The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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CAMADIAN "'y
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, 9!let the people kkovo the truth and the eeutdry is eafe" ibrmhmn Lincoln.

Mad TEAR

PANAMA, R, WEDNESpAY, JULY 31, 1957

ce Voices Firm Opposition

To Civil Rights

WASHINGTON, July 31 (UP) (UP)-lrtgidnt
lrtgidnt (UP)-lrtgidnt Eisenhower today
prosiod firm opposition to oy
. chango in "tho civil, right b'll
, which would prOvids jury trials
la eonttmpt of court casoa. A

" The Chief Executive at lug newa
' conlerence saw tie did not believe
there should be any amendment
t-to Section four-the vofing nghti
. ectJon-of the bill pending in the
Senate. This would authorise the;

r- federal government t seek court

B ill Change

School Integration

Trend Said Shifting

,' By EQ ROGERS
The Nashville, Tenn., BoarcT of Education has approved
SC reznninr nlan f a lannhin inafolltnsnt 1nta4ln kl.

injuactiona to. protect Negroes' f uf all, starting with the first grade; but a trend toward school

integration snuiea in Mortb Carolina.
The Swain County School Board at Bryson City, yester yesterday
day yesterday refused to go along with three other North Carolina
cities jn permitting Negro applicants to transfer to white
schools, under a new pupil asignment law.
i A federal district court has ordered the Nashville Board
to begin an acceptable integration program. The boards of
Charlotte, Winston-Salem and Greensboro, N. C, a week ago
acted without such an order.
' Tn--4heo boards approved of limited integration.
.transferring 12 Ncrroes to rrevfbusly all-whito schools next
faU but rejecting it other P 4 applicants.
Mobile this caused some r Jernation In the south many
North Carolina observers c it a small price to par
for gaining a .possible defe..e against any charge that the
pupil aasignjiieftt Jaw Is racially discriminatory.
But the wain County. Board refused to carry that Idea
further under its application of the pupil assignment law.
which has been called a keystone of the state's "moderate"
stand on the segregation Issue.- 1 .

voting rights.. Violations of such

; injunctions would become con-tempt-ofourt
cases,
. 1 1'
i Tho essenco hi replies to
several questions was that be does

-nott believe President should or
can influec Congress by threats.

He said the best work of a Pre

ident in. connection with legislation

is done on a private,' personal ba

sis and that he personally attempt

ed to influence members of the

Congress only, through tho sound soundness
ness soundness and; logic of his proposals:
He said he would like to -see

Congress review the laws covering

conflict of interns in federal ap appointments
pointments appointments with a view to encour encour-.
. encour-. aging younger, experienced execu

tives from private business to

1 come intOj the government,

Amid uproarious laughter, he

rejected a current report that he
was worth one million dollars, say
ing that If the" man nrinting tliese
; reports offered to huy -.him-? out
for that amount there would be a

quick sale.

Wit

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((?' V o, yl

Panama City

Playgrounds

Attorneys Say Sam s Case
Certain To Be Reexamined

AEC Predicts Tiny Atomic
Batteries For Space Craft

Town Wants USAF
' aie; In; Britain
.rtoKxQff 'Limits;)'

njuouxmtw, juiy. hi urw -Said' new vrwH... ji
The government day forecast' c.f tt.t HbS?fe.?:

nough to nmuipment 'SUfiffifiEStt S
d missiles and pace craft." posed by raaioavitv to iSSS
MissUeS and -space craft" ttemJ iteration, ? tttnn
selves may some, day be -driven j -claimed that mdustria' ,n
r?se"h !S JFfw. .tom5dr2,ti'hnft

' M

- BAiiStJATE, tngland, July SI

fc(l-The Town councu v to

'day complained v that American
s: servicemen were annoying local

firls and sought tp have the Air
orce declare Ramsgate out of
.bounds to men ,at the nearby

Mansion Alrbase, r

; i: Tha councillors decided at a

dosed meeting to demand that

-the u s. Air Force impose tne

' iban. They said that if the Air

, Force refuses, they will ask the
- British government to take ac action.
tion. action. v
- ; Local businessmen admitted
that the trouble, which was re reported
ported reported to occur, mostly in an a a-'musement
'musement a-'musement park, was not general
'among (the airmen,: many of
" 'whom are married to. British
girls and live here. 1

They said tne oiiendere were

Negroes, -x --

Col. Herman r, Smlthr deputy
commander. of the USAF 406

Fighter anterception Wing at
the Base onBritain's southeast

. coast, told reporters "if there is

trouble it is being -caused by on
ly two dozen or so men, if ;

could lay my hands on them I

would deal, with them every se

verely.'

has

S.

- PC Scls Up Six .1
VM Pilpf Jcbs;
' Rccrt;:!." 5:ri$
: 1 Star I additional pilot positions

'. (Have seen established in tne Pa

nam a Canal pilot -force, it
,bee announced by CapL'W,
iRodimon. Marine Director.;

Recruitment of? the new pilots,
' who will ultimately be attached

. fto the Cristobal Port Captain's
tierce, will begin iromeditely
i Although the current authorised

pilot force has been 94, there are
' I at present 84 qualified Panama

Canal pilots, seven : pilots-in-train-

- tings, and two probationary pilots

- ) The Increa se 1 ia the authorised
. I force from H le, 100 has been
, made necessary by the continued

i increase in einai frame.-
I -The pilot foree wis previously

'tincreited from 99 to 94. in May
,- 195C but the average number of
- j pilots actually en duty during the
I past fiscal year has been te, or
- found less than during the fiscal
".ear 185.
I This year pilots made a total

' t.82S trtnsiU as compared with
'- t,T44 in 19S .: ;.,r'.

;The nrediction- of 'anap -'' inrtnh.

batteries was mad 3 the Atomief The report said that HviffaJ

annual epo T r.7T&W!S ve

. The report saM 'advances were 'from radioactive mater EhTSiSi?
made ,1, alii major program.'Hiy iteeSSt tSL"4"

weapons,, power, snip promilswe, cent, .smaUer in TdiamelerthY
atomstor r peace; research, and dime, WU1 run" wrist watch
production, of nuclear ',f.w.u and ..wnscmatch, more

explosives. Jt also! . 1 'w

" contirmeo mat th current

Nevada tests are. aimed at -perfecting
atomic weaoons "with min-

imum fallouf'Dresumablv. small

er anov tnus radioacuvely "clean-j

er- atomic triggers for the bijr
H-oombs tested in the' Pactfic.

Reported that "a 10-year ura

nium supply Is in sight." That

means -enough raw material fori

the weapons, power, and interna-!

tionai atoms for ; peace proeram

a projected for the next 10

years." The-united Ststes still Is
the free world's biggest uranium
producer and will be "for some

time to come."

Closed Down

Panama City school authori

ties today decided to close "play "playgrounds
grounds "playgrounds and suspend all school

gymnastics as a result or tne
apparent Influenza e p 1 demlc

which has cut down school at'

tendance by almost SO per cent.
The decision "was announced

by the Ministry of Education fol

lowing a conference with Publjc

Health officiala,,: ) ;
The i Ministry also urged the

Mayor to close :. all municipal

playgrounds in order' to- keep

children from indulging in, ex excessive
cessive excessive exertlon..vn;.;"'-

In communique Issued at

noon, the Ministry also1 recom recommended
mended recommended that parents keep their
children away from crowd until
the present high incidence : of
Influenza cases subsides. ."
Panama canal health author authorities
ities authorities reported an increase in the
number of, heavy colds and up up-ner
ner up-ner resDlratorv infections? on

the Atlantic' side, but said there

was no marked- increase on the

Pacific side;:,,:; A
They indicated that no special
measures arc contemplated at
present, since the number of
cases of heavy ocolds or flu have
not reached an alarming figure.

Attendance at Panama. t City1

schools was still down today and
the number of patients attend attending
ing attending dispensaries and the Social

OliiyMMe f- -ream vti ne

DELAND. .Fla.. ;jnuly 31 (UP) land Garmone.' from the lontf In

Two Cleveland attorneys left for tervlew they had with the prisoner

unio. loaay.r wun. a xtonva, cov-icsieiuiy, weoier .reao me siate siate-yict's
yict's siate-yict's signed, confession they hope ment a,nd had- it read to him.. He
will clear Dr. Samuel Sheppard affixed his signature to the state-

of his wife' murder i ; ment with witnesses from the
The lawyers considered the-con- sheriffs office and the state at-

fession 'certainly" enough to re- torney;s office looking ion.
open the "investigation. But two Wedler said he vws willing to
Cleveland authorities who aues- fo back to. Ohio and would submit

tioned Donald Joseph Wedler ear- to lie detector tests by anyone

iter said they '.found number oil wno is qualified except the Cleve
discrepancies between the written land police and Dr. Gerber.

statement and J the verba confes- '.'From my contacts with them

sion he gave tbem. It would be a waste of time,"

J, 'naa no intenuon of killing weaier saia in his signed state
her," Wedler said as he aimed ment. (.

the 1200 word document describing The youthful convict,, arrested
how he bludgeoned a Cleveland I here after escaping from a road

woman to. death with a pipe oh camp where he was serving

July ,4. 1954. the aicht Murilva 10-year term for robberv. de

bheppucd was-killed. .. y j scribed how he arrived in-cieve

The .signed statement., aloaa land the first day of July. 1954.

with a. promise that Wedler would According to the statement, Wed-

not iignt extradition to Ohio.-cli- ier spent nis first night in cieve cieve-maxed
maxed cieve-maxed a striflg of events which land with a girl he had nicked

two weeks ago threw the celebrat- "P, then met a disabled. Marine

ea Mannara-case back in th nuh. wveteran. Charlie Fremnnf nH

uc s eye after nearly m year.was given a narcotics injection.
Attorneys Wllh'am Corrigan, andrS'HvtoIe a carthe statement

f red Garmone. who-took-th writ.1 said, and drove to iaiiri

ten confession-,;from -the-bushy-nome ; where the later events took

naireo- 3-year-oid i -Wedler., said piece. V t t

they -.would7 call a confrpn nf I After leaving: the home inH h;

all attorneys connected with Shn. posing of, his bloodv rlnthino nH

vara iioEneys may nave a long weapon, ne nitcnniKea to Wor Wor-tight
tight Wor-tight ahead -to get the case ire- folk, Va., Wedler said, where he

openeo. tm governor said the nt .read of the Sheppard mur
"matter Is a closed book ss far der.

as im concerned1 t- said he' later' "read about

-V ''v? 5 ' ;-' J or. Sheppard's conviction,'! but

anepparcr. now aervinv hi iook uie aunuoa tnat tw wni

w j. tne unio ware' fenueo-i ner .. -wnai ney were 'floujg.

if

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Pfison Riol Ends, V
Hostages Released
In Hick Of Time

DEER LODGE. Mont;. July 31

UP)-. Rioting ? convicts who

threatened to klU euuit hostaees

if National Guardsmen stormed OOO to tha Ri.hiir7' iTl

their cell block ended their revolt year, Re was unable however to
a aril trulmv axn aaaufaNi.' 4-ki 4...;a. L irv .

Commillce To Ilame

Af Public Hedngs

WASHINGTON, July 31 fUP)-

uv ocue foreign iteiauods Com Committee
mittee Committee voted yesterday to hold pub public
lic public hearings on all future nomint-

Ior Ambassador.
-The action, apparently was' de designed
signed designed to forestall criticism i..h

las that which developed over the

appwnunent, or Maxwell H. Gluck.
Ohio businessman .a imha.Hn.

of Ceylon. U

The controversy arose after pub-i

"l pcruons ot a secret
hearing whirh rinpb .r....j

no did not know the Jame of Cev-
Inn'. T.' in

m rtuae jamisier.
Gluck Was aDDrevei bv ih A?n.

mittee and routineiv mnfirm h.

e Senate the next day. J
n, btliri brought tout that

uiucs. roqmoutea szo,000 to 130.-

. Senalors See llolfa

.!- i1 mm".'? It

hoodlums as inreai

'-C;

Tdllalion'Salelfi
WASHrNGTON, July '31 COT)
The Senate v.; Labor Rackets
Committee charged today -that
the Teamsters Union has Joined

with plundering racketeers- in
New York and other major cities

to pose a serious threat to tne

entire community.' -Committee
counsel Robert T

Kennedy made the charge at the

start of public hearings on al

lege tleups between teamsiers
"Crown Prince" James R. Hoffa

and New York hoodlums. He said
no other union has such an ef

fect on the nation' economy as
the teamsters with their control

of truck transportation. -.
. f if the teamsters sot into the

handa of the wrong people, the

economy of the country can aui-

fer." Kennedy said.
.Sen Karl E. Mundt (R-SD.1

said the hearlnits will disclose a

form of tyranny "which in the

long run offers to Communist
conspirators an opportunity to

naralvze our defense establish

ments and our offensive striking

powers." .,-

, Mundt said, "if we permit a
situation to nrevail whereupon

an unscrupulous cell of power

ful hoodlums can tie up our

grievances would get "'fair consi

deration. -'r

The 600 demonstrating prisoners.

constituting the entira uriun Slili nMrfii .k.i.

pulaUoa, released a ef -the'r Bs-lyesterday-that Guck has been eH transportation systema nd el

tun u Gaum? reiurnen lo him. minimhu- .v. i nown our lacwriea. w wm

.. . O w .-.VV HUlUr II. R 1 1. -

iui uau saia ne "can't for.

nounce" the name of Prime Min-

isier jawasanai Nehru of India

tiary,hai msizrtained his! mi, tried tq put it. out of hiy mind.

mvmmnmmm. ri''wneirriepnoaed oUce-K re 4eavuig jojiaa, CTrrigaai

iiu was awM : remrojy pBatunr B4.6e murdered iata confession was .'certalnr

'.i j-neacnoea now vb apent v v naii ,me people ueyeiand

uiuri lew aays in July 1954 niK !am Js innocent, any
in. Cleveland. Then he told in de fW," he. said

jau now ne entered av house to

toot tat money,'; itruck dawn i ., n.'.imtl'Jl.

couch and threw the pipe ,in A I 1 JllT I AM
nearby lake after i tyZ III: ArfTIU MACCOC

house. .-t .- ms nil I'lVMVJ

uu samuer Gerber. Ohio enAi.1a I n a a

----- kM BIliMei ,, ,,..

statement hHi l-jI Four burglaries of Armv offl

moved On newswires. and said it Cer nd NCO messes within the

uuien irom what he told them "Mco uumuur re ami un un-and
and un-and from esablished facts. wived.
Dr. Gerber said it was as phony A total of over $2,000 is Involv Involves
es Involves the confessions of 24 others d ,,n.tne bursaries which are

given since Marilyn Sheppard's "u ""'"a mveswgaiea Dy mm

murder.-

FdrThe Birds

jl .4
j wo.-;
! 1 ce

TANS S CITY. Mo (UP)

( covered Monday that a
i bead isn't alwaya

. ia the shrubbery Fo-i

i upted u rolDers

a 1200. dollar macaw

a ?store.' la their haste
t fugitives wrecked their

r "taued a foot with the

sd. .However,- potice

TAaeaw abandoaed a
-..-..are: away.

their cellfcu.v-i,.-,. s.-, Ceylon ; since Ma. emitiaraV.

-j;vea as the not stopped, about fore the committee. .,
200 ; crack Montana -- National w -i ; -- f ;
Guaxdamen; with bayonets fixed to, C'lVlaU- TP
unloaded rifles and bout 80 law-llOCKllOlUCr TO

men carryins piliois wiin Jivf

ammunition prepared to storm the

captured prison. ; j

The "end of the nine-hour riot
came at. 12:01 a.m. when the an-.

be-

gry.umates, caimea by tne as
surances of Attorney General For.

rest Anderson, agreeed to halt Uie

disturbance.

Ringleaders of tha riot releai-l

ed the last five of eight guards

they had .held, as hostaees. The

men were haggard from their or-j

deal but. Otherwise unharmed

CI, Wife Jailed
For3 Years; Beat

Baby To Death

BAD TREUZNAdf. Germanv.

July 31 (UP) U. U.soldier James
W. Dial and his wife of KooxviUe,
Tenav hive been sentenced v to
three -fitt la prison for besting
tbeir 14 -month-old oa te death,
the U. S. ?nd Armored division
announced today
The announcement eiid tbv

pleaded guilty to beating the ch-

u iuiw leraper over r -weeks-with
a web belt aa

extension cord, pieces of ww
thmr hands.
Dial's sentence mehides dihn-

ersble discharge and total lerlai-

tore ex pay
: V .

MacArthur: Let's

Talk Di viands

NEW YORK, July .31 (UPr
Oen. Douglas MacArthur, whose
island-hopping advances could

not be atopoecT by the Japanese

iorces in world War TJ. halted

yesterday in the face of a coun counter
ter counter attack by a lady stockholder.

MacArthur, as chairman of
the board of the g perry Rand
Corp.. iwa bombarding 'almost

unlimited government at a

stockholders' meeting. Re at attacked
tacked attacked the present federal tax
structure as "even now probably

adequate eventually to socialise
the United States" when the
counter-attack came.

As the General completed the
15th page ot his 18-page speech.
Mrs. Victoria Davis leaped to her

feet. .. a --'-'-. I

makine mockery of our entire

program of civilian defense."
Chairman John L. McClellan

(D-Ark.) in an opening itate itate-ment
ment itate-ment charged that Hoffa, heir
presumptive to retiring teamster
president Dave Beck, used New
York racketeers in a bid for a
truck-and-shlp stranglehold over
the entire Eastern Seaboard and
the St. Lawrence Seaway.
The economic factors involv involved
ed involved are tremendous," McClellani

said. .Such power piaeea.in vne
hands' of persons affiliated with
racketeers is a danger to the wel

fare of the nation.'

ncuicri -coniession was pre-1
pared byt wo attorneys, Corngan

tary police criminal Investigators

in cooperation with local police
authorities.
The biggest single burglary oc occurred
curred occurred on June 10 when the safe
In the Ft Kobbe Officers' Mess
was broken open and $1261 in
cash was stolen.
In July the Clayton NCO Mess
lost $144 in cash.. This was the
second time that this mess was

burglarized. In April they were
broken int oand 181 in cash was
stolen aa well too wnrtw nf

liouor. I

SHARJA. Truclal Omn Jul si !' "st burglary involved

(UP-British Venom jets flew-20 determined amount- of

sorties. yesterday in tbe biggest "LV l""t 17
attsck to date on. rebei strona-k. rnachines at the Ft. Clayton Of-

holds'ia the central Oman mpiin- ncws Mess .last Monday.

UU1S

Jefs

Blasl Rebel Forts

In Oman Slronghold

i

4 Powers Agree
On First Step
To Offer Soiet

LONDON, July 31 (UP) The western, nowert fa.'

day agreed on a joint "open skies" aerial inspection plan
to be presented to the Soviet Union as part or a first step
toward disarmament. "v";'f' v

The agreement was reached at a 90-minute session

this morning among Secretary of State John' Foster Dul

les, France's Jules Moch, Britain's Foreian Secretary Sef-

wyn Lloyd and Canada's David Johnston. r.

.Dulles immediately invited Soviet Deputy Foreign
Minister Valerian' Zorin to join the other western delega

tion chiefs at aa informal working lunch at Winfield

House, official resident of the U.S. Ambassador.

In Paris. French Foreign Min

lster Christian Pineau an

nounced he would fly to London

tomorrow and join Dulles and

Lloyd for the first big three For

eign Ministers' conierence since
the Suez crisis split the Atlantic

Alllanr lnt fall .-. i : i

Informed source said Middle

East affairs -as well as dlsarma'

His success this mornlnsr left

only one area of disagreement
among the western delegations

ground inspection posts. They
scheduled a meeting: this after

noon to try to work it out.
The lunch with Zorin aooar

ently was planned to get Soviet
agreement to extend the disarm disarmament
ament disarmament subcommittee's sessions

past the reporting deadline.

II such agreement Is readied,

Stassen would present the open
skies plan- formally later thi
week.lUJS. sources said : Duller
would stay here until Friday: -.Zorin
got to today's 4unch a a-bout
bout a-bout four- minutes ahead of
Dulles, his. host,n -U.S. dlsarma
ment expert JHarold K. Stassen
and US. Ambassador John Hay

ment would be discussed.-H. i -They all hurried witrwtii smD'--

ine iirss contact uuiies naa wiui

the. Russians since he arrived

here Mondav at President ElBen-

hower's direction to try ta inject

new me into tne lagging ois

unioieni, negotiations. :

His attempts yesterday ; and

today to iron out an open skies

plan satisiactory to the other

western powers forced postpone

ment fit the formal five-power

U.N. Disarmament, subcommit

tee session scheduled for today

even though tomorrow is its

deadline for reporting to the
United Nations.

At least 10 planes tookpart in f rtr Mi KJ U

:a. -a. i J a a - ara. mm m mm a wis

Teo.ai aawn.i ; - -

the strikes, which started

They hit rebel-held forts- with

RP-Flag Tanker

Esso Cuba' Hits

Valer In Japan

NAGASAKI, July SI (UP)

The 35,551 deadweight ton tank

er Esso Cuba, being built for the
Panama Transport Company a;

Panama by the Mitsubishi Ship Shipbuilding
building Shipbuilding company, was launch launched
ed launched yesterday at the company's
dockyards here.

The tanker is expected to be

The air was- heavily business-.
like.':5.,:-' . -:ru

: : VJS. official Jald th 'western
open skies plan was conceived to
a package deal but does not al alter
ter alter the West's basl rHsarmaJ

ment position. .
Dulles scheduled a working
dinner for tonitrht with Rriti.ff

Prime Minister Harold Macmll Macmll-lan
lan Macmll-lan to which Stassen was not
Invited. This' was taken a.

sign that other Anglo-American
issues such as the Oman

would be discussed 'as well as""'
disarmament, -T

Pro-Red Terrorists i
AllackUJIi Office, ...

BEIRUT, Lebanon, July 31
(UP) Pro-Communist terror,
ists threw dynamite Into the of
f ices of the VS. Information
Service here last night ta arj
apparent protest against tha
treason trials in Jordan.
The attackers also bombed thji
Jordanian Consulate here.
The attacks were believed the
result of the charges in Nation
alist newspapers that the trials
have the blessine of th United

States. .. : 1

The U.S.LS.. office suffered
considerable damage, but only i
few windows were broken in tha.

Jordanian consulate.
At the trial in Amman a Jor
danlan Army lieutenant said
Egypt and Russia were prepared
to assist in the Anrll slot ta

overthrow King Hossetn.

LL HDalyel Salameh, one of U

reekets in 12 of the sorties. - MEMPHIS, Term. (UP) Dis-

The air artaeka wera raaaMiiW unce swimmer VJose Cortinss,

as a "aeftenine m" nm in swsm a mile ana a quarter down comnleted and delivered to the

t:.rV'''"""aaA off leers being, tried bv a aneeial

re? M bi me Biuiu Ol mUKII f a r .? Teiucr. x - mllltarr tribunal .ll V. ...
Oman against the 'estimsted 200 fanned 300-mi river swim. The vessel is 690 feet lone n&JJ runfLg,5?. M

rebel tribesmeir following the Observers weren't particularly im- 90 feet in width. 1 trlt Eotlan forri. V.tZZ
Imam of Omin. The momin no pressed by the -time unt:l they It will have a ton srjeed of J?" F10 we.r JeadT

operation was expected to take at discovered how he did it Corti- 175 mll?s per hour and a load- trcM wouldaitL. i

jean taiip viwri in an-. n the i nan swim a wild nannt arm fast ni carkantrv nf i nim rrm :

N.Y; Child Raped
In Vacant House
AfteV Knife Walk

TONAWANDA. N. T. (UP) Po-

Sce today sought a well-dressed
maa who raped a 12-year-old girl
after walking her a half mile
through city streets -ar knife-point.
' The girl told police the attacker,
described as about 90 years eld.
approached her and placed a knife
ai aiast her back as she wss waik-

ahe.ln hnmm tram a awimtntnir noal

snouiea. i love to pay taxes. i Monday.- : . I
tve waited for aa hour and flf-l Concealing the weapon from pas pas-vn
vn pas-vn mlnutea to hear about Rand sersby, he forced her te walk half
jid dlvidf nds. la mile te a building where tbey
MacArthur finally calmed Mrajantered a vacant downstairs iprrt iprrt-Davia
Davia iprrt-Davia with. the aasuranre thatmat. Alter atlaekiig the child,
the and the other stockholders tha maa told her te watt five mia mia-would
would mia-would all rt a thuice to air;utes after be left She obeyed the

. tieir. views later. . 'or dec. them raa direcUy hame. j

difficult terrain,

Two RAF Meteors arrived -here

yesterday and flew .over tbe -reb

el-held area making ohotoeraoba.

The RAF would aet disclose the

exact targets of these let attacks.

A news blackout ordered by Sir
Bernard 'Burrows, Brit political

political- resident in tbt Persian

Golf area.

In Cairo: a spokesman for the

rebel Imam claimed tbe rocket

attacks destroyed the town ef

Berka la central Oman. He ssid

the jet strikes were "barbaric

acts" which only served te in-

Qamc the people of Oman.
' The Hews blackout blocked all
Information from the Buraimi
oasis,, advance operational bead bead-quarters
quarters bead-quarters for the Sultan's ground
forces. Two companies of British
Cameron ldf tujoders Joined some

tOtti riiia officered Tncialj

scouts there vesteHav. 1
kestexday -was tfle'.fifa y
jet strike aainat tbe lUiiK-wU-ed
mud forst eecupied by the reb reb-elr
elr reb-elr ia the Arid meuntains separ
aUrg the Oman coast from Saodi
Arabia. Mot ef the arUcka have
be earned eat by ee er two
p'laes. but 1 ieta hrt the sort af

iat aear IA yeeUrdajk.

meters of oil.

Trying To Quif Smoking?
Stop Self-Pjfy, Ike Says

WASHINGTON, July JI (UP)

President Eisenhower today

advised smokers who are trying
to quit the habit that they ought
to do so and stop Pitying them

selves.

o

is like the fellow who claimed
he did not xaow whether he
would ever start again but knew

ne would never ston again.

He went on to explain that he
was a heavy smoker during the

. - v iwh m ucit; miivi uuiku tiic
The President, who probably la i war years. At one point, he said.

the nation's foremost "reform

ed" cigarette smoker, told his

news conference with- a grin
that the habit-bound smoker
wont find It as hard to give up
sm&king as he fears if he makes

up nis mina to aa it.

tiis comments were nromptea

by a reporter who said that

many people trying to break the
smoking habit are having trou

ble doing so. The reporter noted

that Eisenhower' : succeeded in

1947 and asked if he had any

'halpful advice" to offer.
The rresidaat replied thai ha

his doctor asked him to ease off

a bit and advised that it would
be easier for him to stop alto altogether.
gether. altogether. If a smoker who wants to five

up smoking will make op his

mind to do it, the president con concluded,
cluded, concluded, and stops pitying him himself,
self, himself, he wont find It as hard to
de as he thinks it Is.
Elsenhower sometimes smoked
a pack or two of cigarettes a
day during World War IL He
eased oft some when he was
Tvtng hare as Army Chief f
ftUtt .. .. .- J

tried to intervene

during the coup.. :

In Jordan

Scribes'Queries
Frighten Indian

r ; r- V
Scholar Das Gupta

NEW YORK, July JI (UP V- Aa
Indian scholar received a frighten
ing reception today when he ar
rived aboard tbe liner Q.ieea Elis Elis-abetb
abetb Elis-abetb for a year of study.
His name is Kunar Das Gnrfsl

He is a Calcutta University his history
tory history teacher, one ef 20 Indian
teachers who came te the U. S.

ea Fulbright scbolarships.
Ingrid Bergman's huabaad, Ro Roberto
berto Roberto RosteUini. has been linked

romantically with a woman named
Sonali Daa Cupta. .

ewmen wne discovered the S2

year-old Dai Gupta's same ea the

ship's passenger list took bint by
storm.

"No, no," ke cried "I ass

sot relation te her. and Tm tired

ef being a;ked about tU Oar

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Sir:
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schedule to Increase the immber of trains running from Cristobal-Colon
to Panama. '' " i .h ,,
If this is so I hope that among these new trains there wtt
bo a commuter', special, preferably a scooter, for the people of
ttoe Atlantic side working in the Balboa-Panama areas and
am TOafhU large group that commutes oh the highway
and this sisaWe group could make this train or scooter a profit
able one. j
The highway problems are easy to see the wear and tear
eo the car, the wt, the. driving at -an eariv hour, etc. I hope
this situation, if not alrtady taken care of, through Jbt Mall
Box win attract the necessary attention or the attention of the
necessary, people that will at least devote a little time to the
Idea.
A Tired Commuter

CANINE COMPLAINT

Sir:

't ttitrt'i anvfhin that needs attention and correction in

the Zone it's the nuisance and aggravation of dogs running
loose i 'v
The smallest villages in the States have ordinances and en enforce
force enforce them, preventing people from turning their dogs loose and
wnmuzzied on the public
They run wild down here, tike in a filthy, backward, Ara Arabian
bian Arabian Tillage,, chasing cars, fouling the sidewalks and other peo people's
ple's people's property, to aay nothing of barking and howling at 11 hours
of the day and night
If thfc '.people who could do something about it had to live
down with the peasants and be subjected to sleepless nights,
filthy shoes and anooty, uncooperative dog owners, I'm sure
they'd move sjoon and see to it that the Zone came out of the
Dark Aga nd was administered in this respect like a modern
American town.
Aa a matter 6! fact, if they'd only take a walk over to Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook they'd find that the Ah Force won't Put up with such non nonsense.
sense. nonsense. They pick up loose dogs quickly, and they come around
and tell the inconsiderate owners of noisy dogs to do something
about It, "or elae."
, Sleepy

MORE DISGUST

Sir:
This Is tor "Very Disgusted."

hit letter Which appeared in the Man Box.
We have had the "treatment." They "rode" for 18 months
and finally succeeded. But we still can hold our heads up high;
we have not bowed to their wilL And, because we didnt, they
won't let up.
We have a few stripes left, but the only way we can keep
them is to have them tatooed on.
That would be defacing government property, and they are
Just "chicken" enough to "bust" us for that.
V i Moi"f Disgusted Than Too
MMT-LESS fOCOLI
' We are respectable eitliens of the moth-eaten town of Co-

eoll. Two year ago they took

leaving West flankers with a bus service (?) to ramshackle us
over te Balboa and back for 30 cents.
Now what do we have? A clubhouse, a theater, a crummy
telephone system and badly In heed of painting huts (sometimes
called houses).
Well, we finally get to Balboa, only to find they don't have
what we came for. "Come back tomorrow." we are told. To

morrow and 30 oents more rolls

old story,
Anyone who has the misfortune to live on this side of the
bridge wlU know what .we mean. It's no fun to watch two or
three ships go by while you don't have enough time as it is, Just
to buy a measly zipper, or some such thing.
If they didn't want us to have decent facilities here, why
did they build the place? We want -our eommy back!
Ceeeli Orphans

, ANNOUNCES
A more convenient
access to our
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
Starting August 1st
Entrance is now reached
by driving on "R" STREET
. (on opposite side of old entrance)

TALK ABOUT
Diamonds
Emeralds
' Aquamar'mu
;. Topaz
. Amethysts
Joormatint
Zircons
" Star Stones

NEW SHIPMENTS JUST ARRIVED
mercuric
Jewellers r

w iwrh. ........
. ?

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aider Meaivafl.
that tr will be a new train
We agree wholeheartedly with
away our lovable commissary,
around and it's still the same
GEMS I

Labor News
v And
Comment

By VICTOR R1ESIL
Why are we arguing about o
pening iraae witn sovicuzea uni uni-ns?We
ns?We uni-ns?We ARE trading with the Mao
("Let-s-Hundred-Flowers Bloom'
Tse-tung. We're exchanging good
healthy American bodies and mind
and souls for the weed narcotics
When Mao talks about letting
those flowers bloom, t e's not ov overlooking
erlooking overlooking the opium-baring poppi poppies.
es. poppies. Want evidence? Here's what
Federal Narcotics Commissioner
Harry Anslinger told the Joint Le
f illative Committee on Narcotics
tudy in New York not so long
ago: .;. v.. .!,
"Today your (nereot)e$) preh preh-lem
lem preh-lem is New York City. Phlledel Phlledel-phla,
phla, Phlledel-phla, Pittsburgh, Washington, D.
C, Detroit, Chicago, (nil through
Texae and.. all through Califor California.
nia. California. Yei don't e addiction in
; New England. A. little in Beaten,
' but not very much...".;
Much of "the. stuff comes from
Mao's : jMooming" China.: Take
Anslinger's word for it. For this
is what he told this reporter today:
"Sixty-five percent of the illicit
opium came out of Red China lest
year. Most of It catoe across the
Surma border.. ''
"There were 500 seizures of opi opium,
um, opium, morphine, and heroin on that
border all going througn Thailand,
Hong Kong and then to the U.S.
and Japan. It came from the prov province
ince province of Yunan. There were some
7,000 sorties ; whicii crossed that
ooraer successiuuy. rnese were
the successful smuggling of a-
mounts running up into the tona
"You ask how much this brings
the Sovietiied Peiping govern government?
ment? government? "Heroin sells for as much as
$3,000 an ounce. The Chinese don't
get all of it, but they do take a a-bout
bout a-bout $100 an ounce and there are
82,000 ounces to the ton. That would
give them $3,200,000 a Ion to pay
for armaments, reconstruction, sub
version ana orioery oi mimic u u-nions
nions u-nions and government chiefs.
"You get an idea of the siie
of this business from tho stag.
goring fact that there were 10,-
000 arrests of Red smugglers In
Hone Kong." ;
This underground trade flows
right across the world from the
graceful old sampans of Hone
Kong harbor to the sidewalks of
New York. Anslinger points out
that there are 15,353 addicts in New
York state and 15,179 of them are
in New York City with the over overflow
flow overflow of Red heroin puring into the
cities mentioned in his report to
the New York committee, And
much of the Chinese dope goes
right into San Francisco. -.
I reDort this latter city to give
Harry Bridges a chance for re redemption.
demption. redemption. You see, his union, the
International Longshoreroeh's aad
Warehousemen's Aesn.,.. o u s t e d
from the CIO on charges of Sol-
lowing the Communist line, nas got
ten up a new sewn man trade
committee. It fr truly exercised
and devoutly devoted to trade with
the rest Of the world, but especial
ly with Mao's China. This com
mittee got tome travel money a
few weeks ago and rushed to Wash Washington
ington Washington to go through Congress beat beating
ing beating the drums for dealing with
Peiping.
The seven man delegation, en
which was a fellow by the name
of Jeff Kibre, long a Sovieteering
colleague of Bridges, did- well in
the House and Senate Office Build Build-ings.
ings. Build-ings. So much so that it must have
made enough contacts tc get some
reports from the pureau of Narco Narcotics
tics Narcotics on the opium trade. And, of
course, on the effect of this le lethal
thal lethal smuggling on Bridges' home
,city, among others.
Bremer reneges one ni v
nion aides would sound like real
sincere fellows if thny coupled
their pleas te Congreee with an
appeal te Mao' Tse-tung te shut
ff the flow of dope from Ms
blooming peppy fields.
I'd be delighted to print Bridges'
appeal along those lines to the
heads of the Chinese Communist
state. What more ear I do than
make this invitation public? -if
Mr. Bridge doesn't want to
take Mr. Anslinger's word for it,
there's alwaysvthe' International
Criminal Police m Geneva er me
Narcotics Division of the United
Nations in that Swiss capital. A
note to my good friend Ambassa-
rinr Henrv Tavlor. SUIT, one -OI ine
eoontrv'a treat newsmen, will
hrin Bridees that information.
But while we re waning lor me
western Lena shoremen's leader to
..." ... At
cry out against this trade, let's
count on the Nareotics Bureau to
fight it. There'a a brave band of
men au of aoo acroat ine worm,
a handful acriintt Chinese millions.
Look's like that trade will be
with us for. a while.
SHtP-SHAPE-Thafs the bar ;
Marorie Ottennaii of PitU PitU-.
. PitU-. burgh, Fs concocted to win I
prise in contest aboard th
imer Independerice: She sued
raenus te make the hat whict
she dubbed "The Indepeodenct
tSocks and Rolls," . :

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NEW YORK- CONFIDENTIAL

, J By
From East To WestV Tongues
are wagging (which is a colum columnar
nar columnar expression for people are gah gah-hina
hina gah-hina abnut the lurtden deoSiture
to California of HmtinKton
fnrri'a hoautiful and talented wife. I

Marjorie Steele,' She had oniy re-li. to auow a narcotics pureau od od-turned
turned od-turned from a long road tour etar-f server into the country because

ring in "A cat on a hot, etc-. Al Alter
ter Alter less than a week here she pack packed
ed packed up and took the' kids with her.
Pay-off is mat hums preiers noi w
go to California for legal reasons.
An International "! h C I d e n t':
When I was in London I met Seia-I
non, the Burmese model, who i
i
"
iamn r Ann oi me iiwo uuer
Venors' (which -e' hotly1 denies
in the criss-cross ujnaon separa separation
tion separation action between, fabulous faouth
African billionaire Tohn Schlesine-
er and his American wife, Anna
Lee Iva. Seignoh came to my cock cocktail
tail cocktail party at. Claridges and was
the only woman there among such
men as Ted Pickering, msnagine
editor of the London Express, and
Clifford Whitlev. famed producer.
Her name means 'utue uiamona,
and big diamonds are one of acn acn-leainear's
leainear's acn-leainear's businesses. He's a form
er American who inherited South
Africa's greatest fortune. Selgnon
is London's outstanding fashion
model and operates a fashion
school there., She's slender and
striking, though no youngster. John
me is 35. I mentioned them as an
"item" in my book, "Around the
World ConfJdentiaL"
Thev All Get In The Act: John
Roosevelt, FDR's youngest, is as associated
sociated associated with a public relations
outfit that handles Dave Beck's
teamos and John L-, Lewis', mine
workers." ,, :'.
Is This News: ChiVlolte Austin.
and Lance Fuller ar .having a
ball... .The press agent constantly
link .Tab fiiMaffffia with model Nor-
ma "Campbell, but very time. 1
see him at, the Copa or anywhere,
he's always with the boys. No gals
Mea Mvles. .the "uaiypso ueai
Wave,r star, hss her ; very, owa
heat wave with. Marty orui.t um
starlet Audrey Loweu; ana nana
leader Qua VaU making it a, habit
at the Polonaise (ape. i acni oiame
am) but do you inow that she'S

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v Flypaper Unions

V
LEE MORTIMER
the doll that Presley dated when
they appeared in "Loving You."
Hart-iVNo Hands Across The Drink: Eh
eland refuses permission to the U.
'we have no narcotics problems i
here, hut any law emorcemeut w-fidial-
will tell you that the world worldwide
wide worldwide "switchboard"- of the inter international
national international smuggling ring is located
in London: There the signals are
Called in the triangle operation in involving
volving involving the transportation oi con-
frahnnrl 1iamnnHa frnn 5!niith 'A.
Irica to Europe, dope from Europe
tnMtnna'hniV eurraneiL hank
to Soutii Africa, with the operation
repeating endlessly. ; ;
Cy.rrf7"r ',. ;
H X Bit Of this, Less Of That: Pa Pablo
blo Pablo Picasso's lavish Cannes villa
il patrolled by. two vicious dogs,
and maybe he's more afraid of anti-Commies-
than he is of thieves.
By the way, didjt ever notice how
those with' hearts that bleed for
the unwashed,- usually live in lavish-
villas?, .i. Jorge Guinle,. the
South American millionaire (but
aren't they all, I mean South Amer American
ican American millionaires) got around, to
the Composer, bistro with stunning
Nancy Berg, the .. TV ; temptress,
and I wish I was a South Ameri American
can American millionaire.... Someone' wrote
and asked Ed Durling what's the
oldest restaurant in America on
the same location. Isnt Luehow's
on 14th? Been known by that name
only (only?) since 1882, but wben
old August Luchow took it over
and changed the name it already
bad been there since 1840 (and
now it's better than ever.)
, No' Disss, Less Data: Jack Lem Lem-mon,
mon, Lem-mon, the "Fire Down Below" star,
is on fire for Felicia Farr, the ac actress
tress actress I know a. ay who thought
it had something to do with war
when Monique Van Vooren was re referred
ferred referred to as "The Belgian Bulge."
What a battle! The Lou Walters Walters-CassFranklin
CassFranklin Walters-CassFranklin discovery, Marie
Bernard, a smash hcid-over at
Monsignore ... Bob Taplinger, the
promotion wis, wrote, the he was
flattered when I included him in
my,bsting of .EI Morocco lupos, se

; 4

now he's protecting his amateur
standing Dy appearmg at tne west west-hamptou
hamptou west-hamptou Bath pno Uennis With a
flock of "unknown" beauts who
soon will be "known." Latest and
cutest are Jennifer Statler. and
-
Joan Kemp ..." Desuite the denials.
hasn't JacK. Werner closed a deal
for the film rights' to "The Mir
acle?" ... Network newscaster E-
laine Shepherd bones tc. pact the
iNew York broadcasting contract
ter she throws a mad "swimming
pool" party at Tools' next Thurs Thursday
day Thursday with sand, lifeguards, a baby
seal and sermen naming beauts w
DiKinis. xnsi s xor me.
Yonr British Accent Is Showing:
You read about Vivien Leigh's out outburst
burst outburst from the gallery of the dig dignified
nified dignified House of Lords, when she
shocked the Peers- with her de
mand that historic J. James Thea'-
tre be preserved. But: did' you al also
so also read that bar husband, Sir Laur Laurence
ence Laurence Olivier, had a chance to buy
it and turned it down. England
all a-twitter-' fone calls may go
up' to six cents! Prince Philip
cet tin a kidding uver his last col
lision with a polo pole. Looks Oka,
he's just about as good a polo play
er as tne ranee oi wues.was a
horseman. si"-... ; . .-''
This, That and he Other Thing:
Barbara Hall the big money-winner,
and Air France pilot Lucieit
Verdeux are flying, and, hot v in
planes eitner ... i auung imu;
planes, how come the State Dept
constantly rules against American-
owned airlines in favor of foreign
flag carriers, giving tne latter sole
international routes thU Should be
shared with ours often overrul
ing the civil' aviation authorities
in so doing... wnat nappenea le
that Saba Beekwith-Peter Crosby
(hint! He was with a beautiful
Canadian blonde) at Max Loew's
Casanova, first name oi "Helena
but mum on the second. Don't
blame him either.
. CONFESSION OF A CANDID
COOKIE: When I thin J think
mm i
W W Is"
On Vacatlen

1

UEnRY
y
WASHINGTON When Presi-de-uv
iisennower appoints milita military
ry military men' to high oUice, be aeems
to have a .propensity lor appoint appointing
ing appointing the wrong man to the wrong
place at. the wrong time.,
tut lUKt lnuiury appouikt.ee, West
Point classmate Gen. JoSepn
Swing as Commissioner of Immi Immigration,
gration, Immigration, oecame tamouis ior using
government automobiles to go
uaaut .w Mexico, usmg his pei pei-sonaL
sonaL pei-sonaL privileged pusition to secure
a ixiexican maid at lpw. wages, ana
using government airplanes for
pohctical, purpose .tv?
, vn top ot rhis,nGen. Herbert
D Vogol, appelmnd te be Chair Chairman
man Chairman er tne lennessee. Valley Au Authority,
thority, Authority, has proved himself a pri pri-me
me pri-me oonna remlnls.nt of the
tiays when Wesnington fought o o-ver
ver o-ver the question ot whether Dol Dolly
ly Dolly Cann, halMu,ur of the Vice
hresidem, shovio be seated at
dinner aheed of Alice Roosevelt
- Lengwerth, wiwi A the speaker.
invited .: to attend dinner by
the Junior uruer oi Mechanics hou-
ormg AFL-CIO president George
jVlemiy last momn uenerai vogei
leiused to go into the dinner oe oe-cause
cause oe-cause he wasn't seated at the
head table, '-'i-l '' '- X
General Vogel found himself seat seated
ed seated -with group of distinguished
industrialists and" labor leaders,
but tnis mo not please him. He
actually' threatened to leave.
r inauy, it was learntu uia. Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Howard Baker of Tennessee-
would not be aoie to at attend
tend attend because of a death in his
family. and to keep the peace, Gen General
eral General Vogel was waltzed up to the
speaker a table., to take Baser 'a
place.;
.MO tVA TROUBLE
4im h
.Again, the general was invited
to R'niketiflg uithe Delia Council
in Clevelanu, Miss' speakers at
we meeting were Harvey Fire Firestone,
stone, Firestone, nead of the well Irnown rub rubber
ber rubber company ox thut name, and
L'nief Oi Army Engineers Maj.
Ge,i. h, Ci iuchner.
Qnce again, wnen Vogel was not
Invited to sit at the speakers ros-
trum. he refused to attend the
meeting, i
ueim.al Vogel milled around out out-siuu,
siuu, out-siuu, rfia4 jjia oigust lor the
activities, then drove, back to Knox-
.a another occasion, President
Diem of the friendly coumxy oi
t..bv,,wii viduug tne i'ennes i'ennes-sae
sae i'ennes-sae Vauty. Uenerai Vugei conduct conducted
ed conducted Presiuent,.i)iem ou the tour,
uAt returning oau-io j&noxvuie,
the ; General switched, tne motor motor-caue
caue motor-caue uu-ougn resiaeuuai unoxviue
so he. coulu stop; off at this home.
i;n(rfil Mat nlii itiii the mo
torcade,' sent .the President on to
nis notei. ..psr-'x-j ?x
A If if strfeff httoeol that a for foreign
eign foreign viHtor be .delivered to his
destination betere the American
host Staves the entourage, atate
N,topertment -officials were red red-faced,
faced, red-faced, but found it impossible to
Jiive orders to the grandstand grandstand-rvg
rvg grandstand-rvg General whom Jke appoint appointed
ed appointed heed ot the Tenmssee Valley
Authority. M-'-rs
Note EisenhoWef now faces
trouble witn another appointee 10
the TVA Arnold K. Jones. Sen Senators
ators Senators probing Jones' background
have, found tnat be accepted fees
as a lawyer White supposedly serv serving
ing serving the people of Kansas on the
State '' Corporaiion Commission.
Since Eisenhower has appointed
more conflict -of interest officials
tnan any other president, it's a
safe bet the Senators will take a
long look at Commissioner Jones
before they confirm him.
r WASHINGTON WHISPERS-
Edward Bennett Williams, who
scored Washington No. 1 legal
victory in, defending teamsters
strongman Jimmy Hoffa, slipped o o-ver
ver o-ver to Teamsters Union headquar headquarters
ters headquarters during the trial to confer
with, a sqaud of lawyers. .They
urged him to take a Negro attor attorney
ney attorney with him into the court to in-
ACROSS it
4 Social eventt
69 Scatter
68 Opine
DOWN
1 For fear that
t Zye part
3 Furnace
i ingredient
4 Shout
a Appalling
Mineral rock
TSUcky
- substance
8 Rodents
- Leave out
10 Row
11 German river.
- It Measure
of cloth
31 Worm
33 Closer
34 GurJock catch
I Screen
actress; : ;
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8Sheisa'
' perfonner
IShe has .
' featured 4
UCrjsl
f bacchanals'
IS At
14 Among
15 Fur bearer
IS Legal point
11 Fork prong v
It Greater
im stature
30 Bed cenopy
23 Driving reins
24Fountaia
' drink
38 Exist
J She la one el
, .' moviedom's
young
34 Ireland
35 Pillar
87 Toward the'
sheltered side
ssThedia
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4t Window glass
41 Networks r
3Kalf-cm
44 She bat i
borne on
movie
4S Potts
SLon4 for
USterohowaes
ST Rabbit
84 Arrival (at.
MRurnlMBt
animal
81 Dismounted
ti American
writer
3XnenUal
-being

Screen Actress

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fluence the eight Negro Jury-members;
This was to oifset the gov government
ernment government which had a Negro attor attorney
ney attorney sitting at the lawyers' table.
, .Instead, it was arranged for
ex-heavyweight champ ; Joe Louis
to visit the courtroom. and ma
a show of his friendship for Hoif a.
.FBI boss J. Edgar... Hoover,
was furious over Hoffa's acquittaL
This makes the.third big headline'
case the FBI has developed which
was lost. Others were Judith Cop Cop-ion;
ion; Cop-ion; who allegedly spied for Rus-.
sia; Johnny Dio yho allegedly or ordered
dered ordered the acid-blinding of Column-'
1st Victor Riesel; and now Jimmy
Hoffa, who allegedly bribed a Sen
ate rackets rinvestigator. J .Sen.
Bill Knowland waa about to yield
to southern arguments and kill
most of part 3 of the civil rights
bill, when he got a call from Ne Negro
gro Negro leaders; They had been to see
Vice President Nixon, who stood
pat for a strong bill and no com compromise
promise compromise on part I. Knowland and
Nixon are political rivals. The
greatest goal in American public
Wethe White Hoube is before
their eyes. Learning of Nixon's
stand, Knowland changed his mind,
stood pat -for a strong part 3. ;
Competition applies to politics as
well as business.
PAINTING THE USS SARATOGA
The Navy is now Showing Con Congressmen
gressmen Congressmen its answer to this col
umn's charge that Capt. Robert
Moore spent $65,000 to spruce up
the super carrier Saratoga for
President Eisenhower's overnight
cruse; i cmw
cruise.
The Navy is' rolling Congress Congressmen
men Congressmen that Moore reeily spent less
than $7,0M for paint and tile, al also
so also only $1,800 te redecorate a
cabin for Ike Instead of $3,500 as
this column reported.
What the Navy did was order
Captain Moore to investigate him
self His report on himself is now
being peddled as the-Navy's offi official
cial official answer.
However, here are some expens expenses
es expenses that Moore1 overlooked:
First, he counted only paint and
tile purchased after April 1. Yet
he began beautifying the ship in
February after the first report that
Ike might visit the carrier.
Specifically, he spent $1,500 re redecorating
decorating redecorating the quarter deck. He

changed- the blue and gold color
scheme to green and white.
He also ordered the'' passage passageways
ways passageways leading to "flag country''
J tainted black and white. Two days
ater he changed his mind and or
dered them repainted green and
white. '.Eventually he changed hjM
mind again and had them tiled. T.
All this was done before : Aprif
I. Moore'iJp6rt,leo doesn't rnen-V
tion other extensive repairs or, in
elude a nickel for labor.
Actually the Saratoga was in
tip-top condition and didn't, .need
any redecorating.
Captain Moore's report else
seems to omit money that he
gomrously spent on hi own
quarters.. He had his own cabjn
completely refurnished and. re
decorated, though his predeces predecessor
sor predecessor had scarcely used ft. He el
. so errVred a rterlmg silver can
delabre for his cabin ever the
objection of hia fiscal officer who
protested that it wasn't e proper
. expense..
The skipper alsd demanded a
portable typewriter with special 1

talk type that had to be ordered
directly from the factory for his
quarters. Other purehases includ included
ed included a $395 hi-fi set and a $350 desk
set with matching wartebaiket.
u. ; .
Drive In Service
ELKHART, lad. (UP)David
Angiemeyer, 14, blamed throttle
trouble Saturday when his motor
boat crashed through a lake front
store window. The youth escaped
unhurt.
Answer to Previous
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measures
38 Regimen
prescribed
37 Against
30 Bugle cell
31 Wings
S3 Lease
tSVWws
38 Offered in
payment
41 Masculine
Blekaame
48 Adjust ".
47 Street (ab.V
4Mrtformal talk
4 Chest rattle
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doctors
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WEDNESDAY, JULY SI, 1957 '.

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER.

1 1.1 MOYIES iy A0O

' J by Erskin Johnson

i

. ( I'

J tinTT.vwrSon fNEAl Ex

clusively Your: Tnger "Man on

Fire") Stevens' tales to tne wew
York press abouj; being a one onetime
time onetime chorus chick in the Latin
quarter night club was a blush blusher
er blusher for the MOM publicity man
who handled the Crosby film.
ti. v-nt the BroadwaT-after-

dark chapter of Jher life in the

deep Ireew as "Paa- im ner
career. But when Inger returned
to Paramount, her home studio,
-' Its more wide-awake drum "eat "eaters
ers "eaters advised her to tell all and

she did. .

" "'Gulliver's Travels" as a movie

lri big "Around the worm m jju
inir, fnA ufv is being

national.1 If the idea jeus, tue
studios will shrink:; another ac actor
tor actor to king-size cigarette height
"with a whole'flock of blff-n"me
stars, playing cameo roles The
Incredible Shrinking Man" cued
the project.
ooo 1
ri'm still'on a ; soapbox after
seeing "The Pride And 'the Pas Pas-sion;?GreaV?reat
sion;?GreaV?reat Pas-sion;?GreaV?reat great-SQ-

t)hia Loren ,my y ri

herself. Cary orani wm
was worried.when neJn X
for the costume fUm i because he

mild "I'm a nanasrM-" -My-
! act&don't know what else

to do with- 'em wnen

tag.":

And why shouldn't.' she?
What else could the daughter of
Paul Douglas and Virginia Jleld
be?"

is' LmERACE trying to buy up

all copies of THATlscandal mag-,
azine on Hollywood newsstands?
finmnnna rmrphnspri all t.hft r.o-

ples available (51) at one Movie

town stand and gave smiiey 5
office .address for delivery..-.
After two sneak previews of Ann
Blyth's version of "The Helen
Morgan Story," Warner Bros,
are no longer worried about the
rermt. Pnllv Rrcen TV version

killing interest. The picture wilt

nave a NovemDer release i..
Molly ,Bee and Rick' Nelson will
team lun In a sineinsr act for the

Ohio State Fair. If the act

clicks,' they'll: take it to Las Ve Veens
ens Veens after Mollv cOmDletes her

role in UI's "Summer Love.".-

Marquee signs of 4 the week:
The double-billing of '"Funny
Face" and ; '.'A Face- la the

Crowd" as: : 1

"Funny Face in the Crowd."
Another theater's way of say say-tag
tag say-tag It: ty "i "4 ,. 1 "' V1.
w v f t 4
i "Boy on a Dolphin To Catch
a Thief." J., ... '"M
vr pai'c nF.RJr.harri fioone T are

etirrr him-: tha rihhlntr Af f J his

life. The sideburns he sprouted
for his-' new telefilm- series,
"Have Gun Will Travel," are
an inch longer than Presley's. -v. .-
Ttsvvi nrnnnr oKnnt f Virus a lpflthpi

elbow patches on Robert Young's

sport coats In his 'Tather Knowrf during his "record 82-week' "run

Ttaef" tdlafllma H' Tint, lrnpn

ling them from the Goodwill bag
I he orders em new that way

because he luces 'em patcnea.
And is starting a fad, tailors tell

me..

."Vnllah rtff nn Osrar. nlftS. for

Managing Director Max Mink of
tnntart nonrom from, the lobbV

a Cleveland theater. ..He elim-

i. rakA f VitiHnD-H'vf 4Arrnnd

the World In 80 Days" to im

Angeles, too, ana me wm bi-

ting new dox omce recoiuo.

MAYBE It's clue for' a new
movie slogan: : 1
t it's & iMMArn.KH tHctnre.

It's the best dox ouice in town.

POPrmy National Organization

of people upposea w, rwpi;"
at the jnovles. n
t .mnrisi if "Th Pride w and

the Passion," from C. & fores

ter's novels 'The uun. wiu in inspire
spire inspire a sequel? Titled, natch,
"Son of a Gun.; ,

SATINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY

THRU THE IRONING HOUR!

Saiina...
; h 810 ronfng

oid in fhe box.

It's obvious he stopped wor wor-rvuisv
rvuisv wor-rvuisv t h 0 n g h; ecauseas a
SSbuckler he's in Hke Flynn.
" -,''-. OOO ',,

. ta nmHlrtlni; her

12-year-old Jstepdaughter,- Mag Mag-lie
lie Mag-lie wUl crash the- movies as a
I a'mw gl by the time she's 17
is frank uninhibited Jan told
A 2? set of "Christmas -in

Paradise"
Quote Unquote

MEXICO CrrY-former United

Press Corresponoeuv v.""

ion the M qo h. - ln

V "rvB 1 DBb" 5 i"lvuo" .. 7 : ,.4
JapChileandlaCaUor

'as' bad ii,lM" ; " J
jlw.niirnM fit! MrMtflf 1

Edgar Hoover, defending the wie

of confidential iworm- -"The
very basis of our success
xi.. vnT'e sanrflTlce to i thl8

country's citiiens that the informa-u7--
m. will bevmaintained

in the strictest commence w our
files JUyrS-
OTTAWA Secretary of S t a t e
John Foster Dulles, on disarma disarmament
ment disarmament talks with Canadian Prime
Mnister John Diefenbaker :
"These talks' were completely
informal- and on this .very account
helpful in maintaining genuine un-

derstanaing on me in.
neighbors." v.'":f- !'.'.'
ROME Dr. Mirko SkofiC, on the
ion born Sunday to his wife, Kal Kalian
ian Kalian mpvie star Gina Lollobrigida:

"He, has dark haur ana oiue eyes
and a nose- that looks like his
mother's.' He should be a hand handsome
some handsome boy.' :v .. ;,
NEW YORK ACtresa Marie
(The t Body) McDonald, on the
latest reconciliation with her hus hus-bancC
bancC hus-bancC millionaire ,r shoemaker
Harry Karl: . w
"It Just came about naturally.
Msinie In Denver

AIi-II 'Mr 11 a ,,v

Allejpedicalion
DENvsia !:;(upV;'w-Dorn
Mamie Eisenhower flew home yes yesterday
terday yesterday ibr dedication of a park in
her -honor and a week's vacation
with "Mama,",Mrs. 'John v S.
Doud. v--yvi
The, nation'a first lady traveled
aboard the President's plane, Col Columbine
umbine Columbine in.'-- -v .. '.
It will mark Mrs. Eisenhowers
first visit of consequence to Col Colorado
orado Colorado since the President suffered
a heart attack at the Doud .resi .residence
dence .residence Sept. 24, 19SS, and eon-
valesced one month and a half
at Fitzsimons Army HospitL She
spent one hour here early last
f til wheih President Eisenhower
flew to. for a pre-electioa speech
at Republican RaUy.
Maj. en. Howard McC. Snyder,
White House physician, and. Mrs.
Mary Jane McCaffree, her person-
" al secretary, accompanied Mr.
Eisenhower on the flight along
with a small party of aides.
The White. House said Mrs. Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower plans to return to Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. Aug. S in time for the
etth, birthday of her son, Maj.
John Eisenhower. -"
If riuiilimn. .AnantAtl an f 71-

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vitation last week to attend dedi dedication
cation dedication ceremonies for the "Mamie
Doud Eisenhower Park"- in south
Denver, extended by Mrs.. ; Lee
Mattoon, president of the Wo Women's
men's Women's .Republican Club of Denver
and representing the combined

women's dub committee sponsor sponsoring
ing sponsoring tke event. '-'

Pkns to dedicate the 32 acre
recreation area in -1355 were dis disrupted
rupted disrupted by the (resident's heart
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1957

V PAGE FOUR
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
I ancli Otli
erwide
By Staffers
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Kevin Corigan Arrives
To Attend Conference
ii. Vo.Mn rnrriHn business

editor of Vision Magazine arrived

on the Isthmus yesieruay i
tend the Inter-American Highway

Congrerence. He will be a guesi
at El Panama during his weeks

StM Cnrriaan attended Canal

Zone schools from 1937 to 1939,

during which time on
stationed here with .the State De-
partment.
riannMar Barn ,p

T Mr. and Mrs. Starke

Mn and Mrs; tart a. aianie ui
Margarita announce the birth of
jk:. i.cf ohiiH rfauehter. Cas-

sandra Louise, on July 23 at Coco-

Solo Hospital. m .
Grandparents of the new baby
are Mr. and Mra. L. C. Foster of
Cincinnati, Ohio, and Mrs. Reva
Starke of St. Petersburg, Florida.
Newcomer' Club Meet

On Atlantic Side

The Newcomers" uud met ai
the home of Mrs. Arthur May

Pulliam as assisting hostess. Mr.
Albert Motta was the guest speak speaker
er speaker and he gave a very interesting
talk on ; "shopping around the

world."

A short business meeting was
h.u .nri thu fnllnwiiiff euests wore

introduced: Mesdames Mary Jane

Kavall. Audrey uarsi, sue uraw uraw-ley,
ley, uraw-ley, Joy Hagan, Anita Crowe, Rose Rosemary
mary Rosemary Bugas, Phyllis Stephens, Pi

ta Douglas ana miss aeuy uupiu.
The following new members were
ticA intrnrliM0fta Mpsdames Car-

roll Chaphe, Elizabeth Daughtery,
Kit McClean, and Kay Chichester.

Mrs. George Alagazin won im
door prize.
The next regular meeting will
tu at thi name of Mrs. John Tan

ner at Ft. Gulick, with Mrs. John
Seibert assisting, on Aug. 22. Mr.
J. W. Limkemann will be the guest
apeaker and will talk on "Travel

of Interest." The next, executive
board meeting will be on Aug. 20
at the home of Mrs. Jay Rusell

l r i, isavis.

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THE FORMER Mlsa Marlene Cerjack of Panama City.
F-MIRANDA-CERJACK MARRIAGE SOLEMNIZED
THIS MORNING AT CRISTO REY CHURCH
In a nuptial mass celebrated at six this morning at the
Church of Cristo Rey In Panama City, Miss Marlene Cerjack,
daughter of"Mrs. Rosario' A. Cerjack, became the bride of
Mr Victor F-Mirnda, son of Mrs. Sofia Gutierrex F-Mi-.'
randa. Th Rev. Father Felix Alvarado officiated at the
ceremony wedding were Mr. Carlos F.Miranda,
Mrs Sofia F-Miranda, Mr. and Mrs. Roberto Motta, Dr. Har Har-modio
modio Har-modio Arias,' Jr., and Mrs. Patricia Cerjack Arias; Mr. Jose

Camell, ana Miss jnargama ukum,

: Little Miss Maria Antonia Motta
earned the bride's train, and Mas Masters
ters Masters Harmodio Arias III and Ben Benjamin
jamin Benjamin Ortega Cucalon were ring ring-bearers.
bearers. ring-bearers. Mr. Klemente Dzevaltau Dzevaltau-skas
skas Dzevaltau-skas played the organ.
The bride's dress was a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful traditional gown of chiffon and
fine lace.
" Many friends and relatives ac accompanied
companied accompanied the young couple to
the Atlantic side, where they will
embark on a honeymoon trip to
lew York City.

Kiughttr Te Visit
r. and Mrs. Lockrldge
J Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Huls,
Jr., and their son Cary Graham
Jfill arive Saturday morning to
Spend two weeks with Mrs. Huls'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Lock Lock-ridge
ridge Lock-ridge of Ancon Blvd. f
Mn Hula ia thA tnrmer TTli7a-

In Hartford, Connecticut, where Mrs. Julio Miranda M

Mr. Huls is employed as a mecha- vid

nic at engineer for Pratt and Whit-

ney Awcrart u. i

all friends to come see them be

tween Aug. 4 ana Aug. n.
Isthmians Spending
Vacation In Beqoete
A nnt frntn Rnnnpto hrlnpt tho

news that the Panamonte Inn has

been i popular stop lor vacation vacationing
ing vacationing Isthmians lately.
Among the residents of Panama

City who have been guests at

th Tnn rprpntlv am Mr and Mra.

Vigo La r sen, daughter Sonia and

son trick; Mr. Henry uauagnan;
Mr. E. Power; and Mr. and Mrs.
Eusebio A. Gonzales.

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Swanson

from California were also register registered
ed registered at the Inn, as were Mr. and

irom ia-

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Mr. and Mrs. Welcetr

Have States Heuseguests

Mr. ana Mrs. Lucius van ueu ueu-sen
sen ueu-sen of Springfield,. Massachusetts,
arrived on the Ancon Monday and
will be the houseguests of Mr. and
Mrs. Roger Wolcott of Bella Vis Vista
ta Vista for about two weeks.

Mr. Wolcott is with the Point
Four Program. j

Travis-Washburn

Engagement Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Perry V. Travis
nnnnnrsi the onvaeement of their

daughter, Miss Louise Travis, to

2nd Lt. Kicnara K. wasnourn, son
nr Pnl ami Mn. I. B. Washburn

of Falls Church, Virginia, former

ly of Fort Amador, lanai zone.
MiSs Travis is a senior student
in the University of Texas and
belongs to Gamma Phi Beta soro sorority.
rity. sorority. . .

Lt. Washburn is a gramme, ot
West Point and is now in the Ar

my Aviation .School, Ft. Rucker,

Alabama.

The wedding oft the couple is
planned' for Aug. 13 in the First
Baptist Church of Seagoville, Texas.

Service Center Offers

Instruction In Bridge
Knorial instruction for would-be

hridira sharks is beinff offered free

of charge on Tuesday evenings at

7:30 at the usu-jwb Armea forc forces
es forces Service Center. Expert guidance
will be luDDlied by Mr. Harry

Friedland and Mr., John Adams;

the class is open to anyone who
uinuM lik to nick un a few noint-

ers. Cards and score pads are
furnished.

ElUn Ann RannU

Celebrates tlrthday
Miss Ellen Ann Rennie, daugh daughter
ter daughter of Capt. and Mrs. R. G. Ren Rennie
nie Rennie of Ancon, celebrated her six sixteenth
teenth sixteenth hirthriav la at Biffht with a

.dinner party at the Skychef.
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FISH V&z POULTRY,
VEGETABLES FRUITS. JUICES

BIROS EYE quick -frozen foods are furm furm-,t
,t furm-,t fresh and flavorsome. Grown exclusively
i fofBirdSjlEye,1 these 'rcady-lo-scrvc
. .uick-frozcnjBirds'Eyc foods arc care carefully
fully carefully 'selected, cleaned and packed lo.
meet top-grade U. S. Food Standards.

Enjoy your favorite fruits; vegetable,
fruit juices, fish ami poultry, all-year-'round
regardless of season..

Stock The Best; Get some today I

riosTiD -.fooi

COL. AND MRS. RICHARDSON SELEE and Mrs, Eduardo
Navarro announce the engagement and coming marriage of
their daughter Greta Cecilia Navarro to Charles, Waiter Hum Hummer,
mer, Hummer, Jtn son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hummer ot CocpU.
The wedding will take place on September 1 at Cristo Rey
Church in Panama. ,. '
Miss Navarro attended Balboa High School and graduated
from Mount St, Dominic at Caldwell, New Jersey he complet completed
ed completed her sophomore year at Maryvlle College, St. Louis, Missouri,
in June. ;
Mr. Summer is a student at the University of Notre Dame
Chemical Corporation in St. Louis. He will arrive on the Isth-i
In Indiana and is employed for the summer with the Mallin Mallin-krodt
krodt Mallin-krodt Chemical Corporation In St. Louis. He will arrive on the
Isthmus August 24 and will return with his bride September
d to resume his studies at Notre Dame. ; v'' v

CZ Council To Move j
To New Office At Diablo
The Canal Zone Council 801 of
the Boy Scouts of America will
move to new offices on the, see
ond floor of the Diablo Club Clubhouse
house Clubhouse Aug. 7, council officials
announced today.

A reulrement for additional

space was cited by council pres

ldent Brigadier Gen. George F

Schlatter as the reason for the

move from the council's present

otnee location on Amador Roan

In announcing the chanced

location of the office of the
council. Which is the-senior Boy

scout agency in tne canal zone,

it was stated that present teie

phone numbers would be the

same at the Diablo Clubhouse

offices as they were at Amador

Road In order to avoid dlsrup

tion of scout business conducted

with the Atlantic and Pacific

Districts and the various other
scouting organizations In the

area.

District, committee and troop

ornclals on both the Atlantic

and Pacific sides are requested

to advise their members of the

change in location of the Coun
cil office. ( i

New Mid-Week
Entertainment!-
VARIETY NIGHT
at El Panama
in the air-conditioned
BALBOA BAR
EVERY WEDNESDAY
at 10 p.m.

4 lively eels Id entertain you-
Awhlf you enjpy the' be drink values In town!
RODNEY HERON, tenor
RONCO AvESI.DA,''s!ng.r and dancer
HENRY JOSEPH, linger
ir ZICCY A ZACCY, entertaining Duo
Beginning: Tonight The BARON,
calypso singer-comedian Don Bryant,
will be m. c. and sing at the -Wednesday
Variety Night Show.

This Is NOT an amateur contest. Variety Night
brings you exciting new and carefully chosen
entertainment found in eur "Search for Talent

Our first Variety Night
was a tremendous success
Come tonight

Mm

A Klrktby Metal

BRANCH STORE ONLY
Tivoli Ave. No. 8
SPECIAL REORGANIZATION SALE
New items are offered eyery day
at U N EQUALLY LOW PRICES
DRESSES at Half Price

SHOES, including 'De Uo DeK

from $5.00 to $7.00
Girls Shorts and Dresses from. $1.00
Boys Suits ........... from 1.00
Boys Shirts 0.75
'- ALSO

Lifl'xerie, Bsthinj Soits, Sport Wear for Ladies,
Linea Tablecloths from $1.95.

Japan To Extend

Red China Trade;
Export List Upped

TOKYO (UP) Japan announced

today that she is expanding her

trade with Communist China.

Announcement that nine new

items including jeeps and freight
cars would be exportable by Aug.
1 came directly after communist
Chinese Premier Chou Enlai bit bitterly
terly bitterly criticized Japanese Premier
Nobusuke Kisbl. The New China

News agency subsequently broad

cast the criticism.

Peiping has recently reported
growing impatience with Japanese

delays in expansion of trade.

There has been consistent criti

cism in communist China's official

Peiping-Peoples Daily, and it has
ubee reported that Japanese
tradesmen may soon have to leave

Peiping. . s ...

Japanese foreign office sources
said that the announcement of new
exports was not a reaction to Red
China's ; complaints. ., There has
been considerable pressure,, how however,
ever, however, frqm Japanese businessmen,
who are InxiouS to." expand trade
with Red China.
The Reds have been especially
critical of Kishl because his gov government
ernment government insisted on fingerprinting

commercial envoys from Red
China and have denounced him

for "curving favor with his Amer American
ican American masters."

Ship Which Rammed
'Sydney Jlar'Here
On Vay To Japan

The Liberlan-f lag ship Agiol
Victores, which rammed into the
Sydney Star outside the Cristo
bal breakwater six weeks ago, Is

aue to arrive at Cristobal tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow from New Orleans. :j

Repairs to thirteen feet of the
bow of the 7,176-ton Libertv Libertv-type
type Libertv-type ship, crushed in the colli collision
sion collision on June 15, were made in
New Orleans, according to Pen Pen-ton
ton Pen-ton and Company, local aeents.

SLM "2wbvin' some 'fun;

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LT. GEN. ROBERT M. MONTAGUE (left), commander-in-chief
Caribbean" Command, presents the National Defense
Transportation Association charter to Col. Dick A.'Kmgv U.S.
Army Caribbean transportation officer and president of the
' Panama chapter, in ceremonies held during a recent meeting
of the association at the Fort Amador Officers! Open Mess.
. (US Army. Photo)

1

The above photo was taken recently when Holy Father grant
ed a special audience to a delegation from the PFAFF Sewing
Machine ; Company. Mr. Kieffer, Director and General Man
ager, and Mr. Llnd, Director, were among the delegates. The
others delegates shown in the photo are executives .of 1 the

Term

ing

Kanga

irooCourt

xJust A Game'

Redwood city. Calif. (UP)

A pair of young prisoners accused
nf murderinB a Cellmate in a

weird "kangaroo court'? execution

explained today they were "mere
ly ha vin' some fun,, man."
"I was lust a came, man,"

taid Jose Veitenheimer. 19. who

acted as "prosecutor" m last Fri

day's trial that resulted 24 hours
later in the strangling of Robert
Young, a 38-year-old machinist.
Veitenheimer was charged' Mon

day with; murder, along with Pan

Howard, 18, a narcotics user wno

has "bom to hate cops" tattooed

across his abdomen, and Vera C,

Williams. 20. .

The execution took place in a

cell In the San Mateo County jaiL

Young was serving a 10-day sen

tence for : vagrancy. The others

were in on various felony charc.es.

"You know, man, we were just

said Howard,

carrying lu.uu wns or coat ana who served as "judge in the

uvmm ir imymu. trial "We didn't mean to kill

After the accident, the entire

cargo of refrigerated beef from
the rammed ship Sydney Star:
was taken off the ship, part of,
the cargo was stored at Mount

Hope.

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Police Chief William Faulstich

said the three "have no more re

morse than if they'd killed a fly."
Three other men who acted as
"jurors" in the trial were Walter

White, 22, Alfred Martinez, 21, and
Ernest Lopez, 20. They said they
hid their faces under their blank

ets to avoid seeing Young get

strangled.
"It was terrible," Martinez said.
"It made me sick and I pulled
my blanket over my head."
Young incurred the hostility ,of
his cellmates apparently because
he considered them "criminals",
and' beneath his notice. On many
occasions, he did not reply to their
jibes. '. r
Coroner Paul B. Jensen suggest

ed that Young did not reply simp

ly because he was hard of bear bearing.
ing. bearing. His hearing aid was in the
jail safe with his other personal

effects. f

After being found guilty at his
"trial," Young'e cellmates strung
him to the top cell bar with a

blanket and pushed him otf a

bunk. His 170 ; pound

- ' -. i. i
ripped' the blanket. This was' Frii
day night.

During the next day, 1 deputies
said Veitenheimer eneaeed in

"baseball practice," hurling tin
cups at YoUng. .
On Saturday night Howard -and
Veitenheimer took turns choking"
Young while Williams held his
arms, deputies said. Then I hey
tried to make it look as .though
Young had committed suicide.
However, guards were suspicious
and. the story came to light Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, -..m,,, i

Wesf Germans Jail
Russian Speakirjg
PhfGrtAsp
KARLSRUHE, -GYrmanyj July
31 (UP) The West German Supreme-Court
convttted a Russian
speaking- telephone operator rof
treason today.. Shewn sentenced
to 14 months in prison for spying
for the Soviet UrJOn while work working
ing working for, the German: Embassy -in
MOSCOW.- --f..w iv'.-i'
Nadeschda, Karatzsch, 40, a Russian-born
German citizen,; worked
in the Embassy from August to
November of last year. She said
she previously had worked for' So Soviet
viet Soviet Intelligence between 1947 fend

jssz. :

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Dinosaur Eggs p.
Unearthed Whole
'PARIS," July 3l' (UD Nsfural Nsfural-ists
ists Nsfural-ists reported today thev had found

dinosaur eggs believed to be 100,-'
000 years old in Suuthert France.
Raymond Dughi of -the Aix-en-Provence
Museum of Natural His"
story reported he find to the
French Academy of Sciences. He

said the eggs measured about 6Vfc
inches In diameter, were ellipsoid
in shaoe and several dozen el

weight them- were unbroken. ' 1

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Mrs, McKeoWn Leaves
For Stateside Vacation

-Airs Ielen-McKeown ana? two

sop? -were -owner guesis ot
5 VaVii -Hiomnsorf of

boa' Sur

before thei ;depar-i

;OOH,
whAt
SPEED

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ture for the States on vacation. t.
: Other guests included' Mrs. Ag Agnes
nes Agnes Rankin and Misses Bonnie
Rankin ad Mickey Walker y
Mr. and" MrsDunscembe
Return from States
. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Dunscombe
and their daughter returned to

the Canal Zone Monday, after i a

vacation in the States, ..

Monday evening they were en

tertained with a dinner at the

home of Mr." and Mrs. Allen Mil

ier ot isaiDoa.

84t rMbafna Gty

1090 cs.. Colon
Telephones: t-3066 Panama
A 1063 Colon
PRESENTS v

Can, And Mrs. Montague

Honored At Dinner

The Ambassador of France in

Pnama and Mrs. Lionel Vasse

entertained Lt. Gen. and Mrs. Rob

ert JVI. r Montague of Quarry

Heights witti a dinner in their hon

or at, the French Embassy 'in La

l;resta last night. A group of their

friends attended the dinner.

Lt. Gen. Montaeue is Comman

der in thiei of the Caribbean Com

mand, united States Army.

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Each notice for Incluiion ia thu

column should be submitted m
type-written form and mailed ee

the bos number listed daily In 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
by hand to the office. Notices of

meetings cannot be accepted by
telephone.
Success Club
To Moot Friday

All officers and members of the
Success Social and Sporting Club

are requested to attend a special
meeting to be held at the regular

meeting place on rnday at the u

sual time.

United Health Group

Meets In Chorillo '

The first semi-monthly meeting

of the United Health and Welfare

Scheme of -Panama will .be held
this Friday at the Bible Truth

Church of God, 8-60 West :.. zeth

Street, ChorrUlo, -for the transac
tion of the following business!

1. Receiving of new and rein.

stated members. 4 f

2. Report on the proposed an.

nual thanksgiving service. 1

3. Paying of final cash benefits

to the beneficiaries of the late Ju

lian Games, Dora Dascent, Caai.
mira Martinez and Joseph Alleyne.

4. Receiving tof .membership

dues.. 1

' At Si customary tollectfon ef

membership duet outside of meet

ing will be done at the regular

stations to accomodate all mem

bera paying their dus this Thurs

day morning beginning at 1:15.

'Rainmaker' Opens

Al Clayton Tonight,
Runs 4 Evenings

"The Rainmaker opens this

evening at Jadwin Hall, Port

Clayton and will run four nights

thu week. curtain tame la 8

p.m.. and tickets are available

at the box office.

1
Charles Walsh, the director.

heads the list of persons respon

sible for this production of "The
Rainmaker." His most recent

appearance on the Canal Zone

stage was in "Desperate Hours'
at the Theater Guild.

Ron Harper, who Is featured

as 'The Rainmaker." is no

stranger to 'local theater au

diences. He has appeared In
"Detective Story," "An Inspector

Calls," "Bus Stop," and "Picnic

at the Theater Guild. . -1

John Aniston. in the support.

ins; role of Noan Curry, is an another
other another familiar name in the cast
He Is most recently remembered

as the director of "picnic" at

the Theater Guild.

These are only three of the

names connected with the cur

rent Caribbean Players. The rest

of the cast or "The Rainmaker"
ranges in experience from a pro professional
fessional professional magician to a stage
manager for some of the hit
shows at the Guild.'

The Caribbean Players Is made

on of personnel from all thdree

armed services and U.S. covern-

fment employes. Tne. basic Pur

gooa tneater to tne miuury
community. For this reason the
general price of admission is
one dollar, while tickets for en-i

listed personnel and their de-

pendents is SO cents.

Today, Wednesday, July 31
t.ML 1
4:00 Feature Review

4:30 What's Ypur Favorite (re
, quests taken by phone

, tiU3:00) ,
:S0 Newa 1

5:35- What's Your F i 1 6 1 1 1

.(cont'd)
8:00 Interlude t 'j
tarv IWRUL)

1:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

' : REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Interlude v
7:00 Guilty Party
7:30 Musicland USA
8:00 Proudly We Hall
8:30 Musical Theater

8:00 You Asked For It (re

quests taken by phont

tUl 7:30) -

10:30 Cavalcade Of America

11:00 Jaza Till Midnight
12:00 Sign Off.

Tomorrow, Thursday, Aug.

6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
. club (requests taken

, by phone' till 7:00)
7:30 Mornine Salon Concert

:15 ChUrch In Thtf'Wildwood

6:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 As I See It

10:00 News

10:0' Spins and Needles (re-

quests taKen by pnone

mi a.ivr

11:00 News

11:05 Spins And Ntedles

(cont'd)

11:30 Meet The entertainer
12:00 News r

12:05 Musical Travelog

12:30 Sweet And Hot

1:00 News
l: 15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The pioneers
l;45 Spirit Of The'Vikings

2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show

3:30-t-Much-B 1 n d 1 n g-In-The

' Marsb :-''-'"

3:00 Hank Snow And His

-Rainbow Ranch Bovs

3:15 Sammy Kaye Show

3:30 Musle For Thursday

4:00 Feature Review

4:30 What's Your Favorite (re

quests taken by.phonr
tiU 3:00)

1:30 News

:35 What's Your f a Tori t

00i-lnterlude

:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORT

REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
30 Interlude
00 Goon Show .

T:30 VOA Report from TJ.8J.

8:00 Elizabethan Theater

6:30 Take It From Here
9:00 You Asked For it (re.

quests taken by phosr

10:30 Music From Hotel XI pan.

10:45 Temple Of Dreams

ll;00 Concert Under The Stars

ia:oo ign on. 1

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COL. MERLE C. BOWSKY .'(right) rV.8.r Army Caribbean signal
officer, swears in Sfc. James J. Elder as, a second lieutenant in
the Reserve. Elder is a radio repair instructor at the U.S. Ar Army
my Army Cailbbean School at lort Gullck. -' (U.S Army Phpto)

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COL. F. J. TATE (right), director,' Inter American Geodetic
Survey, Fort Clayton, presents master sergeant stripes .to Sfc.
Leon R. Gray 'upon the latter's promotion to that rank, in cer ceremonies
emonies ceremonies held in Tate's offices recently. Gray is assigned to
supply and maintenance division-of IAGS, Panama Air De Depot
pot Depot (PAD) Area, Albrook Air Force Base. ... (US Army Photo)

Rock N' Roll Fadeout
Seen By Georgia Gibbs

By DICK KLEIN!

hilnercPlan

ish Fry, Dance

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swns CHOCOUTl FUVOVt

The workina units of Abou

Saad Shrine Temple will spon-
ij a a a.

or 114 August social event ac according
cording according to H. Vance Howard the
new Director of Abou -Saad

Shrine Temple. The event which

is a fish fry and dance Is sched

uled ror Aug. 3 at the Ancon
Masonic Temple. The affair Is
open to all Shriners' and their
Masonic friends and will start at

7 p.m. with the fish fry. Dane.

ing Is scheduled to begin at 8

and continue until mid-night.

Tne music will be ,lurnunea

gan and his orchestra, and Spot

by Lucno Azcarraga his organ

and his orchestra, and Spot

prizes and other Interesting gifts
are In ator for thou vhn at.

tend. Sport shirts will be the or

oer of tne day and mixes will be

walTaK1 1

;... , I amaii iiiwiuii type
H. Vance Howard, the nw M. trend.t moment. It's too early

rector of Abou Saad Temple. Is 10 f"J? irn'

1 afolr i waicning. 00 iar, m me .jaiacue

Knur YORK -UNEA) Rock

and-roll was followed by calypso.

Then it came backViWW n may
h. fnllowed bv eollapso. At least

h.r. am rartaln SlEnS Of it,

Kniiit of tha siens have been not

ed by the astute aign-aoier, wor

gia Clbbs.
"I go by my niece," says the
effervescent Georgia. "She's 15

nrf .h i ho. WalL I close my

TV show with a lovely little Scotch

song, "wm foa mo vuui
Mv niece said she liked it. I think

it's the first slow song she's ever
liked in her life."
That is a sign that either shows

that rock-and-roll is going out or

else that Georgia Gibb's niece is
growing up.
; Another sign Miss Gibbs has per perceived
ceived perceived ia that rock-a-billy that's

the country-style rock-and-roll is

more melodic than straight r-ana-r.
A third clan is that seme, bal

lad pretty ballad ere unac unaccountably
countably unaccountably popular today. One is

"Around the World." Another- is

the now eno, "Fascination."

I sana in Wildwood. N. J., a

few' weeka ago," says Georgia.
"That's a red-hot record town.
The song I did that got the most
applause was 'Around the
World.'
The result of all these signs is
that ,at her next record session,

Georgia Gibbs will record a ballad

for the first time in her record

career. (Except. on albums, of

course.)

- She's been singing some on her

TV show, which is giving her the

first chance to shew the vast au

dience that she can do something
besides jump tunes. She's-always

sung ballade in person, but never

on XV before this summer.

All this makes it seem that the

trend is changing-That's one thing

about trends; hang around Jong

enough and there U be a new one.

Georgia Gibbs-

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Today's hand is a Mttl pp

The contract was a : humdrum

three spades but East and West

put up a defense- that had de declarer
clarer declarer talking- to himself when
the hand wasrover. v

Wist opened ills sintleton kini

of heatrs and shifted to his

fourth best diamond. East won
dummy's king with the ace. The
play of the ace and another

heart would have tempted most

piayers out East was too smart
for that play which would have
given declarer his contract.

insteatf, East laid down his

queen of diamonds. South ruffed,

piayea wie ace 01 spaaes and led

second spade to dummy's king.
The queen of clubs was his

next lead. When it held he con

tinued wjth the Jack of clubs
which held also.

The-three of hearts Dlav ramp

next. East played the nine,
South the jack and West dis

carded a low diamond. This was

declarer's last gasp. If West had
ruffed he would have had to lead

diamond or a club. A diamond

lead would allow South to trumn

in dummy and discard a heart,
while a club lead would estab

lish dummy's fourth club while

he still held the eight of spades

as an entry.

as lt was, south had no wav

to avoid losinr two hearts and a

trump. The defense already had
won the -first two tricks and 'de 'declarer
clarer 'declarer was down one.

Mighty good bridge.

THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL:
AN INTERESTING
SELECTION OF TOYS
TELEPHONES TEDDY BEARS
DOGS SHOE SHINE BOXES
CLEANING SETS and many others.
Prices DRASTICALLY SLASHED!
MORRISON'S
OPPOSITE THE ANCON P. O.

Bouie Aldea

little, heavy, she studied" singing

Somebody heard her and now sne's

a protesionai. ine only tning sne

hasn't yet done is acrobatic tap

dancing. Give her time.

DICK'S PICKS: The lovely bal

lad. "Fascination," has two' fine

recordings, by Dinah Shore (RCA)

and Jan Moraan iKanni. Othera

"The 3:10 To Yuma'' (F rankle

Lain. Columbia); "No Huhu

(Rutty Draper, Mercury);, "Don't
Tell Me Your Troubles" I Jimmy

Bowan,. Roulette); "Flim Flam

Floo" H Kay Starr, RCA); "My

Love Is Real" (Marvlnwo
tor, MGM); "La Pense" (Us Sax

tor. Capitol): "Good Nite" (Jo

Stafford and Vic Damone, Colum-

oia); "The Happy Cobbler" (Hu-

go WintortMltor. RCA): "Am

Blue" (Eddie Cochran. Liberty).

In charge of the affair.

Tickets are available from

him or other members 1 ef the

working units.

USO-JWB Offering

Free instruction
For Bridge Sharks

' iToe those would-be bridge
sharks, special Instruction Is of offered
fered offered free-of-cbarge on Tuesday

evenings at 7:30 p.m. at the
USO-JWB Armed Forces Service

Center. Expert Instruction under

the guidance of Harry Friedland

ana John Adams guarantees

success ana pleasure in tne
game. -

For those who just like to plav

and would perhaps liketo pick

up a zew pointers, the class la

open. j

Cards, score pads. etc. are fur

nished. ,.,

Vniitarv personnrt and their

dependent', as well as those in interested,
terested, interested, from the Canal Zone

and Panama are cordially In Invited
vited Invited to Join the bridge class. i

Ambassador Rankin

Due For Recall
From Formosa Soon

. TAIPEI. Formosa. July 11 fCT)

Karl Rankin, U, U. S. Ambas

sador, to Nationalist China for
nearly seven years, will be .trans

ferred ia September, authoritative

sources said today. ;

Transfer ef the veteraa diplo

mat nas teea rumored here amce

Democratic Sens. A. S. Mike Moe-

roney of Oklahoma and Albert
Gore of Tennesson charged last

year uat be was "aiding and
abetting" President 1 Chiang Kai Kai-shek's
shek's Kai-shek's desire to attack the China

mainland. .-
Sanklo feat 'spent the majority
of his 30 years in government
work ia Europe rnd the Near
East. He was ia the Philippines
wbea Japan attacked. Peal Harbor
and spent 22 months- ss a Japan-'
ese prisoner. 1

of Aa Isand' recorded by Tony
Bonnott and Tonnossoe Imio Ford

and "No Huha," done by Rusty
Draper are the leaders,
It la Inevitable that this trend,
if it develops, will be called rock-a-hula.
From now on, every new

trend will have the "rock-a", pre prefix.
fix. prefix. If waltzes come back, three-to-on
they call "them rock-a-schmahx.
. K ,..

Porhape you've hoard a' aew

Ronlette album called "Charlee-

toa."Jt features the voice of a gal
named Bonnie AMon, and she's got
aa excitiag voice and does the
bouncy old songs with a lot of hi hi-fi
fi hi-fi spice. ;
Her asms, undoubtedly, means
nothing to the average record fan.
But it's a name that means some

thing slong Broadway.

Bonnie Alden used to be a pro producer.
ducer. producer. She started out as, an ac

tress, appearing oa Broadway in

Jennie Kissed Me" with Leo G.

CarolL. She did a. lot. of TV work

usually cast, for some unknown

reason, as a gun molk Then she

became aa agent 'and personal

manager and, finally, was co-pro

ducer of "Late Love, which star-
red Arleae Francis. '.-''' I

She .ouit show business to cet'

married. 2nd, with time tanging a Tj

Top pop singers on new albums

1 Johnny Mathis, Just coming into

on own, nas B' line collection m

"Wonderful, Wonderful" ... (Colum

bia); "The Flying Platters" show

oa. Mercury's top rock-and roll

group; Jorry Lewis does it again

on Mecca's "More Jerry Lewis:

Roy Hamilton is back, as good as
ever, on Epic's -"The- Golden
Boy;" Sarah Vauohan ia creat. aa

usuai, on ner new Mercury album
of George Gershwin songs.'

A fe more summer weieht elaa-

sicat releases Fiedler and rho

Boston Pope nlav Rossini's 4,WU-

uam Tell overture," Rimsky-Kor-sakoff's
"Le Coq d "Or" suite and

Tchautovsky's "March Slav"

(RCA); pianist Robert Casadesuar

with Mrtropowlos and the Philharmonic-Symphony
. Orchestra of
New York, plays ,De Falla's
"Nights In the Gardena of Spain"
(Columbia); Munch and the arrinaa

of the Boston Symphony play Tcha Tchaikovsky's
ikovsky's Tchaikovsky's "Serenade For Strinea"

(RCA). .

Scientists Eye

Hen That Lays

3 Eggs Daily
NEW BRUNSWIC, N.J. July 81
(UP) A Leghorn hen was
watched today at the Rugers
University poultry department
to see whether it will continue
Its record of laying 18 eggs In
six days.
A department spokesman said
the hen was turned over to the
school by ohn DeLaporte, a poul poultry
try poultry farmer who said the hen be began
gan began to produce its eggs after

beine; dunked in cold water dur

ing last week's hot sDell.
DeLaporte said he Isolated the

hen from the other chickens as

lt was recovering its strength. It

began its incredible production
oni July 23.

3 Graduates Given

Diplomas At Poro
Three younsr women received

diplomas on Friday night from

the Gladys Phillips and Nora
Agatha Treleaven Poro School of

Beauty Culture, at the Banana

Stevedore society hall.
Presentation of diplomas was

made : by Mrs. Muriel Brown,
while the address, to the grad graduates'
uates' graduates' was given by Mrs. Gladys
McPherson, treasurer of the
Poro (Hairdressers) Club of

Rainbow City.- The graduates
presented gifts to their teachers.
Mrs. Claris Arthur, community
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WEDNESDAY, JULY flr M5j
Eisenhower Joins' -lii
Dick.. Donovan'
Praise
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President Watches 'Hottest'
Hurler In 3-Hit Performance
Fifth International Fishing
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By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, July 31 (UP) President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower picked a fine night to watch a ball game and
he wound up joining in the praise of the "hottest"
pitcher in the majors at the moment Dick Donovan
of the Chicago White Sox.

, The President, making his first
mid-season appearance at a Base
ball game last night since last
: Aug. 31, commented appreciative-
i ly to aides on Donovan s brilliant
i three-hit pitching as the White sox
'v right-hander heat the Senators 7-1,
t' Washington.
Donovan, who didn't walk a bat batter
ter batter in breezing to his 11th victory,
has given up a tots.1 of eight hits
in his last turee games. His two
previous efforts before last night
were a one-nitter against the Red
Sox on July 20 and a four-hitter
against the Yankees last Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Not only did the President wit wit-nest
nest wit-nest tome fine Dirchmg, but also
iomt long ball clouting as Lar Larry
ry Larry Ooby and Minnio Minoso
each walloped a pair of homors
to keep he White Sox within
three games of first place. Roy
Sievers, who col'octed two of
,. Washington's hits, alto homered.
X In other American League
ngajnes, the Yankees helped Casey
(Stengel celebrate his birthday with
a 10-4 victory over the Athletics;
Boston blanked Detroit, 4-0, and
Cleveland licked Baltimore, 6-0.
The Milwaukee Braves clung to
tiieir half game lead in the JNa
tional League race with a 5-2 deci decision
sion decision over the Pirstcs: the Cardi
nals topped the Giants, 7-3: Phi
ladelphia defeated Cincinnati, 8-5,
and the Cubs .split doubleheader
i with the Dodgers, Brooklyn win
ding the opener. 1-0, and Chicago
' the nightcap. 4-3.
. Yogi Berra drove in four runs
with four hits, including a homer,
.to pace a 16-hit attack that gave
the Yankees their 14th victory in
15 meetings with Kansas City this
season. Southpaw Whitey Ford
wasn't nearly at his best, giving
up 13 hits, including a homer by
Billy Martin, but he hung in there
for the distance to post his sixth
triumph.
Bob fortorfiold of the Rod
Sex turned ack the Tigers on
four hits while Jackie,. Jensen
drove in three of Boston's four
.runs with a homer and a single.
8 Tod- William rapped out thrao
'"hits to boost his batting average
to .384. Prank Lary suffered his
seventh straight lost end 14th
df the year.
Hight-hanapr John Cray, recall recalled
ed recalled from San Diego of the Pacific
- Coast League, pitched a three:hit three:hit-ter
ter three:hit-ter for Cleveland in extending Bal Bal--
- Bal-- timore's string of scoreless innings
to 23. The Indians got to Billy Loes
for fe run in the first inning on
singles by Al Smith, Gene Wood Wood-hag
hag Wood-hag and Vic Wertz, then rallied
fat their last five runs in the
ninth.
The Braves scored their first
three runs with the aid of two Pir Pirate
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Burdette yielded a first inning
homer to Gene ireese and Pitts
burgh couldn't score again until
the eighth. Johnny Logan drove
in two of Milwaukee's runs.
Pinch hitter Joe Cunningham
smashed a grand-slam home run
off Rubon Gomez in the ninth to
snap a 34 tie and give the Cards
a victory that kept them within
a half game of Milwaukee. Lar Larry
ry Larry Jackson registered hit 12th
victory afttr relieving Lindy Me Me-Dani
Dani Me-Dani in the ninth when the
Giants threatened.
Thirty-eight year-old Ron Nor Nor-they,
they, Nor-they, back in a Phillies' uniform
for the first time in 10 years, deliv delivered
ered delivered a pinch, two-run homer in
the eighth inning oli Hersh Free
man and that was the Diow tnat
beat Cincinnati. Home runs by
Frank Robinson, Smoky Burgess
and Don rioak nelped the Redicgs
to a 5-3 lead but Stan Lopata led
Oif the eighth with a homer, Rip
Repulski -singled and Northey did
the rest. The Phils added two runs
in the ninth to insure the victory
for reliever Bob Miller.
The Dodgers won their opener
from the Cubs when Carl Funllo's
sacrifice fly scoi".d Duke Snider
with the only run of the game in
the fourth inning. Sal Maglie was
the winner with eight-inning relief
from Clem La bine. Loser mot
Drabowskv had 11 strikeouts.
Bob Speake's eighth-inning hom homer
er homer proved the margin of victory
for Chicago in the second game.
Lee Walls also homered for the
Cubs while Charne Neal and Ed
mundo Amoros connected for the
Dodgers.
Golfer Discovers
It's Just As Tough
To LeeJ Throughout
DETROIT (UP) Blende Mickey
Wright of Chula Vista, Cam
twice this season has come up
with hair-raising last-day rallies to
win goll tournaments ana suuuay
the discovered it's just as tough
to take top prize when you lead
most of the way.
"I reallv worked hard out there"
the lean 5-foot, 9-inch champion of
the Wolverine Ladies Open said
I was in the last threesome and
I knew Wiffi Smith was burning
up the course.
Miss Wright carried a two two-stroke
stroke two-stroke lead into Sunday's play,
shooting steady, sub-par golf. She
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Aaron, Mil. ; 97 40f 78
Musial, St. lu 97 379 61
Groat, Pits- 74 30Z 34
Mays, N. Y. 98 368 70
Fondy, Pitts. 86 343 42
Robinson, Cinci 94 382 66
Schoendienst.M 97 416 54
Thomas, Pitt 99 401 49
Hodges, Bk'n. 93 358 54
Moryn, Chi, 92 342 46
American League
Williams, Bos. 91 305 73
Mantle, N.Y. 97 323 91
Boyd, Bait. 94 310 52
Fox, Chi. 98 381 61
Skowron, N.Y. 85 317 47
Wertz, Clee. 96 334 54
Minoso, Chi. 9 362 55
McDougald,
N.Y. 88 337 61
Lopei, K. C 74 241 36
H PCT
136 .340
126 ;332
100 .331
117 .318
109 .318
121 .317
131 .313
123 .307
110' .307
105 .307
117 .384
115 356
102 .329
125 .327
102 .322
103 .308
111 .307
102 .303
79 .303
120 .302
Malzone, Bos. 97 397 44
HOME RUNS
National Legu
AarOn, Braves
Snider, Dodgers
Crowe, Redlegs
Musial, Cards
Banks, Cubs
30
24
23
22
21
American Ltaguo
Williams, Red Sox
Mantle, Yanks
Sievers, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Maxwell, Tigers
29
27
26
19
19
RUNS BATTED IN
National League
Aaron, Braves
Musial, Cards
Crowe, Redlegs
Enms, Cards
Hoak, Redlegs
80
78
69
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American League
Sievers, Senators
Mantle, Yanks
Wertz, Indians
Jensen, Red Sox
Skowron, Yanks
73
73
72
69
69
PITCHING
(Bated on 10 drciiiont)
W L Pet.
Schmidt, Cards 9 1 .900
Sanford, Phils 14 3 .824
Bunning, Tigers 12 3 .800
Donovan. White Sox 11 3 .786
Grim, Yankt 10 3 .769
PGA Committee
Names Ryder Cup
Representatives
DUNEDIN. Fla. (UPV-Nine of
the nation s top prolessional gou
ers will represent the United
States at the annual Ryder Cup
matches in Yorkshire. England,
Oct, 4-5, but Dr. Ctry Middlecoff
and Jimmy Demaret will not be
among them.
The PGA Executive Committee
Monday named tt members of
the 1957 U.S. team: Jack Burke
Jr.. Tommy Bolt. Dow Finster-
wald, Doug Ford, Ed Furgol, Li
onel Hebert, Ted Kroll, Dick May
er and Art Wall Jr.
PGA President Harry Moffitt
said Middlecoff and Demaret are
not eligible because of a rule
which reauires that golfers partic
ipate in the last two PGA cham
pionships to te eugiDie ior me
Ryder Cup team. Neither Middle Middlecoff
coff Middlecoff nor Demaret played in this
year's championship.
Middlecoff did not enter and
Demaret cancelled out at the last
minute because, he said, 38 holes
in one day is just too much for
me."
Both would have made the team
on a point basis in cup standings.
gies overall for a 70-74-70-70284,
the third lowest score for 72 holes
ever recorded by a woman.
But Mia Smith, the gallery's
favorite, blistered the Locbmoer
Club course with a record 68 on
the final round seven under wom
en's par and four under men s.
The 68 gave the zo-year-oia
Miss Smith of nearby St. Clair a
74-72-73-68287 final score.
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Baseman Eddie Kasko of the St
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Cavaliers, Flyers Win

As Clayton Maintains
PAAF Basketball Lead

Monday night's Panama Area
Armed Forces League basketball
action saw the f ort Clayton cava cavaliers
liers cavaliers maintain their 1 1-2 game lead
over the Albrook AFB Flyers with
an 80-64 win over the third place
Fort Kobbe Regulars. Albrook had
a rough time keeping pace with
the leader as the Fort Amador
Troopers forced them into- an ov
ertime before the Flyers could
come tip with an 83-81 win.
At -Reeder gymnasium Clayton
broke loose for 54 last halt points
to pull away from the scrappy Reg
ular crew. i
Trailing 29-26 at, the intermission.
the Cavaliers, paced by guard
Dick Gleason and forward Vern
Clemons, outscored the Regulars
27-17 in the third stanza to grab
a 53-46 lead.
With center Andy McCullough
and forward Dick Hill leading the
way the Kobbe five closed the de
ficit to four points as the final pe
riod got underway. Then Gleason,
Clemons and guard Bill Jankovich
began another Clayton assault of
the basket to enable the Cava to
pull away.
Clemons was nigh man lor the
winners with 25 points, followed by
Gleason and Jankovich with 16 and
10 tallies respectively.

Local Sports Car Club Grows;

Rallies Promote
Last Sundsy a -tlanned road
eourse competition took place aa
the sixth monthly event sponsored
br-the Isthmian Sports Car Club
since its organization and charter
in December ol 1956.
The first-event -early In March
1957 was a rally starting at Mar Margarita
garita Margarita -and finishing at the beach
near Fort ao Lorenzo, The course
featured such things as hidden
check, voints. oil checks and li
cense checks. Joseph T.. Grills
drivine a 1957 Fiat 1190 T.V. Road
ster took first place and Frank
Kremaer driving a 1953.HiUman
took second place. .-
On March 31 the club moved to
the Pacific Side with the Empire
Range Rally. Cars started, from
Cocoli V.F.W; and finished at the
site of the Culebra construction
day settlement. S.H. Dare driving
a 1956 if G A took first place.
Charles Ashley driving a 1951
Plymouth tooa second place and
Joseph T. Grills in a 1957 Fiat 1100
TV Roadster took third place.
In April a- circuit race- was held
at Pacora airstriv" This was plan planned
ned planned and set up by David Allen and
Frank Kremser assisted by several
members of the club David Allen,
driving a 1955 Porsche, took first
place. Clifford Caldwell driving a
Jaguar, took second place mad Wil William
liam William Brows, ia a 1957 Plymouth
Bhredere. took third place. .j
The next eremV a gymkhana,
was held at the Cbame airstrip oa
Msy 19. The coots plan was aub aub-mitted
mitted aub-mitted by Klsus Kk'ischreaim and
odjui2 waa dose by club mem members.
bers. members. First prize ve&t to Bod Wei-:
sbaar driving a 1848 MG TC. See See-eed
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Louis Cardinals five way to
The result was this four-star f
McCullough paced' the Regular
attack with 10 buckets and. seven
charity tosses for 27: points, high
for the game. Hill accounted' for
16 Kobbe markers with six field
goals and four free throws.
At the Amador gym Albrook
guard Emmett IBryant fired in : a
30 foot jump shot with about five
seconds left in the overtime, pe period
riod period to salvage the win for the
Flyer five.
Paced by, Mike Rivera and
Herm Daniel, with eight and sev
en points respectively, the Ama
dor quintet overcame a 64-55 third
stanza deficit to knot the game at
75-75 at the end of regulation play.
Rivera canned five points in the
overtime session including a buck
et that tied the score1 at 81 apiece
with less than 15 seconds left, but
Bryant came through with his
clutch basket to hand the Troopers
their 15th straight loss.
Bryant was high man for Al.
brook with 27 points. Center Lloyd
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Rivera of the Troopers was the
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Daniel nit for 23 markers and for
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Grills In his 1957 Fiat 1100 TV
Roadster. John Snively, ,in a 1957
Fiat 1100- TV Sportster, and Wil William
liam William Brown, in his 3S57 Plymouth
Belvedere, tied for third place.
On June 29 and 30 a week-end
event for the club was held.
Saturday morning all partici participants
pants participants met at Cocou Club House,
and then -proceeded, to the Santa
Clara Casino, There the rally, a
cross-country straight ahead type,
started. The finish line was in
Chitre. .
Frank Negron driving a Morris
Oxford took first place. Don Lewis
in his 1956 MGA took second prize
and 6ud Weishaar, this time in a
1055 Alfa Romeo,- took third prize.
The group spent the night in Chi Chitre.
tre. Chitre. '
On Sunday, the cars started out
from Chitre for Ocu. The road out
as far aa Pese was fairly good.
From Pese on the going was very
rough. The road had, very evi evidently,
dently, evidently, not been travelled recently
by much more than the sturdy ox oxcart.
cart. oxcart. After sevenh miles of rough
riding, mud holes, water rock and
the Lke, even the most enthusias enthusiastic
tic enthusiastic was willing to turn around and
return to Pese and from Pese to
Panama City. j
A closed course race was organ-j
Ized and planned by Frank Krem Kremser
ser Kremser for July 28. Preceding the
race a full safety check was done
on al) entrys. David Allen, in his
1955 Porsche, took first place, a a-gain
gain a-gain proving the Porsche a leader
ia competition. Second prize went
to Gordon Sparks, driving a 1953
Jaguar 120. Don Levis took third
prize with a 1956 MGA.. .1
The organization is sU young.

Aquilino Vallarino, president of

tne fanama Kod and Keel Club,
has released the results of the
first half of the fifth Internation
al Marlin and Saulish ourna-
ment, according to the entry cards
which have been turned in to
date.
The tournament started on July
la and win run until Aug.. 16. A
nyone may inscribe in the tourna
ment at the Club headquarters at
Hotel EI Panama and fish for as
long or short a time as he wish-
68
. Black Marlin
ls.t place '80 lb. test 384
Dr. Tracy Haverfield
1st place Unlimited 440 lbs.
Col. Frank Miller I
Other Marlin
Unlimited 251 lb. Pacific Blue
Col, T. J. Emmett
Sailfish
1st Place V12 lb. test 159 lb.
J. Frank Baxter
2nd place 12 lb. test 109
lb. Gabriel Jurado V
let nlona On IK tuct 117 IK
V Anne Christiansen
2nd place 20 lb: test 104
Jb. Dr. Tracy Haverfield
1st place 30 lb. test 125
lb. John Simmons
2nd place 30 ib. test 120
ID. Charles i Heiiniy Jr.
1st place 5o lb. test 147 lb.
Medicus D. Rentz.
2nd place 50 lb. test 144
lb. E. S. Corlett III
First place Ljdies t- 117 lb.
Anne Christiauen
Second place Ladies 101 lb.
Marta Helphen
. Dolphin ,i
12 lb. class 28 lbs. Charles
Fi fielmly Jr. v
M lb., claSs 34 lbs..-Babrlel
Jurado.
30 lb. class 20 lbs. Marta
Halphen
Amberiack h i -Unlimited
47 lb. Hen Mid-
dleton . r
The tournament committee tasks
that ehtry cards notalreadyturh-
ed in be turned in aa son as pos possible.'
sible.' possible.' -ft
Pele Rademachsr
'Tickled lo Dealh
Over Palferson Win
COLUMBUS. Ga.. (UP) Pete
Rademacber, the Olympic amateur
boxing champion who is scheduled
to fight Floyd Patterson tor. -tne
heavyweight title Aug. 22, said to today
day today he was "tickled to death" with
the champion s victory over xom
mv Hurricane Jackson, .-.t
Rademacher viewed the fight on
television here Monday night with
his trainer, George Chemeres, and
Columbus businessman Mike Jen Jennings,
nings, Jennings, who drummed up 1250,000
to get the Olympic boxer a title
shot.-' :;:.''- Vs
"Chamo. you're to now," Chenl
erea told Rademacher after Pat
terson scored' a decisive technical
knockbut victory over Jackson.
"You set the pace and I'll do
the work," Pete replied. :
Chemeres said, Rademacher
"had smiles all over his lace af after
ter after the fight Now he's realty rea ready
dy ready to go tO WOrk." : ; M'
Rademacher, who has never
gone more than, three rounds in a
single fight, has been in training
near here for more man a monin.
Hia Am?. 22 bout with Patterson in
Seattle was contingent on the
champ's beating Jackson.
Jennings said he thinks Patter Patterson
son Patterson is a great fighter but added
that the champion will "meet a
greater fighter Aug. 22.'
but each' event hat proven a suc-
cess ana memoersaip i airauuj
growing. An interest in sport cars
is all that is recquired for mem
bership. Business meetings take
place on tne secona rnaay eacn
month. Time and place are pub published
lished published a few days prior to each
meeting. ''
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national League
Teams
Milwauke
St, Louis
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
cincinnau ?
New York
Pittsburgh.
uncago-
-Today's Games w
Brooklyn at Chicago (2)
New York at St. Louis (N)
Philadelphia at Cincinnati (N)
Pittsburgh at -Milwaukee (N)
Yesterday's Results i
(First Game)
Brooklyn 000 100 000-1 5 2
Chicago ;,- 000 000 0000 6 1
Maghe (5-3). Labine and Cam-
panella.
Drabowsky (6-10), Drott and Nee-
man.
(Second Game)
Brooklyn- 000 200 001 S 7 0
Chicago ' Oil Old Olx 4 i 9 2
Newcombe (99), Koufax and
Walker.
Hillman (2-7), Drott, Elston and
f anning, v
(Nloht Game)
New York 000 300 0003 10 1
St. LOUIS 000 120 0047 11 0
Gomez (11-9) and Thomas. Wes Wes-trum.
trum. Wes-trum. L. McDaniel, Jackson (12-5) and
Landrith.
(Night Game), v
Philadelphia 201 000 032 12 0
Cincinnati 020 003 0005 7 1
Hacker, Morehead, Meyer, Mil Miller
ler Miller (2-3) and Lopata, Lonnett.
Nuxhall, Freeman (5-2), Gross
and Burgess.:-1: ,,., ......
(Night Game)
Pittsburgh. ; 100 000 0102 5 2
Milwaukee 010 111 lOx 5 9 0
Powells Stop
Cristobal Whips
STANDINGS
AtlSntia Basketball Leaaua
W L PCT
Alumni 91 .750
Powells .500
Cristobal 5 7 .417
Working ffioys 4 S .333
r
Monday's Results
Powells 66 Alumni 61
Cristobal 55 Working Boys 44
" Tonight's Games
Powells' vs. Working Boysyv
Alumni vs. Cristobal
By TREVOR SIMONS
Their 8oaL a 1957 Atlantic Bas
ketball championship; nearly in
sightr the Alumni quintet got set
back Monday mgnt wnen iney
dronned their third decision of the
year, a 66 to 61 victory for Powells.
It was the first time this year that
Powells have been able to defeat
the league leaders and completes
the circuit with each of the other
three competing teams having de
feated the Alumni once
Billy Gibson, the youngest if the
Gibson clan of Dasketoaiiers naa
only, scored 37 points in ten prev
ious games; but this youngster
went on rampage 'against the A A-lumni,
lumni, A-lumni, pacing Powells' victory
witn a et poim. wu
i nirfor brother Noel, one of the
too noint nroducet in the league
for many' yeara acored 19 points
and relinquished the league lead to
John Hatgl who was the Alumni
high scorer for tne mgnt wun u
points. Hatgl now leads the league
with 200 points to Gibson's 198,
With Bill Gibson scoring u ox
their Powells lumped into on
early half time lead, 28 to 20, and
though uaaDie 10 open a reai com comfortable
fortable comfortable lead anywhere, along the
line, did manager to aeep aneaa oi
the Alumni down to 'the thrilling
66 to 61 linish.
The Cristobal quintei, wxn new new-eomer.McPherson
eomer.McPherson new-eomer.McPherson paving the way
with 15 points, downed tne work working
ing working Boys 55 to 44 in the nightcap
mi all but eliminated the latter
from- any thoughts of finishing in
front. With six games ien on uw i
schedule the Working (Boys are S:
games out of first place J
With Gil Smith (12) and Arnold
Manning (11) pacing the Working;
Boys effort, the now cellar-dwell-,
ing quintet made a game effort to
stay within striking distance of the
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AMERICAN, LEAGUE
i earns
New York
Chicago
Boston .. -Cleveland!
Detroit
Baltimore -'
Kansas City
Washington
W
L Pet. Gft
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37 .619 ?3
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46452 j469 ..17
3661 .371-27
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Kansas City at New. York (2)
Chicago at Washington (N)
Cleveland at Baltimore (N) ; v
Detroit a V Boston
Yesterday's Resulfs
Kansas City ill 000 010- 4 IS it
New York. 231 102 lOx 10 16 Ki
Coleman (0-6), Morgant McDep
mott, Urban and Thompson.
Ford (6-2) and Berra. V
(Night Game)
Chicago 00 101 0407
Washington 000 100 000 l
Donovan (11-3) and Moss.
Kemmerer (5-7), Heise
Courtney.
and
(Night Game)
Detroit 000 000 000 0 4 4
Boston." 110 000 02x 4 1 8 (
, Lary (4-14) Byrd and, Wilson.
! Porterfield (3-3) andAWhite,
s (Night Game)
Cleveland 100 000 0056 10 -1
Baltimore 000 000 0000 3 1
Gray (1-d) and Nixon.
Loes (10-6), Zuverink and Trian
dos. -:
Swanson (2-2), King and Rand,
Peterson. t
Burde,tte (9-6) and Crandall. :
Alumni 66-61;
Working Boys
Alumni. But their efforts went foi
naught, mainly due to Cristobal'!
23 points' made from the foul
throwing line. Both teams had' II
field goals, but the Working Boys'i
could produce only 12 points in 24
tries from. the free-toss.
: With the 1957 schedule nearing a
close, each gams from this point
onward rates as tops in import
tance. Powells, closest to the A.
lumni three games off the pace)
play the Working Boys in the op
ener tonight at 7 and the Alumni
will try to regain their winning
ways in the nightcap against Cris
tobal, the latter currently on a 2
game win streak, In their previous
meeting, Cristobal fell one point
short, 51 to 50, of overcoming ths
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hammer-throwefft and his wife, the former Olga Fikotova,
Czech discus heaver, both saw action during a London track
and field meet. The pair met during the Olympics at Melbourne
and, as their form here would indicate, had the strength to
throw off objections to an Iron Curtain romance. 1

HOOFBEATS
1 By Conrado Sargeant

' NEW YORK (NEA) Yogi Be Berra
rra Berra leaned against a post in the

Yankee dugout and ran his puagy puagy-strong
strong puagy-strong hands over a new chest pro protector.
tector. protector. He Wore a pari oi unflatter unflattering
ing unflattering glasses, which he sqys he'll use
in games, and the; statistics sheet
showed his batting average j; was
.236. 1 -
"This is a good protector,", Yogi
was saying.-- ."The old one' over
there, it's got all that loam rubber

in it.- Manes you sweat a lot. jsoy,
that tires you out. This one here

has no; rubber it."'
, He put down the protector and

went out on the nem to warm up.
He was. to the onlooker, the Berra

who has smashed apart the Amer American
ican American League for years- a thick thick-legged,
legged, thick-legged, gorilla sized guy who

moves with implausible speed and

puts unhittable pitches six or sev

en rows back in, the Dieacners,
But the Berra who wears glass

es and has a .236 average is differ different.
ent. different. He is a man who dods to left

field because he doesn't get the
hat around in time t onull and he

talks of being tired and .not having
any zip in his arms. r 1
' Barra has others talking of him,
too To. be blunt, more than a few

people in baseball are: asking, if

he's starting to come apart in ms

llth vear as a maior league giant,

"They tell me," Manager Al Lo

pez of the white sox comments,

"that he's cettina tired."

"We used! to pitch-to Mantle and
walk Berra," says Coach Tony
Cuccinello of the White Sox. "Or
pitch him so far outside that if he
did hit it, he'd single to left, not

hit tn ritrht tor two. three or tour.

Now we pitch to Yogi That's why
Mantle got all those walks. Looks
in' ma lilfA iRprr llist isn't snaD-

ping that bat around. You lpok It
up, you1 see he's caught an awful

lot of games. They used htm 151

games a year, double neaaers ana
all7 ,s 1

Workinq With Rademacher

Should Briria Marciand

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A cracKaown campaign re recently
cently recently put Into effect by' the
stewards of the President Remon
racetrack has: apparently-' been
effective. .No Jockeys, owners' or

1rUlCr8 :": WClc : BUOJJCUUBU,' uici
the weekend. However; one rid rider
er rider was fined and several horses
set dowd.
Sandlno Hernandez was fined

$5 for not reporting that Lane
ro an- .unset winner in Satur

day's second face, had suffered

an accident nw previous me

out when Hernandez rode him

Julio Jimenez Jr. guided Lanero

to a $61.80 wm .payoii. ?
Blunor which threw her rider
A and had to be" sent back from

Sf two meets by th starter.
Gloria M. scratched frtfnfgat.

tirdav's third race by the track

veterlnArlan, has been suspendT

ed for 19 days.
' Apache, a scheduled starter
In Saturday's fifth race, was
' found to be suf ferinr pains in

; the right shoulder, The veter veterinarian
inarian veterinarian ordered htm scratched
! and suspended for 15 days.
- Mrs. Halligan, a trailer In Sat Saturday's
urday's Saturday's fifth race, got an eight
meet suspension for her poor
- performance.: -;?,( -' ;
.pavinetto, which suffered' an
Injury during the ninth race,
was set down for 15 days.
Clanicha, which; was scratched
from Sunday's second race be

cause of an ailment, was sus
Dended for 15' days.

Joe got eight meets for his
poor performance in Sunday's

third race.

La Enea, which : wound up

lame in the fifth race on Sun

day was given 21 days suspen

sion .'
0O0
The feature race of 'this com

ing weekend will' be the Seventh

Pan-American Highway Congress

Handicap. All the delegates to
the congress have been invited
to attend the special feature

next Sunday by track manager

Pablo A. Thayer.

Narcotico, a topnotch chest chestnut
nut chestnut Argentine "performer at

VHtiM ISxpeclJeartd irrfvi oi

the Isthmus t m 0 rrow or
Thursday. This ;rpo rtedly
classy; racer was bought by
turfman Carlos Alejandro Du Du-que
que Du-que and will race under the
colors of the Stud Rio Grande.
" y;- 0O0 1.

The reported shortage of
horses continues to become more
acute, Four natives will race

no more. They are Pllluelo, tAon tAon-tero,
tero, tAon-tero, Angelit'a and Paparrorra, ;
. oOO "' it ."

The reportedly expensive EngH

lish colt. Ainilatlon order.: is

scneauied to leave England Aug

10 and will arrive on the Isth

mus round Aug. 24. He will, be

accompanied by the fillies Eml

ly Mary and cooksmate.

,' RAINBOW MIXED LEAGUE

Teams W L

Boyd Brothers Insur. s W 12
CA High Contractors 17 v 15 ?
Kbonitet 17 15 i

Pan-American Clipper! JM : ?SVi
Koyal Crown Colas 15V4 16

Mercurio Jewelers v 15, 17,
Carrington Canadians 15 17 j
Smoot and Paredes 13 19

Sundaf veainf at the Albrook
fiowler-droine was quite stormy

' for the first division teams, ana

tna four bottom teams all collect

ed the pot of gold in the Rainbow

Mixed League, me upsets woo
ap the league more than Elvis
all-shook-up'son. ,. ,. ; J
cVnigh l taMdians v
? - .... .-' -- : ;
C A. High made the highest ad advance
vance advance when i they climbed from
Sixth place to a tie for second, and
only two points out of the leader leadership.
ship. leadership. They dawned Carrington
Canadions by a 4 to shutout.
The- two ladies In the, contractors
lineup produced top notch perform performance,
ance, performance, coupled with two male bowl bowl-rT
rT bowl-rT good -scores and the- contrac contractors
tors contractors iad. themselves a, four point
Win -'-;::;.(.:
-. V. .v..
'- High lor the Higts: NiU 3luxb
tl9. Theresa Tolind 509, John To To-LAND
LAND To-LAND ien AND Earl S. Levins 531
Bud and Marie Moore for the Car
' r m gloa-endeavored to stave ofi
defeat but their ret 549 aftd iil
' Jrere not enocgh.v .

. Ibtt 3 Berd Brother Ira. 1
The Ebonite Tornadoes really1
tore in' Q the league leaders, Boyd

Bros. lnurjnce, and took .three
points. ThPT now are co-holders
of record plice. .. ..-....
The Ebonites had a close caU,
for -the ever important pomt forj
Wil pm fall, which went to the
Eboniifs by nine pins. The only
Lame iHod Brothers paid olf
1 the second gme.
The eiker sex proved they re
Strocpfr tbn tiieir howmwis. For
the Elxmitr. Nnc GonzaW
beat bcr i iDbj Eia to 521.',

Minnie Morehouse showed Orillei

how to do it 468 to 453, and for
the BB's Bertha Pate registered
4tf5 to Jesse 455. Unattached Gon Gon-ra
ra Gon-ra o Torrea for Boyds had a 533
and Donalson, also a solo a 525.;
Mtrcwrlo Jewelers' 4 R.C. Colas 0
The Jewelers got Into the act'
by sweeping their series, and when
they cut themselves a 24 kt gold
set, in spanking the Royal Crown
Colas. These four points set the
Gems into contention for the Title,
a) thought hey are now in 11 sixth
place, but only four points away
from first place. Anolhtr white

wash jod next weex couia una tne

Jewelers psrehea en top ;

The heroes for' the Centta! Ave

nue Jewelers was Bill Gallahair

with 54 and Jack Mappin 505. For

the It. C. s, the talteied crown
was placed upon Queen Diane

Lindquist's 503. the only one- to

crash the 500 mark. ,. .. ;
' Smoot-PSTedes J PAA 1 J J
While the airplane maybe fast'

er than the auto, it certainly was
not so in this league when Smoot

Paredes autos asserted them

selves. While they are at the bot

tom of the league, this did not
prevent them from clipping : the
PAA Clippers 3 to 1. The handicap
load was too much for the Clip Clippers
pers Clippers and only In the mid tussle
were they able to win. Louis Mar Marques,
ques, Marques, anchor man for Smoot-Pa-redes,
posted a 553 and the Clip Clippers
pers Clippers also had one Legler to go o o-ver
ver o-ver the 500-mart. Red 'Calbat's
505.

1

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By HARRY GRAYSON

NEW YORK, (NEA) They

all come back and when he an

nounced his retirement two years
ago, a lot of people suspected that
Rocky Marciano would follow, the
pattern.? - ,
! Gene Tunney was the only" heav

yweight champion who didn't try

again,- and the Manly Marine col

lected' a- million for one, : outing
with Jack X)empsey at a time

when he .,-uld ko;?p it,-, married
i u i -.j a j i

wen "u naa iiumeaiaie buciai as

pirations," ,v :

Marciahd' ?: has steered fairly

- ..... 1. ....

ciear 01 the sour 'science since

stepping aside, but now that his

contract with AI Weill has exmred

there are detinue indications anoth

er old firehorse has heard the bell.

xou now get it from those clos

est to Marciano that his workine

with Pete Rademachdr, the Olym

pic champion who is scheduled to

tackle Floyd Patterson in Seattle,
Aug.; 22, easily could be the first
step toward another fling by The

1

I

j"

"That could do it to you. To
swing a bat and snap those wrists
and hit the kind of pitches he did

tnrow one over his bead and he'd
hit it a mile you have to be in
perfect physical condition. Just get
a little tired and there you are,, no

BERRA TALKED ABOUT these

things over Jus usual post game

can of beer- in the dressing room.
1 "It's not 1 the eyes," he said.

"It's here...mv arms. I can't set

them around like I used to. I get
tiiem around but I don't do it all

the time. You know what they're

getting me out on? Fast balls,
Yeah, I always hit them good.

"I dont know, maybe it's iust

one of those bad years and I'll
come back next year big. Maybe

neeu a gooa resi ims -winter.
For most of the season. Berra

has batted behind Mickey Mantle

and this highlights the kind, of
year1 he has had. For Mantle, now

playing ais if there never was an another
other another ballplayer, gets 00 base at

a fantastic rate. But Yogi struggles
along at a clip which is a full 30
runs-batted-in 0" his normal pace1.
"My catcher. Case Stengel

tens you, "is starting to hit. He
hit on the road. Hit one in De Detroit
troit Detroit pretty good; He will hit pret-
ty.goodVV,. ; v ,, i.U'

MAYBE HE WILLI It certain

ly figures this way. But Berra's

remark, "Don't forget, I'm 32
now." and what now seems to

have been a planned campaign for

less work ("I shouldn't catch no

more doubleheaders 1 provokes a

question. How much have the work

horse years of the past taken, out

01 jserra? -v.
The Yankees sum it up best
"How's Berra?" one was saying.

He rolled his head from1 side to

side. "Once in awhile be hits it.

But that sin't YogL .I don't know

wnai 11 is. ...
The man was wonder ins if one of

the all-time great ballplayers, be

hind a. mask bad definitely start

ed downhill. ...
Like everybody else, he was hop hoping
ing hoping it was just one of those years.

It has been catch-as-catch-can In
a business wav with' Marciano

since he hung up his gloves.; One
reason: given for his "quitting' was
that he wanted to spend more

time with'7 his family in Brockton

But personal appearances at com comparative
parative comparative 'bargain-basement rates

have kept him on the, road to a
greater extent than ever.

While for some strange reason

Marciano never completely caught
on with the public as a truly out outstanding
standing outstanding champion, he now misses
the measure of hero worship that

was ais.- j

Working with1 the crude Rade

macher would be enough to give

any lormer fighter ideas, and Mar

ciano was quite a iignier 10 ne
calling it a career' with- the knock knockout
out knockout of Archie Moore. A closer stu student
dent student of busting beaks than many

realize, The Rock may have his

private line on young Patterspn
Something of a bug on physical

culture, Marciano should have no

great difficulty getting in shape at

33. Jersey Joe Walcott was 39

wnen blasted but for the second

time by The Rock.: Moore Is about

to defend the light heavyweight

leaaersnip at 43.

Ron;Delany Defeats'
World Record Holder
V Z !. 1,'
In Slow.Grass Mile

DUBLIN (UP) Ron Delany of
Trein) avenge, his recem de

feat by British stvr Derek Ibbot

son, but neither inner could ap

proach lbootson's new mue record
of .3:57.2. ; ...

r pclariy,' the Olympic l.Sod-meter
champion who finished second to

Ibbotson in his record run at Lon London
don London on July 19, turned the tables
here Monday by coining from be behind
hind behind to win in a homestretch duel.
Because of the soft condition of
the track after a heavy 'overnight
rain, Delany was. timed in 4:05.4,
one-tenth of a second slower than
the Irish: record he holds., Ibbotson
was timed in 4:04.9

GETTING THE WORDi-Rocky Marciano, right, assures Pete
Rademacher that a- jolt Dn the jaw or a body belt is a greats
equalizer. The former champion is coaching the Olympie title title-holder
holder title-holder at his Columbus, Ga., training headquarters. :' v

karclahtf eouid get i $500,000

cuarantee.Ior aking a swing at

Patterson, and all he would have

to pay would be,. Trainer Cbarley

Goldman ana a. coupie ot seconas.

The Rock, is being gently re

minded by Gene Leone, the New

York restaurateur, ; ana Boxing

Commissioner Lou Provenzano of

Rhode Island and others that this

kind of money will not be within

nis reach two or tnree years irom
now. .. '"

Sports Briefs

NEW YORK (UP: Carl Braun,
former Colgate star, today be

came the' second member' of the

New York Knickerbockers to sign

h.s contract for the 1957-58 Na National
tional National Baskwball Association sea sea-sou.
sou. sea-sou. Ken Seirs had signed previ previously.
ously. previously. :'
QSTAAD, Switzerlend (UP)
Jaroslav Drobriy of. Egypt and
Dtn Candy of Australia defeated

Along The Fairways

. Ft.; Amador Woman Coir t
Auociction 1
The Flag Tournament,' original
ly scneuuied wr July lb, was post--'
poueu until tomorrow. 'In its sieadi"
the girls suostuuted pur lor tueu
tmec worst joies nu iheu three three-quarters
quarters three-quarters of their handicap. Ruth'
ulicoiu raiueu j j, tu win iow pet
lor the day ana Aiice French's W
wn k the second place, spot,
V6u 'hkve' to shoot some mightjF
snay golf to beat Italy Carf
thps days, fene came m with .a
ii w: wui) low jiw tor tne see
ondi.straight wcejj. Marge, Sewq4
won : tbe; putting bait ajjain tnis
week with 29. Nice going gir&,
you .really.-give us. lomeihmg to -shoot
for. tfc
-.;-S.'s. ' .,fill
SeveraLof the girls from the At.1
lantic side have been miking this;1
trip: oyer, to rj.madpr on. .Thursday
morning. Fill ur your ,car,s and
come over, every Thursday,',- we
are mighty glad to h,ave you; join

The! Amador tournaments em :
Thursdays, are 'i,en to all of thS
girls on the Isthmur who have an 7'
estabHshed Club handicap. Come"
out and joirl us t'l.norrow for
Flag Tournament 'ull handicap.
Tee off time 8:00 a.m. ,

Budge Patty of Lis Angeles and
Pierre Darmon of Frsnce, 6-2; 4-6
"-S, 6-1, Monday to win the men's
doubles crown in the Swiss inter
national tennis championships. ?

Al Weill, who developed Marcia

no, how is not so emphatic in his
doubt that The Rock would Teturn
W the wars," "TtJ" 'r'f'

And remember that Rocky Mar

ciano, was a professional prize
fighter in every sense of the word.

He is still young enough to think

of himself as Such, and it's awful

ly hard, for a belting bloke to get

away from the business.

They never know when thev

. have had enough.

Bill Bftel PmKe Richmond
Within Half-Game Of IL Lead

By BEANS REAR DON
Written for NEA Service

QUESTION: With one out aad

a runner oa third base the batter

lifts high foul close to the right

neid box seats. The fielder goes ov over
er over to make the catch. Normally

the runner from third base woo Id

out move. But si the fielder gets
set for the ball a fan leans out
snd, tries to grab it. This throws
the fielder off and be catches the
ball but does a juggling act while
at it. The runner breaks for the

j plate during this and beats the
; throw. Is there any ruling on this?

tmu vaicniL j
Answer: The rvnnof mwif ;r ;r-fvrn
fvrn ;r-fvrn to third bat bocJuso of H
interference.

NEW YORK, July 11 (UP)

Sill Bethel, a tall. -lanky Texan.

pitched Richmond to within a half-

game 01 first place in the. Interna

tional League with a 4-2 victory

at, Toronto, last went. :.

Bethel, 27, a Yankee farmhand

since 1950, gave up five, hits to
the third-place Leafs and now has

a1 season s record of 11-4.

' Tne Miami Marlins scored once

in the ninth inning to edge league league-leading
leading league-leading Buffalo, 3-2. The second
gsme. of the scheduled twin-bill
was suspended by curfew .after

eight innings with the Bisons a-

head. 6-5.. Howie Judson. aided by

Satchel Paige's relief work, gain

ed his third triumph in the open

er.- -K.:. :

.:-:-( .. :;. :
Havana1 ond Rochester split a

doubleheader. the Red Winss tak

ing the finale, 9-5 after dropping

the seven-inning opener, -10.-L .Chl

co Alvarez paced the Cuban s tirst-

f ame win with two homers off
Cot Deal. Lynn Lovenguth went

Hie dutance for Rochester in the

nightcap, winning his 12th game

In the other game. Montreal won

its second stroight from Columbus,

4-3. -with starter Fred Kipp earn

ing his seventh victory against u

tosses. . ( .

. ; j :
The standings and linescores;

Teams
Buffalo V
Richmond
Toronto'
Rochester
Miamiv
Havana
Columbus
Montreal

L Pet.
47 61
47 51
52 .519
55 .500
53 .495

53 57, .482,
48 59 .449
i7 60 .439

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60
59
55
52

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Yeilorday's Results

Miami ''' i Oil 000 001 3 8 1

Buffalo 010 001 000 2 I
Judson. Paige (9) and McCul

lough; Drews, Nagy (7), Herbert

(9) and Noble. Astrotn 7). Wf

Judson. LP-Nsgy. HRS-Smith, Eas

ter. -. . '

Sports Briefs

BALTIMORE (UP) ,Milt Psp Psp-pss.
pss. Psp-pss. 18-yearold bonux pitcher with

the Baltimore vOrioles,- was re
stored to the active hst today up
on the order of Commissioner

Ford Frick. The Orioles were or

dered to take Pappas off the dis disabled
abled disabled list after he was discov discovered
ered discovered pitching batting practice.

BURLINGTON, Vt. (UP) The
New York football Giants will
scrimmage for sweet ebarity
Wednesday. The Giants will scrim scrim-mage
mage scrim-mage against nearby St. Michael's
College, with all pi oceeds being
ear-marked for the benefit of the
disaster fund of the American
Bed Cross. .-

(Second game,; called in 8th be
cause of time limit)

Miami 500 000 00 5 9 0

Buffalo' 010 110 30 6 13 1
McCall, Paige (7), Adams 8)
and IBucha; Kume, Duser (2) and
Noble. HRS-Easter, Noble.
(First Game)
Havana 023 010 4 10 10 0
Rochester O0C 01ft 0 13 3
Hatten and Izquierdo; Deal.
Greason (4) and Shantz. LP-Deal
HRS-Alvarez 2, Sierra.
; (Second Came).

Havana 100 130 00Q 5 7 0

Rochester 300 001 SOx 9 14' 2

Cueche, Pofia (6, Scantlebury

(7) and izquierdo, Garcia (8); Lov Lov-enguth
enguth Lov-enguth and D. Ricketts. LP-Pena.
HBS-Burgess, Clark., .v ,. :M ":

Columbus 000 300 000 3 10 0
Montreal ... :110 Dlt OOx 4 8 3
Naranjo," Burtschy (4), : O'Don O'Don-oell
oell O'Don-oell (8) and Cobos Kipp, Cristan Cristan-e
e Cristan-e (8), .Collum (9) nd Ronning.
WP-Kipp. LP-Burstchy HRSNo HRSNo-vak,
vak, HRSNo-vak, GentUe, : :
Richmond' 002 000 002' '4 13' 0
Toronto ""'000 000 101 2 5 1
Bethel." Post (9). James (9) and

Chiti; Blake, Jordan (9) and Ro Ro-selU,
selU, Ro-selU, St. Claire (9). WP-BetheL
LP Bake.1 HRS-Jaciuk, oliat. .-

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f PAGE TEN

1"HE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1957
I -A -'!C ,i;v:C ''"Tv" E I C. T C
. .THIS SPACE IS FDR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 24)740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
t n
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740

s

Houses Aportments'

FOR MNTi -New three
Mmim, Hvlne-dinine room,
maid' room, porch no' earaae.
Furnished or nrurnlsnee Corner
Paaeo Cmeoentenarie and 7m
Ave., Coco dol Mar (Sao Frao Frao-ciace).
ciace). Frao-ciace). Miene 8-3005.
FOR HINT: Chalet 8 kodroomc,
maid'c room, hot water, etc. Cor Coram
am Coram 47lh Street, II" Vista i"d
Urviuay. Phono 1-1771 office
hears. x
Resorts
i FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
' Beach Houie. Phone Balboa
2130. nine to twelve noon, Mon Monday
day Monday threuflh Friday.
PHILLIPS Oceanilde Cottages
Santa Clara. Box ISM Pane Pane-ma,
ma, Pane-ma, R. da P. Phone Paaama
S-1177, Cristobal 3-1673.
I Baldwin' furnished apartment
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
I Smith, Balboa 3631.
FOR RENT: Furnished 1 bed bedroom
room bedroom (bachelors preferred). 163
Vie Beliaario Porras.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished housekeeping room, dou double
ble double couch, refrigerator, stove,
private bath and entrance, gov government
ernment government Inspected, near hotel.
Phone 3-0638.
- FOR RENT: Comfortable fur furnished
nished furnished room. Peru Ave. No. 34,
acres from Airline Copa.
77.1
mam
1953 MERCURY Monterrey
hardtop, WAW, t-tone,
Radio. $200.
COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. 1-7010
1364 CHEVROLET, I door.
COLPAN MOTORS
TeL J-7010
1M CHEVROLET Belalr,
Coay Radio, 8 cyL, t-tone,
W.8.W. $1,795.00.
COLPAN MOTORS
TeL 3-7013
MSI BUICK Cony., Radio
W.8.W. $498.00
COLPAN MOTORS
TeL 3-1011
1333' PLYMOUTH, 4 -door,
4one. $805.00
COLPAN MOTORS
TeL J-7010
1854 PLYMOUTH, X-deor,
Belvedere, Radio $1475.00.
COLPAN MOTORS
TeL J-7010
I 1343 PONTIAC, -deer, 8 -eyL
Radio. S2Zewt0.
COLPAN MOTORS
TeL J-7010
1951 PORD, Moor, Radio,
IDM. $56040
COLPAN MOTORS
TeLJ-7010
1953 PONTIAC Hardtop,
2-toae, Stadia, WAW.
SL275J8.
C COLPAN MOTORS
TeL t-7810
1353 WTIXT SUUoa
Wagon $85040.
. COLPAN MOTORS
- TeL S-7010
I

Rooms

S"J v

. '

ATTINTION. ).' 1.1 Jasr hula
rnodtra furnish ad aaaitateiits, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, ooM water.
Phooo Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENTt Spacious two-bod-room
unfurniihtd apartment ia
fine residential dictrict, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office hour.
FOR RENTt Beautiful furnish -od
two-bedroom apartment. 5 1 at
Street No. 10. Call 3-7069 or
3-2097.
FOR RENTt Apartment, three
bedrooms, two bathe, living-dining
room, large kitchen, laundry,
clothetlino and maid' room with
bath at Campo Alagre. For infor information
mation information call Panama 3-4641.
FOR RENT: Army impacted
furnished 1 -bedroom with kitch kitchenette.
enette. kitchenette. 4th of July Ave. Phono
2-2031 or 2-1140.
FOR RENT: A three-bedroom
apartment, with two baths, living-dining
ioonif kitchen, maid'
room with own bath, weshtubs,
garage, and hot water facilities.
Far further details call Panama
3-1292, CIA. DULCIDIO GON GONZALEZ
ZALEZ GONZALEZ N., S.A... er apply to the
apartment, No. 1, Ave. Eusebie
A. Morales No. 4, El Cangrejo.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartments,
ments, apartments, screened', military inspect inspected,,
ed,, inspected,, one and two bedrooms. Call
Panama 2-3065.
FOR RENT: Cool, furnished
apartment on Via Porras No.
120. beside Roosevelt Theater,
overlooking SAS Commissary. For
Information phone 3-5024.
UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY:
Wishing to establish a nice, ejuiet
community located in an excel excellent
lent excellent residential area of San Fran Francisco.
cisco. Francisco. I offer For Rent a COURT
of twelva- one-bedroom apart-
ments. Each consisting of a moe' moe'-.
. moe'-. orn kitchen, combination dining-living-
room, one bedroom, one
' bath and large closets. Courtyard
for recreation and secluded park parking
ing parking space. Price $50. No chil-.
dren and ne pets. For further in information
formation information concerning this excep exceptional
tional exceptional offer call Panama 3-1618
or 3-4825.
Domestic Employment
TWO MAIDS WANTED: ( I )
child care and general house housework,
work, housework, to live jn; (2) good clean cleaner1
er1 cleaner1 and ironer, 5 day a week.
Bring reference. Over 50 need
not apply. Interview a.m. only.
0202-B Herrick Reed, Ancon.
Barbara Nichols
Of Movies 'Fair
After Crackup
EAST MEADOW, N.Y. (UP) (UP)-Movie
Movie (UP)-Movie actre Barbara Nichols,
26, who has a featured role in
"Sweet Smell of Success," was
reported in "fair" condition to today
day today with injuries received in an
automobile accident.
The hanlv- riVinAar rrru
recovering from shock suffered
when a car in which she was rid
ing collided with another auto Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night. She was reported
resting? comfortably- at Meadow.
brook Hospital,
The driver of the ear in which
Miss Nichols was riding, Leverett
S. Miller, 25, and both occupants
of the second auto were treated
for cuts and bruises.
Police said Miss Nichols was on
her way to spend the week end
with Miller and his wife, former
actres Ava Noring. when the
accident happened.
Paraiso Tournament
Bridge Play Shows
Competition Keen
The Paraiso Bridge Club played
host on Sunday in an open contest
of duplicate bridge, whea Julius
Loeb, director of the Atlantic Du Duplicate
plicate Duplicate Bridge dub, visited the
Paraiso gymnasium to direct the
tournament. There were four
tables of bridge in play.
Notwithstanding the inexperience
of most of the participants in this
method of playing, the competi
tion was keen, ss the following re-
tuna win reveal:
North-South Pair T.M.P.
Lceb and Lyons 41
Caiksnder and Fyft 35V
Km and Bryan 35
Bruoks and Stevens V 124
East-Wee Pairs TJM.P.
Grscombe and Williams MVi
McKeiie and Rogers 37
Campbell and Suaret 354
Elades and Gittena 33
This-coming Friday eight there
will be a business meeting and
all club members are or fed to be
present sreciselv at 6:30 bjs.

LEAVE roua an with nm or'nint

INTERNAL. DE FUBLICACIONES Ne. 3 Lottery Plan a) GASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 o LOURDE8 PHARMACY-1H2 l.a turtasquille a PARMAC1A LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 2S "B" Street MORRISON 4th at My Ave. J St LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tivolt No. 4 PARMAC1A ESI ADOS UNIUOS 14 Central Ave
EARMACIA LUX 1M Central Avenue. HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE IT Po. da la Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Juito Arosemene Ave. and 33 St 0 PARMACIA
VAN-DEB-JIS-M Street Mo. S3 a) PARMACIA EL BATURRO Parana Lefevre t Street a PARMACIA "8A8" Via ponra 111 O NOVEDADE8 ATH1S Betide
the Bella Vista Theatre. , , , ; , w t ,i j,

Automobiles
FOR SAL!: 1 956 Dodge Hard Hardtop
top Hardtop Coronet. Phone Navy 8231.,
FOR SAL!: 1951 Ford 2-ooor
Sedan. Phone Navy 3231.
FOR SALE. 1950 Dodge Core Core-net
net Core-net 4-door sedan, radio. Phone
Balboa 1619, 7 a.m. to '4 p.m.
After 4 p.m., La Cumbras 2024.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet 6 6-cy
cy 6-cy Under, 4-door Bel Air with
powerglide, radio, wiw, under undercoat.
coat. undercoat. Phone 3-2372.
FOR SALE- 1956 Ferdomatie
Country Sedan, : 8 cylinder, 2
seats, radio. Cash or trade-in
considered. Balboa 2-3050.
FOR SALE Sedan delivery Pen Pen-tiac,
tiac, Pen-tiac, model 1951. Call telephone
2-1956 Panama.
FOR SALE: 1953 Studebakari
Champion two-door, excellent
condition. Phone 3-0010, exten extension
sion extension 39 er 3-2461.
FOR SALE: 1957 Opel automo automobile,
bile, automobile, two doors, 3 months use,
2000 miles, $1400. Telephone
3-3291, 3-2622.
FOR SALE: 1957 Station Wag Wagon
on Wagon Country Club Ford, 4 doors,
20 days use, 1000 miles $3400.
Telephone 3-3291, 3-2622.
FOR SALE: 1953 Dodge, top
shape. Must sell this week. Any
reasonable offer accepted. 5341 -.
D, Davis Street, Diablo. Phone
Balboa 2-1802.
FOR SALE: "Attention Sports Sports-car
car Sports-car Fans"; 1955 Thunderbird,
low mileage, like new, duty paid.
Phone Panama 3-1039 (days)
Las Cumbras 2030 (after 6
p.m.).
FOR SALE: Beautiful 1954
Oldsmobile 98 Starfira Converti Convertible,
ble, Convertible, hydramatic, power steering,
brakes, windows, seats, radio,
wsw, excellent condition
$1575. Amador Phone 82-3108
' daytime; 2105-Bj Curundu, 83 83-3219
3219 83-3219 evenings.
FOR SALEf 1950 Mercury
Convertible, wsw ; tires, radio,
pewar seat and windows. Call
.83-3289.'. 1
FOR SALE; 1952 Ford Cus Cus-tojnline,
tojnline, Cus-tojnline, 6-cyl., redio, new bat battery,
tery, battery, good rubber. Phone Balboa
1464.
FOR SALE 1957 Ford Fairlana
"500," ell extras $2495. 1511 1511-A,
A, 1511-A, Akee St., Balboa. Phona Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2675.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
Station Wagon, 6-cylinder, 6 6-passanger,
passanger, 6-passanger, radio, summer air
blower, fog lights, back-up lights,
tum signals, radio, cartop carrier
$1300. Phone 3-2387. 8102-B.
Margarita.
HASSELBLAD
PAXETIE
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
J55 Central Ave.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.'
Peckers Shipper Mover
Pkenee 2-2451 2-2562
Lear Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding t Jaatpiagj Clawe daily
8 to 5 P-m. Phone 2-2451
LIFE INSURANCE
CaQ
JIM RIDGE
OeneraJ Agent
OibraJtax I Jf Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panajtia 8-8532
rovn PEET HURT?
tranwa CaiUeeiatet will
mmj laec (reukM,
eee, etc.
Services "SCHOLL'S'
Products
f aTvMnMBBi' Affj
TeL 3-t31I
THE
NEW
canon
Aasaaa,
Model V
With F li Lent
tmuU- HIark CeUa

anmrra net ftin nrnnn iii i.'ir othfft Panama, librekia

Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: N ursery school
quipment. Call after 4:30 p.m.
House 5176-A, Diablo Heights.
Phono 2-1573. t'
FOR SALE: Federal photo en en-larger
larger en-larger 2x3'4,1 brand new but
several year old $40. House 327
Culebra Road. Ancdn. 2-301 1.
FOR SALE: Tape-o-Matic li li-Fi
Fi li-Fi VM. No. 710 Tape recorder recorder-range
range recorder-range 40-15000 CPS $140, per.
feet condition. Phone 5-366.
FOR SALE: Two V-ton Chrys Chrysler
ler Chrysler Airtsmp air conditioners. Call
(3-6629.'
FOR SALE: One studio couch,
good condition. Phone 2-3781.
1520-A, Akee St., Balboa.
Of all the Seven Wonders of the
Ancient World, only one has with
stood the ravages of time and
plunder: The Pyramids. But Low-
i eu i nomas exnijng new dook,
L ttp... nr 1 a1 nr i j i,
ocvcu nuuucrj ui lue rruna.
placed on circulation this week, by
the Canal Zone Library, doesn't
deal with the tourist attractions of
antiquity.
The book contains far more in
formation and covers many more
exciting places. The quest for motf motf-ern
ern motf-ern wonders visits five continents
from Mount Olympus to the Em
pire State Building, .from the Falls
of Iguazu to the giant redwoods
of the Pacific West, and from Fuji
Yama to Vesuvius.
Other books placed on circula circulation
tion circulation this week are listed below:
Nonfictioiu The Technical Insti'
tute, Smith; Let Erm a do It Wood
bury: Tne Dance in America, Ter
ry; Reefs of 'Taprobane, Carke;
My Fair Lady, Lerner; Raising
Demons, Jackson; Fagaa Spain,
Wright; The Living of. These Days,
Fosdick; Low's Autobiography,
Low;' and A Watcher on the Rhine,
Connell. f
Fiction: Star of Macedon, Eiker;
HI Wind, Heath; Curtain Call, Jan-
ney: the Assassin, Jepson: Mature
of Passion, Jhabvaia;, tire and
Morning, Leary ; Bedlam, Soubiran
The Voice at the Back Door, Spen
cer: and Notoing But tne isignt,
Yaffe.
Children' book: Friday, the
rapaho Indian, Anderson; Strange
Disappearance from wara 2, uemi
ine: Come Be My Friend. Eberle:
Farm Boy, Gersline; Morning Glo
ry, Hall; The Wide, wide world,
Warner: Detectives in Togas. Win.
terfield: The Ball Book of Fairy
Tales, Vance; Land and People of
Israel. Heffman: and Cowboys and
Cattle Trans, uarsv
Telephony Company
Takes Hew Plunge
For D. C. Progress
WASHINGTON (UP) Progress
plunged a step forward today at
the U.S. Capitol thanks to the
telephone company.
Now you eaa ring up your fa
rerite statesman at a new. faster,
smoother, easier to remember
phona number. j
The phone number at the Cap!
tol as 01 lz:ei a.m. e.d.t, was
Capitol 4-3121. The old, tired, po
key, obscure number was National
8-3120.
A Chesapeake i Potomac Tele
phone Co.- spokesman said H he
new number is a big time saver.
A bureaucrat known te be a fast
man around the dial unofficially
tested the new and old numbers
with a stop watch. ;
The scientific results:
On a average speed dial: Old
number, 8 seconds; new, .. S sec
onds. Time saved 3 seconds.
On a fast dial: Old number
seconds: new, S second. Time
saved 2 seconds.
Conclusion The new number
will save hundreds of dial-hours
Idaily. ;'
For example, as industrious lob lobbyist
byist lobbyist phoning all iZi members of
the House to discuss a spot of
legislation, will savt 21 minutes
and 45 seconds ia dialing time.
"This is just one of the things
wa do all the time in una with
general progress," the phoaa com
pany spokesman said.
However, he said despite all the
advantages of the new number,
the phone company realizes that
people will take time learning fet.
Therefore: be said, the Capitol for
khe next six months can still be
reached by dialing the old a amber.

SERVICES

The FATIMA PHARMACY lo lo-i
i lo-i cared t Marcada El Ray, offers
efficient filling of prescription
, and home delivery service. Phone
3-3416.
3 -minute car wash $1, steam
. cleaning of motor $5, wexing of
car $5. Auto-Bano, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
Dogs
FOR SALE: A. K. C. registered
Cocker Spaniel puppies. 2262
Cerr Street, Balboa. Phone Bal Bal-boa
boa Bal-boa 2444.
FOR SALE: Boston Terrier fe
mala pup, three-quarter bred, 3
months eld. Riviera Building,
Apt. 6, Juste Arosemena Ave.
and 46th Street;
FOR SALE A.K.C. registered
Cocker Spaniel puppies, party
color. E 6th St. 2129-D, Curun Curundu,
du, Curundu, 3:30-6:30.
FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel,
brown-white, 1 'i years old, fe female,
male, female, pur bred $10. House 50,
New Cristobal, 3-1896.
Little League
Boys 15; Girls 30
GORGAS HOSPITAL
Twenty five babies were born
at Gorgas : Hospital during the
week ending at midnight Mondav
according to the regular hospital
repon. miring mat same time
2H2 patients were admitted and
236 discharged.
Girl babies were born to the fol
lowing parents: SP-2 and Mrs. E
C. Gallagher Gamboa; SP3 and
Mrs. J., P. McDonald, Balboa; M
am. ana Mrs. j. j. MarKwitz. pt
Kobbe; St. and Mrs. J. L. Gar
cia, Balboa; M-Sgt and Mrs. R
F. Gillies. Kobbe: S-Sgi. nd Mrs
It. M. Martinez, Albrook; St. and
MrsE. X Prmce, Ucona; Lt
ana wrs. d k. Haar, Ft. Kobbe
Mr and Mrs. C. L. White; Pana
ma cityi Mr and Mrs. C. Goliz,
faraiso; Mr; and Mrs. D.
Martin.. Paraiso: and Mr. and
Mrs. W. Huffman, Balboa; and
SP-2 and Mrs. J. P. Quaranta. Ft
Kobbe.
Boy babies were born to the fol
lowing: Mr. 'and Vrs. R. Causa-
dias, Panama City; Maj. and
Mrs. A. W. Dodson, Ft. Kobbe;
i-sgi. ana Mrs. Jj. t. orune, ai
brook; Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Wood,
Panama City-j Mr. and Mrs. 'J. A
Carvajal, Chorrera; SP-3 and Mrs
G. R. Heath, Gamboa; Sfc. and
Mrs. K. R. Binder, Ft. Kobbe;
Mc. and Mrs. j. staiey, Ft
Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs. V. C.
Sampson, Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs.. C. E. HazeU, Panama City:
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelley, Rod
man- and Mr; and Mrs. K. Mor
ris, Panama City.
COCO SOLO HOSPITAL
Ten babies were born at Coco
Solo Hospital during the week end
ing at midnight Wednesday, July
24, according to tne regular bos
pitai report. During that same
time 85 patients were admitted
and 77 discharged.
Boy babies were born to the
following narents: Mr. and Mrs
Clement J. Moses. Colon; Mr. and
Mrs. Louis A. Austin, Gatun; and
Mr. and Mrs. .Hoses in. Raymond,
Rainbow City.
Girl babies were born to the fol following:
lowing: following: Mr. and Mrs. Fitx Gor
don'Perrott. Colon: Mr. and Mrs.
Perry A. Marsden, Colon; Mr. and
Mrs. Noel P. Major, Colon; Mr.
and Mrs. Delbert G Copeland, Co
lon; Mr. and Mrs. can h. starxe,
Margarita: Mr. and Mrs.' Paul
Richmond. Margarita: and Sfc.
and Mrs, Henry, Moler, Coco Soli'
to, v ;y .'. ;. r? j;V,'f
Ohio City To Probe
Hegro Allegations
Of Cops- Brulalify
COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPV-The
Columbus C it y Council order ordered
ed ordered an Investigation, of
charges that Negroes are .becom .becoming
ing .becoming hostile toward police officers
because of alleged brutality.
The action was taken after John
L. Francis, an attorney represent-
ins the National Association ior
the Advancement of Colored Peo People,
ple, People, tuged councilmea to invest!-!
tats ana maae 'puDuc any Hear
ings.- v
He said aneaed 'brutality by po
lice officers has resulted in "an
alarming disregard for law and
order and an attitude of fear,
hostility, uncooperativeness and
resentment.'
The council named three mem
bers of its safety committee to
meet with, the community rela
tions commission snd NAACP of-j
finals to discuss "relations -be
tween Negroes snd the police do-,
partmeat." --
Mora us a zoo HAAL.F members
appeared before council at last
night's sesioav

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Home Articles
OWNER LEAVING ISTHMUS:
. WilJ sell at lowest prices: ma
hogany chest of drawers, coffee 1
table (glass-top) 4 chairs,, din- t
ing table,' aluminum1 porch fur furniture,
niture, furniture, other household items.
Calla 46 No. 44, corner Colom Colombia,
bia, Colombia, facing park. Phone 3-1857
from 5-9 p.m.
FOR SALE; Hollywood tingle
bed complete with Simmon mat mattress
tress mattress $25fc" Quartermaster table
$5; desk and chair $9; mahdga mahdga-ny
ny mahdga-ny night stand $2; plants. 0779 0779-B,
B, 0779-B, Williamson Piece, Balboa
1852.
'FOR SALE
- VM-Hl-Fi record
records and other
. player with
turniture, excellent condition.
Owner leaving Isthmus. Contact
premises 5-7 p.m. 9084' 10th
St., Apt. 21.' r,,,
FOR SALE: Mahogany dining
table, buffet and china closet,
chest of drawers, metal tables,
miscellaneous items. Telephone
2-1357. 0936 Amador Road.
FOR SALE. i Washinr machine1,
25-cycle, Easy. Spin Dryer type;
custom-built mahogany cabinet
with sliding doors containing Na National
tional National ridio, Webcor 3 -speed
record player, emptifier, -15"
coaxial speaker. House 327 An Ancon.
con. Ancon. 2-301 1. Culebra Road, An An-con.
con. An-con. : vfo, 1
. FOR SALE: Living room set
$39; corrjplete dining room set
Including china closet and side side-aboard
aboard side-aboard $150; I complete double
beds from $39; kitchen cabinets
$39; porch sofas $ 1 9; basket
choirs $12; mattresses $15.00;
rocking chaira $16.50; alumin aluminum
um aluminum porch chaira $9.50; metal
beds 30 $7.50; metal chairs
$3.50, linoleums $6.95c House :
' hold Exchange, National Avenue
No. 41. Phone 3-491 1, 3-7348.
Unemployed Trucker
Raffles Year's
Work; Tickets $5
PITTSBORO. Miss. (UP) W. A
Mclnnis can drive a truck, oper
ate a machine or do any manual
labor. And you can have these ser
vices for a year for S5 if you are
nicny.
rne 33-year-oid, zoo-pound un
employed World War n -veteran.
who lives with his wife and three
children in their mortgaged trail
er, is trying to raffle himself off
at $5 a ticket.
The holder of a lucky ticket at
a drawing some time soon can
nave bis services for eight hours
a day, five days a week for-a
year, Mclnnis says if he and his
Editor beilers Denley announced
in the current issue of his Cal-
oun Lounty Journal at nearbv
Bruce, Miss., that Mclnnis and his
friends have already begun selling
ine ucaeis in several communities.
Mclnnis, promised thafl evarv
ticket holder would get his money
back if the raffle is not held or if
the deal falls through for mv
Denley said he is convinced Mc
inrns is sincere about the nlan
and the only trouble he has heard
01 so tar is that "some of the
women have been giving his wife
nara ume. ., t
"Thev told her thev mi.ntorf n
l: I . .. . ---
ouy uceis, : ne said.
Him. A. V. Radford
4-Sfar Rank
WASHINGTON. Jul Si VlTP'L-
m it
im nouao Armea services Com
mittee voted yesterday, to 'let
Adm. Arthur W. Radford, chair
man 01 uie joint Chiefs of Staff.
retire on a pensioa of 81543 a
year. .
This was SS .855 more than V
normally would receive hi it ta ano
less than the Eisenhower stimin-
utrsuon requested. , ,..
The bill would grant Radford
permanent rank as a' four-star ad
miral. His permanent rank now is
that of a two-star rear admiral
and he golds temporary rank of
full admiral t
He would receive a nension of
siiu montn cr 115M3 a
year. Normally a rear-admiral re
tires at three-quarters of hia base
pay. or a pension of 1807 a month
or $9,687 a year.
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concrete house, running water, 4
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Phone 3-6059, Aurelio.

Brass Hats Gape As Vertiget
Hovers On Tail Near Pentagon

WASHINGTON (UP)-Even the
Drass hats who dream up weird
war machines rubbed their eyes
today when a jet plane hovered
in the air at thePentaeon with
nothing but an invisible column of
not gas to hold it up. .' .'
In a glimpse of the future, the
Roy an X-13 vertijet rose into the
air nose"; first, from a concrete
pavement beside a lagoon at the
defense department and remained
there supported byi th exhaust
gas from its engine.
Test pilot Peter F. Gijrard, 38)
veered away from the vertical
launching, levelled ,off the Delta-
winged plane and circled Washing
ton. .... -'
Before a throng participating in
Air Force 50th-'anniversary ;eee.
b rations, he scooted back over the
lagoon and again stood the plane
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Job Cutbacks In Auto Industry t
Adds 3 Cities To 'Special' List

WASHINGTON, July 31-fUPW
ine government yesterday classi
fied Detroit.. Mich., Knoxville,
Tenn.i and Erie, Pj.,,as. areas of
"substantial" -unemoloyment be
cause of job cutbacks in automo-
Diie, machinery, metals and some
otner lactones.
The-classification, which applies
10 wausiriai areas wun e per cent
or. more of their labor force un
employed, makes tho areas eligi
ble for special treatment in get-
uiig government contracts.
The action was taken by the La
bor Department in connection with
its ; regular bi-monthly.- survey of
tne employment situation ana out
look in. the nation's J4S major in industrial
dustrial industrial areas. -.' ': i-'1
The department said 'employ 'employment
ment 'employment In i 80. per cent -of the 149
centers should increase between
now and mid-September. But it
said the exDected rise mieht be
held' to "modest Vroportions',)y
conunuea summer jod cutoacics in
a number of Industries and the
auto mdustry s model change-
overs.
.t The action on Detroit: Knoxville
and Erie broueht to 24 the num
ber of centers considered to have
substantial unemployment It
compares with 23 in that category
a year ago.
The department reported that 82
centers had ? "moderate" unem
ployment while 41 had "low" un
employment
Congress Urged To

Right To Grant Asylum To Refugees

WASHINGTON. July SI fUPV
me justice Department urged
Congress today U give President
Eisenhower permanent stand-by
autnoriry to grant asylum to refu refugees
gees refugees from Communist persecution.
Deputy Attorney General Wil-
Bim P. Rogers told a Senate Ju
diciary subcommittee on immisrs-
uon that tne president should
have "standing power to cope
wim tne proDiems 01 refugees.and
Ha referred specifically to the
exodus from Hungary following
the anti-Communist revolt last fall
He called the plight of the refu
gees "one of the most m ovine
things that has happened ia our
ume, ,3 -.
Sogers said this country is
well able to absorb" persona
like the Hungarian refugees who,
be said, "are of the type, tem
perament -nd character that can
be easily assimilstsdiaour
midst."
Temporary statutes dealing with
the refugee problem already have
expired. Eisenhower sent Congress
a special message last January
proposing permanent changes in
the immigration laws. N-
TJnder his proposals, tip to 87,888
refugees could be admitted into
; this country annually. He also pro
posed that E5.000 t etlded to the
annual quota of 154. tS! aliens ad admitted
mitted admitted as permanent residents.
- The administration's bill, intro introduced
duced introduced by Sen. Arthur V." Watkins
(-UUh), aUo would wipe out tba

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Small outboard
speedboat, new 10-bp. Evinrudo
i motor, remote control, $425,
Phone 3-2831.
FOR SALE: Cabin cruiser ia
excellent : seaworthy ; mechanical
condition, 18 Vi ft., 60-hp. en
gins. Call Albrook 86-2207, 1
Special Offers
WANTED: REST A U RANT
CONCESSIONAIRE to take over
kitchen in 'popular Canal Zone
Club-. Must be all-around chef.
Good proposition, for right per person.
son. person. For interview call Balboa
2-1414. ? Ask for manager, for
appointment.
on its tail. The exhaust splat splat-tered
tered splat-tered water in all directions.
Then he eased the jet down to
the concrete pad, hooked the nose
onto' a -crane, and came to a stop.
The X-13 is considered by many
the; forerunner of future intercep interceptors,
tors, interceptors, which will do away with the
need for long runways and com complicated
plicated complicated aircraft carrier launching
mechanisms. :
The power to rise vertically is
bound to come, as a by-product of
other aeronautical developments if
no other reason, scientists say.
If man wants to fly three times
the speed of sound, or two thous thousand,
and, thousand, miles an hour, he will hava
to put sovmncb power in his air airplane
plane airplane that the jet thrust will be
greater than' the weight of ,ihs
plane -and thus quite capable of
defeating gravitational pull with without
out without any take-off roll:
! a m-i-"a"--
It added that, most steel centers
looked for a slight increase in em-
floymemV between now and mid mid-eptember.
eptember. mid-eptember. ? But ; it said this da
pended mainly. on a rise in or orders
ders orders from automobile manufactur manufacturers
ers manufacturers for 1958 models.?
The Labor Department said most
automobile manufacturers expect
to complete production of ; 1957
cars over the next two months
and then trim their payrolls for
the changeover to new 1958 mod mod-els.
els. mod-els. ;
- 'The department anticipated em em-ployme,nt
ployme,nt em-ployme,nt increases in construc construction,
tion, construction, trade,- seasonal food process processing
ing processing and apparel factories. Minor
increases were forecast during the
next two monthSj Jn electrical ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, furniture, metals and air aircraft
craft aircraft plants, r. 1; , .
Tie department spid the decline
in automobile; factory payrolls
was responsible for rl!fintinn
of DetfoU as: vsubstanUal unem.
ployment area. Th slumn
suited in unemployment at Flint,
Mich., previously classified as an
area of "substantial" joblessness.
Employment losses in the nri.
mary metals, instrument mki
ery snd raik-oad equipment indus industries
tries industries and completion of government-clothing
contracts were re responsible
sponsible responsible for Knoxville and Erie
being classed as "iubtnHi" nn.
employment areas.-
Give Priisident
"mortgages" on future' annual
quoUs of -some countries which
were allowed to exceed their quo quoUs
Us quoUs la the past
- iVi s.X :
. Soma of these ttortgages extend
SS much SS 300 veere int
future.
In reply to questions, James
Hennessy, executive assistant to
immigration Commissioner Joseph
M. Swing, testified that about 27 -008
Hungarian refugee were ad admitted
mitted admitted into this country folio wins
the revolt.' -
v Of tW toUL be said, only 208
have returned to Hungary. 50 oa
deportation orders and the rest
voluntarily. He said he knew el
no "organised snovement" to
cause the Hungarians to reefer
to communism.
Rogers urged the subcommittee
to approve the changes ia the law
proposed oy tne President.
Turkish Bus Sheds :'
Wheel; 23 Killed
ISTAXBTX. Turkey. JnfV n
fUP) Local poli;a reported a -persons
killed and tight in Hired (
today when a bus eamrin'g 2
passenger crashed ar.d bvrted om
th road frota Istanbul to Edirne.
The report said the front right'
wheel fell off whOo the bos was
taint down a steep hid.

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Castillo Armas'
Death Tragic
Loss. Ike Says

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IWASHINGTON, July 31 U?)
iPtesident Eisenhower, at his
ews conference today said
th' assassination of President
TCsrlos Castillo Armas of Gfla-
temala was a traric lost to the
! western world.
4!
t In a brief extemporaneous
1 statement opening his news
conference Eisenhower added
Uthat Castillo Armas was a
w champion of freedom and a
Jsiyrone anti-Communist
4Ii
f He said be was sure all citi citizens
zens citizens of the United States and
' all the people of the Americas
hare the feelings of deep re-
rret felt here over tne uuate:
Waller F. George
Seizure
Through Tenacity
VIENNA. Ga.. July 31 (UP)
Former Sen. Walter F. George
critically ill with a heart ailment,
?survived a grave crisis Monday
night only because of his great
aireheth and tenacity," his doctor
Mnnriav nisht.
' Dr. Martin L. Mallow, the
George family physician, said the
statesman has "hovered near
death" several times in his latest
illness, and that he almost died
las night.
' There was some improvement
yesterday morning but his condi condition
tion condition in midafternoon was describ
ed is "very grave."
Dr. J. Willis Hurst of '-Atlanta,
who treated the ex-Senator during
a 12-day stay at Emory University
Hosoitai last month, revealed to
day that George had an attack of
chest cams July z, ana tnax
since that time there i has been
an increase of his shortness of
breath.
The ailment was diagnosed as
coronary atheroscleross, a con constricting
stricting constricting of the blood vessels feed
ing the heart.
George's turn for the worse was
made public yesterday. He has
been resting at his home here
$i"ce his release from the hospi-
"After deciding not to seek re reelection
election reelection to the. Senate in 1956, the
veteran legislator was selected as
President Eisenhower's personal
representative to the United Na Nations
tions Nations Treaty Organization. He was
is Washington when he was
gricken last month.
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WASHINGTON, July SI (UP)
Sen, Wayne Morf (D-Ore) block blocked
ed blocked a move today to interrupt the
Senate s three-weeks-oid civil
rights debate to permi' action on
a series of urgent money bills and
other non-controversial legislation.
His objection to the "cease fire
came amid some of the sharpest
Senate debate yet on President
Eisenhower's civil rights legisla
tion.
Northerners heatedly denounced
race conditions in the South and
the Southerners bewailed anti-Ne
gro riots in the North.
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn
don B. Johnson (Tex) broke into
the exchanges to propose that the
Senate set aside the civil rights
bill for a day or so to allow the
Senate to act on stymied legisla
tion like the Defense and Agricul
ture Departments appropriations
bills. ..
Johnson previously obtained
agreements to his proposal from
Senate Repub'ican Leader William
F. Knowland (Calif), chief, spori-
sor of the President s bill, and
from Sen. Richard B. Rusioll (D-
Ga), the leader of the Southern
opposition to the measure.
But Johnson Drougnt nis propos
al to the Senate floor under a pro
cedure that requ red unanimous
consent for approval. Morse s lone
objection was sufficient to scuttle
the move.
Morse told th Senate that he
can think of no more appropriate
time to finish this historic consti
tutional debate than right now.
"Now's the time ot fight it out
here on this front line on civil
rights," he said. He said there
should be "no truce no armistice
until the "civil righta battle is won
or lost.
He noted the argument or sen
ti leaders that ouitk Senate ac
tion is needed on defense and
sericulture iDDroDfiatiens But he
said "I'm not scared by this
carecro.v
I don't think any department
is going to collapse if it doesn i
get its appropriation by Aug. 1,"
he said.
iuiIHm the defense and agricul
ture money bills, Johnson had
hoped to obtain Senate action on
a resolution to perw.'t government
agencies for which appropriations
have not yet been voted to con continue
tinue continue to spend funds at their pres present
ent present rate.
These agencies include the Inter-
II. Y. Firm Apparent
Low Bidder For CZ
Conversion Project
An apparent low bid of $1,432,-
228 was entered by tne consoli consolidated
dated consolidated International Electric Co.,
Ind., N. Y., on the work of eon eon-verting'
verting' eon-verting' from 25 to M cycles all
frequency-sensitive domestic, coiri coiri-mercial
mercial coiri-mercial and Industrial equipment
in the Pacific Area. The Electric
Service Co. of Balboa came in a
close second with a bid of $1,469, $1,469,-142.
142. $1,469,-142. The bids an the important proj project
ect project were opened Monday in the
Administration Building by Lt.
Gov. Hugh M. Arnold.' Yesterday,
the bids were analyred and the
bid items checked to aetermine
the lowest l;mp sum offered by
each company.
hW romnaniea making oners
Included the A-Brigbt Electric
Co. of Dallas. Tex.; L. I. Wald Wald-man
man Wald-man and Co., Inc. of Long Wand
City, N.Y.; Sachse Electric Inc.,
of ffiatoa Rouge, La.; and L. R.
Sommer, of Balboa.
The Sachse Co. is currently en engaged
gaged engaged in conversion work in the
Atlantic area aadt he Sommer Co.
is converting quipmenl in the
Canal Zone central area.
The PaciGe area conversion will
Include the towns of Ancon, Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, Balboa Heights, La Boca Dia-j
M Hairhu and Los Rios. Conver
sion work under this contract al
so is scheduled for uorozai Hospi Hospital,
tal, Hospital, the Immigrtioa Station, the
West Ferrv Slip, the West Side
Lighthouse Line and the Balboa
Ham mult
. The project is a major phase of
the current Pacama Canal power
coversioa. Upon its completion
within approximately three years;
or.ctieallY all frequency-sensitive
domestic, commercial and indus
trial equipment in the Caul Co.
Uvbs will be operating on f-y-clt
urro.
Zoo Gnu New
CHICAGO (UP) -No gnus Is
bad news. So saM the Braokfield
Zo Monday, as ,Jt aaaounced

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know tfye truth and the country is safe' "Abraham Lincoln.
"PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1957

Insists

Kept On gnM&l!QM

national Cooperation Administra
tion. which admkisters the for
eign aid program and the Atomic
Energy Commission.
Other legislation stymied by the
civu ngnts aeDaie was a diu 10
extend the Small Business Admin
istration beyond its expiration
date next 'Thursday. But Morse
said Congress "can reinstate it"
later even if its existence official
lv ends.
Before Morse's ob.iection, the
House took quick action to send
this emergency resolution to the
Senate.
Morse's objection came after
hours of negotiation between John
senj Knowland and Russell. Al
though a g r e e i n g to an "arm
istice, Knowland saia alter, a
White House visit that he, was pre
pared to fight the civil rights
battle "all winter" if necessary.
Russell touched off a heated
floor, squabble by telling Republi
can senators they should not oe
dragooned', by the President in
to voting against the pending
amendment to provide for jury
trials in criminal contempt cases.
He said that Knowland at first
told, the Senate that the. White
House intended to' keep hands off
the civil riehts fight. But he added
that Knowland later brought word
that Eisenhower "was standing
firm" agaUft the, Jury trial
amendment;
"Now we are told the. heat is
on," Russell said. "Today we are
told that no-Republican can think
for voting for anything as-elemental
as a Jury trial .because
too President might call him on
the phone."
He called upoa Republican sen
ators to refuse to "be dragooned
in this fashion.' He added that
"men can and will rise above
pressure.'
The Senate w,s expected to
vote later this week on he jury
trial amendment, proposed by
Sen. Joseph C. O'Mahoney (D
Wyo). Knowland and other all-out
supporters of the President's bill
have predicted the proposal will
be defeated.
Anotner lloor squabble, one of
he most heated in the three week
old debate, was touched off when
Sen. Paul H.-Douglas (D-ll) men mentioned
tioned mentioned the race riots a few years
ago in Cicero, 111., and a facial
disturbance in Chicago last Sun
day. - i
He told the Senate that Chicago
has a "very real problem in the
reiaionslup between- the races.
But he said Negroes in Chicago
vote in elections and are not seg
regated in public buses, schools
or playgrounds.
Noting the Illinois riots, Rusell
interrupted to shout:
"What would have been the, pub
lie reaction throughout the United
States if those riots had taken
place in- Georgia. They would
have been publicized to high heav'
en. implore the senator from
Illinois not to have any more race
riots until we get- through with
this legislation.'
A burst of laughter came from
the crowded galleries.
Russell denounced Douglas tor
what he s aid was his "sancti "sanctimony,
mony, "sanctimony, hypoericy, and holier than
thou attitude. He' also comment commented
ed commented that a race riot In Detroit dur during
ing during World War II cost many lives
and required quelling by federal
troops.
Sens. Charlea E. Potter (R (R-Mich)
Mich) (R-Mich) ad jpat MeNamara (D-
Mieh) immediately came .to the
defense of Detroit authorities.
Pan-American
Highway Notes
1931 Mexico inaugurates
her first paved section of the
Pan American Hirhway rem
Laredo, Texas to Mexico city.
in tne same year, the Inter Inter-I
I Inter-I American Conference for the
Matntastance of Peace,, meet meeting
ing meeting in Baenoa Aires, drafted
an International agreement to
peed the completion f the
roadwav ttnktaf all tho Amer Americas.
icas. Americas. Tha United States rati ratified
fied ratified the Pan American High Highway
way Highway ronventloa the next year.
Ratifications also followed
from Bolivia. Colombia Costa
Rica Chile. EI Salradatv Gua Guatemala,
temala, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua,
Panama, and Para.
This week mora than 450 rep-
raaentaturta Trom the US, Latin
America, and Canada irreet in
Panama for the Seventh Pan
American, Highway Congreas.
Prpgrem reports from roads and
transport authorities will be pre

sented, as wall aa plant for clos closing
ing closing the last caps in the inter inter-eon
eon inter-eon tinentaJ paa AtrfKym men-
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Civil

Leopold s Clemency Plea
Turned Down By Governor

SPRINGFIELD, 111., July 31
(UP) Gov. William G. Stfatton
yesterday denied executive clemen
cy and freedom by Christmas for
Nathan Leopold, the thrill killer
of the "crime of the century."
In a flat turndown, the governor
left Leopold with only the slim
hope he had nourished for the last
eight years of his 33 years in
prison a parole if and when the
parole board changes its mind or
its membership.
Leopold. 52 and stricken by di-
aoetes and a heart ailment, has
already asked for parole three
times without success. Stratton
said he can do so again "at any
time ne desires.
In 1924, Leopold ioined with
Richard Loeb. another brilliant
millionaire's son, in the murder
of 14-year-old Bobbj Franks in
Chicago. They wanted to find how
it felt to commit a perfect crime.
iiopins ior mercv and ennvinpri
he has suffered enough. Lennnlri
heard his hopes crushed in a radio
Broadcast at Stateville Fentiten-
uary.
An hour after Stratton's an
nouncement in SnrinefUlit !..
pold appeared briefly at the bars
of Stateville's main gate No. 2.
"Ladies and e4ntlemn. t' m inr.
ry i naven i a thing to say today,"
he said. "I'll see you all tomor
row at 10 o'clock in the morning
if you care to come.
After scheduline his nrisnn
conference for today, he bowed
nis anorv stuhhy figure, smiled,
and turned back toward the main
prison area, un his left rear poc
ket was stenciled the number. 03
06-D.
Earlier Stateville Warden Jo-
sepn Kagen brought Leopold offi official
cial official word of the governor's ac action.
tion. action. Leopold, perhaps the most
notorious convict behind bars, took
the news like an iron man.
"He. did not weep there was
no physical reaction," Ragen said.
Leopold had begged Stratton
and the Pardon Board to "show
me the murpy 1 did not show...
I have had 12,000 days to carry
my guilt in my soul 12,000 nights
to be bitterly remorseful."
Stratton retorted "It is not
enough to show mercy.
''Safeguard Tha P !."
The governor must exercise
vigilance to safeguard the people
of the state. At U e same time he
must do justice to the prisoner
who has demonsraed fitness to
cuiiie n piace in iree society
and thus bromote the reform of
omers paying the price the state
has exacted for heir crimes.
"I concur in the unanimous rec recommendation
ommendation recommendation of the Pardon Board
ana aecune to interfere with the
sentences of Nahan F. Leopold
4
"Despie Stratton's ruline that
ecutiye clemency "would not 7 be
warranea. Leooold'i stfnnvv
V oeuve u opens ,tne door
w Buouisr crj iro rree.iom."
The attorney. Elmer r..rt
emerged from a eonfrna ni.
iopoia ai stateville and said he
wwild; study Stratton', statement.
It was not what we expected,"
he said.
Popular sentiment hmJ k.,,1,
, i . ...
in favor of Leopold's freedom,
even though the murder of the
Franks boy in Chicago had been
called the "crime of the century"
and had shocked a nation. There
were even uat newspaper reports
that Leopold would go free.
Warden Ragen. commented
"Leopold's status now is the same
as yesterday or a month ago. He
is still eligible for a bearing from
the parole board. What the parole
board does is its business."
Stratton said much the aam.
Leopold may ask once again for
parole. The parole board may
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grant him a hearme if it wishes.
It may then decide whether Leo-
pom should be released under su
pervision if it so wishes.
Leopold had hoped for much
lore. He had asked Stratton to
more. He had asked Stratton to
commute his 85-yetr kidnaping
... 1 u : l : r j
to 64 vears each. With Ktatntnrv
time off for good behavior, that
,om t u i m
manrfreVVpaToli boTd su
vision, dv next Dec. 10.
Leopold was 19 vears old. the
pampered son of a miUionaire,
n versitgyro?c1fcatti?h ."neJr!
i'
His partner in murt'er, Loeb, 18,
was equally brilliant and rich and
DerhaDs more riem-avoi Th in.
timate friends decided to pick a
little boy at random and kill him.
Their mntivotn nrnv, in th.m.l
selves that chey were above the
law, that they could commit a
perfect crime, eet awsv with m
and preserve a detached, scienti-
lie anltuae throughout.
In short, they wanted to savor
the thrill of being "supernien."
On Mav 21. 1924. thev hired s
rented car and lured Bobby
Franks, son of a retired indus-
trialist into it. Bobby was killed
by chisel blows driven into his
skull. Both Leopold and Loeb later
claimed the other did the killing,
The "supermen" were captured
wun ease. Leopold's glasses were
round near Bobby's body, just as
th young killers were demanding
$10,000 ransom from the boy's
father. A team of newspaper re-
Eorters traced a ransom note to
eooold's tvnewrilpr I
Clarence Darrow, one of the most
famous lawyers of his time, saved
the boys from dealh. Judge John
caveriy, in passing sentence, said
ne hoped -Leopold and Loeb would
die in prison
Loeb, a sexual deviate, fulfilled
Caverly's wish. He was slashed
to death in a 1936 prison brawl.
Leopold started his bid for free-
don' in 1949, when then-Gov. Ad-
lai Stevenson commuted his kid kidnaping
naping kidnaping sen' -e becau-e Of his
work as a 'an guinea, pig in
World War il malaria experi experiments.'
ments.' experiments.' Four times since. Leopold has
asked for parole or clemency and
been denied the last time yester
day.

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Military

Airspace
WASHINGTON. Julv 31 (TJP)-
The Civil Aeronautics Board told
the military services today they
must stop grabbing airspace need-;
ea ny commercial airliners.
This was the cist of a CAB or
der which gave the head of the
Civil Aeronautics Administration
almost complete authority to par parcel
cel parcel out airspace. 1
In effect, it revoked the' rieht
of the military to declare' vast
areas "oif-limits" to commercial
air traffic.-; Such lirspace restric restrictions
tions restrictions henceforth will require CAB
approval, except in the case of
an enemy anacK.
In issuing the order, the ; CAiB
verbally spanked the military 'for
encroaching on civilian air routes.
Present regulations allow the Air
Force, Navy and Army to keep
civilian transports out of areas
deemed vital to n? clonal defense,
"It was never intended that this
section would be used to justify
non-compiianco with air traffic
rules in such operations as con-
Doctors How Doubt
Halsey Suffered
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jINjif G Ull jUllOd ff
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NEW YORK, July 31 VV
'"wml-m Sm
old Fleet Adm. William F. (Bull)
W tnt-2f 2
--"j
erebral hemorrhage. :
y.'"
ST Z'tyy, ".S
struck him Sunday tb his summer
home on Fishers Island, In Long
Island Sound.
After Halsey was flown" to the
city for treatment, an aide said
he had suffered, a slight paralysis
that affected his sneech.
The physician attending him at
the hospital said it would oe a
"mistake" to say Halsey had suf-
fered a stroke. He said he did not
oeiieve ne was siricKen oy a cere
brl hemorrhage either.
"We have not determined exact
lv what his illness, was," the doc
tor said, "but it was hot too se;
rious."
The doctor, who refused use of
his name, said Halstv was up ana
walking around in his hospital
room and ate a hxarty breakfast
unaided. Halsey's progress during
I tne next lew aays win determine
wnen ne win oe awe to leave ,tne
hospital, the doctor said.
The admiral's exploits in the
Pacific made him one of the
Navy's most celebrated heroes
He commanded the 3rd Fleet dur
ing World War- II, leading it in
some of the greatest victories in
naval history. The Japanese for-
many surrendered aDoara nis nag
snip, tne u.&.s. Missouri
Halsey retired in 1947 after 47
years of 'active duty. He became
a director of the International
Telephone and Telegraph Corp. 'he
also has served as chairman of
the board of AH America Cables
and Radio, an IT and T subsidia subsidiary.
ry. subsidiary. Recently, Halsey has heed lead leading
ing leading a drive to preserve the car carrier
rier carrier Enterprise, one of his former
flagships, as a national shrine. He
had been scheduled to testify in
Washington for legislation to spare
the ship from the scrap pile.

Snatch Of Civilian

Under Fire By CAB

tinuing ; training activities,'. the
CAB declared. ':
CiyU ,and mUitary. aviation off
dais have been feuding; for years
over the latter' insistence on
blocking out huge'- chunks of air airspace
space airspace for flight and gunnery train training.
ing. training. ,
- A recent report. to. Congress in indicated
dicated indicated there were at least 500
such areas marked out-of-bounds
to commercial traffic. Many of
tbem cut into regular civil air-
lanes and required extensive de
tours.
In some cases, the military
merely advised the commercial
carriers to stay away trom cer
tarn alrlanes. In others, the con
flicts over restricted designations
were handled bv special airspace
panel committees composed of
government, military and civil
aviation representatives.,.
" But the CAB rcort noted that
such committees require a unani
mous vote. : 'i
"Compromises resulting from
the need to obtain unanimous
agreement before action could be
taken have not always oeen in
the public iterest," the board
added.. .. :
The CAB. which invited com
mntt on its1 nrooosal Within 35
davs. called airspace "a natiinal
resource... rapidly diminishing." It
said the situation had become' so
acute that "the government can
'Bachelor' Ike
Plays 9 Holes,
Sees Ball Game
WASHINGTON, July 31 (UP)
President : Eisenhower.- a "sum
mer bachelor'' this week, went out
with the boys last night watch
the Washington-Senators play the
Chicago White Sox, v v
The chief executive, who ; saw
hi rif off for-.a trin to Denver
Monday got together party of
nearly 20 friends ana wnite nouw
staff members for a trip to Grif Griffith
fith Griffith Stadium.
Earlier in theday, .be blayed
nine holes of golf at Burning Tree
Club He. returned to his offic
afterward to confer with r Acting
Secretary of State Christian a,
rierter..- - -v .- g, t,
The game under the. lights was
tha second of the season for the
President. He pitched out the' tra traditional
ditional traditional first ball at the opening
of the season oere oeiween nasn-
- . t t a itr l
ini?ton and the .Baltimore Orioles.
Eisenhower aboarentlv decided
to lend the S e n a t o r s his moral
support in their struggle to cumo
out of the American League cel cellar.
lar. cellar. Their opponents for the night
are challenging the .. New York York-Yankees
Yankees York-Yankees for the league lead.
Friends accompanying the Presi
dent on the ball park expedition
included three men prominent in
the; world of finance here George
E. Allen, Robert V. F,lemmiag
and James H: Lemon,
Gen. Alfred M. Gruenther. head
of the American Red Cross, was
another, guest, plus such ranking
members of the White Hosue staff
as Wilton B. Persons, deputy as assistant.
sistant. assistant. Press. Secretary James C.
Haeertv and 'Appointment Secre
tary Bernard Shanjey,

no longer accommodate jdt"of tht
I needs of individual users."-

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son why an "appropriate author authority'
ity' authority' must determine which- of the
airspace users has the most .need
for areas in dispute. fc ':' ;
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Real Teamwork
SOMERS. Iowa (UP) '--Base
ball manager Ed McNeil (decided
his second basematr needed a
change. So he Jnarried her.!- Mc-.
NeQ pilots the Cedar Valley High,
School girl's softb all, team.1
Jaime R. Correa who Is in
charge of ship operations for
Panama Agencies- Company,
Ballboa, departs today on the
Grace Line passenger snip
SANTA LUISA for New York.
correa was chosen to parti
cipate in the Grace Line train
ing program for outstanding
Latin American- employes of the
oraca organization to better
eaulp them for; future manage
ment responsibilities; ? ;
The Grace policy is to extend
all possible assistance In de
veloping Latin personnel to hold
key positions. The newly orga-
mzea training program is a
further step la thl direction. :
WeatlTtirlOWotli
, U hours ending I a.m. today, -;
ir prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorolo-'
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