l
Ramos, Kern merer Byerly (1 (1-and
and (1-and Courtney.
Wilson, Derrington, 'Howell, t
raime u-i), ataiey ana Moss,
(Night Game) f
New York 000 000 101 018 8
Kansas City 100 000 010 00 2 10
Turley, Ditmar (6-1) and Berr :
Trucks, Morgan (3-6) and Thon
son.
(Twilight Game)
Baltimore 000 210 000 025 I
Cleveland 000 101 100 01-4 11
- .v....
Moore, Lehman (3-1). Zuverii
and Triandos, Ginsberg. r
- NarleskiMcLish (4-4) and Ni
on.
(Night Gams)
Baltimore
302 000 008 g T I
Cleveland
002 000 0204 10
Wight, Zuverink (M-Loe.1 ai
Ginsberg ',-.;;( ;
Daley. and,.BroWn, Nixon.
.u.,UVU ,V Vt J VIII HJCBfJ x AlUI
read 31 to 29. '-..,
The Cristobal challenge, howe,
er- feu off in the tlurd auart
and even. lata ittarlr In (h. I.g
- VWW m win a
three minutes of the final tani5
could not overcome the lead, pile :
on py Aiumm. juuee kock w;
me wg scorer ior -Cristobal wHJ
20 points, while Louis Hooper,, Nf
pvm au. inc. juuy, auuea x
his season, totathich how stand
' Action Resumes Monday Night
Action will, resume at Margai
ta on Monday nieht when A him
takes on Working Boys in the .firl
scheduled game of the evenir
and Powells meet Cristobal in -tr;
nightcap.,-- v .-. jj
.4- ': '' '"'yy
STANDING
IBoilerniakeri
J The Dons
Diplomats v ,."" -;V::
Dukes
Twitdav'a fiamaa
6:00 p.m. Diplomats vi T)nWi
7:00 p.m. Boilermakers v ti
Pons
i
Onca again, two thrinr
played last night at .the Balbr
Gym. Both games were very clo?
and no: decided until the fin
quarter. '. t
The first game saw the Boile
makers continue their winnii
streak to five games, by defes,
ing the Dukes 4740. For -thr
quarters both teams were at eat
other's throat, being deadlock,
34-34 st the end of the third p
riod. The fourth quarter was alt5
hard fought but the Boilermakei
were able to come out on top f
the final whistle. 0
Lem Kirkland, scoring over haf
or ine coiiermaKer s total point
.aiiiea unce ne got down
business, he couldn't be stoppe
For the Dukes. Garv Alezand
again oaced them with 14 nointa
The second game of the evenid
saw tne cellar dwelling Diplomat
upsetting the Pons by a 46 3
score. The Diplomats, displayin
good team work, were able to tun
the tables.- - - I
Both teams were hampered q
excess.ve. personal fouls, but u
Dons suffered most when the
three top men hsd to leave th
floor in succession .during the i
nal quarter. - r
' The three remaining players di
tne nes; tney could and tooK a
vantage of the Diplomats fouls
close the gap a bit. but to no
vaiL as the Diplomats were tq
far ahead.
For the victorious Diplomat!
Lane mom f on and George
bier scored 17 and 12 points ri
spectively. Al Nahmad and R'
Barbara tallied 23 and 12 poin
respectively for the losers. -

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Blakeitnere Gavilan, Kadir,
Einbrujada, Cliivilingd. And
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Race Track Graded 'Entries

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Comment

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"Six aooarehtly evenly matched second series im

ported thoroughbreds will match strides tomorrow
Ol Jl I' T 11 -". -i 11 !- 'J!.

aiternoon at me rresiaen itemon raceiracit in ui ui-pute
pute ui-pute of the $750 purse offered in the featured seven
furlong sprint, ; f T '

The chances of the scheduled male now pei;Iprming at tne nroa

,starters appears to be so well di-

- siriDutca uiai n is uaiu iu uimi a
prospective mutuels favorite How How-ever.'the
ever.'the How-ever.'the consistent Kadir, improv improved
ed improved Blakeraere and hard running
Gavilan appear to hold a slight
edge over Kmbrujada and Opulen Opulen-to.
to. Opulen-to. Chivilingo, the other schedul scheduled
ed scheduled starter ,v will race in an entry
with Blakemere.,
Kadir failed to finish In the mo
ey in the recent one mile and a
quarter $3,00U added U.S.. Inde

pendence Day Classic wmcn was
won bv Santurron, It was the first

time in 14 starts that he had fail
ed to finish, either first or scond.
Alelandro Yraza will ride him to

morrow against this weaker field

than the one he faced July 4.
Gavilan was second to Kadir his
last time out, about three weeks
iigo. lib has been working well,
however, and is sure to be in the
thick of the battle all the way. Al Alfredo
fredo Alfredo Vasquez, apparently out to
regain his! leading jockey crown
from Euben Vasquez, will guide
tile Reginald Douglas star. ;
Blakf-mere; an inmressivfi sec

ond behind the steadily improving T-Venganza

Scintillation, win nave mas Agui- z-Bonitacio

rre aboard again. Stablemate Chi- 3-Chancerita

vdingo is fresh from a victory in Ib-Jipi Japa

trie lower DracKet ana is enioying s-solito

his best form since arriving on the 6 Julio Verne

isthmus with an impressive rec- 7-Gavilan

ord. lleliodoro Gustmes has the 8-Chulpa

leg up on Chivilingo. 9-Rositr

Embruiada, undoubtedly the best 1 iO-Cane

ern.Jufn Diairfacine plant, could

be an upsetteV. Vastly, improved

jockey Braulio Baeza will guide

the 'Hugo de. la Pena trained Chi Chilean
lean Chilean rcer.
Opulcnto a brilliant front run runner
ner runner returned from a orolonged sus

pension last week and apparently

is not in ton form yet. He is an

other trobable loneshot winner,

Hia ffavorite rider. Virsilio Cas

tillo will do the. booting on the

Stud Et Aguiia star.
Nine other Oroscective thrillers

are included on the card..' In one

of 4hem, the much ballyhooed na native
tive native throughbred, Roroancero, will
make hi debut. This two-ear-old

chestnut son of Keyhaven jam
Roll has been so impressive in his
workouts that he will be excluded
from, the betting.

Racetrack Tips

By CON R ADO

Danlale

Display Seng
- - Tanganica

Golden Moon

Den Grao
. Cypress Bull

, Kadir
Lulsite

Golden Corn II
Celestial Firt

4th

i u
1 Sem'plenu
2 Amin Pidi
3 Clybern
4 Venganza
5 Socorrito
6 Danielo J
7 Grty Juan'
8 Moon Beam

' Jockey

Strits-lmp. 4 Fg. Purse f 400 Pool Clot 1:00
..FIRST' RACE' OF' THf DOUBII
- F.i Gktica 100 Jteturns from layoff j 10-1
, J Cadogan 113 Also had long rest 7 10-1
iBv Baeza 110 Showing improvement 5-2
:' A. Yraza US' Lob tr overdue 2-1

. r ,iu yusuues iuu nan weu vi isi

3-1

Fi Alvarez: Il6 Hard to -bertt Jiera -s HWfj 24

7 (ri ln.v

'teas.

7nA Wmrm ilk Titrlit Imn. i Fm Piirt tUO

' -DA-C ft E TUB rirtllBf

j, jimenei lua -j.ot agaiusi inese
F. Alvarez 115 i-j-Notoriously slow star'

1 Lanero
2 Gourmet
3 Bonifacio
4-Rivcal
5 Andes

6 Luiky least A

7 Display Song H.
8 Empire Cross
9 Serabueoo R

A. 'Mena 115 -t-Nothine in months

G. Montero 104x Couid take it 11

sir ooi sViofet 1,-40

30-1
10-1

B

Ro.,1 XnS LVofl- offnr ii lac g A

F. Hidalcro 108 K-DauaJlv close una1 W

Vasquez 115 fc-Couid be runneriip'

2-1

' 4-1

Gustmes 108 -.Fotm indkatea vJr i EVEN

D. Cortex 110 Last doesn't .count Mi: 7: 2-1

3rd Race Non-Winners Nats, S Fq. Purs S300
' ONi TWO

Wf oolf Closes i'M

1 Cuca f
2 Chancerila
3 --Tanganiza
t Mr. Coup 1
Ar.celita

L(Sideral

7 (iiuacamnya
8 Romancero

4th Race "HI.

H. Gustines 105 Needs building up
B. Baeza 108 Vastly improved
, Hernandez 109x Should be runnerup :
' J. Cadogan 105 -Nothing! Jike sir r
J. Guzman 100 Will never win
Fj' Hidalgo 112 Reportedly, fractious
E. Ortega 100 Rates fair chance
1 R. Cristian 112 -Excluded from betting

50-1
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30-1
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5-2
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Attell Looks At Boxing
Investigations With
Satirical Speculation

it,.-.

By OSCAR FRALEY

NEW YORK (UPKWiry, wispy
AbvArte!l at : 74 still !as fit as

any .featherweight around, looks

at the current boxing investiga

tions with satirical speculation.

Abe figures that the truth will

out.. He's a great believer in jus

tice,; this lutle; man, because he

was able to prove his own inno innocence
cence innocence ,45 'years rigb. '

That 8 wheni Abe was mvestigat

Vasquez 112 Excluded frum betl&g ft XXXXrle irovoke one of the most

numerous ipciaems oi uu wug
career, :

It seems that, in, 1912. Abe was

scheduled to .box one. Knockout

Brdwn. This wa a gladiator who,

Abe admits. "shouldn't "have hit

me in the rumble seat with a vio vio-lin..'".
lin..'". vio-lin..'". gut 'just before the bout Abe
!broke bis thumb. Rather than call
joffl the i figlit, he had it shot full
"The doctor gave me an over overdose
dose overdose and when I got in the ring

I couldn t hardly see," he re recalls
calls recalls with a grin. "This guy I
should have taken left handed
makes a bum out of me."

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1 Golden Moon B. (Baeza 113 Lost bearihreaker 3
2 Jipi Japa1 A. Ycaza 110 In fight to finish 3

3 Wmsaba J. Rodriguez 110 Distance to liking 3-1
4 Cochisa F. Hidalgo 108 Us'iallv fractious 5-1

5 El Pequeno A. Gonzales' lla Blaxlnt early speed 5-1

6 Guarare J. Cadogan 110 .Disappointed last 3
7 -Don Manuel, E. Ortega HQ ij-Has late frot .15-

8 Orando G. Montero UOxh-Could make it here 4-1

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5th Race "F" Natives t FgsPPurso $375

. A. Vasquez 118 -Consistent performer
Ji 'Phillips, llCr Distance, to liking
G. Milord llOx Nothing in months
B. Aguirre l6a -rWill fight it" out
D. Cortez 105 ,-Needs a rest now t.
S. Hernandez ; 97x Must go lower

Pool Cldses 3:05

1 Don Grao
2 Soliio
3 Jachalin.
4 Cliito
5"-Yoyita
6 Montero

3-2

5

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Oth Race "Special" Imp. 1 Ffsf Purse $650

Pool Closes 3:45

FIRST RAC1 OF THE DOUBLE

1 Julio Verne A. Vasquez 115 Should beat these t
2 Silver Blue H. Gustines 106 Disappointment to date 4-

3 -Ee Matelot F. Alvarez 104 Has shown nothing 15-1

4 Dagcn i B. Baeza. 108 Reportedly Improved 3-:

5 Princess V. J. Cagogan 102.; Early speed only 100
6 Cypress Bull J. Phillips 110 Distance suits style 3

7th Race 2nd SerU Imp. 7 Ft.Pur 7S0 Pool Closet 4:20

( -2nd RACE OF THI DOUBLI ,.. ;

1- Opulentb '" CaiUllo llS -CeuM go alllufway ; 4-1
2 Embrujad .,riB, ..Baeza .1,12 Always close. un ,. . 3-1

3 Gavilan A. Vasquez 115 Usually performs well. 2

4 Kadir . A. -Ycaza 115 -rConsistent racer 2-1

5 ( Chivilingo Hi Gustines 105 Impioving, steadily 2-1

6 (Blakcniere B. Aguirre 108 Racicg to top form 2-1

Ith Race 5th Series, Imp. 7 Fas. Purse $500 Pool Closes 4:55

, QUINIELA

1 Joes Fiddling -ID. Cortex
2 Trirreme B. Baeza
3 Luisito F.t Alvarez
4 Dona Beatrix 3, Phillips
5 Concrete Pip? S. Carvajal
8 Mrs. HaJligatt G. Montero
.7 Reinozada G. Ramos
8 Chulpa R. Vasquez
9 Fenix X. Rodriguez

112 Apparently needs rest 5-1

110 Completely washed up 30-1

115 Dangerous contender here 2-1

113 Good early speed 10-1

115 Early speed only 15-1

105x Could be upsetter 5-1
102x Usually close up 3-1
115 Rest should help her EVEN
110 Returns in good shape 4-1

9th Race 4tMSerler, Imp. P. Purse SMO Pool Closes 5:30

VNI WW

1 Plateado A. Vasquez 115 i Nothing in ages
2 VolcanicO R. Vasquez 118 Seeks repeat victory
3 Fifito 'i- H. Gustines 108 -Slightly improved
4 Crews Hill B. Baeza 110 Could score again
5 Rosier B Aguirre 118 Form indicates
6 Golden Corn J. Phillips 110 Dubious ride in last
7 Gtamilla G. Ramos lOOx Plenty early speed

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10th Race 4th Series Imp. Fgs. Purse $400

1 Mzereura S.'. Hernandez 102x Not off recent races
2 Oro Purilo J. Phillips 108 Another hopeless case
3 auoe IB. Aguirre 115 Reportedlv high class
4 Coial G. Montero 105x Finished well in last
5 i-Panzar'etta U. Gustines 105 -i-Seeks repeat victory
6 Celestial Fire B. Baeza 110 Could go all the way

Pool CIoms 4(00

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. THIS WAY, SCN Pat WcMurty gets punching Instructions
from his manager ad Cather. Clarence. The young Tacoma
beaTyweiht is a serious chaikngr,pf Floyd PatUraon..-

Crown Up Caviar
The boxing commission thought

it detected the odor of srown uo

caviar and invited Abe to a full

blown inquiry. Abe told his story
and the commissioners, believing
he had taken a swan dive into the
tank, listened sneeringly. Finally
dismissing him, they .summoned

Brown to the stand. The testimo
ny went like this:

'.'Did you see Mr. Attell before

going, to the club
' "No, sir."
"When Mr. Atell entered the
ring, did he speak to you?"
"Yes,, sir."
' 1 ', .. if
There was an uproar in the
room. The commissioners, it was

evident, thought they had sure
evidence of collusion. A 1 m os t

gleefully they pounced on Brown.
"And what," demanded one in

the voice of doom, "did he say

to you?"
The room was tense and ex

pectant. Everyone 1 e a n e d for

ward, anticipation on ineir laces.

Brown looked around fearfully.

gulped noisily and then gave, nisi

"Well, Mr.. Attell came right

over to me and ne saia euo,

you silJy-lookm' burnt'
Hearing Broke Up f
That broke up the hearing.

It s one oi Ane a most cnerisnea

memories, standing right next to

the night when he was 13-years-

oia ana nis motner discovered he
was to have' his t first amateur
fight. Mrs Attell was dead set
against fighting, told him neyer
to darken the f a m i 1 y portals

again u ne Doxea and finally re
lented on his promise that to pre

serve his "manly" reputation he

would nave only .the .one bout.

Abe won without a glove being
laid on him and the promoter

gave mm is silver dollars, which

was neaps cr coin in the year

iB. Am rusneo nome, happily
laying them in his mother's lap.
She looked at the money, scanned
his unmarked features and then
said:
st

"Well, Abe, when are you go

ing 10 ngnt again?''
Which started Abe on a career
of 365 fights in which he lost Only
nine and held the featherweight
title for h span of 10 years and
4 months.
"And not a one was tainted,"
he grins. "Ask Knockout Brown."

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OLD ROOMIE REUNION--When Mickey Mantle reached
second against Kansas City he found his old roommate, Billy
Martin, now an Athletic, ready with a couple of quips. They're
good friends, but' Mickey never took his -foot off the bag,j

f

VOX!

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Shirts
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Suits

Huckl-de-Buck
A Repeater

lute l. f MSJA1 Far the M-

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d-buck" oysiowa to

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team fl bst roprosontod the

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VI III S1WW.

uumin in Yna did

Seven, MeNortiwy mad on error

in 212 chine -wring iih imiot

end bartM J0-.

Giro

By JIMMY DEMARET
( Wrirbwi for NEA Service

Most shots out of a trap or rough

can be played with the eight or

nine iron, nut tnr weage mucn
surer to set you out of trouble and

close to tlje hole.

IU heavy heaa cuu inrousn esi

where the eight or nine iron

might have to be forced.
Ther are several ways to play

trom a sand trap, .hut the best is
the rfinltsiou. a different 'shot

from almost tny other. The object

is to hit the sand and not tne Dau.
The stance is open, the ball
played off the left heeL The club
is gripped fairly low on the shaft,
the clubface open. This Insures
striking the 'sand first. It is the
force of the sand exploding against

the ball which pushed the ball up
into" the air.

Important are the lie, the dis

tance .rquirea ana me tenure 01

the sand. Distance is determined
by the length of the haekswing

and the rhythmic force put into

the shot. -.'.'

The he and texture of the sand

tell you how far to hit behind the
balL If the rand is loose and dry
you hit farther behind thaa if It is
wet and pecked. -

Ob lbs ordinary shot you ao not

need to hit more than a half inch

to an inch in back of tha balL If the

ball is practically buried, however
you may have to hit as far as aa
inch and a hah in back. Ia this
case, closing the face f the club

triile help.
Firr foe me Is essential. s wig

gle the feet u tight and. comfort

ably.

The timinr should be laxv. for

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FRIDAY, JULY U, WB
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Rooms
FOR RENT: Rooms. Francisco
Filoi Strttt No. 43, Vista Her Her-mosa.
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Beginning Wednesday night, the
Hotel El Panama will feature a
"Talent Night" every week in the
informal atmosphere of the Bal
boa Bar, it was announced yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. On Monday at 3 p.m. all enter entertainers,
tainers, entertainers, professional or amateur,
who wish to take part, are asked
to go to the Panama Salon on the
1st floor of the hotel. Acts may be
fingmg, dancing, comedy, juggling
or other entertainment. n.ntertain n.ntertain-ers
ers n.ntertain-ers should attend the try-outs with
necessary music, costumes, props
and a photograph. Anyone on the
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Th prire for the winner is a
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ma. Panama. 1953 FORD 2 doors 2
tones Good upholstery
- $ cyl. Radio $925.00.
Coipan Motors Tel. 2-0625
1954 FORD 2 doors new
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upholstery $1,175.
f Coipan Motors Tel. 2-0625
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New tires Excellent
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Job Top in excellent
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Phono Panama 1-4941.
FOR RENT: Specious two-bod-room
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State Department ban on trav travels
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respondents Correspondents in Communist Chi China.
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Support the International Fed Federation
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Condemn the Indiana legisla legislature
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Meetings
Medical Association
Moots Tuesday
The 607 th meeting of the Medic Medical
al Medical Association of the Isthmian Can Canal
al Canal Zone will be held in Ward IT.
Gorgss Hospital, on Tuesday at
7:00 p.m.
The following scientific program
will be presented:
"The Flight Surgeon Looks at
the Route." and "la Flight todies
of Respiratory Physiology," by U.
Col. Hamilton B. Webb, Albrook
Air Force Base, CI.
A buffet dinner preceded by re re-freshmests
freshmests re-freshmests will be served by lir.
Wallace, at T OO p.ss.
FOR BETTER,
USED CARS
try
UMCAR, S. A.
VOLKSWAGEN

Zi7i: ".. jit. LEWIS

Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 60 cu. ft. Ingersoll
Rand gasoline compressor, 210
cu. ft. Leroy gasoline compres compressor,
sor, compressor, 500 cu. ft. Ingersoll Rand
diesel compressor, 1942 Dodge
Coupe, 1952 Fiat Convertible,
1951 Nash Rambler. Call Balboa
1530. 7 a.m. till 3:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 13 -gallon empty
sulphuric acid carboys. Firestone
3-1501.
SKINDIVERS! Finest Italian
aquipment in stock now, MARES
SPORT masks, fins and guns
preferred by world experts. We
have plenty of spare parts alao.
Agencies Crawford.
FOR SALE: Seve money! Buy
Clayco blocks, 4" x 12" x 12".
They are economical, light and
do not crack, $123.20 per thou thousand.
sand. thousand. Clayco 6r Alfareria, S. A.,
Via EspaAa No. 37-48. Phono
3-0160.
FOR SALE: PIPER Tri-Pacor,
rebuilt, perfect. Paitilla. Miran Miranda.
da. Miranda. HUDSON Wasp. 1952, 4-dr.
Hydramatic, radio, A-1, $600.
REFRIGERATOR, 60-cycle, 8.8
cu. ft. No rust. $100. Plato
CAMERA. 4.5 Skopar, dxb, press
back. 3 cfh. $30. Curundu 83 83-5196.
5196. 83-5196. CLEARANCE SALE of Costume
Jewelry, Home Decorations, Lea Leather
ther Leather Goods, Stationery, Novelties
and many others. Sorry, Cash on only.
ly. only. MATMOR No. 122, Central
Ave., across from F elix Maduro.
FOR SALI: One upright piano
with bench, fn good condition.
Call Curundu 6136 after work working
ing working hours.
. Everything for athletes. Large
stock basketball equipment. Im Immediate
mediate Immediate delivery. Liberal dis discount.
count. discount. ABERNATHY SPORTING
GOODS.
Police Officer
Arrests Brolher
1
On Rape Charge
CHINO, Calif., July 12 (UP) A
police officer arrested his younger
brother on a rape charge, it was
disclosed today when the assail
ant was arraigned on charges of
attacking a 19-year-old mother.
Assistant Police Chief Edward
Clsneros, visibly shaken by the
dutv he had to perform, placed
his brother, Joseph, 21, under ar
rest yesterday as he was being
treated for self-inflicted wounds in
an apparent suicide attempt. The
younger brother confessed the
crime, nonce said.
"The fact that he is my brother
has nothing to do with the per performance
formance performance of my duty," the officer
said. "The courts will decide the
extent of his punishment."
Police reported that the victim,
whose name was withheld, identi identified
fied identified Joseph Cisneros as the man
who entered her home early Mon
day after removing a screen, held
a knife to her throat and assault'
ed her.
Joseph, who is married and the
father ot a small child, then
slashed his wrists and swallowed
a handful of aspirin tablets. He
was taken to the County Hospital
for observation and treatment.
The suicide attempt aroused the
suspicions of the elder brother
who went to the hospital with Po Police
lice Police Chief David Pruitt and after
questioning Joseph placed him un under
der under arrest. Edward booked his
brother on the rape charge. Pruitt
said that the younger Cisneros
made a full confession and said
he did not know why lie commit committed
ted committed the crime.
Potter Names
(Conttnned Iron rurt 1)
mittees. the principal officers of
the Fund, and several elected mem members.
bers. members. The complete membership of
the five committees follows:
Executive Committee: Potter,
chairman: CoL C. A. Beall; Col.
E. J. Bradley: Crowe: Ellis L,
Fawcett: Martin L Hayes; Manly;
Thomas L. Sellers; Owen B. Shir
ley; Harry E. Townsend; Cmdr.
Wallace A. UUey.
Budget and Allocation Commit Committee:
tee: Committee: Gordon, chairman; Floyd
Baldwin. LCDR G. E. Bell; Bruce
Carpenter; Capt W. E. Hall; C.
William Homa; Mrs. John Ham Hammond;
mond; Hammond; Capt Delbert Ladwigr Al Alfred
fred Alfred E. Osborne; W. Rajr price;
Cspt Warner S. Rodiman; Mrs.
Albert Sasrinea; Cardea S. Shek Shek-eU;
eU; Shek-eU; W. J. Sheridsn, Jr.; Fred de
V. SiU.
Admissions Committee: Crowe,
chairman: Rev. Walker M. Alder-
ton; Col. E. J. Brattiey: u. a.
Dietx: Wilson Dillon: LL' CoL K.
A. Morten (Chaptaui); sruee sun
ders; Cmdr. R. A. Sexton;; Owen
K. Shirley; juage i J- r. iaieu-
mam. - ,.
Camoam Committee: steers.
chairman: Lt. CoL W. A. Franks;
CoL H. H. Hastings:' Lt, CoL
Claud Bobb; Cmdr. W.' A.. UUey.
Promotion end pwexicrrr -m-snitto:
tronl, ehoirvnon; Arey;
Mrs. Joan Baihry; Rrodio im
Ham; C sorgo Cdma; Cap.
Richerel Joy; Mrs. Iatrtci Mr.
kwn; Hake Skinner Cop. R. f
Taffo; Cmdr, W. A Yowrtf.

SEBVICE Ave. TlvoU Wo. "'"-V"."
Home Articles
FOR SALE:-JrCoueh, double bed,
bunk beds, sweeper, kitchen ta table,
ble, table, 25-cyclo refrigerator and
dryer: Cristobal 3-2765.
FOR SALE: Gas stove 4 burner,
good 'condition. Leaving for the
States. Phone Balboa 2-3219
from 7 af.m. to I p.m.
FOR SALEi-Zenith radio-phono
console. 0rs 721 -A Balboa.
Phono 2-4407.
FOR SALE: Console radio and
3 -speed record 'player combina
tion. Call Panama i-lS.
-V-
FOR SALE: Studio couch $59,
complete double beds $4$, Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood beds 30' $22.50, mat mat-trasses
trasses mat-trasses $12.50, complete folding
beds $29, bureaus $9.50, dining
table and 4 chain $59, metal ta tables
bles tables $12, chrome chairs $9.50,
chairs $3, coffee tables $12.50.
child's wardrobe $19, cornor ta tables
bles tables $18, linoleums $6.95. Also:
beautiful wrought iron living and
dining room sets at lowest prices.
We give Gold Stamps. Household
Exchange, National Ave. No, 41.
Phono 3-4911, 3-7348.
FOR SALE: General household
furniture. Singer sewing ma machine,
chine, machine, plants. Option of apart apartment
ment apartment possible. Call 3-1857 Sun Sunday
day Sunday 10-5 o'clock, weekday 5-9
p.m.
FOR SALE: Desk $11, maple
chest of drawers SI 5, 2 fiber1 h
ruas9x SI 5, 54" springs, ta-',
herspring mattress $45. Phono
Balboa 4464.
Survey Engineer
Rafael Petilon
Makes Army Choice
tr..i,i9i4'ar TI S Arm. Carib-
HWUHUW w
bean has received notice from De
partment of the Army mat anotn anotn-er
er anotn-er application from the, command
for appointment in the Regular
Army under Project 200 had been
received. .,
, Rafael Petlton, 1 civilian em employe
ploye employe of th Inter American Geo
detic Survey, is a proepocuvo
plicant in the field of civil .engi-
. : it v,ih rivu onvineer-
tag degree from the University of
Puerto JKico ana is
i: in th ortillprv Petition
has been furnished a complete ap
plication kit Dy jjepanmeni oi me
n win i a nmnrarn desien-
ed to appoint 200 qualified special-
I a7t a. 15 aMiil A IS'
ists as otneers, in uw
my with careers in technical serv services
ices services and assignments in the re re-sparch
sparch re-sparch and development activities
of these services,
Correspondence concerning rro rro-onn
onn rro-onn mnt h addressed to: The
ijitr,t rcnral. Denartment of
the Army, wssamgwu
Attn: AGPB-A.
Qualified applicants must be spe specialists
cialists specialists in one of 20 fields. They are
.u...:.. MsinlAttt tahvsirK. ftleatTlCul
engineerinv, electronic engineering
electronic aaia pwius.i .,
nautial engineering and civu en
gineering. ...
mipisae ftffects en-
VUicia ,
eineering, mechanical engineering,
chemical eugmoci ms, r.'f
communications engineermg, ma mathematics,
thematics, mathematics, bacteriology, and me meteorology.
teorology. meteorology. L
or radio biology, psychophysiology.
hydrology, operaupu. nwim u
gnided missiles.
Little League
Boys 11; Girls 7
Eignteen ba Dies, including a let
of twin boys corn to jor.
. r A SlovanHpr of ParSlSO.
HUB. Jm 7 J
were born at Gorges Hospital dur
ing the week ending at nuuuigm,
July 8, according to the regular
ninrt Ilurinsr that ssme
period 192 patienu were admitted
a.uu w w .
Girl babies were born to the fol following
lowing following parents: SP-2 and Mrs. R.
n K.rtonn Diablo Terrsce. Mr.
mnrt let nifpnirieu.
mA Um v imiDtnicz. riDimi
a mvmmj
ritv: Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jem-
mott, Paraiso; Spl and Mrs. F,
Figueroa, Cocoli; Mr. and Mrs
A. Williams; Panama City; Mr,
and Mrs. G. H. McFarlane, Gam
boa; and SP-3 and Mrs. G. D,
Fredette, uamooa.
On. kaKiaa WK bom lO Ul fOl
Mr mnA Mrs. H. A. Scott.
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. J, A.
lamai Panama City: Mr. ana
Mrs. U A. Grant, Gamboa Mr.
mi'aSra P. Simurli. La Boca:
SP-3 and Mrs. L. R. Major, Bal Balboa;
boa; Balboa; Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Daley,
Balboa; Mr. and Mrs. H. Layne,
Panama City; SP-2 and Mrs. E.
H. Markway, Diablo Terrace; and
Mr. and .Mrs. s. r. uiascoagas.
PanasBa City, i
Red Bids Issued
wr.crVijV t Iw t? flTPVThs Sv
anuiTvwTi 9 svwj
viet Union has invited naval and
military delegations xrom at eoun eoun-tri
tri eoun-tri to witness the Soviet Nsval
Dsr celebrations Juiy i.
the stosmDor Soviet Aviatioo re
ported today.

""."r it H M A CI A
SERVICES
The FATIMA PHARMACY Jo-,
cated at Marcado El Roy, offers
, efficient .filling of prescriptions
and homo delivery service, Phona
s 3-3416.
The best dinners and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel International "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata S da Mayo.
ATTENTION: Gamboa Residents
TV Service' calls on TUES TUESDAYS
DAYS TUESDAYS ONLY $6.50. Las Cum Cum--
- Cum-- bras resident on THURSDAYS e
ONLY $6.50. Fort Kobbo calls
en WEDNESDAYS ONLY
$5.50. Local area calls continue
at $3.50. Phone U.S. Television
Panama 2-4616.

SIX ; (A
FOUR-DOOR W
DELUXE SEDAN

$2 4;90t)

CIV

PANAMA

OR SALI s Santa Clare. Large
ranch type house, redwood and
concrete, tiled floors. 2 baths,
I servants' quarters, s a a c I us
' grounds. This is comfortable
home, can also bo used for elub,
school, etc. Five minutes walk
from beach. For information all
2-2830. 2-2644. C

Lesson
y LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Teenagers Protoens
Balboa 2-4239.
Harnett, and
Dunn,
WANTED:- Will pay cash lor;
retreadabl tiro casings. Firestone
3-1501. ?
WANTIB TO BUTi12-iir. 25 25-cycl
cycl 25-cycl electric fan. Phono 2-3373.
WANTED: Small trailer carry carryall.
all. carryall. Details to Box 86, Balboa.
WANTED: Belt-driven exhaust
fan 18 to 24-in. with or without
25-cyclo motor. Call 2-4484.
IS ONLY

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DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL CX.

STUD SERYICIt Wlr-hird
Fax Terrier, pedigreed, ARC rog
istered. 2-3586.
STUD SERVICE: AKC rogistorao
Boxer. Phono Fort Clayton 87-
6205 p.m.
Boats & Motors
, Largo stock used goats, meters
'and trailer. Accept reasonable ;
off er, consider trade. Everything
for the fisherman, bostsman and
' skin diver. Libaral discount. AB ABERNATHY
ERNATHY ABERNATHY SPORTING GOODS.
fables Turned

EL CENTRO, Calif., July 12
(UP) County farm advisor Lon- ,h
nie McGrew revealed yesterday
that he was hauled into court by
W Willinff a bull with

his ear while driving through the
center of a small town ao mues,
north rrf T.ae Vftffa. N.M. HOWCV
r- Mxnraur a a M th rancher was
jailed by the judge on grounds he
aliowea ms duu w .i m m
middle of the main street,
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AFTER HEARING

Mrs. Ellis looks ofl following their appearance at the Dade. County Court House in Miami, Fia.;
for a hearing Circuit Judge John prunty said the EUises would make; "suitable parents" Jtor;-'
Lildy bus he put off a' final decision in the inter-faith custody battle. v

Hildys Natural
No More Hurt'
(BOSTON, Julv 12 (UP) The nat-
ural mother of Hildy McCoy Ellis
said today she did not want the(
c.or.nM freckle-faced blonde,
i r -,u v-7 'tore of th'e'pub-
lcitv"'that Has accompanied the
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V This weather report for the
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1 prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorolo-i
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Brunch of the Fanamf Cnal
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dinner harbors) 83 81
SATURDAY, JULY 13
' HIGH LOW
' 448 a.m. 10:47 a.m.
', 4:54 p.m. 11:05 p.m.
Last Day! .75 .40
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Ltttle-Hlldy McCoy BUM, 6, embraces her

Mother Wants
From Publicity
long inter faith battle over the
child's custody,
But she left unanswered the
question of whether an appeal
would be made of a Florida cir-
cuit court decision Wednesday
which iwuueu uie ciiuu id jvii
and Mrs. Melvin B. Ellis, of Mi
ami Beach, formerly of Brookline,
Mass.
In a statement released through
her lawyers, the child's natural
mother, Mrs. Marjorie McCoy
Doherty, said she was "erateful
to Massachusetts justice for up-
holding my right to provide fori
my baby in accordance with my,
conscience.
She said Hildy was "a growing
girl" now and "I would not wish
to see her further hurt by more
of the publicity that v threat;
ened to her and to me six years
go"
.Hiidv was born out of wedlock
and had been reared by the Ellises
since She was 10 days old. Her
mother later sought to have the
child placed In an orphanse for
adoption by a Roman Catholic
family on grounds that she had
not known at first that the Ellises
were Jewish.
The Massachusetts Sunreme
Court upheld the natural mother's
contention that the child should be!
faith. But the court in Miami,
where the E'lises had fled to
avoio losine the child awarrfprt

ner to her foster parents. sessions 10:3G a.m. to io p.m.,
"Some da v," -Mrs. Doherty naifl, edt for the next few days in an
'she wrll learn the faeH about effort to speed a vote on the mo mo-her
her mo-her n"her' rieir to nnivt hPr tion oi Senate GOP Leader Wil Wil-with
with Wil-with the privacy that others were lim Knowland (Calif) that the
w"' " ro.- Senate take up the House ap-
"Meanwhile. vith mv nmvr. t proved bill.

nope many will share, I entrust
;- to the lovin? protection of
God.
"The rest Is in the hands of my
attorneys."
The attorneys, John F. Mc
Auliffe and John J. Sullivan .Ir
said they would await a transcript
oi me norma proceeftings "before
making a rational decision"
whether to appeal the case to the
Florida Supreme Court or the U.S.
supreme uourt.
The Massachusetts Public Wel Welfare
fare Welfare Commission, which opposed
the adoption by the Ellises, said
it planned no appeal.
Caol. Peler Grosz
vs Governor's. New
Military Assisfanl
.

ipi reier orosi. who will Rumors of a compromise to pre presumed
sumed presumed Major David H. Smith vent a possible eight-week South South-as
as South-as Military Assistant to the Gov- em filibuster continued to circu

ernor, arrived in the Canal zone
today by plane from Fort Leav Leavenworth,
enworth, Leavenworth, Kansas. He was ac accompanied
companied accompanied by his wife and three
children.
A native of Kansas. Gross,
was graduted from the Military
Academy in 1946 and saw serv service
ice service In Korea. Since 1952 he com completed
pleted completed an Engineer Officer's
Course at Fort Belvo'r. Va.: serv
ed three years as an instructor;
at West Point; and, for the past
nine months, attended the Com Command
mand Command and General Staff School
at Fort Leavenworth.
Smith, who has been here for,
the nt thr. -Ill l..t
I the Isthmus Julv 26 by plane for
T w v.."..,,
(w:.,uiviui wucie iir wiu
The Fur Flew
MADISON. Wis- July 12 (UP) i
1 A newsboy found a Siamese I
cat answering the description cf

one lost by Mrs. William D ,su ranee program.
Walker before she left on a trio' it also authorizes 11.740.000.

to Michigan. At her direction, 000 in additional mortgage man manna
na manna put the cat on a plane for ey, federal loans for college
Detroit. Today the cat was back housing, and federal grants for

in Maaison. 11 was tn wrong
one.

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roster lather, Meivin EUis-as.;.
Sen. Johnston
Would Amend
Rights Bill
WASHINGTON, July 12 (UP)-
Sen. Olin D. Johnston (D-SC)
caued: on the Senate today to
a m e n d President Eisenhower's
civil rights bill to denv : the ad-
ministration the right to use fed
eral troops t& enforce its rroDossl.
Johnston made the plea after
some Republican sources said Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower was willing to have the
Dili revised to allay Southern fears
that military force might be used
ro impose school integration in
Dixie.
(Backers of the bill have said
repeatedly that the Southern n
prehensions are groundless. Thev
said the President has never had
any intention of using any new
civil rights law to enforce the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court's school decision or
t0 eni1 soldiers into the South
But as the Senate held it fourth
day of debate on the issue,' Jdhn Jdhn-ston
ston Jdhn-ston said the President's bill, as
approved by the House, : '.'leaves
unquestionable the fact that any
President can arbitrarily bring the
South to its knees at bayonet
point."
He said he will offer an amend amendment
ment amendment to strike from the bill an
indirect reference to a long-dormant
lau of post-Civil War re
construction days. It gave the
ii( ... !, i!
rresident ihe right to use the
Negroes.
Senate leaders, meanwhile,
KrhprfnloH llllllcllallv lnnd Camaa
ine measure would estaDUsh a
bipart;san presidential commis commission
sion commission on civil rights; create a civil
rights division in the Justice De Department;
partment; Department; uthorze government
couit suits to protect civil rights;
and provide greater protection for
voting rights.
Senate Southerners have concen concentrated
trated concentrated their fire on the failure of
the House bill to authorize jury
trials for Southerners accused of
violatmg a court imposed civil
rights injunction.
In an effort to promote a com compromise,
promise, compromise, Sen. Joseph C. O'Ma O'Ma-noney
noney O'Ma-noney (D-Wyo) has proposed that
the Senate write into the bill a
provision authorizing jury trials in
ell civil rights cases except those
involving the right to vote.
In a television interview with
Sen. George A. Smathers (D-Fla.).
O'Mahoney predicted that the bill
would be defeated unless his pro proposal
posal proposal was approved.
"It is essential that the trial by
mi ii i-

jury dj provweo," ne said. youi,lirh rihts.

cannot indict the whole south.
late, despite assertions by. leaders
of both sides that a mutually-acceptable
bill it out of the question
at the present time.
But Senate .Democratic Leader
Lyndon B. Johnson dismissed as
"both premature and inaccurate''
a published report that a group
01 moderate southerners are pre
pared to offer a
measure.
compromiie
President Signs
Housing Bill
With PrntPIT
TTHII llUlCil
WASHINGTON. July 12 (UP 1
PrMM.nt rvnhnr .Icme
. : 1
the $1.890,000 JXX) Housing Bill
1 Dn 1
toaay even tnougn he aaVd It has
"a number of' serious defects."
The new law permits the Fed Federal
eral Federal Housing Administration to
slash to an all-tim low the
minimum down payment re-
quirements on new and old
homes under its mortgage in-
itnn renewal and alum dear
ance,

"Li tfc people

WASHINGTON. July 12 (UP)
The Supreme Ceurt's decision
te upheld the government's inten intension
sion intension ta surrender CI Williams S.
Cirard te Japan far manslaugh manslaughter
ter manslaughter trial was under fire today
from several quarter. The court
unanimously voted in favor ef
the government yesterday.
The court said in its historic
decision that there was nothing
in the Constitution and Congress
had passed no law to prevent me
government irom agreeing iu iei
U.S. servicemen be tried in for-
eiffn courts.
It also said the Senate, in ef
fect, had approved the agreement
with Japan covering me uiram
The- decision was immediately
denounced by veterans organiza
tipns and some members of Con-
eress who called for prompt pas
sage of the "Bow resolution" to
prevent foreign trials of service servicemen.
men. servicemen. A move also Was launched
for a new congressional uivestiga
tion of the Girard case.
Girard s Japanese trial will
underway in the Maebashi District
Court in Japan Aug. 26. Defense
Secretary Charles E. Wilson
promised the 21-year-old Ottawa,
111.. Army specialist "every prop
er assistance" in protecting ms
rightsr
From Ottawa, Girard s mother,
Mrs. Dorothy Girard, and his
brother, Louis, sent President
Eisenhower a telegram .begging
him "on bended knee" not to turn
"Bill'' ever to the Japanese. Louis
said he Would tell Girard not to
aaove off U.S. property in Japan
until we hear the President's de decision."
cision." decision." ;
-In their telegram.: the mother
and brother appealed te Eisen-I
bower to "look at this situation
a an American and not as an
international appeaser." They told
the President that "you, as a for former
mer former soldier. .know that Bill was
only carrying
i . .-
out ms assigned
The White House declined M
comment on the telegram. Asxed
about the Girard family plea,
presidential Press Secretary
James C. Hagerty said only that
"the telegram was received at
5:17 pin"
In Tokyo, Japanese officials wel welcomed
comed welcomed the court's decision.
Roused from their beds when the
news was received shortly after
midnight, they agreed almost to
a man that the decision would
help remove hard feelings aroused
in Janan bv the shooting.
Girard is "charged with shooting
Mrs. Naka Sakai, 4, mower m
five, last Jan. 30 with a cartridge
hurled by a grenade launcher.
She was collecting scrap sheila on
a firing range where Girard was
on guard duty. Girard has denied
charges he "enticed" the woman
into close range.
The Supreme court ruling,
which overturned a lower court
calling for Army court
martial of Girard, was a major
victory ior President tisennowei,
un.nn' and Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles.
They had said that Americas
entire overseas bases program
wnuiri he endangered if the United
States refused to grant foreign na na-(iAn,
(iAn, na-(iAn, in authority over U. S.
troops stationed abroad in peM
time. Thev faia iew. a mny. u

ernments wouiq agree w ""',aid Kasoer'a attornev. Beniamin

ij a aitiiual

T.?Li&) Prejudiced, very prej-

1 -.
rt louno no ronsuiuMuni r
utory barrier" to the. agreement
under which Girard was orderel
turned over to Japan, in iact, u
said, the Senate had given lt P-
provai ro me
"In the absence of "?n
coachmemv the court saia, i
wisdom of the arrangement ts ex-
cluively.for the determination of
the executive and iegisiau
branches.
iiAmrmMtrint the unanimitr Of
I m
their decision, the' justices issued)
a "per curiam opinion iwr
.ntire eflurt rather than rendering
individual oomions. This usually
is done only in minor issues or
where there is no disagreement
A
uoiwu """"" . i
, H-t- Sept. B. 1S51. ana uill
. . ...
was rannea o in acn
March 20, 1952. Under this treaty j
the two countries made an "ad-
mtniatrative arreemenv govern

tar trials of' U.S. servicemen. I U. S. Dist Ally. John C. Craw Craw-Howevet,
Howevet, Craw-Howevet, the. cottt acted ths vd said he expects to call wit wit-the
the wit-the administrative agreement be- -esses tomorrow to testify about
cane effective oa the same date the alleged conspiracy between
as the security treat "and was Kasper and tie other "Clinton de-

considered by the Senate oeiore

consent! was gven to the treaty."
Therefore, it said, the Senate an,! The government must prove that
orored signing of the agreement, defeadanU knew of the injunc injunc-that
that injunc-that figured in the Girard ease.o". issued temporarily by Judge

The court s decision overturned

know the truth arid the

PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1957

Decision

JiMumh C 'MrGarrai'hvthat? the
v v
government had no legal right to
turn Gurard over to Japan because
his alleged offense was committed
while on duty Girard's attorneys
claimed the U.S. action violated
his "constitutional rights."
The government argued success
fully that American soldiers take
overseas only those constitutional

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k il

l, STARTS Segrepatlonlst John Kasper (center) ,( talks

with two unidenttried men at Knoxvme.vTenn., prior to the
start of his contempt trial. Kasper and 15 others are accused

of conspiring to prevent orderly

in cimton, uenn.

Barrage Of Objections
Raised At Kasper Trial

KNOXV1LLE, Tenn., July 12-,
(UP) The defense raised a'
barrage of objections today to gov government
ernment government attempts to show that
the -16 Clinton defendants, if they
read newspapers, knew of a fed federal
eral federal court order barring interfer interference
ence interference with school integration.
Hitherto secret FBI reports were
used by a tableful of defending
attorneys to challenge the prose
cution's contention that John Kas Kasper
per Kasper and the 15 other defendants
knowingly violated the U. S. court
injunction.
"We oppose" allowing news -paper
accounts of the injunction
in evidence when they are pre-
va t vase aV" iiiiivm ticwi
,udiced. 1 move that it au be
stricken
government put Hor,ce
w.iu Hitn rj ,. riinnn rn.,r.
jer Newg Don J. McKay, publish-
er 01 tne uak KKJger in nearDy
Oak Ridge, and Steven Humphrey.
associate editor of the Knoxville
joum, on tDe gUnd in
t0 fbow tnat knowied.e 0f the in-
junction was more widespread in
Anaerson county (Clinton).
ij.it. T...: .
nvillllf I Villi I VTI J
jujge Robert L. Taylor admit-
ted their testimony, backed up by
quoiea sections rrom stones mat
appeared in the newspapers last
August and September. But he ad
vised the jury that the testimony
IT 3 '"t,
" "'" "re "'J"""1."-
ISIS,
Knowledge of the injunction, or
notice". was the government's
une of prosecution todav.
uaania.
ywr un August ana mint per-

country is rife. 'Abraham Lineolp,)

Veterans

Oh

tv..,- --..:...-,"'.
trial riehts which the foreiffn coun-
try specifically grams inein-vi,
which are provided for In Status-
of-D orces agreements netween me
"Exclusive Jurisdiction"
imrom. .r.mirf nntrii H nut!
that it decided manv years ago
that "a sovereign nation has ex-
elusive furisdiction to- punish oV
integration at the high school
also must show the accused con conspired
spired conspired to violate the injunction
and engaged in "overt acts t of
violation.
The trial "may last two or three
more weeks if it continues the
way it has today and yesterday,"
Crawford said. The trial in ied-
eral court here opened Monday.
a moot 01 operation was
reached between the two sides as
tne defending attorneys demand demanded,
ed, demanded, and, got, six secret FBI papers
on person accused of obstructing
luicguuon h uunion, some
at miies norawest of here.
Crawford stood pat, however, on
his refusal to turn over material
FBI sources. He entered a 'gen 'general
eral 'general objection' to admission of -all
FBI versions of evidence, i r.
40 Positions
Open Vilh Canal
Forty positions, ten of them
for towing locomotive operat operators
ors operators to work for the duration of
the locks overhaul, are now
open in the Canal organization,
according to the regular person personnel
nel personnel Bureau transfer vacancy
bulletin, -.. v.
Also- listed are openings for
4- 1 i 1 ml . I i
iu ucrai men, vwo xiroiigak
era, and two locks guards, and
uiree cierK-typists.
otner types or employment
listed on the weekly bulletin in-
UFmaVaf) MoKlarriMfat
VWUVl tUOAVl a vaW0eak
cargo assistant, stenographer.
clerk-stenographer, trainee en
glneeti dipper or pipeline sue
tion dredge engineer, terminal

guard,-hospital attendant, libra-
ry assistant, lock operator, loco- fi
moUve machinist, auto repair,! 7

MIU afCl lUtlCUUUOlaV Uisutasv
spection assisUnt, meteorologist,
sUff nurse, office machine re-
iuWa.fi nlnefttter nllimhlna

plant operator, and laaersi se-f

nri cBftf
GirMd
?;.-.---.--.,. ,l
fensea against Its -laws committed
wiinni m, comers,-..unies e i
press! or impliedly consent:
to
ui rentier jucuoicugn.
Thus' the court overturned Mc
Garraghy's -ruling in favor Of a
court martial for Girard. but up-
held hia denial of a writ ol habeas
corpus which would have forced
we government, to onns; wara
nof; the Japanese.
Defense Secretary Wilson, the'
appellant in "Wilson vs. Girard,
issued a statement in which he
said that 1 'there 4 every .reason
to believe" that Girard s Japanese
trial "will be conducted! with ut utmost
most utmost lairness." r :.,.:,;;.'
' A provided by law, be said, the
unueu oiuies wul pay tor 'jirara a
defense counsel .and see that he
nas such rights as confrointatiOn
of witnesses, ; a competent -inter ;
preter,' "the right of communica communication
tion communication with U. S. authorities asd thai
presence of a 'U.- S., representative
as 1 an official s observer at the
trial
iiu. uurartr is reqiurea Id
report to U.S. .authorities on all
aspects -of the trial and the fair
ness of the court proceedings,"
Wilson said. ; ;
Denounced By Russell
I Among members ot Congress
uBuuuncing uie coun a aecision
were Sen, Sam J.. Ervm Jr. (IW
INU). xtep. Gross (R-Iowa).
Chairman Richard B. Russell (D
ba; 01 the aenate Armed Services
Committee, and Sen- Esites Kefau-
ver (D-Tenn).t':,ii lyt:
1 Russell sad he -jrtalized "the
dilemma. In which this country ha
been, placed, but, in my opinion
the. Constitutional riebt nf .elH.
zen are principles to be protected
in any event." Kefauver said that
Girard should have been fried by
court martial because he was "on
duty.'
The court included in an ap appendix
pendix appendix to its opinion an "interpre
tation of official duty" which was
circularized among Far East Serv Servicemen
icemen Servicemen in January. 1956.
It said the term "official duty"
is not meant to include all acts
performed while servicemen are
on duty. It is "meant to apply
only to acts which are required
to be done as a function of those
duties which the individuals are
performing."
"Thus, it said. substastfal
departure from the acts a person
is required to. perform iin a par
ticular duty usually will, indicate

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an act outside-, 01 ,nis:, 'omciaiLoent. 01 -iaperia, wf;
duty."' y'r. .'i l r first w(ni8.)!iv Jii(;h;r
The affidavit was made public parade .was I Gertrude tEderle. H

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12 (UP) A sealed envelope.
Ji the office of Geneya. law lawyer
yer lawyer was belieyed today to hold
the secret of who wHl succeed
the fabulous Aga Khan as
leaden of some 80,000,000 Is
1 maelt Moslems. s
r ( -. r
"'The-Agar died yesterday in hi
80th year at. bis Jakeslde villa i
this village near Geneva. He lef
behind him 4wo unanswered
Questions, and .friends -of thi
family said the answers to botl
were in his will'; locked in tht.
Geneva office of his lawyer; ;
The will' may "be made knowi
today, i The" two questions it il
expected to answer are;-
1. Who will succeed 'him
head of the ismalli Moslems.
2. Exactly how much monei

ne nas len;
v Probably even thr Aga, "fchai
himself did not; know his exac
fortune. He "was regulart
weighted against precious stone
by his' devoted followers and hi
famous string, of racehorses a
lone earned hint, enough to keei
him 'in luxury throughout hi
life.
"
On Great While Va)
NEW YORK July 12 (UP)
Wimbledon tennis g.ueenr Ailha
k. WnrlH Sinolo. title receive
the cheers of an estimated 100.00
ticker tape parade down iroar.
persona yesterday in a traditions,
ticker : tape parade down Broa
way. She said It was her J'hnei
hour."
';i r-
,
f Miss Gibson,. 29,;;:Who iearnetf I
play tennis on the concrete court
of New York's Harlem ? sectioi
was the third member, of, her 1 ao
to- recejva the homage and th
first woman -so honored sinci
French Army TJUrse-'Gehevieve d
Gallard-Terraube, th Angel
Diem JBien:phu," iin 1954. x
The motorcade began roUin
down Broadway at fiva minute
before noon and would up at Cit
Hall place. 25 minuter latexi'
steady shower, of ticker rtap
rained from the skyscrapers, an v
cheers "and applause uroxe out ai
along the way. ..f..-'. W,
:-At City Hau Mayor Robert "Was,
ner congratulated the new tenni
champion, who won her title a
Wimbledon, England, last' week
Miss Gibson said she had receivei
"no honor greater than what I an
receiving now.' .?
"My victory was won with you
hope, encouragement V and : we
wishes," she said.. ; i
The only Negroes prevlousfj
honored with, ticker, tape paeadtt
w.ere boxer Sugar .Ray, Ilqhinsoi
and William V, S.. .Tubman, prest
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