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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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MORE TOURIST FLITES
HOMEWARD VIA
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AN INDEPENDENT

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'lei the 'people know the truth end the eemiUry is ''' 4trnm Lincotrt.

32nd TEAK

PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, JULY" JS, 1957

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Civil RigMs With Jury Trial

Will Pass Johnson

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"WASHINGTON, July 28 (UP) white Southern juries are willing
Senate Democratic leader Lyn-'lo convict white violators of court
U ;.lLr..M ah there decree involving civil rights.

??1 '"r.,;th. senate, But Senate Republics Leader

" ". v."" J I William F. Knowland (Calif), who

erf!! riahUbUk with m ury li.pe.rhe.daif the Senate 'drive
friol ,ndment r the legislation has predicted
rt S SLntiallv a vot- that the Senate would vote down
.nl'Jhtt eSSCntialIy VVOt any attempt to write a jury trial

, 'guarantee imo me legislation.
The Senate headed into the As the time for the showdown
w hoi After strlDDine vote nearedr spectators packed

the bll! of heavily disputed pro- the galleries, witn, some suung on

In a final plea against approval
of the Anderson-Aiken amend amendment.
ment. amendment. K n o w 1 a n d said he was
"deeply concerned" that approval
of the amendment would be inter-

vision that Would bav given the

AttorneyiQeneral' broad injunc injunctive
tive injunctive powers M enforce; tonstitu tonstitu-tional
tional tonstitu-tional righta gerier$jy.r
'"' nivl fmi nt the Bill acored a

crucial victory when,; the Senate
yesterday voted' 52 to -38 to km
the bulk of the disputed section
Part Three of the administra administration's,
tion's, administration's, four-point rights bill.
Foes of the WIT claimed Presi President
dent President Elsenhower had repudiated
Part Three at his news confer conference
ence conference last week. Supporters point pointed
ed pointed out the President had said
previously he wanted the mui
rmsBurt without crlppHne amend-!

ments. ..
Eisenhower had no immediate
comment, Both he and his press
, secretarya James i. a;: HagerW,
were out playing golf when the
Senate acted. v.' '' ';,4' 'A.
i Eighteen Republicans
34 Democrats in voting tor the

bipartisan amenamem m

preted as a desire by the Senate
to .'"subordinate1 the Fourteenth

Amendment nd lessen its effec
tiveness."

He denied, that the bill was
aimed pruranly at the South; He

also disputed Southern charges

that the measure would make the.

President a "twentieth century

American Caesar.",

But Anderson told the Senate

that oassaee of his amendment

would "make sure the bill will

Das in this Coneresss."

Aiken agreed that the amended
bill. wouk "let us take-a slow

ten 'forward" on civil rights. He

warned the Senate against trying
to "do all things at once."

North Carolina Cities Will
Try Limited Desegregation

1 y

((UaKainst thr amendment, ottered

Vt.V and caintpn'.: Pkv,Ander..oi:

r with three main provislonS,:They
.1 commission: c-n civil. Wghts.-jW)
f i provide lor a new Assistant At-
1 mw i' neneral- for civil rights

' and ,(3) Auinonse -wm

General 10 ee v-",l ,t
f fhr rlvll court action to naif

i- ..iniMnn or tnreaieuea viv-

' tions of Negro voting rlght&f

, sThe Senate's acturtr rep"""4',
a major concession, to the but s
s,.thi.rn foes; who made1 Part .HI

the Prime target f their cnUcinn
of the legislation. However the
measure still contains -PUions
bitterly opposed by .the ; Southern
ii j,.y:f- w.v -'"
Tbe Senate's "action Vas-de-siened
to maV the bill a simple
"right ; toote'hmeasure. .0. to

. .. 1..... ife- 'MiinrP.K OI Ktt

Southern fiuousier agin.. "-

Nation;, Key pians m
er's legislative platform. : pj

" ftoy "'Wilkins; ? secretary of : the
j.Hnn.i Asociation : for the a-

- vancement of Colored People, said
- i- -..mnt that the vote meant

::!. onto il J'not willing to

, t 'provide1 feffecuver',time-tested ma

chinery M Cary OUl jjupiemc
'.,'Court decisions.
: 'The adoption "of this motiop
gays plainly, to Negro Americans
that, so far as the Senate is con con-v
v con-v cerned, trey can expect little,: if
, any, assistance: from the federal
government in attempts to win the
enjoyment of theii" constitutional
right,? Wilkin said.' r v
The Senate action had no effect
on other sections of the bill which
would authoriM 4hes attorney gen-

. eral w obtain court miuncuon to

. protect Voting Tights. Violators of

' these ln.iuncuoDS wouia oe pun
- iahcd without iurv trials. t

'' -" The aincndnient to eliminate all

but some technical language in
- Part III was introduced by Setts.
Clinton P. Anderson (D-N M) and
George D. Aiken (B-Vt). V -r
V i '"
" t Anderson has predicted thst ap ap-'
' ap-' ', proval of bis amendment would
reuk In Senate passage of the
' bill i eight to 10 days. Otherwise,
'. heMsaid, a Southern talkathon
- agaras the legislation would have

'. delayed, a Senate vote inaennueiy.

r The -Senate action 'paved the
' way for the next major Senate
f ght ever the House-approved bill

' a souineni euort lo guarantee
r1 J)try trials for persons accused of
. violating votinr rishts injunctions.

;'viThe Southerners pointed to the

eonvicuons in the Clinton, renn,
' aegregation cate as evidence that

By UNITED PRESS

School officials of Raleigh soon
wiU consider joining thrae jthr

North Carolina cities and N.sn N.sn-ville;
ville; N.sn-ville; Tebn.i in opening previous previously
ly previously all-white schools lo Negros this

Nashville begins a progrkntsof

h pMon. Twentv-flve Repuo-tj J?: u.

.Mean. and TCrftt2 schools, cboof board of Greens

boro.. Winston-Salem' and iOi a t-

'lotti','"..tMC.; have '.-vvlunlttfiijrn;1

greed on, limited desegregation;
The Raleigh r, school ard will
decide Aug. e whether" to transfer
a Negro bay. to white school un under
der under the same local pupil-placement

law under which the other three

board are transferring J2 xf Ne

r These titles in the outfc' jiard-

eore of, legregation stahd. n? V
par with Clinton, Tenji.j V whero
desegregation last fall brought a
wave ot violence whicl in : turu

resulted in "seven contempt eo vic vic-.tion
.tion vic-.tion :thi'!weeki';f';. &$M

While the voluntary beat deseg desegregation
regation desegregation "in North Carolina caus caused
ed caused mixed omment amone whites.

the father of the 14-year-old Ne Negro
gro Negro boy Involved reported a tele

phone threap to "'blow 1 op r our
home.? .r : ''.

WifeOffl. Davis

The i wife of a Tt Davis officer violence over integration of
was badly injured .early ,'this ainton'chool.;v, j v ;
mornlnar when the sport car In 11 1

wmcn sne was a passenger skid

Staunch segregationists i& North
Carolina warned of "dire conse consequences,"
quences," consequences," but other white leaders
believed the admission of a scat scattering
tering scattering of Negroes to white schools
would bolster the State' .defenses
in court suits
Segregationists viewed the,, fed federal
eral federal court convictions, and the
school .board decisions as "tempo "temporary
rary "temporary setbacks.S as they also did
thi. week federal ippeal tourt
decision ,thatDaMasV, Tex.A must
tleTteWWte.:--. IT' ?

That .decision- by the UJL- Fitlh

Orleans foltowed another .decision
opening i$e,T wayi, for a court- test

of school segregation ai Jttiami,

, Segregtfonist John Ktsper, cen

tral figure of th tunton contempt

trials, moved, mi operations vju-ora
the1 east Tennessee are. to cam?
paign st Nashville while bis con contempt
tempt contempt Conviction is being appealed.-,
. l' "C;
' f'We are going to Nashville :to
prepare the -next phase in our re resistance
sistance resistance to. integration,1?; iKasper

said. "I can't take part in school

matters at Clinton because .of the
injunction." v v y ;
The Ku Klux'Klan at the tame

time will hold at Nashville on

Au. 15 or a raUv of flo.ooo

tn is.000 oeoole from four states,"

but grand titan Emmett A. Carr

denied Kasper has any connection

With .It.

Understand." Carf aid. "Tm

not fighting with the man. If he

can do any good, let mm oo it.

But he' got such bad reputa reputation
tion reputation that we'd just father not as

sociate with", him."; V :
- Kasper contempt tpavlction
was hit second m connection with

the

Legless Farm
Owner Faces

Bigamy Count

MELBOURNE, Australia, Jo Jo-ly
ly Jo-ly 3fi (UP) A charge of biga bigamy
my bigamy again a legless, middl-ag
d boe-kecper and chicken sx sx-er
er sx-er today disclosed a story of
country life in which en hus husband
band husband kupt threo wives and 14
chidren under one reef. V

The bigamy charge was brought

against iarmer ric Calbin Ma

son alter parents of two of the

wives learned of their daughters'
whereabouts ; and circumstances
and inlormed police.
The' two, aged 26 and 23, ori originally
ginally originally had been hired at separate
intervals to serve as housekeepers.
In each case they shortly took
on wifeiy status through fictitious
marriages, with Mason's first wife
acting as witness, at one.
Mason's first wife had seven
children, the two housekeepers sev seven
en seven more.
The three-for one relationship
lasted eight years.
The second and third "wives"

told Melbourne police that Mason
held them "mental prisoners."

They said that whenever they

protested he made a hy-notic ges gesture.
ture. gesture. . e

They jiow are suuig Mason cor

maintenance ot tne seven cnu

dren. ,i .

r I

Over 4CD Adulfs

Gel Polio Shols

, ...a... j-.i v i';'r

' Over 400 adults were inoculated

against polio yesterday in a sta

tion set up for tne day in jauua jauua-ing
ing jauua-ing 28 in the Industrial Area in
fflalboa, The inoculating A team

tarted work at 7:30 a.nu: and
when the station closed at, 4 p.m.
a total of 421 inoculations had been

given. The second in the. three-I

noculation series will be given this

0roup Aug. 28,. .r.
:.TUh mtmitm Mil mt- tin 4tM tttaa

' 1UC j sHaUUll wes safc uj tui
benefit of employe of the Supply
Division and Maintenance 'Divi 'Division
sion 'Division in the Industrial Area. Also

reDortine to the station for inocu

lations against polio were Main

tenance Division employes rrom
some of the outlying districts.
Giving the inoculations were Dr.
Eric R. Osterberg, Chief of i the
Division of Preventive Medicine
and Quarantine, and Mrs. Erma

Forbes, Pacific siae- scnooi nurse.

' j

Iiiiliillliiiiii

"I

Diaz

Summoned

ppear; 10

Persons Jailed

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i (NEA Telephoto)
WATER. IT'S REFRESHING Lettin th water en tn his

head, Daniel Hartman, l,.gets a refreshing dousing from his

motner, Mrs. Maiuaa nartman, a they frolic m the pool at
Palisades Amusement Park in New Jersey. Millions of person
flocked to pools and beaches as the mercury boiled up into the
high 80' for three days In succession.

Hospitals

.Schools, .Recreation

jijtcd For Impiuvemcnt On CZ

T nnrf.toriTI

assisted, by Gloria 'ty studtes.

plane for the i im

nrovement of hospitals, schools

and-recreation centers l" tne can

al Zone were among the topics

discussed by- Gov W. E. Potter
with representatives of the U. S.
Civic Council during their month monthly
ly monthly conference -held yesterday at
Balboa Heights.
.-The Governor announced that a
Florida firm will draw up prelimin preliminary
ary preliminary plaas for the proposed Balboa
auditorium this month. He also

ru.lH that itartinar in Septem

ber, free' transportation would be
furnished, to about 700 U.S. students
living in the Canal Zone in com

munities which do not save scnoou

nearbv. V '

He briefed council members on

the progress of the canal capaci

Thev were

Ward, who took care of the cler
inl work".

.Last. week: 424. employes and

their dependents were inoculated

against polio at a station set up
in the lobby of the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights. Sever Several
al Several weeks before that teachers and

Civil Affairs Bureau employes
were Inoculated.

eWK ?or S: W)f e Sce wo Reb Freed;

F Hers Mor

possioie rracture of her, rignt oraereu "rtZ
shoulder, elbow and ankle. ? Mn tef al,"s v OT f. him f
She Va at tlrt adm'tted to martial which convicted him of

nifOOf VinK oracra w

r.nri finln TTnet1tl kfr leitaisi

w kjviw aawouskfii, au Mtvxra a

Sf ?. t0O0r5." he" W?,:5" M7Wef Cof. Julia

nr.uop ; eanuaereo w E: biett Wer her ..turaHy

DrtverV of the Austln-Healy Jm'Xv parts
sport ear was 1st Lt Chester U .wn Jh
Ward who received onlv minor on the side ami hold tt U pUc

CW".TU u,u' n"1,ur iith atr.teaie bobby pie.)

contusions. . -"-j.... .,i;u

to

PoUce ald today that no l '!f""r3".,T.

charae. have been filed yet : "C-T"! V, W Si.

t:

rWbrthyRecrbrd-
NEWBBUNSWICK,' N.J. July 25
' (UP) A blase female prepared
; today for her 265th maternal ves vesture.
ture. vesture. ... ...

o.

Vt O'Day. a chickea euarter-

... i at the Rutiers University poul-

l try houses, laid one tit yesterday

to maae
. BUSS,

man Road. She was thrown onto'

we Dank .bout 20 feet below
the roadway.
. '-. i ..." i. :

1 The-2ryear-old woman, Mrs. ,r v-Z'uV: '-J , .rt

the mlddie of her forehead, and aenerX ridi-'

culted the Air Force for eourt-H

raartialing an airman for refusing
to obey an order that he get one
of the cuts in which the head I
shaved at the side and trimmed

closely on too

But a spot check of uniformed

officers snd men in the Pent

goo's corridors and barber shop I

a isc io sea unie sympatny- jar tne

airman

The officers' reaction! whitewali

haircuts arc what made this coun

try treat. The enlisted mens: an

order rs aa order no matter liow

siiiy. Tne neaa saroer sr- since

when did enlisted men have any
discretion ever their haircuts, say say-bow?
bow? say-bow? i S T

Serf. Richard L. Neuberger (D-

Ore). whose owa locks are only a

pleasant memory, took the case

to the floor of the senate, aireaov

seething over the question of civil

right;
He told hi colleague the Air

Force's action was "absurd, pet

ty, trtvctotis, cavaiier, aumuiai aumuiai-tng."
tng." aumuiai-tng." and a prima way to redact

Air Force enlistments.
, He stressed that Wheeler object objected
ed objected to the trimming of "the hair
growiat on hi 'owa head, mind
mind you ".'',
"Do we want robots 'in the

armed service or mea of initia
tiva and independence" he asked

peaoinr lurwer invesuiauon oi -- 7-. Bg

TZKM?ZCai0CeWT ? aide wUh loose- wave. brushed
lta.mM.V'....b.7k from berf.ee.:.

SilbJ

the

Road 5-2 while trying to nego-t
tiate a left-hand curve at ex-;
cesslve speed. He tried to reduce,
the speed, of his car by applying'
the brake they said, a he ap approached
proached approached .the wooden bride:.' a,
cross the old French Canal.

The' vehicle went Into a (kid

Wheeler, of Cortes, Cele-, we
sentenced to Hvr m"Hi Ma Ma-Mnmsnt
Mnmsnt Ma-Mnmsnt at nerd tabor,
S20. and reduced in rank for dis dis-ohoyinf
ohoyinf dis-ohoyinf the ordor te got a hair
cut ho claimed would make hies
leek like 1 "iluwl lackaea."
CoL Charles W. Johnstone, eom-

maader- of the 1.000th Support

and travelled broadside to tnsijg tt the 1)5. Air StaUoa here
east side of the roadway, colud-ij,, gtiUmeat saying the air
inf with a wooden abutment of 1B fci, betn reieIMd front con con-the
the con-the bridge.-; ; f ;-s f finement and returned to duty.
. r '. i-v ;"'- I have reviewed the court mar-
Mr. Chester, the only paenvtili CIM Airman Donald Wbeei Wbeei-ger,
ger, Wbeei-ger, was thrown from tho iBj BaT foand certain cum u-
and landed on the bank of the utive error sad procedural ir ir-old
old ir-old French Canal about 20 feet regularitie ia the trial For these
below the roadway, the report reasons. I have this date disap-

stated. -, : proved tho findins.nd sentence 1 Tai whole incident imack of

Lt. Ward Is with Company T f the court." 'th old roose-crettnoiBf Fmuiia

at Ft. Davis. Mr. CheMer lathe a controverry over 'the strategic ; arrav (4 Von Moltke and not o

free sad

34 dajx. without a wire or Ma;. Michael tneiter w value 01 'a military "wait io- the eitixea army of a
f- 'Ft. Davis., i - wall" haircut had bee. raging from j Democratic republic'

, These include the improved
Jightln and wldenino of Caillard
Cut, the d for more Canal
pilots, and the futuro purchase
of a number ef smaller high pew
erod tugs.
Is reference to school improve

ments, the Governor said that a
Jacksonville, Florida, architectural

firm had been -contracted tn 1 s

month to draw up preliminary

plans for the Balboa activities and
auditorium buildings.. Plans call:

for the activities building to in include
clude include a cafeteria which will seat

300 and have cooking facilities for

600 persons. There is S600.000 avail

able in tne budget lor tnese struc structure's.
ture's. structure's. -If these funds are not suf

ficient to complete the cafeteria,

an additional appropriation wm be
sought st a later dste.

Tho Governor also said rouga

plana have been- agreed upon lor

rouilding aa entirely new school

plant at Margarita to replace mat
at Cristobal when certain treaty

legislation is implemented.
As was decided by members
of Jh Pacific Civic Council, nous-
s along tho Balboa Pride will
' a painted white. -. '..--;
The painting contract will be
advertised "Aug. 2. A report also
was made on the progress of the
beautificatiba program oa Bame
bey Street and the development

of Summit Gardens sinto a Canal

Zone public park. --
Both health and hospital .'aciU .'aciU-tles,
tles, .'aciU-tles, he said, are now under in intensive
tensive intensive study by Dr: Isidore S.
Fa Ik, well-kaowa public health
and medical economist, ss part of

the long term hospitals improve

ment plan. His report 1 expected
to be presented in September.
M. Fa Jenner, presido of the
Camboa Council, reported tho re recent
cent recent burglary outbreak I" ; Ms
.community Kod ended and titet

some of the loot had been re recovered
covered recovered The Governor also announced
that request for special shields
over the lights of the Gamboa
bridge and for off-street parking
at Hevea Place in Margarita had
been found not feasible.
The cost of livin? in th. r.n.i

Zone under the modified Canal
Zone consumer price index show-

ea mat consumer prices on the

average, rose per ent between

juuc ana juiy of tin year. Dur Dur-ing
ing Dur-ing May however, food price in
the Canal Zone were a nr

lower than those in effect in the

uniea states.

Panama Attorney General Hermoacnei A U R.

today ordered an investiaation into a coll nrm A

civil war issued lst night by First Vice President ,Jmf$.
tocles Diaz at the end of a rally called by the opposition
National Liberation Movement.
The investigation is beina conducted bv Dittrlrf A:

torney Antonio A. de Leon who summoned Diai to appear i
this afternoon and has reauested the Public Rolntmne n(L 1

:-- .1 n 1 ' w

nee or me rresiaencia ro produce tape recordings of at!
that was said during last night's meetings.. f 'Z
Diaz, who broke with President Ernesto da U.fi

dia, Jr., and the National Patriotic Coalition' about twe
months ago, vowed last night to arm his followers and

ieaa rne overrnrow or the President.

1

added;!!

I, will overthrow him or they will till, me,- Dial

J
f 1 1

"Ten ni

including opposition leider NOr-

oertOiNavarito.. when,, the flem-i.

onstrators announced .'march

to, 'the Presidencla but went to toward
ward toward tho National Guard head

quarters on Avenue A -instead.

Tne marchers were met alonsr

Avenue A by a police detach
ment and told to turn back.

Police did not use then weap

ons, but several shots were
heard as the marcher scatter scattered,
ed, scattered, no one was Injured, how

ever. 1

Navarro was tried and sen

tenced in Night Court to 40 days

in jail for hampering police ef

forts to arrest disorderly dem demonstrators
onstrators demonstrators on Avenue A. Three

demonstrators received sentenc
es of 30 days each, and six oth

ers were sentenced to 60 days
saaftVi A-

Last night's rally followed a
three-hour convention during
which Dlai and his followers
formally launched the Nation National
al National Liberation Movement' as
political party and approved
their "program of 1 govern government."
ment." government." About a dozen speakers took

part in the meeting, which
started at 7:30 and continued
until 11 p.m. when the demon demonstrators
strators demonstrators started their march to toward
ward toward the headquarters of the
National Guard.
' After the various sneakers ha-

rangued the comparatively small
crowd and hurled insults at the
President, with Diaz as the last
speaker, a token resolution was

oresented asking Mr. de la

Guardia to resign or prepare to

suffer the consequences.
Navarro was named to head 1
deleKation to notify the Presi

dent of the demand for his res

lgnation. Dr. Sergio Gonzalez

Ruiz, a cabinet minister wno

was dronoed durine the admln-

pervisory steward, and substitute I istration of President Rlcardo

window clerk. Arias, was named to head an-

''- a t- i' A

wiring his speech at the rally he d rt nr An J

Plaza and attended by about 2000 persons, Diar hurled
several insults arthe Presiderir, paUing hirriid rromp,' V
m "lint' hif i,Mii;ykiiiiJ:f v .."- v L rr-J u.

person-wer vrtesTte4.! other delegation, to otifV th. -'

Nauonal Gaard.J V ...

40PanCanarJob
Avaffabler Five

Drivers

' Fortypositions, five of them for

towing locomotive operators to
work foi the duration of the locks
overhaul are now open in the Can-

uixamzauon. accord in tn th

regular Personnel Bureau trim.

fer-vacancv bulletin.

1 Also Usted are openings for three
clerical men,' two firefighters, two
locks guards, four clerk-stenographers,
two rlerktypists, two engi engineers,
neers, engineers, two Marine Inspection as assistants
sistants assistants and three machinists.
Other types of employment list

en on tne weekly bulletin include
cablesplicer. eargo -. clerk, file
clerk, electrical' engineer, freight
clerk, terminal guard, hospital at attendant,
tendant, attendant, locic operator, meteorolo meteorologist,
gist, meteorologist, office helper, office marhin

repairman, pipefiter, secretary, su-

Specioliiation

.PATtRSON, fiJ., July 2S (UP)-

A local thief apparently. Is going
in for specUtiutioa.

When WiBiani Heath cote return-!

ed to a parked car be had borrow-

ad from a mend, be found ome ome-tne
tne ome-tne had jacked it up a ad stole a

the drive (haft, '

The Ancon Gymnasium which
has been a landmark in Aneoa
since its construction in 1917, wss
closed to th public this week aft-,
er it was iound to be an unsafe"
condition for use. -' -.
Although the new'' offices, toll-

lets, and covered' quiet game's

rea, Duut more recently will re remain
main remain in service, all indoor acbvi
ties have been cancelled and phy- -sical
education instructors will

conduct classes on the playground

when weatner permnt.
The Square-Dane Club, which.
meet Saturday nieht in- Ancea.

WASHINOTON, July 25(UP)!bly a decline In November and wiU moyerto ih liablo Heir'it
A top government economist December. Gymnasiuat. I
held out hop today that the, Clague reasoned: 1 -' .' .! m 1
,m ,i,.M.. ui.k.. ri 1.... .-j An inspection of the building was

next month for the first Ume ln for most of the increase In Junei 5 VnJf..- JfT

mnii nmhthlr will .An. tti. """" j ...

Economist Hopes Living Cost
May Stop Climb Next Month

o

Navarro's delesration was atAn

ped at the National Library, one
block from the Presidencla, and
told that the President had giv given
en given orders : that he would receive

no one.

Goniale. Rult' eietegatioii'
cam back with tho report
that the commanders of the
National Guard had declared
that they take orders ohly
fron legally eoatstltnted wow-
'The two rennrta nninnn)

enraged Die and he took the
microphone installed In tho
kiosk of the plaza to hurl hiorav
insults at the President.and an announced
nounced announced his intention to arm his
followers because it ; would no
be prudent to lead an unarm

populace on the Presidencla.--Xi
Diaz' call to arms -was followed
by shouts of t"on- to the Presl-' :
dencia," but Vhen the crowd
started moving -it headed to-
wards Avenue A, Instead of dowV -Central
Avenue : towards Cath-i
dral Plaza.
Listeners today said the law

suits hurled by Diaz at President'
de la Guardia ran the gamut of
verbal assault aimed at offend

ing both his honor and his jiigw
nlty as President of the Repubi
lie. -.. r

J

Ancon Gym Closed"

Afler Incident
Reveals Danger

ucaur m rear.

Xvan Clague. Coramlsaloner -of In

Labor statistics, voiced the hope
following his : announcement

that consumer prices for June'

had come up half of one per
cent to hit another ail-time
high 120.3 per cent of average,
1947-49 prices. i
Clague predicted prices would
rise slightly in July to stay on
the elevator which has carried
them up nearly five per cent
since March of last year. i
He also said chances are rood

wrtcea will declir In August snd

orptemcrr. sut na ma nt r

. -t" "1C lner safe for user

Snnl fSfi. taw"Th7inspecioa revealed that th
2.$ wssJbeyend Economical

coming to market are expected
to reduce food costs, which -mount
to nearly 30 per cent of

me average lamiiy s ouaaev.
Summer sales of clothe and
furniture at lower prices also
should help drop living costs a a-orosa
orosa a-orosa the nation. Dealer dis discounts
counts discounts on unsold 195? cars prob probably
ably probably will get larger as th year
runs out -r .
But Clague warned that pro

longed drought In the Xast

peels another rie In Qctot might drive up some food price
and then lertliing-of I possl- and upset these pradicUoaa. v

rraair and nlana have fceen aaada

to hve it demolished in the near

future.

t demolu
5i

Getlt.Right

WASHINGTONi; July ZS (UP-
Ken. John CF Witts (D-Ky.) pro proposed
posed proposed a wnrresional inquiry i a.
to a network practice of rewriting

folk songs like those of J rs'

roster.
Ia ait amtouaeemeat Wi! re rewrote
wrote rewrote Foster's aim, eaUisg lim
Sieves, i .,

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1 TM Mwtaaaar auama a Mtaantipllity far atatamaari ar oaifllsni ed investigation of the disappear disappear-l
l disappear-l j i- anee of Dr. Jesus Galindei and

aor ta letters from reader.
na anjr iwn

THE MAIL BOX

CLEI6T0GAM0TTS PHILOSOPHY EXPLAINED
Out, out damn rattlepates and cieistogamsl 7
Oo pollinate your anthers somewnere else,
teave AguadulCe to the jolly Crewe
Who cald a pox on your decadent pelts.
(At least It seems to me that's what he's doirc,
, Stewing)
Qive up the juest to save your shabby souls
And UK a body-building course instead.
010 4rtrength to change your cleistogamous ways
tor most philosophers are long-since dead.
(Tho I'nmot sure It's quite the thing to do,
MnCrewe).
nx. b.
PltUSTKATED GI

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r
t
'mt:

t My problem U that I ara about to get married to a local girl,
i ..'f. Mi,, n tnu man Armv tha newa was

I brouiht te me by an Army enaplam that neitner my future wife

t nor X ful 0 Die w purcnaee juuu ui wvi ivuu.
: ttrr eomfclsaaries. Beason? Because on June 7 a decree came
from Washington sUtlng that no man In this oversea com-
j i.u wn nf wrTiRa nr under the Kraae

mt atrteant will be glren privilege cards In this commanfl, re re-larOlaac
larOlaac re-larOlaac of whether he's already married and has a family in
tho States waiting to eomo here.
The only way cards will be granted Is If the man lives on
peat or to military housing area. But there are no quarters
S be bad at all in these areas or in the Canal Zone, so a man
Hare1iometoSg for taxpayers to bounce around in their,
heads. Most all the men who are etatkmed rseas

ands of mUes from meir iamic5ior w r

i lar them with their Xamilies,
tatfQ their Wad legs n "n
"!' r T VI v
t twtcn tneir na iB na nm,
i faaa rinnt.V for TOUt
S Saakaa, M Jka A AkamlSJ I
7 wm
We are all awftre of tee price
t Bflaav aa how is a man in this spot

r feur itndenta on a $40 food allowance? we giK

j fat more looa ai7wncw, vi
7 i au

to that it will the way it always has been; these
M SwtfwW ay to heU with them, we didn't tell em to get
martie and raise a family. This should be given some thought,
rfefl tot all the others in my spot A pFC

1
DTSGTJSTED
mri
'

Ifi -o iatdu that I'm abotog
i -Uncle" store them fJJec

i Bient is UP. ana soon i m Z thl. on. ,UD.
t "L "KSJSST cJnfeSiS toow

jc i a snow
J? hiJ?!
TWa wnn wi

rrfctai new deal wnir our r-
.ix with under lour years of service) whose wives ar-

rirm !n this command mr ejunc
-

t V w!. mnnth to ration separately. But now uvq

I fd ViU 0 a month buy in Panama? Maybe "Uncle expects
! !ra-rui-?r.r wan and water like a lot of Pan-

,E7r.:r flr.taw

Th. kUi this order U going to hit wiU be wuiec7";
1 that JewUed away frwn their wives and homes and sent
1 haVrTy.nd told to go to hell. They are told

' human thev oon t
t WT are bo naman, w
t.JJZJfiXZ -ffi.

1 itVJrJSaii kfdaT'Unele" says he wanU a strong Regu ar
J thtag for Wm UW "n"" starts treating the OI like
!Sflr?f animate.
J htflun beings instead of animaia. f
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I COKOsUTTLATIONS FROM DETROIT VISITOR

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1 Congratulations on getting out

i umpatuwHwia v. tv. ..a, . -- a-aable to the proper aumoriuei
. I've enjoyed it immensely during my W-day vWt here ind 9vat iecrec, th.t
tUt eongrtulstJons eome from an ex-newspaperman, with 18 J, tween a lawyer and

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i smj wuv

Ajite, a canai puoi, ana nis wue ni. nwni vo wwi
was' the experlenee of a rather expansive tour through the Zone
ad the adlaeent areas. This is truly a fabulous region.
Congratulation, again. iteoo H. AlUe

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Half a Column
More Or Less
Now and Then

By CRPDI CALHOUN
THE GALINOIZ-MURPHY
CASES AGAIN
It U riiiflDDointinff that a law
...... ....il. WkMMtiOT l HMfl
tlge of Morris u, arnst is to taxe
t".""-
tator ot samo uommgo. ueneraus-
Gerald Lester Murphy. v
Dr. uaunaez, a Basque mieuec
tMal uhn uac An thA sllff Pn
1 lumbia University at the time of
tits mysterious ana suu unsoivea
r1iK.innpnrnnp wit filfia the AU
nf a fwvik pharifintf-onrriin.
tion and criminality in the dicta
torial regime ot beneraussimo
Truiillo.
American nilot emnloyed by the
jjonunican uovernmeui Airunes
uihn (a hflllflVAil fn hv flown tha
plane in which Dr. Galindez was
abducted or his corpse flown to
murdered. In- both cases the van vanishing
ishing vanishing of the victims wax complete
In both cases the explanations of
tne lrujiuo government a a
The Dominican government has
Mfuaul th rvniioat nf th State
rianavtmamt tn have Ornpril Ar
illat ratirrn tn tho United
States to assist ine aiaie iepari-
ment in ns invesupauon oi oou
(oi r;inral Eamallat was Do
minican Consul General in. New
V-lr nH thoro annaiara to be lit
tle doubt that he was mixed up
both in the disappearance of Dr
Galindez end the employment oi
Gerald raarpny. nowever. urasi
n,r. th h U tn ho nermltted to
question General Espaillat and ev even
en even Generalissimo Trujillo. Any
reader of this piece who would be
lieve e ther Truiillo or Espaiuat
under oath will olease stand on
his or her bead for one nour. w.
u Uitnmn a fnrmitr Rmublican
New York State Supreme Court
. a l! A 1-U
w T.Vk. aviated
Willi

Another tnmg tnai maxes
the
.m. ,h atronear is that a
l..ui: i. .1m tn ti.
... l I -4 afl
H will receive a reiainer to ?w,-
,nd $m 0OQ be made avail-
- .-. Baron blandly
rfimt ni, office it ..not
i onv uaiiu hanrilinff the'Reoub
.. ..
ihlio rlatinn This leads
nno 4a ianr.Hr itlct whilt hfl lTltAhdS
U1IC TV VHUl x jwuv
to do to earn the $60,000 and spend
the $100,00 additional.
Vmat ann Jiirloo Miinion are ai-
io to receive $5,0(10 .for expense.
in aaaiuon to me retainers os me
same amount. Any compensation
in addition to the retainers is to be
decided in tne tuture.
The father of Gerald Lester Mur
nhv is not sold on the new invest!
F r. .im i
e0uld ,ccom.
Plih. The Dominican B e p u b 11 e
cation. Me says: rersonauy
knows what happened to ur. ua-
Undez and my son and they don't
Charles u. roner, a receui vi-
tort o Manama nas oeen a leauer
i iVMtif3tion doubU
. .
h r npe..nt
j d Munson with the informs
.. h .0ueetid in the case.
.nC ht add. "They (Ernst
and Manson) would be the first to
say that a fair judgement coma not
from a uihymtl m the pay
of Jh defendant."
uimmbuiim
. .nvin. tn have th 2 eases clear
;d up tt it is willing to spend
,imost half a million dollars to do
80 why doesn't it order General
Espaillat to rrturm to the United
Wg tegUmony?
Ernst has announced that he
trt. hand to make a
complete investigatien and that if
ho does not get the right coopera coopera-tinn
tinn coopera-tinn ha will withdraw. However
the information ha collects up te
that time will not be made avail-
his client. .
It is my humble opinion that not
vu.
cans will believe that an impar
..M in a rnmiaann i.aun Amen"
tiai and nenest mvesugauon is
be made by Enut and Judge
Mnnann and Baron's public rela-
Tkv will at lat aus-
that they are being paid by
aliaiimo Truiillo for a bang
Up whitewash Job.
ANOTHIR CASK 0 NIXON
MATH t MAT ICS
Tha late Dr. Albert Einstein's re
putation as a mathematician bat
, i 1 1 j i r!
never reauy ocen nvauea uj vie
President Richard M. Nixon al although
though although the latter was one of tha in in-venters
venters in-venters of the "numbers game"
which is hardly oa a par with Dr.
rinatein'a theorv of relativity. Nix-
en in numerous speeches referred
to the thousands of communists,
fellow travelers subversives, sec security
urity security risks and Just Democrats la
the government that were threa threatening
tening threatening the very life of the United
State. Not one Communist waa
found although there were a few
Democrat. Now Nixon has ap
plied his mathematical genrus to
the budget.
"Vita President Nixon with his
customary partisan exuberance to
a gathering of Republicans who
have been glum about the size of
tha Eisenhower badget that- the
country ought to be thankful tha
Democrats dont control the Whit
House. If they did b said they
would have spent i0 hillioa more
thaathe Eiaaahower Administra Administration
tion Administration ha. sine IMS.
"Sine the Democrats ha veal
bei ia power ainee 1SS1 neither
Nixoa its anybody elae caa check
such oratorical mathematics. May Maybe
be Maybe the Democrat would have
tpe.it mora maybe less. The one in-

waus uv- nuwuv .Tan .Tannin
nin .Tannin this a press agent by Tammany HalL

! "He Worked for Us Once Let Him Work Again1

4 t
W. i 1- MVf
-.'.J.I '..! IVi.
fit. o;? v
I sse by the bladders that an
IBM computing machine that can
track earth satellites, select atom
.pics from a cocktail group, and
costs aDOiH rnree miuion ducks
to make, lost a game of checkers
to a mere man the other day.
Well done, mere man, I say, and
a double urrah.
At possibly the only man who
var that a radla with a .45 pis'
tol in Northern Kenya because
the new was unpleasant, I
claim ta be one -of tha ole'ott
living anemias of machine now
rracticing that enmity. I reckon
have kiekad mere table and
chairs far arnwd atsault an my
parson, than anybody I know.'
And tha other day I even kick
ad a parking mater for not aa
Captinf my nlekaf. i
At this moment, in my house,
there ate three record players,
all busied. There are two fancy
radios which have never worked,
The stove is set in lefthanded and
draws wrong. The fireplaces
kind of machines Smoke. The
car's got a knock noboby can lo
cate,
For 20 odd vear. I have nlaved
a typewriter for my bread and!
beans, and I still can't change a
ribbon without severely wounding
myself. Tht only time I ever wash washed
ed washed a dish I dropped it, and the
only time I ever helped Mama in
a kitchen emergency I was out of

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NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER

Irish Stew And Matzoh Balls:
The good will value to Eire if Bob
Briscoe'. American tour was so
immense that "Dev" is now toy toying
ing toying with the idea of sending the
Jewish former Lord Mayor of Dub Dublin
lin Dublin back to the U.S. as the Re Republic
public Republic of Ireland's Ambassador to
wasrangiou.
This Ain't Confidential: Eva Ga-
bor told off a London photog at
the premiere of "The Prince and
the Showgirl." He mistook Sandu
Scott, a former Miss New York,
for her. What made it wbrse was
that Eva was wnn jonn jama, wm
owns a Lonaon saioon pvroueu
by titled and untitled four-flushers,
whilst Sandu was with likable lit little
tle little Siegi Sassier, rival cafe owner,
who doeant peaa to ami, wuugn
hnth ara Polish refugees... John
Ireland (Joanne Dru's ex)in a
beef over the check' tn a ara Ave.
bar. He was with Esrtha Kitt ...
T.vnno Merrick, who numbers Con
rad Nagel and Bob Gotlet Jr. at
ex's, happy at Haptourg House
with Paul Mannojrtne decorator.
Rrnatwav H A Broad Way. Bob
Carmichael (who ta "sodal' ac according
cording according to the presa agent) is the
latest In tha Rosemary Ridgewell
sweepstakes. Rosite is the statues statuesque
que statuesque Latin Quarter beaut who once
claimed ao much of former Mayor
Bill O's attention ... Tina Louue
and desimer Elgee Bove a digni
fied couple doing the undignified
mambo at Ar-gei Lopei' Chateau
Madrid... Chic James, another L.
Q. daziler. tapped for a Paramount
acreea U acaie -Dougan's
answer to Honywootf:
I'va got oacttoon ana i imw .i
, Word to Wie Wolves: Batjac.
new -dUcoTery," blonde f Jeanne
(Just caL me "Mnsneia Monroe t
Carmen. Jeanne arrived at aHol-
ditputable fact is that the Eisen
hower budget una year ia w
gest in peacetime hutory. And it i
the budget of the President who
.aid the Democrat were i penn
ing too mueh when wey were
.pending mucn teas man no wim
to trend.
The Raleifih (N.C.) New. and
Observer. ,

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inriiA t- 3w : vv ,;v

Man Vs. Machine

By BOB RUARK
r
olav for weeks with a hand that
got burnea nearly all t)ie way oil.
I own more soars from trying
to separate ice trom trays, from,
tvlnfl ti AnM A.rjl t n Vil ad an1
trvinc to onen card tables and
sort out the angularity of decs
chairs than anybody. If I try to
change a needle on a phonograpu'
arm I (1) bust the arm and (2)
get electrocuted
Lights I turn on go out. I
one owned 12 watch and none
of them kept time. Door Cam -'
m. Once I tried t cook on an
. outdoor barbecue and almost1
managed to rv grilled m
I to the guest. Tho hamburger
fell through the grllt but my
! finger didn't-:
i Other people open bottled with
'ease, but it seems to me that ev-
ery bottle I ever tackled was per permanently
manently permanently sealed to keep me from
the evils of drink. Short of biting
off the neck I have to holler for
.Mama or the cook. A can opener
and a can is a bigger threat than
the atom.
Some neocle can open suitcase
Not me. The lock jams, but this
is of no nmnortance. as I ve al
ready lost the key. I find that
jumpinc uc and down sometimes
neips.
The evil of the machine age r
and I won't even mention the te'-
evisioh that xnow or cuts out wit''
the score tied, a man on ana tn
count three-nd-two with two out
communicate, itself to the ina
lywood preem with six handsome
escorts. Quipped "They're all my
boy friends and I don't know which
to choose." (Her manager hired
them by the hour I)
Hollywood But I Won't: Inger
Stevens offered Tony Soglio five
percent of her earnings for seven
ytars for them thar papers. To Tony's
ny's Tony's latest is Nancy Novack, an
American Sophia Loren type, seen
on the U.S. Steel Hour ... eto feua

un Tai, mfa. f Bob 'chorinef and 5-11 show gals.. But
The Sun Also Rises set. bod, .it 4;n .,, ij ,l.

Evans, who plays one of Ava's lov
ers, gave her a dozen blouses,
skirts, shorts and slacks, flown in
from the N.Y. factory he owns...
My friend Edie Small," vet Holly-,
wood producer, read "Around the
World Confidential" and went glo glo-baL
baL glo-baL He's producing "Witnes. for
tha Prosecution" in L.A.; "Char "Charlie
lie "Charlie Chan" fjr TV in London, and
"Tugboat Annie" in Canada. (He',
a guy who doesnt have to borrow
fronv banks. They borrow from
him.)
Figures Don't Lie (Or Dont
They?): Five years ago Jack Lait
and I alleged that U.S. censu. fig figures
ures figures are ofteu inaccurate, hapha haphazard
zard haphazard and frequently guesswork, es es-oeciallv
oeciallv es-oeciallv in communities with large
minority of foreign-langaage-speak-
ing populations. They canea as
liars then; but now Mayor Wag Wagner's
ner's Wagner's raised. eyebrows over the
queer and curious special census
report showing a net loss for New
York City seems to bear ns out (I
wasn't counted! Wore you?)
NOTE: On the other ahand, thould
the figures stand up, it will be a
vindication for members of the
Real Estate Board who, in the
days of LaGuardia and Mareanto Mareanto-nio,
nio, Mareanto-nio, pointed out it had to coma.
Only solution for New York and
other large eibea that are Voting
population to suburba seems to be
legislative pcrmisaion te recap recapture
ture recapture the former voters and tax taxpayers
payers taxpayers by annexation, voluntary or
otherwise. . (
No Newa Prom Everywhere: An
na Magnani, according to my Rom
an respondent.: will marry caon caon-ele
ele caon-ele TiniO. a 24-year-old aetor. An Anna
na Anna 'he's 4T .Princes Margaret 'a
sew kick: playing the satire plat-

'A 'p'r i

llf. ,'4r
NEA $rvict, Inc.'
nlmates. of which I arm assuredlvi
a member.
You just tiy to find something1
simple-like e cardboard box or a
nil mihka. hind m lawMd nrt rt
hi? ruhhpr hand nr a laraA oao'
clip when you need it to send
something equally simple through
the mails or by messenger. You
will find a daguerreotype of.
Grandme. a brace and bit. a love
letter you thought you burned 20
years ago. But if it's a canceled
check you need to keep out of
jail, oh, no. .(j;
Just this dy I looked three
times in tho same place for my
driver'' lican, arid tha gram
lint had got it. But I found a
' bank 'rtatament I hid from my
, self oor year jo- and whiehj
tarTainly can't m .-ve.me now. ?
(Bu. I'm clad th't machine eot
ciounered ny we man in we
checkers game, because it leaves
a little -hope for such a. me. Ex Except
cept Except I thought I'd brush up on
ray, checker same the other day.
in case any machines came to
call, and I cpuld find the check
ers but couldn t locate the boarr.
Do you suppose the machine ha.
confederates working for a for-
sign power?
Maybe it's in the icebox, but
I'm too frightened to open the
door ot the frig. You never know
what you'll una in a rerrigerator
f.nese aays mr.t mignt snap on a
. hand.
ter, "My Square Laddie." She has
the onL; one in England and thia
make! her more popular wan a
Princess.. .There are no bath pldgs
in the Soviet Union, saya my in
formant, for it's an old Russian
custom to wash in running water,
(Since when is it an old Russian
custom to wesh7) ...New Havana
Rrriera will sport the world', first
7-11 line (according to an exciu
sive" publicity release) and I ean
hardly watt to gander the 5-7
wait till you get a load of the 17'
year-old blonde Danish beaut who
olays a Spanish senorita in it
nuck's "Tin Sun Also Rises." Her
name i Ulla Ulfstjerne and she's
wolf-bahV even if you can't gargle
ner name.
Dept. Of So-What? Prince Kate
Kashani, the Iranian prince (and
I wonder if there really ia one), in
a rendevoo at SL Moritx Cafe da
la Paix with Trady Wroe, the star
let. (What'a a starlet, papa?) ..
Doeant Horace Stoneham also own
a chunk of Skiatron stock. (That's
the outfit that wants to pay-televise
the games.) Young Harry dish dishing,
ing, dishing, the American millionaire who
prefers Rome, and Joe Adonis,
the American millionaire who
doesnt prefer Rome, are both in investing
vesting investing in the aame new Italian
movie company but separately.
Scripters already preparing a TV
life ot tragic Joanna Connelly Pa Patina
tina Patina for a fall abow. (
No Fifth Amendment: There's
been little or no publicity oa it
yet, but Congressional cloack-room
entimeot veering toward a radi radical
cal radical move te take the punishment of
contempt away from the court
and restore it to Congresa. Few
realize that eacks-House has tha
basis power to punish contempt
a power inherited from too Brit Brit-US
US Brit-US Parliament and regularly ne need
ed need here ontil tha last century,
whea fur convenience it was turn turned
ed turned over to tht courts. (Tbe rec records
ords records snow Congressional eoovie eoovie-tion
tion eoovie-tion even ia tho 20th Century.)
Indf-el, there are still dungeon
in the cellars of tha Capitol ia
Washington w b e r e recalcitrant
were kept; now they're d aa
storerooms. Congress' power at to

hbDAliYVifASHIMGTOn
ifrlERRY-GO-ROUnD

WASHINGTON It probably
isn't known to most of their sen senate
ate senate colleagues, but the Senate lib lib-..olo
..olo lib-..olo o in a heck of a mess.
After crusading for .year, for ci civil
vil civil rights and being consistently
defeated by -the Dixiecrat Bepubii-
nilitinn fhpv HOW find them-
selve. divided among .themselves
and led by the Republican leader
of that onetime Dixiecrat coau
tion. t .
How deep the disagreement is
came out m a secret ihtou
Democratic civil rights champion.
called by Sen. Paul Dougia. oi
Illinois. tTesent were Senator. An
riprann nf N!w Mexico.: Carroll
of Colorado, Murray of Montana,
Green and rastore oi nnoue is island.
land. island. ? Kennedy of Massachusetts,
Symington of Missouri, Neuberger
of Oreeon. and McNamara of Mich
iganall Democrats; '
At the .tart oi we meeting iieu iieu-berger
berger iieu-berger observed the absence of an another,
other, another, stalwart liberal, Wayne
Morse: nf Oreeon.
"I am .sorry my colleague is not
present,' he remarKea. i woum
prefer .to be fighting side by aide
with nimit is difficult for me
to enter into any arrangements
here with. Wayne, absent because,
unfortunately, the newspaper, in
Oregon have) been trying to give
the impression that were is a apui
between us. Of course there is no nothing
thing nothing of the kind."
'It is quite evident why Wayne
is not here,", replied Douglas, who
was presiding. "He voted against
Rule 14 the other day.
"In that case. I had better ex
cuse myself," interposed Sen. Clin Clinton
ton Clinton Anoerson of New Mexico, "be "because
cause "because I did too. Before I do, how
ever, let me give you some aa-
vice. :
There are five men sitting up
In the front row of the Democra Democratic
tic Democratic side. I want to name tbem in
the order of their seats. Kerr (Ok (Ok-la.),;Frear
la.),;Frear (Ok-la.),;Frear (Del.), Anderson (N.
Nex.), Magnuson (Wash.), Mans Mansfield
field Mansfield (Mont.). They all voted a-
gainst Rule 14, and you're going
.toth" .V n v., havln't
tn.fe helP- You haven t
K 0 L it UOW.
01
BEGINNING OF THE SPLIT
"Thed," continued Anderson,
"on the second row back1 from the
end seat is this fellow Morse. And
let me tip you off, you're going
to regret the day that you sent
this bill to the calendar without
going through the Judiciary .Com .Committee,
mittee, .Committee, because you are going, to
have to admit in the end that
Morse was right."'
This referred to the battle which
first split the liberal Democrats
namely when Morse of Oregon
trgnod tmtt- tnfr -olvU right Mull,
passed in the House of Represen
uures, snuuia wx oe pui on tne
Senate calendar Immediately, but
should go to the Senate Judiciary
Committee.
Other liberals argued that if
sent to the Judiciary Committee,
it would be blocked by Chairman
Eastland of Mississippi for weeks,
just a. it ha. been blocked by him
ever since January.
1 I also want to make it very
clear.", continued An ier.on. "that
I have no intention of foil iwine
the leadership of Knowland of Cal-
iforma through the Senator of II
hnois (Douglas),
Furthermore, I want to make
it clear that I'll have no part of
the 3 to -1 ratio, said Anderson,
referring to the arrangement
wnereoy three Republicans Dirk
sen of Illinois, Case of "tow Jer
sey, and Knowland on one side-
met with only one Democrat,
Douglas, on the other side to dis discuss
cuss discuss civil rights strategy.
"Some of us tried to get civiLj
rights passed last winter by chang
ing cloture.''' reminded Anderaou,
Dut we didn't get much helo from
Mr. Knowland. If he wanted civil
rights he eould have started to
work for it then. A good many
Republicans would have joined us
in changing cloture if Knowland
had helped. But he didn't help.
So I object to marching under his
banner now.
I remember, concluded Ander
son, "that for many year, when
we did try to do something on ci civil
vil civil rights, Bob Taft would, go o-
jail for contempt until the end of
a session. While Congress is in
session, no writ by any court eould
possibly affect its actions. I per personally
sonally personally know of two bill, in pre preparation
paration preparation for thi. purpose, and I
know a lot of fellow traveler, who
would look rood stored on ice in
the Capitol basement.
Name. Make News: Press a a-gent
gent a-gent love characters like Bob
Neal (and whatever became of
him?), who visit ginmilla with dif
ferent cuties. every night, hoping;
to get their namea in we columns:
but it's all a bit confusing to aa
innocent like thi part-tuna colum columnist
nist columnist who need a program to keep
the score. Yesterday's Bob Neal
item wis Karen Sharps. Today':
Pamela turran. Ana j tuppota to
morrow' will be Anne Anderson.
' Not Much Of Anything: Alas
Dale, tbe lark, and actress Mollie
Ann Bourn a twosome as if yon!
tared. I donV. Today Art Ford.
the dicker, ia again spinning over -Julie
(Lu Abutr) Newmar .- .
Here's a switch: Uncle Miltie BerW
ia writing, and wiU personally di direct
rect direct and stage Betty tTbe Bosom)
George, solo at Le Cupidon. She
stooged for him in his recent cafe i
tour Jockey, are not only anil- -ban
aire these days, tbefV. a ape- j
cial movie theatre for their exclu exclusive
sive exclusive see at Monmouth race track.
Armando' a. swank East Side eate eate-rie,
rie, eate-rie, finally succumbing to the af
ter 1. p.m. nterumment craze
and applied for a cabaret license.
Confession Of A Cautions Cutie:
Guts dont ting sals who want
ring.-

ty PMW MAMON

ver and whisper with Diet? Rus Russell
sell Russell (Georgia) and we wuld be
licked. 1
''So let's follow our owfl leader,
not these 'recent'' Republican! con-vert."-
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WASHINGTON WHIRL
"Fred Ford, promoted-fwn a.. mi minor
nor minor Justice Department job to be
a Federal Communication Commu
sioner, has orders to keep J Cu Cu-gressional
gressional Cu-gressional investigatori out of FCC
files, He received special instruc
tion from his boss, .Deputy Attor Attorney
ney Attorney General Bill Rogers, on legal
tricks to keep Congress from pry prying
ing prying into FCC secrets. .The Sen Senator's
ator's Senator's No. 1 Democrat, Lyndon
Johnson of Texas, has been belit belittling
tling belittling the No. 2 Democrat, Mike
Mansfield of Montana, behind bis
back. Lyndon has been whispering
around the Senate cloakroom that
Mike isn't too bright .Actually,
the strait-laced Mansfield i. les
of a politician but' more of a
scholar than Johnson. : Mansfield
used to be a history professor at
the University of Montana.).-. t
House Speaker Rayburn is telling
this one on himself: At the, Tru Truman
man Truman Library dedication in Kansas
City, he saw a couple eyeing his
his bald dome and over'ieard one
comment r "I didn't know Yul
Brynner was a Democrat.'
LIMESTONE LOBBY
The limestone lobby won an un unreported
reported unreported victory theothf"- day o-1
ver Secretary of Agriculture Ben Benson,
son, Benson, who tried to economize ba ba-hind
hind ba-hind Coajjress' back.
Benson wanted to cut out pay payments
ments payments to farmers for spreading
lime on their soil. This increases
the crop yield, which is thr last
thing he wants to do. H main
objective is to reduce farm sur surpluses.
pluses. surpluses. Knowing Cogress favorj conser conservation
vation conservation practices, however, Benson
kept quiet about his plan to cut
the limestone subsidy. He waited
until the Senate-House conferees
were supposed to have agree! on
the soil-conesrvation budget.1 then
issued a secret order to chop off
the payments for lime -ipreading.
What Benson didn't learn until
too late, however, was thaf, the
budget agreement had been de delayed
layed delayed a day. Meanwhile, one of
Benson's boys leaked the secret
order to the National Limesiono
Institute, which rushed up to Ca Ca-rpitol
rpitol Ca-rpitol Hill with it.
Sen. Dick Russell (D., Ga.) and
Congressman Jamie Whitten (D.,
Miss.), were furious at Benson for
trying to economize on soil conser conservation
vation conservation behind their backs They
promptly inserted a directive in
the delayed Senate-House report
that the Agriculture Department
must continue paying iarmers vji
spreading lime on their fields.
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THURSDAY JULY 25, W57
Iline Bands To Vis
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FELIX'S T1V0U AVENUE BRAI1CH STORE OIILY
For! Musical Honors

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN PJDEf ENPtNT DAHY NEW8PATEB

At Albrock Ccnlesl
.Nine orchestras will vie on the

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survival SUPPLIES Mr. and Mrs., Karl P. tZmde, of Lakewood, Ohio; their twovaons,
rharieq 13 and Fred, '15, and Blm, the family pooch, are pictured with the supplies that CI
vu npfe'nw recommends every family keep hsndy.to-take along in the event they are ever
o?de?ed toevacSate the area" here they are living: Prom left supplies include sleeping bags,
Jus of watlr, soft drinks, Wankets, first-aid kit, flashlight can opener.- cooking utensils can can-&9
&9 can-&9 portable stove, battery-operated, radio ;and severals days' food supply, mostly canned s
foods. y '

Congress Told Status -of -Forces Change
Would! Backfire On Servicement Overseas

WASHINGTON, July 25 (UP) (UP)-Defense
Defense (UP)-Defense Department officials told
Congress today that any change
in "Status of Forces' agreements
with foreign nations would back backfire
fire backfire on the U.S. government and
individual servicemen overseas.
They told the House Armed
Services Committee the net result
of any change would be a de decrease
crease decrease in this country's jurisdic jurisdiction
tion jurisdiction over its servicement serving
in foreign nations. -i
' The administration's defense of
the controversial agreements was
given by Assistant Defense Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Mansfield D..Sprague and
Air Forcr Undersecretary Mal Malcolm
colm Malcolm A. Maclntyre.
They were the first witnesses as
the committee opened what ," it
called a "full-scale" investigation
of the "Status of Forces" treaties
which govern the criminal prose prosecution
cution prosecution of ; American servicemen
stationed on foreign soil. V
rpkM i.niili-u was nrnmnted DV

the administration's recent deci-

sion to surrender Army Specialist
William S. Girard to a Japanese
court for trial on charges of kill killing
ing killing a Japanese 'woman. The de decision
cision decision was upheld by the Supreme
Court. .'
- The committee is considering a
proposal by; Rep. Paul J. Kilday
(D-Tex) to strip the State and De

fense departments of respon

sibility for enforcing the agree agreements.
ments. agreements. It would be given instead
to the' civilian head of the individ individual
ual individual armed service.
- Kilday'j proposal would require
military courts to try all cases
in which this country has primary
jurisdiction over its servicemen.
Under the present agreements,
this country can waive its juris jurisdiction
diction jurisdiction to .the foreign courts.
The Stat' Department also op opposed
posed opposed the proposed changes. Dep Deputy
uty Deputy Undersecretary Robert Mur Murphy
phy Murphy said the government has, in
the past and will in .the future
do "our best" to see that U.S.
servicemen get fair trials.

Benefits Of Beverage Alcohol
To Man Pointed Out By Doctor

' ncinc SMITH

:' NEWvvYO& resen

day aociors uu -nsr .w

wine?-SUch's cognac-
An entire generation oi present-
dafdtctor W&:S
cated. and went M6 pr actice
during prohibition, said Dr. Har Har-!!m
!!m Har-!!m w Lefft. Because of that
Sn?of tofm re uallyjah-
knowledge of the
asnects of beverage alcohol.
Tnd since prohibition .ended
-physicians and laymen alike
hv been so concerned with the
PobleS of "alcoholism
gains to be derived from the mo
erate use of wine or cognae have
been somewhat obscured, he
continued to oWS,!
other countries doctors rf.
& moderate Me rational
asDect of civilized hving.
S was instructing
leagues in the medical bterature

Slcal.

unnraisals"1 because In the Unitea
sK ihe 'whole subject was

"emotionauy .f ,t
He said, lor Instance, that it
had not yet been "demonstrated
JouclusiveV that alcohol. i
"maior role? in corrhosis of the
Uwruand "another questionable
SStK-tf thati it has; a: harmful
effect on kidney function.
But in "teoderate-'amounUift

erves- many Vme-
Ssit is "quickly absorbed

from the. gastro-iraesunw w.vw
reauirbg preliminary diges -"on"
isutilizable as energt
Cre "Pidlyfthan' other -ioadij

vestigaiors oavc .-JTn 7
wine, or ia spinU distilled from
wine, such' as cognac, tract -eta-
. .nj vitamin

menu, ot miner u u
from Unoriginal od In which
the grapes .grow;' as weU )
menu such as purmes, pectms,
faU. levulose," "d dextrose, can
contributt valuable dietary ad

He cited g number' of authori authorities
ties authorities for the finding that alephol
ia moderation increase! blood
flow in the surface channels by
increasing their caliber. He grant granted
ed granted that the concensus of expert
opinion is that alcohol has little
or no- influence on' blood flow, in
the coronary arteries.'

liillly,4octOTS,'haV be awcrb awcrb-ina
ina awcrb-ina a .liftlo hnnlv tr little

whislrv for that. nurDOse for some

200 years, and with good results.
Perhaps the good comes from a

reduction ot anxiety or aiconon
ability to lessen pain, he said.

He abnroved beverage alcohol

for treatment of the common cold,

but said it should be ; used m
"moderation! such as one to three
ounces, rather than according to
"one old prescription "which in involves
volves involves hanging a hat on the bed

post and drinking, away until two
hats appear to be present."

Alaskan Pioneer
Weds Top Lawyer

49

LONDON (UP -Jack McCord.

a 74-year-old Alaska pioneer, will
marry America's leading woman
lawyer here Thursday after a 42 42-year
year 42-year courtship that stretched from
the Yukon to Cleveland and Lon

don.

The bride is Miss Grace Doer-

ing, 66, of Cleveland, who met
McCord at the San Francisco
World Fair of 1915 when he left

his Yukon gold strikes -to see the
sights of the big city. v
McCord. already a legendary

figure of the Great Northwest,

smiled a gentle Churchillian smile
Tuesday night as he watched Mis

Doering installed as president of

tne National Assn. oi woman

Lawyers,

"Thus far." Murphy said., "the

record shows that we have been

successful in this."

- Maclntyre said the Air Force

"sharps the desire of Congress

that this e o n n t r y exercise the

maximum jurisdiction over : its

servicemen abroad.

But he said the p r o p o s e d
changes 'wouid baekf re and
harm not only the interest of the

individual serviceman but also our

natonal interest in the solidarity

of defense alliances so crucial to

our national security."

Sprague told the committee the

proposed changes would endanger
this country's system of overseas

oases.
"It would also work to the di

advantage of the servicemen," he
said, "in tfcat it would make for foreign
eign foreign authorities less willing to en

trust, accused servicemen to our

custody pending trial."

band stand of the Albrook NCO

Club at 8 p.m. tomorrow seeking
top honors in the "battle of bands."
Members and guests will select the
winner anu runners-up by applaud applauding
ing applauding their favorite band. ,
' The Al Martin orchestra; origi originally
nally originally scheduled to appear, will not
take part in the contest. Decision
to withdraw. Martin said, was due
to the absence of two key players;

saxophonis Mauricio Smith -and
flautist George Banks, who are fly

ing to tho Dominican Republic for
a 10-day engagement in Ciudad
Trujillo.
A set of f our numbers will be
played by each orchestra during
tomorrow's contest, and the audi
ence will dance, listen and appladd

as the "battle" goes along. After

the contest 'here will be -a jam
session featuring all musicians as
a grand finale.
The local talent groups will com

pete for four prizes.- First prize is
$50 and four bookings; second, $25
and two bookings; third, $15 and
one booking; fourth, $10 and one

booking. a
.'-VV.,,. .I Y.i Ii a'viY ''.
Canal Zone Chemist
Completes Courses
Al Stales College

W. C. Dunscombe, chemist of
Balboa Heights, has just complet completed
ed completed turn gnfn1 twn-wnek courses at

the Philadelphia College of Phar

macy and science, xne nrsi

course, conducted during the pe period
riod period June IT thru June1 28. was a

lecture and laboratory "course in
radioisotope technics one of the

newest developments in xne meai

The second course, conducted
from July 8 thru July 19, was in
the preparation' of medicines for

injection.
Both of these courses were post:
Sf-oriimta in nature hpinff fiftsi fin

ed for pharmacists and chemists
already in practice; and they were
nfforeH fointlv hv the Philadelohia

and the Philadelphia Hospital

Pharmacists Association.

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First US Shipment
Of Uranium Arrives
At West Germany
t PBANKPURT, Germany, Jury
' 14 (UP The first shipment of
aranium for West Germany under
; President Eisenhower's atoms-for-'
peace pita arived here yesterday.
The shipment, brought by plane
from New York, comprised 1,800
.'grams of V-2Z5. It will be used in
la reactor beins built br Frankfurt

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SICK OF SO MUCH CHEESECAKE Two-year-old Michael Ross is overwhelmed
by a bevy of beauties in Baden-Baden, Germany. Surrounding him are (from
left) Rigmor Alfredsson, Miss Sweden; Corine Rottschafer, Miss Holland Viola

Martinez, Miss Spain, and Genevieve Zanetti, Miss i ranee. Micnaei is unnappy.

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; tioner find it easy to cool off at Sun Valley, Id. Having a real cool time are
f (from left) Adrianne NaiV Lee Thuernagle, Jerry Norling and Myrna Beittie. H.,

': JUST LIKE US It's doubffuV if the other movie pa patrons
trons patrons standing in line recognized 'Jran's Shah Riza
Pahlevi and his Queen Soraya as they got tickets in
Zurfcji, Switzerland.' They're traveling incognito.

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vivor survivor and preserves the body heat. The M&uiWoncd floor and the canopy are
blown up by specially designed gas cyjii An RAF student officer' test it.

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Corky, a palsy-walsy porpoise, at the Miami, Fla., Seaquarium. Dolores is
moi'e' courf"c?v: mcrt girls because she has ridden alligators .and turtles.

GIFTED GAMS-r-New York stewardess Barbara Kam-
inski compares her legs with these jeweled replicas
of the gams of movie star Cyd Charisse. The model
ones are weighted down with $25 thousand worth of
jewels. They (the fake ones) publicize Silk Stockings.

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and roll with his wife, Patricia Wymore, at a Deborah Kerr (left) and Jean Sebert discuss their film, Bon jour Tristette.
swank film party in West .Berlin, Germany. .. , .' '.

LINCOLN PASSED BY

SOME MONUMENTS not only remind people of famous persons, but also have (
the added valutf of being useful. Such a one is the Lincoln Memorial bridge
which spans the Wabash river at Vincennes, Ind. In 1830, a few weeks after his
21st birthday, Abraham Lincoln passed this way and entered the state of Illinois
for the first time. On west side of bridge--the Illinois side there is a monument
which commemorates this crossing. It shows the ox-driven covered wagon and
Lincoln's family. Bronze figure of Abe is, life-size. The two states built bridge.

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The, book, "The U.SA. in Col Color"
or" Color" by the editors of holiday, has
been placed In circulation this
week; by, the Canal zone Libra Library.
ry. Library. j1-" '-" 'J'J'
This books contains nearly
two hundred of the outstanding
full-color photographs of the US
that have appeared in HOLIDAY
during the past-decade The Pic Pictures
tures Pictures not only' show some -h: of
America's 'most, beautiful scen scenery
ery scenery but also a great many Amer Americans
icans Americans at work and at play,
Other books placed r on circu circulation
lation circulation this week follow: i
Non-fiction The Notebooks of
Simon WeiL" weU; Thew
Japan, Qulgley; The Three K's
Plusi Beck; .Wedding Etiquette
Completer BenUey; Rapid. tJal-'culaUons,-.
Russell;: The Cage
Bird Handbook, Hausmanj vThe
Complete Cook of t woodwork,
Hayward; Adventures in Water-

For -iil rrerauiwi v,
son; Stories To Remember, Cos Cos-tain;4
tain;4 Cos-tain;4 Miss Boo Is Sixteen Run Run-beck;;
beck;; Run-beck;; Courtship Of Mr; Lincoln,
Randall; Hundred Hours To
Suezi1 Henriques.
Fiction: The Room On The
Roof, Bend; The Girl From The
Mimosa Club, ; Brown; -. The

The innocent, Jones;" Odyssey Of
ij..,. Dftvfor' T.unnv i:aDtain

f,nnhnnd MarshaU: Less Than,

AMdT'Pym: the Eating Val-

ley, Walker Mlnado; Wuson.
Ralls, Sleels.Gatn
As Market Plods
Thru Sloyr Session

NEW YORK, July a tOTf -;
. i.j j.j thrmtcrh another

StOCKS Piuuucu ,. t
riw session with trading the light

est in more wan mree
with most leading issues-moving
only fraction either: way.
Rail shares stood out as bright
spots on. the upside, paced by
Baltimore & Ohio which climbed 2
points to 56 in the day s heav heaviest
iest heaviest trading, v.
The oils were chief soft spots,
with declines running to 'fiore
than Z points in Barber.
, The industrials finished with an
average gain of JL7 point at 5l5.7ff,
rails with a rise of .69 at 152.91
while Utilities dipped ..06 to 70.51.
Of i -total 1,174 issues traded,
there were 443 higher,- 442 lower,
289 unchanged. There were 29 new
lows set and 19 new highs. -(-
Steels bad tome late strong
spots, headed by a gain of close
to 3-4 Doini in .Bethlehem whose

directors meet today to report
on first half operations and take

Hells Canyon Dam

Project Stifled
By House Action

WASHINGTON,. July 25 (UP)

Tim Uniwa i Tntprinr Committee

snuffed out the last chance for a

high federal dam at Hells Canyon
VBctprriav hv VOtine 16 tO 14 tO kill

Wielatinn which Would have SU-

tfiorized the' hotly-disputed project.
The vote, anticipated 1 for three
weeks, came on a. motion to con con-onr
onr con-onr in the ripr-isinn of the Irriua-

tion and Reclamation subcommit

tee a month, ago to knocK out ine

Yital enacting clause 01 uie am.
Bon nrnri Pfnst fD-IdahO).

who sponsored' the bill, said that

in killing me mgn aam we wnp
mittee was "strangling the life life-blood
blood life-blood of the Pacific Northwest."
Th hill would haVe authorized

federal construction of a high dam

on the Hells canyon reacn 01 ine
Snake River the deepest river
sorire in North America be

tween Idaho and Oregon.

With administration backing, has
authorized the Idaho .Power Co.

to build three 1 low dams on the

snaKe, two 01 wricn, aireauy are
under construction. ; j r

Mrs. Pfost predicted that Idaho

Power ."will never fully develop

the water resources that- are our

God-given tight." She said that in
allowing the company to so ahead

with construction "we are giving

Idaho Power Co. The Snake River

and navine them for taking it."

Ren. Al, UUman D-Ore said

that killing the legislation would

eive Idaho Power "an economic

stranelehold" on the Northwest.

fourteen KepuDUcans ana two

Southern Democrats, Keps. James
A, Haley (Fla.) and George.; A.
Shuford (NO, cast the votes that
killed 'the project.1 All the pro-dam
votes, were cast by Democrats.

The Senate passed a bill calling
for o'hieh Hells Canyon dam on

n i . t. ; ; I

June Zl. am n, ana omer lunuu

measures, ,were given no chance

of House oassaee. v .' "

Democratic supporters of the

bill, who had successfully blocked

ra vote in two previous, stormy

sessions, made no attempt to de delay
lay delay action on the bill at yesterday's

relatively qsiet session,-! .,

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At Pool treaties
Get French OK

v PARIS, July. 25 w (UP) The
Frencn Senate approved by i an

overwhelming majority today rati

fication of the European common

marKet ana Atomic energy pool
treaties. j r
: France thus became the second

of the sir west European na

tions involved to complete parlia parliamentary
mentary parliamentary action on the treaties.
West Germany was the first.

dividend action. Allegheny Ludlum
ran up close to 2 points. Republic

ever a point and Lukens close to

one..,',- "t i I --

Chrysler, T e s d a y's topside
leader, backed down 5-6 to 81 1-4
following Baltimore and Ohio ia

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Three Missing Boys
Held On Charges
Of Burgling Stores

SF.NATnmA. i Miss. fUP

Three missing Memphis boys who

bad been tne odjcci oi an air ana
ground search were arrested to

day at Arkabutla Dam on bur

glary charge

TV" TnilnHr Shvriff 3am w.

Tavlnr nirl the hflvn Oren Baker.

14, Claude Huffman, 11 and J. W.
Vicker, 10 had confessed break breaking
ing breaking into the P. H. Spier store here

ana laning uiuci, tuuw, yvw
knives and about 18. x' ;

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store, leaving their old shoes be-
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- Sammy isyior, as, an mpioya
of. the store, recognized the shoes

as the ones tne ooys were wear
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Monday. He gave Taylor their de

scriptions. , ,

Tavlor beeiri tiatrollinc the road

and a man iniormea mm ne naa

seen the youngsters at Arkabutu,

10 miles west of here. ;

: Tate said the boys also had ad

mitted breakinc into Ernhart's

store at Eudora and taking a few

dollarsa nd some food. They also

"swiped" the man's tractor end

said. : '."

' The boy. also told Tate they had

run awa, from home," but the
sheriff said he had not had time
to question them about their rea reason
son reason for doing so, -j
(The boys disappeared .Sunday
night.. Hundreds of volunteers aid aided
ed aided by helicopters searched for the
youngsters Monday.

Danish Shipowner :
Demands Release
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The owner of the Danish Isaraeli Isaraeli-chartered
chartered Isaraeli-chartered freighter Birgitt Toft
today asked the Danish. Ministry
of Foreign Affairs to try to ob obtain
tain obtain the release of a Israeli sea seaman
man seaman taken into custody by Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian authorities last Monday whet
the ship was entering the Sues
CanaL
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Shipowner Ore Toft said be had
approached the Ministry of Affairs
early today after be received con confirm
firm confirm at; or by cable lrte last nifht

from the ship's Captain P. Lolk

that Israeli seama Kaun t-yicm
had actual!? beea taken into cus-

i Tofi refuted Ffvptisa aHefttions
, that C)km may be aa Israeli spy.

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a noisy neighborhood in which to raise her family. She laid
her eggs 50 feet from a busy runway at New York's LaGuardia
Field. Airport gardener John Moloney examines the neat of
14 eggs while the pheasant is away. She does most of her
egg-sittingat night The sun takes over in the daytime.

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Mn. Lionel Vasse, wife' of the French Ambassador td'tne

V Republic of Panama, will entertain at tea at tne rrencn jmoassj

in La VTtn nex SHUUruay in uvuur u j, imi n.av
' urn u)if f the Ambassador of Great Britain In Panama.

Ambassador and Mrs. Henderson have recently le turned

J from a five-month vacation trip in Europe. ;,

Mary Edith Balbirni
Calabratti Birthday

f Mary Edith Balbirnie, daughter
at Mr. and Mrs. Gordon V. Bal

birnie of the 15th Naval District,
Sfas honored by her parents with
barbecue dinner on tne occa-
8n of her thirteenth birthday last
esdav. i .
Ha movie at Fort Amador Thea-j
ft followed the dinner, and affer-

SSards the cuests returned to tne

frtbirnie home for a TV session.

William Sullivan

tttinarad At Bab Shower

Lairs. William Sullivan of Curun Curun-dn
dn Curun-dn was honored last Saturday with
aSaby shower given in the Garden
Room of the Tivoli Guest House
M Mrs. Mary Kelleher and Mrs.
John Connard.
Among the guests were Mes-.
dimes Emily Bolton, Lois Thomas,
Dot Payne, Mary Emlaw, Lil Tes-;
tr. Gladvs Sullivan. Ellen Ed

wards, Ann Kelleher, Ruth Kelle-

ker, Betty- Kelleher, wary Alien,

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Betty AfcCarrick. Peggy Flynn,

Helen Lucey, May Duer, Ann Tho

mas, Kathleen Trout, Catherine
Mullins, Elizabeth Gray, Virginia

Harvey, Ann Parks, Dora Kridle,
Dave Sullivan, George Mullins Sr.,

Claude Bauehman, Kieanor vor vor-gis,
gis, vor-gis, Edna Balcer, Larry, Jones,
Nina Harman, Rene Feuille, Ma Mary
ry Mary Kelleher and Mary Connard,
co-hostesses, and Helen Sullivan,
guest of honor.

Mr. and Mrs. Bembenek 1
Vacationing In States
Mr. and Mrs. Ted J. Bembenek
of Cufundu left Wednesday on the
USNS "Gibbtns" with their son
Teddy and their daughters Diana
and Tessie.

.The Bembeneks will visit rela relatives
tives relatives and friends in New York and
Toledo, Ohio, and plan to return
to the Isthmus in the Fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Nard
On Vacation Trip

Mr, and Mrs. Anthony R. Nard
of Los Rios haVe left for the States
on vacation. Their plans include a
visit in Florida and a fishing trip

in Michigan.
CI Art League
Meets In Catun
The Atlantic Branch of the Can

al Zone Art League held its re-

gular meunK at the home of Mrs.

Keith J. Lane of uatun.

Plans for the opening of the art
exhibit which the League will hold

in the Red Cross Building from

July 29 to August 4 were conM

pleted and refreshments were serv

ed by the hostess.
Former Zeiuari"
Married In Nevada
Friends of the former Mrs. Ca
rol Lord of Cristobal have receiv

ed an announcement of her mar

riage in Las vegas, iNevaaa, on

June 27. to Mrs. Louis James.

The couple will make their home

In Sunnyvale, California. j
New Grandson For a
Mr. and Mrs. Custaf Tamm
1 The Marauis and Marauise Ro

meo dalla Chksa of Bangkok. Thai

land, announce tne omn oi weir

son. Uinberto. on July 14..

The niatemaj grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Gustaf Tamm of

Campo Alegre.
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JERUSALEM, Israeli Sector-

Israeli Foreien Ministry spoxes

man Moshe Lesham 0 Egyptian

seizure ot an israen seaman;

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"The Israeli delegation at the

United Nations has been instructed

to lodge a protest against the

treatment Of the sauor ana tne

shin Bircritte Toft flying the Dan

ish flag and carrying rice under

KNOXVILLK, Tenn. A weep

ing middle-aged woman to segre segregationist
gationist segregationist John Kasper after his
conviction for violating a federal
court integration order:
"No matter what. John, we still

think you're a fine boy."
NEW YORK Dr. Chaoning
Tobias, chairman of the board of
directors of the National Asson.
for the Advancement of Colored
People on the conviction of seven
segregationists at Knoxville, Tenn.
"The verdict vindicates our con

viction that many persons in east

Tennessee place obserance of law

ana order, and compliance with

the Supreme Court's anti-segrega

tion ruling above whatever racial

prejudice they may have."

MIAMI Chief Miami Wea

ther Bureau forecaster Gordon

Dunn on future huricane warn
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MAJOR AND MRS. DAVID H. SMITH who are, leaving the Isthmus soon for his new-assign-,
ment In the United States were recently 'honored at a farewell party at the Quarry Heights
Officers Club given by Mr.' and Mrs. Robert C. Walker.'
Left to tight above are: Mr.. Walker Governor Potter, Major Smith; Mrs. Potter, Mrs. Smith, f
Captain Peter Grosz, and Mrs. Grosz. Captain Grosz will succeed Major Smith as Military As Assistant
sistant Assistant to the Governor of the Canal, zone. Attending- the party were Canal officials and per,
sonal friends. ..-' t r t -.',,' ( v

House Votes To Forbicl
US Meddling In Schools

"The warning s are going to be

blunter than ever, and there'll be
no reason for anybody to say our
warnings were not sufficiently
strong to make people respond to
danger."

JERSEY CITY, N. J. Hudson

County Judge. John B.. Graf to

William Sira, 21, who appeared

oeiore aim lor a vrobatioa viola

tion wearing three-inch long side-

ourn:
"Shave your face before I see

you again." :

Chicago Chicago Daily News
reporter Edward W. Bauman,
writing of his assignment to tell

a mother her son had been killed:

"Yoa think about your job in the
asphalt plant before you became
a reporter. All you had to do then

was pull levers."

CANNELTON. Ihd. Perry Coun

ty, Ind. .Treasurer Earl C. Kleser,

34, after he confessed embezzling

1250,000:

"It has been an 'anchor around
my neck. I feel better now that

the. break has come."

WASHINGTON. July 25 (UP)

The House voted today to forbid

any form of federal Interference

in nublie school education under

tre proposed $1,500,000,000 federal

school aid program.

The amendment, approved by

voice vote, would forbid the gov

ernment to exercise any control
over local school personnel, school

books, school cunculum or school

administrative policies.

The sponsor, Rep. Jim Wright
(D-Tex), told the House that many

people have a "very real fear"

that the proposed school construe

tion bill could become a "vehicle
for federal domination of our

schools."

He said Congress should ex

pressly state in the preamble of

the bill that it "does not intend

to provide or permit federal con
trol of our schools."

The House, earlier completed
formal debate on the proposed
building program under which the
government would spend 300 mil million
lion million dollars for each of the next
five years to help the states build

schools.

But the measure was given only

a slight chance of passing the

House. Democratic supporters felt

that President Eisenhower had
given the measure its "death

blow" by telling his legislative
lieutenants that he was not en

tirely satisfied with it.

Following approval of Wright's

amendment, Rep. Erett P. Scriv Scriv-ner
ner Scriv-ner (R-Kan) proposed an entire

substitute for the p e n d i n g pro

gram.

Under Scrivner's plan, the fed

eral government would return, to

each state one per cent of all theh

federal income, individual and

corporate taxes that are paid from

that state i into the federal Treas Treasury.
ury. Treasury. This money would be' ear

marked for school use, including

construction;

Scrivner said his plan would
provide 600 million dollars a year

to the states for their schools.
'. Rep. Frank Thompson Jr. (D

NJ) said that 60 per cent of all

corporate income taxes are paid

trora JMew Jersey and Delaware
wrere the major corporations
have their central offices. He said
these two states thus would get

bo per cent oi the corporate taxes

rebated. This, he said, would be

"unfair" to other states.

The House, however,; put, of

further, considers tion off the school
bill until tomorrow.
Supporters of the bill pinned
their hopes for passage on de

feating a proposed amendment

which would deny federal funds

to states which have segregated

schools.
Rep. J. Carlton Loer fD-Tenn)

said advocates of such an amend

ment were "drawing a fine bead

on the'Soutrern states." He said

these members would prevent any

aouinern- state with segregated

schools from getting "one dime"
from the school funds.

Slar Lana Turner,
First Husband fly
To Daughter's Side

' DENVER," July' 25 (UP)-Movle
star Lana Turner and her ex-husband
No. 1 flew together yesterday

to the: bedside of their seriously
injured 14-year-old daughter.

v Cheryl Christine Crane was hurt
Sunday when she fell off a horse
while riding bareback on an Estes

Park mountain trail with two oth
er girls.

She suffered a compressed frac fracture
ture fracture of a vertebra, pelvic injuries,

possible internal injuries and mul multiple
tiple multiple bruises in her fall near Elk Elk-horn
horn Elk-horn Lodge, where she was stay staying
ing staying with her? grandmother,"' Mrs.
Mildred Turner of Beverly Hills,
Calif. .-i,y. S;;?rW -!' n
Miss Turner, who was divoreed

from her fourth husband earlier
this f week,- had planned arrive
today to join ia her daaghter's

15th birthday celebration. The visit
was to have been a surprise, v
, Broker Stenhen Crane. ChurvlV

father, joined) Miss Turner in the

trip to see their thild.
Cheryl ran away front home
three month n anwatua "mh

hated school. She was found by a

motorist wandering near Lo An

geles', skid row. t ; ....

Senator Wants
Congress To Halt
Interest-Rate Rise

WASHINGTON. July '25 rUPV-

Sen. Albert Gore (D-Tenn.) said

yesterday that Congress. must act.

'the sooner the better." to halt

the rise in interest rates under

administration policies.

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cial 'Sa-cial ni Otherwisa, 4livare
kv tt4 the Office.. Notice af
mctings cannot be accented If'
tclcphciia. j, r t
Gem end Minerals
Society Meeting
The regular monthly 'meetnU of
the Canal Zone Gem and Mineral
Society wil. be held Friday eve evening
ning evening al 7:30 hi Balboa.' ;
. i,.,Ji ,i I,' ..... a,
Airm-n's Trid Set

Tomorrov In Pay,

it was announced today.

- The public information office an announced
nounced announced Airman 1-C Bernie L.' or
mand of .Williamston, N, C, will
go on trial before a board of 10
officers .at 7:30 a.m. tomorrow.
Ormand is one of more than 20
Air i Force personnel and former
airmen charged with stealing
some $38,000 in Air Force funds.
He allegedly received $1,528 from
the conspiracy. -v.

He told the Senate that climb

Ing interest rates meant a higher

cost Of doing business and a' high

er cost of living.

"The cost of this policy, is stag

genng he said.

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njoy the lemptingflovor oncf goodrmt of 15
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semened t perfect'tonl Ira udr 94 mi
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So many kinds to enjoy..
so much snjoymsnt In each! s.
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Material For Dam

Arriving. In Egypt,
Says Radio Cairo
CAIRO, July 25, (UP Cairo
radio said today: 60,000 tons of
German and Czechoslovakian ma

terial for. the projected Aswan
high dam would reach JMexandria
on Aug. 5.- 7 v..

Cc!:n ztzro Club

II:!d$ hsklklion ;
OI Chosen Officers
' The Mocambo" Club of Colon
held its official Installation of
officers with Prof. Horace V V-Parker
Parker V-Parker of the Rainbow City Oc Occupational
cupational Occupational High School officiat officiating
ing officiating as installing master.-
' Officers Installed for the July-December
terra were: Allister

O. Mootod, Jr., president; Er Ernest
nest Ernest j. jamieson, Jr, secretary;
Albert Mootoo, treasurer; Verne

O. Richards business manager

and Clarence 'Lebert. trustee.
Parker, after installinsf the

new members of the board of

directors, gave an 'address laud laud-inn
inn laud-inn the work of the" organization;

noniM neiirada Duarte former I nmilllOll III K1 V.

member of the Municipal Coun

cil, was the guest speaker; Vhe If JLL -I- f --i A m I
also praised the club for their IVICKD2CK jCcilS2l

charitable work, l I , v ,, 1

Carlos Laiarps was master 'of,
ceremonies. Mrs.. Silvia Archi- r????'??1-!?

bold, president "Phi Delphi Stf '"1

Gamma" Club,, and 'Miss Dons fth iiV,.5
Horn,. trm rAnrawntfirf tlie martial in connection with .alleged

vn,,n l.rilP. unA rifihlltantes f"ttclv 8UVCW..1.C..1. u ue,

charitable group, kiss Esther
Stewart represented the Centra

Cultural Colonense.
Felix Gelate yepresented the

Altamira vClub Of Fanamg vuy.
Mrs. Eleonora Harwood. pres

ident of Las Amigas de Carldad

delivered her group's best wisn-

es to the new prexy ana s
stuff. Mrs. Victoria White, also
a i member of this group was

present.
Whilp Men Sought

In Brutal Dealing

01 Carolina Negro

GREENVILLE. S. C. fUP)

Sheriff J. R. Martin hoped today
to make an arrest in the brutal

heatine of a Neero man by

group of some 45 unmasked white
men Sunday night. m

Police revealed Tuesday mat tne

white men broke into the farm

home of Claude Cruell, 58, Sunday
night i while ; Cruell and is wife
were caring for the seven children

of a white neighbor 'wno nao xaxen

his wife to a hospital.:::: 1 ; T-

Martin said the men ehained

Cruell's arms and beat him with

blackjacks: and sticks." i V i:

"They said they did it because

we were taking; care Of tnese wnue
children,"; Mrs. Cruell said. But,

she added, "They didn't like it he
cause we own all this land",

The Cruells own about 100. acres

four ? miles north of Travelers'
Rest, 'S. .j...

Mrs.; CrueU said: tha attackers

forced her to ride severu miles

with them, then made her walk

hnma harafnntarf. i f

Sherwood 'Turned 5 jj,' "fathW' ef

tne seven wmu enuaren, said ne
left them with the Cruells while

V i i I 1 r. . t

ne went o visii nia nospuailiea
wife. The children range in, age

rrora iqr montns 10 12 years..
- Cruell, a deacon in Mount Airy
Baptist Church; and a prominent
Negro farmer, was hospitalized,

out is recovering from his injuries,
officers said.
Turner, a truck driver, said unon

laarnin nt tha haadna "Tk

Cruells never' bothered anybody. If

tney nad ever bothered anybody, it

wquia nave ueen ainerem."

charged pay

office

deliberately overpaid some air-

Tha Air Force

clerks in the base finance

men, who later kicked pack part
0! the overpayment being withheld
until, their trial dates are set ;
-- -.,; ;('.. I i HU ."-( ..
, At least two of the accused have
been discharged from the serv
ice.' They will probably be tried by
federal district court.
; The scandaj was revelaed last
month by State Rep. J. Sam Har Har-rell
rell Har-rell of Florence, who demanded a
federal investigation into what he
termed a "$40,000 payroll and vou voucher
cher voucher swindle" at Shaw Air Force
Base. ..

To Machine Victim

' HACKlSNSAClC, N.J.V ihily 25 -i-(UP)
-- Officials of av meat pre pre-cessing
cessing pre-cessing blant said today that US

physicians refused to respond to

emergency eausno aia a woman

employe whose hand was Jammed
to a miehine'.';fI i' jft 4

W airaAine Chathami 51. of Pal-

F l-i i 1 i . . .

iiq, was laaen ,10 lucaenaacK
Hospital yesterday with part of the

macbine, a steak. tenderiier, still
attached to her; hand. She was
treated for a braised', hand and
shock aad released.

Officials at the Ten-Da Brand

Froien Food Co. slant said they

had telephoned IS physicians to

come to the plant to give Mrs.

Chatham, emergency treatment,
but all had refused, j 'v ; r t

Theyx said they partially dis

mantled the machine. and took her

to the hospital. v : ,:t;;:

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THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1957

TBS PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE SEVEN

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Social and

- Surprise Luncheon c -'
Fer Mi Nalma Remmtl
'Miss Nelma .Rommel, whose
marriage to Mr, James Hunt of
Balboa will be solemnized -next
month," was the guest of honor at
a curorise luncheon1 and gift .show-
. er at the Tivoli Guest. House at
noon today. The luncheon table
. was decorated with white flowers
and a bride-snd-groom center
piece.,
- The euests tincludea Misses Wil-
ma Hildalgo, Mary Orr, Gloria
Sheltoa and Gloria Spears, and
.' Mesdarftes Barbara Hutchings, Bea
trice Lee, Connie Bishop, Barbara
Cunningham Nona Rhoton. Jan
Wheeler, Katherine Hummer, Fan Fannie
nie Fannie Sosa, Delia Hancock, Kathe Katherine
rine Katherine Lessiack, Sybele Koonts, Jac
kie Gilbert, -Apalee Ortiz, Anita WC WC-Keown,
Keown, WC-Keown, and Mabelle Walker.
Birthday Ferry '
,For Mii Drum i(
Miss Irene Drum wa compli complimented
mented complimented wilr. a. birthday luncheon

Negro omah's.Seyregafion
Suit Sa fe Backed, By NAACP

: MIAMI. V TtP V A "federal suit by
four Neero women to 'declare
Miami and Florida bus secrega
tion laws unconstitutional opened
today with1 testimony tnai ine
NAACP was financially, behind the
ourt'ction--'T:-'"i.:'::;.
, The Rev. Theodora Gibson,
nreairient of the Miami branch of
the NAACP,' testified that the Ne-
grD group i was paying lor an
attorney, but denied that the. or organization
ganization organization was ; behind incidents
that led to the suit. ,
The case was heard before Fed Federal
eral Federal Judge Emett C. Choata who
said last January that he would
have no hesitancy about striking
down bus segregation laws be because
cause because : thev already have been
declared unconstitutional in a ,U.Sj
Supreme Lourt ruling.
After lisetnins to three hours jot
testimony, the judge ordered at-,
rorneys 10 uio legal oneia v me
case .within 5 days' and said he
would make his decision at that
time. -.. ,-.: :
The plaintiffs, Maggie Garmon,
Eleanor f air, -Alice jacKson and
Glorida Matthews, contend bus

Fbh Fry, Dance
Al Ancon Temple
QJl2lod August 3

Thi''workuif units W Abot Aadi
'Shrine Temple are "sponsoring
"fish- iry' and dance at' the Ancon
Masonic Temple' Saturday Aug. 3.
' The feature of this event will be
VCorbina Ahou": which according
' to-H.' Vance Howard, the director,
is a specially prepared fried cor cor-bina'
bina' cor-bina' done' to golden brown and
served in f special plate. The fish
frv will commence at 7 t).m and
will be served until S when danc
ing will start' The music will be
furnished by Lucho Azcarraga with
bis dynamic organ.
Tickets which are available from
.th working units and will be $2.50
per person. Mixes and ice will be
furnished in addition to "Corbina
Abou" nd tlie dancing. This af
fair il open to all Shriners espe-j
cifiiy irom omer wmpies wiui
the United States and their Maso Masonic
nic Masonic friends. Special invitations are
extended to Shriners who are' in
the military service and nave just
arrived on the Isthmus. .
Todaf(ocanto -25 .15
.: WAH9O! S115.M
j Glri'ger Rogers in j.
i j'TEENACEJtEBEL.; h
; Oregory Peck In 5
TWtLVE O'CLOCK HIGH
Today n IDEAL HO- 10
- Joan Crawford in -'
."AUTUMN LEAVES''
Ruth Roman in .-;
- ."JOE MACBETH'. ;
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Spaohottl with Meatball ' x

by FRANCO-AMERICAN

Gtlieriufoe;

tmrnrnmCpntinUtJ
bv (her iarents. Mr. and Mrs
Frans brum. m Saturday after
noon at their home.
Sgr. and Mrs. Stewart
Announce Birth of Sen
M. Sgt and Mrs. William B.
Stewart of Quarry Heights an announce
nounce announce the oirih of Richard Kieth,
their aeconc' son, In Gorgaa Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital on July 21. Richard Kieth weigh
ed 7 lbs IVA ounces at birth..
V V i, v ), i-
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
William B. Stewart, Sr., of Dade
City, Florida, 'and Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Mader cf Eagle Butte, S.D.
Daly Bremer
Vigiting At El Volcan'
Darys'-Bremer, daughter of Mr.
nd Mrs Joseph C. Bremer of
fhiriindu Heights, is visiting Mr.
nd Mrs: Francis : Escossery at
4erm in Wl Voiron. ;
.11111'
rtaivu 1ans -to, be there about
- r 1 ml
ten nava ana wiu reiui u nume
tef this weekend.
segregation laws deny their rights
under federal law and under the
14th Amendment. -'
The city of Miami argued that
the ordinances under which the
Negroes claim their rights were
violated -were not in force.i
CityAtty. George Okell asked
the minister if the NAACP was
making any financial payment to
the plaintiffs'- attorney,;, G. E.
Graves, Jr. '
"Sure, We had to pay him, Gib Gibson
son Gibson said.c ''Nobody does anything
for nothing these days.
Florida Struggles
For (lame To Fit
;a.C ','v'"v Ls V, (r!"jVlJ 'x 'r '.w.-i-i'
Hew Universily
TALLAHASSEE (UP) -Name.
name,: who's got the name? For
the new state university l Be
built at Tamna. that is.
One thing sure, the Cabinet
hasn't. , s
The Cabinet came out of its
weekly meeting Tuesday, still un
decided. Tne memners, afler a
brief hassle on the matter,' finally
referred the problem to a com
mittee of three Cabinet and three
Board of. Control members.
The trouble all started when the
Board of Control, at recent
meeting, came tip with the name
the' Universujr or Southern Tlor-
The Cabinet threw cold water
on the suggestion, when Gov. Le
Roy Collins pointed out that it
might be confused with Florida
Southern College, which, ia in the
area. .. - v;---".. ..
The board took the, matter uo
gain and mulled over a list of
to names sent ia by. interested
people. ; When the meeting ended,
the- board decided, to stick by its
original suggestion, .
inis oian t piease tne (janinet
at all. So it named the committee
to figure out a name. J ...
Members : were generally ln
favor of F 1 0 r i d a Southwestern
University, but it was pointed out
that the' initials might easily be
confused with those of Florida
State University. 1
DRIVE-IN"
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73$J&zSpike Jones Reforirrs Band

U AlV :
2t4u Valuta Utt
1090 Ken., Colon
Telephones! 1-3061 Panama
mr-'l 1063 Colo"
,v presents ;
Today,: Thursday, July 2S
Pjmu ) : k -4:00
Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re.
quests ten by pnunr

till 3:0U) a pistol shot on an & flat cue. But
5:30 News 'the way things are going" I sus-
5:35 Wbafa Your F a P r I tt pect that duck will obn be ex-

(cont'd!
:00 Interlude
:1a BLUK KIBBON SPOR'
v. ; REVIEW Pabst Beer
6:30 Your Dancing Party ;
7:00 Goon show
7:30 Musicland USA
6:00 Proudly We Hail
8:30 Take It From Here : i
9:00 You Asked For It
(re-
. quests taken by, phone
. tlU 7:30)
10:30 Music From Hotel El pan
ama
lO:45p-Temple OI Dreams ...
ll:00J-Concert under Tne stars
12:00 Sign Off. s-.. :
Tomorow, Friday, July M.
AJM.
:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken
by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Mornins Salon Concert H
:15 Church In The Wildwood
b:ju vMusicai neveiue ,
9:00 Newi
9:15 sacred Heart
9:30 As I See It-
1Q:00-JENNIFER'S JOU R N AL
(Cutex and Odoronot
10:05 Spins ; and 4, Needles (re.
. quests taken by
phone til 8:30)
11:00 News
11:05 Spins And (liedlti
' ? (cont'd)
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 News
F.M.
12:05 Luncheon Music
12;15 M EL ACH RINO MUSI
CAL :
12:30 Musical Travelog
I:00l-New8 7
1:15 Music Of Manhattan ..
1;30 Son Of The Pioneers l l-1:45
1:45 l-1:45 Songs of France
2:00 Tex Beneke show
,2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 The Virginians
S:00 Hank Snow And Qlaj
. Rainbow Ranch Boys
S:15-fiammy Kaye show
3:30 Music For Friday -4:00
Peaturo Review

4:30 What's Your Favorite (re. "TELEVISION audiences like
?uests taken by phone old favorites and we're playing
ill 2:00) v v them They like to hear the me me-;30
;30 me-;30 News v., lody.,A midget.eoming out of a
i:35.What's Tour F a f e r 1 1 s .aoeant mean anything
. (cont'd) 1 to them because they ve seen it
:O0-Interlude before. Breaking up a plan 0
:15 BLUB RTRTtntf mvrwm doesn't mean anything to them be-

m.mr v... nni- 1
!'!?-r?ut. Dancing Party
e:46 interlude ,j
7 :00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report From UA
S:00 Elizabethan Theater
S:30 Hancock'a Half Hour
9:00 You Asked For It (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
- till 7:30)
I0:30U;aU AIT Fbrces (BBC)
ii:ou jan Tul MJanlgot
it vv cign on. ;
rive It YourselP
Scheme Backfires
"MINEOLA. N.Y.. Julr ss rTTPi
Commuter Louis Scheele, 18, eon-1
mama w pouce yesterday he had
concocted a novel driv-ft.vninif I
scheme. He said he steals cars to I
drive home when lie misses his
train. .r-:r.,V I
ScheelSiWas charged with grand
larceny,.
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Kerumisnes nis wararoae

By ERSKINE JOHNSON
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood on TV Until a belter de description
scription description comes along, let's call
it Sauterne music. That's a blend,
lady, of : Lawrence Welk's cham champagne
pagne champagne music and Spike Jones' one
time musical notes-on-the rocks.
The fellow playing Savrerne
music to bigger and bigger au au-dienox
dienox au-dienox thes Tuesday evenings
on CBS-TV i that onetime luna
tic amuck in the old auto horn
and cowbtli jungle, Spike Join.
; Ua f J M rtAvtwiiia htmenlf en A
caslonai duck, brought down by
changed fcr a white breated,
black coated penguin.
Not that Spike Jones is. going
formal and changing his name to
Spikeindale or Guy Lonbardo or
anything like that. But he has
changed his music from sour to
suspense.
Tho City Slickers now are "The
Band That Plays for Fun."

" at playing. music as the compos-1 mS. mn wK wK-V
V wK-V than at niiHina thai I gu6st stars and Helen warbling
B: fh2 8 their have replaced Spike's old boiler-

Nine new members are 1 better
Also amonf the 4 missing Is
soike's 45.000 collection of '14
plaid suits. Spike's a regular man
of distinction on camera ui per-
fectly tailored havy blue cash
mere. There may be protest riots
Spike's' so serious about shelving
the musical clown title, at least
for TV, that he even burned one
of his cross-barred suits for me.
JUST TP PROVf I'm not kid-
dine." he said, as $350 worth of
plaid flannel went up in smoke o-
ver a grm m tne dbck yara oi
his Beverly Hills home.
Spike's sound reasoning is be
hind it all. 7
"You fust can't sheet up the
placo very night," he told me.
In th aarlv Hav nf TV. Snilfo
led his musical wrecking crew to
the TV cameras and darn- near
wrecked some beautiful new TV
sound stages The audience was
a wreck, too. Spike's brand of mu musical
sical musical mayhem was just too much
as a steady diet for peaceful liv
ing rooms.
So now he's back as a reformed
musical gangster witn an AA card
Always Amiable to prove it.
As Spike explains:
ici iasis novo cuaugeu. oumc
of the ton tunes are so offbeat
these days we can't make them
any funnier. Like 'Little, Darlin'

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even try."
- Like Lawrence Wtlkf, i Spike
nas nirtd musicians who r al
'rj persons litlot. -',
"Today's TV audiences," he
says, "would rather look at mu-sician-entertaipers
than at close-
ups of Mnusical instruments."
bplke s sweet -to-sultry voiced
singer, Helen Grayco, is his an
swer to "Do You Trust Your
Wife?" the quiz show he -replaced.
Helen is Mrs. Spike, and
hd's i been trusting her with the
vocal chores for an' obvious rea
son, bhe terrific as well as easy
on me eyes.
BILLY BARTY. th. mldoat.
ixeorge hoc and 1 the other old
uty siicKer favorites clown in
light comedy on the show, every
room ,: souna effects, cross-eyed
dolls plucking feathers out. of
harps and gum chewing to the
off-key strains of Beethoven.
Spike's album-making is some
thing else again. He's sticking to
type in tnat (lepartment with a
new oh titled, "Dinner Music for
People Who Aren't Very Hungry."
Congressman Tells
Why He Opposed
Vel-Properly Bill
WASHINGTON, July 25 (UP)
Rep. H. Carl Andresen (R-Mmn.)
said today he was "shocked" by
reports that he opposed a veterans
bill on the House floor recently be because
cause because he had a financial interest
in it.
Andresen eaid he had never
made a secret of his position on
the measure. .
The bill Would end distribution
of federal pension-built estates of
mentally-ili veterans among rel
atives more distant than parents,
wives or children. Instead the
money would go back to the gov-
enrment. v..
Andresen said fie told at least
30 House members that he was
the guardian of his mentally in
competent brother, a World War
I veteran who has been in a Vet Veterans
erans Veterans Administration hospital at
St. Cloud, Minn., since 1924.
In a speech prepared for House
delivery, Andresen said he oppos opposed
ed opposed the bill "on its merits" and
would continue to do so.
Inherit, from his brother's estate
would bo about $650.
He said, he had been informed
that "a member of Congress had
brought to the attention of several
members Of tne press corps tne
fact that my brother was involved
in the consideration of the bill
and suggesting that they make a
story out of it."
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( CLEVELAND, Ohio (UP)-Authorities
, determined today that
Mrs." Eleanor Maibauer, H, and
her son, Edward, 49, had lived
for the past two months in a mau
solemn at the Monroe Street cent
eterv hpre.
.Maibauer had been' committed
to Cleveland ; state hospital for
mental treatment. He was. re
leased on a weekend pass, and
visited his wirinwori tnnthor.
She determined then that he
should not return, to the hospital
She concluded the cemeterv would
be a good hiding place for the two
oi tnem. v v
The widow admitted she slept
in the entrance corridor of the
vault. Her son aleDt on a blanket
oetween two nearby, graves.
xnr lumitureof- the "home"
consists of a broken chair and
paper bag "cupboard" for food
storage. But it. held only empty
food cartons when officials inves
tigated, i
Near the eravevard fence thev
found a Pile of stones on which
uw mother cooked meals for her
son "a good boy who : wouldn't
nam anyone.", ; u
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.Monthly relief checks whi,
came to Mrs. Maibauer at her
home were, cancelled .when she
moved into the cemetery vault.
The graveyard caretaker said
he had seen the couple in the day
time, but didn't know they inhab
rted the place at night.
"Ail my Deo Die are buried
here, Mrs. juaibauer explained.
"That is why I am here so much.
mis is where we belong," ;,;.
Standout DeMolay;
To Get Chevalier
Degree On Saturday
The Chevalier decree of the Or
der of DeMoJay will be conferred
on Barry; Lord Davison, Robert
Waters McSparr an and Leslie Wy Wy-att
att Wy-att Croft. Jr., Saturday at 7 p.m;
ai ine omen, juoage in uaiun, ac according
cording according to an announcement by
Thomas L. Sellers, acting deputy
of .the International Supreme
Council of the order.
The citation is for outstanding
and marked DeMolay activity and
labor, and is awarded by the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Council at its regular ses sessions
sions sessions on nominations by the local
chapter's advisory council' to the
active member or deputy in each
jurisdiction. -
Friends of the recipient are in invited
vited invited to attend and- all DeMolay
on the Isthmur are welcome to
witness the eeremony.
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Speedballer Hurls 3-1
Win To Keep ML Race

In Five-Team

By FRED DOWN v
NEW YORK, July 25 (UP) Jack Sanford, who
mide it the hard way in contrast to so many of the
National League's highly-publicized pitching prodi prodigies,
gies, prodigies, seems sure today to top 'em all by becoming the
first rookie to win 20 games for the Philadelphia

Phillies in 46 years.
" The Phillies haven't1 had a roo rookie'
kie' rookie' win 20 games since Grover
! Cleveland Alexander did it in 1911
but the 27-year old speedballer
frdm Wellesley, Mass., raised his
record to 13-3 last night with a 3-1
1 victory over the Milwaukee Braves.
The win braked a three-game Phil-
' ly losing streak and helped keep
' the.' National League Pennant Way
in a five-team snarl.
The St. Loui Cardinals mov mov-d'
d' mov-d' to within am and a half
. ofthe first-plaet Braves whin
Larry Jackson shut our m
Brooklyn Dodgers, 3-0, end the
Cincinnati Redlegs wert only two
tames frowi the top after Joe
' Nuxhall downed tho Pittsburgh
Pit-etes, 2-0 The Chicago Cobs
shaded th New Yrk Giants,
2-t in the other National League
Billy Pierce scored his 14th Vic-
tory as tne unscago wnue ooa mf;
- the American League race alive
...ltd 7.5 win over the New York
Yankees while the third-placeBos-
ton Red sox Kept moving ai
pace with a 6-5 decision over the
Kansas City Athletics. The De Detroit
troit Detroit Tigers whipped the Baltimore
Orioles. 5-1, and the Washington
Senators scored a 5-4 victory af after
ter after losing to the Cleveland Indians,
Senators scored a 5-4 victory after-losing
to the Cleveland Indians,
4-3. in other A. L. activity.
Sanford. who took 10 years to
reach the majors, struck out
eight Braves to raise his league league-leadinp
leadinp league-leadinp totai to 124. He leads the
circuit in wins and has hurled 10
complete games a total topped
only by Don Neweombe and Ru Ruben
ben Ruben Gomez. He's pitched two shut shutouts
outs shutouts and limited the opposition to
' one or two run in six other games.
In addition to his pitching, San Sanford
ford Sanford delivered the game winning
blow Hast night when he doubled
home Willie Jones in the seventh
inning. He yielded the Braves' run
in the bottom of the frame when
Wes Covington homered.
Jackson turned in his 11th win
for the Cardinais.with a nifty three three-hitter,
hitter, three-hitter, striking out eight and walk walking
ing walking two. Del Ennis doubled home
.the Cardinals' first run and Al
Dark scored the other runs after
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Struggle

ed his third defeat for the defend defending
ing defending N.L. champions.
Nuxhall, an early-season disap
pointment, pitched an eight-hitter
ior the Redlegs who scored Dotn
their runs against Bob friend in
the third inn;ng on singles by
Johnny Temple. Gus Bell and
Frank Robn.suc plus an error by
outfielder Bob Clemente. The loss
was f riend's 13th against seven
wins.
Don Elston's seven-hitter enabled
the Cubs to beat the Giants for
the secon. straight game and hand
ed Johnny Antonelii his 10th set
back. Jim Bolger's fifth-inning sa
crifice fly brought in the decisive
run.
Pitrcii remained the majors'
biggest winner with a seven-hit-tor
as the White Sox cut tho Yen Yen-kees'
kees' Yen-kees' first-place lean to 4'j game
with the heir of four straight hits
by Luis Aparicio. The Whito Sox
kayoed Yank ace Whitty Ford
in 2 1-3 innings and went on to
pound out 13 hits.
Tom Brewer beat the Athletics
for the 14th straight time in his
career and won his 12th game of
the year when the Red Sox scor
ed six runs in the fourth inning.
Sam White delivered a two run
single in the big inning and four
other players knocked in one Tun
each for the Red Sox. Paul Foy-
tack beat the Orioles for the fifth
time this year as the Tigers pound pounded
ed pounded out 13 hits including three by
Charley Maxwell and two each by
Al Kaline, Frank House and t rank
Boiling. Ex-Brooklyn fireballer Bil Billy
ly Billy Loes suffered his fifth defeat for
Baltimore.
Lew Berberet s two-run ninth in inning
ning inning homer gave Washington's
Chuck Stobbs his third win of the
year over Cleveland after the In Indians
dians Indians combined three singles and
two sacrifice flies to score two
ninth-inning runs and win the o-
pener. Berberet's hit dealt 13-game
winner Early Wynn his 11th defeat.
LITTLE AND LONG
University Park, Pa. (NEA)
Johnny Felus, the smallest man on
the Penn State golf team, set a new
competitive course record with a
65 against Colgate on the Univer
sity's 6,055 yard layout.

Elks Basketball

Standings
Boilermaker
The Dons
Wen Lost
6 2
4 4
3 5
Diplomats
Dukes
3 S
THURSDAY'S GAMES:
. 6:00 p.m. Biolermakers vs The
' Dons t
7.00 p.m. Dukes vs Diplomats
In the first game the Diplomats
handed The Dons a 50-40 set back.
The Diplomat continued to dis
play their ability to perform as i
team and thus were able to beat
the second place. Dons. It was a
good night for the Diplomats as
the majority of the team bit, well.
ieauing me Diplomats in scor
ing was Solly Toussieh with 14
points George Barbier followed
with 12 points. Again for 'the Dons
both Raul Barbara and Al Nah-
mad led in scoring with 16 and 14
points respectively.
In the second .game oft he eve
ning the Ddkes' beat the league
leading Boilermakers by a score
of 50-43. The Dukes are now start
ing to pull together and if they
continue the other teams had bet
ter be on theft toes.
Lein Kirkland again hit for ov
er hall of his teams points' rack
ing up 22 points but this wasn't
enough. For the Dukes both Tom
Cunnineham and Gary Alexander
teamed up and scored 17 points a
piece.
The standings:
(First Game)
THE DONS
PLAYER FGFTPFTOT
Barbara 8 0 2
Nahmad 5 4 4
Morris 4 0 0
Libert 0 0 0
Engleke 10 0
16
14
8
0
2
TOTALS
18 4 6 40
DIPLOMATS
FG FT PF TOT
PLAYER
Barbier
Caldwell
Toussieh
McCullough
Trimble
Thompson
Price
TOTALS
6
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7
4
4
2
0
12
0'
14
10
8
6'
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23 4 4 50
Game)
FG FT PF TOT
(Second
PLAYER
Kirkland
10
2
1
3
2
1
24
4
2
7
4
2
43
Cose a
Cunningham
E.
Folse
Hatcher
Blevins
TOTALS
19 5
DUKES
FG FT PF TOT
PLAYER
Cunningham
Alexander
Stewart
Carroll
Dumbrowsky
Pajak
TOTALS
8
7
0
3
1
3
22
17
17
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7
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Scorers t
TEAM
G.P. T.P.
Barbara, Dons
Kirkland. Boilermakers
161
160
109
95
87
84
Nahmad, Don
Alexander, Dukes
Cunningham, Duket
Barbier, Diplomats
Major League
Leaders
LEADING BATTERS
(Based en 225 official at bets)
National League
P and C G AB R H Pet.
Aaron, Mil. 90 376 71 130 .346
Musiai, St. Louis 90 354 57 121 .342
Groat. Pitt. 67 272 32 92 .338
Fondy, Pitt. 80 323 40 106 J28
Mays, N.Y. 91 341 66 108 .317
Thomas, Pitt. 92 373 48 118 .316
Shoendienst. MIL 90 389 51 122 .311
Moryn, Chicago 87 326 45 101 .310
Crowe, Cinci. 80 308 53 95 J08
Hodges, Bkn. 87 337 50 103 .306
American League
Mantle, N. Y. 91 301 87 .109 .362
Williams, Boston 85 286 65 103 460
Boyd, Bait 89 297 50 98 .330
Fox, Chicago 91 353 57 J16 .329
Skowron. N. Y. 80 298 45 98 .329
McDougald, N.Y. 82 314 57 99. 315
Minoso, Chicago 92 347 51 106 J05
Lemon, Wash. 91 349 45 106 J04
Malzone. Boston 91 371 39 112 .302
Lepex, K. C 79 235 32 71 J0J
HOME RUNS
National League
Aaron, Braves
Snider, Dodgers
Crowe, Redlegs
Musiai, Cards
Banks, Cubs
American League
Williams, Red Sox
Mantle, Yanks
29
24
23
21
20
27
26
23
19
Sievers, Senators
MsxwelL ligers
Coll vi to, Indians
17
17
ZerniaL Athletics
RUNS BATTED IN
Aaron, Brsves
Musiai, Cards
T8
74
Crowe, Redlegs
69
5
59
Enms, Cards
Hoak, Redlegs
America' League
Mantle, Yank
69
7
7
2
60
60
Pet.
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Sievers, Senators
Skowron, Yanks
Wert, Indians
Jensen, Red Sox
Maxwell, Tigers
PITCHING W L
(Based en 9 decisions)
Schmidt, Cards 1
ShaBtz, Yanks t 2
Sanford, Phils 13 3
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PANAMA CANAL ZONE TEENER ALL-STARS (First row, left to right) Doug as jjhassinv
Jerry DeTore, Chico Martin, Dick Vinas; (second row, 1 to. r), joe Garc.ia, Eddie Gorrigan,,
George Cotton, Keith Kulig," Brian Lutz; (back row, 1 to r) M. de la Pefta, Mgr., Gary Ness,:
Jeff Kline, Carlos Kiamco and Henry Lut?, coach. Members of the teamnot present when
this Picture was taken.are Johnny Morris, Frarik Ammirati and Richie Scott.' These, boys will
m7et the team in New York. A gala send-off was given the team yesterday when they ?
Warded thTcristobal en route to the national tournament at Hershey, pa. A huge banner
strunl above the gangplank wished them toh voyage and good luck Panamahati were dis distributed
tributed distributed to the boys which they donned ior pictures on the gangplank ; as they embarked.,
ThSe' hats wlU be given to members of the New York Yankees whom the boys will meet
SsonX oHuly 30 upon arrival in New York. An Army band from Jt Davis serenaded

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Pro Football I'D domed' Unless

It Gets Anti-Trust

By TOM NELSON
WASHINGTON (UP! The czar
of professional football said today
the sport may be "doomed" un unless
less unless Congress acts to exempt some
of its key features from anti-trust
laws.
Bert Bell commissioner of the
National Football League, pro proposed
posed proposed a four-point plan of exemp

83-Year-Old Sunny Jim Says
He May Have to Wait 'til 59
For Promising Stakes Horses

By OSCAR FRALEY
OCEANPORT, N.J. (UP)-The
man said he didn't have any
stakes horses which looked prom
ising for next yesr and ne o proD proD-ably
ably proD-ably have to wait until 1959.
What's so startling about that?
Well, the man was "Sunny Jim"
Fitzsimmons snd he wss talking
on his 83rd birthdsy.
Don't bet against him, in the
matter of hours or horses, either,
because "Mister Fits" bss been
chuckling at the calendar for lo
these many years.
.His 83rd birthday was obserbed
Tuesday at a party at Monmouth
Race Track which he requested
be "restrained in size."
"Not Good Shipper
' "I'm not a good shipper, any
more," he grinned, using a race
track expression to soften the re request
quest request th a not too many people
pump his band and pound u
bowed shoulders.
The forward bend to ws body
is "Sunny Jim's" only concession
to the years. His eyes are bright
and his grin Is ever present. He
still gets to the track in the
dawning to supervise the work workouts
outs workouts of his chargers snd his word
is still the law around bis barn.
He's bad a lot of great horses,

4,000 Georgians Acclaim

Olympic Champion With
Tete Rademacher Day'

roi TTMBUS. Gs. (UP) Amid
.k. .kMn of 4.000 fellow Geor-
gisns, a 28-year-old Olympic boxing
star Tuesday acknowledged "Pete
Rademacher Day here; pro proclaimed
claimed proclaimed ia his honor by both Co v.
Marvia Griffie and Columbus Msy-
or B.F. Register.. v
I nope that I am able te bring
back to Cekimbas the heavyweight
chssopionship of the world," Pete
Rademacher told the crowd.
Moments before, former heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight chsmpioa Rocky Msrciano
said the state would be "prood"
of Rademaener on tne nignt ec
Acs. 22. when he takes on ue
current -titlebolder. Floyd Fetter-
son. It will be his first profes professional
sional professional CghL
The day eras a loaf one for
Bedem acker as hundreds of lu-
tors. Including dignitaries from
around the state, invaded his train-

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Dana a iuuuu vi oio,
as
a pleasant and
tion from a Supreme Court edict
subjecting pro football to anti-trust
regulation.
Bell said in testimony prepared
for delivery to a HoHise anti-trust
subcommittee that the Feb. 25
court ruling jeopardizes "the four
essentials which in our judgement
are necessary to the continuance
of nrnfessional football as it is
conducted today:" The player
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has "Mr. FitzJ' Two of them,
Gallant Fox and Omaha, won the
coveted triple crown which in includes
cludes includes the Kentucky Derby, Preak Preak-ness
ness Preak-ness and Belmont Stakes. It was
he who saddled such recent greats
as Nashua and Bold Ruler.
One of his brightest memories
is of that day in 1955 when he
sent Nashua out in a match race
at Chicago against Swaps. Nashua
had been beaten by Swaps in the
Derby and, in agreeing to the
special race in which Nashua won
easily, "Sunny Jim" was living
up to his credo:
"There's only one way to de decide
cide decide who's best and that's to
have 'em run against each other."
His- Biggest Thrill
That wasn't his biggest kick,
though, he admitted.
"The greatest was by first win winner
ner winner as a jockey, at the old Glou Gloucester
cester Gloucester Track in New Jersey," he
recalled "I rode a horse named
Crispy and won by a sixteenth
of a mile but I was so eager I
was. still whipping him when we
crossed the finish line."
. He has a pair" of two-year-old
stakes." But the veteran who sad sad-flt
flt sad-flt more winners in 1954, when
he was 80, than he ever had be
far isn't too optimistic.
"1 micht." he twinkled. "have
to: wait until the year after next'
ing grounds to wish him luck, i
The retired heavyweight cham champion
pion champion watched the young star spar
a few rounds at. his Lake Houston
training camp.
"Rademacher .. looks and cts i
like a pro ia the ring now," j
Msrciano said. "He is aggressive, i
more settled, sad looks like he
knows what he's doing. Two years :
agov when I first saw him, he
looked like an amateur." v
Msrciano declined to ommeat
on the 28-year-old cbailengers
prospect for besting Patterson, but
stoutly denied the "thousand to
one" chance statement attributed
to him ia Birmingham. --.!
- "Rademacher has the power,
Marciane said. "His hooks pack,
quite a punch. I hke a style like
Pete has that of throwing a right
to the head and then to the body.
No amateur ever-does that"

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It
the ship lert
the dock. Best'
fruitful trip.
ion
'draft" system ; The reserve
clause: The commissioner's pow powers
ers powers to govern the game; and ter territorial
ritorial territorial rights of teams. ,;
He asked Congress to passi a
law exempting the four from, anti antitrust
trust antitrust regulation.
"If any of these should now be
held by the courts to be an un unreasonable
reasonable unreasonable restraint of trade, or organized,
ganized, organized, professional football, the
highly f jfcotnpeitynr and colorful
sport thpt we know today, would
come to, an end," Bell said.
"It would inevitably revert to
its former1 state when four top
clubs won most of the games and
the public refused to support the
poor teams which were unable to
acquire good players, irrespective
of offers of larger salaries.":
Bell was the initial witness as
the subcommittee turned from
professional baseball to football.
Fight Results
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St. Louis,
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
New York i.
Pittsburgh
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New .York at Chicago
Philadelphia at Milwaukee
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati N)
Brooklyn at St. Louis (N)
; Yesterday's Results
New York 000 001 0001
Chicago 010 010 OOx 2
7,0
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a n d
. i Antonelii 9-10), Grissom
Westrum.
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Friend (7'13 and Peterson,
Nuxhall (5-6) apd Burgess.
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Milwaukee 000 000 1001 5 1
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and
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Clayton, Marlboro-
Basketball Game
In Colon Tonight
The strong Fort Clayton Cav Cavaliers
aliers Cavaliers will meet the well bal
anced Marlboro quintet of the J
night In a benefit game at the'
Colon Arena. A preliminary
contest, 'Which Is scheduled to
precede the main event, will
get underway at 7 p.m.
Marlboro will be out to a a-venre
venre a-venre an 88-58 trouncing at
the hands of the Cavaliers re recently
cently recently at Reeders Gym in Fort
Clayton. The Cavaliers are un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten In three games with
Panama League teams.
1 The game is sponsored by
the Mocambo Club of Colon as
part of its annua) Polio Fund
drive.
The Colon Arena gates and
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Boston 49 43 .533
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BURLINGTON, Vt. July 25 (UPr
Bill Svobede, Cart, and .lineback .linebacker
er .linebacker for the New York Giants, will
be out of action for an undetermin undetermined
ed undetermined period because of torn -back
ligaments, joining rookie tackle Ed
Hayes of Southern Methodist on
the sidelines. Hayes suffered a
dislocated shoulder as the Giants
warmed up for the All-Star Game
Aug. 9.
WASHINGTON, (UP)- The sign sign-ed
ed sign-ed 1957 contract of Roy Barni ar arrived
rived arrived at the Washington Redskins
office Tuesday posthumously. Bar
ni was fatally wounded Sunday
night while trying to stop a dis
pute between two patrons or nis.
San Francisco tavern.
The envelope containing the con
tract was postmarked San, Fran
cisco 8 p.m. Sunday three nours
before the mishap.
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THURSDAY, JULY 85, 1857 jL 1 i f
, '"THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER -'
' PAGE NINa"
Marciano vSquashei- Gomebaclc Reports By Saying He's Througliillith Ring

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'DOUBLE KNOCKOUT? Dick Sullivan, left, and perry Gann
land a pair ot solid blows as the Fort Kobbe. Summer, Recrea Recreation
tion Recreation begin its annual boxing classes.. 'i Helping with the pro program
gram program are, on thenar left, 8p3 Tom Hersey of Headquarters &
Headquarters Company, 20th Infantry, and SP3 Ed-Gonzalez;
right rear, of the 551st Engineer Company. (U.S. Army Photo),

By JOE KING
v -.-

PHILADELPHIA Naturally it Is Impossible for any expert
to believe that the Phils are in the NX. pennant race, despite
the purely statistical evidence on their behalf in the club stanC
inn. There isafter all. such a thin as the done, and the Phils

don't have any.
Robin Roberts is in his worsV season. Willie Jones, Richie
Ashburn, Gran Hamner and Stan Lopata ate hitting a ton be below
low below par. Lopata also has been ailing for two weeks. The Phils

are arouna ana aoout ;ne ceiiar in nomers, errors ana double
plays, and how do they lind Pullman space for all those guys
nobody ever heard of?
At, this point In a bewildered rundown; Roy Hamey blasted:
"That's what Bragan says a lot of fellows he never heard of.
He had better find out about these fellows.'- T r
Bob Bragan is the puckish Pittsburgh manager who needles
-v the league brass, and Hamey, Phils general manager, was needled.

J) However, the two obviously refer, to the same Ifcllows. "What
-"Every time I look up some Wefts' lomV'somelhlng greaVior
ua," said Hamey, possibly to explain the-lack of the dope. What

He rumbled on: "I don't recall any situation In pro sports
with so many rookies breaking in so well at the same time." What
rookies?
"We didn't even have a second baseman or shortstop when
we went to camp," Roy continued. "Then the doctors said Ham Hamner
ner Hamner could play, and we got Fernandez from the Dodgers and he
is a tremendous asset."
Chlco Fernandez played 34 games at short for Brooklyn, but
he will do as a rookie, who else?

Take-Charge Catcher
"Dont forget Haddlx and Simmons.are going great,'; Hamey
warned, '"and Hearn and Hacker both -helped If you want to

laix about nas-peen or whatever you cau -em." no, tnanEs

roowes, pieasei

v By OSCAR FR.ALBY

DAYTON, Ohio (UP.) Former
heavyweight championHocky Mar-

cuno. firm decision evident in ms

voice and his steadfast brown
eyes, answered persistent reports
that he. might make a comeback

by declaring today he was "bd

lutelv finished with the ring. ; v

."Tbey couldn't print enough

money to make me tight again,'

vowed the surnnsingly fit man

who retired undefeated in April of

1956. ""Believe me, once and for

all. I'm done."

He sale it In a way which made

you believe him despite estimates
that ho could get the. lion's share
of a potential three million dollar

Kate lor meeting current neavy

weight : champion Floyd Patter

son.1 V-:'-,,.'.;:-
v He's Losing Weight

"If a laugh" said the1 Rock,

who visited Cayton to attend the

fua sou cnamoionsniD. ru i

take a walk or wear a turtle neck

sweater or step into the gym .to

try to knock off some weight,
right away .; everybody starts in

sisting I'm getting ready for a

comeback. Weuyi'm hdf,'y iv,'
Marciamr has .a simple explana

tion why be has of -later gone

back into the gym ballooning
weight. i
"I was up to 225 pounds," he

grinned. "Boy, I was getting so

fat I couldn't bend over to tie my

shoelaces. So I went to a gym in

Miami Beach, where I'm living

now, and took off 10 pounds. I'm
down to 215 pounds, now and feel

real cood.'

The last time ht (ought, wnen

he knocked out Archie Moore in
September of 1955, he weighed

188 1-4 pounds. Right now, except

for the smoicion of a spare tire

. .. ... ...

in the belt area, ne iooks uc ana

hard.

Playing Coif Now
"I'm claying a lot of golf now,"

he said in his fast, clipped manner

of speaking. "Understand, I'm not

much good ana i jeei nappy wnen
I break a hundred. But I feel like
my game getting better."

And any ngnung ne aoes irom

now on. he vowed, wiu oe strictly

of the fairway variety.

"Anybody who hai tried to come

back just hasn't had the same

feeling and, the recordi show,
very little success," he analyzed.
"I haven't talked to Ray Robinson
about it, but I'd like to know how
he felt'
Marciano has under considera consideration
tion consideration "three or four big offers after
listening to a zillion.' Within two
months he expects to have some something
thing something hew going for him.
"But I'll say it again," he con concluded,
cluded, concluded, "it won't be boxing."

t By BEANS RIARDON -J
Written for NBA Service
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'QULSTION: With one out and

the bases loaded, the batter lini

a nit into deep left center field. The

runners iroin tnjrd and second ba

ses score. The runner Irom first

base tries to tome around, but he

is thrown out at the date: The bat-

ler reacnes tnira oase on the play

at me piate. nut Uie lirst baseman

cans for the ball, claiming the bat'

ten didn't touch the base. He steps
on the base and appeals to the um umpire,
pire, umpire, who callst he. batter out. This

retires the side. Does this have an

thing to do with the two runs which

scored? Patricia Myden.

Answer! Nu'ruhe count htcauia

tho third out Of tho inning did net

roacn first Base safery, ; ;

Where did- Sam Crawford.- the

famous old Detroit sluceer. set the

. "T ' :''S"i

A. Crawford was the hardest hit.

ting Harbor aver to coma out of

waitoo. Neb.

Reds Could Settle Everything In Hurry
If Speech-Making Counted As Base Hits

Along The Fairways

Amador Woman's Golf
Association

Puttinavwas no obiect for the

thirteen ladies that played id the

xee to ureen Tournament at the

Ft. Amador Gulf Cldb on Julv 18th.

The tournament was slaved with

one half handicap and Ruth Lin

coln carded a 41 to win low net

for the day. irma Mullarkey's 45

gave uer the second place soot.

Alice French was third with a 47.

Katv call won W cross for the

day with an 80 and Marge Sewell

won tne putting ball with 29 putts.
Irma Mullarkev has been one

of our most faithful members and

she has been playing some very
nice golf lately so it is with deep

regret that we must say good-bye

to ner. irma leaves tor the states
tomorrow.

By JIMMY BRISLIN

NBA Staff Correspondent

' NEW YORK (NEA) Column

after column of quoted reports to

the contrary, the usual coherence
between a baseball player and an

'Outsider -goes close to tius:,; j

. QUESTION; What kind of a pitch

diw you hit? : '
BALLPLAYER: A good pitch.

Q:; How is that muscle injury co

ma -aiong? y t':
Bt lt'hurts !,',4:.v" v.!:,'
Q: Would you care to ....
! Bi How much do I got?
Q":, I didn't .'mean,, that,: what
meant to say is.... A

; B: Uh huh. See you. Cot to take

a snowo. .

.Because of this.- the Cincinnati

club, should he 'given a ruutzer

prize for contributions to journal
ism. The Reds talk, talk, talk.

You start with Birdie Tebbetts

He'll be up in his hotel suite and

can be counted on to give a com

plete digest of the week's doings

"your -pitching; it nasn't been

too good," somebody began.

Sports Briefs

HELLEFORS. Sweden (UPr

Rinn iBabka of Southern California
won the discus throw and the shot

put Tuesday during an internation

al track ana field meet in which

American athletes. won all five

events.

GREENWOOD LAKE. N.Y.

(UP) Heavyweight champion
Floyd Patterson, training for his

title defense against Tommy Hur
ricane Jackson in the Polo
Groundf in New York. July 29.

has been pronounced in "excellent

physical condition" by Dr Alex

ander, Schiff of, the New York

State ,Athletic -Commission.

Wqrmr"iTWMa Wftmmammk wmllmlMmmmmm', Jm"tL('
I-r;, ..... m ? i vf!
. 4 v I wits.

:'.

Birdie Tebbetts Raul Sanches Smokey Biunreas

Ed Bailey

"No, I disagree," he cut in. "My
pitchers are more sinned against

than sinners. Our hitting averages

look good, but- actually we're not

hitting, we gave our pitchers two
runs or less and averaged only five

hits in 12 straight games.

"My pitchers are fine," Birdie

insisted, making sure the message

he goes out rf his way to build up

his pitchers was clearly across.

'Every club in the league has

fine pitching," he went on. "I said

during the spring that toe Phillies

would pc a iactor.

Birdie gave a run-down of Na

tional League play for the week a

at the talk's end seemed satis

fied he had provided a story.

Downstairs in a coffee shop, Ed-

far Bailey of Strawberry Plain,
enn., was giving an order of ham

and eggs a going over between
testing nearby eardrums.
"Fount; a steak place last night,"
the catcher said, "they give me
one 'bout this thick I'm not kid

ding you, it was big enough to
jump off the plate and start bawl bawling.
ing. bawling. "You know, I've stolen four out
of five bases this year and I've
thrown out' Willie Mays two out vt
three times. I tell Willie every tinie
he comes to bat, 'Why bother get get-tin
tin get-tin on, Willie. I'm just eonna have

to throw you out. And when I get

on Dase l use some of his tricks.
I just leave a little earlv. Like I

did against Vinegar Bend Mizell.

He was still holding the ball while,,
1 was touring to second."
Bailey finished his food and walk walked
ed walked up to the lobby; continuing his Z
discussion.
He wanted to excuse himself for i
a moment, so he grabbed Smoky Smoky-a
a Smoky-a few thousand words, Smoky, !
he urged.
: Burgess, the acknowledged talk-:
Ins champ, joined the conversa conversation.
tion. conversation. He is a fellow who gets up in
the morning, eats, then hits the
lobby and starts talking. He-stops
only for food and ball games.
"I don't know how I hit," he be- -gan,
"I just get up there swing! ,'
ing. My ankle is going to be bet better,
ter, better, but it needs rest. After the real,
son, I'm going home that's Fo-
rest Citi, N. C, and I have a cou couple
ple couple of service stations there and
I'll take a month off with my wife
and just rest." ...
Quit a bit later, the one excep exception
tion exception on the club was encountered.
He is Raul Sanchez, the' pitcher
from Cuba, who speaks little En English.
glish. English. "Why I no speak?" ,h asked,
"What of others? They come Cuba Cuba-to
to Cuba-to play ball in winter arvd, they no
learn Spanish. So me, I no learn
English

imam
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Rip: Coleman
Hurls 3-Hit
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A,

joe Lonneic tooic cnarge like a veteran wnen Lopata was

hurt," the OM. exulted. Lonnett is green, for sure, with only
32 times at bat as a Phil all last season, but wholnhell are7 the

lyuAics : .'

Well, Ed Bonchee from Miami is a solid, first basemanVand

bod Bowman came with mm as an outfield suo. Harry Ander
son, left fielder, is a surprise.

"Wo didn't figure on Anderson," Hamey related, "because

ne nit .235 at Schenectady after coming out .of service, but Ms
yo Smith (manager) just like the- way he swung the bat" (An

derson till isn't beating .235, which does not help out much In

ine uepe; ; .
"All Vight." Hamey snapped, as if Bragan were interview'

ing him. "I know we don't score the runs. But anybody knows

pituimg is tne hall ciub, and Miami nad we Dest, in tne minors

last year." i

Man From Nowhere

Seth Moorehead, lightly used; Don Cardwell, "resting" after
arlv anui mrA nlxir Parrvll rom frnm Vllami "Farrall

Hamey drools, "la doing an absolutely outstanding job in relief,"
Jack Sanford, the fellow even Bragan must have heard a a-bout,
bout, a-bout, did not check in from Miami, but almost from nowhere.
He was 8-13 at Svracuse in 55 before a hitch In service, and al

though, he pitched no-hitters for the Ft. Bliss Army team, he

required treatment for circulation obstruction In his right arm.
Manager Smith tabbed Sanford after 13 innings with tho
Phils last September and riow. Jack is threatening to sweep the
NX. in win percentage, strikeouts and what-not
-
wfffhf ainn7n t thai rfnria TTamAv

did not offer much aside fiom his habit of seeing some kid doing
something swell every time he looked up.

Teams
Buffalo

Richmond
Toronto

Rochester
Havana
Miami
Columbus.

Montreal

W L Pet. 6B
, 59 43 .57
. 56 44 .560 '1
55 4S .545 3V&
51 52 .495 m
4T 54 .471 11
46 52 .469 11
45 56 ,446 13tt
43 56 ,434 14V4

NEW YORK, July 25 (UP)

southpaw Rip coieman, labeled
"wild but promising" when with
the New York Yankees, is earnest earnestly
ly earnestly taking steps to remove the first

part of the tag in an effort to gam

another major league trial.

Coleman stopped the Columbus

Jets on three hits ht an Interna

tional League Wednesday night
game, enabling his Buffalo mates

to pick up a l-C victory. Coleman's
sixth triumph nudged the Bisons'

league led to two fames.
' The runnerup Richmond Viral

nians split a doubleheader with

Rochester dropping the opener, 4-2,
and taking the nightcap.' 7-6. Miami

nipped Montreal, 4-3 and Havana

tripped Toronto, 2-0.

Dick Ricxetts braked a five-game

Rochester losing streak as he scat

tered six hits in registering his
eight -Win. Richmond's Jim Coates

f Tl J .V. A1I.J A! A-

iBtieu iur uie iiuru umt io gam

his tentft-Virtory. Alue Clark s

grand slam knotted the second

contest 6-s but the Vees pushed, a-

cross a run u the bottom of the

ninth to give reliver Sonny James

nil fourth triumph.

PANAMA AMERICAN

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By JIMMY DEMARET
. Written for NBA Sorvka
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Sour slice by showing how he beat
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A slice is caused, in tho end, by
bringing .the clubhead across the

baH. v

' Where it starts is another item.
A duffer caa kiice because of more

reasons than be cares to remem

ber. There is, for example. the

mistake ot bringing the right side

into the shot toe quickly. You sway

on ue Bacaswing, riper than pi pivot.
vot. pivot. .....

Or your left arm isn't firm and

tea right ellMW goes haywire.

A slice, wnue r common ailment.

usually crops-ap .because of simple
misukesi Yob start with the wrong

gnp, go through a rushed back-

swtog. then duo't wait for the down downswing.
swing. downswing. Some even quit oa the shot

as the clubhesd meets the bail.

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Phone Thompson, talboa 1 772.
PHILLIPS Oeeanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phona Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
1, at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
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FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
Beach House. Phone Balboa
2830, nine to twelve noon, Mon Monday
day Monday through Friday.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Largo space on
first floor for office. East 22nd
Street No. 24-72. Inquire 8th
Street No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
3 Antique Barges
Put Up For Sale
By Dredging Unit
Three obsolete pieces of Dredg Dredg-Ino
Ino Dredg-Ino Division floating equipment are
being offered for sale, by the Pa
nama Canal (company.
niHi far th ourchase of the e
quipment have been advertised In
both the United States and on the
Isthmus and are scheduled to be
hpened Aug. lb in new ior aim
in the Oltice oi me ouperimcuu ouperimcuu-ent
ent ouperimcuu-ent of Storehouses in Balboa.
The equipment for sale includes
riveted steel lighter barge, No. 2;
riveted iron barge No. 204 with a
i steam operated winch; and rivet riveted
ed riveted steel dump barge No. 116 com complete
plete complete with spare parts.
All three barges were used by
the Isthmian Canal Commission
jduring the construction of the Can-
The steel lighter barge was
built in 1907 by the Newport News
Shipbuilding Company for use a
and barge. It was converted in
1925 by the Panama Canal to the
drill boat US Terrier No. 2 and
was used in this capacity until
1942. Since then it has served as a
barge.
The iron barge was formerly
the old French ladder dredge Mar Mar-mo,
mo, Mar-mo, which was built: in Belgium
in 1886 and brought -to Panama
during the French construction pe period
riod period when the French equipment
taken over by the United States, it
was reconditioned and used as a
ladder dredge for several years.
It was later stripped down and has
beta in use as a barge for some
time.
The steel dump barge No. 116
was built in the United States by
; William Cramp and Sons in 1908
i and shipped to the Isthmus the fol following
lowing following year. It has been used as a
barge ever since,
i
Egypt Celebrates
Ousting Of Farouk
With Land Gifts
i
t
: CAIRO, July 25 (UP) The
Egyptian government, in honor of
the 5th anniversary of the coup
"tint ousted King Farouk, distribu distribu-1
1 distribu-1 ed 20,578 acres of land yesterday
; .to the country's peasants.
Distribution of the land origin
fhy belonging to big landowners
t was part of the agrarian reform
; program started by President
;Gamal Abdel Nasser. Nearly 6,000
peasant families tbrought Egypt
; (received title deeds to the land.
WANTED:
Saleslady writ T. k Box
8173 Pa&ama state ex
perience, enclose Fht,
Mfldeatial treatment
siaamrecL
prAKANTEED Set-rice an 4
Repairs ea all electronic
eatUpenestt. . TV seta. An Antenna,
tenna, Antenna, KaaTJa Hi-It, later later-a
a later-a sen a, Maria ZoipaoeaU
'. Per lraon
TELfRAD, S. A.
Service
Cail Panama 2-2J74.

Apartments

ATTENTION. O. I.I Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bad roc ma, bot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Spacious two-bod-room
unfurnished apartment in
fine residential dictrict, Riviera,
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office hours.
FOR RENT: Apartment 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living and -dining room,
porch, hot water, maid's room,
garage, Bella Vista, Colombia St.
No. 44-17, Inquire same build building.
ing. building. FOR RENT: 3-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bathrooms, large dining
and living room, separate maid's
room with bath, hot water, ga garage,
rage, garage, with balcony, UNFUR UNFURNISHED,
NISHED, UNFURNISHED, in high cool locality, all
screened, in El Cangrejo. Phone
office houra 2-0321, after office
hours 2-3525.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bathrooms, largo dining
and living room, separato maid'a
room with bath, hot water, ga garage,
rage, garage, with balcony, FURNISHED,
in high cool locality, all screen screened,
ed, screened, in El Cangrejo, Phono office
hours 2-0321, after effica hours
2-3525.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment, very comfortable, hot
water, bathroom, refrigerator,
etc., garage. Via Etpana. Phone
3-4037.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
hot water installation, modern
building juit built, opposite "Co "Co-legio
legio "Co-legio Javier," 3rd Street, Perejil,
$70. Inquire 8th Street No.,
5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: 1 -room apartment
with bathroom and kitchen.
Building juit built. East 46th
Street No. 4-166, $40. Inquire
8th Street No. 5-30. Phone
2-2718.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment: two bedrooms,
living room, dining room, large
porch, Venetian blinds, garage,
hot water, linen, China, class class-ware.
ware. class-ware. Exclusive residential tac taction.
tion. taction. Bella Vitta. Phone Balboa
1448.
10th AEC Explosion
Dims Morning Sun,
Dusls Desert Floor
ATOP ANGELS' PEAK, Nev.,
Uly 25 (UP)- The Atomic Ener Energy
gy Energy Commission touched off the
10th nuclear explosion of its 1957
summer this series at 6:30 a.m.
todav from a captive balloon an
chored 500 feet above the Nevada
proving grounds.
Its blast was so bright it made
the morning sun appear to dim
by comparison. Its fireball lasted
for approximately 10 seconds and
the familiar mushroom pattern
following the blast rose quickly.
I
Some 15 seconds after the blast
the mushroom's top became ob obscured
scured obscured at about 20,000 feet by a
driving cloud. Dust settled and
tumbled on the floor of the des desert.
ert. desert. The mushroom rose above the
cloud within two minutes and still
was rising at the 30,000 fool lev level.
el. level. At this level it appeared to lean
slightly Eastward as it drifted
slowly higher.
The explosion was seen by re reporters
porters reporters at this unofficial vantage
oint some 8,900 feet above sea
evel. The test was closed to news
media.
"Owens," today's test name des designation,
ignation, designation, was a design of the U U-niversity
niversity U-niversity of California radiation
laboratory at Livermore, Calif. It
bad a yield estimated by the AEC
at "below nominal," possibly e e-qual
qual e-qual to moe than 10,000 tons of
TNT.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
Tarted SUIaa Dbtrlct Ceort Far The
Diitrirt af The Canal Zone
Divliton af Balboa
Arthur D. E. Hamlin, by David Ro Robin,
bin, Robin, nil Guardian ad Litem, plaintiff,
vs. Ina R Hamlin, defendant. Summons
Case No 4S3S. Civil Docket 21. Action
for Divorce.
To th above-named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
a bovcen titled action within ninety days
alter tne rirst publication.
In ease of your failure to so appear
and answer. Judgment will be taken a.
gainst you by default for the relief de demanded
manded demanded in the complaint.
Witness the Honorable Guthrie T
Crowe. Judge United States District!
Court for the District of the Canal Zone.
this July It, 17.
C. T. ajeCerssIek, Jr.
Clerk
(Seal)
By Sara de la Peaa
Chief Deputy Clerk.
To Ina R. Hamlin
The foreeoing summons Is i id up upon
on upon raft by pubJtcatxxi pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F. Crewe.
Judge. United Stataa Dwtrtct Court tor
the Dtatriet of the Canal Zone, dated
Jutr 15, utT. and entered and fDed an
thie actloa in the office of the Oerk
lot aeid tMttod States District Court for
the Ptvuasa) af Balboa, oa July IS. 1S5T.
C. T. eerCerasrk, Jr.
Clerk
r tars a la Peaa
Chief Deputy Clark.

LEAVE YOUR Ab WITH ONE OF OUB

1NTBKNAL. UK FUBUCACIONES NO. 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO Centra
BARDO No. 28 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. at t St, LEWIS
FARMACIA I.IIY IfU Central Avenua m HOTJSRHnLD FxrH AN3FLl d

VAN-DKB-JIS 60 Street No. 83 FARMACIA. EI BATTJBRO--f arqno tXevre
the Bella Vlata Theatre, i.-.ii ;.vi

Automobiles
FOR SALE. 1952 Buick 4-door
sedan, duty paid. Reasonable.
Call Balboa 4111 or 1777.
FOR SALE:- Ideal for Interior
travel, Army model Command
Car (Dodge Powerwagon) four four-wheel
wheel four-wheel drive, other features. CaU
Balboa 1292.
FOR SALE: 1948 Buick, $350.
Phone 6226 Curundu. House
2003, Apt. "C," Curundu, from
5 p.m. on.
FOR SALE : 1 950 Mercury Con Convertible,
vertible, Convertible, wtw tires, radio, pow power
er power ttat and windows. Call 83 83-3289.
3289. 83-3289. FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Delivery
Panel Truck in excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, $1600. Call Panama
3-1620, 3-1621.
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Hard Hard-top
top Hard-top Convertible, fully equipped,
$750. Phone Balboa 1993 or
4177.
FOR SALE: 1952 Buick Sedan,
good condition. Leaving soon,
must sell. Make reasonable offer.
Phone 83-2183 or 83-2198.
FOR SALE: 1939 Olds 4-door
$75; 1949 Lincoln 2-door $150.
Both in running condition. Bal.
2-3782.
HASSELBLAD
PAXETTE
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
TRANSP1RTES BAXTER. S A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2-255I 2-2562
, Lears) Riding at
PANAMA HIDING' SCHOOL;
Riding 0 Jumping Cfasses daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment. :
LIFE INSURANCE
call x
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar life Ins. Co.
for rates and information
TeL Panama 2-0532
"GET STREAMLINED"
the McLevy way. Body Massage,
Excerclsing Machlnea, Turkish
bath. Trained operator! for lad lea
nd gentlemen. Get results.
MASSAGE SALON
Servloes "SCHOLL'S"
Products
J. Arosemena Ave. 33-48
TeL 3-2217
n?w canon
CAMBWAS
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
Li.!!""
Panama N. York Colin
Paraiso Bridge Set
To Hold Duplicate
Session On Sunday
The Paraiso Bridge Club will be
host on Sunday to a group of play
ers accompanied by Julius Loeb,
director of the Atlantic Duplicate
Bridge Club, at the Paraiso gym gymnasium
nasium gymnasium to engage in a friendly
game of duplicate bridge.
Play will com mf tree at 3 p m
and no smoking" will be allowed in
compliance with gym regulations.
Players are requested to regis
ter no' later than Saturday by con
tacrine any member of the Parai
so Bridge Club, or Aeustus Kam
on the Atlantic side. This engage
ment is open to any player who
wishes to participate.
A regular meeting of the Parai
so Bridge Club will be held this
Friday at the meeting room of the
Civic Center and all members and
friends are invited to atetnd, com
mencing at 30 p.m.
Woman's World
CHICAGO, Jlr 25 (UP) New
scientific evidence appeared yes yesterday
terday yesterday to indicate it's, not a man's
world after all. A rabbit offered
to a a experimental laboratory was
turned down because Wesley Mem Memorial
orial Memorial Hospital uses female bua bua-nies
nies bua-nies exclusively., "IV

AGENTS OR OUB OFFICES 1 AT U-JT

Home Articles
FOR SALE: Mahogany chest, 2
armchairs, coffee table (glass (glass-top),
top), (glass-top), dining table, 4 chairs, alu-
minum porch chairs, refrigerator,
miecellaneous. Lowest prices.
Calle 46 No. 44, corner Colom Colombia,
bia, Colombia, facing park. Apt. fl. Phone
3-1857, 5-9; Sunday 10-5,
FOR SALE: 2 baby cribs With
mattress, 2 high chairs, 2
.760x15 tires & tubes. Qtrs.
335-A, Albrook AFB, Phone
86-6121.
FOR SALE: Will sell at any
price, "Buccarat" crystal table
aet for 12 persons, 84 pieces.
Can be seen at "Muebleria El
Diablo," Central Avenue No.
16-26.
FOR SALE: 1 1-eu. ft. refriger refrigerator
ator refrigerator $135. 220-v. hot water
heater $25. Phone Pan. 3-4870.
FOR SALE: Eaiy Spin Dry
washing machine, 60-cycle, good
condition, $45. Phone Albrook
86-6154 days, 86-3274 nights.'
FOR' SALE: Westinghouse Frost,
Free refrigerator $125; 2 reclin reclining
ing reclining chairs $7.50; china doiet,
buffet, extension table, 4 chairs
and crocheted tablecloth and doi doilies
lies doilies $45; glassware, etc. 0779-8
Williamson Place. Balboa 1852,
from 1 to 8 p(m.

Well Known Matriarch Of Isthmus
Dies At Panama Home Of Daughter

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Mrs. ANNIE CALVIT
Mrs. Annie Leticia Calvit, mat matriarch
riarch matriarch of a wide-spread Isthmian
family, died this morning at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Her Herbert
bert Herbert R. Knapp, in Panama' City.
Mrs. Calvit would have been 90
years old next January.
Born in Callington, England,
Jan. 18, 1868, she came to the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus on May 2, 1907. Her husband,
Stephen Calvit, who died in 1945,
was employed at the Mechanical
Division in Balboa until retirement
in 1929i
Mrs. Calvit was widely known
on both sides of the Isthmus. She
was a moving spirit in the orga organization
nization organization of the Order of the East Eastern
ern Eastern Star here and was known as
the Order's "Mother."
She founded and helped to or organize
ganize organize Orchid Chapter No. 1 of the
Eastern Star here. The family liv lived
ed lived in Gorgona, Empire and Coro Coro-zal
zal Coro-zal during the construction days.
Since Mr. Calvit's death, Mrs.
Calvit had made her home with
her children here and in the li linked
nked linked States.
She i" survived by four genera generations.
tions. generations. Her children are: J. S. Cal Calvit.
vit. Calvit. of Panama City. C. G. Calvit,
of St. Petersburg, Fla., Mrs. Theo
dore Sundquist of Lake Jackson,
Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Sundquist are
presently visiting the Isthmus,
Mrs. Arthur Hall, of Houston Tex.,
Mrs. T. W. Harrison, of Canago
Park, and Mrs. Knapp of Panama
Four of Mrs. Calvit's 13 grand
children make their homes here
Birthplace Of Atom
Age Will Be Razed
CHICAGO. July 25 (UP) The
birthplace of the atomic age will
be razed next montn. tne univtr
sitv of Chicago announced today.
I Be west stana oi aiagg rieic,
under which the late Enrico Fermi
and. his associates nurtured the
first atomic pile, will come down
because of its poor structural con
dition. 1
A plaque commemorations the
10th anniversary of the first chain
reaction, which Is installed in one
of the stand's walls, will be plac
ed on a site near the squash courts
and later moved to a permanent
location.
Removal of the stand, built I
1912. has been contemplated for
many years, but has awaited tran transfer
sfer transfer of certain equipment to a new
laboratory. The aouth half of the
standwiu remain intact untu next
year.
The stand has not been used by
spectators since the University of
Chicago withdrew from intercol intercollegiate
legiate intercollegiate football in 1939.
The historic stand was first!
used an 1912 and, for that time, it
was an ambitious structural,

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SERVICES
The FATIMA PHARMACY lo located
cated located at Moreado El Ray, offers
efficient filling of prescriptions
and homo delivery service. Phono
3-3416.
ATTENTION: Gamboa Residents
TV Service calls on TUES TUESDAYS
DAYS TUESDAYS ONLY $6.50. Las Cum Cum-brea
brea Cum-brea residents on THURSDAYS
ONLY $6.50, Fort Kobbe calls
on WED N ESDA YS ONLY
$5-50, Local area calls continue
af $3.50. Phone U.S. Television
Panama 2-4616.
3 -minute car wash" $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cars $5. Auto-Bano, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
Have your television problems
solved by experts. Call U.S. TEL TELEVISION,
EVISION, TELEVISION, Panama 2-4616.
SEWING INSTRUCTIONS free.
Not necessary to own or buy
NECCHI sewing machine. CASA
ADMIRABLE, branch, at 44th
Street, corner Juste Arosemena Arosemena-Avenue.
Avenue. Arosemena-Avenue. Telephone 3-1373.
The bast dinners and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel Iritemacional "Pla "Plaza
za "Plaza S da Mayo.
They are: Mrs. Joe Medlinger of
Panama city, Charles Harrison of
Balboa, KObert Calvit of Balboa
and Mrs. Harry Pearl of Panama.
In addition there are 15 great
grandchildren and four great-great
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at
4:50 p.m. Saturday at the Scottish
Bite -Temple in Balboa. Pallbear
ers will be members of the East Eastern
ern Eastern Star. Members of the family
have asked that no flowers, be
sent. Friends who wish may mak
contributions, in her memory ,,to
tneir lavonte cnnty, -a
Miami Customs MSn
Grab Heroin Cache
From French Vessel
MIAMI. July 25 (UP) Customs
aeents believe they have smashed
one of the biggest international
narcotics smuggling rings operat
ing in the United States with
their seizure of $700,000 worth of
heroin from a French freighter
ThirtyTfive agents, some posing
as dock workers, swooped down
on the freighter Marseille Monday
night and arrested four men car
rying nine and one-nau pounqs oi
pure heroin strapped to tneir do
dies.
The raid climaxed a six month
watch of the ship as it plied be
tween ports in the southeastern
United States and Europe.
Agents continued a stem to
stern search of the, big freighter
today.
US Takes Biggest
Disarmament Step
Despite Red Slap
LONDON, July 25 (UP)-The U-
nited States makes its biggest
move toward disarmament today
with a conditional offer to abandon
the intercontinental missile as a
we a ton if Russia will too.
The western powers agreed to
go ahead with the formal proposal
at today's session of the London
Disarmament Conference despite a
chilling slap at arms cut hopes by
Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin.
He charged in a letter made
public last night that the West was
using the London conference to
help West German Chancellor Kon
rad Adenauer win his nation's Sep
tember election.
Turning the other cheek, U- S.
delegate Harold Stassen had a de detailed
tailed detailed plan ready of guaranteeing
that intercontinental missiles and
other "outer space" devices nev never
er never become the "ultimate weapon"
against which there is no defense.
sources said, n a proposal for pool
ing outer spaee researcn as the
first step toward guaranteeing that
rockets and space platforms of the
future will never be used for war.
American Wheat;
Reaches Poland ,1
Under Credit Plan
WARSAW, Poland, July 2S
(UP) The first consignment of
Americas wheat to be delivered to
Poland under the credit agreement
Mrween tne two nations recently
concluded in Washington was del delivered
ivered delivered to the port of Gydnia yes
terday by tae freighter Bucknell
Victory.
The first shipment, of 9168 tons,
will shortly be followed by others
government, sources said.

PHECJADO T Street No.. IS t) AGENCTAS

Beside
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Bargain. Chinese
alining room set,'' Boa; it Balboa,
czr
; FOR SALE:. One small native
'horse. Very reasonable. Phone
Balboa 1360.
"The Isthmus" Buyers and Sell,
art Household and Miscellaneous
, items, best prices. Visit us, 7th
and Front Street,' Colon. Phone
1762.
, FOR SALE: Boxer dog, 1 year
old $30. Two bicycles $15 eath.
Phone 3-3109 Panama.

TWO "FIRSTS," WERE RECORDED, by the Alb rook Air fctwrce BM Eaucatldh' Office this week,
according ,tpcGeorKe Loveeducatiom director. Xove stated that ddrlnir hia..evnerienee. thai in.

ternal Information Division, Office of Informa tion Services, was the first of f ice staff to suc successfully
cessfully successfully complete a USAFI group study course related 'to their- jobw It was "the first time'
that the Instructor of such a course was an-of ficeu assigned to the same office capt. William
A. Day, Chief, Caribbean Air Command Public- Information Office; was 'the instructor. Love
(third from left) presents MSgt. Leon Leigh,.'; NCOIC, Internal Information 'with his certi certificate,
ficate, certificate, capt. Richard S. Jay (second from-right) is the Chief, Internal-Information Division.
A1C Brian Hobbs (third from right) is the editor-of the "Caribbean Breeze" and TSgt Al Albert
bert Albert Lima, (second from left) is the sports editor. A2C Richard Stietler, who also took' the
course, is on the far left. Mrs. Richard jay, and Mrs. Cecilia Guevara; secretary in the In Information
formation Information Services Office, not shown in photo, are also graduates of this Journalism course i
held during off-duty hours. (Official USAF Photo)

Col. A. P. Hurr Takes Command
Of Air Base Group At Albrook

Col. Arthur P Hurr assumed
command of the' 5700 Air (Base
Group at Albrook Air Force Base
July 21. Col. Edwin M. Ramage,
former commander has been reas reassigned
signed reassigned to .Maxwell AFB irt Alaba Alabama.
ma. Alabama. '
Hurr and his family arrived in
the Isthmus on July 12 from Max Maxwell
well Maxwell AFB where he completed the
Air War College at Air Universi University.
ty. University. Prior to attending the Air War
College, Hurr was chief of theH
Colonel s Group, director of Mili Military
tary Military Perscfinel, Headquarters US
AF in Washington. 1
Hurr w'as born in Altona, 111.,
in 1919 and graduated from the
Military Academy at West Point,
N. Y. in January 1943 as a pilot
in the U.S. Air Corps.
After completing B-24 transition
training at Fort Worth,, Tex.. Col.
Hurr completed the bomber crew
phase, training at JJavis-Montnan
AFB, Tucson. Arizona. He then
joined, the 446th Bomb Group in
September of 1943 at Lowry AFB
in Colorado, and went overseas
with the unit to the European
Theater...
After flying three combat mis
sions, he became tne assistant o-
perations officer of the Group in
January 1944 and in September
of thtt same year, became the
commanding officer of the 330tn
iBomb Squadron. He remained with
this unit untu March oi iw wnen
he returned to the States and be became
came became the clans programming offi
cer under the -Deputy Chief of
Staff of Personnel of the 3rd Air
Force at Tampa, Fla. He remain remained
ed remained in this position after the 3rd
Air Force was integrated into the
Tactical Air Command.
When Headquarters f AC was
moved to Langley AFB in Virgi
nia, col. uurr was aiso transier transier-red
red transier-red and remained at TAC head
quarters as an operations officer
until June of 1950 when lie was
St; Peter?s Bor.fi
Supper Postponed.
The box supper scheduled to be
held tomorrow night by the St. I
Peter's Choir Guild has been post-1
poned to a future data due to an-;
lareseea circius stances.

WANTED: Salesman with ax-

i perience. Referencea required.
Write to "Salesman," P.O. Box
93, Colon, enclosing photo,
WANTED: Used motorbike of
200-500 c.c. Phone 3-3347.
Domestic Employment
WANTED: Good cook, excel-
lent salary. Must be middle-aged
with references. Sterling Garaga,
14th and Bolivar Ave. Phone 352
Colon,
WANTEPs Experienced cook.
Inquire Federico Boyd Ave., cor corner
ner corner of 50th Street, No. D4-22.
once again assigned overseas,, this
time to the Far East. Col. Hurr
was assigned as assistant chief of
Combat Operations Division, -and
later as a programming officer at
Headquarters Far, .Eastern Air
Force in Japan.
In May of 1953, he returned to
the U.S. and was assigned to the
Colonel's Group at Hq. USAF.
Mrs. Hurr is the former Barba Barbara
ra Barbara Seward of Knoxville, 111. They
have four children: Doug 11, Steve
8, Jeff 6, and Sally 4.' They reside
in quarters No. 2 at Albrook. i

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' FOR SALE.- Modern. ocean view
" house, exclusive neighborhood, 3
bedrooms, terraces, garden, hot
water. Nine thousand dollars
down. Box 86 Balboa.
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
' DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL C.Z.
Boats & Motors
;;FOR SALE: 2 5 -cycle -hpT
. motors, 2-hp. motor, 1 Vi-hp.
motor. Phone Bel. 2-3782.
FOR SALE Small outboard
speedboat, new 10-hp. Evinrude
motor, '.remote' controls, $425.
Phone 3-283 l.e 1
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Action Proposed
Against 'Wilful'
Red Membership
v
, -WASHINGTON." Julv 25 CTTP1-
Rep. H Allen Smith (R-Calif ) in
troduced legislation yesterday to
provrae lines or jail sentences lor
"knowing"" 'membership in the
Communist party.
Under Smith's bill, anyone who
"knowingly and wilfully" joins or
remains- a member of the party
witn Knowledge oi its purposes
would be subject to a fine up to
$10,000, up to 10 yeart" imprison,
ment, or both.
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, BY GEORGE WUNDER
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Defense Bill
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jBrng Protest
WASHINGTON, Julpr 25. (UP)
Th House uave its final approval
, tos compromise $33;759,850,000
intense monev bill yesterday des-
fait a Republican protest that
President Eisennower requests
were cut "too deep.""
The objection was voiced by-
Jtep. Richard B. Wigglesworth
(RiMass), senior Republican on
the House Defense Appropriations
Buftcominittee, and a member of
the Joint House-Senate Conference
Committee which hammered out
the compromise.
' But. another Republican, Rep.
Errett P. Scrivener (Kan), said
Congress would have been justi justified
fied justified in trimming another 250 mil million
lion million to 300 million dollars from
the measure. A Democratic expert
added that the administration
may not even spend; all th funds
voted '.
The measure, largest money
bill of the session, cleared the
ouse by voice vote. It now goes
16 the Senate where actio" is un un-certtih
certtih un-certtih bera-ute of the three-
lK yeeks-olr civil rights bsttle.
liThe total provided by the com compromise
promise compromise .was $2,368,150,000 shy of
th ?S8,128,0OO,00O originally re re-fliielsted
fliielsted re-fliielsted by Eisenhower. It was
$197,125,000 more than the House
originally iv o t e d but $774,379,000
below the Senate figure.'
Tne Senate negp .'ators were
prepared to fight for a much larg larger
er larger 'restoration. But they complain complained
ed complained the administration cut the
wound out from under them by
sending the conference group two
letters i a y i it g defense money
needs would be less than expect-
Wigglesworth aaid the compro compromise
mise compromise figure iepresented a "realis "realistic
tic "realistic -reduction" of about 900 million
dollars in the President's request.
He sait. the rest of the slash con consisted
sisted consisted of bookkeeping transactions
and iund juggling.
.But he added that "I regret the
cuts .were as deep as they are."
Wiiglesworth said, for example,
that tha Nvy now will be able
to order oniy 1,000 planes this
year instead of the 1,200 previous previously
ly previously programmed.
But Scrivener saia ine cun re reflected
flected reflected the administration's deci-
aioa to reduce the armed forces
tifino.OOO bV next January. It
mm in this connection that he
aM Conaress would have been
jusQfied in making even deeper
cuts.
President, Mamie
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farm this "weekend.
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terday yesterday -the President would go to
Gettysburg- But M announced yes yesterdays
terdays yesterdays that he and Mrs. Eisen
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filter Tip Claims Mislead;

Wo Protection,
WASHINGTON, July 25 (UP)
A consumer research organization
reported today that none of the
filter tip cigarettes it has tested
eliminated "in any sense" what whatever
ever whatever health hazard is caused by
smoking.
Irving Michelson, head of the
special products division of Con Consumers
sumers Consumers Union, said average-sized
filter- tip cigarettes give smokers
about the same amount of nicotine
and 15 per bent less tars than
plain cigarettes the same size.
But he said Smokers get just as
much tobacco tars from king size
filter, tips as from regular plain
tip varieties because more tobacco
is smoked in the king size cigar
ettes.
Michelson said two filter tip
brands, king Sano and Kent, gave
smokers about 40 per cent less tar
than the average king size filter
cigarette and about 50 per cent
less than unfiltered king sfee
brands.
Michelson appeared before a
House Government Operations
subcommittee investigating wheth whether
er whether the public is being misled by
advertising claims that filter tips
provide health protection.
He said the Federal Trade Com Commission
mission Commission should crack down on any
misleading advertising and should
have "every possible help" from
Congress.
Michelson said that in view of
the lung cancer "scare," many
smokers leel they will get protec
twn from filter tip cigarettes. He
also said some advertisements
could create a "misleading im
presion" even thoueh the facts
they contain are corect.
"Certainly, no filter tip of the
many subjected to tests by Con
sumers Union can be considered
in any sense to have eliminated
whatever health razard is present
ed oy smoking,- -he said.
He said that cigarettes ppnpml
ly both filter and non-filter vari varietiescontain
etiescontain varietiescontain more tars and nico nicotine
tine nicotine than they did four years ago.
nucneison saia nis organization,
wnicn conducts tests on a variety
of consumer products, has com compiled
piled compiled the "most complete set of
oojecuve data available on the
nicotine and tar content" in cigar cigarette
ette cigarette smoke.
Eisenhower Host
At Stag Dinner
For Top Officials
WASHINOTON. Julv 55 firPi
President Eisenhower held a
stag dinner last night for mem members
bers members of his cabinet and other ton
federal officials.
Invited were members of the
cabinet, plus the officials who
have cabinet rank and sit In on
the deliberations of the bodv
Included were Gordon Gray
head of the Office of Defense
Mobilization and budget direc director
tor director Perclval r. Brundage. )
Also on the invitation list were
Adm. Arthur W. Radford, out
going chairman of the joint
Chlefa of Staff and Chairman
Lewis L. 8traus of the Atomic
Energy commission.
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Meg's Boy Friend
Will Leave Army;
Marriage Hinted
LONDON, July 25 (UP) Lord
ramcK uerestord will resign from
the army at the end of this year,
it was reported here yesterday
The Daily Mail said Beresford
inen would Degin a career of pub
in. aci vice aemanoea rrom any
man who marries into the royal-
The report renewed rumors that
Beresford will marry Princess
Margaret, it also indicated he
would not go, to Cyprus with the
Royal Horseguards as reported
earlier this week.
Newspapers here hinted that
Lord Patrick was beina "exiled"
to Cyprus because of hi friend.
ship with Margaret in the same
way that Peter Townsend was sent
to Brussels as an air attache.

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Rocket Will Aim High
Off Ball oon's Platform

LOS ANGELES, July 25 (UP)
Aa Air r orce-sponsored plan was
announced today lor an unprece
dented step into space. A rocket
wiU be launched from a balloon
platform 20 miles above the Pa
cific Oceaa in September in an ef effort
fort effort to set a new altitude record of
"thousands of miles."
Announcement of the project
! was made by the Ford Motor
Company's West Coast subsidiary,
i Aeronutronic Systems, Inc. Dr.
1 Ernst H. Krause, vice president of
Aeronutronic, said nil tirra is
working under contract to the Air
Force office of scientific research.
Krause said that never before
has an attempt been made to fire
rocket from a platform suspend suspended
ed suspended from a hghter-tbaa-air craft.
And never before has man made a
balloon the arte of the huge bag
200 feet in diameter that will carry
its 1,900-poand, 23-foot -long rocket
load to 100,000 feet before the mis missile
sile missile is unleashed electronically
from the ground, be said. I
The total load, including rocket
and balloon, wiO bo nearly two
tons, the heaviest load ever ta
reach 100,000 feet, he said. I
The foui-atage rocket will blast
upward, straight through the bal balloon,
loon, balloon, with a first-stage thrust of
160,000 pounds. The other three
states will be seared ta take it ta
heights nevei before reached by a w
- tilde instrument. Krause
said.

LONDON, July 25 (UP) Britain
announced today it will spend
nearly 140 m'llion dollars in sev

erance and retirement payments
to personnel in the five-year pro
gram to cut its armed iorces.
The money will go to service
men forced out in the reorganiza
tion of defense forces.
Twin "white papers" released
today disclosed that some, of the
nation's most famous army units
will disappear in a drastic stream
lining to fit conventional fighting
forces into Britan'i new nuclear
defense rjolicv.
The infantry will lose 17 battal battalions
ions battalions in all. including one each
from the Coldstream Guards and
Grenadier Guards. Reductions will
be made by merging pairs of
regiments.
Army experts said heaviest pro
test are expected over amalga
mation of the Seaforth Highland
ers and the Queen's own Cameron
Highlanders. The areument will
arise over what kilt to wear and
which commander to retain, tney
said.
One of the white papers outlined
the future organization of the ar
my. The second set lortn terms
of payment for officers and men
squeezed out.
Severance payments range up
tn S1R.8O0 for colonels and briga
diers. The lowest soldier can draw
as much as '$3,500.
The reorganization is the result
of Britain's new oeiense policy,
announced in April, of depending
almost entirely on the deterrent
Mr of uclear weapons and
guided missiles.
It will shrink the nation's con
ventional forces to half size lor
use only in "small wars." The
total armed iorces will be reduced
from the present 690,000 men to
375,000 by tne ena oi iw. ine
bulk of the cut will be completed
by the end oi 1959.
80 Algiers Rebels
Slain By French;
30 More Captured
ALGIERS. July 25 (UF-Ffench
trooos killed 80 rebels in a clash
near Garyville, 145 mllea east of
the, Moroccan frontier, French mil
itary neaaquarters announced 10
day. Thirty more rebels were cap
tured."
The communique described the
rebel band as "important" ad
said it had been "completely an
nihilated."
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending S a.m. today,
is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrorraphlc
Branch of tha Panama. Canal
Company:

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TEMPERATURE:
High 91 85
Low 85 80
HUMIDITY:
High 95 90
Low 3 78
WIND:

(max. mph) NW-29 NW-10
RAIN (inches) Jt T
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 83 84
FRIDAY. JULY 26
2:33 a.m.
2:49 p.m.
8:54 a.m.
9:22 p.m.
The rocket, traveling at a top
speed of more than 17,000 miles
per hour, will carry a 3Vi pound
highly complex package of scien scientific
tific scientific instruments to investigate at atmospheric
mospheric atmospheric and space phenomena
at extremely .high altitudes,
Krause added.
Included in the little package 4
inches in diameter and inches
long will be a tiny but powerful
radio that will transmit data to
ground receiving and recording
stations.
"The inform a tion to be collected
and transmitted to the ground is
the measurement of cosmic rsys
and the earth's msgnetic field and
the related e fleet of geomagnetic
storms on these measurements,
the Ford announcement said.
Ford aaid the project, named
"Operation Far Side", had gone
successfully through the first
stage of development.. The first of
the project's balloon flight experi experiments
ments experiments was conducted last month
at the General Mills flight test
center aear New Brighton, Minn.
During the test. Ford said, a
3.T50,000-cubc foot, helium- filled
balloon designed and produced by
General Mills carried 2.300 pounds
to a height of 108,000 feet. Observ Observers
ers Observers were quoted as saying the bal
loon was extremely stable during
the tests.
This is tha type of balloon scien-1
ua hope to Lnunca ever tn ra
-cine ia the fall.

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32nd YEAR
LONDON, July 25 (UP) The
Soviet Union accused. Britain, in
note made luouc last night of
"deal" deliberately delaying world
disarmament 'to build ,up its nu
clear weapons ana promote unan
cellor Konrad Adenauer's reelec
tion in West Germany..
The charges were contained in
sharply-phrased 5,000-word per
sonal letter from Soviet Premier
Nikolai Bulganin to Prima Minis
.ter. Harold Macmillan, It 'was de
livered Monoay ana its text re
leased last night.
Bulganin' s note said that:
Britain has been using the five
power U.N. Disarmament subcom
mittee conference as a cloak for
the "accumulation and perfecting
oi the most lethal and destructive
means of warfare" atomic and
hydrogen bombs and missile war
heads.
Made A "Deal"
Britain made a "deal" with
other Western powers to delavthe
disarmament talks to help Aden
auer win reelection Sept. 15.
ine fcoviet Union insists on the
unconditional ban of nuclear weap
ons tests.
The note offered no compromise
to the Western demands that ces
sation of nuclear tests be linked to
the termination of production of
nuclear material far military pur
poses.
The arrival of the note and its
main points were disclosed cln.
sively by United Pres two days
ago, more than 12 hours before of
ficials in the British Foreign Of Office
fice Office acknowledged its receipt.
.ouiganin letter warned enig enigmatically:
matically: enigmatically: If the British envnrnmant and
the Other western nnwers
(France, Canada and the United
States) represented in the subcom
mittee do not show any interest in
solving the problems facing the
members of the subcommittee.
there will evidently remain litte
hope that the capital of Great
Britain will become the site of an
msioncai agreement of the powers
Which would mark mark the begin
ning of disarmament."
This could be interpreted as
meaning the Russians might de demand
mand demand the disarmament talks be
shifted from the London capital or
L .1- J
ureas, aown.
Meeting Since March
The five powers have been
meeting since March and are due
to make a 'report to the parent1
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Reds Declare British 'Deal'
Delaying World Disaririammt

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PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1951

Disarm ament Committee
Aug. 1.
U.S. disarmament delegate Har
old E. Stassen said today he plan
ned to introduce to the subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee tomorow a proposal for con controlling
trolling controlling intercontinental guided
missiles" as part of. the first-step
arms reduction. f
British and French officials who
saw Bulganin' letter in advance
of its release said they considered
its language some of the sharpest
contained in formal diplomatic
communications in recent years.

U. N.

Dr. Sam s Lawyer Set To uejry
Confessed Killer Of Marilyn

DELAND. Fla., July 25 (UP)
An attorney for Dr. Samuel Shep
pard headed for Florida today to
Question Donald Joseph Wedler,
whom he described as the type of
man "I always thought lulled
Marilyn Sheppard."
William J. corngan, wno ae-
fended' Sheppard in 1954, picked
up the nieces in the 10-day-oia
Wedler case just as it seemed the
23-year-old convict would be for
gotten along with the other 24 per
sons who have "confessed" to the
murder.
A merchant seaman who turned
up as a "mystery witness" in the
case called off plans to fly here
to confirm the identity of Wedler
as the man with the bloody- hands
who picked him up on tha night of
the slaying.
The seaman, Ernest J. Kolo
folias, 32, looked at two photo:
graphs of Wedler and said, "He
is the man or his twin brother."
Corigan had planned to pay Kolo-
f alias' expenses here from Water
loo, Iowa, but the .attorney later
withdrew his offer and said Kolo Kolo-folias'
folias' Kolo-folias' identification "means noth nothing
ing nothing to me."
Sheppard'8 hopes of being freed
from a life sentence through Wed Wed-ler's
ler's Wed-ler's confession alt but vanished
yesterday when three Cleveland
officials branded the convict's
story a hoax. The three officers.
headed by Cuyahoga County Cor
oner Dr. Samuel R. Gerber, had
helped convict Sheppard.
Lt. Gov. Paul M. Herbert of
Ohio, one of Sheppard's attorneys,

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Halt Nuclear Tests
' Bulganin said Russia's price lor
a first-stage disarmament accord
was the unconditional halting of
nuclear tests.
' He served notice that Western
insistence on linking a ban on nU'
clear tests with other problems
"means to condemn the neeotia
tions for the cessation oi tests of
nuclear weapons to-failure in ad
vance."
said he did not think Gerber and
the officials competent to express
an opinion on Wedler s confession
He said they were "all convinced
only two hours after Mrs. Shep
pard died that her husband Killed
her."
With Herbert in London. Corrl
gan decided to drive to Florida to
determine if Wedler'a story is as
pnony as Gerber claims. He left
Cleveland Wednesday morning,
"I am going to take my time
and check out every angle of
Wedlers' story, Comgan said be
fore leaving Ohio. "He's tha type
of man I always thought killed
Maruyn sneppard.
TCnlnfnlian (aid ..mviterv writ?
Erie Stanley Gardner teUJphoped
him from New York to stay 'in
contact wun mm.
"He told ma to sit back in my
chair and try to remember every
little incident," Koiotonas said
Gardner's Court of Last Resort
threw the case wide open last
week when lie detector expert
Alex Gregory announced that
Wedler was telling the truth in
his confession, The governor of
Ohio consented i to a lie detector
test for Sheppard on the basis of
Gregory's report ; but later re revoked
voked revoked his order.
Gardner then dropped the case
In a huff but indicated by con contacting
tacting contacting Kolofolias that, he might
continue his investigation, j
The merchant seaman said in
calling off the trip that "I want
this thing to die." He also stuck
to his identification of Wedler.

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The note comprised the first ma
jor soviet policy statement sine
the shakeup in the Kremlin lead leadership
ership leadership announced earlier this
montr.
It urged adoption of measures
for the prevention of an atomic war
in Europe, "at once, before it is
too late." i
It accused the Western powers'1
of a return to "some kind of new
variation of the Munich policy" by
reviving German, militarism.
Bulganin insisted German reuni reunification
fication reunification was a matter between,
East and West-Germany. ,.
Macmillan, in the letter he sent
to Bulganin June 14, stressed tha
need for a first-stage disarmament
accord and of German unification
as the chief condition for a settle settlement,
ment, settlement, of East-West differences.
Barbecue Blast
DETROIT Julr 25 (UP) L- A
treatment instead of a treat" was
the way Councilman Eugaie I.
Van Antwerp described outdoor
barbecue pits Tuesday. Van Ant Antwerp
werp Antwerp told the Smoke Abatement
Department that the backyard pits
should be banned because "burn "burning
ing "burning food smells the same," wheth whether
er whether it's dished up by an amateur
chef or the city disposal plant,
Pan American

1889-90 i At the. first Interf
national American Conference'-'
James Blaine, US Secretary of
State raised the Idea of a Pan s
American Railway In his open opening
ing opening speech,. An International
commission was set Bp to wort:
out diplomatic and technical
problems. Congress appropri appropriated
ated appropriated 865,000 as the IIS share
toward a preliminary survey.
For tha first time, work was

begun to provide overland
communication between the
Americas. y'-:
This' idea was later developed
into the project for the Pan
American Highway. Next month,
Aug. l, to 10, the Seventh Fan
American Highway Congress
meets in Panama City to plan
the final steps In closing tht
hemisphere's 20,000 mile Pan
American roadway frorh Alaska
to the tip of southern Chile.
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