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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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WhiiHduse Wails

'; WASHINGTON,-Aug. 1 (UP) ThavWhite House
pleaded, with -tht Senate today for aictioit to enable
irnpoyerjsheo! government'agencies to rnoet thelr-Aug-ust
payrolls. J A 7
rtht civil 'tight Rebate which hat been going on
-for more than three weeks has put the Senate' so far
'behind in its' regular' wprk that the Defense Depart Department
ment Department and several other agencies &re scraping the bot bottom
tom bottom of the money barreU ' - 1

Tn Medal statement, he
-White House said that a ol .today
military disbursing ottices tnrougn
nut the world have no legal au
thority to pay ; seryicemen being
mintm-prf nut 1 '
' As for the effect on -pay for
"man (in lit snr vie. Press Secre
tary James C. Hasevty said this
' questions it beinf examined and
' itv may be possibk. to: shift, cerr
tain-tmifls. w c y
; ..The White, House renewed Pres President
ident President Eisenhower's plean trf yes yesterday
terday yesterday fpr speedy Senate action
to break up a logjam" on appro appro-'
' appro-' priauons bills ; that have been
blocked by, the fight overj; civil
ri"his. ? i
''Oi'Cc:::tI;B::d
Wf
7. ... r.n-iv4 MrVlA rasTieit'
r n)nn rhpir of her dead step
Jndlather today faced! the
'--JboA' MagistrateV Court on a
of obtaining money unr
de false xittfoeaMtL?. W.;'
' The court was, inclined to be
loniBnt. towards the Panama
nian defendant. learl -Prescott
because the- Judge- found. that
she apparently had not been mo
tivated by gree(L,-f ri, -Given
a" 15-day suspended Jail
sentence, the woman waa-r also
. niarorf on bn vear raobatldn On
the condition that she does not
violate thr la ws ? of Panama or
the-'Cftnal Zone,and also that
she makes restitution of. $45 to
the government.
- The defendant toM the Judge
that she had beett given power
of attornev ?'W-;Jer." aeceasea

step-grandfather.' Edward John,
after he was fetired from the
Canal service for disability She
admitted cashing check dated
. Jnne an. for 445 after he died on

June 14, to pay. for JiU funeral
-. She promises to "make restltu-l
j on,, to me government oy
In sentencing her, the .Judge
remarked;'" ;.v-'v.f 4Jv--t-"What
you have done la some some-thin?
thin? some-thin? quit bad. There are many
people in the samei position who
have- avoided : temptation. How-
e ver, ..the court will grant you
some Jeniency. because you tookl
the' money for burial expenses."
Cooled By
!i SANTIAGO. DE CUBA, Ang, 1
(UP Thirty women were ariest ariest-ed
ed ariest-ed and hundreds of others -were
drenched with tire hoses yesterday
- for demopstrating against the gov government
ernment government of Pres. FulgencioBa FulgencioBa-tista
tista FulgencioBa-tista during a visit by new
Ambassador Earl E. T. Smith.
The women, dres$d in Diacx.
sang the Cuban national anthem
and chaa'ed "Freedom, Free Freedom!".
dom!". Freedom!". The demonstration was
staged la d Cespedes Park, be before
fore before the city, -while Smith wa
calling a city Mayor Maximo
Torres. v - r r--
- r-- Police tried twice unsuccessfully
to break up (he demonstration be before
fore before resorting to the use of fire
hoses. While being doused. Some
of th women knelt in the park
and others took shelter in the
doors of adioining tuildings. But
uaen the leiuge ot water' ceSsed

flI'riorto tbe 4mbiSsador's ar
'-w;tivai at the City Htli, police be be-.
. be-. jtan arrestirg on sigt ail women
":. wearing black.' ... Fnoicrripbers
. vere irw) aa from tie area.i

1r amHciior im?ed most

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Donory,

. More than hah the federal gov
ernment was technically out of
hirsiness.'
But official of such Vital agen agencies
cies agencies as the Defense Department,
Atomic Energy Commission, for foreign
eign foreign aid program and Agriculture
Department carried on bravely; al almost
most almost nonchalantly.'-
They know Congress has never
before failed to pump new life life-giving
giving life-giving dollars into their depart departments
ments departments and were 'confident vrt will
do so in time to, vert any major
Shutdowns. j'
Funds for these, and, a few oth other
er other agencies, representing more
than, half tne federal budget, ran
out at midnight last night because
Congress has not completed work
on their 'new appropriations! The
civil rtsMs battle hits Worked
tolw. t- votif IfiCMilrSiOi... (J ..(Jt'iiil-
ing authority until' their regular
appropriations come throuen.
i- c.,. rnA...t, r i.j.l
aon- p., jonnvon ( tex. t piannea to
seek final action today .on the reg
lar Defese and Agriculture an
propi-.atios, which alone total
more than half the annual budg
et. They have cleared all other
hurdles and Senate action ; sent
them to the White House. That
should save those two bia .de
partments from serious embar
rassment. ... -y:;
w.
: BONN'Xermany, -Aug. 1 (UP)
A West German Government
spokesman today categorically de
nied that west German ooiections
to ground inspection were holding
up the London disarmament talks.
Federal Press Chief Felix Von
Eckardt said .Western : Germany
had made no representations of
this nature to the Conference, and
had in fact reached agreement in
principle recently with its NATO
partners on a European inspection
cone scheme which would include
around insoection.
- This agreement was reached at
a NATO Council n-eeting. in far-
is about ten days ago, Eckardt
said. -.'1 1 :
Reoorts froni London said West
ern Germany was reluctant te ac
cept Soviet ground Inspection sta stations
tions stations on its territory while France
was opposed to going ahead with without
out without German participation.
side the City Ball at the time.'
But the civilian nd military 'aides
Who accompanied him en his pree-i
ent four-day air tour of Cuba, wit witnessed
nessed witnessed the scene from the City
Hall steps. -On
leaving the City Hall after
calling on Mayor Maximo Torres,
Smith waved and smiled to the
demonstrators ai-ri spoke briefly
te several el them .who ap.
preached his car
Only yestetlay the government
newspaper Tiempo of Havana
warned Jiat the ambas ldor's trip
( Santiago, where rebel leader
Fidel Castro has considerable fol
lowing, would be used by govern
ment opponents H create disturb-
anres.
The ambauador's party of eight
persons included his wife, the far farmer
mer farmer television actress Florence
Pritchett, and S4veis civilian and
military aides. They arrived this
morning from Havana in a VS.
Air Force plane. v
- The airport and the highway
leading from .there to the -city
wert fatroled. Tbe ambaasador
and his party weie -welcomed to'

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BLESSED EVENT Italian actress Olna Lollobrigida gazes
fondly at her infant sonMirko, at the Salvator Mundi in Rome,
where the baby was born,. The new arrival weighed six
pounds, seven ounces. -It was the first child for the 29-year-old
; actress and he? husband, pr. Mirko Skofic. .iz?...-.-,y.

Ct Brass, Clerg On Hand

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54ruayOcean
Trip Ftom CZ
Ends In Fla.
FORT WALTON BEACH, Fla
(UP) A lean, suntanned Dutch
man, undaunted by the triala of a
54-day ocean iournev from the
Canal Zone, said he will set out
today through tbe-inland Water
way to meet his pregnant wife in
in or in Carolina. . :
j An Air Force crash boat towed
Albert Kooystra'i 36 foot motor
sailer to port Tuesday from about
a mile offshore, where he an anchored
chored anchored Monday night, believing he
was off Alabama.. ?:--;ii :"-': .-
Koovfttra. -5T- from Amctenfam.
'Holland, said he set out from
Cristobal, Canai Zone, on June 6,
hoping te cross to Cuba, then
come to Florida and sail up the
coast to Wilmington. N, C. where
hir wife awaits him.
He said he ran aground on an
island off Nicaragua where In Indians
dians Indians on the island ransacked his
boat, stealing some of his provi provisions
sions provisions and stripping away part of
his sails. He thereupon decided to
head for the U S. roast instead of
risking strong tides on the route to
Cubs.-
Kooystra -said he ate his last
food : and drank his last water
more than a day out of nort.' He
had been living on dried beans.
split peas and fish he caught with
Jure- made from part ot a to
bacco tin. He also was out of
motor fuel, v ..
A fisherman spotted the little
Vessel anchored off here and re
ported it to the Air Force at
Eelia .field.'
Tbe Dutchman, who speaks good
English, said his wife had trav traveled
eled traveled with him on a vagabond voy
age around ibe Mediterranean anu
to Sooth America, but became
pregnant in Cristobal and flew to
Wilmington to await him.
He sold a notel in Amsterdam,
because taxes wen getting too
high": bought the boat in Eng
land, and set out on a cruise to
Spain, Italy, Africa and across
the South Atlantic to South .Amer .America,
ica, .America, he said. .. , v
Sraall A-Bomb
Detonation ..
Put Off Again
LAS VEGAS, Nev.. Aug. ; t
(UP) Detonation of a -below
nominal" nuclear device from a
500-foot tower hs been delayed
another 34 hours because of weath weather
er weather conditions.
The Atomic Energy Commission
yesterday for the third time re rescheduled
scheduled rescheduled the shot tlth in the
summer test writ! for 4:45 a.m.
PDT tomorrow,
&intiit ttiA nrnTirlMt wind
today would" hve carriH fa
ovr the powiialed areas of rio-i
che and Alamo, Ht.

' : (NEA Radlo-Telephofol

Trial
Lt.: Gov.. Hugh. 'Arnold wa a a-mont
mont a-mont the spectators in Balboa
Magistrate's Court today as a
case of flu delayed the trial of
an American engineer accused
of stealing two items from the
- Also in the crowded courtroom
were Canal Zone Episcopal Bish
op R. Heber Gooden, Dean Main
ert "J., Peterson. Rev. 1 William
Baldwin ana three Panama Ca
nal engineers, all of whom were
summoned as defense witnesses
in the case..
': r: k ;
The case against Thomas 8
McKibbon, 58, was continued to
day until Monday morning after
the-government stated thatde-
tecuve A. Hermanny. complain
ing witness,, was confined to
quarters with a bad case of the
flu.
The as Involved the .theft of
three packages of cheese and
two cans of tick powder worth
ft toUl Of $2.73,
The gaunt' elderly defendant
who posted $25 bail was repre represented
sented represented by attorney Woodrov 4e
Castro. ; -t,V 7
When a two-week continuance
of the case -was asked fn order
that it might be tried by -Judge
JohnE. Dening, who leaves next
week for i snort tour of duty
with the' Army, defense counsel
objected. :,y n
De Castro told the filled court courtroom
room courtroom that his client was wider
a i tremendous "nervous strain"
and he wouldn't want the mat matter
ter matter held in abeyance or so long
After' a telepone consultation
with Cristobal Magistrate Judge
E. I.- P. Tateiman, judge Deming
announced that the case could
be tried Monday at 8:30 a.m. by
xateim&n.
Adm. 'Bull'
'Doina Very Well'
After Bralii Soasm
-NEW tork; 'Aug; 1 (UP
Fleet Adm. William- T. (Bull)
Halsey was reported "oulte im-
n roved" and "doing" vert well"
today at Doctors Hospital where
he was admitted late Monday
for what first had "been describ
ed as ft cerebral hemorrhage.
- 1
A spokesman for the 74-year-old
naval hero said he mlht
have suffered "c e re bra!
spasm." rather than a cerebral
hemorrhage, as had been report
ed initially by the hospital. Hai Hai-sey.
sey. Hai-sey. the spokesman said was "up
an around." taking regular meals
and "feeling .very well"
The spokesman said the retir
ed officer should be out of the
hospital "In a few days."
Halsey was reported to have
become Ul while spending
we
wpespna on rumers iuuia in.
'Long Uiand Sound,

Rep. Flood
On Panama

President Opens
7th Pan American
Highway Congress
The Seventh Pan-American
Hiehwav Congress, was official
ly inaugurated this morning by
President Ernesto ae la uuar uuar-dia,
dia, uuar-dia, Jr- following the invoca
tion by Msgr, Paul Bernler,
Papal Nuncio to Panama and
dean of the local diplomatic
corps.
In his brief opening remarks.
the Prex'dent predicted that
the conference, which would
deal chiefly with financing the
Darien Gap of the Inter-Amer
ican Highway, would be a suc
cess. .
Mexican delegate, Komuio u
Farrell, chairman of the per
manent highway -i committee
followed the forfal -opening of
the congress with a speech in
which he declared that his
onntrv was dlsnosed to rontri-
bute to tne unai. stuaies ana uie
construction of the Darien Gap
in accordance with whatever
formula fa worked out by the
Congress- y i
The Wgnway partey unoni-
daily aotv underway yesterday
with the Teeistrauon 'or "ci
(ratetf"anrobserverS.'a 'meeting
Of the permanent committee
and preliminary meeting of tne
chairmen Of tne amerens alle allegations.
gations. allegations. ; '
Following today's lnaugura:
session, at which speeche? were
also delivered bv Panama Min
ister of Public Works Roberto
Lopez Fabrega, by Francisco J.
Fernandez, representing the Or Organization
ganization Organization of American States
and Francisco Rivas Lazaro,
chairman Of the Venezuelan
delegation, thesession was ad adjourned.
journed. adjourned. The delegates then attended
a buffet luncheon offered by
President de la Guardia at the
Presidencla.
The first plenary session of
the congress was scheduled for
this afternoon to hear reports
from the different permanent
committees and the naming of
committees.
CZ Post Of f ices
Up Rental Rates
On Lock Boxes
Rental ra'.es on Canal Zone Post
Office lock boxes are beng in increased
creased increased from 25 cents to $2 at all
Canai Zone l-ost offices, branches
and units, it has been announced
by the Postal Division. The in
crease will become effective im im-medately.
medately. im-medately. r
Box holders who formerly paid
75 cets- per quarter now will be
required to pay $1. Those paying
$1 will pay; $1.50. An increase of
54 cents was inade on $1.50 boxes
and an increase of $1 on ? box boxes.
es. boxes. The few-boxes -renting for
have been increased to $3 and $4.
Boxholders who have paid box
rent in advance will not be re required
quired required to pay the difference be between
tween between the old and new rate fori
the period advance payments were
made.-

Grf v Yopr Teeth To Quit Smoking; There

y PATRICIA WIGGINS
WASHINGTON, Aug. 1 (UP)
Want to quit smoking? May as
wll ffria and bear it then because
experts say there s no magic jor
mula.
. You 'could try munching mints,
having a baby, going to JaU wr
oerhaoa "osychologizing yoursen.
But experts agree mat wiu power
is the best cure of alL -
Dr. Lerov E. Burney, chief
the VS. Public -Health Service,
who has announced there is in increasing
creasing increasing evidence linking cigarette
smoking to lung cincer, said:
"If vw rieterminM
lust ftirh ywr ttetfc and ut.
There's s Mfucoa" tfrney
smakea aUaw.
Dr. Robert Felix, director of the
National Institute of MeUl Health
said: "There's ao niagie formula.
I wish there were; I d make a for
tune."
But Felix, a Mychiatnst and ex
pert ia the field ef addiction, ooes
have tips, which might sake the
gavuig up easier:

Comments
Veep's Rally

WASHINGTON, Aug. I (UP)-
ftep. Darnel j. Flood commented
in the appendix of the "Coa
gressional Record" today on the
recent demonstration in Panama
City against the President of the
repuDiic,
"Mr. Speaker," the Congress'
man said, "I am sure that I
voice the sentiment of our en entire
tire entire Congressional membership,
both House and Senate, and
their expression of regret con concerning
cerning concerning news of the, demonstra-:
tlon on July 24, 1957, in Panama
City, against president Ernesto
de la Guardia, Jr., of the Repub
lic ot Panama.,,
"Our general impression ,has
been that President de la
Guardia, a successful business businessman
man businessman and conservative In char character,
acter, character, has been discharging his
duties as President of the re re-.
. re-. public with firmness and dig
nity. We are surprised at this
organised' protest led by the
First Vice President.
A11 of this Illustrates the vis
ion and wisdom of the architects
and authors of the Hay-Bunau
Varilla treaty of Nov. 18, 1903,
which conferred on the United
States complete authority and
sovereignty over the Canal, Zone
and Panama Canal in perpetui
... XI. I I i. i..
iot. vii niat uasu, uie coiiauruu-i
uwi ui jvn waterway antj its
suDsequent operation -were; nn
deakethe
wCerUlniyj '. th Canal zone
should never be permitted to be
come the theater of revolution
ary j -movements, which unfor. unfor.-tunately
tunately unfor.-tunately occur at times in Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, or the Panama Canal the
subject of Panamanian political
fluctuation's.
"We sincerely trust that the
situation in Panama has been
effectively composed. Moreover,
it is to the undoubted interest
of the United States and Pana Panama
ma Panama that the stability and prog progress
ress progress of the Isthmian republic be
maintained."
Wives Of Delegates
Will Tour Summil
Friday Aflernoon
An extensive tour of Summit
Park will be taken by the wives
of the delegates to the Seventh
Pan American Highway congress
during the time that tney are
visitors on the Isthmus.
The tour will take place Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon when Walter R.
Lindsay. Panama Canal agono agono-mist,
mist, agono-mist, will escort approximately
50 women through the park
where they will be shown the
rare plants and those tropical
trees which are now In bloom or
are bearing fruit.
Starting at 3 p.m., the tour
will take about two hours and
will be similar to those arranged
during; the dry season months
for the tourists.
Although, at this time of the
year, few of the flowering trees
are in bloom, the visitors will be
able to see the famous cannon
ball trees, the various types of
mango trees now bearing fruit
and the mangosteen trees.
At the start, he said, those poll
ed all strongly endorsed the fol following
lowing following passage from Dr. John Har Harvey
vey Harvey Kellogg's book "Tobaccoism"
published more than 30 years a-
The confirmed smoker who as
reached that point at which the
cigar, pipe or cigarette is neces necessary
sary necessary to prevent nervousness, irri"
tability, mental confusion and in
capacity tor won or pleasure ana
to 'enable him to maintain the
mental poise essential for effec effectual
tual effectual activity will undergo a real
test ef character ia any attempt
to escape from the tons oi in
tobacco habit.'.'
Falix mM that ths smekinf
kiWt caMMt U campaivd with
4nm r IcmI addiction. Ther
it no evldMce Nbacco ec
rh habit is bun. But he said
ftoy can W mbih tht
"the anly way te qvit ts to qutt
all at
Cutting down gradually "only
-oloags the agony" After aa ab
prolong
solute break, he said, the craving

House Group
Would Limit
Handover

WASHINGTON. Aua.

Services Committee voted today to restrict tht govern,
ment's oower to turn over U S (rvirmn tk

courts.. The vote .was 31 to

, Voting ogainst changing-this country's statusof
force$ agreements with its allies were Rcds. Leslie r

Arends (R-lll.), House Republican Whip and ranking cjom
mittee Republican; Walter Norblad (R-Ore.), James P. S.1
Devereux (RMdJ, and Frank C 0$mers Jr, (R-N.J.).

Two Will Run
For McCarthy's
Seat In Senate
r Vtt w a iiitv r wi1, X'Z
Kohler, art "Eisenhower Republi
can,;' ana Democrat William Pro'
mire, whom he beat in two guber
natorial elections, will fight it out
in tne Aug. 27 general election to
succeed the late Sen. Joseph R.
McCarthy,
It will be a familiar scene when
the two winners of Tuesday's Wis Wisconsin
consin Wisconsin primary election battle for
the Senate seat. Kohler was gov
ernor for three terms 1950-56, and
Proxmire thrice tried unsuccess
fully for that otfice. Kohler won
both times they opposed each oth
er.
Only about 500,000 of the State's
2,300,000 eligible voters cast bal ballots
lots ballots despite generally fair weather.
Proxmire predicted: "For the
first time in 20 years Wisconsin
will have a Democratic senator.
Kohler said: "It is important now
that we all unite and look to a
Republicans victory."
Kohler beat out six conservative
opponents for the Republican nom
ination. He rallied late in the vote
counting, mainly On the strength
of support in populous Milwaukee
County, to beat former Rep. Glenn
Davis by nearly 9,000 votes. Kep.
Alvin O'Konski, an early leader,
fell back to third.
Proxmire won the Democratic
nomination, by. about a 3-2 mar margin,
gin, margin, over Rep. Clement Zablocki
of Milwaukee.
One hitch developed in the pri primary
mary primary election, however, which
could lead to a court battle. Gaige
Roberts, stite election supervisor,
said "Republican Ptrty" and "De "Democratic
mocratic "Democratic Party" were printed on
the outside of Milwaukee County
ballots rather than on the inside.
Liquid Retaliation
V
FOND DU LAC. Wis. (UP)-A
man's best friend is his skunk,
Walter Brandt, 36, said today. A
judge fined him $25 for running
his hot water tap night and day
after his 'jndlady ordered the ani
mal out of the building.
for a cigarette will become bear-
aoie alter aoout two weeas.
Felix, and others, suggested
starting another habit, as a sub
stitute during the first painful pe
riod, like gum chewing or candy
nibbling, "to give your hands
something to do when you reach
for a cigarette. Felix also sug
gested you go to places where it
is the '-'social custom sot to
smoke, like the theater, church,
movies, museum or library. Felix
smokes a moderate one-half pack
of cigarettes a day and has o
intention ia the world or stop stopping."
ping." stopping." ;'
Dr. Kenneth cnipmsa, associ associate
ate associate director of the clinical crater
at the National Institutes of Health
and a drug addiction specialist:
Cigarette smoking 'Is not ad addiction;
diction; addiction; it's just a habit" But it
would be a lot easier to break the
tobacco habit if the treatment
were the aame as that for a drug
addictr "Putting away ia a
place for soma period ef about
week.'

1 (UP) Tha Haui Arm.J

w w i W IWI 1IUI '.',
4 'WW. r''

The new legislation would re-'
quire the civilian secretary if

each armed service to determine
in all cases involving U.S. service-
men accused of crimes abroad r
whether the U.S. government has
primary jurisdiction in the ease.
It would allow '". the secretary,
however, to turn the ease over te
foreign jurisdiction under "unusual
circumstances.' What these unu-
aual circumstances might ba was 1

nop neiinea in we piu as approved
bjf Ft WnwWtte,' K.i..?4,5 I

TJndei. the present agreements,
U.S. servicemen accused of com committing
mitting committing crimes while off -'duty or
while not in performance of duty
are turned over to the jurisdiction
of the country in which they are
stationed for trial.
Co-Worker Hit Him
'Like A Mad Bull
Complainant Avers
"He came after me like
mad bull yelling he would kilT
me," said a complaining wit witness
ness witness today in Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's court when describing
defendant Juan de Dlos Cabal Cabal-lero's
lero's Cabal-lero's actions on Tuesday morn
lng.
The alleged victim brthe as assault
sault assault case, Magdaleno Rodri Rodriguez,
guez, Rodriguez, appeared on the witness
stand with ft bandaged arm,
ear avd fingers. He said that
rahaUf rn nirVerf im lead nine
"for no reason at all" and fell
on ton of him hitting him four
times with the pipe. Rodriguez
claimed he was unarmed him
self v
But the 39-year-old defendant
had another story to ieu. tie
complained that Rodriguez, a
co-worker at Pier IS in Balboa,
had always "been out to get me
fired." He showed an eye lace-"
ration scar which ha said his
victim Inflicted on him v some
time ago.
The 21-inch steel bar was In Introduced
troduced Introduced as evidence in court,
and the case was bound over
for trial in VS. District Court
at A neon. y
Ball of $500 was set.
s No Panacea
The important ta 1
sjiviflf us cisarettea is "makina)
vs your own miiW to d a.
Than, Chapman Mid, try V uf
wfwi sro im) wWa? tos
sin, wfian yaw Kava no wishty
prahloms and ca rata a."
James N. MoseH,-seciate pre
feasor of psychology at George
Washingtoa University: Smoking
is a "cultural uahst" usually pick
ed up in adolescence to "establish
standing with a peer group.' Tbe
"the habit becomes a drive 1 it itself."
self." itself." Te break tb babiL "change
your style of living.
D.r. Tbomas L. ri arts a a. wasa wasa-logtoa
logtoa wasa-logtoa physiciaa: Oewgum, take
up knitting or Gad some Mbr
substitute far the "redes scOo"
He has never smoked.
Dr. Cyrus Maxwell, assistant
medical director f the Amencaa
MMicit Assn. A aon-sanokar. Max Maxwell
well Maxwell recalled aa eld rewHy ef
using a highly diluted silver
rata mouth wash. It snakes a cig cigarette
arette cigarette "taste vila." Gt ft doctor'
advice about this.



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"Hard to Read With That Light So Far Away",

WOULD-BE COLUMNIST

r:

As vour paper does not appear to be at all particular wno
ar that, ar writine In same. I am wondering II I

.UC WIWIIM1" j -nnL

ltnmiu aiso become a columnist or commenwiur jm
Us wieaas and I have deeded that my column should be Uveu.
. .-.i,n Hlr Tha Time. Bv A Halfwit.

Mv column will be dedicated to the defaming and slandering
Z UU rr' Lj ii,i nnmmiinlsm L Richard Nixon

or Bur.n uusmuiuuik i6"v'o w vw .

of the U S.A., Gen. TrujiUd of Dominica, Gen. cniang or rmu
. J nthara tiis i9n think Of.

' As an example of the type of writing, I will pay no attention
to the fact that Red China and Russia tortured and killed hun hun-t
t hun-t im.rirn nldiPr in their orisons, but I will just keep

raving about that American, Gerald Murphy, who was Wiled in

uomimca prooaDiy in a eiuimcii 'B"
30 July '57

DRAFTEE ANS WERS KA.

Sir:
T0R.A.

" Mv nnor tiisillusiOned friend. How very sorry I feel for you

Van trmiV warned little minQ In your letter of 29 July, you, in

trying to point out that the $30 an EM receives for separate ra rations
tions rations is not for feeding his wife and kids, went a little farther
end showed the lack of intelligence and understanding that is
"to topical amongst "R.A.'s'' of your caliber.
iiw nrav tell dn von feel that a married man should not

-mmIii 'nmmisfiftrv Drivlietasi lust because he was drafted? Is

'this your juvenile way of trying to get even with the man you
Wouldn't compete with in civilian life? Why again should an
have these benefits? Are you trying to imply that the
- ft a." wnrka harder or doss a better iob while he's in the serv

ice? On the contrary, it'i just the opposite. You asked, "what
"would happen if all the "RA." men were discharged and did not
TeeniJistr' Well i ask vou. what would you do without the

1 draftees?
Whether you realize it or not, the United States Army is
very dependent on its educated men and the main source for
these men is through the draft. Stop and think a moment of
the men In the technical fields: the research scientists, the hos-
pital men, the personnel and finance clerks. The majority of
auch slots are filled by men with incentive, drive, and other
characteristics desirable in any type of situation. Look closely
Mr. "RA." and you'll find that the majority of these men are
- "U.S.V
'7, This being the case then, why shouldn't a "U.S." deserve

the same privileges as his fellow serviceman with the prefex
"R.A." before his number? If you and your "R.A." friends want
" to remain in the service, then that's your, as you would put it,
'privilege.' If youdo stay In then you will receive as compensa compensa-'
' compensa-' tion for it, longevity pay, and possibly, after a great deal of
!' time, promotion. It should be these factors and no others that
differentiate between, the career and draftee soldier.
No Mt .-'RA.,', I think you're aU wet. If you had thought

vtwice before writing your ridiculous letter you might nave real realized
ized realized that even though fcrnan prefers civilian over military life,
' and, prefers to live with hi wife instead of away from her, he
Is etUl human being, and for his two years is an American
soldier just like you or anyone else. If you had really thought
it over, you Just might have realized that if a "U.S." is treated
eoually he would be happier, work better, and thus make it

much easier for a man such as yourself.
. Draftee
'ARMY OF US' SOLDIER REMINDS RA THAT CIVVIES
PAT TAXES
Sir:
I have Just finished reading your very ignorant letter pub

llshed in this Madl Box on July 29. I hope the I.Q. level of all

your fellow ba soiaiers is not as low as yours.
You are right when you state that the $30 for separate ra rations
tions rations are Intended to feed one person, but that's the only cor correct
rect correct statement in your whole letter.
I'll even agree with you that we need RAs in the Army.
But where does your pay come from? It comes from the
taxes we, as civilians, pay to the government. And where would
the United States be now if some of us with ambitions of better
living didn't go to college to study engineering, agriculture, arts
nd sciences, etc. etc.? Tnose four years were not a picnic.
Some of us, in fact a great many of us, had to work and study at
tha same time. Of course, we make good money as civilians, but
we have to work for it. It is not given to us just because we went
to college. All you have to do in peacetime is sit around in your
Office giving orders to some poor private (US or RA)
And dont tell me you are an R A. because you are more
patriotic than a US, because, in time of war, all go and the
enemy can't tell the difference between us. No, you remain in
the Army because you do not have the education or the guts to
to out and earn a living for yourself. All you are capable of do doing
ing doing 1 sit back and let Uncle Sam clothe you and feed you out
of money the USs make as civilians.
So don't tell me you have worked hard to earn your PX and
wmmiasary Privileges. I Just hope that when you retire from
the Army the civilian population does not follow your example
, and forbid you to live with your wife and kids and also f WDid
you the use of all other civilian facilities in their home towns.
I must be lucky. For, so far, I have never had any contact
with an RA soldier who has such lack of intelligence as you have
' A Proud US

iltmUmiilWM

By VICTOR RIESEL

(EDITOR'S NOTE: Victor
Riasal it en hit way to Eurepa to

cover vital ttoniea. Today, while

ho it on route, hit ouett colum

nitt it George Meany, Pretidont.

AFICIO.J
By GEORGE MEANY

Pretident, AFL-CIO

WASHINGTON, D. C.: Demo

cracy means rule by the people.

It can work effectively only when

tne people exercise meir sovereign
authority by voting. When the ma majority
jority majority of the electorate adopts a
''Let George do attitude and
doesn't bother to vote, the door is
open to corruption.
That is true not only of govern government,
ment, government, but equally of democratic
organizations, such as labor un unions.
ions. unions. There It nothing Wrong with
any labor union today that could
not quickly bo cured by full at-
tendance of Its member at un union
ion union meeting. Where corruption
exist it can be traesd to tome
extant to tha indifference of the
vary people whote money and
welfare ara most diroctly affect affected,
ed, affected, i

This painful truth must be point

ed out not for the purpose of trans

ferring the blame from those who
have betrayed their trust to their
victims, but for the all-important

purpose of emphasizing the respon

siDinty ot tne vast majority ot non

est trade union leaders to bring
about greater attendance at un

ion meetings.

Most local anions have this ex

perience that when a new con

tract is coming up for consider

tion, then the members show up

in full force to hear what's going

on, what the prospects are. But

once they have a good contract

and things are running smoothly,

they find something else to do on

meeting night and attendance

shrinks.

That wasn't the way a good many

years ago, when I first began to go

to union meetings, but people
didn't have radios and television
then, movies lacked glamor and

automobiles were a rare luxury

Obviously, normal union meet

ings cannot compete with such

diversions. Yet a good deal can be

done and must be done to make

them more interesting, more

meaningful and more attractive

to the average worker.

1 wish I knew the answer. Ob

viously there is no pat solution

Some local unions have even gone

to the extreme of fining members

who don't show up at the monthly

meeting. That doesn't work eith

er. It has to be voluntary, rather

Perhaps we can take "a leaf
out of the comparatively tuccet

ful experience o f the Parent

Teacher Attecia'iont. Attend Attendance
ance Attendance at their meeting in tha
mighborhood tchoolt hat been
remarkably good, maybe b
cauta the thought ha been driv-

on homo that parents have

rotpontibility to their chMdron to

participate in tha tolution of
school problem.

Surely, the family breadwinner

owes at least an equal responsi

bility to his dependents to protect
their economic welfare by devot devoting
ing devoting one evening a month to the

local union meeting.

The trade union movement has

been making progress in overcom overcoming
ing overcoming a similar problem of mass in inertia
ertia inertia voter apathy in political e e-lections.
lections. e-lections. We have spent large sums
to try to convince our members
that they should register and vote

to protect their own interests and

the national weuare. our expen

ence in that field indicates that

the woman in the house is the
sparkplug. Once you get her in interested,
terested, interested, you get action.
That may be the key to success
in maintaining clean, honest and
effective trade unions.
Without being facetious, I would

strongly recommend that our na

tional unions ana uieir iocai un unions
ions unions might well pay more atten attention
tion attention and accord greater recogni

tion to women members and the

wives of union members.
Actually, one third of our na national
tional national work force today t com

posed of woman and almost
third of the member of' the
AFL-CIO ara women. In some
unions, woman have attained
high office and have made im
portent contribution to orgnix
ing advances and to adminiS"
trative effieienev. Thaw ar a
strong Influence tor good.
In the next tew years, I
hope a great many more women
will seek and win careers in the
trade union movement.

I'NtA Service." tnt "V-f - i -m.d
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tt miw nuo

Barren Baron
By BOB RUARK

PALAM0S, Spain It appears
that I am stuck for the summer
with a slight business acquaint acquaintance
ance acquaintance of mine named Mr. Jack R.
Howard, who is accomoanied bv a

girl friend of mine named Mrs.
Jack R. Howard, and two large om

nivorous cnuoren named Mike and

Pamela. As a matter of fact. I

may be stuck with another sal

namea Maria uoiores Torres de

Navarra because Pam has made a

new mend.

Mr. Jack Howard is the nresi-

ucut ui n uiui iur wmcn i ion oc occasionally,
casionally, occasionally, namely the Scrinns-

t t j r

nuwura newspapers, ana this

piece is to alert the editors nd

Mr Howard's papa, Roy- that

jaex s next tmdaet trio in not tn

be uxen seriously. That's if there

ever is another budget trip, be

cause Mr. Howard is stuck

stranded.

He not onlv can't set out nf fins

but he can't get back to the States

even a tie could get himself de

ported from Spam. Mr. Howard

and nis kith are stateless, and I
will tell you why.

Mr. Howard left his briefcase nn

the train. In the briefcase was

all his money and the passports.
Mr. Howard is how a ward of the

community my community

Poor, poor, dear Mr. Howard.

iiever, ever aid i wuik to nna
myself in sucH a fortunate nosltion

as this. I now own a president of
a newspaper chain, with off-shoots

of television stations, news serv

ices, and the syndicate which runs
my priceless pearls.

At the moment he Is working
for his imalt, and asking mo
for pocket money, which I re refrain
frain refrain from giving him on the
ground that one shouldn't spoil
the help with ovorgonorosity. I
wouldn't say that hi poor, des destitute
titute destitute wife, and poorer, more
destitute childmn, ere bogging
in the streets, but that is only
becauso of my bounty. When I
say "JumpI" around ho re, there

7

it a great leaping, or I simply
cut of the vitMes.

A few friends of mine, including

the father of tne slave, will be

pleased to know tnat l am now

addressed as ."Sir," and all re requests
quests requests for a short beer are chan
neled through the children. Mr.

President Howard is fed on broken

victuals, like Oliver Twist, and

when he asks for more....we cut

off the gruel as well.
The thing I never understood a
bout newspaper barons is how use

less they are when you shoot the
passport out from under them. I
have tried breaking this one in as

assistant gardener to r ascuai, dui
I have been informed by an elo

quent Andalusian shrug ,tbat hel
ain't much account He is hopeless

as bar boy, breaking glasses u
the time, and poaching on the
stock, and the cook says he is of

very little use in tne utcnen.

Miss Pam and Master Mike have
turned out better. They sleep with

all the does, which makes the

house quieter. Madame Barbara',
the suffering chaperone of the
flock, is earning her board. She

finds things in English newspapers

that nobody ever louna oeiore,
and reads them aloud to me. She
also fetches her own cokes, which

is a new thing for a house guest.
But mv nroblem. basically, is

how to get rid of them. It'll take
at least three months to cut
through the red tape for a new
nassnorL and about that long for

somebody to send the money to

get them nome. i can t aavance
Hue to the slave wages I am paid

hv this fugitive from responsibili

ty, so l am writing a desperation
note to a man named Rocky Riley,
n rlrh nnlv because he QUlt

newRnaoer and became a real

tate Than In Florida. Rocky hap

pened to have raised us both, but
r .....Li In

r uast n never ibukuv mo v

lose briefcases.
Mr. Howard .xplain hi
plight a the fault of traveling
wtth hi wife and children,

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firtt-time effort abroad with the
entire flock. Hit wife and chil children
dren children have a sharp rebuttal which
I will not quote for the family
pro.. )..,.
I dunno. I have a sneaky feel feeling
ing feeling that he'll find that briefcase,
regain his presidential arrogance,
and another redskin will bite the
dust. That'll be me.

WASHINGTON It Isnt sup

nA0Ai4 rin onnAiinAorl Knf s4ia.

tator Truuuo ot tne uominican

Republic, is negotiating to retain
President Eisenhower's former ap

pointments secretary Tom ,Ste'

phens.

in tne same deal, tne Caribbean

Caesar will "et the services of the

outgoing American Ambassador to
his country. William Pheiffer who

has lowed Stephens law firm.

Pheiffer left Tru jillo's capital last
month, but is still ..drawing his

Ambassador's pay.
TrujiUo has already thrown some
lucrative sugar and shipping busi

ness to the President's brother-in-law,
Gordon Moore. He also sent

m personal- plane to fly Secreta
ry of State Dulles' son-in-law, Rob Robert
ert Robert Hin Jhawj to the Caribbean.
Hinshaw was willing to use
his influenca to boost the Domi Dominican
nican Dominican Republic' tugar quota,
which It et by Congrats on the
advice of the State Department.
But HinsMw stayed with hi
family forv 3 months, ran up a
large hotel bill at Truiillo'o ax ax-pens,
pens, ax-pens, wore out hi wnlcomo and
finally wont homo without a .deal.
. The Dominican Dictator is eag eager
er eager to curry favor in Washington
not only for the sake of his sugar
trade but to avert any diplomatic

retaliation over the alleged murd

ers oi nig political enemies on

American soil.

At least nine murders have been

charged to-Truiillo's goons. Most

celebrated was the dlsaonearance

of Columbia orof essor Jesus Ga-

lmdez and the later killing of A-

merican aviator Gerry Murphy.
President Eisenhower finallv or

dered the FBI to investigate these

cases, nut so far nothing has come

ot tne jpim investigation.
How Stephens will help the em

battled dictator remains to be

seen. The ex-White House aide

personal flew, to the Dominican

Rep. : to talk terms with Truiillo.

He also toured the Caribbean with

an eye to business with other La

tin American Republics.

ZHUKOV SNAFU
The snafu over the nrooosed in

vitation to Marshal Zhukov to

come to Washington is as myste

rious as it is important.

resident Eisenhower nag long
wanted to confer with his old war

time buddy. Three days after he

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indicated this at a news confer-
ence, however, the White House
issued an official statement while
Ike was at Gettysburg stating
that there was no plan to invite
Zhukov. '
Here are the inside reasons for
the snafu: '
No. l John Foster Dulles has
long been suspicious of any talia
between nis chief -in the f White
House and Marshal Zhukov. He's
afraid Ike would be too gullible,
would give more than he received.
On tha ether hand, Allen Dul Dulles,
les, Dulles, younger, smarter brother of
the Seetwtiry of State, who runs
the Central Intelligence Agncy,
tools that, visit would be im im-portent.
portent. im-portent. Dulles and his CIA man
have long kept an ay on Zhu Zhukov,
kov, Zhukov, consider him one of th
molt important powers in the
Soviet Union., They think a meet meeting
ing meeting between thai .Presidents and
Zhukov could do no harm,! might
do tot of good.
The Defense Department Is also
strong for such a military meeU
ing. Gen. Nate Twining, new Chair'
man of the Joint Chiefs of Staff,
went to Moscow a little over a
year ago, would like to see tha
head of the Russian Air-Force in invited
vited invited to the USA. Rut John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles has blocked it.
No. 2. is opposition from Franca
England, and West Germany. Our

western allies have been suspici suspicious
ous suspicious for some time .that the United
States mignt arrange a separate
deal, with Russia. This is one rea reason
son reason they have given Harold Stas Stas-sen
sen Stas-sen such a bad: time hi his disar disarmament
mament disarmament 'alks.
For years the thing the British
feared most in regard to- the ti tinned
nned tinned States ws a separate agree agreement
ment agreement between ha USA. and "3ia
USSR, - 'V-:eM
President Eisenhower bas t lot
of confidence in his own ability
to work out relations with Rus Russia,,
sia,, Russia,, through Marshal Zhukov on a
Sersonal basis. But John Foster
lulles does not. Dulles, in the end.
overruled the President.
WASHINGTON PIPELINE
Correction: In reporting Superior
Oil's sudden increase in stock va value
lue value following the House Interstate
Commerce Committee's approval
the natural gas bill, the comma
was misplaced in recording the
number of shares traded,' so that
the figure of 21,000 shares traded
on the day. the Committee OK'd
the bill should have been 2.100.

Other days' sales should ba scal scaled
ed scaled down proportionately. However,
the increased value of the stock
remains as reported 130 per
share that day, $40 on July 11, 290

on juiy iz, etc. xne tact tnat (su-
perior Oil increased so much fle-j
spite the relatively small numbers
of shsres traded emphasizes' all
the more the value which the eaa

bill will be. to the company which
attempted to bribe Senator-. Case
of South Dakota. It remains one of
the biggest priced stocks on the
market.Marty Snyder, Ike's form former
er former mess sergeant, it now selling
canned beef stew British-fashion,
"as prepared and served to Gen Gen-era!
era! Gen-era! Dwight D. Eisenhower."
Sounds like "by appointment to
Her Majesty." : --..;
A year has passed sine lira.

visiting in Panama, signed a bill
for the building- of a bridge a a-cross
cross a-cross the Panama Canal so Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian can walk from one
part of their country to the oth other
er other without using tarry boats. But
today money for the bridge is
still bogged down in Congre...
Sour Panamanians have put a.
crass an edict that no Panama
radio station can carry -a com
merclal announcement or music musical
al musical program rocordad in a for foreign
eign foreign country chlrfly aimed at
the USA. irr .
Lora Wright, the Los Angeles
attorney who wants to jail Ameri American
can American newspapermen for trying to
report the facts, should read J.
Campbell Bruce' article in the
Reader's Digest, "Three DsySj Of
Silence That Saved A Life." It
tells how. San Francisco newspa newspapermen
permen newspapermen withheld tha news, in a
sensational kidnapping case... Sen.
Tom Hennings of Missouri repeat repeatedly
edly repeatedly urged Secretary of State John -Foster
Dulles to present his views
to the Senate on the right of A A-merican
merican A-merican citizens to travel abroad
freely, particularly in regard to
American newspapermen in Chi China.
na. China. Dulles never accepted the in
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Rock V Roll Ban Looms In Wake Of

Petting, Drinking, Fighting Sprees

MILWAUKEE (UP) The city
attorney' office today considered
hanninf all rock 'n' roll stage

ihows in the wake of wild teen-

aged getting and drinking sprees

t a Muwaukee tneaier.
Knife fights broke out during

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Written for NEA Servica

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"Nicely played," beamed North.
Nicely played my foot," growled
East. "If my partner had just
kept his Silly mouth shut you
would have gone down."
West had been guilty of one of

the worst bridge crimes. He had

doubled and thereby succeeded

m locating the cards for deciar

,East won the opening club
lead with the ace and returned

the suit. South won the second
tricky -cashed one -high trump

and then planned his play;

He -decided that West double

had been based on five trumps

and that another trump play

would be suicidal. .Hence he
played the king1 of diamonds,
overtook with dummy's ace and

ruffed a second diamond. v
This brought him down to the
same number of trumrM as West

The king of clubs and the ace.

King ana. a low neart came next
and West waa in with the queen
with nothing to lead but trumps.
He led the six and East showed
out, just as declarer had sus suspected.
pected. suspected. ', ; r : 1
South won with the eight and
returned the Jack. West was In
again and had to give South the
last two tricks. He had made on only
ly only one trick with his five trumps
to the aueen-ten. i

South had played the hand I
very well and was entitled tol
North's praise.. As a matter of.li

fact, even East admitted .the
hand was well played fter he
, got through telling West what he
thought of his trigier-happy

flouwe. v.'v,

the week end performances,

youngsters staged ..dances in tne
aisles and young girls solicited
outside the theater, authorities

said.

Police arrested 29 persons and
said they swept up baskets full of
empty whiskey and beer -bottles

after tne snow, wuictt featured tne
stage appearance of rock 'n' roll

performers and tne movie "taiyp "taiyp-o
o "taiyp-o Heat Wave."

However. Earl Tettintf. an as

sistant td L. F. Gran, owner of

the ( Garfield Theater, defended

rock 'n' roll shows. J :

''We're purely -catering to the

desires of the people for enter

tainment," letting said. He said

the rock 'n: roll v shows were

staged because of lagging attend

ance a

But Asst. City Atty. RobertAn-

derson said such shows "have to
stop.". He scheduled a meeting
between city officials and the

theater' owner.'1 i 1,

"Somebody might have been

killed." Anderson said.

"We've been through all dance

crazes from Charleston to jitter

bug, but never have been af

fected like that." he said.

Those. Kids just lost ail their!

inhibitions and sense of moral

responsibility.''

Anderson said three Negro girls

and a white ; girl, none of them

over 16 years old, tried to soucu
member of the .jcity attorney 'f
office staff 1 outndff the Iheatet

The ; city ; eficiala aaid; 'although
there "7are ,;iio Vclesr cut laws
against such shows, w could

probably revoke a- theater license

on the grounds of public nui

sance.'!'. ..,.v

Sullivan Wins TV
Patterson Bailie
Over Sieve Allen

NEW YORK (UP) Ed Sullivan
declared himself the victor today
over Steve Allen in a fight over
heavyweight champion Floyd Pat Patterson's
terson's Patterson's first post-fight TV ap

pearance, next Sunday evening.
"He'll be on my show Sunday

night," said the host of CBS's Ed

Sullivan show. I signed an ex exclusive
clusive exclusive contract for .Patterson's
first TV appearance after, the
fight with' his m a m a g e r, Cus
D'Amato. 11 Patterson wants to
appear on Allen's show, later, I

don't care. Just si long as we
have him first." v,
. Sullivan, who is on vacation

from his show,' said Allen had

"violently disputed" buiuvan s
claim on Patterson. But Allen's
executive oroducer,. Jules Green,
said the Patterson affair added

up to nothing more than "a mis mistake
take mistake somewhere" along the line.".
Green said Allen had "no plans
at the moment" to invite Patter Patterson
son Patterson to appear on a later show. He
said thtre would be no breach of

promise suit, either.

"it s not tnat important.'

i Honie Agenf Loses
jEer To Snaoping
' ABBEVILLE,-Ga". (UP)-A Wil-
- eox County farmer is free under
- $500 bond for. biting ff the ear
of Fannera Home Administra Administration
tion Administration a gejit waking routine inspec inspec-tlon
tlon inspec-tlon rounds, Sheriff T. E. Jennings
reported today. ; v.
' Jenningi aid Abnr W. Wbeeles
' was charged with mayhem dis dis-,t
,t dis-,t figuring or dismembering of a per person)
son) person) ln connection with the inci-
- deat at his farm last Thursday and
. was freed from jap oa bond Sua Sua-r
r Sua-r day. -- h . I
Jennings said Ray S. Stephens,!

crron agency, emerea me vet-
ertni Hospital ia Dublin to recover
and have skia frafted over the
, scar. His cooditioa was reported

gooa.

7 tive official in Atlanta, qwted

Mepnens as saying he was st st-tacked
tacked st-tacked without warning while mak making
ing making a rartino inspection of the
TO:eeles farm. -
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MAHOGANY BOOKSHELF, large size.. 129.00 49 JO
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MR. AND MRS. A. K. IRWIN TO E HONORED
AT DINNER BY MR. AND MRS. BALBIRNIE
Mr. and Mr. Arthur J. Irwin of Rodman will be guests of
hone- at a dinner party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon V.
' Balbirnle of the 15th Naval District Saturday evening. About
twentv of their mutual friends will be present.
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin will be leaving: in August to make their
home in Guam. Mr. Irwin has been with the Public Works of office
fice office of ilic Navy in the Zone.

President Of Panama
T Fete Delegate
President Ernesto de la Guar Guar-dia
dia Guar-dia was host at a bullet at 1 p.m.
today in the Presidential Palace
to the various delegations to the
Seventh Pan American Highway
Congress, now in session in the
Republic.
Bridal Attendants Honor
Miss Nacy Kariger
Miss Nacy Lee Kariger, popu popular
lar popular bride-elect, whose marriage to
Mr. Bremer L. Jorstad will be
solemnized Saturday evening, at

the Balboa Union Church, was
honored at a miscellaneous brid

al shower ind buffet supper last

Saturday evening at the Hotel

Washington.

Thp naftv was arranged as a

sui-Drise by the Misses Barbara

Egolf, Carol Newhard an.1 Pame Pamela
la Pamela Theriot, who will be Miss Ran

ger's bridal attendants.
Buffet refreshments were serv

d to the sixtv auests from a ta

ble covered with an embroidered
linen cloth and decorated with tro-

oftal flowers. Mrs. Leon J. tgoll,

Mrs. Semon Theriot and Miss Ca

rol Newhard alternated at the

r&fee service, and Mrs. I red A.

Newhard and Miss 'Barbara Egolf
served tea. Miss Pamela Theriot

wis in charge of the bride's book.
-The gifts were attractively ar arranged
ranged arranged on a table centered with
Sparge white heart arrangement
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BM' ilTfs
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decorated v-'ith violet satin bows
and white rosebuds. Dainty rul rul-fled
fled rul-fled parasols of violet and white
were used on each side of the
centerpiece. Small white bells and
parasols tied with satin ribbon
completed the shower theme. White
crepe-myrtle blossoms and Sprin-

gen fern were usea in prolusion
to decorate tall twin hearts which

stood behind the gift table.
Miss Kariger, who was recently
graduated from Northwest Missou Missou-rie
rie Missou-rie State College in Maryville, Mo.,
introduced five of her classmates

who arrived on the Isthmus Fri

day to attend the wedding. They
are the Misses Shirley Motsinger,
Norma Long. -Y.tral Foster, Fer Ferris
ris Ferris Foster, and Beverly Murphy.
All are members of Alpha Sigma
Alpha Sorority, as is Miss Kari Kari-aer.
aer. Kari-aer. Mrs. Lec Kariser, the bride-

elect's mother, Mrs. Charles Shay,
and Mrs. William H. DeVore were
seated with the guest of honor at

supper.

Mr. And Mrs. S. Turbyfill
Sail on Cristobal
Among those sailing for New
York ,City on Weduesday aboard
the S. S. Cristobal were Mr. and
Mrs. Subert Turbyfill of Balboa.
Mr. Turbyfill, in charge of Speech
and Drama work in the Canal
Zone Junior College. the direc director
tor director of the Summer Session and has
been Acting Dean of the local
college since June.

(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
Death Benefit
Group Moves
Office In Ancon
Th' Central Office of the Silver

EmnlovesJ Death Benefit Associa

tion and the P.C.W.I.E. Aas'n, has

been removed to the basement of

Bldg.Tio.!'424-A- (Ancon Launacy.

Annex), Office hours now 4 p.m.
to 6 p.m., Mondays, Tuesday,
Thursdays, Fridays.

LOVERBLOOM
BUTTER

A breakfast
treat with
Pancakes

PURER-RICHER-FINER

Each notice for inclusion In this
column should bo submittse M
type-writteo form and msilad oo
the box number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and OHiatwtae," or delivered
by his'd to the offict. Notices of
meetings cannot bo accepted by
telsphono.
Soroptimist Club
To Hold Luncheon
The monthly luncheon of the So Soroptimist
roptimist Soroptimist Club will be held Satur

day at tne tioiei r-i rsnui
the Washington Salon.
Members who will not be able
to attend please call Mrs. Shirley,
Smith at 3 0244.
Clayton Wvos
To Lunch Wednesday
The Clayton Officers Wives' Club
will hold their regular luncheon
Wednesday, Aug. 7, at the Offi Officers'
cers' Officers' Club at 12:30. Mrs. Spur Spur-geon
geon Spur-geon A. Messner, president, will
ii short business meeting. AIL

msmhsrc r reauesiea 10 vc

The iadies of the 5th Group
Members who

have not made their reservations
may do so by calling Mrs. Louise

Hechinger at -oii.
Atlantic Skin Divers
In Maraarifa

The regular monthly meeting of

the Atlantic SKiO uiyers as. as.-tion
tion as.-tion will be held tonight t 7:30 In
the Margarita Service Center.
Matters concerning the new char charter
ter charter arid by-laws will be ditroud.
AU members are asked to attend.
Unity Ledge No. 1M
Moot In Paraiso
Unity Lodge No. 1084, of the IB IB-PO
PO IB-PO Elks of W., will hold its reg regular
ular regular instruction session at tne ra ra-raiso
raiso ra-raiso Ledge Hall tomorrow eve evening
ning evening at 7:30.

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MR. AND MRS. JOHN B. BOYSIIA of Curundu are shown leav leaving
ing leaving the Balboa Magistrate's Court following their wedding Fri Friday,
day, Friday, Juiy 26. Mr. and Mrs. Loren K. Hood, also of Curundu, wit witnessed
nessed witnessed the ceremony. Mrs. Boysha Is the former Miss Elsa
Barnhart Bellinger. The couple will make their home in
Curundu;

Montana Pen Backlo Normal

After Riot; Cons Locked Up

6 Killed As Train
Runs Into Crane
SANTIAGO DE CUBA, Aug. 1
(UP) Six men were killed and
turn others were injured seriously

v..t.niav when a freight tram

,r..h.rt into a railway crane on

a bridge near the twa'f San

hmis w -v'- ."''I

.

Eyewitnesses aaia ,iae e"cci

of the freight tram apparency u
fallen asleep and did not see the
desperate signals from the crew

of the crane to stop we imm.
The dieiel engine toppled into
the river below dragging with it

several cars loaded witn sugar

and ore.
The crew of a relief train, rush

ed to the scene, recovered live

bodies. The body of the engineer

was trapped inside the Can.

Fifry-Seyen Drown
As Ship Capsizes
CALCUTTA, India, Aug. 1 (UP)
Fifty-seven persons were report reported
ed reported yesterday to have drowned

when a boat carrying 87 passen

gers capsized in a heavy gale at
the mouth of the Hooghly River.
Survivors said the boat,
propelled by oars and sail, was
struck by a violent gust only one
mile from Kakadwip, its first stop
on a trip from the Saugor Islands
in the Bay of Bengal to Calcutta.

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DEER LODGE, Mont., Aug.

(UP)Authorities regained full

control of the riot-torn Montana

State Prison yesterday and locked

all inmates, including a murderer
who had been stalking freely
through the penitentiary yard for

24 hours, in their cells.

. Rioting that rocked the prison
yesterday ended early yesterday

but at 380 inmates directly mvolv

ed in the disturbance were not

locked their own cells until after
noon.
For nearly 15 hours after the
rioting stopped and eight guard
hostages were released, the con convicts
victs convicts roamed through the corri corridors
dors corridors of their cellblocks. Their

spokesman, slayer Harold Goff,

retained the run of the entire com

pound behind the ivy -covered xock

walls of the prison.

Restoration of complete order
was arranged it a conference be

tween Goff and two other riot
ringleaders '' and members of tfie

State Board of Prison Commis Commissioners
sioners Commissioners Republican J. Hugo

Aronson and Democratic Attorney

General Forrest H. Anderson and

Secretary of State Frank Murray.
When the conference ended,
guard Captain Everett Ripley, one
of the hostages seized by the pris prisoners
oners prisoners last nighjf, went to j the cell

the "cells.

Anderson followed Ripley to
cellblock eight, center of the
strife, and inmates cheered and
applaued him as he entered. Earl Earlier
ier Earlier in the day, Aronson and An Anderson
derson Anderson had issued conflicting
statements on whether conces

sions had (been offered the rioters

When he left the cellblock to

resume meetings with other com

missioners at the warden's office

across a street, Anderson said
"we will do whatever we can to

benefit both sides."

Newsmen were barred from the

board meeting, where procedures
were drawn for guards to reenter
the compound and "shake down"

inmates for posible weapons.

Anderson said he went inside

the prison upon an invitation from
the convict spokesmen. Reporters

were not permitted to accompany

him, .but from the outside they

could see the dapper, gray-haired

attorney general walk from tier

to tier, talking to the cheering
prisoners.

When Goff left the warden's of

fice, newsmen saw a carton of

cigarettes in his hip pocket.' They
said it had not been there when

he entered.;
The penitentiary was thrown ln

to turmoil late Tuesday when

380 convicts in two major cell-

blocks rioted over demands for

better food, more" recreation and

more mail. The not continued into

tne early morning hours and dem
onstrations were resumed today.

Prison authorities also were con concerned
cerned concerned over restlessness among

zoo more prisoners on the peni

tentiary tarm, just outside the

high,' walls of the main prison

xnese men were not involved in

last night's disturbance but there
were fears they would join in any
news outbreaks.
The 380 prisoners still in cell-

blocks were noisy all day. They
rattled cups against cell bars and

snouted. They went without food
but were given coffee brewed by
10 convict cooks and waiters who
were allowed out of their cell cell-blocks
blocks cell-blocks for a short time.
The rioting inmates returned to
their cellblocks, early yesterday.
Cellblock doors were locked but in
dividual cells were not. Still re

ported to be roaming the prison

NEWLY ELECTED MEMBERS of the Fort Kobbe Youth Activities council are pictured at the
first meeting since their installation. Seated, from left to right, are Mrs; Yvonne Lewia,
chairman; Mrs. Rw. Garrett, honorary chairman; and Mrs. Helen Martello, vice chairman.
Standing, are Mrs. Nellie Stone, member at large; Mrs.-Donna Conner, member at Jarge;
Mrs. Bernice Peralta, secretary; Mrs. Roslyn Zislis, publicity chairman; and Mrs. Mary'Wat Mary'Wat-son,
son, Mary'Wat-son, treasurer. .4 ? rz''

blocks and, turned keys locking alH yar4 at wiir was Harold. Goff,

serving, a me sentence, lor mur

during a : service station operator.
Goff acted as spokesman for the
convicts during truce negotiations
last night.
Guard Capt. Everett Ripley, one
of eight guards held hostage last

night made a 33-minute trip in
side the compound. He went par

ticularly to check 1 on damage

caused by a gasoline fire set by

convicts last night.
Suffered Bums
One prisoner suffered flash
burns from the fire.
"The boys are just as nice as
they can be," Ripley said later,
"but they ain't going to be nice
very long."
At least 20 members of the Mon Montana
tana Montana National Guard and about

30 peace officers joined. the pris prison's
on's prison's guard staff on duty. The men
took turns standing with loaded

guns poised atop the six towers
around the prison's stone walls.

stone walls.

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NEW OFFICERS of the Fort Kobbe Officers'1- Wives Club gather for their first meeting sine
their installation. They are (left to right) Joan Lascola, assistant secretary; Jean Jones,
assistant treasurer: Oeorgianna McClenaghan, secretary; Doris Noyes; president;"-Mary Helen
Cooper, vice president; and Bea Clerk, treasurer. The ladies met at the Fort Kobbe Officers'
Club recently to discuss and map out plans for the next six months' activities. '.

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Knowland May Tell
Political Plans
Month From Now

WASHINGTON, Aug. 1 (UP)-

Senate Republican Leader William
F. Knowland "probably" will

make the ong-awaited announce announcement
ment announcement on his future political plans

in late September or early Octo

ber, his office said today.

Aides of the California senator

made the statement in reusing

details of an extensive home state
tour planned by Knowland after
Congress winds up its work for

the year.
Knowland, heir to the late Sen.
Robert A. Taft's conservative
GOP leadership, is considered an
almost sure bet to run for Cali
fprnia governor as a stepping

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stone to a presidential bid in 1960.

Newsweek magazine said in its
current issue that the 49-year-old
senator has not revealed his plans
even to his attractive wife of 31

years, Helen Knowlhnd. But the
magazine quoted her as saying it's
"obvious" he wants to be presi president.
dent. president. However, Knowland's office said
only that Knowland's swing
through California, which is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to being Sept 3 at Redding,
Calif., will be a "sounding out"
operation.
One aide said the Republican
leader probably would not declare
his intentions formally until he
has had a chance to "determine

the mood" of the state. iV,T,
The aide said the announcement
"could come at any time, but it
probably won't be made until late
September or early October."
If Knowland did decide to rua
for governor, he apparently would
find himself locked in battle with
the present state chief executive,
Goodwin J. Knight who afso
views himself as possible presi.
dential timber and plans to seek
reeleeiica..' : ,V'
If he hurdled that obstacle,
Knowland would face a. stiff fight
with another, fellow 'Californian,
Vice President Richard VLi Nixon,
for the GOP presidential, nomina nomination.
tion. nomination. :

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THB PANAMA AMERICAN AN IMDEPNDNI DAILY NEWSPAPER.

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C?onlinuJ

Milt Kintigh Visiting
Frlandu In Haiti
Miss "Doris Kinigh of
Heights left Wednesday

Cristobal for a visit with friends

In Port Au Prince,' Haiti,,.

Saturday Dana)' v''

At Ft. Amador Club

Diablo 1 The Ft. Amador Officers' Open

on .tnel Mess will bold a dance trom :ao

p.m.

day.

until 1230 a.m. on Satur

Music will be supplied by Good

rich and his Merry Makers.

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WASHINGTON Robert T.

Cmflot Mjlflttrt AH.ll.MaH t$ f K 41

Federal Trade Commission, speak speaking
ing speaking .for himself nd other tobacco

1 1chewers, on the decline in their

i i i

"I don't think anyone in the

country cares : damn li we live

or die. It's a lost art." v

SPRINGFIELD, 111. Stateville

Warden Joseph Raeen reporting

the reaction of thrill killer Nathan

Leopold to the 'refusal of the gov

ernor of Illinois to grant him' a

parole; w : ;

'He did not weep. There was no

physical reaction when I gave him
I official word of the governor's ac

tion." .

NEW YORK Kunar Das Gun-

ta, Indian student arriving in New

York, irritated at newsmen's in interest
terest interest in the similarity between
his name and that of the Indian
woman romantically linked with

Koberto KosseUini;

'No.: no. no. I am no relation

to her. and I'm tired of beine

asked, about the other Das Gupta."

WASHINGTON Asistant Air

Jforce secreUry David S. Smith

on the imminent possibility of

combat planes flying 2,000 miles

an Hour at altitudes of 75.000

'The era Of fantastiV air vnl.

cles is a Teal and arowine nart nf

our socio-economic complex:"

i ANDERSON. S.C. Mrs. Le-

Bore BpsrIpv . mother nt 17.

(' moth-old girl trapped 'for more

than four hours In a narrow well
shaft:

'It jbst coesn't seem like it han

pened it's like a dream."

. WASHINGTON -4 Deputy Attv.

ueuj wiiiiam r. itoeers ursine a

Senate judiciary -subcommittee on
immigration to permit greater, la

titude in tit granting of asvlum

to -refugees ; from Communist pro

secution:

'We should make known tv the

world that this- country does not

fear the worthy alien who seeks

to lorn with us in our ever con

tinuing psogress .toward that -es

tablishment of freedom throughout

the world' 1 r,

USARCARD School
Ofcfrfna 45-Vcck
Course For Ulihs
.' A new 46week cou-rse for 1 the
cadets of, Latin American milita military
ry military academies was announced by
Lt. Col. Robert H.1 Townsend, as assistant
sistant assistant commandant of the U. S.
armv Caribbean school, in a

speech delivered before a meeting
of the Cristobal-Colon Rotary Club

last week held at the Strangers

Club W colon. ,

Townsend in. his address said

that: "A new course being given
r At. J. i t. f tu .A

lor mo iirst umg inis year is a d d-week
week d-week course for cadets. It repre

sents the final yea; of instruction
which in the past cadets have re received
ceived received in their home military aca academies.
demies. academies. This 46-week course prov

ides a through military education

in basic tactics and armament

and upon the' termination of the

-course, these cadets will, return to

their homes t obe commissioned in
theirj respective ; countries.", !tk
The announcement: of the inau

guration of the new course. : came
as six Nicaraeuan cadets enrolled

to form the first class. Townsend
also mentioned the history -and or

ganization of the Fort Guuck school

which trains the officers and en

listed men of 20 Latin American

republics. , 1

Townsend also announced that

several-other new courses were in

the planning stages at the school,

"We now also have under study a

new and more advanced course in

artillery, a general supply course,
and an ammunitions supply course
which will be introduced into the

curriculum within the next 18

months," the colonel said.

He further stated that the

"school complements the work be being
ing being done in the Latin American re

publics by U.S. Army missions and

military assistance advisory groups

toward strengthening hemesphenc

aeiense." ; i-

Trial Of $3 Million Suit
On Dixon-Yates Due Sept; 25

WASHINGTON; Aug. l .(tJP)-

Trial of the $3,534,788 damage suit

brought against the government

for cancellation of the hotly-dis

puted Dixon-Yates power contract

will begin sept. 23 m new xorx,

the U.S. -- Court of Claims

announced today. i'i

The suit was brought by the Mis

sissippi Wiley Generating Co.. for

expenses it claims were incurred

before ", tne government cropped
Diana to'' let it build a lOt imillion

dollar private power, plant at West

Mempnis, atk; vt;y-' "t,
v, The proposed plant, 'which would
have fed Dower into the Tennessee

Valley Authority system, was Dit-

terly contestea oy ? xv a suppon-

ers .ana, other puDtic power aavo-

The J u itlee Department has

asked the claims court to declare

the contract -"unlawful, null and

void" beeause of the alleged dual

role played in the negotiations by

Adolpne n. wenien. u,awo de demanded
manded demanded dismissal of the suit for

other reasons.

Well Named

XARAMIE. Wyo. (UP) Charles

Yeoman has been elected presi

dent of the Wyoming Archery As Association.

Gay Crooners Plan
Rock 'nr Roll
Singing Contest

The. Gay Crooners will present

"Kock For Joy" at the Faraiso

Theatre on Wednesday, August 7.
The main feature of this program
will be a rock in 'roll singing con contest
test contest introducing ten groups from

the townsite of Gamboa.

In group ."A" there are: the
Moonbeams, the Rubies, the Pon-

uacs, and the iMwdrops. In group
"B" there are: the Monarchs, the

Earth -Angels, the Dolphins, the

Saucers, the Rainbows and the

Five Clouds, ?

A special attraction will be the

hotly contested competition be

tween, B. Clark (Panama's Little

nicnara;, w. waiters (uamDoa's
Elvis Presley), and. Rr Husband
( Gamboa 's Nat Cole). Judges for

these contests are Edmund Joseph
. j v .1.. . j .

mm maurice neywooa. j

The program will begin at 6 p.m
with music by the famous "Jets.'

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IX PANAMA:- IN COLON:
Mb ef Mat Plar Opposite the
Opiwsllr Cathedral Charcft Railroad SUtion
Bote! EI Panama (Front Street)

; The department said Wenzell

was a consultant to the Budget

oureau on expansion of electrical
facilities in the .TVA jirea at the
same time he was a salaried vice
president of the i Firsts- (Boston
Corp.. a New York Investment
firm which later became financial

agent tor the JPwon-Y.ates inter
estS.;;rf:tsyiiiV",UH::'7,:'.' ,r !:)
;!;The? iovernment echoed ''Demo.

critic charges at the .time tbat i

-conuiet oi latere-a t" wa in.

volved. Wenzell has denied anv

President Eisenhower nrHmA

me 'contract cancelled In 1 July,
1955 after theeity of Memphis an announced
nounced announced it 1 would v- build its own
power :Blant.'?'V::i-v-.ft,,;';' (.

frivate interests headed bv Hd-

Mam A Tl ..

sar n. iMou,i presmenti ot : the
Middle ? South Utilities Inc.;'? and
Eugene A. Yates, board phairm.n

of the Southern Co., were given

mm caucraci on ivov,. 11, 1954.

ine case wiu oe beared by Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Wilson Tnwpn nf tha TT

S.: Court of Claims. Th

will submit testimony from Sinr

25 to Oct. 4. The government will

present us evidence from Oct. 16

to ucw ao in Washlnaton.

Light lp Time:
JACKSON Miss. YTTPMr w

Mrs. -James Snruill hiva pi!ino

light fixture that started to rise
straight up, apparently under its
own power. The couple discovered
an opposum in the attic had
tugged at 'the cord from which th

light hung.

Prof if-Taking Nil
Market Yesterday;
Prices irregular

NEW YORK, Aug. I UP)

rroiit-taKing nit tne siock marxei
in a 1 last minute rush yesterday
when upside demand proved insuf insufficient
ficient insufficient to sustain the early steel

and rallied advance'
When the final prices generally

were irregular, the realizing hit at
leaders and. put the industrials
down on average with the closing
level more than 4 points below the

day s high. V
Only U.S. Steel among the is issues
sues issues used in compiling the aver

age; held a gam of any size 1 3-4
points to 69 3-4 reflecting its report

of a record first half and optimis optimistic
tic optimistic forecast. It was ; actively trad

ed. ' J:

Oils were amonr. the '. strong

snots with final gains running to

2 points in Cities Service, reflect reflecting
ing reflecting a good earnings report. Gulf,
Richfield and Skelly held gains of
around a point.

Rails were hit along with. Indus

trials in the selling but held a

small average gain. This reflected

chiefly a rise of 2 1-3 points to .72

in : Kansas City Southern whose

president said net income for 1957
will' run about $9,50 a share, com

pared with $10.58 a share despite
sharply higher costs and a dip in

industrial activity) in the road's

area. He was optimistic for "the

future. ';.

Industrials were down- .41 point

at 508.52 on average; rails up .56
at 149.79; utilities up .15 at 69.88:

65 stocks up .13 at 175.82. 1

Jj Maniversary, s.
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.i.Tfflt FAXAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DA111? NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, AUGUST
, PACK SUE

Da m

? 10i moviis nr wwo,
7jr by Erskins) Johnson yJ11)

'HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Onstage,
. Offstaae and Hostile: Global mo
Hrie making is fending Hollywood
film companies to tne ends oi tne
earth, but the heaviest concentra
'tion of Hollywood and Vine char
tcters these tiays is in Home.
Several uia pictures, not fa
---mention telefilms, are being
" made beside the Tiber. On re
turned tourist reports that "a-
round the Via Venudo and the
" Excelsior totet you can walk a
block without heating a word of
f Italian."
One Hollywood monul. accord
fng to the tourist, wanted to see
the "real Borne" so newsgal Ga Ga-bv
bv Ga-bv Lalonde guided him to the
market district, full of colorful
pushcarts and noisy traders. The
fellow was so tnnuea ne couia
hardly wait for the cocktail hour
at the. Excelsior bar to tell his
Unllvwflod OSll all tbOUt it
Wmpti hp did. ha started with:
"You should have been with
me today. A friend took me to
the ITALIAN section."
Yul Brynner was explaining his
philosophy of life and temendeus
enjoyment of activity to an inter interviewer
viewer interviewer on the set of "The Broth Brothers
ers Brothers Karamasov." He summed it
up by saying he wanted nis epi-
tanh to read:
'I hive arrived."
"When you've arrived," Yul
nninted out. "vou're dead."
Frank Sinatra and Joe E. Lew
is recently hoatd a screening oi
Joe's fllmobiography. "The Joker
1 Wild." for a couple dozen of
their cronies at Paramount stu
riio. Before showing of the film, in
hlch Sinatra portrpys Lewis, the
veteran night club comedian
stood up and told the group-
'I lust want you people to know
that Prank had a better time
playing my life than I had living
POLITICAL leaders grsplhg
the publicity value of motion pic pictures,
tures, pictures, which today includes TV
newsreels, is as old as movie moviemaking.
making. moviemaking. Before Panche Villa's raids
across the U.S. border in 19U.
the eld Mutual Film Co. sent a
newsreel amraman into Max
ice to caver the activities of the
Mexcican bandit thieftainrtbel
tenoral. The cameraman was
Raoul Walsh, now the ma vie di director,
rector, director, who raimmberst
"Mutual's agreement with Villa
tated that h would not conduct
raids, guerrilla fighting or other
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military activities except when the

iignt was good lor photography."
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ONE OF Hollywood's veteran
movie cowbov bit players is a
colorful character known as Okee
chobee Bravo. Bravo will do al
most anything asked in a west
ern script but the ciher day he
turned down the role Of a Cones Cones-toga
toga Cones-toga wagon driver in Columbia's
"Cowboy." Not because of the
danger involved in driving but
because one scene called for him
to have a rattlesnake tossed a a-round
round a-round his neck by some playful
bowooys.
"Ne, thank you," said Iravo.
"If it was only tamin a "wild
bronc or ridin' a Brahma bull, I'd
take it," he said. "Why, I'd even
uay a uve scene with the leadin'
ady before I'd tackle a aide-
winder around my neck."
NOW IT'S f Do-It-YOURSELF
CALYPSO KIT.
At least the "Calypso Rock"
in a new Ul movie, 'Summer
Love," may have you going
home to your kitchen to mt up
your awn tslypso band. A group
of youngsters, en KP at a sum.
mar camp, whip up a calypso
band with the following "intru "intru-ments":
ments": "intru-ments": Eleven glass jars, one moo
bucket. 14 frvlna Dans., one
squeaky screen door, eight wood wooden
en wooden sooons. one dinner sonar; three
brushes, four trarbaae cans, one
cookie sheet, four brooms, three
rain barrels and one wheelbarrow;
The "music" clanging forth may
Dury caiypso lor au time.
AEC Vamj Allempl
To Enter Test Site
Will Be Repulsed
LAS VEGAS. Nev. fUPY- The
Atomic Energy Commission
warned today that any attempt to
enter the Nevada proving grounds
by members of the National Com Committee
mittee Committee for Non-Violent Action
against Nuclear Weapons would be
repulsed by armed guards.
The warning .followed tne
group's announcement In ,:.N w
York that some of its members
would deliberately violate the law
by walking into the restricted nu
clear testing area next week. The
committee said it Planned the ac
tion to back up its protests against
nuclear testing.
Meanwhile, the AEC announced
the second consecutive 24-hour
postponement of its 11th blast of
the gest. series because ul adverse
wind conditions. The test, dubbed
"Shrsta." has been rescheduled
for 4:4b a.m. p.d.t. Thursday. Sci Scientists
entists Scientists said predicted winds would
have spread fallout over Lincoln
Mine, a community of several
hundred persons 40 miles east of
the test area.
Totflv fnconto .25 ,J5
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Fred Astaire In
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Robert Arthur in
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Today IDEAL 20 .70
Louis Hayward in
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MARGARITA 6:15 8:65
SOMEBODY LOVES ME
CRISTOBAL 1:M
"SLANDER"
PARAISO 6:15 7:45
"FORBIDDEN" and
"RAILS INTO LA RAMIE"
LA BOCA f :N
"SOMEBODY CP THERE
LIKES ME"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 7:56
"MAN IN THE VAULT"
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PRESENTS

Today,' Thursday,. Aug.
P.M. :
A-nft puntiifa Review
4:30 What's Vour Favorito (rs-
questa taken by pnoar
till s:uu;
a-anNawa
5:3-WhaVs Ypur P 0 r 1 1
(cont'd)
fl-fMWTnterlude
SI: lb BLUal RIBBON SPORTS
RSVXSW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Your Danoing Party
7:00 Goon show
7:30 Muslcland USA ;
a: 00 Proudly We. Hail
t:30-ralte It Prom Her
B:fltt you Asked For it (it
quests taken by phone
10:3tf-Music From Hotel El Pan'
, :imi '
10:45 Temule Of Dreams
11:00 concert Under the Stars
i3:oo-sign oir.
' Tomorrow, FrldayKAtig. Z
A.IV1.
:00 Sign on Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken
by phone tUl 7:00)
7:30 Moraine eaion concert
8:15 Church In The WUdwood
:SO Muaical Reveille
9:00 News
:15 Sacred Heart
fi:ao A l flee It
10:00-JENNIFER'S JOU RN At
(Cutet and Odorono)
10:06 fipws and NeetVes r
.. quests taken b
phont till 8:30)
11:00 News
11:06 Spins And Nttdlet
(cont'd)
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 News
PJVL
13:05 Luncheon Music
12:15 M E L A C H RINO MUSI
CAL '
12:30 Musical Travelog
1:00 News
1:15 Music OI Manhattan ;
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45 Songs of France
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 The Vlre-inlana
3:00 Hank Snow And His
Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kays flhow
3:30 Music For Friday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite re.
'quests taken by phone
'till 8:00) 'J
5:30 News
6:35-What's your Favorite
i (cont'd)
6:00 Interlude
:15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
ksvixw (paost Beer;
6:30 Your Dancing Party
6:45 Interlude
7:oo Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report From UA
8:00 Elizabethan Theater
8:30-Hancock's Half Hour
9:00 You Asked For It (re
quests taken by phone
uu t:so)
10:30 call All Forces (BBC)
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
12:00-Sign Off.
British Convict
Begs Off Tea;
Makes Him Vomif
LONDON (UP) Prisoner No.
153 in Dartmoor Penitentiary hates
tea. It makes him throw up.
He faces tea three times a day
for 11 years 13,140 cups, not
counting leap years. :
Tbe prisoner has used uup most
of his letter ration writing to
people on the outside appealing
against his fate.
One letter reached Bessie Brad Brad-dock,
dock, Brad-dock, member of Parliament,
who-agreed that not -all Britons
like tea. She said she would ask
the government m the House of
Commons about the convict's esse.
Prison regulations call for the
stead diet of tea. But th man.
ernor of the prison taiade one coa-1
coca for supper. .y ;-
DRIVE-IN
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LEATHERNECKS
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COL R. 1. HILL rigt), U.S. Army Caribbean engineer; pre presents
sents presents outstanding performance awards to three Engineer See-1
tion employes in ceremonies held recently in his offices at
Port Claytoa .They are- (left to right) Santiago Dam, Engi Engineer
neer Engineer Supply Division, Corozal; Mrs, Virginia Hunter, manage management
ment management improvement office. Engineer Section, Fort Clayton; and
Mf. Julie Bergere, administrative and management branch,"
Post Epgineer Division, Corozal Mrs. Hunter's and Mr. Dam's
, awards were for April. 1, 1956, to March 31, 1957. Mrs. Bergere'a
hward covered April 15, 1956, to April 30, 1957.
' . (U.S. Army Photo)

Tongues Wag As

Makes Off With Clinic Funds

DECATUR. Ga.. Aua. 1 (UP)- A
freckle faced widow who explained
away her fine clothing and three
automobiles by sayina sne was in
dependently wealthy was hunted
today in connection with a $100,000
embezzlement from a private
clinic here.
Police and the FBI broadcast an
alert throughout the South for
Mrs. Janet R. Gray, 40, and her
niece. Candice. 16. after discovery
of the loss at a private, medical
cunic. in tnis .residenuai suburb
six miles fron)l Atlanta.
The FBI charged -her with vio violation
lation violation of a federal law against inter-state
transportation : of stolen
gOOdS.
The case sat tongues te wag wagging
ging wagging among businas and social
acquaintances of tha "exception "exceptionally
ally "exceptionally polite" Mrs. Gray, who had
accepts dpayments at the clinic
from many of the town's promi prominent
nent prominent citliens.
The. clinic was operated By six
prominent doctors who apparently
were so busy with their many
patients that the loses Gradually
grew undetected ovee a period of
months,
.Mrs. Gray, bookkeeper of the
clinic was ordered to appear there
Tuesday to discuss what .appeared
to be a shortage of funds. Police
said she failed to show Up and up upon
on upon investigation was found to have
departed with young Candy and
her three automobiles.
Police said arountine audit turn
ed up part of the shortage and a
more complete check showed that,
although checks wdre depgsited re regularly
gularly regularly from the clinic, only $63
Baby Doll Baker's
Sisler, Boy Friend
Face Drag Charges
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (UP)
A preliminary hearing was sched scheduled
uled scheduled today for Virginia Baker, 20.
sister, of movie actress uarrou
(Baby Doll) Baker, on charges of
posessmg jiarcotics.
Miss Baker and her boy friend,
Jerry Baehr, 30, were to appear
before Peace Justice Clyde M.
Kissing erh e.ywTere arrested at
a St Petersburg belch nignt club
last Friday.
. Miss Baker, a former model and
winner of at least 12 beauty con-
teats in this area, signed a state
ment saying sne bad been smok-
1 i au- a. .2-1. a.
ling marijuana for the past : eight
months, authoritiea said.
Baehr. oa five years orobatioO
following a federal narcotics con
viction, denied he fiss had any
recent connection with narcotics.

. '.;:;
I j " y' ,y

Georgia Widow
iti cash had been deposted last
year. ?
1 Dr. Robert P. Shlnall Jr.," art
officor of the clinic, estimated'
tho total Joss at mora than 6100,
000. He would, not discuss the
case. further. Cf
Mrs. Gray has a sister in Switz Switzerland
erland Switzerland ; Candy's mother and
Capt. Ted Wayne of r the DeKalb
police detective bureau said it was
posible Mrs. Gray may be irying
w jeave ne couniryv au airports
were oeing cnecxea. tj ';i
Mrs." Gray I Was'' recognized' as
one oi tnose "solid citizens" of
suburban America. She belonged
to the local chamber of commerce
ana Knew tne best people. She
earned $00 a month at her clinic
job. ". :'
She is auite a dog fancier and
has attended most of the dog
shows in the South with some of
ner ao pedigreed CDCkef spaniel;
Marital Triangle
Turns Info Weird
A Afbir
EL PASd, Tex. (UP)-A marital
iriangie became a weird quad
rangie today When a woman with
two husbands said her first spouse
will marry her sister to provide
a moiner ior ner live children, j
" British. horn Mrs. EUeen stu
art, jailed,, here on bieamv
charges, said her legal husband,
Majj Charles G. StuarT Jr.,: 33,
agrcea io mary ner younger sis sister
ter sister after the couple sets a dl
vorce. V '.s-
She aaid'ha' ffrpi tn'4h ni.A
in order to provide' a mother for
weir nve children.
She' refused to identify" her sifs
tfr, who is believed to have
Hipped into Kl FtRft Mm Tnmntn
Canada. Tuesday. i
The- couple apparently reached
the agreement during a disrusoinn
Saturday night when Stuart
cnargea sgt. w Allen Louie WiUe,
Mrs. Stuart's extra huibin d.
puUed a v gun ( and threatened to
aiu mm. .,f
Stuart, on duty at '. Biggs 'Air
IPX B,,e v lodged reporters.:
Wille Is in custody, in the Fort
buss siocaaae and Mra. Stuart is
in county Jail ia lieu of $2,500
bond. v
Fort' -Bliii offlrial nll'Will.
raaaia-' f f
faces courts-martial oft charges of
oixamy, aauitery and aggravated
assault. : :
Stuart charges his "wife," who
says she is two months pregnant
by Wille, urged the. sergeant to
shoot him.
Hit

1 If

Oustanding Zona ." 1
Gir.l Scouts Leave : ,'
for US, Canada Soon i'
' Three- of the most outstandinc
Canal Zone Girl Scouts, Jean Sea
man, Caroline zirkman, and Caro Caroline
line Caroline Corn, will be departing. the
Isthmus at. the end of this week
for the National and internation international
al international Girl Scout camps in the United
States and Canada where they will
meet omer outstanding Girl Rcnut
and Girl Guides from all over the
wono.' s -1
Every year each of the girls
bring and exchange interesting his-
torical items or articles from their
particular country.." s
Auy reaaer wno has such an
item representative of "Panama
and is willing to donate it, is re requested
quested requested to either bring it into' the
Girl Scout offiPA at 7th Pf.Hn
Balboa, or telephone Balboa 1350
and arrangements will be made to
nave, picked up. WaturaUy, the
item must be small enrich fm
the girls to carry in their duffle
nags, items are needed 7 imme
diateiy, : i.
Cooperation in asiatinir th ntrt
ocouis wiu oe aeepiv appreciated
Red SakelJon Slill
Has Hope For Cure
01 Son's Lukemia
LONDON (UP) Red Sk.iton
arrived in London today and said
he still had hope that, a cure for
his son's fatal illness miuht h
iouna somewhere In the world.
r The rubber-faced comedian is
taking his 9-year-old son, Richard
on a world tour. Richard )a ant.
fering from leukemia and doctor
have said he may not lfve more
man a year.
Today Skelton said he hoped
that his travels would turn up
somebody who could euro Rich
ard. : JV"V vf, j
"I believe he is koina to trrow
up to be a fine young man," he
saia aa JLonoon au-port.-"Somewhere
in the world.- nar.
haps in a dark : attic, there must
be someone who has the answer
to the problem, Perhaps that per
son nasn t the courage to come
forward, but it's not only my boy
ne couia neip. mere are- tnou
sands of others."
Skelton said that since his son's
illness became general knowledge
ne nas received isu.ouo letters
from weii-wishers.s;'i'.; :
.- iv- i
ro bang ioughl
Afler'2 Slabblngs'
Hear IIY Pool
. . .. .'V; '.i -it i
NEW" YORK (UP)-A 1 15-year-
old boy was stabbed to death and
a companion critically wounded
Tuesday nisht .by members of a
teen-age v gang-rapparentlv in re reprisal
prisal reprisal for the beating of a fellow
gang member. ..
, The assailants, believed to be
members of a Negro gang known
as the Egyptian. Kings, fled before
th arrival of Police. -in f
The dead youth,- Michael Far
mer, and his companion. Roger
McShane, 16, were found lying
near a 'swimming pool ? in High-
bridge Park ,in the Washington
Heights section ; of uptown Man Manhattan,
hattan, Manhattan, ac" .''' --:
Farmer, the son of a New York
fireman, had been, stabbed twice
in the chest. ".'.::
McShane, stabbed four times In
the back and twice in the chest,
was reported in critical condition
today. ; '.-V ' -Police
believed that members of
the Egyptians attacked Farmer
and McShane (both white) in re-
venga for a beating administered
to one of their 'members at the
pool last week. Neither Farmer
nor McShana was knows to have
been involved in last week's incl
dent, pouce said. :
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CATCHING UP TO MOMMY Mary Ann,Milano is only a,
-year old and sUrtds- MH inches tall, but she already is was-'
high' to her 3foot, 7-inch mother, rinidad .Milano. Joseph
" Mllano, measurihg his daughter with a yard stick, is 4WV7.
inches tall. At bath time, Daddy has to take over as the
pound Mary Ann is Just too much for her mother 'to- hahdle.',
- The Milanos, formerly in.ShoW business, settled in Cleveland
six years ago. Mary Ahn, a normal size child, was born eights
' years after the Milanos were married. 1-, : ..z

Britain's Bishop Of Bradford

Arriving On Isthmus Tuesday

Arriving on the Isthmus next
Tuesday, Bishop F. Donald Cog Cog-an;
an; Cog-an; ot Bradford. Ehcland. will be
the guest of tne 'American Bible
Society in. Cristobal, and of Bishop
n. neDer uotaen or Ancon; :,
The isthmian -Religious Workers
FAripratinn will- meet in th Mrst
Isthmian Baptist Church of CriS'
tobal (Rev; Svlvanus Scarlett, vaa
tor ) on Thursday morning : Aug. t
to hear (Bishop Coggan speak on
the themeThe use oi tne utoie
today." Rev. John-"A.; Spalding
will nreside. and Rev. Robert F.
Gussick, program ehairman; will
introduce tne speaKer.'ra, nr vny p
Dr. Coggan after completing his
studies at Cambridge in1931 leo leo-tured
tured leo-tured InOld Testament langua res
and literature at Manchester Uni
versity fr three years.' Ordained
deacon In 1834, and priest the fol
lowing "year, ne served as curate
. .iT .i r. ; . J u XT At-
oi isungiun rarian uuurcn nvrua
London, from 1934 to 1937.
Professor of New Testament
for seven years at Wydlitfo Col Col-lttJt
lttJt Col-lttJt Toronto, Canada, .;Caggan
was awarded tho Doctor .of Divl Divl-nity
nity Divl-nity dogroo in 1944 by Wycliffe.
Aooointod striiwiple of the Lon-
don Collage of Divinity he held

MOO-VE." PLEASE Barbara Rhodes, four, looks I bit dis
gusted with the "cow" that's holding up her train. Bossy will)
be all Tight, however, as the electric train stopt autortatically :
when someming touches the tracks. The realistic railroad aituaV 1
tioo waa demonsUated at the Toy Guidance exhibit la New.
YorkCty,. V .:--r ''.

V

DO NT LOSE YOUR HEAD The common practice f
hansing triakets Jb front of your car windshild can set you
a $3 fine e five days in Jaa in California. A bia bamnf th,
; practice aarS it tvU down vixitriUty. Driver Terry Ranxn t
: Sacramento slsrw a horrible eaampV of -trirvkjrja-r-t

i .that petition for 12 years until
; his consecrate rion. as Bishop of
Bradford In 1956. Coggan ts the
father of two daughters.
Bradford, a Yorskshire diocese
of the Church of England, 1 part partly
ly partly industrial and partly rural. The
Cathedral Church, St.. Peter's,; was
built in 1485.-The city Is a world
center-of the woolen industry. With
coal and iron mines nearby, it is
also- a manufacturing center i of
machitry and automobiles. Other
products include rayon and1 leath leather
er leather goods",' and chemicals.
-The United Bible- Societies wth
representatves from 18 of ts 23
constituent Bible Societies of the
world present, elected' Dr. Coggan 1
president at tho v Conference last
month': in 'EiO "de Janeiro- These
societies 'work; in more, than 80
countries around the world, Dr.
Coggan presently is en tour of
the west coast df South America
Visiting .Bible Society Agencies.
' Coggan will remain on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus until Aug. 8. f While here lie
will inspect the work of the local

Bible' Society Agency with' head headquarters
quarters headquarters in Cristobal',: Jtev,- J.! Wj
Limkemann; aecretary;-.



THERSDAY. .AUGUST. I, 1957

THE -PANAMA .AMERICAN, AN INDEPENDENT. DAUX .NEWSPAPER
jlgk urn

'I looriar Rescue Methotl'Savos
t v i i J 4

Baby Gir! Vho Slipped In Well

o

ANDERSON, S.C. (UPJ Well

drillers using the method whlctmhey had recently moved to Incur

caved Benny Hooper rescued u

" month-old Yvonne Beasley: Mon
r; dav nleht four hours "and 10 mm-

utes after she had fallen 33 feet

- down i'10-Wcn pipe."
-' T ilrA l.naiuU Ronnv Wile.'

eyed, brown-haired Yvonne was

rushed to a hospital, uoctors sam
- she suffered from bruises and
exposure.
2-9 Chief Bailey Maddox, who
directed the rescue, said an "al "allow"
low" "allow" angle leading tl.e iron pipe

Into the aide I, a coverea terra
cbtta .well stopped the child's

plunge, otherwise "she wouia nave
lrni tfrtinff 6nrl rirnwnAd."

. The fire department rescue and

v salvage f truck arrived 1 first ana
quickly lowered an- oxygen hose
that doctors credited with keeping
i Yvonne alive, in another'' etrikiag
parallel to Benny's famous rescue

last, May at Manorvqie, n.y.
-( Betters Takei Over i
i Shortly i Afterward two physl physl-cUni
cUni physl-cUni ; arrived i and j administered

the oxygen from a cylinder on the

truck, aurmg tne arming, u i
''After bulldozer had scooped
futiiely at the .earth beside the
pipe, Maddox said, Eugene, Bobo
Jr., Bill Hughes and ; volunteer
helpers. tised BoboV machinery to
drill' a : 36,inch-wido -hole .beside
the pipe to a ao-foot depth, f
, Then Vaughn (Red) Roberts,' the
most insistent! of numerous volun volunteers,
teers, volunteers, was lowered-into the -new
v well. He broke- through the terra
cotta wall just below Yvonne and
pulled her down into big arms.: v

Mrs. fLenora Beasley, ,28, said

hnm ahnut rieht miles from A

dprson and were unaware that an

old wash tub turned upside down
in their backyard covered the ex

posed, treacherous pipe.

RescueNear Midnight

' tJttihflat the throne which Rath'

ered at the Dot during the drill

ing under- f 1 o o d 1 i g h t s got no

glimpse ot xvonne. woen sue was
lifted from' the rescue shaft at

11:40 p.m.' e.d.t.. rs. jseasiey

said. , i f ? -.

what was Yvonne wearing,

she was asked., TlJ, j

"1 hate to say thl," Mrt. Bess-

ley laughed, ;'but I was going to

change ner' mr,
-.a K'il h x la Sentem.

ber, and had gone to the house
with her panties in my pocket.";
."He. came, in crying -j jiisjace
was white; he was, ihaking and
told' me she fell into 'a r. Jiole.. ;I
thought they had dug little hole
and she had r, skinned her, leg of

something.- .' ' 1
m hannaned to Dasi bv the

opening the pipe came about lour
inches above the ground;.- and
heard her cry. But If it hadnt

been for him I never wouw nave
known she was in there."

Th i mnthpr aaid she tried tO

flag down, passing motorists wiin wiin-out
out wiin-out avail. She said that 20 min minute
ute minute 'went by before she was-able
to attract attention and summon
aid. Yvonne's father had not yet

returned from work. 5 '

Wdr .Bride With 5 Childrep,
2 Hubbies, Denies. Plotting

Utilities Accused Of Misuse
Of Rapid TdxAmort

"WASHINGTON", Aug. l'(VTy Coon-constnictlon of -two "dams

' SCRAM, BUM! An angered elandnormally a timid animal uses his head to chase away
ypung elephant oq tone of the wild animal reservation! at Albert Park,; Belgian Congo. The
, j, elephant but tad into the elands' area but quickly found out that two can play at Uw butting
gam. The moral of the picture might be; Don't butt into other people's business. :

Sen. Estes Kefauver (DTen)

Chareed vestordav that private uti

lity companies are misusing rapid
tax amortization privileges to bene

fit their stockholders rather than
consimers..He said they have found

a "bonanza" in the program. : ;

But Wlllard WI Gatchel, Ken

oral counsel for the Federal Pow-
- rmioi mniA "fVio1 FPr

does, not consider that -fast tax
write-offs are Windfalls." He said
"they were meant to be an in inducement
ducement inducement to get p r i v a t e com companies
panies companies to take on projects, which
are beneficial to the national de defense."
fense." defense." ''
;The divergent 'Views .were aired
as Kefauver's Senate Antl Trust
and Monopoly subcommittee re resumed
sumed resumed its scrutiny : of the tax

privileges granted Idaho Power

t Hells Canvon

T,he company 'renounced the
benefits at the peak of a Senate
fight over a bill to build a high

federal dam at tne site; aui nana
Dixon, subcommittee counsel, said
the groups Democratic majority
Vis not at all aatisfied that Idaho

Power meant 1 what it said When
it .promised to return the certifi

cates." r t't
"We have received no assurance
that they hare been officially can cancelled,"
celled," cancelled," he said. -i
Jacob Wyckoff, head of the Of Office
fice Office of Defense Mobilizations tax

amoritzation branch, said the cer certificates
tificates certificates "definitely have been
cancelled absolutely and: for

ever."

The subcommittee did not get

to the Idaho Power case immedi

ately r Instead,- Kef aorer' sparred
with Gatchell over the general
program. : He said evidence eoU
leced by the committee "shows
clearly that com pany stock stock-holders,
holders, stock-holders, not the consumers, get
all the benefits.
-Kefauver-e h a r g d-that the
Washinaton Power Co.; ''started

the practice of using at least part

of ne money u saved tnroug
these write-otfs tt give to stock stockholder
holder stockholder ,as return on capital."
. The so-called rapid tax write-off

program permits a company te

write off in five years instead of

the usual 2ft or- 25 part of aU of
the construction costs on essen

tial mobilization projects. ;

Thus. a i company in eflect u

authorized to; postpone the burdea

ott some Income tax payments for

five years.

'ELPASO, Tex.'' Aug. 1 (UP) -i
A British, war bride with five chil

dren and two husbands wntf'is
charjged with bigamy denied today
she and her second husband plot:

td to kill', her first hus Dana,

Mrs. Eilee Stuart,, who was

- married to Mai Charles

; ct.,.ri. Tr aioht win aea IOr

lowing their meeting m London,
. claimed the major isn't really, in interested
terested interested in her at all but, in her

younger ,aisterf wno, ane iwu
1 efl route to El Paso.
Sht said the major and her sis
ter she didn't gel to identify
her, her attorney atbpped her be be-,
, be-, fore she could planned to .nari
.- ry iasvsoon as-the sister can .get
.here from Toronto. That will e
any day owi Mri.rStuart said.
tiut Stuart telli a different
story.-. He said Mrs.'; Stuart car
ried on an Jllic.it affair with Sgt
i lC Allen Loula Wille behnd his
back iand that, she married the
sergeant before having first t di divorced
vorced divorced him.
w: Stuart said the affair with the
sergeant begin while' he was
away from Biggs Air Force Base.
Where toth he and the -sergeant
were stationed, on an assignment

' with he Air Force.

Mrs. SuUrt' met WOle at,,the

non-commissioned .officers club,
he .said, end they ; started 'going

rou"U VOgeiuer out. oi.ua u-
mitted she went with the sergeant

for several' months -and wat mar married
ried married to him after she became
pregnant by him. 1 ,J

stuart aaid.wnen ne iirst. return
ed from his assignment, Mrs. Stu

art confessed to hint ahe had met

aaother man. But, he said, be tele

phoned the sergeant and told mm
to aty away ? from her For a
time, he said, all was quiet. r
Then one day, he came .home
to find the children and maid la
tears end Mrs., Stuart gone. She
had run off to Anapra, Nr M.,
with he sergeant to N married,
Stuart said. r
This happened July 20, he a aid.
.Then before dawn last. Tuesday,
he said, Wille and MrsiStuart--';
..V) t ?- t. t't '-

t ii if it

now Mrs. Willi also cam into

his nome.
'He said Wille held a un" on
him andwith Mrs. Stuart urging
Willie "to shoot him and lets 'get
it over-with, "I'll, s wear set. de defense:
fense: defense: Stuart said he -wrote a
note with an eyebrow pencil on
brown wrapping paper promising
tq give her divorc.t. 4V,
"My 'wife "kept saying, 'Don't
listen, shoot him. He'll Only go

back On his word. We're going to

claim self-defense that he tried
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NATIONAL LEAGUE

Teams
Milwaukee
St. Louit
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
Cincinnati
NewiYork
Pittsburgh
Chicago
W
60
58
57
56
55
43
36
33
Pet.
.594
.592
.576
.560
.556
.430
.356
.337
2
3V4
4
16V4
24
25 V4
Today's Games
Brooklyn at Chicago
Philadelphia at Cincinnati (N)
New York at St. Louis (N)
' Only games scheduled
Yesterday's Results
(First Gama)
Brooklvn 000 001 0113 9 0
Chicago 010 100 0002 9 l
Drysdale, Roebuck 2-l), Labine
nd campaneua.
? Rush (1-12) and Neeman.
(Second Game)
Brooklyn 000 ooo 0022
Chicago 010 000 0001
v Craig, Roebuck (3-1), U
and Campanula.
7 1
3 1
bine
Brosnan, Lown, uuieiiein,
El-
aton-(3-5), Anderson and Fannig.
(Night Gams)
Pittsburgh 000 000 0022 8 1
Milwaukee 001 012 00x-4 11 1
Purkey (10-8), KUne, King,
fwaftson and Rand, Peterson.
. Buhl (13-6) and Rice.
(Night Gama)
New;York 000 010 0001 7 2
St. Louis 000 021 20x 5 11 1
r Crjne 4-ev McCormick, 'Mon 'Mon-tsnt.and
tsnt.and 'Mon-tsnt.and Thom9s. .:
. Wehmeier (54) and Landrith.
(Night Gama)
Phila. 002 100 020 00-5 16
Cincinnati 200 000 003 016 16
Haddix. Meyer, Farrell, Miller
(2-4) and Lopata, Lonnett.
1 Amor, Klippstein, Sanchez, Ack Acker;
er; Acker; Fowler (3-6) and Bailey.

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Taams
W
L
Pet.
GB
New York
Chicago
Boston
Cleveland
Detroit
Baltimore
Kansas City
Washington
65
61
,54
50
49
46
36
35
34
37
45
49
49
53
63
66
.657
.622
.545
.505
.500
.465
.364
.347
3V4
11
15
15Vfc
19
29
31
Detroit at Boston
Chicago at Washington
Only games scheduled
(First Game)
Kansas City
New York
000 000 000 0 ,5 0
000 001 10x 2 5 0
Trucks
Thompson
(7-5),
Burnette and
Turley (6-3)
and Berra
(Second Game)
Kansas City
New York
030 100 000 4 2
000 310 Olx 5 11
Portocarrero, ; Gorman (2-6),
Morgan and Thompson.
Larsen (6-3), Ditmar and John Johnson,
son, Johnson, Berra.
Detroit
Boston
000 140 0005 11,
000 200 0103" 10
Sunning (13-3), Byrd and House.
Nixon (8-6), Minarcin, Susce, De De-lock
lock De-lock and White, Daley.
(Night Gama)
Cleveland 010 110 001 4 11 1
Baltimore 000 000 0000 6
Narleski 8-l and Naragon.
Moore (7-8), Lehman and Trian
dos.
Chicago
020. 003 001 6 11 1
000 100 2115 14 0
Washington
Keegan (7-4), Staley", Derringtoh,
Howell, LaPalme and Moss.'
Ramos (7 9), Hyde, Abernalhy,
Clevenger Byerly and Berberet.
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iAa jor League

LEADING. BATTERS
; (Based on 250 official at bats)
National League
P and C r G AB R ; H Pet.
Aaxon,' MiL., 98 404 77 137 .339
Groat; Pitt. 75 305 35 101 .331
MusiaJ, St.. Louis 98 383 61 126 .829
Schoendienst, Mil. 98 421 55 134 31
Mays, New York 99 371 70 118 .318
f'ondy, Pitt; 7 344 42 109 .317
Robinson. Cincf. 95 387 67 122 .315
Thomas, Pitt. ; 100 405 49 123 .304
i Moryn, Chicago 94 349 47 106 ,304
Crowe, unci, 328 54 ,3uz
American League
Williams, Bos. 92 308 73 118 .383
Mantle, N.Y. 99 329 94 118 .359
Woodling, Clev. ,83 251 47 84 ,335
Boyd. Bait. 95 314 52 103 .328
Skowron, ,N.y 87 323 48 105 .325
Fox, Chicago J 99 386 62 125 .324
Minoso, Chicago- 98 367 57 114 .311
Wertz, Cleve.. 97 338 54 104 .308
McDougad,NJf.:90 P45 64 106 J07
Malzone, Boston 98 02 44 121 .301
HOME, RUNS
National League
Aaron, Braves
Snider, Dodgers
Crowe, Kedlegs
Musial; Cards
Banks, Cubs
30
26
23
22
22
American League
Williams, Red Sox
Mantle, Yanks1 -Sievers,
Senators
CoUvito Indians''
Maxwell, Tigers
29
28
27
19
19
RUNS BATTED IN
National League
Aaron, Brkves
Musial, Cards
Crowe, Redlegs
Ennis, Cards
Hoak, Redlegs
American League
Sievers, Senators
Mantle, Yanks
Wertz, .Indians
Skowron, Yanks
Jensen, Red Sox
SO
79
69
66
63
74
74
72
71
69
PITCHING W L
Pet.
.900
.847
.813
.786
.769
(Based on. TO decisions)
Schmidt, Cards
9
Sanford, Phus Phus-Bunning,
Bunning, Phus-Bunning, Tigers-
Donovan, wTiite Sox'
Grim, Yanks '.
14
13
11
10
PANAMA

Pierce Claims New

Key To Success 1 his Season

ALL IN THE GAME Herb .Score, left, shakes hands wkK
.Gil McDougald. A line drive off the Yankee shortstop's bat
nearly eoet the. Incnans' great pitcher" ihe-sight f one-eye.

Ruth Lincoln, Lee Knuth
Triumph In Monthly PWGA
Tourney At Summit Hills

Ruth Lincoln has again proven
that the Summit Hills golf course
holds no terrors for her, not even
during a' rainstorm. Playing in
the July PQGA tournatnent there
on -Saturday, she carded a neat
2-under-par 68 to win low net hon honors
ors honors for the day.
Lee. Knuth, soon to depart these
shores, added to her collection of
eolf -winnings by taking the lew
gross prize with a very credita credita-le
le credita-le 81. . .,
Despite the inclement, weather,
there was a good turnout on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and affairs-were very well
organized and managed by Peggy
Montanye.
The PWGA wishes to- thank Na National
tional National Distillers for its donation
of a! fifth of Agewood, Pere GraH
ham for a bottle of scotch lor a
sport prize, George Dilfer. for an another
other another bottle of scotch for a spot
prize, and the Summit Hilli Coun Country
try Country Club for the donation of a
golf bat and glove. These addi addi-tions.
tions. addi-tions. were greatly appreciated, es especially
pecially especially by the lucky players, who
took delivery.

Don Johnson, On Beam

4.
After
Quitting
Hope
Left For
NEW YORK, Aug. 1 (UP)
Don Johnson, a temperamental vet veteran
eran veteran who just a month ago vowed
he'd never nlay again for Toron
to, today appears to be the only
hope left lor the Leafs' Interna
tinnl Learner-nennant hopes;
The 30-vear old righthander
arft through, with a clutch -2
viptnrv aver Richmond in the sec
ond came of a doubleheader last
nieht after the Vees had. won the
opener. J-L to gain temporary pes-
session of rst piace. iQronuiB i
third place, has won only three of
- . m f .A.. I mm
its test 12 games, ana jonnson n
won -them all' with -complete game
victories.' ;
Tfi nthM action. Buffalo defeated
Mi.tot a- in 12 inninis after
droiMiint the onener.' 2-0. .Montreal
and Columbu split, the Royals,
inini the first. 3-2. and, tIM k
in the second. 7-5. and Rochester.
beat Havana a-o, .. in, -,
trim u-
Marty Kutyna and Sonny- Janles
teamed to .hotd- Toromo iw ma
in the seven-uining opener. Kuty
na siiiiMf the decision, his eighth
aeainst four losses, on the strength
of a three-run homer by Tom Car-
rolLO JV:- (
The Tfi scored oce in me
ninth -ianing t the nightcap- lor
Jnhnioa'c tenth, win l 15 oecl-
Bona lo acorea once in iae am
inning f the nightcap to defeat
Satchel Paige and break a four
game losing streak.
The victory,, credited to Steve
inhlM the Bisons to re
tain their half-game, edge on first
niece. In the opener, torn wuai-
tri enut Buffalo out OB ,ix oiu
to stretch Miami win streak to
five. '
Ren Valdes went all the way
for Montreal in the first game to
move the Royals iU a tempora
ry tie with Columbus for seventh
place. However, Montreal : was
shoved right back into the cellar
in the nightcap as Bob Anderson
won hia first game for the Jets.
Dick BicketU yielded U hits to
Havana but was tough ia the

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The following is a complete' list
of winners: (Wet scores)
Ruth Lincoln
Bev pilfer
Pearl Trim
Ethel Perantie
Ruby Kruger
Cleo Burns
" Peg Montanye
Micki Knock H
Connie Bishop
Pali Waring
Wilma Riley
Bobbie Hughes
May Askew
Martha' Bruster
Louise Jones
Alyce French
Harriet Serger -Lynne
Jones
68.
70
72
73
74
r"75"
-76
.76;
77
78
78
79"
79
79
79
80
80
Spot, prizes were
follows:
distributed
as
Low putts Bcv Dilfer
High putts Lil Tester
High Gross score Helen Thomp
son
2nd High Gross 'Lil Tester
Team,
Only
Toronto
cluch to earn his 10th win against
four loses. Mike Cuellar was the
starter and loser for the Sugar
Kings. : i :
The linescores and standings:
Teams
W L Pet. CB
61 48-..560.
Buffalo
Richmond
Toronto
Rochester;
Miami
Havana
Columbus
Montreal
60
.57;
56
53
53
49.
48
48
53
55
54
58
60
61 V
,556
.518
.505,
,495
.477
.450
.440
4
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7
S
12
13.
Yesterday's Result.
w vi w III.
- (7 rnnlngst
Richmond '. 000-003-0
,3--0
Toronto ooo-ooo-l ; 1A2 6
Kutyna, 'James.. (7): and Chiti;
Grimsley. Tiefenauer (7 and St
Claire. .WP Kutyna7 LP Grinas-
iey.:H carroiL -, ; j. i-
: -'. :(Flrr- Came) T'V
Mlam! i Vvft 010400-1 2, 8 0
Buffalo (KXMWO-a -6-0
Qualtert and McCuIlough; Hahn
and Noble.
(Flraf Came) ; v
(7 inning.) J J
Columbus . 100-000-1 233
Montreal 000-218-x 341
Kildoe, O'Brien (() and Kravitr,
Va Ides and Kooning. LP Kildoo.'
HR-Henley.; f v -;
' .-TivfS Came) t;.-.:
Richmond 001-000-020 J 70
Toronto ' 000-030-OQl 471
: Kite.' Biroa (1) and Chiti; John
son iad RoseHL LP Dixon. HR
Roselli, -
' I$cnd Came) :
Corambua 202-012-000 7122
Montreal 311-000-000 5102
Anderson, O'Donnell (7) and
Kravitz; Barker, McUinn (3), Dar
nell (7) and Ronning. WP Ander
ses, LP McMinn. HR Novak.
Havana 000-000-000 o-lii O
Rocbeater 001-101-OOx 3 7
Caellar, Heard (7) and Izquier
do; X. RkketU sad ShanU. LP

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By OSCAR FRALIY ;
' NEW YORK (UP-BillyVpirce
has turned his year around and
it may. pay off with the best sea season
son season the .White Sox southpaw ever
has had.
1 ' i v
Billy was a 20-game winner last
season yet' actually he staggered
into tne cnarmed circle. He won
16 of his first 20 games but then.
from this point on, captured only
iour- oi nis last nine games.
The answer is that he ran nut
of gas while this season, due to
a change in tactics, he has a full
tanKv
"Iff lUSt that I. feel 1 trnnffr
this year." savi the lfnHr l.ff
nanaer v wno, with a 15-7 mark.
was the first 15-game winner in
S.L. . . .V"
we majors mis aeason.
The Big Reason
The reason
is that he didn't
out tin the "spring,
led the i American
a L87 earned run
pitch himself
The man who
League with
average in 1955
Was finding his
ics uu sixeuginening his arm.
ou wnen xne nay wefit on the line.
me iW-year-om Pierce was riaht
there. Proof came on opening day
as he beat Herb Score, the Cleve-
iauQ iireuauer,in a' 3-z thriller, j
Lack of stamina formerly was
his big problem.; YeYt he has
shown no hint of tiring In ja skein
of triumphs which include a pair
win mree snutouts.
a two-hitter, pair of three hit hitters
ters hitters and three four-hit efforts
, Most of his wins have been over
the top clubs, too, with four over
Cleveland, three over the Yankees
and two each against Detroit and
Boston.
.Off Detroit Sandlots
Pierce, whrf came off the TWmit
sandlots, was a long lime arriv-
s, Aiier mree years t Buffalo.
he rode the Detroit bench in 1948
and "got the best break Avar
had" by being traded, to th whito
oux in ixovemoer of 1948,
After four mediocre
developed a slider which helped
him to 18 victories in mu foil
back to. mediocrity because of a
spr arm In ,1954; but, since vha.
come on to become, according Ho
inauyfapexig. mevtop lefthander in
the leagua.1 Tw wear go he won
"only'? 15 while- dropping1 six
game Dy a one-run margin. Last
year he finally hit 20.
Tflis time, coming on instead of
fading- in the atretch. there no
telling where-he'll, stop. :
Onlhe Alleys.
Teams- s j
"Beauties r:'- '
Biras -breakers
,
Bees -'
Bustles
' '.J;,'" Ui r-t.
w
27
24
lit
16
13 ;
Wednesday af Amador the IS
on tne pre-chmax to their league
woicn closes out 'next week, jne
pepped up Ueauties, scrapping for
every piu seourea tneir just place
wuereas tne Tunnerup uiras iai-
tered. Three points separate tne
two teams and one week to go.
' Beauties 1 BIsom "1
Lena Burchette and Dottie Drews
displayed the best lorm lor the
Beauties. Lena collected a net
542 set and Dottie after -a i week
second game, came back strone
and, finished with a" 511 'series.
Th Blossoms threw a temporary
scare into the- Beauties when they
took that second game, by three
pins. Caroline Jackson tried might might-y
y might-y hard to knock off the Beauties
with her 502.. . r.
Breakers 3 Birds I
The Breakers reallv lived nn to
their, same, because they broke the
dscks ot tne iiirdi. v The Birds
started by winning th first chap
ter oy ( u pins, put -lost the sec
ond by nine pins and the third by
ii ana rrs oy xne. last same
was a heart breaker, because th
Birds tossed ah 846 only to ,hav
their hopes, shattered wnen : the
Breakers retaliated with 856. The
cuipnt-in tbe Breakers camn. as
far as th Birds were concerned
but a "heroeUe" as far as the
Beauties wa Tommie Weishaar
with a 521. Other keglerettes to go
over the 500 .mark were Evelvn
aaraina witn ner net 535- and Pat
Hill with 523. 1 . .-
Bee 3 Bustles 1 '
With their generous handicap
stored in their bee hive, the Bees
went out ana gathered just enough
pins to bust the Bustles, te L
This match was over in quick or order
der order because of three blinds:
The Bustles, although having the
best team average in the loop,
just cant click at the right time
to win games and are fighting t
keep eut of the cellar. No fair la lady
dy lady broke over 500 in this match.
The tops was Bee's Jean Dauphia
with 489 and next in ha was the
Bustles' Helen Glud 48U -
Cuellar. HR Burgess.
.? (Second Gam
(12 lnlns) .. .''V
Miami 00-000-002-000 2141
Rogovin, Lipetri (7), Paige (12)
and Bucha: Craddock, 'Herbert
(11). Nagy (11) and Astroth. WP
Nagy, LP-PAige. BR Bucha.

Pitches:
FbrTni

Thirteenth Vidorv

By, JOHN

; NEW, YORK Aug. 1 w Bob Bujil; who.
might be pitching the Chicago Wh'te Sox toward a 1
pennant except for a little mistake the Somade."

,kept the Milwaukee Braves atop the wild National

league flag scramble today and is -now theinbig

money pitcner.
Beetle-browed JBuhl posted vie
tory No, 13 for the Braves last
night, 4-2, on an eight-hitter over
tne rittsDurgh' Pirates to maintain
their half-game lead over the St.
Lotus Cardinals. 4
It was -the fourth straight win
and left nim second only to the
Phillies' Jack Sanford for most
victories in the National League.
With two months left in which to
gan the. 20-game circle; Buhl has
almost reached the full stardom
predicted, for him when. be won
13 games as a Braves' rookie in
1953, k
' All this is so much ; applesauce
tor tne wnite. Sox; who first sign
ed him. to ..a minor league eon
tract m 1947. It developed the
signing took- Dlace before his
cla ss graduated front high school,
so the baseball commissioner made
him a free agent and this time, he
signed witbt the Braves,
. The; Bra v gave BoHl fa 4
lead eh homers by Red Schond Schond-lenst
lenst Schond-lenst in the third and Johnny
Logan fn the fifth, blus' two un
earned runs in th sixth.t.H
miiin ms rourrn snuTour or m
year when the Pirate rallied
tor two runs in the ninth. ..
! The Cardinals kept pace with a
5-1 victori over the Giant behind
Her,m Webmeier and third place
tirooKiyn moved witmn two games
of the stop by beating Chi. twice
3-2 and. 2-1.; Fifth place Cincinnati
beat .fourth-place Philadelphia, 6-5,
n an 11-inning nighter. :
In the A. L. nennant fhasi. the
New' York' Yankees creased their
league lead to 3 Vi games by beat beat-it
it beat-it their Kansas City '"cousins"
twice," 2-0 and 3-4.' Chicago won a
single from Washington, 6-3, while
Detroit downed Boston; 5-3, and
Cleveland blanked Baltimore, 4-0.
- chemeier scattered seven hits.'
including Hank Sauer's' 14th hom
er, to beat the Giants as Al Dark
is;D'mato

By Defying Fight Tradition

, , By JACK CUDDY
NEW YORK. (UP) Manager
Cu D'Amato s defiance of power
and i tradition in the fight game
was attracting almost as much at
tehtion today as the first of his
heavyweight champion,, Floyd Pat-
terson. v . -;v.
D'Amato is in the midst of four
moves that may. make him top
kraan in the world of boxing.. They
are: f r
Today he sends, young -Pat
terson .back to camp at Green Greenwood.
wood. Greenwood. Lake. N. Y- to sharpen ior
the first "open championship in
nnr 'history a aeiense ot nit
world professional title against the
worn amateur champion, Pete
Rademacher,1 at Seattle, Wash
Aug, 22.v WT"
He' and Patterson, have waived
the $175,000 guarantee for Monday
night I knockout defense against
Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson in or
der i to .make Certain that the
D'Amatb ,; appointed promoter,
Einil Lence, suffers no loss from
the : Polo Grounds' disappointing
gate and stays in business. .,
iy-:. Boycott -HemeTV.. A
-He has" withdrawn Patterson
from home fight-television on any
network 'until-such time as one
of the major TV corporations
shall contract with an independent
promoter, like Lence. for a week
ly TV-fight series, in opposition to
the International Boxing : Club's
TV-fight supremacy, k . r v
. .-'.-
Looking beyond the Radem
cher fight, D'Amato is planning
another Patterson .defense nnder
Lence promotion at New York ia
October or November, which he
will try to force into Madison
Square Garden or, otherwise, stage
at the big Kingsbridge Armory in
the Bronx. -. -
I want to break the Ccht came
wide open," said th stocky, gray-

Eight-Hitter

GRIFFIN

led his support with four hits." It
was. the Cards' fifth straight win.t
The Dodg'era -won both thear
games in the ninth inning. Duke"
Smder's 25th and 26th, homers gave
them ,a 2-2 tia after eight frame
of the onener and thev won in th

nintn with a run on three single
off Bob Rush. Trailing 1-0, they v
got two runs in. the ninth of th
nightcap with the help of Don El
ston'a wild pickoff attempt. Ra-'
liven Ed Roebuck was. credited

irnu uvut wins, t

the Redlegs,) trailing 5-2, scor scored
ed scored three in ,the last of the ninth
to tie, two on Ted Kluszewski's
pinch, homer, and beat the Phil
with an 11th inning run on Gus
Bell'r double .and Joe Nuxhall' s
pinch smgle. The win (napped a
three-game Redleg losing streak.
The. Yankees made it 16 out of
17 against the A's a IBob Turley'
hurled a five-hitter in the opener
ad Don Larsen with ninth inning
help; pitched a two-hitter in the
nightcap. Mickey Mantle's 28th
homer featured the first win and
Bill Skowron .singled home the
run that broke a 4-4 tie in the
oiffhfh inninor' nt ecnnil ...

Larry Doby had four hits .for
the Whit Sox and drove in what,
proved to be th winning run in
. the ninth inning. Roy Sievers hit
,Ws 27th homer In vain for the
; Senators, whe suffered their -.fourth
straight loss.
, Ray Narleski; ex-bullpen ace,"
pf'hed a four-hitter for Cleveland
to notch his -third straight com complete
plete complete victory and hand the Oriole -their
third straight shutout loss.
Gene Woodling's homer and two
single and Bobby Avila'a single,
double, and triple led bis support.
v. Jim v Riinnintf jrf Tljkf m& niAlr.j1

UD his fifth straieht win and 13th

of the year with help from reliev reliever
er reliever Harry Byrd; Ted Lepcio of Bos

ton and Dave Philley of Detroit
homered
haired manager today. "I'll ha v
no truck with monopolies or com.
bines or cliques. I want to help
independent promoters get back on
flieir feet and make it possible for,,
fighters, in all stages of develop"
ment. to. get -what thev're worth
And. luckily j I've cot a wnrM
heavyweight champito who share
my ideals.' i :. -t .-:..
Floyd
Loses $5T,140
In waiving the $175,000 guaran
tee fOE j last Mniutav'a KaUt n
Amato flabbergasted
throughout fistiana Patternn
cepted 40. per cent of all net re -ceipt
and took a purs of $123, $123,-859
859 $123,-859 which was $51,140 lea. thin
the guarantee. , v --; ....;y'
. ..,''( Vilji.. ''.-m
- Meanwhile, i Japkcnn th i..jt"i
nattered n challenger,', remained
abed at the MeadowhmnV ui..-t .i
in ; suburban East Meadow
covering from a kidney bruise that
caused blood in hi bladder-kid-;
ney tract. ; ,,'.-., -..-
Five specialist ma.
of tests, including X. rays, and i
recommended he r.m,in u. a
hospital several days for observa-1
Won. Their thorough examinatiocrt i
disclosed no other serious injuries.
The HuricaneV mother. flmnC t
gia, and hi lister took him to the I
hospital at 4:40 a.m. e.d.t. Tues. i
day about six hours after his loth
round trhnal a-mu.b.rf v.a.. i
terson.,.. .,. .. ,..;-
".. i. a--. -
Queen EliwtetitB
Winningest British)
Horse Owner Agairi

'".I"" '.,! 1 -' ) we eaaaeaaeeeeiaweaBeBr ..
Stea s Show

" LONDON fTJP -rn.l r

oeth was the wumingest race .

uorae owner in .Britain today.
The victory bv her Atm.H. im.
Tuesday's Belmont SUke
the Queen's prize money for th
seasoa to 41,034 pound $114,895 ).
about 100 more than she took ii
vn wnen sn also was th lead.
ing owner.-
. - - .-
Hght Results
By UNITCD PRESS
SAN ANTONIO. Tex., Jo
Brown, 139, New Orleans, out.
pointed Gilbert Hoi ruin, iu ri'
Paso. Tex. (10) aoa-titje.
r 1958
FORD EDSEL
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HURSDAT, AUGUST 1, 1957

THt PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE NIN1'3
HE'S ON FIRST
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' Vf 1 v Y ,1 A HONOR A 1
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by

Dan Daniel

World heavyweight thampioria have defended ,fi!!
with sqmetlms on,- often rich, and frequently Mtrulnjr

the past ever looked forward to

WlL A lift. 6J, atVCiOUlt Ovuvmuivu w vas w r
cher, -former GIrt 8eattlet with $250,000 already. In escrow In
a bank there to guit antee payment for the soft touch.

OlymDio hearywelght title at
DlC KUy irom-Jaoui-B Airtcs gave
y
,of keeping the f l,08ff which he
u w fatiu ilmi.li Oi.
" mm t .

net Are aif nuif ior at nwvvii, nwwnM --
York t consult JJat rielscher, publisher of Rlnr MJie,.wlth
whom he had become friendly ai tho Olympics -?, f i
Fleischer told Pete If he really sought a professional career

A J S 1 1 1 .1 ..

Ified, send' him against more Interesting game. However,-he de.
1 J J a. 4U.a..ak aa.M. 4-Ua4- Uw(a. nWtfa.lUa.l TWH-anf tk.htV.

D'Amato's

Petterson's $250,000 guarantee for an encounter which Tery

UKeiy will prove to be a hoax doubtless Is part of cus D Amato s
glorious tampalgfri to clean- up boxing, rid, the country of Norris

ana ms ting connections, ana
When; Norris off ertd to
Machen, Cus shrieked that never

with any fighter who owed allegiance to the international Box Boxing
ing Boxing dub. ''':.; ,.;,-: -.'- ';::';-''
When -Norris sufeeested a f lehfwlth the bizarre Jackson, D.'

Amata condemned the Hurricane as Just another tool Jn the
hands of the EBC boss, ',, - -".V:
But when Norris released Jackson, and accepted Emll lence

as promoter of We matcn, crusader D'Amate-revised his listing
of the Hurricane. '':.: -:v

- Asked how he figured the .possible hoax' lit .Seattle 'to fit In
wltb. his campaign to clean up boxing, D' Amata, replied, "How

coma i xurn uown zou,uuu ior my- iignter? wnat couw i nave
told him. had I refused, the match? t' a .
'I3 the Rademacher match tny 'worse than Joe' Louis' bum
of the month fights?? i ' '. :

,' . N Modeni. Counterpart '.
Thai Patterson would repeat over Jacks'otf was' fairly certain.
That in furtherance of D Amato's holy cleanup, Floyd- will belt
Rademacher all the Way back to Melbourne la even more
conceivable.- ; ; V ..
In ih meantime; ring historians are trying to' find a coun counterpart
terpart counterpart to amateur Pete and his title shot. ; J v." --T-
- -Bark .In he bare-knuckle days in England,, in 1105, Henry
Pearce, tbo reigning heavyweight .champion, spotted "likely
bruiser named John Gaily In a debtor's prison, fearco trained
juUy, got him rat of jail, and then beat him In 14 rounds. When
Pearco. retired, Gully laid claim to the title.
Jack SkeMy was an amateur when he fought, and was
knocked out by Oeorge Daon for the bantam, title at Uw ot ot-leans
leans ot-leans in J92. ' . ..l .:-

Jack Munroe, the Butte copper miner, was little more than
n amateur In 19M, when Jim Jeffries belted him .out In two
rounds at aan rrancisco. , ; :
Pearce, Dixon and Jeffries all belted out their amateur foes
even without the aid of the kind of moralistic crusade which is
being conducted by D'Amata ...

List For

Isthmian Amateur tournameht

August 10 will b the starting
day tor the Isthmraa Amateur Golf
tournament, to be held at all four
major Golf Courses on the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. Th tournament committee
baa approved the following list of
Prizes,, all donated by Mercurio
Jewelers' of Panama City,
' Championship Flight Winner
silver punch bowl set. Runner
vp aiivcr Laiy Mizan.
First Flight -.Winner 52-Pieee
Silver set; Runner Up Covered
silver, set dish.
Second Flight Winner Silvler
chafing diib; Jtunner Up Large
Silver gallery tray.
Third mght Winner Silver
. . I
ntiHK uaw. nmiuer Oliver
epetsble cluh.
I-ounh Flight Winner Beau
tiful silver pitcher; Runner Up
Cero carving set. i
Filth Flrghi Winner Silver
tray;. Runner Up Large silver
howl.
Such .Flight Winner Silver

T-TUHHCO.
, . ,aCV

UW7
the choice tidbit which lie e
Melbourne, but not too handily. A
null i t
has Bn promwea oy jc nur
miuin tA a. hnv' club.
j.L VI J I. ; u 4. Va
.UAa JJ 1. nn. a J In k. v,i a L
Campaign
me morais oi me sport.. ;
1 match Patterson with Eddie
would he have anything to do
1957 Mercurio
sUent butler r Runner Up -Silver
bowL : f.
Medalist (Low golfer at th end
of 36 Holes) Silver toffee set
la addition to these IT haaittiftil
prizes there will be 24 other prizes
given out in tt folloirLng manner.
The low score turned in Aug.
11. 17 and IS ia each of the eieht
flights, will: receive a beautiful
prize from the Panama Golf As Association.
sociation. Association. Theie $150 in prizes will
be well worth shooting for. j
To provide prizes for as many
golfer as possible,, n man shall
win more than on prize except
the medslist For example. If
you should be the winner of first
flight you will pot be- eligible t
win one of the prizes for low score
on the last three days. The per person
son person who has the next low score will
win the low score prize. J
- Entry blanfc are coming in fast.
so get your from your local chib
and turn it in as soon as possible, j

j By rIAHRY GRAYSON

JS'EW YORK (NEA) Leroy
wuuse Jutt it nvxk. u keeping a ue
laiieu account oi unadsisied douou
Diays by toe lirsl baseman, walk
ed into tne onic wua a grown a.
his race. 'r?-"';"-
"My list," be Mid,, "it still
shows a halt aozeo more than tht
booi. shows lor.tne last nine years.
i;got to check- iU"i :
)ki Leroy weni to work; the mail-
man arrived with note from a
guy in hath, Me.-"In the iith
uuee weens oi 154." it oesan.
,"piaicial recoras muted a total oi
lour assists maae oy pucners.
k(iow am correct aud i list them
below so you can check and .'cor
rect the records.":1 :
A typical day had started in the
ofUces of. th Eliss Baseball Bui,
reau. the New Yorx statistical out-
lit whoso figures are used by the,
National League plus- the- inter international,
national, international, Eastern and other minor
leagues for .oltieial .records.
'Do not." Seymour biwoii. tne
Ellas -president and cftiel tigure
man warns, "call us crazy. This is
a legitimate,' important business." business."-:
: business."-: The case of Stan Musial would
seem to bear -him out. The Man
ran his consecutive game streak
to M2 In the first came1 oi a dou-
ble header m Pittsburgb. He sat
out the second game, as the Cards
took an Xl-2, lead: In the', ninth,
with a St.' Louis runner on first
and one out, the game was sus suspended.
pended. suspended. : It-. wJi be iinished Aug.
27. raVeiyDOoy immeaiaieiy wiu-i
ea to Know wnac wiu. nyprn u
Musial sODears as a pinch-hitter
during the little pit ot piay on
Aug, 2T. wiiiflis re,cpro go on
The'v turntd. of course.' to Sey
mour. A baseball record is only a
piece oi paper until Seymour en enshrines
shrines enshrines it in hit Little Red Cook
of Baseball. Therefore, his atti
tude on Musial is mportant.
'''There s a three-man commit committee
tee committee of baseball writers to handle
such problems," Seymour says.
"But thero won't bo any prob problem
lem problem Musial is too ; nip a guy to
take any at bat in th game."
For U years, Seymour has been
the closest thing to baseball's all all-time
time all-time statistician this side of an
adding machine. To him, a base baseball
ball baseball player is -a' name who hit .319
in the Sally League, stole 13 bases
in the Eastern League, wen maae
it big with a 312 average in the
National. : :
"What do vou sav when you
describe a basebaU player?" Sey
mour demands. "He coura d an
internttional murderer; but the
average guy starts off by giving
his name and oamng average,
with homers and runs-batted-iii.
; Th e'a'tallpbnrt'thurf
ders. Unless th player has some
important things nice couoies,
triples and .stolen bases which
should be brought up first."
' In keeoina with this. Seymour
starts off each morning of his
seven-aay wcea oy opeung a pa paper
per paper on ther subway and reading
the box scores first. His lips move
as he reads the. agate typo and
then starts to figure out the play
er's new batting average in bis
mind. If Seymour has time before
reachina: his stop, h reads the
stories. t
tal figuring. He makes liberal use
of a calculator so uui me uy ne&i.
to you at the bar is telling the
limn wncn pe iui iuu, mmj,
Gil Hodges hit .249 in his first full
vtiT as a Brooaiyn voagcr.
. ttvam, h4 tmttnai hr inr."
Seymour says, "who could do. it
all in hfs head. Bob Burger, he's
a professor at Dartmouth College
DOW, WOU10 stana arouna lua an
Eastern League batting averages
for the week in his bead. He never
mado a mistake. Why, when he
took some sort of a' test for a Job
with 50,000 others during the de-
n....nn hi firtr nniv umr oui
first bUt he caught two mistakes
in the questions'.!
.'inero isn i a oaseoau wmw
the east who doesn't rely heavily
nn Sevmour's knowledge of fig
ures and past performsnces of
players., While he claims therf. w
littl human interest ia cold fig figures
ures figures the hug file of individual
cards on ballplayers always tells
someinng.-
,Nan.ka VallnlaTOr from Fill.
.laul. -.--r" - -.
D up, and Seymour has something
on mm zrom rua wsv umt-
until he retires. ; ; V"
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7 Of 9 TwentyrGame Winners;
Certain To Lose Membership

By JACK CUDDY
NEW YORK. Aug. 1 (UP)-5sev-
en oi the nine pitchers who scor
ed 20 victories in 1956 are faced
with the virtual certainty that
they'll lose (heir membership in
tne exclusive club this year.
Southpaw Billy Pierce oi tne1 Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Yvuite box aim durable right
haudor iiarly vVynn ol the Cleve
land Indians are tht only two who
figure to repeat- and actually only
Pierce has pitched a- well as he
did last year. Wynn, lorced into
heavy duty because of injuries to
Herb Acore and Bob laemon, has a
13-11 record but ill: earned run
average is around 4.00.
Pierce,, who finished last season
with a 20-9 mark,, had a 14-7, rec record
ord record through games of Monday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon aud should have little
trouble cracking the 20 circle. In
fact, billy is likely to' wind up as
the biggest winner the White Sox
have hac siuce Urban f aoer.wou
25 games in 1921.
Suffered Most
Frank Lary and Billy Hoeft, the
Detroit Tigers' two no-game win winners
ners winners of 1958, have uiierid the
most this season. Lary, who led
the AL with 21 victories last sea season,
son, season, has a 4-14 record wbi'e Hoeft,
who was 20-14 last year, has been
won only three games while losing
six.
Score, of course, would undoubt
edly be among the league's big
winners if he had not been skulled
by Gil McDougald May 7. Score
had won two ot nis urst tnree oe
cisions and was averaging 10
strikeouts a same when he was
injured. Nevertheless, his case is
further evidence ot tne hazards oi
being a consistently big winner in
the msjors.
Lemon excuses his current e-s
record on the grounds of injuries
and insists ne's just as good as
ever. But the records show he has.
T -

pitched only two complete games
in 17 starts and his ERA' is 4.30.
Don Newoombe, the major -league
pitcher of the year in 1956
when he had a 27-7 record for the
'Brooklyn Dodgers, is currently
struggling along with a 9-9 rec-
ord. Actually. Newk has pitched
almost -s well as he did last, year
3.18 current ERA compared to
bis 3.06 of last season but he has.
been victimized by the failure of' Z
the old Dodger sluggers to clus-
ter their runs as in the past. 3-5
Other Winners -i
Warren Spahn of the Milwaukee
Braves and Johnny Antonelli of
the New York Giants were th
National League's other 20-gama
winners last season but each is
battling the ,500-mark.
Spahn, through Monday day
games, had a 10-8 record while
Antonelli just managed to square
his mark at 10-10 when he beat
the Braves on Sunday. Both finish 7
ed fast in 1956 to reach 20 but-
have given no signs they are about
to stage a repeat performance.
In addition to Pierce and Wynn,
the AL has likely 20-game winners
in Jim Bunmng (12-3) and' Paul
Foylack (12 9) of the Tigers and',''
Tom Brewer (13-8) of the Boston -Red
Sox. Rookiu Jack Sanford"4
(14-3 of .the Philadelphia Phillies""
has by far the best chance in th-"
NL, and could become his team's""1
first 20-game winning rookie sine
1911 in the bargain.

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Houses Apartments

FOR RENT: New chalet: three
bedrooms, livine-ammo. ""
maid's room, porch and garage.
Fumiihad or unfurnished. Comer
Paseo Cincuentenerio and 7th
Ave., Coco del Mar (San Fran-
ciuo). Phono a-uuj.
FOR RENT: A baautiful 2-bad-room
chalat racontly paintad, am ample
ple ample porch, lorvant's quartan, ga garage
rage garage and laundry, fin Street,
' Pereiil No. 1 9. Call telephone
i 2-3206.
Resorts
AGAIN reservetion available at
1 Shrapnel's, Santa Clara Reach.
' Phone Thompson, Balboa 1 772.
PHILLIPS Oeeanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Box WW Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
Beach House. Phone Balboa
2830, nine to twelve noon, Mon Monday
day Monday through Friday.
Rooms
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 II
Panama. Phone 3-0638.
.OR RENT:- Comfortable fur furnished
nished furnished room. Peru Ave. No. 34,
from Airline Copa.
J OR RENT: Comfortable, cool
urnished room (for one bache-
l tV. 14-19, Apt. 5. Estutfiante
:
llfiw Choral Group
AMI Will Soon
rt Rehearsals
t AVDOUtiSw." juu "g iaui. -.
I-T.t !. .u-nL- with the mir
tt. .nrmrM'ul nraanmns their
JcliilMs, in accordance with the
present artistic season, which is
in full and successful develop-
merit at the National Theatre.
M-JK an enthusiastic any friendly
"ejrafc they discused a well-bal-janced
plan of action, which in includes
cludes includes the production of opera operatic
tic operatic numbers to be presented soon.
' These bel canto .lovers choose
'Agrupacion de Cantantes Istme Istme-.fios"
.fios" Istme-.fios" (ADECI) as the group's
name, and a provisional board of
directors was elected.
' Mario Gutierrez, Emilio Cadet,
Ana Barrios Estripeaut and Julie Julie-it
it Julie-it Oiler Rischynsky are in charge
'of ADECI affairs until next gener
;al meeting. The Ministry of Educa Education,
tion, Education, through its Department of
Tine Arts has recognized this or organization
ganization organization and will sponsor their
activities.
: Inscriptions are open for ADECI
membership, and as rehearsals for
choral and operatic works will
Start immediately, the board cor cor-idially
idially cor-idially invites local and Canal Zone
jaopranos, contraltos, tenors, bari
tones, oasses, gooa music read readers,
ers, readers, to get in touch with them, by
.calling Panama 2-3126 or 3-4510
during early evening hours.
LEGAL NOTICE
i
i united States of America
1 Canal Zone
I Halted Statea District Ceort For The
District of The Canal Zone
Division at Balboa
i parser o. Stewart, piatntm, vs. Marie
(Erwin Stewart defendant, summon
tCaae Na 4537 Civil Docket 11 Action
for Divorce.
' To the above .named defendant:
J You are hereby required to appear
,and answer the complaint filed in the
.above .en titled action within ninety days
after the tint publication.
In cue of your failure to ao appear
and answer. Judgment will b taken a.
,'fainst you by default for the relief
.oemanaeo in inc complaint.
" WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe. Judge. United Statea District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
thia July 23 157.
C. T. MrCormlck, Jr.
Clerk
.(Seal)
By Sara 4 la Fema
Chief Deputy Clerk
' To Marie Erwin t..ri
" The foreeoina nimmora la eerved upon
7au by publication pursuant to the or-
jer of the Honorable Guthrie F Crowe.
fTHlge. United State District Court for
-te District of the Canal Zone, dated
Jurjr a. 1S7. and entered and filed In
flit action in the office of the Clerk of
aid United Statea District Court for
anexvimon of Balboa, on July Vt, 137
I C T. MeCermlek. Jr.
I Clerk
It By Sara e la fena
Chief Deputy Clerk
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ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.

FOR RENT: Spacious two-bedroom
unfurnished apartment in
fine residential dictrict, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office hours.
FOR RENT: Apartment, throe
bedrooms, two baths,' living-dining
room, large kitchen, laundry,
clothesline and maid's room with
bath at Campo Alegre. For infor information
mation information call Panama 3-4641.
FOR RENT: A three-bedroom
apartment, with two baths, living-dining
room, kitchen, maid's
room with own bath, washtubs,
garage, and hot water facilities.
For further details call Panama
3-1292, CIA. DULCIDIO GON GONZALEZ
ZALEZ GONZALEZ N., S.A., or apply to the
apartment. No. 1, Ave. .Eusebio
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, quiet
community located in an excel excellent
lent excellent residential area of San Fran Francisco.
cisco. Francisco. I offer For Rent a COURT
of twelve one-bedroom apart apartments.
ments. apartments. Each consisting of a mod modern
ern modern kitchen, combination diniryj diniryj-living
living diniryj-living room, one bedroom, one
bath and large closets. Courtyard
for recreation and secluded park parking
ing parking space. Price $50. No chil children
dren children and no pets. For further in information
formation information concerning this excep exceptional
tional exceptional offer call Panama 3-161 8
or 3-4825.
FOR RENT: Large modem 2 2-bedroom
bedroom 2-bedroom apartment, 100 yards
from Hotel Panama, Foto El Hal Hal-con.
con. Hal-con. Phone 3-1 179, office hours.
s
FOR RENT: One-bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, completely
screened, in quiet neighborhood.
Reasonable price, j 46-47 2nd
Ave. (formerly 48th Street).
Bella Vista.
FOR RINT: Apartmanr'2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living and dining room,
porch, hot walar, maid's room,
garage. Bella Vista, Colombia St.
No. 44-17. Inquire aamo build building.
ing. building. Two Zone Youths
Join Ranks 01
Vestinghouse Corp.
Two Canal Zone youths, Albert
W. Deeenar of Balboa, and Keith
C. Moumblow of Gatun, have join joined
ed joined the graduate student training
program of Westinghouse Electric
Corp., according to word received
today from Pittsburgh, Pa.
As two of an estimated 800 re
cent college graduates who are
expected to begin their careers
with Westinghouse this year via
the training program, Degenaar
and Moumblow will be assigned
to several company locations dur during
ing during the coming months to prepare
them for a professional career
with the company.
Their training program includes
counseling and guidance, work as
signments, schooling and job place
ment to secure a broad under understanding
standing understanding of Westinghouse products.
its business organzation, manage management
ment management policies and an opportunity
to mee.t top management and key
people in manufacturing divisions.
Degenar is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert W. Degenar of the
Prado, Balboa, and was graduat
ed from Georgia Institute of Tech
nology mis year wiu a Dacneior s
degree in industrial engineering.
Moumblow, son of Mr. and Mrs
F. J. Moumblow of Gatun, was
graduated from Oklahoma A and
M College with a B.S. in electrical
engineering.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITKD STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United Statea District Court For The
District a The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
Arthur D. fc. Hamlin, by David Ro.
biea, his Guardian ad Litem, plaintiff,
vs. Ina R. Hamlin, defendant. Summons
Caae No. 53S. Civil Docket 21. Action
for Divorce
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after the first publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer. Judgment will be taken a.
gainst you By default for the relief de demanded
manded demanded In the complaint
Witness the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe. Judge. United State District
Court for me District of the Canal Zone,
thia July J 1K7.
C. T. MeCermlek, Jr.
Clerk
(Seal)
By Sara de la Fena
Chief Deputy Clerk.
To Ina B- Hamlin
The tare going summons Is eei vtd up upon
on upon you by publication pursuant to the
order mt the Honorable Guthrie F. Crowe.
Judre. united fttatae District Court i
the Dictrict of the Canal Zone, dated
July It. UtT. and entered and Sled ta
thia action an the office of the Clerk
of eaid United Statea District Court tor
the Division of Balboa, en Jut IV. 1KT
C. T. MeCorsaiek, Jr.
Clerk
By Ban de la Feaa
Chief Deputy Clerk.

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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1956 Dodge Hard Hard-fop
fop Hard-fop Coronet. Phone Navy 3231.
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford 2-door
Sedan. Phone Navy 323 1
FOR SALE: 1956 Fordomatic
Country Sedan, S cylinder, 2
seats, radio. Cash or trade-in
considered. Balboa 2-3050.
FOR SALE Sedan delivery Pon Pon-tiac,
tiac, Pon-tiac, model 1951. Call telephone
2-1956 Panama.
FOR SALE: 1953 Studabaker
Champion two-door, excellent
condition. Phone 3-0010, exten extension
sion extension 39 or 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 davt use, 1 000 miles $3400.
Telephone 3-3291, 3-2622.
FOR SALE: 1953 Dodge, top
shape. Must sell this week. Any
reasonable offer accepted. 5341 5341-D,
D, 5341-D, Davis Street, Diablo. Phono
Balboa 2-1802,
FOR SALE: Beautiful 1954
Oldsmobile 98 Starfire Convert!-'
ble, hydramatic, power steering,
brakes, windows, seats, radio,
wsw, excellent condition
$1575. Amador Phone 82-3108
daytime; 2105-B, Curundu, 83 83-3219
3219 83-3219 evenings.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford Fairlana
"500," all extras $2495. 1511 1511-A,
A, 1511-A, Akee St., Balboa. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2675.
FOR SALE; 1954 Chevrolet
Station Wagon, 6-cylinder, 6 6-passenger,
passenger, 6-passenger, radio, summer eir
blower, fogtights, back-up lights,
turn signals, radio, cartop carrier
$1300. Phone 3-2387. 8102-B,
Margarita.
LEAVING: 1949 Chevrolet
Convertible, good condition, new
top, radio, new scat covers. Call
Cristobal 2354.
FOR SALE: 1953 owner driven
Morris 4-door sedan, duty paid.
Only $500. .Sea at Household Ex-
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
.; TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S A.
' Packers Shippers Movers
Phonos 22451 2-2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding b Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar I.ife Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama 2-05S1
VISIT
OUR
CAMERA
Department
t l.BIIIII M
PANAMA e
COLON I
Across El Banco
Nacional
Gov. Harriman Back
From Job Silualion
Talk In Puerto Rico
reB vrvDxr in 1 UTO
Gov. AvereU Harriman arrived
by plane from Puerto Rico today
where he had discussed with Is-

mrJaMh

nri T aurhoritlei Ttlr sltuaVf necessity taken by a younger

of New York.
Harriman
was
accompanied
by his wife and State Industrial
Commissioner Isadore Lubin. '.
In Puerto Rico, Harriman met
with Gov. Luis Munot Marin and
hla cabinet.- Also tire sent was:
Charles Zimmerman, vice presi-

dent of the International Laruesarouna ana enjoy us iamuy
Oardent Workers Union. Icomes through "when he Is not

The rrouD discusseed methods
to aid Puerto Ricans in New York
to make their lives fully, produc productive.
tive. productive. Many Puerto Ricans in New
York City are employed in the
huge garment Industry,

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j Miscellaneous SERVICES
FOR SALE. N u ir l a r y-school The TIMA PHARMACY lo-
equipment. Call after 4:30 p.m. cated at Mercado El Ray, offers
- .House 5176-A, Diablo Heights. efficient filling of prescriptions
Phone 2-1573. and home delivery service. Phone
FOR SALE : Tepe-o-Maric li- 3-341 6" M f V ,,'
Fi VM. No. 710 Tap recorder- .-.ivM ......
range 40-15000 CPS $140. per- 3-minute car wash $1; steam
fact condition. Phono $-366. cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
. bad tin t a V ear $5. Auto-BarSo, Trana-lsth-
FOR SALE: Two ton Ohrya- mi highway neat Soar.. ;
ler Airtemp air conditioner. Call , ;
3"6629' Thai best dinnera and drinks
- FOR SALE: One studio couch, ro lorvod in our modern air-
good condition. Phone 2-3781. eonditlonad eafotoria. grill and
1520-A, Akee St., Balboa. bar, Hotoi Intornaclonal "Pla-
, e M : $ Mayo. v.
FOR SALE. Fedaral photo on- ,.n ..i ..,. . u ,
larger 214x3, brand new but I Jl b sa lr-
several year old $40. House 1 1 1 1 rTl fill llJliTl
327. Culebra Road. Ancon. Tale- Mil? UfU M Hjf Vtjm
phono 2-3011 Ancon. t00'':
FOR SALE: Big sale of LP ree-
ords, 50 discount on classical, WANTED: 25-eycle refrigera-
popular and jaxx. Agencies Diax, tor, good condition. Reasonable.
37th St. No. 6-A. Phone 273-6233 or 273-2189.
FOR SALE: Piano Hamilton
Cabinet Grand Upright $300, WANTED: Heater for 1957
.excellent condition. Address Lo- Ford. Phone Kobbe 4141 after 5
cona 704-B. Phone 3282. p.m.
The
Critic's Corner

The Rains Came to Jadwin
HaU.
Making rain apparently re
quires not only the hokus pocus
or a convincing con-man, but
the combined efforts of a strong
family filled with love for each
pther.
ur so 11 appeared lasi nigni
when the Caribbean Players
showed a Fort Clayton Theater
audience how ifcould fight the
elements.
The elements in this case be being
ing being not only the lack of rain
in a little western town, but
the lack of,confidence an only
daughter has in her own at attraction
traction attraction to the opposite sex.
"Can a woman take lessons in
being a woman?" she begs her
older brother.
You gotta get a man like a
man gets got," he advises.
As the unsure, spinsterish Liz
zie., Dories Musselman has much
to add to her own interpretation
of the role played in Hollywood
by Katherme Hepburn, and on
the Broadway stage by Gerald-
lne Paige. Except for a silent
awkwardness of her hands, her
rears and her aspirations are
convincing as she fluctuates be between
tween between the plain, old maid she
trunks she is and the beautiful
woman she wants to be.
Comments the fantastic rain
maker, Starbuck (Ron Harper):
"You don't even believe youTe
a woman, and if you don't you
are not."
Harper, a competent profes professional
sional professional actor soars across the
stage In ballet-like movements,
shouting and soothing, filled
with a oie de vlve that far out outranks
ranks outranks any. other performer on
stage.
His exuberance as the roman
tic dashing figure contrasts
sharply with the twangy, slow
moving characters. His is an in
spired, top-notch performance
which compares favorably, and
even In parts, excels Lancaster's
portrayal.
Teaming up with Harper to
sustain the high-caliber produc
tion of N. Richard Nash's drama
is John Aniston, as brother
Noah, the only down-to-earth
member of the Curry clan. A
complete natural in the role, An An-lston's
lston's An-lston's subtle flair for Interpre
tation Is again a Joy to behold!
Known to theater-goers here for
his work in 'Death of a Sales-
man,' he has also won acclaim'
from the opposite side of the
footlights as director for the
Theater Guild's Ticnic
Although the first act was
disappointing oecause lines ana
action dragged, the tempo pick
lied up considerably In the second
act enougn to lead into a rous
lng closing curtain crescendo.
It seems saame that there
are ao few (if any) mature,
older-looking actors on the
Zone. If there are any, they
have surely been hiding. Time
and a rain a call for a middle-
aged actor at littles theater try-
outs brings no results.
l fvr uui reuaun uuccvuii it
f"" WB0V,7 TilVSr V
'en Spf'fllfc Jv-,
thef 'n u'wmak" .' T."
tconvinoingno matter how good
I rne i ace maae-up or now gray
tne powdered nair.
John McTaggart tried his best
in a role that -should have been
played by a man twice his age.
Despite the obvious handicap
his interpretation as a- father
who has decided to quit rushing
moving- about the stage. How
ever his springy youth fulness
when he is walking should be
subdued ao that It does not de detract
tract detract from the true character. of
a middle-aged man.

:,y..t. ri-&'-':i.!-':!:,i-t'yi'-,

Director Charles Walsh was
fortunate In beine able to tret
Fritz Thibert and Paul Copp for
me cast aiso. imtz, as tne
younger brother who runs off
with the town floozie desDite
family objections, sports his
black eye and 85-cent ceegar
with natural aplomb.
Even when has father berates
him with:
"Jim, why do you always say
the smart thing at the wrong
time?" he takes it good-naturedly.
Copp is excllent as the tight tight-lipped
lipped tight-lipped sheriff's assistant who fi
nally breaks down and admits to
the world he is not a widower.
Almost-baldinr sheriff Mor Morton
ton Morton Gornick with his re4 sus suspenders
penders suspenders and itchy boots is
completely relaxed and at ease
which is as it should be. For
the first time in his Isthmian
acting career he has been giv given
en given a suitable role, and has
done a good Job with ft.
Set constructors Verner May-
brey, Frank Plencner and Fritz
Tnibert have captured the rustic
quality and atmospere so neces necessary
sary necessary to set the mood. They have
also done something to the
stage since its last production
there. Whatever it is, theater theatergoers
goers theatergoers appreciate the fact that
they don't come away with stiff
necks from straining to look up
at the action.
The group generally has
shown- marked Improvement
over its last production and
director Walsh, a young" man
with fine ideas, deserves cred credit
it credit for his sincere attempt to
bring good theater to the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus.
The 'Rainmaker' will continue
his activities for three more per
rormances. Curtain time is 8
p.m.
Playgoer
President Of ASCE
Due Here llexl Week
Mason G. Lockwood, president
of the American Society of Civil
Engineers, will be a visitor on
the Isthmus next week.
During his stay here he will be
a guest at an informal dinner
meeting of the Panama section
of the Society which will be held
Monday in the Fern Room of
the Tivoli Quest House.
i
Lockwood, who is a partner In
tne consulting engineering firm
or uockwooo, Andrews ana New
man, of Houston, Tex., is coming
to Panama to attend the Pan
American Highway Congress.'

Notices have been sent out to.Tuesday against C. B. Blaine, op op-all
all op-all members of the Panama sec-lerator of the National Literary
tion of th A.S.C.E. urging themi League here, charging his agents
to attend the meeting since-It Is abused her in their, travels, over

m. laic uvvabsiuri lur um urmuiik
of the Society to visit th Pana
ma BCCklOU.
CocktaUs wUl be served at 6:30
D.m. and dinner at 7:15 D.m. All
members planrxlng to attend the
meeting are asked to notify the
1 by noon Monday
Fernandel Injured
lit Auto Collision
-1
1 MARSEILLES. France. Aug. 1
(UP) French film comedian Fer-J
nandel was slightly injured Tees Tees-day
day Tees-day night when his automobile col collided
lided collided with another vehicle about 12
miles from her.
The comedian suffered back
bruises. He returned to his home
shortly after the accident.

7' ';. 5-n' f.).'li:'i'.'J.t'i,:.'.

j Home Articles
FOR SALE: Living room, dining
room set, gas stove, refrigerator, -piano.
Everything in good Condi-,
tion. Reasonably priced, 4th St.
No. 7040 Central and Melendei,
Colon.
LEAVING ISTHMUS: Will aell
lowest prices:' mahogany coffee coffee-table
table coffee-table (glass topi, 4 chairs, din dining:
ing: dining: table,- aluminum easy (hairs,
miscellaneous dishes, household
items. No. 44 46th Street, corner
Colombia, facing vpark. Phoaia
31857 from 5 to 9 p.m.
FOR SALE: Two American twin
bads 'Hollywood" ( style, with
plastic headboards, $85 each;
desk wchair $25; solid mahog mahogany
any mahogany frame bed $25.AII iav good
condition. Phone 3-0721 Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. .:, .' .' v..
FOR SALE: Custom-built ma mahogany
hogany mahogany cabinet with sliding doors
containing National radio, Web Web-cor
cor Web-cor 3-speed record player, ampli amplifier,
fier, amplifier, 1 5" coaxial speaker. House
327, Culebra Roadj Ancon. Tele- -phone
2-3011 Ancon.
FOR SALE : 60-cycle Westing,
house refrigerator, "all porce porce-,
, porce-, lain" $60. Phone 5-437 Gatun.
FOR SALE;- Westinghouse re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, green grass rug 9'x12,
table and 4 chairs, buffet, Call
Diablo 2-1441.
Domestic Employment
TWO MAIDS WANTED: U )
chiW car and general .house .housework,
work, .housework, to live in; 2) good clean cleaner
er cleaner and ironer, 5 days a week.
Bring references. Over 50 need
not apply. Interviews a.m. only.
0202-B Herrick Road, Ancon.
WANTED: Young lady of good
habits to travel abroad to take
care of ono-yeer-old child, helg
with household. Phone 3-2633.
WANTED: Serious maid to
wash, iron and clean. Telephone
3-1969, 3 to 6 p.m.
Funeral Services
Set For Tomorrow
Funeral services for the late
Mrs. Harrietie Wilson Farley, well
known- pioneer resident of Pueblo
Nuevo, will be held at the Maria
Auxiliadora Catholic church at 4
o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Bu Burial
rial Burial vill follow at the Pueblo Nue Nuevo
vo Nuevo cemetery.
' Mrs Farlej, 68, native of Ja Jamaica,
maica, Jamaica, died yesterday mernirvg at
the Panama Hospi'.al of a cardiac
ailment She was admitted to the
hospital last Thusrday following a
heart seizure, and was on the se seriously
riously seriously ill list during the seven
days of her confinement in the
hospital.
The family announced that the
body will repose in the Maria Au Au-xiliadora
xiliadora Au-xiliadora church from 10 o'clock
tomorrow morning until the time
of the services.
Surviving relatives include three
daughters, Mrs. Violet Headley,
Miss Alberta Farley nad Mrs.
Cynthia Pilgrim; two sons, Wal Walter
ter Walter and Hubert, both employes of
the U. S. Naval Station, Fori A A-mador,
mador, A-mador, and several grandchildren.
Her husband predeceased her 16
years ago. (
Petite 18-Year-0ld
Says She Was Raped
Al Sales Meeting
JACKSON. Miss. ? (UPV-A pe petite,
tite, petite, 18-year-old magazine sales salesgirl
girl salesgirl today sought $150,0 dam damages
ages damages from a Jocal operator for the
National literary League in a suit
charging two of his male agents
with enslaving and beating her
and accusing one of raping her at
a "sales meeting.'
Mrs. Mary Hollingsworth, separ separated
ated separated from her husband, filed the
Isuit in Hinds County Circuit Court
wc w.
A spokesman for Blaise said he
denied the two accused men,
James Robert Mattingly and F. G.
Vassey, are his agenu.
Mrs. Hollingsworth said she was
hired here July J. iss ana took
'a three-week course la North Caro-
customers sba was working her
way -through nursing school.
After going oa the road selling,
she claimed she was- joined by
Mattingly who held her a virtual
slave and beat her several times
ia North Carolina, Missouri, Tex
as and Louisiana for not soiling
enough subscriptions.
She ehareed that Maturely com
manded her to enter his motel
room ia Houston, Tex, for a
"sales' meeting," then locked (he
door -and criminally assaulted ner.
; Sh charged Vassey -with strik striking
ing striking her for not working while she
was ill.

'' WANTED? Accountant, female) t" 1 J a.
with xporience and reforenc.s. BOOtS & MOlOrS
Apply Peikard, Zona Libre, S.A., ( 1
1 Colon. t h f Ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
' 'ii i : 1 1 v FOR SALIt Small outboard
speedboat, new 10-hp. Evlnruda
MsSC6slQn60US motor, remote controls, $425.
I :''- -''-to,.'-. ,r,,.,. Phono 3-2831. k :; :.''; '.'V.
ALd"HwerC" SumSU -F0R sALEs:-, bMt
BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL, C.Z. '' jSgtT
Slip cover A reupholstery. Free t frt
pickup t delivery. Here Modem n v. SnGCIGl OrrCTS
' Furniture, Phone 3-4628. i 'FP''"1 wsswi j
n I WANTED: REST A U RA NT
. ,- UOQS s CONCESSIONAIRE to take over
: v ' -'' kitchen in popular Canal 'Zona
.. Club. Must be- all-around chef.'
FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel, Good proposition for right per
brown-white, 1 'a years eld, fe- ; son. For interview call Balboa
male, pure bred $10. House 50, 2-1414. Ask for manager for
New Cristobal, 3-196. appointment.'
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Slayer Of Young Wife's Lover Tells

Calmly Of How She
o
ALBERTVILLE, Ala.- (UP) -Accused
slayer Emory O. White,
53, calmly related before a packed
courtroom Tuesday how he
pumped nine bullets into the body
of his young" wife's lovef'and how
she kissed the dying man.
White's testimony highlighted
the second day of his trial and
brought the defense near an end.
Attorneys said they would present
character witnesses for the middle-aged
Albertville industrialist
today before winding up their
case.
White has been charged with
first degree murder in the April 8
slaying of Victor Faister, 34,
Nashville, Tenn., attorney and
father of three children. ;
The defendant related how he,
his wife, Christeana, 27, who has
also been charted with murder.
and Faister met at Fayetteville,
Tenn., on April 8 after a series of
alleged incidents involving the at attorney
torney attorney and Mrs. White.
White said he 'took1 along a sack
containing a target pistol, a bottle
of whisky and a soft drink bottle
as they got iinto Falster's jear
which was later.5 found with' his
bullet-riddled body inside' near the
jwmte?traiierTOmenre, K
a.i .. -l a. t ..
tie tesimea s matt ue noucea a
pistol in the glove compartment of
Falster's car before ;they? stopped
on a dirt road and oaa a drink.
"After a few minutes ; Faister
said something about working
something out. Then he said to
me, "It's about time this thing
was settled one way or the other.'
"I said 'I'm not going to do a
Handicraft Items
Made This Summer
Shown AlConimy
An 'exhibit of handicrat, made
by children of Ancon, Balboa and
Diablo Heigntf at summer Kecrea Kecrea-tion
tion Kecrea-tion program classes this summer,
was put on display today in a
show window at the Balboa Com
missary. The exhibit will remain
in place until Saturday.
The boys and girls whd have
worked in the handicraft pro
gram this vear have, whenever
possible, used materials which are
native to the Isthmus.
Some of the products they will
disDlav are: buttons and ash
trays, of native clay: fishscale
corsages; shell earring and pins;
place mats made oi corxeia uoer;
lamps made from driftwood, with
shades woven trom wua cane;
handbags made from coconuts;
and handpainted shirts. -The
exhibit concludes the hand
icraft part of this summer's pro program.
gram. program. Next week, the boys and girls,
all first through eighth grade stu students,
dents, students, start a series of activities
which will include a net show, a
trip to the Panama National Mu
seum ana a party.
Lt. CoL Brown
Heads PC. Group
At Road Meet v
LL Col. R. Duncan Brown. Jr
new Engineering and Construction
Bureau director, for tho Paama
Canal, will head a group of five
Canal orginizatien engineers who
will attend meetings of the-Seventh
Pan American Highway con conference
ference conference as observers. -.
In addition to Col. Brown, those
Browder, Jr., assistant director of
the Engineering Construction Bu Bureau:
reau: Bureau: F. H. Lerchen, maintenance
engneer; J. M. Cooke, designing
cosineer: Melvin Bierman. traffic
engineer; and C McG. BrandlJ
civil engineer. :
" i- i aa i "H"
J ; Royal Shove VJ;
CLYDESIDE.' England (UP)
Britain's Princess Alexandra
smashed a bottle of champagne
against the bow of the new Royal
Navy frigate Jauir and the shin
stayed put. While embarrassed of officials
ficials officials scurried about, the princess
rose te the occasion end gave the
ship a mighty shove. It sud down
the slipway.

Kissed Dying Man

thing, about it.' He reached toward
the glove compartment and I
nulled itiv Distol' from the sack
and began shooting.
"Both my wife aad Faister got
their hands on the pistol but I
SIlprppflpH in Iroefiintf it Fnlctsi
was upright on the seat and then
iem over so ms toreneau came
into Hne with her lips and she
kissed, him."
. .t. . ,,
Under cross-examination, White
admitted that his wifp anrl VaUtar
had. gone swimming together with
his knowledge and conset and that'
Faister had slept in the same
norei room with the Whites at one
time.
Mrs. Faister, an attractive
blonde, also took the stand and
testified that sh hsH hn ...
ried to the attorney for 12 years.
She said she "definitely felt", that
iurs. wnue was tne "aggresor'
in the affair, :
Gorgas' Skin Man,
Pathologist Will
isjt Coco Solo
J The services oft Dr. Wctor R.
Hirschmann, dermatologist at Gor Gorges
ges Gorges Hospital and Dr. Harold Mon Mon-dragon,.
dragon,. Mon-dragon,. pathologist at Gorgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital Laboratory, will soon be av available
ailable available at Coco Solo Hospital on a
consultation and conference basis,
it has been announced by the
Health Bureau.
Dr. Hirschman will make month monthly
ly monthly trips to the Atlantic side for reg regular
ular regular clinics and conferences. Dr.
Mondragon will also visit Coco So Solo
lo Solo on a monthly basis for patholo pathology
gy pathology conferences.
Planned as one of the improve improvements
ments improvements in the services being offer offered
ed offered patients in Coco Solo Hospital,
the consultations and confereces
arrangement is the first to be
made between Canal Zone hospi hospitals
tals hospitals on a regular basis in a num number
ber number of years. 1 .' 'O 1
Other changes announced at Co Co-oo
oo Co-oo Soto are the assignment of Dr.
Charles F. Abilegaard t,s pediatri pediatrician
cian pediatrician and Dr. Ronald E, Moore as
a new member of the Out-Patient
Clinic-staff. Both of them will ar arrive
rive arrive here in September. Dr. Abile Abilegaard.
gaard. Abilegaard. will succeed Dr. Moses M.
Hartman, who returned to the
United States recently.
During the absence on vacation
of Dr. Harry Westberg, Dr. Julio
C. Wong will serve on the Surgical
Service at Coco Solo. A diplomats
of the American College of Sur Surgeons
geons Surgeons and graduate of Johns Hop Hopkins
kins Hopkins University, Dr. Wong return returned
ed returned to Panama recently alter com completing
pleting completing four years of residency
training in U.S. hospitals, v v: ;
Jail Sentence, Fine
Demanded In Egypt

For U.S. GeoIogWI
CAIRO, Aug. 1 (UP)--l The pro prosecution.,
secution., prosecution., today demanded a jail
sentence of two to five years for
American geologist Charles Arth Arthur
ur Arthur Muses for illegal possession of
Egyptian antiquities. -
tl sought a fine of lS2,482.60
on a secondary charge of selling
United States dollars on the black
market in- Egypt.
The Government delivered its
summation in court today. De Defense
fense Defense pleadings start tomorrow.
' Muses, of Indian Hills, Colo.,
was .arrested at Cairo ariport in "...
late June Police said objects of (
antiquity in his possession from the
New Dahahour diggings belonged
to the nation.
Mums was charged with steal- -lng
the objects and attempting to
smuggle there out of Egypt j
The defense contends he hsd "E- , ,-gyptian
gyptian ,-gyptian permission te hold the ob objects
jects objects for a limited period.
The Government also maintains
that Moses sold $45,000 on t&g E-
gyptian market in viclatioa of cur currency
rency currency regulations-,;.
The American, geologist hat
been held Jn custody since his ar
rest.
He is to face trial at a district -court
after completion of present
proceedings on a charge of carry -ing
a pistol without a permit.



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Moscow Radio Says

US Hampers Free
Exchange Of Views

LONDON (UP) Moscow Radio
charged today that the United

States is "hampering" contacts
with the Soviet Union while pay

ing lip service to the idea of a tree
and unfettered exchange of views.

A broadcast heard here said the
U. S. State Department had pro proposed
posed proposed an exchange of radio and
television" programs between- the
two countries and that the Soviets

had agreed to "discuss" such an

' exchange.
"It is to be hoped that such an
exchange can be arranged," the
broadcast said.
"The experience we have had in
pursuing relations with the Unit United
ed United States however is forcing us to
be somewhat skeptical if declar declarations
ations declarations in favor of exchange and
contacts coming from Washington.

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words"'

Pushbutton Life
Blamed By Lady
For Car Trouble

MIAMI BEACH, July 30 (UP)
A 40 year old woman blamed
pushbutton living for her troubles
today.
Mrs. Lenor Londin, a student

driver, pushed the wrong button
on her pushbutton automatic
transmission Monday. The car
jumped a curb, demolished a
parking meter and struck the leg
of a man who was putting change
in another meter.
She was charged with improper
starting from a parked position.
"I thought I pushed the reverse
button," she said, "but the car
went forward."

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House Group Told Army Cant
Make Up Mind On Tank Size

WASHINGTON," Aug. 1 (UP) -House
investigators told Congress
today the Army spent hundreds
millions of doll: is over the past
seven years to build heavy tanks
that might be worthless in an
atomic war.
The actual number of heavy
fknUt manufactured so far is a
ton military secret. So is the price.
th" Army paid toi uiem.
, Cut a House Government Opera Operations
tions Operations subcommittee reported that
C sler Corp. was given "vir-tr-lly
a blank check" and told to
B 'Id the 62 ton tanks the T43S
"Inva hurry." It said the "delivery
da:es were not met and the tanks
were not acceptable for service."
The group called on the comp comptroller
troller comptroller general to make a full-
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scale invesigation of production
schedules and spending by Chrys Chrysler
ler Chrysler and the Army.
The subcommittee report said
114 modifications had to be made
in the tanks bpfore they were ac acceptable
ceptable acceptable to the Army.
It said the Marine Corps still
refused to accept the T43 for
ground forces.
The subcommittee said that aft after
er after spendin? many millions on a
tank that had "serious deficien deficiencies,
cies, deficiencies, the Army finally was per
suaded to spend a few more mil millions
lions millions to correct a large number of
the deficiencies, but not enough to
satisfy the tank corps.
It blamed the Army's "sharply
divided" opinion about the use of
heavy tanks in nuclear warfare
for the failure to come up with a
top-notch weapon.
While tanks may be useful in
crossing areas exposed to radio radioactivity
activity radioactivity in nuclear war, the report
said, the Aimy couldn't make up
its mind what tank would be more
suitable heavy, medium, or light.
The subcommitte said it

learned in December. 1955, that a
larce number of the T43 tanks
vcpre standing in open storage
They had been there for two or
three years, tne report saiu, ai an
additional, cost of $500,000 to the
taxpayers. ....
When the Army learned of Its
interest, the subcommittee said it
moved quici:ly to make necessary
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director of the Transportation and
Terminals Bureau, will act as
director during the absence on
leave of B. I. Everson.
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modifications and get them fit for
use. The program was completed
last April, it said, and the tanks
Sent to Fort Hood, Tex., for testing-
They now are being shipped to
Army1 ground forces in Germany.
The T43 tank, packing a 120 mil millimeter
limeter millimeter cannon, was ordered into

production in the tfarly days of
tlie Korean var. But the subcom
mittee, said the tank vs not
completed in time for us. in that
war and ''apparently none was
needed.''
Cigarette Probers
Now Set Sights On
Reducing Pill Game
WASHINGTON, Aug. 1 (UP)
A congressional committee which
recently, investigated filtered cig cigarettes
arettes cigarettes announced today it would
look into the reducing pill busi business
ness business "one of the most lucrative
rackets in the nation."
Chairman John A. Blatnik (D (D-Minn)
Minn) (D-Minn) said his House government
operations subcommittee would
open hearings Fridav to determine
what the gjvernment is doing to
protect the public i'gainst the
claims of "pill pedlers.
He said the first witness will be
S. William Kalb of Newik, N. J.,
a medical doctor and recognized
authority in the" treatment of
obesity.
Blat.iik said some of the adver advertising
tising advertising for weigh reducing pills ap appeared
peared appeared to be "cu'.rigbi fraudu fraudulent."
lent." fraudulent." His group, which has been study studying
ing studying false and mhadirg adver advertising,
tising, advertising, completed its investigation
of filter tip cigarettes las week.
Blatnik concluded sftert he hear
ings that filter tips were "phony"
and provide lust as great a health
hazard as plain cigarettes.
In announcing the new hearings,
Blatnik complained that many ad
vertisers assured the buyer that
with use of thei" veiphl reducig
pills "there is no nrec to diet,
tt at you can eat all the foods that
you love and that you will lose
weight at a fsntastio rate."
"Excess woiglu is s major
health problem," Blatnik said.
"...Many people Lnd it exceeding
ly difficult to adhere to diets in
order to rediiie and the 'pill ped
lers' are exploiting this difficulty
for all it's worth."
He said the x'cost to the public
is enormous the Denent, zero.
Marketing of these preparations
often delays individuals from get getting
ting getting competent' medical advice
and undertaking an effective pro
gram for reducing
Young Moscow
UK Swingsters'
MOSCOW, Aug. 1 (UP) Hot
British musicians playing "cool"
American iazz hepped up Mos
cow's youth festival last night and
set Muscovite youngsters rocking
to the "decides t Western
rhythms denounced by their Com Communist
munist Communist elders.
Some 1.000 Russians crowded
into the Cinema Actors House for
the Britisa-iponsorcd jam session.
They appuuded loudly when Ne Negro
gro Negro songstress Bcrnice Reading
crooned the "St. Louis Blues,"
"Swing Low Sweet Chariot," and
the once-banned Russian folk song
"Darkeyes.
And they stomped and cheered
when the belted out "Rock Baby
Rock," backed by two blaring
bands and a Bono quartet.
A few muttering! of disapproval
were lost in the crash of ap applause.
plause. applause.
Fraternization between Russians
and festival visitors was even
closer and livelier in Red Square,
where giggling girls hid their
handkerchiefs and give a kiss to
boys who iound them.

Many members of th AmerH

Let the people

32nd TEAK

Dixie- Foes O f

Block Limitation OBD&bafei

WASHINGTON, Aug. J (UP)
soutnern toes oi President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's civil rights bill blocked
an administration effort yesterday
to choke off debate on the hotly hotly-disputed
disputed hotly-disputed jury triai issue.
The proposal was offered by
Senate Republican Leader William
F. Knowland a few hours after
the chief executive denied South Southern
ern Southern charges l.e had resorted to
threats to keep the amendment
out of the bill.
But Eisenhower told his news
conference he still is firmly
against the proposal. He said,
however, that he does not believe
a President should or can influ influence
ence influence members of Congress by
threats.
Knowland sought unanimous
agreement to limit debate on the
jury, trial amendment to six hours,
starting tomorrow. Debate on any
proposed changes in the present
proposal would have been limited
to one hour each.
Sen. Richard B. Russell (D'Ga),
leader of the Dixie bloc fighting
the legislation, immediately ob
jected. Under the unanimous con
sent procedure, his dissent was
enough to block the move.
Russell said he personally hoped
"we vote tomorrow night" on the
proposal, which would provide for
jury trials in criminal contempt
case stemming from violations of
right-to-vote injunctions. But he
said he would not agree to a
deadline even if it was as late
as Sept. 1.
Knowland then tried to push
through two other unanimous con consent
sent consent agreements one to limit de debate
bate debate on the amendment starting
Friday and another to go into ef effect
fect effect on Saturday, Russell blocked
both.
"We have no intention of fili filibustering,
bustering, filibustering, but wc do demand the
right to address ourselves" to the
amendment, he said.
Russell said he believed the sen senate
ate senate would reach a showdown soon sooner
er sooner if normal procedures were fol fol-lowered
lowered fol-lowered than if continued attempts
were made to limit debate.
Earlier, Senate Democratic
Leader Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex)
asked for unanimous consent to
set the civil rights bill aside lor
about 15 minutes so the Senate
could extend the life of the Small
Business Administration beyond
midnight tonight.
But that move was blocked by
Sen. Wayne Morse, (D-Ore) who
upset a similar plan yesterday in involving
volving involving several urgent money bills
and other stymied legislation.
Morse said he would not agree to
a1 civil rights lull unless definite
agreement was reached for end ending
ing ending debate on the jury trial
amendment.
Morse refused to budge even
when reminded by Knowland that
the small business agency would
go out of business at midnight un unless
less unless the Senate acted. The Ore Oregon
gon Oregon senatcr promised, however,
that he would back a move to
"reestablish" the agency later.
Johnson had served notice ear earlier
lier earlier that he would make a new
effort tomorrow to achieve a tem temporary
porary temporary break in the debate.
. Other stymied bills include the
defense and agriculture appropri appropriations
ations appropriations bills and an emergency res resolution
olution resolution to permit federal agencies
whose new budgets have not been
approved to continue spending at
Stomps, Cheers
Cool US Jam
can contingent, less delegation delegation-minded
minded delegation-minded than visitors from other
countries, skipped scheduled esti estiva
va estiva activities to follow their own
whims.
Barbara Perry, a dancer from
Chicago, went to see the famed
Boshoi Ballet .perform Swan
Lake. She thought the Russian
dancers were "just fabulous.?
"I'm- very favorably impressed
even though 1 don't .agree with
the Soviet dancers on style," she
said.
The American ballet student said
Russians were embarrassing her
by comparing her to the Soviet
Union's great ballerina Galina
Ulanova, even though they bad
not seen her dance.
Political discussions were fre frequent
quent frequent but unheated. One group of

Americana nd Russians informal-ZZ.?
. j-u-.-j Tl- -..i j

crscv versus commun'tm
nmil nmmiiniam I
"Nobody tried to convert any anybody,"
body," anybody," an American said, "we
just exchanged ideas like .Eisen .Eisenhower
hower .Eisenhower and Zhukov did in their
long conversation at the end of
the wax.

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At his news conference, the I

Dying Breath Fight
Pledged By Leopold

JOLIET, 111., Aug. 1 (UP)
Thrill killer Nathan Leopold said
today he was "disappointed, of
course" over Gov. William G.
Stratton's rejection of his appeal
for executive clemency but would
continue to seek freedom until
"my dying breath."
Leopold, 52, sentenced to life
and 99 years for his part in the
"crime of the century"- slaying
of 14-year-old Bobby Franks in
1924. told a news conference in
the chapel of Stateville Peniten
tiary that he did not believe he
would live until he is eligible for
parole in 1968 under his present
Sentences.
But he said that "even if I
should be alive in 2083, 1 still
would be applying for commuta
tion or clemency."
The baldtnfc, paunchy million millionaire's
aire's millionaire's son, pow ailing with dia
betes anc a heart condition, had
his second appeal for freedom
turned down Tuesday. But Strat Strat-ton
ton Strat-ton left thu door open for new
appeal.
Elmer Gertz, attorney fpr Leo
pold, said a petition for a rehear rehearing
ing rehearing of the commutation applica application
tion application would he filed before Sep September,
tember, September, to permit the state Pa Parole
role Parole Board to consider it at its
regular September meeting.
Leopold sa:d he would continue
to seek freedom "even with my
dying breath from a hospital bed."
He said1 at first that he was
"not crushed by the adverse de decision"
cision" decision" of Gov. Stratton. But later
he said he was standing "at the
open graveside of my hopes."
However, he said, he could "still
glorify the name of God."
He said he felt like reciting a,
traditional Hebrew funeral prayer
a prayer which, he said, does
Feedom Stage Set
By Governor For
Terrible Touhy
SPRINGFIELD, 111., Aug. 1
(UP) Gov. William G. Stratton
yesterday set the stage for free freedom
dom freedom for Chicsgo prohibition era
gangster Roger (The Terrible)
Touhy.
Stratton offered Touhy the hope
of freedom in lesi than three
years 24 hours after he had de denied
nied denied mercy to another notorious
StateviHe Penitentiary convict,
thrill killer Nathan Leopold.
Stratton, following the recom recommendation
mendation recommendation of his Pardon- and Pa
role Board, commuted to three
years Touhy's 199-year sentence
for a sensational 1942 jailbreak
from Stateville.
The graying, 60-year-old gang
boss was expected to seek im immediately
mediately immediately a federal court habeas
corpus ruling freeing him of a 99-
year kidnaping sentence.
Touhy, true to bis tough reputa reputation,
tion, reputation, refused comment on Strat Stratton's
ton's Stratton's commutation until he talked
to his lawyer.
Leopold, hiding his own disap disappointment,
pointment, disappointment, said "I'm very happy
for himI congratulate him."
Stratton left Touhy's 99-year
sentence on charges of kidnaping
international swindler John f Jake
the Barber) Factor 4n 1934 intact.
Touhy would not be- able to seek
parole on this charge until April,
However. Federal Judee John
P. Barnes has already ruled that
the; Factor conviction was based
on trumped-up evidence and ner.
jured testimony.
On the nana of Strattoa'a com commutation
mutation commutation and Barnes! rating,
Touhy was expected to seek im immediately
mediately immediately to have the 99-year kid kidnaping
naping kidnaping term set aside on around i
that be was wrongfully imprisoned
in the first place.
Ir soecessfuL Touhy would then
face only the three-year jailbreak
1 U ra Ior ,ooa
ben i vi or. v r
1 OQfiy WI SO
Touhy was so confident that be
could break the kidnaping convic conviction
tion conviction that be did not even ask for'
commutation of the sentence. His
plea, which Stratton granted, was
for commutation of the jailbreak
steatenca only.

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Civil Rights

President expressed concern over
the henate s failure to act on the
money measures and the small
business legislation. Without Sen
not mention sadness but. speaks
oniy oi tne ciorincauon ot uoa.
Leopold stood before batterv
of microphones and tape record
ers during the 22-muiute news
conference. Clad in prison blue
jeans and wearing blue-rimmed
spectacles, he read from a pre-
parea statement teuing oi ms
hopes of being set free by Christ
mas.
"Had I not hoped for favorable
consideration, had I nor fell that
perhapr leniency was warranted,
I should not have filed my appli application,"
cation," application," he said.
The prisoner, a brilliant young
college student when be and the
late Richard Loch killed young
Franks for4he"thi:H'! of commit committing
ting committing a perfect crime, said he be believed
lieved believed he had become a' "symbol"
for thousands of long-term con convicts
victs convicts in prisons tbtoughout the na nation.
tion. nation.
He said he felt his fellow con
victs at Stateville w?re;"let down"
by the governor's rejection of his
appeal.
He commented that he felt his
case was similar "in some re respects"
spects" respects" to that of Capt. Alfred
Dreyfus, a French army officer
who was convicted of spying on
perjured, testimony and- was sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to Devil's Island. ;
Leopold said the similarities Jay
in the controversies stirred up in
each case and in the fact that
both he and Dreyfus had "devoted
friends" working for theif release.
In his own case, Leopold, said,
rehabilitation was the r crux. He
said he continued, to have a firm'
belief and trust in God. .'
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ate -action, he said, there are
many -civilian workers and 2,800, 2,800,-000:
000: 2,800,-000: servicemen ""whose pay can
not eo on.'.' :
.."I hope that nothing disastrous!
r comes outot it," ne said.
c Eisenhower .was asked about
Russell's charge yesterday that
Republican senators have been
"dragooned',', by the White House
into o v P I n i tjie Jury trial
amendment. :
The President replied that he is
always willing to discuss legisla legislation
tion legislation "in a quiet conversational
way by the telephone and infor
mal meetings."
i But hei -said "vou don't influ-
ence Congress, In my opinion, by
threats," by : anything except' try trying
ing trying to convince them of. the sound
ness and the logic of your. views."
At the same time, he renewed
his opposition to the efforts of
Sen. Joseph C O'Mahoney (D-
.Wyo) and others to write the jury
trial proviso into the bill.
He said the bill, as now writ
ten, would authorize federal judge
to punish such violators summari
ly without a jury triai. He said
the government "must sustain'
the. power to judges to enforce
the constitutional right to vote.
M,I do not believe, that any
amendment should be' made he
Said. '1 support the bill as it now
stands, earnestly, and I hope that
it will be passed soon. That is my
last word on civu ngnts." t
Knowland said that unless there
is an early vote, on the amend
ment, administration 'forces may
move to kill it. Such ail motion
Would not be subject to debate
and Knowland -predicted it would
have the support oi a : benate
majority iV'
But Johnsoh said it would be
"premature" to discuss such a
move. A supporter of the O'Ma O'Mahoney
honey O'Mahoney amendment, he said an ef effective
fective effective right to vote bill can be
written "without destroying the
right to trial by jury in cases of
criminal punishment. :
With a jury trial guarantee, he
said,' a "substantial majority' of
the Senator would pass a civil
rights bill quickly and would not
have to debate the legislation "all
winter," as Knowland has said he
is prepared to do.

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MUSCAT, Sultanate of Muscat
and Oman, Aug. 1" (UP) The
foreign minister of Muscat and
Oman said yesterday' British led
ground forces will start -a mop mop-up
up mop-up operation "probably within a
week" against rebel tribesmenap-parently-.
armed v -with vAmerfcan
weapons by Saudi Arabia. v.
The foreign minister, a Briton
named 1 Neil vlnnes, said there
"Can't 1te,mueht doubt" the re re-volt;of
volt;of re-volt;of the Imam (religious lead
er) of Oman is inspired by Saudi
Arabia, backed by Egypt.
"However," he saia,:"king Saud"
probably has lost interest and
oily some of his stooges ate con conspiring
spiring conspiring with the rebels," v -'
" Innes said the Imam's 200-stfong
rebel forces already show signs
of cracking. ,i
"The cleanup should prove to
be pretty rapid,". he' said.
'Tank Bin Taimur,. brother and
right-hand man to the Sultan, said
the rebels appear to be armed
with American 'weapons which
could only have-come from the
Saudi Arabians who are now
trained and equipped by Ameri Americans,
cans, Americans,
"The rebels have, been firing
semi-automatic weapons in clips
of eight bullets and then pausing
to reload," the tall, bearded Arab
said, i ''This would seem to point
only to the Garand rifle."
.The foreign minister', said tht
rebels already have lost control
of Izki, key town in the rebel-held
mountain area. The Wali (Sul
tan's governor) of Izki has sent a
message' pledging allegiance te
the Sultan, he said.
The Beau Geste-style fort oi
Izki was a main target of Royal
Air Force jet rocket attacks in
recent days.f After the last raid
the fort hoisted the Sultan's flag.
The rebels at Izki previously
blocked the : only road leaduii
from the coast to the interior, v
The RAF sent a new wave oi
Venom jets into, action from
Sharja in Trucial Oman yesterdays;,
Nine planes took part but .theut
targets were not .disclosed,

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Adm. William F. (Bull)
Halsey (ret.) was reported '.'up
and arounn ana, zeeimg very
well" yesterday in Doctors Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital where he was taken Mon. after
becoming ill while spending a
weekend on Fishers I s 1 a n d in
Long Island sound.
A spokesman for the 74-year-old
admiral said he suffered a "cere
bral spasm," rather than, a cere cerebral
bral cerebral hemorrage as reported at
first by the hospital. He was said
to be "Quite improved and do
ing very well."
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