The Panama American

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

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

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'Lef the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln,
33rd YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1958

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SHADES OF THE "ROARING 20' S". Mrs. Betty Slaughter of
the U.S. Army Caribbean School purchasing and contracting of office
fice office took the supply economy advice of Capt. James P. Frailer,
School supply officer, to heart and came to work wearing an
original 1920 version of the sack dress, Mrs. Slaughter said that
she could really save money on the recent style changes since
she has a trunk full of these creations which now look up to
date, spr (U.S. Army Photo)

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To S

et Up Housing Plan

A nrobosed low cost housing
program for Panamanian mem-
fcors of the Locals 900 and 907,
AFSCME, CIO-AFL, is scheduled
to get under way following ine
arrival of a housing advisor from
4k. it fi nn Jlllv 28.
William L. Sinclair, tne uocai
AfPfcffffi
ative,.dedared today that he had
ident Arnold S. Zander that the
union's housing agvisor' "f1"1
Arnold Completes CZ
Tour Of Dirties;
Leaving For New Post
! Acting Gov. Hugh M. Arnold will
complete his four-year tour of du du-v
v du-v in thp Carnal Zone at 1 p.m. Sat
urday when the Panama 1 i n c r
. J ,1 XT..... Viwt twtih
Cristobal sans ior new i
him and his lamuy aooaiu.
Accompanied by a large group
of Canal Zone officials and per personal
sonal personal friends, he and Mrs. Arnold
will leave Balboa at 11 :30 Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning aboard an official mo motor
tor motor car fro Cristobal where they
will board the ship, and sail short shortly
ly shortly afterwards for his new post as
commanding officer of the 20th En Engineer
gineer Engineer Brigate at Fort Bragg, PLC.
Amnirt whose last official duty
in th f!nal Zone was to act as
Governor this week during the
absence of Gov. W. E. Potter, was
appointed lieutenant governor of
the Canal Zone and vice president
of the Panama Canal Co. in July,
1957. He had just completed a
three-year assignment as Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering and Construction director to
that of lieutenant governor.
Upon Arnold's departure, Col.
John D. McElheny, who arrived
here Wednesday, will be.-ome Lt.
Governor of the Canal Zone. He
will be acting Governor until Cot Cotter's
ter's Cotter's return early Sunday morn morning.
ing. morning. Already well known in the Can Canal
al Canal Zone, McElheny spent several
weeks here in June making an or orientation
ientation orientation tour of the bureaus and
operating units of the Canal or organization.
ganization. organization. He comes to the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus from Washington, DC, where
he has been on duty for the past
two years in the office of the Chief
of Engineers.
Vet Croup Formed
NEW YORK (UPI) Formation
of the Order of Lafayette, Inc
for members of the armed ser.
vices who served in France r
French Africa, during World Wars
I or II, was announced today.
Honorary chairmen o" the order
are General of the Army Don"'
MacArthur and Fleet Admiral
Chester W. Nimitz, and the pre
dent general is former Represen Representative
tative Representative Hamilton Fish.

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Frank, is due to arrive on the
Isthmus on that date to set up
the program.
The AFSCMB is giving it? sup
port to a $3,500,000 low cost hous housing
ing housing project offered by Trans-A
merica industries tor memners
oi L,ocais auu ana 07.
In addition to Frank, Thomas
ernatlona
director for organization, is also
scheduled to arrive on the Isth
mus June 28 to map out a mas massive
sive massive organizational drive among
non-U.S. citizens employe in the
Canal Zone.
Jury Fails To
In Shipboard
A jury in the case of a cook
who stabbed his chief steward
sweated for nearly ten hours
yesterday until late into the
night but failed to reach a ver verdict.
dict. verdict. They are trvine to decide on
a verdict on Samuel HendricKs,
second cook aboard the United
Fruit Co. ship Metapan accus accused
ed accused of assaulting chief steward
William Laskv with intent to
murder while the ship was tied
up at Cristobal on May 6.
.Tudee Guthrie F. Crowe final
ly ordered the jury to return
to the courtroom ramor-uw
morning to continue their cie cie-Hhcraiinns.
Hhcraiinns. cie-Hhcraiinns. Thev can choose
between convictlnsr HenancKS
urith assault with intent to
murder or the lesser cha'ge of
assault with a deadl weapon
The case went to tne lurv at
11 a.m. yesterday. It was 10:45
p.m. oetore tney anuuuii
their failure to reach a ver
dict.
The lurors are: Paul E. Acker-
man, Clifford S. Asbury, Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth F. Brassell, David S.
Brown, Joe Y. Christian, vern
Ohrlstoph, Richard O. Condon,
Muriel L. Dodd. Donald D. Ja Ja-ques,
ques, Ja-ques, David B. Marshall, Arthur
C. Payne and Ernest C. Stie Stie-britz.
britz. Stie-britz. The prosecution claimed
that Hendricks got angry
with Lasky, his immediate
boss, because he accused him
of being drunk, ordered him
from the galley and spspend spspend-ed
ed spspend-ed him from his duties for a
day. This meant he would
lose a day's pay and possibly
be fired at the end cf the
imirnev.
Hendricks went to his room
nnrt then returned to tnp tm.
lev. the prosecution alleged.
trinv a tnife and went into the

chief steward's cabin Where helsfummer of 1957, at which time

stabbed him three times.
One knife-blow actually pene-

trated Lasky's heart which hadied

to be sutured. He has no

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Single Wage
Meet Quit
a intnfc House and Senate
fovorw-A committee attempt-
ing to work out a compromise
bill providing a Single Wage
scale for U.S. and lal-rate
employes in the Canal Zone
met bneny mis mumis
adjourned unui iir
ter'noon without taking any ac-
tWb. & .i
Arnold S. zanaer, unci na national
tional national president of the Amer American
ican American Federation of State,
County and Municipal Em Employes,
ployes, Employes, AFL-CIO, called the
union's international repre representative,
sentative, representative, William H. Sinclair,
from Washington today to
say he and other officials of
the union are confident the
committee will act favorably
on the treaty legislation cov covering
ering covering the single wage scale
and civil service retttejnent
coverage for the Panama Ca Canal's
nal's Canal's loel-rate employes,
sindafr skid today that non-
citizen lafcor unions in tht. ca-
n4l mn are anxiously await-
r fp vm hi action on the
iAiriciatinn. anfl will be aappy
to get this phase out of the way
so thev ihav get down to the
more difficult task of applying
the single wage legislation.
Arz-orrlin to a United Press
international, committpurces
coin ha-rf-3atit 0 liteWhood
iat T'mprteS &W
worked out in ne meewng ims
afternoon, SltnoiWh' there re remained
mained remained a possibility that one
side or the other might aree
to one of the existing vllouse
and Senate versions of the bill.
Otherwise action in the com
mittee probably cannot oe ex expected
pected expected before next week.
Lavern E. Dilweg, repre representing
senting representing the United States
Citizen Association, said that
the committee has bee ad advised
vised advised of the USC.Vs jos1tion
and of the group's feeling of
urgencv of getting "some sort
of legislation enacted trim
year to implement the trea-
itv."
He also said the two versions
of the bill are so far apart that
he doubts the likelihood of
reaching agreement in one
meeting.
Reach Verdict
Stabbing Case
ed to the States for more sur
gery. His evidence was perpe perpetuated
tuated perpetuated and the depositions were
before the court.
Defense attorney S. T. Frank Frank-el
el Frank-el claimed Hendricks had act
ed in self-defense.
Hendricks testified that he
went into the chief steward's
room unarmed to discuss the
matter of his being relieved of
his duties for a day. He stated
Laskv immediately attacked him
using a knife he snatched from
an adjoining office.
Hendricks said he wrested the
knife from Laskv. He claimed
that -Laskv had been picking
on him" throughout the voyage
and maklntr unlust criticisms
of him in front of other mem
bers of the crew.
Kol Shearith
Gets New Pastor
Last Friday night, at the
Temple Kol Shearith Israel, 4-70
36th Street and Cuba Avenue,
president Woodrow de Castro
welcomed the newly elected
Rabbi, Isaac Neuman to the
temple.
Rabbi Neuman formerly serv served
ed served congregations Beth El, ln
Colorado Springs, and Temple
Israel, ln Burlington, Iowa. He
also served as educational di
rector ln Doluth, Minn., during
1953-1955.
Rabbi Neuman has visited
congregation Kol Shearith Is
rael twice before during the
llli
fe conducted the services dur-
1ng the holidays. He also visit
Panama during Passover
ys of 1958, and nas now
ed for the year iB-mv.

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THEY TRIED Burn of Navy seaman Vernon Swiatlowskl (seated), one of four Navy men cited
for heroic action in yesterday's Rodman naval station fire, are tended by hospitalman Ronald
E. Guyette. Looking on (from left) are Chief Boatswain's Mate John E. Harrington, CWO Ern Ernest
est Ernest O Streeter, and Boatswain's Mate 1st Class Robert A. Pritchard, who with Swiatlowsik pulled
the burned victims from the fire. (Navy Phto)
Three Of Rodman Flash Fire Victims Die;
Fourth Man Still Critically III In Gorgas

Despite a night-long struggle,
by doctors, two more Podman
U.S. Naval Station workers died
todav from bums received in
a mystery flash fire yesterday.
This .leaves only one survivor
of the four local-raters who
were trapped in a blazing gear
locker. Alfredo RosaJes, who is
Ln a critical condition at Gorgas
with burns covering 75 per cent
of their bodies.
The men who died today are
Cecil Atkinson and Francisco
Luna, both, of Panama City.
Yesterday afternoon Luis Na Navarro,
varro, Navarro, 39, died without regain regaining
ing regaining consciousness.
The exact cause of the explo explosion
sion explosion and flash fire which jam
med the door of tne locser
room and prevented the imme immediate
diate immediate escape of the victims was
still not known today, although
it was reported the men were
handing a paint solvent at the
Balboa Teen Club
Broken Into
The fialbos Teen Club was brok
en into last nightr
Panamanian Juan M Dios Mar Martinez,
tinez, Martinez, 26, appeared r Balboa Ma Magistrates
gistrates Magistrates Court todaV charped with
entering the club with intent to
commit a felony.
THa .Dca mil pnnMnnoH until
Monday and Judge John E. Dem-
ing set bail at $500.

Zone PO Announces First-Day Cancellation Of New Stamps

Orders are now being taken
bv the Canal Zone Postal Divi
sion for flrst-dav cancellations
of the new airmail postage
stamps which will be placed on
sale at Balboa Aug. 16 and at
all other Canal Zone post of offices
fices offices Aug. 18.
stamp collec tors desiring
first-dav cancellations ot these
stamps may send addressed en envelopes
velopes envelopes to the Postmaster Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, with a money order re remittance
mittance remittance to cover the cost of
the stamps to be affixed. Post Postage
age Postage stamps and personal checks
will not be accepted in Dav Dav-ment,
ment, Dav-ment, it was announced.
Envelopes submitted should
be of ordinary letter store and

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LUIS NAVARRO

FRANCISCO LUNA
Flash fire victims. .

time. t
Four Navy men have been
cited for their courageous ac action
tion action ln getting the men out
of the room, even though
they were not able to pre prevent
vent prevent tragedy.
BM 1c Robert A. Pritchard
knocked down the door of the
room With a fire axe to reach
the victims. He was joined by
CWO Ernest O. Streeter, secur
ity officer 'at Rodman, ubm
Ijohn F. Harrington and Sea
man Vrrnnn KwiatlOWSltl 111
hauling the injured men out
Harrington and Swiatlowskl'
should be properlv addressed.
An enclosure of medium weight
should be placed in each en envelope
velope envelope and the flap either turn turned
ed turned In or seaeld. Flrst-dav covers
will not be returned under cover
of another envelope.
Each cover should be pencil
marked ln the upper right cor corner
ner corner to show the number and
denomination of stamps to be
affixed, thus eliminating a let letter
ter letter of instruction. The envelope
also should be endorsed "flrst-
dav cover."
Requests for unusual arrange arrangements
ments arrangements and plate numbers can cannot
not cannot be granted, postal author authorities
ities authorities stated. Requests for mint

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CECIL ATKINSON
put out the fire with a hose
in the building and damage
caused was slight.
All four Navy men received
burns on their hands but were
not admitted to bosoital.
One hundred civilians and
Navy personnel volunteered yes
terday to donate blood for the
victims after an appeal had
been made for 40.
The Civilian Welfare and
Recreation Association at Rod Rodman
man Rodman is accepting any donations
for families of the fire victims.
First contributor to the fund
with $5 was Harrington.
stamps must not be included
with the orders for fir.y-dav
covers but sent seoarat3lv to
the Postmaster. Balboa, Canal
Zone. To Insure prompt shio shio-ment,
ment, shio-ment, orders should not include
other denominations.
The five new airmail nostaae
stamps will be issued in deno denominations
minations denominations of 5 cents, 7 cents.
15 cents. 26 cents, and 35 cents.
Thev will Have the same deeinn
as the present airmail series
except for the numerals Indi Indicating
cating Indicating the values.
The bacfarround of the design
is the Caribbean area of the
Western Hemisphere with a
circle ln which the words "Air "Air-Mail"
Mail" "Air-Mail" appear.

Students

Labor Leaders
Also Invited
To La Cresta

Dr. Milton Eisenhower, due here tomorrow, will be
glad to receive groups representing Panamanian students
and local labor leaders during his stay here, a US Em Embassy
bassy Embassy spokesman announced today.
Eisenhower is due to arrive at Tocumen from Wash Washington
ington Washington tomorrow afternoon.
Earlier it had been indicated that he would confine
his "study mission" to conferences with government and
other officials "concerning the continuing development of
the area."
Labor leader William H. Sinclair said today he was
pleased Eisenhower would be seeing the union represen representatives,
tatives, representatives, who had several issues they would like to put be before
fore before him.
Student leaders, including Carlos Arellano Lennox,
president of the University Students Union, have lona been

declaring that Eisenhower's visit would not be fully ef effective
fective effective in bettering US-Panama relations if he conf:n4

nis conracrs to government
ordinary people of people of
U
vmitotpvt) uui um, juspwjjr
meetings with batflttSttfdent
the US Embassy residence on
will be staying while here.
The student delegation will be
comprised of five members under
the leadership of University Rec
tor DP, Jaime de la Guardia.
Arellano Lennox said this aft aft-rnoon
rnoon aft-rnoon that the executive com
mittee of his union would meet
later today to discuss the com
position of the group. He hoped
high school sttsdents would also
be represented.
Arellano Inmx was the
leader of "Operation Sover Sover-eisnty"
eisnty" Sover-eisnty" last May 2 during;
which students planted ab-nt
50 Panamanian flags In the
Canal Zone. The Zomj sover sovereignty
eignty sovereignty issue will certainlv fig figure
ure figure prominently in any discis discissions
sions discissions he has with Elsenhower.
Union leadership todav indi indicated
cated indicated lt might be conslderc-i a
rMseotrtey to Eisenhower for
them to make Ditb'lc .beforehand
what they would discuss with
him.
But topics of high interest In
Canal Zone local -rate union cir
cles at the moment include th?
unions' claim for a 10 ner cent
pay raise to match that recently'
granted Civil Service, employee
a bid to eliminate ttoe 30 per
cent US tax on non-eitlzen re retirement
tirement retirement checks through some
tax agreement with Panama,
and the Question ot low -cost
housing in the republic
w tin,., nr rint. 'hvp vet,
been made public for the labor
and student leaders' meeting
with Eisenhower
In general, the President's
brother will be fMttty much
out of the public r vr during
his stay here. His schedule of
appointments has not been
made public, and there has
been no mention of any oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity being provided for Ca Canal
nal Canal Zonians to meet him.
Officials connuected with h's
tour underline that lt is prlmar-

r Z 1 ,nrf hS o her!only ralsed academic standards
for Panama and the, otner . niip- Knt unriii.rt an

ny ior t-anama ..u I at the college but kindled an
countries of Centra America interest m learnln f ,e rn
Eisenhower is scheduled to fWW. .a1ta th. offlri.n4. unri

north to Central -Amerlcai
Wednesday morning.
His brother Dwleht has fre
quently described him as the
brains of the E'senhower family,
according to a United Press In International
ternational International report from Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. Of his youngest brother. Presi President
dent President Eisenhower once ald:
"You do not have to sell Mil Milton
ton Milton to me. If it were not for his
name he would have a wry high
governmental position."
Despite the lack of a govern government
ment government job, Milton Elsenhower
wields an Important influence
on United Stale's policy
through the advice Which he
gives to the president in his
frequent meetings with him.
Tomorrow he will undertake a
gain a difficult mlsewn for his
brother when he leaves on a
study trip to Central America
and Panama.
Normally the trlHi would be
considered a routine Visit,, but
since Vice-president Richard M.
Nixon- was stoned on his recent

officials, and met none of the

Panama.
vited Eisenhower ttt vistHthe
-ioKesman said roaay the
and labor groups will be at
La Cresta. where Eisenhower
South American tour, the Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower trip has acquired spp"kl
Importance. The world will be
watching the trip closely to see
what sort of reception the presi president's
dent's president's brother receives.
Dr. Milton Elsenhower, now
the president of Johns Hopkins
University in nearby Baltimore,
Is rine years younger than he
President. He was born in A n-
jlere, Kansas, Septemoe.- 13,
1199,
I The close friendship or tne
two blethers began at that
timi when Dwight sonnet to
oroiect his little broths- after
M'iton suffered an attack cf
sc&rlet fever.
Before and after graduating
from Kansas State ColleJe"he
was a newspaperm an.i laler
went into the teaching profes profession
sion profession at Kansas State.
Then his college president
"fired'' him so that he could
lake a position as Vice-Consul
in Edinburgh, Scotland.
In 1926 he went to work in
the U.S. Agriculture Depart Department.
ment. Department. He remained in gov government
ernment government service for the next
seventeen years.
In 1943 he was offered the
i Presidency of Kansas State. Tie
; accepted and before leaving
I Washington said:
"Mankind has developed more
knowledge but no better mdg mdg-ment.
ment. mdg-ment. If human beings are go going
ing going to grow into the wisdom
and tolerance desperately need needed,
ed, needed, democracies must get un on
their hind legs, stick out their
chins and teach students how
to learn."
He proved to be an outstand outstanding
ing outstanding college president. He not
" Slim, ...
At the same time he re
mained a very friendly hu human
man human being. Each student was
invited to his heme it least
once during his college ca career.
reer. career. Seven years later. Dr. Milton
came East to head what Is now
Pennsylvania State University.
Earlier Republicans In Kansas
tried to get him to run for gov governor
ernor governor and President Trumany
sought to make him an Anit
ant Secretary General of trie
United Nation -A
Six years later, for.,"intfl1ue4
ly personal reasons, Er Ekeny
riower accepted the presidency
of Johns Hopkins University.
His wife Helen Elsie had died
at Pennsylvania State in 1954
after a lonsr ilhrteas. After that
Dr. Milton plunged more deep deeply
ly deeply into unlversMfv work.
He enjoys Swimming, and
fishing and likes tb wath oth'-r
sports. HO plays bridge, but not
as well as his brother. He also
nalnts with water colors and
Dlavs the olano and the organ.

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llHi MAIL BOX

L': J UNDENIED ACCUSATIONS
; .July 1 the Panama American ran a headlined, front page
atory containing accusations by one-time Panamanian presiden presidential
tial presidential candidate Victor F. Goytia to the effect that the US Army
la the Canal Zone armed the National Guard against the students.
"Certain Spanish-language newspapers and radio stations
Vefft even further, declaring that the US Army sent poisoned
bombs for use against the students in reprisal against the plac -inrof
the Panamanian flag in the Canal Zone, and that only
the direct intervention of President Eisenhower prevented these
bombs being thrown.
Ridiculous and absurd? Of course. We know, and the
educated people of Panama know, that there is an international
agreement prohibiting the use of poisoned bombs. But why
hasn't somebody interested themselves in denying these serious
accusations. Where is the Ambassador, the Governor, or the
local commander of the Armed Forces? Or do they think that
If they bury their heads in the sand like ostriches the affair will
blow over?
We are seeing the repercussions already. A brick was thrown
through the USIS window with notes attached saying "Panama
for Panamanians". The students went to school July 4 rather
than observe US Independence Day, and day by day the situation
Is getting out of hand because we have not any officials to defend
us against such politically-calculated accusations as those I have

mentioned. 'Why doesn't the government ot fanama issue a
denial of the charges?" It might be asked. Well, maybe someone

Is content to divert some uncomfortable heat to the Americans.
I am told the students are preparing big demonstrations for
October. We Americans will probably receive more insults and
rocks, and then what? There are too many Americans down on
the Canal Zone who have been there all their lives, never coming
out of their own smug little world to try to find out what is going
on next door. Ah, but they say: "We are a rich and powerful
nation and we don't have to explain ourselves to anybody."
That sort of Zonlan, and American, had better wake up to
the realization that day bv dav we are losing the respect of our
neighbors all over the world. Why did Nixon have to go through
such a degrading experience in South America? Why the
demonstrations against us all over the world?
The day after the brick was thrown through the USIS
window an embassy spokesman was quoted as saying that the
Incident "did not affect the basically good relations between the
two countries." Just what are these "basically eood relations"
coming to when such incidents are tossed off with a few cock cock-ajlar
ajlar cock-ajlar and official parties?
. How about the little people, both In the Zone and in Panama15
We are entitled to explanations of the Goytia charges or we are
folng to be known to US and Panamanian generations to come
5s -monsters who would send poisoned -bombs against defenseless
Children.
Wt can't keep blaming things on Communism. There is a
new name for it now "antl-Americanlsm" and it Is getting
worse every day.
,, i Not An Ostrich
JULY 4 PARADE
tir:
a After "No Kidding's" letter (Mail Box, July 6) on the 4th
ht July Parade in Balboa I am convinced that some people would
fcick even if their hands and feet were tied. When I read the
letter I had just finished praising everyone concerned for the
ferand showing made bv everyone, and I do mean everyone, who
took part in the parade.
. It was the nicest parade we have ever had in Balboa, and I

tood watching it with tears in my eyes, tninmng oi tne aay
When my son would be numbered among those grand squads of
Servicemen who made me feel proud of being an American. The
little girls in their prettv uniforms made a grand showing too,
as did the little boys and the older boys and the horseback riders.
1 Let them keep up the good work, and pay no attention to
She same old complaining few like "No Kiddine" who will always
tlnd fault, but never do anything worthwhile themselves.
More Parades

Labor News
And
Comment

(NOTE TO EDITORS: Vic Victor
tor Victor Riesel Is on his way to
Europe to dig up and report
new behind the scenes stories
on this front. Today, while he
is en route, his guest column columnist
ist columnist is Vice President Nixon,
who discusses his experiences
on his historic South Ameri American
can American tour).

Heaven

By RICHARD M. NIXON
Vice President of the
United States.

J CRITICIZING COPS
Sir:
If "Food For Thought" (Mail Box, July 7) is as half-baked
In all his thinking as his letter would Indicate, it is to be hoped
lie did not come down here to take an important job for Pan Pan-Canal.
Canal. Pan-Canal. His claim to a short time on the Isthmus is self -evident,
as shown by his foundationless abuse of the Canal Zone Police.
Me apparently has not been here long enough to know what he
Is talking about, and It would therefore appear that he brought
Jail resentful hostility toward the law with him. Makes one
Speculate as to the record he left behind him. perhaps? At any
Kte he assumes a great deal in claiming kinship with "man
'Mhe'r Zone residents". When he has had more experience with
gome of these Panamanian truck drivers, I venture to say his
$4rt will Stop bleeding for them.
-The officer he saw in the parking lot was undoubtedly giving
the customary warning ticket. If sloppy parking was not so
discouraged all parking lots would soon be in a mess, and our
Bwly-arrived friend probably one of the loudest complalners
when he tried to get in or out.
,f Chew On That

WHO WEARS LONG BRIDGES?
m-
If Could it be that the recent controversy over feminine wear wear-tnc
tnc wear-tnc apparel on the various Naval stations, and the current Cold
.war against the Cocoli Civic Council, the Cocoli clubhouse con con-ttessienairr
ttessienairr con-ttessienairr and civilians in general is a cover up for the Navy's
attempts to re-route the proposed approach to the new Balboa
feVjfj; awav from the Admiral's lion.se in the 15th Naval District,
K a cost of millions to the taxpayer.-?
Alfred E. Newman
FOREMAN HELPS HIS MEN
pr:
1: On the Atlantic Side the Army Engineers have a foreman
ill) spends six to eight hours a week, after working hours and
i fa, Saturdays, teaching the three R's and an apprentice trade
to his men. He his eone to the trouble of obtaining books from
Kraal Zone schools to help him carry on this work.
His men are most appreciative of his efforts, and well they
Wight be. I do not know whether his own superiors know what
'SS dedicated foreman is doing to help his men day after day,
slight after night. I for one hope they find out, as he should
MfeT commended for this fine spirit.
We need more men like him down here If I were working
in his department we would have another student.
Happy

WASHINGTON: I appreciate
the opportunity Victor Riesel has
afforded me to report through
his column on an important as-

ipect of my South American trip

wnicn, because of the under

standable interest in the vio violent
lent violent demonstrations which oc occurred,
curred, occurred, has not been adequately
covered in the press.
I have often been asked why
I insisted that State Department
officials arrange meetings with
iabor union leaders in the coun countries
tries countries I visited wherever rav

schedule would permit.

me answer is that a free
trade union movement is one of
the strongest bulwarks against
Communism.
The proof of the truth of this
conclusion is that the growing
trade union movement in Latin
America is a major target of
Communist infiltration.
In the United States we can
be grateful for the fact that our
trade union leaders were among
the first to recognize the insidi

ous character of the interna international
tional international Communist movement

and the threat it presented to
all free institutions. Men like

George Meany, for examnle.
were never fooled by the pop popular
ular popular front tactiesi of the Com Communists
munists Communists and they have fought
the Communists skillfully and

effectively through the years.
The trade union movement
in Latin America is compara comparatively
tively comparatively small but it is growing
fast, and in countries where
former governing classes are
losing their influence the
trade union leaders, together
with leaders in the universi universities
ties universities and public opinion media,
form a powerful and some sometimes
times sometimes decisive force in deter determining
mining determining the make-up of gov gov-ernments
ernments gov-ernments and their policies.
The Communists

this. That is why thev are con

centrating their efforts Drimari-

iy not on government and hu--ness
officials who mav be in
Dower today, but on the union

leaders, the university students
and the public opinion molders

wnn may be in power tomorrow.
What progress have they made
as far as unions are concerned?
We would be deceiving ourselves
if we were not to recognize that
thev have made and are now
making serious inroads in the
union movement in Latin A A-merica.
merica. A-merica. The Red labor network,
organized under the direction of
Vicente Lombardn Tnlprlnnn io

well-heeled, efficiently organiz organized,
ed, organized, and ruthlessly aggressive.
Even in those countries where
the Communist Party is outlaw outlawed,
ed, outlawed, Moscow-trained and direct directed
ed directed labor leaders are working
and planning for the dav when
they will come to power. In other
countries they openlv boast of
their Communist affiliation and
are waging unceasing warfare
on those they realize are their
most effective opponents the

iree trade union leaders

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merry-go-round

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At 10

Walter Winchell In New York

MAN ABOUT TOWN istaffer. .Rodeo ch; mpion Casey : tabloid. .The McGuire Sisters
I'liubs (they did his career on repeated their Cocuuut umv.. i w.!
Duke Pnmo de Rivera, Spain's "This Is Your Life") is txDected lei Amha,.nr i J-2 ul"

rQ,.or,ll ,...oir,,,r) Ahco.,.. (n I ,1. -. "., "") LliCR.

n.oi6ucu nuiuaooouui lu lu IlllUUlC-dlOlC Willi IICU AIM DOrOttiy S allU

muaui (.aiuer ueuig nanieu in a narnngion, UKA s Miss SOUttl Da Da-divorce
divorce Da-divorce action), is twirling his kota". .Song star LaVern Baker
mustache at Bobo Rocketeller. . wears that sequinneu arm uandage
Count Uberto Visconti di Madrone because she nad her famed arm

Phyllis'

rutui-rt

gropms are on tht scene. .Ar-

ueue Miner (dghtr of the U. S.
Dist. Ait'y for the Virein Islands

and Henry Wheatley (public rela-

and Wendy Vanderbilt, the debu- tattoo (of a male nude) removed turns exec) will ue umtpri It ?"
mint hv thai nnnfv Innk Rn. .! M.ni r-,. u. ei mm i ' .. .e ululea at ot.

aunt, have that goofy look. .Ro- via surgery. Cost her $1,000.
berto Rossellini's nephew Guido
and Jane Tova, who flew to Brus-
sels to dance in 'Carousel" (one

of America s best advertise- The

ultimas iv.l. Aus. 9. THpv'ii

iuwkii nere, wnere she is a chem-
ist...'fhe doll on. the second straw
. ot Tony Perkins' sodas (in Rum Rum-Internationals:
Internationals: Rum-Internationals: Monaco in-1 rjelmavpr's at the cf a..:i. i.

ments), were scheduled to merge siders hear Grace Kelly will co-itel) is Gail Auurev coiW.wi
July 5. .The District Attorney's star with Anna Magnani in "Dia-!and part-time model Vincln
office reportedly bagged a ladies' loques of the Carmelites". .Ma. Price's nevview James hai dam!
room attendant at a swank East ny former Nazi bic-shots are in er holon Wrwi .u. ?.: L"

Side restaurant for allegedly sell- top jobs in East Germany. One light. ..Sinnton.p o.if.

ing marijuana ciggies to some of of the Supreme Co.rt judges i (snedding her mate)! has 7 (

u-.w.j ,...u., iviuuiu.urat is xiiuci o iyiu i ociiuinann.
tiamps. .Att n Chicago Ameri-1. .Baroness Beril Fleetwood's in in-can:
can: in-can: That big "secret" Commy' timStes confirm a lone-aen item

gjfbsman giggly about her. .Att'n
singing Orientals: See Gene Kelly
for scads of jobs in 'Flower
Drum Song.'

Witzi Gaynor (Mrs. Jack Bean

idiKeu mm into buvine her that

Parly meeting (to reorganize com-! that Rex Harrison's son Noel will
rades working on railroads) was1 be her groom. ..Janine Hall, in
deferred until the 19th from July the dancing dep'fc of London's
5. .The talk persists in -Wall "My Fair Lady,' may marry ro ro-Street
Street ro-Street that a stockholders' meet- deo star James Apple in the Fall,
ing (soon) will result in a com- .Model Susan Young married

uieie snaKeun ni a inn network, s Kir-kv nnrf ;n Pd.-,, Tk i-;r, ,r.

hih n, a mi aC. "tZ. "T" "n '".."r: 7? necx ace sue saw

,.u.,..a..u. .nun mi moo- ut rti uvian aenaior Augusio uu- in m Morocco s diSD av eap

Ka nas joined the U.S., how about rand, one of the wealthiest men Gardner Cowles, publishei of Look

""" in o. America. .ine comreos! mag, prob'ly rents the highest

juoi 'nil ii MidKiii uuuuie. ijiiccu ico-operaiive apartment in

siaiiuaiu pncn tor pianos in.uiwn. ine maintenance alone

xr yuu uiuu uiuuij dpuaiii re-American tneatres (and TV stu- J,000 yearly A Yalp Harvar-ri
tpr Tiuiinvanrl hoe tia ,ww I i .... ,1 ; : .. iin rT,,. m i ... .' lifllvaiu

th r iV i f ,'r"""tv-"u" U1,a' 111 me ivioiseyev i merger will be (hat of Barbara

. lamnj (.oiiii-c UVIU.HWI aance-iroupe naa tne eaoo (daughter of Yalp's lihra

w.v. lumaiiv-c mini ujulii if-iunei lo n. .in matcn nan anr

WASHINGTON The Harris ooin ooin-mittee't
mittee't ooin-mittee't investigation o me ao

icaueu laueDeuuenl aetucipji hu

Ueen a business of cops and rou-

oers irom the time u was born,
culminating in the "imprudence

ot us chief investigator, Baion
Shacklet.e, in bugging the Toom or
Goldiine's Dress relations man rhix

week.

My assistant. Jack Anderson, a

goou reporter, was present, as a
ny good reporter is always ore-

sent if he can get there.

Reason for the cops-ana-robbers

game is twofold:
1. The Harris enmmirtsa naa

been probing some of the agencies

ana personalities in Washington.
Tney have gone to the summit.
2. Some of the committee mem
bers themselves have been dead

opposed to the probe and have
rowed among themselves.
Harris oi Arkansas did not hire

Bernard Schwartz as commit.ee
counsel until he had first phon'xf
the ofiur of Sherman Adams to
see if the White House approved.
This is highly unusual. Adams, a
Republican, was due to be inves investigated
tigated investigated by Harris, a Democrat,
The legislative and execulive
branches of government, under
our Cons i tut ion. are supposed to
check up on each other.
Reason for Harris solicitude tor
Sherman Adams was firs., the fact
that Harris wants to be a Feder Federal
al Federal judge in Arkansas and that Ad Adams
ams Adams could veto this; second, Htr
ris has been carrying the ball for
the White Housp and Ike's Texas
oil friends regarding the natural
gas act.

CHANNEL 10 IXPOSE
Last summer, afver the Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Oversight subcommittee had
been fnictionim? for almost siv

month's with no results, jack An Anderson
derson Anderson went to Miami and uncov uncovered
ered uncovered the first evidence regarding
FCC Commissioner Richard Mack
and his conflict of in erest with
Thurman Whiteside e g a r d i n ?
Channel 10.
This was in August. The in in-forrr..ition
forrr..ition in-forrr..ition was given to counsel
Schwartz and chief investigator
Shac' lette. They did not "leak"
he rtory to this column as some
Congressmen suspected. It wis
le?''ed io them.
After this column published the

I sensational cnarges asainst JricK

on Jan. 1 i38, plus other charges
of- gift-taking bv independtn' a a-gencies,
gencies, a-gencies, Schwartz was hauled be
fore his committee and cross-examined
as to whether he had gtv
n the infor-mMion to me or to
Anderson. He was able to swear
qiti'e truthfullv tha he hadn't.
However, after the first rove
lations in this column, the New

rrincess Margaret in 55) you're Russian accordions

wrong. .in a recently published
list (of the Royal household) Pe Pe-tah's
tah's Pe-tah's name appears as an extra
equerry to the Queen. ..It's strict-

ich an honorary apperntmint.

II lovvnsend comes to

Admiral. Zenith, ete V ?. .c

the th.ni, f iK-i. lvic.K were

'i'"vn ui tlicil 1IVCS

mar

riage was revealed), told Tropic a -na
undressing-room mates she

"prob'ly will marry' R

leaders were without exception Coasl aUorney- The Doris Flee

Radio City (that includes CBS

R( A, Philco

will set

in about a month, accoding to en-

. I hey say (he log-jam
records will be broken

Her Majesty requesting th.e !"arkcr1tm" a new dev.ee

This unit lets vou Dlav the new

stereo discs thru your own phono phono-Leona
Leona phono-Leona Gage, who lost the title s,ra?h fan,cl radj set. at a cost

'Miss Ilnivprse" (whpn hPK mar. OI 'css ,nan u-pius the cart

1 Hii

. Pinpprc

a decision

t,, r,r: .-s.o. ,. , ... lu stcico

out T.nere is annthpr o Ho ti : 1 u.uu, m, n,ro .u

il.:. w IJ .I...., 4-

mis story an encouraging one "" l" ""J"'
from the viewpoint of those who I to be relleved of m Pst
support the cause of freedom I
T pnm IV.I .1 J fl 1

i oaw una siue iirstnana. in
every country I visited, with the
exception of Venezuela, I met
with free trade union leaders
The meetings I attended and
t in li.An.ln. t 1

.. uiouuot'iuus 1 naa wnn tnese

James Stinson .Ir

Harvard senior. Ben Gazzara

lormer nance of actress Elaine
Stritch, and TV beautv Dotty

a dinner date at.

waisns MeaK House. ..Add duets;

Jane Uuchin (km 01 the late pia

no star) and David Winters -of

west side Sjinry". .Desilu's

wincncn rue' TV Series will

snool iew York cons anH mhhpr

episodes along Broadway

wecK starting ine 12th.

for

a

rnw Hi.

. The simplest type of en- Tc LC0 bui
ring was involved-the idea nf0 uRe?0Tlei h

gince

(riiild and the

ave parted

-' It: lll.lt T. ., .. I

pi,.m, i.- is "Mi as tne inns. ine Dls l ".""' uiau

1 itiiiuin, .,, rip nas nu.n. ... ciaaaa

always friendly. That does

not

son-ex-Nav'y chief Dan Kimball

mean that they agreed with me marriage plans were noted here
on all aspects of United Rtntpc a few years ago. .'.Peggy King's

policy. But in each instance iilsotio voce fe"a 's a Newsweek

was a friendly disagreement
from which a better .mri.

ms

didn'l

ptnee il was under their noses all
tjhe time!

W";'

mattering Philip:
faMp Hie tf HUed with braises.

m&tUn wwlJ Inn ht home like aew.
Wt A Ctaeesfleds. fwt the rttht tlv

11 ai . .

M-aiiumg or tne true Pttitnde of

me people of the United States
toward those of Latin America

resulted.
Since I have returned to the
United States. I have received
scores of letters from these dem democratic
ocratic democratic Ia.bor leaders deniorinrr
the incidents that so gross'y
misrepresented the true senti sentiments
ments sentiments of the people of Sooth A A-me
me A-me r 1 c a toward the United
States. To not a few amon"
many, Augusto Malave ViUalba
of Venezuela, wrote that the or or-canized
canized or-canized workers of his nation
emphatically repudiated the In Incidents
cidents Incidents that took place.
The Confederation of Labor of
Peru refected the demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations as "contrary to their ideals
of democracy, freedom and In-

ler-American trade unionism
And It should also be nolnted
out that in the demonstrations
that took place there was no
oartlcioation whatever by free
trade union members.
I found In mv conversations
with trade union'leader that
thev recornlze the threat
which Communism nresents to
the true Interests of the work work-ln
ln work-ln people of South America.
They aay there Is no place In
the Americas for the kinA of
forplrn controlled dictators!. In
which mowed down workers bv
the thousands In the streets of
Budanest. They realise that a
Communist government would
mean the end of the right to
strike and all the other pow powers
ers powers that a free trade union
mut have If it Is te aurrlve
and grow.
Much of the credit for the
successful- fight against Com Communist
munist Communist infiltration of the union
movement in Latin America
eoes to the International Rec-

ional Labor Organization (ORIT)

01-

Texas zillionaire C. Murchison
reportedly surveying the Manhat-

lan scene via scouts wi h a

attention
please
ROLLEI
4x4

with which the free labor
ganizations are associated.

And I am happy to point out j view toward, starting another p.m
11.,.. II,.. A .,..!...... 4. 1

111.11 uic iiiicnuitii uaue union
movement through the AFL-CIO
is doing a splendid job in Latin
America, as well as in other
parts of the world in encourag encouraging
ing encouraging the development oi free
trade unions as opposed to Com Communist
munist Communist unions.
In every country I visited,
whenever I talked to union lead ers
I heard of the fine work of
Serafino Romualdi who is Mr.
Meany's lieutenant in Latin A A-merica
merica A-merica and who was named bv

President Eisenhower as one of
the members of the delegation

to tne inauguration of President
Frondizi of Argentina. Mr. Ro Romualdi
mualdi Romualdi is not an Ivory tower
dreamer. He has seen Commu

nism in the raw. He knows that
its tyranny would ruin all that
labor has fought for ever the
decades. His work merits the
gratitude of all the people of
the United States.
I would not suggest that this
battle for organized labor in the
Americas' is won. I believe we
should step up our activities In
this struggle in several respects
We should strengthen the labor
attache sections in the Embas Embassies
sies Embassies In Latin America. We should
increase in quality and quantity
the labor union phase of our
leader exchange program.
And probably most important
of all, through our Information
Program' and every means possi possible
ble possible we must get across to the
great masses of people in Latin
America that the policies of our
government and our enlighten enlightened
ed enlightened Twentieth Century private
enterprise are dedicated to the
ideal of producing there, as in
the United States, not Just a
good life for the few but a bet bet-tre
tre bet-tre life for the many.

1I1C U1K u.. 1 ... . ---- "

will feel silly because thev "e "ds. Inveitea 510,000 in Leo's

think of it first. Especially soon. aue, weekly featuring 3-dot

muuic uuii 1 orget Ber

nard troldfine!). . .The Channing

1 uiidi-ns (ne s me magician) made

eacn otner disappear. . .Bella

uarvi, tormer H'woodolly, and

britisn b casting TV writer Ha

roia noyt are duetihg. . .Carol
Bruce and designer Richard Sny Snyder
der Snyder tried to disguise their idyll at

ine Len Bank. .ABC-TV will fea
ture poet, Kenneth Patchen on
their 'Stars of Jazz' July 28. .
We can't understand all the fuss
about Trujillo, Jr's yacht parties.
He isn't the first sailor to gape

at gins. .the current issue of

iiusn-Husn, you can safely bet,

win not Dc shown on any NBC

or LBa iv cameras. Dody Good Good-mand
mand Good-mand especially should thank the
editors. .Mitchell Parish (he
wrote the words to "Stardust")
and NBC Musical Director Paul
Taubman composed Alaska's new
State song. Headline: 'Alaska
Waited 42 Years to Become 49th
State". .Atlaska!

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1

York Times also published the
ocuwaru memo retrying gift,
taking and influence peuun...
What happeneu was iha. a eo y
of his report was left in a bush
near the capitoi btuitliug ior me
New York Times. The Times cume
along and picked it up.
Schwartz, however, didn't equi equivocate
vocate equivocate lo the (VinurHiiMM u.

said that following prior pubuca-

-ion oy rearsoj He uau givou .ht
statement to the Times. Tm ccm ccm-mutee
mutee ccm-mutee then urea aim.
Simultaneously, the Congressmen
locked tht mip.hiiniiaira. mi f,

taking in Harris safe. They are
still here. No one has seen tliem.
Schwarti was pilloried by some
Congressmen and by gift taxing
bureaucrats for sending out these
gift questionnaires. So was chair chairman
man chairman Moulder, who backed him up
100 percent. f
All the evidence since then shows
that Sehwart7 anrl Alrmi, A, ...

righ But the questionnaires ara

hh in tne ?aTe of Congressman
Harris, who took Moulder's place.
ADAMS PROBE UPPRISSED
As the investigation dragged a a-long
long a-long through the spring, Harris
made it quite clear that he wasn't
powg to send investigs ors up to
Boston to probe these two cases,
but Harris xurlripnlv

ed the order. Shacklette, an ace

mvesusaior, was ordered to stay
in Washington.

By May it became apparel that
Harris was goinr to hush up the
entire Adams. Goldfin .- ;

Ail left for Eu"ee on Mv ?,
Jack Anderson and I discussed the
evidence wp h'd on hand an-1
tided he should write an eulv
column on Harris' ractics and fW
evidence. Accordingly on May 13
Jack wrote:
"NOW that the nnhlir r-lamm- no.

difd ''own. Congressman Oret '-t..r.
ris (D-Ark.) has quietly calle 't
'.he inveiti'tinti $f the er i
most powerful man in govern "e-t
Sherman AJ"ms ... Harris .n
slammed the file shut on an ex explosive
plosive explosive case involv'n" Aim"! a-.d
has ordered committee sleuths o
fiM somore e'" e iwvsjt.
T cotumn then told in debil
of Adams' phone calls to he F'C
re Bernard Goldfine's mislabel!"?
and of GoHfjnr-'c aonarpnt infiu infiu-ence
ence infiu-ence with the SEC over the Bos.
ton Port'Develo"ment case,
After that other Congressmen
demanded that the Adams orabe
go forward. K did. But significant significantly
ly significantly Oren Harris did no' o' to Bos Boston
ton Boston to conduct it. Congressman
.Tnv Rpii villiams of Mississippi
wrn' instead.
Not. until the nrnVi hit ths haarl.

Hnes did Harris leave the sidelin"
and begin a rea.1 invpstifn'ion of
his frierds in the White House.

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of a "happy
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and imprisoned
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FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1958
irds Of A Feather
lock Together -Mayor
Wants Action

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,,.,, rrirRRATlON Seventeen members of D Company, 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry, Fort Kobbe recently celebrated birthdays at a special dinner
BIRTHDAY C"? TTmor iMludSin the ce lebrants was the unit's new commander, Capt. Van Orman and his executive officer, 1st Lt. Harry Lascola.
dtoS b?tSmmr trom left, are: Sp4 Eric Brown, Lt. Lascola Capt. Van Orman SP4 William Graley
The chicken JL2lSSi Pc RonSd DeVane, Sgts. Boyce King, Jack Butler, William Spell, Johnnie Wealot and Eugene dickey and Sp4 Leonard
I! tor NoCtS show, Si this pk& are Pfcs Join A. Wagner, Charlie Sharp, Wallace Ryan and Hubert Mikels Jr. (U.S. Army Photo

NEW ORLEANS (UPI) New
Orleans' Mayor de Lesseps S.
Morrison apparently thinks
pigeons are for the birds even if
his feelings may cost him some
votes when election time rolls

around.

The disgruntled mayor stormed

into the office of City Councilman
Victor hhhhhro today and askeJ

hrm to introduce an ordinance

that would ."make it unlawful lor

any person to induce or attrae

pigeons flying at large to remain

in any section of the city by feed feeding
ing feeding such pigeons. ."

Morrison attempted to have such
an ordinance introduced last

week, but the City Council

laughed outright and Schiro with withdrew
drew withdrew the measure.
The object of the mayor'-; ire
apparently is one of his neigh
bors, Mrs. Theresa Polizzi, who is
an avid pigeon- eeder. They flock

to her heme dairy for free hand handouts.
outs. handouts. But the neighbors consider Mrs.
Polizzi's feathery friends a nuis
ance. Mrs. F. H. Lotz, who lives
next door to the bird. lover, is
quite outspoken about them.
The self appointed spokesman
for the anti pigeon league said:
"They spoil the finish of my
husband's auto, they roost in the

gutters ana arainpipes of my
home, and, worst of all, they flit
down the chimney of my home
and scatter soot all over."
The mayor declared: "I hate to
do anything to hurt Mrs. Polizzi,
especially since she is a political
suoporter or mine and even works
the polls for me."
Mrs. Polizzi evidently npr-

turbed at the concentrated effort

to revoke the free lunch rights
of(her friends, snapped back:
"I'm going to see my lawyer."
Didn't Hurt Mi-cS-lt
Hit His Head

Senate May Extend Trade Program
To Three Instead Of Five Years

WASHINGTON (UPI e
Senate Finance Committee re
huffed President Eisenhower
today by voting to extend
his treasured reciprocal trade
program for only three years in instead
stead instead of the five he requested.
The 8-to-5 vote was tentative
But barring a .drast ic overnight
change in senument it was ex

committee takes final action on
the House-passed trade bill Ihurs
day-lhThforme1ivSeJr xSiS

QulPunquote

WASHINGTON -. Rep Rep-".4v,'v
".4v,'v Rep-".4v,'v Miairman

Souse inng subcomm

Oren
of 9

H0US an dfine and his

Ifdes to de iTer requested records
relating to $776,000 in uncashed
bank checks; .
"Unless there is a change in at at-titude,
titude, at-titude, there is going to be a ciasn
and the coTBrtiittee Will be pie pie-pared
pared pie-pared to met it."

CHICAGO Mrs John Sabo

Sr. after learning inai
son was burned when the Rus Russians
sians Russians shot down a United btates
Air Force transport in Soviet Ar-
menlaJ i;,n tnn much for me.

I just think, think and look at tel.
ii tho timp for news. I d

i!, .,.u tA hpar from mv

hut T hear he's in a hospital

sick! I can't eat, I can't sleep,
thinking about the thing.

OTTAWA Canadian Socialist

M P. Herbert Hernage, a
manding an investigation of re re-i"
i" re-i" w its Secret Service

aents had searched the homes of
r-;nr.r:pnpral Vincent Massev

and Prime Minister John Dieter.;

baker before tne arrival oi

dent Eisennower m uuu.
"Certain incidents reveal a com commie
mie commie e lack of understanding of the
rights, ways and usages of Ca Canadians."
nadians." Canadians."
JEFFERSON, Ga. James Ful Fulton
ton Fulton Foster, hduse painter Who had
been doomed to the electric chair
for a murder which former police policeman
man policeman Charles Rothschild recently
confessed to, after greeting Roths Roths-cbMd
cbMd Roths-cbMd in the Jackson County, Ga.,
jail yard:
"I appreciate what you nave
done for me it took guts. I wish
you all the luck in the world. Any Anything
thing Anything I can do for you I will glad gladly
ly gladly do it."
ZAGREB, Yugoslavia Dr
IBranislav Bogivic, physician to
Aloysius Cardinal Stepinac, after
three medical specialises had re re-oorted
oorted re-oorted that the Yugoslav prelate
U suffering from the reaooear-

e of a Wood clot in his right

lee:

The life of the cardinal is not

in direct danager but there exists
grounds ivt worry."
NE W YdRK Interior decora decorator
tor decorator Gregg Juarez. 36, husband of

British heiress Fredericka Sigrist,

18 who will inherit a fortune

when she is 25 after he snatched

their infant daughter from his
wife's arms at Idlewild Airport as

she waa about to fly home to her

manner.'
"As far as 1 am concerned, lids

is the end of our marriage. .It

is tough being married to an heir

ess who actually has no money,
wilh pvprvnnp fhinlrins vftli dpp

living on bet cash, when actuully
you are wonting like a son of a
gun to keep her in the luxury to

wnicn sne nas been accustomed."

oermit the President to cut tar

iffs by an additional 15 per cent

instead ot the 25 per cem in me

House-passed bill.
Chairman Harry F. IByrd, (D

Va. of the Snate committee first
announced the tentative vote as
7 to 5. He also said there were
three absentees whose position
might change the result at tomor tomorrow's
row's tomorrow's showdown session.

But one of the absentees, Sen.
Clinton P. Anderson (D N.M.,
said later that he had recorded
his vote in favor of the three three-year
year three-year term, making the vote 3 to

The other absentees were Sens.
George A. Smathers (D-Fla. and
J Allen Frear (D-Del.).
' Byrd Said the committee tenta tentatively
tively tentatively rejectd, 6 to 4, an amend amendment
ment amendment by Sen. Robert S. Kerr (D (D-Okla.
Okla. (D-Okla. to hold the extension to
two years.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles presented the administra administration's
tion's administration's case for the full five-year
term to the committee on June
20. He said then it was important
because of important tariff nego negotiations
tiations negotiations coming up.

Dulles said olher kxuntries
would not be willing to make
complex arrangements for the ne negotiations
gotiations negotiations "imlss they are sure
that the U.S. government has au authority
thority authority to see them through to
completion."
The administration also feels

that 'the longer the program is
extended th less doubt there will
be in foreign nations that the
United States will continue to
pursue its present liberal tariff
polici's.
The House measure would, iu iu-thorize
thorize iu-thorize the president to cut tar tariffs
iffs tariffs an additional 5 per cent a
year for five years. Senate pro protectionists
tectionists protectionists have warned they
would fight for a tighter policy.
Senate GOP Leader William F.
Knowland, among others, favors

a three-year ceiling.

Romance Is Dead;
Wife Home To Son,
Husband To Mother
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UPI-Ro-

mance has died on the vine for

a 22-year-old bean sheller and his
65-year-old wife.

It was a year ago that Tom

Henderson declared his "love at
first sight" for Mrs. Florence
Norris, a widow.
For her part, Mrs. Norris was
"sure tired of living alone." They

were married.
But relatives reported today
the union did not work out. Mrs.

Henderson is living with a son

and Henderson has gone back to
live with his mother.

Hungarians Deny New Executions

BUDAPEST, July 11 UPI) -Communist
Hungary today official official-Mrs.
Mrs. official-Mrs. Julia Rakj and at least three
ly denied Belgrade reports that
other Hungarians have been exe exe-cuted.
cuted. exe-cuted. "Since this report came from
Belerade sources it should have

been the duty of those who circul circul-ated
ated circul-ated it to examine carefully the
authenticity of the sources, be.
cause it has previously hppened
that these sources have spread
fabricated lies without any founda.
tion," the government inofrmation
of ice said.
A government spokesman, ex expanding
panding expanding the brief official state statement,
ment, statement, said it meant there li no

Mad Axman Caught
On London-Bound
Bus After Escape

LONDON (UPI) -A nationwida

manhunt today n e t te d Frank
Mitchell, the "mad axman" who
escaped from the Broadmoor asy asylum
lum asylum for the criminally insane. He
gave up quietly when police found
him on a London-bound bus.
The rugged, 28-year-old six-footer
was recaptured 36 hours after he
fled Broadmoor clad only in a
shirt and wielding his favorite
weapon- an ax.
Po'ice were told Mitchell was
"especially, dangerous and if cor.
nered might kill." Civilians were
warned to "run like hell" if they
encountered him.
Mitchell broke' into a house, near
Broadmoor, trussed up a woman
and fled in a car with her hus husband's
band's husband's clothes.
The woman said Mitchell told
her he was heading for the tough
Chinatown district of Limehouse
in East London. The car was
found abandoned later.
Dr. Patrick 'McGrath, medical
superintendent at Broadmoor, sug suggested
gested suggested that anyone meeting Mit Mitchell
chell Mitchell should "run like hell. .and
phone the police."
Mitchell was serving a nine
year term at Broadmoor on seven
charges, including one for wouno.
ing a man "with intent to mur.

der" during hit orevious escaoe

THE TRAFFIC
PROBLEM

'One of the biggest problems in our city is parking
places for cars.
This really is no problem when there is an open lot
like the one the American Bazaar has at your disposal
beside the Cathedral Plaza.
We have just received Dacron suits with Wool Rayon
Dacron A cetate Silk and Saire with coconut fiber.
See our latest style Italasillas.
We take this occasion also to offer our new selection
or Arrow and Lyon of Troy dress shirts.
Give the final touch with Austrian and American
Wembley ties.

OKAIND KAPIDS, Mich. (UPI
Tf n(...: 1

... c.u wausucs are iaKen on
he relative hardness of a human
head to an automobile windshield
he Grand R

truth to the report of Mrs. Rajk's sion will be prepared to prove the

execution. wiuusmeia is weaker
. j t- i i .Li rri .,

a report irom oeigraue tasi nigm me city approved paymeit

Claimed at least iour ana pernaps una.y oi to Kobert O Neil

3iA uiuie icaucia ui mc iiuiiaiiau v uiouu ivapjus. U INCH S Car
revolt have been executed. The re- windshield was brnKen when Al

port said Mrs. Rajk, widow of the lice Lt. Edward Lapp hurlcl his

Titoite loreign minister Lasz o '"smsucK at a fleeing susnee'

Kajk who was executed in -'une i. it caromed off the sub

was among them.

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"LIMON" July 28
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comionaDiy today after givin

nrm Monday to auintuDiels

Jhree of the quints were born
dead and the other two died mo moments
ments moments afjer birth. Attending doc
tors said the babies were born
two months prematurely.

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FAGE FOUR

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AH INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, JULY 11, Ull

Social and Oth

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Lead SOCIAL Sotillo
SSSS RUTH LOUSE STILZ BECOMES THE BRIDE
foF LT. JAMES G. MACOUBRAY, III, IN KENTUCKY
I Miss Ruth Louise Stilz. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
W. Stilz of Louisville, Kentucky, became the bride of Lt.
'-James G. Macoubray, III, USAF, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Macoubray, Jr., of Rodman, Canal one, on June 30 h in the
Market Street Methodist Church at Louisville, Kentucky.
The bride, who was given in marriage by her brother.
Mr John G. Stilz, was attended by Miss Marilyn McDonald
Of Logan, W. Va maid of honor, and Miss Marilyn .tmly or
Sewickley, Pa., bridesmaid. Mr. David Stewart McLean of
Providence, R. I., acted as best man and Messrs. n?us Mac Mac-Kechnie
Kechnie Mac-Kechnie Ross of Boston, Mass., and Delias Harold Harder of
Columbus, Ohio, were ushers.
A garden reception was held at the. home of the brides
parents. ,.
The young couple will live at Great Falls, Montana, after
September 1st.

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"If you like chicken, you'll love

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134,

P.
anama
Farewell Dinner Honors
Rev. Fr. Konen, CM.
On Thursday evening the parish
ioners of St. Mary's Mission Bal Balboa
boa Balboa gathered at the Tivoh Guest
House to pay tribute to their oe
loved Dastor. Rev. Joseph F.
Konen, CM. departing superior of
the Mission. Father Konen, who
has served as superior ji the Vin Vin-cential
cential Vin-cential Fathers in the Canai Zo
and the Republic of Panama since
1952, departs soon for New xork
where he will be associated with
St. John's University.
Among the honored guests who
ed to bid Father Konen goodbye
were the Most Rev. Becxmann,
C-M. Archbishop of Panama, and
the Most Rev. Dr. Luis Punzolo,
Apostolic Nuncio to the Republic
of Panama.
An enjoyable program, with Mr.
John Ridge as Mastcr-of-G'eremon-ies,
was presented following din dinner.
ner. dinner. Musical selections included
III. Tl l i I II...
my rtosary sung uy aii. iukijj-
uerite hcnommer; Londonderry
Air", harmonica solo by Mr Ran Ran-dj
dj Ran-dj Colclasure; and "Unchained
Melody," sung by Mr. Norton
Stepehnson. Mr. Charles Garcia
paid tribute to Father Konn on
behalf of the parishioners and
Rev. Michael J. Wye. C. M. spoke!
the words of faewweil. Tokens of!
appreciation were presented by
Mrs. Mary Joyce and Mr. Charles
Williams. General Chariman for
the evening was Capt. William
Dolan.
As an expression of gratitude
for his work in the Republic of
Panama, the Vasco Nunez de Bal
boa decoration was presented to
rather Konen at a recent recep reception
tion reception held in his nonor. Father was
also honored by HL Holiness with
the Papal Decoration Pro Papa
et Pro Eccelisa.
Ambassador and Mrs. Vasse
To Celebrate Bastille Day
The French Ambassador to Pa Panama
nama Panama and Mrs. Lionel Vasse have
issued invitations for the Bastille
Day reception to be held Monday,
July 14 from 11:30 a.m. to 11:00
! p.m. at the Union Club.
Ambassador and Mrs. Majoli
Entertain at Dinner
The Ambassador of Italy to Pa Panama
nama Panama Mario Majoli entertained at
I a dinner last evening. The party,
'which was held at the Embassy re
sidence was in honor of the Min Minister
ister Minister of Foreign Relations and
I Mrs. Miguel Moreno, Jr.
Entertain for Col. and Mr. Arn Arnold.
old. Arnold. Dr. and Mrs. James G. Town Town-send
send Town-send entertained at dinner last
evening at their El Cangrejo re residence
sidence residence for Colonel Hugh M. Arn Arnold,
old, Arnold, Lieutenant Governor of the
Canal Zone, and Mrs. Arnold, who
are leaving the Isthmus this week.
i CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE)
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. Dorothy Kilgallen

BY DOROTHY KILGALLEN
Dorothy Kilgallen is. en va
cation. Her guest columnist to today
day today is one of Broadway's fa favorites
vorites favorites dancer comedienne Ca Carol
rol Carol Heney.)
CAROL HANBY WRITES
Look-alikes and sound alike.?
in .lie theater are not unusual,
and if you think they're confus
ing to the public 1 can tell you,
ueuig misiaxen lor someone eise
time after time can drive a pr-
lormer Dats.
On one of the first television
variety shows I ever did the mas master
ter master of ceremonies made a mis mistake
take mistake and called me Carol Chau Chau-ey.
ey. Chau-ey. (Even TV announcers get
confused!)' Ever since then, all
over the country, people have
been asking me if I am Carol
Chaney and telling me how much
they liked me in "Gentlemen Pre Prefer
fer Prefer Blondes," which starred Carol
Charming but not me.
Last year my husband, Larry
Blyden, did a "Playhouse JO"
with Carol Channing and told
her about the confusion.
"Thank heaven I'm not the on only
ly only one!" said Carol. "People are
always coming up for my auto autograph,
graph, autograph, calling me Miss Chaney,
and telling me how they loved
me in 'The Pajama Game.
Carol has a wonderful idea for
the two of us to go on the Ed
Sullivan show, do a number to together
gether together and straighten everything
ou.. I'm more than ready.
Every time Shirley MacLaine
does the Dinah Shore show, I get
stopped on the street all day,
"How did you get back from Cal California
ifornia California so fast?" people ask me.
Not long ago I was stopped o
a character who said. "3av.
didn't I read that you were mak making
ing making a pic.ure? What are you do doing
ing doing in New York?" I said, "1
live here." "Aren't you Gweii
Verdon" he asked. I said I
wasn't. 'Then who are you?" he
asked. "I'm not sure," I replieo,
and wandered aimlessly down ihe
street.
Larry hat a similar probln,
and it leaves him flbbergatted,
too. Just tho other day a middle
aged man and his wife, out of
towners, stopped him in front
of Sardl's and the woman ask asked
ed asked him if he was Harold Lloyd.
"Not by 30 years, madam," ha
replied, 'but thanks for the tal talent."
ent." talent." While Larry was working in
'Kiss Them for Me" the compa company
ny company spent a week in San Francis Francisco
co Francisco shooting the lobby of the Fair
mont Hoiel.
One day he wag standing nesids
Cary Grant when a guest of tho
hotel came up and asked him
Larr-if he was Cary Grant.
"No," said Larry.
"But you're wearing makeup,"
the lady said:
'Yes, ma'am," Larry agreed.
"Well, if you're not Cary Grant
then where is he" she demand demanded.
ed. demanded. "I don't know," Larry answer answered,
ed, answered, "but he isn't here right now."

The Voice
of

Broadway

;ffp
v
And aha went away.
Of course we're aot the only
onces to whom lt happens. Oiie
day in Beverly Hills a woman ac
proached Donald O'Connor and
said. 'Mister Kaye, could I have
your autograph?"
He laid, "Sore," and signed
the book "Danny Kaye."
Playwright Eddie Chodorov lovei
to recall the "story about the fa famous
mous famous Yiddish Theater actor, To
mashevsky, who fcould never re
member his lines because he got
so involved in the play.
Paul Muni's big break came in

a proletarian play in which hajwith the king and returned hla

played the defense counsel for a
worker -accused of a crime is
connection with a strike; Toma
chevsky portrayed the judge.
Muni had a 20-minu.e plea to
the judge, in which he was to
state the, worker's case and end
with the line, 'Are you going to
condemn the dignity of man?
Can this court be guilty of such
a travesty on justice? Can you
deny the worker his place in the
Sun"
Temashevsky was supposed to
say "YESI" And that was mo
end of the act and the great
conflict was then continued t
the next part of the play. Bur
Muni's acting was so impassion impassioned
ed impassioned and moving that fomash'v fomash'v-sky
sky fomash'v-sky was In rears, and when he
was asked the question, "Can
you deny the worker his place
in the sun?" he sobbed "Net"
and ruined the last act.
Talking about names, Red Cul
lers, a famous Hroaaway cnarac cnarac-ter,
ter, cnarac-ter, was doing a email walk on
part in "Mr. Roberts" when he
got into a card game backstage.
Red was known as a nickname-
dropper one of those people who
are so close to the eelebriues
they just refer to them as Hank.
Cadge, Clark, Viv, elcetera and
right in the middle of a big pok poker
er poker hand he decided to leave,
"What's the hurry?" Larry ask asked.
ed. asked. "It's very important," Red said,
'I have to see Josh about build building
ing building up my part."
Larrv iuat looked up it h i m-
'What's he going to do," he ask asked,
ed, asked, "give you one more step?"
No Good Varmints
Victimize Hoppy
PARIS (UPI) Bad men en en-tered
tered en-tered the luxury hotel Suite of
horse opera star William (Hop.
along Cassidy) Boyd and st
$12,000 in jewels, the actor dis disclosed
closed disclosed today.
He said the varmints must have
entered the suite at the Hote
Plaza Athenne early yesterday
evening when he and Mrs. Boyd
were out for dinner.

Boyd said that being robbed ink No matter what your position is
one of Paris' swankiest hotels U ln n organization, try -to get along

"like being r o b b e d in a cathe-
(jrj
soup!"

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written rer NBA Service
NOBTH (D) M
VK52
A 104
AJ98
EAST
K4 4
V 10 VAJ743
8 7 5 2 KJe
7 5 3 AKQ62
SOUTH
A 1091 7 52
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Q3
4104
Both vulnerable
North East Sooth West
1 IV 1 Pass
1N.T. Pass 2 Pass
3 Pats 4 Pas
Pass Pass
Opening lead 10
West opened the ten of hearts
and after dummy played low East
played the seven snot and Pes
simistic Pete won with hit queen.
"i guess everything will be
wrong as usual", he mumbled and
proceeded to lead the ten or clubs
and let it ride. East false-carded
singleton trumn. Pete aimnlv dis
carded his losing heart. This held
Pete's losses to one trump, one
diamond and one club and he
made his contract.
Pete wasn't playing with mir
rors. He had simply executed i
nice safety play. Suppose West
had held the queen of clubs. Ha
would have taken a trick with it
but now dummy's nine of clubs
would be high and would furnish
a parking place for Pete's losing
diamond.
Of course Pete could have tak taken
en taken and lost the trump finesse and
still made his contract by guess
ing the location of the club queen
but Pete does not like to guess
when he doesn t have to.
As Pete says, "Everything is
bad everywhere."
4t
Q The bidding has been: i
SonMi West North East
! i Double Pass
You, South, hold:
2 VAQ KQ 7 5 4 eA 10044
What do you do?
A-M hro rinbs. Ye are
arte taani bat eWt wnt i e e-fead
fead e-fead aaatast one saaae sat aren't
atrensr enough to jump.
TOOAT'S QUESTION f
Your partner raises you to
three clubs. What do you do
nvwi
Answer Monday
J MAK FRIENDS
amiamy wun me omer ameers.
ho organization can accomplish
mucn u mere is criticism ana
backbiting among those who
are supposed to be its leaders.
Bastille Day Will
Be Celebrated Day
Before at USO-JWB
A day of freedom and liberty
is always a cause for. celebration
and festivity.
Bastille day is such an occa occasion,
sion, occasion, and as a tribute to the mil millions
lions millions of French people who will
be celebrating July 14, the USO USO-JWB
JWB USO-JWB Armed Forces Service Cen Center
ter Center offers; on its part, the French
Bastille Day Celebration Dance
which wUl take place the night
before Sunday, July 13, begin begin-niriR
niriR begin-niriR at. $. p.m.
FrenQl) music only will be
played, through the night, and
appropriate decoration will a a-dorn
dorn a-dorn the dance floor. Amateur
Apache dancers will be welcomed
and their artistic capers warmly
applauded.
All friends of France are cor cordially
dially cordially Invited to Join ln the cel celebration
ebration celebration at the USO JWB on
Sunday. Julp 13.
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Boating Appetites Demand

Hearty Waterside Fare

WTGATnOR MADDOX, NEA Food and Markets Editor

The water's fine, boating's great
and appetites are soaring. So Jet's
beach our outboard motor boat
at a lovely waterside spot and
unpack the lunch basket. Our me
nu will be hearty enough to satis-
fy the boating family's sharpened;
appeuie.
Boating Menu: Grilled lobster
tail, boater's barbecue sauce,
French fries, relishes, French
bread with paprika butter, fresh
fruit, coffee, tea, milk.
Lobster tails are packed frozen
in the picnic hamper, thawing en
route. Cut the under shell of
lobster before leaving home so
they will be ready for grilling.
daub liberally with a well tans-
ed' barbecue satice made with a-
pricot nectar. If-OTmpletely thaw-
eo, the lobster tall will require
about 8 minutes on each side 0-
ver very hot coals. French fries
are packed frozen also fcr heat
ing over the coals in a wire pop-
corn popper. Sprinkle with onion
salt if desired before heating.
French bread is prebuttered with
a paprika butter and wrapped in1
foil for heating on the grill.
Relishes should be ample and
varied to serve as both a salad!
and vegetable for this boating
feast. To keep crispt and cold,

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another plastic bag containing
ice cubes,
Boater's Barbecue Sauce
j One-quarter cup salad oil, 1 4
cup vinegar. Vi cun anrient np.
tar, M cup catsup, 2 tablespoons
Drown sugar, 2 tablespoons onion
juice of finely chopped onions,
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Fert Guliek Chapel
Guild Melds Meetine

The Fort Guliek Chapel

Miss Hesltr erreU

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Goulet returned

Anion alter a

the

Rtturns Tdv

Guild Miss Hester Garrett, director of

held their reaular monthly meet- a r0K activities ai vurg
ing today in th FortGuJick Prot-I Hospital, la returning May from

o ned the wlVTlSS jg .fSin.ter a?S
bers. The principal gueat apeak-'
er, Reverend Reginald WhMUey, ; Mrt Goulet Rttumi

was introduced by mis. im;rara. From states Vacatten

His topic was "Methodist Mission Missionary
ary Missionary Wnrk in some Darts of Latin

America ". He uiustraiea ms vacation of two months 'n
speech by showing colored slide?) i g. tes Mri Goulet visited

that he and hit wite iook ounng
their missionary work in Bolivia
anrt Chile.

A farewell gift was presented MjMrg. tiallagner in

Mrs. Margarita isorinKie imm lih- inends m Florida.
Guild. Mrs- Sprinkle i leaving
soon with her husband, who has;
been transferred ti the U.S. Mrs Cristebal Knights of Columbus
Dorothy Poane read a farewell, trstell Officer r lM!
nrt" hv Mrs. Hesei Hartley. I m an Immessive ceremuny, the

The balance of the meetlnt was new otticers of the Cristou; Coun-
used in vnakinp Chfpel Aprons tu !, Mtii$tL ot uhumuUe turf
which v ill be sold in the near too year were installed litfi litfi-future.
future. litfi-future. Soecisl refreshment were jjay evening at the Council Chain!
srvei hv Mrs. Esther Keelean hers in Altiaarita by the OUtrict

and Mrs. Pat Warren. I Deputy E. Uieene and tne District

Warden M. Halley.

dangnter in Aalamagordo,
Mexico, her son in Chicago

brother-in-law and sister, ur.

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'DE8PKDIDA' FOR COLONEL GINE8 The Colombian officers assigned as guest instructors
to the United States Army Caribbean School recently gave a "despedlda" for Col. Glncs Pe Pe-ret,
ret, Pe-ret, commandant of the school, at the Washington Hotel in Colon. From left to right are:
Bain bridge Davis, United States Consul in Colon; Mrs. Peres; Col. Luis .. Leyva, senior Co Colombian
lombian Colombian guest Instructor at the school; Col. Perez and Mrs. Davis. The Colombian otticers
met Col. Perez during the Korean Conflict when he was commander of the 31st Infantry Re Regiment,
giment, Regiment, 24th Infantry Division to which the Colombian Battalion was attached. At that time,
Col. Leyva was S-3 of the Colombian Battalion. Colonel Perez holds the Colombian Military
Order of Antonio Narino and the Order of Hoyaca, which is one of Colombia's highest de decorations.
corations. decorations. (U.S. Army Photo)

Members present were Mes-

dames Pst Vn.rrcn, Jackie Boni

fvt. Louise Fesoetb. Oorothv

Rfne, Lmn

Wilson. C

Williams, THse Frickson. Esther
Keelean. AHre Chsnhe. Lucy Go

mez, and Vivian Ralph.

j iu n.tu, int new oincers insiaiieci
.se Wenetb Dornthv K Levin
tufa M.?t. Ellen Jane Mdtta u. J(
B.- SSZ tuancetior r. Tr

Miss Jacqueline WiUon
Honored PUneh Party
Mrs. Richard King and Mrs.
Lest; Gross gave a nnnch party
for Miss Jacqueline Wilson at the

The new officers installed were

itiVeru,

aslirer

M. jaeiniski; i'lnaiitiai aecreia aecreia-ry,
ry, aecreia-ry, U. jtiarceau;, aetoiaing
ueatary, G. ataiilne.; Kvaruea 6.
WiUiaiuon; Guaru, J. tttaticnei tttaticnei-te
te tttaticnei-te aim u. Husted; AuvoCate, L.

V-eiucw, ieecturer, U. ueniera ani.

Trustee, a. Craig.

Upon assuming office, Grand

Three, Dead Two Missing

As Earthquake Hits Alaska

JUNEAU, Alaska (UP1) A
power ul earJi'iuake jolted Alask.i
loday and triggered tidal
waves that killed at east three
persons and almost obliterated an
island.
At least two other persons were
missing and feared dead.

The waves tossed tisning noats

home of Mrs. King this iriornine.j pMweflWKl 'to i-asi like corks and cracked off i huge
Miss Wilson will hecome the brie .. r t u uii. i. ,nn

iss Wilson will hecome the bri'le

nf 2nd Lt. Arthur Alace to
" nrrow at the Fort Clayton Chapel.

draiiu i.uigui naig u t-ass,

Granu Knignt pin ui recognitiuu
tor wont uurin ntk pas?
year's term of otfice. After tho
pitMeutauou, (he new Grand
Knignt uiscuaseu urietty the plans
anu programs for tne coming

. 0. M. Baron
rn te Curundu

' s. u. iu. oaron. oi turnnou ,n.wirfm.irt the kev chair

returned eir'v this weekiic. ..,.,, ii nil vct th rrla 1.

";"h!s,

'rom a three month "vacation in
t!m yttoc Ch irlQlloH rolat.iv in

aan flniomo, u.u.i, utlieral urogram cnairman,
d Bastrop, Texas. Her daughter; cu ActivlU-a

Mrs. Joan Lamkin left San Anto Antonio
nio Antonio shortly after her mothers vis visit
it visit to join her husband who is
stationed in Germany with the U.S.
Army. Mrs. Baron visited her son.
T5n"-ld. in DallM where h is ?
mechanic! ene".nner with Temco
A'rrr-ft Co: She also visited Mrs.
W. H. Crenshaw. former resiri
nt of Curundu, in Atlanta, Georg
ia.

wr Hear N
Yoh Bible Car

P'ns are nearlnir POm1''tIon
pv.vwfli Tftbota I'o.nd
"'0"fh Plb' emtio sponsored by
pit Psptlst Church of Bat-r-
Heights, lt was announced
''iHv. Resrlitrations are eomln
H for the two weeks of July 28
tb-oUo;h Au?. 9.
The r-amD will again be dlreot dlreot-prl
prl dlreot-prl v Pastor William H. Beeby.

p'sted by a staff of trainer) I Panama branch

wor':er. A reuisteref nurse will i Interamericana

H on dut.v dav and night. A cer certified
tified certified Red nros? Hfe-nuard will
he on dutp during swimming ac activities.
tivities. activities. Aes for the first week are 9
to n and for the second week,
13 und up. Additional informa information
tion information can be obtainen at the

church office, Balboa 1727.
Include in the activities will i MS" SiL
be mornins dins in the ocean I Club Te MM t 'enlfht
u. t u.i.-. n ,trf There will be a meeting of the

of the Bible, handwork, autter- Isthmian Sports. Car Club tonight

block of ice .rom a glacier and

tumbled it into Lituya Bay.
A tidal wave alert caused many
families to leave their homes in
beach areas of Hawaii 3.000 miles
away but they returned when
waves did not appear.
Bob Welsh of 'Belllngham,

men upon wuom will rest tne mi)- Wash., who was at Yakutat for

or success Ot tnt coming year s tne salmon season, teiepnoneu

Iiie cuairmen named were: i Bellingham to report tnai nis

w.; mother. Mrs. Joan welsh wanon,

Ureii: Council Activities chair

man, V. nouges; U'raternal Acti Activities
vities Activities chairman, K. stones; kelig kelig-ious
ious kelig-ious Activities tonimme cnair cnairman,
man, cnairman, J. Jjlancheue; iviembersuip
chanman, J. ianaiavicn, and Pu Public
blic Public Helation. M. Levin.

A special meeting tor tne neaas.
Cf Lj..i.iiKLeos is planned tor lues-
i,av eemna. July 15tn. The next!

i'o.mar meeting Ot tne council
,.u uk hew on Tuesday, July nn
vuicii it planned as a Clergy
ivignt to nonor Jaiher Murp,iy
anu r'atner Koslowski upon their
nansier to the achic sid.

Find Panama EnjeyabU
And Interesting
Ur. Anhur o. Weitzel, director
of photography of the Firestone
'ur- aiiu ttuuber Company Of Akr Akron,
on, Akron, Ohio, together with his wife,
Iris I. and Mr. Gervase J. Sem Sem-onin,
onin, Sem-onin, of Semonin Industries, Akr Akron,
on, Akron, and his wife Ann M. are cur currently
rently currently visiting Panama in con conjunction
junction conjunction with their Caribbean vaca
tion cruise.' While in Panama,
their host has been Mr. John P.

Sweeney, general manager of the

ot the r iresione
Company. Mr.

Vitzel and his party are enthus enthusiastic
iastic enthusiastic about their first visit in this
area and have found Panama
"most enjoyable and interesting".

and two government employes at
Yakutat identified as Mr. and
Mrs. Robert W. Tibbies ere

swa lowed up with part of Khan.,

taak Island.
Charles Planck, director of pub.
lie information for the Civil Aero.

nautics Administration at Ancor.
age, said Tibbies was a CAA me mechanic
chanic mechanic at Yakutat. Khantaak Is.
lands is from two to three miles
from Yakutat in Yakutat Bay.
' A churk on the island about five
miles long crumpled into Yakutat
Bay as waves swept over it.
Two Coast Guard vessels and
an amphibious p ane were search searching
ing searching Lituya Bay, about 150 miles
west of Juneau, for the fishing
vessel Sunmore.
The Sunmore, with two persons
aboard, last was seen "going over

Official of Johnson & Johnson
International Retires

jMlV 'toII BiLBBB

. i r. ,,i ,j..

a 40.foot lanH spit" in the grip
of huge waves.
Frank it....inn, veteran Uni University
versity University o." Washington seismolo
gist, said it was a "terrible earth.

quaKe. it nad a Kicnter magni.
tude of 8. The strongest ever re.
corded was 8.6.
"It lasted for five hours," Neu Neumann
mann Neumann said, "and was so stron"
that it knocked out some of our
equipment."
The quake started at 10:10:14
p.m.. Juneau time last night. It
centered in the Yakitat area about
300 mi'es northwest of Juneau.

One Coast Guard vessel found
a swamped cabin cruiser in the
Yakutat Bay area and Coa
Guard headquarters at Juneau received-
an unconfirmed report
that four persons were aboard
when the quake struck.
William Swanson and his wife,
Vivian, apparently wei 1 ;iic ast
to see the missing vessel Sun.
more.
The Swanson 'rawler. the Badt;.
er, was sunk by a huge w
They were rested by another
fishing vessel, the Luiivm
flown to a hospital here by bush
pilot Dean Goodwin.
Swanson told o"his rescue from
a hospital bed an'd describe I ho.
he saw the Summore being car carried
ried carried over a land spit by wives.
He said he wssn'l sMre wh was
aboard but the last he kne.v
boat belonged to Orville and
Mickey Wanger of Juneau.

ANTONIO E. REBOLLO

Meeting

vised recreation includine arch

ery, swimming, basketball, vol volleyball,
leyball, volleyball, baseball and fishing. A
campfire program in the evening
will end each day.

at 7:30 in the Fort Amador Com Committee
mittee Committee House. If ut.certain where

it is, ask the guard at the gate.
For information call Bud Weisha Weisha-ar,
ar, Weisha-ar, Navy 2285.

PURER
FINER

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After twenty-seven years of
association with the overseas

p f irs of Johnson & Johnson,
I Art,. Anlnn la V Pikhnlln enters

1VA1 iwnwmw J
retirement on June 30th.
Mr. Rebollo joined Johnson &
Johnson International in 1931
as manager of the Cuban
branch. In 1944 he was elected
Vioe President and General
Manager of the company and
two years later appointed to
Its Board ot Directors. In 1955,
he was elected President With
tne establishment of the new
International company in 1956,
Mr Rebollo. became President of
the Pan American Division, and

RAYMOND J. SADLIER

the same year was elected Pres President
ident President and Chairman of the
Board of Johnson & Johnson
Inter-America C. A. and John Johnson
son Johnson & Johnson (Philippines'
Inc. The creation of these new
companies was made necessary
by the extensive development of
these markets under his direc direction.
tion. direction. Mr. Rebollo will be succeeded
by Raymond J. Sadlier who
takes over the office of Vice
President and General Man Manager
ager Manager of Johnson & Johnson In International,
ternational, International, Pan American DDI DDI-vlsinn
vlsinn DDI-vlsinn as well as the Presidency
of Johnson & Johnson Inter Inter-America
America Inter-America C. A.

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PLAYS IN CHESS TOURNEY
BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (UPP

Young American chess wizard
Bobby Fisher, 15, arrived here
from Moscow last night fol.
lowing a visit of several weeks
in the Soviet Union. Fisher,, whose
home is in New York City, i
scheduled to pariiciDate in an in international
ternational international chess tournament
Pbrtorozo from Aug. 4 to Sept. 14.

New Officers
Of Alfamira Club
Are Installed

Club Altamlra hold its instal installation
lation installation of officers for the July July-December
December July-December term last Sunday at
the French Society Hall.
The brief induction ceremony
was performed by Edmund Jo Joseph,
seph, Joseph, who admonished the new
officers to continue to keep the
"pace set by their predecessors
in the interest of the group and
the community. The installing
master also noted that it was
the "first time In the club's six six-year
year six-year history that a female head header
er header the organization."
The new board is comprised of
Mrs. Una Genore, president;
Clement Jones, vice president president-businless
businless president-businless manager; Victor Ca Ca-rew.
rew. Ca-rew. secretary; Hector Parch Parchment,
ment, Parchment, treasurer; Edmund Joseph,
assistant secretary and Kenneth
Henry, assist, business manager.
Several committees were ap appointed
pointed appointed and immediately began
working on their assignments in including
cluding including plans for an anniversary
dance, which this year will be
heV at the Strangers Club in
Colon. SerJt. 20.

I
This observance is one of the!
most important on the Altami Altami-ra's
ra's Altami-ra's calendar of planned activi activities
ties activities designed to raise funds in

order to effectively maintain Its
scholarship fund among other
charitable commitments.
Shortly before the meeting was
adiourned. outgoing president
Rolando carter, in retrospect ob served
that the "support of the
Isthmian populace paved the
way not only for the club's sue -cesses
but, moreover, guaranteed
scholarships for many deserving
students, who are doubtless
grateful."

jModome Chianq
Visits Oennauit
In New Orleans
NEW ORLEANS (UP11 Ma.
riame Chiang Kai Shek, wartime
and peacetime friend of Maj. Ge-i
: Claire L. Chennault. plans to fly
here today to visit the ailing for.
! mer leader of the Flying Tigers.
The most famous Tiger of them
all Chennault is in Oschner Foun.
elation Hospital in New Or"" Or""-lundergoig
lundergoig Or""-lundergoig treatment for lung
cancer. The 68.year.old retirH
I gan'eral has been making periodic
visits to (he clinic since he r.
I turne'ri to the United States from

Formosa in January.
Madame Chiang, wi'e of Chi.
nese Nationalist leader Gener?!''.,

Isimo Chiang Kai-Shek, will visit

with the leader of the groun of
pilots that s'most sinale handedly
saved the China mainland frnm
complete domination by the Japa Japa-"ese
"ese Japa-"ese in the early days of World
War II. '
When the United States enlere-'
the war Ch""-nlt look his famed
wiving Tigers into the Army Air
Force.

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iBurdette's 2 Homers Pace Braves To Victory
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FRIDAY, JULY 11, ISM

Only N.L. Hurler With

Grand-Slam
By FRED

NEW YORK, July 11 (UPI) Lew Burdette,
who took matters into his own hands for the Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee Braves in the 1957 World Series may be
about to do the same for them in the currently snarl-ed-up
National League pennant race.
1 The World Series hero, an in-! A crowd of 40,508 at Los An-
and-outer the first half of this Reles booed Burdette, who got
season staged a one-man show into frequent disputes wrtn
,at Los' Angeles last night when umpire Shag Crawford over
he hit two homers, Including a ball-and-strike calls but went
grand slammer, to lead the the distance with an 11-hitter.
'Braves to an 8-4 victory over thej The win squared his record at
Dodgers Burdette's first homer, 7-7 while the loss was Johnny
Off Johnny Podres in the fourth Podres' eighth in 16 decisions.

inning, made him the oniy acuve
NL Pitcher with a grand slam,
Meoi-ortit
The victory enabled the Braves
to go IV2 games aneaa 01 me
second-place San Francisco G;-
ni whn wpre beaten. '4-0. by
Bob Purkev and the Cincinnati
Redlegs. The Philadelphia Phil Phillies
lies Phillies moved into third place with
a 13-3 rout of the St. Louis Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals and the Chicago Cubs
beat the Pittsburgh Pirates, 8 7,
In other N.L. games.
In the American League, the
New-York Yankees opened up an
ll-game margin by sweeping
a day-nighter from the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians, 7-4. and 4-3. The
Boston Red Sox crushed the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago White Sox, 11-2, and took
over second place when the Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore Orioles swept the Kansas
City Athletics, 6 -3 and 3-2. while
the Washington Senators down downed
ed downed the Detroit Tigers, 5-3.
Outstanding Sports
Fishermen Of 1957
On CFN-TV Tonight
The outstanding fishermen of
the 1957 international Marlin
and Sailfish Tournament will
appear on CFN-TV tonight at
6:30 o'clock.
Sp-3 Joe Daley. CFN's program
director, will interview Lt. Col.
M. F Moucha, commanding of officer
ficer officer of the 764th AAA Battalion,
Fort Clayton, who caught the
largest marlin in the men's divi
sion; Sp-3 Jack Hawkinson, CFN
sports director, who took honors
for largest sailfish in the men's
class; Mrs. Virginia Spencer of
Balboa, who caught the largest
marlin in the women's division;
Miss Martha Halphen of Pana
lgia, who had the tourney's "most
outstanding: catch," and Eugene
C. McGrath, manager of the
Panama Insurance Company
which made the awards.
Sam Moody of the U.S. Army
Caribbean Comptroller's Office,
will then discuss the forthcom
ing tourney with Specialist Da
ley. "N
GUN CLUB
NOTES
PEDRO MIGUEL
4 Our regular bimonthly trap
ahoot will be held next Sunday,
: July 13. Shooting to begin at 10
l a.m. The 50 target non-register
m& Program will be arranged
' after the shooters are assembled.
: The usual optionals and cold
' drinks self service.

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DOWN
Burdette hit his grand slam in
the fourth inning after thei
Braves filled the bases on a sin-
gle by Del Crandall, Johnny Lo Logan's
gan's Logan's double and an intentionsl
walk to Andy Pafko. The blow
went over the Coliseum's short
left field screen and Felix Man Mantilla
tilla Mantilla followed with another in
the same spot to put the Braves
ahead, 5-0.
Purkey shut out the Giants for
the second time this year and
won his 10th game for the Red
legs with a neat seven hitter.
Frank Robinson homered and
also singled in a run for the
Redlegs while Johnny Temole
and Don Hoak each had two hits.
Al Worthington suffered his
fourth loss.
Harry Anderson and Richie
Ashburn collected a total of
seven hits and drove In eight
runs as the Phillies scored their
eighth win in nine games. An Anderson
derson Anderson had a homer and two
singles to knock in five runs ana
Ashburn a double and three sin singles
gles singles to drive in three. Robin
Roberts pitched a nine hitter
behind a 13-hit attacK ior n;s
seventh win.
The Cubs survived a five-run
Pittsburgh rally in the ninth as
Taylor Phillips won his sixtn
game and Vern Law lost nis sev-
Vinmprs nnri Dick Stuart one for
the Pirates wnuc e wno j
ered for the Cubs.
Elston Howard knor.Kea in
three runs with a fourth-inning
triple and an eightn-mnmi sin single
gle single as the Yankees rallied to win
their dav game. Relief pitchers
inhnnv Kucks and Ryne Duren
held the Indians to one hit over
the last 5 23 innlnes. in me
night game. Jerrv Lumoe's two two-run
run two-run double was the big blow of a
four-run eiehth inning New York
rally and Duren again came to
the rescue with his flame-thrower
in the ninth.
Jackie Jensen pared a 13-hit
Red Sox attack with a grand
slam homer and two other hits
to make it easv for Frank Sul Sullivan
livan Sullivan to win his seventh game.
Jensen now leads the maiors
with 25 homers and 72 runs
batted in Earlv Wvnn suffer suffered
ed suffered the loss for the White Sox.
Billy O'Dell, AL. All-Star he hero,
ro, hero, snuffed out a ninth-inning
threat in the first game for the
Orioles and Arnold Portocarrero
pitched a five-hitter in the
nightcap. Al Pilarcik knocked in
three runs in the first game and
Billy Gardner singled home the
winning run in the second.
Roy Sievers. Clint Courtney
and Jim Lemon homered for the
Senators, Pedro Ramos winning
his seventh game with ninth-in-
ning relief help from Dick'Hyde
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LEADING
HITTERS
(Based on 17S official at bits)
National Loagut G AB R H Pet.
Musial, St. L 70 252 37 91 .361

Mays, S. F.
77 309 62 109 .353
62 254 30 84 .331
Dark, Chicago
Skinner, Pitt.
Green, St. L.
Ashburn, Phila.
73 273 48 87 .319
67 215 30 68 .316
74 296 44 93 .314
Temple, Cincin.
75 293 41 91 .311
Flood, St. Louis 57 183 24 57 .311
Anderson, Phila. 70 265 38 82 .310
Walls, Chicago 79 314 56 97 309
American League
Power, Cleve. 72 288 51 94 .326
Cerv, K. C.
Fox, Chicago
Kuenn. Detroit
Jensen, Boston
72 268 55 87 .325
77 301 39 97 .322
65 252 33 81 .321
76 272 49 86 .316
71 273 43 86 .315
Runnels, Boston
T. Williams, Bos. 71 230 47 72 .313
Ward, K. C. 69 230 31 72 .313
Vernon, Cleve. 66 199 28 62 .312
D. Williams, Bal. 58 185 15 57 .308
HOME RUNS
NATIONALL EAGUE
Thomas, Pirates
Banks, Chicago
Walls, Cubs
Cepeda, Giants
Mathews, Braves
Boyer, Cards
24
21
18
16
16
16
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox
Cerv, Athletics
Mantle, Yanks
Sievers, Senators
Triandos, Orioles
Lemon, Senators
25
23
21
20
16
16
RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Thomas, Pirates
Banks, Cubs
Anderson, Phillies
Spencer, Giants
Cepeda, Giants
60
52
51
50
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox
Cerv, Athletics
Lemon, Senators
Sievers, Senators
Gernert, Red Sox
Williams, Red Sox
72
63
51
51
46
46
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based en 7 decisions)
National League
McMahon, Braves
W L Pet,
6
6
6
7
10
10
10
.857
.750
Farrell, Phillies
Phillips, Cubs
.750
.700
.667
.667
.667
.667
Koufax, Dodgers
Purkey, Redlegs
Spahn, Braves
Semproch, Phillies
Worthington, Giants
American League
Delock, Red Sox
Turley, Yankees
Larsen, Yankees
Sullivan, Red Sox
Pappas, Orioles
7
12
7
7
6
.000
.800
.778
.778
.750;
Gallant Man Tops
Small Hollywood
Gold Cup Field
JNGLEWOOD, Calif. (UPI) -Gallant
Man, one of America's
"big Tnree'' handicap norses,
today headed a lield of tiv,
entered in tomorrow's 62,100 Hoi.
iywood Gold Cup.
it was the smallest field in the
history Oi the mile and a quarter
classic that higniights the Holly,
wood Park summer meeting, 'int
smallest previous field was in the
1955 running of the rich race
when Rejected was the winner and
six started.
The size of the field in tomor
row's 19th running ot the Gold Cup
was due more to the lack ot u,
handicap horses rather than the
presence of Gallant Man.
The English. bred colt was as.
signed 130 pounds for the Goi.
Cup and will be spotting his four
rivals from 12 to 22 pounds. Next
on the list to Gallant Man in
weights was Irish-bred Seaneen
who carries 118 pounds. Thei
comes Eddie Schmidt with 110 and
the longshoU, Swirling Abgey and
Mystic Eye, are weighted at 10.
pounds.
Gallant Man was flown here
last Sunday for the Gold Cup and
will have to overcome the jix thai
has faced horses flying across the
country for major Western stakes.
In the past such outstanding thor thoroughbreds
oughbreds thoroughbreds as Armed, Social Out Outcast,
cast, Outcast, Historian and Sailor have
failed to win at first asking after
being flown across the country for
big races.
The only true distance horse in
the race aside from Gallant Man
who runs better the longer the
race was Eddie Schmidt and with
a 20 pound pull in weights he was
expected to be well backed a.
gainst the English-bred colt.
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Cristobal

In Atlantic Junior Cage Loop

oi HP iSl EaajBMH KB

YES, YOU'RE OUT ... OF THE GAME N Jocko Conlon
presents a pained expression at Crosley Field in Cincinnati as
he shouts to Willard Schmidt that the decision is final.
Rhubarb popped up when the umpire ruled that ball hit
back to the mound by Ted Kazanski of Philadelphia at shoe shoe-string
string shoe-string height was not a fly ball and the runner was safe.

NY Athletic Commission
Retires Tommy Jackson

By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK (UPI ) There will
be no more stormy nights is the
ring lor Tommy (Hurricane)
Jackson.
The New York State Atlehtic
Commission saw to that when it
retired the 26-year.old former
heavyweight contender yesterday
for his own good.
The commission, which took the
action upon advice of its medici
advisory board, thus ruled that
the unpredictable, oft.eccentric
Jackson no longer can fight any.
where in New York State and it
is unlikely he will get bouts any
place else, either.
Jackson's retirement was rec.
ommended by Dr. Mai Stevens,
chairman of the Medical Advisory
Board.
"The passing of a routine physi physical
cal physical examination per se does not
necessarily mean a boxer is fit
fight," Dr. Stevens said. "Other
factors must be evaluated. Th s
boxer is deteriorating as evi.
denced by. his poor reaction ti
and inability to de'end himself."
Boiled down to everyday
guage, the board meant that Jack Jackson
son Jackson would run the risk of possih
permanent injury if he ever put
on the gloves again.
There was a general clamor
that Jackson be retired last i
13 after he was knocked out by
Eddie Machen in 10 rounds
San Francisco.
That was the Hurricane's last
fight and in it he looked even
more pitiful than he did in
previous bout when he suffered
10 round knockout at the hands
world champion Floyd Patterson
in a title bout held at the Poit
Grounds, July 29, 1957.
Jackson, who came unheralded
out of Far Rockaway, N.Y., and
vaulted to the third spot among
the world's heavyweights, will be
missed for his unorthodox ri
style and zany antics if for noth.
ing else.
He blamed one defeat on his
mother, for example.
"She beat me," he said, after
dropping a 10-round decision to
Jimmy Slade of New York on
April 26, 1954. "I told her I was
going to lose and I'm glad I did.
She's always nagging me. She
kept telling me when to go 1o
bed and she won't let me have a
girl friend."
Jackson can hardly read or
write and his friends call him
"the animal."
He was straightforward, though,
and likable, although he came up
with problems that no other fight,
er did.
He ran away from his training
camp once because "they won't
let me go horseback riding, and
on another occasion during his
training for a fight he threaleneri
not to go through with it unless
his handlers would feed h i m
"hamburger" instead of "chopped
meat." He insisted there was a
big difference and could taste it,
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Jackson first came to public rL
tention when he knocked out Dan
Bucceroni of Phi adelphia in six
rounds on March 29, 1954.
He began his professional ca
reer in 1952 and had only 37 lights
all told. He won 29 o." those bonis
13 by knockouts. In addition to
i his knockouts by Patterson and
Machen, he also was flattened
j by Nino Valdes of Cuba in two
rounds.
Glenn Cox Clouts
Two Homers To Pace
Buffalo To 7-1 Win
NEW YORK, July 1L(UP) 1L(UP)-Glenn
Glenn 1L(UP)-Glenn Cox, one of the Interna International
tional International League's best h i 1 1 in?
pitchers, clouted a pair of home
runs last nieht to Dace the Rnf
falo Bisons to a 7-1 victory over
the Toronto Maple Leafs'.
Cox, who hit seven home runs
last year, whacked his third and
fourth of the season to he!u
break a four -game losing skein
for the last place Bisons. Milt
Graff chipped in with his fourth
to assist Cox to his seventh win
in 13 decisions.
Rochester prevented Montreal
from increasing its 5'2 game
lead by defeating the Royals 5 5-2.
2. 5-2. Dick Ricketts picked up 'his
ninth win against eight setbacks.
Ed Stevens hif his 11th homer
with a man on in the ninth for
Rochester.
Southpaw Joe Gibbon also, got
into the homer act as he won
his own game with his first of
the season in the seventh to give
Columbus a 4-3 verdict over
Richmond It was Gibbon's
fourth win. He has dropped six.
In the only other game played,
Dick, Bunker and Satchel Pa!
combined in pitching a five-hi
ter as Miami downed Havana. 5
2. Bunker picked up the win, his
seventh. He has lost three.
Toronto 000 000 0011 6 3
Buffalo 312 001 00X 7 10 0
Crimian, Pearce 2i and
Thompson; Cox and Noble. LP
Crimian. HRS. Graff, Cox 2.
Rochester 020 100 0025 8 0
Montreal 000 000 0022 12 0
Ricketts, Wright (91 and Katt
Harris, .lancse (8) and Friol,
Teed (7). WP Ricketts. LP LP-Harris.
Harris. LP-Harris. HR Stevens.
Columbus 200 001 1004 10 0
Richmond 003 000 0003 9 1
Gibbon, Arroyo (8) and Onus Onus-ka;
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Miami Ol0 200 2Ox 5 9 2
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Coker. WP Bunker. LP Pena"i
HRS. Herrera. Smith.
FLYING START
NEW YORK (NEA) Jockey
Pete Anderson was 11 years old
when he frrst applied at Belmont
Park for a job in racing.
Today Encanto 23
At 9:00 pan
'Los Monarcas Del Aire"
On the SOreeh:
"EIGHT IRON MEN"
"SLAVES OF BABY LONE"

First Half

STANDINGS
Atlantic Junior Basketball
League
(Final First Half)
Teams W L Pet.
Cristobal
Pepsi-Cola
Orange Crush
Margarita
7
6
5
1
1
.875
.750
.625
.125
.125
Squirt
Monday's Games
(2nd. Half openers)
Orange Crush vs Margarita
Squirt vt Pepsi Cola
Tuesday's Games
(July 15 7 p.m.)
Cristobal vs Squirt
Pepsi Cola vs Margarita
A thrilling first, half of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Junior Cage loop came to
an end last Tuesday night at
Margarita with the Cristobal quint
et sqeezing out a close 47 to
decision over Margarita to wrap
up the title for that half of play,
vionHv coev to :.
for the Cristobal five, bolstered by
an even balance of scoring for the
rest of his team, more than off offset
set offset the three-pronged attack of
Stromberg Aleguas and Wilson.
TfTr.;t' r,, c i i
added 11 to the losing cause
splint An ,.t Tin 4-- I
points.
The final first half standings'
are actually no indication of the
calibre of teams engaged in the
Margarita summer league. Squirt,
Winless UO to last Mnnriav nidht
had rlrnnnerl fr.nr nf thoir mmn'l
losses in the closing minutes of the
gdme and by narrow margins.
Their streak of "hard luck ended
only last Monday night with a
close 38 to 34 win over Margarita.
The latter has suffered the
same kind decisions and both
these trailers in the first half can
be considered contenoers when the
second half of play opens at Marg Margarita
arita Margarita Monday night at 7 o'clock.
Of the total 20 games played in
the first half only five haVe been
won by margins and most of the
decisions have hung in balance
right down- to the closing whistle.
Niho Valdes Hollers
For Shot At World
Heavyweight Title
SPOKANE, Wash. (UPI) -Towering
Nino Valdes. fresh from
a TKO victory over Harold Car.
ter, pointed his eannons at Floy!
Patterson today and set up a
loud cry for a heavyweight title
shot.
Valdes ended Wednesday nighf s
nationally televised battle. at 1:45
of the ninth round by batten'""
the helpless Carter about the ring
flooring him twice.
The Cuban told reporters he
won the fight for his f'our.in6nths f'our.in6nths-old
old f'our.in6nths-old son and added, "Next I want
Patterson."
Bobby Gleason, manager o' the
216-pound Valties, said Nino wo'ilri
fight "any heavyweight i,i the
world and the winner eis a
crack at the champ."
The victory was the 10th i
Valdes in his last 11 fights and
his fourth in a row.
For Carter, the defeat w is his
iourm in zv starts. It put ,1 tr'
to his comeback drive which
started 'ast month when he out
pointed Willi Besmanof after end ending
ing ending a 17-months tour of Armv
duty.
.The Carter camp said Ham'
"needed a little more training
and some conditinning ffghts b
fore he goes after the ranked
fighters again."
Valdes had Carter on the verge
of a knockout in the seco
round, staggering him with round
house blows at least three time.
But Carter came back in the
fourth with a pressing attack ana
was in command through the
eigth round.
Whatever
Happened to .
Lloyd (Little Poison) Waner
It was bad enough for the
pitchers who first had to deal
with Paul (Big Poison) Waner 0
the Pittsburgh Pirates but a year
later along came brother Lloyd,
who promptly became "Little
Poison," who could spray hits al.
most as well. Paul came up in
1926, Lloyd in 1927. Through 1940.
they played in the same Pirate
outfield but finally they were
separated and ended their careers
with other clubs in 1945. L'ov
hit .353 in 1929 and .362 in 1930.
Over 18 years, he averaged 3
Whatever happened to Lloyd
Wanere? Little Poison is 52 and is
employer! in me UKianoma city,
Okla., department of
public
works.
AUSSIE SETS RECORD
DUBLIN (UPI) Austrian
distance runner Albert Thomas
clipped more than three seconds
off the world's record for the
three-mile run Wednesday night
in defeating his more illustrious
compatriot, Merv Lincoln, by 250
yards in an international meat.
Thomas competed the long di
tance event in 13 minutes 11
seconds, erasing the old wor1
mark of 13:14.2 set by Satodor
lharos of Hungary in 195$. 1

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Editor: CONRADO SARGEAN T

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
Now York
Boston
50 2 .458
11 S3
3P 3? .494 12V,
37 38 .493 12
37 40 .481 12
38 42 .475 14
3 40 .474 14
32 45 .414 18
Kansas City
Detroit
Baltimoro
Cleveland
Chicago
Washington
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Washington (N)
Kansas City at Rnltimore (N)
Cleveland at New York
Chicago at Boston
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(First Game)
Cleveland
1'eveiana
011 000 0204 fi 7
New York 000 502 02,-7
arjrajr.
Howard.
w-o;, uurea ano
SS Sa 'o ?
to N v" t
in1' T OrK
11-11 nr:iL i ....
wiineim z-4) and Nixon,
Brown.
Maas, Trucks, Shantz (5-3), Dur
en- and Berra.
iKsrtl r
ar")
- a.nsas Cltv
000 001 101 3 7 1
Baltimore 030 030 OOx 6 9 0
Daley (1-1). Urbaii. Terrv r.nr.
m?n and Chiti.
raopas (fi-2), Lehman, Johnson
O'Dell and Triandos.
(Night Game)
Kansas City 000 000 0022 5 7
Baltimore 000 001 02x 3 7 o
Herbert. Tomanek (4-4), Grim
and Smith.
Portocarrero (7-51 and Ginsberg,
u- l
fN.ht Game)
H3UUJ-. UUU IH1 3 11 n
Washington 00? 002 01xi 10 2
- Lary (8-8) and "g"-
ALBROOK 5700 MATERIAL MIX
MASTERS
Teams Won Los
Boyd Brothers 42 10
sparKs 40
Snarks 27
Master Misses .... 24
Remington Rand 22
Blinds 21
Gutter Rats 18
Overdues 14
12
25
28
30
31
34
38
Boyd Brothers 2, Snarks t
The Boyd Brothers Smith Co Coronas
ronas Coronas who weeks ago enjoyed an
overwhelming lead are now be being
ing being crowded for the first place
honors. They now have a two
point advantage. With teenager
Shirley Rouse added to their
roster, the, Smith Coronas took
the first two games quite handi
Iv. but the Snarks got hot in the
last game, and smashed the ma machines
chines machines lads and lasses to sunn
an extent that the team divided
the four points.
As far as the individual prow
ess was concerned, for the Boyd
Brothers, the crowns were held
iointly by Grace Moskowitz with
529, and Harry Rouse 502. For
the Snarks, Jim Williams took
charge with a 507 scratch, and
543 hdep. and wlfey Janet stuck
by her Jim with 509, and Corrle
Sword was also on the top heap
witn 51R.
Sparks 4, Remington Rand 0
Although the Fourth of July
has been put away in the moth
balls, the Sparks were still
Sparkling like the old fashion
sparklers. They are now in the
second place only two points out
of first. And captain Hayes, has
Issued orders that next week the
Sparks are to take over the too
position. This week they received
very little opposition from the
Remington Rand office ma
chines, beating the RR's by over
tnree nunarea sticks.
The hottest of the Sparks, was
ine ancnor man Vince santell
with a 504 scratch and 558 hdcD
series, and Vince had plenty 0f
support from-the Case and Hays
families, Marie Case, 541 was the
bowling boss lady in that family
when she trounced her husband
Forrest 528. Benny the Bowler
Hays lauded his supremacy over
his girl friend Laurel 541 to 502
For the Remington Rands Bob
Jacques and Claude Hays tried
to put out the sparks,. with their
502 and 526 series.
Master Misses 4, Gutter Rats 0
It was an open season on Gut ter
Rats, and, the Master Misses
skinned the Rodents for all four
points.. In two of the encounters,
the Rats with a little luck could
have taken the first and last
i?ames, because one they lost by
two marks and the other by one.
Only In the middle game did the
Master Misses come out on top
with a big margin,
The Master Misses' big hero of
the week was Dan Cardin who
rolled a 520 scratch and a big
628 hdep set, and his little worn-

NATIONAL LEAGUE

W L Pet,
GB
Milwaukee
S,n Pncisco
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Chicago
Cincinnati
Pittsburgh
Los Angeles
41 34 J47
41 37 .524 1V
37 35 .514 3
37 36 .507 3
40 39 .504 3
37 37 .5W A
36 42 .442 7
34 43 .442 S
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at St. Louis (N)
Pittsburgh at Chicago
Milwaukee at Los Angeles
Cincinnati at San Francisco
XESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(First Gamal
Pitrchiii-ol, n,, ::
aSST Z ?
jtsp as54-
r-muips 6-2 Hohhie vut
Henry and S. Taylor.
1 (Second Game)
Sburgh at Chica Pned,
(Night Game)
Philidetohia 000 51? 039-l.i 13 o
St.- Louis 011 000 010-3 9 1
Roberts (7-8) and Sawatki.
Maglie (2-21. Wicht Pino h
T5rien and Landrith
(Night Game)
Milwaukee, 8; Los Angeles 4.
(Night Game)
Cincinnati 4V San Francisco 0.
Ramos (7-6), Hyde and Court-,
ney.
j (Night Game)
Chicago
RpstonS
000 10C 001? 9 I
100 604 OOy-11 ii i
Lown StaTev and Ldlar W"'"te,'S
Sullivan?M) anLd Berberet.
an got into the act, when Gene
Cardin tabbed 518, and Mel Leid Leid-ner
ner Leid-ner tagged along with the Car Car-dins
dins Car-dins with a 544, to make' the
Master Misses happy for the
night. For the trapped Gutter
Rats, Connie and Marvin Harvey'
resisted the Master Misses attack
with their 504' and 515, and join -infr
them was Pierce Newton
who nudged the lumber down
the lane for 521.
Overdues 2, Blinds 2
The Blinds were wide awake
and in the first two gams the
Blinds overcame 47 pins handi handicap
cap handicap to win quite easily over the
last place Overdues. But in the'
last game of the evening the
Overdues exploded tripping the
Blinds by plenty of tenpins thirs!
gaining an even split for the per-;
formance. The Nickols, Max and
Roy carried awav the honors for,
the Overdues with 5J6 and 525,
and for the Blinds, Phil Otivor
shook off his slump and erne
up with a topnotch series, 564.
Women's Bowling News
The Secretary of the local
WIBC is Olga Keeler, wno-e
phone number is Fort Davis 20,
and Mailing address is Po 8
Fort Gullck. The other WIBC of
ficers, are Mav Siegfried. Preil!
dent. Helen Glud vice-president,
and Vi RUdy sergeant at arms.
Show'ma At Your Service
Center Theatres Taninh
BALBOA 6:15 & 8:00
Science-fiction thriller!
"MONOLITH MONSTERS"
COCO SOLO 7:00
Joel Barbara
McCrea Stanwvck
"TROOPER HOOK"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Rory Calhoun, Anne Francis
"THE HIRED GUN"
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
MARGARITA 6:15 tt 7:53
Fiesta with a bongo beat!4
"BOP GIRL GOES CALYPSO'
Owl Show 10:30 D.m.
GAMBOA 7:00
Lana Turnet, Jeff Chandler
"THE LADY TAKES A
FLYER"
GATUN 7:00
Don Murray Diane Varsi
"MANHUNT"
PARAISO 7:00
"MONKEY on MY BACK"
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
"PHANTOM TRAIL" and -The
story of Barney Ross
'AFFAIR IN month CARLO'
CAMP BIERD 7:00
Tim Holt Audrey Dalton
"THE MONSTER THAT
CHALLENGED THE WORLD'
owi snow 10:30 p.m.
1 hi i

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ID AT. ItTLT 11. 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAttE NEWSPAPER
PAGE SEVEN
He
ecife, Riotous, Distingo
a s7r7o2 Dash IPitchers, Not Ed Bouch
angle In Sprint
Pitchers, Not Ed B o u c h e e,
ere
600 Seven Furlong
Embarrassed In Phillie's Return
ops Saturday Kace Lard

Eioht fourth series imported thoroughbreds will match

trides in the $600 seven furlong main event tomorrow
k i nu:Ji..fc Daman pnAf pirlr

Recife and Riotous, winners last week, are expected
o be co-favorites along with Distingo.

pi A0Viiu HranH Finish ana

m Jl U.. a c with

leuro iiQ oiivci

Recife returned from long iay-

ff in fine torm last Sunday ana
ced to an easy fjve-lengtn vie-

ory over i wjui x.-iu :

,.,. r.rrs Th s week ne wm

1. .-L -'Iff.. n.tfti:lttf.ll Dm

s in better snap? and coulii nuke
t two straight. Julio Rodriguez

Eiotoui, .the fastest sprinter in

ha race, was equally tmpress,ve

n mist io aost six furlong tri

' t 1 Tlij. ..ri.lr..;

ong thii time may prove a

. 1 IJ1.

Mstineo raced creditaDty, n-

shine fourth in the Republic of

enezueia n'".K,

n uire. lain.

fur fur-bit
bit fur-bit Her
will

front Of him Kadir, Michinpa
and Germanio are all absent
from this field. Fernando Alvarez
also figures to be a big improve improvement
ment improvement over Andres Gonzalez, who
rode Distingo last time.
El Agheila is m possible upset upset-ter.
ter. upset-ter. He has been close up in some
of his recent racers. Conception
Ruiz will guide the disappointing
nn nf British Empire.

r.r-A Finish, who has been

bothered by leg troubles recently,
will have Hector Ruiz in the sad saddle
dle saddle Fieltro will be ridden by Ju Julio
lio Julio Jimenez Jr. Histrion will have
Jose Talavera handling the reins
and Arquimedes Alfaro will do
the whip weilding aboard Silver
Keels- u
' An added attraction will be uie
fsturn tn action of ace jockey

ntiiin Hmpti; who was on the

sidelines for tlu. past two months
with a broken cdllarbone. 3aeza
accepted six mounts ove r re
weekend, two for tomorrow and
the other four on Sunday.

Race Track Graded Entries

M. Ham

1st Race "Special

Jky St.

Comment

Imp. 7

1st RACE

ros Purse $450.00
OF THE DOUBLE

Pool

Odds
Closes 1:00

1 Ramo
2 Doble Fiia

S Pocas PUchas

4 Now Then
5 Alucinado
S Carcaman
7 Teddy

G. Milord 105x Would pay off
J Phillips i08 Dangerous contender
A. Alfaro I03x Can score here

J. Talavera mx Doesn't seem wieiy
F Alvarez 113 No. 1 contender
B 'Baeza 113 Has tough assignment
E. Dario 105 Vastly improved

25 1
5-2
3-1
20-1
2- 1
3- 2
10-1

Ind Race 7th Series Imp. 4 Fgs. Purse wu.ou

2nd RACK Of ins uvvn

Pool Closes 1:30

1- Lark
2 Mar Bravo
1 Cachafaa
4 Riscal
5 Introduction.
6 Patience
7 Oro Purito
t-Destello

O. Chanis 113
C. Ruiz 115
S. Carvajal 103
F. Alvarez 118
B. Aguirre 113

Rates good chance here
Vastly improved
Bad legs hamper
Hard to beat here

-Should be close up

A. Alfaro 102x Not against these

M. Hurley 110 Would surprise
G. Milord lOOx Could bang on here

4- 1
52
10-1
2-1
15-1
10-1
8-1
5- 2

irJ .. "H" Natives 7

Pas. Purse $375.00
ONI TWO

Pool Closes 2:00

U-Viltoa V F. Alvarez 113 Seems best here
2-&uicamaya A. Alfaro lOlx Usually close up
SMlftt Manuel J. Talavera iCtfx Distance to liking
4tfoticidn G. Milord lOlx Good recent races
jLJugaba S. Carvajal 115 Could wake up now

EVEN
15-1
5-2
3-1
5-2

farRACI "H" Natives

7 Fgs. Purse $375.00
QUINIELA

Pool Closes 2:30

Rock'n Roll
2 Golden Moon
3-Bagdad

4 Full Moon

5 El Pequefio
fi (Tanganica
7 (Guarare

No boy 10!
J. Phillips 113
C. Iglesias 105
A. Alfaro HOx
S. Carvajal U0

-Hasn't shown much
-Distance may help
-Nothing to indicate
-Would surprise
-Seems best bet

B. Asuirre 110 No. 1 contender

J. Cadogan 104 Could help entrymate

50-1
10-1
15-1
4-1
1-2
EVEN
EVEN

By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) What1
was it going to be like for Ed j
Bouchee when he walked up the

dugout steps and on the field for

bat.ing practice and 4a ouier p ap

ers pretended not to watch him,

but actually looked at every
move?
What was it going to b l'ke
when he stepped up to bat lor, i
firs, time and the fans slirrt.?

What was it Boras to be like

HOOFBEATS
By Conrndo Soi geant

The three year old Argentini; Pilluelo will race under the col col-colt
colt col-colt t'reon, the two-year-old native ors of the Stud The Syndicate,
filly Marilyn and the five year-! This apparently hopeless racer is
old Argentine horse Alarico are being trained by Henry vVlute.
scheduled to debut this weekend The Stud Dora's Philipipon and
at the President Remon oval. i Mrs. Viola Redhead's Segador
Creon eoes Sunday in the third reappear this week with Uer.

when he sat in the hotel lobby and race for imported three year-old Sirvera as their trainer. Gerald

maidens Wltn e.OUtrao JUlian up aitveia oi-, wuu was muncuy nau-
on the impressive youngster who ed as the trainer has been uidefi uidefi-has
has uidefi-has some good workouts and could nitely suspended from the track
return a winner. A son of Colmo-!for deliberate violation, of the rc rc-Argentinita,
Argentinita, rc-Argentinita, the colt is owned by guiations.
4 1,., Ct..A I U 1 .... i .iixl h; OOO

... i .i.e. lilt kiiuii uu mui aim unn'u jj
pec ed who hrfd a bright future a. prn R,was Mio Cid, a handsome Chilean

Marilyn, a bay daughter of Bar- colt mat tailed to win a race ana
retin-Argyle Street, js owned by earned only $120 in purses in two
the Haras Carinthlf and trained seasons of campaigning here, was
by Agustin Soane Jr. She also has sent to the Panama National
snmp better than fair workouts I Guard stables this week.

the bellhop walked over to another

and Bouchee knew he was tne
subject of the conversation'
Here was a 25 year-old wiih a

wife and a child and another- ex

first baseman for the Pniladel

phia club one of the finest pros prospects
pects prospects in years and then early
this year he gave himself up on a
morals charge involving younj
girls.

After Ion? deliberation. Com

missioner Ford Frick reinstated

Bouchee. Owner Bob Carpentrr

had placed the first baseman un

der psychiatric care, quie iy tui
him in shape.

Baseball was takina a big

chance, according to the Do Good Good-ers.
ers. Good-ers. There were kids who would
be Bouchee fans. It would he .t

tremendous struggle to overcome

cruel embarrassment pointed out
the Bleeding Hearts.

if

m

and rates a gopd chance of win

ning despite having one of the
Herastico Pitty, worst riders on
the track, assigned to ride her.
Alarico is a much-ballyhooed
brown son of Virgilio Albarza.
He is owned by the Stud Copa Copa-cabana
cabana Copa-cabana and trained by Tomtts
Blackburn. Alarico has soma
sitsling workouts to his credit
and is almost sura to go off the
mutuels favorite in Sunday's
seventh race.
Fernando Alvarez will ride Alar
ico against such other highly-rated
non-winning newcomers as
Critico and Michaux.
oOo

Evening Star will jace under

oOo
Hector Ruiz is reportedly plan
ning to take a fling at the Hipu.

dromo de las Americas in Mexico

City. Ruiz, one of the local track

lightest professionals, feels he

does not get sufficient mounts

with a winning chance here.
oOo
Josa Reyes is the name of the
C.hi.aan trainer who will ta'e
oyer the Gabriel Ossa Vicuna
stable here when the major por.
tion of the string of through,
brads leaves for an invasion of
Puerto Rico. Reyes is expected
to arrive this weekend.
Salvador Jimenez, who has
proven his skill in getting through.

Dreas in top trom in a minimum

the colors of the Stud Chabela in of timej wi trajn Qssa Vjcu

the future Ernesto E. Fenton

continues to train the classy Chile.

an filly.

Pasatiempo and Florete are now
owned and trained by Jorge Mc Mc-Clean,
Clean, Mc-Clean, according to the official re report
port report from the track's office.
Engaftoso was bought by Eulog
ia Marin and Fortunato Hidalgo
Jr. is her new trainer.

Ed Bouchee

5th Race "P-O" Natives $ Pg. Purse $375.00 Pool Closes 3:00

1 Tuti Fruti
2 Solito
3 Daniel
4 TiUta
5 (Jipi Japa
-(Mr. Jack

J. Rodriguez 110 In fight to finish 3 2
S. Carvajal 105 Not good enough 20-1
A. Alafaro 107x Would pay nice odds 10-1
B. Aguirre 113 Seems sure thing 2-5
C. Ruiz 113 Distance handicaps 5-1
J. Talavera 112x Poor recent races 5-1

4th Race 'Special" Imp. 7 Pgs. Purse $450.00
1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE

Pool Closes 3:40

1 Don Cirilo
2 Mi Cautiva
S Pangal
4 Maese
5 Pepin
S Pastoreo

F. Hidalgo 108 Did not impress 10-1
J. Phillips 110 Can make it here 3-1
F. Alvarez 110 Distance to liking 5-2
B. Baeza 105 Jockey may help 4 1
R. Vasquez 113 Has shown nothing 10-1
H. Ruiz US Should beat these 3-2

7Hi Ree $th Series Imp. 7

KAie

2nd

Fgs. Puree $500.00
OF THE DOUBLE

Pool Closes 4:10

1 Aviadora
-Cervecero
J Coral
4 La General
5 Cartillero
Kensington
7 (Phillipipon
(Segador
t Pasatiempo)
10 King John)

J. Rodriguez 113
No boy 110
G. Sancehz 110
F. Alvarez 118

A. Alfaro I03x

-Improving steadily
-Dangerous always
-Would pay off again
-Looked good in last
-Nothing to recommend

J. Jimenez 105 Completely washed up

A. Reyes.R. H Could get up here
V Castillo 110 Should beat these
J. Cadogan 108 Ran well in last
F. Hidalgo 112 Usually close up

10-1
3- 1
10-1
4- 1
30-1
100-1
EVEN
EVEN
3-1
3-1

The Bleeding Hearts were right
in one respec1.. There was cruel
embarrassment, all right, but the
Bleeding Hearts had put the fing fingers
ers fingers on the wrong guy. Startling
with the Milwaukee aces Bob
Rush, Warren Spahn and Carleton
Wi ley it was the oppositing pitch
ers who were embarrassed.
With Bouchee eivine the Phil.

lies the extra thump so sorely re

quired, they swept the three-gam';
set in Sudsville extending a win winning
ning winning streak that extended to six

and fourth place and within easy

challenging distance ot tne lean.

In 24 times at bat, Bouchee had!
nine hits, including a double and
two home runs for a rousing .375

average, s the Phils went on to
take two of three in Cincinnati.
It sure was a long, tough pull
for Ed Bouchee, but now that the
big left-hand swatter is back it

will be a considerably easier one
for the Phillies. i

Just Getting

Holt On Job

NEW YORK (NEA) James E.
(Sunny Jim) Fitzsimmons will he
84 on July 23 and one of the iwo
things he has wanted for the past
years 3ias been taken care Of.
Mr. Fitz now sits in his cottage
at Belmont Park and informs visi visitors
tors visitors that he finally has his sprawl sprawling
ing sprawling family straightened out.
For some time, Mr. Fitz kept
complaining that he had no luea
how many grandchildren and
great grandchildren he had. A
full scale research job by a grand

daughter produced the answer

there are 65 people In the present
Fitzsimmons family.
The family tree has been typed
out for him, set up in breeders'
handbook style, for easy referen reference.
ce. reference. Mr. Fitz now wants only one
more thing.
"I'd like about another 25 years
of training horses," he says. Way

it s going now I think I'm just

smarting to get good holt on the
job.'

na group in Puerto Rico.

oOo
Alfredo Bassan's classy Argent Argentine
ine Argentine sprinter Gonetina was report reported
ed reported near death yesterday. Accord According
ing According to the report, the animal's ail ailment
ment ailment had not been diagnosed up
to .last night.

AGED FOR 4 YEARS

C.F.N. Radio-TV
Sports Schedule
The Caribbean Forces Network
has scheduled the following
sports broadcasts for the coming
week:
Radio
July 11 Cleveland vs. New
York at 1 p.m.
July 12 Philadelphia vs.
Chicago at 1:30 p.m.
July 13 Chicago vs. New
York at 1 p.m.
July 14 Detroit vs. Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore at 1 p.m.
July 15 Detroit vs. New York
at 1 p.m.
July 16 Cincinnati vs. Chi Chicago
cago Chicago at 1:30 p.m.
July 17 Cincinnati vs. Chi Chicago
cago Chicago at 1:30 p.m.
TV
July 11 Wrestling at 10 p.m.
July 12 Golf show at 10 p.m.
July 13 Baseball game of the
week at 3 p.m.; wrestling at 10
p.m.
July 14 Boxing at 10 p.m.
Julp 15 Boxing at 10 p.m.
July 17 Boxing at 3:30 p.m.;
golf show at 4:30 p.m.; bowling
at 10:30 p.m.

Clear Type

VftoAs than
700,000
UhM of fium
dqsud pwm puM
unaduli&Aaisid

Special Reserve

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Ith Race 4th Series Imp.

I Fgs. Purse $400.00
QUINIELA

Pool Closes 4:40

1 Venianza A. Jordan ll2x Returns from layoff 25-1
2 Matriculado C. Bovil 108 Knocking at door 3-1
Sr-Colifato G. Milord 103 Distance to liking 3 1
4 Emily Mary J. Rodriguez 112 Should score easily EVEN
5- NogaIino F. Alvarez 108 -Impressive win last 8-1
-(Rutilante O. Madrid I05x-Best early speed 50-1
T-(Tony F. Hidalgo 1W Usually gets left 50-1

9th Race 4th Series Imp. 7

Fgs. Purte $400.00
ONE TWO

Pool Closes 5: IS

1 El Agheila C. Ruiz 112 -Could surprise
2 bieitifo F. Alvarez U2 Form indicates
3 Recife J. Rodriguez 115 Seeks repeat win
4 Grand Finish H. Ruiz 108 Reportedly ready
5 Riotous C. Rovil MS Can score again
Fieltro J. Jimenez 105 Longshot specialist
7 Histrion J. Talavera I05x Last doesn't count
-Silver Heels A. Alfaro loax-Ready for payoff

101
2 1
3 1
5-1
5-2
25-1
5-1
151

10th Race 7th Series Imp

l-.T-ck Bit

I nristi

auire

p.t.h

4 Fgs. Purse $400.00 Peel Closes 5:40

Hera is a good, honest complaint

about baseball one which more

than a few cash customers have

been beefing about for some time.

Too many games are insuffer insufferably
ably insufferably slow with the umpires mak making
ing making no effort to hurry them up.
One relief pitcher after another
walks in leisurely from the distant
bull pen as thousands yawn. The
live audience gets only one break.
It isn't bored bv sav nothing and
shameless announcers peddling
beer and cigarets.
Casey Stengel yanking pitchers,
for no reason at all in stalling the
Yankees into a midnight curfew
and a tie with the Red Sox the

other Saturday night was small,

time and positively disgraceful.
Here was a club 11 games in front
of the field and with a manager
unwilling to play the game the
way it is meant to le played.
We are in a steeped-Up era.
where everything but baseball
moves rapidly.
iBaseball has gone th other
way.
Little wonder that the other
sports are taking the play away.

For extra dependability
insist on

.Racetrack Tips

BY CONRADO

E. Julian 115 Nothing to indicate
F. Alvarez 113 Seems best here
B. Aguirre 110 Would pay off
A. Vasquez 111 Vastly improved

10-1
EVEN
10-1
EVEN

1 Carcaman

2 Destello

J VI

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5 Ti

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FRIDAY, JULY ti, I9F
C L A S S If I EDS
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Automobiles

Hillmjn Husky 1956 top con condition,
dition, condition, radio, best offer. Call 2 2-1891,
1891, 2-1891, 2-1895 weekdays, 3 3-5954
5954 3-5954 nights and Sundays.
1955 Ford Victoria hardtop, pink
and white, radio, power steering;
2-1891, 2-1895 weekdays, 3 3-5954
5954 3-5954 nights and Sundays.
FOR SALE: Bargain. 1954
Plymouth Belvedere station wag wag-en,
en, wag-en, low mileage, radio, new bat battery,
tery, battery, good rubber, fluid drive
$900.00. Duty free. Phone 3 3-5533.
5533. 3-5533. FOR SALE: 1947 Ford lalopy
(gupc sedan). $75. May be seen
at house 2172-C, 8th St. Cu Cu-rundu.
rundu. Cu-rundu. Taylor Tel. 83-5162.
MUFFLERS
Chevrolet. Plymouth, Ford $9. $9.-95.
95. $9.-95. All others $12.95. Free ins installation
tallation installation Tivoli Motors at Tivoli
Crossing. Tel. 2-4222.
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Super,
radio, power steering ws w tires.
Excellent condition Call Hearne
(office Amador 3267 or Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du 42941.
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford Thun Thun-oerbird
oerbird Thun-oerbird sportcar. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Call 2-2887 before 3 p.
m. Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1953 Old s sedan
88 series, 4-door. Hydromatic,
radio, $100.00. Phone Balboa 2-
3703.
FCR SALE: One 1958 Opel
Rckord, new and duty paid. One
1S33 Ford six tudor. Condition
excellent. C. Z. 3-2416.
CHUCKLE HEAD
AWOL LONG TIME
:;DINBURG, Scotland (UPI) (UPI)-Ar
Ar (UPI)-Ar ny Private Hughie A. Smith
; sentenced to nine months ir
r m today for being a b s e n
without leave lor eight of the 10
years he has been in the service.
BAD AWAKENING
"'TMBROKE, Ont. (UP1) -Cr
!val worker Rudy Bray
awc'.:e yesterday in the wash,
room of the Canadian Pacific
Rp'lway station to find the $28 he
had in his new brown suit miss missing.
ing. missing. Alo missing was the suit.
TRAINING PAYS OFF
KNOXV1LLE. Tenn. (UPI)
University of Tennessee footb'1
player Ed Morgan got in some
off season practice at a loca;
store where he's working as a
clerk this summer.
When a bandit tried to rob the
store at gunpoint, Morgan down downed
ed downed him with a flying tackle and
disarmed him.
WHAT'S THE SECRET?
STOCKHOLM (UPI) Twice,
de eated United States presi.
dential candidate Adlai Sir e
turned to thrice elected Socialist
Premier Tage Erlandcr at a slate
banquet and asked:
"What is your secret for getting
elected so many times?"
There was no record of Er.
landers' reply.
WEATHERMAN "UNFAIR"
NEW YORK (UPI) Peeved
at the weatherman's gloomy wen
tnd forecasts thus ,ar this sum summer,
mer, summer, George Wo pert, executive
secretary of the Chamber of Com Commerce,
merce, Commerce, complained today t
weatherman Ernesl ,1 Christie:
"It is unfair to guess. Tlv Tlv-weathermen
weathermen Tlv-weathermen oughl to know they
are licked and give up."
HE WAS REALLY HIGH
PORTSMOUTH. England (UPI)
, Able seaman Patrick Bj-own ad.
mitted today the was high on two
counts when arrested.
A judge dismissed charges
against Brown a ter the seaman
Said he had been drinking but
had no idea how he got atop the
roof of a house.
NO MORE GUESSWORK
COLUMBUS. Ohio U PI) The
City look the Kiiesswork out of its
meter reading yesterdav.
It accepted the resignation o'
Wayne L. Helphenstine. who was
charged with guessinc at nr-tr.,-readings
instead of making a per
sonal check
Premier Of Soviet
Pwhijc Dismissed,
No Reason Given
MOSCOW. July 11 (UPI) The
Pr'micr o" the Azerbaijan Re"'b.
yjfr a key Soviet stale on the Iran
lrdl,'cr. has been Hismissc'. ""
loqal official Orgav Raku Worker
W'or'ed today.
Th" newspap-r published a de.
kttt relieving S ;. Rngimov (
, the poM and appointing Azerbai-i-m
Communis Parly Secret
Veli Yusif ogh Akhiindov as his
l ii'Tcessor.
N reason was given for the
feVfc(nr. nor was any new assign.
Mftt ( is i( sed for l'l-c;,ov.
.ov K f jrs f;,.:
H"' ' ' i' l I' '"' i ii be dismiss.
I ( irp.vtff ,if the
Wt 1 "i t'-e Kremlin and Ihe
Htaf--' '" t exc V oris of llungar.
.iFra'dti .i J'r.'nv i Inirc Nagy and
Kg three o. his ollowers.

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boa Balboa 1448.
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3-1717.
FOR RENT: Two furnished one
bedroom apartments, quiet neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. 46-47 second Ave.
'48th Street) Bella Vista. Phone
3-6936.
Apartment: For Rent: Moderr
one bedroom apartment, in re recently
cently recently constructed building. Lo Located
cated Located on 50th St. No. I 15, Pai Pai-tilla.
tilla. Pai-tilla. Phone 2-3060.
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom
apartment, living diningroom,
hot water, maid room, balcony.
"Esparta" building. Street Ricar Ricar-do
do Ricar-do Arias. Tel. 3-4994 $140.00.
FOR RENT: Two bedrooms
apartment in "El Cangrejo" liv-ing-diningroom,
kitchen, serv service,
ice, service, already balcony, maid room
with service, all furnished,
and garage. Street Alberto Na Navarro
varro Navarro No. 48 Tel. 2-2883 or 3 3-4734.
4734. 3-4734. FOR RENT: One and two bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms apartment furnished or
unfurnished, in front at the new
Commercial Center No. 15 Tel.
2-2883 or 3-4734.
FOR RENT: Army inspected
one' bedroom apartment, kitch kitch-inette
inette kitch-inette No. 17-18. 4th of July
Ave. Phone 2-2081.
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment, 4th of July
Avenue No. Tl-352, Quarry
Heights entrance. For informa information
tion information apply to same address.
FOR RENT: Fu rnished, one
bsdroom modern apartment, ga garage.
rage. garage. 168 Via Belisario Porras.
FOR RENT: One bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartments. Bella Vista
46-47 Second Ave. (previously)
48th Street.
FOR SALE: One bedroom
apartment, new recently built
50th Street and 19 Paitilla. In Inquire
quire Inquire in the same place.
FOR RENT: Well appointed
unfurnished two bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, maid's room, large terrace,
spacious kitchen, elevator and
24 hour watchman service. Locat Located
ed Located at Edificio Campo Alegre on
Via Espana across from Hotel El
Panama Hilton. Telephone 3 3-1409.
1409. 3-1409. FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, in Calle Darien No.
14-21. neat to 4th of July Ave.
Call Panama 3-3273 during of office
fice office hours or 2-4320 after.
The era of the reporter and
big .story which was connected
with him is described by Allen
Chun hill in "Park Row" a book
on journalism in New York lroni.
1885 to 1930 which was placnj In 1
circulation this week by the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Library.
Not only the reporters and the
famous editors but the (real,
publishers of that, era are ptor
trayed by Churchill with an a a-mazing
mazing a-mazing collection of anecdotes J
and stories that point up the j
glamour, and the squalor, of the
period and the profession i
The complete list of new books
and their authors announced by
the library this week follows:
Non-fiction Best of Taste,
US Naval Institute; The One
That Got Away, Burt; Broad Broadways
ways Broadways Best, 1957. Chapman; Park
Bow Churchill, Israel and the
Middle East, Ellis; Mama's
Boardino House, Fitzgerald; Mr.
Five Per Cent, Hewins; The Sol Soldier
dier Soldier and the State. Huntington;
Venezuela. Land of Opportunity,
Jankus; The Chapel at Ron Ron-champ.
champ. Ron-champ. Jeanneret Grls.
I'lelion Young Mr Keefe.
Birmhu'ham; The Passionate
Citv R'ark St. Dlgnan's Bones,
rallenf'ei pilgrim at the Gate,
C." The Time of the Pantile;',
The Polsoni'l Crown.
Ficon; Winter Away. Fair; The
."out hern Cross, French; Blake ,s
Reach. Gaskln; The Catafalque,
Gold' ton. Fool's Gold Hltrhens.

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RhMi the Roll. Vi.l. Th.itr
Resorts
Spend your weekends at Rio
Mar, the best beach in the Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kinds of commo commodities,
dities, commodities, open day and night. The
new management is at your serv service,
ice, service, FOSTER'S Cortaaes and Large
Beach House One mile past the
Casino Phone Balboa 1 866.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara R de P. Phona Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Commercial focale
in Justo Arosemena Aye, No.
37-11. Opposite Cristo Rey
Church. Tel. 2-2341.
Houses
FOR RENT: Three months,
beautiful 3-bedroom residence
in El Cangrejo completely fur furnished.
nished. furnished. For information call 3 3-1167.
1167. 3-1167. FOR RENT: Vacation quarters.
July 15th, August 31st 1958.
Phone Navy 3111.
FOR RENT :4-bedroom chalet,
two baths, two services, all fenc fenced,
ed, fenced, 7th street, Golf Heights Call
3-3641 2-2407 House 36.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
two bedroom living-diningroom,
kitchen, U.S. Army inspected.
Enquire 45th Street 2-241.
Phone 3-5351. From 8:00 to
9:00 a.m. or 7:30 on.
FOR RENT: Half of chalet, in independent,
dependent, independent, completely furnished,
modern. With all necesseties,
linens, kithen utensils, residen residential
tial residential area, garage, garden, hot
water, near bustop. Tel. 3-5356.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnishes
nishes furnishes house, including water
heater, television set, washing
machine, the best residential
'ireai 3 bedpoms, big kitchen,
living-dining room, maid's room.
If you are interested call 3-7384.
8 DAY
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave every Tues. and Fri.
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-1661
the first and only
transistor
SPEED LIGHT
no more burned out tubes
guaranteed for life
work on flashlight batteries
angle of 7o
only $27.50
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
. JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2 0552
The New
SP
NIKON
With "built-in Universal
Viewfinder System
li.iuiii mr
Panama Col6n
Los Castillos
Prep. For Dance
LOs Castillos Social and Sporting
Club is mapping final plans for
its annviersary dance, at the CX
sino Vina dol Mar in San Fran,
cisco de la Qaleta, on Saturday.
Aug. 9.
In addition lo many surprise
Willie Morrison and his "Super"
orchestra, will play for the dan
Invitations have a ready been
circulated on both sides of thr
Isthmus for the dance which is
tabbed to begin at 9 p.m. and Ir,
minate al 5, a.m.

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Miscellaneous
YMCA SKIN DIVERS. Wo havo
your choice of equipment.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES CORP.
"J" St. 13A-3C Tel. 2-1905.
B E G I NNERS SPEARFISHING
OUTFIT Quality Italian JunyLux
Gun, Fins and Mask $18.50
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. CORP.
"J" St. 13A-30 Tel. 2-1905.
FOR SALE: Because of trip,
"Rosita" store. Large assortment
of imported dresses. Beside the
Riba-Smith Super market. Tel.
3-3870.
FOR SALE: Adjustable reclin reclining
ing reclining chair, corner table, ttepdown
tables, child's rocking chair, QM
bed complete, 8mm projector and
camera, metal dresser, wooden
dresser. Call Balboa 2-3782.
FOR SALE: Rolleiflex Camera
with case. Light meter $120.00.
Brand new. Call Panama 2-2797.
FOR SALE: Weightlifters: 300
pound set barbells, two bars,
dumbells. costom made stand
$45.00. Phone 3-5533.
Just arrived
Top grade
Golf balls
ABERNATHY, S. A.

1041-Bound Man Dies In Trailer
Outside Hospital He Couldn't Enter

BREMEN, Ind. (UPI) A 1,041
pound man, believed to be the
fattest in the world, died yeste''
day in a trailer outside the hospi hospital
tal hospital he was loo huge to enter.
Robert Hughes. 32, a monstrous,
ly overgrown farm boy from Fish Fishhook,
hook, Fishhook, 111., had lain lor seven days
outside the little Bremen hospital.
He had come down with the
three-day measles while tourinr
Indiana with the Gooding Broth Brothers
ers Brothers Amusement Co. carnival. A'
though Hughes was rushed to the
hospital, he was too fat to squee
through the doors or lie on a nor
mal hospital bed.
'j.fco he stayed in his mobile home
a heavily reinforced semi trail trailer
er trailer truck, in the hospital parking
lot while, doctors fought a losing
battle to keep life in his immense
frame.
The meastes nad afflicted his
enormous heart, once estimated
as the equal of a 1,000 pound
steer's. Doctors treating the fat
man in his trailer said ho ap
peered to be improving Wednes.
day, whan the measles cleared
up. But he began to fail by night,
fall.
He ate very little of his dinner
of chicken and noodles, fruit sal salad
ad salad and ice cream, and went into
a coma at 8 p.m. His death yes.
terday was attributed to uremia.
The trailer was driven to a
mortuary, where attendants em embalmed
balmed embalmed the body without remov.
ing it from the bed where Hughes
spent the last week of his life.'
Relatives from Emden, Mo.,
who were at Hughes' bedside
when he died, said they woul
drive the trailer to a funeral home
at Mount Sterling, 111. The fat man
will be. buried tomorrow morning
at Benville, 111.
At the time of his death, Hughes
had slimmed down a trifle ironi
his peak of 1,065 pounds. His
weight was still well over the h h-ton
ton h-ton mark, however, doctors said.
With a frame 6 feet high and
feet wide, a waist measurement of
122 inches and 40-inch biceps, he
was believed to be the fattest man
in the world.
The fat man was born a nor normal
mal normal baby, but began his abnor
mal growth at the age of six
months. Doctors told him later
DORA

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1 1 Home Articles

T
FOR SALE: Wardrobe and junior
bed with mattress and spring,
baby's scale, basinet, two small
tables, two chairs, corner book bookcase.
case. bookcase. Rattan furniture for living
room, mahogany chaise lounge
for garden, Venetian blinds
various sizes, dining buffet and
China cabinet. Peru Ave. No. 29 29-28
28 29-28 last floor.
FOR SALE: Double beds with
soring and mattress from 39.00;
Mahogany Wardrobes 19.00;
China Closets 15.00; Modern
Vanities with stool 445.00; Rat Rattan
tan Rattan sofa and chair 19.00; Ma Mahogany
hogany Mahogany livingroom set 75.00;
Diningroom table and 4 chairs
35.00; Basket tables 7.50; Large
desk and chair 35.00; Metal
beds 30' 6.96; Sofa beds 65.00;
Hollywood beds complete 49.00;
Modern coffee tables 19.50; Pil Pillows
lows Pillows 1.50; Cash or Credit Terms.
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE Na National
tional National Ave. No. 41. Tel. 3-4911
3-7348.
FOR SALE: 9 cu. ft. Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house refrigerator porcelain in inside
side inside and outside, new 60 cycle
unit, excellent condition $100.
House 123 Ridgerc-ad Balboa Hts.
Phone Balboa 1694.
thyroid gland had rupted when he
had the whooping cough, throw
ing his body chemistry out of
balance.
When he was she years old,
Hughes weighed 210 pounds an;!
when he was 14 he weighed 650.
Later, he could walk only 20 s.
at a time, ate twice as much as
a normal man, and drank im immense
mense immense quantities of liquids.
Hughes took his abnormalitv
with good grace. He hated the
life of a carnival freak and said
a iew years ago "I'd gladly give
it all up for a chance to be norm normal."
al." normal." A fat man named Worcestor is
next in line for the vacant carniv"
al job.
Khrushchev Says Tilo
Sold Yugoslav Soul
For American Alms
BERLIN, July 11 TUPI)-Sov-Premier
Nikita S. Khrushchev den
ounced Marshal Tito todav ae
said Yugoslavia had sold its soul
to the West for American "alms.'
Jthen he sped home to Moscow
by jet plane.
In a blistering two-hour speech
to the East German Communist
Party Congress in East Berlin, he
questioned Yugoslavia's right even
to call itse'f communsit.
Khrushchev endorsed the 194S
Stalin attack on Yugoslavia and
said the Yugoslavs were even
worse now.
He stopped just short of an onen
break with Yugoslavia b'v saving
the 1948 attack directed bv Stat
made the mistake of calling on
he Yugoslavs to overthrqw thpir
leaders.
Bruno Leuschner. East Oerm,-n
news service ADN said Khrush Khrush-chev.
chev. Khrush-chev. who arrived Tuesday h-u'
planned all a'ong to leave today
Other members of the Soviet
delegation, including De ense Min Minister
ister Minister Marshal Rodin Maiincvsky
remained in East Berlin.
Khrushchev's attack on Yugos
lavia was a clear warning to "the
whole communist world to follow
the Moscow.dictated line

NOW PLAYING
AT THE
PRESIDENTS
THEATRE No. 1, Peru Ave
IT'S FOR ADULTS ONLY!

The Spiciest, Raciest, Gayest and Most
t ?o, U,g J A)1 FRENCH FILMS!
Lots of Girls, Dances, Beauties in The Nude
and The Sexiest SPECIALTIES I
THE QUEEN OF
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(MADEMOISELLE STRIP-TEASE)

with
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ABSOLUTELY PROHIBITED FOR
MINORS UNDER IS AND
GROWN-UPS OVER 80!
mam
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1 1 Boats & Motors

FOR SALE: 15 ft. Sea Babe w
cabin 35 Evinrude and trailer, 2-
1338.
FOR SALE: 15 ft. Thunderbird
chief, gator trailer, 35 h.p. Elto
electric starting, windshield, top,
equipped spinning reel and rod,
boat pole and 40 reel, trailer
hitch. Balboa 2-1569.
FOR SALE: 15 h.p. outboard
motor, used only 5 hours. Call
82-4237.
FOR SALE: New outboard mo motor
tor motor boat. Call 2-2887 Balboa
for details, before 3 p.m.
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Lots in Coronado
Beach, facing the road, at 20c.
to 30c. a meter. Down payment
$50.00 and you may start using
the lot immediately. NOTE: This
offer will remain open only to th
date construction starts on the
"Coronado Beach Hotel".
Inormation: Robert Eisenmann,
jr. Tel. Panama 2-4505.
FOR SALE: Lots on the most
exclusive, safe and attractive
beach in the country on the
banks of the Corona river. A
private beach for property own-
ers. Only 60 miles from the
city. Easy payment plan. For
information enquire at Alfa
Store, No. 29-110 Central Ave Avenue.
nue. Avenue. Phone 3-6153.
Four US Officers
With Local Command
To Depart Soon
Four officers from Headquarter?.
U.S. Army Caribbean and the US US-AHOAKlb
AHOAKlb US-AHOAKlb School are due to de.
part the command soon. Their as
signments and approximate date
oi departure are:
Col. Gines Perez, commandant,
teSARCJlRtB School, Fort Gulick,
to the U.S, Army Infantry train training
ing training Center at Fort Bragg, N.C. on
July 21.
Lt. Col. Carroll B. McMath Jr.,
executive officer, G-4, USARCAR.
IB to northern California, Com.
mand, XV, U.S. Army Corps (Re (Reserves)
serves) (Reserves) (6502), Sacramento, Calif.,
on July 21.
Lt. Col. Spurgeon A. Messner,
executive onicer of USARCAR1K
Transportation Section, to U.S. Ar.
my Air Traffic Coordinating Of Office
fice Office (9214), McGuire Air Force
Base, N.J., on July 19. His du
station will be Dover Air Force
Base, Dover, Del.
Lt. Col. Robert Townsend, as assistant
sistant assistant commandant, USARCAR1B
School, Fort Gulick, to U.S. Armor
Board (7102), Fort Knox. Ky., was
scheduled to leave July 11.
Nevw Chaplain Gets
Commendation
ChaDlain (colonel) Silas Dpi-1 Pi-
new USARCARIB chaplain ha.;
beeen presented with the Army
Commendation Ribbon with metal
pendant for his service as chap,
lain, Second U.S. Army, Fort
George G. Meade, Md., where he
was assigned prior to coming to
the Canal Zone.
The citation from Maj. Gen. Hal Hal-ley
ley Hal-ley G. Maddox, Second Army com.
manding general, cpmmende
Chaplain Decker for his "outstand "outstanding
ing "outstanding professional ability, soum
judgment and initiative" i
visin religious activities in the;
command.

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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.2,
WANTED: 3 or 4 bedrooms
chalet from August or Septem September.
ber. September. Tel. 3-4707.
WANTED: Ho buy three Volks Volkswagens,
wagens, Volkswagens, CASH. Only Canal Zone.
Will see after 5:00 p'.m. Mr.
Fonseca, Hotel Colon, Panama.
Phone 2-0770.
White beaded evening bag with
rhineitone necklace inside at
Union Club July 4th. If found
please call 3-6508.
LOST: Cat, female, gray tiger
striped. Wearing collar with
bells. Answer to name "Sweetie,"
Lost in Diablo. Call Tel. 2-2783,
2-3682 or 2-2589. $10.00
reward.
PLANE CRASH KILLS THREE
DACCA, Pakistan (UPI)
Authorities said today all three
crewmembers were killed
yesterday when an Indian Airr
lines cargo transport crashed into

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THE COMMENDATION RIBBON with Metal Pendant, V
Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster was awarded to Lt. Col. Rober
Townsend, who has been serving as assistant commandan
th U.S. Army Caribbean School. Col. Gines Perei. school

mandant, presented him with a
meaai, wnicn win be torwaraed
tion, Fort Knox, Ky., where he
Board.
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OUT OUR WAY BY J. R. WILLIai
hev, Vthataim tsomucwof Y if vou're aowma bg foetic A 1 1 1
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XLOSIN' GENERATION ER SO, AN' SPOTS ARE MARTYRS' TEARS I
YOUR THEY WON'T KNOW WHAT BUT SOME MEW EONTSIT HONOREP
I QUILT.' X TH' FAMOUS OLP REP TILL THEY'RE DEAD FER FIFTY YEARS'
V V BANDANNA IS. OR THAT C 50, WHEN VOU HEAR TH' CHEERIW 1
. TH' NATIONWAS BUILT A NEW HEROI5 WON A NAME- f
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TH' NATIONAL FLAG-- 1 HANCIN' IN TH' HALL O' FAME.'
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WANTED : Competent manager
for office equipemenr ad general
supply establishment 6 to I
weeks good salary must be bilin bilingual
gual bilingual and have experience. Curna Curna-ra
ra Curna-ra de Comercio, apt. 9 (tel. 3.
7028). Servicios & Colocaciones.

SERVICES
3 -minute cat wash $1, steam
cleaning ot motor $5. waxing f
cars $6. Aufo-Bano, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
TELEVISION SERVICE
WE REPAIR IN
YOUR HOME, $3.50
You get service the same day
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained techni technicians.
cians. technicians. Crawford Agencias. Phona
2-1905 Tivoli Avenue 18-20.
Protect your home and proper proper-ty
ty proper-ty against insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment en
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
HOME TV REPAIRS
$5.00 plus parts (local calls
only). No charge if not repaired
in your home. Phone 3-7607 U.
S. Television, Inc. 9:00 a.m. te
10:00 p.m. Till 6:00 p.m. Sa Saturdays.
turdays. Saturdays. TELEVISION SERVICE
6 MONTHS CUARANTEI
ASK POR MR. TV
PANAMA 2-3142.
a swamp near Pupshi, la miles
from here,
certificate in lieu of the mu.
to Townsend at his new ate
will be assigned to the Arijoi
(U.S. Army Photo)
for prompt attention
will enable u$
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Yes, But Did Mrs. Michaelis Drop A Stitch? Drifting Sergeants Saved

Mrs. Pollv Michaelis sat in I FV .4i mm t

d captain un Maiden Trip

Mrs. Polly Michaelis sat in

the back porch of her Balboa
home today sewing patehea on

pairs of jeans which a young

vacationing family wear cut
faster than falling off a lot,'.
She hummed away happily as

she worked. But little did she
know there was a ooa con constrictor
strictor constrictor in the sewing machine.
She had nearly finished her

jwork by the time she discover discovered
ed discovered it.

This is how she tells the
story.
"I needed a couple of buttons

so I opened a drawer at the

front of the machine and put

mv nana in.

'Instead of buttons, mv hand

coucned something soft and

squlshy and scaly which

squirmed. I jumped about two

feet into the air. When I land

ed I saw there was a snake

looking out of the drawer, pok poking
ing poking Its tongue out at me.

IT WON'T BITE, says 16-year-old Ralph Perkins, who, as a man who understands snakes,
came to the rescue of his neighbors-in-distress, the Michaelis family who had boa constrictor
trouble in their sewing machine.

RP University, US Point Four Sign Agreement

slammed the drawer shut
sat down again to recov-

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and

er."

Mrs. Michaelis was about to
call the Panama Canal Housing

department to remove the snake
or the Singer Sewing Machine
company, who she thought,
ought to be at least partly re responsible
sponsible responsible for a boa constrictor
getting into their product.
However, the boy next door,

who happens to be something"

01 an auinonty on snakes came
to the rescue. Sixteen-year-old

Air Force Reduces
Effort In Search

The rector of the University of. 'We. at the university are an ibe agreed between the parties to.
Panama. Dr. Jaime rle la dual- xious to have the institution re ;, this project a greet vnt, approxi approxi-dia,
dia, approxi-dia, announced today the signing spend to the increasing necessi-l mately half time each year of a
ot an important agreement he ties of Panama. The present a-! technician assigned to the gov gov-twecn
twecn gov-twecn the university and the U.S. 'greement will he of great valuel ernment of Panama may be

Point Four program designed io in meeting the needs for training nade available to this project j
serve the growing development personnel in the field of Publii for the purpose of maintaning li- ftif UajLaI MAIIf A
needs of the republic. Administration. We hope that it aison between the School of Pub-I wl ItUvllvlj rlUtljv
The "special services program." will also contribute to the devel-jlic Administration and the minis
as the agreement is called, w'll opment of the national economy tries and agencies of the govern- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.. July
render assistance first in the field when the school of agriculture i,ment, to appraise the teachingill (UPI) Three search planes
ot public administration and sec established. needs of the government and as-1 criss-crossed the vast South
ond in surveying the possibilities "n re"?rds to this project, I sist the School of Public Admin-(Atlantic tod a v in a "last resort''

of further mutual assistance in have had a very stimulating con-' isiration in developing a program leifort to locate an experimental

other fields such as agrihulture versation with the President of to meet those needs.

iinri related laboratories. the Reouhlic and he has promi'- "Furthermore, other technicinas

. ,. .. , ed to give us the support of the assigned to the cooperate pro

Ve la LrUaiUlH Mldlie lilt n n.,.,Pn..,i ,hnn ,!.- tha iert mau hit m.iilo uvailahlo frsj-

necessary legislation and appro-! teaching courses, either regular

pnnt'on of funds from the Nation- or special for demonstration pur
al Assembly. I have also acnuir -, poses at the School of Public Ad

e l the impression that a project' ministration. In this manner it

of this nature will, undoubted- is intended to strengthen the
ly, receive support from the; school by making it more respon respon-mcmbers
mcmbers respon-mcmbers of the Assembly, par-jsive to the needs of the minis minis-ticularly
ticularly minis-ticularly those representing the tries and agencies of the eovern-

rural areas." ment. Similarly, the services of

Ralph R. Will. Director of Point! the technician or technicians as as-Four
Four as-Four in Panama, commenting on signed to the university may be
the agreement said: made available to the ministries

and agencies of the government
fmm f i rr r i r titviA aa m a kn mi

i' "in uiuv ivf iji ii it; n I hi v lit- 11 u- n i .-..a .

actually agreed to be in the best B,"52? 0 er .Ker

interest of this project.

un tne oasis 01 lormal re-

Ulf- .Mr flnrt itc tinxr nanHwo cl-a,.

Point Four may i-ndertaketosur- d tn VPiSte,.dav fln.

vey the need of the univer Alr Force officlals sald the
citr trti nnAnnxa i wa rr-n i. ,,i i n ....

social science to work for econo-LtT.Yj-" u" TClI j" seaicn taK lurce wmnn ce

mie and social progress i

lowing statement in connection

with the agreements:
"The administrative hoard of
the University of Panama imam
mously voted the authori a'ion to
sign it. The experience that our
University has had in the past
with Point Four assistance has
proven satisfactory and of great
value,. I believe it is widely known
that, thanks to Point. Four and
the cooperation received from
the government of President de
la Guardia. the university, is a a-bou'
bou' a-bou' i cinviH" : "'Jil In Index
dex Index of the Rcnuh'ic of Panama."
a pro i"ct which is ol great im importance
portance importance to our country."

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"The University of Panama

stan ting as it does at the

ot the educational system of the
Renublic, is an instrument of the

'." M -P"-. acnievinSques)s from ,he Umversity

University is training leaders in

the various fields of phvsieal andln... .,

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nose cone and Mia II, the white

mouse blasted into space at the
tip of a hybrid rocket.
But the Air Force indicated
that whether or not the Uttll
passenger Is recovered, the nose
cone passed the crucial test of
re-entry into the Earth's at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere In a flight of more

wian mmi mnes tne ranee
of an Intercontinental ballistic
missile.
Air Force officials said search
planes saw the nose cone of the
Thor-Able rocket returning to
earth from space minutes after
the missile was fired Wednes

day night. That meant the

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SNAKE CHARMER Irene Michaelis, 15, goes Just crazy over
snakes, especially the sort that don't bite. "Wouldn't it be just
lovely, mummy to keep a boa constrictor in the house as a
pet," she said. But Mama Michaelis said no, No, NO!
Ralph Perkins was master of ed as though Irene, even if she
the situation and plucked the could not keep "Sauishv" in the

snake out of the drawer. house, was quite decidedly go

ne aemonstratea tnat it was uig to snare nim with tne ooy

o

Four U.S. Amy sergeants stationed in the Panama are start-

. cjipcuicu to oe a rainer routine llshtnr trin
over the Fourth of Jnlv vmImi k -a-j

it s irmw sbJ u" ?? J WU Amount of food.
rhh 'i y utS& AJ2hie Stubbs' John Drannoaand Norman
FASSS & mk boarded V Frj!re

""""V" "ce uee around B p.m., Thursday, In Bal
boa, bound for the Perla. Islands and a day or twb of flihtog.

uumu .ou a.m., rnaav. the vo tare reimlnln, in 41,.

horse-power marine engine burned out nohly uttina down Tthe
charge of the batteries, but burning them out entirely. WiTh the
engine useless, the craft began what proved to be ton,, i
Disappointed but not particularly shaken by their situation
the four men made the best of it hv '-IFx.

cans of stew, bread and beverages they had brought with tfi.m
Their fishing; luck prored to be bad, verj bad? Is a matter of"
fact they couldn't catch a thihr er of

was topped off by delicious slices
of cantaloupe.
While they afe, Alemeda inform
ed them that this was hi firsl
voyage as a ship!s captain and
that the name of this ship wn
Cmdad de Onito tr.itv nf

pital of Ecuador). He declared I
was a great pleasure to nave mad

me iracue. .since in KniiW u.

, . vmuui, lit

5-iu, n is oeueyeq a c
am performs a good" deed on hi
first voyage he will be blessed wit!

kuutuiuuuti gooa JUCK.

The ship was returning to Ecua.

uui; irom uriSlODai.
Around 8 p.m. the captain in,
tormed the men that his

had repaired their craft and hai

iurnishedit with two new batte.
nes. Overhwhelmed, the men at
tempted to offer the captain so"-i

I kPH At thsnlre K.W f 1

talk and with the words "de
da (you're welcome) echoing it
their ears the soldiers headed foi

iiuuie.

nuclear

rat.ely.

oayloads more accu-

only a baby boa and not at all

dangerous for a feller who

knows how to handle snaKes.
One problem remained. Mrs.

Michaelis' daughter Irene, aged

15, loves, but lust adores snakes

although she runs screaming

from the mere suggestion of a
scuffling cockroach.
It is fashionable in her grade
at school for girls to like snakes
and they keen them as pets in

the biology class.

next door.

The
Judge's Bench

Eulalio Barrla, 45, Panamanian,
appeared at Balboa Magistrates

But efforts to find the rocket

But it would enhance a girl's Court charged with failine to an

prestige no end to have her pear at court on June 29 when he
own tame private boa constrlc- was summoned for driving vehi vehi-tor
tor vehi-tor and Irene had a rather cle without side marker lamps,
strong hankering after keeping Judge John E. Deming suspended

After hours and hours of float

ing and two or three rain and wind
storms, the men grew tired oi

what they regarded as "one heck
of a silly situation," and begar
making plans to catch the eye of

some passing ship.

Two or three ships passed their I

smaii cratt within an estimated
radius of seven to 15 miles and the
men fired several red smoke flar.
es into the air, but to no avail.
Around 3:30 p.m. they launched
another such flare to attract a
ship which was estimated aboir
10 miles away. Shortly after the
20second duration of the fare the
ship flashed a signal. With hopes
aroused, the men gave out with a
few hoopja-la's and settled back
to await their long awaited rescue.
A minute passed ... ihen two ...
and much to their bewilderment
the men found that the ship had
continued on course leaving them
stranded.

As the dreary afternoon wore
on the fishermen were struck with
a few not too pleasant facts. First
of all, they had onlv one flare left

in the boat. Second, the wind and
the sea seemed to be carrying
their craft farther and farther a.
way from the main sea lanes, or
the main routes of the ships. And
third, although they did have a
few cans of beans and stew left,
their food supply certainly couldn't
be regarded as plentiful.

Hasti'y hasing it over they
came up with the conc'usion that
it would probably be Monday
morning be ore their wives realiz.
ed that they weren't just stretch
ing the trip out and finally deciJ
ed. to do, something abont it. If
they were lltiiky they might b

picked up by Monday evening. "I

A severe storm which found thl
Craft coin a in t ..

t... iT ; vixwcb iur neani
four hours slowed thMr ,.

JJaiuua DUt

boat

eeono-ii" u u ,L : .- swich wk iurce wuuin ce re re-nd
nd re-nd theKiel?s oth n Public Adminis- duced to onlv three olenes to
i" : r,ra,!on,. n(i t0 determine their comb the impact area 5hOO

Agriculture
i ratories."

with its related labo-

Girlfriend Trouble

in

we'I hcing of all tin oeonle

"Throuph the University of
Tennessee, the Point Four or or-qaniiation
qaniiation or-qaniiation of the United States
is glaH to cooperate with the U U-niversi'y
niversi'y U-niversi'y of Panama in such a
program. We believe that i.1
the years to come these two u u-niversities
niversities u-niversities working together will
increase their store of knowl knowl-ed
ed knowl-ed -. vit'i a resulting enrich enrichment
ment enrichment of the scientific literature

or Doih institutions. Such a pro- w i r
gram is truly a two way street NCTS POnQITIO ft ICM

rnrougn wnicn me people ot
both Panama and the United
States are the henefif ieriac

The asrcemenl has the follow- At 4 a.m. today Clifford Ed

ins to sav about the plans: wajd Lewis, 25. Panamanian
'The university and the Point ?mved outsld,e, hJLs, Gatun fluar

Four administration will jointly "ci? T i

undertake a coopentive

for improvement of the School of
Public Administration of the Uni University's
versity's University's faculty of public admin administration
istration administration and commerce. For this

ASKS FOR INVITATION

feasibility. Such surveys will eul-! miles southeast of here near Early this

inmate v the preparation of re-1 Ascension Island.

ports e m lOdymg jecommemmons I
for action, submitted to the uni-j The rocket's wee vovpger was
vemty. The first such survey! no ordinary house mouse, and
will deal with long-rage plans for 1 she was treated accordingly. Air
the recently established School of; Force Pentagon officials, who

this one as a pet.

The idea, how ever, was quite first charge and placed Barria on
repellent to Mrs. Michaelis even probation during this time on con con-when
when con-when she saw the snake, which j t ian he does not commit
had already been christened ; tbe same offense. For the

i,rTn,,;'H' tZZX'v infringement he was fined $1

sentence for six months on the i toi the situation The feehng seem

a Panamanian fishim

Was SDOtted around 9 J

and they fol'owed it to within vie
of Taboga Island. From there the,
proceeded back to Balboa, veri
tired ... and VArv th-mlrf..! t

capiam s maiden voyage.
PICCAJID PLANS NEW DlVBS
.. CASTEUAMARE DI STABIA
Italy (UPI) Prof. August
iccard, famous explorer of ocesi
depths, wdl make a series oj

u.ves on tne coast of Californ-i
late this vear. Hit snn i,

said today is ftlher had reache

don't know about you guyj, but if j fh" acg "e me"L n wficials 0
I don't have some good chow be!lttfnCW foundation W Sal

fore Monday evening I'll be a
dead man," was Cobbs' reaction

Diego, CaMf., to give him aid foi

iua new piunges.

neck.

afternoon

It look-

would not confirm the mouse
was aboard when the rocket
was fired, said the little crea

ture was reclining In a ham

mock in the cone when
Tlior-Able blasted off.

TOKYO (UPI) Foreign Min
ister Aiichiro Fujiyama made a
formal bid today for an in invitation
vitation invitation to visit th United States.
He asked U. S. Ambassador Dou Douglas
glas Douglas MacArthur to "seek the con conveniences"
veniences" conveniences" of Secretary of State

the 1 John Foster Dulles for a possible
informal visit to Washington.

Joshua Cornelius Mason, 66,
w;-s fined 15 for using force and
driving a 3eep at Fort Clayton at
10 miles over the speed limit of
40 mph.
For failing to pass to the right
of a vehicle travelling in the op opposite
posite opposite direction, Jilma Estella

Jaen, 23 netted a fine of $15.
Henry Ford, Jr., Panamanian,
was fined 15 for using force and
violence on the person of Byron
Stanley Barriteau.

ed to be mutual.

Around 6 p.m. Saturday anoth.
er thip, freighter, wis po"d
bout seven miles away. The
men launched their final flare
nd finally someone answered
their plea.
Within very short period a
472-foot freighter taxied right up
alonqsira their small craft and
hauled the men aboard.
The ship's captain, R. Aleme".
da, invited them into his private

cabin and before they could even

get over the shock of being pick,
ed up they were fervently digginp
in to a steak dinner, with salad
and all the trimmings. The meal

I Weather Or Not

This weather report for the 2l
hours ending 8 a.m. today ii
prenared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of th
Panama Canal Company:

FL"f ,?fJEL,.,H J American Flier Tells Of Ordeal With Armenian Peasants

nrniwt Air 1au met wic iu, rauuut:
ki i Backford of Panama City, in

Coion last night. When they
reached his quarters, however,
an argument ensued which re-
eit!orl In T onrlc nnnco rit

niirnWO thn -i .1 in i ,1 i I r I i .ii ...ill 'V" -V.,0 Hi,,,; J L

r, i , Ci'U-tcbal Magistrate Court
provide the services ol such tech- Ith, ,,i!fn

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WIESBADEN, Germany (UPI) (UPI)-A
A (UPI)-A U.S. Air Force major whose
plane was shot down in Soviet Ar.
menia said today that an Ar Armenian
menian Armenian lynch mob tied a noose
around his neck and was about to
hang him from a telephone pole
until they discovered he was an
American.

"I was much c'oser to death
than 1 ever want to come again,"
he said.

ing craft down to an emergency
landing.
The ranking officer on the
plane. Col. Dale D. Brannnn of

Shupe, of Miami, Fla., told oflChardon, Ohio, told newsmen that
his narrow .escape during a j all five Americans who bailed out
news conference here with the received "roueh treatment' from

me ans as mav ne muiaiiy a- inc vlottce against he girl 1 MaJ. Bennie A. Shupe, one of
greeil upon lo a list the School of The ylrl told the court ihe.nine American crewmen of an un un-Pubhc
Pubhc un-Pubhc Administration. trouble started when she decid- i armed C118 transport downed by
'Initially, such assistance will ed not to go into Lewis's apart-1 the Russians June 27, said he
be provided through one full-time. ment with him. saved his life bv shouting out the
technician. In addition, as may Lewis was fined $25. 'names of American cities.

crewmen of the plane who were
freed by Russia last Monday alt.
er 10 days of captivity.
Shupe was one of five crew
members who parachuted from
the plane alter it was attacked by
two Soviet Mig jet fighters. The
other four airmen rode the flam-

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Soviet peasants. He said their

hands were tied and a Soviet
mob beat them with fists off and

on for abotit three, hours.

Brannon who "categorically

ana empnatically" den ed the

plane intentionally violated Soviet

territory said he himself was
thrown into a truck and a mob of

peasants piled atop him, kicking
and battering him as h'e lay de.
fenseless.
Shupe said he was walk walking
ing walking toward the other men who

had parachuted when a group of
peasants surrounded him.
"They tied my hands behind my
back, pulled me toward a nearby
pole, and one of the peasant
showed a length of rope," Shupe
said.
"I was positive they had every
intention of hanging me from thn

pole, when I at last mnnauod tn

make out I was an American

One of the peasants shouted

out: 'New York'-'Chleaon

I then named all thA tts

cities I could think' of to keep
them off."

He said that amonr the rltv

names he recited to save his life

were wiami ,us. Angeles, Phila Phila-deJphia,
deJphia, Phila-deJphia, and San Francisco.

it was not e'ear whether the

Armenian peasants thought they
were about to hang a Soviet flier,
or perhaps a Turk, their tradi.
tional blood enemy from across
the border. The airmen explained
that their flying suits bore no na.
tional markings.

Balboa
TEMPERATURE:
High 90
Low 7g
HUMIDITY:

High
Low

9R
66

Cristoba

8,1
76

91
89
W23
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WIND:
(max. mph) NW-19
RAIN (inches) 0

WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 82 83
BALBOATIDES
SATURDAY, JULY 18

High

12:11 p.m.

Low
5:57 a.m.
6:40 p.m.

VISITING THE NATIONAL BREWERY yesterday were the Instructors of the Latin American School at Albrook Air Foree Base
iiir i.ur. conducted by brewmaster Ole Humle. was followed by several moments of relaxation in the Beer Lounte where the
(rursts were given samples of the product.

A man always knows what his
wife expects of him. The trouble
is most of them can't aftmA u

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