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PANAMA, R. f FRIDAY, JULY 2, 19Jt
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Pentagon Adfoits :Gl"s PX Cut
To Discburage Wives Overseas
' pentagon official! hav co
' firmed .tbat a ruling depriving
" ': dependents of enlisted men in
' the lower four grade of PX and
-.v commissary privileges was. de de-signed
signed de-signed to prevent wives "from
. going, overseas. unless they are
-4 authorized by law to have gov gov--
- gov-- ernment" transportation -.
An : official "spokesman : for
Headq4arters USARCARIB said
; this was the intent of Army Clr Clr-;
; Clr-; culars i and 29, Contents of the
' u circulars were r e v e a led in
"Wednesday"! Tanama ;Amerx
Lie Detector Tests
Nod By Sheppard s Jurors
-While there-was .no- official
'.' word on the subject, outside ob
servers peculated the move-was
4 also aesignea in, par? w aiscour aiscour-'
' aiscour-' 4gewery young men In the bot bot-"'
"' bot-"' torn four grades from tajting on
the responsionities or marrimo marrimo-'
' marrimo-' .jv while they are In overseas
areas -- -a,- v
" Many Jf not most, of the men
v in these categories are draftees
.'or enlistees, In the-service on on-,
, on-, vly Tor a two or three-year hitch.
, The regulation is -wono-wiaB,
- and applies to an overseas areas
1 Only 45 private an 1 E E-4V
4V E-4V have moved Into Panama
, or Panama Canal Company
' Tit ratioa quarters -alnee .the
Department of Defens ? Im Imposed
posed Imposed -"standardise 'oversea
1 tour mnA tifhter 'ClaWPS Ml
Tin l" '""'I.'
CLEVELAND' CUP) Three of
twelve jurors Whose judgment
brought conviction and a, life pris prison
on prison sentence to Dr. Sam Sheppard
indicitd today a 'lie detector
test might provide workable an answers
swers answers to potential new develop developments
ments developments in the sensational murder
Of i the seven ? men 1 five
women who sat through the gruel gruelling
ling gruelling nine-week trial at' Cuyahoga
County's lakeside' courthouse in
1954, 'seven refused to discuss the
current or past developments of
the case. Two others since .- have
left Cleveland,- v r- 'j ,
The ten jurors were asked r -Do
you believe Sam Sheppard
should be given a lie detector
test? 4 ' '
-Do yotf believe; on. the basis
of 'recent developments, that the
Sheppard ease so oul d be re
opened? 1 -,- 1
a lie detector test'i explained
'I feel that
comes up, l'H
if new evidence
be elad far hit
taiiepparaj saice. i don't mean
to imply tha. I think there is any
new evidence 1 have no doubt we
did our jobs fairly. If something
does come out it should be in investigated.
vestigated. investigated. But I have, a lot of
confidence in (Cuyahoga County)
Coroner Samuel Gerber. And if 1
cant. trust him as a public offi official
cial official X don't know who else I could
Jack Hansen, 39. juror No. t,
said: ; "We i may have made a
mistake, but I don't think so. Of
course. I'm interested in, any de
velopments in the case, and I
feel any good clues should be in investigated."
vestigated." investigated." Hansen said he was
"certainly glad the iigher courts
upneiti our verdict," adding "1
suu mink ne was guUty on the
evidence presented us.v
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Pass In Day
ALONG PAVED STREET President Ernesto' de la Guardia Jr. (dark suit, center),, closely
guarded by detectives and policemen, walks with Second Vice President JHeraclio Barletta
(left) and .PubUc Works Minister Roberto Lopez Fabrega (right) along the newly-paVed West,
26th Street in the Chorrillo tenement district.., At far right (also in dark wit) is secret Police
Chief Hector Valdes. ; The President, who was vllllfiid Wednesday night by the. speakers aV
an opposition rally in fianta Ana Plaza was Cheered by. people as he walked along the street,
juror i. No, 8,
Vcman In Accident
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Diaz Invokes Constitutional Right, Refuses
Reply: To DA's Query During Closed Hearing
The new servlce-wif?e ruling,
'' which was two years In the
rnkinghas the main purpose of
establishing identical 'tour
' '-ngths for all XJJ8.- service per-
, ,scnnel in the same sue,
, The directive set the standard
'our as 38 months lor personnel
pccompanled or joined by, their
(pendents' in "desirable" for
7 'e;n sites with .' the individual
having! the option of .extending
Vto 48 months. J ..;
The directive also set op a ays ays-'
' ays-' tern of "reduced tours" for per-
, sons not accompanied or joinea
overseas by their dependents
enerallr 24 taonths,-"Reduced
tours" may also gd to. bachelor
T.-ith 'responsibilities paralleling
tose of heads of families with
out regard to the degree 01 n-
t anciai oeppnaeniyr t v woub
t-h. -ont nnn an A ? -tsf-
. Corporals and specialists third
r'ass with more than our years
rvtce,- ,nd hhjher-ranklng rtn-j
li'ted men are enuuea w
- d pendents. JE-4 with 'less than
. four years service, privates first first-'
' first-' r1as and -privates are not enti-
tied to these 1?rjvueges.
may, however, be assigned to
" nubile housing' such as Coco Sp Sp-lito,
lito, Sp-lito, when it is avallablf .". : ,?r.
Poor hundred," nd ralxty.,
- three Wdlerf efcrrently reside
ff-pot wh are ; authorUed
' te have their dependents trav- .i
'el wHi ihem at government
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washinoton; July '-28 'fUP
-Col.' John. .C. jrickerson" Jrrf
the Army missile expert convict convicted
ed convicted of leaking defense ,. secrets.
today was assigned to the Pana-j
ma Canal Zone, -.4 -.
The Army said he will be bar
red rrom tor secret and secret
miormauon in nis new : -engineering
nost hut will have access
Up confidential", matters.
:t lie will be transferred from
ter- at HuntsvlUe, Ala., to Fort
Clayton, c.z.i .after- a leave of
noj. more than 30 days, i'
;,lh his hew post he win not be
connected with guided missiles
or research nd development ."in
any way," the Army said,
... fJicxerson was coi
court-martial v last
titntisvill rwy iiflrariil. ir v4nlo f-
ing security regulations by fail
ing to saieguard secret iniorma iniorma-tiorc
tiorc iniorma-tiorc and. disclosing such infor
mation to unauthorized persons.
Tha 41-year-old officer wasJ
susoended from rank, .for one
year and sentenced : to ., forfeit
iioo ol his pay monthly for 15
months, -i . k -o '. v-
He s .also received an- oincial
Mrs. Frances ChCs; ; who was
injured in n automobile accident
yesterday morning, is reported to
oe m gooa condition today: at Gor
gaa Hospital- A'-
' She' sustained- a dislocale'cl right
shoulder.: broken rieht alhnw inH
ankle and .cuts oa her face and
scaip wnen sne was tftrown from a
spons car atter- if skiddfd. and
ten me w rort. Sherman Boad. v
Mrs. Chaster was trrtfnouy
uim,mu mm tiw .. wire pr jtjai,
I Miehaef C Chattel Sh is bit
widowed lttr-in-U w, fti Army
reported today. J
She has made her home "1 with
Maj.sand Mrs. Chester sine Jan January,
uary, January, 1955. Ma j; Chester is conv
ihe-Army paUistic Missile Cen-Lmander of the 3rd. Battaliqn. 20th
imamry at n. uavis.X,r ; :!.
canal Zone nohee Said.,. 'today
they were still investigating the Oc Occident
cident Occident which involved driver Lt
Chester L. Ward of Ft,Davi, who
received only minpt contusion,
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Case Of Panefnsnian
Ike Asfo Solons To Smotrier
Dixie Jury trial Mmcnumeni
vtt i ouTwftTnM 'iiifwi' oil rrp
-President Eisenhower appealed
to Republican Senators tnrougn
too leader William F. Knowland
twiflv ta unit aealnst a Jury
trial amendment to the ; civil
rights, bill. ?:
. Knowhind reoorted Eisenhow
r'a attitude to a closed Repub
lican -conference alter ne na
breakfasted with the presiaent...
Th California. Senator read
an Eisenhower statement of July
16 and announced that the
Chief Executive s posiuon w
precisely the same- now mi
niyt'iwld&fs'wfiiare not Oi break Of Flu.
entlUed. ta rthlS; travel snd' for .. ,,. ,.'....
' whom Jii forernment. -quarters, VliliIwee?-
re arailPble ire now livin?JnjUi4CntSltVirUS
Panama .City W. Coldit; .Another' ,J-Vf .v. t ;.-
135 are -hnn;qnarters in; th; lUWal Is 1 1"
Canal' Zone; Ikcept-lof the 45 RCOrtCCI 111 U. -b.
4's who hare tome into the area
alnce June 6. 11 of the roP
. are entitled to .commissary and
post exchange- privileges. On)y
about half of. the youngs couples
have children, generally one. r
-.- Kfl of the lnauthorlaed" ap-;
pllcftnts had personally requCstH
a h mmmand for oermlwaoq
tn-tn Mil "tt-lfa Intrt the Pn-
.rr .r ith the ondertand-(port arnvirti from Seattle July II,
lne that he has no uthoritytor,,;Oiher ca,es. including several
govenufient "transportation and. hundred at the Boy Scout Jambo Jambo-that
that Jambo-that government cuarterfrre ree, ,rrt ideaUCed as suspected
not available nd that he is flu or flu like respiratory ailments.
..nM.n iw t house' and1 Abeut S00 Boy Scouts who at-
j,oendnts without tMded Ihe, jamboree at Valley
i.i. r .- Irm. 'Pi. fi-irkfi miih
respiratory. iUneis, the agency
said. --, ; . t .
Pennsylvania health authorities
said eiv "influenta-like UJness'l oc
curred-first among the California
and : Louisiana contingents ,- and
spread throueh most sections of
were from South Dakota. Virgi Virgi-nia.
nia. Virgi-nia. Colorado, New York and Puer
'ASinVGTOK, July 26 CP) CP)-New
New CP)-New Oiifbreaks of infhtenis were
reooHtd noday oy. the r Public
Health- Service. "The agency aid
some xf the cases had beeu'lden-
UBed es the oriental flu" virus
Some esses of oriental flu" it
said,, were found in Kentucky., the
Thule Air Foee Base ia Green-.
und, and aboard a military irans-
n the rovernment
v The lowet-graied seldler'
: application it apprered by
ehecks the inancUI atatus ef
. the applwrnt latere approving
S The hew rullne does not utj
kut any prtvlre -f ranted, tv
' law. It was .explained. Commls Commls-ry
ry Commls-ry and Port Exchange use is a
privilege, ; not guaranteed ; by
law. If the men Involved : were
Mrawtna commissary and ex-
-ahge pnfliegea perore iune
lev conunue 10 oo so. umw
Dulles Off Again
WASillXC TOM, July 26 (t'P)-
Secretary of State John foster
Two ejtses,' one involving rie
snd the other a deportee, '; were
continued until Monday '.afternoon
during today's session in tha Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrate's Court.' i
Franklin B. Hareweood. a 22
year-eld Paoamanian,r was charg
ed witn raping a. 15-year-old girl
on a land license farm in the Ca
nal Zone. The allezed offense took
place last Wednesday night, V. v
- The deportee, Jose A, Williams,
39-year-old Panamanian charg charged
ed charged with returning to the 'Canal
In the statement Elsenhower
urged 'that the bill Include
right-to-vote provision- an
..M turv trial ahould not be
i. in contempt of
Th. .rtmlfUstration bill, al
ready passed by the House, wouia
...tv.At. th government to
UbUWlUlv r. W
Group Will Meet
At Reds Request
srnnL Julv 26 fUP) The tl-
nit.H Nationi command announc'
ed today that tne Korean Armis Armistice
tice Armistice Commision will meet at Ps-
munjom at 100 a.m. snoay. ai
the Communists' request.
Among subjects to be discussed
will be "matters concerning viola-,
tion of the armistice agreement
by the United Nations command
aide." according to the Reds.
The Communists originslly Ciu-
Zone. He, was picked lip in BaWed for a meeting of the Armis Armis-boa
boa Armis-boa yesterday afternoon. jtice Commission tomorrow, hut
Bail of S500 was setja :, eaeo-ipoatponeo ai we nquw h
case. i United Nations coramana.
Man Blo.YriYFrom Airliner
Had Big -Flight Insurance
GEORGE AIR "FOBCEr JBASE. taken out $125,000 in flight insur-
Calif, July 26 UP) CrvU As- a nee Wednesday, nammg ma wue,
ron.uiice Board .officials ad the Eva, as beneficiary.
FBI today took charge of an, The two-engine Coavair airUner
vestigatioa into- a mysterious ex-.;made an emergency landing here
plosion. that, ripped a urge-aoiejoiiowing me explosion mgn wr
in the aid vt an arruner.nuniuiK me tiuiornn osn tin; jsi-
bearily-insured passenger 10,0iO:day. Twelve oiner passengers ana
The CAB planned to make, an
inch by inch" search for pow-l
der marks la tte shattered Tear
section of the Western Airliner. Al
the tame time searchers -combed
the desolate desert area in an at attempt
tempt attempt to find tha body of the.
musing passenger.- u. Diastocx,
62, of Canoga Park, Calif. ;
FSI agent also stepped wo
the iBvestitatlon to determine U
i a crew of three escaped injury.
. "X tr.mifcht someone DSd run in into
to into me," Western Airllnea pilot Mil Milton
ton Milton Shirk said. "I noli tied Los An Angeles.
geles. Angeles. International Airport by ra radio
dio radio that I was going te make an
emergency leading at the air
force base. We came in smoothly
without any dificuJty." V ?
The explosion occurred at 10.000
feet and waa centered m the lav
e. thT tatn their .vlvet to puJlM fiew t Canada tdty for the explosion might have been ijatory rf the airliBer which
. . im a MrftW Ks. fAwn'A t j . j j w Tk. FBI It.Iaai4 misrsrA a.fr T as V r t Km
ftniitti with the complete sn-; wrtif iequainted visit suicide plot. The FBI disclosed J stopped at Las Vegas. Nev 47
ine rr inuiei earuer vn e lugni irvm
iTsland1ng that ail expense -:) jPh ;. Diefeabsker. iu newthst Binstnekt who bonrded
uct bo borne fcy them, 'Prima Mimsier. pisne at Las Vegis, ev.
bad '.Minneapolis -U Los Aagcies.
seek, Injunctions against conspir
acies to deprive persons .of the
right to vote, violators would be
subject to contempt of court
penalties without trial by Jury.-.
' After one Jolting defeat on an
amendment eliminating broad
civil rights guarantees, the ad
ministration is fighting Demo
cratlc-sponsored amendments to
assure a jury trial in criminal
contempt cases under the right
Meanwhile Senate Democratic
Leader Lyndon B. Johnson accus
ed "slick" administration lawyers
of using "legal holy water" to
circumvent jury trials unaer rres rres-ident
ident rres-ident Eisenhower's civil rights bill.
The Texas senator opened a
Southern drive for a second ma major
jor major change ia the measure to pro provide
vide provide jury, trials for alleged civil
rights violators. The first change
waa made yesterday when the
Senate voted to strip broad iu-
junctive powers from the bill,
' Senate KepuDiican iLeaaer wii
liam F. Knowand (Calif) told re
porters ha would make a "major
effort' to keep the bil from being
"emasculated"- further. He said
L'?we can' till have a good bill if
we don't'-make it inelfective on
The bill became primarily a
voting' rights measure yesterday
after elimination of the provision
giving the attorney general broad
injunction powers to enforce con
stitutional rights generally.
. Trial By Jury
Johnson told the Senate the nextfs
basic issue it must face was the
Question', of jury trials for con
tempt of court rases brought un
der the right-to-vote section.
He charged that the "highly
trained" government lawyers, who
drafted the bill had used "legal
boly water to convert cpmes into
. . . i 1 1 i
civil oireuses so inejr -couiq oc
tried without a jury,
"I believe we ail recognize that
courts must have the power to ea
force their orders," -Johnson ssid
"But on the other hand, eople who
sre accused of crimes should have
the opportunity to make their case
before a Jury of their peers. I
consider' both points basic. I do
not consider them incompatible."
tSea. Estes Kefauver (O-Tenn)
urged the 'Senate te adopt his'
amendment which would require
jury trials in criminal contempt
cases but not ia cases of civil
contempt. t -.t f 1
If our purpose Is to guarantee
the right te vote to all ia the
future, rather than to punish for
misdeeds la the past, men we can
accomplish that end with this bill
and ny amendment," he-said, j
Criticised Other Prevision
Sea. A. Willis Robertson (D-Vs)
said' the failure to provide trial
by Jury was "the most vicious
part of the eilL He also criticized
the other two .remaining pro provisions
visions provisions of the measure..
He aaid the section creating a
civil rights edm mission would
send groups. "snooping around in
the' states" for' material which
might be used for "political ef ef-fect,?
I irst Vlce President Temisto
c Dia today invoked Chn-
s "nnat prerept and'refnsrd
on, 1 1 a direct" 'Tlu iiioo
put to hun by District Attor Attorney
ney Attorney Aiitonio A. de Leon. -,
Diaz,-the leader of the oppo;
sltion National Liberation Mover Mover-ment;
ment; Mover-ment; was questioned at closed
hearing this morning, in' connec
tion with an alleged call to arms
and civil-strife issued at ah' op opposition
position opposition .r-rally heldr Wednesday
mgni in eanta Ana Plaza.
The District Attorney did not
reveal the. text of the', 'question
put to Diaz, but he said that
when questioned the Vice Presi President
dent President with regard to the call to
arms attributed to him by local
newspapers Diaz neither denied
nor accepted the reports as true.
Diaz was quoted as saying lie
abstained .from answering any
of the questions put. to him, tak
ing refuge under Article 25 of
the Panama constitution which
provides that no one is under
Obligation to testify against him
self during proceedings of .a
criminal -nature, w
Before being; questioned, mag
netic tape recordings .of the
speeches delivered at Wednes
day's "National Liber ation
Movement" rally wer played
back for him to hear. Diaz re reportedly
portedly reportedly refused to accept any
responsibility for what was said
at the Tally Of dissident Coali Coalitionists
tionists Coalitionists and oppositionists.
The Investigation of the al alleged
leged alleged call te arms was ordered
Ocean-going traffic is movina throuah the Canal th?
month at the highest rate in the history of the waterway,
Panama Canal officials said today. j
There have been nine daysv this month when 30 or
more transits were made in one day. Today there were 34
rransirs scneauiea, with 1 ships and 14 lockages in each
direction:;.; ,Ai j
The handling of this large number oocean-going
ships in one day was made possible by the eactjtplit in
traffic each way. vf ,! y; -, ;
A Canal spokesman said that except for Thursday of
last week, the heavy traffic is being handled with few
shut-outs. y,"'', ;
Birefool San Bias :
Quartet Rounded Up
Four barefooted San Bias Tn
dian today Jaced the Balbna ma
gistrate, on, a charge of treaspass,
ing on the Fort ? Kobbe military
.-.The auarfet : WaS picked UD bv
MP coming-out of ?the wooded
area in back of Bis Tree, a Civilian
housing community at Fti KobbeW
The arresting otneer saia joaay
that just two days ago the same
group were seen at tne rar ran
Radio Station and at that: time
given a stern 'warning not to Re Return
turn Return to the post, j
One of the San Bias who spoke
Soanish. Leoncio Guardia, 25, told
the Judge that they were merely
OUI lOOKing lor wvrK. ne sia uinv
the buddies got a utt irom a ui
(Continued on rag If)
truck which brought them through
the gate without any trouble ?
The MP stated today that this
was impossible since each vehicle
eoine through the entrance late
is carefully checked,
According to court records, Giiir Giiir-dia
dia Giiir-dia was convicted of trespassing
last month. Judge Johh E. Dem Dem-ing
ing Dem-ing fined him $15. Lewis Iglesias,
24, was fined $5. But the Magi Magistrate
strate Magistrate said he would be lenient oh
the other two,; who were younger
men. Loney Morris, 20, and'?alJ
cio Lopez, 18, were each given a
suspended sentenoe and placed
on one year probation.
The two older San Bias Were
marched into jail where they will
serve out their fines, and the two
younger men. barefooted, started
their trek back into Panama City.
Although the average daily rate
of commercial Traffic is slightly
under thst of last March when a
monthly record was set,- the tran transit
sit transit of a large number of ,UJ5 Na Naval
val Naval vessels this -month has brought
me rnuinoer" or government ships j
handled, hv July higher thasjujart 'Z 1
There have been 41 transits V 7
month, as compared with 32 for -the
entire month of March.
On Thursday of last: wek Xfl
ships were locked through but nine
were left pverr for 'the foiiowiag .
dayVoperattdn; This: holdover was 1
caused by imblance ia the diree diree-tiojf
tiojf diree-tiojf of traffic. On that day, there
were 21 ships southbound snd nine
it was not known-, today- if si!
traffic would be accommodated; as
final 'lists are not cOmniled Minti!
later-in the ; dayi .i-.i-t'
The total number of ocean-going
ships in transit up through fester
day was 684, of which 41 were gov government
ernment government vessels, or ; an average of
27.4 ocean-going ships a day, as
compared with an average of 27.1
ocean-going ships a day last
n t. r
With the continued heavy Can-'
al traffic and lack of rainfall, there,
has recently been an appreciable
rise in the levels of Gatun Lake. t
But Madden Lake has experiene.
ed-no appreciable rise in leyel,
although both are now above Iowa
set earlier this month. The eleva elevation
tion elevation of Madden Lake war report reported
ed reported at 203.17 feet this morning, a-
bout on foot above the -recent kw
.''.-.-. . .- v
.Gatun Lake level Is novv.A2.3l
feet, about six .inches higher than
was recently recorded. :, r
at. V-t v,.
M&m4'-K f ,rf s- s' M
it tin ni'fr
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CANAL'S BEST CCSTOMER...aOr at least, the ship which for-the second coneca'f 7J
ha won the dUtlnctioa of transiting the Canal most frequently.. ilRurea just compiled show
tbat the MV Portunus made 5? transits during fiscal year 1957, which ended June 30. which
places her In first place again this year.. She was three' transits -ahead of the second-piact
holder, the Honduran-regUtered Vanda..nd 11 ahead of toe Panamanian-nag Ktron Th
Oerman-flag ship runs between Ecuador-and New Orleans In the banana trade She U 1.M7
gross tons and 412 feet overall, and. is represented oa the isthmus kj the ContinenUl sw-,
oing Corporation. '- '
f AGE TWO
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, JULY M, 195T,
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
rOUNMO IT NILSON ROUNSIVKUi IN ItM
MARMODIO AMIA. tOITO
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'i iMiani. PANAMtRICAN. PANAMA f'
OTFieti tt." CINTIUL AvtNUS ITWKN fM AND tSTII SjTKffTe
POeSION RSPRtSCNTATIVU, JOSHUA B .FOWBRB. IMfc.
I4B MADICON AVI. NfW TOHK. llfi ra T
Mm Month, m gvye w
PO ll IHimil. IN ADVANCC
fa.. Nt VW0. IN AOVANCK
THIS IS Y0UI POtUM THI READERS OWN COLUMN
' ; .,
f The Mail lot b an open fenim for readers ef Tha Panama Amarican.
"Letters ere wealvjM gratefully and ara handled la a wholly confidential
NMMMt. v5 .; '
" M yee contribute a letter don't ba Impatient if "ft doesn't appear, the
I.eeat day. Letters ere published in the order received.
Pleate try to keep the letter, limited to one page length.
" Identity of letter writers it held. In strictest confidence
This newspaper smunici no reiponsibility for statements or opinions
'expressed in letter from readers.
I THE MAIL BOX
WHO LETS THE ARMY TAPS RUN?
I am writing this letter in an effort to prevent a possible
i On the first page otjour issue of July 19. 1957. appeared an
I article entitled "Army Negligence Results In Large Loss of Wa Walter"
lter" Walter" Now we Ml know tha' water is an important item here in
"the Zone, especially with Gatun Lake remaining as low as it is.
Now the first impression people get when reading said artl artl-"de
"de artl-"de is that the rank-and-file GI is negligent in not turning otf
' rauoot tehv r.aushift unnecessary waste.
Well the truth of the matter is that the rank-and-file GI
nad very little to do with the waste oi waier. nus www a t"?
bv a very negligent Enplneer Department, so negligent that it
tikes weeks to get thenVto fix something as simple as a leaking
"iknow of one that leaked for three weeks and was reported
: to the Post Engineer at least a dozen times before ttiey finally
saw fit to fix It. Then when they made up the4r minds to fix it,
'the repair man shows up on a day when the rank-and-file GI is
" starting an IG Inspection. , T
. : Now you readers miKat wonder who this engineer is Is he
a GI? No he's a civilian. So there you have it. The GI is told
: not to touch such things but to call the Post Engineer. What
doe the engineer do with it he sits on it and for no reason
at all So we end up witn a 101 oi negugeiu whk ui w-i.
' Please don't blame the GI fog fomethlng he didn't do.
y Army Sarge
FUNDS FOR ARMY ROADS
July 23, 1957
Dear Motorist: ... x
I would like to answer your letter
v Julv 19 if they will print n, ana eni.g"vi --V'LiT'i.hr
n, intretine. First I do not believe you
w.uk, "6" : rfi.,ri.H r.awdutv oner
are a 'motorist out prwij .oBim h ---
' ator or employe that was entitled to the promotion that some some-i'one
i'one some-i'one else from the" Pacific side received instead. If such, be the
:!CaSHyoweS toSouwK that workon the Atlantic side
: goes aloS Vy smoothly, and very efficiently, withou the help
' 5f the. Pacific side but they can't seem to believe this, or else
rsVthe Mutation the Atlantic jgdj The
. roads are the proo;, or so it seems.
" Thli mti ln be uTto the fact, that h Army had no
1' Sl i wr where the Army is concerned I can also en en--
- en-- fhtrf l little m The reorganization that you men men-hrlSt
hrlSt men-hrlSt two i chief a rS .the AWantic Side, that were not
j:Seded I It 5S Sat anyone employed on the Atlantic side s
USeaS ai far as prcmotloiwl opportunities are concerned. Plus
lit Vts ejKTafaK TleMRfied
n..i..nH eiven an RIF. but due to the ract ne
i K wi someone, he Is .till working for a man of lower
' grade- just to b "kept-around." His salary? $8000 Per 'year'of
?i"rJ JiL trvC. i. v. w tiu draw hia nav With
no official lob fit any kind, but because he knows someone. Are
" the "Brass" aware ofAtbls existimg condition in the Army Engi
rt Beers? Yes,.uwynow ao
1 hfwe that I nave eruigntenea y"u h uwe, uu w
t r 4.vi v.. roais" rp romrjflred to other
?y VICTOR RIISIL
It is suspected that a Soviet
socialist" bomb will not be un
der Marxist-Leninist instructions to
distinguish between management
ana laoor leaders, since both may
be atomized in true democratic
style, the Government has start
ed to ask labor's high command to
develop secondary leadership that
can guide unions and help indus industry
try industry regroup and recover after an
Somu months ago, Labor Secret Secretary
ary Secretary James Mitchell wrote to AFL
President George Meany suggest suggesting
ing suggesting that they get together on a
master plan. This was really start started
ed started two years ago when Mitchell
talked not only to Meany, but to
CIO leaders Walter Reuther and
Jim Carey. But now that the two
labor federations are merged,
vne taucs win start again at the
top. I asked Mr. Mitchell to out outline
line outline his plans and he put it this
way: : ..:.
1 can now report ... on what the
Department is doing to set up a
replacement system for labor a a-long
long a-long the lines of what the Business
and Defense Services Administra Administration
tion Administration is doing for industry.
A basic feature, of the gov
ernment's program to develop
readiness for 'a civil defense e e-rrwrgency
rrwrgency e-rrwrgency is the', creations of
chains of command which wiM
assure the availability of replace replacements
ments replacements for leaders incapacitated
or unavailable foMowinej an st stack
ack stack upon this country. As part
of this effort, the President has
caused to be organized a Na
tional Defens Executive Reserve
whereby each important defense
agency creates its own reserve
of .top IjvoI executives who can
be trained and equipped to as-
, sumo leadership positions in the
agency in case of necessity.
This department, along with
the others, is in the process of de-
velopinc such an executive re reserve.
serve. reserve. In addition, the major mobiliza mobilization
tion mobilization agencies have been charged
with the responsibility for promot
ing the same type of defense readi readiness
ness readiness on the part of the population
group which they serve. Thus the
Business and Defense Services Ad Administration
ministration Administration in the Dept. of Com Commerce
merce Commerce has been working with in industrial
dustrial industrial management to encourage
them to develop personnel replace replacement
ment replacement methods as well as other
Similarly, I have discussed with
top union leaders the desirability
of their taking similar steps to as assure
sure assure the continuity of trade union
leadership and operations during
and following an emergency, p
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1 1 1 r? n no i ,n i v:'A .. m. i
I II II, II HI Ixi III:
I IjNEA Service, Inc. ' j
, on what a minor thlntr the "roads
"YON CAN'T WIN"
. As you recognize, the problem
Of :assuriil iuch continuity of
nion leadershio is materially dif
ferent than in the case of indus
trial management. But I am hope hopeful
ful hopeful that we will soon have some
progress to report,"
Few realize the chaos which can
spring from failure of the labor
movement and the government to
get up a corps of second string
leaders. There are Communist
By BOB RUARK.
As one who is madly rushing
toward senility and is conscious
daily of a new ache or another
inch of eroded hairline, it gives
me a deal of pleasure to read
where simple, kindly old spi
rin is making, a comeback. There
are so many fine and fancy spe-j
cities around today that it s real
pleasant to see an old friend hold
up bis head again.
The Ninth International Conbress
on Rheumatic Diseases has just
reported that aspirin is equally
effective as cortisone and other
high-flown, two toned miracle miracle-worker
worker miracle-worker in the treatment of pain;
ful muscles and joints. Aspirin,
they also report, is not prone to
now for protection of masses of
skilled workers. One company nas
a meaner plan it cot up lists of
retired workers in the areas with
a schedule of their skills so they
can be rushed in to replace injur
Obviously this end of the pro program
gram program needs rushing. Just so we
1-un,u thai nil tha olicroninir atanri.
'sleepers" in the auto industry, by michinery will be manned in
t- vi. .n. t "nm Fun Charles Mangels was certain-
...... i i, v. .if rtvrhino. better than that he
-jy pm-neuc, u i -" .--0
'' should go back to sea. Although he may say it's a gripe and a
' growl, let me tell you pf my cwn experience in the 10 M.P.H. area.
' I was traveling in that holy land and noticed a Navy truck
; behind me I was conscious of it all the time and therefore was
possibly more careiul. However, as l reacnea me mam gi w
; t-o out of the post this seme truck came flying around me and
"ailed me to a halt. 1 was given a ticket for speeding, careless
'i driving and falling to halt at a stop sign. Knowing he was be be-;!
;! be-;! hind me I doubt 11 it was doing all those things. However, I got
to LaterS returned to the post and again noticed this same
'. truck behind me, so to be quite sure I was not exceeding the
speed limit, I traveled at b M.P.H. However, that did not suit
;" the Navy boy in the truck. He swung in front of me, narrowly
mlsslne; an oncoming car and the sign in the middle of the road,
and twin he stopped me. When I asked what was wrong this
' time, he said: "Now you'll get a ticket for obstructing traffic."
You can't win can you.
the steel mills, the electronic field,
aircraft and even in the food in industry.
dustry. industry. Unless strong labor lead
ers arrive on the scene of a new
factory, or a plant crowded with
refugee workers from bombed-out
sites, pro vocal eurs may do in ac action
tion action urging strikes, or harping on
grievances to stir dissatisfaction
and thus disrupt production.
Furthermore, the (ebor leaders
of today are skilled technicians
knowing as much about distribu distribution
tion distribution and production at many
management executives. They
can re-organiie a plant, get the
skilled workers up end root out
the disrupters fester than any
ether band ef men.
These labor men, too, can es
tablish aud operate emergency fa
cilities. At the recent Chicago con
vention of the. Hotel and Restaur
ant Workers, for example, the
leaders there organized a standby
emergency mass feeding system.
All the union's 400 locals have been
asked to druw up lists of cooks.
This union has many food spe-,
cia lists in its ranks and can help
keep a bombed-out area from poi poisoning
soning poisoning itself on spoiled victuals.
To be brutally frank, industry
hasn't matched government or U U-nion
nion U-nion efforts to handle masses of
workers or get up replacements.
There are virtually no plans up
i.,e non-target areas.
troublesome side effects, and be
sides, it don't cost much.
This leads me to a treastise
which would be called reactionary
if Grandpa had written it. I got
a theory which will go down in in-medical
medical in-medical archives as the Immuta Immutable
ble Immutable Curmudgeon's Law according
to Dr. R. Kuark, unfrocked physi physician.
cian. physician. It's this: The reason why ev
erybody leeJs so lousy today, is
not atomic fallout or that basely
wonderful aid to serenity, the cig
arette. It s just that every time
the docs come up with a new
cure they got to find a fresh ma-
ady to keep .the population ,in
lalance. New pill," new symptom.
New shot, new disease.
As I was saying to the crowrtei
heads of Johns. Hopkins the other
day, after a particularly deft piece
of leeching, this must stop. We
need must, slew .down, boys, and
this diagnosis of everything as vi virus
rus virus has got to quit.
We must go back to the days of
our- founding fathers, who died on only
ly only from the galloping consumption'
and Indian arrow wounds. Back
we must go to the asafetida bag,
worn arouna the neck like a con
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jur charm, and there will be ho
more passing of the common cold
and similar germs. This for the
simple reason that it is impossible
to approach, a persin wearing an
asafetida bag around the neck be
cause oi me stench.
Sulphur-and -, molasses in the
spring, as a blood nurse, has fall.
i en into shameful disuse. That's one
reason we have all these new ail ailments
ments ailments that make the hypochon-
unacs, wnu worry so mucn aoout
a pimpie here and a blotch there,
fall prey to coronarv thromhoi
As I was saying to the Mayo
-iuuc ine ocner day, arter a har-
luwiiiK .mnrninff.. in rn.' theater
wrir areeausea Dy handling
toatf frogsnd .don't let nobody
teB yoC. no different.1 They nod'i
UCU ill etSSCUL. v. 1 vJ'Vl
' : t . "J '. '--r".
Then I said: "You want a
quick curre for heart attacks?"
They looked up eagerly..
Laying i down my Bluejay corn
plaster. I said, gravely:
"Bring back the pick-toed shoe
and get rid of these two toned
y BIIW aiARSON
WASHINGTON The President
delivered a httle oen talk to Con-
. - jr w
gressionai Kepubiican chiefs : at
their closed-door session last week,
but he came ud with no strateev
to break the soutfiern filubuster.
Ike toUi the leaders he strongly
preferred passage of the c i v i 1
rights bill now, rather than next
session. There would be other im important
portant important legislation to think of next
January, the President said. How However,
ever, However, he stressed that he wasn't
trying to dictate to the leaders, on only
ly only expected them to do all they
could to bring in a civil rights
measure! this summer.
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Me, from day to day, the world or.
- Big forrie I5t Plus deposit
cars and new airplanes. The tight
sqoe raaKcs a man walk slow,
because he has corns. Ergo, viz.,
and ,to wit, if he has no two-toned
car and no airplane, he either has
to walk slow or get a horse. The
aay me oueey wmp lactorv
thrives again, gentlemen, will see
the finish of heart disease. Scal
pel, nurse, this corn is dug in a
little deeper than I thought."
Harking back to warts and moles
as possible indications of incipient
cancer, I destroyed modern theo
ry by quoting Mark. Twain and
Madame DuBarry. In "Tom Saw Sawyer,"
yer," Sawyer," Twain explained that warts.
come of handling toad frongs, can
easily be cured Dy plunging the
afflicted member into spunk wa water
ter water in the dark of the moon.
Spunk water is the residual rain
water in a hollow stump.
As for : Madame DuBarry, any
student of history knows, her clas classic
sic classic creek: "A mole Is a beauty
spot and 'makes one beloved. If
you can't, grow, one, buy one and
paste it on. and always remem remember,
ber, remember, short-vamped shoes give you
a swing and sway.".
In any case, I'm glad aspirin's
back, because if aspirin's back
the buggy whip and universal pub-'
lie health cant be far behind.
"WeM. Mr. President,"" a I d
Stnate GOP leader William
KnowlaTtd of Colifornia, "we may
as well get straight on one thing.
We won't be able to stop the
southern filibuster if the Senate
attompto to enact the civil
rights measure In the same form
that it pessed the House."
Knowland pointed out. however.
that he thought there was "a good
cha ice of invoking cloture" (must
ering a two thirds Senate vote to
stop the filibuster) if two changes
were made in the House bill.
First, he said. Section 3 of the
bill would have to be snaroiv re
vised and "limited to voting pro
tection.".' It must strike out any
language construed by the south
to enable the use of Federal troops
to force "school integregation. Sec Second,
ond, Second, Knowland suggested GOP ac
ceptance pf Democratic senator
O'Mahoney's amendment to per permit
mit permit jury trials of civil rightsl viola
tions where questions of fact are
in doubt. 1 : ;
' Knowland contended that the two
changes woulc weaken southern
F position and that UUf support
the O'Mahoney proposal would
help to solidify Republicans and
northern Democrats in a vote on
cloture. Eisenhower said he had
"If this works out. we can
ston the filibuster in Us tracks."
said Knowland "If it doesn't, of
course. I will have to make other
plans. Lyndon Johnson (the Sen
ate Democratic leader from lex
as i sav:, he will agree to put civil
rights on the calendar lor de Date
beginning in January of next year,
in the event of a long deadlock this
Moscow, has sounded out Adm
Arleigh Burke, Chief of Naval 0'
perations, about coming to Rus
sia, in exchange, Adm. Sergei
uorshkoff of the Russian Navy
wouio come to wasnmgton v
Postmaster General Summerfield
may soon have to answer the ques question:
tion: question: Why art so many Coca-Cola
vending iriachines' in VS. post oft
fices? 'ThU' House 'Government 0
perations (Committed will ask' hint
why he favor one orfnit'over an
other ..! Louie1 "Satchmo" Arm
strong, the man wittrthe hot tram
pet, wa rebuffed the other-day
when he tried to call on President
Eisenhower before he went abroad
on a good-will tour for the USA.
Armstrong has won more friends
for the USA abroad than almost
any, of our striped-pants ambas
sadors, and vanted to say good-bye
to the President. Though Ike had
time foi a lot of courtesy callers
that week, he turned the hot trum
Eeter down... Morale in the State
lepartment has increased about
50 pet cent since Scott McLeod.
the gumshoe hatchet man, left to
become Ambassador to Ireland...
It took real courage for Senators
Johnson and xarborough of Tex
as to vote last week for imme
diate debate on the civH rights bilL
This was the first time in history
that exas Senators have so voted.
T "kit carson- Allen ;
GOP Congressman Leo Allen of
Illinois is one of the busiest mem members
bers members of Congress.' A power in Re Republican
publican Republican circles, he has little time
to call his own. i
He usually finds time for his
favorite hobby, however, conduct conducting
ing conducting students on tours of the Capi Capitol
tol Capitol Allen has built up such a re re-putatiou
putatiou re-putatiou as a guide that other Con
gressmen rail him "Kit Carson.''
"A let bf these youngsters are
en o budget; end ttuy save a lit little
tle little by not htvlng to pay the reg-'
guier guide fees," says Allen,
.referring to tl high school stu students
dents students who came "to see the No Notion's
tion's Notion's Capitol. "Besides, H means,
oiruthing to them to be shown
aruiind personaHy by therr Con Congressman,
gressman, Congressman, It's helped me, toe ..:
Since starting these tours, I've
learned things about the .Capitol
' I never know before."
, Recently, Allen's knowledge was
Increased while he was expound expounding
ing expounding about an antique grandfath-
ers clock outside the1 Senate
Chamber. 11 fK
' "That is probably the most fam famous
ous famous timepiece in the Capitol," he '
said. "It is known as the 'Ohio' ;
clock, because it dates back to the
time Ohio was admitted to the U U-nion
nion U-nion more than 150 years ago, yet
it still keeps good time. You- will
note that the lace and hands are
wood, end I. am told that the in-
side works are also made of wood."
I hate to contradict ou. sir"
piped up a student tourist. "but
that is impossible, according to
what I have been taught in my
high school physics class. Every
ciock neeos some Kino 01 a spring
to make the hands function, ana
I've never heard of a J wooden
spring that could do the trick."
Rep. Allen checked up and found
that the' boy was right. Though a
legend has grown up in the Ca Capitol
pitol Capitol tha. the "Ohio" clock i made
entirely of wood, the main parts'
are steel, ..
INSIDE THf KREMLIN I
Diplomatic circles are bur zing
over the way one chubby blonde
Russian lady came to the rescue
of Nikita Khrushchev during Mos Moscow's
cow's Moscow's recent purge. it
Site is Madam Furtseva, wife of
the Russian Ambassador to Yu-
At one point in the hectic batt battling
ling battling inside the Kremlin the Malen-kov-Molotov
anti-Khrushchev plot plotters
ters plotters had Khrushchev iust about
down and out. They had steam
rollered the Presidium by a vote
ef 7 to 4 intu kicking Khrushchey
out ot office.
Khrushchev then staged quite
an act. He protested, screamed,
threatened, finally war able te
bulldoze hie opponents Into a a-gracing
gracing a-gracing te let thn big Central
Communist Committee r a tif y
their vote before he stepped out.
He argued this would leek bet better
ter better te the Russian public and the
wocld, according to diplomatic
Khrushchev's opponents agreed,
only because, they, were Supremely
confident they could get the Cen Central
tral Central Committee to ..rubberstamp
wren uei'inmn. .1 ire v rec&Oned Wlttt'
hilt FVlMn. r.i.).... V
. Madam ffh4Vft AtrimtsMa4aami
tie tour of key Soviet- areas, By -the
;timt -of the CentralSCommlt.
tee meeting, she had managed tto
collect the signatures of 75 provin-
cial governors and regional Com-
muni st leaders on a petitio" sup supporting
porting supporting Khrushchev. k 1
. ..... "fV..f
She got back to the Central
Committee meeting just in time.
Khrushchev waved the. petition in
front of members and when they
saw the powerful suonort he tiad
from thr provinces they rallied be behind
hind behind him. Klirushchev then kicked
Out his enemies and promoted the
lady who saved him to be the nn.
S woman member of the Presi Presi-ium.
ium. Presi-ium. 1
A bitter struggle is raeine In
side the Syrian Army. It may erupt
into open revolt Pro-Soviet forces
are now in command. Shukru al-
Kuwatly ducked out for Europe to
avoid getting caught in the mid middle.
dle. middle. Oa the outcome will denend
whether Russia has a satellite in
the Near- East ... .' Another Red :
purge msy be brewing in Red China.-
Two factions are known to be
leading the,. Chinese Politboro
with Premier Chou En-lai favor
ing international expansion, and
another -faction, led by Liu Shao Shao-chl,
chl, Shao-chl, wanting to consolidate Red
gains at home. American experts -bejieve
Mao Tse-tung is strong e
nough to keep pesce in nil Polit-
boro. bit he s an old man. and.
when he dies, a struggle for pow- -er
can be expected worse than
that following Stalin's death in
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FRIDAY, JUL J, 1951
: .-.-.-a v !tH PANAMA AJVlL&lCAN LNDEIU-iDEwT DA1LX NEWfSPAi'Ell
Gives Birth Willi
GREEN AY, Wis, (UP)-An
It-year-old girl whose pregnancy
waa uniBoWn to her parents gave
birth to a daughter unassisted at
her hornet the sheriff's pfflce re reported
ported reported today. m1 i
Sheriff Artley Skenandore said
the baby, weighing 5 pounds and
15 ounces,' was bom aV 3aly
but died shortly afterward due to
uhattendance.r The young mottaer.
was reported in good condition.
Skenandore said the girl had the
child while her parents were at
work- and hid the body under a
bed where it was discovered boUt
four hours later. ,
Skenandore said ,.the father was
known and juvnile court action is
pending against him. t
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NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. (UP) Ford assembly;. plant in Dallas,
Tk."vuiftf itfflnatplnl 'hnnmv. 'in
th Snufh has rexutted in no sig
nificant -employment gains for Ne
groes, -a spoKesman tor me ana -tional
Association for the Advance Advance-ment'iof
ment'iof Advance-ment'iof Colored People! said
Herbert -Hill, NAACP labor se se-cretary,
cretary, se-cretary, said this was indicated by
a recently completed association
Hill. anekVine nt the summer
workshop of the- Rutgers Univerr
Sliy insiiuue 01 jviauageuieui uu
Labor Relations, said that Negroes
war tlll in 1 vrv nnor Position
in the .textile industry, the basic
MluuBlljr Ui. iun' uvutu ;
iha inn nnn IavHia work-
ert in Virginia. Northland South
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er spinner or loom iixtr, ne saia.
. t'On: -miizht hsve- snticiDated
that- aouthern' industrial develop
ml wnnln rult in ffraater use
of available. Negro labor.. Unfor -tunately
this has not happened."
Hill pointed out that -Negro gains
In the field of heavy industry also
"'Negro employment is negugi -ble
in such -major industrial plants
as the -'General Motors- and Ford
nlantit -inr Atlanta! -Have Aircraft
Co: in'Birmuighamv-and the big
1-,yas Via caiff
., Speaking of trade unions, Hill
said they were torn in: the South
between, "traditional-; numamiar
ian and democratic ideals" and
the 'regional bias ; against integra
inn''"- '- :'
Because the racial policies of
trade unions are orien ine Decisive
factor in aetermuung, im, empio;
major sectors of the economy, it
is hoped the national leadership of
the At LrClO wm soon proceea 10
eliminate anti-Negro practices- in
tne ranxs ox juimaiea unions, ntu
iJurdcrcd Boy Goes To Unmarked
Gravt? As Cops Vow To Find Culpri
PHILADELPHIA (UP) T h e
battered body of a nameless uttie
bov went to its grave today,, carp
ried by six policemen whoj have
I sworn never to give ;up : weir
search for his murderer ,--
Cant. Warren GutbneU. chap
lain at i the Philadelphia Navy
Yard1, conducted a non-denomina
tional service over the little cas
ket at a funeral home,; and burial
was beneath a man meadstone.
Voluntary contributions : irom
member? of the citv nolice de
partment paid for the funeral in
cooperation with the Philadelphia
t unerai directors Assn,
VlAivAf- ttiirrniinilAil thai aalr-t.
containing the body of the blue-
eyed, brown-naired uttie noy wno
was murdered last Feb. '26. Many
we're sent by Philadelphians who
had. read about the homicide
squad's determination that he
ahmilri tint find a final restinff
place in potter's field.
'All funeral arrangements -were
made, by Capt. David' Roberts,
head of the homicide squad, who
considers the .unsolved murder,
one of the greatest challenges
ever: faced by police here .:
The little boy, between four' and
six years old, was beaten to death
and his body wrapped in a faded
plaid blanket and stuffed in a
cardboard box, was thrown into a
vacant lot in suburban Fox Chase.
All attempts-to -identify him or
his killers have failed
The box containing- the body
originally had contained bas bassinet,
sinet, bassinet, and police traced it to. a
store in suDuroan-. upper unoy
where 12 similar bassinets had
been sold from Dec.. 3 to mid-
February. v?". if -.r 7
An appear to the public brought
forth most of the purchasers, and
their cartons were accounted for.
A few still have not been found.
From Coed Home
Retouched .photographs' of the
boy have been -sent throughout the
country by the thousands; televi
operated by showing his picture
Police said 'the boy apparently
came from a good home -because
l hiil hwn Vfll rarffd for. He
was 41 inches tall, and weighed
anoui w pounas. ne migai- nave
hni) riofnrt in hia left eve. hut he
did not wear, glasses. He had In Injured
jured Injured his chin at one time, leaving
- .- W - 1
an tiHsnapea scar.
Rut ..' eiir nft -hearted rieteff.
tives gently placed the coffin in
its grave they vowed that some
day the neaustone wouia di en
graved with a name.
Dance Band Plays
On In Darkened,
Hot Casino Royal
WASHINGTON, July 26 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The lights are out these nights at I
the Casino Koyai.
Th li ennHitinnlnff Is off. The
windows are shut. Tne ooors are
inoVori There' ian't even a peanut
butter sandwich in the house.
. But there's music
Each night. Bob Simpson and his
seven-niece dance band show up
in white dinner jackets and fill the
close, heated air with soothing mel
The Casino Roval closed for re
furbishing last week. But the
band's contract had one weex to
, The band Insisted on .being paid
for the final weeK.
Restaurant manager Leon Zeigcr
insisted, that if he paid tney
"I explain' the situation to the
boys and they say fine just so
lone as I nay them. Zeiger said.
"If I'm going to pay tor 11, im
l. u c 'I'fM Aftlno it I
sion stations in this area havt co- going to get it. So I'm getting it
Tha wo to, a. nvm't heart h
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2nd DAY of
lOth Anniversary Sale
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Originally 19.95 to 65.00
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7.95 to 35 00
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NOW FROM $1.50
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ONCE IN A LIFETIME
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FRENCH IMPORTS! r
FAMOUS MAKES IN
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FOR EVENING OR
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TO ATfSSD RECEPTION AT TIVOLI
W Ntw employes of the Panama Canal Company will be
ropLortunity to m-et Goy. William E.
tanal officials toniSht at an informal recep turn beins held
hy tut Perionncl Bureau traininj: office at 7:30 in the Fern
; Room of the Tlvoli Guf st House. .m r.n,i wmi
Three special motion pictures on the Panama Canal will
be shown following which a buffet will be rved.
Aowoimatel, seventy-five new employes and their 1 Urn Urn-ilies
ilies Urn-ilies f?o lth ,id of the Isthmus are expected to attend.
Penm- Docteri' Wives
T. u.lii ftanalit Tea
The Ptinam? Doctors' Wives will,
hold Ciiasia-or-Bridge tea at
the Union Club on the afternoon
of July 21 for the benefit of hos-
piUls in Parisnia. Everyone is
wekonst to altenB.
Group, fvorn the Canal Zone who;
plan to sucna may odii
from Mrs. Frank P. Smith, Balboa
372. Tickets Vill be $1.00 each.
6rga; Deetsrt Manor
And Ti.jir Wives
i Staff doctori and residents of
Gorgas Hospital are giving a cocktail-barbecue
- dance tomorrow
night at the Policemen's Lddge
on Chivt-Chiva trail, in honoi1 of
the new. internes at the hospital
and their wives.
Some of the local doctors will
act as, chefs, and a local combo
will supply dance music.
The Ladies' Auxiliary Fleet Re Reserve
serve Reserve No. 50 held a meeting last
CALYPSO! -' CALYPSO!
in the BALBOA BAR this weekend
Featuring THE BARON
nON RRYANT. alvnso comedian-singer
jl' '"H chosen from
Variety Night Search for Talent
2 SHOWS NLGHTLY 2
j FRI. & SAT. 12 Midnight and 2 a.m.
SUNDAY 10 p.m. and 12 Midnight
! Start the weekend fun in the Balboa Bar
I Hear the Baron, accompanied by the
CAROL GREAVES TRIO, who also play until
; 4:30 cr.m. Friday and Saturday.
enjoy yourself at El Panama
It's cheaper than you think
Four Rosea Bourbon time is now.
Don't mice another moment's en enjoyment
joyment enjoyment of the incomparable
stnoothneM and richness of this
fif I FOUR I
y BOURBON I
' if a 1 1 fce I
It's time for
Four Roses Bourbon
AVAILABLE IN YOUR CANAL ZONE CLUB
Pm, 2-0740 2-0741 U
Tuesday night on the Atlantic
side Seven new memoers were
wel-omcd by tors. Peggy 'Burkland,
who oiiiciau-u at tne meeting.
Thcv were Mesdaraes Kay Kose,
Biliie .lohnscn, Carole Piper, Lor Lorraine
raine Lorraine Mims, Alma Collins, Loret Loret-ta
ta Loret-ta i.ancost, and Midge Douglas.
Mrs. Kav Pratt, who is to join
next month, was a est.
The Auxiliary announced that
plans are being made lor a big
tiiD to Ei Panama on Sept. t..
Members win would like to join
the bowling league should call
Mrs. Tob) Aierula, CocOu Solo
8j)6. The raffle this month was
won bv Chief Thompson; and a
bun voyase wis wished toesdames
Bea Tiwinpsoii, Billie Johnson, and
Lee LeCltrc. .
buftf: supper and a social
followed 'the' business meeting.
Mesdames A'leen Tassell, Mary
Worlds Mid Eileen Coke were
Rainbow Girls Cancel
Santa Clara Part
The Santa Clara Bar party
which had been scheduled for Sat
A Kirkcbr Koltl
It's time to step
It J pftmptiif I loM-mumltn Jink.'
9.00 J 10 tf.
urday tbinonow by the Balboa
Assembly No. 1, Order of the
Itambow tor uiris, has been can
Shower at Ft. Amador
For Miss Esther Reynolds
Miss Esther Reynolds, whose
marriafi to Mr. Kafaei Jidwin
Niskanin is planned for Aug. 2,
was honored last Thursday eve
ning with a miscellaneous shower
. i ... i rinAMn ri
al me run mimuui viutcu u
pen Mess. Mrs. Joseph W. Casey
Mrs. Albert II. Flumer, and Mrs.
Calviri H. Johnson were hostess
The guest included the bride-e-lecl's
mother and grandmother,
Mrs. James J. Evans and Mrs.
EstJier Misrachi of the Atlantic
Side, and Mesdames Pat Ryan, R.
Feriell, Joseph W. Casey, Ted
Bembenek. Charles A. Garcia, Per Percy
cy Percy Shaw, Louis de Armas, Frank
J. Leap, A. Kelly, Robert Daniel,
Hewitt Tucker, Robert McCaskey,
t?KoH T Pucsoll Baldwin Turbv-
fill, Francis Russell, Melba Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, Be tty Dill, Blanc Fischer,
Goylta Conn, Lydia Storch, and
Margie sel'ey; and Misses xecina
Alvarado, Jo Ann Block. Nancy
Ramsey Mercedes Garcia, Mer Mercedes
cedes Mercedes Benjamin, and Hilda Fer Fernandez.
nandez. Fernandez. (Continued on Pace 6.
Snap And Precision
Selling Drill Pace
For Sykes Regulars
Snap and precision In drill
f. i. thp order of the
day at Fort Kobbe, a training
note distributed tnis weeK Dy
the 20th Infantry Regiment In Indicates.
dicates. Indicates. Published to established poli policies
cies policies regarding the conduct of
riumnnnt.erf drill, the note states
that the men of "Sykes Regu
lars" will henceiorin receive a
minimum of five hours of drill
The one exception will toe dur during
ing during field training. While in the
field the drill period will be cut
to one hour weekly.
a Emphasis in the drllUna; will
be on marchtarwtth the rifle at
right shoulder arms and preci precision
sion precision in flanking nd turning
The directive, from the 20th
infantry's commanding officer,
nnkut ur norratt. nlaces
further emphasis on stepping
Oil, muuiui(, .v..b. --handling
handling --handling the rifle smoothly and
"Execution of the manual of
arms with snap and precision
will be emphasized, according
to the note, "with particular
stress placed on inspection
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MISS MANUELITA VALLARINO MORRICE, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Aquilino Vallarino of Panama City, will leave tonight
for New Orleans, where she will ; take s part in .wetk-long
fashion festival spbnsored by that city's leading fashion firms.
Miss Vallarino, Who attends Newcomb College, was chosen to
represent Panama In the festival,- during which the season's
newest college fashions will be displayed by a selected group
of coeds. f )
Bids For Locks Conversion
To 60-Cycle Sought By PC
Bids for the conversion from 25
to 60-cycles of all frequency sen sensitive
sitive sensitive appliances, machines and
equipment on the Panama Canal
Locks and the Miraflores Bridge
are now being solicited by the Pa
nama Canal Company.
Bids on the project, which is one
of the largest to be placed for the
Power Conversion Project, are be
ing advertised both locally and in
the United Mates.
They are scheduled to be open opened
ed opened the morning of Oct. 23 in the
Excluded from this phase of the
conversion program are the locks
towing locmotives which will re
main in service at 25-cycies until
a decision is made as to their re replacement.
placement. replacement. ,ir.-'.,v.m m .y
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A total of 423 bid items are listed
in the specifications for conversion
of the Pedro Miguel, Miraflores,
and Gatun Locks, and -for the
bridge across the Canal at Mira Miraflores.
flores. Miraflores. These items include equipment
which operates the miter gates; the
chain fenders, and the machinery
which swings open and close the
In the program outlined for the
conversion, the east and west lock
lanes are to be converted separate separately
ly separately and no single lane can be out
of service more than, 12 days.
The project will take approxi approximately
mately approximately two years to complete aft after
er after the successful contractor is giv given
en given notice to proceed.
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Panama City "'
The1 49th anniversary of the Cal
vary, Baptist Church will Tein
Sunday with the 11 a.m. worship
service and will continue for a full
week. .-a 1 he anniversary themey is
"I Will Build My Church (Matthew
16:18b.) .l. -1
Reyr Louis A. Sealey, pastor,
will preach on the subject 'Three
Marks of a Living Church" at
the morning service. Musical, se
lections will be rendered dv comb
med choirs during the course of
the week. t
An afternoon anniversary urv
ice .at' 3 will feature hyma sing
ine, scripture reading and music
al selections by the Cherub and
Young People s choirs. Rev. R. G,
Van Royen will speak on the sub
ject "I Will Build My Church
On Monday night at 7:30, Rev
F. H. Walters will preach on, ''I
will Build My Church Ihrougn
Worship, At the same time on Tues
day evening, Kev. Isaac V. Perez
will talk on "I Will Build My
Church Through Christian Educa
tion. Wednesday, Rev. David Jem
mott wil preach on the tonic
win uuiia juy unurchv Through
Prayer." :," ':c-'??rr7"$
On Thursday, night. Rev. Vern
on T. Yearwood- will preach ; on
the subject I Will Build My Church
Through 1 Chtisuan r witnessing:"
The public has been Invited to at
tend the church's anniversary serv
ices. .. ..
On Sunday morning at 10:40 a
m., God and Country awards will
De presented to four candidates
during the morning service at the
Gamboa Union Church. u
At morning worship, medals will
be pinned; on the candidates. Min
ister of the church, Rev. Walker
M. Alderton. will officiate. Offi
cials of the Canal Zone Council of
Boy Scouts, have been invited.
Judge Guthrie r. Crowe will
make a brief address. A contin contingent
gent contingent of Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts,
Sea Scouts, Cubs and Brownies are
expected to be present in uniform.
Special services of thanksgiving
will terminate the week-long ob
servance of the 18th anniversary of
St. Christopher's Episcopal Church,
Rio Abajo, oa Sunday. t
At a.m. tad TsSO i.bv., Holy
Communion, will be celebrated and
the members of the mission will
make their corporate communion.
Rev. Clarence W. Hayes, priest-in-charge,
will deliver the sermon at
the later service,
At 10:30 a.m., morning prayer
and church school will be conduct conducted
ed conducted and Holy Baptism will.be ad administered
ministered administered at 12 noon. V
The observance will dose with
evensong and sermon at 6:30 p.m.
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... Only thai tendereet pea, se
Ucted for taste, size and color.
Kinto every can of Green Giant I
a packed at tha fleeting"
moment of perfect flavor, s
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UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
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A)m Handling Refrigerate and Chilled Cargo
New York Service
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Weekly sjufiors tu erve f Rssxer ships New -York,
New OrJetns, Los Anreles, Sa Frtncisw
- ymd Seattle.'. -; :". :
CriClAl. ROUND TRIP FASSEAtiEK FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOAi
Te New Tart nasi Retnr ,.. .U4l.t
Ta L Aarelea aa San Franeiaeo ana
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TELEPHONES: ; .
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2904.
with Rev. Henry Cluver' as special
preacher. Ft. Cluver is th j field
director of the armed forces branch
of the American Red Cross in the
Canal Zone. T,
1 The public is invited to attend
these services. t 1
Can Gel 50 Percent
Of Enemy Bombers
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V WASHINGTON, July 26 XUP)
ine Air force says hi jet, inter interceptors
ceptors interceptors -are carying .new guided
missiles designed to destroy up
to 90 per cent of enemy bombers
that come within their lethal range.
The high "kill rate" was claim claim-ed
ed claim-ed for a new model of the Falcon
missile which is equipped with a
heat-seeking device that lea,ds it
to attacking aircraft. , :,
The Air Force aid the airborne
missile has. knocked down a dozen
Matador pilotless bomoers in tests,
The Matadors were. traveling near
the speec of sound when destroy'
ed by FaTcon which were not e e-quipepd
quipepd e-quipepd with warheads. ; v t ;
The new Falcon sense invad
ing aircraft at distances of more
than five miles througn the infra infrared
red infrared radiation they emit. It dif
fers from, earlier models which are
guided by their own radar.
$66 Million Takes
3 'Other Towers
lsimw vnBK Jniv as fUPl The
hiuoMl real rttite deaL in New
York city history was .announced
yesterday when Webb and Khapp
irrii tn oil three llrvcrraOATX-.
including the Chrysler building
ior sue miuion.
. i ...
Th hullHinPi include the 30-stO
ry- Graybar building, and the VI-
story cnrysier &ast Annex Desiaes
the main 77-story Chrysler -tower,
the city's second tallest building.
Th hnvr 1 'ivndiratn heart
ed by Lawrence A. VVien.. He will
assume the 75 per cent control
Ulak nH VA.nn Kiimht trnm th
Chrysler family Interests rfor $52
t The deal involve ?2t million in
cash., -U '
SAN FERNANDO. Calif., lulv
26 UP)Police yesterday sought
a' thief who might be planning to
open a baroersnop. uiippers,
shears, conrns ana nair, tonic were
stolen early Tuesday from a local
. . .ABf as
. 5 Sack aetiee ht laluiea Ta- this
eelunta ihtuld be ukmiMa m
tysswritCea farm ant mail a
Ik baa aumber liil4 daily in '$
rial and Otherwise," aelivetaa -bV
acid U tha eMiaa; Matieet af
meaNnaa eanaet b acceaiae! b
telaaheaa. .1 ? ', 'I -
Panama Oddfellows ,-'
Meet On Sunday v" im'f'-.
. TLo executive meeting of tha
grand united order ,of Oddfellow
withinr the re lms of th.;RepubUe
of Panama will be held on Sun
nay at 2 p.m. at the Three Sisters-
Lodge Hall -at, 4050 Amador
All past Plstrict Tahd Master!
are sked to attend; as there if
lots' of important business -to trait
iact.' s ? '-y
klt.lrl HUtarw Saeiet '
To Meet in Panama .V v
The Jf anma Canal jNatural His History
tory History society win 'Bifiet.. v eanes eanes-oay,
oay, eanes-oay, Ouir t a p.m."at tnaUor
gas Jviemoiial .Laoortoryj.ana
ma tuy' . -;', 'U
omttrs will. t 'elected. wr tha
coiuuig, yenr, ana speaker ior. tna
evening will Je Dr.-Rodolfo V,
Young ehieof the Chest ervica
at Comas Hospital. Members may
bring gaestSj.. v, .'
Man Held In Fake
Bomb Scare Which
Delayed Airliner ;
NEW YORK (UP)-A -year-old
laborer wa held for; a federal
grand jury- today- on charges he
phoned a fake bomb- scare : ta
Eastern Air lAnts sa he could
spend a few more hours with tet
camp-bound Army paL
PhrUf(n Rnhlntnn. of HiHff.
wood, Queens, was. arrested Wed
nsday bythe FBI. 'He was held
in $15,000 bond for the grand jury
The government said at hi ar arraignment
raignment arraignment that Robiason phoned
Eastern Air Lines at 12:S0 a.m. -Tuesday
and laid a 'bomb had
been placed aboard Flight, 541 for
Atlanta. - ... t
The plane, with 35 passengers
scheduled for the flight." was de
layed three hours while a search
was made. No bomb was found
The .-FBI '.did not sav howrit an
prehended Rebinsom.: He could re
ceive a seiitencav of : a year ia
prison. vf'va 7' V
Jlud:nb ll::r Tc!!t
On Jlock Exch:n;3 ;
Tiffany Richardson. : resident
partner for Panama of the New
York stock brokers firm, Auer
back, Pouak and- Richardson. -
delivered a lecture yesterday at ;
the University ; of Panama.;, on
the subject "Investing in Securi Securities."
ties." Securities." ,
Richardson's talk was riven
to students Qf the course ; 1 on
business administration, of tha
School of Commerce of the Uni
- ; :!;'?;SViw-
Rogelio E. Alfaro, professor of
the cours in introducing tha
speaker, .drew attention to tha
increasing importance that: is
being given on the Isthmus to
securities, investment V activity,
as evidenced by the establish establishment
ment establishment of branch- offices of two
important U3. brokerage lirms:
Auerback, JPollak and Richard- :
son,' established over three yeara t
ago, and .Thompson and McKln. -.
non, opened, Juet a few. months
RlcbaVnson'a. talk, dealt, with
such matters as the. nature of
the 8tc-:k. Exchange, -the role
played by the stockbroker and
the different .type of traiuac-.
tions that can -be effected with
stocks and bonds, Including
"short" alea.:v -.. ...
The iTnited States Ar'my Medr- -ckl
Service will celebrate it 112nd
anniversary tomorrow, and in N
keeping with the occasion, the TJ.
S. Army Caribbeia surgeon and v
other members of medieal acti acti-vifies
vifies acti-vifies la the command will appear
on. CFN-TV'i Armed Forces Hour
program at J:15 p.m. oa that date.
Alt phases -of army medieal op op-era
era op-era tions ia the Panama, area wUI
be presented during the- program.
iooic -ot SVTAKSCa
youu pino Q 9ALITT
. .New, SI AUTOMOBILE ROW . v
bfti ritv arotit Vern1: Sr.hleld of Waverly, Iowa. a manufacturer: stands beside his M-20
Pobeda which he boukht in
to the United States with government approval and is being
Backyard Swimming Pools
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Nudge TV As Wanted Item
By RpBJjRTl SHORTAU -.
NEW YORK (UP) "Anyone
who can-afford a or' can; afford
a swimnung pool' i
Thu ia a vpvnote of the sales
camDaian ithat iias made. the
swimming 'pool a familiar i sight
in America's backyards the past
few years. ,.
Sales1 .have been 5 mushrooming
and are expected to mane a nau
billion dollar splash on the .retail
scene in 1957. Some mousiry lead leaders
ers leaders look for volume of a billion
dollars by the early 1960s.
Americans are .buying swim swimming
ming swimming 0ls today the same way
they buy cars and r other big
ticket items ---on tne iHsiaunem
plan. ;., -. ,. j
Pools, offered for backyard use
by some 500 manuyiciurers range
in price-from a $3 plastic wading
job for ids .to a $50,000 or more
custom-designed pool sunk in the
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Teiejhones: -406 tanu
. T 106S Colon
"Toaity, Triday, July 26
i-vn u noT.'i vniir khvii i lr lie
' quests taken by phon'
40 .Mem "r'i
5:35 What's Vour Fatorlt
' 6 :00-Muslcal Interlude
6;iS-iSports n :';
' REVIEW (Pabst Beer) ;
6:30 Your Dancing Party
7:00 Thirty-Mlnvtej The atei
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7:iOVOA Report from VS.
8:60 Music By Roth
8:30 Hancock's Half Hour '
. a-nn vnu Asked ror It re-
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!8:15-The Hour of St. Francla
i:30 Musical. Reveille
;t:00 News ,x
;:15 The Christophers
! 8:30 As I See It
m-ns;rrtn. Anrt Needles (re-
I ; quests taken by phone
' I tilf 8;30 "J -(5-
tl:30 BBC Jazz Club
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(2:05 Luncheon Musl
J:30 New Tunt Tim
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(1:30 Wayne King serenade
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13:15 Rhythm And Reason ,.
lj:30 Parts SUr lime
13:00 Concert On The Mail -3:30
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4:00 Interlude. J15 Mini,:
;4:15Church of Christ .
;4:30 What's Your Favorite fre fre-i
i fre-i quest taken by pnone
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:30 News'v' 1 'v
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;:00 1-;:00 Saturday Night Danelnf
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1:00 a.ni Sunday Sign Off.
Helsinki, Finland, for $1,890. The
image of a grand piano or a
TndiiKtrv nrVismpli sv thp nv
erage cost of permanent "Duut
in" pools is around $4,000.
At the end of 1958. aecnrriin'ff to
Swimming Pool A pa maua7in
there were about 90,000 pools in
tne country, against 2,500 in 1948.
More than half the rvtnlc liiva
been added in the past two years.
ine magazine estimated that by
the end nf 1957 the nntinW will
boast more than 135,000 pools.
Don PruesS-nreRldpnt irtf tnfor.
national Swimmine Pnnl C.nrn a
leading manufacturer of pools,
said "swim mine nnnla hiva ho.
come our second fastest; growing
maustry, surpassed only ; by tele television,"
vision," television," he added.
He attributed the sham in
crease to such factors as the
move to the suburbs, mom leisure
time, greater prosperity, and con
uuw wuic 1JI cvcljr -BJitJ, slldpe,
kit for thedo-it-yourselfer, ; v.
pi ANGOLA, La.;; July OjH
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fsjana Loui-fsjana State Penitentiary,, reported
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Propelled by her talkative!
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ber,. Barber,. 27, the tiny daughter of a
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security that one of them chucked
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While the baby slept -at home I
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over who wears tne pants,.,
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War Minister John Hare said
"the most difficult marriages" in
the proposed amalgamation of ar army
my army units ""was between a regi regiment
ment regiment which wore kilts and1 a regi regiment
ment regiment which Wore .thews (trousers).
He said the units c, will be left to
fight out the uniform of the day
"unless there is no reconciliation."
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UKIAHi Calif.sfUPWA 17 year
old sailor, admitted today he
"scared" when he looked out
window of his stolen plane
found he was making his first solo
flight over; the Pacific Ocean.,
But the sailor. Charles ; High
smith, made it back to land and
eventually brought his plane safe safely
ly safely down it ,the Ukiah airport. He
clipped- a couple of trees
landings-: i -. '.
A reception committee, includ
ing the sheriff, was on hand
greet him. He was taken to county
jail.. ;.-,' U:
Highsmith. whose home is Fort
Worth.' Tex,, went AWOL from
the carrier Bennington stationed
in San Francisco last Sunday. He
hitchhiked to Medford, Ore., and
then decided he'd better be, get
Highsmith had learned to ily
while member of the Civil Air
Patrol but had never soloed be
fore. He figured Tuesday night
wis' as good .a time as any to
He looked over few Rogue
Flying Service planes at Medford
airport and soon settled on a
single 1 engine Cessna 170.. He
kicked-over, the engine and took
off in the darkness. Then he began
to wonder if he'd done the right
"About a hundred miles out of
Medford. 1 eat eaucht in a lot of
mountains, he said. "Everywhere
I looked, a mountain was coming
Soon after, his radio went out,
"By then I didn't know where
I was. So I dropped down low,
to take a good look, The. ocean
was beneath me. That's when I
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. Gov.
Harold W. Handley, at the second
major embezzlement scandal in
volving,' Indiana officials in two
"All I can say Is, Handley ain't
MOSCOW Party Life, official
magazine of the Russian Commu
nist Party's 'Central Committee,
on the awful fate in store for
Russia if the disgraced Molotov
! group had had its way j
' The) policy of 4he intl party
group 'would have- meant industri
al stagnation., and ; agricultural de
pression and the country would
have been domed to famine."
DAYTON. Ohio Test pilot B.A
Erickson, after flying a new
bomber from Dayton to Fort
Worth, Tex., at a speed faster
fit was just a routine flight."
WASHINGTON. Deputy Un
dersecretary of State Robert Mur-
ipny. empnasizmg mat tne gov
ernment would continue to do its
best to see that U.S. GIs get fair
trials by foreign authorities:
"Thus far, the record shows
I that we havebeen successful in
WATERLOO. Iowa Ernest J.
Kolofolias, mystery witness, iden identifying1
tifying1 identifying1 a photograph of the latest
confessor to the Marilyn Sheppard
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Plane For First
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really got scared. So I headed
a direction I hoped was land."
i. By then, his compass had gone
OUt.. ;i r
After four hours of flying in
darkness, h Highsmith soon saw
lights below. Circling around, he
soon found the outlines of Ukiah
airport. By then it was dawn.
' "I saw a row of trees right in
front of me. I tried for altitude.
But' I couldn't pull over them.
Then I saw two trees with some
space between them. They just
seemed to part for me. I could
feel the leaves brushing under the
fuselage. And t hen I set
to set th
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Arf uhlblt Opens i,
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The public and military person person-'tfel?are
'tfel?are person-'tfel?are invited to visit the Atlan-
-tiC An UltUI exnjDH which wiu
""fltwn Monday ai n w
-v.iul- 4- DM rVietnVial Th X-
iih will run from 1 P.m. to S
Km nil Mnnrftv and will continue
through the week, closing Sunday
f Among those who have arrang arrang-mA
mA arrang-mA .rtinlA for disolav and hang
laahelle Reeves, Elinor
..Blennerhaseett, Martha Johnson,
nifh Lvnn. Lea Lane, Sally
JWeer. MAlnomb Del Valle, Ha
rmnpiT Jeffrey Slaughter, Do
A"ra Mcllhenney, Ray Mash, Beva
Farmer, andJEthel McDermitt.
Many of the contributors have
Teen consistent prize winners in
past Canal Zone Art League com competitive
petitive competitive exhibitions held annually
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in Daiuua. ...
, Art on display will vary from
ini.tnWishid art forms to prim-
bold, subtle, and biforous
rhythmic designs, both experi experimental
mental experimental and academic in their ap-
CHICAGO, July 26 (VP) Ice
cream prices here have become
unfrozen after 35 years. Manufac Manufacturer!
turer! Manufacturer! taid Popsicles, iCe cream
bars an4 other novelties will cost
six centi next month, the first in increase
crease increase sine 122.
nroach will be included In a va
riely pf- mediums and techniques
rciiecung ire personal isie ana
ingenuity oi tee artisi creator.
(Continued on Page 7)
Stassen Asks London Conference
To End Threat Of Pushbutton War
LONDON. July 28 (UP) The! He said bo believed "scientific
Unites States proposed, formally morality'V would v helo experts
for the first time yesterday that i from East and West design a sys-
lided missiles I tem of inspection and control
inter-continental guided v missiles
be banned from warfare,
U.S. delegate Harold E. Stassen
asked the five-power London con'
ference to write the prohibition in
to a first-step disarmament plan,
He also asked,, the other four
members Russia, Britain, France
and Canada to support a call for
a world conference of outer apace
scientists to. design, safeguards
against any violation of the ban.
The ban would not take effect un
til their work was completed.
Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister
Valerian A. Zorin did not reply to
the proposals immediately.
The conference apparently car
ried on normaiiv toaav despite
I new Soviet propaganda blasts
Gen. Harrold Off
Monday For Tour
Of East Caribbean
Mat. Gen, Thomas L. Harrold.
commanding general, U.S. Army
Caribbean, will leave the Canal
zone by air next Monday for an
Inspection tour of the National
Guard summer camp at the Sa
linas training area in Puerto Ri
He will also inspect reserve against the West. The Soviet gov
facilities in 8t. Thomas and St.femment organ "favestia" today
Croix, the virgin Islands. accused tne united states of "sab
Accompanying the general will otaging" the conference.
U ir..'Uft.nlJ. t4- Tin T T rt I
Croy. aide: and the following
staff officers from U.S. Army
Caribbean: Col. R. A. Jones, Jr.,
G-3: J. R. Walton, provost mar
shal; Col. L. D. FarnsworthJ Jr.,
G-4; Col. M. C. Bowsky, Signal
officer; Col. W. R. Seymour,
Quartermaster; and Lt Col. H.
E. Schrecengost, G-2 section.
The general ano rus party ww
return to the Canal Zone on
H RICHER (Nin"
gQf PANAMA AKEIONA OMI
A letter from Soviet Premier
Nikolai A. Bulgahin to British
Prime Minister Harold Macmillan
last night accused Britain and the
West of delaying the conference
to help West i German Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer win reelection.
The British and' French were
pessimistic today about hopes far
the conference in view' of those
moves. But U. S. delegation
sources said they did not believe
the final Russian, position could be
assessed until after Stassen com completes
pletes completes presentation of the Ameri American
can American disarmament plan next week.
Speaking for nearly an hour at
the U. N. Disarmament subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee sesion, Stassen said the
scientific conference would be a
"concrete first step" toward end
ing the threat of pushbutton des destruction
truction destruction by intercontinental mis
siles and other outer space
ships ever being used for warfare
on esrth.- ,
' He said there was little time be
Cause control would become
"much more difficult" if weapons
Bke the I C B M were perfected
before the world accepts safe
guards against them. 1 H
Stassen's proposal was based on
the new disarmament Diueprmi
decided on last May 25 by Presi
dent Eisenhower. Officials indi
cated Its formal presentation was
delayed -while Stassen consulted
the a 1 1 i e d governments tor
NOW HAS RADAR
UPA-O New York ; (Special)
. Fanagra (Pah Amer I ca n-
Grace Airways) Has completed
installation of airborne weather
radar on all DC-6B-and DC-7
tocrlst and tirst class flights.
Tn maklnff the announcement.
airline officials pointed out that
use of this additional safety
and navigational electronic
nnuinment had resulted lh great
er COmiOri to 1U tlitasruKOtB uu
improved flight performance.
Pnnncrn. Waa the first U, 8.
airline to use radar in schedul scheduled
ed scheduled operation when it Installed
an APS-42A set on one of .Its
DC-6B's in regular service be between
tween between Miami and Buenos Aires
in April, 1934, and was first to
order the RDR-1 system devel
oped by Bendix Radio.
The airline will also use radar
in the DC-8 let aircraft which
It has on order with the Doug
las Aircraft Company.
2Siop" Flights from Panama
, A aheke f 9 e'ifferant retries to Europe
I fly aw py loMr f
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Mlllsr's Lawyer ;
Urgss App::l Court
To Reverse Ite&j ;,
WASHINGTON,' July "2S" (UPV-,
Arthur Milltr's lawyer urged the
U.S. Coort of Appeals today to
reverse the playwright's contempt
of Congress, conviction without
further legal formalities.
Joseph L. -Rauh, Jr. told the
court that Miller's; conviction is
clearly in the same category as
that of two similar cases recently
reversed by the Supreme Court
and the Appeals Court.
Miller's sppeal would ordinarily
involve filing of briefs and oral
arguments by both sides. But
Rauh suggested sn order of
acquittal without this CUstemarr
Lait VrlHlv; Hani, mA :
same, argument before : Federal
District- Judge' Charles F.
McLaughlin who originally con con-ivlcted
ivlcted con-ivlcted Miller. But McLaughlin re
am,40 ms roung and sentenced
Miller ta a.tfinn Ana -. .,;.T
pended oni month Jail tenteuee,
t Aimer conviction stems' trom
.... .w v.,,,. na
had known in the Communist
muvemeni ior me House commit committee
tee committee on Un-American Activities, f
In God Ve Trusr
On US Paper Money
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The -Treasury stamped ."In Cod
We Trust" on paper money for
the'firxt tima tniv. aa If
two new printing presses into op operation.
, The inscription long has been
carried on coins. iH rnnri-a,c
two yesrs ago suthorlied jf for
The inscription will appear n
new series nf fine rlnllar hilla nn
the reverse, er green side, Just
above the lartr wnrd "Ona Th.
Treasury will decide- later when
ma imcripupn wtU DC put On D11JS
of larger denomination.
The new series of dollar bills
also carv the aiffnatur nt innm.
ing Treasury Secretary Robert B.
Aiiuarsv", wno laues over trom
George M. Humphrey on Monday.
Both effieiala wara nraaant aa
the presses rolled out the ; new
puis, n was me nrst change in
design in paper money since the
Treasury cut the size of Its notes
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Jocial i, ana:, Jrth
Mr. And Mrs. L. H. Hack .. ... ;
us Fort Amaaor Officers 0'
pen Ales WW be the scene Sat Saturday
urday Saturday of party in celebration of
the twenty-twin weaaing anmver anmver-n
n anmver-n and Mm. Louis'- H
Hack of Balboa. It will be attend
ed by a group oi tneir irianas.
Mr. Haclt is with the Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering Division at fialboa Heights.
; '..Mrs.' Hscky the former Gladys
v (Tnxle) I'eeser, was at the time
of ner marriage on we :uorgs
u i I jtf . '.'-A...:
- xiospusi nursiny isu.
' The couple were married at St
Mary's Church in Balboa 25 years
ago next Monday. i
Atlantic Skin- War
Ha v Monthly Social ,;'
The Atlantic i Skin Divers' Aiso
eialion met; for their monthly so social
cial social last Friday at the Raticho Ra-
mos near Margarita. r
Those Attending the dinner and
dance were Mr. and Mrs. Al Ben-
ton and family) Mr. and Mrs. Ed
.Borden and .family, MrJEraerson
jburuej oi iew wk, Mr. John,
Wrooka, Mr. Kupert cnin, Mls Jo
sine Clioy.v Mr, DarfCross. Mr. and
Mrs. Davie s, Mr. and Mrs. John
Craves. Mra Paul. Hawthorne,
Miss haudrfi Kasin. Miss Marv-
anne McCanagher. Mr. Bill Mey
er, Mr. Dan Morrm, Mr. Tito ur-
tiz, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Otera ana
family;'-and Mr. and Mrs., Bob
Smou '"- L -'. f V
MImi Fnr Dr Isir ?
VIIVIJ IVI I latMIIV.
7,'?. 'H"" 111 7
Will Be Blunt ;
MIAMI... July 2 (UP) I The
Miami weatnef bureau says it will
ase I'Diunter language" in its warn
ings about liuwicanes. ;
Chief Forecaster Gordon Dunn
reports yesterday that a weeklong
inspection oi the cities on Ion Ion-dn't
dn't Ion-dn't East Coast has convinced him
many residents are not taking the
threat oi .Hurricanes- seriously en enough.
ough. enough. '. '',,.'vViilSi.'iv';..i.'V'
Unless thiy: snap out of -it; bt
aid, they may find themselves
victim of '"disaster by indiffer indifference"
ence" indifference" l tragedy similar to that
which, Hurricane Audrey brought
to Louisiana last month.
'Thewarnings are going to be
blunter than ever, and there'll be
no reason for anybody to say our
warnings were not sufficiently
f trpng to max people respond to
danger' Dunn said. ... .
"There still is that feeling of
public indifference, After all, Flo Florida
rida Florida hasn't bad storm in a num number
ber number of years and it's hard to rea realise
lise realise danger at this time.
"The Cameron, La., episode,
however: has done a lot to shock
people into .realizing what could
happen. We're hoping this feeling
For Monday Opening
Bids for the Pacific area conver
slon work,' another major phase of
the v large Panama, Canal power
conversiwi project, wmi ue -uiwicu
Monday mornrag in the Board
Chest Service Head
Talk On Wednesday
'At the 266th meeting of tbe Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Natural History Sociecv,
whiobrill be held; Wednesday at
the Gorges institute, ranama uty,
Dr.,Rodolfo V. Young. Chief of the
Chest Service, .Gorges Hospital,
will soeak; on the subject "Tuber
culosis in the tTropics tH)f
Young; who was- born ui sPaha-
ma,1; received his B.A. degree et
Ohio ; State i University Medical
School. He, recieved his intern and
residency training at Gorgas Hos
pital, where ne u now ctner, uicst
Service. He is also proiessor oi
chest diseases. University of Pa
nama Medical School,
1 He is a member of the American
College of Chest' Physicians;' a
member of the American Trudeau
Society, member of theAeademia
Panamefla 4e Cirugia Hand many.
As the lubject, of Young's lec lecture
ture lecture s of Jgreat interest to many
people, the public ia invited to he
njeeting f ;
COL. ARTHUR P. HURR,' recently assigned Commander of the 500th Air Base "Group, Al Al-hrook
hrook Al-hrook Air Force. Base, and. Ills family arrived in the Canal Zone July 12 from Maxwell AFB
in Alabama, where Col. Hurr attended the Air War College.
- Shon above are Col, Hurr, their daughter Sally and Mrs, Hurr. Their three sons, standing
tor tbe rear; ate; Steve, Doug anfi Jeff.- . . ,. : :
Room of the Administration Build
ing at Balboa Heights.
Upon- completion ,of this project
practicaly all frequency eensative
domestic 'commercial, and indua-
tiral equipment in the Canal Com Company's
pany's Company's towns will be operating on
60-cyele current. This work in involves
volves involves the conversion of thousands
of items from electric fans to com-
ilic'ated pieces of machinery in
and the llotor Transportation Di
' The Pacific Area conversion will
include the towns of Ancon, Bal
boa, Hanoi Heights, in 1 aoca
Diablo Heights, and Los Rios. Al
so in the work schedule is the con
version of equipment at Corozal
Hospital, Intntgratlon Station, the
West Terry Slip, the West Side
such locations as Corgaa Hospital Lighthouse Line, and the Balboa
"... -- JlStER CORY"
.-SoorklM wrtk vivid iramo and briaht lincs.ifi lV
,RteoM,TOM'OHRpW"atth "DRIVMN" theatre
you svop oaor
r vor nours
The elramaiie story of thrlae of a smooth, gUb youth
from the Chicago slums through the devious path of pro pro-feaalanal
feaalanal pro-feaalanal kramblinc to a position where he rubbed elbewa
" with the eociaUr elect Is told in "MISTER CORY," Univer-
eal pletoro In Color ana cinemascope wnicn opens iu
MORROW In weekend release at the 'DRJVE-IN?. Theatre.
v Tony Curtia plays this youth and ho heads a quartet
f start that also includes Martha Hyer, Charles Bkkford
and Kkthrrn Grant. Too aunoortinr roles are played by
William Reynolds, Rnss Morgan and Henry DanlelL Aflvt.
r II 1
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The project will require approxi approximately
mately approximately three years to complete
after the successful contractor i is
given notice to proceed.
Pay So He JusI
Turned To Crime
SYRACUSE. N. Y. (UP) A
330-pound wrestler, held for extra extradition
dition extradition to Michigan, said today he
turned to crime because- "wrest "wrestling
ling "wrestling doesn't pay." ;
"l only made about izao a
week," 6-foot. T-inch Richard L.
O'ReiUy said. "Wrestling's a
crooked business. I should have
made $1,500 a week.'r '
O'RelUy'aamittea. nowever, ne
hasn't done too well in crime, In
fact, he turned himself in to po
nce. , .., ..... ;
"I just got tired of it all," he
said. "Crime is no better than
O'ReUly told officers he's want wanted
ed wanted for larceny, robbery, car theft,
probation violation and check forg forgery
ery forgery in such varied places as Dal Dallas,
las, Dallas, Tex., Lansing, Mich. and
Jackson, ,Mlss. ': :
Lansing officials wired Syracuse
miles they want him for the pro;
"I got a raw deal in wrestling,"
the big 21-year-eld Lansing ative
ssid. "It's the -msattters mostly.
They took 60 per cent of : what I
"You know, I've fought Gorg Gorgeous
eous Gorgeous George, Pretty Boy Collins
and the Eephant Boy, mostly down
in Texas. It was all fixed,
Newspaper Pop, Son Withstand
' i 1 i o
Trouble Like Old Fire Horses
"They ought to clean, -wrestling
up,v make it honest,": he said.
O'ReiUy said, '.'All there il to
wrestling is going into the ring
and grunting and Hopping around
ana maxmg animal -oisei.
COLUMBIA. S. C. (UP) Like
two weathered old firenorses.
father and son withstood the acid
test of an emergency today. They
remained calm when there camel
the sail of "fire
The emergency aroused Tommy
race, ev from a deep sleep. He
wakd up to the acrid smell of
smoxe. He was alone at home with
jus zi montft old brother, Rich
ards his mother and sister. Molls
sa, 2,. had left briefly to take his
aaaay, xom trice, united Press
bureau manager in Columbia, to
i Tommy moved fast. A ouick in.
vestigation showed him the kitch kitchen
en kitchen was on fire. He ripped down
a wall fire extinguisher and went
to work. Soon he saw it was no
use. He ran to the ; bedroom.
scooped un his little brother and
iook mm saieiy outside. He made
a return trio and crabbed a hand.
ful of clothing.
Neighbors by then had sum summoned
moned summoned firemen.
Meanwhile, Tommy's mother re-
turnea npme ana saw what bad
happened. She called husband Tom
woo at that moment was preoar
ins news copy that must move on
we u.r, wires at 7;30 a.m. dally.
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In a message to his Souiharn
division Headquarters in Atlanta,
Price said he would handle the
7:80 assignment and "then I'm go going
ing going home. Wife just phoned my
house is on fire."
"Foi; gosh sake, go itne," his
Auams oiuce messaged v back.
"Fire department at nouse and
it's seven miles from here."; Price
replied. "I can't do mush about
Correspondent Paul Phillips,
summoned bv talenhona nH
Price in the corridor on the run
and tossed him his-own car keys!
; An hour later w n unusually
long ; time for vetefan repoftet
Price to take covering a storyhf
rrlaved tha macaaira that all .a
well no injuries; cause of Ire un
kntwn; $5,000 damage to kitchen.
: CHICAGO. July 26 (UPVJonn
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with -a real cool solution -to- beat
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All Five Top
'To Squeeze Into 1st Place
" By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, July 26 (UP)-Get out' that shoe
.horn again because five clubs; are all trying to
Squeeze into first place today in what promises to
5' be the National League's tightest finish since 1908.
wT Th Cardinals added to the bot
tle-neck when they moved within
; a halJ-game of first place by beat beat-ina
ina beat-ina Brooklyn. 3-2, last night, and
the Kedlegs closed to within a
game of the lead with a 9-1 victo victory
ry victory over Pittsburgh.
J. That left things so that only one
came separates the first four clubs
Milwaukee, St. Louis, Brooklyn
ttafl Cincinnati with fifth-place
Jhladelphia climbing to within on on-y
y on-y games of the top as a re re-'6uft
'6uft re-'6uft of a 5-3 decision over the
aii f u.W i reminiscent
She 1908 N.L. pennant struggle
fehich wound up with only one
I.,. nrarHne the first three
, ,tfi.vhe that was beiore you
were born but your grand-daddy
will tell fou the Cubs took the
' whole box of pretzels that year
trim j Fred Merkle of the Giants
'neglected to touch second base.
Getting back to the present
race, though, tho Cards throw
w-o. monkey wiunch in Brooklyn'
ffplani to take over the league
lead last night when they beat
Don Nowcombre for the first
time in seven years at St. Louis.
"Kewcombe and Herm Wehmeier
were tica at 2-2 until the Cards
cracked through for the winning
run in the eighth on singles by Al-
Showingat Your Service
Center Theaters Tonight
BALBOA 4:30. 6:25. 8:20-
"Cjarg At Feather River:',
Diablo hts. 7:oo
Late show 10:30 p.m.
THE AFRICAN LION"
MARGARITA (.15 7:55
hrjnce With Me, Henry
Lsne-snow iu:au p.m.
THJJt AFRICAN CJUEEN"
INTENSION at TABLE ROCK"
fARAISO 6:lu 8 -10
'fBltween Heaven and Hell"
LA BOCA 7:00
'BIGGER THAN LIFE"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15
CAMP BIERD 6:15 8:10
' Santa Olivia .
Santa Luisa ...
; Santa Rita ....
. Cuba Victory ..
Santa Elisa .
To Colombia, Ecuador, Pern
TFrom Ui S. PaciHc & West Coast
) Central America to the Panama Canal
! SANTA MALTA Aug.
1 SANTA FE
vin Dark and Stan Musial and Wal
lv Moon's sacrifice fly.
Art Fowler of Cincinnati, who
hadn't won a game this season .un .until
til .until last Sunday, went the distance
for the first time this year in
checking the Pirates on seven hits.
In addition, he drove in the Red Red-legs'
legs' Red-legs' first two runs with a bases bases-loaded
loaded bases-loaded single off Ronnie Kline, who
lost his sixth straight game and
14th or the campaign. Ed Badey
and Gus Bel) each homered.
Robin Roberts of the- Phillies
scored his first victory since June
oiiB in oeauiiE me craves annousn
' il. 111
I Dick Farrcl had to be called in
to get the final" out. Roberts gave
, up nine hits, including HanK Aa-
ron's 30th homer in the fourth in
nins to post his seventh victory
against 13 defeats. Ed Bouchee
drove in three of Philadelphia's
runs as Warren Spahn suffered
Mike McCormick, 18-year old
bonus southpaw, won his-first' ma major
jor major league game in pitching the
Giants to 52 triumph over the
Cubs, but he needed ninth inning
relief from Marv Grissom. Mc McCormick
Cormick McCormick struck out seven and
gave upali six Chicago hits. Daryl
Spencer homered for the Giants.
In the American League the
White Sox, shaved the Yankees'
lead to SMi games with 6-2 triumph
oer the world champions; Boston
defeated Kansas uty, 5-3; wasn wasn-ington
ington wasn-ington edged Cleveland, 3-2 in 10
innings, and Baltimore blanked De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, 3-0.
' Dick Donovan was the whole
show in the White Sox victory,
holding the Yankees to four hits
and contributing a seventh-inning
homer. Lefty Bobby Shanti fail failed
ed failed in his fifth try for his 10th vic victory.
tory. victory. Th triumph for Donovan
was hi H0th and it foHowed a
one-hit shutout over the Red Sox
Bob Porterfield, making only his
fourth start of the year, held the
homer by Lou Skizas, as the Red
Sox beat Kansas City for the 14th
time in 18 games this season. Por Porterfield
terfield Porterfield also helped himself to two
of Boston's 10 hits and singled in
a run-fa a lour-run rally that
eHnche$ the game in the aecond
inning. iff .1
Ed Fitzgerald'! single in the 10th I
scored Roy Sievers from second
base with the run that gave Wash Washington
ington Washington its first victory over Mike
Garcia in two years. Russ Kem Kem-merer
merer Kem-merer went all the way for the Sen Senators,
ators, Senators, eivins ud eight hits to re
gister his futh victory. Jim Lemon
hu Ins utn nomer tor wasningion
Lanky Connie Johnson of the
Orioles limited Dttroit to give hits
in achieving his eighth victory and
third shutout of the season. Bait-
more scored all of its runs off
Frank Lary, who absorbed his 13th
loss against only four victories.
Gus Tnandos drove in two of Bal Baltimore's
timore's Baltimore's runs with a single and a
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FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY
(Baitd on 250 official at bats)
American League :
Player and C.
6 AB R H Pet.
92 305 88 110 .361
Mantle, M. Y.
Skowron, N. Y.
85 288 65 104 .361
90 299 52 99 .331
80 298 45 98 .329
f ox, cm.
92 357 57 117 .328
McDougald.N.Y. 83 218 57 99 .311
Lemon. Wash. 92 354 46 109 .308
Malzone, Bos. 92 375 39 115' .307
Minoso. Chi. 92 347 51 106 .305
Sievers, Wash. 94 356 62 105 .295
91 380 72 132
Muiia. St. L.
91 358 57 122
68 276 32 92
81 326 40 107
93 377 48 119
92 344 66 108
Mays, New Y.
88 328 46 103 .314
91 393 51 123 .313
80 308 53 95 .308
Robinson, Cinci. 90 365.4 112 .307
Williams, Red Sox
RUNS BATTED IN
Jensen, Red Sox
Ennis, Cards i
W L Pet.
(Based on 9 decisions)
Schmidt. Cards 9 1
Sanford, Phils 13 3
Bunning. Tigers 11 J
Donovan, White Sox 10 3
Today Encanto .25.
AT 8:00 P.M.
LOS MONARCAS DEL AIRE
1 Oh the Screen:
"HIS KIND OF WOMAN
"Two Tickets To Broadway"
IDEAL ,20- .10
Broderick Crawford in
Rex Harrison In
STRETCHING HIGH for the rebound In Monday night's Clay.
ton-Albrook game at Clayton's Reeder gym are. Clayton's Wil Wilbur
bur Wilbur Canada, number 7, and Albrook's Larry Edwards, number
32. Partially hidden by Edwards is Cavalier forward Jim Rey Rey-npjds,
npjds, Rey-npjds, also vying for the ball. Albrook upset ;the Clayton
quintet 75-58 to move within two games of the leaders.
(U.S. Army Photo)
Mexican Basketball Team
'To Make Debut Tomorrow
Against Gallito Quintet
By HIRBERT MOISS
Mexico's Hacienda basketball Will'
make their debut before the Pa
nama basketball public tomorrow
night as they face Raymond Kam's
Gallito team. This visiting team
finished second in the Federal Di
strict of Mexico City (Basketball
No advance fanfare has reached
the Isthmus about ths team but
favorable reports have come from
Costa Rica where they just con concluded
cluded concluded a series of goodwill games.
The Mexican press has nicknam nicknamed
ed nicknamed this outfit the "Millionaires."
By virtue of their second place
standing, the Carlos Eleta owned
and Pay Kaiti coached Gallito Ci Cigarette
garette Cigarette team was chosen to re represent
present represent Panama in the first of this
three game series. Gallito is at
this moment in second place all
by themselves by virtue of an ea
sy win lact night.
At the time of the selection of
team lor the series three clubs
were ticu for second behind Bal-
To Triple A Club
Slurring outfielder Bobby
Prescott hag been promoted
from Springfield, Class A
Eastern League, to Minneapo Minneapolis,
lis, Minneapolis, Class AAA American Asso Association,
ciation, Association, according to word re received
ceived received today.
Prescott began the 1957 sea season
son season with Dallas, Class AA Tex Texas
as Texas League and was sent to
Springfield some two months
ago. His ontstanding work
with this club earned him the
bir lamp to Triple A.
Minneapolis Is a farm team
f the New York Giants.
Under New Administration
Announces that from tomorrow, Saturday the 27th,
select breakfast will be served at S a.m. to 11 sun.
for fJ ttM $0jo $1.15.
SPECIAL LUNCH from 11 a.m. to 2 pjn. for
1.N I1JS5 $1.60.
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IV O LI
: Also: -NAKED
Players Fly to Cuba
G ettlng Death Wn teats
boa (defending champions). To de determine
termine determine just wno would play a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Hacienda Millionaires,
League President Capt. Luis Se Se-gura
gura Se-gura had them draw lots. As a re result,
sult, result, Gallito will play tomorrow,
Marlboro Monday and Balboa on
Fernanda Tom to P4ay
For Gallito Tomorrow
In order to add depth to his club
tomorrow, Jvam has selected rer
nando Tom to bloster his very
young club. Tom was selected to
add the necessary experience. Tom
is officially listed on the roster of
the Marlboro team. This participa participation
tion participation by Torn in this international
game adds another gem to a long
string brilliant oertormances as re
presentative of Panamanian bas-
Tom. a veteran of over more
than twelve vears experience, is
the main stem of his own Marlbo
ro team. Tom is a good play mak maker
er maker and handles the ball effectively.
WiH Marlboro add to their Roster
for this Series?
Coach Kodolfo' "Fifi" Tomx of
the Marlboro Colonites announced
that he has in mind three players
to strengthen his team for their
game against the Mexicens. Fill
was forced into this' by the posibi posibi-lity
lity posibi-lity that his top scorer, Ernesto
Taylor, would be unable to make
the game on Saturday because of
his employment status. Also an another
other another pi I yer t f his, Demetrio "Cod-
kie Tagaropulus, is still a suf suffering
fering suffering from an aching back. Tom
plans to use Frankie Holness, Da-
rio De Leon and Luis "Rombo
Perez, all from the champion Cer-
Official lecgue play has been
suspended temporarily. In all
robabiuty it will be resumed on
Wednesday. If nor, the final se series
ries series between, Cerveza Balboa,
Marlboro, Gallito and Panama will
be started on Saturday, August 3.
Gold Prise $S09.it
. BLACK COMMANP
-lyna'ml, July '26 UP)? Mem Members
bers Members of. the' Montreal Royals base baseball
ball baseball team agreed under protest to
fly into the teeth of a possible Ha
vana. Cuba revolutionary demon.
stration today' despite mailed death
, .v f ,.
o 'Each player, of the Internation International
al International Letgue team, yesterday re-
Relived airmailed leaflets,; post postmarked
marked postmarked ,HA vana, warning him
, nor to go to Cuba for a schedul scheduled
ed scheduled game. t ,r
The players met 'after last night's
same with Miami and a creed to
leave by plane as scheduled (at
18 a m.), Dut oniy unner -pro'
test," for their game with the Cu
ban team.,."- . - -, y,t
Franfc Shaaghnessy, president of
the International League,. ruled
after receiving a promise- oi pro pro-fprtinn
fprtinn pro-fprtinn hv Hnvan nnlicn that the
team would have, to play its sched scheduled
uled scheduled game .-.'..
Boh "La" .'Roe, bosiness.y manag manager
er manager of the teem, said most of tho
players before the game had
signed a petition asking- that
they not be requimd to make
the trip under the circumstanc circumstances.
es. circumstances. Many of the evelopes Ahey- re
ceived, all postmarked at Hava
na, contained newspaper, cuppings
showing photographs of bullet-riddled
corpses. They also contained
leaflets, in Spanish,' warning the
players to stay away.
BIG FILLER George Crowe's
hot. bat an average of .312
or' thereabouts, with homers
or" inereanouis, wun. aomers
and RBI's to booWhas, made
forget Ted Klus-
Isthmian Sports Car
Club Holds Monthly
Meeting Sunday a.m.
The monthly" outing f tho
Isthmian Sports' Car Ckib will
bo a competitive meet to bo
held at the Pacora airstrip this
Drivers are. reouested to mailt
at the Tocumen circle at 10 a.m
ST. LOUIS. July 28 (UP) The
Pittsburgh Pirates .announced to
day they had left Ditcher Luis A
rroyo in; a Cincinnati hospital and
that he -will re-Join the club here
during theweekend. 1 -Arroyo,
a southpaw from Puerto
Rico, is suffering from an abcess
on bis loft foot. r
j . ;
CHICAGO; July 26 (UP)-Eddie
Machea, 196. San Francisco, out
pointed Bob Baker, 214, Pittsburgh,
10... ot-V ; .- .' :
HELL AND HIGH
4 s-'S j 1
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Editor: CONRAOO SARCEANT
.548 l- 2W
Today's Games V
Philadelphia at Chicago
"Brooklyn at Cincinnati (N)
New York at Milwaukee (N)
Pittsburgh at St.1 Louis (N)
Philadelphia 001 020 101-S 8 2
Milwaukee 000 110 0013 9 1
Roberts (7-13),. Farel and Lo-
Spahn (10 8), Trowbridge, Mc-
Mahon and CrandalJ.
New York 200 000 120 5 6 3
Chicago 200 000 0002 6 2
Mccormick (1-0), Grissom ana
mabowsky (6-), Lown ana isee isee-man.
man. isee-man. (Night Game)'
Pittsburgh 000 000 0101 7 1
Cincinnati 022 120 02x 9 11 1
Kline (3-14), Swanson, King and
Fowler (2-0) and Bailey.
. (Night Game)
Brooklyn 000 002 0002
St. Loui3 000 110 DlX-3
Newcombe 9-8V Labine.
Alumni Increase Margin
To Four Full Games ln :
Record Breaking Confest
Atlantic Basketball League
, f WonLostPct,
rriutfihai 51 Powells 41
Alumni 80 Working Boys 79
Pnwelk vs Alumni
Cristobal vs Working Boys
Bv TREVOR SIMONS
Tnriivirt.ial unrt team scoring re
pnrds feU bv the wayside Wednes
day nigh.' at the Margarita gym
as the hign-uying Aiumm i""1"
edged the Working eoys ou m
in the first overtime contest Of the
defeat at the-hands of Cristobal
in thA f iret came, oousieu uu.
lead to f out fuU games -a migh
ty etep forward int heir drive foi
tne isa cnampiouamii.
Tk ctis Host crowd of the sea
... m nn hand to Witness the
th-iiiins niohtcan event in which
WOrkhie Boys fsaac Peltynovitch
set a. new 1057 high! for individual
0 nrt fnr the
. scow w tb a 37 pornt effort to
losing cause. The Alumni su pomui
v, ncmi tntai nt 159 were far
above the previous highs for the
The crWd had hardly fettled
down front the opening contest" in
which Cristobal scored an upset
win over Powells by. a 51, to 41
,k.n i th flammff secona
game of .the night got o to a fly-
intf nun IWl, u"v6"
the four quarters of play, -r
tobal win with 19 points and Noel
Gibson was mgn ior roweu.
n n.. that vnme was Quickly for-
.. Aimni tumned into an
..rlvleadtohead : aeUoinshrdlu
early lead to head the-Working
Boys by a:U to 16 count in the
first quarter, ,:'
At half Ume the league leaders
still held a narrow leao,
With Peltvnovitch hitting the hoops
with amazing consistency, t n e
nr-i.;t .Hm moved into a 46 tie
with Alumni by the end of
k. mnot hrilliant halves
- hi v.ir nsued with -Pelty-
covitch keeping m
in the thick o the fight and John
Hatgi teaming up wim "j.w
ladrfor the Alumni cause. .With
neither tean able to compile any
kind of a lead, the game wound
up m a iv xc i oew-.;.
In the overtime period, the Erst
one this year, Queiada and Ed
Saaitv were oo gooa i wmuu-
$UI per CAR!
', Tony CURTIS a
" HO U D I N l"
3 TOMORROW SUXDAT f
. A MOM) ATI
WEEKEND ATTRACTION f I
n Martha Hyer la
New York York-Chicago
Chicago York-Chicago Boston
43 ,538 '1014
46 .500 14
48 '.478 IS
Kansas City -Washington
Chicago at Baltimore (T-N) ;
Detroit at Nefw York (N)
Kansas City at Washington' N4
Cleveland. at Boston. (N),
- Yesterday's Results -. J;
Cleveland 110 000 000 02 t i
Washington 010 010 000 13 10 1
, Garcia (4-6), Daley and Hegan.
Kemmerer (5-6) ahd. Courtney.
Chicafo; : 000-102 102 -8 0
New York 000 000 2002 4 2
Donovan (10-3) and Battey,
Shantz (9-3), Ditmar and Berra.
Kansas' City 000 200 Ooi-S 1
Boston 140 000 00X 5 10 0.
Gorman (2-4), Burnette, Cox, Ur Urban
ban Urban and Smith.
. Porterfield .(2-3) and 'White,
Detroit 000 000 OOOMT 1
Baltimore 100 020 OOx 3 8' 0
Lary (4-13)i Sleater, Cromek and
Johnson (8-6) and Triandos, :.
Walker. : '
' Wehmeier (4-4) and Landrfth.
tion for the Working Boys skid
thm brilliant efforts landed them
one point off ihe lead, with Alumv
tu fuiijlimg in frpntSO to p.
Ray Quezada was top man for ;
the Alumni with 22 points and
John Hatgi recaptured- the league j
lead wun a zi point eiion. biosou
had nlv 14 in the first game to
land back in second place., n
CATCHING Valmy .Thomas
came to the Giants in an emer emergency
gency emergency but -the record shows be
gave the' New York Nationals
the winning touch.
Ivy Loop Pick
NEW YORK (NEAV-Princetoa
is tabbed as a strong favorite to
win the 1957 .Ivy League football
The Tiger is the choice in a soli
of -directors of sports information
of the eight institutions. Thev
should know. .
Old Nassau received five first
place votes and the other three for
the second spot Two tub thumpers
picked Pennsylvania for the top
position.- v- ", a
MK. COKT aj
FRIDAY JULY 28, 1957
'.THE' PANAMA AMERICAN '2 AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Ktoiier Seeks. SeciMd" StraiaKt
Vietoiry lii SipFini
To Taclde Jai Alai II,
Pavinetto, Dawn Song
seven ruriong uasn
""-The Stud "Quiteifo'p-vastly improved chestnut
. horse Rosier will go out the mutuels favorite to score
the third victory of his present comeback effort in
ihe featured $650 seven-furlong sprint for third se series;
ries; series; imported thoroughbreds at the President Re Re-'mon
'mon Re-'mon racetrack. ; v
Scheduled to oppose the six-year-iHernandet will guide the Clulean
Ruben Vasques is scheduled to
ride -Rosier. The Stud Quitefio
ace Is looking better every day
and seems ready to move back to
the. top. class where he once be became
came became a candidate for the Juan
Franco track championship.
Nine other, prospective thrillers
are included on the program.
w -hitmrt son of San Lucar-Re
claaie are -Distingo, Pavinetto,
King, Jai Alai II and Dawn Song.
Jai Alai II returns to action un un-v
v un-v der new ownership and could be a
post to post, winner if he is in top
fdrm." Alfredo- Vasquez will try to
get the speedy chestnut Peruvian-
bred Jiorse nome nrsi,
-Pavlnetto,. a nose victor rover
Dawn; 'Song in a six furlong race
last-week,; could be a dangerous
factor here again. Guillermo San-
che figures to be an improvement
over Francisco bauca.
; Dawn Song will again be ridden
by Araado Credidio who was blam blamed
ed blamed ;bv many as the cause of the
filly's defeat last week. Had Cre Credidio
didio Credidio elected to save ground on. the
inside Dawn Song would not have
been wearied wide- by Pavmeito
and probably would have been an
King, a fast closing last Jn the
six'fi)rlbng sprint, will be at bet better'
ter' better' advantage over the longer dis distance.
tance. distance. Heliodoro Gustines will once
more do the booting aboard his
Dtstingo, wnicn snowed vast im improvement
provement improvement his last time it, could
be'1 upsetter here: "Steadily improving-
apprentice rider Sandino
By CON R ADO
I My I i
BK,:. ....ofei..... I
s By Conrado Sargeant
A. 'Wiaia 3
MINIUM M I
1-Matriculado Weima Jimmey
4- Certamen Redondita
5- Esteban- Tully Bar (e)
6- Iguazu Empire Corss
.7-Hostigador (e) Canoe (e)
8- Golden Wonder Don Grau
9- Picudo Cres Hill
10-Rosier Jai Alai U (
, y BEANS RIARDON.
; WriHen for NBA Sfrvico
ea ana one out wnen. the natter
grounds to third base. The field
er throw home to force one run
ner., me catcher relays toward
first bMe. His throw bits. the bat batter
ter batter who It in fair ground the last
nan or mo distance from the plate
to first base. What it the ruling
nere? ArtmiP urusn.
Answer, ft it fUuble olay. The
batttr thul4 have Imm In th Ian
ftM-trted by ,'tHs foul' lino and the
prUA Hnl which runs the lut
half f the War from home to first
If out' for interfVoneo. M
q..On a Mailt )s the baU dead?
tnm my SherteU. :;
By JIMMY DEMARBT
Written for NBA Service
Trouble ia easy enough to find
during 18 boles of golf so why gd
looking for it?- t-p ,-';
Thai's exactly what a lot of peo people
ple people do particularly with the prob problem
lem problem of carrying a trap and reach reaching
ing reaching the green with an approach
shot. -' i' .-
? Most people can hit a ball about
150 yards in the air without knock
ing their back out of kink. And
the same -goes for pitching 20 or
30 yards over a trap, to the green.
' But put a golfer either close to
a trap-guarded green or out that
bit and the first thing he'll do is
worry. He'll start pressing trvina
to put mat extra power into bis
shot to get over the trouble.
The result is of course more
trouble. You wind up topping the
ball into the tran or hooking or
slicing into far worse trouble.
Hanale these situations as tbev
should be handled naturally.
. . .t.,i:;i,.
t DOUBLEDEALtRS-i-In. Lihdy Wf, and Von McbanieIr the
f St. LouisGardinals have (he couiiterparis of the' brothers Dean,;'
Duay and P4ul, of the mid-30'.4. Again the Red Birds fly high..
Race Track Graded Entries
F.P. None ; Jockey St. Cemweot
1st Race eth Series Imp. Fpswrso S400
FIRST RACI OF THE DOUBL1
1 Dianalicla S. Hernandez 107x-Runs well at times
2 Sweet W. A. Gonzalez 108 Nothing in months
3 Matriculado Jr Rodriguez 112 -Last doesn't count
4 Lucho J. Guzman 100 Would pay fortune.
5 Soft Note- B. Baeza 112 Dangerous contender
6 Weima Jimmey Alavarez 115 l-Form indicates
7 Bacana A. Credidio 103 Nothine recently
8 ( Onda ..Real -. :: A.:: Alf aro 107 Early speed only
Fool Closes 1:00
J,s Gatica105 Good early speed too
2nd Raee ath Series Imp. Fe. Purse $400
. 2nd RACB OF THE DOUBLE
Fool Closes 1:30
1 Bradomin t B. Baeza 115 Will run better here'
2 Curale vv A. Credidio 110 r-Racing to best form
3 Riscal . J. Rodriguez 112 Hard to beat now
4 Lanero .J. Jimenez Jr. 105 Always dangeroua
Persiflage A. Gonaalez 113 Could be upsetter
Hincapie, H. Gustines 104 Poor recent efforts
7-Clybernv, JjfGongora, 115 -Has strong finish
SPanziretnTTI G: "Sanchez Jl2- Rates good chanct-
Although no definite date has
been set for tne departure or
the brilliant Chiroke, w 6an
venture to state that it will! be
between the end of the present
week or the middle of next week
when he will fly from Tocumen
There he will be trained at
Washington Park under the su
pervision of.- Internationally
known 1 trainer Willie. Moiter
Once he is fully, acclimatized and
thoroughly trained he will be
sent on to California- where he
will see action. 1 ,,
The Stud Colon Boys, who
have acquired some amount of
popularity locally for their rn
deavor to Improve horse racing
here, will ; now be v extending
themselves abroad with Chi
roke's presentation In psflifOr-
As U this was not sufficient,
they 'are-, at present trying to
obtain another thoroughbred
from Peru which Is supposed
- to be even better .than Chiroke.
The horse's name Is .Pencil.'
This transaction may not ma
terialize, however; According (to
a report from a rename source,
the owner or Pencil i asking
(12,000 for the son of Postln. ;
Many chances have been reg
lstered at the racetrack' offices
(luring the past week.
J al Alai II and Hablando re
appear over the' weekend under
the ownership of the Stud San
Judas' and training of Arturo
Coronation Day has been
bought by Clifford Morgan but
Hugo de la. Penha will continue
to train the American-bred
Semlpleno Is now belna train
ed by Eric Hugh Gittens. The
Stud La Olralda gelding was
formerly conditioned by Ernes Ernesto.
to. Ernesto. Paris.; '.
Plbe undo, a four-year-old
Mllon-Luchadora is in training
w mane nis aeout soon. He Is
owned by Roberto Motta and
trained by Henry White.
' Neeful Is another highly rat rated
ed rated Argentine raeer that will
soon crash Into the local r ac acini
ini acini picture. This f ive-vear.
., old chestnut son of Nebuohad-
neuar-uareiui owned by
wit vococna stable and train
ed by Arturo Phillips.
Oarramuflo will return ta tlie
races unaer tne. handling of a
new trainer. The chestnut horse
ownea ny Nicolas Mosaouites
was rormeriy trainea byv .jose
uaoriei Mata out is Deing reaa reaa-led
led reaa-led now by Victor Fong. JMata
announced that he is through
wun norse racing ioilowintr a
sitff fine and suspension when
Garramufio an odds-on mu mutuels
tuels mutuels favorite Was left at Uie
start under suspicious circum circumstances.
stances. circumstances. Best, which finished second
last week In his debut, will be
trained by Leonard White in
stead of Henry White in the fu
ture. Best is owned by Rlcardo
A. Lince E.
Soft Note will race under the
colors of the Stud Bobby. Victor
V. Morrell will do the training.
' OOO ":';'
Thunder Streak, a British
colt recently Imported from
England by the Grimaldo
brothers, was bought this week
by the Haras San Jose, Mei Mei-naldo
naldo Mei-naldo Dias will be the trainer.
Joselito, the reportedly ex-
Ipenslve Irish colt recently acr
quired by Jose P. V. Bellone, is
being put through his paces and
will soon make his debut. This
colt is said to be a good router.
Narcotico and Shambolon, two
consistent winners at the Sn
Isidro racetrack In Peru, have
been bought by local interests.
Narcotico will race under the
colors of Carlos Alejandro Du
Choose the RISE thof's
right for you and get
In V thotimo, . .. v ;
RISE-Amtrka's Firif and
5l! Instant latatr
Brakes stop the wheels
BUT the IRES
chestnut Argentine-bred son of ques Stud Rio Grande.
. v .-'" '?!. rJ-s ..' ,.
3rd -'Race Non
2 Mr. Coup
3 cues..:., i.'...
8 Gloria. M.V
Winners FfS.Forse $300
. -' i'" '-:-- 1
J.. Guzman 104 Keyhaven's worst get
J., Cadogan 106 Nothing like old man
H. Gustines 105; Has late fobt ."
B. Baeza 08 Fastest at getaway
' F. GaUca 100 Will never win a race
G. Cruz 108x Fair effort in debut
; F. Alvarez 115 Mutuels favorite
A. Credidio 10C Still plenty green 1
E. Ortega 102 Good early speed
- ; J. Avila 115 Ran well in debut
Feel Closes 2:05
Veterans Deal, Lovenguth
Pitching New Hope Into
7-' Fas. Furs
Fel Closes 2:15
Emir (Not a Monopoly) Lence, promoter of the Floyd Pat-terson-Hnrricano
Jackson fight In the Polo Grounds Jaly 29
quaJUies as his own expert on the bout. Both fighters worked
often In Eastern Parkway Arena in Brooklyn, which Lence op operated
erated operated for li yeara against the IBC, until trnst-bastlnr grew too
. expensive, in 1955. : r,--. -:
. Now, Lrafce 41 first promoter outside the Madison Square
-Garden organization to stage the heavyweight title match since'
Mike Jacobs snatched Jim Braddock from the old monopoly in'
1M7,: Cus D'Amato; manager of champion Patterson plckea
Lence, whoso dress manufacturing profits enabled him to afford
ivxmg;. ..... ..". .,,:'
f-That wasn't any pfiae I just happened to win," Lence ob-
jciHcune meant mai ne naa earned me roie presumably through
t ratltnde, a trait which Is said to bo ephemeral in the boxing
."-bustae ss. : J w... .... .-
-y' Wben Patterson wen the Olympic title '52," the Trust Trust-Baxter
Baxter Trust-Baxter explained, "the IBC wanted U overmatch him, and I took
couple of baths (losses) to bring in fellows to give him oxoe-'
rieaee. t .... . ? .,
' "In 54 when D'Amato was blocked 'out of the Garden I
guaranteeed Joey Maxim $10,000 to give Patterson a nam bout,
and dropped $9700. Floyd told me he wouldn't forget. How
. tney could give tne decision to Maxim ill never understand."
Lence. tells a shocker, about a manager chipping In to cush cushion
ion cushion a loss. He was D'Amato, who turned back $200 of his end
after a $1350 bath In 1948. Bomehowe, Lence remembered. the
name.; ; .; . ;
- Like a Middleweight
. "When I first saw Patterson.-Lence recalled,"he weighed
161 and I couldn't figure lum for more than a middleweight. D' D'Amato
Amato D'Amato told me his family grew big and that he would- be a heavy.
jie was a oouncy, ingnty na. He nits nara irom list feet now,
but I'm surprised that he kept the ability to get around like a
Jackson always was the incessant pnneher-alapper he U to today.
day. today. Mid Loaee. After he lost.to Patterson last year Lence onotet
Jackson as saying-; "I renght ail three sainates a roe ad, bat
next time as alast him 111 auake It sx minates." The Trast-Bas-ter
added: 'That gives yon an idea of his thinking."
- Lence billed Jackson a'l Hurricane; for his given name of
Thomas, alter he kajroed Rex Layne In '54. The commission
at firit accused me of feeding Layne cannon fodder." EmU re
iated. Then, when they put the encephalograph on Layne aft
er the KO. hia manager, Marv Jenson, yeuod; -fiever mind cim;
put that thing on me lor making this fight' '
t 'No Bath on This. One
" Through Jackson. Lence had one laugh on the IBC In 54.
I paid Dan Buceeronl, who aa big then, 810,000 to fight Hurricane.-
h Is story opened. "Jackson beat hini which surprised
me, and two days later hU manager (Lippy Breldbartt aimed
an exclusive contract with IBC. The commission made Breklbart
honor a contract with me, to fight Jimmy Blade. When Blade
-won Jthe IBC had an exclusive who started off vth a licking."
Lene is sore he wea't take a "bath" on this one, and looks
Xorward as a fan. "I think it will k a better flint than they
Fat on last year," he estimated, -kcane the title and jnore
aaoney are on tne IlBe." i
Who'd win? Who knows, said promoter Lrnce. Lence the
Ian went oa the record: "I don't txpect anybody to knock out
Jae:on a hen he la in shipe He Iikea it going 15 rounds lnstrad
tf 12. as he d d last year. The other day he asked me why the;
corns: iesion vouJcJn'v e; thm fo to the f'-r.iOi, until somebocyj
1 Full Moon ? -. H. Gustines 108 Distance handicaps
2 Pichoto ; -if." J : G. Cruz lot Best early foot
3 Redondita Vr B- Baeza log Nov 1 contender
4 La Gazza L. S. Hernandez 102 Returns in good shape
5 Certamen .A. Gonzalez 108 Should win easily
Currita A. Credidio 100. Prefers shorter races
5th Race "A and B" Nats. I Fs.F6rse $500
1 Don Brigido
4 Tully Bar
5 ( JuaUna
.' .- -r-n-v-r
G. Sanchez 115 In excellent shape
1 B. Baeza 115 Won't miss this time'
' E. Gatlca 105 Returns from layoff
F. Alvarez 112 Better shape now
, H. -Gustines 100 Will fight it out
Race SthVSories Imp. 7 Fas. Furs $500 Fool Closes
'V,-v, FIRST RACE OF THI DOUBLE :
1 Mrs. H. ,M.' Xrosemena 105 Would pay off ; '
2 Reflector A. "Vasquez 118 Dangerous contender .-,
3 Fenix- s fi A.. Credidio 105 Nothing to indicate
4 iiC. Dajr "3. Rodriguez 110 Close up throughout
5 Empire Cross H. Gustines 118 Form indicates -Iguazu
v T: Alvarez US Returns from layoff
7m Race 7hS. Urit Imp. 5 FecPwrso $400 Fool Closes 4:20
c jBd RAC OF THK double
Fiddling F. Hidalgo Jr. If Would surprise 30-1
a c. Jure v j. Rodnguex 108 -Always runs well ? 4-1
3 Globe Trotter G. Sanchez 113- 'Returns- from layoff 1 5-1
4 Micbungo H. Gustines 110 Disappointment to. date 3-1
s Hablando 5.. Hernandez 107x Nothing to recommend '10-1
6 (Hostigador- ; B. Baeza 115 May beat stablemSto 1-2
1 (Canoe Alvarez 118 Seems "sure thing" 1-2
8Hi Raeo."E- NaHves
4 Fit. Forte
Fool Closes 4:55
Wonder H, Gustines 108 Seems class of field 2-1
2 Don Grau A. Vasquez 115 Consistent performer 31
3 Rabiblance B. Baeza 115 Not ia best form 301
4 Linda Susy, C. Ruiz 11 Hard to beat here . 3-1
5 Tinela ... F.' Alvarez lo5 Jockey may help .. 5-2
C Black Bee J. Phillips 115 -Ran well last time 5-1
I Daniel S. Carvajal 108 Early speed only 10-1
8 Radical S. Hernandez 109x Regaining form slowly 8-1
9 Follelilo A. Credidio 108 Not good enough ,, 15-1
NEW YORK, July 2 (UP)
Ems (Cot) Deal and Lynn Loven
guth, veterans of 28 baseball cam
paigns between them, are pitch
ing new hope into Rochester s In
ternational League pennant plans.
Deal shut out Richmod on three
hits, 1-0, In the seven-inning open
er of a doubleheader last night
and Levengutfi completed the
aweep with a 4-1 victory in the
nightcap. In other action, Colum Columbus
bus Columbus lsipped by Buffalo, 4-3, Hava Hava-na
na Hava-na edged Toronto, 2-1, and Miami
beat Montreal, 3-2.
Allie Clark, who has played in
organized ball since 1941, supplied
deal with hit; sixth win by blast blasting
ing blasting a seventh-inning homer off
Richmond pitching ace Bill Beth Bethel.
el. Bethel. Ia the aecond tame, the fourth-
place Red Wings scored twice in
the ninth to insure Lovenguth's
lltn victory against 10 losses.
Relief pitcher George CPonnell
shut out Buffalo from the fourth
innine on as Columbus won the
decisive game of the five-set se
ries, -., ; ; ;
Fat Scanttoaury- and Orlando
Fena teamed te held the Maplo
Leafs to towr hits with Scantlc-
bury gaining his ninth win. Horn
harte Rebinsen, who haa been
soekinp his 12th triomph since
June 21, was tagged instead with
Ray Semnroca of Miami yield
ed a two-run homer to former
teammate Larry Novak but held
on for his fifth win ai ainst hree
losses. Billy Harris was the start
er and loser lor Montreal. His rec
ord is now 9-9.
The standings end linescores:
Toronto 000-000-100 141
Havana. 002-000-OOx 250
Robinson and Roselli; Scantle Scantle-bury,
bury, Scantle-bury, Pena (p) and Izquierdo. WP
Buffalo 201-000-000 3101
Columbus 301-000-OOx 4 70
: Herbert, Nagy (l, Kume (8)
and Noble; iBlackburn, O'Donneli
(4) and lira vitz, WP O'Donneli.
LP Herbert. HR Easter.
Rochoster 000-000-1 17-0
Richmond 000-000-0 031
Deal and Shantz: .Bethel and
tL HK Clark.
Rochester OOI-OOO-IO2 472
Richmond 000-000-010 151
Lovenguth and D. Ricketti; Ku Ku-tyna
tyna Ku-tyna and Cbiti.
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Midnight to 4:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday Saturday-Join
Join Saturday-Join our informal CLUB 4:30 for the late crowd
in the air-conditioned comfort of our Balboa Bar
MUSIC BY THE
CAROL GREAVES TRIO
Nijhlcap ori'lhc-house at 4:30 a.m.
CAROL tso ylays the piano ht the Balboa Bar
10 ta. to I sjb. Sua, Ties, VVed. it Tburs.
th Race 4th Series Imo.
1 Grand llnisb-" T. Alvarei lot Could go all the way
2 Crews Hill D. Cortex lit Dropped from tougb group
3 Camberweu ,H. Gustines 104 Distance to nkmg
4 Picudo R. Vasquei 115 Should win here
5 rifito 1 '113 Should be close up
o-EIko 1 7. 3. Phillips 113 Best early foot" ".
tTooy H. Ruis 11 J Last place assured
S Pappa rijn 3. Rodrigues 118 Excluded front betting
Fool Closes 1:30
10th Race 3rd Series Imp. Fgi Purse 5I
Fool Closes :0
1 DiitUgo S. Herasodez Mx Showing improvement
J-l'irinftto G. Saoches 118 Back best forse
3 King H. Gustines 105 Distance may help
4 Jai A!i II A. Vasnin 115 Returns i good shape
5 Pawn Sort A. Credhdio 306 Parjrous contender'
Montreal 000-200400 251
Miav.! 2O0-O0O-10Z 380
Harris, Crista nt (8) and Pigna Pigna-tano;
tano; Pigna-tano; Scmuroch and McCuQough.
LP Harris. HR Novak..
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAlL NEWSPAPER 'v.
FRIDAY, JULY J8, 19CT
C L A S 5 I F I E E) S
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
; THIS SPACE IS FOR; SALE',
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FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom chalet,
Kvinf ream, dining room, light,
twimminf peel, Cerre Aul,
$100. Inquire 8th Street Ne.
5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: ew chalet: three
btdroomi, living-dining room,
maid's room, porch and garage.
Furnished1 or unfurnished. Corner
Pane Cincuantenarie and 7th
Ave., Coco del Mar (San Fran Francisco).
cisco). Francisco). Phone 3-3005.
FOR RENT: Brand new chalet,
'Lome Altera." 2 bedroomt, living-dining
room, porch, hot wa water
ter water installation. Call 2-2648,
FOR RENT: Residenee-chalet,
S bedroemi, I porchei, bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, bathtub, bet water, maid's
ream with bath, garage, etc. Can
be teen from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Phone 3-MI1. Via Brasil and
97th Street Ne. 12, opposite
Fuerxa y Lui.
FOR RENT: Luxurious, decora decorator
tor decorator furnished Great Need, Long
Island home, bordering wooded
area and pond, modern picture picture-window
window picture-window beauty. Available with
owner's car for lix or seven
months .beginning September 1st
at $650 per month. Maid service
also available. Phone Panama
3-4805 from 1 to 5 p.m.
PHILLIPS Oeeenslde Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
; FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
Beach House. Phone Balboa
. 2830, nine to twelve noon, Mon Monday
day Monday through Friday.
AGAIN reservation available at
r Shrapnel's, Santa Clara Beach.
2 Phono Thompson, Balboa 1772.
FOR RENT: Large space on
first floor for office. East 22nd
,Sreet No. 24-72. Inquire 8th
S Street No. 5-30v Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENTl Completely fur fur-J
J fur-J nitW housekeeping room, dou dou-tbl:
tbl: dou-tbl: couch, refrigerator, stove,
J private bath and entrance, gov-t'-nment
inspected, near hotel.
J FOR RENT: Rooms in new
a houses A. B.C., entrance to Pue Pue-H
H Pue-H Nuevo, Trans-Isthmian High High-"wv.
"wv. High-"wv. Come and fill your applica-
Dio Found Guilty
Of Victor Riesel
'NEW YORK. July 26 (UP) A
blue ribbon jury last night convict
ed racketeer John (johnny uio)
Dioguardia, accused mastermind
. in the acid-blinding of labor col col-:
: col-: umnist Victor Riesel, and two co-
', defendant on charges of bribery
v ajod conspiracy lor "selling"
T labor peace.
; Dio, 43, was found guilty on one
count each of conspiracy and bri bribery.
bery. bribery. His co-defendants, Max Ches Chester,
ter, Chester, and Samuel Goldstein, fared
Chester, 42, former
treasurer of Local
found guilty on one count of bribe bribe-ijy
ijy bribe-ijy ant' three counts of conspira-
Goldstein, 42, president of Local
239, International Brotherhood of
Teamsters, was found guilty of
T4ne count of conspiracy and two
i) of bribery.
The men face maximum penl penl-L
L penl-L ties of one year' in prison and a
h $500 fine on each count. They were
I sent to the Tombs Prison to a a-ij
ij a-ij wait sentencing on Sept. 5.
mew, S. A.
Carner "H" Darlea St
ATTENTION. O, I.I Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, bet, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Spacious two-bedroom
unfurnished apartment in
fine residential dicfrict. Riviere
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office hours.
FOR RENT: 3-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bathrooms, large dining
and livinc room, separate maid's
room with bath, hot water, ga-,
rage, with balcony, UNFUR UNFURNISHED,
NISHED, UNFURNISHED, in high cool locality, all
screened, in El Cangrejo. Phone
office hours 2-0321, after office
FOR RENT: 2-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, FURNISHED,
in high cool locality, all screen screened,
ed, screened, in El Cangrejo. Phone office
hours 2-0321, after office hours
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
hot water installation, modern
building just built, opposite "Co "Co-leg
leg "Co-leg jo Javier," 3rd Street, Perejil,
$70. Inquire : 8th Street No.
5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: 1-room apartment
with bathroom and kitchen.
Building just built. East 46th
Street No. ,4-166, $40. Inquire
8th Street No. 5-30. Phone
FOR RENT: Army inspected
furnished 1 -bedroom apartment,
kitchenette. 4th of July Avenue.
Phone 2-2081 or 2-1140.
FOR RENT: One-bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment in quiet resi residential
dential residential neighborhood'. No. 46-47
2nd Ave. (formerly 48th St.).
FOR RENT: Cool furnished 1 1-bedroom
bedroom 1-bedroom apartment. $90. 51st
Str" No. 30. Call 3-7069 or
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Telephone
1386. New Alhambra Apart Apartments,
ments, Apartments, 10th Street, Colon.
(Continued from Pin 1)
yesterday morning by Attorney
General Hermogenes de la Ro Rosa
sa Rosa who sought to establish
whether there had been any
violation of the Penal Code by
the speakers at the rally.
Yesterday, De Leon asked the
Ministry 'of Government and
! Justice to supply a copy of Diaz
credentials as First Vice Presi President.
dent. President. However, he refused to
comment on whether he wuuld
order Diaz1 arrest or his tem temporary
porary temporary suspension as Vice Pres President.
ident. President. Informed sources indicate that ;
If Diaz and the other speakers
at the rally are charged with a
violation of the Penal Code they
fac prison terms of from four
to ten years. In addition, Diaz
would automatically lose his
status as vice president.
Diaz arrived at the District
Attorney's office this morning
accompanied by several Assem
blymen and political friends, all
of whom were asked to leave
while the questioning was con conducted.
ducted. conducted. Midnight Wedding
Ends In Disaster
As Floor Caves In
CAIRO, July 26 (UP) A
midnight wedding In an old
house here ended in disaster
when the top floor of the build-
ing caved In and sent the walls
crashing down on over 200 guest-
tv..n innii.Hin t.hm u,hit.from a recent International Lions
clad bride, were killed In the Convention in San Francisco, at at-disaster
disaster at-disaster and 45 hospitalized with tendei the meeting with Dr. Teo Teo-i.h.H.,
i.h.H., Teo-i.h.H., idoro Anas, Lion governor of Cen-
vir. riir. hrioartM wsrs
still hauling dead and Injured
from the rubble early today. Ad
ditional victims were believed
still in the ruins.
The building, situated off an
alley in the Darb E3 Ahmar
quarter near 8aladin's CltadeLl
collapsed shortly before mid
Sugar Ray Slates
August 8 Show On
Santa Cruz Stage
Clarence F. (Surgar Ray) Samp Sampson,
son, Sampson, Jr., still present a second
srow. n;iiled "A Night at the
Paramount." on Aug. 8 at the San Santa
ta Santa Cruz Theater in Gamboa.
Other artists featured on the
show wiL be Sandy Mae, for the
first time at this theater: Emer Emerson
son Emerson Cooper and his Moonbeams;
calypso singer Papsie Headley;
Dorothy Francis ( Colon's Ella);
Bobby iNat) Husband, Evelyi Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, th four Sugar tops, a cha
rh, ahl i1 J.im lain. NmU.
Lyawm contest winner; the Bana l
a rose irorpe, with a cart f
ten: Tetnpuuoa troaoe. with a'Rassu and vzecnosiovaKia win
cast of 12.
'r Ra aU will perform,
and on hand to furnish the music
wifl be the Gay Spots TV combo.
LEAVE YOUR AO WITH ONE OF OUR
INTERNAL. OK PUBI.JCACIONKS No. 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACY 182 La CarrasquiUa rARMACIA. LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 2S "BM Btreel m MORRISON 4th ef Jul Ave. J SL LEWIS KRRVirK Ava. Tlvnll No. 4 e PARMAC1A EST ADOS UNIDOS 149 Central Ave
FARMACIA LUX 184 Central Avenue
VA'N-DEB-JIS M Street No. 5j FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parqoe Lefevre
me acne vuui tnvetre,
a Lrl i
FOR SALE: 1952 Buick 4-door
sedan,- duty paid. Reasonable.
Call Balboa 4111 or 1777.
FOR SALE 1950 Mercury Con Convertible,
vertible, Convertible, wsw tires, radio, pow power
er power seat and windows.' Call 83 83-3289.
3289. 83-3289. FOR SALE: 1952 Buick Sedan,
good condition. Leaving soon,
must sell. Make reasonable offer.
Phone 83-2183 or 83-2198.
FOR SALE: 6-cylinder 1953
Pontile Station Wagon, .radio,
now transmission, duty paid.
Phone Panama 3 0290 or
FOR SALE: 1953 Two-tone Bel
Air, powerglide, $775. Phone
FOR SALE: 1953 Dodge
Club Coupe, Gyromatic, tinted1
glass, w walls, radio, heater, turn
signals, 2-tone, top shape. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-1802.
FOR SALE: 1948 Oldsmobile
4-door, hydramatic, $200. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-3632.
155 Central Ave.
TRANSPORTED BAXTER, S. A.
Packers i Shippers Movers
Phones l451 TTL 2
Laern Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding 6 Jumping Classes dairy
3 to 5 .m. r- Phone 2-2451
or y appointment. v
Gibraltar i.lfe Ins. Co.
for rates and. Information
TeL Panama 2-0552
PANAMA e COLON
Across El Banco Naclonal
Two Guest Speakers
Address Lions Club
Two guest speakers addressed
the Balboa Lions Club last night
at its weekly meeting in the Fern
Room of the Tivoli Guest House
They were Dr. Lewis Breitenbach
of Zurich, Switzerland, interna
tional representative, and Dr.
Walker M. AMerton, former pro
fessor of sociology at the Umver
sity of Chicago and present pas pastor
tor pastor of the Gamboa Union Church.
Breitenbach, returning to Swit
zerland through Latin America
tral America, who is affiliated
I11 oorgas nospiiai.
In his short address. Breiten
back explained bow an exchange
system of children had been es established,
tablished, established, with youngsters from
one nation being swapped with
children of another European coun country
try country for a period of several motnhs.
Children are lodged with lions
in their new country.
Alderton, referring to excerpts
from various books of his out -of
print ceUectioo of American ha-
mor, explained bow the humor of
people, even before the age ot fan
guages, was responsible for un
derstanding among men. He defin defined
ed defined laughter as one of the phases
capable of definite expressions.
Both lecturers were well receiv
ed by a large audience.
CAIRO, July 2 (UP Egyptian
.h'P and planes adjured from
ihold msneuvert before President
Carnal Abdel Nasser off Alexan Alexandria
dria Alexandria Saturday, it was reported to-
AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 13-K
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE 4. Fo. do
FOR SALE: Bargain. Chines
i dining room set. Box 86 Balboa,
FOR SALE:- One small native
horse. Very reasonable. Phone
FOR SALE: Save money I Buy
Clayco blocks, 4" x iZ"y 12".
They are economical,, light and
do not crack, SI 23.20 per thou thousand.
sand. thousand. Clayco & Alfareria, S. A.,
Via Espafia No. 37-48. Phone
FOR SALE: PIPER Tri-Pacer,
rebuilt, perfect. Paitilla. Miran Miranda.
da. Miranda. HUDSON Wasp. 1952 4-dr.
Hydramatic, radio, A-1, $600.
REFRIGERATOR. 60-cycfe, 8.8
cu. ft. No rust. $100. Plate
CAMERA. 4.5 Skopar, dxb, press
back, 3 cfh. $30. Curundu 83 83-5196.
5196. 83-5196. FOR SALE: Business, on ac account
count account of trip. Well situated, or organized
ganized organized and productive. Be in informed
formed informed personally. Via Espana
No. 43-34, front of Clayco.
FOR SALE: Boston Terrier fe female
male female pup, three-quarter bred, 3
months old. Riviera Building,
Apt. 6, Juste Arosemena Aa.
and 46th Street.
FOR SALE: '42 Packard $125,
Philco refrigerator $60, tape rec recorder
order recorder $50. 12th St., Rio Abaje
No. 25, Allen.
FOR SALE:-Spinet piano, "Bet "Betsy
sy "Betsy Ross" solid maple dining room
set with Hutch cupboard. 5440 5440-A.
A. 5440-A. Diablo Hrs.
FOR SALE: A.K.C. registered
Cocker Spaniel puppies. 2262
Carr Street, Balboa. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2444.
FOR SALE: Electrio fan, 25 25-eyele,
eyele, 25-eyele, 12" oscillating. Phono Ne
Ten On Kasper Jury
V'. 7' ;
KNOXVnXE, Term. (UP)
jncroer oi me leaeral jury that
convicted seven persons for con
spiring io nait racial integration
at Clinton. Tenn., high school to today
day today called themselvcis true south south-ernersr
Ail but one of the 10 men and
two women said they do not be believe
lieve believe in "mixine the races" hut
felt Negroes should have "equal
rights." One juror is "more
or less neutral" about integration.
Northern segregationist John
Kasper and six Clinton defendants
luesuay were found guilty of
criminal contempt of a permanent
injunction aramst interferine with
integration. They halve until Aug;
14 to file motion for a new trial.
The jury v as composed of East
Tennesseans. Only two have lived
norm oi trie Mason-Dixon Lone.
Integration was "not what we
were trying said 57-year old
Dana Phipps of Powder Springs.
"Sure, I'm opposed to integrating
the races but the trial was not
concerned with integration itself."
Foreman Powell .May. 64. re
thed Western Union operations
manager, said, 'I'm a Southerner,
no doubt about that.' I have no in interest
terest interest in the North."
"I'm a Southerner, I'dont be believe
lieve believe in mixing the races in
schools," 1 said James Ruth
of Washburn. "I believe in the
Negroes having their privileges
but I also believe they should stay
in their place."
"I'm not for mixing the races,"
said John. T. Reynolds, 27, of
L,r oiiette. "Neitner oo i believe
in vkilatinc the law."
Almost aii ot ine jurors saia iney'-w ? s. j
Z'ssfiiSLir u m Adams7 Pleads
27-Iiich Rain Causes
Damage On Jap isle
TOKYO, July 28 (UP) A de deluge
luge deluge of twenty seven inches of
rain in less than 24 hours hit
Kyushu Island with catastrophic
force today, causing floods and
landslides. The known dead and
musing were In the hMndreds.
Official police figures said
there were 157 persons confirm confirmed
ed confirmed dead and 249 missing. The
figures were expected to rise
when communications are re-i
t...- r-t. aMn.
the ine ad the death torn
Police listed 47J9S persons be-
innrin. n o Kso f.miiiM r J
r.tA k nwd ,e
homes washed away or wrecked.
Police reported 1.031 houses
damaged. 258 washed away and
The worst hit were the cities
of Isahaya, with a population of
80,000, and Omura, a city of
half that size on Omura Bay on
the west coast of Kyushu and
some 10 miles from atom-bomb
ed Nagasaki: Kyushu is Japan's
southernmost main Island. j
"H STREET. PANAMA LIBREKIA-
le Ossa Ave. NO. 41 FOTO DOMY Justo
I Street FARMACIA "8AS" Via Forres Ul ) N0VEDABE8 ATMS Beside
The FATIMA PHARMACY lo located
cated located at Mercado El Rev, offers
efficient filling of prescriptions
and home delivery service. Phone
' 3-minute car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of ;
cars $5. Auto-Bafio, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears. V
Have your television problem
solved by experts. Call U.S. TEL
EVISION, Panama 2-4616.
Tha bast dinners ami drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
; bar. Hot) Internaclonal "Pit
sa S da Mayo.
ACQ3T OH BXfPCl
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
V 10 6 4
A J I
Eoth vulnerable -South
Opening lead V Q
SIX spades Is a lay down. No
finesses or breaks are necessary
as long as someone does, not get
in a run against declarer at tne
start of the hand.
It is an extremely difficult slam
to bid es may be evidenced by
the fact mat when it came up in
a recent Southwestern tournament
the only pair to get to it were
Mrs. I.vid Hawes of Fort Worth
and Dr. Jolm Fisher of Dallas.
East opened the bidding with
one club at all tables and most
At this point John took charge
spades immediately. Naturally e e-nough
nough e-nough when this bid was made
the, slam wnt right out the win window
dow window as North always passed.1
Dr. Fishei chose to bid two
clubs over the opening one club.
The way most people including
Dr. Fisher play this bid it' is a
force to game and shows a hand
forcing two bid normally.
Mrs Hawes bid two diamonds.
Dr. Fisher bid two spades only
(be had already forced to game)
and Mrs. Hawes jumped to four
spades. Her hand did not look like
much Twi she had the ace of her
suit and John's queen.
In ordtr to forestall tne many
ano bid four no trump. He was
nrettv sure his oartner held the
re of diamonds but the Black
wood convention exists to check
up on aces and it is silly not to
use it when you can.
When Airs. Hawes showed an
ace Dr. Fisher bid the slam,
if Mrs. Hawes was aceless the
readers who will point out that
it Mrs. Hawes was aceless tne
Doctor would probably have gone
down at five. I mignt aaa tnai vt.
Fisher was well, aware of his
risk but chose to take it.
Guilty of Forgery,
Illegal Drug Use
LEWES, England, July 28 (UP)
Dr. John Bodkin Adams plead pleaded
ed pleaded guilty today of 14 of 18 charg charges
es charges of forgery and illegal use of
The portly, 58-year-old general
practitioner previously exonerated
of charge he murdered elderly
patients for their money, pleaded
innocent to the other two charg charges.
es. charges. The trial continued today fol following
lowing following his plea. He had been com committed
mitted committed for trial last May.-
He vas freed in $5,600 baiL
Adams won acquittal two months
ago of Killing Mrs Edith MorelL
an eiaeny woman pauero win an
overaose oi oxuks. ine wdwb
withdrew another charge of mueH
i. -"SS? ,crfmtn1
sensational murder trwls of this,
lc nwiii is id Aflame facet
a poss'jle total of 20 years inpris inpris-onznent
onznent inpris-onznent en the charges to which
he pleaded guilty today.
They relate to forgery -of pre prescriptions
scriptions prescriptions to obtain drugs illegal
(y for patients uid to police charg charges
es charges that Adams used drugs ille-
cany to aid eatients in pain.- i
The charges first were brought
in Lanbourne court a month ago
and were transferred to the coun county
ty county assizes here for trial.
PRECIADO T Street Me. IS 4CENCIAB
Arosemcna Ave. and S3 St FARMACIA
FOR SALE. Mahogany chest, 2
, armchairs, coffee table (glass (glass-top),
top), (glass-top), dining table, 4 chairs, aluminum-
porch chairs, refrigerator,
' miscellaneous. Lowest prices.
Calle 46 No, 44, corner Colom Colombia,
bia, Colombia, lacing park, Apt. 8. Phone
3-1857, 5-9; Sunday 10-5.
FOR; SALEt Will sell at any
price, "Buccarat" crystal table
set for, 12 persons,' 84 pieces.
Can be seen at "Muebleria El
Diablo,' Central Avenua No.
FOR SALE: 1 1 -en. ft. refriger refrigerator
ator refrigerator $135, 220-v. hot water
heater $25. Phone Pan, 3-4870.
FOR SALE: Easy Spin Dry
; washing machine, 60-cycle, good
condition, $45. Phone Albrook
86-6154 days, 86-3274 nights.
FOR SALE: 2 reclining chairs
$7.50, heavily silver plated "Last
Supper" $12, ported plants on
stands $1.75 to $3.50, kitchen
table and utensils $5, strong
round table $10, mahogany night
stand $3. J 0779-B Williamson
Place. Balbee 1852 :
FOR SALE: Living room' and
dining room set, gas stove, refri refrigerator
gerator refrigerator and ether household arti articles.
cles. articles. Moderate price. 4th Street
No. 7040, Central and Melen4
FOR SALE: V.M. -Hi-Fi record
player with records and ether
furniture, excellent condition.
Owner leaving Isthmus. Inquire
at premises 5-7 p.m. 9084 1 0th
St., Apt. ,21..-
S!FOR SALE: Living room set
$39; complete dining room set
Including china closet and side sideboard
board sideboard $150; complete double
beds from $39; kitchen cabinets
$39; perch sofas $19; basket
chairs $12; mattresses $15.00;
rocking chairs $16.50; alumin-
urn porch chairs $9.50; metal
beds 30' $7.50; metal chairs
$3.50, linoleums $6.95. House Household
hold Household Exchange, National Avenue
No. 41, Phone 3-4911, 1-7348.
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
New $10 Million
For Pan-Am Road
WAKMWfiTnW Tnlw Ik VttdS 1
1 -v. V. A
rne House Public Works Commit Committee
tee Committee approved legislation today to
authorize an additional appropria appropriation
tion appropriation of 10 million dollars for Mm-
pietion of the
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FORD, Anclia . .v t -.V. '.' -.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Small outboard
speedboat, .new 1 0-hp,- Evinruda
moror, remote controls, $425,
FOR SALE:, 1956 Scott-Atwa-te
33-hp. outboard motor, long
. shaft, used very little, excellent
condition, $275. Phone 2-3194.
House 5607-C Diablo Hts.
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Teenagers P ret eons
Balboa 2-4239. Harnett i n d
LONDON" (UP)-The Daily Ex
press today printed: an eye-brow
raising picture of Princess Mai
garet with a plunging neckline and
hinted delicately she mignt De put
ting on weight, -.-
The picture showed Margaret at
a (Buckingham Palace garden
party in a dress that left little
to the imagination.
"The dress she wore was one of
the prettiest," commented colum columnist
nist columnist William Hickey. "Thfr hat
was simple, ana as tor me dress
"Well, a dress should be where
it was meant to be the day it
was made. Could one or two ex extra
tra extra pounds a few extra dishes of
strawberries amd cream, a lew
extra ice creams at parties have
given it a look what wasn't intend intended?"
ed?" intended?" Long-Sought Thug
Shot By Policeman,
Nabbed In Hew York
NEW YORK, July 26 (UP)
A man wounded and caotured' to
day in a un fight with police on
Manhattan s upper; West Side iden
tmed himself as George (The Eel)
Lamed, object of a widespread
tiong, stand manhunt.
He was reported in critical con'
diton in Knickerbocker Hospital
where he was taken after ; the
Larnea, 32, eluded a 200 man
posse for a week around Baby Babylon,,
lon,, Babylon,, Long Tsland, July 11 after ne
fled a robl-'-". at nearby Baldwin.
The tali and scarred young
desperado t J a running;, 60-shet
gun -fight with Nassau police when
he escaped from the Balwin rob
bery. V; w'
It was believed he waa wound wounded
ed wounded in that shooting fray, ;
Shortly before 5 a.m. today a
New York patrolman named Chess Chessman
man Chessman tried to stem Lamed as he
left a restaurant at Amsterdam,
Ave. ana-iura street.- ine res-
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RAF Jels Continue
To Pound Omant See
Nobody On Ground
SHARJAH, TrUcia! Oman, July
2S fUP) Royal Air Force jets op operating
erating operating from three bases poured
rocket and cannon barrages' inti
Arab rebel strongholds in the sul sultanate
tanate sultanate of Oman for the second
day in a row today.
Four jets flying from this dusty,
furnace-like, base on the southern
shore of the Persian Gulf blasted
a deserted rebel fort at Nizwa,
headquarters of the Oman insur insurgents.
The rebellious followers of thi
Imam, the religious leader who
claims the sultan's throne, had
taken heed of- warning leaflet!
scattered vesterday. Returning pi
lots said they did not sight a1 sin single
gle single person on the ground during
their attacks and not a shot wai
fired .t them.
Other RAF planes from Bahrebr
and Aden attacked other rebel
concentrations in the mountainous
hinterlands of the sultanate.
. The pilots who returned hers
said that as far as they could de determine
termine determine their two- days of ttrateg-
ic sorties bad not taken a single
It London, Foreign Secretan
Selwyn Lloyd- told the House ol
Commons?' Britain is sending hfv
necessary forces" into the Persia Jll
ttoff to help the sultan of Muscar
and Oman crash the tribal rebel
lion. v'.Mt ,.
He said there -was no truth t
reports from Cairo that the sultan
was seeking a cease-fire agree agreement
ment agreement with the; Imam.
taurant proprietor had followed
Larned out of the place calling
for help.- h '-..-'t
Larned, police said, ran along;
Amsterdam Avenue and fired at
the pursuing patrolman. Chessman
fired back, bitting Larned in the
hand and. in; the baick.; bringing
him down. , 'j
A Transit Authority pollcemaa
had joined in' the chase and help helped
ed helped .capture the-gunman, who was
caught three blocks from the res
At KnickerbocVer Hsooital the
OTinman said he wais Larned.' He
fitted the description and had tat
toos like Larned.
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Prof Pooh-Pooks. Cigarette
Fears, Uses Fags For Colds
WASHINGTON, July' (OPV-. f h""
A cigarette smoKing meuiu.. k-"
fessor scoffed today at claims
that smoking causes cancer. e
said he smokes heavily to ward
off head colds.
The testimony was given oy
Prof. Harry S .N. Greene, head of
the pathology department at Yale
Medical School, to i House sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee which is studying the
effect of filters as protection
gainst' possible health hazards
from cigarette smoking.
Another witness, Dr. S. Z. par pardon,
don, pardon, a chemist for the Rand De De-velopmtnt
velopmtnt De-velopmtnt Corp. said his firm had
found that a "known-cancer pro producing
ducing producing agent" occurred in con condensed
densed condensed tars of smoke from cigar cigarettes
ettes cigarettes as well as cigarette paper
Greene pooh-poohed the current
"scare" over cigarette smoking as
t factor in lung cancer.
"If I have a cold coming on, I
imoke a lot of cigarettts and
w.v. .in without a cold, he said.
Subcommittee Chairman John
A: Blatnik (D-Mlnn). asked Green
' he explained Impressive"
tistict Showing lung cancer Is
more prevalent m cigarent imo
mim than nan-imokrS.
.Green said he had "little faith
he was suDDOrted in his test!
mony by Ian G. MacDonald, chair
man ot the American neaicai a a-ociation's
ociation's a-ociation's subcommittee on can
MacDonald, a professor at the
Umversitr of Southern California's
school of medicine, testified that
evidence to date "fails to establish
any sound basis on which a causa
tive influence may be assigned to
cigarette smoking in the proauc
tioa of cancer of the lung."
Blatnik, who smoked a non-filter
elaarette during the hearing.
called on the cigarette industry to
break its "silence" and reply to
charges before the subcommittee
that most filter cigarettes are "in-
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ard than plain varieties.
Greene, referring to statistics on
the rising lung cancer rate among
smokers, said "it may be that peo
ple who have a hunger for cigar-
ette smoke ave a preaueeuun iui
cancer." It may be constitutional
rather than, cause-and-effect.
He said smoiung may iven oe
"beneficial" to mankind "We
just don't know."
Blatnik commented that the sub
committee had Invited Greene to
testify at the recommendation of
an official ot tne lODacco inausiry.
Greene replied that no one in the
tobacco industry had suggested to
him that he testify.
Blatnik complained that the ci cigarette
garette cigarette industry had been "con "conspicuously
spicuously "conspicuously absent" at the hearings
even though it has been invited to
Industry Back Up
Filter Tip Claims
WASHINGTON, July 26 (UP) (UP)-Ren.
Ren. (UP)-Ren. John A. Blatnik (D-Minn.)
today demanded the Federal'
Trade Commission force the cig cigarette
arette cigarette industry to "back up" the
claims of filter tip cigarette ad advertising.
vertising. advertising. Blatnik, Chairman of the House
Subcommittee cigarette filter-caa-cer
investigation, said his subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee would call on the FTC to
summon industry representatives
He said the cigarette Industry
had failed to accept invitations
to send representatives before bis
subcommittee and called the in
dustry's "reluctance to come.
and back up their filters" puxz
However, he said that at FTG
hearings the industry woum oe
forced to "back up their claims"
Record Picks Up
WASHINGTON. July S (UT
The "Contressional Record
Included today an article that
appeared in The Panama Amer
ican of July 18.
The article reported an In
crease of malaria in the Pana
ma Canal Zone. It was Inserted
in the Record by Representative
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LONDON, July 26 (UP) A com
mittee of the American Bar Assoc
iation yesterday condemned the
U.S. Supreme Court's recent de decisions
cisions decisions on Communist subversion
and called for swift action by
Congress to "overcome the ef-'
Former Sen, Herbert R. O'Con
nor of Baltimore. Md.. chairman
of the committee, announced that
draft legislation is now being pre
pared to replace the disputed rul
The A.B.A. "committee on com-
munist tactics, strategy and ob objectives".
jectives". objectives". .:. said the, legislation
should., "safeguard. . FBI lues,
restore investigative freedom, of
congressional committees and
strengthen the federal govern.
ment's right to fire security, risks
even in "so-called non sensitive
O tonnor, former governor of
Maryland, presented the report to
the House of Delegates of the
A.B.A. convention in London.
Three members of the Supreme
Court were present to hear the
O'Connor committee recommenda recommendationsChief
tionsChief recommendationsChief Justice Earl Warren
and Associate Justices Tom Clark
and John Marshall Harlan.
Clark had. no comment on the
report. Harlan, of New York, indi indicated
cated indicated his views in advance in an
address Wednesday night.
we shall gain nothing in the
end from internal security meas
ures," he told an A.B.A. gathering
if in the process we allow our
institutions to become eroded or
withered by our own actions.
We lawyers have special re
sponsibilities in (his regard which
We can best discharge by insisting
upon the traditional notions of jus jus-tire
tire jus-tire and fair play in dealing with
the individual in these emotional
The committee report recom
mending "remedial legislation" to
combat the Supreme Court rulings
said "special mention" should be
made of the June 3 decision' open opening
ing opening FBI files to defendants.
It said rules should be adopted
so that "one accused of subversion
against this nation and its oeoole
will not be allowed to rummage at
win tnrougn government docu
ments containing confidential in
formation iovDortant to the nation.
al security and of no relevance
whatever toth defense of the
For Latin Schools
Mid-term vacation for students
of the Canal Zone's Latin Ameri
can schools will begin next Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Classes will be resumed on
ine Latin American schools o-
pene. this year on May 6. The
mid-term vacation corresponds to
spring vaci;tion for the United
States schools, although it comes
during the first semester rather
than the second.
During Ihe vacation, school of
ficials said, no organized activi activities
ties activities will bo sponsored by the
Schools Division. Motorists driv driving
ing driving through the Latin American
towns are cautioned to watch out
for playing children.
Skellon Family Row
Travel To Continue
(BARCELONA, Spin, July
(UP) Comedian Red Skelton
ehanged his plans about returning
home today and said he would
go on with the European trip
planned for his Incurably ill son.
Skelton ordered plane tickets di direct
rect direct to New York for himself, his
wife,' Gloris, their daughter, Val Val-tntine,
tntine, Val-tntine, 11, and son, Richard, I,
wbo is suffering from leukemia,
after a family argument in Rome
The dispute was ever whether
to go onji European trip by plane
or drive 1" a Volkswagen bus
Skelton bought In Zurich.
The Skeltons apparently settled
the dispute before their plsno ar arrived
rived arrived here last night
Skelton took Richard to a oun oun-fight
fight oun-fight yetterdat afternoon. He said
they mould fly to Paris tonight,
thea go to London, Scotland, the
Scandinavian countries and pos possibly
sibly possibly the Middle East
Miami U. Student
Traveling In Cuba
HAVANA, July M (UP) -reft,
aeu L. Has, Zr-pcar-ou univcr-
aitr f atiaau aseoieai auiocm
viaitiag Cuba as a tourist, eoov
iUed sulcus yesuraiy.
I He took poise, cut his veins
and JuaApW from a ninth story
window at suburbaa Hotel St
Johns. Re left a acta sayiag he
lad decided to take, his life prior
to his arrival I" Havana aad
"apwtogtwd" to thr hetol
lac & "essbarrasMieat."
"Let the people
House Hands Ike Stinaina Defeat
Canal Zone school children who
are entitled !o fr.ee bus transporta transportation
tion transportation when school opens n Sept,
4. should call at the school they,
will attend aftei Aug. 18 to se
cure, their free bus privilege caras,
the Division of Schools announc
ed today. .
That cards wiH be issued y
the school to the students living
in Zone school districts which do
not hav asproprlaln school fa facilities
cilities facilities ahd to those II vino a
considerable distanco from their
schools. Th free bus privilege
will afe b extended to kinder kindergarten
garten kindergarten children residing in areas
where the traffic haxords are
Free bus transportation will be
given to children living in the fol
Kindergarten children residing
in Old Cristobal, De -Lessens A-
rea. Colon Beacn, new v,ni.u,
Ancori, Balboa Heights, Balboa
and Lo Rips. ...
Pupils of grades M residing in
Los Bios, Sosa Place, San Juan
Place, Old Corral Area outside
E. B. O'Brien, Jr.
Upped To Chief,
The promotion of Edward B. O' O'Brien,
Brien, O'Brien, Jr., former assistant super superintendent
intendent superintendent of the Terminals Divi Division,
sion, Division, to the position of Superinten Superintendent,
dent, Superintendent, succeeding A. E. Beck, has
been announced by the Transporta
tion and Terminals director.
At the same time u was "uu"v
ed.that R. M. Wikingstad former
head stevedore foreman of the Ter Ter-min.i.
min.i. Ter-min.i. Division in Cristobal, naa
been promoted to the position of
rvn..;.n uhn has been acting
...Lrintanrfpnt since the retire
ment of Beck at the end of. June,
will assume his new duties Mon-
A native of Alexsndris, Va., ne
k.. wn rontinuoUslv employed m
the Terminals Division since 1948
when he was discharged from the
US Army and took a position as
clerk in the former Cristobal Re
ceiving and Korwaramg nttem.?.
He was promoted, to stevedore
foreman in 1941 and to head steve steve-j...
j... steve-j... nl.am an in 1950. He has been
assistant to the superintendent of
the Terminals Division since 1952.
Wikingstad, a second generation
Canal Zone resident, was born in
i.,.in vi was employed for a
short time in 1139 as a "boy" and
has been an employe in the Ter
minals Division since israe except
for two years during the last war
When he was in military service,
Solons Okay Weeding Out
Of Draftees With Low IQs
icu,r.TnN. Julv'26 (UP)
The House Armed Services Com
.1 .man mouslv todlV to
let the Defense Department weed
out potential arauee
smart enough for the atomic-age
The roup, awi
record speed, approved the bdl
only two dajls after the depart-
t. .ii! Mrmit the President to
fix mental standards within the!
limits set by i-ongreis,
enabling the Army to reject up
to M per cent of its prospective
draftees, compared to the present
10 per cent.
The vote followed a brief bear bearing
ing bearing at which draft, defense a A
Army officials testified tuat the
measure would contribute to mil military
itary military economy, efficiency and dis
cipline, )yUra j.itlva
Assistant Defease Secretary Wil William.
liam. William. H. rraaela Jr. said the
cream at the aaUoa s youta u
coded U operaU- complex sew
weapons. Now that draft calls
have bees pared substantially, he
said, it-is posibl to .be. more
selective, f -- i' :
JTrSMts said pront regulations
loreod tbr Army to )duct mea
vfcoaa tMt kaadW the Jobs it
. aut AU. fit aaid the result is
know the truth and the
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, JULY 86, 1957
With Free Bus
Date Aug. 18
the Ancon school district, and on
Students of grades 7-12 residing
in Margarita, Gatun, Brazos
Heights, Gamboa, Los Rios, Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Heights, Amador Road and
Ancon, including Sosa Place, San
Juan Place, Old Corral Area.
The following set of safety rules
and conduct regulations lor stu students
dents students using the busses has been
issued by the Division of Schools:
Studepts will .agree to the fol following
lowing following safety and conduct regula regulations,
tions, regulations, at the time they receive
their free bus tickets:
Pupils must obey bus drivers
promptly as they are in full
charge of busses and pupils
while in transit.
Pupils should be on time at the
designated bus stops. Busses can cannot
not cannot wait.
Pupiis should stay off the road roadway
way roadway at all times while waiting
Pupils should cross in front oi
a bus when crossing a highway,
not in back of a bus.
Pupils should, keep, their hands
and heads inside the bus at all
Pupils should not move around
oi change seats on busses.
Pupils should not cause trouble
by teasing, pulling heair, scuffling,
or using unfit language.
Pupils must not throw articles
of any kind while on the bus.
Pupils must not shoot paper
clip or papor wads while on
the bis. ...
Pupils who disfigure or mutilate
a bus will be required to pay for
Pupils who do not comply witn
the above safety and conduct reg regulations
ulations regulations will be denied bus privi privileges.
leges. privileges. Fire Breaks Out i
On Navy Ammo
Ship In New York
NEW YORK. July 26 (UP) -An
electrical fire broke out in the
U S Navy ammunition ship Mau Mau-na
na Mau-na Loa today outside New Yor
harbor but was brought under con control
trol control within a few hours, the Coast
The 5,450-ton vessel, carying 3, 3,-500
500 3,-500 tons of ammunition and with a
crew of 220 aboard, was bound
for Earle, N.J., where the Navy
maintains an ammunition dump.
The Navy said the fire broke
out at 10:20 a.m. in the engine
room due to electrical failure. It
was brought under control short shortly
ly shortly before noon by members of the
.ifiil" lituation in which the
Armv is forced to discharge such
men aner spending mvucj
"w hv eouiDDea our lorces
with th mot comDlex and mod-
era weapons which American sci
ence ana jngenuuy tuu.u wmk,
he said. "Yet, in seiecung iuc
men to operate and maintain
thee weinoni. wt are still gov
emed by personnel standards and
concepts of a decaae ago.
i SmaHesi Smce itm
The Defense Department re-
nuMted the lesislatioB last Tues
Ant the same day.it issued a
September draft call for only 1,000
men. The call was 3,000 below
the August figure and the smallest
since April, 1956, when 8,000 men
Selective Service Director Lew Lewis
is Lewis B. Hershey, noting that the Ar Army
my Army is now the only service relying
on the draft, told the committee
be la "embarrassed" by the sur surplus
plus surplus of mea sow available for the
Under these conditions, Hershey
said, -you can't justify compell compelling
ing compelling the government to ase leu
thai the best"
He said it would help military
discipline te draft more intelligent
meat and also save jnoney because
the am art GI is -easier te train
aaa en wit a lower li.
country i$ $afe Abraham Lincoln.
WASHINGTON, July 26 UP)
The House handed President Eis
enhower a sharp legislative defeat
yesterday by. killing the Sl.300,000,
000 federal school aid bill after
adding an amendment to deny a
ny of the funds to segregated
The action, which came on a
narrow 208 to 203 roll call, almost
exactly paralleled last year when
the House killed another school
construction bill under similar cir
The outcome was an especially
stinging defeat for the supporters
on the measure. They had agreed
at the last minute to junk their
own compromise bill in favor of
the President's original program.
The showdown vote on the mo
tion to kill the bill offered by
Kep. Howard W. Smith (D-Va)
was neck and neck all the way.
Near the end of the count the
House was split 200 to 200.
A few moments later Speaker
Sam Rayburn (D-Tex) announced
to the hushed chamber that the
bill had been killed. There Was a
sudden burst of noise as members
joined in animated conversation.
The final vote followed an anerv
debate over whether the chief ex executive
ecutive executive really favored the $1,500.-
000,000 compromise bill. Eisen
hower let it be known two days
ago that he disliked the bill's dis distribution
tribution distribution formula. But the White
House said later he would accept
The President had said reneat.
edly that school aid was urgent.
For Mrs. (altrilr
Ten well-known Isthmians will
serve as honorary pallbearers at
services to be held at 4:40 p.m.
tomorrow for Mrs. Annie L. Cal Cal-vit,
vit, Cal-vit, longtime resident who died
yesterday in Panama City.
The services will be held at the
Scottish Kite Temple on (Balboa
Road. The Rev. William H. Bee Bee-by
by Bee-by of the First Baptist' Church
in Balboa Heights will give the
opening and closing prayers. The
service will be that of the Order
of the Eastern Star of which Mrs.
Calvit was a long-time member.
Active pallbearers will be mem members
bers members of the order.
The honorary pallbearers will
be: Dr. Frank A. Raymond, Har Harry
ry Harry Hart, Frank Violette; Karl Cur Curtis,
tis, Curtis, Daniel A Pagenta, Henry L.
Donovan,. Leslie A. Beauchamp,
William Violette, And Roy Sharp.
Members of Mra. Calvit'a fami family
ly family have asked that no flowers be
Surgeon Gen. Vanls
Polio-Shois For All
Americans Under 40
WASHINGTON, Julv 2 (UP)
Surgeon General Leroy Bur Bur-ney
ney Bur-ney today hailed the success of
the Salk anti-polio vaccine and
urged 41 million still unvaccm
ated Americans to take the
He reported that more than
68 million have received at least
one Salk shot since the program
was started April 12, 1955.
Of this total. Burner said a-
bout 48 million need one or more
shots to complete the recom
mended series of three lnjee
tions. About 41 million under 40
years of age have had no Salk
. Burney reviewed the progress
of the nation's polio vaccination
program at a meeting witn lead leading
ing leading medical and public! health
He reported that during the
week ending July 13, only 56
paralytic cases werr reported J
same wees: last year, so iar uus
year there have been a total of
1.743 polio cases. 730 of them
paralytic. At the same time last;
vear. there were 3,363 cases re-!
ported, 1.739 of them paralytic.
"All atudles." Burney said.
"continue to show the effective-
no figures available on howLn
minv of the -persons afflicted V
with polio "this year received
. "Even though there is still not
enough vaccine to meet all cur-
rent demands, plans should be
the situation which occurred last
fall,- Burney said. "At that time,
uwu v r j
mand. the prowem oc Taccuie
vifvta raoldlT turned into a
problem of Taccana turplua. J
J FIYR CENT p
He also had asked the legislators
not to let the bill get bogged down
in the "e xtraneou s". issue of
The bill would have provided
lor jw million a year in federal
grants to the state s to build
schools in each of the next tive
years. Half of the funds. -would
have been distributed on the basis
of need and half on the basis of
scnooi population, .
At the last minute, however.
Democratic supporters agreed So
back the President's oriti nil
three-year program with the ex
ception that his proposed $1,300
uuw.uw coiai wouia nave been in
creased to $1.500.00O.ooo.
But the vote on Smith's nrnhn-
sal to kill, the enacting clause of
legislation came arst The
House first tentatively approved
me motion by a teller vote of
iM to ,ue. it then confirmed the
uecision on me tinal roll call Vote,
Rep. Stewart L tMaii irn.TK.ht
pleadei, with the House to reject
Smith's "sudden death" move. He
said that "after two years we
nave unauy rached an agree
mem. ne urged the House to
go on ana pass the bill today."
But the measure had been in
strious trouble before tmiav
ing began and the 13 to 105 vote
io aaa me anti-segregation amend,
ment insured its rfpfoaf
Smith heads the powerful Rules
Committee which sont th w,n
the floor only at the insistence of
Speaker Rayburn. The Democrat Democratic
ic Democratic leader wanted to make sure
Eisenhower could not blame his
party for letting the measure, die
in committee. -
The amenfment to tack the seg segregation
regation segregation ..amendment to the bill
was offered by Rep, Sfuyvesant
Wainwright (R-NY). Mryeeaw
House : Republican Leader Jol
seph W.vMarHa, Jr. (Mass), House
GOF Whip Leslie ; Arends (ni),
and Rep. Charles A. Halleck (Ind)
a principal spokesman for Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower m the House, all voted for
Supporters of the bill warned
that adoption of the segregation
amendment was certain to kill the
bill, They said it would force
Southern Democrats to vote solid solidly
ly solidly against the measure on final
- Only one of the three" Negro
House, members Rep. Charles
C. Diggs Jr. (D-Mich) was on
the floor when the vote was tak taken.
en. taken. He did not vote.
Diggs said in a brief speech that
he would not support the amend amendment
ment amendment because he was convinced
there were "adequate remedies"
other than an amendment to the
pending bill to insure eivil rights
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VIF.NNA. Julv 26 (UP) Thf
Hungarian Communist regime, ad
mitted last nigtit xnai several nun
dred' Hungarians had been : ar
rested in recent weexsw avwa
another rebellion. ; v
.. Hungarian Minister Of Statf
Gyoergy Marosan made the dis-,
closure in a speech to, a party
rally at the giant Csepel stpel
plant, one of the rebel strongholds
during last October's revolution.
"The govemmem oraereo mm
arrest of several hundred counter counterrevolutionaries
revolutionaries counterrevolutionaries in the past weeks
in order to avoid a new spreading
of revolt,': Marosan said."
In his speech broadcast by Bu Budapest
dapest Budapest Radio, Marosan said that
"many counter-revolutionary ele element
ment element saw a signal in the recent
Soviet Communist party changes
for restarting their anti-state activities."-
He said most of the arrested
nuugariBiui n iuiuw.
ficeri, factory and landowners and
Fascist functionaries, 'c ; ?
' "All of them played 1 leading
roles in -last year's counter-revolution,"
Marosan told the workers that
"some of the counter-revolutionaries
centered their recent anti anti-government
government anti-government drive in 'Budapest
, He said that the counter-revolutionary
elements had remained
quiet for many months until the
party changes were announced in
the Soviet Union. :
"Then they started their a nil.
Communist activities," be said,
He gave no details of the alleged
According to the broadcast
heard ; here, Marosan also said
that he had demanded the open opening
ing opening of fire against anti-Cprtimun-ist
demonstrators on the eve of
last year's October revolution.
Marosan told the workers he de demanded
manded demanded that Soviet troops should
start action' Vaaainst the demon
strators at t the; beginning of the
revoft Oct. gJ.
T PanAm6hCdn I
blrth lri the Sth Conference of
American state in sannajro,
Chile, A resolution urged all
- the i American nations 4a loin
the'r capitals. and principal;
cities by roadway. The con conference
ference conference also paved the way for
the' first Pan American High
way Contress in wnicb goyern :t
mrnt and lnnostrv renreaen
tatives could1 study road-build-Inr
problems throughout the
Next week, on Aug. 1st.' tha
Seventh Pan American Highway
Congress will convene in Pana
ma City. Todav, after 34 years'
of work toward the Pan Amerl
can Highway ideal, only Panama
remains -with no road -connection
to neighborlna; republics,
una uir ioa nines ui juunm im-
tween Panama and Colombia an an-pear
pear an-pear as the. final serious- srap in
the hle-hway from -North to
South America. .-
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