The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification:
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System ID:
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-!'. f I BERLIN, July 29- (UP)Th( f

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Of-Armas

- GUATEMALA CITY, July 29
(UP) Grieving men, women
, and children by the thousands

f lledv througrh 'Gnat emala's
"White House" today to pay

their last respects to President
iCarlos Castillo Armas, slain
Friday by a Commuhistwho
had wormed his way into the
presidential juard.-' x K

' '!, Police acting under the stern

"state of sieee emergency teg'

, illations imposed following the

t :- president's assassination round

. .ed.np about 100 persons suspect"

' ed or 'complicity m Jtils -,'oeatn.

The nams of the prisoners were

f- not lmmedlatelv made vublle;

, Not even heavy rains halted

the sombre nrocession of mourn.

' ers who filed past the bier In the
presidential palace where Casti Castillo's
llo's Castillo's body4 lay, .attired. In a

colonel's uniform with the! pres presidential
idential presidential sash draped across, the
eheit:' .V; 'jw oil,
4 Many of the "mourners knelt
, i v to kiss the casket as they passed.
";? Inside the palace, a small can.
h. die. burns on the spot where the
, v.gfpresldent iell. Underneath It .is

Tiirrotff nionenert m tnn lioor

wile

was

If j

second of the two bullets

looked. on In norror, 6he
not lhjutre5,,'',rt v.:r. i

A hlock away from the palace,

a saluting cannon boomed one

shot every 15 minutes-n xo xo-servance.
servance. xo-servance. that will continue un

til the president's funeral, early

tomorrow.

c .i 1 ,; ; j (NEA Telephoto)
SET FREE Airmaft Se Ronald Wheeler, who was sentenced
to four months at hard labor for mfiiEiner tn oot 'mhit. .ih..

. wau haircut, was ordered released from prison in Fuchu,
, J apan. on the around that, t.h

In his courtijiartlal. Wheeler Is shown above at Fuchu Air Base.

vuue omewaii naircux our

Reministen t' '0 f: 'Cn'o'riHI s:frsc

BERLIN. July 29" fUP)Th

wesi ioaay cnaiienged the 80

viets to hold free .election to

unify 1 Germany "and rejected

communist aemanas tnat neu

tralization be the orlce of unltv

The U.8.. Britain. France and

West Germany insisted that a
reunified nation must have the
right to remain in the west's

anti-communist defense system
If it wishes. ,1-
They said an imnosed neutral

ization or, demilitarization with

a oan on. membership in NATO
would be unacceptable to the
west!
But at the .same time they of offered
fered offered the Soviet Union security
guarantees and said they were

willing to discuss a European ee
curlty pact If Germany is reuni
fled. '

The Joint plan for unity was

set forth in a 12-polnt declara

tion signed today in the west

Berlin city hall bvWest German

Foreign Minister f Heinricn, von
Brentano, U.S. Ambassador to

DWest Germany i David Bruce,

British Ambassador Sir Christo

pher steel, and French Ambassa

dor Count Maurice Couve de

Murville, i t

Pc::ma Lin:r Addi

Traffic Experts

Parley Underway;
RP To Preside

' v The hemisphere wide1 First

I i Inter-American- conference of
, Traffic Experts opened today as
Panama's Minister Roberto .Lo-.
pes Fabrega welcomed delegates
5! to the three-day meeting.
'The traffic talks are a prelude
to the Seventh pan : American
Highway Congress which meets
- here beginning Thursday.
. Inaugural speaker for today's
curtain-raising ceremony ,was
Minister -2 of Government and

Justice Max Heurtematte.,. He
- pointed out that a unified sys-
te m vf traffic and transport reg-

tilations along the Pan American
N Highway will be convincing

, fcymbol of .' the unity of the
. .'' American nations. '
' v The traffic conference, which
1 lasts untU July 31, wiU work to
smooth the way for the flow of
' lntertiational traffic expected
-' when construction of the inter inter-r
r inter-r t"-; continental road' artery Is conu

"T- as cnairman oi 1 woiucr-,
jv tnce, Colombia nominated Pan-i-
mi'i Mai. Arlstldes Hassan.

cnJfef of, the Nationals Guard's;

ftSA" JW)UG".,ely 29! prive ,-himsetf oMnf private or
(UP)-The court martial ease of ? natural right...there can be no ar ar-Airman
Airman ar-Airman Donald i Wheeler versus cumont whv w ck,u i.i

Sf.

the white sidewall!'- haircut has

caused, quite a stir, but it can't

neid a pair of clippers to, the' way

a" colonel tried, to hang onto hit

piexau a century ana 1 aeo

f- Col. Thomas Butler, one of the
five "Fighting Butlers', of Revolu

tionary war; fame, was so- de determined
termined determined to keep hisv queue -of
plaited fcair thaf ht carried his
fight through two gentral courts
martial," an appeal to the' secre secretary
tary secretary mf warand finally to President-Thomas
Jefferson.
And al'iioueh the President re

fused to intervene, th ribbon-tied

pigtail stm. was hanging down
Butler's back when he. died four
years after the controversy began.'
- The storv is told in diaria.t. lnve

letters, military comniissions and
other papers of the Butler family:

preserved in the archives at

Louisiana- State University, V

Archivist Marcelle F. Schertz

brought the iButlcr case to light
again after the Air Force recently

reversed the court martial convic

tion of Wheeler for refuging to get

tne oare temples naircut ; pr
dered by his superiors.

- It seems Gem James' Wilkinson

rasued an order ia 1801, in the in

terest of health, convenience and

accommodation of the, troops."
abolishing the, queue which waa in
vogue, then.
Col, Butler, a, former Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia lawyer, didn't consider this
a favor at all. In fact he thought
it war as invasion" of his rights

ana said so in ona ot his letters.
.To wit: :, ..' t- .:.:

.-"Has the Congress by its acts

given power to any military offi

cer to compel an inferior in rank
to any act of mutilation, to de-

strained to -respect 'an: order for.

taxing oti tne nair, more than for

any act : 01 mutuation.:.for crop
ping the ears or tlittlncr th nn,i

for shaving the eyebrows or drsw-

vw, UIE fcCCkU., :
r: .-i;-.':-i-.'.i-f';a-.--.j-,'.!''

Butler jfwas- .buried1 at Ormond

f-iamauon m aw cnaties ; Parish

rou wearmg au his hair..

.1n fact says Miss &hW' ft '4

said that before his death Butler

oraerea a noie bored in his coffin
so his beloved queue could hang

-Jay

Cub:n ftctcl Casfro

iTrafflc Bureau. The nomination fmmU' T. A-
was seconded by Chile and rar- I T HfgJ rOlTiSr
tied by acclamation. As first ,ul4-lw wll.il

Arniy ,H8si?i:rI:r$.

vcm chairman Peru nominatea

the US delegation's pioneer roads
official Edwin W. James, the

Abuelito" '(granddaddy) of the
Inter-American road project His
nomination was also carried by
acclamation.- "' 1
Mexico named To mas' Reina

Plaza-, of Venezuela for secona

ton from Chile : was eiecwo

nnnference SDeaker.

1 A luncheon buffet offered by
' commandant BoUvar Vallarino

i fit Panama NaUonal Guard f ol-
- lowed the morning session. Ac Ac-f
f Ac-f tual working sessions of the
- j 'conference begin this afternoon
j With a consideration or a node,
. traffic code to be offered to the
'individual American legislatures.
' ; problems of traffic regulation,
registration and inspection of
. .vehicles, safety education, tc
W wlll be studied. Pesults of the
iA. 4Q'.t ri!i h incomorated in the

. 1 1 f working documents of the f uU
11 Hiehway Congress.
Sessions cf the Seventh High

way Congress, to he neid in ire

, SANTIAGO, Cubat July 29 (UP)
Cuhan Rebel Leader Fidel Cas

tro and r force of 100 mea aH

tacked and captured a former Ar

ipy headquartera at a sugar mill :

-. j v.n.n,i '"' rnnwn over -we
vice chairman, and Venezuela "s, eedend . K v
nomination, Bfjdrigo O cJa j )u,n kunix. .an official" f. the

Estrada Palma sugar mill, M
miles west of the main Oriental
rity of Santiago, told the United

Fress by telephone that the rebels

burned down barracks and "shot
around" the mill for two hours be-

iore wunarswing.
'- t'ntil last Wednesday the mill

had been the headqusrtera of Cu-

an army forces under CoL Pedro
Batxera, assigned to the "exU?rm "exU?rm-mation"
mation" "exU?rm-mation" of the Castro forces in
the Maestra mmintaUis of Orientei
P wince. Barrera moved., his
headquarters to Msffcr. close to
Santiago, and left only -six aoldiers
at the mill. j
The soli en left behind escaped

curwi ire reoel

to$l Your lcggi;3Jf

Iron, Peinl Brush! C

Cops Qn Iblp

If you lost an Iron, 1 wo : paint

crusnei or a pair or canvas leg

Kings, you can resv easy pow
It" : -'C A--..- ,.v

i These three items were pfeked

up by police romewhere In the

naviian area Saturday on a; man

found carrying the things away.
But the mvsterv as to the -ripht

ful owners still remains to be solv-

Today in Balboa aristrafe's

Court, Moses Rodrizuez. a 20-vear-

oid Panamanian, was found guilty

01 vagrancy, ine judge However
continued the case until tomorrow

for sentencing in the hope that
the owners of the itema found on

Kodnguez wult be claimed.

Police said the electric Iron

witfl eord was in operating condi

tion, itiey described the two oaint

brushes as-still having white paint

in mem. ine canvas leggings were
also included in his "loot." f

Owners of a&y of these Items

are asked to report to the Balboa
Police .Station to claim sam j

Bad of J25 was set in the Rodri

guez case. '": .. ."- .1

YtM?-K-J Ycl

Panama Lipe ships may. have
carried some strange cargo 'dur 'during
ing 'during their year of service, but to

day for the first Time one ox weir

vessels wm ve caixyiu 1
Copteri :',yV:':pi r'i'
..' ;jn::-;'':.--:i 'f.XV; -1 1
The ,,Whirly-Biro,'in the ierr ierr-ice
ice ierr-ice of the Inter-American Geode Geodetic
tic Geodetic Survey was flown from the
Pacific sideHo Cristobal's Pier s,
where it landed smick in front of

the S.S. Ancon, at around a.m.

today.1 Vf m '.v
(;.. 1 ( t w it 7
. The propellers were being dis.

mantled in preparation., for stor

ing the Helicopter in a natch, it

J is being shipped to Haiti where It

TwoConinyTheft

Cases Continued
Two cases involving s 1 1 e C e d

thefts from the commissaries were

heard today on both sides of the
Isthmus, v

In the Balboa Magistrate's

Court, sa American,! Thomas S.
McKibbon, 58, was charged with
petit larceny from the Balboa Com

missary, He was .accused of steal stealing
ing stealing three packagea of cheese and

two cans of tick powder worth a
total of $2.73.1:if '( '; -.-

The defendant who la an elec

trical engineer for the Panama
Canal Co., pleaded not guilty to
the charge and the case was, con

tinued until Thursday morning. At

torney woodrow de Castro made
an appearance is McKibbon's law

yer. Tne American was released

on his own recognizance. .
! In the .Cristobal Magistrate's
Court, Lillian Cooper, a 38-year-old
Hdnduran faced the judge today

for allegedly-stealing an ironing

Cord, an extension' cord, '.aspirin

and yeast tablets worth' a total of
$2.86 from the Margarita Commis Commissary.
sary. Commissary. : j
She was released on $50 bail set
in the casei which was continued;

until Friday. w ; v

7

, (NEA RadiovTelephoto);''

PLUNGING PRINCESS i--Thle

is the eyebrow-raising (- photo

Of princess Margaret 1 printed
In 'Lord Beaverbrook's Daily

Express. The pfcture shows

Margaret 'at a Bucklngnam

Palace gardens-party ;w ''The
dress she wore was one of the

prettiest,'' commented column

lst-,Wiiliamt Hickeyi -"The hat

was simple, and as for the

dress itself Well, a -lress

should he where it was meant,

to- be the' day It .wa made,

could one op two extnt' noundi

:,.a 1... i-t. j -1 . .uMi-vw,.,

niLje z cl 1Bo"

1. .t f not intended" 1 ut

Non-Royal Spouse

- k H (4 t 'Ml fi

OfS Discreet Taste

Predicted For Meg

10ND0N. July 29 fUP)A ton

don newspaper .looked over Frln.

cess Margaret's marital prospects

today and predicted she eventual

ly .wilt marry 4 a business or

professional man older than? her
self and not of royal, birth. i

The People reviewed. Margaret's

past escorts and drew this picture

of the man she eventually : wul

CnOOSe;,--.J-;-?iV -;.j,: ...
British L snd not royal. Mar

Caret. 26. "has met1 almost all

the royal possibles; in Europe and
ti ; fallen 4f mnv. et fhaam

aasasr nut snu. ii m j' va jMivui,
A practicing i Christian." f'A

common interest in church affairs

was one of the bonds which united
her to Peter Townsend in the ear early
ly early days of their acquaintance."
Not a playboy: and successful
at some type of work, possibly a
career military officer as was the

Duke of Edinburgh, i .
Older. "Margaret is blessed

with sn above-sverage brain .
usually he finds more in commoa

with those rather older than her

"A good' mixer, who possesses
both a love of the country and a
liking for. the sophisticated .town

lite which Margaret, adores."
Most important, the People said.

he would have to be the soul of

discretion. "The royal rules of etl
quette have to be obeyed,".- i;

4

BUENOS 'AIRES.' July 29 (UP)

.Provisional President Pedro E.

Aramouru's government appear appeared
ed appeared certain of a working majority
In. Argentina's new constituent

assembly -despite a surprisingly-

heavy' Peronist vote mounting

election returns snowed today..,

On -the. basis of about 80 per

cent of the returns, Aramburu's
Radical Pueblo Party and a'Hed
parties appeared certain of win

ning 112 of the 205 seats of the

assembly,

But the bis- surprise was the

fact that about 25 per rent of;

the ballots were blank. Peron. in
exile Jn, Venezuela, had urged
his followers to cast blank votes

in-protest against the provision

al government.-

' Mr w. 1

With- 7.200.nnt1 ballots counted.

there were 1,794,320 blank ones.

The judical Pueblo Party : got
only slightly, more, 1,847,164.
Other smaller parties, also for
reform, drew 2.032.198 Votes, and

anti' reform parties got 1.532,-

,mjft:, "11 -tr

High

Mexico

InWorsit

Any:
-4

o Quak&i

a

RAF Jels Resume

Jet Pkno Atl:ck

to Rebels' itOin;

KTTAff TA TruViai Oman. 1Julv

90 (1tp Britain's rt.oval Alri

Force. sent 1(J rocket-laden Ven Venom
om Venom jets against rebel fortresses
today, ending a twoday, lull In
the battle of QmaU

The renewed fighter strikes

underlined British 1- determina determination
tion determination to back un the beleaguered

Sultan of Muscat and Oman de

spite condemnation from Russia

and some Arab capitals..
British .sround troops the

Cameronv Hiirhlanders simul

tuneouslv built ud their garrison

Buralml oasis where the Sul Sultan's
tan's Sultan's own army was preparing
for an Infantry assault on the

repei-neiq. .lernwryi , ?, 4 ;

The ?r Wenlanders were rein

forced- from Kenya ;-and -East

Africa and, today for the first

time airmen from Kenya went
Into battle. '.

Among., the yenoms tnat set

out for rocket i'- attacks from

Sharja were Jets from squadron

249 bases in Kenya, neany z.uuu
miles south o( this .Persian Gulf

troupie spow

MEXICO CITY, July 29 (UP) Minor-riew shocks"

odded early today to the terror wrought by Mexico's worst

carrnquaM in, 40 years. Loss of life was.high from de destroyed
stroyed destroyed buildings and from flood, fires and landslides
spawned by the temblors.
.The known dead was 46 with some 600 persons in injured
jured injured and dozens missing. The death toll increased as
wouwiids of-Volunteer rescue workers dug through the'
debris of homes and apartment houses in Mexico City th
hardest liit in the 160,000 square mile area rocked by the
quakes. ; .
1 v 1 .A'wrthw 1 4 persons were ,'reported killed, buf the
reports were unconfirmed. A spokesman for the governor
of Michoacan state on the Pacific Ocean west of Mexico
C 1 fy. reported 72 drownedLin floods, but MeYirn'. 'Mm;.

?f W!f!?esy rPrfs r "inaccMrate."

it breakdown on casualties show-1 Hidalgo" state, tust north r-M."
e4 35 dead and '11 missing in Mex, ico JW n1"Bi Mex-,

Ico Cttyclghkoown dead at hit-IAn -Hmstf tf 3" BOff Urtoni wrr.
pancingo,?twoi at':Afi-iuco randf engaged --ia- rescue work' hi 1 the
fin A ft, I.11, nh.irii.,.,iia.. ...... Jr.. V n. :

vucm...i..i BCJI1 if, ffieXICO UlrV twhor D.J

Cross ambulance" driven .Gabriel
Otero saitf this fs tp .worst I
nave ever ; seen 7 v..
The quake twas ,described br
seismologists a one of the worst
in recorded Mexican history.
There were a total ,of 12. shocks.
.The quake struck at 2:4a a.m.
(4:40 a.m. edt) wnh a. severe Jolt
and was followed by, a series of
rolling,, swaying shock waves that

j3ieu inree minutes

'1

There Hv ere 72 repd:1e(' but un

confirmed deaths jin ? Michoacan
state, 35 atr Huarriustitlan- in Gue-;
rrero state just south of Mexico

City and seven at ixmiquiipan, in

Mexico City Quake

Tern

Eyewitness

MEXICO CITY, July 29 (UP)-

was ; sound asleep in 'bed in tne

Hotel Emporio when ... I lelt fnia

temblor it was a terrible thing

I've been through quakes in Ja

nan. Chile and in California but

I've never been through anything

as bad as this. .. r

iGod!y Gafors?

, GLASGOW. Scotland, July 29

(UP)-i. Rock V roU slang is
having 'its impact en church
notices here.. The board outside

one church reads: fSee you later.

Satan hater." V ..

I heard1 the sound of breaking

glass in dozens of sdjacent build

ings. Hundreds of guests in this
hotel and others ran from their
rooms into the streets in their

nightclothes or partially dressed.
There was a, great deal of hys-

ena,

"I managed to get my pants and
a coat on over my pajamas before
leaving my room and going -40

tne United Press office nearby.

' A cloud of dust rose over the

Paseo de la j Reforms and

seemed certain there 1 was wide widespread
spread widespread dam a ge; The: streets

around my hotel and the United
Press office were littered with

broken glass.
Offlc A Shambles

"Tne united Press office is on

the eighth floor of- the, modem

1 Reform a Versailles Building, .18

Thieycj Creak Inlo
Cl3ylon Ojiicers',

Club; Cash Stolen?
. i '- -; .Jr. -V- - 1

The Fort Clayton Of fleers'
nn ktm was broken into dur

ing the early morning hour of
H.tiirrtav and an undetermined

amount of cash taken from two

pinball machines. Headquarters
UJ5. Army Caribbean -; reported!

today.' i-.
ututr txillce Investigators

tnnntt that an attempt had aiSO ttm-iea hlffh Inct nff th PaMA

been made to break Into a casnj Ai j jntered the hall leading to
register and a Juke box without. the office. I had to step: oven, a

success. Tne mess na oecn

trf bv euttlnsr screen at tne

northeast corner of the build-fnvestifl-ation
of the case Is

nntlnnlntr In COODeratlOn wta

r.nai zona nolice. the Army

said. -; '.-.- ; '.
j - &

Descendants ; Of Cdunierf

By DOC OUIOC

NEW YORK (UP) A fellow
here has beea trying in vain for

more than a year to find direct
descendants of one of the finest
artists ever to hit these shores.

The government" owes them pear-

ry $12,000.
. The artist was Emanuel Ninger.
A stocky, blue-eyed man with a
blond beard and a profile some somewhat
what somewhat like that of Gen. U.S. Grant,

Ninper came here from Germany

in l&2 when be was 35 The ship s

manifest listed him, peculiarly, as

si?n punter.

briefly

ia riagtown, IN J living com

fortably with three daughters and
a son in a house which bad one
room set sside for Ningerjand his
art. .: ,. s'

things that weren't there.

Lacking a steel graver te work
with, he couldn't put in certain
fine details with Jus cruder in instruments.
struments. instruments. He got around this by
iimolv leavinr them out and sue-

imnaiM Money gesting their- presence m arttuiiy

that even if you looked closely you

-working only with pe, mi, andi?ot the. Unpresion they were

nrusnes ne cres:ea masterp:ecertuiere.

that later were praised by art

critics. Jiii drawing was impres impressionistic,
sionistic, impressionistic, yet frankly, imitative. He
imitated money $20, S50, and $100

Dins. . ;
The Secret Service considers
his hand drawings the moat ar

tistic coimterfets of U.S. notes in

official siid. J enough at it, Nineer didn't need

mh! hay cf Panama's f """S Tf lne u,e .Because, mean-

r-owrsi rebel raids yet acainrt time he had put his tremendous

u fin, t jtse farfeg rf Tttuieat Fisencia talent to work- He and his

le the public

.Salis-U.

Ha nul r wnrr brivflv

sign painter in Hoboken, N.J- but! currency history. Some of his

attack, the mUl;the employer stid he wasn't good 'notes Kcu;n s place of honor.

framed to set off their beauty, in
trt Secret Service files room ia
Washington, At his trial, art'crit-i

wife jics said bis work was fin impres-

He even left out the tiny words.

which were carried on bills at the
time, saying they were made 'at
the Bureau' of Engraving and
Printing." ..when' the Secret Ser Service
vice Service later asked him why, he re replied
plied replied with pride and dignity:
"Because dey didnt snake dem."
- '1 : .'
v. CltlHf

Adelaide eventually bought a farm aionisuc art he made you

It has been estimated that Nin Ninger
ger Ninger successfully passed between
S330 and J -) of this stuff a moath

see, for about 17 jeirs (including three

years before ne eame-to mis coun

try.) When the Secret Service fi

nally caught him, they found nly

$975 in real money in tne house.

. Murray Teigb Bloom, wbo hss

enshrined XVinger an a D00K juu

published' t by Scnbners entiued

"Money of Their Own." discov

ered that $350 ef tie real meaey

seized la Ninger s bouse aever

was returned to him or his fans
ily. Ninger got out of Jail i 190a
Bloom tried by local pheae, by
notices ia the New York Times,

by letter throughout the country

to locate descendants of tmauei
and Adelaide. None stepped forth
to claim the money. Bloom "says
he atiU would like to find one to
tell him what he has coming.

At the per cent compound in

terest paid on claims against he

government,! n IsbO taken in ism
when Ninger was arrested sow is

$11,545.74 and growing fast

section of the marble facade

which was knocked from 'the Wall
The office Hself was in a sham

bles. There is a crack in -on? wall

about six feet long and two inches
Wide. ' l ,',
All teletype and radio receiving
equipment. was toppled -1 the
floor' and broken.-All the windows
were broken.. v w ' ''
' If there-, are many -other build buildings
ings buildings In this condition, the city

must te mess - .-,
PnpI Run Wildly

Men ran wildly in the rr.reets,

seemingly .with na definite desti
nation in mind.

.Many of he Americans bad

never b e 1 0 r e experienced., an
earthquake and there was much

bandying of advice as lo the best

place to be .if the temblors re

curred. V' '"V .; -J

The women wore i coats ever

nightgowns sad curlers in -their
hair: All the street ligbU bad gone

out-. .. '..

In the flicker lag shadows

formed by- flashlights carried by

Mine of the mea u seemed for

one brief moment that the build building.
ing. building. next to one hotel was falling
down.. It was a illusion but there
was a quick rush of .people sway
from it. r r

Actually, there was uttle talk.

just a kind of overwhelming rea

uauoA of being powerless.

Buildines heavari 'an k.T.U.'J 1

In the clpital. V
' ; Apartmenf Collapses '
.. A new four -story apartment J
bouse collapsed on its residents. ;
The seven-million-dollar ContI j
nentafHUton Hotel, opened only
last December- swuvaW pi. J

fell from the waUs and the elevi ii

ivr snans were sprung. s ;iv
The plush Monte Cassino Hotel :?
was heaved an mrh .ntt a.

foundation. : 'TCr

Satuvdav nitrht rmnii, '

leaving night clubs ran' -' into f
streets as showers of hwiir.n ..

tinkled down. 7 '? ,?
Tires' broke out but were iuiek-
ly brought under control A reat
ClOUd Of dust rosp over th. T....

de la Reforma,. the Park Avenua i
of Mexico City. The United Press
office von the 8th floor'' 'of.- an A
18-story building on the' Pgseo
was turned into a -shambles of i
overturned communications eonin.

ment. A seven-foot crack-raa
down. one wall.. :..

Hesidents streamrf" htiT iha ?

streets within minutes aft r-h.

tremor passed, some '-of StBera ;
kneeling af the' curbs in-nrvv.

There seemed to be Utt hysteria.
-American tourists flocked to
the lobbies of hotels for .aitVtv

Oddly.' some buildinpt v,r hit

badly while others oearhv nrf

fered scarcely any damage. iThe
177-year-old El Cortes Hotel w

ported not ao-much as a winrlnw

broken.- . - t v-.!.'

The Roma residential area -an.

pearea ia nave neen Hardest nit.

A' taree -.month eld. apartment

bouse of four stories was flattened

in a loud pi Blaster dust traoninr

whole families' in their homes.

A, Red Cross official said .there

were-41 famllie ia the. building
and that, 14 bodie had been re
mved from the debris." .',

Soldiers, firemen and Red Cros

workers pulled frantically at the

wreckage to rree more trapped
and screaming inside, '

. At one corner of the ruins, they
clawed a hole large enough- fnr
a doctor to squirm through. Ly ir ?
between eonerete- floors onlv 15
inches apart be treated an imured
woman and gave her Watr
passed to him through the Thole.
; -Army OraWr 1
President. Adolfo Run Cortinei
ordered array detachments in
the city to keep order and preve't
lootine. He wdered familie r,
moved from damaged buildlnc.
A 13-srv (ttmr bou" "t
across the street from UnitH
Press headguartc rs was evac i i-ated.
ated. i-ated. Large cracks had opened ii -its
aides. '-
The- Continental Hilton, a 4
room, 15-story buiWig. wn
15 degrees. Damage was- i
snted at $?50.0oa -The
President Juartx kn
development of llory t-s
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lattara an racerves1 aratsf ully and ara handled d l wholly ceafidential

,)f yau caatrtbirte a latter don't be Impatient if it doein'f appear the

Mjga'iy. Lattara ara aubl.thee' in thi irtfar ticiivaaVr-
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; GI HITS MANNERS OF "STATESIDE REJECTS"

; a. nrmiiri v.Vtt tt Mores my deeoest svmDathy to all the poor,

mistreated Army civfliaa worker Who have callouses on their

tongues Ironi bo mucn esmpiaimng. au ,oi us wuw um
"Stateside rejects" never had it so good. Evidently they left all
nanneis, morals and decency on the ship that dumped them in

wis place tney ciaim to nai so mucu.
ffhe following reasons explain why they are 'Stateside r

ai) They are the foreigners in this country and still they
flxt their prejudices and Ignorance in the faces of peopje who

could have lived a mucn c&wicr mo uu mcjr wv.
v poor examplee of Americans .
. i m... wif rfnnrn thiii rhprrv-red noses at the OIs de-

wndents. I have yet to see the average dependent conduct

I themselves in-the outrageous and disgraceful manner ion is
vefydays mannerisms with these poor excuses "aS?1"8-

(3) Tney nave we ooiy mwicu w rw
etarige would go broke U they f aUed to show up for their five
or tx coffee break & day. One of these creatures was highly
i..nu.j v.u. aibaM fnr hoV nrivilezfi carrl bv a sales cierkv u

... m m. :tn loan their nrivlleee. perhaps they

im Inyo 5 vi aawi, j f a w-- m w - ,
srAMfi Kov. b niflrir iindrstandintr of the meaning 01 tne

piially, i don't know, of anyone holding a whip over these

food people to maice tnem suy in wtwupnui
I am sure the natives of Panama, as well as the GIs and
thi riorumdenta would aucreciate it if these "rejects" would

irM Rn t.h next ihln and never show their dissipated faces

agau.
1 You can be replaced by a human being in khaki.
' t; Me-Ow-
REGULAR ARMY MAN SPENDS NO TEARS ON LOSS OF PX
:7T FOR NEWLY ARRIVED DRAFTEE DEPENDENTS
i rti 1
t Under the name of yom newspaper is a famous i quotation
of Abe Lincoln, "Let the people know the truth and the country
Wmto theWednesday July 24 edition truth may have been
printed about what a soldier said about feeding his wife and
kids on $30 a month, but this statement is not true.
Tbe Army does not plan for this soldier to feed his wife and
k&son this $30 be receives each month. This $30 a monttt, or
tAa7 is the average cost to theMrmy to feed a soldier, and
U 'V soldier desires to eat at home he is given Oils allowance- in
i. an Armv Those of us who have families

irf-ttte states while stauonea nere no nwiTlr 1 T- VvTi.
the soldier does not feel hefan feed himself with this

Half a Column
More Or Less
Now and Then

By CREPI CALHOUN

By

CREDE CALHOUN ),":

gain

$3ff-au lv haao doT& se ttuJNnM to beJ
tal'ca "off of separate rations,vand win b tarnished WrfS

-

balanced meaJr dafly to an Army mess. J
Jrou poor draftees. What a shame that ySu hata to spend
in th Armv and hiiva to be away from your

M&rAUWtowlo So Is' to see the re-nlistment N.C O or

offleei and get an k. a. put oeiwe your BB ithi fnr
witBTus for tour years. Tf you're any good at all, within .four

yeaw you should make the rank of corporal or or-o. u yu
J" Juu ... iVI. ..nlr ntlthln turn TMM

are average, you wui proDDiy nave um
andthe next one before four years. .
A: ahn..f nnt. opttin anmethino: that a man is

-enatVed to after spending four years in the Army or working
naVi to receive it In less time, while you were sitting back In
toaStetes on your fat --back- in school (and I'm not referring
. togh 'chool) or working Jor twice or three times the pay that

n AAr5?f-ueLi,... vtmiid h if ii th R.A. men were dis

'.haWSS T Wnddid not reenlist. I'U teU you, in the Army for two

year" plus who knows how many more with a S serial numoer.
, iio remember that there were many soldiers before you.
b XTmtn as weU as "USS" that spent more than two years
wiflWs"gtoeir families. If you don't believe me, ask some
M tonnes tta kS entitled to have thlr families here now.
fSr thi ttat have married after June 6, they were aware
of Jhat they were getting into when they were getting into

wfcflVthey were marrieo.

"R. A." All The Way".

"-.
Dear Elf

BAN ANTONIO BUGLE

.The heat is still with us. with no Prospeetof s ilet-up. Hang-

lng fight around 100 degrees every j -;r-
TTinr? k California Ppr that it was the heat that killed the
whSpin? SST lnV atte'd
tet bs aU. Some tew drop in from down below and I earnea
' from rfinolnM sent us by Bill Hardin that Panama is not going
1 fne8but twoeftnerles, and no crude of her own- It's in
Snaountor so find it Best prospects around La Pita gravel
- 5?? komFL,-J.r. r,rt.n'. nrsirii Pleased to know some

rRailmaVXrt 'to thlsTuto age it take. road, to
country If you have the road, you can move the oil

wheiv tou want It. Why couian't ranama nsre yu
JX?mouS The two are close together, and one looks like

ntron mr u nf Minnl whose

I WlUie UL b&AV uipiih... 1

Tjo mistletoe, a tree cnrer. m"- -
TZ. a. win in t.ha human bouV.

tSureS Ucaught to Ume, but no one will be safe vintU a vaccine
-ESfcade to kiU it before it exists. I read in my father'. medical
Journal of a hundred year, ago where they were working ona
Mrnidy when other than smallpox there wa but few. I con con-SSd
SSd con-SSd ZlfifiA of emaupox five year, tej a successful
Jana on that only caused me to lose ten days' work and not

MiShi at time. U getting so bad I am afraid I will have
a. P5,i: -V.Vw i!W 'naMhter bought me a pair ot

e?e?ftl r'JSes I could read with, but found out they were all
mad! forlmTVnd didn't make them for head, of my .ire.
th. rVrfio ther advmise glasses to fit any eyes, but fall to

' PW??aS'.U?tmg U tDU morning with 0 degrees with 100
i!.r7v.JfAr(iav can't last mere than two months longer, so I'll
trffo hold out. They hyt almost eventing air
out anoth-

ouftne street, wnere -v.

.CT j Mil I t- ma and ml fla HlDDlT U InCTtM-

inrfur veUb.e nn Wght in' a bVfrom hi." tree and two

otuers ne pin to. up pa wo

I, is a pleasifag experience Jo
have one's impressions of a plaee

coniirmed by an outsider or ror ror-eigner,
eigner, ror-eigner, especially if they concern
a place of which you are fond like
Koauete. Ina is what happened

to me. The confirmer,was an old
friend, on the staff of the Chicago
Tribune, whom I hadn't seen for

twenty years. His name is John

Menaugh. y

Within hours after his arrival

here he was en "outfc to Taboga,

and the day that he returned from
that charming island (Nowfor the
first lime in my knowledge infest infested
ed infested w'& mosquitoes) he set sail for

the ferlar Islands for lour days
fUhing wlich included two sailfish

and numerous other lesser fishes,

He returned to Panama on one

of our hottest days: and the heat

was getting him down despite e e-lectric
lectric e-lectric fans xnd cold .libations,
when we set out for Boaucte. Al-

tlioucb we arrived at Tocumen in

eoed time we almost missed the

plant, it took some talking to get
r.1 . .

on. mere waa some Kina oi mix mix-up
up mix-up apparently due to working Co Co-pa
pa Co-pa and other passengers at the

same station. I didn't wait to find

out the reason, but I surely would

tiave found out the reason if we

naa mioscu the plane.

We had socnt one nleht at Mavor

Cltu's Hotel Taboga, before mov

ing to a private residence, and

While it is comfortable accord according
ing according to modest standards, it is not
like the Palmer House in Chicago.

So it was a pleasant surprise' for
my visitor to arrive in cool Bo Bo-quete,
quete, Bo-quete, after less than three hours

from the capital heat.

He had another pleasant surprise

when we chocked into the Pana Pana-monf
monf Pana-monf Inn and he was given a

room on the patio, the closest in

the hotel to the bar and the ham
mocks that hang outside the cock

tail lounge. Of course, we spent

more, time m the nammocks than

the bar.

Then the meals, probably, plan

ned by friendly Coralia Carrera.

and prepared by the Chinese cook.

who goes aw tne name of Hog Hole

Hong Kong, were another pleasant

surprise. My friend is something
of a gourmet and an authority on

Chicago restaurants'so his opinion

earnest more; Weight, v I suspect

It Uidn't Look So Smalf (VVheh I Was Down TKere

' 7 c $i V l'

r'Tr" 'i w 'i k'-w r

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KGTOrJ

fvlERRY-66-RoUND

y DRIW'PIAISON

This Is Pamplona
By BOB RUARK

PAMPLONA,' Spain --1 start-, from the cattle-raising V farms,

ed to do a piece about Pamplo Pamplona
na Pamplona but I picked up the house or organ
gan organ and the choice of words Is
such that I should be classified
irreverent if I tried to improve.
Here is what it is like In Pam Pamplona,
plona, Pamplona, in the original turnim turnim-talk.
talk. turnim-talk. -' ;
"Every year, Pamplona, the
Capital of Navarre, has as a

matchlss number in his Patron-

al Feast July 7th to 18th
this truly strong, brave and vir virile
ile virile one, called ENCIERRO, whose

iame reacne. out every corner

Pi Wrtrnt

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MOSQUITO CONTROL

T Mr. Oorernor: :

' When I. something polng to be done to correct the lack of
mosquito control In Margarita? Too now we have not leen
ab7te step out side of our house even In the beat of the day,
ltvk-.t nnrmA with mQannltOCS. '.

Jft was proved many jtar. ago that the only way to control

vmutmou ms tn arvav ixi e ir DreeainK ijiaccs mnu mm

' woh rnt atAUrf in Out Baoer of July It this has sot been

done this year, therefore cur hospital, show over 400 per-eent

uv-pcue In malaria. Fiease, ir. oorernor, oo iw Drcma umm
oerfood heaJtfc record we have had for so many yean, won by
nu: n reaearch and hard workby some very smart men.
You say that this year the malaria, "controj1' program- has
r 1 charred to a long-range one of eradication. Perhaps .srhUe
3 v arc vetUnt op this new program It would be wise to go back
to the o!d method of sPayine that proved aa successful over the

years before the people are the ones that are eradicated Instead

c: tre mosquitoes.
n n i icaj

w& both Carried mon wieieht

when we lift thiPaaamont.vHe

pronounced the Panambnte straws

berries the best he had ever eaten

and of txurst. I agreed with mm.

They were deep red,, firm and of

delicious flavor.

Only hardened travelers could
have followed our routine. My

mend alenaugh has spent many
vacation in the wilds of Canada,
on the many lakes, traveling by

canoe and packing across coun-d
try, experience, but I managed;

to hold out.
First there was breakfast for
which we were always, not only
ready, but also anxious, at half
past seven. There were "very
young eggs" and Panamonte bred,
the kind that "mother used to
make." hot cakes with orange
blossom honey and never less than
two eups of Boquefe coffee.
Nexf there was the long journey
across the patio to the hammocks
for. smoking and meditation and
conversation. After a good rest

we prepared for the long trek to
fa. village plaza, splashed with the

color oi orignt ziowers. (it was
the plaza that was splashed not

us.) Our rest on the concrete

benches of the plaza was short for

obvious res sons. Next we might
search for the Havana cigars that

we did not rind until we went to

Romero s in David.

We always stopped at the Bar
Yen, which is not Chinese despite
its name. We were not able to
find a reason for the name nor its
meaning. There we chatted with
Herein, the smiling bartender, and
fortified ourselves fdr the last leg
of our safari which included the
the plaza. After the siesta which
the Panammte stands. Due to our

hardihood and adequate prepara preparation
tion preparation we never failed to make it

After a Satisfactory lunch with
more Boquete coffee, we managed

to reacn tne nammocas zor a sies siesta.
ta. siesta. The latter was aulte necessary

to recover from the exertions of
the miming and to prepare for

our afternoon return journey to
the plaza. Afttr the siesta, which
caa be most refreshing in the cool

air of Boquete, and mora fortifi

cation in liauid form, we we

ready to set out. Once we stopped
at the Davis Remon hardware
store Oo settle the affairs of the

world with Sam Davis.

Cur next stop after thi plaxa
was the Bar Yea ea which I re refuse
fuse refuse to make a pun. Do it your yourself.
self. yourself. There we did what tke

phrase-makers of the Eisenhower

team would call some "dynamical'

ly leisurely" drinking. Not to ex

cess, understand, kut just eaougn

so that we would not run out of

tuel oa the kill climb to tai Pana Panamonte.
monte. Panamonte. After manor we sometimes
routined our renous -activities un until
til until as late as tea p.m., but gener generally
ally generally we were so exhausted that
we wtre ia bed by aine or Bine Bine-thirty.
thirty. Bine-thirty.
Despite eur advanced ages will
added together, make quit a Cl Clan,
an, Clan, we repeated this viol act pro program
gram program day after day with ne visibly
harmful reeulta. Of course, this
program is -not reommiadM for
older people or unfortunate suf suffering
fering suffering from weak hearts. One Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon we did include a J
cock fight, but one gory encounter:
was tnouch te satisfy our bJood

I hist, and seed us te the Bar Ye;
for the accessary treatsaent.

they rerach the city in ble cag

es, by tprin or truck, and are

anven to tne place cauea -uon a

les del gas' (courtyard at the

Oas), very near to the ramparts
of Pamplona. As they come from
each .cattle-raising, in groups of

six or eight for each buinght, in
successive days, they are un
packed at a time previously an announced.
nounced. announced. Several persons,, fond
of the spectacle, go down to the
corrals to see the bulls coming

out of their cages, to be able aft

erwards to comment about the
'stamn' of the bulls, their weight

: "We leave out on purpose
very serious commentary and
point only -that, in the wee wee-hours
hours wee-hours .every morning, a human
stream, In which men, worn worn-en,
en, worn-en, children and old. people
mix, rashes to get a plaee in
the balconies, the crossings
and the ringr to witness this
how which border, drama
without becoming one; which
lasts only a moment in which
thousands of boys, spontaneous
and anonlmous, without de- :
manding applause, are the va valiant
liant valiant actors.
"When the bulls art brought

ana stneir proDaDiex oreveness. ..is 7mi,
is iftfadvanceiofbow the? amito

of the world. People from every

where, Spaniards and foreigners and sthelr pf pbablec braveness.

come to watcn it, wiseexor

themselves its deep emotion and

tne coorful atmosphere and

general gaiety of the 'Sanfer
mines.'

be in the 'Enclerro' and later on

in the bullfight, ; ., , ;
"The 'Enclerrilld' or kittle 'Kn
rierro' is for the bulls to be ta

ken to a yard nearer to the bull bullfight
fight bullfight ring, where they spend the

night' waiting : for s. the next

morning's race. The 'Encierrillo'

takes place between 10 ana n
p.m. and is managed by skilled
shepherds and. carpenters, the
former busy driving? the. bulls

out from the corral into the ir

row alley they must go through,

and the carpenters closing tne

successive wooden doors placed

in different places. ;;
"To avoid the animals any

danger the environs are watched
and all the. accesses closed. Ev

erything possible is made for the

animals to feel as if they were

f rea as in ttie field. From 10 p m. lJt:t,?e?ett j.

to a convenient hour nobody isir.7 5-":T; c?ie,IFs oy wee s new-

WASHINGTON If .you read

careiuuy wnai goes on i wan
Street add compare it with what

happens. in certain.' Congressional

committees in Washington, you get
an amazing chain of events.'
:. flW- Mnndau Till.- A 4k. t

the Superior Oil Company was list

less, .uniy zoo shares were trad

ed. ; , , j .;.

On Tuesday, July 9, the House
Interstate Commerce Committee
. ..ovea by '4 narrow margin the

natural gas bill, which will in

crease gas rates to consumers by
around 800:000.000 a vear. ;.i

i nar same diy, Suporior Oil's :

stock galvanized into action.; E.
thar than was a Ink, from the
-COmmlrtll or ilia varw'faa wark

tiffir thi committM voted. Thi

stock shot up in vaiui $30 a
shan, A total ef ..21,000 shares
win traded.

Thursday. Julv ir nn

shot up again. .This time 53,000
snares were trader! nth..

h,l

' we. -ine price snot ud

ver snare. : ?
M,iH.,i v T..1-. a . a

greater gain.. The price advanced
antber $90 per share. Fifty thou-

" were, traded.
TVfonday, ;uly 5 15f topped them

au. ine price of Superior Oil weut
UP 120, 42,000 shares traded, clos-
inf at a record hiuh nt -nnn

?i'ar.ei;.Afier, th.at Profit-taking set

. mo biuck, leveiea oif though
S"PJor Oil is still the highest
priced .stock on Wall strp

BEHIND SUPERIOR OIL
Now. let's check harfc- ii.

U8t who and whar

IS, If yOU'll rfWsT VAIlp tin AM

Superior 0d is headed by Howard
lieck, the man whose lobbyists tri tri-t,l
t,l tri-t,l bTibe .Sen' .Frncis Case of
South. Dakota with. $2,500 casTi
durmgthe natural gas debate last
pimi.FBr. thi empted bribery,
Aimer Patman anrl Thn m. '

i--i09 ach but never went

allowed into those places and

there everything is silent. r
;f "This v 'masculine and emo emotional,
tional, emotional, act, full of showiness
and braveness, consists in
driving the bulls to the ring,
the same bulls which are to
be fighted in the afternoon.
They pass at a great speed, in
a mad race,, full of risk and
danger, through the-old streets
of the city, filled with valiant
boys who try te avoid the horns

and boots of the murderous

The ideal suit tor s the 'rite.'

wnose braveness, dramatlsm and
horror paralizes the hearts of
onlookers, is "white shirt and

trousers, sandals made. f homo.

a" red handkerchief around the
neck" and the more lightness
that Is possible in the feet and
calm in the head of runners. If

it is a pride for the natives to

maintain their customs. It is no
less a orlde the prudence they

show in, case's ilke ;thls getting;

away from, comics and nonsense.

Brave are all of them, imprudent
only the ignorants. They don't
meet appreciation neither "from
Jheir companions nor from the

i "iengui; ana mw...
' "Time spent:; iy, minutes
Verv sneeoMlv (too fast not

; Democratic aurprisi: Leo 0' ;
Brien of Alb.ny, N.Y., which need.
natural gas, voted ; with Superior 1
Oil and the gas compsnes.
Rapub,lican surprise: Charie.
Wolverton of Camdent N.J.r, repre
senting'an area seriously depend
ent on gas,' voted with Superior

Oil. The bill will cost' housewives

and factories in his.districV.mil
lions of dollars. f'"
Other Republican surprises: Al v
vin Bush snd Joseph Carriee. both

of Pennsylvania, voted with Supe
L.1 a y-v;i -1 1 HiMit S o : . .a

noa vu; aiso vviiuanr springer ox
D-inois, .Joseph' O'Hara tfvMinne-
tanf ta : Bni Dnknrt Unl t iMninaa

alf states .badly needing "gas,

Haie came within a handful of
votes of being defeated last ''year

partly because Maine r" residents .'
resented his vote for the gas oil
companies. John Bennett of Mich Michigan,
igan, Michigan, a state where gas is badly
needed, plus John Beamar of In
diana, also in. need of gas, duck
ed out of voting. They were ab

sent., '
..:K. c. $tak settles y.
The Kansas City Star, following

conviction for violating the anti.

trust laws, has paid the Kansas

City News-Pres In Jthe niii7hhne.

hood of $100,000, and is neijotiatin"
settlements with other papers in

missoun ana jonnson county, Kan

SaS.'V..:i ':. ,' !::'::-

Garett Samllev. nuhlixhar 4t

the News-Press, whirh ufrvff

loss of advertising because of the
Star's monopolistic .tactics; refus-1
ed comment. Asked whether ha
still contemplated a previously
planned $1,000,000 suit against the
Star, he said his plans had chang
ed. He would not brin thn ir

The Justice Denartmonl m

while, plan, to bring a civil suit'1
against the Staf shortly after Aug.'
3 when U.S. District Judge Rich Richard
ard Richard Duncan returns to the bench:
This is a follow-up on the crhni crhni-nal
nal crhni-nal case. .. 1

Mianwhlli, thi Star has bun
negotiating with a group it
Michigan, and a gnup in Okla-
homa with a view to sailing its s
radio and TV stations. Thisi
esmi under fin during thi er.
mlnal anti-trust proceedings tor
contributing to monopoly. There Tr.
have also baan reports that the
Star might sill its morning pa 4
per, the Timis. K,";':

. A"y criminal conviction makes
automaUc under FCC rules that
an owner of a radio or TV, station
gives up his FCC. license. The,
Star s criminal conviction also'
gave proven court iHonn.

I ...... tj j Hv a no IV'
Y f ppomted Judge, Joseph McGaf-

aj', ana tney were convicted
not fpr trying to bribe a Senator,
ISL if0wILra,ling t0 register under
the lobbying act. The corporation
was also fined $10,000. r; "'
("t ?Ofrd Keck, whom these
35$ lsts "Presented, was ndt
1; t ,;Hls money was .involved,
but Attorney General BrowneU did
not prosecute him.i Keck had giv-
the Eisenhower dinner. This was
right in the midriia Jtw. -f. WA

Ue. The check wa .j'smaller comnetins newtnanm k

;a,shee)i"a;::v .-.. V',-t ifWch vthey could .bring: damaged

r aisr vncgiairan' Jnvftat-
ltatad to embarrass various ith
er piopti did rut want t, tm.
aiaI!H Mr' .K,elt Prisldinf
Eiaonhowir. It did not go into
check,
jthoygh I personal dolivind a
photort.t of tha Jheck t.

Clillin'i eimmittii. r ,
L ,W you ."'" Ae tock-mar-HietuJ!nsyou
can now understand-why
Keck could afford to
give $5,000'to the, Eisenhower din"

K'u au auemDted ss xnn

lufts,

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ft 39 pt t 'numtid EJiiot ofibt New York World Telegram k Sun
Announces , J
Stock of the Month Club, Ind
at new concept in service for investors -

Stock or thi Month Ctua, Inc will recom recommend
mend recommend to its subscribers the on stock each month
which Mr. Headenhot and his Board of Advisors
bdim to be outstanding for ...
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A ccaTiptcrjcnsirt snalysis of the company and its :
operation . ks future prospects mulhttnrrtnt
ftutien cf ks stotk wh rttaion l the rtnrrj
mmhet wiH accoropam each tnootbJy selectioa
0 tOU buy trim yoa should seH?
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The Aaowal Subscripooa Fee (12 feeons One.
each Boom) ia the Stock of the Month Club, lac,
is $50. light sow yoa caa become a aubaenbeir and
teeer 1) reports tor the price of 12 -ail for .the
tegular aubaenpooo fee of 150. This introductory
eer will toe expire, so act now!

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WvTHI SECRET VOTi

The Vote nf thi Huiu r.i.-.,.,.

Commerce Committee which ap-
nrnvgr) IK. .... i ...

u I j u ""u"as mil .and

Muukieo Wp proiiw of Superior Oil
vnZiCleU J Is "PPOsed to
know how the Congressmen voted
However, I have the score card of

uir secret-vote, and the folks
back home. who elect theni may
he surprised. Here are some' of
the surprises;

.very often). . -i
. "1 minutes Normal 4
"2 minutes Incldento (someJ
itning strange has happen).
."3... : miiute. incidents
(danger)." 5 i,
' That's Pamplona.

ixkn .'Mf1','- 1mi t Iffl

Algerian llalionalbf

By Croiyd

For Throwing

ALGIERS July WlVPi&YMY

angry crowd lynched an Algerian;
Nationalist in Oran Saturday-when-
he threw a bomb into a bus stop.-4

ana sugnuy wounaea two persons
An accomplice who was stand7'
ingpnearby with a pistol trying ,
to protect his comrade was h
arid x seriously wounded bv

soldier. ; : ?

Police seized two other" AK
gerian. suspected of b e 1 ng
members of the gang.
. The incident occurred short- t

ly after two Nationalists were
executed in Oran Prison. One ;
was accused ot throwing

bomb In a movie theater at .s
Mascara last Dec. 11, hitting
one person and injuring seven
others. The other was accused '. '.-of
of '.-of taking part in an ambush on
July 6, 1950, which resulted in i"'
one death and Injuries to seven

persons. ;
Another bombing at TlemcenJ; 1

r tne Moroccan border- thia

(morning killed two persona and
'injured four other., r

'Old Dominion Start'

Answer to Previous Puzzle

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1 One of '.
Virginia. ;
j rivera : .

' Virginia's
-' highest point
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15 Dross ,,

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4 Mariner's
' direction '-
' 8 Oriental cola
Wrtttlar's
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7 Worthless
table scrap
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in size in the
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1 South African 36 Bellow

bulbous herb 27 Royal Italian

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S3 Conclusioa
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3( Interpret
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SPDowar
property
50 Bitter vaten
51 Cetwal gnisr
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stories

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24 Mimics ..
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31 Usher
J7 Audacity

' lamuy name (slang)
39 The Americaa It Raced '
; ; is its 40 Those whe I
official flower (suffix)
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llAuiidi aaTtnmaniaa i

SSUtislative
body

41 Romanian

monetary unit
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4 Withdraw
47 Oleic acid
star
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HOLLYWOOD, July' 29 (UP) t around In the other, direction,"

caroiyn conciuaea. unen ac
tresses come'bBck in style l.hope
I'll be ready to catch the golden
ring."

BIG STRETCH As Yankee first' baseman Harry Simpson
stretches .for all he's worth, White Sox star Nellie Fox races
across the baa; to beat out a hit in the first inning of a game

played in new Xorfc. Chicago won, 7-Z.

Airman Pleads Guilty To Larceny
In First Of Swindle Courts-Martial

O

1C Bernie L, Or m and, 37, Satur

day pleaded builty to larceny of

$1,528 to set the stage tor a pos

sible. long series of court-martials

in an alleged $38,000 payrool swin

dle, at this Air f orce base. -
Orroand, xt: William -ton, N.C.,
is a veteran of 11 years Army
and Air Force service; and served
with the 'Army in the South Pa Pacific
cific Pacific during World War-II. He has
been in the Air Force since 1951.
The slightly built Negro told the
United Press ihe attended North
r Carolina College at Durham for
3 years prior to being drafted
in 1941. He said he was a mathe mathematics
matics mathematics major, but worked as a
barber in, his home town.
: Maximum sentence under the

charges could be five years im

prisonment on each of the eight

specmuauons, ur a pussuie maji-
imum of 40 year's, plus a dishonor dishonor-aole
aole dishonor-aole discharge and forfeiture of all
pay and allowances.
Oi-mand Is the father of two

children, boys aged 12 and 8. His
Wife was present at the trial held
in a tiny, non air conditioned
room to the one- story administra administration
tion administration buildig.-'
' Ormand was accused of present presenting
ing presenting pay forms normally used by
transients .and -others not tin' the
regular base payroll to collect
fl,528 during"1 a period between
Vkoril 307 and Aug 15, 1956. There

were eight such payments oi from

The Air Firce 1 charged "none WUon ahe? puDUe-iMlat-

meat? payuicuis wc uu

that; none was entered.,- on ur-

.-..v. ,( it? t ....
- The -names of about SO .other
accused airmen and two' former

airmeff now discharged; have been

... ll I ''f.Vir-'' V'-' &.' VW,

BY-OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Sarvict

v '1 NORTH. D II
i AK2 V ,.,

WE$T

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EAST.
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SOUTH

. qio
r..' .' A.', y .-.
. Ko one Vulnerable
; North. EMt Smith West
Pass Pass 'IV
3 V ; "' Pmtf 4 is v Pass
4 V" Pass i Ps
V. Pass-;' Pass''?- Pass,
I- Opening lead A i i i

. i The correct bidding of today's
hand is given in the. box.. With Without
out Without the ace, of spades opening
South makes seven hearts. He

draws trunnu In two leads and

plays diamonds.- West sdows out

on the second lead so South ft

, nesses against East's Jack and
. discards dummy's two spades on

ms long dumonds.
' When this hand was played In
a recent team of four match
North and South attained a
most miserable result :
" North chose to bid two hearts

only after West overcaUed witn
one spade. East bid two spades
and South. Jumped to four
hearts. West bid four spades and
Uorth doubled. North opened the
king of (hamonds and shifted to
the seven of hearts. Eventually

wesi-jost live tncts (ne could
not get to dummy to finesse the

spade) for a 300 point penalty.

. At the other table North was

ft cockeyed optimist.
He chose to dpen one heart

X:?. IX IT vIr3! f1; boston. July a (up -cra

Z ,J L, ,ci eliminate s seiional tiijhway

Ik! ... e 7 hazard bv keeping off the pub-

U r" . .. ue iidewiJki

tie snuia nave in pa to sign ci

.witn inree no-tniir.p.

withheld by the Air -Force until

iriai aai.es can ue auuouiiueu.

The alleged conspiracy has been

under investigation tor several
months. It received wide publicity

last month when state Kep. J.
Sam Harrell of Florence County,

announced he was demanding
government investigation, ,, t
Harrell braded the case
'.'$40,000, payroll swindle."

Solon Warns South
Federal Govt. May
Operate Schools

- WASHINGTON, v July- 29 (UP)

Bepi Kenneth B. Keating (K-im )
warnpd 4he South- today that

federal operation of a pubuc
school svstem may .result from

any Southern abolition of ? state

systems lo- avoia, uu-erauvu,

In -a debate .with Rep. Arm!

stead Selden (D-Ala) on the ABC

television program "Celebrity Pa
rade,?' Keating said such a feder
al system would be a !'great mis

take' and "most- unfortunate."

: He said he has always opposed

any intervention by tta federal

government in the local opera

i ... .... Irtat jffVv-:" "-..v.''

But'- Keating raisedthe pasfbn
ky after Selden said; some Sotlth

era states are prepared to abolish
their state public school' systems

rather-- than comply with the au
preme Court's 1954 order outlaw

ina school seereeation

f Seidell predicted there would be

no .mmgiing of the races in south

era public schools in the foresee

able future.. :

' But i, Keating said ; the whole

question, of civil rights would e

a dead letter" in the next 50

years. He added that he could not

imagine any Southern state de

priving its youth of an education
simply, because of the hiKh court's

Fuung.

Without a state-operated 'school

.uct.tM j hn .n,H .Hfk. iul'.u.i.U

might be to set the federal sov

ernment into this whole field of

education." He did not' amplify,

except to express-: nu ODnosition

to sucn an idea. ii I

6 Persons Killed'

In 2-(ar Collision

SYRACUSE. N.Y.. July 29 !(UP)

Two automobiles collided: head-

on snd exploded into flames near

here today, kiluns; six persons snd
critically i n j u r i n 8 a seventh.

Three of the dead were members

of the ssme family." n

The explosion that followed the

crushing impact was. so ; loud it

could be beard for several miles.

Four of the victims burned to
death in the wreckage.-Two died

after, they were' nulled from the

flames. t ' J '. ;--..

The drivers of both 1957 model

cars were, among the dead. They

were laenuuea as Lauren Loom

is, 20, Bloesvale, N.Y., and Lin Linden
den Linden Verdenberg. Oriskany, N.Y,
Verdenberg was driving alone.

with Loomir were his sister.

Barbara, : 17, also of Blossvale,

ana ms Drotner,' Wesley. 25. ber-

nu, N.Y.: Darnel Danielski, 21,
Oneida .Castle, N.Y..' and Doris

D'Amore, .24, Oneida, N.Y,

The only survivor ws's Msrr

Stoner, 19, Oneida, who was taken
to-a hospital in, critical condition.

Movieland finally has come up
with a fresh young actress 'who
isn't molded in the patterr Of
Marilyn Monroe. Jayne Mansfield

or Mamie Van Doren r:

The newcomer. Carolvn Jnnnn

has ner own cross to bear, how

ever. 'She's a -ringer for Bette

.Davis.

in 4tVlnA11ttAmf f fHti.MViln.iHiM

Texan, laroivn will skid the elam

our girl buildup -ltoeether. Her

soua penormance as a -girl of

easy virtue in -'"The Bachelor

rariy nas critics ana producers
comparing her talent as well as

ner appearance with two-time Os
car winner Davis.

'Its flattering to be comnared

with Bette Davis-'V Carolyn savs.

"but it's a handicap, too: It's no
fun being 'another' anybody.
"I've been told we look alike for

so long I just-had to meet, her,
, Close' Resemblance

"So we did meet, -about three

weexs ago. xnere s no use kidding
myself, we do resemble one an another
other another all'rifiht esDecisllv around

the, eyes. Miss Davis didn't men

tion tnat we had the same physi physical
cal physical f. appearance. : Neither' did I.

We just chatted abtut the acting

Dusiness. - 1
f "Later she told friends ur re resemblance
semblance resemblance was so striking it save

her' the creeps."

me situation must hve e ven

warner Brothers a jolt' too Caro
lyn is testing with the studio for

the role of-Marcia in "Mariorie

Morningstar." She also signed a

ten-year ;. contract with Warners-r

me siuaio wnere Bene Decame a
star.--

pace And .Bust,
"This Js the era of : Pn1nifntinn

bodies, Acting doesn't count. The
ads must show av orettv lace and

big bust. So glamour girls are tak

ing parts that actresses used to

piay. I

"mat's why the big names In

moyies today are men. Pictures

are made for Jimmy Stewart.

John Wayne and Gary Cooper.
Producers cast actresses as an

afterthought.

In the ; hevdav nf C.r&wtnrA

Stanwyck and. Irene Dunne they
cast the women first, and the male
star whenever they felt like if

bui tne cycle is swinging

Egypt's War Chief

-I- n- I'M

i o visit Kussians

CAIRO, July 29. (UP) Mai

Gen. Abdel-Hakira Amer. minister

of war and -commander in chief

of the Egyptian armed forces, has

accepted, an invitation by Russian
Defense- Minister Georgi Zhukov

to visit the Soviet Union, it was

announced today.
f

. J'Ias Safe

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Cirls In Shorts
On Street Called
Traffic Hazard 1

ci while wearing short.

So says the Automobile Legal

"t V.t J. v k V "stre the shorts aad the skimpy
. kfi0r J'-PlJfS summer skirt for the backrard."
Otic-ttp.iwrffi North showed;. only t truly semie driver cia
bne ace onry Eouth b d six hearts ,nch Mew teevrrr".

arji sat c?t conwiiveciy. ; - stt4 ALA executive Pkp c w;n:

Jt Z V .1 I work' "nd "t qiick look
1 r-'-i ve Cf ein resua in deata or injury Ju
sprees r-d Wet tcck t-1e Lrs; at ei!y si a blcnrcmt, druakea
two trick. ; I driver or a jpeeder."
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blf JAND MRS. HARMODIO ARIAS, JR., V
RETURN FROM NEW YORK VACATION
'" Dr. and Mrs. Harmodio Arias, Jr., returned to Panama
by plane early Saturday morning;, after a two weeks vaca vaca-t
t vaca-t tion trip to New York City.
Dr. Arias is general manager of The Panama American,

ttfrthday Party
At Officer' Club
The Albrook Officers' Club was
the scene' of a birthday party giv given
en given Saturday evening by Ma3- and
Mrs. Frederick Brent on the oc occasion
casion occasion of the thirteentn birthday
if their son. Frederick, Jr.
.Among the young people enjoy enjoy-Ing
Ing enjoy-Ing the evening of dancing and re refreshments
freshments refreshments in the gaily utcorated
Club room were the Misses Linda
Aill TnnniA tfwald. PeCGV McCar-
thy, Kathy Mciarmy, juoy
er, LaRue Akers, Sharon Smith
PifhRtantpr. Sandra Wolfe
rami Richardson, anil Barbara
Barnes, and Mike. Emerson, Bob
tmerson, Brian Nilsson, Joe Wolfe,
Ralph Evans, Eddie Krrbs, Dave
Hale, Bobby Eastman, Dennis
Hale; and the guest of honor, Fred Frederick1
erick1 Frederick1 Brent Jr.
Knights Of Columbus
install New Officers
At-its regular' monthly business
meeting held on Balboa Road Sat Saturday
urday Saturday evening1, The Archbishop
Itfaiztegui General Assembly of
the Knights of Columbus installed
the new officers elected at the
prevtpus meeting. The Worthy
Master, Sir Knight Siteman, was
In charge of the installrtion. i
The new officers' are as follows:
lames J. Belcourt, Faithful Navi Navigator,
gator, Navigator, toseph Bialkowski, Faith
ful Otpt." Loreto CeUucci, Faith Faithful
ful Faithful Captain; Loreto Ccllucci, Faith Faithful
ful Faithful Admiral: Rudolph jBurda, F
tul Cpmptr-ller; George M. Syl Syl-irestex,
irestex, Syl-irestex, Faithful Pilot, Paul D.
rhompson, Faithful Inner S.; Rob Rob-trt
trt Rob-trt C Trahan, Faithful Quter S.;
and -Carl L. Knox, Faithful Trus Trustee.
tee. Trustee. ?
' Card.Group Hold;
Kla-Host Luncheon
Th Card Group of the Balboa
Woman's Club held a no-host lunch-
eon at tne ron flmiuur uuicns
Open', Mess last Thursday. The
Eiembers and their guests played
ridgfe and samba after lunch.
BRU

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thqt he will be at your service
,5 at the
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Peru Avenue No. 91 Telephone 3-4990

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Those attending were Mesdames
Marie Days, Ix)uise Merchant, E E-mily
mily E-mily Bolton, Blanche Schilling,
Barbara Schoel, Maude Clinchard,
Tenia Luce, Elsa Tainm, Molly
Johnson, Lois Van Horn, Dorothy
Allen, Carrie Brown. Kuth Bourge Bourgeois.
ois. Bourgeois. Claire Irwin, Mary R u p p e 1,
Jeanette McKibbon, Leonr Saari Saari-nen,
nen, Saari-nen, Phyl Euper, Gertrude Smoiise
Helen Adler, Betty Skelton, Kay
Daniels, Marie Wetzel. Mary Wor Wor-ley,
ley, Wor-ley, Libby Lacy, Sara Rowley, M
tha Bashan, and Anme Neumann.
The next meeting of the Card
Group will be on August 8 at the
Fort Amador Officers Open Mess
with Mrs. Molly Johnson, Mrs. Te Teresa
resa Teresa luce and Mrs. Marie Days
as ho.sses.
Art- Exhibit Opens
For Week's Run
The Art exhibit which is being
sponsored by the Atlantic branch
Of the Canal Zone Art League o o-pened
pened o-pened today for a week's run in
the Red Cross building in Old Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. Many excellent pieces by estab established
lished established Canal Zone artists and new new-comtrs
comtrs new-comtrs are on display, and the
bublic is welcome at any time dur during
ing during the hours of 1 p.m. and 9 p.m.
Point Four Couple
Returning To States
M. and Mrs. Vidal Trujillo and
children will leave Wednesday for
the States after two years in Pa-,
nama, during "hicb time Mr. Tru Trujillo
jillo Trujillo has been Ith the Education
Division Of the Point Four Pro Program.
gram. Program.
The Trujillos plan to meet their
three older sons in Washington,
D.C., where they have been at attending
tending attending the Boy Scout Jamboree.
Fiajm there the family will pro proceed
ceed proceed to Gainesville, Florida, where
they will make their home.
Mr Trniilln 9 Professor Of
Languages in the Education De
partment of the university 01 no no-rida,
rida, no-rida, has been on leave of absence
from the University while serving
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with the Point Four Program in
Panamas :n,,;.
Balboa Gradual
Ta'Studv Instates
Miss Forrest Wise. '57 graduate
of Balboa High School, who plans
to enter the Duke University r of
School of Nursing in the Fall, will
leave for' New York Wednesday
with her father, Russell P. Wise
of Balboa. Mrs. Wise win join ner
husband and daughter in the States
sometime in the neaf luture, ; v,
During their vacation the Wises
will travel tnrougn ew xorK, tow
Jersey, New Hampshire and Con Connecticut.
necticut. Connecticut. ; i'.:-
Tea To Benefit
Special School
a canscii Tab fnr the benefit
nf the Panamanian institute of
nnniil 1-1 o hi I it at inn will he held
Wednesday,; August 7, at the. U U-nion
nion U-nion Club in Panama. l
The Institute" is working on the
construction of facilitifs for the
blind, deaf and dumb, and mental
ly deficient.
. ?
Tickets are $1.00 per person. A
door prize of a trip for two. to
Miomi; is hpin? offered, courtesy
of Aerovias Manama Airlines.
Order of Rainbow
Confers Degree v
There will be a conferring of the
Degree of Grand Cross of Colpr
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the
Scottish Rite Temple (J'nird i loor)
Balboa, Canal Zone.
rrhin is mn hnnnrarv desree con
ferred by the Order of the Rain-
DOW lor Uiris. iiie iiiccniifc
be closed.
aii r.ronA CtnR bf Color mem
bers are -eligible to .attend and are
cordially inviiea.
Cemerstem Laid
For New School
n.- inoino nf tha rornerstone
for Cie new Instituto Alberto Ein
stein was held Sunday at 10 a.m.
. .. iL. 4 m 13 at til a
at tne sue 01 me stuuui m
arlm st the ceremO-
.. ji;rc! hv Tlr. snat
Glattstein. Mr. Woodrow de .Cai-
tro read tn e paruemm
scroll, and Mr. and Irs. Benja Benjamin
min Benjamin Fidanque were honored with
the placing of tho scroll in the
cornerstone. ,,.!.
Rabbi Nathan Witkin and Rabbi
Sion Levy officiated at the religi religious
ous religious functions. .....
Mr. Salem Kuznieckl, director
of the Institute, and Mrs.Alberto
Fastlicu spoke to the congregation.
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Harolea sex unenaer neia
n Murder Of Two Brothers

BROCKTON, Mass., .July 29
(UP)r-A.:20-year-old convicted sex
offender, recently paroled from
prison for good behavior, was ar
rested today in the torture slaying
of two young brothers after keys
discovered at the death scene
were found to fit his apartment
aoor.
"This looks like the guy we've
been looking for,'! Police Capt. D.
Edward Sullivan said,
; Police said the suspect was one
of several known sex offenders
picked up yesterday after the dis
covery ot the burned and mutilat mutilated
ed mutilated bodies of John Logan, 12,' and
nis Drotner Paul. 10. Both boys
had. been stabbed to death," bound
with rope and thrown naked on a
funeral pyre. ; . ;.
police refused to release the
suspect's name ior . v publication
immediately.
A volunteer' searcher stumbled
Over the bodies of the brothers
iu a heavily-wooded section pf
D. W..Field Park. The park, about
Arson Squads Con
Boston's VorsI
Waf erf ronl Blaze
'-BOSTON, July 29 tUP) A mil million
lion million dollar fire ravaged Boston's
waterfront Friday anu authorities
unable to 'discover the source call called
ed called in arson squads to investigate.
The fire, one of the worst in
Boston's History, injurec more
than 100 of the 2,000 men battling
it and brought out 72 pieces of
fire-fighting equipment from Bos Boston
ton Boston and nine nearby towns.
" The blaze for a timer threatened
the entire waterfront, in Boston's
historic Charlestown section, in including
cluding including the Boston Naval Shipyard,
the home of the Frigate Constitu Constitution,
tion, Constitution, known as "Old Ironsides."
Fire Department officials called
in its top sleuths to try to track
down the source of the blaze,
hich broke out Friday night.
Residents of nearby areas were
forced to flee from their homes to
ket away from the choking- blind blinding
ing blinding smoke Patients in the watetr
front side of a hospital' were mor mor-ed
ed mor-ed to beds in amoke-lre wards,
The spectacular fire, visible 20
miles away, was- brought under
control shortly after midnight
through the heroic efforts of fire firemen,
men, firemen, coast guardsmen and volun volunteers
teers volunteers who risked their lives oh
crumbling piert and under blaz blazing
ing blazing jetties. ;
Fire fighters were tbb? to keep
ii onroorlin et Hut- ihptf
IMS Alio UU1U all-HUHIfy
could not put it out. Officials said
it probably would Durn ior ai teasi
three days before dying out.
The fire, of undetermined ori origin,
gin, origin, swept a mile-long dock area
on the Mystic River.
More than 100 firemen were on
the injured list. They included
men who were overcome by smoke.
Among them also were 15 Coast
Guard vojtmteers who collapsed
from exhaustion after 12 hours of
firefighting without relief.
Billowing smoke blanketed the
city and countryside for miles a a-round.
round. a-round. Flames leaped as much, as
50 feet into the air. The smoke
forced 30 families to flee, from
their homes near the Chelsea Na Naval
val Naval Hospital. Some hospital pa patients
tients patients were moved to other parts
of tha building.
Fire Chief Leo Driscoll said it-
was the. worst waterfront fire he.
had ever seen.

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myone here doesn't know Locho) ;
If you dont, you should lose no time in dropplns; Into our
all-conditioned Balboa Bar at cocktail time, or the delight
ful 8undar Brunch Dance. And best of all Lucho and his
Conjunt now play one night -weekly in the Bella Vista.
Room,- where you can enjoy an evening of dancing to
Lucho's toe-tapping tunes, , ; V t
If you know his music, youll be glad wi reminded you
abeut that Lucho night "-
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800 acres, is one of the state's
showplaces. v
Police v arrested the suspect in
his apartment early todiy after
matching the keys with the lock
on his door. They said he had
been convicted in 1951 for a sex
attack on boy and sentenced to
Concord Reformatory. He was pa paroled
roled paroled after serving six years ot a
10-year term-
The youngsters first were be believed
lieved believed to have drowned in the
park's Ellis Brett Pool when they
tailed to return home Friday at
ternoon. A search was organ'zed
when .'the pool "was : drained and
found empty.' ', i. f
' An bff-uuty'- fireman made the
grisly find yesterday, while poking
rnrnneh smolderina underbrush,
The y ou & f s t r s; their wrists
bound .togetner wua; cioroesune,
were lying lace down. Police said
their attacker-apparently tried to
disembowel them.
Plymouth County district attor attor-hey"
hey" attor-hey" Jdhn R. Wheatley said a 4'-s
hour autopsy showed the young youngsters
sters youngsters had been stabbed repeatedly
hi "the stomach,
. iV.Whether the boys were sexual sexually
ly sexually abused-will' not be known until
laboratory testii are completed,"
wneauey .saw. Twe expeci um in insults
sults insults 4n a few days."
"No bloodstains : we t e found
where, tjie. bodies were discovered.;
There were no evidences of a
struggle," he" said. 1 L -.
Police, said the killer apparently
lighted a pile of brush and then
tossed the naked bodies into the
flames. The brothers' necs also
bore rope marks indicating that
thee might have been an attempt
to strangle them.
The 'mother, Mrs. Jean" L. Lo
gan Jr.; 36; became nysterwai
when told, that her sons had been
fou&d. She swayed and held her
teenage daughter, Ann, ior sup
port..' v..-. y
Oh no, not botnir she sam.
"God couldn't" be so cruel as to
take both my boys. I want to
die!''
The father, an engineer, said he
was afraid of what police might
find.'"When' they didn't show up
pis morning, I had a feelmg that
something uke this might have
happened."
The couple, residents of nearby
Stoughton, live in a modest eight eight-room
room eight-room home. They have two other
children, Ann, 15, and Ruth, 17
both high school students. 1
Funeral Services
For Mrs. John
Mo;rrow P.M. I
, Funeral services for Mrs. Sell Sell-na
na Sell-na John who died at Gorgas
Hospital Saturday at the age of
58, will be held at the St. Vin
cent, de Paul .Church at- 1:30
p.m. tomorrow. The body wlU be
at the church from 10 o'clock.
Interment will follow at the
Jardln de Paz Cemetery.
Mrs. John, who was an sctlve
member of St. Vincent de Paul
up until two years ago when she
became ill, was also a member
of the Ladies Sodality of the
church, the Ladles Auxiliary of
the Knlehts of St. John, the
Jurttfe Femenina ani the Pacific
She Is survived by her hus
band Victor .C.John. and a
. brother, John smith, y
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MEETINGS
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. tach aetice fer fnclutMn in h
column should be tubnjiltid t in :
type-written form and mailed ee
the box number listed daily in So So-'
' So-' cial and Otherwue," er delivered
. kv tiiid to the office. Notice of
meetings cannot bo accepted, by
telephone.
Sisterhood To Hold
Monthly Meeting
Sisterhood Kot Sliearilh Israel
v ..'Mn i us r'cguiar monthly meet meeting
ing meeting tomorrow at 4 p.m; in the Com Community
munity Community Hall. '"' '
. Election of officers will be held.
All members are asked to be pre present.
sent. present. ' 'i t
Panama Ski Club 4;, ;
Meets Tomorrow 1 1
The Panama Ski Club will hold
a special meeting tomorrow night
at 7:30 p.m.' at the homeof the
club president, Frank E. Hlrt, 1411 1411-A
A 1411-A Akee St.t Balboa. V
A matter of utmost interest" to
all members Will be dhveussed. All
members are asked to be on time.
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SkelfonY Leukemia
Doomed Son To See
French Specialisls
" PARTS, .Tuly 29 UP Comed Comedian
ian Comedian Red Skelton arrived here tor
day with his leukemia -doomed son
Richard, to se French specialists
and to visit jme Roman Catholic
shrine of Lourdes. ;
Vith him also were his wife. and
daughter Tney arrived at Orly
airport tn;s, afternoon from Bar
celona. ..
. The red-headed comic and his
9-year-old son both wearing 'jock-
m?h .an, v rj'.eaH cmilintf fnr nhn-
tographers after leaving the plane.
. '1 liked the bullfights best tn
Spain,'! Richard said "but here 1
want to go up me: auiei ;iower
and to eat in a Paris restaurant.'!.
Skelton said that after his son's
wishes are .fulfilled a he- will be
examined by French leukemia sper
cialists. "5. 4s fi;::.
Then the Skeltomf 'will ;' gtf ;;' to
Lourdes where so many hopeless hopelessly
ly hopelessly ill have prayed for miracles,
there is ho set schedule but the
Skeltons probably will make the
htrip today. wj.'y
. They jianneo to si ay -in rns
for "four or five days1' and then
to continue to London on their
world's four'.' r". "s." ;
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Gunmen Grab Bag
Containing $50 :
SubWay Tokens"
. NEW YORK, uly 29 (UP)
two gunmen neia up a suuwuy
agent today and fled with six hags
they thought were crammed with
dimes. V'
' What they got was $50 in cash
and $990 worth of 15-ccnt subway
tokens enough for the pair to
ride subways, twice a day, every
"dav of the year for more than
nine years. f ;
Turkish Pxissnger
Vessel Collides
WitK'ReaOranker
ISTANBUL,'. Turkey, July 29
(UFJ AiKussian uwter-anQ a
Turkish passenger ; Jiner , collided
today in the Dardanelles with
minor damage : to : the Soviet
ship. 'There were no casualties
reported,, v v
- ShiDS involved were the 8.200-
ton Soviet tanker Comcomol and
the 7,200-tou Turkish liner Ordu.
Toda- Cncanto .35, .20
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P6r P-ado and His Orch. In
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Dan Dalley In
"AlEET ME IN LAS VEGAS"
' Burt Lancaster in-.--"VENGEANCE
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The Eve,r(y Brothers,
By DICK KLEINER
' ., '.
. ?' NEW YO.RK (NEA) The pa parade
rade parade of teen-age sensations continues.;.'-After
Presley, BoOne,
Sands, Nelson, Layne and all
ine otners, the newest are a
couple of .brothers from Brownie,
Ky. These are the Everly Broth Brothers,
ers, Brothers, Don and Phil.-
-Their record of' "Bye, By
Love' on Cadence is one of the
top sellers of the moment.
Mtrs stretching matters by one
Drotner to can tnem teen-agers.
Phil Is a, real teen-ager he's 13,
bus -Don : a post-gTaduate,
at 20. Otherwise they fit trie bill
of particulars ;lor sensations tn
S7. They have good looks of the
peculiar' smoldering type : so
sought after these days, they
pluck guitars ; In unison, .they
sing a blend of rock-and-roll and
country-ancw e s t e rn v. that's
called rock-a-billy. 1
Don and Phil have been sing singing
ing singing all their lives. Their moth mother
er mother and father were a singing act,
and the boys just naturally Join Joined
ed Joined In. When-they were-, six .and
eight, -they 'officially became
members of the act and the
group became the Everly Family.'-',
W-
;J;Two -years s. alio, the boys
branched out on their own. Mou
and Dd quit, settled down in
Nashville as beautician and
barber. Lately fhoweverlthe-sen-ior
Everlys" have-shown s'ttns of
becomintr restless. They're eo-
lner to' disc jockey school la Nash Nash-vllle.
vllle. Nash-vllle. 1 'v;-vt.w--
Meanwhile, the two boys found
things rough. For a year and a
half..they struegled. For a while,
they talked Of giving up'' ','ahd
BOing to Chicago, to work." But.
Just when'? they almost packed
up they "were taken to see-Archie
Bleyer. ; at Cadence and
"Bye1. Bye Love' wa made.'wow,
they're big: timei ;.'' Si
'They have one car-i-a coriserv-
atlve sdarwbetwen th,eni dov't
Uke; fancy, clothes, are sober una
respectable citizens, admire j;uz
abeth Taylor, mitrhtlly. and oth.
erwlse are perfectly normal
young men. Except, tney sing.
. ana'
A gripe from Jackie Paris,. Hevs
an ex-Jazz guitarist wno lurneo
singer some years bacK. pecause
of' his laza backgfound, he be
came known as a jazz singer.
even though he'll do a good joo
with any kind of tune. But it's
hard to live down a reoutation,
so Paris is known- In the trade
as a jazz vocalist, exQlusively.
And. nowadkys. the market ov
male jazz singers Is small.; ;
"What's a guy to do if he's
tagged as a jazz singer?" Jackie
asks. .VThev. jazz dubs will ; hire
a'most any kind of slngepro-
viaea n s a gin in an evening
gown." .' -i -v ' '
Jackie had some tough times.
Now. though, things seem to be
breaking his way. His new
Brunswick album, "Skylark," Is
creating some attention and he's
had good engagements at the
Cafe Bohemia and the- Byline
ROom-And-he's gradually living
down the Jazas singer. labeL; ;.
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-Count Bsie talking about his
European tour: A 1
'"In Paris, I saw, the most won wonderful
derful wonderful show. I've ever seen, I
think it was lri a place called the
Lido. . ;
."Anyway,, J remember i; sai
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Don IteftKaweltt
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down and they brought a bottl
of champagne. They poured; me
a glass ana 1 took it. 1 Just put-.
the glass up to my lips when the
show started.; And .-.that glass
stayed right where it was for the
whole show' jdidn'kiJare (moy t
a .muscle."
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DICK'S PICKS? The late Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Dorsey could have aposthu aposthu-mous
mous aposthu-mous hit in "June Nighty iFra,
ternity). Others,J 5 :The -parlor
Piano" (Judy Scott, ? bectia t ;
"Dark" (Julie London. Liberty):
'Tahgi Tahiti" Nelson Riddle,
eapitoi ) ; j&of t ,;o smorh ri ne
Chordettes, Cadence )t '"Young
Hearts" (Jima Reeves, RCA);
"The Get Acquainted ; 'Waltz'
(Margie Rayburn,; i Liberty);
"Fascination". (David ? Carroll,
Mercury) r "In the Middle of an
Island'' (Tennessee' Ernie; Ford,
Capitol)'.
Instrumentalists it work '"'on
good recent albums-rVerve ha?
collected enough 'tracks by the
late alto saxmah Charlie JPftrker
to fill an eightrvblumf set can caned
ed caned "The, Genius of Charlie Park Parker;"
er;" Parker;" if you like the pure' sound
Of a Cornet, listen .to. James
Burke on Decca's 'Horn, of
Plenty;" fine piano work iby
Johnny Guarnieri on "Johrihy
Guarnierl Plays Johnny Guar Guarnieri"'
nieri"' Guarnieri"' (Golden Qrest);; the migh mighty.
ty. mighty. Pipe organ V its best on
"fiesta for Pipe Organ,"; (RCA
with Alfredo Mehdez at tne Keyboard.'-
" '! .'A
More of the. lighter "classics
for summer listening Fiedler
and the Boston pops RCA) play
evremts from TchalkOTSRy'S
"The Nutcracker;" Bernstein and
the -Phllharmonic-sympnony or
New York,- (Columbia) ? play
Stravinsky's "Firebird Suite" and.
the overture fantasy f
rcnaiKOVSity 9 nuuiro
lief," Sussklnd arid the Phllhar-
Grieg's "Peer Gynf Suites'; i and
2 and foto Norwegian darices.
Top Fblongist'' ;
Party Member -Dies;At
51
BILBAO. Spain. July ; 28- UP)
Jenaro Riestra Diaz,' 51 -year-old
civil governor of Vlzcaya
province, died here late, yester yesterday
day yesterday of an intestinal aliment.
Riestra Diaz, lonsr-tlme mem
ber of Spain's Falange Party,
was appointed to the civil' gover governorship
norship governorship in 1944. .
Mexico Qiqke Jars
CIT Instrument
Into Inoperation
PSADENA? Calif July. "28 1"'
(UP) Dr, Charles Richter. fTalfc
fornia Institute of Technology seis seismologist,
mologist, seismologist, reported todav that the.
Mexico earthquake reffi'stered' at
7.S on the Richter Scale.
He said the seismoloefcaf tahnf
story's most sensitive intnrmont
wis larred into inooeration by tha
icmDior ana a 'more- complete
study would have to wait eveloo4
ment of Dhotosranhie rrmrrlt nf
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Komn War Ace Streaks To Record

i9.05 nLp'ifS 'Aiir'. iShow

t fy CHARLES CORDDRY

' VASHINGTONi July 29 (UP

A .Korean wamce rang up a new

" BendiX Trophy record of 679,053

miles an hour toaay as tne Air
' Force put -oft one of its greatest

demonstrations of power m a autn
anniversary celebration.. u
. Capt. Kenneth D. Chandler; 33,
Streaked fromj O'Hare Airport,
' Chicago,' to Andrews Air Force
Biff near Washington ia 54 min minutes
utes minutes and iS.5. seconds,; He flew an

PltO Delta Dagger jet interceptor

i to;win over v other Air rorce
. jet pilots ; in the : annual racing

classic. .
v 3" i . if

,-, "Tat new speed, over r a. 619.73-

miie course, toppiea tne oia oen oen-diz
diz oen-diz record of 666.661 miles per
T hour. 'It was. set by, Air, Force
C(pt.' Manuel J. Fernandez Jr. in

a ;l,H8.Z67-nuie dasn irom victor-

ville. Calif., to Oklahoma City last

r September in r an flOO Super

v Sabre i n
f This ; year's ; race, however,
. failed to live up to advance billing
as the first supersonic race' in
- history.' Chandler, a native of
. ComptoD,, Calif.,- said he flew a a-poye
poye a-poye the" peed,of sound about
fhslf the distance. .

bus tne pilots iauea to get me

foVknot tail wind they had ex-

, pectett and wereqpjt, ble, to av av-1
1 av-1 eraser better' than ; sonic SDeeds. i

The highest altitude reached was

ao.oot ieet.' ? :

- M Trails. 'Chandler
'---,'
' ChindW- was trailed by col.
R6bert L. Could, 47, a World War
I 029 pilot, who clocked 672.643
. mfles per hour, making the course
in 55 minutes 16.8 seconds. Both

Chandler and Gould- are assigned
to interceptor units of the Air De-

' reuse Command at Duluth, Minn.

More than -50,000 spectators

powcea on to, Andrews Air Base
to- see the golden., anniversary
demonstration. The. show ranged
frorn World War J type dog fights
to fly-by of every type of super
sonic fjfhter plane now in the Air
-.,roree.' ? .'
! A highlight was the first public
demonstration of the X13 vertijet
Powered by a 3rt engine the first
irplane of its kind the vertijet
arose straight into the air from a I

tail-standinar oosition. circled the

field in a straight and level-posi-

von ana men oactea down to

- fru again. f- j-'H
a The air show celebrated the
formation of the first aviation sec section
tion section ef .the Army Signal Corps in
A"rust 50. years ago.
.The Air Force became indepen independent
dent independent ef th Armyi 10 years ago
od there was no Army aircraft
partlcipatiott in the golden anni-
penary celebration, v

. In contrast with British and
Russian air shows,' the American
spectacle featured planes already

in' production. No new planes

were un veiled.
' Missiles' Displayed
i .'..-! -.hj.r'.. I!. 1 1

The Air Force also displayed

four oi: its guided missiles the

intercontinental Snatrk. the Mata

dor bombardment missile, the

Rascal which : bombers carry to

launch ; against distant targets,

and the Bulmarc interceptor de

signed for a range of 250 miles.
All aircraft in the Sendix race

were Delta Daggers, the chief

all-weather interceptor now de

fending this country. They failed
by a good margin to reach the

speed achieved by Marine Maj.

John H. Glenn Jr. when he set a

new transcontinental speed record

01:723.517. mph W n wavy 18U

irusaaer on July IB.

Two 'Confidenlial'

Magazine (fen Go

On Trial Today

HOLLYWOOD July .29 (UP)
A i host of film celebrities are
scheduled to appear as. defense
witneses- at the,' criminal libel

trial of two k representatives of

Confidential magazine which. ; gets
underway today. :j .vn'
The attorney for Fred, and Mar Mar-jorie
jorie Mar-jorie Meade, West Coast repre representatives
sentatives representatives of the expose nublica-

tion, said such personalities as
Gary Cooper. Corinne Calver.

Lana Turner and Walter Pidgeon
bad been '. sUbpenaed as defense
witnesses "to establish the truth i

of the various articles" published

m thi magazines Confidential and
Whisper. J
Many- of the celebrities who

have been subjects of Confidential
articles have been conferring, with

tneir attorneys since tney were

reported reluctant to undergo
cross-examination.

- Assistant Attorney. General

ciarence unn cnargea tnit the

aeiense action in serving sub-

penas on the movie personalities

was "a reign of terror," .'"

f Defense attorney Arthur J.

Crowley, however, cited a court
order requiring the state to list

toe assertedly -libelous articles on
which it bases its case. He added
that the defense had a right to
iaiud the subpenas.- i
- Crowley said others subpenaed

inciuaea scon Brady, Kory Cal Calhoun,
houn, Calhoun, Sonny Tufts, Buddy Baer,
producer Paul G r e g o r y--' and

Josephine Dillon Gable, first -wife

of screen star Clark Gable.

iPcb Of (lotea

r.:L"!:ry Pcrjcnn:!
Enggo In Exchange

WASHINGTON; July 29 (UP)
A cosmopolitan pooch named Jer Jerry
ry Jerry bound here from Germany got

out of his crate last week for a
quick stroll en route.
At' the same time, att equally
cosmopolitan pooch named Pun Pun-kin
kin Pun-kin bound for Albuquerque, N.M.,

from Germany got out "or nis

crate for the same necessary: pur
pose.
Both does. uetf. of military per

sonnel who have- returned from o-

verseal, were of mixed ancestry
heavily 'laced 'with beagle: They

looked much alike. And there's the
cause of it all. '"
When 6-year-old Peter Welling
opened Jerry's crate here Sunday,
Punkin arfed nd wagged his tail

at turn. -'

. "It's not my Jo t aU, Peter

wailed. k

A similarly d.otressing scene

took place at the home of Lt.

Charles W. Gay in Albuquerque.
Peter's father. Col. A.NC. WeU-

ing. told Railway Express to take!

back. Jfunkin and produce Jerry.
At the same time, he 'began

trying to trace Gay, whose name

appeared .on Punkin'a collar.'
"It wi a catastrophe," WeUing
said. "Then things got worse On

Wednesday'Peter's pet turtle, Pa Pa-ree,
ree, Pa-ree, died' .

r
"But Friday night everything' was

all right,
Jerry arrived by 'plane from

Albuquerque looking thin but hap happy.
py. happy. Peter shouted at threw his
arms about him..' Jerry "pointed

his snoot skyward and noweied ec

Siaucauy.

Poggone," said the Colonel.

USTo Arfmit
Hungarians-

From Yugoslavia

WASHINGTON. July 29 (UP)-

xne government took steos today

to admit Hungarian refugees front
Yugoslav camps to' this country.
They would be the first from Yu Yugoslavia,
goslavia, Yugoslavia, admitted under the Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian relief program.

Rep. Francis E. Walter (D-Pa).

chairman of the House Immigra

tion subpnmmittei: Walter RestM-.

maSi,- subcommittee counsel; lnv-

migration commissioner' Josepn

M. swing, and Assistant Com'

missioner Raymond f Pan ell

were .scheduled to fly. to Yugo

slavia to, set up the program.

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Double Spoils Perfect Game
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By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, July 29 (UP) Von McDanie.
, :ddcd the season's most spectacular pitching per performance
formance performance to his amazing achievements today while
-the St, Louis Cardinals added an edge in the vita
"lost column" to their reasons for believing they 11
cbme out on top in the National League's fantastic
'Jfiye-team race.

"The 18-year old Von, who sign signed
ed signed $50,000 bonus contract only
- 3C. weeks go, pitched
i.r -.uterdav as the Cardinals

ti.,. Pitt church Pirates,
4-0 and 9-8. Gene Baker's second-

' inning double was --j
. deprived McDaniel of the tot
ueriect game in modern National
We Wpry a he fanned four

and did not peiuv "wv"
'"ulr.i-on enabled the Cardinals
to move within three percentage
points of the first p ace Muwau Muwau-til
til Muwau-til n. who soht with the
f&'VTiuntii. nd left them
35 a 55Vw0n4ost record L They
have a one-game edge in the lost
column on both the Braves and
tmrd Place Brooklyn Dodgers and
a twoPgame edge to the same col-
umn on tne umu v-
,nd Philadelphia Phillies.
MeDnil'i victory was h i fifth
against twoi losses and his we we-,nd
,nd we-,nd shutout. His four pr.vous
wins r ,,;Je;n,,,jd,i! ;k
ho now has yioldad only 38 hits
in 57 innings whilo compiling
1.41 rnod run nwi
trikoouts outnumber his walk
(Supposed bugaboo of young
iheboy was5"aU the Cardinals
reSedyin the opener bu they
needed the combined efforts ot
three men to win the nightcap.
Ed". So doubled to cap a
three-run ninth inning rally that
fed the score, Hoyt Wilhelm held
the Pirates scoreless for the next
two innings and Joe Cunmngham
finally broke it up with his sixth
homer of the season in the inn
Johnny Antonelli pitched a seven-hitter
to beat the Braves for
So fourth time, 2-0 but Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee gained a split when Gen. Con Con-ley
ley Con-ley whipped the Giants for th
third time in 10 days,. 5-3. WiUie
Maiys smashed four straight singles
in the opener for the G i a n t s
while Ed Mathews' two-run fourth fourth-.
. fourth-. -inning single was the big blow for
h RnvM in the second game.
V. Th Dodaers cut Milwaukee s
: margin overthem -to a game-and
i. ..half when Johnny Podres cat-
'. tered nine hits and Carl Furillo
i hit the eighth grand slam of his
', 'Major League career in a 7-2 vic vic-1
1 vic-1 lory over the Red!gs. It was the
,' '.third time this season Podres beat
the Redlegs and raised his career
'Record sgainst them to 9-3. Ted
' dCluszewski homered for Cincinna-
; vCurt Simmons won his 10th
;gm and rooklo Jack Sanford
t his 14th as tha Phillies whipped
tho Chicago Cubs, 3-2 and 7-1.
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Granny Hamner's sacrifice fly
in the ninth sent over tha win winning
ning winning run in the opener and ho
whacked a two-run double bo bo-fore
fore bo-fore Ed Bouchto exploded a 3 3-run
run 3-run homor whan the Fhillios kay kay-od
od kay-od pick Orott with five run in
the seventh inning of the night nightcap.
cap. nightcap. The Chicago White Sox defeat defeated
ed defeated the Baltimore Orioles. 4-3. and

advanced within 3 V4 games of
first Dlace in the American League
when the New York Yankees split
a dpubleheader with the Detroit
Tigers. The Tigers won the open
er, 6-5, but the Yankees took tne
nightcap, 4-3, in 15 innings. The
Boston Red Sox outslugged the
Cleveland Indians, 9-8, and the
Kansas City Athletics won their
first double-header of the year,
6-2 and 3-2, in 11 innings Over the
Washington Senators in the other
A.L. games.
Larry Doby singled home the
tie-breaking run in trie seventh in inning
ning inning for the White Sox and rookie
Bill Fischer and Dixie Howell pro protected
tected protected the margin over the last two
innings. Bonus boy Billy O'Dell
suffered his fifth defeat for Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore aespite homers by Jack
Durham and Gus Triandos.
Mickey Main tie walked and scor scored
ed scored on Bill Skowron's triple to gain
the Yankees a split after the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers won the first game on J. W.
Porter's three-run pinch double,
Frank Boiling's solo homer and
Lou Sleater's late-inning clutch re relief
lief relief pitching. Relief ace Bob Grim
pitched the Yankees out of bases bases-filled
filled bases-filled jams in both the 14th and
15th innings to pick up his 10th
victory compared to three defeats.
Tod Willimas had four hits in
four trios and raiwd his batting
avorago to .374 as the Rod Sox
staged four-run rallies in both
the seventh and eighth innings.
Williams' hits included his 29th
homor and a two-run double
whilo Vic Wertx hit pair of
two-run homers for tho Indians.
Alex Kellner pitched a five-hitter
and Wallv Burnette turned in
five shutout relief innings for the
Athletics,, who snapped the Senat
ors' four-game winning streak.
Sports Shorts
GSTAAD, Switzerland, July 29
(UP) i- Yolanda Ramirez and
Rose Maria Reyes of Mexico e e-merged
merged e-merged yesterday as the winners
of the final ladies doubles of the

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PANAMA
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LiADING BATTERS :
- (Based on 250 official at bats)
National League
P and C G AB R H PCT.

Aaron, Mil 1 93 392 73 134 .342
Groat, Pitt. ,72 295 34 .336
Musial, St. U 95 374 60 125 .334
Mays, N.Y. 96 360 68 115 .319
Fondy. Pitts. 85 342 42 108 .316
Schoendienst.M 95 409 54 129 .315
Robinson. Cincl 93 378 64 119 .315
Moryn, Chi 89 332 46 104 .313
Thomas, Pitts. 97 394 495 122 .310
Hodges. Bk'n 91 351 54 108 .308
'American League'
Williams, Bos 89 298 71 112 .376
Mantle, N.Y.
96 321 80 i 113 .332
Fox, Chi
iBoyd, Bal
Skowron, N.Y. i
Malzone, Bos
Lemon, Wash
Minoso, rChi
Wertz, Clev
McDougaild,
N.Ya 1
Lopox, K C
96 373 60 123 .330
93 307 52 101 .329
84 313 46 101 .323
95 339 43 119 .306
96 369 47 112 .304
95 354 52 107 .302
94 326 52 98 J01
87 333 58
75 257 34
100 .300
77 .300
HOME RUNS
. National
Aaron, Braves
Snider, Dodgers
Crowe, Redlegs
Musial, Cards
Banks, Cubs
League
30
24
23
22
21
American League
Williams, Red Sox
Mantle, Yanks
Sievers, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Maxwell, Tigers
RUNS BATTED IN
National League
Aaron, Braves u
Musial, Cards
Crowe, Redlegs
Ennis, Cards
Thomas, Pirates
American League
Mantle, Yanks
Sievers, Senators'
Wertz, Indians
Skowron, Yanks
Jensen, Red Sox
Williams, Red Sox
PITCHING W L
29
I 27
25
19
19
80
77
69
65
60
72
72
69
69
64
64
PCT,
(Based an 10 decisions)
Schmidt, Cards .''J!?
Sanford, Phils ; 14 3 .824
Bunning, Tigers 12 3 .800
Donovan, White Sox 10 3. 769
Grim, Yanks 10 769
tennis championships ot Switzer
land in Gstaad.
B.(nn a rrowd of 1000. they dC
footer! their ooDonents. Sandra
Reynolds and Renee Schuurmann
South Africa, 6-2, 4-6, 6-4.
ISLE OF CAPRI, Italy, July 29
(UP) Mexico's Donathieu Gu Gutierrez
tierrez Gutierrez won the Capri-Naples swim swimming
ming swimming marathon here yesterday
with Argentina's Alfredo camare camare-ro
ro camare-ro second about 30 meter be-
Giilierrez covered the 19.5 hau hau-tical
tical hau-tical miles in eight hours 58 min minutes
utes minutes and 28 seconds. Camarero was
clocked in 8:58.47.
Discharge
Cristobal
Discharges
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July
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Sept. 12
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Hurricane Jackson. Plans
'To ;Go On The Defensive'

By JACK CUDDY
NEW TORK (UP)-E verything
about Monday's big tight was
progressing with pleasant ; confu
sion today until word came trom
the mountains that Tommy (Hur
ricane) Jackson planned to "go on
the defensive", against champion
Floyd Patterson. J
Say it ain't so. Tommy! say
it ain't sol "- exclaimed some of
the out-of-town sports writers who
were being "screened" lor their
pews in the 600-capacity working
press section at the Polo Grounds.
"I don t believe it, declared
promoter Emil Lence, ho had
just announced happily that the
boomins sale of tickets assured
him of "at least breaking evenv
with a gate of more than $200,000
for his first heavyweight title
fight.
"It must be a gag a very poor
gag, moaned publicity -director
Ned Brown, who had been trying
to solve the mystery of whether
the A.P. working press tickets
had been sent to the U.P., the
I.N.S., or Russia's Tass agency.
But that hardy little band of
reporters who had braved the 85-
mue ride into the Pocono Moun Mountains
tains Mountains of New Jersey to watch
Jackson in his next-to-last spar sparring
ring sparring session Friday, figured it
was no gag. They had seen the
Hurricane strangest heavy
weight challenger since barrel-
bodied Tony Galento -"actually
practicing the' defensive moVes of
a counter-fighter.
Yes sir. the Hurricane was
backing up the Hurricane, whose
wild, windmill attack bad always
been his greatest defense the
Hurricane, whose persistent flail flailing
ing flailing had made' him the world's
No. 1 contender.
The challenger planned a final.
light defensive workout today.
Champion Patterson finished his
sparring at Greenwood Lake, N.Y.
Friday. (Both expected to break
camp and motor into New. York,
yesieraay.
NEW YORK. Jul 29 f IIP i
The Polo Grounds, site of tonight's
rioya ratterson-Hurricane Jackson
heavryweight championship bout,

Richmond Bounces Back

Into IL Pennant Fii

NEW YORK. July 29 (UP)
The Richmond Virginians have
bounced back into the Internation
al League race with a vengeance.
Richmond, held to one run is
its three previous starts, smashed
four home runs yesterday while
beating league leading Buffalo
twice, 4-0 fund 4-1. In other Sunday
action, Miami tripped Toronto
twice.. 7-4 and 6-5: Havana swept
Montreal, 2-1 and 3-0, and 'Colum
bus' edged Rochester, 5-4,. in a
single game,
Jim Coates and Bob Wiesler
were the Richmond, pitching he heroes,
roes, heroes, each picking up his 10th .vic .victory.
tory. .victory. The first game wan scoreless
until the eighth inning when Jer Jerry
ry Jerry Thomas hit a three-run homer.
Sports
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DETROIT (UPKDod Lee. 23-year-old
son of ex ,- big league
pitcher Thornton Lee, wa op
tioned by the Detroit Tigers today
to their triple-A farm club at
Charleston, W.Va. Lee pitched in
38 2-3 innings this season and nao
a 1-3 won-lost record.
HELSINKI (UP) American
hammer thrower Bob Backus and
24-year-old Finnish javelin thrower
Elsa Torikka were married Fri Friday
day Friday in the chapel of the Helsinki
"Suurkirkko Church.. The two
athletic stars met last year when
Backus visited Finland with an
American track and field group.
SPRINGFIELD, Mss. (UP)
lightweight Bobby Courchesne en entered
tered entered a hospital yesterday to un undergo
dergo undergo tests to determine if be Kad
suffered a brain injury in a New
York City fight last Monday sight.
Courchesne was scheduled to go
to Caracas, Venezuela for-two
bouts next month, but bis manag manager
er manager has cancelled both engage engagements.
ments. engagements. ." I
PHILADELPHIA (V?y Light
heavyweight contender- Harold
Johnson has signed to meet Wayne
Bethea of New York in a 10 10-round
round 10-round bout at Convention Hall for
the week of Aug. 26. Philadelphia
Councilman Samuel Rose, who is
promoting the fight, said it will
be held en either Aug. 26, 27 or
2.
SOMITH1NO WINS x
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' New York (NEA) A dead
seat occurs only once ia every 228
races, according to figures compli complied
ed complied bjr statisticians.

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Floyd Patterson
also was the scene of other hea
vyweight title fights, including:
The Jack Dempsey Luis Firpo
boutj r5ept.. 14, 1923, m which
Dempsey was floored but 'came
back to knock outFirpo f
The first Joe Louis' Billy- Conn
bout; June 18, 1941, in which Conn
was leading until Louis knocked
him out in the 13th' round
J The Rockey) Marclano n Roland
La.Starza- bout, SepU 24, 4953, tin
vkicbft Marciaho knotted 'tout : t
Starza nin the llth 'round. i&tei,
and catcher Harry Chiti connect
ed for n solo drive. In the night nightcap,
cap, nightcap, Dick Sanders and Danny
Schell homered in the first to salt
the game away for the Vees The
double win moved second s place
Richmond to wkhin a game and a
half of Buffalo.
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Ageless Satchel Paige 'held -To
ronto at bay over the final two in innings
nings innings for his sixth win in ten 'de 'decisions.
cisions. 'decisions. In the opener,' Miami took
an eariy tour-run lead and coasted
home -on the effective relief pitch pitching
ing pitching of ; Tom Quakers.;.? ;
. Ha vana once a gain cot two ex
cellent pitching 'efforts in 'its fight
for the first division. Orlando Pe-
n and 8ose Santiago each, went
the route for the Sugar Kings while
limiting Montreal to a total of
seven hits, Havana, now trails fou
place. Rochester by two games
Howie Goss slammed a two-run
homer in the ninth to. climax a
comeback victory for : Columbus
over Rochester. George O'Donnell,
pitching in relief of Dick: Hall,
gained credit for his fifth, victory
against tnree aeteats. t
L The linescores:
Rochester 010 010 200 4 ll 0
Columbus 010 002 002 3 6 2
G. Blaylock, Russell (9) and D
Ricketts: HaU. O'Donnell (7) and
Kravitz. WP-O'DonneU. LP Rus-
ell. HRS-Henley, Powers, Mozxa-
- (First Came)
Toronto i 100 102 000 4 U 0
Miami 000 420 OU 7
Schmitt, Crimian (4). Grimsley
(6). and Roselli; Adams, Qualters
() and Mccuuough. .WT -Adams.
LP-Schmitx.-;iIR-Goliat.
' ( First Camel
Buffalo, . 000 000 000 0 6 1
Richmond 000 000 04x' 4 I i
Cox, Kume (8 and Noble; Coates
and Chi ti. LP -Cox. HRS Thomas,
Chiti.-. jn- :
' k' (First Came) '-. v.
Navana, 2, Montreal 1
. (Second Came) .
Toronto 000 001 400 8 12 0
Miami 001 220 001 6 16
Pearce, Tflenatier (5), Jordan
(7). Crim.an () and "St. CUire;
Church, Paige (7) and Bucha. WP-
Paige, LP -Jordan. 1
' (Second Come) i
Buffalo 0000010, 14-1
Richmond i '300 100 X- 4 7 0
Hihn, Herbert (1) and Astroth;
Wiesler and Chiti. LP-Hahn. HRS HRS-Sandevy,
Sandevy, HRS-Sandevy, ScbelL
(Second Came)
Montreal 000 000 ono 4 0
Havana 12S 000 OOx S 7
CoUuin and.Ronning Santiago
and Izquierdo. HR-Herrera.

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The Stud Germanio'a highly rat
ed Argentine horse Germ amo had
to go all out to score a short neck
victory oyer outsider Gavilan in
the $2,500 added one mile Repub
lic of Peru. .Classic: yesterday aft
ernoon at the President : Kemon
racetrack, I
Heliodoro Custines replaced
. ailing jockey Fomamlo Alvarei
and- gave his mount, a creditable
ride. Germanio raced. in the
middle of the bunched pack of
horses until they 'reached ; the
homestretch when' he forged to
the front but was hard driven
to hold off Gavilan when the Ut Utter
ter Utter came up for a game effort
aftar latlna tha lead.
Gavilan had set the fiace to tbe
homestretch where he was passed
bv both Germanio and second fa
vorite Scintillation. .Gavilan did
not -emit, however.' but eame a-
gain to produce the thrilling fin
ish. The time for the mile was
1:40' 4-5 over a sloppy track.
Kadir, which, went in an entry
with Germanio. finished strongly
to take third place.. Scintillation
was fourth, Emorujaida fifth, Gou-
vernani. siaiu, uuitnv ovw,
rhivilianeo eiehth and Blakemere
last. The ClfivUingo-Blakemereen-i
try, which was heavily DacKea in
the mutuels; failed to. show any anything,
thing, anything, alternating in, last plate
throughout. i vf-r'; -V"
Germanio paid $3.20 and $2.20,
The one-two combination with Ga
VllttU VI.U . H
The co-feature, run in honor of
the "r atner oi s rananwuau
Sports', was the Don Neco de la
Guardia Handicap and was won
hv Manandoaeua in another thrill-
w MonnnHniiffua nosed out Zumar
by the slimmest of margins. Ma-
nnnnnaeua naia aid.ov ju
upset. Little Gustines was also a
board, Manamdoagua. .'
' Th UaHinff rider for the flay,
however, was Ruben Vasquez with
three Presiueme, uagon auu
biondo. Braulio iBaeza and Amado
Credidio also nad aouores iovb-
count for all nine races.;
y The fans were -also, treated to
skiing and outboard motorboat
.racing. The motorboat feature
was won by Ernesto de la Guar Guardia
dia Guardia 111. Harmodie Ana Jr. Va
the runnerup. -.
The dividends, J
-.'FIRSTCB; ;
tr Semipleno "$13.40, $7.
2 Oyster K
SECOND RACI
f Hunter's Horn $8.40, $5.20
2 : Introduction W
v pirtt uouDiej
THIRD RACE
1 Janina (excluded from
ting). ;
2 Tingat $3.80, $2.60
j Dr.. Bill $3. .. iilA
One-Two: $l.e0
FOURTH RACE '
1 U Presidente $9.40, $4.80
2 Golden Moon $4.20
. Qulniela: $1.M
TrfFlfTH'RACE-1'-"
1 ChltO $., $2 80 t
2 Olimpico $2.80
J SIXTH RACE
1 Dagon $3.80, $2.80
2 Le Matelot $3.40
bet-
SEVENTH RACE
- Manandoagua $14.80, $4.80
Zumar $3.60 r v
- Second Doublet $27. :.
4 A EIGHTH RACE
1 Sabiondo $3.20, $2.6q
2 Oro Purito $3.40
- Qutnlela; $5.60 j,
VV:. 'NINTH ,:RACE
1' -..Germanio $3.20, $2.20
l-jt-GavUsB $3.80 r i
; One-Two: $4.
Inlirnalional loopl
Ey Jersey (ily if l
Bums, Giants Move
MONTREAL. July 2 (UP)
The international League "cer
tainly would be interested" in
moving to Jersey City If the New
York Giants and the Brooklyn
Dodgers head west, tnus opening
nn th mrMsihiUtv nf 1 third ma
jor -. league, president Frank
snaugnnessv sua
. He added. However, no n
no tmmedlate plans In this Ol-
rection and such a move by the
International League woakl be
done enlr If ne other Amen
can er National League 6001
went Into New York.
e wouldn't be Interested In
moving Into the area u some
other club decided to movein
first,- Shauajhnessy said, "we
cant teU .whatwill happen tm-
Ml TVHirar nd fV-SJltS At-
clde to move out, but sornethb
oueht to be done u. wc
move."
From Jersey city, ie iu
tional League couia posuogr
move into Brooklyn, Bhaughnes-
He aaaea vna uiu
queiUon of a possible trd tna tna-lor
lor tna-lor league with ultimate parti parti-cipUon
cipUon parti-cipUon in the World Series. But
he said It would take at least
three years to build the league
to World Series caliber.
The gleam m ;
late rnaUenal Uarae v was
Priced by the possibility that 1
jRjtsebaJl cBunissioner Fra

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Teams
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Pet.
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.579
'.568
.557
. i557
.443
.367
.344
GB
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21
22V4
Milwaukee
St. Louis
Brooklyn
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
New York y
Pittsburgh j
Chicago 7
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55
54
54
54
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Today's Games
Philadelphia at Chicago
Pittsburgh at" St. Louis (N)
'New York at Milwaukee (N)
No other game scheiiuled, v J
Yesterday's Results "V'),
" (First Game) 1
New Yprk 010 001 000 9" 1
Milwaukee 000 000 0000 7 0'
Antonelli (10-10) and Ihomas.
"Trowbridge (3-3), McMahon and
cranoau. c
.- (Sicond .Game)
New York 010 100 0013 6 1
MUwaukee 100 400 Wx 5 10 1
Uarclay, Worthington (7-6), Mc Mc-Cormick,
Cormick, Mc-Cormick, Grlssom and Westrura,
Katt.
Conley (5-3) ahd Sawatski.
, '(First Game)
Pittsburgh 000 (too uOO 0 I 1
St. Louis 1 100 100 llx 4 11 (
. Law (7-5) and Foiies.
V. McDaniel (5-2) and Landrith
(Second Game)
Pittsburgh 005 020 000 008 14 1
St. Louis 210 200 003 019 1$ 3
Friend, Kline, Swanson, : King
(2-1) and Peterson Rand. -
Jackson, Schmidt, Merrit, Weh-
meier, wimeim (1-4) and H.
Smith.
Brooklyn 001 4000207 9 0
Cincinnati 100 000 0102 9 1
Podres (9-3) and Campanella
Lawrence (11-7), Acker, Gross
and BaSley. 1 1
(First Game)
Philadelphia t 000 000 021-3 9 2
Chicago 000 1O0 0012 9 1
. "imons (10-6), Farrell and Lo-
pata, f :., '-;'' ";: ; :,'
iolsky (1-6), Littlefield, Lown
and Silyera, fft; . ,. ;.
.,.,..,1, .,,, ....... t ( tix
(Second Ganw) t
Philadelphia 000 000 5027 8 0
.Chicago :, J 000 000 QQl-yi 2,
Sanford (14-3) and Lonhett;
Drott (9-9), Littlefield, and Nee Nee-man.
man. Nee-man. ' v ' I '
Frick would make Brooklyn an
"open city" when and if the
Dodgers depart for Los Ange Angeles,
les, Angeles, meaning that any team of
any league could move In.
New York Yankee owner Dan
Topping, however; insisted( yes-

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams
W L Pet GS
New York
Chicago i
Boston v
Cleveland ?.
Detroit
Baltimore
Kansas City
Washington
62-34 646
-58 37 .611- 3Va
52 44
48,48
48 48
.542 10
.500 14
.500 14
46 50
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36. 60
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Chicago at Baltimore N)
Cleveland at Boston,
Only games scheduled1."
Yisterdiy' Resulti -(First
Game)
Detroit , I04 100 000 li t
New York : 110 001 220 5 6 2
Foytack (12-9), Sleater and WU WU-sonv
sonv WU-sonv ,
, Larsen -(-3)s (Byrnt and. Berra.
.' (Second Game) '"
Det, 000 100 200 000 0003 11 0
Hoeft (3-6) -anj) Wilsotf. ,'.
Kucks, Ditmar, Grim. i-3). and
Johnson, Berra.
Chicago ', 002 100 100-4 8 1
Baltimore 020 100 000 3 5 0
.Harshmain, Fischer (4-4), Hpw Hpw-ell
ell Hpw-ell and Batty. ,. ; ;
O'Dell (1-5), Johnson and Trian Triandos.
dos. Triandos.
Cleveland 000 ?03 0208 8 3
Boston 100 000 44x-w? 12 0
Wynn, McLish, Mossi (9-6) and
Nixon, Hegan. 1
Sullivan, Minarcin, S usee )5 -1)
and White. ;
X First Game)
Kansas City 001 010 130 6 10 ft
Washington 200 000 0002 5 2
Kellner (4-4) anffl Smith.-
' Stobbs (4-14), Hyde and Fitzgerald..:-
:.':
I (Second Came)
Kansas C. 010 000 100 013 9 1
Wash. 000 101 000 002 14 1
Terry, Burnette (5-8) and Smith.
Pascual, Byerly (3-5) and Bar-beret.-'
' : ,'
terday that Brooklyn would be
come "Yankee territory," i
least for the American .league

ma ciaim. was Diasi-ea as "out- dT
rageous and "selfish" "by Rep. RJ
Emanuel1 JelteMDN.Yvh ehair ehair-man
man ehair-man f the House . AntJ-rTrust
Subcommittee now investigating

paseoau. ,
LOS ANGELES (UP) Former
Assistant Secretary of Commerce
Harold C. McClellan hais been
chosen by the city and county 0
Los Angeles to represent them in
negotiations to transfer the Brook-
lyn Dodgers to Los Angeles.

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STHE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER ... J.,',
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ball 29

Year s, Ty Cobb Still F ighfs Umib

A.LL OUT Running before a brisk breeze with sail billow billow-,'ing
,'ing billow-,'ing out in balloon style, Hanko sails smoothly off Oslo.. The
" yacht, which finished second in the One Ton Cup race, is
. manned by Crown Prince Regent Olav of Norway and his crew.

;.v ' by
V Dam Daniel

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' COOPEBSTOWN -p Ty Cobb, who came, here from San
Frantisco for the Hall of Fame festivities, today expressed doubt

ana apprenension over ine'pprcnuy certain jiiTaauujn oi iu
fornia.by the National League.

"I don't like what Is happening In baseball," v said Cobb.

"Those 'who promise the Giants and Dodgers new gold mines

if 'they invade San yranciscq and; Los Angelesmay: be getting

!- "The biggest menace to success for the Giants in San Franv
clsso would be .the- horses. Bath that city and Los Angeles are
jammed with 'Patrons of the mutuels' v;, j' s ;
.''I understand the. thoroughbreds by day. and the trotters

by night, are among the factor which have sent Horace Stone-J

nam ana waiter -U Mauey nununr on we racuic uoasi. nut m

&in waraJi theniiteat in California, competition from the nags

would be far more formidable than it is m He wet lorit area,
y "Anothfr thing, people out in Califorhia don't gd for Saturi
aaya'-SundaysebalkllvThey, like 'to drive; ouV mto ,th gold
country Around-i San Jancisco, to' Arrowhead near Los Angeles.
They are .more fresh air, outdoor barbecue conscious than your

new York iojks."

,,.-:n,i':,!;iranslVIore Discriminating :f

"Let m sound another, warning.'' 'Cobb (continued. "Pacific

. Coast ians are far more oiscrinunaung in all sports than toe

people around New York. .,. )U :. : ; -f

"The 'Giants and Dodgers cannot hope to increase their at

tendance radically simply fcy shifting to the Bay Area. Your

Calif ornian will demand first class baseball, ancMf he doesn't
eet it he may turn nasty and holler about Those Easterners.'

"Yon can blame it all on Milwaukee, where they make $1.5

million- on concessions- alone. They had a nasty day. when J was

there, yet they drew nearly 40.00U.'

f N fTtfilwaukee is drawing a lot from distant points.' They may
hot' know anything about baseball, but it is an experience for

them, to drive in and see tne Braves, xnere- is plenty or par;
Inr. ami thm pommlssarr sells rood meals at low prices. :

"The Giants and Dodgers w,ould not be likely to draw from

Milwaukee-type fan reservoirs out on tne coast -. ,
"I am pretty sure folks would not drive 200 miles to see the
Giants, play the Dodgers in San Francisco." i

1 .".'rDon't pet the- idea the, tax payers W San: Franciscot are

-taking this Giant stuff with 100 per cent enthusiasm and wiir wiir-ingnesa
ingnesa wiir-ingnesa topend their money-oil a. baseball stadium," the Geor Geor-glaPeach.
glaPeach. Geor-glaPeach. went on. ; i ;;v;:. fji.
i "In Los' Angelej they have Jtad meetings decrying the plan
to luie the Dodgers in with a stadium In Chavez Cany9n..
' "In Sau Francisco, citizens are opposed to spending public

funds and increasing the tax rate, by bringing tne aunts into

vuw. :.' : v r. ; i
I ""New. fa noose, the Giants and Dodgers "move into Califor

hia, and they turn out to be failures? Where do they go from
there? Into-the Pacific? Or dd they back track to NeW York, or

MlnnrspoU, Houston, api wnere noil
s fThev are planning to gamble with the very-life of fcaseball

iTh.e. pacific Coast League should have- been- built up into
third major. A for increasing membership of 'the, two. majors

Cobb has Dlaced'.his Atherton, Calif home on the market.

He is on his way to Royston, Ga., and devotion of his time, and
money, to hospital and college education efforts or his codd

foundation. v'

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NEW YORK (NEA) At 70,r

Tyrus Raymond Cobb wears glas glasses,
ses, glasses, but the ecs that made him tue
greatest ballplayer, who ever lived

miss nothing. r
While Cobb and 1 watched the

Braves edge the Giants at the Polo
Grounds the other night he com comment
ment comment ,d on everything from New
York'j two National League clubs
being California bouno to the size

of Del Crandau s leet.
Regarding the contemplated
franchise switches v "The first
thing they know major league own owners
ers owners will run out of towns and then
will have to come crying back to

Crandall raced back lo the screen
after a foul lly, !'Look at the little

feet on that catcher.
While he realized that the'Giants

are hard up for runs, Cobb couldn't
understand Willie Mays attempt attempting
ing attempting to steal on the first pitch in

me eignui inning ui a a-x kio.
"Not. without protection from the
batter .,'1 iBobby Thorn sop made no

effort to swing at an obvious pitcn-

out. Umpire Lee v Ballanlante
thumbed Mays out. -
. ;'He wasn't out! "'.Cobb snapped
to' Joe Caimes, president of the
Milwaukee club, seated with us,
Out of baseball for 29 years, Cobb,

who in his own mind never"; was
out on a close one, still violently

disagrees with umpires. iney

have bund spots," he said.

FRANK FRISCH CAME BY to

remind C6bb. that' the- Georgia
Peach always played in long
sleeves' and with the shirt collar

Dinned uo around his throat.- The

long sleeves protected hislbows

and the plnned-up collar .Kept out
the dirt when he slid. ''And I got
on baise many times when ticked

here," recalled Cobb, flipping ms

right sleeve.
What did he think of the bare

armed ballplayer of. today?
"Thev're out there for comfort."

Did Cobb, during his 24 years of

clawing and r- cutting American
League baseball,' ever wear any

thing in his pap as a protection a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst bean balls? "Not a thing,
and I was the 'original African
Dodger."
Now. that ballpl?yers wear pro protective
tective protective helmets,, are more batters
hit by pitched balls jmd why? "It
seems that ,way and it is because
they are more spread out, anchor anchored
ed anchored there. They can't get out of the
Way." ; I,. .- ; .'
JON THE SHIFT AGAINST Ed-
die, Mathews, a left-hand pull hit hitter,
ter, hitter, ; especially when he faces a
left-hand pitcher, the ;; shortstop
plays well on the other side of sec-

"Mathews s can't change hlsl

stance te meet situations. Against

a left-hand pitcher .Uohiujy Anto
nelli was working for the Giants),
Mathews- should close, his stance,

choke the bat a little and move a
little farther, away from the plate.
Make that ball, be right out there
and just jab it into, left field.'-"Left-hand
-. batters shoutf tut

left-hand pitchers to left field. If

the batter closes nis stance, ne

hasn't committed his outside foot

but all they, want to do is swing
from the end of the bat, and they
can't pull against a locked hip. A

left-hand pitcher s curve is spin
from a left-hand batter.

He should hit. the bsll with its

strength," . ; ,;'

WATER HAZARD- As the other runners try to maneuver1 arourtd his, fallen form,' A. C.
Porter, 14, comes cropper at a waterjump during the running of a 3,000-meter steeplechase
1 at White Qity Stadium in London. Tne trick is 'to stay out of trouble, and on your feet.

CZ Swimmers Practise
For Junior Olympics

Lime

Leag

ue

Tourney

tqsrs

Hfis'lihe Infernatibnal Touch

T77

1

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RED SCHOENDIENST SINGLED

between the third baseman
and the shortstop.. "See how those
choke hitters hit 'em," enthused
Cobb, slapped Joe' Cairnes on the

back
Would Cobb stick to 'his WUlii

Keeler type of hitting in this day

of the hvery bairn; .j ,; ;
"No, sir-ee," said the fiery gen
ius of the game. "I'd adjust my
olf to home run hitting. ;

' "But look, that third baseman
way back there. What a bunt would

J

(Joe WUUams Is On Vacation)

CitabHshed 1S93

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Pennant

Alumni Play
Powells Tonight

Alumni
Powells 1
Cristobal
Working Boys

Tenighfs

STANDINGS -'
- Wl Pet.
2 ..811
. 5 S ,445

1 A 7 J64
4 V7 364
Gsitits

Powells vs Alumni

Xristobal vs Working Boys
fy TREVOR SIMONS'

Onlv six nlaying dates remain

in the 1957 Atlantic Basketball

League and for the pace setting
Alumni quintet the magic number

is "3." With victory now wiuun
their grasp, the Alumni need but
three more wins to end it all. The

league leaders have now been pro

claimed heavy favorites to become

Gold Coast champions of basket

ball. '

Tonieht at 7 o'clock the Alumni

will tackle the second place Pow

ells five. A win for the Alumni
would up their already comforta comfortable
ble comfortable lead to five full games and
would assure them of at least a
tie finish of the season.

. Although Powells are nearest the

Dace-setters they are also the only

team that have faded to defeat
Alumni ence this year. The AJura-

.m two defeats bave been at tne

binds of Cristobal m July 1 and

Working Boys oa the IS. -Odd
as it may seem, however.

Powells have never failed to give
Alumni a fight all the way down
to the wire and in all of their four
scheduled games never has there
beea more than a J-point differ

ence between the winner and los loser.
er. loser. The nightcap event, following E-

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4-;,.'..
I I 'i j
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In i i i. 1 1

THIS WAY Bok Hale, Bal
timore, inUlder, went back
lo M eld stamping, (rounds,
Waveland Park, Chieago,( to
five batUnir pointers to Little
Leaeuen and a future one.

LQewge.La Bue',4. ..

-v':: A 'W -' A .T-."!'

NEW YOURK (NEA) The batch

of district, interdistrict, state, sec

tional and regional ; tournament
games that will decide the team

the East will send to William sport
Pa., for the World Series. Aue. 21

23, should be the most colorful in

Little League history.

There are 1,700 circuits In New

England. New York. Pennsyiva

nia New Jersy and a good chunk
of Canada. There also will be

from Venezuela, France, Morocco

and Puerto NJuco. .

tali IV a vtataji iv vojutiit vx v

State of zuiia LJL in Maracaioo,

Venezuela, again will fly a team

to Miami, then bus it to Rackwille

CenterLonff Island, Last year, the

Venezuelan kids were the only fo

reign entry and they bowed out In

tne secona rouna. .

In Paris, the Fonten Bleau All

Stars.and the Paris National Stars

Air -Force leagues are to play

for the right to fly to Long Island,

The Rabat Sale IX of Morocco,

another AF loon, is to send a tea

Ramey Air Force Base will, supply

the Puerto mean entrant. .-'

Why do they all come to Long

Island?

"Thcv nlay. In any area they

land in," Dave Kradss, the Long

Island director. explaines. "But

the Venezuelan kids wouldn't have

come last year if we made them

stay in Miami: They all want to

rome to New, York so they can

Mickey Mantle.

"We schedule au soru or enter

tainment and trips for them, but

the kids feci it's a waste of time.
All they want to do is go to Yankee
Stadium and see 'MantleIf you
think he's a big deal in New York
you should hear the kids from Ve Venezuela
nezuela Venezuela talk about him."
Don Plarski, sports editor of the
Daily Inter Lake, Kalispcll, Mon Montana,;
tana,; Montana,; asks, for some, how-to-play
instructions for those tunning the
king-sized small fry baseball pro programs
grams programs in his town. ;
Herewith we -present' the' Views
of what must be as gotfd a Little
League pitching expert as can be
fodnd. That would be Bernie' Paz,
an aircraft engineer, who manages
the National League .'Cardinal of
Merrick, Long Island. '
Pnz's team has won all of this 18

fames this y:ar. 'His top Vitcher,
ack Molini. 11 year-old righthand righthander,
er, righthander, has compiled what must stand
as tho1 most impressive records
seen so far. i' ;''',:'
Mblinl is 6 0, with' four no hi
games," three of them in success success-sionh.
sionh. success-sionh. Onsof his efforts was a per

fect game -he struck out' all 18 to
facehim.

"I don't do anything extraordi extraordinary,"
nary," extraordinary," Pa says, "but I make sure
anybody pitching for us has the
fight idea. I tell the kids to get .the
ball oveiv-Lct Ihe other guy hit it.
Forget about lhe batter 'as much
as you can. If a kid- thinks that
way, -he'll put all his efforts into
control, Pitching percentages will
You're not going to get ria of
way,, he'll put all his efforts into
keep him from being hit too hard.
"Molini has a good fast ball and
a controlled curve: that is next to
impossible for kids to hit. It has a
big break right down in front of
the .batter He catches the plate
it nearly every time.

"Every spare moment he gets,
you find Jack throwing to some somebody
body somebody in the school yard. But her just
doesn't play catch. He always
throws to somebody behind a plate.
. "A kid pitcher can't do enough
of that," ..

Fifty-two Canal Zone swimmers
swam a mile in preparation for
the coming Jr. Olympics that will
be sponsored by the Schools Divi Division
sion Division at Gamboa pool early in Sep September.
tember. September. These milers ranged from
7 )to 16 years of age. Twenty of
the milers are from Gam boa sev seventeen
enteen seventeen from Bajboa and fifteen
from Gatun.
Two Gamboa seven years olds,
Drew Marczak .and Dan Verla,
swam the distance in 54 : 02 and
53:20. In the eight year old' age
group,. Dan Holcomb of Gatun
swam his mile imitating the style
of swimmina of 1500 mis. worked

record holder George Breen,
Gary Vaucher showed his expe experience
rience experience in distance swimming by
finishing two minutes ahead of his
nearest competitor. The fast im improving
proving improving Bob Mikulich of Balboa firi-

isneo anead ; of his ten-year old

competition.,

v Betsy Bell of Gamboa shows

good possibilities as a distance

swimmer, finishing her mile nY.
39:37. v,-

Tom Gangle of Balboa, using the

same styie or swimmina as for.

mer Olympic! champion Ford Koiv
no, showed his superiority in the
eleven-year-old by swimming the

ouisianumg mue for ms age group

Pat ,Paly .of Gatun showed that
she can swim distance just as
well as, the sprints by finishing

iirst in tne eieven.year-oid girls
division,
-In the twelve-year old group,
Mike Rudge of Balboa not only
led the thirteen year olds, but al also
so also swam the fastest mile of the
fifty-two swimmers with a 29:40.
vIn the fourteen-year-old division,
Austin Smith of Gamboa, who is
a newcomer to swimming,, stir stir-prised
prised stir-prised everyone by finishing with
a 30 ill for his mile, HarrietGun HarrietGun-derson
derson HarrietGun-derson of Balboa showed her en endurance
durance endurance Winning with a 32:43 for
her age group.
' Pat Rogers of Balboa shows
good potential as a distance swim swimmer
mer swimmer with a 31:04 to win her divi division.
sion. division. 1 ,
The' School Division invited the
dependents of the armed forces to

participate in this Jr. Olympic pro

gram.

Gamboa Pool Swimmers

Drew Marczak
Dan-Verla'
Jin Jenncr
Dennis Williams
Betsy Bell -Nancy
Chadwick
Barry Olsen
Kayuio.iu nignelt
Silva Verla
Jane Hearne
Edna Verla k
BobMohl
John Lincoln ;
Grace Figueroa
Jack Campbell
Austin: Smith
Carolyn Homes
Don Rogers
Doug MacLean
Ronnie Bowman

7
7

8
9
10
10

10

AGE .TIME

10 l:lV:0S

10 50:40
11 41:16
11 37:14 .:
11 45:43.
H "44:39
12 36:42
12 42:03
14 30:11
15 32:&,
14 37:16
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Balboa Pool Swimmers

Jim Gangle
Lorin Lessiak
Jenkin Bently
Ronald Hamed
Ronald Hamed
Gary Vaucher
Bob Mikulich
Ton Gangle
Jerry Mann
Colin McCoy
Tom perenti ...
Walter Monroe v
Mike Le Brun
Mike Rudge.
Harry Van Loon
Harriet Gundersoa
Daniel Hamed
Pat Rogers ,

AGE TIME'
. 8 50:40

8
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10
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J2
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13
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' Gatun P.ool iwimmera

Da Holcomb
Matt Manning
Wardie Redmond
Dorin Bas
Linda Benton

Sua Shirk

Sue Lane

Henry Shirk

Fat Dafy

Jack Holcomb
Helen George
Charlene Graves
Jim Manning
.Tom Dugan

urace Argo

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10
11
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16 38:47 s

Sport

BALTIMORE (CP) Thira.
baseman Billy -Goodman of the
Baltimore Orioles is expected to
be sidelined about two weeks with
a broken left index finger. Good Goodman
man Goodman suffered the injury when
struck by a -pitch by Detroit's Lou
Sleater last Thursday.

teen 'minutes after the Powclls-A-lumni
affair, will be a tie-breaker
between Cristobal and the Work Working
ing Working Boys, the loser to fall into the
cellar and practically into obivwo.

Nee Gibson Still Leads V
. Leogue Storing
. -- -
This writer reported in error
that Jotin Hatgi had recaptured
the league lead in hir 21 -point ef effort
fort effort against Working Boys last
Wednesday night. A rer heck of the
figures show Noel Giboo still
pacing the loop with 1T9 points,
with Hatgi clote beiuiid na 173.
Theye two top point-producers will
meet in the big first skm to tonight,
night, tonight, v

' V ;

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xne Mne Hnndred whole ticket ending 4n I and not Included in. the above list win Fifty Twa Dollars (5Z.M) each.

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Signed" by ALBERTO ALEMAN Governor of the Province of Panama; Ced. 47-H153
' -r... ,' The Representative" of tho Treasury. JOSK GUILLERMO AIZPU "rTT; ;

WITNESSES: SanUaro E. Alvares, Ced. 47-25989
. Abdon U. Me jl Torres, Ced. I-I2ill

JCTJO K. VALDES D.
Notary Public, Panama

PABLO A. PEVEL
Secretary ,

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Miscellaneous
Boats & Motors

v-- Houses 1 1 Apartments,

ti 1 -' -

FOR ReNT: New chalet: three
bedrooms, livina-dinino. room,
maid's room, porch and garage.
Furnithed or unfurnished. Corner
Patao Cincuentenario and 7th
Ave.. Coco del Mar (San Fran Francisco).
cisco). Francisco). Phono 3-3005.
Resorts
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
Beach Houso. Phono Balboa
2830, nine to twelve noon, Mon Monday
day Monday through Friday.
PHILLIPS Ocaansido Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pane Pane-ma,
ma, Pane-ma, R. da P. Phono Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR RENT: Completely fur fur-.
. fur-. nished housekeeping room, dou dou-'ble
'ble dou-'ble couch, refrigerator, stove,
private bath and entrance, gov government
ernment government inspected, near hotel.
Phone 3-0638.
FOR RENT: Rooms in new
houses A. B.C., entrance to Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nueve, Trans-Isthmian High Highway.
way. Highway. Come and fill your applica application.
tion. application. FOR RENT: Furnished I bed bedroom
room bedroom (bachelors preferred). 168
Via Belisario Porras.
New Shocks
(Continued from Fojrs
ment houses downtown
1)
was
emptied.
The huge gilded bronze angel
top the 90 -foot Independence
Column, a Mexican landmark,
was toppled. The entire marble
haft threatened to, give way and
police roped off the area. But, the
41-story Latin American tower
still under construction escaped
with minor damage.
The 15-story Reiorma Uno build building,
ing, building, where former New York
Mayor William O'Dwyn has of offices,
fices, offices, ws damaged. So was the
home of slain Bol&huvik leader
Leon Trotsky. His widow was
uninjured.--
5 Apparently, much of the shock,
which reached the maximum of
10 on the Richter scale, was
cushioned in Mexico City by the
dried -up ancient lake bed it
sits on.
Present Day Drugs
Prove Ineffective
For Oriental 'Flu
WASHINGTON, July 29 (UP)-
A oublic health spokesman said
nn known drugs -re effective in
curing the generally mild Oriental
flu spreading in the united Mates.
He laid the recommended treat
mtnt ist he same as the treat
ment for other types of flu and
th common cold "Go to bed,
drink lot of liquids, take aspi
rin."
"Of course, a doctor should be
called if necessary," he said.
. The Public Health Service said
fresh reports of outbreaks of Ori Oriental
ental Oriental flu are continuing to come
in. However, the service said
most reports refer to only an "influenza-like"
illness.
Health officials pointed out that
a laboratory test of a throat
washing is necessary to determine
whether flu virus involved in each
case in actually of the Oriental
strain now sweeping Asia in epi epidemic
demic epidemic proportions.
The symptoms of Oriental flu
re typical of most varieties of
.influenza. It is marked by high
fever ranging from 101 degrees to
105 degrees, chills, weakness, sore
throat, headache, muscle aches
iand pains, nausea and vomiting.
A dry cough usually develops in
two or three days after the onset
of the illness.
Gamboa Swim Pool
16 Be Closed For
' 4
rlnanlni T nimrrrru
WWWIIII I VIIIVIIVII J
r-niiiiin in i iiimi ww i

Rooms

- iTbe Gamboa swimming pool
' will bo closed al day Tuesday
- for clean int. The work will be
- alone by Maintenance Division
.forces.

it The pool will be reopened
jedneoda
lay morning.
THE BEST
t
GARBAGE CAIIS
i
art mad by
Manama sheet
:metal works

ATTENTION, & 1.1 Just built
modam furnished apartment, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.

FOR RENT: Spacious two-bedroom
unfurnished apartment in
fine residential dictrict, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office hours.
FOR RENT; Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Telephone
1386. New Alhambra Apart Apartments,
ments, Apartments, 1 0th Street, Colon.
FOR RENT.- Apartment, 2 bed bedrooms,
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ls "Balls da res Building," opposite San San-tuario
tuario San-tuario Church. Phone 3-7658.
FOR RENT; Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment: two bedrooms,
living room, dining room, largo
porch, Venetian blinds, garage,
hot water, linen, china, class class-ware.
ware. class-ware. Exclusive residential sec section,
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1448.
FOR RENT: Large 1 -bedroom
unfurnished apartment in "La
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room, dining room, kitchen, bath,
and three dry closets, etc., com completely
pletely completely screened. Phono 3-0763'
or 2-0027.
FOR RENT: Army inspected
furnished 1 -bedroom with kitch kitchenette.
enette. kitchenette. 4th of July Ave. Phono
2-2081 or 2-1 140.
FOR RENT: Furnished I -bedroom
apartment. Phone 87-6110
office hours.
FOR RENT: A three-bedroom
apartment, with two baths, living-dining
room, kitchen, maid's
room with own bath, washtubs,
garage, and hot water facilities.
For further details call Panama
3-1292, CIA. DULCIDIO GON GONZALEZ
ZALEZ GONZALEZ N S.A., or apply to the the-apartment.
apartment. the-apartment. No. I, Ave. Eusebio
A. Morales No. 4. El Cangrejo.
Mother Of UP Veep
Dies Al Age Of 84
After Long Illness
WEST PLAINS, Mo., July 29
f up), Mrs. Cora A. Jones. 84.
mother, of Joseph L. Jones. Unit
ed Press vice president and gen general
eral general foreign manager, died here
early today.
She had suffered a long illness
following a paralytic stroke.
Mrs. Jones was a member of a
pioneer family which had been
among the first settlers in the
area. Her husband, Charles W.
Jones, died In 1939.
She is survived by her son,
who was her only child; thme
grandchildren, Peter Jones, pres presently
ently presently in Maine: Mrs. Graham
Jeffries, in Oxford, England,
Constance Jones, in Pelham.i
N.Y.; and two great grandchil grandchildren,
dren, grandchildren, Paul McClure Jones and
David Hamilton Jeffries.
Funeral services will be held I
Wednesday, July 31. in the first
Memoaisi unurcn nere.
Fisherman Foiled
Plot To Blow Up
Railway, Reds Say
TOKYO. July 29 (UP) Radio
Peiping said today a fisherman
turned himself in to Red Chinese
police and said the Nationalist
Chinese secret service had given
mm dynamite to blow up Scham Scham-chun
chun Scham-chun railway.
The Communist radio said fish
erman Wu Kwang was "forced in
to the undertaking" to dynamite
the railway on July 31, eve of the
Chinese Communist Party's 13th
anniversary.
The broadcast said the People's;
Council in Canton decided yester yesterday
day yesterday that Wu was not to be prose prosecuted
cuted prosecuted but "instead was commend commended
ed commended and given a monetary reward"
for exposing the plot.
Mexican Composer
Suffers Attack,.
Dies During Quake
MEXICO CITY. Julv M mp
Popular composer and pianist A1-,
oeno aroeris, 41, suffered a
heart attack and died early today
at the height of the earthquake
which struck this city.
iBarberii had just finished his
final show for the night at the
Capri nieht club in the Hotl R.
gia when the quake hit He col
lapsed and was rushed to the Cen
tral Red Cross Hospital but was
dead on arrival.
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Automobiles
SALE OR TRADE: 1956 Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth 4-door, perfect, low mile mileage,
age, mileage, automatic transmission. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1806 or 3471.
FOR SALE: 1954 Plymouth
four-door sedan, low mileage.
Phono Balboa 2670.
'49 BLACK BUICK convertible.
Will sell cheap. Phono 87-3264
after 4 p.m. Ft. Clayton Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. FOR SALE: 1956 red fr white
Plymouth Station Wagon, lug luggage
gage luggage rack, like new, i- Kobbo
5144.
FOR SALE: 1949 Plymouth 2 2-dr.
dr. 2-dr. sedan, gray, blue plastic seat
covers, clean, good condition.
Phone Balboa 2-4464, Leaving.
FOR SALE: 1950 Dodge Coro Coronet
net Coronet 4-door sedan, radio. Phone
Balboa 1619, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
After 4 p.m.. Las Cumbres 2024.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet 6 6-cylind'er,
cylind'er, 6-cylind'er, 4-door Bel Air with
powerglide, radio, wsw, under undercoat.
coat. undercoat. Phone 3-2372.
FOR SALE: "Attention Sports Sports-car
car Sports-car Fans": 1955 Thundarbird,
low mileage, liko new, duty paid.
Phono Panama 3-1039 (days).
Las Cumbres 2030 (after 6
p.m.).
FOR SALE: 195$ Fordomatic
Country Sedan, 8 cylinder, 2
seats, radio. Cash or trade-in
considered. Balboa 2-3050.
HA55ELBLAD
PAXETTE
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Aye.y
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S A.
Packer Shippers Movers
Phonos 2-2451 22562
loam Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding 6 Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
LIFE INSURANCE,
call j
JIM RIDGE
General Assent
Gibraltar l ife Ins. Co.
for rates and information
Tel Panama r-055!
"GET STREAMLINED"
the McLevy way. Body Massage,
Excercising Machines, Turkish
bath. Trained operators for ladies
nd gentlemen. Get results.
MASSAGE SALON
Services "SCHOLL'S"
Products
J. Aracmena Ave. 33-48
Tel. 3-2217
THE
NEW
canon
CAMISM
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
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Panama
N. Xork
Colon
Red China Reported
To Have MIG Belter
Than Sovlel-Made
HONO KONQ, July 29 (UP
A former Japanese general just
returned from Rea China said
today the Chinese communists
claim to have made a MXQ 17
better than those produced in
the Soviet Union.
Lt. Gen. Saburo Kndo return
ed from a five-week tour of the
Chinese mainland with 18 other
former Japanese military offi
cers.
He said Pelplng's minister.
Marshal Peng TehhuaS, sa'd the
Chinese Communists had Im
proved on the Russian-designed
Jet plan.
Endo said Peng put Red Chi-
na's present army strength at
three million, but did not say
whether this included the navy
or air iotc.
Ee said Peng told him Red
China has 4.000 "operational
military aircraft'

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"The Isthmus" Buyers, and Soli Soli-:
: Soli-: era Household and Miscellaneous
items, best prices. Visit us, 7th
and Front Street, Colon., Phono
1762. -
HOME OWNERS: For those
small repair jobs SAKRETE is
perfect, Cleaiv easy economi economical!.
cal!. economical!. Just add water as directed
and you have a high-strength
. concrete.- Buy Sakrete at Geo. F,
Never., Inc., or, "MORTARLESS"
concrete block plant in Sabanas,
Phone 3-6022.
FOR SALE:- Automatic washer
and sewint machine. Phone 86-
4185.
FOR SALE: General Electric
21" television sot model XX2I XX2I-T039
T039 XX2I-T039 with turntable 2560-cy-ele.
Owner leaving. Phone 83 83-4114.
4114. 83-4114. Price completo $-125.
FOR, SALE: I typewriter Un Underwood
derwood Underwood model 5 for sale. Almost
new. Call Chorrillo 26th Street,
House 8-153. R. 11-12. ;
US Spending

Trillion Will Go In 14 Years

WASHINGTON, July 29 (UP)
It took the U.S. government 166
years to spend its first trillion vol
lars.
But it will take only 14 years
to spend the second trillion, if
spending1 continues at its present
rate, Treasury omciais saia loaay.
The Treasury has computed
that federal spendine from the
time of, George Washington's first
praeidentiai inaugural -in J,7
through June 30 of this year
totaled $1,151,000,000,000. Spending
passed the one trillion dollar mark
sometime in the spring of 1955.
Continuation of present spend spending
ing spending of abou 70 billion dollars
year would push the cumulative
total past 2 K trillion dollar In
2To date? thftfederal government
has collected i- in taxes, customs
receipts and other revenue only
about three-fourths of the amount
it has spent,
Uncle Sam has had to borrow
the rest.
As a result, the, public debt on
June 30 of this., yarv stood at
270Vi billion dollars. This amount amounted
ed amounted to $1,580.72 for every man,
wdman and child in the country.
Almost one-seventh of the. debt
about 41 billion dollars was in
savings bonds of the ''small-saver"
type.
During the past, two years
federal income has exceeded the
spending, and the debt has been
whittled down from the record
high of $274,400,000,000 at which it
stood on June 30, 1955
The debt then amounted to $1, $1,-660.41
660.41 $1,-660.41 per capita. The per capita
reduction of $79.69 stemmed from
both the decline in the debt and
the increase in the population.
Almost all of the debt has piled
up as a result of deficit spending
in the last 40 years. The debt to
Colombian Junta
Planning For End
Of Military Rule
BOGOTA, Colombia, July 29
(UP) The five-man Colombian
military government laid plans
for the end of military rule and
the election of a new president
and congress next May 4.
' The junta ordered the elections
Friday. It also ordered dissolved
the National Constituent Assembly
which re-elected dictator Gustavo
Rojas Pinilla president last May
8. Two days later he was ousted
by a popular movement backed oy
the Roman Catholic Church and
went into exile. The prtsent junta
succeeded him.
Duke Of Kent's
Car Can Do Better
Than 100 iMPH
LONDON. July 29 (UP) The
playboy Duke of Kent, who was
involved in a series or auu smasn-t
ups last year, has a new car that
la taster tnan ever, uie bunaay
Dispatch reported today.
Dispatch columnist Bromley Ab Abbott
bott Abbott said the young duke's new
Aston Mertifl sports car has been
tuned up to do more than 100
miles an hour.
The Duke of Edinburgh at one
time persuaded the young duke to
stop driving for a year after three
accidents in three weeks.
North African
Shot In Paris.; f
PARIS. July 29 (UP)-A North
African was snot and seriously
wounded by another Moslem on
the north side of Paris early this
moraine c l.
a passer-by who tried to Inter-
vene was a!so shot. The assauaat
was captured by poliee, who were
Questioning him oa the motive for
the shooting

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SERVICES
The FATIMA PHARMACY lo located
cated located at Marcado El Roy, offers
efficient filling of prescriptions
and heme delivery service. Phone'
3-3416.
,.3-minute car 'wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing, of
; cars $5. Auto-Bane, Trans-lath- :
mian Highway naai"Sears. x
SEWING INSTRUCTIONS free.
Not necessary to own or buy
NECCHI sewing machine. CASA
ADMIRABLE, branch, at 44th
Street, corner Juste Aroscmena
Avenue. Telephone 3-1373. i
( .. "v ':'..
- Television service calls to Gam ;;
boa Tuesdays only $6.50; Las
Cumbres, Thursday! only $6.50;
Ft; Kobbe, Wednesdays only
$5.50. Phono by I p.m, same
day.' Local calls still $3.90.
Phone U.S. TELEVISION, Pana Panama
ma Panama 2-4616.
Spiral Indicates
taled only a little over a billion
dollars in 1914 before World War I.
It fell to Its lowest point
$37,513 irr 1835. That took tome
heavy whittling- since Washing.
ton's first year as president loft.
the nation with a 75-million-dol-
lar debt. f
The current spending trend is
sharply upward, but rising tax
revenues have kept the govern government
ment government in the black for the last two
years. During the .last fiscal year
which ended June 30, the govern government
ment government spent $69,300,000,000, or $2, $2,-800,000,000
800,000,000 $2,-800,000,000 more than in the pre previous
vious previous year.
President Eisenhower in his
January budget message forecast
spending for; the current fiscal
year, which beean July 1. at $71.
'800,000,000 an additional increase
of 2V6 billion. But the rdministra
tion "hopes" to hold spending to
$70,800,000,000 as a result of con
gressional cuts in money bills and
its own ef torts' at economy.
What about the future? Will
spending keep rising?
Budget (Bureau Chief Percival
F. Brundage was questioned about
that in a recent appearance before
a joint economic subcommittee oil
fiscal policy.
He said federal upending would
keep rising about 3 billion dol dollars
lars dollars a year "if w made no po positive
sitive positive effort" to limit it., He said
this would result moroly from
tin "built-in", expansionary fea features
tures features of present federal spend spending
ing spending programs.
But, he said, the administration
is "making very positive efforts'
. , i i-. i -1
10 nmii spenauig ana na nopeo n
would succeed. Brundage agreed.
however, that to keep spending
irom rising sun further in future
years it probably would be neces
sary to cut existing programs and
not add any new ones.
Marine Corporal
To Face Charges
Of Maltreatment
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., July 29
(UP An attorney said yesterday
that Marine Cpl. Eugene W Osick
of Wilkers Barre. Pa., would be
charged today with six counts of
maltreatment ot prisoners while a
guard at the Navy brig here.
dick is one of four Marino
guards at. the brig ordered to
stand a general court-martial af after
ter after the heating of Seaman Rich Richard
ard Richard DeYoung, U-yeer-old brig
prisoner. A beard also recom-
mencKl 'seven special courts courts-martial.
martial. courts-martial. . .'
i .....
Thomas A. Larkin, Jacksonville
attorney who will represent Osick,
said the six counts to be filed a-
gainst the Marine corporal could
result in a combined sentence, of
five years in 'prison and a dishon dishonorable
orable dishonorable discharge.
: Larkin said Osick, a veteran of
three years in the corps, will face
"three separate countrs of striking
individual prisoners with his fist,
two counts of disobedience of reg regulations
ulations regulations by failing to report the
striking-of prisoners by his im immediate
mediate immediate superior, and one count
of running a detail of prisoners at
double time lor two hours.
Larkin beads the law fVm which
also represented DeYoung when
the teen-aged selmn, brought the
brutality charges. But Larkin said
De Young's charges were not
made against Osick and there
wwld be. no "conflict", of his
interests Ic the case.
DeYoung had charged Sgt. Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence Jeiftings with striving him
on rhe side of the head, breaking
both ear drvmv. -
Larkin raid he believed Osick

would be brought to trial late inl'JThe situation demands relax-

Aujusti He sail the record of the'ation of red tape and roles of
three-month "investigation by the the Federal Civil Defense Admia Admia-Navy
Navy Admia-Navy board of inquirr- runs l.OOOlistratioa governing the use of this
pages in five volumes, equipment, Ribicoff said.

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Home Articles
FOR SALE: 1957 Easy semi,
automatic washing machine, 25 25-:
: 25-: cycle, almost new, used only two
months, one year guarantee. Eco Eco-nogas,
nogas, Eco-nogas, S.A.; 34th Street No.
6-61, Lux Building.
FOR SALE: 4-pe. bamboo liv-'
ing room set,.- hi-eheir, child's
; wardrobe, cabinet base, 2 kitch kitch-.
. kitch-. en chair, and tables, vanity
bench, 2 kitchen tables, single
bed wmattress, double bed
' (spring and Innerspring mat mattress),
tress), mattress), dinette table, linoleum
7'x9M Phono Balboa 2-4464 or
can be seen at 5341-C, Diablo.
Leaving.
FOR SALE: Living room set
$39; -complete dining room set
including china closet and side sideboard
board sideboard $150; .; completo double
beds, from $39; kitchen cabinets
$39; porch sofas $f9; basket
chairs $12; mattresses $15.00;
recking chairs $16.50;' alumin aluminum
um aluminum 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, 3-7348.
FOR SALE: Single bed, box
spring and mattress $35; wood
desk and chair $15; aquarium,
plants, table $8; round table
$10; mahogany night stand $3;
potted plants on stands' $0.75,
$1.75, $3.50. 0779-B William Williamson
son Williamson Place, Balboa J 852.
FOR SALE: Basement laHice
work for duplex and ether, hems.
Call Navy 3079.
OWNER LEAVING ISTHMUS:
Will sell at lowest prices: me-,
hogsny chest of drawers, coffee
table (glass-top), 4 chairs, din dining
ing dining table, aluminum porch fur
niture, other, household items.
Calle 46 No. 44, corner Colom Colombia,
bia, Colombia, facing park. Phone 3-1 857
from t-9 p.m.
18 Chicago Youths
Held In Wake Of
Grim Racial Fight
CHICAGO. July 29 (UP)
Eiehtten white youtds appeared in
boy's court on disorderly' conduct
charges today in tne waxe ox ra
cial lightings tnat iiareo iorv
hours over a two-sauare-mile
rea of the city's teeming south
side.
At least 29 persons were injur
ed in a wild Sunday afternoon me melee
lee melee in Calumet Park and in spor sporadic
adic sporadic street fights that : continued
until midnight.; ' r- r
; Hospital emergency rooms were
so flooded with victims that at attendants
tendants attendants said an undetermined
number of others slipped away
after treatment without getting
their names on hospital records.
Boy's Court Judge Norma Eiger
set bonds of $iu eacn ior wiwam
Skeeks. 18. and Leo Casale, 17,
who were accused of launching
an attack on Negro picnickers that
touched off the widescale disturb
ances, f -v .'. :
'i'A set bonds oi S25 each
for 16 other ivoutns, ana conunuea
the case of all 18 to Sept. 12. All
ot the accused youths are white.
Assistant State's Atorney Wil
liam D. Reddy had urged bonds
of $500 each and told tne court:
"TuHoa this was no oicnic." V
Three other youths questioned by
police, were jreieaseo.
Wisconsin Aspirant
Counts On Feud To
Win Seat In Senate
rr .TNTONVTIXE. Wis..-July 29
iVP'i Lt. Gov. Warren KJiowies
coumed on a feud between his two
lo.Hino nnrjonents to pave tne way
for his victory m tne uur pruu'
nrrart for U.S. tenatOT.
vnrrarloa nnrpntlv referring to
former Gov". Walter J. Kohler and
Rer Glen Davis, said he was con
fident of a victory tomomw. n
field of seven Repubhcans is con
tending for the Senste seat ieu
vacant by the death of Joseph R.
McCarthy. -
Knowles told an audience here
that if either-Kohler or Davis
won, the Republican Party would
lose to the uemocrats Because
"the supporters of the loser would
sit on their hands" and not get
behind the winner.
Kohler,. an Eisenhower man, has
exchanged bitter words with )a )a-vis
vis )a-vis on political philosophy and
campaign spending. Davis is con considered
sidered considered a conservative. J
Eisenhower Asked
For Drought Aid
For Connecticut
HARTFORD, Cou.r July 9
(UP) Gov. Abraham Ribicoff
today urged President tisea-
hower to release federal emer
gency equipment to help com hat
the droueht in Connecticut.

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Day Night service. Opposite
Chase Bank. Phone 2-3479. ;
IP YOU HAVE engaged a new
maid whose name is OLIVIA
; RIOS,' please call from 8 a.m. to
i; 6 p.m. to telephone 2-4632 Pan
ama.
Real Estate
r FOR SALE: At Carre Asul,
.. concrete house,: running water,
seven and a half hectares, chick chick-.:.
.:. chick-.:. en, coop with 500 laying henSu
Phone 3-6059, Aurelio.
Likker's Quicker
NEW ALBIN, Iowa, July 29
(UP) Residents got no kick
from the state Liquor Commission
decision to close it outlet here
Aug. 15. A delegation' went to Des
omoines Friday, claiming that the
store kept peopie from staying out
all night by making trips to oth other
er other cities unnecessary.
Hoffa May Be

On Labor-Underworld Limks In N.Y.

WASHINGTON; Julv 29 fUPV-
i he senate's top rackets invest!
gator said today that James R
Hoffa, heir presumptive to Team
sters President Dave Beck, will
"very likely" be subpenaed to
testify on labdr-Underworl Jinks
Chairman John L. 'McCkllan of
the Senate Rackets Committee
said he believed a new series of
hearings opening Wednesday
would connect Hoffa with what
I would reeard as improper"
activities in tne ew York City
area.
"And if that testimony Is" de
Veloped, and if I think Mr. Hoffa
is needed, he'll be subpenaed as
a witness and hell be asked to
testify under power of subpena,
the Arkansas' Democrat said.
'vMcClellan f said yesterday;, that
the forthcoming .hearings would
seek' to establish whether Hoffa.
recentlyin acquitted t- ojry bribery bribery-conspiracy
conspiracy bribery-conspiracy tichargeSi : .used New
xork. hoodlum John (Johnny Dio)
uioguarai 'in a grao ior. control
of New York's trucking industry;'
100 Te Testify
The committee also Plan's fo dirf
into Hoita s auegea relations With
Anthony (Tony Duck) Corallo.
described by McClellan as a New
York "narcotics racket figure."
In all, more than 100 witnesses
are scheduled to testify over the
next several weeks.
McClellan '. elaborated on the
committee s plans ; in a filmed
interview with Reps. r Edward
Hebert and Hale BogCs. both
Louisiana Democrats. The' pro-f
gram was prepared for New Or
leans stauon wsdu-tv.:. m
Hoffa was acouitted a' week ago
of conspiring to plant a "spy"
attorney John Cye Cheasty on
the staff of the rackets stroiio to
slip him secrets about its investi investi-eation
eation investi-eation of the y aiant 1.500.000-
member Teamsters union.-
Now the committee -wants to
know whether be teamed up with
known hoodlums and racketeers
to take control of New York City's
oint council of Teamsters. Hoffa,
who makes his home in Detroit.
is head of the Midwest Teamsters
Conference. A ?. .f ''.
McClellan emphasized that he
had not yet issued a subpena for
Hoffa. But he said, ."There is very
likely to develop a situation in
which his testimony would be
required.", .ff v v -".
May Affect Hoffa Candidacy
There-was no way of knowing
whether such a n appearanee
would affect Hoffa 's announced
campaign f or the Teamsters'
presidency. -Beck decided to bow
out after' Invoking" .the Fifth
Amendment, rather than answer

CALLED TOR TXSTlMONT Navy Secretary Thomas Gatea J

(left) and Army Secretary Wilber M. Bracker compare notes
in Washington as tby prepare te testify before the House
Armed Services Committee oa a bill te prohibit delivery of
members of L'-S. armed forces te Jnris4ictia& ef any lortifm
jiatioa,

'FOR SALE: Small outboard
speedboat, new 10Lhp. Ivinrude
1 motor, i remote . controls, $425,
Phono 3-2831..

FOR SALE: Cabin cruiser In
: excellent seaworthy : mechanical
condition, 1 8 V4 ft-. 60-hp. in
giae. Call Albrook 86-2207.
f- WANTED TO RENT OR LEAStt
Modem 3-bedroom house, un
' furnished. Call Balboa 2982.
WANTED TO BUYt New, or
.used cylinder head for Gray Ma Marina,
rina, Marina, model 6121, No. C-16424.
V "Destileria. Central, S.A." Phone
2-2191. 1 V
Dogs
FOR SALE: Boston Terrier fe fe-,
, fe-, male pup, three-quarter bred, B
months, old. Riviera Building,
Apt. 6, Juste Arosemena 'Ave.
and 46th Street,
FOR SALE: A.K.C. registered
Cocker Spaniel puppies party 1
color. E 6th St. 2129-D, Curun Curun-du,
du, Curun-du, 3:30-6:30.
Called To Testify
committee questions about misuse
of union funds..
Hoffa- and supporters from three
of the union's four divisions have
begun a drive to. seek repudiation
of the AFL-CIO policy calling for
the ouster of union officials who
resort to the. Fifth Amendment
to avoldr, questions o n labor
corruption.
McClellan said 'tne committee's
witness list' for the new' hearings
involves "some of the toughest
characters in America." He pre predicted
dicted predicted that "maybe more than
half" of them .would invoke the
n n Art A Mr, ant 1 ". .V'!, ''
"Hut tut, Irnriw" t1iv hav th
information; we know they Muld
be helpful; we expect to call them
in and put them under oath and
if they won't testify, well certain 1
ly be able to show ''io'the Congress
how serious some of : thesa things!
are the thairihahsaid.
Ike's Pasioii
Oh Israeli TdUr
JERUSALEM, Israeli Sector.
v i ..in mi... T ...
JUiy Co (ur; lue ncv.
Elson. nastor of President Eisen
bower's, church, toured Israel to
day on ; an "unpolitical mission.
Rev. itison,. pastor of the Na
tional Presbyterian Church -in
Washington, saids the government
press office Aad. arranged for him
to meet "various leaders, nut no
denied. reports- that he had at,
tempted to -mediate- between Israeli-Premier
David BenJurion
and EcypUan President Gainal
Abdel Nasser-' last ;year.
Plcnn aairl the DUrDOSe of his
trip was to inspect the work of
the American Friends .of the
Middle East, an organization of
which he- is' chairman. ''
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TOKYO. July 29 (UP) Rett
Chinese Jets staged -an aerial
demonstration today in prepara preparation
tion preparation for Aug- 1' celebrations of
Army Day, Radio P e i p i n f
reported, o
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ers fighters looped the loop and Performed
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amid the cheers of thousands of
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'Arehaeoloffists today examined
'casketM of golden Illyrian .treas
ure from the BaiKans' ancient
,Bast.
t Golden ornaments' and rings,
gold and silver clips, and a ex-
ouisitti amber statuette of an
athlete, less than two inches high,
in classic Greek. style were part
of the ancient treasure that may
be 3,000 years old.
Workmen renovating the medi medieval
eval medieval church of Saint Peter in Novi
P,azar in southwest v, Yugoslavia
discovered the golden hoard in a
casket under the northern wall of
the church.
Archaeologists from n Belgrade
"found a metal-covered wooden
coffin, trimmed with gold orna
ments, in toe Duriai vault.
- Working carefully on a discov
ery considered to have great sci
intific and cultural value in, the
tudy of early Balkan civilizations,
the archaeologists also unearthed
a painted Greek vase of the Fifth
Century, jewelry, amber and
bronze pieces. There were more
than J.OO0 objects.
'iney are Deiieved to be as
fnuch as 1800 years older thin the
church itself, which medievalist
Bernard Berenson considered to
be the oldest building in Yugo Yugoslavia,
slavia, Yugoslavia, "probabljroiiilt in the first
years of the Twelfth Century,"
Ginger Rogers'
Ex-Spouse Hints
At Reconciliation
NEW YORK, July 29 (UP) -Jacques
IBergerac 29, recently di
vorced husband of actress Ginger
Rogers, hinted that a reconcilia reconciliation
tion reconciliation is possible between them.
Before sailing for Europe on the
Trench liner Flandre, Bergerac
said, j "I am very happy. We had
dinner the night before last. I like
her very much. I have great It It-pect
pect It-pect for her."
, Asked if this meant a reconci reconciliation
liation reconciliation might be possible, he said,
"that's the purpose of that year
they give you in California before
divorce becomes final.' final.'-;
; final.'-; He said he had "no one else in
Baind only work,"
.Bergeraa will star work Sept. 2
la Mica on a new film.
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Russian World Youth Festival
Starts With Babel Of Tongues

MOSCOW, July 29 (UP)
Russia's World Youth Festival
opened at Lenin Stadium today
in a baoei ot tongues, a mixture
oi skin colors and a riot of
pageantry seldom before seen in
any capital.
Some 35,000 youths from ISO
countries marched past the en
closed government stand where
Soviet President Klementi Voro-
shilov. Communist Party boss
Nikka Khrushchev and other Rus
sian leaders beamed benevolently.
Voroshilov welcomed the
"young citizens of the world."
With him was French Communist
chief Maurice Thorez.
A cavalcade of 5,000 trucks left
the special festival village before
noon for the stadium 12 miles
away. They paraded across the
city under a scorching sun
through lavishly decorated
streets.
Hundreds of thousands of cheer
ing Russians thronged the side
walks and spilled out into the
streets in such enthusiasm and
confusion that the opening cere
mony was delayed because of
traffic holdups.
Spectators packed into the 110, 110,-000
000 110,-000 -seat stadium shared their
loudest applause between the 2,000
strong British delegation and the
Chinese. The Britons were led by
kilted' Scots playing bagpipes
while the Chinese marched across
the arena in a snake-like dragon
dance.
Coal-black Africans, blond Scan Scandinavians
dinavians Scandinavians and brown Indonesians,
all in colorful national Costume,
received prolonged applause, as
did the small group of Americans.
Probably never in their history
did the people of Russia have
such an opportunity of fraterniz fraternizing
ing fraternizing with people from all over the
world and they did so without
inhibition.
Fewer than 100 Americans fol
lowed the Stars and Stripes in the
parade. One caried a banner that
read in English: "American par
ticipants salute world youth."
The American delegates halted
in front of the government stand
and dipped their flag in salute.
The Rusian crowd cheered
wildly.
More than one-half the dele delegates
gates delegates represented Afro Asian
areas. The rest came from almost
every country in Latin America,
western Europe and Australia.
Sizes of the foreign delegations
ranged from the single Samoan
delegate t o 3,000 Communist
Chinese.
A slogan decorated the stadium
in six languages: "Peace and
Friendship."
ine 50-strong Ezyntian delega
tion, some in native dress, bore
Funeral Services
Slated Tomorrow
For William Fisk
Funeral services win be held
at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow at the
Gorgas HosDital rhrl for urn.
11am Harold Fisk, retired Canal
employe who was found dead in
nis nome in Panama Wednes-j
ay. fAT. risx was 60 years old.
The services will be conducted
jointly by American Legion Post
wo. l ana oy tne Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks No.
1414.
In accordance with Mr. Flak "a
written request, friends are ask asked
ed asked to omit flowers.. Those who
wish were asked to make dona donations
tions donations to the Polio Fund.
Born in Abilene. Kansas, Mr.
Fisk was a veteran of World
War L His first Panama canal
position was as a clerk with the
former Receiving and Forward Forwarding
ing Forwarding Agency where he worked
rrom May 1926 until August 1928.
He resigned from the Canal
service In 1928 but returned to
tne canal organization the fol
towing March. . r
He worked briefly for the RA
fa. until bis transfer to the DU
vision of Storehouses where be,
remained until he was retired tn
August. 1954. At the time of hts
retirement, ht was ft store keep-;
er.
There are tio members of his
family living on the Isthmus.

aloft a portrait of President Gam-

al ,Abdel Nasser, although pUitical
slogans were banned.
T he Greeks marched with the
Cyprus group. The Israeli delega delegation
tion delegation was placed somewhat out of
alphabetical order so 'that; it
wasn't too close to the Arab
representations,
South Africa sent only Negro
delegates.
The American and European
visitors seemed divided roushlv
into four groups. These areued
politics, good naturedly all the way
across aurope en route to
Moscow,
The groups appeared to be:
Communists and fellow travel
lers; anti Communists; neutral
"do-gooders" ready to march for
world peace and friendship under
any banner, and adventurous
youths on inexpensive vacations
Gina's Baby Has
Mothers Nose
ROME, July 29 (UP) Italian
movie queen Gina' Lollobrlgida
gave birth early yesterday to a 6 6-pound,
pound, 6-pound, 7-ounce boy who has his
father's Yugoslav name and his
mother's Roman nose.
Gina's husband. Dr. Mirko Sko
fic, proudly announced the arrival
of his son shortly, after the birth
at 8:20 a.m. in the swank Salvator
Mundi Hospital.
"He has dark hair and blue
eyes and a nose thato looks like
ms-moiner s nose," ine rawer re
ported.
"He should be a handsome
boy."
Hospital attendants said Glna
was resting comfortably and both
she and the baby were fine.
Gina was hurried to the hospital
.last night, apparently giving in
to tne wisnes ot ner nusDana
Originally she said she -would
have the baby in her sprawling
suburban villa on the fashionable
Via Appia Antica.
She had said that if the child
was a boy he would be named
Mirko like his father.' Gina and
Skofic were married at the Ro:
man ski resort of Terminillo Jan.
15, 1949. Thisi a their first child.
Skofic was beaming when he
met newsmen outside the hospital
after waiting up all night in a

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I am very happy." he said
"A little tired but very happy."
He said his wife "smiled with
tears ,in her eyes" when she was
shown, her son.
"She was really too tired to say
anything but mumbled a little
baby talk to her 'son," he said.
Prof. Giovanni : Lucchetti attend attended
ed attended the birth. He planned to keepi
mother and baby in the hospital
for a few .days before allowing
them to return home.
Later the Skofics and the new
member of their family will go to
their seaside summer home in Sa Sa-baudia,
baudia, Sa-baudia, some 70 miles south of.
Rome.
After a few weeks' rest and va
cation the actress will resume her
film career,
Pan American
Highway Notes
1928 The Sixth Conference
of American States charted
the ran Ainrlcaa. Congress of
Highways soeetiBg that year
la Bio 4t Janeiro, U study the
possibility ( "a road of longi longitudinal
tudinal longitudinal sa mialtit ton
throagh the Continent," and
eallinr for cooaeratiaa af all
the raa Americaa govern -meats
ln the prompt realisa realisa-tloa
tloa realisa-tloa af the areject.' Tha US
Caogrcas revolved ta aapport
the raaaV aragram aad, the
following year, appropriated
S5i,m as its share far the
first reeaanalasaBca stadias.
This week the Seventh Pan
American Highway
COnsresS
meets tn Panama City to study!
the final steps needed to close:
the 17,000-mile highway route:

between Alaska and the tip ofjGlea S. Wimerrinfer cf the state
South America. 'sauseua said.

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Northern

Jury J rial Side Of

' WASHINGTON, Mr 29 (UP)-
Some Northern Democrats were
resorted todav to be swinging be
hind efforts to Lwrite a jury trial
guarantee into President Eisen
hower's civil rights bill.
. In an effort to offset these
switches, Sen. Richard L. Neu Neu-bereer
bereer Neu-bereer (D-Ore) told newsmen he
would introduce an amendment to
stipulate that any jury trial pro
vision-include a safeguard to pre prevent
vent prevent Negroes from being barred
from Southern juries.
The Senate planned to vote this-
week its fourth of debate on the
civil rights issue on an amend amendment
ment amendment by Sen. Joseph C. O'Ma-
honey (D-Wyo) to provide for
jury trials in criminal contempt
cases arising from violations of
court injunctions on voting rights.
Under the provision, however,
federal judges could impose pen
alties summarily in civil contempt
cases in arf effort to persuade
would-be offenders to comply with
court orders.
Beth Sides Predict Win
Both friends and foes of the
O'Mahoney amendment predicted
victory, although all conceded the
vote will be extremely closer
Southern 'foes of the bill are sup supporting
porting supporting the proposal, i
Administration leaders, defeated
last week in their efforts to retain
a more sweeping injunction fea feature
ture feature in the bill,-have called upon
Republicans to close ranks
against the amendment.
A survey showed that at least
five GOP senatorsand possibly
nine who voted against the ad
ministration in the earlier test test-planned
planned test-planned to' switch their votes nd
oppose the O'Mahoney proposal.
But at the. Republican opposi opposition
tion opposition grew, support for the amend amendment
ment amendment increased among Northern
Democrats, who have been the
traditional leaders in the fight for
civil rights legislation.
Sen. Henry M. Jackson (D (D-Wash),
Wash), (D-Wash), who voted with the ad administration
ministration administration in the earlier test,
announced that he would vote for
the amendment. Another Northern'
liberal, who asked not to be iden identified,
tified, identified, said he planned to do the
same.
Cites Other Support
Neubeigfer, who.: now opposes
the jury trial provision, said he
understood one or two other civil
rights, advocates also intended to
support the O'Mahoney amend amendment,
ment, amendment, j
. Neuberger said his own proposal!
muiM fact th BruvA Uk i th.
Southern supporters of the amend
ment,
amendment would be modified to
stipulate that Southern juries be
selected from the entire popula
tion of a judicial district, not just
from predominantly white voting
lists, as is now the custom.
Neuberger said his proposal
would be designed to increase the
Negro representation on juries
bearing cases involving white
southerners accused of violating
form, he said, the O'Mahoney
amendment is "hypocritical."
Sens. Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn),
. sponsor of the O'Mahouev
amendment, and Hubert H. Hum
phrey (D-Minn), an opponent pre
dicted victory for their side in
the coming Senate vote.
Cllnten Segregation Case
la a speech prepared for Ten
nessee television stations, Kefauv
er attributed the increase in sup
port for the proposal to the con convictions
victions convictions by a white jury last week
of Southerners, accused of con contempt
tempt contempt i the Clinton, Tena., school
segregation case.
"I think it is safe to predict that
the Senate will adopt an amend amendment
ment amendment similar to the one. we have
been talking about," he said.
But Humphrey, predicted that
the bill's voting rights section
"will remain intact aad that we
will defeat all amendments."
"I cant see sny cause for
alarm over use of the injunction
process to protect voting rights,"
he said. "It's ludicrous to argue
over these legal niceties." - I
He dismissed Souther" threats
to wage aa all out filibuster;
against the bill if the jury trial1
nrovisioa is rejected. He aoted
that, the snore controversial broad i
injunction feature of the legisla
tion already had beea ; atnckea
from the measure.
Crass Roots Trend
SPRINGFIZLD, IU., July 29
(LF A small weed with a bftie
flnwr & inrwirwl in Tjlinoia. hi
full defiance of Horace Greelev's
advice. Phlox gracilis came from
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EXPLOSION RIPS PLANE A mysterious explosion in mid-air tore this huge hole irt the
fuselage of a Western Air Lines Convair-240. After the" plane made an emergency landing at
George Air Force Base, Calif it was discovered that one of the passengers, s. F, Binstock of
Los Angeles,-was missing. The three crewmen and 12 other passengers were not harmed.-

Budget Reform Foe Sees Eisenhower
Withdrqwing From, Proposal

- WASHINGTON, July 29 (UP)
A congressional foe of a new, bud
get reiorm plan saw toaay tnai
President isennower now nas se
rious reservations about his earli
ef endorsement of the controversi
al proposal.
Some backers claim the legisla
tion, proposed by the Hoover
commission on government ite-
organization, would save the gov
ernment more than three billion
dollars a year. Opponents charge
that it would waste money in
stead, s -.
The report of a shift in Eisen
hower's views came4from Chair-
man Clarence Carmon-(D-Mo) of
the House Appropriations Com-j
mlttee. Cannon is. preparing to
lead, a fight against the Senate-
approved, plan' when: it, comet up
for House action. .;,
"There is, everv reason to be
lieve the President will not now
urge support of the bill," Cannon
said. . -' j

Midsummer Madness Sweeping World;
Bulls, Deer, Commuters Misbehaving

NEW YORK, July 29 (UP) -Midsummer
madness' is sweeping
the world..', i 'A'-"-- -.i-.
. In France, an angry bull held
up a train for 20 minutes while it
repeatedly charged and rammed
the engine. A New York commuter
admitted he stole automobiles to
drive home when he missed his
trams.
On 'the other side of the, world
in" Manila, Philippine President
Carlos P. Garcia's political plans
were let out of the bag prema prematurely
turely prematurely when an airline employe
dropped a box that spilled '.'Garcia
for president" buttons ana pencils
ail over tne-uoor,
Residents of Vicksburgh. Mich.,
celebrated Christmas in 94-degree
heat While Argentines shivered in
temperatures as low as 75 degrees
below sero.
A deer bolted from its zoo home
in Sheboygan, Wis., and led police
and pedestrians on a merry chase
right into the ice cold waters of
Lake Michigan. An irate m.cago
husband charged his : estranged
wife with shredding his clothes
and sending them to him crammed
in barrels.
ln. London, throe would -aa
safe crackers aroha into a stars
rtty t afmd that twa thugs had
hasten than ta the loot. The
five decided ta share the $2M
in the safe but the police got
, ta than first. AN five wound up
in ttft aakey
A Cremona, lUily, housewife,
Maria Lauarv was tickled pink
whea she was informed she- had
been elected to the board of the
city's Municipal Assistance, orga organization
nization organization without even campaign campaigning.
ing. campaigning. Mrs. Lauari was just be beginning
ginning beginning to enjoy the job -when
embarrassed officials discovered
another Maria, Lauari was the
actual winner. j
Queen Elizabeth H was reported
ta oe pincninf pennies cy naving
mm v iJanluHu, inaItAi4 In SuiV. 1
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ta km ia saaking personal calls.

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federal budget on an ''accruecfi
expenditure ; oasis, ; inis means
Congress each year would vote
only the funds actually to be spent
by the various federal aepan
ments in the 12-month period.
Congress now sets up a sort of
checkbook for federal agencies
such as Defense which v must con contract
tract contract for weapons deliveries far
in the future. The pefense De-d
partment, lor example,- win nave
almost I 64 billion, dollars in ap appropriations
propriations appropriations available this year
although it plans to .spend only
about -half that much. i
' Cannon reported, that Rep. John
itaber- (NY).,! ton- KepuDiican : on
the -House i ApproprUtionsr Commit Committee
tee Committee and another, foe of ( the plan;
went to the White House last Mon-4
day and explained bis opposition
to the "measure.' t
"When Congressman Taber
explained the bill. President Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower told him 'he (the Presi President)
dent) President) had not been fully informed
on the bill and that the legis-
And in Bristol, England, a Sunday
school teacher turned up for her
own wedding wearing a bridal
gown and carpet slipper f
i -Screaming Elvis Presley fans
who gathered outside their idol's
Memphis,- Tenn.,, home, for -a
glimpse of him suddenly' began
squirming and wriggling even
more than usual. The cause of
their discomfort was a swarm of
honey bees unleashed when a dead
tree fell in their midst, i
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In Now York, Douglas (Wrong
Way). Corrigan, who sot aut
for Califarnia 19 years age' and
wound up In Ireland, had te got
directions ta the rinht subway
train from a Unitod Pratt m m-aartar.
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version of the American hit "Ok-jsjj
lahoma-" Communist Hungary o- 1 v
pened its first movie thester e- B
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wa, nudist "colony shut up shop,!
put on his clothes and went home: U fi
because he did not like being the y
object of gossip.. 4 t- !'
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birth te twins in MsreuiL France
13, months ago. Last week she had Wfi

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France To Build
First Atom Sub i
PARIS, July 29 4VTh- France
has started constractioa of its;
first atomic submarine. Navy Sec- f
reUry Frank Arnal announced
yesterday. . ji
The sub q-244 wiu oa m ine;.
5.000-ton class half seam as
larce as the American Subs Nau- l
uius ana smtoa ana wui uk(
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lative side of it had never"been
fully explained to him,''-. Cannon
said. f -1 i.
In view of this, he said, be does
not expect the President to con continue
tinue continue his support of the bill. Can Cannon
non Cannon made the statements m a let letter
ter letter to the editor of the St. Louis
Globe-DemocraU
Taber was not available immed immediately
iately immediately for comment on Cannon's
version of the White House meet meeting.
ing. meeting. -i . v.- '.j. '.j.-Cannon
Cannon '.j.-Cannon wrote the letter in reply
to an editorial in the newspaper
which assailed both Cannon v and
Tabdr for opposing the Hoover
Commisioa recommendation.
i ' '-."
-In his letter, Csnnon '. protested
hat the proposed budgetary re
form bill was, widely .misunder
stood and would force a return to
a system ; which was tried once
before- and found wasteful. ;
He said it would not eliminate
"cary-over balances." He said
Congress, instead of voting funds
for long-ran ?e : projects' woald
merely, provide contract authority
which would, commit the govern government
ment government to such projects : anyway.
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PANMUNJOM, Korea,' July 29",
(UP j The Communists demanded ''
anew yesterday that the tinued Na-tions-
command immediately with- -draw
American t"100 Super Sabra ;
jet fighters and other new weap weapons,
ons, weapons, introduced into South Korea.'.'

They charged the United Nai-J
tions command with "flagrant vio--lation"'iof
the Korean .armistice
agreement, signed' four years ago
yesterday,
' North' Korean" Maj. Gen, Chung
Kook Rok made the charges at at-a
a at-a meeting of the Korean armistice
Commission here.V
He demanded that the U.N com'f

mana witnaraw us "unilateral,
notice"- that it will no longer re re-port
port re-port to the Neutral .Nations Super-v
visory Commission on --movement1
of combat materiel irt South Ko-t
rea .,
ii'. T ei't .1. .'.I",. i i tT..:.,J...T'''.T ll I.i,.

U.S. M3J. uen. tiomer l,. mi mi-zenbere,
zenbere, mi-zenbere, chief delegate for1 the-
U.N. command, immediately re-"

jected the Communist charges.' Ha
said ; the U.N. command steps
were taken only because the Com-
munists, constantly had violated
the armistice agreement from its
start.
He told a news conference after'
the meeting he attached "no sig-
nificance to the Communist charg charges
es charges made today because they are
the same charges the Commun Communists
ists Communists have made before." v
Chung said U.N. command vio-:.
lations of the armistice included
bringing new jet fighters and oth other
er other weapons into South Korea, re reorganizing
organizing reorganizing the U.S. Seventh Pi Pi-vision
vision Pi-vision in South Korea into the new
"pentomic" division form of the.
U.S. Army, and refusing since
June' m to ''report- movements of
corn's materiel.
He demanded that the U.N."
command immediately reverse
these moves-- and ; repeated the
Communist demands that all for foreign
eign foreign troops be withdrawn from
Korea.
Litzenberg said the Communists
violated the armistice from the

munist members of the Neutrsl
Nations Supervisory Commissusi.

He- said the- Communist -hav'
"brought, mora- than 00 jets irfl I)

North Korea, since jj&ft armisticer-
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