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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University of Florida
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beliava tha action wa takan ta
hiald Soviat military m?vas.
' Both Japanwe, and America
nffirprs here' were study-;
ing the Russian move, which was
a.uQunced by Radio Moscow.
Vladivostok is the base tot the
Rublian ileet and is tae aoyiet U-1
men's largest naval base m the
fur p&st
Marny of her lubmarines-which
ouinumber U.S: Isubmaiines in the
1 acilic arc based there. i
There has been increased Rus Russian
sian Russian naval activity nthe Far
East recently, ',,.,'
An American Navy spokesman
said "it was the first time Soviet
naval surface ships had been seen
In Pacific waters. The three ships
passed through the Sum tanal
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There was speculation that tne
Russians intended to bolster their
surface fleet in the Pacific to sup supplement
plement supplement their powerful subri
units which have been estimates
to number; Horn, 150 to ew.

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Russia Warns

To Keep Away

7o Panamanisn Veg
r Vr: Joins Brolhor

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In Balboa'Jdl
For I being v irt the .Wrong place
at the wrong time a 31-year 0U1
p-nmanian. Jose M. Zapata to
j tpntpnrpd to SDf'd 10
days in jail for vagrancy. He
joins a brother already in... the
B?'boa jail. ; .,7.
' Zapata claimed he1 went ta the
Gorgas Hospital area, wherehe
vas picked up on Saturday to fuid
h brother who., wa a patient
A check by police revealed 'that
the defendant had no brother who
was in the hospUal. He did how however
ever however have two brothers,- each of
whom had been confined to serve
terms in jail. One Federico, was
an inmate of the Gamboa peniten penitentiary
tiary penitentiary recently, and the tther. En En-riqae
riqae En-riqae is now serving a 30-day jail
sentence' at Balboa. r -.
Neither of the two brothers how however
ever however nad been recently hospital hospital-Police'
Police' hospital-Police' found that Zapata had
no legitimate reason to be on the
hospital grounds, and charged him
with being vagrant. ...
HighYay.
Secrelaryrriving
In Panama Tonight
,itMr Hpraandet Wmanent
sertaS of the Pan 'Tmericae
Sway Congresses, arrived m
namaytonight helo with final
nreoarations for the forthcomlnij
leveSh P American Highway

Con CreiS ' rp iuuuiui iuwr m -uie-
Hernsndei who is also chief of who was knocked Oown by an aa-

the P.. Amican-Union's travel
divisioii, arrives here from Mexi-,
co following talks wtttt ue cnair cnair-man
man cnair-man of the ContrM-i Permanent
Executive Committee.

UOa CO II WC1I JLI1UWKI J
. "Panama and has partcipatcd So
mttiv rA thm imnonant inter-A

" nr.Mn-la ttii-AitvM tK

. luci iveaaa t,vic tiat ww
.hemisphere. He was in Panama

last Marc!) and again in May 01. bis opponents aroppea omy pen- coflee nour alter cmirct last aun-
this year to help set up"the orga- nies into 4he collection plates. iday. Sidener said ,lie -was
nixing staff of the Seventh Coal The man he replaced, the Rev. bruised by the encounter be has
- gress. IWiilum Howaro Meu.-n, ak in unable to kneel to pray
. Hernandez is also the kader of stunned silence tarough the pr dace. 7, v
the Pan American Union's dele-ceedings.-Melish, a former chair- "7 ?
-a-tion to the ro wnte.. '1 mi oi the National Council of ; The bishop of Long Island, the

an, 23 represeatatives tni corner-Soviet
ence technicians iron the, PAU
... 1 ...

Also expected to arrive, from
Washingtoa tonight are Hugo Sei-'v
fert. highway engineering expert
t from the Pan American Union,

and Woodrow Harnsca who will They will remain closed mtil tne While 12 plainclotbes policemen . .
serve as chief of tha translation final outcome of aa appeal -by ad a deUctive sergeant, aeptj TTnderwbod and his wife Johaft Johaft-.
. Johaft-. section for the August discussions. Melish to be restored to the pulpit vigil ia the church at the request) fVere returning home to Fort
Other PAU experts already here from which he wa ousteu for his of church officials SidtBer read a Mrs Underwood suffered
on expected soon include coffer-leftist sympathies. letUr from de Wolfe, .authorising pojg'jble hip fracture while her
ence organization personnel doc j- ; Melish and his supporters were him to close the building. BUIband received nose' and eye
- meets specialists,, and muH-Ua-taken by surprise by the closing j 7 Ijjcerations The Navy chief suf-
gual simultaneous trarislators of the church and by the harsh "I am moved to this eonchisioa (erej a laceration.
Congress sessio wil! be held words s'wken from the pulpit by because it is my responsibility aa jyj three were admitted to Gor Gor-r
r Gor-r in Panama' new e?i)rtaUve Pa- Sidenei in a sermoa titled "What a bishop to see that nothing dis.gaa for further observation and

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and Cbprvers frent Vie n,
ine j.a.m Amne-i. rewibucs are

' HOMEWARD ud -'7
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CARIOCA CAPITAL!

Tel. Panama 1-0075 Coldn 779 797

7 Inches of Rain
Floods Balboa;
Madden Lake Up
You didn't have to" be an old
"stick-Jn-theHtnur, to
stuck Saturday nlaht.
get
Isthmians drlvlnf on the
'roads around the vicinity of
Balboa and Diablo areas Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night had trouble seeing
two feet in front because of a
drenching- downpour which
began around S p.m.
A bus on Roosevelt Avenue,
which was flooded, was stuck
. In the road, unable to ret out
for some time.. m.
Nearly seven inches of rain
were recorded at. B a 1 b Oa
Heights over the week-end,
with a total of 2.90 inches of
rain fori the one hour of the
heavy rainstorm, t
The. Prade in Balboa was
flooded from curb to curb
aklng. it difficult for drivers
sloshing through the rain. Dia Diablo
blo Diablo -Road was jalso drenched
with floods reaching up to the
lumber sheds. t L
' ?5d Jaiilr!T' A1-;
maqutn
feet higher than last
Xhurs-v
day.
Randolph Road
Dash Nets $75
Fine For Sailor
Two cases,' one of Speeding, and
a vagrancy charge were lodged
today in the Cristobal Magistrate's
Court. ...(' j
A Navy: enlisted man, Richard
S. Worlds, of Coco Solo was fined
$25 'for speeding at 75 miles an
hour on Randolph Road where the
maximum, limit is; 40 miles an
hour. The incident: occurred Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon,.' f 7
'David A. Coggins) 19,.' Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, was given a five-day sus suspended
pended suspended sentence and placed on
one. year probation after he was.

found guilty of vagrancy in themot everyone ha.d good coorddn-

KamDow city commissary. It was
his first offense.

Brooklyn: Church ; Padlocked
Lest It j Be 'Battleground'

NIC W YORK: Jnl ItlPUA
rnrtni.
Episcopal church wa shut oown
yesteraay at th end. of a serv-
ice attended by a police squad
called in to prevent vioieuct'. xiie
oishop of Long Island ordered the
ctosing to eni the 13-year use of
the church as a sLbattleground.
t xou t mas 3 a gooa omeies
out Jfiotte. eggs," glared Uie
WW.j
u Hit- VH M wwh mm
viduals, how au they kt along
at groups? If Chruiiaa. people.-
caat let along taen the whole
wwa vi t -I
: neimau S. fcidener
announced the etosinz of the Ho
Vaar filn CThiiFch ol thm Holv TriDtV.
. -w -r . 1
ty at the end of a service at which
Amencan rnenosnip, naa
been Tebuked by churcii officiala
, t.:. r- 1
......
The aandstone Tjighsh' UotMe
buildings then were ciosed. locked
and wired with burglar alarais.
neiirrci Does ana lemmas.
"Tl:e yl priest I-jTiows 'Bis
f -nj. S"iner awt. inn, is

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Foreign Vessels

From Vladivostok

Drunken Driving Incidents
End In $100 'Fines For Four

The Balboa police had a busy
.week-end apprehending drunk
cit uiivcia.
Four cases involving charges
of driving while intoxicated were
disposed of today in Balboa Mag
istrate's Court. Two of trie ae
fendants were Navy men from
the Harbor Defense Unit, one
was an Army Maintenance fore foreman
man foreman and the fourth is a Canal
Maintenance Division employe.
Gilbert J. Marcum, the 35
year-old Army employe wa
fined $100 and given a 10-day
Jail sentence, which was sus suspended.
pended. suspended. He was also placed on
one year probation. This was the
only case which involved a mi minor
nor minor accident. It occurred Satur Saturday
day Saturday night on Miraflores Bridge.
Matcum, a resident of Curun Curun-du,
du, Curun-du, pleaded guilty to the charge.
The Canal employe, William
H. Will, 35, was driving a car on
La Boca Road at 12:10 a.m. Sat Saturday
urday Saturday when he was picked up for
weaving on the road, and,later
charged- with drunken driving
JjflmiltecMtot e had-whea
Wiii a resident or crisioDai,
about 1U siassea or oeer i i"o
f Elks- Club, -topped off with one
at the Good weignoor par.
He told the arresting officer
that he knew he bad been
drinking too much and added:
"Tht's why I'm h e a ding
home." T
In court today the Mainten
ance Division employe said he
had been doing a lot of commu
tine recently, was not too fami
liar with his current Job and
"little nervous" as a results
He told tne JUdgec was u
exhausted. I didn't even finish
mv beer at the Good Neighbor
bar." He objected to casing me
usual blood-alcohol test, later
decided to submit to it, out
when he was taken to 'Gorgas
Hospital changed his mind a-
In court toaay ne oojcciea tu
na to the fineer-to-nose test
saying that he was not familiar
with tras type 01 less ana uut
ation. even wnen sooer.
Balboa Magistrate. John
n..n, i,lv. fin.l marlc
. i. 1.1.4 -..t. .. .....i..,
; Melish sipped eoffct with nis
lollowers'Jn the chiuch gymnasi-i
um after the service, but he had
little to say. 1
"This is a new development,"!
be said of the closing. "Needless
to say. I'm surprised. -I have no
comment." ;
, :;
meusa. ana m wiie lucnuai
both the S:30 communion scrvica;

L.Al" jJZZZA AlTlPHf Ml Hllll

mh Ui; VUIU Ult IIIC IWV iuiuiuuv
in from rSidener but there was
little show friendship 'between'
the two men as -there was. two
wci;e P.v. wa
0Ver the pulpit from Melish under
a court order. '.'
Tt vn -a nrvTolih naHshiADer1
- tr- a 1
who knocked Sidener down at a!
Rev. Jamer r.. ue woue nn
Uy stepped in after pro Meiish!
. l.ij j:

iat the church Friday wrni at, 85. was drivmg the official piaa
which the former bead of .the left-up east m Bruja
wfiig Amaricaa Youin Congress d JrS.
was tha main speaker Hw p eiTnH,4Ld

iuro ui peace 01 tne cnuixa
and I cannot tolerate the church
edifice bemt used as a
battle,

IMDEPEWDEWT

Let the people know the truth and the

? ; PANAMA, R. P.,
U :U
Demlng told the defendant that
this was a standard test for so sobriety
briety sobriety used all over the States.
In reply to a statement that
he had bloodshot eyes, Will
stated that his eyes are always
bloodshot.
Said the Judge: "It is obvious
you had been drinking and were
driving in an erratic manner.
At the station you also stagger
ed and had trouble passing the
tests. I find you guilty."
, Will was fined $100 1
-The last cases heard today in involved
volved involved two Navy enlisted men,
James M. McCall, 22, charged
with drunken driving and Harry
R. Campbell, 20, charged with
permitting It. Both are station stationed
ed stationed at Ft. Amador and' were
fined, $100 each.
Police reported that McCall
was driving a car while Intoxi Intoxicated
cated Intoxicated on Bruja Road on the west
bank Saturday night. The police
car was parked on the side of
the road to assist another 'driv
er who was fixing-' a tire and
had nd lights-tm -his ewn-car!.-
.The arresting officer said that
he saw McCall stop nis car ana
pull up" behind the policeman's
car.' He waved him on, hut mc
call did not move. Then the po
liceman said; he blew his whistle
loudly several time j ana stiu
the car remained fixedn "the
snot.
Finally, the policeman heard
a clash of gears and saw the car
lean across the road diagonally.
. Blowing his whistle again,, the
policeman nnaiiy sioppea me
car. He asked McCall. for his
driver's license.
When the "sailor could not
produce one,- his front-seat
rider, Campbell, preferred his
in exchange saying: "That's
my license, it's good enough
for him." i 7
Two passengers were in the
back of the car, one passed out
on the floor and another sitting
up asleep. The sailors said they
np .rtmtntr hack from a narty
in the Interior where they had
been drinking. 7; yi?
The pollpeman said that when
the car finally stopped ... he
thought the men were trying to
mill -witch on him.. He said
McCall slid over to theside of
the other man's seat, ana Camp Campbell,
bell, Campbell, opened his door to get out
a check revealed that red-
, headed Campbell was the owner
nf thi rgr Toda he was charg-
ed "with allowing an lntoxicatea
person, todrWe Hls.car,. ana
fined $100. Th tailor lmmeai-
ately filed aotlaf ol .appeal A
McCall's $100 H?
drunken ivtt fh"?'-.
dltion, J ?e topttai rf Wt ten-.
W without
Mt
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, 7
M f AMVafTAri 1
111 jiuiiviiiiviir
iPickup .Collfjion V
f- i s k Mm.
7 a. head-on collision yesterday 0
Bn,ji Road oetween an
Navy pickup truck and a private
,tationwagon resulted in injuries
to three Americans, The front ends
jof both vehicles were demolished
!m the accident which occurred at
about 10:10. p.m. H i
..
- According to t pwice
M.w Oiif JOSeOtt Si.
rsport.
Radi'lski,
trestmeat.
The case is still vnder Investiga
tion by police but no charges have

HB OAllY

ceuntry U emfe -4lruWin Lincoln.

MONDAY, JULY 22, ,1957

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LIBERA CE'ST MOTHER BEATEN Mrs. Trances Liberace, 65,
tells hej famous sons, George. (left) and Lee Llbrace, how she
was beaten by two hooded men who accosted her in the ga ga-rage
rage ga-rage of her Sherman Qaks, calif., home. Mrs. Uberace suffered
" rib fractures,
j
Homes Of Liberace, Brothers
,- ., ... 7 .-(.'.-.iff t. .-.if '' -.- :'

UnderAVstch ByJVnhcdJGuards

HOLLYWOOD. July 22 (UP)-!
Armed guards today maintained a
close watch at the homes of pia pianist
nist pianist Liberace and his two broth brothers
ers brothers to prevent any further viol
ence -against meniDers 01 me iam iam-ily.
ily. iam-ily. '. ;
Liberace hired the guards, in in-clndins
clndins in-clndins a personal bodyguard, yes
terday in the wake, of the myiteri-
ous, beating of tne pianist s eiaer eiaer-ly
ly eiaer-ly mother, Mrs'. Frances Liberace
Casadonte.
Police beTieved that two hood
ed men who beat Mrs. Casadonte
Thursday rnUut were waiting in
the garage for Liberace to return
home. The men were hiding in the
garage and pounced on Mrs. Ca Casadonte
sadonte Casadonte as she started to dump
some trash.,
The victim wis hospitalized with
severe bruises and a possible frac
tured rib. She was reported in
"good condition" and expected to
h ahl to return home this week.
L "We think the two masked men
wr looKma lor sLdDerice nu
turiMui nn his mother instead," the
entertainer's attorney, John R. Ja
nh Jr. .said. "We can t wae a
Favorite Escort
Of Princess Meg
Sent To Cyprus
LONDON, July 22 (UP) -Lord
Patrick Beresford,, favorite escort
n Prinresi Maraaret iiuring tne,
current season has-been transfer-
'red to Cyprus in a move expeci-
ld to .report, that, the, might
move epeti-i
He is the second of the Prin
cess' ooyirienos to oe sent a a-rn
rn a-rn tirnt was Group Lapt.
LPeter' Townsend who was named'
Air Attache at the nriuan cniDi-
sy in brusseis wneu. news 01
romance filled .ine
nmns.
nns.' .. .. 7 . ,w.
Beresford's "exue prouBm u
l4 mmment ITOm tne LfOnuou
Daily Express today that "being
trinnri af the Pnncess seems to

be a qualification these days for, knocked her husband out in a broke and hungry when he ar ar-a
a ar-a ticket to far off places." struggle He" said he threw the rived ia Tampa in July, 1954. He

The 23-year-old tferesioro, near-
ly four years Margaret junior
is a lieutenant in the Royal Horse K
r.nnrri. ri?iment. BnUsj sources
saia his assignment aooara wUl,
olva a nalace rjroblem since con
stant association of hii aame with
the Princess has caused acute em
barrassment.-
Stocks Active,
Steady To Firm
- vrttw tL -n t'p
NEWt yorr, lrj
itocss openen aa w nrm 10
mm. . i
moderately acuvo J""""'-
Railroad issues, best oerronners
in a declming mane: last weea,
registered small net gsini Chrys
ler.rose 1-2 to 1 14 o 1,200.
Bethlehem had a small fain in
.the steels on 2,000 shares. Eenne-

NEWSPAPER

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chance. Any member of the fami
ly may .be jin danger.".
The guards were ordered to
maintain a 24-hour vigil at Liber Liber-ace's
ace's Liber-ace's home where the eating took
place. Guards also were posted
ivuuu u t- iiuiut-. m ueorge uo-
erace and Rudy Liberace 12 hours
a day,
US Civic Councils
To Meet Governor
Wednesday P.M.
Gov." W. E. Potter will meet
with officers of the U.S. Civic
Councils in the Administration
Building on Wednesday.-
The meeting. oostDoned frrir.i
last month, will begin at 2 p.m.
m me Hoard room.
The Governor Is exoet-ted to
discuss the inauguration of free
Dus service for eligible children
starting in September.

Cops Tracing Suitcase Addict
Think, Had Sbeppard Clothing

DELAND; Fla., July 22 (UP) and sister-in-law. All have defend defend-Police
Police defend-Police checking the murder com ed Sbeppard against charges he

Tession of a Barcoocs-adaicteoi
convict searcned tooay- ior. a earo-

he stuffed with the -clothes be "Court of Last Resort," spon-' war efforts committee of the. E E-Moodied.
Moodied. E-Moodied. beating Mrs. Marilyn sored bv Artosy magazine and gyptian customs administration
Sbeppard to death three years headed by mystery writer Erie pulled alongside.
ago. : ' Stanley Gardner. Experts said Committee members boided the

Donald Joseph wedier, 23, torn
authoritles he pawned the
sun-,
case in Tampa shortly after the
slaying. A United Freu corre
spondent triced the suitcase to
bar an grill in Tampa where ex;
bartender Charlie Pierce said he
found "rust spots' on the clothing,
when he examined it.
W.dU rUim. h k IImI VI r I
sheppard in ber fashionable lake
frnn. home 'JuW a. 1954. end
murder weapon, an, angular piece
of pipe," into Lake Erie. -' 1
pr. Samuel Sheppard, convicted
of rus wue s muraer, claims a
bushy -haired intruder broke into;
th? touse, killed Mrt. Sheppard
and then knocked him out. The
murder weapon never has beeaj
found. --.".' I
Shecoard will be liven a lie de.
tector tes this week.- As a result,
Ohio authorities have decided to1

postpone a tnp here to question' whereabouts probably passed en
Wedler. They want to lean tha with the tavern owner who died
results of Sheppard's first be dt-ria 1965. ., .1

tector test before they determine!
whetner t proceed with the newf
v?ucui;i iv vi
jevctiaatioa.
Dr. Samuel 1. Gerber,' Cut a-!
k,. ri mMmr ,a t riaJ
- ei,ni k, nj t,brve the results
- 0f tB Sbeppard lie test and then
IdecMe what to do. Yesterday.'
Gerber asktd to be allowed te
conrtuct his ewa be test of Shep

i

Rebel Tribes

Threaten Rich

Oil Holdings

LONDON, July 22 CUP)
sending troops and planes

Muscat and uman whose oil-rich sheikhdom near th
southern border of Saudi Arabia is threatened by rtbef
tribes. v 4

The war office said a

of the Cameronians was alerted at Bahrein on the Persian

bult and was expected to fly
norm or tne trouble center
The Royal Air Force

and Hunter jet fighters up from Aden to aid the Suftarf
in his fight against the rebels. The Roval Naw a It a wn.

understood ta have sent a
flag." 1
The sheikhdom is one
along the Persian Gulf
Britain Is bound by treaty to
aid the Sultan and is under obli obligation
gation obligation to protect his territory, a-
Against external intervention. There
are no British-controlled frbtes ia
thet. area "but reports received in
Bahrein, Britainrs big oil port in
the Persian Gulf, said British-officered
troops of the Sultan's pri
vate army were lighting tne re-
Deis.
Sources here said the uprising
was probably triggered by support-
ert of the exUed imam (reugious
leader) of Oman who two years
ago was expelled from the coun
try by the Sultan for setting up
an independent opposition regime
based on Nizwa.
It is believed the Imam took
refuge in neighboring Saudi Ara Arabia.
bia. Arabia. Sources here said Saudi Ara Arabia
bia Arabia was "possibly" involved in
the rising. They pointed out that
Nizwa is only 120 miles south-east
of Buraimi which king Saud claims
as his territory.
British and American oil com
panies were reported drilling in
the affected territory.
Tne Oman sultanate area is es
timated at about 82,000 square
miles with a 600,000 population,
mostly Arabs. The capital's popu
lation, nowever, is composed main-
lulled his wife. I
. weaier underwent a ue test
that Wedler either was telling the
truth or was convinced he was;
telling the truth when he con-
fessed he killed pregnant Mrs.
Sheppard.
Gardner
flew to .New York
ti
from" hew.
and planned to go
Columbus
InnlAmu, tj, npMtir,
tnr thm nnsctimtina nf OiMmrH
who U in prifon there.
' Wrflir tnM official h
said he went to the Ocean View

ChU wher be pawned his suit-! GENEVA. July 22 (UP) The
case. United Press -Staff Corre1'new Aga Khan and the widow of

spondtnt Robert McNeill traced,

the trail of "the black-gray suit,) rived home from the old Aga't
case with a vtripe around H tOifanera. at -Aswsn, 1 Egypt, ia a

ex-bartendei Pierce.
- Pierce recognized a photograph
of Wedlei and said, he gave the
yount man a olaca to sieen and
fed aim. He remembered seeing'
the suitcase bat admitted its,
Piere said Wedler waa eaught
attempting to rob a Tampa cafe
Uter and that be and the tavern
owner went .through the pawaed
um tw .,,.-... mb.i
taiaed nolo shirts, underwear and

other cfothiag that bad "rust spots Syria to. alaeato tO.000 Isn J
all ever them." M of terns who acclaimed kirn tre
Pierre later snoke to Wedler ea'new Aaa before his fathers J

.the telephone from Tampa and:

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- 1 .r

"... m

-73
.A.',
v .7:
- Britain disced if-J
today to support tht Sultan of
comoanv of Scott Hiahlnndiiii
today to Sharjauz, 200 iniW
in Oman. 7&77
was reported flvina Vamnir

sloop to Muscat to "show thi! 7

frm h
of.several British protectorate?
, '....,,, ::
77,'..,

ly of Vidians, BalucWs and
greet.
The present Sultan is said Bis
Taimiir, 47, Jwho ucedadta the--,
title la 1932 as the 13th pi his dy
nasty. 1 1
t .C0Bdu;fe mainly wittf
Gulf states. There are no iadus.
ny IP'Portenee but ;biff
oil finds are forecast.

Israel

Tests
.. a.

ACnA'0' typt3iAy22 upjii
A Danish vaMl under charter ta
larsnl arrivad ,t th. futrnl
ntranee af the StMt Canal tC
day te test Egypt's blockade
rh waterway. a r
Th'ipJ & 35Won B"itte"
Toft, docked at Suez and was board
fL11?,-1! by Eyptia:cut- l
wms officials for an inspection Of 1
its papers and cargo. 5
There was no immediate worn?
on whether they, would allow the
vessel to go through. --j
The vessel, carrying a cargo Of
Hc, fPr from Burma lo
Haifa, is known to be on-Egypt'
blacklist for ships under chart
to Israel. -ir

-,"nen tnc niP docked, flyiag a1
wwan nag, a launch earryinr
snip ana stayed tor several hours.
fe
vessel was the first major1
ship- to use the Gulf of Aqaba aad
Israel's newly-developed port --of
Eilat. 7.
Aga IV. Begum
Arrive Home
From Funeral
: C W'
tne old ismai'i Moslem. leader ai
and weary. . ;
The new Agt 20-year-old Prince
Karim, and tne Beguaa, widow of
his grandfather, went directly tt
the family villa at Versou wbrrt
the eld Aga died It days ago.
.Twe other members of the fa tU
ly, Karim's y e a g e r broth
Amya, and his. uncle, SadrudJ
were due to arrive acre Montis.
Xaria's father, Aly Kaaa. Cr
to Beirut from Cairo ea route 1
was read rsming Karica as tha

1

BT'7

expeaed to attend.

the rule of order. The

opposite ground,"

de Wolf wroie

beea tiled.

cott firmed ia the cop peri.

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r.inSTftRAMOtis PHILOSOPHY

'I".', Aguadulce, Panama
iTW

'T'The rattlepates of the" churches of the world are now seek seek-ll
ll seek-ll f fir, t.h neresnarv excuse to satisfy their own desires

Thev arc very similar to the cleistogamous which have flowers

wnich ao noi open ana are tnuwiu num t-uu
1 The Urength of their oi-iginal philosophy Is now fed by deca decadent
dent decadent means and methods to seek to find a cure for something
Which could already be c ured If they would but open their eyes.
The cure has been here for many years but negligence is also

here. Thf( leaders are not nuc& auierni in u e
The wonderous tachings of the so-called Christian religions
Kav. finniiv reached an empiric climax. Where their theories

and cumulations have finally fostered noUitog. JWticiiuy
they have proven themselves correct but have failed to convince

other as to tneir own seuisn wcctn.
Religious philosophies seem to be based upon a .preference
of color. One is given the liberty to exercise the beneilcence of
love and charity unto his color alone. Othr groups and entitles
are possibly a stepping itone to overcome, to perhaps fight, and
to prove worthy of a vindication of one's ego to be proud that

I am a white man; ana no a mny niggei! sjuvh vmauwj i
ilgious sanction shall forever keep the twain apart. Can we
oossibly recognize our own earthlings as being something oir oir-ferent
ferent oir-ferent flust as we are) but who play an advantageous roi in
the scheme of each of oar lives. Has our religion become so
decadent as to kill the very roots Of our progressive heritage?
We preach the Inalienable rights of mankind.

The very word or unrist nas Decumt a u
It has brought a hoped-for end to many peoples miseries ana
has lifted others, to heights beyond compare. Por .others the
ppwer was used to subjugate the masses; a power and tyranny
voted- for by the very believers in Him who felt, and knew.--'Chis
Is our answer.' Yet, existing Christianity has bred many
,ttr nu,i nrvnf.iri them. Prottress dictates that when one

. l.! i. -r.i. than r.;tll ru a.nother waltim. fio it Will be

... VAWtACUft 0 - - -

until the world wears ouw
i People spend too much time in saving their souls, in order
t6 Inherit a Utopia in the hereafter rather than in bettering

tv.eir ov tt nit (onoitions in learmna now w uve, uuw

nf fif art

Wnat Is progress but a belief in a philosophy which uses
the mores of life, which is religion, to conform to the existing
situations" while giving an Insight into something better and
greater than what we now know. May the light never die that

1 gives tnat incentive into uie ress ocmuu uim pi""-
failures and eventual accomplishments. The seed of life grows.
People will not stop. Wars between people have given economic
"'gains it has given progress. The very necessary lust for man mankind's
kind's mankind's dpsires has dethroned many an emperor and dictator.

How is it that Christianity can fight on both sides? it gains

the plaudits of the winners and weakens its own strength by

appearing to love the vanquisnea.
For all the "equal justice under law." For all the "equal, but
separate rights necessary for the honest growth of an individ individual,
ual, individual, a larsta seement of -our population has been cruelly deprived

,61 their so-called Christian rights for the furtherance of their

. own survival as well as building up their ability to be a benefit
to other.
Sincerely,
M. R. Crewe

Labor Npws,
And
Comment

By VICTOR RUSIL
That fashionably modem nation
al AFL-CIO headquarters in Wash'

ington, which soothes its employes
with canned music, may soon can

some ol its field organizers lor
rufflinc the nerves of labor's high

command.

Thata field organlzart, whs
themselves have called many a
strike, may be put out af tb
AFL-CIO for launching a union
of their own, adopting ths namo
of tha Fiald Roproaantativos Pod
oration, hiring s lawyer and se secretary
cretary secretary planning a convention
which moy dacida to pictot AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO headquartari all over tha U.
S. if denied recognition.

With summertime whimsy, fate

has reversed casting for the na

tional labor leaders and their
help is giving them enough head headaches
aches headaches to qualify the unionists for

memDcrsnip in me American mw

agement Assn.

The non-clerical union employes

are restless. They want a union of

their own. borne time ago tney or

aanized one quietly. They got so

much response tnat tney printed
ud membership cards for the U

nion of Union Employes. Their bos bosses,
ses, bosses, acting like any garden varie

ty employer. louna out ana pipea

word out that any union technician

or organizer joining this union

would be fired.

This Union of Union Employes
died quickly though it had real

nroinise. There, are 10.000 such

employes in the nation's labor of

fices, it would nave made a strong

international outfit, despite its re

latively small size.

Its organizers were surprised

when they discovered tnat mere
were only 10.000 such workers and

thought that perhaps some unions

were concealing the actual figures.

iBut research revealed that more

than 50,000 local unions have no
clerical help or paid officials. But

the 10.000 iicure was a ffood e

nough base, they thought. Their

chiefs thought differently.

.''Whose Idea Was It to Stand Up and Be Counted?"

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Weekly iiillnrs of twelve pmenter, ships to New
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CtfSTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2W4

The union was abortive, but the

idea didn't die with it. About a

year ego, the national AFL CIO
headquarters organizing staff be

gan planning a union because it
had grievances just like the or

dinary morta.s they unionized on
the "outside." There were about

250 such national AFL-CIO orgs

nizers.

They developed some mighty
human resentments whan their

genial chief showed some buai buai-'
' buai-' itessman-like tmtinsto. Hi want want-ad
ad want-ad sfficiency. H developed -an
efficiency rating of nio own. He
wanted results namely now
, members. In the outsidi world,
they'd call it production.

Jack Livingston, AFL-CIO direc director
tor director of organization, was slightly

miffed when he learned that one

organizer derided he wouldn't
work on Saturdays you know, a
five day week is the vogue. An Another
other Another organizer goofed off on an
assignment by holing up in a motel
for a week and sending in reports
on devoted activity to the cause.

Some of the goofers-off were laid

off.
But some of the AFL-CIO field
men had real gripes. Shortly af after
ter after the merger of the two great
labor outfits, the national head

quarters instituted a differential
system in per diem allowances for

nortnern ana soutnern organizers
for which any employer would
find himself in labor's deep freeze.
Southern organizers were paid less1
than the northern gladiators. j

ptis ft

.MiiyviAsiiraorj
Werry-Go-Roowd

r HW flAttOW

WASHINGTON One of the

most skillful Jobs of Senate maneu

vering in years hss been done by

sen. pick Husseu of Georgia

ahd southern leaders in the civil
rights debate.;. Even before this

week's vote to take lo the bill, the v

had come close to aranging priv

ate aeais oy wnicn tney should
win about v 80 per cent of 1 their

points.

Southern leaders still havs two

opponents: Vice President Nixon

03 one side, and am embattled

group of northern liberals led bv

Sun, Paul Douglas of IUin j-s on
tne other.

Week-End Pitfalls
By BOB RUARK

I have given up quite a few ly and keep you up late. Poison ivy

things since I have become older

and acbier "-things like spirited

tennis. Horseback riding, maratnon

running, mountain climbing and

the courting ol young ladies 'half

my age. I now propose to give up
another dangerous irritant, the

week-end with friends in the coun

try.

The newfangled superhighway
which was designed to prevent
congestion, teems to have, boon
canceled out by tha super mo motorcar,
torcar, motorcar, owned by apparent mil millions
lions millions of tupei-eacapeas from the
larger super-ciHea. If you have
keen reading; the papers or rid riding
ing riding the roads, you know that tto
ola-fashioned standstill traffic
block is at ill with us and that
people who try to outsmart rush
hours think exactly alike, creat creating
ing creating the tarns congestions at off off-hours.
hours. off-hours. In times Past I have had 'defi 'definitely
nitely 'definitely poor ruck week-ending," both
on the roads and with my hosts.
The hosts are fine in town, but out
in their manicured sticks they al always
ways always have some dangerous pas pastime
time pastime designed to get you up ear-

and ragweed abound, and there is

always a solid recipe for falling off

a corse or into the water.
Apart from climate and SDort.

plus transportation, the two most
dangerous aspects of the Week Weekend
end Weekend are food and booze. Ordinarily-sound
woh es of Wall Sth. and
preyers on widows and orphans

suffer from a delusion of being
good outdoor chefs, and I have
eaten enough charred corn, under

done chicken and burned meat-

all drenched in garlic to wreck

we Digestion oi an osincn.

The salad-makers, male, are

particularly offensive. Under suffi

cient alcohouc stimulus, they are

far worse than women about mix

ing dressings compounded of axle
grease, garlic, old dandelions and

all the herbs from anise to thyme.

No less a sinner than Ike Eisen

hower has come up suddenly with

recipe which employs nasturti

um leaves, which will beat the Re

publicans next trip, if all else fails.

It 1 sonly one short and dirty

They exploded. They ran to the

brass. Tney said it was a wierd
thing to be doing exactly what they

blasted industry for doing. The or

der was finally rescinded.
But some oi the organizers were

told that the AFL-CIO budget Just

couidn t take such a pay load. It

isn't generally known but the na

tional AFL-CJO headquarters is the

poor relative of ths big, wealthy

unions.

There were other grievances I

just like on tne outside. Organizers

found themselves suddenly sauted

to areas far away from their

homes. There wasn't enough "mov

ing money" for setting the family

up in new clues. Tney nad no real

job security and could be fired, as

tome were, without anyone figh fighting
ting fighting for them. In some instances,
they were blamed for incompet

ence but really couldn't do much,

especially in uc wave of the bit-

! ter public reaction to the Senate

hearings.
Finally, a few months ago. lab

or's high command discussed the

right ol the organizer to launch
their own union. The AFL-CIO Ex

ecutive Council taid that these
men already were members of u-

mons.
Just like Oeercn Moony, a
Numbers Union card carrier, na national
tional national secretary troeouror Bill
Schnitzler, s Baker, and organis organising
ing organising director Living (ton, on Auto
Union official, on leave. But the'
erganiieri orguod that tney
went AFL-CIO employes, draw drawing
ing drawing their pay from the national
hooaauortort and had the rightt
of ovttido citizens. They coo Id,
they insisted, organise a anion
Some AFL-CJO Council members
said. "Let's tire ths ktsden."
Others did what bow comet na naturally
turally naturally ts them when they are la

j a quandary. They taid "Let George

do & meaning let's pass lae
buck ta AFL-CIO chief Meany.
Then some national labor cniefs

began ta call Hesny and urge

him ta reject the union af amon or organizers
ganizers organizers because this union thing
mijht catch an and tt might spread
ta the other 13.000 employes.
And there tt is. right ts Messy's
lap. Do omos employes have a

right to ioia a ttnioa of their awa
choosiaj?

Drinks have MORE LIFE with
PIN-POINT CARBONATldN
Here's the difference between Canada Dry Water and
ordinary club todaa... carbonated tap waters:
Pln-PolRt Carhonotien milliona of tinier bubbles that
keep tall drinks sparkling and lively to tha last sip.
IxcluaWs PorwMila-Bcientincally developed and laboratory-controlled
to ptWrW up the flavor of your drink.
SaaclaJ racasolng -water used ia epecUriy treated and
multi-filtorod to aaaure purity, balance and clarity.
Superior Graallty-rigidly maintained from bottle to bot bottle,
tle, bottle, froca day to day, the world over.

tig Ionia 15 Plus deposit

frfep away from cooking In fancy
hats and bo-mottood aprons to
fancying yourself as tour do
force in the new drink department.

A msn I know named Stewart
was forced to move from Bucks
County, Pennsylvania, to an is island
land island in the San Francisco Bay

unanimous request because
of a magnificently vile punch which

comaiuea woiiDane, deadly night nightshade
shade nightshade and dried salamanders in
addition to gin, brandy,, cherry
cordial, mint leaves, apples, did

um poovs, essence oi sweatsmrt,
champagne and creme de menthe.

ur, at least, so it tasted, And this
man had sense enough to become
a self-made -millionaire when he

was about nine.
This man pleasant enough in
the city also had a deadly game
called "seeing the property." In Innocent
nocent Innocent guests were led around in
darkest night, falling into stresms,
being chawed by briars, fatally

attacked by imported cobra's and
maddened tigers called Great Da Danes,
nes, Danes, while the host chuckled and
jumped over the tough barriers
which he knew by heart.

Nixon, who sees the huso nine nf

Negro votes almost within Repub

lican v grasp, is determined that

there be no throw-awav on civil

ngius.; as result, ne nas arous aroused
ed aroused the undvine enmitv nf southern

Senators. They say privately that

uiey can get along with ; Nixon's

leiiow uaiifornun, Bill Knowhnd
Only last January Knowland vot
ed with them on the endinar nf fill.

busters, and they expect him to

But Nixon if tougher.. The hit-

teruess against him ;s Intense. Mc-

amra oi Aiicnigan, Clark of

x'ennsyivania. Paxtnrn nf RhnrU u.

land, .Neuberger of Oregon, now
find themselves led by a man they
have always opposed, Senator

Anowiann. ur u he Compromises,
then they may have to go over to
Nixon, a -man they have opposed
even more. For years they fought
for civil rights when the going
was really tough, Now they find
the play taken away from them by
GOP Johnnies-come-lately v
7 SHREWD SOUTHERN
MANEUVERS

3. Voting rights only Southern
leaders also want the language of
the civil rights bill confined strict strictly
ly strictly and solely to the protection of
voting rights, and they, have lined
up enough backstage votes among
Republicans so that this compro compromise
mise compromise hiay pass too. GOP Sen. Karl

Mundt of South Dakota was pick.

eo by southern leaders ta anea

neaa mis compromise.

All this hanoened before tha etow'

11 rights bill itself came up for

aeoaie.

WASHINGTON PIPELINE ,t

Meanwhile, here are the hrwd

moves made by southern leaders

io strip tne emi rights bill iwt to
a skeleton even hefara th

11 . --' V.i

uepsie got started,

1. Jury trial Sen. Lvndnn .Tnhn.

- Y

son or rexas has a jury-trial a
mendment just about tied up in
blue ribbons. A eood man'v Sa.

publicans and several northern
Democrats are secretly rnrlv in

wipe out trlal-by-judge in case a
judge's Injunction is violated, and
substitute trial-by-jury in many
cases trial by-white-jury.

2. Other civil riohtx Th; u

oecuon a oi tne mil which nh-u.

es all civil rights, not mru v,.t.

ing rights, and would include the,

eniorcement of school desegreg)
tion.

Oregon's Sen. Wivne-JWor 1.

ri.uiuu um iu uibkc me com commissioner
missioner commissioner of Internal v Revenue
completely nonpolltical, serving a.
15-year term. Morse says Internal
Revenue has been in politics up
to the armoits. He susnr. it iha

been threatening Negro Congress

man aqidi way ion roweil- with
tax prosecution to make him side
against Hell's Can von. rPnwir.

three secretaries hav hn irh.

er convicted or indicated on, kick kickback
back kickback charges.) i. Many members
of the American, Bar Association
ire skeptical about tha ta

tions to be charged by their col col-leagues
leagues col-leagues for expenses -of thai r trin

to London. By attending the Lon London
don London meeting of the Bar Associa-

uu, many, members Intend to
charge off their transatlantic tray
ehng expenses as businex

pense. Then they can take a hinh.

er vacation in Eurnn w .i

nothing. Big question marfe with

.u.iic lawyers is now tne Treasury
will rule on this laiw nwn..

General Brownell has alre.dy gone
to London.. It was "just one year
go that Governor Knight of Cali.
fornia was doing his best to block
the nomination of s.n nni

- wui i"U W-
land. Pohtica makes stranga bed-

MERRY 60 ROUND

snt EiserioWf. f nfiGc-Vr
ck RusSeU haVe!noV dut

Presidei

gia's Did

a lot of support from this part of

me Diui-'jurer juicr low the senate
this would permit ttie Federal Gov Government
ernment Government to force segregation en
the south with bayonets, the Pres President
ident President announced that he didn't
'participate in drawing up the ex exact
act exact language of the proposals" and
that his only obiective was "t. nr..

vent anybody illetrallv from

fering with any individual's right

Eisenhower obviniuilv v r.'f

familiar with his own nnwa 'a

19 .M..UJ,. a,....:..aJ Ala. President, nor hadn't Parl thj, Sv.

night, there was water polo and J ? w.hlc5 h d
ho. ho "touch" footbaU bv wweration in Congress for two

years and under active debit for
nine months. He didn't know, a a-mong
mong a-mong other things, that as Presi President
dent President he has always the right to
send troops into any part of the
United States, and that in this half

ceuiury other president hav- t.r.t

inem into portions of the south

ivtnrrf sJatsa HI u liahf irAn.iawaii

Irish jumpers after lunch, a n d
parlor games in the evening which
generally wound up with somebo-j

dy riding a fully-laden butler down

iwu iiiKuio vi aiairs.
The city's the place for the
week-end, with all thi chumps
out of town, restaurants and
theaters uncluttered, taxis avail available
able available and cabbies polite, no sun sunburn
burn sunburn and no poison, ivy.
And best of all, no long voyage
home. You hit the office fresh on

a Monday morn, and before Ions

you have been made chairman of clear that military power wilt not

the board. be used to enforce civil rights,

Ike's confusion about the "exact
language" of the bill has bolstered
Russell's charge that the bill is

an example of cunning draughts

minship," and has helped another

proposed compromise. Many north

ern leaders now agree that tlie bill
should not pass unless It makes

New England State

Antwsr ta Pravfoug Puxxla

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21 Falsehoods -24
Arrow poiaon
U Diving bird x

17 Everlasting

.(poet)

41 Weights
of India
44 Petty quarrel.
4 Small island
47Accomplisher
41 Abstract

being

40 Stage whisper M Blackbird
41 Scope of cuckoo
42 Unit of. y:: -family
energy 12 Qualified

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Gen. To McAuliffe, the heroie
officer who said "Nuts!" to the
Germans at the Battle of The
Bulge, surrendered to the Army
KSiuU '""M11 before Congress
St '"fy fr n Army air air-Lft.
Lft. air-Lft. But when his old cowrade,
SLHW1 T"ylor' testifie'1
I a ik.Tony now Xtired, was a
good soldier, stuck with the Army
brass... Later MeAuiiffau,,-.,..

Ralph Cox, small air-line execu.

S2,,:" "B W testify
while I do not agree with the
V'1W. exoressed by Gen.: Taylor, I
atill consider it unwise and VtilJ
;L,iitempt c?ntrdict i:n on
m addifton,to4f WUson and Adl
Ra.dfor'. concudes that av av-ailable
ailable av-ailable airlift for tha i... ...

neient, it- seems hopeless -to at attempt
tempt attempt a different note."

Secretary Benson has a eift far

picking assistants who antagonize
farmers. One of his first assistants
in 1953, John Davis, made a sneech

to farmers saying "When are you
farmers going to get off the nun.

lie teat?'7 His new assistant sec

retary, Don Paarlberg, made a
speech at Middlebury, Conn., Aug.
12, 1955, telling farmers they were
in "a dream world which no one
expected to last." .. In Septem September,
ber, September, 1955, he was quoted as call calling
ing calling the farm depression a "statis "statistical
tical "statistical depression." ... Earlier, in
Chicago in 1951, he told farmers:
"Price supports for farm products
are based on the assumption that
a dollar ia worth more in the one

ket of a farmer than in the pocket

oi anyone eise. ..sen., Stuart
Symington of Missouri is leading
the attack on Paarlberg's confirm confirmation.
ation. confirmation. Two Republican ex -farmers
are on the committee to pass on
Paarlberg Sen. Ed Thye of Min.
nesota, an ex-chicken farmer, and
Sen. George Aiken of Vermont, an
ex nurseryman. Thev are rmrt.

ed to support Benson's choice,

OUR BIGGEST CARRIER
-This column t recently told the

inside story-of how Capt. Robert
Moore, skipper .of the USS Sara-
toga, spent 163,000 to redecorate it

tor JLisennower s overnight cruise.
Members of the Saratoga's crew

for mimeographed a thousand co-
pies of the column for distribution
aboard ship. When Captain Moore
got wind of it, however, the mi mimeographed
meographed mimeographed copies were confiscat confiscated.
ed. confiscated.

- Captain Moore strides the bridge
with a long cigarette holder clamp clamped
ed clamped between his teeth, is as sharp
a ship handler as the Navy has. :
But here ara some other incidents

taking place aboard the "Sara."

our biggest carrier, which create
a morale problem tha Navy might

well Investigate. ; J

Efficient Captain Moore onto

sent two bedspreads to -the ahio'a

laundry. .One came back mora

shrunken and fsded than the other.
Irked, Moore claimed he had sent
matching bedspreads to th laun

dry and confined the whole laun laundry
dry laundry crew to quarters for two days

until his wife discovered he had
sent the wrong bedspread ta tha

laundry.

Moore tried to take a shower ia

his eabia and found no hot water.
He summoned the chief engineer
and ordered him ta shut off tha
fresh water ta ths engineering
f sag's quarters. For four days,
some 700 mea couldn't taka a freih

water shower. .

Moore carefully preserves sis.

hires and dippings about hiBr hiBr-aelf
aelf hiBr-aelf in faaey phots albums. Ones,
a ship's photographer took a bad
picture of a cake-cutting cere me.
ay. Moore transferred the phots
graphic officer.

These are a tew af the tnf.

dents which explain why morale it

had aa ths Navy's biggest aarriar.

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Sep. Jfipvv Argues With e
On Overseas Trial Warning

By DICK WEST
WASHINGTON, July 22 (UP) -Rep,'
Frank T. Bow (R-Ohio) took
issue .today with President Eisen Eisenhowers
howers Eisenhowers warning that Bpw's pro proposal
posal proposal to bar foreign trials of U.S.
servicemen would threaten U.S.
security. ,
Bow, is the author of resolu resolution
tion resolution to require the .President to
renegotiate, or renounce the so:

called status of forces treaties

with other countries where Amer
lean troops are stationed. .,

Eisenhower said yesterday in a

letter to House Republican Lead

er Joseph W. Martin Jr. (Mass)
that such a step would "gravely
threaten our security, alienate
our friends tod. give "aid"; to- the

enemy. ,v,-:-; :v'.,, :.y.;
U.S. Vluntrtd A gr foment:

But iBaw said on the Dumont
telecast,. "Georgetown University
Forum,", that he did not know of
any nation that had demanded the.

right to try U.S. servicemen. He

2nd Dental Officer
Ai Kobbe Receives

,:r.

Capt. Jaihes R. Hagen, of the
Fort Gulick-Dental Clinic, re recently
cently recently "became the scond GuMck
dental officer In the past two
months' to receive his Regular

Army commission when he was
sworn in by Col. Gines Perei, Ar Army
my Army Atlantlo commander, in
Ceremonies Held in the Latter's
of fices at Fort Gullck. ,The first
Rgular Army commission went
to capt. William H. Radentz,
chief dental surgeon, Army At Atlantic,
lantic, Atlantic, in May.
Capt. Hagen, a native of Stan Stanley,
ley, Stanley, Wisconsin, entered the Ar-,
my as an enlisted man In 1940
and served on active duty until.
1945 when he was separated from
service -as a staff sergeant. He
then enrolled at Marquette Uni University
versity University in Milwaukee where he
obtained his DDS (Doctor of
Dental Surgery) degree in 1950. j
At the completion of his stud studies
ies studies Capt1. Hagen entered private

practice In his Home town. i
In February, 1956", Capt. Ha-(

and was stationed at Fort Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, .C;,iaa a dental officer.
Arriving In Panama in June
of this year, Capt. Hagen and
his wife, Joy, currently reside at
Fort Gullck. Both are avld radio
"hams' and have already tc
eeived their Canal Zone call let letters.
ters. letters. The captain has been slat slated
ed slated to take charge of the Fort
Gullck MARS (Military Affiliate
Radio Service) radio station, an
amateur radio' station operated
as a hobby by military personnel
during their off-duty hours. I

said the United States apparently

volunteered such agreements.

He said U.S.J troops stationed

abroad were there for the pro

tection of the host nation as well

as' for, the defense of the United

States..

Any nation that was "willing to
go behind the Iron Curtain" if it

could not try U.S. servicemen,
would not be a very valuable ally

'when the chips are down, bow
said.
. Strvicamtn Lot Rights
The congressman repeated his
claim that U.S. servicemen lose

some of their constitutional rights;

under the treaties which spell out

jurisdiction over crimes commit

ted by servicemen while serving

overseas.' "

He said the GIs either should
be tried, in American -courts or in
courts which "have all the safe safeguards"
guards" safeguards" afforded by U.S. legal

procedures,
Bow said he was especially in

fertsted in making Certain that

"the boy who may be innocent1

would have- this protection to pre
vent -possible miscarriages of jus

tices ';

10-Year-Old Keeps

Gelling In

With Firearms

CHICAGO, July 22 (UP)
Police, tired of answering calls
for a 10-year-old boy whose curi curiosity
osity curiosity keeps getting him into
trouble with firearms, searched
for his father today in an effort
to put an end to the youngster's
shoot-'em-up adventures.

Little Johnnie Spann Jr. wound

ed himself in the right thigh yes

terday when, he found a 22 cali caliber
ber caliber pistol under his father's pil

low while alone inthe house, po

lice said.. It went off and wounded
him in tbe leg.
Neighbors heard the shot and
called police.

. Three months ago, police said,
Johnie fired a pistol barrage out
a window just "to see if it was
working."
Two weeks ago, tbey said, he
plunked thre buttets into the

Spann kitchen ceiling.
"We figure this has gone far
enough," Detective Anthony
Prunckle said as be impounded
the pistol and put out an alert

for the father, Johnnie Sr.
'Oklahoma1 Aired
On Radio Moscow
IX)NDON July 22 (UP- Radio

Moscow entertained 1 1 s home
service listeners this" warm sum
mer day itn a Bolshoi Theater

presentation in Russian of "Oklahoma-"
The announcer-introduced

it v: at a "popular American
operetta." ;.. --'

' Today, Monday, July, 1
P.BL (, X"','
4:00 Feature Review

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queststaken by phono

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:30 New
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: 15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
:30 WRUL Rebroadcaat
7:00 Over To You j

7:30 VOA Report From U.B.;
8:00 Music By Roth
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:00-r-You Asked For It (re (requeststaken
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10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00 Sign Oft
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by phone tui 7:00)
7:30 Morninc Salon Concert

8:15 Church In The Wildwood

8: 30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News
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10:00 JENNIFER'S JOU R N A Ii

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12:30 Musical Travelog
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l:5 Forward March
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2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Songs From The Shows

3:00 Hank Snow And His Rain

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3:15 Sammy Kake Show
3:30 Music For Monday
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4:30 What's Your Favorite

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DAM THREATENS TO BURST This large earth-filed dam
on. the Almosa River threatened to burst after a breach was
discovered In It (bottom). Four hundred persons were being
evacuated from the town of Capulin, Colo., which lies below
the dam in a narrow canyon. Another 1,200 persons in nearby
' ' J towns are on the alert, for possible evacuation. y

Jersey Democrat Wants Party

To Run Warren For President

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Top Army Officers
To Gel Promotions

In Red Poland

f'BUNDLE OF; JOY?

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EDDIE FISHER, and DEBBIE RE T5 OLDS la theb first

ri trthr fell of love, sonrs. laarhs and sernrbn!

Se HDiOLE OF JOT? -on THIRSDAV 15 AT THE CEN CENTRAL
TRAL CENTRAL co-starring Adotphe Menjoa and Tammy Noonan.

WARSAW. July 22 (UP) -"Liberal"
Communist Party chief
Wladyslaw Gomullu will promote
a number of ranking military
officers including several who
were jailed with aim during
the Stalinist regime informed
sources said today.

They said Defensa Minister
Marian Spychalski, a major gen general,
eral, general, will be promoted to lieuten lieutenant
ant lieutenant general and several other
once-disgraced officers ill be
raised to general rank in cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies connected with the observ observance
ance observance of Poland's National Day

tomorrow.

Spychalski. was jailed along with
Gomulka as Titoist and was re released
leased released at the same time as the
party chief early last year. When

Gomulka took over the party last
October, Spychalski stood by him
and took over the armed forces.
The National Day ceremonies
win be concentrated in Poznan
scene of the June, 1956, riot that
led to the politic il upheaval of
last fau.

WASHINGTON, July 22 (UP)

A congressional uemocrat urgea
his party today to give "serious
thought" to nominating a Republi RepublicanChief
canChief RepublicanChief Justice Earl Warren

for-president jn 1960.

The proposal came irom ep,
Frank Thompson Jr. (D-NJ'. He
said Warren "is as much a Demo Democrat
crat Democrat as he is a Republican" and
would be "unbeatable" at the

head of a Democratic ticket.

As a possible vice-presidential

running mate for Warren, Thomp

son suggested sen. Jonn r Ken

nedy (D-Massi or Gov, Robert B.

Meyner of New Jersey, notn nave

been mentioned as possible uem
ocratic presidential nominees.
Praises Court Rulings
Thompson in a formal state

ment praised Warren for his role

in the Supreme court a rulings on

. ... t

racial integ ation or public schools

and other, recent controversial

"civil rights" issues. These rul rul-ines
ines rul-ines have brought Warren under

sharp fire from Southern Demo

crats,

Thompson defended Warren

against one of the most recent of

such attaeks. one leveled earlier

this week by Sen. Harry F. Byrd

(D-Va). ?

Thompson said thaf Byrd, Dem

ocratic political leader in Vir

ginia, is the head of "the South'

most effective and reactionary po

litical machine."

He rejected as "sheer dema-

goguerv" Byrd s description of

Warren as a "modern, day Thad Thad-deus
deus Thad-deus Stevens."

Such Footings "Indicative"
"But it is indicative of the feel

ings of many toward Warren,"

Thompson said. "To those who

would deny American citizens

their civil 1 i b e r 1 1 es and civil

rights, Warren has become an an anathema."
athema." anathema."
Thompson said Warren "has
led tl3 court back to a road of
constitutional liberalism remini remini-scent
scent remini-scent of FDR's days." He re

ferred to the late Presider

Franklin D. Roosevelt.

He said Warren will be 69 by

the time the next presidential

candidates will be chosen.

"Perhaps he has no desire to

run for office again, and perhaps
he will consider himself too old,"
Thompson said, but I suggest that
the Democratic Party give serious
thought to nominating Warren as

its next standard bearer."

4 Spanish Hikers
Killed By Car

SANTANDER, Spain, July 22

(UP) Four children were killed
and three injured -when a, car
plowed into a group of youngsters
on a hike -at Gama village last
night.

South lost no time about so

ing down. He trumped the sec

ond ciud, played on round of

trumps, entered dummy with
the king of hearts, discarded
two hearts on the ace and king
of spades, led a heart to his ace
and played the Jack of hearts.
South hoped to trumn that

card In dummy but West ruined

everything by ruffing with the
eight-spot and that was all.
South had no real excuse for
losing the hand. His line of play
had a fair chance for success
but he would have done much
better if he had relied on possi possible
ble possible squeezes and errors by the
defense Instead of putting his
trust in a three-three heart split.
The opening club lead marked
East with the ace. South should

have ducked the opening lead
and simply run off : all his

t trumps after ruffing the second

CIUD

On the next-to-last trump
lead dummy would go down to
ace-king-jack of spades, king king-four
four king-four of hearts and king of clubs.
He would have watched the East

and West discards Intently and
would have noticed that the
squeeze (if there was one) would
be against East. Hence he would
throw Jack of spades from dum dummy.
my. dummy. A heart would be led to dum dummy's
my's dummy's king and the ace and king
of spades would be cashed. This
series of plays would complete a
squeeze against East. East would
have to unguard his queen of
hearts in order to hold on to the
ace of clubs and that would be
all.

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Office Of; Pacific
Provost Marshal
Has New Location
The office of the provost mar

shal for the Pacific area is now

located at the Limits Military

Police Station in Balboa, the

U.S. Army Caribbean provost

marshal has announced.
Phone numbers at the new lo location
cation location are as follows:
Provost marshal and opera operations
tions operations officer, 82-2263; provost
sergeant and police branch, 82 82-2284;
2284; 82-2284; chief Investigations branch,
82-2164; investigations branch,
PV2-2163; traffic branch. 82-2203;
and chief clerk, 82-2264.

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Miss Gladys Grant
Of Rio Abajo
Dies In Hospital ;
The, death of Miss Gladys M.
Grant vaj recorded at th Ran.

to Tom as Hosoitar vesterda-v at

UiSO ajn. j

' She waj a resident of th St.
In Rio Abajo, and was the
daughter of Mr.- and Mrs. Sam

uel T. Grant. Surrivtne; besides

her oaren ts are; Roosevelt, her
brother, his two children and
other relatives. .. ? t
Funeral arrangeaienU will be
announced later. ; lf

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COCKTAIL PARTY IN MAUARITA
HONORS RETIING PANCANAL COUPLES
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Beck and Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Stokes, who
will soon be leaving the Canal Zone to make their homes in Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, tfere honored Saturday night with a cocktail party and buf buffet
fet buffet dinner at the Margarita home of their hosts, Mr. and Mrs.
O. A. Dietz. Mr. Beck anil Mr. Stokes have recently retired from
the Panama Canal Company.
Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lerchen, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles DeYouwr, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welse, Mr. and
Mr Frank Canavaggio, Mr. and JWrs. Albert Motta, Mr. and
Mri'.'K.-B. O'Brien, and Capi. and Mrs. Charles Hutching.

Abb Singer And Son

Visitor At El Panama

Abbe
visiting

ed business and pleasure trip, ac

companied by his young son Jon
than.
They are guests at El Panama,
during their stay.

Teen-Age Playrooms

Need Careful Planning

it

Each netice for inclusion in rhM
column should bo aubmitted in
type-written form and miilad oo
ho box numbar listed dally in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwiie," or dtlivarad
v hsnd to the off ico. Notices of
mealing cannot be accaptod by
telephone.

,Rodmn Distaff Group

7nilfl Ticloff maul.

ITOSS; :ng for .Tlllv mill ho holrl lnmnrr-n,it

to present their exhibition articles
lor display and hanging Saturday

Sanger of New York is J"'y 2 between the hours of J, To M,,t Today
the Isthmus on a combii, '; 1nd 12 no0"-nd P'1?:! The Rodman Zi

UIIU1 1 U.lll., Ml 11CU
. ..u .-,:tu..l

Duuaing in uiu nsiouai. morning at

Paintings, textiles, block print-l
ings, ceramics, sculpture, copper Main item cn the agenda wiu be
tooling and wood carvings win ui critique on Operation Alert for
received by the committee at th. im wnich was heJd recently

If your're thinking of fixing up a

play room in your home for teen-,
agers. what you need isn't the ad

vice or an interior uecuraiur uui

the low-down from a friend Whose

children have already gone through

the teen-age whirl.

From one who has had a room in
her house: turned into a teen-age

canteen, you'll get a lot of practi practical
cal practical tips.
Such things as: Be sure to have
a telephone extension in the play

room. ,Every teen-ager who comes

to your home will make a minimum
of three phone calls during an hour
visit and probable receive at least
one. So if you want to keep the kids
in their hideout, you've got to. give
them a telephone.

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Party For Donaldson
Canotlled Due To Dalay
fT'U X niirdf tarhisttt i Q a in

be held for Mr. and Mrs. Arthur, r 1

Have plenty of pillows on the so-

Flamingo13- Wlln leenasers you never nave

space, so long as they can toss a
pillow on the floor. But make 'em
durable, as teen-age boys can't re resist
sist resist tossing pillows around.

Knights of Columbu
Moot lit Cristobal
Cristobal Council No. 1689 Knights

of Columbus will hold its regular

Be sure there are no buttons in

J the centers for that is an irresist-

able temptation for pillow twirling,

a pastime that is a little rough on
sofa pillows even though, it does

give boys at the awkward age so

thing to do with their hands,
No bare wood for table tops 'un 'unless
less 'unless you want rings within rings
made from soft drink: bottles.
No carpet for several good rea reasons.
sons. reasons. Potato chips and corn chips
dipped in goop-the teen-agers' fa favorite
vorite favorite snack are crumbly and

hard on carpets. And a bate floor

is always ready for dancing. ,,
If the play room is going to be
an addition to the house, do every

thing you can to soundproof it.
Teen-agers can play their favorite

records over and over for hours

and never grow weary of them. But

you will.
Talk to your friends who have

gone through the play-room stag

and you 11 get all Kinds ot practical

ideas on how to keep a play room
from working you to death.

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cancelled, due to the fact that the W..' ? ,u I. w,15?4i.M me& t 7:30 at the

return of the Donaldsons has been ,"t"ru" "' 'TJ' Knights' Home in Margarita

delayed until Friday.

ficer's Open Mess on Thursday

Party In Honor
Of Falhar Rutlodgo
The Rosary-Altar Society of the

Holy Family Church has invited

all friends and parishioners of the

Peverend Father John Rutledge,

CM., to a party in his honor to

be held Thursday at 7 p.m. in the

Holv Family Church hall.

Father Rutledge is leaving the

Canal Zone soon, for his new as as-sigr.ment
sigr.ment as-sigr.ment t St. Vincent's Parish
in Germantown, Pa.

I July 25 at 12 noon. AH members! San Antonio study Grou
iir ;rwilpl In attend and hrinir1 ... x

.. jticcis lumurrow rvignt

guests.

Atlantic Sid. Artists
Sar Hinaina Data

Atlantic side artists are asked Noyes, President, who also pre

Supporters Hopeful House Will Pass
Federal School Aid Bill This Week

Officoru" .Wivos
Lunch at Ft. Kobbo
Fort Kobbe Officers' Wives' Club
met for their monthly luncheon
on Thursday, July 18, at Ft. Kob Kobbe
be Kobbe Officers' Club with the newly

installed Board of Officers serving J sented woodrose corsages to de-

as Hostesses lor me occasion. ia- parting members. In turn, Mrs.
bje decorations depicted varied Noyes introduced the members
seasonal themes for the six-monti of her board and committee chair

tenure of office of the Vpresent men, as follows: Mrs. James A

The San Antonio Study Group WASHINGTON. Julv 22 (UP) of need and half on the oasis of

No. 2, Credit Cooperative, will Two supporters voiced hope'today, total school population. Eisen-

meet tomorrow night at the tnat the House will pass the hower's chief complaint is tha

r rencn society nan on u sv
Members are reminded to attend.

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DR. .BENJAMIN J. BIRDS ALL and OTTO HUP B, Director and cattle expert, respectively, of
SICAP, were honored Friday with a farewell luncheon by Panama's Minister of Agricdltur,,
Mr. Victor Navas. Dr. Birdsall is being transferred to El Salvador and Mr. Hupb to Cuba.
Left to right in the picture are Mr. Hupb, Mr. Navas, Dr. Birdsall, Mr. Roberto Heurtematte,
and Dr. Menalco soils, Associate Director of SICAP. v ''..,'

HAVANA, July k (U?)-r- The

Board. Following seventy ladies

New members and guests were
welcomed by Mrs. Stephen D.

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Cooper, Vice-Pres; Mrs. Robeit
S. McC'lenaghan, Jr., Sec; Mrs.

Harry K. Lascola, Asst. bee; Mrs.
Charles E. Jones, Treas.; Mrs.

Donald E. Clark, Asst. Treas.;

Mrs. Jems C. McMillan, Bridge;
Mrs. John E. Wise, Hospitality;

Mrs. Edward V. Allen, Entertain

ment; Mrs. Howard A. Giebel
Thrift Shop; Mrs. N. R. Smith,
Cook Book; Mrs. Charles C. Ear Early,
ly, Early, Publicity; Mrs. Robert J. Earl,
Telephone; Mrs. James A. Phelps,
Welfare.
Door prizes of Peruvian pottery
were won by Mrs. Leslie C. Wood,
Mrs. Donald E. Clark, and Mrs.
Richard LaBrode-

Cocktail Buffet Honors
Maj. And Mrs. D. H. Smith
A Cocktail buffet honoring Maj Major
or Major and Mrs. David H. Smith was
given Saturday evening by Secur Security
ity Security Officer of the Canal Zone and
Mrs. Robert C. Walker, at the
Qaurry Heights Officers' Club.
Maj. Smith has served as Milita Military
ry Military Assistant to the Governor of the

Canal Zone lor the past three

years.

The Smiths will be leaving soon

(or a new assignment in the

United States.

$1,500,000,000 federal school aid need should be the mly test

hill late this week despite admit-' The measure represents a com

. .. 4u . n i unvnnn,

tedly heavy ooas against uk promise Deiween rresiuem arrival f Earl E. T. Smith, new
measure. hower's -original request- for 325 Ambassador from the United
Tie lawmakers, Reps. Cleve-1 million dollars for each ot 'he states, .has touched off another
land M. Bailey (D WVa) ?nd next four years and a Democratic campajgn Dv opponents of Presi Presi-Samuel
Samuel Presi-Samuel K. McConnel) Jr. (R-Pa), proposal for a six-year 600-nuilion- dent Fulgencio Batista to provoke
said they believed a bipartisa i dollar-a-year program. f American intervention in Cuban in-
coalition would provide tho neces- Although segregation is not the ternal affairs, it was learned to to-sary
sary to-sary votes for passage. But they main isue in the school debate day.
conceded the outcome would be this year, Rep. Adam C. Powell At tho same time, reports from

close. (D NY) has said he will offer such; Santiago, on Cuba s eastern tip,

Americans Leaving East

Poison-Pen Letters Flay

Cuba

US

porches at night. They are also
disturbed by the recent two-day
detention for questioning of Sydney
Bicheno, British manager of the
Cables and Wifeless, West In Indies,
dies, Indies, Ltd. Oscar H. Guerra, U. S.
Consul in Santiago, was also detain detained
ed detained and questioned several weeks
ago despite his diplomatic immu immunity.
nity. immunity. I

It was reported that the Haiti
group was headed by Baudillo Cas Cas-tellanos
tellanos Cas-tellanos a Santiago laywer who de defended
fended defended some of the revolutiona revolutionaries
ries revolutionaries who took part in an abortive
attack on the Moncada army bar barracks
racks barracks in Santiago in 1953.
Another Santiago report said
arms and ammunition allegedly
stolen from the big U.S. Navy
base in Guantanamo also had
been hiddeu in the San Felipe

Mrflnnnpll and Bailv are mem- mi amendment. said an exodus of American citi- Two American m-ofessors at the'

bers of the House Labcr and Edu I zens from Santiago appeared to University of Oriente already hadi ranch and then carried into the
.. ... . . i . i ... j u j ... i r 1 1 j i i-, i- i i i i t .

ration Committee wnicn araiieu it roweu. wno nas Deen in. uoes, ue unuer way uecause oi aueeei leu ior nome ana ouiers were sees- mram

the bill. I not offer the amendment, it is felt vexations from Cuban government ing cancellation of their contracts.
Thev made the statements ""in certain that some Jtepublican1 opponents. I The two are Dr. Jose Fernandez

an interview recorded late ia;t House member will. AthrSfiv.f ws -.. ?eJtr"s mpy ?f the Universi-

"V. I ty i amornia at icerseiey ana

week for the AFL-CIO radio Pro-i In addition to predicting defeat1 rtr j L.erJ...

gram, "As -We See It" Shortly of the Powell amendment. Bailey tobntiAin H" S2mfant'tfTlrly ?

ciuueiciiue wim iiwiuoi. iavu- leau lu icucibi uuhwvi ui o.. rpnpia hAannrt riv n'iiai fact

As in previous instances where
they sought foreign intervention,
the new revolutionary "poison

k Th PWec rfpiit haa I wn n. o.M ih fpHpnil aid dates ni.i.-j : Ii; -.l 'i" """"i

; -c "" ... 7. jjiouikfu ir earner eiiuris to gtl td np1 in the cocktail ounpe of the
th h ill nart a hack ne. V.oIr th artminis ration of h ttip ,t; V" ine touiiau louuge oi uie

vjiw : o (J-v. w vmicu 1 a 11VM1 0 IV ill TCOtl

Bailey also predicted the Housa Andrew Jackson m 1S36 and tnat gate" the Cuban political situa

will "turn thumbs down" on thenhere never has been any federal

Powell amendment to deny scnool COntrol of education.

aid funds to local school boards
which defy the Supreme Court's ,. ",....

integration edict. He sam mertj UU5C U UI3V.UJ)

was "no justmcaiion ior iryis A r r O la.
to tack the amendment on the AlllO jatetV DCIl

i v:n

BLliuui urn.

Despite the statements, other

lawmakers representing both par

ties firmly believe the school bill

Crash-Worthiness

(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)

V .rv K'V-JA

WASmNHTfiN .Tlllv 22 ftlP.

is aeaa ior mis year, mey y- Tne House subcommittee on tral tral-dlcted
dlcted tral-dlcted it would be defeated b fic safety will open hearings
an even bigger margin than that Aug. 5 0n the crash-worthiness of

last year. automobile safety belts, unair-
ln addition to the integratioi man Kenneth A. Roberts (D-Ala)
and financing squabble whicj announced today,
swamped the 1956 measure, the Roberts said his group will hear
current bill is being brought u.) "K0th proponents and opponents

in the face of a strong economy, 0f gealbelts," to learn, their "true

drive. lvalue" in accidents.
The Council of Stata Chambers

of Commerce, which has been
hammering away at this theme,
said today that every state can
provide adequate elassroonn byi

1961 without any federal help.

The bill, scheduled to ccme up

in the House Wednesday, would

autnorize tne government 10 penu

launched a letter writing cam

paign among American residents

accusing the United States of bei

ing responsible for present condi
tions "because it maintains die
tatorships in Latin America."
Anonymous letters, mimeogra

phed and mailed from both Hava

Hotel Casa Grande in Santiago on
June 28 due to his alleged resem-

tion, revolutionary elements havelDlance t0 a Cuban opposition poli

tical leader. He was released after

questioning., ;
In connection with the suspect suspected
ed suspected smuggling of arms, from Haiti,

reliable 'sources said initial pon pon-traband
traband pon-traband shipments had been land

ed at various points on the south

ern coast of Oriente Province,

moved from there into the Sierra

Maestra mountains where the reb
els are entrenched.

Hungarian Courts
Decree Death For
105 Since October

VIENNA. Julv 22 (UP)

300 million dollars n year tor nve communist Hungarian "peoples
years to help states bui'd needed courts" have sentenced a total of
schools. 105 persons to death since last Oc-

Han of the monev would be ai- tober s revolution, reports irom

located to the states on the basis Budapest saia today.

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, k-, h'. U We a LACTOGEN aaVy.

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na and Santiago, also sought to stocked temporarily at San Felipe
discredit foreign news coverage of. ranch. near Guantanamo. and

Two new "poison pen" cam

paigns, one in English from Hava

na and the other in Spanish from

Santiago, mock the United States,
deride former Ambassador Arthur
Gardner and accuse American cor

respondent in Cuba of "being on

the government's payroll" and

publishing only the government s

sine of the story.
Early this month the government
organ "Tiempo" demanded the ex expulsion
pulsion expulsion of American newsmen on

the grounds they were "pro-rebel."
Santiago reports on the Ameri American
can American "exodus" said some Ameri American
can American teaching personnel had alrea already
dy already left and that among 60 fami

lies arrived iecently to work for!

a new Texas Oil Company refine- In his capacity as president.

ry som had asked for return I Nasser was expected to make an

transportation home. I important speech, either at the

fieri to instruct cuDan person- opening of the first National As

pen" campaign attacked the U-

nitcd States dispatch of arms to
Cuba under the mutual aid pro program,
gram, program, which was negotiated with
former President Carlos Prio So So-carras.
carras. So-carras. They also inferred that in main maintaining
taining maintaining friendly relations with the
Batista government, the, Washing

ton' administration was "making
enemies for the United 'States a a-mofig
mofig a-mofig 'other Latin 'American peo peoples"
ples" peoples" as well as among the Cubans."
Both the Havana letters In Eng English
lish English and those from Santiago in
Spanish described American news
correspondents in Cuba as "for "fortune
tune "fortune hunters at the service of
crime, robbery and brutal dicta

torship."

Red-Built Planes Swoop Over Cairo
To Mark Nasser's Rise To Power

CAIRO. July 22 (UP) Soviet

built iel fighters and bombers

whistled low over Cairo yesterday

kick off a week-long celebration
of the fifth anniversary of the

revolution that swept Gamal Ab-

del Nasser :nto power.

nel in refinery operations, the A

mericans were hemmed in on eve every
ry every side by umor and fact. They
fancy rebels popping out from eve every
ry every bush.
The new arrivals claim their
families are exposed to vexation
and hampered in their movements.

They point out that Army patrols

sembly since 1952 today or on
Friday when he wili speak at
Alexandria on the first anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the nationalization of the
Seuz Canal.

Tomorrow the government

Egypt's armed forces, supplied
with Soviet arms, are at full
strtngth after the Anglo-French
and Israeli invasions last fall.
The presi reported that the
parade will include 100 Mig-17 jet
fighers and Soviet-made rocket

launchers.

Air Might Shown
Today, flights of Mie-17s and

twin jet Ilvushin bombers

swooped across the city in a dis

play ot Egyptian air might.

The newspaper al Akhbar re

ported that submarines recently

forbid residents to sit in their own'tory, designtd to prove

will taop ih hipcpst militarv. acquired from Russia returned to

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neuvera and will nartieinatie in a

naval review, for Nasser at Alex-f
andria Friday. f
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All the ceremonies will mark
the fact that .on July 23, 1952,
a junta of nine officers including
Lt. Col. Gamal Abdel Nasser,
staged a coi.p against King Far4
ouk. On Julj- 26, Farouk abdi abdicated.
cated. abdicated. Mohfmmed Naiuib was

installed as leader.

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Naguib now is in "protective

custodv: in a Cairo suburb. In

formed sources said 14 persons

seized in an anti-Nasser plot last

week have been accused of plan-

nuil ui assassinate passer ana
restore Naguib to power.

Trial Irt A MontW I '-:

Trial of the 14 was expected

to begin in a month. X
Nasser- himrelf was concentra concentrating
ting concentrating on politiral problems. Sources

said his Buior announcement this
week probably would be con connected
nected connected with domestic affairs.
Today, he endorsed project to
build ail. oil pipeline paralleling
tht Sues Canal hi cooperation
with Greek oil-tanker ctar Aria-

; totle Onastis. The 37-millio-dollar

pipeline would handle aai from
super tankers, too lane to transit
the canal and would run from
Suet on the Red Sea to tho
canal's Mediterraaeaa terminus
at Pi 1 Said. It was expected to
take lt months to build along tho
west bank of the 103-siile water waterway.

Tjt Ilirhl KltMT MlarlaluJ

the 544 newlv-elected members C
the National Assembly at a 90 V.

course dinner. He said he felt rare
the assembly, elected this month
after the government weeded
out undesirable candidates, would
consolidate tho achievements of
the last five years.
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-jflONDAY, JULY 12 AMI

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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enten yislt - -r
Dauohtar In Chi -' '

U Mr. and Mr. Marvin Banton of

Gamboa are visiting their daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Mil Sally Banton, in Euclid,
pWo,5,wber-: Sally ia .i mployed
during summer vacation as secre-
ary to the Registrar of Case Col Col-ege;
ege; Col-ege; They plan to remain in Eu-

flia until' th middle ot August

and will return to the Zone in the

latter part ox that month.
f oimr Pour Ladies A f.
Hener Mr Trujille
, Mm. Verda Trujillo, a Point
Tour employe who will leave for
New York in August, was honored
(Saturday at a farewell luncheon

erwiSe
1 t-CntiiimJ;

given by the ladies of the Educa

tion Division of the Point Four

Program, at the home of Mrs.
Jaime Womack. Fourteen ladies

attended the luncheon.
'Consul Of Israel '..
Hait at D-ilaaatiort

The Consul of Israel in Panama

and Mrs. Aaron Eisen were hosts

at a reception at their residence
Saturday .evening in honor of Mr.
Benno Weizerr Counsellor to the

Israeli Delesation to the United

Nations, who has been On a tour

of South America.

Among the guests were i many

distinguished Panamanian and for foreign
eign foreign diplomats..

Greater Pari Of US Suffers
IScorthinSl Sunday Heat Wave

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, i j (PA-C) A field trip to Latin America is the summer project for a group of 39 U.S. edu educators,
cators, educators, members of the National Education Association, who arrived in Panama last Friday eve evening
ning evening on a tour along the routes of Braniff. The tour conductor is Dr. Arthur Olsen, and the
group will cover,-besides Panama, Lima, Rio, Sao Paulo, Montevideo, Buenos Aires, Santiago
de Cnile, Quito, Call and Bogqta, The photo shows the travelers being met by Braniff 's Rep Representative
resentative Representative Juan Vlleg, on arrival at Tocumen Airport.

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ty UNITED PRESS

-a a-fit fiatinlL halted in a

-, jnvat vs. 7 .
wive yesterday. The North

Central tates and part of, Naw
KXtirt were the only major

ami to escape the ., torrid
I .. t 1

At the same tme, the U.S.
Weather Bureau issued warnings
of 1 nossible severe thunderstorms

in easttrn1 and southeast
Ybti, central, and southern Ver Vermont,
mont, Vermont, 'southwest. New Haihp Haihp-hi.
hi. Haihp-hi. rnnrtipiit. Massachusetts,

Rhode Island, northern New Jer

sey, and west and central Kansas.
T Temperatures in the Wj and
aoove blanketed the nation ,tom
the Great Lakes southward
through the Ohio Valley and Ten Tennessee,1
nessee,1 Tennessee,1 along the Eastern Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard from Georgia- northward
iato, the southern" New England
state"?, and al the, West Coast
and over parts of the desert

uthwet.
- The Weather Bureau said tern tern-Britufi
Britufi tern-Britufi alona the Atlantic Sea

coast from the New York City
area southward into Virginia
soared to 100 and higher, making
Sunda the hottest day of the

year.
At New York City, the temper

sttire was 97. At Baltimore, it was

101 by mid-afternoon, it was iuv
degrees even at Wilmington, Del.,
and Gordonsville, Va.
Beaches', and .parks were
jammed,' as families sought relif
'from rthe heat., Many families,
after an uncomfortable nigh; for

sleeping, rose early to seek cooler
spots' for relaxation.
-Eves a deer apparently got fed

up with the' heat. Bolting its zoo
home t- Sheboygan, wis., the

riacr-IUd. from 'nolle and oedej

triens for1 about ari hour before
plunging jnto Lake Michigan, 23

degrees cooler than the U reading
registered at the time. After a
-minut swim, the deer was

captured' by the Coast Guard and

returned to the zoo.

Kcyscrling Charges

Sclcclive Inflation

WASHINGTON, July 22 (UP)

eEconomist Leon Keyserling

enargea woay mat the govern government's
ment's government's tight money policy has

created a "felective inflation"
that benefits big bankers and
business.

'But Alfred C. NeaL president
the Cemnittee for Economic

ernmeat has not done enQugh to
reetriet the money supply.
Neal said the inly way to keep
' kBatiea under control is to deny
haake the tbifity to make loans
that fill the tap between what

people want to spend and what

97 can pay tor.
- The twe eeonomistf argued the

ffectf e "hard" money in the

present innauonary period on
iha 'ABC-TV program, "Celebrity
Farad."-. t
KeyserMnf charged that the

Treasury 'has deliberately aet

at through a contrived market

tar tore mterett rates upward."
He said "the only people who can

ako economy progress" under

Men condition! are the money

leaders ana Dig Business.
'Jut Neal said abandonment of
the tight money policy would "put
the country on the road to the
werae trash fa history." He said
high Interest rates aa they apply

to ue everau economy nave Been

werpiayea." :.
f izhblra Ilsvspspsr
Rcpcrts fcnfry

To Ccccms Rcnubllc

PARIS. July M fUP) "Ac

tien." the weekly newspaper of

the Tunisian Nationalist Neo

Destour Party, aaya to Its Ju'v
XJ issue that Tunisia toon will

Vcome m rewoDUc
One "Action editorial says t

inoureaa wui ceciae t meet-.
mr tmnomw nlrht that "in a

tew days Tunisia will no more

ft jnonareny.-

Hon wGl he pclrUeas only few
TonUians are ardent supporters
0t the Teignlct HuaeenlU dynaa-

ty ana u nereiy an opervueu
MtUnr thtr to order
' It ecded "The Constituent Aa Aa-rmh!y,
rmh!y, Aa-rmh!y, treed rrom uncertainty,
will he s. this very summer,
m nt r,!lv!r Irmrh td the

?are to npvbhcan Institutions

Later,, a" severe storm swept
Sheboygan", with pouring ra!n end
driving winds. Electrical power

throughout the city, was knocked
out by the storm, reported to have

oeen one oi tne most severe in

years in tne area.

Fair Weather

Fair weather blanketed most of

the country, with thunder showers

and -drizzle- wetting various sec

tions. a iigut drizzle felt over

northwest Washington and thun

derstorm activity was scattered

through Gulf Coast areas.
The t most concentrated thunder;

swim acuviiy. However, eon.

tinued along a line, of demarcation
between warm and cool air ex extending
tending extending from the Central Plains
through the upper Great Lakes
and dipping into the New England
states,

In contrast with the heat

early Sunday produced a chilly
temperature of 40 degrees at
Bryce Canyon, Utah. -At
yieksburg, Mich., Protestant
church-goers celebrated "Christ
mas in July." and 94-dem-M hBt

Clergymen at four churches
agreed -the Christmas "spirit was

in season even tnougn tradition
al snow and sub-zero temper
atures were lacking.
Variefy Show To Be
Presented On Posts
luly 27 To rAuo. 1

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Fluent In Two Languages
Pretty In Two Faces

AIRMAN 3-C FLORA A. HARTE,

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neville

A. Harte of Fort Golick, is spend'

ing her first furlough since join

ing the Air Force last July with

hor parents. Flora J atationad at
McGuire.Air Force Base, in Jren

ton, N. J.

'"Pass to Retlew a po-minute

musical varietv show, will be

presented; r uve Canal Zone
during the period July 27
through August 1,

piece6 sng1 bTnd & u fon?-gMFrehch Reds Thorez.
dance line ivral ,n.(. T" w

f i TWMlDVOf A
trick rone artist, an apmbat.K

dancer and a .baton twirler. The

aancera are led by Sandra Simp Simpson
son Simpson formerly of New York's fa

mous Radio City Rockettes.

(PA-C)-Reflectlne her ioy at winning the honor is Wilbur

L. Morrison Spanish Major Award plaque presented to Miss Nan
Jean Melms, 1957 University of Miami graduate and outstanding
Spanish student. The award .la presented each year by Morrison,
Pan American World Airways' executive vice president in charge
of the Latin. American Division, to the UM eraduate receivlne

tophonors for proficiency in the language. Miss Melms lives in

Hollywood, Fia., ana plans a teacmng career.

"Pass in-Review" will ooen at

Fort Kobbe on July 27 at 7 p.m.
The remainder of the schedule is

as follows: July 28, Albrook Air

Force Base at 8 pjn July 29.

Fort Clayton and Oorgas Hospi

tal at 8 p.m. ana 2 p.m., respec respectively;
tively; respectively; July SO, Fort Ouliclt at 7

p.m.: July 31. Coco Solo Hospi

tal and Coco Solo Naval Base at

2 p.m. ana 7 p.m respectively:

and Aug. 1, 15th Naval District

at 7:so pjn.

Military personnel and their

dependents are invited.

Duclos Depart

On Moscow Visit
LE HAVRE. France, July 22
(UP) French Communist Party
leader Maurice Thorez left for
Russia today aboard the Soviet
liner Baltika. His understudy,
Jacques Duclos, flew to Moscow
yesterday.

There were reports that they

might have been summoned to
Moscow to be filled in on the new
party lineup brought about by the

ouster of vyacnesiav Moiotov,
Georgl Malenkov and Lazar

Kaganovicb.

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By UNITED PRESS

DELAND, Fla. (UP)- July 22
(UP) Donald Joseph Wedler sUU

ing he was in a "mental log" from

narcotics after he bludgeoned a

Cleveland housewife who must

have been Marilyn Sheppard:
"I didn't know I killed her until

I read about it. All that I could

bring to my mind after reading a-

bout it, was that there couldn't
be any other answer."
OMAHA, Neb. Mrs. "Harry
Woodruff oh caring for an escap

ed Army sentry dog who had been
trained to kill:.

"Why, he's gentle and minded

well. He's a beautiful thing

loves to have his coat brushed."

LONDON Dr. Roger Bannister,

a sub-four-minute miler, after

watching Derek Ibbotsoh set a
world's record for the mile run:

"It's amazing. He's not even

tired."

WASHINGTON Edward Ben

nett Williams, attorney for James

R. Hofia, recalling what Senate
Rackets Committee counsel Rob

ert F. Kenredy said he would do
if the Teamsters vice president
was acquitted:
"I'm earner-to send Bobbv Ken-

nedv a narachute for when he

jumps off the Capitol dome."

HENRIETTA Okla. Truck

driver Chuck Smith of recaptur

ing a 500-pound liod with a terri

ble reputation:
"I think he was thirsty and hot
out there in the sun."

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4 Persons Killed

As Passenoer Train

Crashes Info Auto

rr.AflVsnAT.E. Miss.. Julv 2?.

CTTPFnii'r nrsoo were ki11er'

lact nlofit wh(n n Tllinois Cftrpl

passen"f triin ramm1 into rn
automobile at a siqnalles coun
try road crossing. Wreckage was

spread about for mile.

The tram, "ine ripntcr wjj
en route to Me"iDhis fnm i dai daily
ly daily run from Greenviille. Miss
iirhnn tYie SfpiAertt npmrrp.fl about

spvpn miles niiHe of Clark'dale.

Police said Mhere is 10 s.'Stnal
th rrnssin" hut that hl frarV

imiui a ctraioht ctrptph of road

leaving an unobstructed view fcr

motorist.
The dead were identified as

Clinton Cain, 3t, of JoPct, 111.,
Thelma Jane Green. 18, Webb.
Miss., and Ruth Whitten, 14 and
her married sister. Bettv Jean

Fowler. 16'. of Lambert, Miss. Of

ficials said Cain was visiting his
parents, Mr..,and Mrs. Cass Cain

near Marks, Miss.

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. SALT HARVEST Bearing their burdens, on their backs, ;
Guajira Indian women trek across the sprawling salt beds (
during the annual salt harvest on the Guajira Peninsula,' -Manaure,
Colombia. More than 2,000 Indians and their fami-
lies take part in the harvest each year. The salt, which has
been evaporating for 10 months under the hot tropical sun, is
placed in 1,800-pound mounds by each individual family and
carried to shore by the women in 100-pound bags. For each
100 bags they are paid about $10. These salt beds, in use since
the 16th century, will yield some 42,000 tni of salt this year.

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,K MONDAY, JULY M, 1957
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i Cincinnati Club's Ability

Keeps Them In
To Cope With

By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, July 22 (UP) The Cincinnati
Redlegs were being counted out of the National
.League race a week ago but they're right back in
t,the thick of it today because of their surprising abil ability
ity ability to cope with doubleheaders.
The experts figured Birdie Teb- game for the Cub although he
v.tw n..tnh.umrir" rithin0 ctaff naadad halo in the lata inning.

would buckle under the pressure
"of the bargain bills. Didn't Teb
betts' pitchers have enough trouble
coping with one game in one aay
much less two?
The Redlees. however, roared
back into solid contention when
they whipped the Philadelphia Phil Phillies,
lies, Phillies, 4-2 and 6-4, yesterday and
nnw ihmv a rpmarkahlp .18 WOn-
rf-lost
ecord Kor doubleheaders.
They've swept eight and split two
.of their 11 bargain bills in sharp
"contrast, for example, to the
"Brooklyn Dodeers. who have won
onlv one doubleheader, and the
Milwaukee Braves, who have woii;
onlv three all year.
Tha lal.nt twaep giving tha
. Rtdligt avarr wins in nina gamt
ainfa they tnded a tavan-gama
losing streak on July 12 lifted
'A tht Rtdleg$ into fourth plaoj
ir twa gamti behind first place
Bravet. Tha PhMlias, jolted by
ix losses in their last seven
games, fell 3 Vj game off the
pace.
The Braves bounced back from
a 5-4 loss to down the New York
Giants, 7-4, and retain their one one-game
game one-game lead over the DodgeVs who
beat tho Chicago Cubs, 7-2, after a
5-4 setback, while the third-place
St. Louis Cardinals downed the
Pittsburgh Pirates, 7-3, and led,
11-2, when their nightcap was sus.
pended in the ninth inning by the
Pennsylvania curfew law. I
The Chicago White Sox defeat
ed the Boston Red Sox, 3-0, and1
moved to within- 4 Mi games of
first place in the American League
when the New York Yankees split
a doubleheader with the Cleveland
Indians. The Yankees won the o o-Dener.
Dener. o-Dener. 4-3, but bowed in the night
cap, 7-4, betore 51,670 fans. The
PS1' Tig" at the Washing-
ton Senators, 6-5, and the Kansas
Citv Athletics scored a 3-2 victory
after losing, 7-2, to the Baltimore
Orioles in other A. L. games.
- (Brooks Lawrence gained credit
Jor his 11th win for the Redlegs in
Hhe opener with the aid of homers
'bv George Crowe and Gus Bell
and Art Fowler picked up his first
win in tho nightcap as Ted Klus-
:2ewn. Wally Post ana Koy mc-
Millan had three hits each. Robin
;Robfcrts was tagged with his sev seventh
enth seventh straight loss and 13th of the
year while Harvey Haddix drop dropped
ped dropped his seventh decision.
Shortstop Johnny Logan lashed
out five straight hits to spark the
Braves to their victory after Hank
Sauer's two r.in, ninth-inning single
enabled the Giants to take the o o-pener.
pener. o-pener. Willie Mays and Ray Jab Jab-lonski
lonski Jab-lonski homered to kayo Lew Bur Bur-dette
dette Bur-dette in the nightcap but Ernie
Johnson came on to win his sixth
game. Stu Miller won nis lounn
game for the Giants.
Clem Labine pitched five shut shutout
out shutout relief innings to notch hit
fifth victory tor the Dodger af after
ter after homers by Walt Moryn, Lee
. Wall and Chuck Tanner handed
Carl Erskine hi wcond defeat.
Drabowtky Moe celebrating hi
22nd birthday, won hit tixth
Showing At Your Service
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Laraine Day
Richard Carlson
"THREE for JAMIE DAWN"
Tuesday "Kinc Solomon's
.Mines"
LMSTOBAL
Air-Condltloned
7:00
Alan
"BOY
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Tuesday "WORLD

PARAISO 0:15 1:15 SANTA CRUZ :15 7:30
Robert Taylor "KING of THE CORAL SEA"
"POWER AND THE PRIZE" "BATTLE ZONE"

CAMP BIERD
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CAPITOLIO
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Contention

Twinbills
Don Blasingame knocked in four
, runs to spark the Larainais
in
their opener and Ken Boyer, Ed
Kasko and pitcher lindy McDaniel
had four hits each in the suspend
ed nightcap which will be compiet
ed Aug. 27. The Cardinals had one,
out in the ninth when the second
same was suspended. WUiara sen
midt won his eighth straight game
for the reclbirds in the opener.
Jim Wilson followed up Satur
day's one-hitter by Dick Donovan
with a three hitter that gave the
White Sox their second straight
shutout victory over the Red box
wilson nad a no-hitter for six in
nings before Frank Malzone broke
the spell with a single and scored
his 10th win.
Bob Aik's bases-filled triple in
the sixth inning was the big blow
for the Indians who played before
their biggest nome crowd in two
years. Homers by Gil McDougald
and Elston Howard plus Bob
Grim's classy relief job gave the
Yankees the opener and they led
into the last of the sixth of the
nightcap with the help of Mickey
Mantle's 25th homer of the year.
Ray Narlesk:, relief ace of the
Tribe, went all the way in the
second game to win his sixth game.
Rookie Jim Hnise walked in
the winning run in the 10th in inning
ning inning after the Tiger tied the
score at 5-5 with three ninth-inning
runs. The victory went to
Harry Byrd, hi third for the
Tiger in le than a month.
Bob Cerv's two-run pinch hom homer
er homer in the seventh inning gave the
AtMntirs their triumph after Hec
tor Brown scattered six hits for the
&,t game. TtfJ
pvnnrnno and Joe Ginsberg hit
K.morc w the Orioles in the first
game while George Kell and Bob
Nieman nomerea in me niKiutBi"
Underdog Kawula
Easily Outpoints
Ernesto Figueroa
HOLLYWOOD, Cal., July 22
(UP) Underdog Pete Kawula,
Chicago, floored Mexico City's Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto Figueroa twice in one round
and went on to score a unanimous
decision last night over the Mex Mexican
ican Mexican featherweight in a 10-round
main event at Hollywood Legion
Stadium.
A crowed of 330 fans saw the
129 Vi pounH Kawula batter the
4-1 favorite to the floor twice in
th5 second round for five and
eight counts.
The busy Chicagoan constantly
worked Figueroa against the ropes
scoring with as many as 12 suc successive
cessive successive punches without being hit
in return. Figueroa, 129. held on
gamely throughout the bout and
was save from another possible
knockdown by the final bell.
Center Theatres Tonight
MARGARITA 6:15 7:40
Maria English
John Bromfield
"Three Bad Sisters"
o
Tues. "OUR MISS BROOKS"
Ladd Sophia Loren
ON A DOLPHIN"
"CRIME OF PASSION"
6:75 8:20
5T
ji1!i!l,;ii!lil!IWl!Hi1
, i , ii tMTini oir j
WITHOUT END"

1

Humphrey Bogart Gene Tierney
"the Left hand or god-

RIO

BATTLE HTMN
with Rock Hudson
Cinemascope l
- Also:
ISTANBUL
with Erroi Ftynn

1

BREAKS RECORD British
runner Derek Ibbotson broke
the world record for the mile
at a track meet in London.
Ibbotson was clocked at three
minutes, 57 and two-tenths
seconds. In. the same race,
three other runners also ran
the mile in less than four min-
utes a track first.
Major League
Leaders
LEADING BATTERS
(Bated on 22? official at bat)
National League
Player and C.
Aaron, Mil.
Musial, St. L.
Fondy, Pitts.
Groat, Pitts.
Mays, N. Y.
Thomas, Pitts
Crowe, Cinci.
Schoendienst'.M
Robinson, Cinci
Hodges, Bk n
G AB R H PCT.
88 369 71 130 .352
88 347 56 118 .340
79 322 40 106 .329
65 261 31 85 .326
89 333 65 107 .321
90 362 47 114 .315
78 298 52 94 .315
88 352 51 120 .314
87 353 63 109 .309
85 330 49 101 .306
American League
Williams, Bos
Mantle, N. Y.
Boyd, Bait.
Skowron, N.Y.
FUOX, Chi.
McDougald.NY
Minoso, Chi.
Lemon, Wash.
Lopei, K.C.
Malzone, Bos.
83 280 65 101 .361
89 292 85 105 .360
87 291 49 97 .333
79 298 4 98 .329
89 344 6 112 .326
80 305 56 95 .311
90 343 50 106 .309
89 341 44 105 .308
68 227 32 69 .304
89 363 39 110 .303
HOME RUNS
National Leagm
Aaron, Braves
Snider, Dodgers
Crowe, Redlegs
Musial, Cards
Banks, Cubs
29
24
22
21
$
American Ler 3

Williams, Red jsox 27
Mantle. Yanks 25
Sievers, Senators 22
Maxwell, Tigers 18
Colavito. Indians 17
Zernial, Athletics 17

RUNS BATTED IN
National League
Aaron, Braves
Musial, Cards
Crowe, Redlegs
Ennis, Cards
Thomas, Pirates
Hoak, Redlegs
Mays, Giants
78
73
68
64
58
58
58
American League
Skowron, Yanks
Sievers, Senators
Mantle, Yanks
Wrtz, Indian'
Jensen, Red Sox
67
65
65
62
60
PITCHING W L PCT
(Bated on 0 decisions)
Schmidt, 8 1 .889
Shantz, Yanks 9 2 .818
Sanford, Phils 12 3 .800
Bunning, Tigers 11 3 .786
Donovan, White Sox 9 3 .750
Today Encanto .35, .20
Sophia Loren Alan Ladd In
"BOY ON A DOLPHIN"
Forrest Tucker in
"THE QUIET GUN"
Today IDEAL .20 .10
Anthony Steel in
"WEST OP ZANZIBAR"
Jean Simmons in
"CAGE OF GOLD"
VIC TORI A
ZSe. 15c
SAPAKI
Cinemascope I
- Also:
THK COCKLESHELL
HEROES
20c

Joe McCarthy, Sam

To Enter Hall Of Fame Today

RETIRING GENT

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if k XP RBTIQE& A AUsRB
I W ON TUB

Havana Rookie Making
$100,000 Estimate
Appear Conservative

NEW YORK, July 22 (UP) Roo
kie Miguel Cuellar, Havanaa 20-
year-old southpaw rated a $iuu,uuu
prospect at the start of the Inter
national Lea aue season, is now
making that estimate appear con conservative.
servative. conservative. The Cuban fireballer registerel
his sixth triumph against a lone
defeat Sunday as he checked the
Miami Marlins on four hits, en
abling his Havana mates to wait
ailfcOe viri
off with a 5-2 victory, Miami
iami tool:
th'j opener, 12-1.
Cuellar. only in his first sea
son of organized baseball, had an
E.R.A. of 2.19 in the last official!
listine. He is one of the leading!
candidates for the rookie of the
year award and is a "shoo-in" to.
make the All-Star team.
In other games Sunday, Buffalo
blasted Rochester. 11-9. 3-0 to run
its victory string to six. Richmond
behind Jim Kite downed Colum Columbus,
bus, Columbus, 6-1. Toronto took Montreal, 8
3 in their doubleheader opener.
The second game was suspended
with the score tied 2-2 at tnee na
of eight innings.
Richmond's Jim Kite spaced 11
hits while his Vee mates pounded
out 13 off Columbus starter-loser
Tom Blackburn and Ed Burtschy
Ed Blake of Toronto evened his
season record at 5-5 with his o
Denine came victory over Mon
treal. Walt Craddock (11-5) and
Mike Kume (6-0) gained credit for
the Buffalo triumphs.
The standings and linescores:
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE
Teams
Buffalo
Richmond
Toronto
Rochester
Havana
Miami
ColuTibus
Montreal
W
57
55
54
50
46
44
43
42
L
.41
43
44
51
53
51
54
54
Pet. GB
.582
.561 2
.556 3
.495 8Mi
.465 lltt
.463 Utt
.443 13V,
,438 14'
OUT OF DOORS
Seme Hope For Fly Fishermen
By A. J. McCLANK
Fishiitff iditer
AFTER 25 vears. rve discoverer

why big brownies are so hard U trout, bis main diet. -catch.
I Unlike the story book Toncept
I saw a 25-inch fish cruising be I of bow and old buster smashes Al Allow
low Allow our dam. He weighs five riousiy into his dinner, this char char-pounds.
pounds. char-pounds. The reason I have his a der. swans to the middle of the
measurements is because I caught pool and took a position facing
him, and be bow swims in, oar upstream. -

Kitchen -Peel.- Old book jaw.
tmgbt me some interesting things
about fish of his size.
He didst feed every day. He

Yesterday's Result

Richmond 020 010 1026 13 0
Columbus 000 000 0101 11 2
Kit nrl watlintrtnn- RlapkhnrnJ
Burtschy (9)
and Kravitz. LP-
Blackburn.
Montreal
Toronto
i. Harris,
(First Game)
000 001 0203 9 3
001 303 Olx 8 12 0
Ciistante (6), McMinn
(8) and Pignatano; Blake, Tiefe-
aacsi m idy vi idtaiiH uvium
nauer (9) and 5t. uaire. wr
(9) and
Blake. LP-Harris. HR-Williams.
(First Game)
Hrvana 000 010 000 1 3
Miami 003 231 12x 12 17 0
Cucche, Scantlebury (5), Santia
go (5), Heard (8) and Sierra. Gar
cia (7), Judson and McCullough
LF-Cueche. HK-McCuliougb.
(First Game)
Rochester 101 002 302 9 11 0
Buffalo 030 170 00X 11 17 0
f IQ1,lnV P Rloulnnlr (i
Greason (5) snd Shantz, D.' Ricj
ketts (8); Craddock, Kretlow (7)1
Nagy (9), Herbert (9) and As
troth. WP-Craddock. LP-G. Blay
lock. HRS-Stewart, Astroth, Ortiz
to j ... .-j.j. v.i
vaeconu lime, sunucuucu, iv uo
completed at later date).
Montreal "000 000 2 a 11 i
Toronto 000 200 0 2 4 2
RarWrt. MrMinn m and Ron-
ning; Robinson and bt. Claire, tui tui-Wilson.
Wilson. tui-Wilson. (Second Game)
Havana 300 000 2 5 7
Miami 101 000 0 2 4
Cnellji- and Izquierdo; Hunsing-
er, Qualters (1) and Bucna. Lf-
Hunsinger. uii-cnacon.
(Second Gome)
Rochester 000 000 0 0 3
Buffalo 000 300 x 3 4
Deal and D. Rickets; Kume and!
Noble.
ith
appeared on alternate evenings at
dusk. I watched him cruise out
into the quiet part of the pool
on eight occasions. The water be
low the dam is full of small brook
Immediately, all the small trout
disappeared The brute laid there
and waited. After 10 minutes, the
little brook i es came out from un

Crawford

" J K I l
COOPERSTOWN,,, N.Y., July 22
(UP) Ex-Yankee manager, Joe
jwcuartny ana lorraer Aiger qui
fielder Sam (Wahoo) Crawford re
ceive today the highest honor base
ball can bestow induction, into the
Hall of Fame.
Shortly aftor McCarthy and
. Crawford make their acceptance
speeches ana plaques of, them
are placed in the shrine, the
Chicago White Sox and St.
Louis Cardinals were listed 'for
' ball garni before sell out
crowd on picturesque Doubleday
i The 70-year-old "McCarthy,- who
quit baseball in 1950 to retire to
his farm in Amherst, N.Y., not
far from Buffalo, gained most of
his fame while managing the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees from 1931 to 1946, winning
eight pennants and seven World
series during tnat span..
A mediocre minor league infield-
er whj never played in the maj-i
jors, McCarthy made his major
leasue managerial debut with the
Chicago Cubs, whom he piloted
from 1926 to 1930, Alter leaving
the Yankees, he also managed the
Boston-Red Sox from 1948 to 1950.
Crawford, who was dubbed "Wa "Wahoo
hoo "Wahoo because he "came frdm Wa
hoo, Neb., played in the majors
19 years four years witn Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati and 15 with Detroit.
Now 77 years oDd, tho former
outfielder had a lifetime batting
average of .309 with a total of
4 eJ Lit. 1 i . ..:
One of Crawford's lormer De-i
troit teammates. Ty Cobb, will b
amone the Half of Famers ofi
hmri fnr tnrhiv' corpmnniM. iitn-
ers scheduled to attend are Carl
Hubbell. Ray Schalk, Home Rua
Baker and Frankie Frisch.
McCarthy and Crawford will re
ceive special plaques from Base
ball Commissioner Ford c. f tick,
Alumni Quintet
Plays Cristobal
Five Tonight
STANDINGS
Atlantic Basketball League
W LPct.
Alumni 7 2 778
Working Boys 4 5 .444
Powells 4 5 .444
Cristobal 3 0 .333
Tonight's Gamns
Alumni vs Cristobal
Powells vs Workings Boys
By TREVOR SIMONS
With one half of the 1957 Atlan
tlc Basketball League now in the
record books, the Alumni quintet
Willi a line game uuikc, liuca
comfortably in first place. Tonight
the two battles, one for the cham
pionship and the other for high
scoring honors, will be resumed
when the Alumni takes on Cris
tobal in the opener and the Work
, J n 11 1 A
8 ""PS a roweus may i
IM -' tv
three games off the Dace.
Looking at the standings it would
seem that the Alumni have the
easier job for the night with their
opponents being the cellar-dwell
ers. Bu the league leaders nave
not forgotten that it was this
sare last place club that handed
them their first deteat on tne 1st
of July by a 54 to 49 count
Since that one, Cristobal has
been unable to score another vie
tory. but with 9 games still re
maining on the scheduled and
.latter' 4 games out of first place,
Jey can now ui anora any ouier
losses if they are to still enter-
tarn hopes of bringing nome the
bacon. Powells, and Working, Boys,
tied for second place,- meet in the
nichtian.
- .
The Gibson-Hatgl fight for thfe
league's sconng honors will be
another highhght of tonight's acti-
viues. uiuson curreiiuy u wiui
144 while John Hatgi has 137.
der rocks and began feeding a-j
gam.
Soon thev were swimming brax-
0 enlv around the big one. and yon
troX thenery slowly mtd
behind him, following the busy
brookie like an -enlarged shadow,
to convince himself that be wasni
being pursued. A sudden turn and
snap, no brook trout. You'd think.
the Monstei was out for a walk.
I caught him on a crayfish. Now
that he's In the Kitcnen roou
ean study his habits- more closely.
There must be tome hope for us
fly fishermen.

.

... Ir'l

Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT

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NATIONAL. LEAGUE
Tams
W L Pet
CB
T
Milwaukee
Brooklyn s
53 38 .582
51 38 573
50 38 V. 568
St. Louis
Cincinnati
51 40
,560
544
456
,374
337
2
Philadelphia
New York O
49
41
41
3tt
49
57
57
Pittsburgh, v
Chicago
34
29
19
zm
Today's Came
No games scheduled.
Yesterday's Results
(First Game)
Milwaukee 000 000 0404 7 0
New York 000 200 0125 8' 3
Spahn. Jolly, McMahon (0 1)
ana cranaau.
Crone. Gomez.' Worthineton. Mil
ler (4-6) ( and Westrum, Katt. ;
(Second Game)
Milwaukee 000 000 3227 16 0
New York 202 000 0004 9 0
Burdette, Phillips, Johnson (6-1)
and Sawatski, 1
(Barchaly, Antonelli (9-9), Worth-
mgion, Miner and Katt.
v (P.'rst Game)
Chicago. .. ; 002 021 0005 13 1
Brooklyn -t wo 021 0004 10 0
Drabowsky 6-8),, Lown Little-
neid, vision and Neeman.
S' Ki
Sff ,KPf Bessent nd
tt-
(Second Game)
Chicago ; 002 000 000 2 7 1
Brooklyn 000 511 00X 7 12 0
Rush (1-10, Brosnan, Poholsky,
Kaiser and Suvera.
Newcombe, Labine (5-6) and
Walker.
(First Game)
Cincinnati 001 200 1004 10 N
Phialadelphia 000 020 0002 5 0
Lawrence (11-5), Sanchez, Free Freeman
man Freeman and Burgess, Bailey.
Roberts (6-13), Morehead, Miller
and Lonnett.
(Second Game)
Cincinnati 100 220 0006 12 0
Philadelphia 000 003 001 4 9 0
Fowler (1-0), Acker, Klippstein
ana jiauey,,
Haddix (8-T), Cardwell, Mayer,
Morehead and Lopata.
(First Game)
St. Louis -002 100 000 47 7 1
Pittsburgh 000 002 010 0-i-3 11 0
Wehmeier, Mizell, Schmidt (8-1),
Wilhelm and H. Smith, Landrith.
Kline, Arroyo (3-9), Friend and
Peterson, Rand, Foiles.
(Second Game)
St. Louis J042 003" 0211 17
Pittsburgh 200 000 00 2 6
L. McDaniel and Landrith.
Purkey, Sawnson, O'Brien and
Peterson."
Called on account of F Curfew, to
be completed at a later date.
LATE TRYOUT At 32 and In
fail longest slump, Yogi Berra,
sici new ion i amice eaicn-
r, wears glasses for the first
tune. But only in practice
AfQPnfmQ DjIg (gam
Sfiinnw rviv IWUill
sat; vs e a m e
During English Tour
CIRENCESTER. Eng.. July 22
(UP) Media. Luna, the Argen',
tint polo team, won the County
Cup here yesterday when they
beat Prince Philip's Windsor Part
team by three and a half goals
to twe goats.. -,
u was the third trophy the
young Argentine side collected dur' dur'-leg
leg dur'-leg their English tour. They re remained
mained remained unbeaten in tournament
matches.';
LiDe-ur: Media -Lunar number
one John Nelson (handicap three
goals;: number two Luis-Thom
as iNelson (three) number tnree:
Arthur Reynal (two); back: LL LL-Col.
Col. LL-Col. Peter Dollar (two).
Wiodosor Park: number one
Capt, Denis Grehae (one): num number
ber number two: CapL R. L Ferguson
nel Humphrey Guiness (five):
back: Prince Philip (three). ;
Scorers: Media Luna: Dollar,
Two. P.rmal. one.
Mindsor Park: Prince Philip.
iwe.

AMERICAN LEAGUE

i earns
New York;
Chicago
Boston
Cleveland!
Detroit
Baltimore
Kansas City
Washington
W L
Pet. B
59 30
54 34
47 43
46 44
44 45
43 46
3 55
31 61
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.522 12V
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15
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No game scheduled; v ;
Yesterday's Results
(First Game)
New Tori ; -no 002 0004 9 0
Cleveland 200 000 1003 9 0
Sturdivant (8-5), Grim and Be-
rra.
Hegan011 (6 W cLish' MoMi "nd
ht (Sond Game)
New York 202 000 0004 I 1
Cleveland 101 OO 10x-7 12 1
Johnson, Howard.
Narleski (6-1) and Nixon,
," Wash.. ':' 012 000 020 CMS 6 2
Detroit 020 000 003 i-6 li
qievenger, Ramos, Byerly, Kem Kem-merer,
merer, Kem-merer, Heise (0-3) and Berberet.
Bunning, Byrd (30) and Houss.
icoston ooo 000 0000
Chicago 000 201 00x-3
,!:ni?ie! "8)r Delock
S 2
0
and
-Wilson (10-7) and Battey,
(First Game).
Baltimore 010 220 0207 10 1
Kansas City 105 010 000 2 6 1
and" (3"5)' and Ginsber Tri'
Dermott and Smith.
(Second Game)
Baltimore ioo 000 0012 6 0
Kansas City 100 000 20x 3 0 o
Moore (6-7), Lehman and Tri Tri-ancos.
ancos. Tri-ancos. Kellner (8-4),
Thompson.
Gorman and
efedGame
Leaves Record In
Sfafe of Suspension
PITTSBURGH, July. 22 (UP) L
The game that would end the con consecutive
secutive consecutive game streak of Stan (th
Man) Musial remains uncomplet uncompleted
ed uncompleted today, leaving officials records
in a state of suspension.
The veteran cardinal-first sack-
a doubleheader against the Pirates
yesterday, bringing his National
League record streak to 862
games. However, he didn't play
l?JeA nightcap, which was sus suspended
pended suspended in the ninth inning because
of Pennsylvania's 7 p.m., Sunday
11-2 ,nead.
The curfew halted play with one
on and one out. The game will
not be completed untU Aug. 27
when the Cards and Pirates meet
again
he might take a turn it bat. be be-ciusej
ciusej be-ciusej with the Cards being si far
a?dn,he would bat miy onct b b-fore
fore b-fore playing m the regular night
game, which will begin immed
lely- fter compleUon of the sus suspended
pended suspended game.
- However, the Cardinal "iron
man" added, "If th. g,m hSd
been completed-even with only
two ..outs remaining wpuldnt
have played. I'm sticktagly
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE SEVEN
.Today '$ Lesson: The Three R 9s

Of Going Broke

DRIVING A WEDGE

4EtW0KR0Y
has vnsuveo

INTO TUB-

PICTURE

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By JOE KING

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' By JIMMY1 BRESLIN
NEW YORK (NEA) Prof.
Geoffrey Ford listed the first prob problem
lem problem on tbe board, stepped to the
microphone and began the day's
lecture.
a Professor Ford wore glasses, a
neat blue suit, quiet tie and had

wavy gray nair. his quiet class

room voice and movements were

pertect for. say conducting a ohi

losophy course at Princeton.

"Now. gentlemen. We start with

me time element," he said. "We

tnrow out all horses that have not

raced in the last .15 days."

xne stuaunts besan calling them

out and Ford's, "School for Horse
Racing Fans" was hard at work

on the first race at Belmont Park

For four months. Ford has been

running a weekly session on how
to play horses At first., you were

inclined to take his endeavor as

typical of the lunacy which sur

rounds bettors nut Ford, no fly

by lighter,,, kept plugging along

ana now. at si. a neau, ne draws

as many as 125 to his Saturday
morning classes in a midtown new

York Hotel banquet room.

The professor is here to stav

Ana one or his students, a guy in

sports siuri who was grimly

mai&iiig up a scratch sueet, ne

lieved in h.m.

;-xeeii here every week," he
whispered, "i m uouig goou. This
man nas helped ine 101. jfut
your, mind on what he says, you il
oee.''
It; was a litue after 10 and Ford

was explaining intricacies of iig iig-uring
uring iig-uring tut! iirst race, ne riad seven
uioic to uo aau men uie ciass
would be dismissed in time to

reacu ielinont rutin wt tne uaiiy

upunie.
iiiuu had horses which had run

in tne last L nays primed ou tue

uiacKOOai'u wneu ae put uowu uie

cnaiK auu aicppeu to tbe micro'

uuune auaiu.

"jjast jei'," the teacher pointed

out, oi inuuon was oei t iNew

ioin uncus, mtt oi tuat money

was tin own aowu tue m ain wuu

out careiiii evaluation ot tne per

oes what .1 mean," the guy

saiu. "jfeopie throw away uau

tneir money.
Wlm auuut the other half?"

The guy put on a sour lace and

iwisteu io et tue oiacooaru uav
ter.

Frank Gifford, the handsome movie actor who prefers to be

a football hero, is in town on business, and there is no camera

Involved.

The MVP of prd football is en route f rom Hollywood to the
w.n, vrtr mnt trainffia fifrt at. Wlnooski Vt. where action

begins tomorrow. Football is here before anyone can untangle
the National JLeagueLbasehaisace. ..."

must lose tonnage. Paul Brown once tiaa a tacxie, unuooy urigg,
who earned a $500 bonus for-skinninar down from 340 to 275. Gif-

ford; however, is at halfback who wants to play at 195, through"

a season wnlcn extenas into unrisimas weeit, ana ne uccua

'Mddinir:

Frank confessed that the movies had him under 190, possi possibly
bly possibly as low. at 185, which may explain why he yearns for football

chow In place of noncaioric fodder. Hollywood leained umora
In a "War II flicker. Darby's Rangers, but he characteristically

does not make much of his part.
"We won the war again," he summed up, "and I died sev
eral times once in mv role and several times as a stand-in."

Jim Lee Howell, Giant coach, faces a conditioning problem
with all his squad, because ot the very early training date. The
Giants beat the rest to camp because they qualified, as world
championsfor the Ail-Star game in Chicago Aug. 9. Just a
month after the tnidseason baseball Ail-Star match there will

be another similar national TV" show on football.

SOFTEST TOUCH IN SPORTS

Th rhicaeo soot is well worth the trouble, because It Is the

softest touch in sports. The pro champion front office takes a

check for about $60,000, which eases the pain or saiary aemanns

hif title-wlnninor nlavers.

The football All-Star was founded by the late Arch. .Ward,

Chiciiirn Tribune sDorts editor, a year after he launcned tne ram

summer baseball extravaiianza in 1933,. and the two are the

firment. vhibitions In the business.

Howell's ticklish strategy is to produce a club in winning

shane Aur. 9. without riskinr stateness for the NFL opener

Sept. 29, or at any time thereafter to' late-December. : He has
tried to handle this through a two-week rest period at Bear Mt.,

Sept. 1-22, between exhibitions. : N- ;

The NFL cfiamps desire to win in Chicago because the game
virtually is a pro rivalry. The opposition is dubbed the College

All-fetars 1ut most of the players have signed. with NFL ciubs.
Two years ago the Tribune replaced college coaches wih old
n. r...iv t amrienii who pmburrassert the Cleveland Browns. 30-

27. The Browns retaliated last August by 26-0.
HOWELL HAS THE HORSES
' Lambeau has to ride with his quarterback." He Hashed a
gcod one in Ralph Gugliejml (Notre Dame) In '55, but couldn't
find one last year. He can pick from a fine group this season,
with. Paul Hornung- Wotre'Dame), Len Dawson (Purdue), John
Brocv (Stanford). Jim Harris (Oklahoma), and Ken Ploen do.

wa in hl camnl Curlv has plenty of trimmings In1 Jimmy

Brown : (Syracuse), Clarence Peaks (Michigan State), John Ar-

nett (CSC), Ron Kramer (Michigan) and Leggett 5L5U), au

No. J pro draft picks. v.'

' Howell has ail the horses who rode over the Ch lea to Bears

by 47-7 for the '56 title excepting nosey oner, nercmean tacaic
ti. iu,..h mnt find & rrDlacemeat before the eason ttpener.

His Immediate Job,' though. Is to make sure actor : Gifford
doesn't absentmindedry slip tack on a Hollywood diet for the TV

creen'ng to Cnicago Aug. 9. r

The prorwr advanced the les lesson
son lesson to intiaue a tneoiy Uiat no
bet should De placed il ihe jockey
uunoC iiiciuutu in tne top io riu riu-ers
ers riu-ers at the track.
Wn uoru, there are no wild
claims; no ueep hints ot inside in in-loimauon,
loimauon, in-loimauon, instead, ne gives you
iacis."
"One half of all races in Amer

ica, ne annownteo, vare won by

tut: lop two nurses in tne race: Vve

can nguie it aown to tne top two.
JNow, tfive me the right, one," he
beameu, "and I'm casning hail
my tickets."
"See,"' the student rasped," "we
got this thing narrowed down. We
uon't just throw money away."
He made a couple of notations
on a slip of papei, excused him himself
self himself from the claas, hustled to the
loboy, jammed into a telephone

bootn.

Tin not calling a bookmaker."

he sneered. "I'm just giving tne
late scraicnes to my hauuicapper.
1 sot one of them. too. I take no

chances."

Kensingt

on In

Sprint Feature

Post

To

Post

Race Victory

Daniel Ciniglio'a Kensington, a
big mutuels favorite, yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon raced to a relatively easy

post-to-post victory in the featur

ed six furlong $750 sprint for sec second
ond second series imported thoroughbreds
at the President Remon's race

track.

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Lionel Hebert Realizes

Boyhood Dream In PGA

By Beating Finsterwald

By OSCAR FRALEY
United Press Sports Writer

'Jockey Ruben Vasquez got Ken Kensington
sington Kensington off cn top then limited
the four year-old bay son of Den-turious-Princess
Pamina to set

his pace, under stout restraint al

influx r

By JIMMY OiTAWHIT
Written for NEA Sorvtte
annlhAw i

though Gavilar and Opuiento wer9 golf can drive mVB dixi7, take
going almost alongside. , a look at the job of chipping out
Two furlongs; oiit; Vasquez iave deeD roun 25 yards or so off
Kensington his head and he open- tne 8rn-
ed a one Ipr.Pth lead which hit

maintained a?l the way to wire de-1 You've spent days learning how
spite a brilliant closing effort' bv. to follow throush. Now nnii mm

Biakcmere. Opuiento held on save to this shot and the first thing a
third place while Chivilingo, whicV Pro WH y is, "Don't try and fol-

Went in an cntrp with Blakemere,

wound Ud With a rush to finish

fourth, only a head behind Opu-

lento.

Kensineton turned the dislanre

in MM 1:12 4-5 on a slow MM

track. He returned $4.60 and $2.40
The only mild upset of the day

was registered in the sixth race

when newcomer Zumar came

home first in his debut to odds of

S17 per win ducat

Ruben Vasauez and Aleiandro

Ycaza were the top riders with

two victories each.

The dividends:

2

1

Inside, ProfeMer Ford's talk

he had been going for ah hour

now was staring tj sound

stranscly familiar.

li you can come out of the first

race ahed, he said, "xoure .on

your way. You've got to grind it

out in this business.

Professor Ford went through a

little review, tapping on a visual

aid a table of racing percentages

wished everybody "good luck

and left.

The guy in the sports shirt took

the train tar the track and was

found, during the rest of the day,
Kivinx powerful consideration to

race after tace.

He cot the 5:45 tram back to

New York, buried his head in bis

orocrram.

"What do you thinK i n doing?"

he snapped. Tm reviewing my

mistakes."

Dayton, Ohio. July -21 (UP)-

Chubby Lionel Hebert, a long bait
belter from the bayous who never

wanted to be anything but a golf
pro, realized his boyhood dreams

today When he downed Ohio an

Dow Firistef wald, 2 and 1, to win
the PGA golf championship.

Twenty years ago, when he was
big-eyed kid of nine, .Lionel be

gan playing golf with a beat up

driver belonging to his 14-year-old

brother, Jay. And that was the

big club in his shiny new sei to

day as he clipped six strokes off

par to flatten his 27-year-old rival

from Athens, Ohio.

It was a big day, If one in the
steaming 90's, as the hardhHtng
longsbot captured one of, golf's

most coveted prizes over the roll

ing acres of Miami Valley Golf
Club,. Because while he was pick

ing up the f8,J00 top prize, big
brother Jay. with whom he first

started hitting golf balls back in
their .native Lafayette, La., was

beating veteran Charley Sheppard

of West Newton, Mass., 5 and
3, to gain seventh place money of

Il.MW.

u0" ivei far
imo the rough. But from the oV

Jiters as they hooked up in a Dar
busting duel. p r
.kH VfJl11,0 the wea-

...w utu eJa a i-up ieao on the
first nine but theyfinished the
morning 18 holes all even, Fin Finsterwald
sterwald Finsterwald with a thres-unflo

35-3368 on the oar .1.is7i

course and Hebert with a 35-3469. 2

2

1

FIRST RACE
Dr Bill $6.20, $3.80
Linda frusy $5.80.
SECOND RACE
Dagcn 3.40, $2.40
Julio Verne $2.60
Firs Double: $10.(0
THIRD RACE
Fru Fru $3.20, $2.40
Certameu $3.

One-Two: $7.
FOURTH RACE
Orando $7.80, $3.60
Golden Moon $2.40
Quinitla: $13
FIFTH RACE
Argyla $5.60, $3.20
Don Srigido $4.80
SIXTH RACE
Zumar $17, $10.20
- Best $10.40

low through. Hit this one strictly

wuu we wrisis.

e s right, too. So you throw
out everything you've been doing
and play this one differently.
To play a short shot out of deep
rough the wrists must be cocked
firmly. You bring the club direct

ly, at tne Dan, then flip those
wirsts. The danger in the follow
through is Ihut you clubhead

use a nine iron or pitching wedge
here will be thrown off line by

CADIZ. Spsin, July 22 (UP)
Four football teams from Spain,
Portugal and France will meet

nere within a month to dispute the

imra namon oe carranza tro
phy.

Spain's Sevilla and Atletico de
Bilbao, France's Racing of Paris
and Portugal iBelenenses, will

meet nere on Aug. 31 and Sept. 1.
The "Ramon de Carranza" font.

ball trophy is worth 1000.000 pese-

ia vauuui aouara).

If A iff
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SEVENTH RACE
1 Kensington $4.60. $2.40

2 Blakemere $2.60

Second Double: $51
EIGHTH RACE
1 Pavinetto $6, $3.60
2 Dawn Sonp $5.20,
Quintals: $11.80
NINTH RACE
1 Aberargie $8.80, $3.80
2 Picudo S2.60

J)ot
lose your shirt
on wrong
campaigns

Mvcttise

in the

IPanama-Amsnca!

and keep it on!

OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
PANAMA, REPUBLIC OT PANAMA
Complete Prize-winninj; Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 2002, Sunday, July 21, 1957
The whole ticket has 52 pieces divided in two series "A" It "B" ot 26 pieces each.

First Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize

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5565
8087

$ 52,000.00
$ 15,600.00
$ 7,800.00

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The Long Arm

Of Racing Law

NEW YORK (NEA) Belmont
Park is being criticized because

of its tnile-and-a-half track.

. Little tracks afford a better

view of races. .There is the story
of the track, out west described

as having been so small that the!

officials never had to bother with

foul claims. Their stand was it

the infield and whenever it look

ed like a jockey was getting out
of line they simply leaned out

and rapped him with a stick, dis

pensing discipline on tne spot.:

The most popular track today

Is one of a mile if it is properly
constructed, although many con contend
tend contend that the ideal strip for spec spectators
tators spectators ehould measure three-quar

ters oi a mile.

That was one of the consolation

matches, as defeated semi-finalist
Walt Burkemo of Franklin, Mich.,

dowsed Don Whitt of Alameda.

Calif.; 3 and 1, for third, place

money after Claude Harmon of

Mamaroneck, N.Y., defaulted

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Sports ;Sltorls

MONTREAL. July 22 (UPX DiJ

te Walker of Toronto nas been nam-

Fiflh Inlernaiional

Fishing Tournamenl

Friday the "Hilda" set out with

Gilberto Arias,-Roberto Aleman,

ana narry 5irunz jr. aDoara

Aqnilino Vsllarino, president of

uiefanama Bod and Reel Club

which is sponsoring the Fifth In International
ternational International Mtrlin and Siilfish

Tournament.' went oat Saturday;

to fish around the Perlas. Aqui-J

lino s daughter Maui is going J

to try her lues, fishing, along with
her houseguert. Shelley Speed who'
is the daughter of the governor

ox. Uississippi..

The veca" set out with En Enrique
rique Enrique Kochrat) and two friends.
More Army boats bave gone out
to Cocos. We should have a good

runoowt! on eatcnes by Monday.!
as radio eommuniration has not

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The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending in I and not included la tbe above list win Fifty Two Dollars (52.00)

each.

Signed by ALBERTO ALEMAN, Governor of the' Province of Panama Ced. 47-12155
The Representative ef the Treasury. JOSE GUIIXERMO AIZPV

WITNESSES: tt Ced. N 47-11155

LeevigUdo Berrecal Ced. Ne. 47-192

JULIO R. TALDES D,
Notary Public, Panama

PABLO A. PIXEL RL,
Secretary

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claim Barmanl far laach. .....

ed to jniDS'e the Interna tion; I ermen will trine back the done.

uiiar Au-svar team wmca wi i

play the Brooklya Dodeers at Mon-

tresl Aog. 1", it was announced

Shaughnessy.

On Toesdsv. Panama Airwsvs

(APA) in tbe interest f sports

today by League President Frank fishing is bringing down two writ

ers to fish -and write about the I

ftalxer wrui manaeed Rochecfre lniimmt rin u inha xtmrUm

last year, was selected beesusel editor of "Southern Outdoora" aiwi I

uic icasuc rxuuiin u me ouirr irewgr .ux, nem
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Balloting fur tbe All-Stars wil hanker and sportsmsn Jack Rie-
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' Sunday, July 2, 1957
. Drawing Nember 7IS

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C L AS S I F I E D S
THIS SPACE JS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
' THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740

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Houses Apartments

FOR RENT. Brand naw chalat,
'Lema Alegrs." 2 badroams, living-dining
room, perch, hot wa wa-ttr
ttr wa-ttr initallarion. Call 2-2648.
2-2671.
FOR RENT: Furnisfiaa' thraa thraa-badroom
badroom thraa-badroom chalat. Phona 2-2175.
FOR RENT: 2-badroom chalat
with bathi, privata antrancas, ga ga-raga.
raga. ga-raga. Juito Arpsamana D-456.
Phona 3-6167.
Resorts
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phona Panama
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mils past Ca Ca-aino.
aino. Ca-aino. Phono Balboa 1866.
New 'Sylvania' Set
For Cristobal Slop
Around Christmas
The neW 22,000-ton Cunard liner
Sylvania. latest addition to tne
company's fleet, will make a 15 15-day
day 15-day Christmas and New Year
-cruise to the West Indies and
outh America, it was announced
-today by G. L. Bowen, general
passenger manager of Cunard in
the United States.
The holiday cruise, schedulued to
tail Dnc. 21,, will include five of
the Caribbean i most exciting
cruise ports.
Offering accomodations as low
as $375, the Sylvania will be the
nawest liner cruising the West
Indies. She will call at Port-au-Prince,
capital city of Haiti, Cu
racao, Cristobal, Havana and Nas Nassau.
sau. Nassau. Passengers will celebrate New
Year s Eve in Havana.
J An exDerienced cruise staff un
der the direction of Victor Ogley,
Cunard' s West Indies Cruise di
rector, will rur a 'round-the-clock
program o shipboard gaiety paced
By Broaaway nigm ciud enienoiu enienoiu-nient.
nient. enienoiu-nient. Cunard recently announced a se
riea of four winter sunshine cruis
es for the 35.000-ton Mauretania,
commencing Feb. 11 with an 18 18-day
day 18-day voyage to ten Caribbean ports.
Mrs. Granberry, 75,
former CZ Resident
Dies Aboard Plane
Mrs. Olen E. Granberry, well well-known
known well-known former resident of the Can Canal
al Canal Zone, died suddenly last week
aboard an airliner en route from
Florida to New York. She was 75
years old.
A native of Tennessee, Mrs.
"Granberry made her home in the
Canal Zone for many years. Her
late nusband was supervisor of
telephones for the Electrical Divi Division
sion Division at the time of his retirement
n iQ4? H had ioined the Canal
organization as a Telephone and!
Telegraph Inspector in 1908.
Aecordina to a St. Petersburg
Fla.. newspaper, Mrs. Granberry
became ill while the plane was
.flying at 19,000 near Charleston,
i s r.. on a nen-stOD flight from
Tampa to New York. The plane
w::s diverted into the Charleston
airport but Mrs. Granberry was
dead when the plane landed,
Sh-? is survived by a son, Har
ry Granberry, who lives in St.
Petersburg and was with her a:
hnarH the Diane, and bv two daugh
tr Mrs Al Wvcoff of Ruther-,
ford, N. J., and Mrs. Howard
Christensen, whose husband, Lt.

Col. Christensen is on duty witnicost more than the additional

the Air Force in lonyo.
Funeral services
held in Macon, Ga.
were to
be
Ton don't have to worry
abont TV troubles when
you use
; TELERAD, S. A.
Trompt, Guaranteed Service
- Call Panama 2-2374.
fOR BETTER
USED CARS
unicarT S. A.
VOLKSWAGEN
Ageacy
THE BEST
GARBAGE CAILS
j are made by
PANAMA SHEET
METAL WORKS

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ATTENTION. 0. I.I Juat built
modarn farnlihad apartmants, I,
2 baa" rooms, bet, cold water.
Phona Panama 3-4941.

FOR RENT t -Spacious two-bad-room
unfurniihad apartment in
fine reiidential dictriet, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office hours.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2-badroom
apartment. Phona office
hours 2-0321, after office hours
2-3525.
FOR RENT: Apartment 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living and dining room,
porch, hot watar, maid's room,
garage, Bella Vista, Colombia St.
No. 44-17. Inquire same build building.
ing. building. FOR RENT: Apartment, three
bedrooms, two baths, living-dining
room, large kitchen, laundry,
clothesline and maid's room with
bath at Campo Alagre. For in information
formation information call Panama 3-4641.
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished 1 -bedroom apartment.
51st St. No. 30. Call 3-7069 or
3-2097.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, new building "Balladares,"
opposite the Santuario Church.
Phono 3-7658.
FOR RENT: 3-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bathrooms, large dining
and living room, separata maid'a
room with bath, garage, unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, in high cool locality. All
screened. In El Cangrejo. Phono
office hours 2-0321, after office
hours 2-3525.
FOR' RENT: One bedroom nice nicely
ly nicely furnished apartment. Phena
87-61 10 office hours only.
Postal Pay
Will Pass;
Get Vetoed
WASHINGTON, July 22 (UP)
The administration has abandoned
hope of blocking Houst passage
of a 320-miliion-doiiar postal pay
raise bill today and will de depend
pend depend on the President's veto to
kill the measure, it was learned
today.
Informed sources said adminis administration
tration administration forces will wage only a
token fight against the bill despite
President Eisenhower's repeated
warnings that it would feed in
flation. They looked for an over
whelming vote in favor of pas passage.
sage. passage. But these sources also predicted
that Eisenhower would veto the
measure if it should clear the
Senate and that a veto would be
sustained. They said some Repub
licans who plan to vote for the
bill already have said they would
vote to uphold a veto.
I he measure calls for a basic
wage increase of $546 a year for
the nation's 518,000 postal workers
with the exception of rural car
riers and fourth class postmas postmasters.
ters. postmasters. They would get $546 or 12
per cent, whichever was less.
Eisenhower and his fiscal ad
visers have opposed any across-
the-board pay increase for federal
workers now on grounds that it
would increase inflationary dan dangers
gers dangers and postpone the day when
general tax relief would be
possible.
Some Republicans said the only
way tne postal bill could escape
a presidential veto would be for
the Senate to couple it with an
administration backed proposal
to raise postal rates, including
a four-cent stamp on fir.t-cliss
Still Not Veto-Proof
But other sources said even this
might not
make the legislation
veto proof. They said general pay
raise legislation eventually would
irevenues Drougnt in Dy tne postal
rate bill
The Senate Civil -Service Com
mittee last wees approved a
series of federal pay and benefit
bills including a postal measure
that would add about a billion
dollars a year to the cost of
operating the government.
These measures would give
postal and non-postal government
employes combined increases
totalling about 610 million dollars
a year.
The House Post Office and Civil
Service Committee has approved
a pay boost for other white collar
government workers which would I
cost aooui S3Z minion dollars a
year on top of the postal increase.
Housing Branch
At Fort Amador
Moved To New Site
Ui. Army Caribbean's Housii a
Branch, located at Fort Amador,
has been moved from its former!
site, building T-57, and has been
relocated in building 3, previous
ly occupteo oy post headquarters.
The branch is part of the Adjutant
general section.
The following telephone numbers
remain unchanged: officer in
charge. S2-3280: officer housinc.

,82 3219: csvilua housinc, 12-3219:

civmaa Housing, SZ-2Z71; enlisted
and clearaace aectron, C2-326&. -I

LEAVE TOVn AD WITH ONE OF. OUR AGENTS OK OUB OFFICES AT 13-ST -IT HTKKET, PANAMA LIBHERIA rRKCMDO7 Sfrast No. II AOENCIAS
INTERNAL. OE PUBLIC ACIONES No. 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 43 LOURBES PHARMACY 182 La Carrasquilla FARMACIA LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 28 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. J St a) LEWIS SEBVICL Av. Tivoll No. 4 FARMACIA CS1ADOS UNIDOS 14 Central At,
FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE 4. Fo. da la Osaa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Juste Aroaemena Ave. andSJSt. FARMACIA
VAN-DKR-JIS fl Street No. U FAJUUACIA EL BATUKRO Tarque Leferte I Street 0 FARMACIA "S AS" Via ronaa 111 jNOVEDADES ATHIS Betide
the Bella VtoU Theatre. ... ., . lfv ''L,'Jy '. - ,.;.' -,' v; 1

Automobiles
FOR SALE: '56 Ford V8 Ford Ford-bmatic
bmatic Ford-bmatic 4 -door Mainline, radio,
heater. Phona Navy 3514.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford, 27,000
miles, extras. .Excellent condition
$1000. Phono 2-2011 office
hours.
FOR SALE: 6-cylinder 1953
Pontiac Station Wagon, radio,
new transmission, duty paid.
Phona Panama 3 0290 or
2-5415.
FOR SALE: 1948 2-door Aus Austin
tin Austin sadan $195. Phone day 87 87-5225.
5225. 87-5225. evenings 83-3220.
FOR SALE: 1956 Savoy Ply Plymouth,
mouth, Plymouth, radio, wsw tires. Day
Phone 87-7189, after 6 o'clock
call Gamboa 6-114. Price $1725.
FOR SALE: 1948 Cadillac,
good tires, duty paid. Best offer
over $300. Balboa 2-3181.
FOR SALE: 1953 Bel Air two two-door,
door, two-door, powerglide, perfect me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition. 2-4432.
FOR SALE: 1956 MG. first
$1400. Phone Bslboa 2-3376 or
Panama 3-4120.
FOR SALE: 1954 Buick Cen Century
tury Century Hardtop Riviera fully equip equipped
ped equipped $850; Phone Panama No.
3-4120.
FOR SALE: 1952 Hillman Con Convertible.
vertible. Convertible. Phone Albrook 86 86-3243.
3243. 86-3243. leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
TRANSPORTED BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Pheaos 1-34$ I 2-2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding flr Jumping Classes daily
' 3 to 5 p.m. Phona 2-2451
or by appointment.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar T..lfe Ins. Co.
for rates and information
Tel. Panama Z-0551
VISIT
OUR
CAMERA
Department
9 U.llllll
PANAMA COLON
Across El Banco Naclonal
GOP Scores Demos
For Move To Kill
Building Program
WASHINGTON. July 22 (UP)
Republicans criticized a Demo
cratic eont-olled House subcommit
tee today for moving to kill a
program under which private
capital is employed to construct
federal buildings.
The so called lease purchase
program expires a t midnight
Monday. It calls for construction
of 349 projects with an estimated
11,400,000,000 in private capital.
The subcommittee headed by
Rep. Robert E. Jones (D-Ala)
last week rejected administration
backed legislation to extend the
program. Instead, the subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee recommended legislation to
authorize direct construction of
the buildings by the federal
government
Rep. J. Harry McGregor of
Ohio, senior Republican on the
ull committee, said Jones' action.
f sustained, would block needed
construction work in Jones' home
tJtc Alabama as well as other
areas.
Extension "of the lease-purchase
program would have to be de delayed
layed delayed until Congress appropriates
the funds. He disputed Jones' con contention
tention contention that the Democratic plan
was cheaper ever the lodg-ruv
saying the reverse was true.
Similar protest was voiced by
letter, sent to House Rtpublicai.

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jj Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Bargain. Chinese
dining room set. Box 86 Balboa,'
CZ.
FOR SALE: Zeiss Ikonta BX
modal 2 x 2 14 camera with
case. Braun Hobby electronic
flash. All for $130. Call Balboa
3296 between 5 and 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: A.K.C. registered
Cocker Spaniel puppies. 2262
Carr Street, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Two air-conditioning
units, perfect condition. Ap Apply
ply Apply personally, Tivoli Ave. (4th
of July Ave.) 21-A-24, Apart Apartment
ment Apartment 7, office hours.
FOR SALE: Movie screen on
adjustable stand plus four-bulb
floodlight sat with four-button
control. Balboa 2755.
FOR SALE: Boxer dog, 1 year
old, $30; two bicycles $15 each
one. Phona 3-3109.
FOR kiddies parties we offer: Pi Pi-Aatas,
Aatas, Pi-Aatas, Surprises. Cookies, Can Candies,
dies, Candies, Chocolate. Salon Lili,
Swaet Shop, next to Panama Ho Hotel.
tel. Hotel. FOR SALE: Business, On ac account
count account of trip. Well situated', or organised
ganised organised and productive. Be in informed
formed informed personally. Via Esparto
No. 43-34, front of Clayco.
FOR SALE: 2 nativa riding
ponies and saddles. Can ba seen
at Albrook Riding Stables. Phono
Albrook S6-3243.
WANTED : Excellent cook. Ref Reference
erence Reference required. Apply 8th St.,
Santa Isabel No. 9068, A?'. 5-
Unit Of 12 B-57's
Sent To S. America
To Stage Maneuvers
The TJSAF's Tactical Air Com
mand has deployed a unit of 12 B B-57's
57's B-57's that "arrived this morning at
Caribbean Air Command's How Howard
ard Howard Air Force (Base as phase two
of "Operation Vista' Able."
The B-57 Martin twin engine
"Niaht Intruders" are from the
461st Bomb Wing at Blytheville,
Arkansas
The aircraft left Brookley Air
Force Base as their first stop from
Blytheville and arrived in the Can Canal
al Canal Zone approximately three and
a half hours later. They are slated
to depart on Wednesday for a one one-day
day one-day visit in Quito, Ecuador, where
the aircraft will be shown to the
public on static display and will
perform a fly-by. On Thursday
they go to Maracay, Venezuela,
where also static display and tac
tical air maneuvers will be staged.
tical air maneuvers win oe siagea.i
Friday and depart for Blytheville
on Sunday.
The phase one of "Operation
Vista Able" was carried out last
week when 12 B-57s from the same
tactical air unit performed a sim
ilar trip to Lama, Peru returning
to Howard last naay.
Gn. O. P. Weyland, command
er of the Tactical Air Command
said, "Vista Able is a routine De Deployment
ployment Deployment of tactical air forces that
run h made anv day and to any
ptaee in the globe by the USAF'sj
Tactical Air command.
Today's flight was led by CoL
Robert Paulson, deputy command commander
er commander of the 461 Bomb Wing at Blythe
ville. The first phase was unaer
the command of Col. Thomas R.
Ford, Commander of the 461st.
Although the TAC is continually
deploying units on mobility exer exer-oUm.
oUm. exer-oUm. this is the first time the
461st Bomb Ving hat taken part!
in a Latin American maneuver.
W. German Croup
In Russia To Talk
Trade, Prisoners
MOSCOW, July 22 (UP) A
28-man West German delegation
arrivec' here today to negotiate
a trade Diet with the Soviets and
try to arrangt the repatriation of
80,000 Germans.
Members oi tne soviet roreign
nri Trade ministries met the
Mfcleg? toded
if?.vn .J:8 Z. u. .rvf iw
on iu arrival oj
train from Heisiniu. ine ereei-,
ines were warm and friendly.
PreUminary talks were to
tomorrow. Soviet trade expeit
V. M. Seuiyenov will represent
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Umpire Lawman
LAS VEOAS, KevH July 2?
CTTP Jimu AritBbt isht
learned the hard way that an
umnire's word literally la law.
Argenbrlgbt got into a heated
dispute with umpire Bob Ever
ett while watching a local base baseball
ball baseball game Friday. At the height
of the argument the umpire
pulled out a police badge and
arrested the startled spectator
for disorderly conduci.

Home Articles
FOR SALEii-Mahogany chest, 2
armchairs, ceffeo table (glass-'
top), dining table, 4 chairs, alu aluminum
minum aluminum porch chairs, refrigerator,
miscellaneous. "Lowest prices.
Calle 46 No.. 49 corner Colom Colombia,
bia, Colombia, facing park, Apr; Phono
3-1857, 5-9; Sunday 10-5.
FOR SALE: Mahogany dining
set; 9 pieces; punch bowl, silex,
2 doss, cut glass ornaments $75;
2 comfortable easy chairs, 2
small tables, vases, lamp, etc.
$15; heavily silver plated "Last
Supper" $12; 7 places maheg maheg-any
any maheg-any carved bedroom set $185.
0779-8 Williamson Place, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1852. from I to 8 p.rav
FOR SALE: Kenmore automatic
washer, baby bed, high chair.,
stroller, combination awing and
carseat. Phone Albrook 86-3243.

Latin American Elementary Schools
Announce Activities For Music Week
Thft. Latin Amprlnnn l.mannj ,.

tary school in rTi" !" 1 10 aance; and the

- -- V UVllC
are observing their annual Mu Music
sic Music Week this week. In previous
years this music festival was
celebrated hi May. Since the Lat Latin
in Latin American schools now open
in May and not in September, i
became necessary t change the
dates o the observance.
During Music Week all students
win participate in music activi activities
ties activities with, special programs of 30
to 45 minutes being presented.
me lojiowmg. is a. summary
the special Droeramx whtrh
will be presented:
La Boca School
On Wedensdav. bettinnino- nt
1:30 p.m., PUDlls Of the nrlmarv
and intermediate grades will
sing; in the La Boca Study Hall.

jumur iiign cnorus win aisoitnf scnooi basement on the fol
talce parMn tMrogramT flbw(rWW-

Paralso. Elementary and Junior
High School
A program will be given In the
Paralso Theater on Thursday, at
1:30 p.m. students from the dif different
ferent different grade levels will partici participate
pate participate as follows: Kindergarten
throueh Orari will

I tne pantomime "Cinderella In'mentary school rlee

Music ; Grades 3-4 will sing
Isthmian Students
Join 96 In Capital

WASHINGTON July 22 8 ap-i day. During their tour of the ca ca-proxnnately
proxnnately ca-proxnnately 96 high school stu-1 nitsl t ho v will h. oiv.n "hri

dents repreenting 46 States, the
iiBiiia vaDai one, nave arrivea
here to participate in the Ameri American
can American Legion's 12th annual Boys'
Natioo program being held on the
campus oi tne .university of Ma-,
ryiana.
Don M. Randel of Panama and
Larry J. Siegil of Balboa are re representing
presenting representing the Canal Zone at Boy's'
Nation meeting. j
Diirinr thir visit tn th natinn'r
capital, the boys, who average 171
tha

duties of governing the nation by(ofic" t b eld today on the
holding their own Senate sessions J campus of the aUniversity of Me-
tu :i, j: 1 : 1 : i I rvlnn I Inn n CT thir visit in

ing before the Congress including
a proposal to determine possible
disability of the President (S.238)!
and requirement of members of
sidi ii ome ,S. lamT
I'nnnrtd tn ti itiunuHiu on nut 1
ine oeiegaies jwuj aiso a ppoiri
their own cabinet and Supreme!
Court jusUces. conduct their own'
Znl ZVTTA-
"Jd,f,,"tlh'fJ .Wn PreWi
H'Chlicht of the Boy s Nauov
nroCTam wUl be a meeting with

President Eisenhower during a vis- ryland, ditrbtg their stay in the sermons oa tne : beauty and bopn scUng suspiciously. Silver alleged alleged-it
it alleged-it to the Wh'te House on Thurs-I nation's capitaL The boys will cf Christ s bulb, r lly made the rounds of tisbers whe
- leave for their homes on Friday.' Rev.. George Stanford of tne had. taken up the collection m

British Actor, 54,
Takes25-Year-Old
Brooklyn Bride
NEW VOFK. a (UP -.
British actor WUfnd Hyde-White
-" ,j rw,irivi
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born actress .two years yo8';
'Vm ,nd rtw KaTJ
Hyde-White. M, and Etne -Kwe-
man, 2S, were mar,.eJ ia i a bnef
ceremony at the UntversaUit
ceremony
Church
y I v .1. TM.J.
inrch ol the Divine Piter nity.
The bride's 52-year-old inner,

Irving Koreman. a movie eound, Tt)M corain, visiting Pan Pan-engineer,
engineer, Pan-engineer, gave ber away. .1 canal waterr for a four-day
. Hvde-White and tot- brute, t im.tim wttn mtd-

whoae stage name is Ethel' Drew.)
met at a supper- warty last fail
while he was aoo caring here ia

the Broadway comedy, "The Re-, r --'.
luctant Debutante." -frey a The rgrbuo is supervised bj
luctant Debutante. They an-the vessel's : chaplain, comdr
aounced their engagement an Hayden Lampe, and tinder the
months ago. 'direction of Alphonso Patter-
Tne bridegrbora has beea mar-Mn, seaman, who is .a music
ried once before. He as a eoty traduate of the Hampton Insti Insti-Itichael.
Itichael. Insti-Itichael. ST. lute. Hampton. W
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SERVICES

The. FATIMA PHARMACY lo located
cated located at Mercade El Ray, offers
efficient filling af prescriptions,
, and homo, delivery service. Phone
ATTENTION r" Gamboa Residents
TV "Service Calls en TUES TUESDAYS
DAYS TUESDAYS ONLY $6,50. Las Cum Cum-bres
bres Cum-bres residents on THURSDAYS
ONLY $6.50. Fort Kobbo calls
on WED NESDA Y S ONLY
$5.50. Local area calls continue
at $3.50; Phond U.S., Television
Panama 2-4616. 1
3-minuto car wash $!, steam
Cleaning of motor $5. Waxing of
ears $5. Auto-Bane, Trans-1st h- t
mien Highway near1 Sears.
SEWING-INSTRUCTIONS free.
Njseojesty. to own dr buy
NECCHI sewing machine. CASA
ADMIRABLE, branch, at 44th
Street, corner Juste Aroiemena
Avenue. Telephone 3-1373.
elementary chon7 V' J"?
(,min.;i,i.r "V .""u S
L'.; rwS6 ,c .Vs WIUI
student wiu 1P
students will participate in this i
program.
Santa Crus School
A program will be given In the
school basement on. Friday t
1:30 p.m,. A group of primary
grade students will sing; inter intermediate
mediate intermediate grade students will give
group oi ioik aances and sing
their own accompaniment; and
a junior high. school chorus will
also sing.
Rainbow City Elementary
School
Various elementary : groups
Will e-lv a Half Hrmr f I
.Tuesday at 11 a m., a eroun of
4Q 'third and fourth graders will
sing for the rest of their class classmates.
mates. classmates. Wedensday at 3 p.m:, the fifth
and sixth graders will sing tor
each other and give two folk
aances.
Thursday at 2 p.m., the ele
club will
'present a program.
Randel, Siegil
At Boys' Nation
Ing" at the Pentagon by the coun-
In addition, there will be side
trips to the capitol building, the
State Department, FBI headquar-
ters
the U. S. Supreme Court,
the National Archives and other
Government buildings.
I
The youngsters wiU conduct their
own memorial ana wreatb-iaying
ceremonies at the Tomb of the i
Unknown Soldier. Among other of-1
fiotal duties will be the election of 1
Ptol Hdl, the boys will meet then
w.a. itenaiors.
Each year two outstanding high
Whool Juniors' from each partiei-
IState chosen to attend -Boy's
paunx mciicn icxiun iour
. ;
Approximately .20.000 youngster
took part in Boy's state programs

yt"' Ther;'we7e Chri., tree, and
Th. Rov'. Nation aroon are bAleS in the ch'irc'ies and the

letea at tne university oi aiary-,vT
land at nearby College Park,

Wisconsin; Choir
On' Air Toniaht
Over CFN Network
rifteen mInute of eongs by
th- th-
lne r,mT c"u iruui Urc
"isconain w ov jbcuwb w-
night over CFN teUvlalon and
..... ... :
, M '. ...
group,' whd sang at dl-
" .eaterdaT at the
ChapeL' will appear on
ZJ.
"PtMriml' at n m.
' .I
v,,,,. tMininf crolse "Bra
y leave tomorrow moro-
inr

' WANTED: Saleslady, writs P.O.
ox J 1 73 Panama, state oxperi-
once, enclose photo, confidential
treatment assured. ...

Real Estate
FOR SALE: Modern ocean view
house, exclusive neighborhood, 3
: bedrooms, terraces, garden, hot
water, Nine thousand ddllara
down. Box 86 Balboa.
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: Cabin cruiser 46
feet long, 2 Chrysler motors 125
' hp, each, accommodation for 1 1
persons, completely equipped.
Can be seen at Stranger Club,
Colon, R.P. For information tela-'
Phone Colon 627.

Kenneth Roberts Working
On New Novel At Death

KENNBBUNKPORT, Me., July
22 (UPKenneth Roberts, author
of the best selling novel "North "Northwest
west "Northwest Passage" and other stories
based on American history, died
yesterdsy at his home in, the New
England town where h was born
71 years: ago. a
Roberts' .death came, after a
.? ,mneM. muy said. He
M ive untu ne was
stricken with a coronary throm-
?wsis- Ferjl rrangements,.were
incomplete.
The former journalist and sol.
dier of fortune became as famous
for his support of the dousing rod
theory of finding water as for his
novels. He wrote, several books
and articles on the use of the
dousing rod, a forked stick, which
he maintained moved downward
when held over the site of an.
underground well
Roberts recently was cited by
the Pulitzer' Prize Committee for
"stimulating interest in American
history through his eight best-
selling novels.
His historical novels were writ written
ten written with such nainstakine care
that some persons regarded' them
as more accurate than the work
of many historians. In addition
"HortnweefciPassage," some of his
better known novels werer "Rabble
in Arms," ArundeK' and "Oliver
wisweii." :
The books brought a1 fortune to
Roberts, and it was augmented by
the sale to the movies of several
of the stones.
Roberts as born here on Dec.
8, 1885 He was graduated from
Cornell College in 1908. During his
years as a journalist, he worked
for Life, Puck and The -Saturday
Evening Post. In 1918-1919, he
.
" : m- x- f "r1""1
intelligence in the Siberian Expe-j
amonary fotce. -,
After serving overseas as a rov
ing correspondent for The Satur
day Evening. Post. Roberts
worked as the, magazine's Wash Washington
ington Washington correspondent for a few
years. In 192S and 1927,, he turned
Vicksburg Marks
Non-Commercial
Xmas In Summer
VJCKSBURG, Mich.. July 22
(UPV Protestant church goeie
celebrated Christmas yesterday in
94-degreet heat but the clergy a-
greed the yuleUde -spirit was "in;
season."
Five-hundred persons attended
th
burg's four Protestant churches.
The First Hethodist Churcr
. .
J aU a
effort to regain the holiday's hou
ness, and lose the commercial-
j -V- r. ..-
wui.u.F1raj jcti
lorTe SFS
nation the town's utir Prot.1
fJSSTy-fV'SSSri
" "Zl.lw..'".

VW' "jL i"wi?u "e avauium.
Ma-,lng of Christmas earoU and A policeman noted Silver waf

Methodist church said the carols,
psycnoJogieally bad a cooling ef effect
fect effect oa his sweltering vengrega
tion. .
,tu fUXS UU
'Owens' Blast
Until Tomorrow
las Vegas. Nev" juw tup)
The Atomic Energy Commission
today postponed detonation of nu nuclear
clear nuclear shot "Owens" ontil tomor
row st 1:30 a.m. (PDT) because
of unfavorable weather conditions,
.- The postponement was the sixth
consecutive delay of tbe firing of
the below avers ge size nuclear de
vice. The test was scheduled to be
stsged at :30 a.m. PDT) today
before the latest postponement.
-Owr-" b1"- as the ""th bl-st
in the summer test eries, is xH
pected to have "a yield equivalent
to e.eoo toes ef TNT.
It will be fired from a helium.
filed ballot S0 fei above tbe
Ntvada previsg ground

COMMISSION salespeople for
"ADMIRABLE' furniture, radio,,
Leonard refrigereters, washing
, machines and stoves, NECCHI
sawing Machine and other house- u
, hold appliances; and OLYMPIA
typewriters. CASA ADMIRABLE,
next to the Lottery Building, :
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL. CZ.
AUTO BANO DRIVE-IN, Trans Trans-'
' Trans-' Isthmian Highway vniar Sears.
. Best hamburgers in ewn( chick-.
- enburgers and Mexlburgers and
Italian ice cream. Open Saturday
'till 2 a.m. ,.
Our specialty, home-made butter
cake. Call Panama 3-6341, Salon
Lili.
to the work that brought him his
greatest renewn-history.
Roberts collected material for
a series of novels he hoped would
paint a comprehensive picture of
early campaigns of the American
Revolution. He was attracted ti
this period because His own fami family
ly family had been active in the revolu revolution.
tion. revolution.
With .the help of his friend and
neighbor. Booth Tarkincton. Rob-
rerts worked out the nlot and
characters ol "Arundel," his first
novel. It became a best seller and.
was followed by the other storiei
in his series.
Roberts recently completes!
work on the proofs of his latest
book, "Water Unlimited." it wai
the third of bis books on- the con controversial
troversial controversial subject of dousing rods,
He is survived by his widow,
the former Anna S. Mosser, whom
he married in 1911. They had.nt
children.
Nasser Aide Picked
tt Head Earl's
CAIRO, Egypt, July 22 (UP
Egypt's first NAtional Assem Assembly
bly Assembly since the ouster of King Fa
rotik .five years ago met todaj
and promptly' picked a right right-hand
hand right-hand man of President Gamal
Abdel Nasser as its president.
The delegates by a vote ol
332 of the 341 m-esent selected
Abdel La tie Boghdadi, present
Minister nf Mun1f1nal anrf On.
w&Hw uawa, s4tl avw-
otirai Aiiairs and a member ol
Nasser's Revolutionary Junta
One candidate received Sevei
votes and two others one voti
each. V
iThe election was held by se secret
cret secret ballot after deputy Man Man-moud
moud Man-moud Galal protested that un unopposed
opposed unopposed choice of Boghadi wouli
be almost the same thing as di
rect appointment by the presi president.
dent. president. The constitution calls foi
an election.
Boghdadi was once president
of the Revolutionary Tribunal
which prosecuted members ol
the Farouk regime. He is a 40-
year-old brigadier who foughi
In Palestine before the creauoa
of the state of Israel.
IJV CalArmsn -TrlAf
I JdlCillldll lllwj
(To Steal Offerings
Af TirahaiTI Dalltf
1 Ulallfliil Kalll
,
S
w,Ifned t(,v on charpe
tryirig 8tea, 1500 lt the Billy
.Graham Yankee Stadium ra
Saturday night by posing as I
convert helmet to collect the of
ferine.
Police said Louis Silver, 48. waf
carrying: a shopping bag filled
with Billy Graham crusade col
lection, cannisters when he was
cardboard containers. He 'told
them he was in charge of the
cannisters and would take them
to the main office, police said.
He was about to leave tbe
stadium with his shopping bag
filled with rannisters when he was
arested, police said: He was held
ia $1,500 bad for grand Jury
action.
Arrny Starts 2nd
Nuclear Course
For Operators V
' -
The Army Nuclear 'Program k
beginning a second cycle of train training
ing training for nuclear power plant per
atjng personnel a or about Jaa
u. IKS, according te a Depart
met of the Army circular.
' Enlisted men will be trained tf -L
meet immediate requtrtmeots f( i
nuclear power plants.
The trsiniBf snll include a sis
n?on;b 4asic academic course is
nuclear power plant technology a si
s months ot operational training
All training will be conducted a
Fort Belvwr, Va.

Miscellaneous



NDATrjULT 22, 1957

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BY GEORGE WUNDEB
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"Moment of Suspense'
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stewards handed one of the
stiffest suspensions to a top
jockey since the inauguration
of the modern racing plant
Saturday when they "laid off"
Bias Aguirre for the rest of the
year.
Aguirre was suspended on the
basis of suspicion that he had
something to do with the con contradictory
tradictory contradictory performance of the

$71 longshot winner Mezereum
In the last race Saturday. j
I

The horse was suspended for

12 meets and trainer Jose O. Men

doza was fined $50 as a result of
Mezereum's surprise win.
Mezereum barely lasted to
nose out mutuels favorite Canoe
by the slimmest of margins in
the last race. Aguirre rode Ca Canoe
noe Canoe and Heliodoro Gustines had

the leg up on the winner.

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Rights
Legislat

Foes Clash

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In his two previous outings,
Mezereum trailed with Aguirre
in the saddle. However, the
horse's trainer, told the stewards
that he was satisfied with, the
rides given Mezereum by Agui

rre. He even claimed mat Agui Aguirre
rre Aguirre notified him that the horse

appeared to have a sore snoul
der."

Mendoza said that he gave
the horse a special treatment
and the animal responded to
the treatment and this was

probably the reason for Meze
reum's vastly Improved per
formance.

The stewards, however, failed

to take Me n d o z a s state statements
ments statements into consideration. They
claimed that Aguirre is un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly one of the best riders
ever developed on the Isthmus
but Is frequntly "Involved In sus suspicious
picious suspicious events." As a result, they
agreed to suspend Aguirre for

the rest of this year.

WASHINGTON, Julp 22 (UP) lege News Conference," that pas pas-Atty,
Atty, pas-Atty, Gen. Herbert Brownell Jr. sage of the .legislation would
and the chief foes of President "quite possibly" provoke a "tre "tre-Eisenhower's
Eisenhower's "tre-Eisenhower's civil rights bill mendous amount of trouble and
clashed sharply yesterday about violence" in the South.
the outlook for the legislation in He said he was counting on a
the Senate. j "good vote" this week to pass the

Brownell, cniei aamuustraiion amendment to eliminate cart III.

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in a television interview that trie
Senate would pass the House-approved
measure without making
any major concession to its south southern
ern southern foes.
Sen. Richard B. Russell (D-Ga),
veteran leader of the southern
bloc, promptly disagreed. He said

he would be very much sur surprised"
prised" surprised" if the Senate does not
write a jury trial provision into
the bill.

He also predicted that the Sen Senate
ate Senate would vote to eliminate the
bill's controversial Part III, which

would authorize the attorney gen

eral to seek federal court injunc

tions to protect civil rights.

Interviewed on the CBS tele

vision program, "Face the Na-

tion," Russell reiterated his earl earlier
ier earlier proposal that the bill be sub

mitted to a national referendum of

all the voters a suggestion al

ready rejected by the President.

( Rutstlf Says No

In such a vote, Russell said,
"People everywhere in the coun country
try country would .oppose this bill." He
said his proposal was an attempt

to "appeal 10 the people for the
politicians" who, he said, are con

vinced they need such legislation
to win votes.
He also said that Brownell might
be tempted to use part III in the
future for political purposes; for
example "to insure the election of
a governor in New York." He said
the bill would have an effect on
the people of all sections, not just
the South.
Sen. Joseph S. Clark (D-Pa)
predicted a "very close vote in indeed"
deed" indeed" on the bill's section m.
Clark, who appeared on the NBC
television program "Meet the
Press," also said he thought Presi-'
dent Eisenhower was at least par

tially motivated by politics in pre

senting the bill.

He said he thought the bill

would hurt the Democrats and
help the Republicans politically.
Clark called Eisenhower a "weak"
President who didn't know what

he wanted on the Middle East

resolution, the budget or civil

rights.

Sen. Sam J. Ervin (D-NC). an

other foe of the bill, said on the
ARC television program, ''Col-

Despite Brownell's opposition to
. U n. I 1 1 i.

aycu iiiuve, vuier ey cenaiurs

were included to believe that the

amendment would be approved.

(The southerners have made part
III the prime target of their fight
on the bill. They have said its pro provisions
visions provisions could be used by the ad-

(NEA Telephoto from Look Magazine)
TWO LABOR LEADERS RELAX Dave Beck and his son, Dave
Jr., appear relaxed as they pose by their heated swimming poo
at Etck't home in the suburbs of Seattle, Wash. Beck has
lately been In the news because of his refusal to answer ques questions
tions questions about the management of th Teamsters Union, when they
weie posed by a Senate committee.

LM,MM n 01 Queen liz

Pope Changes Busy Day,

Chats With Skelton Lad

ministration to end segregation in
the schools and other public places

in tne south.

. Brownell said he would ot use
part II to enforce school integra

tion. Under the Supreme, Court's
1954 decision, he said, this is the

responsibility of the federal dis

trict courts. -'-

The key test will -come todav

or xuesaay on an amendment by
Sen, Clinton P Anderson (D-NM)

to delete part III completely. Sup

porters oi tne amendment c'.aimed

upwards ot so votes for it baring

unioreseeu aeveiopments.
Russell predicted that "a sub

stantial majority" of the Snate

will vote to eliminate part III un

less mere is terruic pressure"
from the White House to regain
v .
Asked about Brownell's blanket

opposition to any major compro

mise, Russell told a reDorter thai

the attorney general is the chief

administration advocate of the

legislation.

It would be. most extraoriiinarv

for a parent to find anvthinc

wrong, wiw, nig cniia, Russell
said.

JCven advocates of otrt III were

not Optimistic about keedina it in

the bill. Senate Republican Leader

wimam r. Jinowland (Calif)

wuuia preaici oniv mat vote nn

Anderson's amendment would be

vciose.

Adoption of Anderson's nrnnnxal

woum. maxe me Diu essentially a
"right to vote" measure. Elimina

tion of part III would also tend

to curtau a threatened southern
filibuster.

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TITLE CHANGES HANDS At a npws rnnforonnn in t nir

,-Beach, Calif., Leona Gags, 21, of Maryland, -the Miss U.8.A, in

me miss universe contest, admits that she is married and the
mother of two children; Miss Gage was disqualified and Miss
Utah, Charlotte Sheffield (left), was named Miss U.S.A.

Quash

Controversy

Over Age Of Miss Universe

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VATICAN CITY, July 22 (UP)--fatal iUness. But he told, the coil-

Pope Pius XII pushed aside mefdren "Lite is eternal because ol
aflairs of state yesterday and, sat God." ,

a 9 : year-old American Doy nexi io.

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2:30, 3:50, 5:30, 7:15, 9:00 p.m.

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female

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"LIZZIE"

OPENS
WEDNESDAY!

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EuLLlDAY-COIiTE

Forced To Renounce

Commoner He Loves
LONDON. July 22 (UP) Fami-

ly pressure has forced a cousin of, skeltonl tri t0 show hij 30 the
Queen Elizabeth to give up the wonders of the world 0 he
commoner he loves, the Sunday. djM when he received a request
Pictorial said. ..ijlfor an audience, he immediately
The coumh is th. 39-year-o'd ;granted it tnc spokesman said
Earl 01 Strathmore, Timothy Pat-; T. .

walked with their parents down

the vast hall leading to the papal

him behind his desk. They talked

of almost, everything but the fact

that the red-haired youngster, son
of comedian Rd Skelton, is dying
of leukemia.

The 81-year-old Pontiff chatted
for 30 minutes with the Skelton

family, Richard, his ll-year-old

sister, Valentma, the comeaian

and his wife, Georgia.
To arrange for the audience,
the Pope ordered his morning
meeting with the Vatican secre secretary
tary secretary of state, Msgr. Domemco
Tardini, moved 'back on his rig rigorous
orous rigorous daily schedule. A spokes spokesman
man spokesman said the Pope had read of

rick Bowes-Lyon, whose father is

the brother of Queen Mother Elir

. : ..line v si imu ICOUlllg IU uic
abeth. The girl is known only u mM, ,H aan-A ( .1

i Nurse Brennar,. She helped nurse ".V. ,h.b hV...h

uunaee nos- 1 wi... k... .n.nnwi

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"So," He said "If life is taken
away from one person in fami family
ly family they are never separated be
cause the family will alwnvs live
together in eternal life with God."
He gave Richard a silver papal
medal.
Turning to the comedian, the
Pope asked questions about the
technical aspects of TV.
"Clean laughter is one of God's
finest gifts to man," Skelton said
the Pope told him.
Talking to newsmen afterward,
Skelton seemed deeply moveJ.

Soldier Who Spent
3 Yers liiSoYiel

Accused As Deserter

BERLIN, July 22 (UP) An
American soldier who said he
spent, almost three1 years in Soviet
jails -will be tried for desertion

before a U.S. Army court martial

toaay.
The soldier, Sgt. William J

Small wood, 31, of Beatttyville,
Ky., disappeared from the 14th

Armored Cavalry regiment in

West Germany May 23, 1954.
He reported to American au

thorities in West Berlin last Feb.
14. He told them he was arrested
by Communist police when taking

a wm siong me East-west Germ

an border and jailed until February.

LONG BEACH. California, July

22 (UP). Peru's beautiful young

iiiaays zenaer reigns uncontested

s miss universe toaay aiier nar nar-rled
rled nar-rled pageant officials quashed a

flurry of controversy which threa

tened to dethrone ner yesterday.
' r
The well chaperoned Latin A A-merican
merican A-merican beauty was given a final
vote of confidence by her fellow
contestants Sunday night in the ap applause
plause applause that greeted her upon her
entrance at the Miss Universe

pageant ball.

British Block
Driver's License
For Curate, 97
IBRIDERULE, England, July 21
(UP) Father Frank Kinerfnn

1 ve ever done in mv life." h

said. "It was the cleanest feeling
I've ever had. It was like walkina

into room full of flowers.

4

ties refused to renew hi HHv.r'.

license. Father Kingdon is 97 the
oldest active parson in thj

vnurcn

attention with their medieval hal-

! Dital.

Tia U a.i I n -wn L-l f MnriCnn

i. i i. : r-DerOS

home of the earl, said last night'. TBt.n!Pf, !ih n iJft
k. r.f..urf t m.rrv th fice and sat Richard on h.s left,

.u. DintAmii I behind the mahogany desk whsre

couple, JlLuiuing w uic i iiiuini. - j
i :j j h n.;,ku 'he receives kmgs, cardinals and

marry them," he said. "I could; statesmen. On his right, he sat
noi do it without the consent of i Valentma.
the rest of the family." I; Th.e .P?p' 7L..!VS& fl.U'V

It ronnrtH that mpmhprs CUEllsn, lauieu wui urcu

of "thi earl's family objected to through Europe

their

the "hospital romance, even
though the couple had known each
other before the earl fell ill, and
put pressure on both the earl and
Canon Rorison to prevent a wedding.

pro pro-i
i pro-i al

and about

iichool work they attend a

rhial xchool in Los Angel'

though they are not Roman Cath Catholics.
olics. Catholics. And he asked about- their
father's television program.
He did not mention Richard's

Army's Van-Air-Van Service
Will Speed Goods To States

Moving day is not one of the Military wives now will see
brighter aspects of married life, their household goods picked ud
Ask any married couple who has at their quarters, wrapped In
had to move. Housewives abhor protective material and sealed

., uuiwuiug btuiq it ii vney in an

can.

By the laws of the United

States, the brunette Miss Zender,

daughter of a Peruvian manufac manufacturer,
turer, manufacturer, was just under the age limit

e-iine contest,

-The discrepancy, which was dis discovered
covered discovered Saturday after she had of

ficially won the title of the most

beautiful girl in the universe.

threatened the pageant with the

second major -controversy of .its

short duration.
'
Contest officials, however, rul rul-'
' rul-' ed in favor of the statuesque
girl on th basis that by, th
lw of her nativ Pru sh was
nigarded as an adult, although
sh had net yt reached th ag
of 18. Sh. is. actually 17 years
nd months eld.
The officials ended the contro controversy
versy controversy with the statement:
"This is an international page pageant,
ant, pageant, and we will abide by the rules

under -which she-was chosen, ev

en tnougn me Miss Universe- con
tract provide that contestants
should be between 18 and 28 years
of age."
Contest officials earlier wcJ

lorcea to disqualify Miss United

States of America. Leona Gut-

tor "fibbing" about "her marital

sutus. The Baltimore. Md.. beau.

ty was found not only to be mar

ried dui aiso tne mother of turn

small children.

With barely a trace of the mo.

mentary crisis showing in her love-j
ly fac.?, Miss Zender, attired in a
white satin gown glided into the.

oaiiroom
sons.
"I am

the understanding snown by the
other contestants and my other
friends in Long Beach,, she said.
Her appointed escort, Naval a a-viation
viation a-viation cadet Glenn D. Woods, of
St. Louis, Mo., beamed and said,
"this was sure a break for me."'
He, together with a host of other
naval cadets, had beea named to
accompany the contestants at the

pageant event.'
For the first tim during hr
stay in Long Beach, Miss Zen Zen-dr
dr Zen-dr was away from th watchful

y of hr parents, Eduardo and
Rosa Zender. The parents left
, th ball rly; breaking their
strict precedent.
Zender said he would confer to today
day today with representatives of 'the
Max Factor cosmetics firm arid
the Catalina bathing suit company

sorea wurs tor ms daughter,

Miss Universe, aside from 'the

crown ajid numerous fother prizes,
won two $5,000 contracts from the

nrras, wnico oner tours of Latin
America," tne United vStates and
possibly Europe for the coming

year.
Miss Zender's father said he
would seek to have her mother
accompany her as a chaperone
before, tgreeing to the commit commitments.
ments. commitments.
Under the Max Factor. tour ar

rangement Miss Universe would
leave Long Beach for a tour of
Latin America ending in Decem December.
ber. December. The Catalina firm tour would
begin next February and end in

July. ...... ....

Of (Casper

KNOXVILLE, Tenn., July ,21

(UP) The povernment will ask
an all white jury -today to coiC

vict 11 white persons on trial for
allegedly conspiring at Clinton;
Tenn., to halt the. first major in inroad
road inroad of .school integration in ih
South. i

ine issue ai siskc is wnemer
segregationist outsider! John Kssi
per and 10 Clinton sympathizer!
acted, out of deep common be

liefs, wilfully to violate 1 a Federal
Court injunction against interfe&
ence with integration at the once
all-white hieh school at Clinton J

V "Rasper's stated purpose was to

gei me negroes oui ot scnooi,
said U.S. District Attorney John
C. Crawford Jr., who contends fop
the government that the other de defendants
fendants defendants plotted with him to that
end. ,v j
A pivotal event in the eovern-

ment's. case was the beatine nf

the Rev. Paul 'Turner, who. was
attacked Dec, 4 after he escorted
Negroes back to classes after they
had stayed out from school for

four days. .; i I

Defense lawyer Genrpn Wash.

fngton Williams, of Baltimore, i
a speech to the courts denounced
tho Tantict Minfot-Ai. n

.w wh.mwv ... .... kjv... a o a j ii a

who stepped out of his role as a
Christian and "precipitated all o
the trouble" the beating, whicS
involved some of the defendants;

k would ntver have stenned n

said, today, speaking, of a period

Deiore tne assault during which a
group of the defendants kept a
daily vigil at the $chool. t.
"If they don't, call heckling and
persecution of a minority group
tmithlp T HATl'f lrnAitr uriiit tMi.KlA

. uv-. v ... TT 11 n L. UUUU1D i
is.". Turner said he had discussed

nis plan to bring Jvegroes back tb
school earlier with a group df

umton ministers and they agreed
he. was doing the Tight thing.
Crawford will lead off the pros prosecution's
ecution's prosecution's summation ef the ll-day-old
trial in Federal Court

here. The 50-year-old attorney

saiu nis staii will need only two
hoars to get its points across to
the jury. '.
Judge Robert L. Tavlor. after

me aeiense a Druptiy -, rested

case Friday, alloted eight hoi

for final arguments four for eac

sideband chief counsel Robert L.
Dobbs said the defense will use

ail of its alloted time. ;
Taylor will deliver his instruo
tions-Tuesday to the jury, com composed,
posed, composed, of 10 men and 2 women
whose, average age : Is 57 and
whose Southern roots go back to
18th and 19th century pioneers
who settled these east Tennessee
mountains. Four alternates com complete
plete complete the panel, ;
';' ""-:

Duty Call

WEYMOUTH, England, July
22 (UP); Doctors lost their
cricket match against the local
clergy yesterday because their

star batsman was called awav

to a c"unemeilW ;

before some 1,200 per-

very, very grateful for.U

3:10 5:05

UST DAY!
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6:5 1:56 I2i55 2:33. 4:4t. :4, 8:5T

Halional Symphony
Giving 3rd Concert
'n Series Tonighl

The National Symphony Or-

Chinese Society Couples Plan
Benefit Bail For UP Orphanage
A rala benefit baU wiU be sponsored by a group f yoong
married too pies of the Chinese Society of Panama City on be

half ef the Malambe orphanage.
The baU will be held at the Panima Golf Clnb en Saturday

eveninr. Anr. J. from S p.m. to 3 a.m.

Tbe Rumba Casino orchestra has been contracted to play

for the bill. In addition to the door prise consisting of a round-

air cargo van. This airichestra will trive the third con-

VU.O u nuge dox similar ,cen or a subscription series to

T ., "ic cargo transporters nsea
In the past military personnel bv th miittnr m .v.innin.

moving from the states to a for- Instead of ntut.in. .-'... i

elgn duty sUtion or returning crates and boxen rvfM

to the United States spent a aoei into ftn w h-r

week or two prior to their de-t The ns Afmv ".ikk

parture getting their household, transportation officer will deter-l

luwa wgcwKt, cmuns uicni ana mine ir it is more advantageous
shipping them by water. Once. to the Government' to ship a
started on their way, the house-! family's household goods by air

bu cuuiu rne mi uic to me next auty station, if to.
next duty station anywhere from air shipment will be utilized re re-three
three re-three weeks to three months af t-! gardlesa of the family'a aUotted
er the arrival of the personnel, i household goods weight ailow-

oub ijuw meres a ongnter ance.

ouuook ior muiury personnel

who are moving from the canal I
Zone back to the states In thel
near future. Within the next
fewi months, the Transportation

section, U.S. Army Caribbean,'

The household goods will bo
flown by commercial airline to
St Petersbnrg, ria, and then
transported ky van to the next
duty station. .'

"A study made by VS. Army

trip tkket to Costa Rica, donated by Persons Travel Bureaa, jwtll initiate an air transporting Caribbean of various shipments

there will be numerous other prizes that have beea donated by

merchant! of this city. The highlight of the evening will be the

floor show of strictly Chinese talent

The public's reuerous cooperation is solicited on toenail or

the Malambe orphanage This charitable Institution Is directed
by the Sisters of Charity and It dependent entirely upon the
public's generosity. i

Tickets for the ban may be obtained at Madurtte't. Sederla

Miramar.'the International Jewelry Store, rarmacla Tason, and
the camera shop at the El Panama Hotel. The price of ad mis -sion'is
oalv 31 per persea and entif'- tbe holder to partake
In the drawing for the door prise and the numerous prises re received
ceived received ky the group from merchants of this city.

serr.ee ior me snioment or 0f household goods to selected
household goods to the united ooints In the United States has
States. ---v. .' .indicated; that air ahtnment

m.t- L-l i 1 .

aaee with a Department of

the Army authorisation which
called for a combined commer commercial
cial commercial van-alr-vau service for,
the transportation of uncrat uncrat-ed
ed uncrat-ed household goods to' military
personnel to and from points
and places la the VS. and Pan Panama.
ama. Panama.

would be more reasonable

well as hastening the. movement
of household goods to personnel

returning to the united states.
This method of transportation
will be operated in the same
manner as the combined van-sir-van
service, to and from the

nnlted States. Alaska, Jasan and

Qawail

night at the National Theater,
beerhning at 8:15 pjn.
The program will include

works from Schubert Leooold

Mozart, Beethoven and Honne Honne-ger..
ger.. Honne-ger.. r v x. :. v- : 1
Jose Luis Cajar Escala, will be!
the eololst In Mosart's Concerto

in D Major for trumpet and or orchestra.:
chestra.: orchestra.: which has -never been'
heard In Panama. .j

The piece de resistance will be
Beethoven Concerto- for violin
and orchestra. Opus 81, or "The
Diamond Concerto.". It Is a mag magnificent
nificent magnificent Beethovlan work, beau

tifully expressive and of deep and
strong sentiment When cabezas
Duffner received the Invitation
to perform with the-orchestra,
he choose this concerto, hat
means he Is going to give all he
can to achieve another success
in his long and honorable career.'

Cabezas' 'Duffner Is a serious,'

and responsible violinist, who
has successfully performed in
New York. Washington. Mexico

nd Central American capitals.
Last January he gave a recital
in Panama, and proved that he

U one of the best Latin Ameri

cas virtuoso

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