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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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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TOURIST FLITES
N HOMEWARD and
1 to C'JZISo ZILj2
' ki"3; v The Cosmopditan Capita!
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, , Tel. Panama 2-0978 Colon 779
AN INDEPENDENT x f HE v
NEWSPaRIT
CAMADIAI1 VIIISKY
; "Let the peopl know the truth and the country ii $efe" r- ibreham Lincoln.
S2nd TEAK
- PANAMA; R. P., MONDAY, JULY 15, 1957
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Menaces bhipp

NEW YORK, JulyJ5 (UP) A'tank filled with ra:
dioactiv material is floating". somewhere .in, the Atlantic
Ocean and is "dangerous to navigation," the Coast Guard
reported today. '.. '. .' y
The "tank, lost In the ocean, contains radioactive
metallic sodium, the wastt frorn a reactor being used in
connection with the construction of a nuclear submarine,
engine. The yelJow painted steel tank was dumped over over-board
board over-board by the tanker Octo Bayway with several other tanks
and "was the only one which failed to. sink,

The Coast Guard' said its cut
.for.riin hv in the area w
- ...
warn all vessels to stay clear.
The Coast Guard said an air
and surface search f&r the
tank, which has been lost from
ihf. would beein at-ay light
today The tank wiu oe aeswuy aeswuy-ed
ed aeswuy-ed when it is found.
The exact size of the tank was
trnntim hut it was learned
ht th Ofitn Bavway carrieQ
several 5 gallon tanks and others-of
larger size to dump over overboard
board overboard when it was escortea
through the Hudson Rivet and
out to sea Saturday by the
Agriss,lz.
' irf ort were made to de destroy
stroy destroy the yellow tank when it
first was discovered to, be
floating. However, It was, lost
from. sight as darkness cov covered
ered covered the area.
The Coast Guard 1d,,tSe
' .outheast of tfew York Cito, ,
mnt. through h
Atomic energy Comniission, ha
authOrizea ine .ouuiym
dioactive "hot" sodium waste in
Japan May Restrict
Russian Dfplomals
To 25-Mie Area
TOKYO, .TulrV I? (W). -Newly-,
ro Fu1iyma hinted strongly today
that Japan .will restrict movements
of HuS diplomats here withm
, 25-mile radius of .Tokyo,
, Fijiyam.- w asked .h!. first
news coherence
fice about reports wai
? "r haven't been informed about
L.1 "LiL -M h. id. "but 1 as-
me ouuut. ; ...i
it would be a muin
ar-
d to a za-mu iuu, ----
rn m u-muv- A
cowsna muw. cvj thev
want to go outside the area.
the ovi ttU"'"";r.. '

Torrential Middle West Rains
J .'-;-tt- '.Jt''".,i i.-f ,.: -t. ... .... T .. ...

Moving SoutHWith Less

CHICAGO. July IS (UP)e -Torential
rains, 'wbich swept
across1 the Midwest esusing heavy
i.-llJ f lent 11 deaths In
B,;.'! "I. into the
s the cmcaeo re. ""-
South today wiw ; oi"--
across the Chicago metropom.n
; l? late rJjWw
Cenirai w sw
1 night causing extensive 5wKe
before moving Into Western Ke-
tucky and Tennessee.
Severe thunderitorm and W
Sado alerts were issue! by, U
U. S. weather bureau tody for
parts of Souta, t Dakota, ".orU
Dakota. Montana and Nebraska.
Damaging ,Wfae winds .might
accompany the storms, forecast-
, jers said.'-'.vr. t.f-' r-r-pj
Meanwhile,, the 'Chicago, area,
kit by record Si-hour rainfaU
f 124-inches, -cleaned p mud
and debris from basements, and
homes as repairawi restored te
phone and electric services. Many
of seme 2.000 persons evarusted
from their,, homes re returning.
turning. returning. : ' '
- Most highways-and mas were
clear, or usable, and only a few
routes -were closed to traffic At
Blodgett, Bl., traffic on U. 8.
route e was re-routed
e bridge washout over the, jvacta-
he 'Eirer,
City beaches on Lake Michigaa
riAud iiwifim!i at Chica
go as a safety precaution bermtt
Chicago River water was a3wdt
ta f!nw.intn I Jk, M rhiria at ir.t
he;thl ef the selnga
te preresr)

ilooding ia the loop.

Loaded

the. ocean as a means of getting
Amtarentlv. this was the first
time that, one of the tanks has
not sunk when dumped 'over
board.
Hear End To Draft
Seen By Committee
Oil Armed Services
WARHTNGTON JulV 15 (UP)
Raloh J. Cordiner, chairman
of a committee appointed by De Defense
fense Defense secretary Charles Wilson
tn stiidv th armed services, said
today that he believes it might
be. possible to nd tne araii in
the near future if his commit committee's
tee's committee's y recommendations are put
intjo effect. ,
Cordiner said thai if the com
mittee's plan for making the
armed -y services more eiiecuve
nrt less exoensive were Imple
mented' wholehearted, He beH
lleved ?,ycu could taise aoouj
,n.fpnth hout ill net. cent, of
v. nnni off the oavroll thati
are now 'in the military estab-
llshment. 1
; The Cordiner Committee's rec
ommendations have stirred-- VP
a controversy a which soon wiu
reach Congress. Am Armed serv services
ices services subcommittee, will start
hearings, with Cordiner, sched scheduled
uled scheduled to be the first wltnesfc vv
Cordiner, who is president of
the General Electric Co,-and
his fellow committeemen say
that' their plan would jmprove
national security and reduce the
cost of defense by billions of
dollars, k ) '
Cameo Earring
Mpy Be Claimed
By Owner Of Mate
a nmu rHn was found by
polio near the Balboa post Of-
fia inn turned into wcjw-y
Poiift Station on Saturday;
policecsaid today lrme jjwnw
IwiU come in wltft tne mawaiuii
'earring, it wUl be returnea
rH'r -. iriTi also checked
iiHnVin water and doubled the
chlorine content. Outside Chicago,
health officials warned that water
taken i from wells er smaller
streams- should be boiled before
drinking.' "' '
Midway Airport, busiest- in the
world, begsn operating -normally
today after limited service began
late yesterday. The airport was
tlnsmt- Fridav aieht when run-
Ways were inundated 'and waiting
rooms fiooaea.
Ia SpringfielJ, BL, the stste
eapitaL winds up to 60 miles per
hour battered the city during a
two hour downpour Saturday.
About 1.5 Inches of rain fell.
floodin streets and bsemenu
sad knocking out electrical power
for many homes. .
. Slore wuidows were broken by
wind gusts,- and trees and poles
felled.- v .. ; .,
- Flood threats hung ever many
sreas of Illinois today because of
the possible dsnger from creeks,
and rivers rising la the huge
runoff of rsin wster..
At lesst four ef the 11 weaftef
deaths were caused by electrocu electrocution,
tion, electrocution, when homeowners touched
electrical quipment in flood
baements. Others drowned or
luflered heart attacks while bat battling
tling battling flood waters fiowisg, into
their homes.
Sultry weather prevailed over
mort-of the tatioa east of the
Koekles. eicept erer the Great
Ukei region where was cooler.
Temperatures climbed ever the
SOUUI-cenTTIl varuxm tn me
'ton. and from the Southwest lto'a

KoBtasa.

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10 Bad-Check
Counts Filed
Against GIs 1
A total of ten charges of
passing bad checks was filed
today against two Fort Kobbe
soldiers who later were bound
over for trial in the U.S. Dis District
trict District Court at Ancon.
Originally the men. Thomas A
Blazer, 20 and his buddy. James
a. coiweii, zi, were each charg charged
ed charged on one count .involving bad
checks' passed in the Balboa
Commissary.
Today additional charges filed
against tne two gis covered a
trail of bad checks touching ev every
ery every Post Exchange on the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific side. The men are' both with
the 20th Infantry at Ft. Kobbe
i Bail of $600 was set in the case
of Colwell who has six counts
against him, ranging from
checks of $40 up to a $100 check
anegeaiy passed at tne Ft. Am
ador Exchange. .
Glaier, who has four counts
against him, is also in jail in
default of posting $500 ball
set in his case. His charges
include checks drawn at Bal Balboa'
boa' Balboa' and at the Clayton and
Aibrook Post Exchanges, They
range from $50 to $85.
After their rights iwere ex
plained to the defendants, they
each .waived preliminary near
ing in the Balboa Magistrate's
Court and Judge John's, Dem

ing I.oun.d.itrobabLe jause;fc.

This morning live casniers
who signed complaints against
the t 'defendants appeared in
court to testify. They were Eu
nice L. Hamilton and ; Virginia
Slgfrid whq are employed by the
Panama canal, ana rosi tsx
change cashiers, Gilda Yanes,
Deborah- O. Wilder and Elsie
Bell. However, they were not
called to testify since the sol soldiers
diers soldiers waived preliminary hear hearing.
ing. hearing. A charge originally signed
by Mrs. Martha Griffith, wife of
the Canal Zone Police Chief
Mai n w Griffith was dismiss
rf and one slimed bv a Canal
Zone detective was suDstuuiea
instead. : 5 :-
80-Year-Old Denies
levies $10 Fine
, A white-haired man In torn
clothes today told the Balboa
Magistrate that he. had never
been a vagrant in Ms "80 years
of life.?
However. Juan Gracias. the
elderlv Panamanian defendant
was nnea jiu tor vagrancy -round
the Ancon Post office last
Saturday night.
A pouceman testinea mat we
ootogenarian came up to him
and asked lor a nicicei ior a cup
of coffee. -:
"He had a strong oaor of ai-
cdhol about him," testified the
policeman today, "and I told
him it was violating the law to
come into the canal zone to oeg.
I told him to go away," s
Apparently Gracias .persisted
in begging, and the policeman
finally turned nun into xne sta station
tion station where It was discovered
that the man had a pair of eye eyeglasses
glasses eyeglasses In his possession which
belonged to the HOnduran Vice Vice-Consul,
Consul, Vice-Consul, 3. G. Velasquei. :
Gracias told-tfte Judge aay
that he found the case to the
street near Santa Ana' "where
there had been a fire."' :.'-.
The Honduran .vice-consul
told police that he had parked
his car on Tlvoll Avenue. He
wasn't sure whether the glasses
the ear or In the street, but he
naa iauca mi w v
thanked police ior reiurnuig
them to him.
American Tourist;
On SS Ancon Dies
In Swimming Pool
Aa America! tourist pssseager
On the S. S. Ancoe died yesterday
from aa endetenniBed cause while
ia the ship's swimming pool, it
wa Warned todays-
The worn a was ldenTSe4 as
Miss Rose Bfininger, The S.
S. Ancon sailed from Cristobal
txnmd for Nee York em Saturday.
Miss Beir'r.gfr liad srrivH in Pa Panama
nama Panama July 11 aboard the ship at
risitor ler and ssUei oa Sat

ur&iy.

DISC

' 'I -T- - f M

' (NEA Radio-Telephoto)
RUSSIAN LEADERS IN .CZECHOSLOVAKIA Soviet Commu Communist
nist Communist Party chief Nlkita S.. Khrushchev (left), and Soviet Pre Pre-mier
mier Pre-mier .Nikolai Bulganir. are shown after their arrival at Cema,
Czechoslovakia, by train from Moscow.: In a jjpeech at Villna,
Khrmhchev criticized the United States as a land of idle rich
and denounced the ousted Kremlin leaders as "black sheep
' Jn a good herd."

Censored-Substantially

LONDON, July 15 (UP) De
spite Nikita S. Khrusncnev s
apparently supreme power m iue
Kremlin, somebody is censoring
his speeches. vj .!
A wora-wr worn cneca oi u.
ptnai words during his current
Czech tour and Moscow's reports
of them showed today that some someone
one someone in the Soviet hierarchy is ex-
oureating .them,; ana in some cas
e's adding to them.
This- latest example -was a
np.rh ShirrlV' in which Khru
shchev delivered a bitter personal
attack 'on Hungary's Communist
regime before the revolution last
Th' Moscow version aeieiea
(hiinrf wrote in lengthy-com
mentis which Khrushchev i did
nnt make. ... .' ;
Western experts said -theyiwere
puzzled by the sustained censor
shipy - .;.
They declined to guess whether
Khrushchev's colleagues were- de
liberately muzzling him or wnetn-
er Khrushchev himself i ordered
the deletions to soften the impact
of his words on the world.; .-Snviet
Snviet .-Snviet and Czech authorities
have banned Western correspond
ents from personally covering
Khrushchev's appesrances. ; On
past foreign tours they always ac accompanied
companied accompanied the Soviet leaders..
Veteran Soviet experts in -Lon
don said they could recall no pre-1
vkws exsmle ot sucn a susiainea
campaign to guard a Soviet lead
er from ms own woras, v
On Thursday, Khrusncnev read
prepared speech at the Stalin-
HP Wholesalers
Ask President; ;
To Lower Taxes
. TYim Panama Association
of
Food Wholesalers have appealed
to President Ernesto de la Guar Guar-dia
dia Guar-dia Jr. to tower" the taxes on
' to cut aown nving costs.
In a Jettef sent to the presi
dent; the association has outlin outlined
ed outlined several points which they felt
rmM ha hanefirial In brinanilKl

down costs. M ', j for sale today in U. S, District
. ... . ICourt was cancelled pending fur-
Am or. g some of the suggestions ther word from the New Orleans',
made, the wholesalers pointed h. hiB- ,ZU '-M
tmt that the consumer Deoble hi! The Corta-R'xaii registered ves j

c..rr,. fn-H a rxi ion.
per cent more than the export
price of some locally-produced
articles such as sugar, milk,
meat, tomato sauce, butter said
oiL -. V-'i :'-'
The group also charged that
the InsUtuto Fomento Economl Economl-co
co Economl-co (irzt makes 100 per cent
profit on Its sales of potatoes.
"Panama's commerce cannot
dictate or act rules on prices
t&ey stated In their appeal

grsd Metal Works In Prague and
then launched an extemporaneous
tirnde.
He a 1 1 a c k e d President Eis
enhower a "stupidies sbout a
''clean" ? H-bomb and castigated
Yugoslavia for1 trying to say "who
is stupider and who is smarter"
when it comes to Communist
policy. .,v-""
Western correspondents took
down what- Khrushchev said from
a hve radio broadcast of ther
meeting. When the Soviet news
agency Tass and Czech agency
Ceteka reported the speech, all
the extemporaneous portions were
Questioned about this,'- a Com
munist official, later 1 explained
that it had been a 'mistake" to
broadcast Khrushchev live.
Saturday the j unknown "cen "censors"
sors" "censors" went' even further 'when
Khrushchev addressed a mass
meeting in Ostrava. Czechoslovs
kia. They actually put different
words into the Soviet lesder's
mouth. -ei
A recording of the broadcast
showed' Khrushchev made his first
known personal attack on Hun Hungary's
gary's Hungary's pre revolution Stalinist
leaders. Matyas Rakoti and Ernoe
Geroe. It .was i biting speech
larded with jokes and proverbs in
the usual Khrushchev style. He
referred to "the foolish policy
pursued by, Rakosi and Geroe."
The Soviet news agency Tass,
in a Moscow transmission ton
ed down all Khrushchev's vivid
phrases and completely deleted
the reference to jRSKOsi. ana it
roe.'-.: v-i,, -.
Tass' added that Khrushchev de
livered a lenoral attack on West
ern policy at the London disarma
ment conierenae, ano included
lengthy quotations: Nothing was
heard here on disarmament in the
live broadcast of Khrushchev's
speech.- ,. .,'
Auction Of Ship 1
Cancelled Pending!
V6rd From -3fa.es I -f
The uublic auction ef the 11-
foot carso- shin Tropic .- Trader,
which was suooosed to be But UP
sel has been sitting outside
Balboa harbor since lost Angus
tS6. when she arrived here from
Salinas. Ecuador. X J3.400 dam
age suit was filed against it by a
former skipper of the ship, Capt.
Randoloh MacLsughlan. a British
subiert from Grand Caiman Is
lands, represented ia court by pa pa-vid
vid pa-vid Robles. -.
The S3.400 rorers back wages
Which the csptsin is seeking.. i
The or Her to set asirte the salt
vas made by District Court Judge
Guthrie F. U

Duel, 'Diablo'
Didn't Fail

This Time
ATOMIC TEST SITE, Nev., ,July
15 (UP) Dud bomb "Diablo,"
which failed to fire June 28 when
it was triggered on top of its 500 500-foot
foot 500-foot platform, was fired today at
4:3Q a.m., -at tne' Atomic energy
Commission's proving ground.
The blast developed the usual
characteristics of' nuclear devices
as it disintegrated its- tower and
sent a cloud mushrooming into the
predawn darkness. A faint glow
silhouetted the mountain backdrop.
Scientists at a pre-shot briefing
announced they expected the dev device
ice device to have a yield ofsome 10,000
tons of TNT.
"Diablo," an experimental de
vice designed by the University of
iauiornia ramanon laooratory at
Livermore, Calif., had an audience
of some 500 military observers, in including
cluding including 100 Canadians.
Involved in the test was a
manned underground shelter some
2,000' feet from -ground zero. The
AEC said a many as 17 persons
would be stationed in the (shelter
which would be doused with radia
tion.
The observers in '-the shelter
were to check radiation' at their
location byvthe use of Instruments
extending to the carth'i mWir.
lAf soon as 'Itpoesred 'radiation
a down to a safe count they wer
to emerge from the shelter.
"Diablo", did not fire on its lune
s. appointment because of what
uie-Ai, aescnoeo as "f r f
power to reach the device."
r ive scientists risked instant
vaporization when thv viii"r,.
ed to disarm the device. Three of
them took 35 minutes to climb to
iue rower piauorm and take the
sting out of the deadly nuclear shot-
None of the five' alio
but what the lightest jar would
sctivate the device and vaporise
ujbiu wtu as lae tnwer
Today's blast was th Tth h
(U. Zi -..--wvw
uic lurnmer test ari nH H
52d ever fired injde the U.S It
was rescheduled, tor last Thursday
but the AEC was forced by un-
fJiyrue weither' n technicsl
difficulties to call four nn....!
un -uBur postponements.
The Jiext scheduled test by the
u,u. ""-to-air experiment
RP Carpenter Given
Swpended Serifence
ftr Hanging Around
Loitering means "hanging; a a-round,"
round," a-round," a PanamanUn carpen carpenter
ter carpenter was told today In the Balboa
Magistrate's Court after h
picxea up at the Thatcher Ferry
ramp.
Oscar O. Sandlford. the 2b-
vear-old defendant told th
fudge he was Inst waitln far
bus to take him to the lntrihr
wnere ne warned to look for
work. v- - :
Howeyer, ; an' arresting officer
had another story to telLv He
said he had been watching gan gan-diford
diford gan-diford for. 15 minutes and no noticed
ticed noticed him waDtine from one
truck, ta another with a package
ln-his band.;,., . , w
i- V- 'i. .. ,.
, The policeman, said that when
the defendant spotted him. he
dropped the bag In a truck and
tried to get away. Investieation
disclosed that the bar contained
several packages of csndv.

that Sandlford refused to tretltweUth annual Boys s""
into the police carat first ierk-ibe. he M .at the University cfeMa

toe awav from the officer twice,
before he finally agreed to to'
Quietly to the station where he
was placed under arrest -'The
Incident haDDened a-
round 10:3Q Saturday morning.

Said Judge John & Demlng:
-The officer was strictly within
his rights to bring you in. Toe
are charged with loitering. .not
wtlh selling candy. Loitering
means hanging around, and you
were doing that We cannot have
people hanging around there
without legitimate business." j
The Judge gave Sandlford a
suspended sentence and placed
him on one year probation.
- - w.-,e.--

Fair

US 7th Div.
To Undergo

Remodeling

WASHINGTON'.'Julv 15

ed today it would begin immediately to reorganiieVhi'
7th Division in Korea along atomic lines to help council
the heavy Red military buildup in the north. f
The 7th Division will become the 10th U.S. Pentomic
Division. With the exception of the 101st Airborne Di Di-sion
sion Di-sion in Europe, the others are located in the United States.
Hawaii and Alaska.
The United States and its allies last mrtn

the 1953 Korean Armistice agreement that prevented shift-
MAM aX mJah .... a IS al i"

",5", "i muuern weapons ro rorea. mey said they: did
so to offset the "enormous" Communist huiMnn in KArk

Korea.
Powerful new jef bombers and fighters already df
slated to go to South Korea, as well as modern equipment
and tanks for the two U.S. divisions holding the armistice

:., V

RPH

igh way Congress Highly,

Important PAU Expert Says

' "The bigs ast and ene ef the
most important highway confer conferences
ences conferences avtr held" was foreseen
.today by Edward P. Davis, taeh taeh-nil
nil taeh-nil coordinator for the Pan
American Union, who is tn Pa
hama te help with organization
ef the Seventh Pan American
Highway Congress.
Davis, who has served "behind
the scenes" for international con-
ferences throughout the Americas,
was ; greeted at Tocumen by Al Alfonso
fonso Alfonso Herrera y Franco, organiz
ing secretary of tne congress.
tavia is the first to arrive of
a team oi 15 technical experts on
loan from the Psn American U-
nion. The group will serve under
the organizing committee headed
by Minister of Public Works Ro
berto Lopez Fabrega. Details oi
OAS conference procedures, inter
pretation, keeping of minutes, are
the special Held of the tecnucai
team.
"Panama has a very good start
toward an excellent conference.
said Davis. "The Legislative Pa Palace
lace Palace offers the best facilities for
this kind of meeting. The organiz
ins committee and its ststf should
be coinoumented on its wort, ana
has solved many of tne problems
usually met in inter-American gei-
togethers of this sort.'
The Pan American Union
team according te Davis, will,
Include the PAU's top confer-
ence personnel and some of the
world's bast-trained Intorprotora,
Through e simultaneous interpre interpretation,
tation, interpretation, similar to that used in
the Umted Nations, congress
session will be heard in the
four official languages ef the
OAS fnglHh, Spanish,, Portu Portuguese
guese Portuguese end French.
Santiaeo Ortiz will hesd the
CZ Boys To Attend
A. Legion Program
Af U. of Maryland
WASHINGTON,-July 15 (UP)
Two Canal Zone youtns are ex expected
pected expected here Bext Friday to parti
cipate IB ue -American a uc
ryisna juiy
The two are Don Michael Ran-
deL 1. of Panama City and Lar Larry
ry Larry Joseph Siegel, 17, of Balboa
They will be among high school
students representing 4 states,
the District of-Columbia and the
Panama Caaal Zone at a work
shop program e American gov
ernment. '
Aa sart of the program dele-
ratei will bold a mock political
conventiee and appoint members
te serve as "government of&ciais
for the purpose ef studying the
structure ef United States government-
.- -'- .-,
The group wit meet President
Eisenhower July H.

r

(UP) The Armv nnnnune
'secretariat services" team. Oth."
ers in the group include Pedro 'JV 'JV-Corro,
Corro, 'JV-Corro, Jr.. a naUve of Panama,
who will assist Davis. Miss Cath Catherine
erine Catherine Ryan will help the Panama
staff to prepare the official -documents
of the conference. Chief, in interpreter
terpreter interpreter for the Congress will be
Fernando Morales MacCdo. ..'i,
i .'
In addition to the technical
team, the OAS will be represent-
ed by four top PAU officials. They
are headed by Francisco J. Her-
the Highway Congresses and chUf
oi tne JfAU travel diviaon: tim
will be accomoanied bv Hum T.
Seifarl C, PAU high engineering
specialist, Jorge Rivera, city-pla
ning technician, and Carlos,. Ato Ato-semena
semena Ato-semena Arias, local PAU repfre repfre-sentative.
sentative. repfre-sentative.
Z
Jailed In Holly7ocf:
On 'Drunk' Charge &
HOLLYWOOD, July 15 (UP)
Charles Chaplin Jr., 32. son 'of the
famed comedian, today was tq Ap Appear
pear Appear en's plain drunk charge re resulting
sulting resulting from an encounter with a it
irate husband who threatened to
"beat his brains out." n.
Two officers,. R. S. RsheT'and
Jim Conrad, came to Chaplain's
rescue yesterJsy at a gay party
around the swimming pool of aa
apartment house. 1
Fisher said Chaplin took refuel
inside a locked apartment fitter
Robert Focht, 35, angrily claimed
Chaplin mart "some remarks a a-bout
bout a-bout my wife." Chaplin waf tak taken
en taken to jail where he remained for
12 hours until an unidentified
friend posted the $20 baiL
Fisher said Chaplin, who of 'y
had It cents ist his pockets, eou! i
hardly walk when, he was arrest arrested
ed arrested on the drunk charge. Ne charee
waa filed against Focht and te
party continued after Chaplin wss
hauled off ta jaii ., ;.
Israeli Ambassadoi
Requests Meeting
WitlH Selwyn Lloyd
LONDON, Jary U-fftTV-,
Rriiiah Fercifm Secretary Sel Sel-wya
wya Sel-wya Lloyd acbedaled a meet meet-tag
tag meet-tag today with Israeli Ami j j-sader
sader j-sader CHaka lOath, the For
fga Office aaaesukcea seday.
The sneezing, ached aled for
1:4J GMT, is beiag held t
the Ambaaaader'a reeaest, tr
'splieaaaa said-
Be decltsed ta ftveal is
teaeaa fee the talk,



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HOTEL MANAGER EXPLAINS

July 12, 1W7
TO THE MAIL BOX EDITOR:
'.Ur.

raSpof PaynaKgone who want, to help the

T'accompllsh this, would It not have been better to bring
SmplS to the attention of the management of El Pan-

a. a a ruiniirran Kra i.i iai.i. onwo vmu w 1

ma at we v" ":Ti- cfTio wouldn't that have !wa testifying on crosa v-

takon to prevent wor wtuis ",7l,' J-m, Tnr months and lion by William wnen we wr
wiK.u i.u F .other than sittlnir baclc lor monuis """" J, .v...t w. ..Ps.i.

Labor TNews
And
Comment

.country.
To t

tnicnn ta nrevent ineir octurrB
Panama more, rather than sitting back

lasU ,nd thus isln no pgMw 1 to come Into its
shareholders know, the Htl nas. J' itobiigtion,, has

' ty victor mil il :
Edward Bennett Williams, coun

sel to gambler Frankie Costelio,

defender of the faith for Jim Hof-

fa, n.ost charming of the great
mouthpieces, may inherit the wind
he's whipping up. It may blow the
halo right off his handsome head.

Theii were many. 01 us wno

would have fought to keep, that
halo shining bright above Wil

liams" head, lor ne seemea-w pm
freedom's cause above cash. He
defended the oppressed. He fought
for the right of Joe McCarthy as
well is the American Civil Liber Liberties
ties Liberties Union and Madame Polly Ad-

ler to speak out. '- t

(But only recently, aunng ine

trial 6t TeimSters' Union cmei-

tain Jim Hoffs, tne manue 01 Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Darrow slipped a little and

the "mouthpiece" snowed tnrougn.

Fer It memed to some oosorv.
art that William triad to paint
witnosa John C Choatty
fi-Nogro aaeawao thoro are eight
Negroes on the Washington Fed Federal
eral Federal Jury trying Hoffe on
charg.it of attempting t Infil Infil-trato
trato Infil-trato the government and lift
seme of it secret documents.
Ex-Secret Service man Cheasty

examine

"I Think'HeV Taking Advantage of Us"

not yet been able

pr0 h feeflnsrs of our guests; a wimple polling na.
Regarding the iMungs ot ur gu assistant

.-been done every Vr.'nd ictt crtueiu or comment,
tnanager tMjfBW puWlc

rraKerr
other resorts where they ar and have ot been
.rates revert again to the o-se asQn .Vmi did not
innreitsori or changed In tverai years. 11 ...

3 the room rates, why wouldn't they nave rot .Wa---.-.-

terforirticle,

tary iemark regaramg euncr w
Th!,r.k vou m much fa. meritloning .the drink.at El Pan

ma. I have been trying for mor
that the drihk value, at ttw Hotel

Here we servo a

asked him about his services as
n irtvootisatnr -for the icitV Of TSl-

lahassee during the Negro bus boy-
nrober for a

Florida tat commitee digging in into
to into racial conflict. The implication
in this line o questioning seemed

obvious. If- Cheasty woraea ior
communities with segregation
laws, he would not be popular

with NeffrA PlUienry 01 wiram

there were eight on the Jury which

could send Hoaa

for

to jail

. VI. ..

Cheasty is a man cpow w -r
which burns like acid. When he

ftnUhMi nutting the boomerang on

Williams, it was apparent that
Cheasty had worked out a forniu forniu-)a
)a forniu-)a under which both the city Itad

tha Movta pommunltv wouia uc

rontent Tor tne momem, a urn c:

actly ecstatic over this compro compromise
mise compromise which would ease the ten tensions
sions tensions nd gft the riders back on
the bafes. Cheasty's report, in

fact, seemed pro-negro to a x x-inn
inn x-inn (MMtimtnr ind there was 8

quarrel on tins point.
ti.. i. Wut a much releVan

... i-htv'i Florida Job

JLa nnffi'i neeed session for

Senate documents aS there is be
4 ik. mnniffer of the Cieve

hnd Indian and Prime. Minister

" .- -.-, ... ..... ... : :

iilDAUYi7siii,,GTo:j

lwlERnY-CyO-I(CU;.'D

y tiw Alien

KANSAS CITY Harry Truman rancan, "from the Adriatic t6 Mo-

was in his usual bouncing mooa rocco

Walter Winchell In Wew Yor!(

-crftari Kn rpriLa muu " ; . i..tAMa iwr tan. f TiirninB ineiicvu-cs

our bar whiskey i, spey Royal which u ""Jlffl-,mrliif tl
vertised and known brand. Of course, if anyone wanu any ow m ffice had (
yerusec Biiu tnd M for his lavonie. t. ,.rnu!n9 rheastv'

' er nranu u vv

1 j-ifiir fliii mr 1,11 i xiuifvi jji.a r . .A.4

tunouWandonequarterWinKoi

ally, known JSSt prtcV peV ounce andto But Willi.ms showed that

Srrcheaper than the drinks served almost ever,- wa. sun wa

lie Witness,
pent many
s record.

u.J.wr. Chaaatrv turned the

tables inilo.d of bolng
to a defendant, lut ellrt
finish it. Williams walked. Into
court the following Monday and
atkod thf judge e ..
mistrial on the grounds that
Cheasty had tried ,te l"iyle
the Negro lurorS in his favor
and against Hoffa.
Her's where the halo tfed
. u.r ii Ed Williams,

newly elected member of the Na National
tional National Board of Directors of the
tm.r,rn rivii Liberties Union,

asking a Federal Judge to de-

drink here.

.ookln odor in the Cotiee snop ap"..--

have bVen Mg to improve but due to the fact VM s
SSSe the coffee siiop to Urger d more ade;

ouate ouarters. it has neen im""-i "r""-' ,hows

we

qu -tin. time. However, our Business

Sa? oe Sop ""tweigh your objection.
v.v. niv hrfit two Princes who have stopped here
4?&l?5 S Srepcesentauve. ha. proved that
neither tot sick from food in Panama.

nun that local people are, Justly proud of Sitt

n want everything to be M..penect nnre 1 -.hTd alalEM of NOT being. an-

- ..iio-mib.. 4 at avinriir. liibii, ouuivwvi

nt eyerytmng h m th.t. wmeUmes the

Sine? remark are taken much more serlousg
, cnance rem nf,,sh th r.riUcisms and direct them

SffSi toeTwlii do'th-e most ,ood for u. all.
I take pride in signing my name.
' Joseph R. Cnnaingham
General Manager
P.S Just received a letter from Rotary International setting uP
ndther five-day Institute, of Rotary Information meeting. One
Mnt'ctSihat we are comln8 back proof that we enjoyed
but suy at "El Panama- and the many courtesies we received
frcm the management.
(signed) Jnan M. Roger
Assistant Secretary"
JRC

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

-ir:

had shown signs

tl-Negro. .,.. .v

Here was .o uuiu,
intft New York regularly for

.u". irtit luiird meetings. JiV

ffTi tHiWeVent worlds. DurH

".t". v times he has

KaTed h ACLU .e?sion. he
has argued for more militant de defense
fense defense icivU righU. Yet Wami
j: j ... ...m .in rrrv this DSCK 10

Washington where, with the jreat

talent that is n, o ".;h
racial issue to a case hMh
no relationship at all to the racial
problem, of the south.
r mi.. kniniT would nave gone

upfrom .11 civil Ubertari." tf the

!.,:y.!!?,Th"1 JffmoE. machine.

III.TV whirled and stste-

ments would have cascaded

.w .1. it., .ui enaraini tne

inruuau v w t .

government wiw
: 1.1. N.rMt

insuiui-a 'vr. v I Ar

What wouio nave vvvv

chauvinistieally

example. If government

My visitors from down your way request, I maxe me mu ltd -MtA. the following uno o

Box oflener, but I can't see it mat way. nownw, i i j cuesUomng

et in an extra now and uien.
' I tied my headgear on Just in time to hear Robert Ander Ander-'
' Ander-' aon, 41. a Democrat of Vernon, Texas, iworn In as Secretary of
I the Treasury the youngest on record. Made hi. repuUUon
while administrator of the Wagner estate. Eisenhower wa. ask ask--
- ask-- d why he made the appointment and answered he could not
llnd a better regardless of poUtics. Thar, what I call an ln-

Hoped for a change to the weather but H' .tiU ng a
hot 95 degree. yterday. Hear a lot more road work wa. bid on
te.terday Hear the Judge at Bandera returned most f the
: pictures he seized.
Bandera is a warm little town and a good town for a dance
, nv nleht. rull of tourist camps so you won't have to .leep to
i the uoods. Just the rtgto? distance, 60 miles so you wont get
tired on the drive. If you do there are at least tour place, where
' you ean get refreshment and a rest.
' In conclusion will tell how I almost met Ike. Was working

- vur tx anil uri iatner wa uui"

'J. Z j VI. mMK..

The New Yerk Night :

The antiquated miracle of: a

light in the darkness never dis

sipated tne lascinauon 01 we
..Jt cloaks the city's noisy enorm-

ty Casts oblique shadows across

man. mans Kvpresis ... me uibiuv

metropolis washed by rivers and
an ocean. Warmed by an inferno
of neons... It is heir to all of the

world's luxuries... Multitudes re rejoice
joice rejoice in the town's myriad glories

as misers in goia. ur Kings m cey
tres ... Sights and sounds constant
iv incnirn .excited resDonses. A-

j r : -j ...

waken a seise 01 wouaer. suv

there' is turbulence in tne citys

beauty... Terror in ns post-mia

nicht excitement... Along some

Afreets, nocturnal activny sieeu

.A in fear... Freauently. darkness

is almost impenetrable. Thesha-

dows sre longest ... wnere awn

are brightest ... XNigm mtensmea

the city's black magic. ,.

Broadway's splendid conflagra-

;.- ri.iiliTotmn' mmt formia-

UVUlM ... M V.
able challenge to the invasion of

night... Its midnignt gaiaxy ex ex-eeerf
eeerf ex-eeerf the- ubimmer of the moon..:

Radiant fragments' ... itamDow

eyes arc cumnieu av o jciu. .v
Maruaec s are blinded ...The harsh

cure nf xhootinK ealleries .and

cnuvenir hoothi subside .... The e

lectric pulse is slowed .-In the

ihariows of Doraerine Bireeis nic

roatleis neoole. the unnappy wana

erers... Tne -irreciaimauia womeu

, th wilderness... The empty

stares of alcoholics... tne aeaa
walk in the shadows of the gayest

thorofare on earth,.. No longer, do

thev triv ir. show... That hie is

more than a nanoxui ox au...xuc;

are dust.

The dark hours are havens for
extreme!... criminals and lovers

. Th moon struck and the dis dis-wiiri
wiiri dis-wiiri ... Romancers stroll the

fringes of Central Park...The rib ribbon
bon ribbon of greenery bordering River Riverside
side Riverside Drive... Or share the ciamor-

aui aolitude of a nightclub..: ine

gay brainchild of poet's imagma imagma-tion.
tion. imagma-tion. This is love The grand and

mysterious eraotion...Dressed witn
colorful images and nourished with
hope... Classic versifiers isolate iU
charm... Glorify its enchsntment.
But love is often a product of line
in,iieitei...A bov and a girl wslk-

ing in the park and exchanging

dreams... Night's protective cloak labors.. Thb grime, thir ugliness,

creates fairylands for lovers .
They touch lips in a toast to their

love., v. -f .. .j.

ThA ritvMs rnnstahtlv ravaeed

hv' invnderc Nieht is their ally...

Crmiinals lurk and strike 'to the

darkness. Slithering and vicious ...
Press cars- are on the prowl for
news ... It. is always dismaying
to Witness law-brealung primitives
in rt inn. . Their bared-fangs,

tensed defiance... And tne wevi-.

table cnnuing when trappea

Fierce, bloody moments of contact
with, notice ... The incredible ef

ficiency and valor Of law-eDiptCers
The overpowering irony: Amid
the moonlight splashed pyramids1
of 20th Century Pharaohs, there is
barbarity... Those who dwell in

Phedionce to brutality wage con

tlnUous, ruthless struggle s.. wniie
the city sleeps... The police fight

and bleed... Ana sometimes aie

... So that the town's sleeping beau

ty will be secure.

The night is occasionally stab-

hed hv aavaeerv ... More often it

is taressea toy juannattan s unique

sorcery ... The rippling iiuason
treaked with the silvery charm

of moonlight.... Waves m.mboing

toward ihore ..: Trans-oceanic pa

laces blinking to the dark ... Lady

Liberty extending her halo us

shimmer... aepnyrs numming iui

lahiei. The" tinsinS climSX Of S

cooling evening ... The graceful
of Central Park's areenery

heina rocked to sleep... An aerial

ballet of cttra. The full chorus
of nature's wonder workers ...
Chanting love songs... The fingers

f aicvaeraners wearing the jewel

ry of a bright evening... The Wash

ington Bridge span's luminous web

... Diamonds against a oiaca vel velvet
vet velvet sky.
Suhwav aeruent. continue end

less journeys. The destinatioif is
boredom ... In the early ayem

hours there is a strange hush.-

The thunder -is a wsltz... Clatter

ing heels send questioning echoes

through tne aungeons ... incrcai
bly, the rustle of a newspaper can
ha heard ... Iron csrs a few hour.

before seemingly possessed with
the power of expansion to assimil

ate mobs ... now sparseiy populat populated...
ed... populated... Faces of .ubwsyfarers etch

the burdensome weariness of their

the swirling dust is evident. Ana
ahundsn ... For several hours the

tumultuous underground settles

down to a whisper Briefly -.Hap

pily ... Thankfully ;.., The mecha
nical dragon has been tamed. ..

I Scientists ir,ce the course of
night -and : day with mathematical

certitude ;.. songwriters iranaiaic
if with fragments of vibrations

Mobs of pieasure-nunters una eve every
ry every eveninu an adventure' of desper

ate joy... supeniciai gayeiy ;..ao a
colyumist, the night is- a working
day-. But there are peopl in he
eitv aphinc with loneliness... Fiaht-

ing the long;: longl.hours of V night

without the blessed opiate oi siep,
Melancholy is an auxiliary to pov

erty..Tho sick ahd bedeviled have

their private hells... And the love
lv Biris...vrhe ambitious ones be

inn awent down bv the current.

They sought to dwell the sumptu

ous peasr jnaroonea in a cum

water liat..; ireams oi giory. are
mockine visions of defeat... The

nights are long when hearts are

leaden Ana tne nours are oaya,

naralvtic centipedes ;.wiien min

utes are sobs muffled to pillows.

Teem in ir eommercial area, the

hushed... .Footsteps of ..occasional

passevshy punctuate the stillness...
Grotesque- shadows zig-xag across
Wail Street... But the city's busi

ness evele is a never-ending pro

cess... Newspapers are going to

press where hustle meet, bustle..
... Wholesale food mart are throb throbbing
bing throbbing with, activity ... All-night eat eateries
eries eateries retain their incessant clatter
... The nieht neoole -are toiling...

Sweating, planning, producing, en-j

tertaininj ... Tne caooies ana tne
waiters ... The showgais and their
swaying charms. Rippling beauties

...- The magnificence ox a city is
not solel. the consequence of huge
buildinas thrust skyward ... The

history of New York is the biogra

phy of its people.

' The giant stirs to the pre-dawn

hours ... Siowiy, almost impercep imperceptibly,
tibly, imperceptibly, the eitv awskens ...The dai

ly rhythm of life quickens ..The

traffic s num 1. miensuiea...inore

huxet etart bullvini their' way

More tubwavs more neoole. more

everything ... Whispers of night

alowlv vanish The first famt

sounds of the tumult is heard

when I saw him recently. A big

pile of mail Was on' his desk, The
American flag was beside it.
"I'm just bk from stirring up
the animals in Washington," he
said. "Somebody has to do it.
1 reminded the former President
that the last time I had talked to
him he had predicted there would
be war over the Sues Canal."
1 "That was ; in February; 1956,"
I recalled, ; "which was five months
before Nasser seized the Suez Ca Canal,
nal, Canal, am' nine months before war
started. How did you know 'war
was coming?" --,
' "Very, simple," he replied. "Rus "Russian
sian "Russian arms in Egypt. When you
nave an arms build-up you have

war, i .,.! ,. j

i "Would you have .topped that

build-up if you- had been in the

wnite nousev

"We have enoueh ships, in the

Mediterranean." he replied, to
throw a blockade against any ves vessel
sel vessel bringing in Russian arms. And
the United Nations would support

us in heading off war.

"At the Potsdam j conierence,"

he reminisced.- "I proposed that

all important waterways ne mter-i

nationalized ,suezr: the Dardanel

les. Gibraltar the 'Danube. I of

fered to internationalize the Pana

ma Canal. Those waterway, have

got to bi internationalized to keep

peace in tne world, we snouia

have done it before Nasser seiz

ed the Suez."-

What, hanrened to the propos

al a rostaam? '

STALIN LAUGHS

1IO JUllbtrU TYCO tUACWB.ju,

Mr. Truman replied. "Stalin said

he couldn't do anything .bout the

Dard.nelle, until the .Montreux

Convention-expired. He wanted to

control tbe Dardanelles himself and

take it away from Turkey.
i "Stalin always wanted a base

in 'the Mediterranean. Now Russia

has one in Albania and another

at Alexandria.- 'Egypt.' I'll bet Sta

lin is star ding up to hi, grave

"wnat po you tninx is tne way
to bring peace to that part of the

woriov i asKeo. ., ; .:

Just what. I told you before.'

said Mr. Truman, proving that

his memory was better tnan mine.

"That is where. history Began.

Most of our wars began down

here," he pointed to the Suez Ca Canal
nal Canal area -and the Near East, "or

in the iBalxans, ,-.

"That's what Hitler was after-

oil' and a route through Suez. But

we are. not ; some to have peace

until we readjust things.. Two hun

dred families own most oi tne ara

ble land in Iran. About 20 families

or so own the best irrigated land

hv Egypt.-! had a ; survey made
when I w.sin the White House

and it showed 'that the only way
we could have peace is to settle
all these ? problems." he pointed

to the entire' map of the Mediter

u.Ja wMir unian Is atarr

of Construction Tr.do. eouneil
of labor orgemsatlom. Is ""J
The answer would here hU to
ko yak. Mr. Hoffa, ore yeu
f Hs -oworful
the affirmativos Mr. Hoffa. did
vou know that In Connecticut it
took a fine of $X0 far contempt
and ordor that ."
truetien union pa 0S VT
until the situation wis ramadd,
to get Negroes We tho ouHitj
that m Mirwankoo and C
land tho Bricklayers
Negroes, end that It l s i fact
mt! most eanstrvctlanunlen.
oogrogato Nagroos, W
v... Am. mmt In at all?

Brv MlM IITI BIDVCUVU w

ax it rr Trier. iiu, iib i r nrv -- - i .(-
trrvr froun to Denlson and hU mother was guard-'.,.. .BVernment had tried to paint

iohTmln the Hotel where I .topped. Built toe line pas, TyierlHoIfl anti-Negrerj Mr. wtiuaw
rV.v. .ta a neniMin where the event happened. Thati-ouid aave .creamed, wwi grasp

' -was In early 1890', and we never thought we were turning out
future president f the united State.

tag his halo so it would not drop

in tne exeitemero.-

So mote It be.

Pep Wright

KLAK LEADER ON TT

titi : '
' it

.J xity i congratQlaU CTN-TV for bringing on their aereena
tha exritinr aivl stlmulatini; protram "Mike Wallace"?.

' This f aeV-ftodlng, go-getting reporter ha, the courage to
bring people like the head of the Ku Khix Klan before the Pub Public
lic Public and exDoelne him by merely asking cueitions.

Pleasa keen thia prorram as on of your "regular." it was

1

ij il DIRICT ii A.
y 't 'ffl I LEW THAN S HOURtFLlGHT TIME A ;
I ' -fJ U.T laity r VU. mmgm OaliniHaaa,
"N?'X Chai ar Taal. .a far aono , I
; V h'i VUtrrt ajauwf W twx Awraics,
', AVyW' 1 V4 rJ WOBLOAiaWAI. ,l.TBt I Tfj s
. V UmmM tW aal Art I

We have tot" to give the pen- ;

pie here a cb.nce to live and. eat.

Actuauy tncre is no reason wny
thev can't cnt along togethe'r. I

told that to Ibn Saud when I saw

him. ; c t

" 'You are .all cousins,'. I Said.
Vnii'va ant trt ctet alnnff with the

Jews ever, if they do call you il illegitimate.
legitimate. illegitimate. You can .call thenfv
that tun

'"What did Ibn Saud .y7". I
asked.
; "Oh, he laughed and laughed
and laughed," replied Mr. Truman.
" 'We don't deny that Abraham',
wife drove us out into the desert.'

he siidV' ' r

The town starts to' pulsate ...The

soft music coming with the ap

proach of sunrise is interrupted

By the sound of a Jig.... A vibration

in the air : The force of the

town existence is being renewed

... The. titan's footsteps will soon

he heard 'round the world, t -.

The .night's brisk serenity is of

ten impaired by despair ... per

verted by Drutauty ana agony.:.

There is crue'ty to the dsrk ...And
death The contours of crime

seem mountainous Easier to
perceive than the skyline.. .Animal

sensations may exceed moral sen

timents ... But the truth is the

New York night has mora laugh

ter than terror '. ..More music

than misery ... The tranquility of
residential communities is the do

minant factor .. And there is that

serene instant ... When night re

news its friendship with the stars

... The darkest moments become
the brightest. ;

FIRED TWO v
' I-asked the former President
whether any Cabinet officer had
ever opposed him or President
Roosevelt on the budget to the
same way. Secretary of the Trea Treasury
sury Treasury Humphrey had opposed Pres

ident Eisenhower. J ',

1 r r ,.1''", f '' i ' '
. :' :-. t
"Not on, the budget," 'Truman
replied, "but Henry Morgenthau
came jo see me and said he want wanted
ed wanted to- go to Potsdam. I told him
the place of the Secretary of the
Treasury was in Washington.
"In that case,? he said, I will
have to resign. 'All right,' I said.
'You can write it out now' and I
handed him a piece of paper. He
resigned. ;
"Then there was Ickes. He wa,
a great old boy." .aid the ex ex-President.
President. ex-President. "I like him but he op opposed
posed opposed me on Ed Pauley for Under-Secretary
of. the Navy. I had
a special reason for appointing
Pauley to that Job.. He was tough
enough to keep the admirals in
check. But I couldn't make Ickes

unnerfitanH tnfit. ini) mttm he An.

posed Pauley's appointment ;he

came to me and said he wanted
to resign to six weeks.

"You. have resigned already,'
I told him. :

Late, he-caine to see me. I

think to 1948, and .aid; 'I've got
tor get into this campaign; They
are taking the country away (from
us. I want to make some speech

es.
"So Ickes made some of the best

speeches of the campaign,"

l tried to -get the ex-President
to comment on some of the dis

agreement, within the Democra Democratic
tic Democratic party, particularly the refusal

0i ben. Lyndon Johnson of Texas

to cooperate with the Democratic

Advisory committee on which

atraa .4 at. WfananaAa Cm

sctTBi nuiai DicvciiBuii. flrnauu?

Kef auver, and Trumaa -himself.
But be khied away.-

.."It wont hurt us to fitrht amnnff

ourselves,' he said, "just so,long
a. nobody is. underhanded.. Tho
Democrats are like the, Irish if
they are not fighting the enemy,
they fight among themselves. Wo
used to have factional fights a a-mong
mong a-mong the Democratas in Kansas
City. It did us good to have those
fights come out of our systems.
Just so long as we Csht in tho

open and nobody nurse, grudge.

it s a neaitny system."

Red Union Council
Asks ike, Macmillan
To Half Atom Tests

; MOSCOW,' -July IS (UP) The
central council of Soviet profes professional
sional professional unions has cabled President
Eisenhower and British Premier
Harold Macmillari. to .appeal for a
cessation ot nuclear tests, it wa,
learned today. V, -
The messages, e 1 timing to
speak for 47,000,000 members,
called uoon the Western leaders

to consider the '"grave situation"

created by the armament, race
and weapons tests.

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Siima Aramburu. is surprised at a luncneon shower given Dy

her friends at the Union Club on Friday. Dr. and Mrs. Riggio
were married in Mexico on July 7.

TRADITIONAL BANQUET HELD AT UNION CLUB
fO CELEBRATE FRANCE'S NATIONAL DAY
The French-American Committee of Panama held the tra traditional
ditional traditional Bastille Day banquet at the Union Club last night. It
was a eala affair, presided over by the Ambassador of France
WBd Mrs Lionel Vasse.
Earlier in the day the Ambassador and his wife entertained
with a reception at the French Embassy.

Alfares EnttrUlrwd
Prior To Dprtort
For Eoropo
Count Elienne Portalis a n d
Countess Portalis entertained m
Thursday, with

a bon voyage luncheon for Dr. and1

Jtrs. Hicardo Allaro oeiore meir
departure for Europe.

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Pilot's Wivot
Lunchoon Will
Be Hold Saturday

The Pilots Wives will enjoy a

luncheon at the Hotel El Panama,

Saturday noon.

Reservations may be made by

calling either member of the Ar
rangements Committee: Mrs. Sa

muel E. Johnson 2-3544 or Mrs.

Howard J. Schwartzman 2-3700.

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Mrs. H. W. Post
Visit Lima, Peru

Mrs. H. W. Post left Friday, by

plane, for a short visit to Lima,

Peru. She was accompanied by

her sister. Mrs. Minnie Dee Har

ris and another house guest, Miss

Bc-nadine Carufel.

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MrsC Porboi Clvos
'At Homo' For Daughter

Mrs R. E. Forbes entertained

with an 'at home-' Saturday in her

hnmn in Ancon. Mrs. orpes

daughter. Ma 6. S. Astrin of Wi

chita, Kansas, who it visiting her
family here, received friends with

her mother..
Mrs. W. R. Lindsay and Mrs. F.

0. Bryan presided at the punch punchbowl,
bowl, punchbowl, which was set on a table

laid with an Army-Navy cloth and

centered bv a floral arrangement

of red and yellow roses in a silver

bowl flanked tv silver canaieiaDra.

Miss Judy Beeby assisted in serv serving
ing serving the guests.

Mrs. Astrin ana ner DaDy aaugn-

ter. Jodie Rae. will spend the maj

or portion of the summer visiting
on the Zone before returning to

Wichita. In September Mrs. As

trin will enter her fourth year in

the School of Nursing of the Uni University
versity University of Coloradp.jn Denver, Col

orado.

Mr. and Mrs. Wise

Mako Trip To US

Mr. and Mrs. Nelson ju. wise aim
John of Balboa, sailed Satur

day aboard the S. S. Ancon for a
vacation and business trip to the
States. While in the States, Mr.
Wise, who is Budget and Project
rnnrHinator ;n Engineering and

Construction lor the Panama Can

al, will attend a seminar ai uoi
onto University.

The Wis family will visit New

York Washington. D. C. ana me

State of Indiana beiore returning

to the Canal zone in jsepiemuei.

Donaldson Return

Hero For Viit
Mr and Mrs. Arthur Donaldson

of Oakland, California, will arrivel

hr npvt week for a short visit De

fore traveling to Paraguay where

Mr. Donaldson will De a represeu

tiv nf tho Kaiser inausiries.

Mr nnmtHson was an employe

of the Canal Company from 1935 to
1955, and is widely known on the
Isthmus. Mrs. Donaldson was for

merly a nur?e on the staff of Oor-

gas Hospital.
Racent Guest
At Ml Panamonto

Among recent guests at Pana Pana-monle
monle Pana-monle Inn, Boquete are Mr. Don Don-aid
aid Don-aid Halman, from Panama City,
Mr. Teodocio Bernal, from Pana Panama
ma Panama rkv. Mr. and Mrs. Charles

h walker and children, Nancy

fir.nt: from Pennsylvama.Mr

Mr. Jospnh O'Brien, from

C.Z. Mr, John A. Menaugh, from
r.hicaeo and Mr. C. H. Qalhoun,

from Panama City.
Cuayami Indian
row iv, tria

,..r wuuey Townsend wU snow

coior anues ana wu ui his my io

ui Oaleii Oil AUu,
.... caiseii oil iuesu, JUiy i

.1 111 .uilimM JUiOa CllulCU
Couple's Club.
A pot luk .dinner i,s scheduled
for 6:30 p.m. After a' short busi

In answer to a recent column

asking some "big. strong man

to explain to us women why men

aehave as they do. a "Dig. strong

man' from Chicago asks 'a few

questions of his own.

He writes: "wm some poor, in

nocent female kindly explain to us

men why it is... A

JWhen she leaves tne oresser

drawers oben or clothes on the

bed she has 'not finished'. When

he doe he is sloppy and disorder

When a man yeas, ne is act

ing like a baby. When a woman

cries, site nas oeen nun.

"When he lorgets, ne no longer

loves her. When she forgets, it

was an oversight,

'When he does not want to go

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Regulation Prdfted

To Protect Rivers,
Fish Of Portugal

LISBON. July 15 (UP) A draft

of a new regulation to prevent the

industrial pollution of Portuguese
rivers and to protect the fish there therein
in therein against poaching was published

today by the Ministry of Economy.
The bill, which contains five
clauses, is designed also to limit
the excessive activity of anglers
that threatens to delete the stock
on freshwater species. It will be
submitted to the Council of he

Presidency (Prime Minister's of-

cie) Tuesday.

When they do so out against

his wishes, she says she had to
drag him.. When they go out a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst her. wishes, she) claims, she

went so as not, to ruin his even

ing, -pit;'? 'W-Ttt

.. When she plays bridge' in the
afternoon it is bpc use she, sim r

nas tc get out ot tne nouse oc

casionally.,' Wlieu he -play !i poar
with the boys in the. evening he

is neglecting her and the children.

When she has title to sav she

Us- feeling low. When he is silent

he nas a grouch.

"When she buys something they

don't really need it's that it was
too good a bargain to ps up.
When he buys something they

could do without he will let i a
salesman talk him into anything.

"'When she disciplines the" chil

dren, she is being firm. When ne
gets niter them he is being un unreasonable,
reasonable, unreasonable, or even a big bully. 'j

Double Standard,
Hollywood Style
HOLLYWOOD, July 15 (UP)
Producer Al Milton says he'll film
a seminude bathing scene of. ac

tress Toni Turner tw6 different
ways for "A Time To Kill" to sa-

tisify both' American and Euro European
pean European film standards.
"The broader one will be for
European consumption," Milton
said.

ness meeting, Mr. Townsend will

show his pictures.

All couples, members and friends

are invited to attend.

British Ambassador'

Return, Wednotday

The British Ambassador and

Mrs. Ian Les'ie Henderson are due
to arrive at Cristobal about noon
on Wednesday, in the s.s. "Reina

del Mar."

L.T. COL. M.H. TURNER INSIDE

Lt. Col. Max H. Turner is the

new executive officer of the U.S.

Army Caribbean Provost Marshal

Section.

Turner anived in the Canal Zone
June 28 from an assignment as

provost marshal of the 1st Armor Armored
ed Armored Division. He was with this divi division
sion division at Fort Hood, Tex., and more
recently at Fort Polk, La. He was
nlso provost marshal of the post
of Fort Polk.
Among other assignments, the
colonel has been with the 113th
Cavalry, the Cavalry School, the

Constabulary in Europe, the 3rd

Infantry Division in Korea and the
Provost Marshal General School.
The colonel resides at Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton with his wife, Evelyn, and their
two sons, Dale and Richard.

out, he is unsociable. Jf she wants
to stay home, it's because she is

cAnausicn or nas a neaaacne.

SHE'S FIRMt

Add Loev Of God
To Desegregation,
Says Billy Graham
NEW YORK, July 15 (UP)
Evangelist Billy Graham said
yesterday "we need anti-segregation
legislation in this country, but
unless it is supplemented by love
of God it would be nothing but
cold war."
The 38-year-old North Carolina

preacher addressed a crowd of

some 8.000 Negroes and a sprin

kling of whites from the steps of

the cornerstone Baptist cnurcn in

a Negro section of Brooklyn.-

"You know I came from the
South myself, but after I made

mv decision at the age of 17 1

began to see my brothers differ
ehtly," Graham said.

"Some say God so loved a

certain race," he said. "But I say

God so loved man."

Graham said God did not look
at the color of man's skin but

into his heart.

Graham said God Was a spirit

who could be in "Brooklyn, China
and Africa all at the same time."

Thousands packed themselves
shoulder to shoulder into the

street for .a block, in either .direcr.

Hon of the church. Hundreds-more

listened' fro;n apartment windows

fire escapes and front steps.

Graham said that God had

given man a free will.

"ou can turn God down if you

want to and God can do nothing

about it, he said. Man deliber

ately chose, to bulla his world and

so we have war, racial prejudice

and suffering.'

Graham said that men "outside

of Christ don't have the capacity

to love.

"Some people are not going to

get to Heaven because they would
not feel at home," he said.
"I'd rather know today 'that I
was going to Heaven than to be
the President of 4he United
States," he said.

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LUNCHEON FOR MRS. JACK RIGGIO Some of the group who attended the luncheon given
Friday in honor of the. newly wed Mrs. Jack Riggio are shown here. Mrs. Riggio is the former
Miss Gilda Aramburu, daughter of the Peruvian Ambassador to Mexico, Gejman Arimbum
and Mrs. Aramburu. i 5 .iv&viv

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eniorcea government-eniorcea ignorance because oi

iresiue.it Eisenhower's retusai to

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CAIRO Prime Minister aa-

harlal Nehru of India on the Mos Moscow
cow Moscow purge's effect 'on world peact,:
"Present developments indicate

greater relaxation internally and

internationally."
VALLEY FORGE, Pa. Vice,

President Richard M. Nixon ad'

dressing 59,000 Boy Scouts at their
fourth national jamboree:
"But may I tell you that there
are million! of boys-in the, world
Who would like to swap places

with you for the privilege of be
incr-an AmpricAnl'

NEWTONBUTLER, County Fer
mattagh, Northern Ireland North
ern Irish Premier Lord Brooke

borough praising his people, for the

quietest Orange JJay in years:
"We are proud that not a single

action of retaliation took place in

spite of the high-trovocation wc

suffered." j

, WASHINGTON Edward Ben

nett Williams, attorney for Team

sters Vice President James Hoiia,
on the declaration .of a mistrial

for Hoffa's bribery-conspiracy tO'

defendant Hyman I. Fischbach:

"We have not and will not have

the defense evidence we so large

ly are relying on."

Snakes, Snakes All
Over The Place
Lapping Up Cerveza

LONDON. July 15 (UP) A

customer raced out of the Spread
Eagle bar and across the road to

a patrolling policeman:

'There's a snake drinmng my

beer," he shouted, i -t
Ud the stairs from an under

ground comfort station came two
more m!n. fit's full of snakes,'

they said, pointing downwards

From Peters cafe, on the next

corner, poured a .stream of pa

trons. hamburgers and cups of

coffee in their hands.
"Snakes-' they shouted.
"They're eating all the food.

Bewildered police saw more

snakes, slithering across the pave pavements
ments pavements and .coiling around trees.
Then pet shop owner Harry
Palmer came panting up. Fifty
snakes, all harmless, had escaped,
he said. ' 1
, Five were round up, including
the one in the spread .Eaglely .Eaglely-ing
ing .Eaglely-ing happily in a pool of, beer- on
the floor. The other 45, police said,
are still free.

Catholics, Socialists Struggle
For Control Of United Europe

West's Stalling On

Disarmament Excuse
For Soviet-Buildup

MOSCOW, July 15 (UP)-Sovlet

Defense ttlir.ister Georgi Zbukov
said today Russia has' been
forced" U- build up its armed
forces because the West is. stalling

on auarmamrni.
. Zhukov. addressing a Navy Day

celebiation in Leningrad, said
Russia had advanced "concrete
nronosaU which pavetht way for

taking the' disarmament talks out
. i" i .

oi lot imp4!"c. :
He said some other countries,

bankine on their policy of ne

goUating "from positions oi
stfength, are doing all they can
to protract the disarmament talks
by ri-ising ..new obstacles. "Our
Deonies cannot but take this into

account," he said.
The address was the second
ma tor speech in two days for the
Red Army marshal who recently
was ; elevaled to the powerful
Communist Party Presidium.

VALLOMBROSA, Italy, July 15
(UP)Italy's Christian Democrats
fqressee a continent-wide struggle
between Catholics and socialists
for control of a united Europe.
This theme kept cropping up in
the first day of a meeting of tne
Italian Christian Democratic Na National
tional National council in this Tuscan hill
resort yesterday. The two day
meeting was expected to wind up
tonight with approval of the .oarty
leadership altitude during the re recent
cent recent government crisis.
Party Secretary Amintore Fan Fan-fani
fani Fan-fani made it clear in a long re report
port report to the council that he consi consi-dered
dered consi-dered next f year's general elec elections
tions elections in Italy as the second rnunH

of the Catholic-Socialist battle of
Europe, expected to open this
year with the German elections.
Fanfani charged that Moscow
was backing the Socialist bid for
control of Europe in the hope of
benefitting from it, although he
admitted the Socialists aims were
very different from those of the
Kremlin.
"As time passes, it will appear

ever clearer that one of ttiemost
important events of the past five
years was the decision of the So Socialist
cialist Socialist International for a greater
operational understnaind between
all Western Social Democratic par parties,'
ties,' parties,' Fanfani .Mid; . f
"The purpose of this understand understanding
ing understanding was to hasten the advent- of
a Socialist society in Europe, and
it was not concealed that for' this
purpose it would be necessary to
replace the Christian Democratic
majorities in some western coun countries
tries countries as well as reduce the expan expan-sion
sion expan-sion of Communism everywhere."
Fanfani said it' was "peculiar'
that the Socialist plan was support supported
ed supported by the Liberals in Belgium,
France and Germany, and ''aided
and abetted by the Communists
in Moscow." ; -x v
In replacing the Christian Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats as Europes leading force,
Fanfani said, the Socialist, be believe
lieve believe they will effectively elimi eliminate
nate eliminate the Communist danger: The
Communists, instead,- he said. be believe
lieve believe the Socialists will play, into
their hands. ( ,

Project Paydirt Gets Started
'With : 46 Suggestions In i ; June

girieer, Ordnance and Surgeon'
Sections, were recommended for
certificates and three-day, pass passes,
es, passes, for the suggestions resulting
in intangible savings improved
operations and increased safety.
Personnel are reminded to
submit their suggestions to Proj Project
ect Project Paydirt by dropping their
Ideas into a suggestion box or
forwarding them to the Sugges Suggestion
tion Suggestion Program, Fort Amador.

Project Paydirt got off to a
big start in U.S. Army Caribbean

during the month of June with
a total of 46 suggestions from
military personnel and civilian
employes being placed into ef effect,
fect, effect, a U.S. Army Caribbean
Comptroller spokesman said last
week. (; ..

Cash awards from $10 to 4275

certificates, and letters of appre appreciation
ciation appreciation were approved for adopt adopted
ed adopted suggestions, estimated to re result
sult result in benefits of approximate approximately
ly approximately $20,000, improved working
conditions, and the elimination
of on-the-job hazards. Military
passes were also recommended.

The top award of $275 went to

Irving D. Bryson, Engineer Sec Section,
tion, Section, for the design of a dyna

mite cutting device which per permits
mits permits the use of non-standard

dynamite. His suggestion made

possible the saving of approxi

mately sio.wj. o

Savings of a p p r oxlmately

$3500 will be, the result of a sug suggestion
gestion suggestion submitted by Ted A.

Bembenek and Ollberto Copo Copo-rropa,
rropa, Copo-rropa, two Quartermaster em employes.
ployes. employes. Their idea for an Im Improved
proved Improved method of laundering cot
covers brought' them an award

of $115. The new method elimi eliminates
nates eliminates shrinkage: and prolongs

the serviceable life of the covers

An 'Inter American Geodetic

Survey employe, George Still Still-man,
man, Still-man, came up- with, the idea of

a plastic prooiing system lor use

on maps". The system produces

color proofs, at a reduced cost
and provides a means of check checking
ing checking the accuracy of the original
data without the use of plates or
offset press.. The process will cut

th nt of Tirlntlnir iSOO trt 41 -I

000 annually. Stlllmaa received1 arios, son or-int

certificate for his recommen- v? w me fpanisa

Parisian Gels High
For Baslille Day
PARIS, July 15 (UP.) '- An flyer-zealous
patriot attempted to
scale .the Eiffel tower, from the
outside Saturday night to celebrate
Bastille day.
Police said that Daniel Praga,
27. a mechanic, was 36 feet ud on

the open framework when firemen

were called.
They persuaded Praia to give
up his attempt. He was released
by police after they checked his

papers. J

Son Of Pretender
To Spanish Throne
Becomes Shavetail
zaragozaI SoJuris!-.

(UP) '- Prince Juan -Carlos and
his sister Princess Margarita left
here this morning by -air aboard
a Special plane for Lausanne, Swit Switzerland,
zerland, Switzerland, to meet their father and

other members of the family.'

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throne, Don Juan.. yestHj,v, r-.
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lieutenant in the spamw oiy
completing a two 'year course in

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Taft-Harilsy Law To fle Revised
Soori,;Says Labor Sec. r.litchcU

WASniNtoNJuiy IS (UP)
T.ahnr Secretary James, P.

Mitchell disclosed .today, that

the Eisenhower Administration s is

, draftini new legislation to -over

haul' the controversial Taf t-Harfr
''lev bhntmanneement law.

Mitchell sa'd the administration

hopes' to have "a weu-tnougnt-through
program ready for ap-

provaf..,by Congress"1, by the end
ot next year '';' ,
"W- believe." he 'said, "that
there ; is" need for a complete
review of all legislation having to

do 'wifli labor- od management
relatioiis.." s,
He made plain, however, that

i the "administration has no plans

to fiin'. the Taft-Hartley act.

"We believe that basically the

Taft-Hartley act is a sound piece
of legislation"."? he said, "buthlce
all Wi&lation dealing with human

relations,1 it needs revision 4 afteri

10 years oi experience.
Mitchell did not say. what Jea'
tures of the. law the administra
nn- .fc1iwfe"' -shduld be over

hauled. He also did not say.howj

sweeDine the administration pro vention in the affairs of 1

unulH h. I unions with "great caution.

Union leaders have sought un

successfully sipce the Taft-Hartley
law was. passed to get it revised

or repealed. s
'Mitchell made Ws statement in
a television interview with Rep.
Harold C. Ostertae tfR-NYVfor TV,

stations In Rochester and, Bunaio,

MitcheTT.also said the' adminis

tration is counting on the glare

of unfavorable publicity, rather
than administrative action. to

force labor un i o as to "clean:

hnimp.'

He said s recent disclosures by
Senate, investigators of racketeer-

me bv labor "leaders has-been a

very,-healthy, things

""I Deuever tnat in tne long run
an result of this investigation

it will be good for labor and it

will be eooa lor.ine pumicweuare

generally," he said.

'The vast m ajoriiy or opin. ine
members, of the unions and their

leaders are good, honest, indus

trious' American citizens," ne

said 1

Mitchell said the- government

should approach any direct inter-

laoor

by Erskint Johnson J11) j ;f.

HOLLYWOOD (NBA) Off
'the Sound Track:
. .. .numiniv meeting Will be

called next week for the board ot

directors of JNO-rur, my v"
welfare r organization, officially
known as the mtional Organiza Organization
tion Organization of People Opposed to Pop Popcorn
corn Popcorn eating' at the movies.
Hopcorn, teems, ismerely des dessert
sert dessert at the movies these days witn

coming beHer box officejhan the

M mon rte screw.

There is ho record, yet of any
theater owner .putting his menu in
electric lights W the marquee, but

the way things are going it couia
happen.. And if Hollywood isn't
careful, 'k pizza pie or a new ham hamburger
burger hamburger sauce could win the an annual
nual annual moviegoers' popularity poll
instead of Rock Hudson- or Jayne
Mansfield. With: a stomach seda sedative
tive sedative copping "best supporting" per performance
formance performance award. t
A digest of the trade journals for
film exhibitors reveals these, un un-digestible;
digestible; un-digestible; reports of food), not film,
activity: in various sections of the

A ye"stiRexbufy, M- dpive-jrent Pageiit Magazine.;. V h

hot clamcaket: CamifiackTheafSrTinjn v .5T womeirwui stm be wona

in Humaxtcid. Long Island, sens

ll.nt Chinese ago roll for 30

"and they're going great." A "Big
Bey" sandwich, using a loaf of
French' bread, is a $1.50 special at
the Wometee theaters in Florida.
The Lone Tree Drive-In at Victo Victoria,
ria, Victoria, Tex.; has added a 'grocery
store and cafeteria. If you spend

S2.50 .either place, .you get two

tickets for the movie. The Trail Trail-In,
In, Trail-In, In Houston, Tex., fesatures a
pope-corn dish topped, with chili.
OTHER T THEATE RS ...Jeature

nork steak sandwiches, fried

shrimn and a new. machine that

serves your favorite soup by just

the press of. a button,

"21" in New York will wind up

showing lams to win back their

lost customers eating in theaters

and onve-ins.

And the vogue for actors and

actresses witn i tricx names is

bound to shut from the current

ones like Tab and. ttusn. The way

people are rushing' to theaters to

eat, tnese names on marquees and
in advertisements would have a

lot more -oox-ottice appeal:

Berry Tarte, Calf Loaf, Par Fait,

Clam Suey, Graham Glace, Fig
Newton, 'k-av loli and Plum Uoode.

Meanwhile, wo-f Of : 1 can as

sure, you, will be discussing how

to cope witn tne growmg promem

ot u it s a Hoiiywoou picture,
it's the best food in town." ..,;(

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Announces Posilion
Veccncy Af Rodman

The U. S. 4 Naval Station at
Rodman, has a position vacan vacancy
cy vacancy for v planner 1 and estimator

(Public Works), $a.60, $3.75 and

$3.90. per hour. In the Public

Works Department of the Naval

Station

Applicant must have four

years experience as journey

man in any one or more of the
following trades r plumber,.' pipe

fitter., refrlneratlon mechanic or

remgeration air conaiuoning

mechanic. ; .,,'.

This "position reaulres prepar

afclon of estimates tf time, labor

and material costs for altera

tion, installation, repair; and

construction of ouiiaings, utili

ties, plant equipment and other
facilities. The planner and esti estimator
mator estimator will examine I; work re

quests, sketches blue prints and
other specifications.- He will
prepare Job orders specifying
man Hours required by trades
Involved in the most efficient

sequence of operations, make

sketches and' complete bills of

materials. r' 'v ,V

Applications' for this position

should be submitted to the in

dustrial Relations Office, U.S.

Naval Station, on or before July
19. Any additional information

may be obtained by calling Na

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GRAHAM DRAWS CROWD Evangelist Billy ; Graham speaks
. to an overflow crowd which Jammed Into New York's finan financial
cial financial district. to hear the-words of the young preacher. Stand Standing
ing Standing at the; loot of the George Washington statue in front ot
the Sub-Treasury building. Graham exhorts the estimated 30, 30,-000
000 30,-000 persons to join his religious crusade.

American Lawyers
Moving To London

For Huge Conclave

LONDON,'" Wis' (UP)-The

PA A Flying Newspaper Group

On Latin American Tour

(PA-C ) Three Pennsylvania

newspapers, are taking 70 sub

scribers on : a tour of ten Latin

American countries, beginning

this month.

The group mes to Panama

from Miami by Pan American
World Airways Monday (15 July)
then continues to Lima, Peru;

Santiago Chile, Buenos Aires,
Rln de Janeiro, and to San Juan,.

American Bar Assn. is moving to pserto Rico.

London lock?,, stock and Black- At San Juan the group will

stone. divide, some returning to. New

The occasion" is the biggest con-' 1 1 1

vention ever held overseas by
sttiTtssa s London Businessman

planes are transporting 3,000 law-

York and the others continuing

oy f aa to port au prince, Hai Haiti;
ti; Haiti; Kingston and Montego Bay,

Jamaica, ana Havana.
Sponsoring newspapers are' the

Valley News, Tarentum; the
Sharon Herald. Sharon, and the

Times Chronicle. Jenklntown.

Eugene A. Simon.' editor of the

Valley News, and Joseph J. Mc-

Manon, editor or the Times Times-Chronicle,
Chronicle, Times-Chronicle, are making the full
tour.

XI FE CAN BE Miserable.TE-

lizabeth Taylor writes in the cur-

ering "Why?'

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It .looks like, chefs instead v of

wise showmen, are operating to today's
day's today's movie theaters;. The film on
the screen, apparently has become
just a nice mural to background
aH the: eating.. -: -. : :
So where do we go from here?
There's no business like, food
business? v :,, j :-j
Maybe the Pump Room in Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, Perino's- in Los Angeles, and

Marilyn, Monroe speaks one
word or hrncn, and a line of Ger German
man German in "The Prince and the Show

girl' But hor lines that fust wig

gle remain the best of all., For

sortie reason or othr, Marilyn and

Sir Laurence Olivier seem, to be
acting indipnentiy, or, each oth other
er other in the film, and the flicker suf suffers
fers suffers because of it..
: "The Left-Handed Gun" is the

new title of Paul' Newman's pre

viously titled turn, "Tne &aga ol
Billy the Kid." .Don't ask me U
expiain a ieu-hanaea gua the
studio can't either but I hope it
is rignt for mm.',:
TELEVISION HOME RUNS;
Joan Davis will be back on NBC NBC-TV
TV NBC-TV ia the faU .ideas lor her new

show are still cooking: : .mgm
is paging Joan Bioadeil now- for
Chill Wills' costar in the "Min-and

uw series. Mack. Lemmon is
slated for a rotating star series.

Accent will be on drama. ;

yers and 4 .ouo dependents rrom

the United States?: f he convention

Will open July 25. ;

Hotels within 30 miles of London

are movtne out reeular customers

to maxe room ior ine .Americans.
, Britain is welcoming them with
open armS,' v Eveiir Buckingham
Palace will open its gates for the
first exclusively. American 'party
Queen Elizabeth" has ever given.
Actually, the British convention

will be a follow-up to the conven
tion opening in New i York today,

Delegates aifo will fan out for

sessions in Austria, France, Ger Germany,
many, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and
Sweden. t'"-'f-v.fyy';'.
U.S. Chief Justice-JEarl Warren
and Attorney General Herbert
Brownell will head "the list 'of

prominent delegates.. ,y

An Effective remedy For

Kin uiseases
Thta- excellent antlsetiie. known

EMERALD OIL, Is bo effective In the

itching of eczema itope wiUj the first
tew applicationa. .

MOANK turoiin An -.

ana pieasani 10 use ana la such a pow powerful
erful powerful and penetrating antiseptic that
even the most stubborn cases respond
to Its effects. It's on sale at aU druc-
stores. .; "'

Ail of Jimmy. Durante's," half-

hour filmed shows' will be re-shown

this summer: .The "Tugboat Au Au-nie"
nie" Au-nie" series, is slated for filming in
Canada. .. Some of Jerry Lewis'

money is behind ; "Permanent

Waves'! a telefilm idea bout Navy

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Develops Addition
For Bicarb Of Soda

LONDON. July 15 (UP) A

TsmHnn businessman who started

taking pinches of bicarbonate of

soda to ease an uicer dbck w iki
developed such an" addiction for it
that he1; finished up eating ;, two
pounds a week, it was reported

yesterday..

Th man's case history was told

in an" article i the Scottish Medi Medical
cal Medical Journal, which- identified him
only as "Mr. X." The article said

his addiction got so bad two years
aeo he started buying bicarb by

the truckload, v ,

. Dr. ? A. G. 'Melrose said in the
article that when the man col collapsed
lapsed collapsed in the street it was found

his addiction to Dicarnonaie nao

brought on cerebral tnromDosis.

When'1 doctors forbade him to
take, any more, Melrose said, "it

produced a violent emotional re reaction
action reaction and he became tempera temperamental
mental temperamental and difficult to handle."

A hospital staff had to treat him

as though he were- a regular drug

addict. Melrose said. Gradually,
they decreased his daily1 allowance
until they finally cured him.

3 Armed Marauders
Slain By Israelis
In Northern Itegev
JERUSALEM, Israel, July 15
(UP) An army spokesman said
today that three armed maraud

ers were slain by Israeli forces

in the northern Negev last Fri Friday.
day. Friday. Colonel Nehemlah Brosh said
a patrol encountered the group
o raiders on Friday morning

last. Tney reiusea to nan, ne

said, and opened fire on the pa
trol. -".r

"The patrol replied killing two

men. The others escaped, on

Friday night another group was

spotted and another man killed

in a quick exchange.

Brosh said the patrols seized

a number or cameis iftaen witn

arms and smuggled goods.

Tracks showed the marauders

were on their-way to Jordan,

from the Gaza Strip, Brosh said.

Dog Collision
GENEVA. N.Y. (UP) Pa

trolman Robert Oddl. whose mo

torcycle collided with two dogs,

suffered leg, hip and elbow in injuries
juries injuries while the two canines
leaped up, snapped at him and

trotted away.

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church in Niederbrechen, Germany, in the Taunus mountains. This is the annual
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MONHAYjUt I. 1957 'x Y ' -, THE f ANAMA AMEB1CAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY. NEWSP APEB , t ',.-; riU ""

Benny Hooper To Have Chance
Hearings On loyalty Program
At Hollywood Fameand Fortune

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the headlines by getting atuck in producer Robert Aldrlch decided
a weU. is getting a chance to wia he might be Just the boy he i was

fortune as

mnvie star.

United Artists cor

LVUftJ J I

bo given a screen test within the signed

naxt ter wecKg xor .me mnuii wn.
role in a movie about a boy's "I

camo.- n ' lask

T""' "" 1 1 1
i SOLE SEARCHING Oblivious to the serious ceremonies In

ftpxogws, Tittle Catherine Keefer takes time out to do tf little

iryrious' cutie was among the graduates 0 the kindergarten v
1 jttoto ot' flu tirf .r ITatim Crhnnl In VnrtT fr NJ. -. I-

Warns FCC Not To Try

Pay As-You-See TV test Yet

i

wit fame as allookina for to play in "The fampe

Hunt" HA sut iu laueu wuu

uMiiiniuiii Dumiv'f narpnti. Mr. and f Mrs

Bnnv will Beniamin Hooper Sr., and -they

a comrcv ui

don't know 'much about it,

mv wile." said Hooper,

nn'nv h. nnt Wn told about truck driver, at the couple's Long

k(o a.. nnlHon nnnnrtnnitv. His Island home.

I11B OT J.WV.U -tf T I

parents don't want him to have
anv false hoDes. They also are

trying to help him-settle down to she and her husband consulted

a nnrmjit ute alter DecomiuK

celebrity by surviving 24 hours In
a backyard well- last May.
It was while' Benny was de-

Sophia Loren Seeks

Swiss Citizenship,
Says Italian Paper

VASHINGTON, July 15 UP)
Rep' Emanuel Celler DNY)
warneJ the' Federal Communica Communication
tion Communication "Com mission today not to
condlct -field trials -of pay-as-you-see
television, without the express

consent ot Longress.
foiloc-. rhnirman of .the

Judiciary Committee, said 1. the
proposed tests contain a "calcu
fated risk" (to fre television
broadcasts.'-- .'
He made the statement id a let letter
ter letter to -FCC Chairman John C.
Doerfer.' The agency, overruling
protests from foes of pay1 TV,, has
ruled it has- legal authority to con conduct
duct conduct such .(rials.' '- -'
Buf Ccller-said that "since the
television spectrum is a limited
nalura resource belonging to all
the people, the interest of the pub pub-lio
lio pub-lio in its exploitation must be
paramount
Celler said "improvident experi experimentation'
mentation' experimentation' with pay-as-you-see
TV would bo80 a serious threat to
the iiresent. national policy ol en
couraging "a nationwide and com
petitive free television service.'

A Rome newspaper said yesterday
Sophia, Loren Is taking out Swiss
citizenship in order .to may
ni,'.. nAnnr ; Carln Pnmi but

.' -Jswiss officials said 4he bosomy
If subscriotion TV proves as ,,, 4i,m .iar mieht have, to

profitable as its advocates pre- it ,2 yearg for' ner wedding.
dictN he' added, existing' stations waThe newspaper II' Giornale
will droo their present ?e? Pf n'ltalia said Miss Loren and
grammtog,, ty jtavor; of higher ponU .hid .appHed lor residence
profits. , ( ' : i. Switierland because Ponti; long
Warning :W FCC not to 'stack t.w"AT- hi. rould not

House, the deck against the -surviva ':l?".n Hivorce in- Italy.

present., commercial television, p,- : ,

f 'Ait.ir ttflm siirn nrr Hii-iumfiiLJtiii g link Ttaiw urAiiin nnr rnrnnuizB

decision- belongs to Congress and .. tnron divorce, the couple

not to a federal, regulatory agen- pnilirf not be married here even

rv.. i" t if Pnnti nhtalnpd a divorce' In

He added limine J5s neci-,s itzerland

trials wt.s stretching its legal

limits, if not, beyond them. Loren had been granted a tem tem-CeUako
CeUako tem-CeUako said t h e proposed residence permit In Men Men-trials
trials Men-trials wen sure to prompt court K h e gne is vacationing
-1 "SfiF aT'eofeVg her, first. HoUy

Ainu ... v t '" a ' ' 1
"waste and delay" ',

"Clanlication py yongress r.nPW-d v everv ix

' JmrTI said they did not

luuio u. Vj lrnow what MiSS lOTens lute"

aesires oi uib ycuti, ,..-. ""'"J'HnB. wor hut4 added
u.. ; U,.(a' tn void tions were out aaueu

Swiss officials in Bern said Miss

v.i.t tirili aim on far in avoid

costlv; time consuming litigation

and possibly corrective legisla legislation.'?..,.
tion.'?..,. legislation.'?..,. ,'. ,

li irOUR.GIIlIilN'TOWN;' I
I t -: "I
f :: f J
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vlt hAonened In Hollywood. .the town where start ar

. torn'. where' happiness, and heartbreak walk hand In
Ihand.V whwa tha gobdthe bad, the lovely, and the lone-
;iy.teU a iittd..i' and wonderful story. See, "FOCR GIRLS
IN TOWN'' Which OPENS ON THURSDAY 1 AT THE tVX,'
' iitai-rini Cleorre Nader; Julie Adams; Marianne CooVElaa'
MartsnellV Ota'Scalar and. Grant Wpfaaiki'Xl:j

"vmt irnvA to he a' resident In

Switzerland for at Jeast '10 to 12
hAfnre anv application for

Swiss Citizenship can be 'consid

ered, let alone approvea.

The 'Swiss Officials also noted

that a foreigner taking up, resi residence
dence residence in Switzerland add retain

ing his former nationality cannot
obtain a divorce Ma Switzerland
if the laws of his country do not

permit divorces.
if ' l' f ', :
Ponti is Italy's foremost pro

ducer. i

The newspaper said neuner
Ponti nor Miss Loren confirmed

its reports.

"NTevprfhelpss pertain facts arc

sufficient to make the information

more than sure," it added.

Worst Flood Since
1954 How Striking

At Central China

TOKYO. July 15 (UP) The

struck Central China, Radio Pei-

ping said today, v; v

The broadcast said .torrential

Mrs. Hooper, reached at her

job as a telephone operator, laid

several persons before agreeing to

let Benny, laue me wsi.
"We wanted to do the right
klr,rf him sha' aald. "Everv-

one told us to go ahead and let

him trv out. we are not going to

J stand in hit way if he has a

chance to ao suraBiuun w
earn money to pay for his
schooling. i
"It is all in "his interest. I'm
not at all excited over it. I don't

think I'd want 'him to do it
permanently, though. Maybe one
time, would be enough. This Is as
far ahead as I care to look right
now."

Mri Hoooer said she has

dropped hints to Benny so he
...nnt ha taken comDletelv by

surprise when, the day comes for

him to Step oeiore vne
"I asked him if he'd like to
hA tnuld CO to

a theater and see himself on the

screen," she said, "au ne sam
was 'Oh, boy.'"

When asked if Benny wouia oe
aid for taking the screen est,
to, Hooper said:",
"He'd better, or he won't do it.
sh ripiined to sav what sum

he would receive.

If Benny makes the grade, ne
will play the film role of a boy
who worships a camp counsellor
who turn out to be deranged.
"This is not just a stunt," a
spokesman for the producer said,
"although the' publicity value -of
having Bennv Hooper in a picture

can't be discounted. If the kid is

imnossible to make an actor of.

there is no deal."

84t la..-., Aa.uUltl City
1090 Kcs. Colon
lephones: S-S06S Panama
t i. 4 AMU 'VH.Ihw r ".i

PRESENTS

rains had swollen rivers and u:oo-3oncsrt Under The Start
flooded farmlands in parts la-no sien Off
Honan, Szeohuan, Shensi and An- "i

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hmal nfAiiinnsi

imvi

mnniit partv ana local omciais

"auickly mobilized the peasants

to drain off surplus .water and
take other -emergency measures
to save the crops.' .-. ...

'The ChincfC Communistic claim
they have done much to minimize
ttiA aafnttiAri mm a?hinfl4ai an

tilt; wi. ovt wiMvu v
nual floods rince they came into

power in l'J43. xsutv destructive
flnnrla last ivtir. vauaed a heaw

drain on relief funds, s .;
1 1 ' "t'K't. j'ff'

Today, Menday,; July li
P.M.
:0U Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (ri-
, queststaken by phone
till 3:00)
6 -30 News
6 What's Your F a v o r i t
(cont'dl

6:00 interlude a
g:la BLUE RIBBON SPORTS M

6:30WRUL Rebroadcast
7:00 Over To You
7:30 VOA Report From UJB.
8:00 Music By Roth
i:30 Proudly We Hail
t tOO You Asked For It (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
- till 7-Sfl

10:30 Cavalcade Of America

f Tiuilia lulu IS

A.M.
6:00 Sign On Alarm Cloct
Club 1 (requests taken
by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Morning Salon Concert
: 15 Church In The WUdwood
1:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News
: 15 Sacred Heart
a-n-km T Con Tt

10:00 JENNITEK'S JOU RN AU

v (uutex ana uowoboi -10:05
aphis and Needles (tt-
-rr quests taken by phone
, tiiit:S0)"-
11:00 News
11:05 Spins and Needle
- (cont'd) -11:30
Meet The Entertainer
l2:O0-yMews :rJ i
TM. N
1J:05 Lunch time Melodies
12:30 Musical Travelog -1:00
News
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
l:45-rorward March -'
S:0u-Tex Beneke Show
3:15 Freddy Martin Shoe; V
3:30 Songa From The Shows
3:00 Hank snow And His Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow Ranch Boys ..
3:15 Sammy Kako Show ;
3:30 Mutle For Monday.
4:00 Feature Review ..
4:30 What's Your Favorite
' (r eq u ests taken by
r. phone till 3:00) -v ,. v.
1:38 News m .'
1:35 What's tour Favorite
"(cont'dl. v;.: -nv J I
6 :00 Interlude ; , V j

:15 BLUX RIBBON SPORTS
, RIVJJCW (Pabst Been
1:30 On stage America
': (WSUX.I f ;
to iitiwiude For MusJo
7:1 HOW CHRISTIAN SCX
ENCI HXAL8
1:30-VOA Report From 0 J.
im-worw Of Jan
:30-Ufe With The Lyons
f: 00 Ton Asked For It re re-.
. re-. qnestg taken by phone
-' tiU 7:S0 :i -. '!
IO:30-Musle From Hotel CI ran
ama 1 i
10:4S Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Concert Under The' Start
12:00 Sign OfL .",

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1y V
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MrtT Or DB1UIT DAVC Urkl.inn i ..kUn fln f fioiKd nl

- 1 wearing clothespirts on their noses, Chuck Dunker, left, and
- I Eddie Taylor take a closeup look at their new pets. The 11-

I year-oias louna ine eiKnt uaey snuns on ine lurm, upeiaieu

WASHINGTON, July 15 (UP)
Chairman .Torn,, Muray predicted
yesterday that .the House Civil
Service Committee will act this
aesNinn on legislation to "meet

the issues'' raised by a 'Supreme

ouit decision limiting ine ieaer ieaer-al
al ieaer-al employe security program.
Tha Tpnnpuspo Demnrrat made

the statement to a reporter in dis

cussing committee pians to opeu
hoarinffs Tuesday on the new loy

alty program proposed last month

by the commission on uovern uovern-ment
ment uovern-ment Security headed by Loyd
Wright.
The committee was not expec expected
ted expected to act on the Wright plan this
session. One well-informed source
said it was doubtful the group
could even complete its hearings
on the proposal before Congress
aljourns for the year. X:
Muray said, however', that he
believed the group would act on a
shorter-range measure introduced
after the Supreme Court held last
vaip that th rurrnnt apptiritv

program did not apply to govern

ment worxers in non-seusiuve
Jobs.
The 6-to-3 decision was handed
down In- the case of Kendrick M.
Cole,- one-time New York 'ederal
food and drug inspector. He was
firort -in TflSA nn thp haia nf -p1! ur

ges that he associated with per-
tit 1. I. .. .. J i L -1

sons ; renaoiy reporiea to ue com communists."
munists." communists." The high court said President
Eisenhower exceeded authority
granted him by Congress in set setting
ting setting up the loyalty-security pro program
gram program in 1953. It held that a fed-

eral employe may be fired on se-

cujrity grounus oiuy u u iiwtus

eusitive joa. i t
Thv Knurf'm HTirB.'Man minnrltv I

protested that, the decision frus-.
trated "the clear purpose of Con :
gress" regardless of the language
of the law under which Eiseahow?
er acted. .

Chairman Francis E. Waller -'

m.Pnl nt thi Hmiap Hnmmiilne :i

on Un-American Activities now is
pushing a bill to extend the pres-

enf security program to au iea-- ;
eral workers. Attorney General; f
Uoit,aT4. nrniiinall Tl BltA thA P.ivil t I

Service Commission backed simi-j' r

iar legislation last year.. . t .

- 1
Tha. 12.mpmVpr Wrieht ftomfnls-"' if

ilnn pnllpri fnr a far mnrn 'a ween-

ing overhaul of the security- sys- i
tem. Calling the present program

a noage-poage, it proposeu an. ..
independent agency to conduct- v

federal loyalty neanngs.- Eiacn
agency now conducts its own so.' t
curity reviews. i

2 Luxemburg Radio
Announcers Killed
Tailing Bike Race
RIPOLL, Spain, July 15 (UP)
Two Luxemburg radio announcers
were killed yesterday when the
motorcycle they were riding fail failed
ed failed to make a sharp turn on the
road from Barcelona.
Thev were followinf the Tour da

France bicycle race. 1

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To Climb Near Loop Lead

By JOHN GRIFFIN
S NEW YORK, July 15 (UP)-Maybe it's about
time somebody took those : cocky Philadelphia PM PM-lies
lies PM-lies seriously as pennant threats, because he Whiz
Kids" in the candy-striped suits are the hottest team
in the National League and knocking on the doc doc-first
first doc-first place.

'Si-Mil at as 80-1 shots before second game. Believer Bud Free Free-.
. Free-. aneerea ai ou ,. ,,, th nnener when the

?!,
-S.i.,,r- !., half,
same behind the league-ieading bt.
Louis Cardinals, whom they wal walloped
loped walloped in both ends of a Sunday
t.,7... Kill G'J 11-4
-w k l nimnc nnui .in uui a i
And, thpv can take over first;
plae ionignt by beaUng the Cards
iust twice more behind rookie whiz
Jack.Saniord (11-2).
; The Sundav sweep behind come
oi." nitiipVe f.urt Simmons and
Jim Hearu was the PhilUes' fourth
cmopn nf the season!
'j viom in wins in me
frA""-.: : struct the
i..t 19 uamps Bv contrast.
r.lnU sr 0-3. the uooeers o-t.
, O (1 A
the Braves 5-7 and the Redlegs 4-8
in the last dozen battles.
The Phils treated two Card hur hur-ling
ling hur-ling stars roughly. In the opener,
they,, handed 18-year-old Von Mc Mc-Daniel
Daniel Mc-Daniel the first, whipping of his big
- tt i.,.. .nine inH
in the nignlcap ihey shs'led out
10-gajue winner Larry Jat) ion in
less than three shelled out 10-game
winner Larr Jackson in less than
three frames.
Rip Ropulski's three-run hom homer
er homer in tho first inning end Sim Simmons'
mons' Simmons' two-run double in tho
iourth were tho big jolts to bon-
baby MeDaniol. In the night night-SJep,
SJep, night-SJep, the Phils broke a 3-3 tie
: iMrith a four-run burst in the third
and Hoafh breezed to
Jftctory despite allowing 11 hits.
Cd Bouchee homered in each
'ganie for the Phils.
The Cards' double loss tighten tightened
ed tightened the whole N.L. pennant chase.
Gil' Hodges' two-run, ninth-inning
homer gave Brooklyn a 3-2 win pv pv-i
i pv-i r;iwai!kff moving Brooklyn
2Vi games of the top as Milwau-
Kee eogea to wiuiin
snnti mAvpri within ZVx as it end
losina streak by
blasting Pittstmrgh twice, 9-6, 12-4.
Mlhe other n J-, game, uio
it thp rubs. 8: in 12 innings.
fhe New York Yankees retain-
their three game American
Tuani. 1H uhpn thev rallied tor
six runs in the ninth inning four
on1 a grand-slam homer by Bill
sknwron and one on a homer by
Tommy Byrne to beat the second-place
Chicago White Sox, 6-4,
in Sh.. tppnnri came of a twin bill
after lefty Billy Pierce of the Sox
beit them, 3-1, in tne opener,
i Vln other A. L. games, the Cleve
lo.i Indians moved within a hall-
came of third-place Boston by beat
. . r a 1 flO o n 1 7
ing tne aox iwice, o- -T
tho nptrnit TiBers swept the Bal-
Htiraore Orioles, 10-2 and 7-6 in 10
innings; and Kansas City beat
Washington, jj-j, ui iueu
game aite. the Senators took the
-""Dodger killer" Bob Buhl had
hu) fourth stsaight win over the
Brooks wrapped up until he walked-
Giuo Cimoli to open the ninth
, and. then served a nome:ruu im.
V to; Hodges. Red Schoenciensi nao
Aomereo ior me di
, and Andy Pafko had doubled home
the lead run in the top of the
ninth
J 'he Redlegs broke out of their
rap with 33 hits, good for 51
bases, in crushing Pittsburgh
twjee. Ted KluSzewski topped the
slugging with two homers in the
I Showing At Your Service
DIABLO HTS 7:0
Maria English
John Bromfield
THREE BAD SISTERS"
.Toes "Our Miss Brooks"

!-ffTOffAf Dean Martin Eva Bartok
lAirSSioned 'TEN THOUSAND BEDROOMS
AliiX) Tuesday "DEATH OF A SCOUNDREL
U BALBOA Air Conditioned 6.15 8:30

tsa arrar sonra
IDD-.mSlORN
HOY ON A
DOLPHIN
Tvesday "CRIME
FAR ISO $:IS" t:M
Humphrey Bogart
The Left Hand of Cod
CAMP BIEBJ)
l:li 8:15
CAPITOLIO
J5C
I c i m t o r
r a v n
THE WILD
rim

BediegV "e. behind ith

six runs in the sevemn joe nu-
1A V
hall scattered 10 hits to take tne
second.
Whitiy Lockman's two run
homtr with two out in the ninth
saved tho Gitnt from a 6-4 loss
and then Willie Mays' two-run
homer in the 12th won if for
them. Marv Grissom's five shut shut-out
out shut-out innings earned him a relief
win.
nerce iive-mi.
ho fanned seven Yankees, was
his 13th, tops in the majors, ine
snv hpfit iBobbv Shantz with two
tio-breaking runs in the sixth in inning.
ning. inning. In the nightcap, Dick Do Donovan
novan Donovan had the Yankees shut out
until thev exploded in the ninth
but the loss was charged to Jim
Wilson, who was tagged for Skow Skow-ron's
ron's Skow-ron's and Byrne's homers on suc successive
cessive successive pitches.
Ted Williams homered in each
for the Boston Red Sox, giv
ing him 25 and the A. L. lead by
one homer over Mickey Mantle.
But the Indians beat Boston in the
first game by scoring two runs
in the ninth inning with, the help
nf Nnrm Zauchin's throwing error.
And tho Tribe bagged 20 hits to
win the nightcap behind r o o k i e
Stan Pitula.
Billy Hoeft slammed two homers
and a single to leaa ms own xit
hit nnnnrt in the Tieers' first-
game win. Red Wilson singled
home the winning run in the night nightcap
cap nightcap with two out in the 10th after
Jim urideweser s inrowin errur
kept the inning alive.
The Senators won their opener
with three runs in the fifth inning,
The A'a took the second with six
17-hit fttaTk 'WilP fw mer.-H
KC' Hector Looez hit sately in
hnth eames to run his streak to 21
ctnsecutive games only four short
of the Athletics' record 01 zo set
in 1925.
Posts Land Another
Big Sailfish On Eve
Of Fishing Tourney
Mrs. H. W. Post boated a 150
pound sailfish while iishlne;
on the Q-95 a few days ago.
This feat was accomplished
lust before the opening of the
Panama Rod and Reel Club
Tournament today.
I,ast vear Lt. Col. Post cauirnt
m -nunj sail lust a
sail lust a iew
days fore the 1956 tourna
ment started, which was won
by a 144 lb. catch.
The Posts have decided that
they will have to exercise more
care in arranglnt; their fish fishing
ing fishing tripa or appeal to the tour tournament
nament tournament committee to change
the dates on their schedules.
Center Theatres Tonight
MARGARITA 6:15
8:05
Paul Newman
Walter Pidgeon
THE RACK"
Tues. "Far Horizons"
OF PASSION
SANTA CRCZ 8:15
"BRIMSTONE" and
7:58
"FLAME"
Grerory Peck
MOBY DICK"
TIVOLI

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CECILIA;
Marrelotts Double features!
Henry Fonda In
THE WRONG MAN 4
- Also:
Kirk Doviias 4n
LOTS AFFAIR
. with Susan Haywmrd

I5c Uc
BpanUh Program!
MARCTLTNO. PAN
T VIXO
- Also:
LA LOCTRA DEL ;
ROCK "N BOLL

lAajor League
Leaders
.IaDINO BATTl?R$
( Bted en 30 officiel at bats)
National League
Player end C. C ABRH Pet.

Aaron. Mil. 84 357 67 124 ,347
Musial. St. L. 81 321 51 110 .343
Fondy, Pitts. 73 299-35 99 .331
Groat, Pitts. 57 Z3Z zt
-Moryn, Chicago 78 281 40 89 ,317
Cimoli, Bk'n 71 278 47 87 .313
Crowt, Cinci. 73 279 46 87 312
Robinson. Cincl. 80 325 58 101 .311
Hodges, Bk'n 76 293 40 fll .311
Mays, N. Y. 81 305 58 93 .305
American League
Mantle. N. Y. 82 271 78
99 .365
Williams, Bos
77 262 62
76 289 44
94 ,359
Skowron. N. Y.
Fox, Chicago
Boyd, Bait.
Lopez, K. C. :
Minoso, Chi.
Malzonc Bos.
Lemon, Wash.
McDougald.N.Y.
96 .332
83 322 54 105 J26
80 264 47 86 .326
60 203 32 65 .320
83 321 48 102 .318
83 338 39 106 .314
83 316 37 98 .310
77 296 53 91 .307
HOME RUNS
National League
Aaron, Braves
Musial, Cards
Crowe, Redlegs
Mathews, Braves
Snider, Dodgers
American League
Williams, Red Sox
Mantle Yanks
Sievers, Senators
Maxwell, Tigers
Colavito, Indians
28
21
18
18
18
25
24
20
18
17
RUNS BATTED IN
National League
Aaron, Br&ves
Musial Cards
Crowe, Redlegs
Hosk, Redlegs
Ennis, Cards
75
69
58
55
53
American League.'
Skowron, Yanks
Sievers, Senators
Mantle, Yanks
Wertz, Indians
Minoso, White Sox
64
60
60
PITCHING
Wl Pet,
(Based on t decisions)
Schmidt, Cards
i
7
.875
Sanford, Phu
Bunning, Tigers
Shantz, Yanks
Trucks, Athletics
Mossi, Indianr
11
11
9
7-
7
.846
.846
.818
.778
.778
Two Drivers Die
In Accidents In
Rheims Aulo Race
RHEIMS, France, July 15 (UP)
Two race car drivers, one of
them an American, were killed
yesterday in spectacular accidents
on the Rheims track.
MacKay Frazer, an American
who has spent much of nis life
in Brazil and Italy, died of head
injuries when his Lotus racer
streaked off the track ,at an "S"
curve. He was thrown out of the
car. His helmet flew off and he
struck the ground head first.
Officials said his wife and child
were living in Italy.
The other driver,' Phil White-
house of Britain, cracked up when
his car blew a tire at high speed
going into a turn.
The car hurtled Into a field and
the gas tank exploded, setting fire
to a bay stack. The crazily crazily-spinnine
spinnine crazily-spinnine car threw Whitehouse
through a sheet of burning gaso
line and be slammed into a rock.
A helicopter picked up White-
nouse ana new mm 10 Maison Maison-Blanche
Blanche Maison-Blanche Hospital in Rheims,
where he died.
Both accidents occured during
a "second category" of three
races for various sized ears at
the Rheims track. The 37-lap race
was won by Maurice Trintignant
of France in a Ferrari.
FfJOc. TODAY Sic."
DRIVE-IN
- LAST DAY! Z
'7th CAVALRY"
THUNDERING SAGA OF THE!
MIOHTY TTH
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PHOTO riISH Gonetlno (3) famejly hangs, on to withstand Scintillation's (2) challenge In
the homestretch, in yesterday's co-featured -First Anniversary Handicap Gonetlno scored by,
an eyelash in the one mile event.. Chilean saddle ace Fernando Alvarez rode Gonetlno while
Braulio Baeza had the leg up on Scintillation.' Alvarez also won the other main event when
Germanb romped in the rrance-Amerique Handicap in
Gonetiho, Germdnio Triumph
In July 14 Handicap Races

Belgian Team

Sports Car Endurance Race

RHEIMS. France. July 15 (UP)
Olivier Genebrien and Paul Fre-
re of Belgium won the 12 hours
sports car race of Rheims yester
day anving a z,sd-u rerran
Granl Turismo.
The race was dull. Twelve of
the 45 cars starting dropped out,
But fortunately there were no ac accidents.
cidents. accidents.
The weather remained clear but
chilling during the night, and the
sun shone bright m tne morning
A crowd of 10,000 watched the
midnight start but was increased
in the afternoon to 50,000 for the
two speed races, which followed
the sports car endurance run.
Frere set a new record for the
sports car event by covering the
1.301 kilometers in a minutes 41.4
seconds at am average speed of
185.169 kilometers per hour.
The winners covered 2.008.908 ki
lometers (1,247.5245 miles) at an
average speed of 167,409 km per
hour (108.202 miles per hours) dur
ing the lz-hour race.
Second in the race were the A-
merican-Germao team of JhitHi'l
of Santa Momca, .California; 'ad
By BEANS REARDON
Written for NEA Service
t
Question; A relief pitcher is
brought in with the score tied and
one ou'.. He is knocked around for
two ru'.s before getting the side
out. Hn team then scores a runs.
In the next inning, a new pitcher
is brought in and he finished the
last three innings without giving
ud a ran Do you still have to give
credit for the victory to the first
rettef pitcher? Arthur Matuson
Answer: No. In determining tho
winning pitehsr in a case such as
this, vou do not. give credit to a
relief hurlor who appears brief
Iv ind Ineffectively, oven If his
team acts the load. In this case.
tho second relief pitchur gets the
victory.
Q. The runner on first base starts
for second. The catcher cocks his
arm to throw and bumps into the
nlat nmnire. The runner. Bets to
recond case saieiy. i una legair
- r m 1 1 ? 1 A
Nort Pcddis.
, A. No. h must return to first
base. The ball was doad when tho
catcher and umpire became nixed
up.
Q. Who decides whether a game
t nlivail nr oalliul whn
BllWUtu ire v.
the field is wet and in questionable
A. Tho manager or inm nom
teem.
rt what l th rill nn 'a relief
pitcher, entering the game -does
he have to pucn one oau or must
he dispose oi tne oaner ne is lac-
ing? jay arsnau.
A. Ho must diopooo or mo saner
Today Encanto 35, 20
SPANISH DOUBLE!
' Libertad Lam arque In
"BAMBALINAS"
Luchp Gatlca in
"QUE SEAS FEIT v
Today IDEAL .25 .15
BUI Haley sRlcaxdito In ;
rDon't Knock The Rock"
James Darren in
KiM On The Dorks"
VICTORIA
tie.-- 15c
GUN FOB A --
COWARD ;
. Also:
WRITTEN ON THE
WIND

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Wins Rheims
Wolfgang Seidl of Germany
also
in a Ferrari.
Third was the Italian team of
Bruno Madero and Gino Munarone
of Italy in a Ferrari.
The two Mercedes cars in the
race dropped out with mechanical
trouble. The one driven by' Claude
Le Guezec dropped out because
of piston trouble only two hours
before the end when it was in
fifth place.
The other Mercedes, driven by
(jarios Menaiteguy ot Argentina,
gave up during the last hour with
mechanical troubles.
. HiU and SeUd covered 1,983.747
kilometers (1,232.64 miles) at an
average speed of 165.312 kilome
ters (102.489 miles) per hour.
The third team of Madero and
Munarone- covered 1,937.122 kms
(1,201.061 miles) at an average
speed of 461.426 kms (100.084
miles) per hour.
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COME ON. SOMETHING!-
Following their choices through
binoculars, these veenfortabiy veenfortabiy-clad
clad veenfortabiy-clad youngsters Brian Cram,
3, and, brother Dereck, 6 care care-tully
tully care-tully check the running from
behind a wire fence outside the
famous Ascot Race Course in
England. :
Field & Stream
By A. J. McCLANE
'. Fishing Editor ;
WE are back, in our summer
house which is partially built ov over
er over the stream.
It was a surprise to find that
the 40-odd trout we fed tamo.
scraps in the pool below our din
inc room had multiplied 'through
out the winter to nearly twice
that number. Among the newcom
ers we have acquired a coal black
fish of 10 inches in length which
is bund as a bat
A blind trout turns black. If
he is sightless in one eye that
side is black and the seeing sioe
remains norm ally colored.
The reason Is that a fish's nerv nervous
ous nervous system responds to light in
tensity and surrounding '-color.
Place a white bottomed flounder
over a checkerboard and within
forty eight hours bis skin ill
have a square pattern clear e-
noush to play a same on.
My daughter vcalls our' blind
trout Freddie. He swims as ex
pertly as his brothers because of
the built-in radar that fish wear
ia their lateral line. Freddie lit literally
erally literally feels his way around oo-
jects.
But be has trouble finding food.
Susan tossed aandsful of cheese
at Freddie and he couldn't find
one niece.
The other : trout 'gobbled the

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Chilean jockey Fernando -Alva
rez guided Gonetinrf and Germs-
nio to victories in tne co-featurea
First Anniversary, and France-A
merique Handicaps yesterday, aft-!
ernoonj at ., the President Remoa
racetrack before a v large crowd
Boat racing and water skuntc on
tne tracK's centenieia laxe were
added attractions.
The First, Anniversary Handicap
was run in commemmoration v of
the first anniversary since the o-.
nemng of the modern miUU-mu
lion racing plantv Gonetino sped
to a post-to-post victory in tne one
mile event although' he barely last lasted
ed lasted to hold off Scintillation in a
photo. N
uonctino s time ior tne . mue
was- 1:39 lf5. He returned 8.40
as a heavily backed third, choice.
Scintillation was second choice
while Melendei, the big favorite,
disappointed. Surumeno, the, only
other starter in tne race, was nev-i
er a factor.
Germanio raced roughshod over
a field oi mira series imponea
racers in the seven furlong t rance rance-Ampriaue
Ampriaue rance-Ampriaue Hkndican which Was
run .in honor ot r ranee s nation
al holiday--Bastille Day.
The odds on mutueis cnoice,
Germania displayed vast superior
ity to score by nine lengtns over
Pavinetto wn in wouna up
thircVNekt came Dawn Song,fEl
L-a mrA iiA ItDTilAiiei Tftriv ,'L, -' LV
Alvarei lilsw won- aboard Hefl6ol
to be the dayis 'leading jockey.
Braulio Baeza and rapidly improv
ing apprentice rider Sandino Her
nandez were Tunnerup wiin iwq
wins apice.
Soberano, whicn was secona to
Henco in a race in which the lat
ter was excluded trom Detting,
returned the afternoons best
straight odds S22 per win aucat.
The dividends:
FIRST RACE
1 Coronation Day $10.40, $4
2 Soft Note $3.80
SECOND RACE
I Dianalicis $7.20, $3.60
2 Curale $4.40
First Double: $63
THIRD RACE
1 Toxic $7.80, $3.20
2 Fru Fru $2.80
One-Two: $l4.n
FOURTH RACE
I ; Henco (Excluded from bet-
tingV .
2 Soberano $zz,
3 Linda Susy $3.80
, Quinioia:
- FIFTH RACE
1 HosUgador $11.40, $4.60
2 Claruchs $360
SIXTH RACi
1 Febrero II $11.60, $4.20
2 Pictida $5.80 ;
, Second Double: $70.40 1
" SEVENTH RACE
1-T YosikitO $9.60, $2.80
2 Tapara $2.60
2 J- Tanara $2.60
Quinioia:
EIGHTH RACE
1 Germanio $3.20, $2.40
2 Pavinetto $2.80
- One-Two: .w v
, NINTH RACE, ?
1 TGonetino $8.40, $4.
t Scintillation $4.20
French Bike Rider
Win. 16th Lap
Of Tour De France
l AIX-LES THERMESj France,
J11W is (tip) Jean Bouries,
France west, won the 16th lap of
the Tour de France from Barcelo
na to Aix-Les-Thermes yeneruay.
Marrcl Oueheille. France south
west, was second, arriving four!
minutes and five seconds after'
the winner. .1'
Bouries pedalled the 220 kilo kilometers
meters kilometers in six hours 13:34. ,- Que Que-heille's"
heille's" Que-heille's" time wss 6:17 .37.
Arrigo Padovan of Italy. wss
third in 6:22.53.
Joseph Plackaert, Belgium, was
fouth in 8:25.41. and Mario Ber Ber-tolo
tolo Ber-tolo of Norri-Est -Centre was fifth
in :25J9. ' :'
Cheddar quick as it bit the water.
They butted Freddie out of the
way and sent him running up into
the shallows. m
With four-year-old logic, Susan
decided that what Freddie needed
was a bo 1 of meat balls, and
spaghetti. This might turn the
stomach of a purist but she
dumped the pasta oa top of 'the
poor trout, and those highly sen sensitive
sitive sensitive olfactory nerves rang the
warning bozxer in his engine room.
Freddie had no trouble Locating
the garlic flavored food. He slurp slurped
ed slurped strands of No. t like-a balf balf-surved
surved balf-surved Roman. . "

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Teams
w
L. Pet.
GB
St. Louis ;
Philadelphia 1
Mailwaukee
Brooklyn
47
,47
4T
44
46
38
30
27
34 .580
35 .573
;.ai.,.
1
ZVi
36
36
38
44
54
49
.566
.550
.548
Cincinnati ;
New Yorkv
.463
Pittsburgh".'
.356- I8VS1
.355 17V4
Chicago
" sf Today's Games''
' Milwaukee at Brooklyn (N)-Cfcicago-at
New-York, 4 ? t
St.-Louis at Philadelphia (N)
Only games scheduled.
' Yesterday's Results
(First Game)
St. Loilis 012 000 010 4.11 2
Philadelphia 124 101 llx 11 12 2
Jackson (0-5) Wehmeier, : Mer
ritt, R. Miller and Landritlu
Hearn (4-1) and Lonnett, ;
(Second Game)
St. Louis 000 02ff 0002 10 1
Philadelphia -i 300 W OOx-6. 7 0
V. MeDaniol (4-- 1), Merritt,
Schmidt and'H. Smith.
Simmons (9-4) and Lonnett,
Milwaukee 100 000 001 2 7 0
Brnnklvn 100 000 0023 6 2
.Buhl (9-6-- and Sawatski,; RICE.
Maglic Potlres (7-3) and .Cam
panefia.
(First Game)
cininnot; mn nn find 9 14 (
Pittsburgh 000 051 000 6 lz r 3
Fowler Gross, Acker, Freeman
(6-11), Law and Rand. v
: (Second Game)
Cincinnati 510 201 00312 19 0
Pittsburgh 000 010 003 4 10 1
Nuxhall (3-6) and Burgess.
Trimble (0 2) Face Swanson, O'
Bnen and Rand.
Chicago 000 400 200 0006 11 0
New York 200 200 ooz wt u 1
Hillman, Kaiser, Lown,. Brosnan
(1-3) and Neeman. Silvera',; Fan Fanning.
ning. Fanning. .".
Crone, McCprmick, Worthingtpn,
Grissom (2-2) and Thomas, Wes Wes-trum,
trum, Wes-trum, Kattt
BEAU-CONE FISHIN' WAi
y and a, stream quickly getv
together when summer- rolls:,
around. S'. Billy;" Benners, Jr'
tries his luck on calm Scott.
Creek, hard by New BernN.C;

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Explosive Tony Perkins makes an exciting- event Ur Urine;
ine; Urine; the real life stnry of Jimmy PieniaJL ttatebaH aiar.
"fear Strikes out opens on Thursday is at the
CENTRAL. .... -

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'AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams
W LPct.Gi
54 28 ,.659
51 31 .622 S
New York
Chicago
Boston
44 40' 524 11
Cleveland
43 40 -.18
42 41 .506
39 43 .476
3150 '.383
27 58 '3i8
11
Detroit
Baltimore
Kansas City
22Vi
28Vt
Washington
. Today's Game
' Washington at Kansas City
Only game scheduled.
. v.,r .-v.-, v V
Yesterday's Results
, (First Game),
Baltimore 010 100 000 2 7 X
Detroit 210 210 0410 17 1
Brown (2-5), Cecarrelli Wight
and Tmndos.
Hoeft (2-4) and Wllsph.
1 .
(Second Gatrto)'Y;
Baltimore 113 000 001-6 J4 1
Detroit 300-000 20l-17. 14 1
Loes.-Zuverink (8-5), and Gins Ginsberg,
berg, Ginsberg, Tnandos.
Lee, Maas, Byrd, Sleater (3-2)
and Wilson.
(First Game) :
Washington 100 030'08flsr4 7 0
Kansas City 000 010 0001 8 0
Pascuel (6-iO) and iBarberet.
Garvcr (4-8), Urban, Kellner and
Smith. ,-' '.- '
'.- (Second Game)
Washington 000 020 001 3 8 0
Kansas City 002 026 Olx 11 17 1
Ramoa (6-7 ), Clevenger, . Haise
and Courtney.
Gorman (2 2), Morgan and
Thompson,
(First Game)
New York 000 100 0001 5 1
Chicago 001 002 OOx 3 11 0
Shantz, (9-2), Ditmar and Berra.
Pierce (13-6) and Moss.
'. (Second Game)
New York 000 000 006 8 12 2
Chicago 102 010 0004 8 1
Ford, Byrne (3-3) and Berra.
Donovan, Wjjson (9-6), Derring Derring-toh
toh Derring-toh and Moss.
V,
(First Game)
Boston .. 101 000 2004
Cleveland .100 000 0023
Nixon (6-5) and Daley.
Lemon (6-8) and Brown,
(Second Game)
Boston 101 000 200 rrrr4
Cleveland 013 022 09x 17 20 2'
. Sisler (7-5), Minarcin Susce,
Stone and White.
Pitula (2-1) and Nixon..
':H--r-f- ;
Moss Says Fangio
Greatest Driver
Of All Time
'LONDON, July 15 (UP Brit British
ish British auto racing ace 'Stirling Moss
yesterday saluted Argentin's Juan
Fancio as "the greatest driver of
all time." v 7
: Moss, in a "portrait, gallery
article on Fangio in the London
C,,nv Timoct oaiH .. i.' V. ' f'
"He, is for me the greatest driv driver
er driver of aU time greater even than
Caracciola or Nuvolari in their
prime."
Moss,, expected to don Fahgio's
world champ mantle when the
South American calls it a day.
said: "He it the national, hero, ot
Argentina. .yet he is modest, and
withdrawn."
He said "However fast anyone
else goes, Fancio always seems ;
to go that little bit faster, v. it ii
difficult to fault his driving. He
is forceful but clean, light on the
car, absolutely, cool and still right
at ton of his form." -' v

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MONDAY, JUL 15, 1957
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JOE WILLIAMS

Jimnir (Bw-Tie) Bfonwn, who w brought in to heat np
tho nonmonopolUtie heaTyweifht firht InTOlrinr champion
Fiord Patterton and Hnrricana Jackson, hasn't exactly- -teen

orerrun and trampled by scribes with hot typewriters.'

; .This'u.-IM renecuon upon Mr. eronson's Aouity to cnarm

tho press or peddle a fistic product, :lt so, happens, this product

1 isn't particularly, enchanting. Altec Wi, thp iast -vmev Wes two
guysjnet lt:was no cmaUtK

By HARRY GRAYSON,

V NEW YORK (NEA The con consensus
sensus consensus of tennis oeoDle is Wat the

$125,000 guaranteed Lew Hoad will

do little more man supply new
plasma to professional tournaments

and tours. .',.. . ,.

Thevr can't see the ; WimDiedon

champion's defection to the pros
altering the Davis Gup situation,
which means1 another romp for the
Australians In., the- Challenge

Round Jate next December. And

they don't expect him to, do much

winniug a pro... t
4 'Let's sav that the better play

in?, nroi will stretch Hoad:' .says

Frank: Sedeman.. fellow Austral'

in. xDcakins: for, the entire group.

Sedgmao was the big amateur for

two years neiore joining me mon

v ranks in January oi vim.

"Ken Rosewall beat Hoad three

or four times before coming over

with us -last January;' he points

ouf. "Pancno 'Segura oest- itose itose-wall
wall itose-wall on the tour when Pancho

Gonzales didn't. Segura is fresh

from beating Rosewall quite eas-

ay in aouin America.

'Head has a 1 eood "attack. but

tiis defensive same does not matcn

that of Gonzales. Gonzales', big

serve is much more consistent. His

ground same is vastly Superior.

He'll beat v Hoad with backhand

and forehand i passing snots i ana

his .nerrushing ame.

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Not only that, but one of the contestants w. The Hurricane

... hat been turned out On farm 85 miles from Broadway, and
In, view of the fact that a number of the pugilistic undltry would
not valk across the street to see The Hurricane, except in the
Interest of professional duty, Mr. Bronson has had difficulty, or

ganizing journalistic safaris to tne oistant training camp.

But even worse is the competitive publicity emanating from

tn Northwest wnere jacK Hurley is Heating up anotner neavy
weight fight involving the same Patterson and one Pete Rade

macherr an Olympic amateur, who thus will be trying to win

tne cnampionsnip in rus very iirst ngnt as a pro

The wire servlcea have been responsive to the sdngulUr" asr

pecUOf the Hurley promotion ... Patterson Is guaranteed $250, $250,-000
000 $250,-000 by a, "group of wealthy Georgia peanut farmers," otherwise
unidentified ..: and, nationally, the publicity Is running far a a-head
head a-head of tho. New York show. J

Why Georgia. Peanut tycoons would want to Invest a quarter

million dollars. In a fight to be held' several thousand miles away
from their -homo state mystifies us, too. However, Mr., Hurley
swears they've already come through with the money, and it is
now in a local bank. y, :i.;Y Yil '.': Y::-:.
IncldentaUy, Mr. Hurley" was 'hand-picked -by Cus D'Amato
to promcte Patterson In the West, Just as Emil Lence, the Tex
Rickard of the garment center, was assigned similar rights In
the East. Mr. D'Amato Is Patterson's manager. As far as we
know he has done nothing to discourage Mr. Hurley's headline
activities, which for the time being, at least, have all but blacked

out the Lence promotion.

Predict Early K.Q.

On the contrary, Mr. P'Amato has lent a. helping hand. "It's
a unique, fantastic idea," he enthused.. Naturally, he is going
through with the Seattle match. His reaction to condemnation
by various boxing commissioners to whom such a pairing Is rl-

ucu;cu.y lrresponsiDie ana a mocxery, u a weu moauiated out
most emphakic snort.'.. -"s. .-.

Wo are inclined to go along with Mr. D'Amato. Why should

Mr. Hurley 'a choice be aiscriminated against simpiy because he
la aft"emateur?-lf ,Mr. D'Amato were to insists implacably on

professional standards ha never would get any fights for his
mar. As a matter of fact,' Mr. D'Amato's man Is not too far re

moved from amateurism himself, our recollection is. that be
still leaps off his feet to toss right-hand leads. v
- As for The Hurricane, he b a pro only by courtesy of ex extensive
tensive extensive errlee. tin. technique he is not even an amateur. "Ee "Ee-eentric"
eentric" "Ee-eentric" and unorthodox' are the paens most eommonlv in inspired
spired inspired by his performances. He is known as The Animal in
tribatt it his punch-repellent hide. His assets are purely phy

sical; they have nothing to. do with craftsmanship yet, to his

credit, there are few gamer, or wore wining. j i
KeloubfheH last more than- five or six rounds with Pat Patterson
terson Patterson when they meet again July 29. Patterson was" staggering
him as early as the seconl round In their first fight. Three dif different
ferent different times Patterson missed the K-O. by waiting too long to

launch c. sustained attack ... and how can anyone expect. im

provement In a fighter who regards- a double uppercut as a val

: Id boxing weapon? And at last report The Hurricane was work

uig on a triple right cross, ao less.
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All the same, the fellow does have a certain turnstile tjuau
ity. For the want of an even more weary term, call it color, fie

. would appear to have a greater capacity for amusing people
than thrilllna them. In an case, he catches their interest.

. Last June. 11,255 paid $66,038 to see him and Patterson mix

' It for 12 rounds. It was the biggest Ms Olson square Garden gate

i In wo-aad-a-half years.. And. we suspeet, The Hurricane "put

as many in there as Patterson. --
- Mr. Bronson, who is not one to eompromise principle for ex-
edieney, conteads Jackson Is a better fighter than is generally
i buved..He's not a freak; He does have a freakish style bat
t hat an integral part of his fighting equipment and, be, Puts
tt to very good use. ---"-.

TTs is particularly true against a dook iignw wuose i i-lectiveness
lectiveness i-lectiveness is the merged product of balance, timing and coor coordination
dination coordination ... In abort, a Fhtterson Jackson becomes an unbear unbearable
able unbearable niLsance to this type of fighter. They don't know what
hen dc next And, of course, that's easy to explain. He doesn't

snow, either."

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FAIR-HAIRED BOY -Von McDaniel gets pat on the back from the old St. Louis pros, Del
Ennu, left, and SUn MusiaL The 18-year-old came out of Hollis, Okla, High to join his
brother, Lindy and win, .four straight games for the Cardinals. A - ;

Why Bather To Train A Horse?

Just Use Barometers And Lose

"Hoad. is too erratic to stick out
as a pro. Lew hits a Winde-ful
tempo at times, such as when he

lost- only five games to Ashley
Cooper in the 'All-England final.
The trouble is that he will turn

right around and- lose, to a player

be should Deal piaying len-nsm
ed." '
Another fault is Hoad's temper

ament As an, amateur, he. some

times threw away ; games wnen
thines were going against him.

Then there Is the question of dur

ability He suffered from oacx ana
elbow .trouble as recently as-last
January.

Hoad sets a definite break in

starting against tho. money play

ers on the grass center court at

Forest Hills in the Round Robin,

ending July 21, and in a similar
tournament in Los Angeles, July
27-Aug. 4. .There will -oe further

preparation i European, Far
Eastern and South African fours

itirtinr Aue.;27: ...- i

That should make Hoad as fit as

he ever- will be for. Gonzales on

the strange canvas that will cover

courts once the major tour, leaves

Australia, where it will, open in

January, :

Despite the fact that the two top

Australians of last winter are now
shooting for money, none of the
pros' can' see America regaining
the Davis Cup. '
Australia retains Ashley 'Coop 'Cooper,
er, 'Cooper, Neal Prases, Malcolm Anler Anler-son,
son, Anler-son, Roy Emerson and 1 Mervyr.
Rosex.: f ; -'
"And there are a couple of fork forking
ing forking young fellows behind the.ni,",
stresses Sedgman. ? ,v-

The,' hitherto seemingly inex

haustible .supply of. American

youngsters hss been choked off.

Tne : cry has been that more

should be done to encourage the

ooy player in this country.

Ted Schroeder, who wOn the
men's singles in 1942 and played

so weu so long, looks at it the ota
er way. around. .

- "I got no help when I first came

along," recollects Schroeder, who

is in new yore helping JtcK
Kramer promote the Round Ro-

oin. "neither did Kramer or any

one. else. All we wanted was a

trip and a chance to play. Now

kids are given everything and

taken everywhere. They, lack in

centive.; .

"Pancno Gonzales is the greatest-example
of all. Who ever gave

mm anyuiiflg?. fancbo made -his
own way, had to win to get any anywhere.
where. anywhere. i i ,,;
"And Sig Pancho' hasn't chacJ
a bit.' Today, as the greatest play player
er player in the business, he is just as
good as his bank account

MOTHER'S .COOKING
COLUMBIA. N.J.1 (NEA) Hur

ricane Tommy Jackson's mother,
Georgia, supervises the kitchen at

the challenger's camp here. Jack

y JIMMY BRESLIN
, NEA Staff CerrespoMent

NEW YORK (NEA) -,?'This is

it." the man with the thick glass

es shouted, "the product of 22

years of research. All: you people

will have to clear out of here, i m
not going to give away .22 years
to just anybody."

He took a wrapped package from

under his arm and brandished it
in front of the horse people stand standing
ing standing in Sunny Jim .Fitzsimmons'
office at old 'Aqueduct Race

Track.

It was early in the morning, but
the lunatic fringe of the sports
world was hard at work. That
woufd be the people who come up
with ideas.' sure fire and cook-

eyed, to win horse races or ball

games. .'
These people stay up nighU.

work week ends, and they think.
Then they take it to soma poor,

onnoaox manager or trainer.-

Tho trni uitK th .In,.,

...Ma .aao ,i.(Va, AUl
example. Everybody cleared out

ana ien; mm aione wun jonn liz
Simmons of the training clan. Out

side, .standing against the rail on
the backstretch, Sunny Jim Fitz Fitzsimmons
simmons Fitzsimmons clocked a .couple of his
horses, then turned around -and

muttered. : "That nut in there:
Somebody' better watch him: He

probably has a bomb with him

don't want him blowing, up any
thing around here.!'

The fellow left a half hour later

and instead of a bomb he had Mt

two barometers hanging on the of-

nce wau.

"He says." Sunny Jim was told.

'that you ctn take three secons

on a horse a time if you use these.

On a .day when the air presure is

nign. you re supoosea to work

horse four or five seconds slower

than you normally do. High air

pressure Knocks a horse out. Then

wnen you run your horse in

race,- he'll go faster than all those

other horses. Theyre all going to

oe urea..-.

VVhet hsopens,' Mr. FUs in

quired, "if these things say it's

high pressure on the dsy I'm sup-

poseu 10 run uom timet, m s

race?- -

"That's simple," his son told

mm, "you lose. .:

Lster in the day, Bill Rigney. V

me ijtiants was getting dresssd at
t!i. D.u. r.M..-j. .. L. j

to a batch ormall on his desk. "I
guess I shoull be a pennant win winning
ning winning manager, with all the help 1
get," he mused. i,v
: "0nt thing I know, we n-jver
should lose to Don Newcombe.
One fellow must have written me
a dozen times about that. He says
we should bunt down th tint

base line on him every time. He

says Aewcomoe always. falls off

tne mound toward third base aft after
er after each pitch. So he is wide open

for a bqnt down the, irst base

une.
"The fellow; who was writing
must have been thinking right
with me. I ssy to myself,. 'Who
can tell where you can bunt a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Newk. he throw it n

hard.' Another letter came from
the guy with a big diagram on
how to bunt. He told me everybo-

y noias me iw wrong for buntr
Our guys, should hold it in

have the thin-end held over the1

plate. He says you can. move
around better,"

Until ho 'hoard, of the. barome

ters, Casey Stengel of the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees 'thought he held the cham

pionship for receiving whacky i
deas. ',

"One fella sent me a letter six

mnes long dealing with the wa water.
ter. water. He used chemistry formulas
to show me that the water we
drink around New Vork is bad.
"Then there, was a note I got
from a guy in the Army; He wm
givin me the dickens for pitching
to Gus Zernial in a late inning.
Called me a dope and everything
else. So I'm sittin' in the dugout
and I pick up the phone and get
Western Union.
"I sent him a wire, at his camp.
'Dear Wise Guy,' I said, 'If you're
so smart, let me see you get out
of the Army so you can come a-

round here and assist me.'."

Don Johnson Hurls Way Back
Into Hearts Of Toronto Fans

4

NEW YOItK. July. 15- (UP) game of the season, giving the
Don Johnson who only 10' days. Cubans three hits in the seven- f

inning opener. In the nightcap, E-
milio Cueche went all the' way
for Havana in gaining bis. seventh
victory. -Te
standings and linescores:

ago. threatenpd never to play for

Toronto again, has pitched his way

oacK into me nesris oi mapie
Leaf fans.

The 30-ycar old righthander, who
left the International League team
alter an argumeqt with manager
Dixie Walker, came, back to pitch
a three-hit ? C shutout over Ro Rochester
chester Rochester in the opener of a twin-bill

yesterday, in the secohd same.

veteran' Johnny Scbmitz also lim

ited the. Tied Wings to three bits
while winning, 1-0.
1 In other iubleheaders, Mon Montreal
treal Montreal sweut Buffalo. 8-0 and 3-2:

Miami edged Columbus twice, 7-6
and 3-2, and Richmond split with

Havana, winning the first, 3-0, and
dropping the second J-l.
Toronto, by sweeping the two
games, broke a seven-game losing

streek and moved to within two

lengths of first place; Johnson,
who won his seventh game against

four losses, was aided by the

homers of foren Babe and Hal

Daniels.

Connie Grob surprised hard-bit

ting Buitaio wiut a iive-nitter in

the opener while little Jackie Col

lum' held the Bisons to but three

hits iu the nightcap. The twin win
enabled last-place Montreal to

sweep the fve-game series from

league-leading Bulfalo.

I Homers by Johnny isucna and

Frank Herrera and the relief

pitching of ancient Satchel Paige

paved tne way for Miamrs open opening
ing opening win over Columbus In the

second game. Bubba Church gave

up five hits in earning his third

triumph in four decisions,

ait! urn ue'jiei won nis lutn

Teams
Buffalo
Richmond
Toronto
Rociiester
Miami
Havana
Columbus
Montreal

w
51
51
49
48
41
42
40
39

L
39
41
41
45
47
49
50
49

Pet.
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.554
.544
.516
.466
.462
.444
.443

Villi
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Russian Athlete
Shatters World
High Jump Record
MOSCOW, July 15 (UP)
Russia's Yuri Stepanov set a
new world high jump record
lasf night clearing the bar at
2.16 meters in a Leningrad
Helsinki track meet in Lenin Leningrad.,.,.
grad.,.,. Leningrad.,.,. Previous record-holder was
America's Charley Dumas, the'
Olympic champion who Jump Jumped
ed Jumped S meters, 14.9 centimeters.

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
. (First Game) ? T
Rochester OOO-OOO-OOO 034
i'oror.to 001-OOl-Olx 3 6-jLlsrt?
Deal and D Rickctts; JohnsOlfS
and Roselli.
(Second Came) iH'.t
Rochester 000-000-0 0 3
Toronto 000-OlO-x 1
B. Blaylock and Shantz; Schmiti
and Roselli ..U
' ... ir
(First Came)
Richmond 000-000-3 3 7-r-0'
Havana 1 000-000-0 O-Z-'
(Jethel and Chiti; Cuellar, Pena -"
(7) and Garcia. LP Cuellar.
(Second Game) w
Richmond 001 000 OOO 1 6 2 iu
Havana 010 120 lOx 5 6'2
Coales, James (5), Dizon 8)
and Watlington; Cueche and Sie Sie-rra.
rra. Sie-rra. LP Cos tes. HR Sierra.

(First Game) ',
Buffalo 000-000-000 05 J M
Montreal 007-100-OOx a-io-''
Host, Kay (3), Kume (4) aWd
Noble,; Grob and Pignatano. LP
HosL i HR Novak.

Montreal. 3,. Toronto 2 T
(First Game)
Cohimbus 020-030-001 6-17-M1 ;
Miami 020-130-Olx 7-10-m
Kildoo, Burtschy (3), Hall' (8) ?.
and Kravitz; Rogovin, Qualtelfs"'
(5), Paige 9 and Bucha. WP
Qualters. LP Burtschy. HRs Bu
cna, Hen era.
(Second Game) '""

Columbus 020 000 o 25-1-1

Miami 011 100 x 3 5 o-"
Douglas arid Kravitz; Churcif"
and McCollough.

By JIMMY DEMARET
Written Ht NIA, Service

A'fiffht Flnvrf PHrcnn tfr iWm

That'a nrobablv true. Twice in their last fight The Hurrl-lheavyweisht chamnionshio at .the

iraae was so shook up he didn't know which corner to go to. . p0lo Grounds, July, 20. a ,
... t- r ......... ; .... - r

GENE Sarazen, for one, and a
lot of others have pointed out
what they, feel is the biggest fault
with the. younger golfers on to
days tournament trail. tVy latk
caddy experience. Too manv l
'em come right out of college.-'
Nos this sounjis like profession professional
al professional old timers knocking, modern
times. But it isn't. ..
You only have to see s veteran
golfer having trouble to find this
out. Most of your pros io this
class can change their entire
game two or three different times
ia a round. They'll swing a Jittle
differently. They'll maneuver and
experience it around .. until they
start scoring well. ; ;.
But the younger pros eonr.e to
the trail with only one swing. If
something goes wrong they're in
trouble... '. i
You could go back to the caddy
yard for the reason. A kid who
learas to play ia those surround surroundings
ings surroundings usually has played ihoti over

the caddy yard, the pro shw?. or
off to the aide some place in his 1
spare moments. -He sets so he

can manipulate a club under any I

The colleee education hit r v.

fact an ex-caddy might be bun bun-grfs
grfs bun-grfs has nothing to do with A.
The big thing ia the old Mm

around today most of whom cad cad-died
died cad-died and most of whom consict.

ently beat the top newcomers
eaa change their games during a

rouna. .. .. j

OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
. .'V.: V...1 PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
.-pldrWe-wianias Numbers in the Ordiary Drawing No. 2001, Sunday July M, 1957
' The whole ticket has 52 pieces divided In two series "A" & "B" of 26 pieces each.

First Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize

3324 $ 52,000.00
5154 $ i5,6oo oo
0431 5 7,800.00

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224
324
424
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1M.N 1124 15.M
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IM.M 1424 1S4.M
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1M.M ( 1724 IM.M
IM.M I 1S24 IM.M
IM.M 1 1124 1M.M

No.
2(24
2124
2224
2324
2424
2S24
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2724
224
224

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3324
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S224 IM.M (224. IM.M 7224 IM.M S22 IM.M (224 IM.M
6324 2.4M.M (324 2.4M.M 7324 2.4MM S324 2.SM.M (324 2,M.M
S424 IM.M S424 IM.M 7424 15S.M S424 IM.M (424
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M24 1.M.M 4424 1S4.M 7424 lMJt M24 IM.M M24 IM.M
S724'. IS4.M 724 IS4.M 7724 IMM S724 IM.M (724 IM.M
I S424 IM.M M24 IM.M 7D24 IM.MSS24 IW.M (X24 IM.M '.'
'M24 ; IM.M SS24 IM.M, 7(24 15S.M SS24 IM.M M24 IM M

Approximations Derived From Rrst Prize

3311
S3K

S24.M
S2(.M

3317
331S

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S24.M
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3324

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S.M I 332
S2(.M 3321

S2(.M
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33M
3331

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3331
3333

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Approximations Derived From Second Prize

1M

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IM.M

S14S
SIM

IM.M
IMM

1154

5147
S14S

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2M.M

IMM
IMM'

21M

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SIM

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IMM

3154-
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5151

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IM.M
IM.M

SIM

SIM-SIM

2M.M

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113

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Approximations Derived From Third Prize

1431

422
M23

S
IM.M

2431

1M.M -I M24

1M.M
IM.M

M2S

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IM.M

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437
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Prize-winning Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at: Chlrlqui, 1st; Colon, 2nd and 3rd.
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending in 4 and not included! in the above list win Fifty Two Dollars (52.00) each.

HTTNISSES:

Signed by ALBERTO ALEMAN. Governor of the "Province of Panama Cd, 47-12155
IT,. Rf th Treaserv. JOSeT t" 'IMO A1ZPD
M. Conrepcion HUt Jr- CW. t-484M -' JULIO K. YAUDES D. PABLO A. P1NEL JL."

Notary Public, Panama Secretary

Nicolas UrrioU. Ced. .11-12117

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roTHiatinn art calmiatad an fh Flr. Samnd and Third Prize In r
a teka dwoM eatrl uii a aacb Briu. tb tialdar la antrllad to
jHAIlfl 1alTffnfflt fW sctl 1 - -. a (. -f i T Z

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4511.00; $220.00

First Prize. ; V. -V i 24
Second Prize. .." ' 54
Third Prize: 31

3.00 V-2.00

60.00
40.00

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Plan of Ordinar Drawinr N. which will take
Plaee July 21, 1957 ? .'..:: .'..::-Divlttod
Divlttod .'..::-Divlttod to twa ia M rractkan aack doominaUd "A and "S"-.
rST rtus
1 Pint Prito. trim A and of S3S.M Men MrW' S52.M-
I "-rorKt Prize, sia A and B, f 7.w M aarh Hria 15.400 M
" V Third PHw. ttri A and B. a J.im.M aaHi mm .. 7 anaM
J Aoiroxrmalaa'. San A nd B. f -' aarh aarlca MM W"
Prim. Merita A and 8. of y : L3.M tarti atria 23.404 a a-.
. a-. M Prim, arlc4 A and of 7S.M eacfe aarita 14.A44 M
: M Prim. Sartoa A and B, of t, 2SM aachi aariaa 4JOM
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IS ptwitnttJant. Strita A aad B, M S M aaeh aarita 2S4M
S Prlata. Strita A and Ik at IMM aacb aariaa XMtM
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: IS Atwrozhnattona. Sarlai A and U. ad f W M aarh aarita 1 M71M
Prira. Sarita A and fe. t '.S-M aaeh wtim 1.404 M
. . v7 :
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Price of whole ticket ... .... .126.00
Price of a fifty-second part .... v.$..0 :

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Field Artillery
Battery Activated
To Support 20th Int.
The 61st Field Artillery Battery
at Fort Kobbe is about to become
the first field artillery battery in
the Canal Zone since the 504th
Field Artilllftry Battalion was in inactivated
activated inactivated hert April 10, 1956.
At' the present time the unit con consists
sists consists of three offers and four
NCOs. However, the 61st will
have a total of four officers ana
142 enlisted men -assigned wiu
fully manned. : J
Capt. Claude W. C6opei, former formerly
ly formerly of the G-3 Section,' "Headquar "Headquarters.
ters. "Headquarters. U.S. Army. Caribbean, has
assumed command of the battery
and 1st Lt. Ralph F. James has
been transferred from Quarry
Heights to Dccome the executive
..2nd Lt. John E." Porter the u;
Hit s new rewnni..-. :
;,. tranf erred from Battery
A of' the 903rd AAA Battalion at
Fort Clayton. ...
M-Sgt. Charles Brown, first ser sergeant
geant sergeant of the recently activated bat battery
tery battery said that the unit is form forming
ing forming its cadre at the present time
and the rest of the assignees are
iw,t pvnected until August.
2-t.i.. .omr-inine three men assign-j
ed to the battery are M-Sgt. Car Carrel
rel Carrel E. Granthan, chief of firing
battery Sfu. William C. Snyder,
chief of details and Sfc. Philip D.
Ferguson, supply sergeant.
US. Army Ceribbean Headquar Headquarters
ters Headquarters said the field artillery unit
was needed primarily to support
the 20th Infantry in its training
nropram, for such secondary mis missions
sions missions as support of the training
program of the U.S. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean School at Fort Gulick and
commfnd ceremonies.
Paleographer Dies
At 90 In Italy
PADUA, Italy,. July. 15 (Uf)-
University professor Vittorio Laz Laz-tarini,
tarini, Laz-tarini, one of Italy's leading pa
leography experts, died here Sat
ttrday night at the age of 90.
Paleography is the study of an an-tient
tient an-tient writings and manuscripts
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unfurnished apartment with din dinette,
ette, dinette, living room, large front
porch, kitchen, bath, dry closets.
Located in "La Joya" Building
on Fourth of July Avenue. Rent:
$65 monthly. Garage available
for extra $5. Phone Panama 3 3-0763
0763 3-0763 or 2-0027. Apartment
completely screened.
FOR RENT: Cool furnished a a-partment
partment a-partment near Panama Hotel.
Call 3-2097 or 3-7069.
High Lump Bid For
CZ Emergency Dams
Made By Texas Fjrm
A tf far
mirchase 8nd removal of the
emcrKeney dams at Gatun and Pe
dro Miguel locks was entered by
the Commercial Metals Co. of Dal
las, Tex. Bids forthe purchase of
the dams, wh'ch are the last three
offered for sale by the Panama
Canal Co., were opened this morn
ing in the Administration Building
. : at Balboa heiehts.
Other bids ranging from $76,280
to $135,100 were received from sev seven
en seven other United States firms. J.
V. (Jarter and John V.. Carter Jr.,
the only local scrap firm to make
an offet in the dams, bid $108,-
000.18.
United Stales firms who made
bids for the purchase of the em emergency
ergency emergency dans included Loudee I I-ron
ron I-ron and Metal Co., of New York;
Wrecking Coip. of America, of
Cincinnati, O ; Baron Iron and E E-quipment
quipment E-quipment Co., of Atlanta, Ga.; Lip Lip-sett,
sett, Lip-sett, Inc. of New York; J. Kaplus
and Son, Inc., of Newark, N.J.;
Michael Flynn Metals, of (Brook (Brooklyn;
lyn; (Brooklyn; and State Metals and Steel
Corp. of Canton, O.
The dams now for sale are the
fast of the original six which were
erected shortly before the Canal
was opened and which have at attracted
tracted attracted the attention of hundreds
of visitors. None of the dams has
ever been used for the purpose for
I which they were erected which
was it, stop the flow of water in
event of damage to the lock gates.
Three of the dams were sold for
scrap two yenrs ago- to John V.
Carter and John V. Carter, Jr. for
approximately $50,000. Two were
located at Miraf lores and one on
the west chamber at Pedro Miguel
locks.
Two dams now being sold are
located at Gatun locks and one at
Pedro Miguel locks.
US-Lebanon Terms
Revealed As Arms
Shipment Arrives
BEIRUT, Lebanon. July 15
CUPi Lebanon will receive 10
million dollars In econom'.c aid
and $470,000 In military aid in
1958 under the Elsenhower Doc Doctrine,
trine, Doctrine, the U.8. Embassy an announced
nounced announced today.
The announcement, first offl
clal report of the actual terms
on which Lebanon accepted the
I report of the actual terms.
which Lebanon accepted the
doctrine, coincided with arrival)
or 1,600 tons or miatary equip equipment,
ment, equipment, second auch shipment to
Lebanon.
Call Panama 2-2374 for
TELERAD, S. A.
Prompt Servicing .of TV
sets and Antennas, Ra Radios,
dios, Radios, Hi-Fi, Intercom,
Marine Equipment
THE BEST
GARBAGE CAM
art made by
PANAMA SHEET
METAL WORKS

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the Bella Vista Theatre.,
Automobiles
FOR SALC-1952 Buick 4 -door
Special, clean. Balboa 1777.
FOR SALE: 1949 Olds 2-dbor,
4 new ws tires, duty paid. Call
Balboa 2-1397. Must sell.'
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford V-8
Customline, radio, dock, heater
and overdrive, four new tires,
new battery, new muffler and
tail pipe. Finish like new, me mechanically
chanically mechanically perfect, 28,000 actual
miles. Leaving, for the States.
Price $1050 for quick sale. Call
Albrook 86-6191.
BUY OF THE YEAR: 1954
. Oldsmobila Srarfire Convertible.
Full power equipment, wwall
tires, excellent condition $1795.
Cash discount. Can be seen at
Ancon 0432-1, or call Balboa 2 2-4135
4135 2-4135 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1953 Bel Air 2 2-door,
door, 2-door, power glide, perfect me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition,. 2-4432.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2-2451 2S2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding b Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or bv appointment.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Ufe Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel Panama 2-0553!
SfRVKIO OS-
TELEVISION
ELEVISIONSERVKB
1I$THT1.
TEL. 2-4557
MMMA
"GET STREAMLINED"
(he McLevy way. Body Massk,
Excercislna Machines, Turkish
bath. Trained operators for ladies
and gentlemen. Get results.
MASSAtiE SALON
Services "SCHOLL'S"
Products
J. Arosemena Ave. 33-48
Tel. 3-2211
HASSELBLAD
PAXETTE
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
canon
THE
NEW
CAM BO AO
Model V V-With
With V-With F 1.2 Lens
at
1. 1. 111111 M.
Panama
N. I or a
Coloa
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rCTOn gleaning Up
With orse Racing
In Caracas Asylum
CARACAS. Venexuela, July IS
fUP) Ousted Argentine dictator
Juan Peron has made nearly $300,-
000 with his race horses here with within
in within the past year, according to
sources close to Peron.
Peron is believed to have puH
chased EI Condor Stable here
through a intermediary. The sta stable
ble stable comprises 450 Argentine thor thoroughbreds
oughbreds thoroughbreds -and rates as bigb as
that owned or Aly Khan in the
same area, the sources said.
Malaya Judge Uses
Old China Custom
To Find Out Truth
KUALA LUMPUB. Malaya, Ju Jury
ry Jury 15 (UP) A Malaya Judge
mnriMl fa on old DiinMH mctnm
. i . l l. -i n.i
iese miUKHiKirta claim ia a suitl
for 3.000. I
The ludee challenged business-,
roaa Kok Hoong to swear to his
claim by tuning off the bead of a
cockerel In a Chinese temple: He
postponed the bearing to give Kok
tun to tilbera,to sua reply.

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Portable 5 kw. 120
v. 60 cyclf electric power, plant,
, gasoline, complete with starter
and battery, never used. $550.
Call 3-1039.
"The Isthmus" Buyers and Sell Sellers
ers Sellers Household and Miscellaneous
items, best prices. Visit us, 7th
and Front Street, Colon. Phone
1762.
FOR SALE :-GE automatic wash washing
ing washing machine and matching dry-',
er. Can be seen at Apt! 316-A,
Albrook, or call 86-2210.
FOR SALE: C h a ir s,. pretty
bench, rockers, lamps, cheap lots
across Ferry. Phone 2406 Balboa.
Li. Col. Balcheldor
New Chief Of Army
Veterinary ieclion
Lt. Col. (Jeocge J). Batcheldor
was recently named chief of the
veterinarian section, U.S, Army
Caribbean Surgeon's Office.
Batcheldor somes, to' the Canal
Zone from Fort Snelling, Mton-i
where he served for anDroxfmate-
ly three years as officer-in-charge
or tne imn u.s. Army veterina
ry Food Inspection Service.
Entering active Army duty In
1941, the colonel, while with the
68th Quartermaster Refrigeration
Company, went through the first
invasion of North Africa, lie later
saw action during tne Atncan. l-
talian and French campaigns. Dur
ing the lattet campaigns, hie was
first the executive officer of a ne-
j. i j x i
aicai supply cepui ana men was
assigned with a medical general
laboratory.
Before going to Fort Snelling, he
was the director of training at the
Army Medical Service Meat and
Dairy Hygiene School in Chicago,
tu.
- "i
Batcheldor's wife. RUth. and
siiaa' v.VT V fri'Vt vi aA J a-aaiu ntiu.
i Dallas,' arrived in the Canal Zone
last Friday. July 12. Tney wul re
ide at Fort Clayton. ;

Russian Buildup Reported
In Hungary, Czechoslovakia

PRAGUE, July 15 (UP) Re Reports
ports Reports published abroad that Rus Russia
sia Russia is substantially reinforcing her
troops in Hungary and Czechoslo Czechoslovakia
vakia Czechoslovakia were discounted today by
informed sources.
They said tnere was no confirm
ation of any such major troop
movements from the Soviet Union
and were inclined to regard the
stories as unfounded rumors.
(In London yesterday.- the Sun
day Times printed a signed arti
cle by its Vienna correspondent
stf.ting that Soviet troops includ including
ing including armored were on the move in into
to into the two countries. Reporter An Antony
tony Antony Terry wrote the forces were
being sent "to forestall any at attempt
tempt attempt to snatch and advantage
No Stuffed Shirts,
They Gather For A
HOLLYWOOD, July 15 (UP)
Cynics who claim movietown has
grown a stuffed shirt were joitea
this week when a band of TV and
picture folk celebrated Christmas
in the midst of a 90-degree heat
wave.
Led by poker-faced Peter Loire,
who played Santa Claus, tne ceieo
rants gathered at the back fence,
a hangout for celebrities, news
papermen and assorted charac
ters.
Proprietor of the colorful bistro
is Jerry Smith who organized the
party at the suggestion of B o b
Crosby.
"We felt there were so many
Christmas parties around Decern
ber 25th that nobody really enjoys
them," says Smith, a rascally indi
vidual who favors a straw boater
and sleeve sailers.
"Besides, we re doing the com
munity a favor by making the
streets safer during the holidays.
In the spirit of the Yuletide sea
son Smith decorated the premises
with a Christmas tree, wreaths
and colored lights. Carols filled
the air and beer replaced tradi traditional
tional traditional torn and Jerrys.
Slumped in a corner, wearing a
red Santa Claus jacket and Ber
muda shorts. Lorre took in the toy
nil .ceac wua misgiving.
, i ;.u : r 1
"I re never played Santa Claus
before" be complained. "I don't
know if I'm right for the role.
There are so many sidea to it,
And somehow I'm not sure the
idea of Christmas in' July will
rwallv ratfh on
'Anyhow, the Screen Actor a
Guild will be onhappy about tne
w"ie uung
Despondently, the rotund EtUe
actor picked up a hammer and
dropped a light on the -Christmas
tree.
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Home Articles
FOR SALE 11 -piece Chinese
dining room set $450. Boa 86,
Balboa, for appointment.
FOR SALE;- Mahogany living
room aat, coffee table (glass
top ) ,( couch, dining table, four
chairs, porch furniture, Singer
sawing machine, refrigerator,'
bedroom : furniture, miscellane miscellaneous.
ous. miscellaneous. Lowest prices. Phone 3 3-1587
1587 3-1587 Sunday 10-5 oVIock,.
weekdays 5-9 p.m.
FOR SALE : Studio" couch $59,
complete double beds $45, Hoi-
lywood beds 30 $22.50, mat mattresses
tresses mattresses $12.50, complete folding
beds $29, bureaus $9.50, dining
table and 4 chairs $59, mftal ta tables
bles tables $12, chroma chairs $9.50,
chairs $3, coffee tables $12.50,
child'a wardrobe $19, corner ta-
bles $18, linoleum. $6.95. Also t
beautiful wrought iron living and
dining room sets at lowest prices.
We give Gold Stamps. Household
Exchange, National Ave. No. 41.
Phone 3-49 II, 3-7348.
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford $1500.
record player and radio comb.
$50, 25,-cycle; double bed $10;
vacuum cleaner $10; porch fur furniture
niture furniture $10; : vanity wmirror
$10; washer 25-cycle $100.
Phone 87-2290.
FOR SALE: Automatic washing
machine, 60-cyde, porcelain
throughout, $150. Call 2-6306.
French Tanks
Used By Israeli
In Border Battle
JERUSALEM, Israel, July 15
(UP) The Israeli Army used
tanks last Tuesday to silence Sy Syrian,
rian, Syrian, artillery and mortars in a
10-hour bonier battle, it was dis disclosed
closed disclosed today.
The tanks were purchased from
Fraljce several months before the
Sinai campaign where they dis-
tinguished themselves in battles
with Soviet-built T-34 tanks.
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Qonen MctoUie srae.lirSyrianJfo6ar war France's Most

j frontier- because Syria hd .refused
united nations cease lire oraera.
from the recent Kremlin changes
and stage a fresh uprising on the
iBudaoest model."
(Terry said these reports, which
have been circulating in Iron Cur Curtain
tain Curtain capitals for the past week,
were "confirmed by eye wit
nesses." He said Russian tanks
and infantry had been seen in
numbers crossing bridges into
Czechoslovakia.
(He said the movement was cou-l
Died witl- a eeneral alert of Soviet
military groupings in the Satellite
countries to combat possiDie un
rest. Travel between Hungary and
Rumania was ."severely curtail curtailed"
ed" curtailed" with no reason given, Terry
reported.)
These Actors;
Hot Christmas
rummaged through his bag of
gifts a melange of daffy gadg gadgets.
ets. gadgets. He began stuffing stockings
hung by the chimney bearing the
names of Richard Boone, Bill
Lundigan. Keenan Wynn and
Ricardo Montalban, ahong others.
Spike Jones dropped by promis promising
ing promising to compose a song titled "I'm
Dreaming of a Hot Christmas" for
the occasion.
A cooling note was a bucket of
snow flown in from Greenland by
SAS Airlines.
Proprietor Smith went to the
door when, a pair of perspiring
youngsters inquired why Santa
Claus had appeared in mid-summer.
He ent them packing a1"
returned to the party saying, 'V
was tnose
troublesome Cratchit
kids arsin.
Chou Accuses US
Of Fomenting
War In Mideast
CAIRO. July (UP)-Commu-
H
nisi uoikh f rcnuer nou
today accused the United
of ."attempting t start a war ia
the Jdiddle East" t
la in Interview printed in the
Egyptian newspaper Al Misaa, be
eharger Ute Eisenhower Doctrine
in tne Middle East by lianng
American imperialism replace the:
oM Anslo-Fiench colooialism." v I
w nUHirH v-ffvnt afiii ttv athr I
Arab cation "toUl Chinese ma
terial and moral supoort ia the
Xiiht afaaat impwialiua.'

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The F ATI MA PHARMACY lo located
cated located at Mercada El. Roy, offer,
efficient filling of preacriptioni
and home delivery service. Phone
3-3416.
For fast efficient ropairservice
on all outboard motors and 2 2-cycle
cycle 2-cycle anginas.. Call LOWE. S.A.,
phone 3-541 1r all work guaran guaranteed.
teed. guaranteed.
ATTENTION: Gamboa Residents
TV i Service .calls on TUES TUESDAYS
DAYS TUESDAYS ONLY $6.50. Las Cum Cum-brca
brca Cum-brca residents on .THURSDAYS
ONLY $6.50. Fort Kobbe calls
on WEDNESDAYS ONLY
$5.50. Local area calls continue
at $3.50.. Phone U.S. Television
Panama 2-4616.'
, Tired of the runaround with your
present electrical appliances re repair
pair repair service. Try LOWE, S.A.,
phone 3-541 1 for good service.
All work guaranteed. : ;
SEWING INSTRUCTIONS free.
.Not necessary to- own, or buy
NECCHI sewing machine. CASA
ADMIRABLE, branch, at 44th
Street, corner Justo Aresamena
Avenue. Telephone 3-1373.
Greafesi Military
Parade Since 1944
Marks Bastille Day
PARIS, July 15 UP)? France
celebrated Bastille Day yesterday
with the greatest military parade
since Allied armies liberated
Paris in 1944.
More thato 14,000 sildiers and
500 Army vehicles paraded down
the crowd-lined Champs-Elysees
while 100 planes roared overhead.
The military display served to
remind that French forces have
been continuously at war since
i3 with
Germany. Indochina.
Korea and Algeria.
Tho t1t7 rrV Mit A AAA
'hhgZ
to Paris for the a
reminder that .400.000
prized overseas possession of
Aigeria:
Bastille Day is France's ere at
est national holiday, equivalent to
Jury 4 in the United States. It
commemorates the fall of the ill-
famed Paris prison in 1789 during
tne rrencn revolution.
Flags and bunting hung from
nearly every public building.
There were fireworks and dancing
in tne streets.
' Leftists made- only one demon
stration. Some 200 gathered in the
Place de la .Bastille in silent Pro
test against continued fighting in
Algeria. iney dispersed wttnout
incident.
76 Contestants Vie
tomorrow For Title
Of 'Miss Universe'
LONG BEACH. Calif.. July 15
(UP) Miss Universe contes
tants today were to rehearse at
Long Beach Municipal. Audito Auditorium
rium Auditorium where, tomorrow they will
parade in front of the Judges.
The 76 girls, including 32
from' foreign countries, yester?
day passed In review in the
world's biggest beauty parade.
Thousands of persons lined
Ocean Boulevard to see. the
bathing suit clad contestants
ride by on individual floats.
Executive prod ucer Oscar
Melnhardt of the pageant
claimed the parade was the
most spectacular in the' six-year i
history of the Miss Universe
contest Carol Morris, 185 miss
Universe, led the procession In
an automobile. I
The beauties rode standing on
the platform-like floats, each
oushed by i ujs. aanor volun volunteer.
teer. volunteer. Some of the girls sipped'
soft drinks along the route to
keep cool in the 80-degree heat
Sanita Pelkey, Miss New York.!
said she planned to remain In
the contest after hearing that
her father, Ralph Pelkey,
rmo
died Saturday to the East, of
heart attack.
"My Dad was so proud that that-his
his that-his daughter had been aelectedi
to represent New York in the
contest," the 21-year-old Miss
Pelkey said. "I Just knew he d
want me to see It through.".
. r
Meany Asks UN To
Order Red Troops
Utr Hungary aqii
WASHINGTON. July 15 (UPV-
AFL-CIO President George Meany
urgd today that the United Na
tions order Kussia to gei us iroops
ow riunksry ena pttnui un
elections under U-N. supervision.
Meany, writing in the AFL-CIO
mihliratioo "Ameneaa redera-
i tionist." Mid that nothing short erf
these steps wifl satisfy the end
iet Jautica." .'I

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Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 35' launch, 6J)-hp.";
Redwing beat, 616 Diable. See
Deckmaster er Red.
Navy Crusader Jefs
To Make Supersonic
CoasMo-Coasf Try ?
WASHINGTON,- July. 15 (UP)-I
ijier iavy announces iqaay mat
two Crusader jets will attempt- the
first ., supersonic coast to t coast
flight tomorrow.-1
To beat the speed of sound, the
planes will have to average more
than 760- miles vin i the 2,406-mile
course from Los Anzeles, to' New
York. If they do so. i4hr .Navy
wm capture the transcontinental
speed record from the Air ;Force.
'The Navy isaid MaJ.4 John Glenn
Jr.. USMC. the lead pilot in the
flight dubbed 'Operation 1 Bullet"
will leave Los Angeles at 10
a.m. tomorrow. He must reach
New York three hours and 14
minutes later, to, i: establish the
A second plane, piloted by Lt.
Umdr. C. S. Demmler, USN, is
expected to take off on the same
course: 28 minutes later.
J The present official record for
the transcontinental run, the Navy
said, is three hours1; 44 minutes
and 53.88 seconds Well; below
supersonic speeds. "'It said this
record was established Tjv tin Air
Force F84F on March 9 1955. -The
two -Chance Vought Crusad Crusaders
ers Crusaders will. De refueled in flight by
AJ Savag- flying tankers. Both
runs will be officially timed by
the National Aeronautics Assn.
The Navy raid Operation Bullet
will provide a "valuable test of
the air planes' capabilities at near
maximum power a long distance."
The speed of the planes' will be
"far greater," the Navy said,
than the- muzzle' velocity of thti
.45 caliber bullet This' has1 been
estimated as approximately 586
miles an riour.'

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WHITE HOUSE CALLERS Ptesldeht Eisenhower, leans over
to chat with TlmothyiForbes, 4'as'the Forbea family pays a
vi,it"tb the White House. Left to right: Christopher, 6, Robert,
8 Mrs. Forbes, holding Moira, 2, and Malcolm Forbes. Malcolm
Forbes is the Republican candidate for New Jersey governor.

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Syrian Army Chief
Israeli Treachery
DAMASCUS. Syria, July 15
(UP) ; Syria's Army Chief of
Staff warned todaytthat'the na
tion must be i increasingly alert
to race .Israeli -'treacherous m m-telUons."
telUons." m-telUons." v:
Gentawfik v Nizarneddin told
newsmen, SyriaideaH israe; "a
hard blow in border violence
Tuesday. .
- "But this does not mean th
battle, is ended," ,he declared;
"There may now feev an increase
lrt Israeli's treacherous inten intentions.
tions. intentions. Therefore we should in increase
crease increase our alert.".
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were "sufficient to jice any fur further
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their five-month marriage. Miss Taylor is expecting a baby
in October.

Civil Defense Reports Some
Order From Operation Chaos

EMERGENCY NEWS HEAD
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OUARTERS. Operation Alert,
July 15(UP) The. Civil Defense
Administrations yesterday began
winding up a "paper" exercise de
gather Or Not
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they, arrive in New York irom

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signed to test its facilities for,
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dealing with problems that would
come from a nuclear bombing.
Pipeline, Lode name of the civil
Hofonso intr rfon.rtmontai now
center, reported that "emergency,
actions taken by civil defense and
the relocated agencies of govern-!
ment are slowly bringing soma
order out oi chaos."
The "chaos" was caused by a
hypothetical nuclear attack Fri-
day which covered all the United
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kansas. Civil defense officials ii
those states were too busy with
real damage caused by Hurricane
Audrey and recent floods to take
part in "Operation Alert."
The make-believe drop of 166
nuclear weapons on 155 targets
Friday rilected about 95.500,000
persons. Of these, according to
simulated reports, 41 million were
"evacuated" from target areas or,
radioactive fallout zones. 1
The "attack and immediate
post -attack periods ended last night
The last pnase of the alert
test beginning tomorrow will deal1
with problems days- after the
hypothetical bomb-dropping exer exercise.
cise. exercise. President Eisenhower will step
ini Operat'on Alert again to today.
day. today. He will fly by helicopter
from his farm at Gettysburg, Pa.
to Highpoint. a secret hideaway.
Late reports from Pipeline sail
local, sta.e, and federal govern-
ment facilities were slowly but.
mejsweablv recovering from
the mock ucla retsl.uaeiln Rte
1 the moct nuclear assault. Relief,
I efforts to provide housing, com
j municaiion transportation, and
; to protect ntib'c health were be
; ing pushtd '"h "-"itine inter
sity."
Pipelim v '.o
ranged trir.i 'csUslrophic" in the
I Far West, ""ere huge, mult
! purpose dams were knocked out,
to "critical" in the Northeast
! where water and food shortages
! were reported.
I Egyptians Vote
1 C AIR Ok July 15 (UP) Egypti-
: tns voted in a' run-off election
, today to choose among 336 cindi cindi-,
, cindi-, dates for 168 seats in the National
i Assembly.
Ninety-seven other candidates
won absolute majorities in the
first round of voting July 3. The
i entire list tf candidates was
, screened by the covernment be
jfore the first voting

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(Copyright Philadelphia Dally News photo from NEA Telephoto)
68, a New York couple who sold their home to buy a car and
ho dlaappea'red in 1953, are shown as they prepared to leave
with their son, wha is a patient in Norristown State hospital,
anri hfilievpfl onp of thelr natients mieht ha the misslne

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Mom Pierces Iron Curtain,
Returns To US With Child

NEW YORK, July 15 (UP)
A Rochester, N.Y., mother who
pierced the Iron Curtain with
determination and a life savings
of $7,000 happily came home from
folan today with a priceless
treasure the 13-year-old daughter
she had -not seen since infancy,
lyirs. Monika Bozyk was tired,
bedraggled and broke when she
arrived at Idlewild International
Airport with her daughter, Olga.
Hit husband. Walter, and son.
Donald. 16. we not at the airport
to meet them because Mrs. Bozyk
did not have money enough to
cable then, when she would arrive
here.
"I don't even have one dollar
left." she said.
Mrs. Bozyk was separated from
her daughter when the child was
only four months old. She had
taken Donald with her to look for
an apartment in Warsaw in 1944.
The Nazis seized her and put her
in a forced labor camp
When her husband went to look
for her, he left Olga with a
family, asking them to care for
1 1 l. A l .1. T1 1
ner until ne gui maun, idui ue, iuu,
was put in a forced labor camp.
After the war the Bozyks were
reunited, but the family they had
left Olga with would not give up
the child. Mrs'. Bozyk said her
husband, a $250-a-month machin machinist,
ist, machinist, had been sending money
every month for Olga's support
and the foster parents did not
want to lost the income. Mrs.
Bozyk finally took all the family's
money and borrowed seme more
and flew to Poland. There, she
won a courl ordef for Olga's
custody.
Dispatches from Poland report reported
ed reported that Olga did not want to come
to the U.S. with her mother, that
she wanted to stay with the foster
nnvAnic nil re RrtT; lr tiamon that
parents. Mrs. Bozyk denied that
today. She taid the girl had been
misled into thinking ner parents
had aDanoonea ner, dui was
happy as soon as she had left
the foster home,
.Mis Bozyk was wearing a
s'mP lue co"on dress on he.r
return here. Olga wore a pink
checKed jumper dress and a white
blouse that her brother, Donald,
bought four h" with his savings.
When the two left the airplane,
photographers frightened Olga at
f,rst
snapping her picture

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R. W. Hase.! resident of Sean, Roebuck of Panama, wel welcomes
comes welcomes Jesepn Lang, new general manager of the local Sean
ntlets, n bis arrival. Lang, whs arrived oh ths Isthmus
accompanied by bis wife and foar children, said ns has STders
ts receive instructions from Hasse en the best way to im improve
prove improve the services offered to Panamanian customers. Present
plans call for promotion sf locally-manufactured goods, ths
two men declared. At present nine local firms are manufac manufacturing
turing manufacturing goods for Sears

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repeatedly. Then sue decided she
liked all the attention and giggled
every time a flashbulb popped.
The girl knows only three
English phrase "Thank you,"
"Good morning" and "Goodbye,"
so her mother served as an inter interpreter
preter interpreter for hei in her own halting
English.
Asked about conditions in
Poland, Mrs. Bozyk said: "WheiJ
someDoay nas someDoay in Po Poland
land Poland they should help them all
they can. I don't see, how they
live over .there."
When it came time to leave the
airport. Mrs.' Bozyk wept. She
had an airplane ticket for herself
to go home to Rochester. But she
had none for her daughter and
Bo money with which to buy one.
The New York Daily Mirror
took the mother and daughter
under its wing and promised to
arrange a happy family reunion.

Sons Of Late Aga Khan Appear
Together To Dispel Row Rumor

VERSOIX, Switzerland, July 15
(UP) The late Aga Khan's two
playboy sons dispelled rumors of;
a family quarrel over their fa-
ther's will to4ay by appearing in
public together and turning their
attention to their personal lives.
Prince Aly Khan, whose 19
year-old son, Karim, was chosen
to succeed the old Aga as spiritual
leader of the Ism aili Moslem sect,
drove with his half-brother Prince
Sadruddin from Geneva to the
family villa here. Both appeared
friendly.
Sadruddin, 24", then went off to
have kinch with his fiancee, star
let Nina Dyer. Aly, 45, went off
alone, apparently, to prepare for
a trip to Southern France. His
fiancee, French model Bettina,
had lunch with Aly's daughter by
Rita Hayworth, Princess Yasmin,
and the child's governess at fe
Geneva hotel.
Bettina was overheard to say
she and Aly probably would be

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Civil Ri
WASHINGTON, July 15 (UP)
Sen; Richard B. Russell (D-Ga)
said today that Civil .rights pres pressure
sure pressure groups have convinced lead-
Am of hoth nolitical Darties that
they will determine tne outcome
of the presidential election in i9u.
Russell, the leader ot tne south
ern foes of f resident Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's civil rights bill, said the
drive by some of these organiza organizations
tions organizations to obtain civil rights leg
islation is "shot through with
oolitics."
He mentioned- particularly tne
National Assn. for the Advance
ment of Colored People .and
the Americans For Democratic
Action.
If the legislation became -law.
he sa.id, political candidates in
1960 may make promises to the
leaders of these groups that, if
elected, they would use the full
powers of the, law even the use
of troops to enforce its r provi
sions on the South.
Russell's statement on the polit political
ical political implications of the pending
controversy came as friends and
foes of the legislation prepared to
vote tomorrow on the motion to
bring the House-approved bill for formally
mally formally before, the Senate, In other
developments:
SenT Karl E. Mundt (R-SD)
predicted that .the President will
not try to influence the Senate's
consideration of, his compromise
proposal limiting the legislation
simply to a guarantee of voting
ngnis ior negroes. -Defense
By Douglas
Sen. Paul H." Douglas (D-Ill)
married by the end of the year,
Sadruddin's marriaee to Mik
Dyer, a British" beauty, way sched
uled for Aug. 27.
Both Aly and Sabruddid hb
peared oblivious to rumors that
they quarreled over the ts.'ins cf
the will which bypassed ea.-n of
them as leader of the million- of
Ismail! Moslems in favor of the
yoifhg, serious-minded Karim.
Pjince Karim, the new Aga,
lunched privately with his 8-ycar
old brother, Prince Amyn. They
are Aly's sons by his mariagt to
the former Joan Yarde-BuUer of
Britain. Both are Harvard stu students.
dents. students. Fiom .Cairo, meanwhile, re reports
ports reports said the Age Khan's bedy
will be flown to Egypt Thurs Thursday
day Thursday for burial at Aswan. The
mausoleum to contain H there
Wt expected te become pil pilgrimage
grimage pilgrimage site for Ismaili Mos-
Itms.
Family lawyer Zaki Hashem,
making this announcement today,
said a party of 42 persona includ including
ing including the family would arrive in
Ciro Thursday, in two commer commercial
cial commercial planes with the body. It was
assumed that Aga Khan the
Fourth, the late Aga's grandson,
would be aboard one of these:
planes.
Hashem said arrangements
might be made to fly .on to As Aswan
wan Aswan immediately, or the trip might
be continued the next day.
He was following directions re received
ceived received by telephone from Karim
in Switzerland where the Aga's
body lies, Hashem said.
The body will be buried in a
simple grave in the courtyard
of the family villa at Aswan until
completion of the mausoleum. This
was estimated as a construction
job of six months. Hashem said
the Aga and -Begum approved
plans for the mausoleum six weeks
ago and final drawings were in
process.' i
Ismaili leaders ushsIIv H"e
been buried at the Moslem holy
cny ot Mecca in -Jauuj Araoia m-
Karbalaa, Iraq. Karbalaa is site
of the tomb of El Hussein, one of
tne leunoers ot the sect.
' Now Aswan was expected to be
come another holy place for the
sect and ue site ot pilgrimages;
Aswan, in the news es the le
cation f the se-cefled High Dam
In 'Egyptian President Ctmsl
. .Abdet Nasser s development pro program,
gram, program, he a net, dry climate
f the sect that has helped pre preserve
serve preserve the mummies el Phareehs
for theasends ei years.
Plans of the mausoleum 'were
not revealed. One Cairo taper
published a description that, was
declared wrens by Hashem
and
designer Dr. Fand ShaffeL
Another newspaper. 'Al Ahrsm.f
asserted thai Karim would hold!
leader of the Ismaili when be
reached Aswse

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said congressional civil rights
supporters may be forced to offer
legislation, .under the constitu constitution's
tion's constitution's 14th amendment, to reduce
the South' representation in Con Con-gres
gres Con-gres in proportion to its denial
of Negro voting rights.

Sen. Mundt Predicts President
Will Stay Out Of Senate Fight

WASHINGTON, July 15 (UP)-
Sen. Karl E. Mundt (R-SD) pre
dicted yesterday that President Ei
senhower will stay out of the Sen
ate fight over amendments to the
civil .rights' bill.
. Mundt,- the author of a comprof
mise, told newsmen he does not
believe the -President -will take a
stand on his proposal, to revise
the bill so as to meet the principal
obiechons of Its Southern foes.
He said he i sot the impression
from senators who have talked
with Eisenhower on the subject
that the President would prefer
to let the Senate work its will on
the .bill, relying on his lieutenant-
10 give mm ine legisiauo" u;
wants.-. '(-'..,:"
Mundt's compromise was de
signed to1 eliminate the bill's pro
visions most repugnant to the
Southerners, but to guarantee
Southern Negroes the rign to
vote "without any 'Us', ands,' or
buta'." :-.f.
Once Negroes can apply politi political
cal political pressure through guaranteed
vote, Munat saia, otner civu
rights will automatically be se
cured and "discrimination in the
South will disappear like fog be
fore the sunshine.'
It was known -that many civil
rights advocates, including a
large bloc of Republicans, are in-
clinel to go along with the Mundt
compromise, barring an all-out
drive by the White House to ob obtain
tain obtain Senate passage of the House-
approved bill unchanged.
Mundt's proposal, announced
last night "'from a neutral cor corner,"
ner," corner," would eliminate the civil
rights, injunctive authority and
provide for jury trials when facts
are in dispute' over a violation of
voting rightsv
The Senate. has agreed to vote
Tuesday on the motion of Repub
lican leader William jr.- Know
land (Calif) that the House-
approved bill be formal! brought
up on the Senate floor for action.
All the lebate last week was
prompted by Knowland's move.
Knowiand has predicted' that
the Senate will pass his motion
by an overwhelming majority.
Sea. Richard B. Russell (D-Ga),
the leader of the Southern bloc,
indicated he could not disagree
with Knowiand on this point.
nuiseu told newsmen that al-
Romania Purges Two
In Soviet-Inspired
Housecleaning MoVe
VIENNA. July 15 (UP) Com
munist Romania's .Premier Chivn
Stoica today fired his foreign
minister' and minister of educa
tion in a continuation of a shakeup
apparently based on the recent
Soviet houseceamnc:
Bucharest Radio, monitored
here, said Foreign ) Minister -Gri-
gore JTesteasa was reheved ot his
position and replaced by Ion
Gheorghe-Maurer.
Education Minister Miroa Con
st an tine scu. tusted from his post!
in thi party Politburo July 4, was
dismissed from his cabinet post.
He also was a" deputy vice pre premier.
mier. premier. Antanase Stoica. a political
newcomer, succeeded him. -s
The broadcast gave' no reason
for., the shuffle. It occurred 10
days after Constantinescu and
losif Chisinevschi, both Moscow Moscow-trained
trained Moscow-trained Communists, were ousted
Brora the Foutburo. ; Uilsintvsclu
held no government post. .. :
- Chisinevschi was regarded it il
close friend of Romania's Stalinist 1
party chief, Georghe Gheorgiu-j
Romanian affairs experts in
Vienna said they tbelfeved
Gheorgiu Dei was sacrificing
some, of his bid associates te save
his.ewa skin in the face of the
ouster of Stalinists in the Kremlin.
Observers here regarded the
shakeirp in Rucharest as the first
big Romsnian purge since the

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"We don't want to do it, but
we might -be forced to," hej said
in defending the civil rights bill
as moderate legislation. He ap appeared,
peared, appeared, on the ABC television
program, "College News Con
ference.'
though he hoped the motion would
be defeated, he recognized "the
realities" of the 'situation. ,.
"I know a number of men, who
will vote for Senator Knowland's
motion, ? are opposed to some of
the provisions of this bill," he
said. On Tuesday's vote, he said,
Southern foes will "muster noth
ing like our t o t a 1 strength"
against, the. bill. t
As it passed the House, the ad administration
ministration administration bill would (1) create
a presidential commission On civil
rights: (2) establish a civil rieht
cuyision in tne Jusuce Depart
ment; (3) authorize .government
suits to' protect 'civil' rights and
(4) provide greater ..protections
tor xvegro voting ., rights.
Southerners have concentrated
their fire on the provision author
izing the civil rights injunctions.
They have contended that it would
permit the federal government to
send troops into the South to en enforce'
force' enforce' civil rights).. "7
They also have objected to the
failure of the House bill to per permit
mit permit jury trials for, violators yf the
injunctions. .
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venience of all1 .Armv oirencies in
tne canal one to earn maximum
cargo transport with a minimum
of vehicles, will reduce the num number
ber number of transport dispatches 'within
the separate Army organizations
underway since June 21, the
transport service consists of one
scheduled trip each way. Monday
through Friday.
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On another ABC television pro-,
gram, "Open Hearing," Russell
said the pending bill .represents
a "cunning contrivance' to push
civil rights, legisiatjonafvrough the
Senate "under false colors'
He said its originators have
raised a "smoke screen" by pic picturing
turing picturing the measure as. merely a a-"fight
"fight a-"fight to vote" bilL, t
Russell said the real objective
pf the bill is "to force the co co-mingling
mingling co-mingling of the, races in schools
and in all places of entertainment,
at the point 6f a bayonet if-necessary."
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As- far as Georgia is concerned,- 1
he said, he could not look for in integrated
tegrated integrated public schools in the fore foreseeable
seeable foreseeable future: He said the people
of the state would abolish the
school system rather than submit
to the Supreme Courts school de decision.
cision. decision. ,i
The merits of the House- ap approved
proved approved bill were also debated on -,
an hour-long CBS television pro program
gram program by Sens. James O. Eastland
(D-Miss), Sam J. Ervin (D-NC).

John A. Carroll (D-Colo) and Clif Clifford
ford Clifford P Case (R-NJ).
Eastland, chairman of the Sen-
ate Judiciary Committee, contend contended
ed contended that the Injunctive features"of
the measure would "destroy oiif
system of government.'"
"If enacted' he said, "it would
give the United States a judicial
system unlike that of any other
nation except the Soviet,, Union.
Ervin. questioned .'the' constittt constittt-tionality
tionality constittt-tionality of the measure. He said
it would also violate the constiti f)
tional 'rights of v southerners acV
cused of vidlating civil, rights in in-junctions
junctions in-junctions and would authorize the
attorney general to assume the
duties of local officers.

Can't Be Patched
"This' bill Is so bad it can't be
patched up to make it palatable,"
Ervin said. s
Case: said the bill "will go
long way to insure the civil i
rights" of Negroes in the. South.
He and Carroll defended the meas measure
ure measure as a means of "persuasion
rather than punishment" in pro protecting
tecting protecting Negro rights, ;
. They also defended the Injunc Injunctive
tive Injunctive features of the bill. Case
said, "no other remedy is worth
a-dam.'V . Vi.
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sion from senators who have i
talked with. Eisenhower that the
President would nrefer to stay out
of Senate fights on specific legis legislation.
lation. legislation. He said he expected the
President to rely on his legisla
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