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"Let thf ptopl khemikg truth mid tU ctvntry i W" Abraham Lincoln.
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1 FT . .t.;. TAXAMA. K. TUESDAY, JULY 1, 158 ' ITt COT
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NEWS ANNOUNCED BY G.OP. CHIEF KNOW AND r"..
; CETTYSBERC, Ja!f Ju!y; 10 (UP) Prtsident Eisenhower it .till t candidate for
a 'i.cond term, it was announced today. ' .. ,.,..' r
Th. disclosure. w mad. to tiewtmen by Senate Republican leader William F.
i Knowland following a meeting with the President V: ...
Knowland wat asked whether th. Pr.sid.nt "told you he is gomg to keep., hat
In the ring"
Tm telling you precis.iy max, ( nvwieutu
"He and we are looking' for-
marA fn a vtvnrrrlla Hid BCtlVC
campaign under his leadership,"
Regardless of an discussion,
Knowland said ""the fact re remains
mains remains he's in the race" :
Knowland said the President
told him "he felt he is in bet better
ter better shape than hewas when
he made the announcement
last Feb. 29n that he was go-
in in run inr n MMnj term. v
I Knnwlnnrf snirl Mr ElSfinhOW-
pr inula h in iuat continuing; his
. i 1 1 ' III FVIIIIIS I1IHI VM Ml I HILj
i -Trial of the suit of 100 pilots Knowland said he had not
aeainst the Panama Canal Con)-!doubted t h a t the President
i nanv'made low headway m u.B.!w0Uid run. But he added with a
I District Court ,this morning. ; Jsmile "this clarifies the atmos-Z-.i
cant. Harold Longmore, pre-."t fi. ; i
. Went of tne r'"1" v"- -r i wfv" !'" j
lots Association,. y who took. thai. tjew wave of speculation
5 tand vestetday afternoon, w ooous le rresiocnt econa
" .Hir rivlns: direct testimony at fern intentions .which follow
Is Making ,
till tVUDK ubm v.- V-ri.-V-'iT:'"
midday. t intestinal obstruction, a :
VMost ttaWojM ttonths'a'ft ttonths'a'ft-aumed
aumed ttonths'a'ft-aumed by identification oi iek ,t.tric
ters exchanged Jjetween ine pi Elsengower the' nation
ward A. Doolan. The psowfi
director is appe anng in-" ;
as the company b rcji"?'"'"--";-.
Pialntiffe attorney WiUJam
S Tn tansled time and a a-gain
gain a-gain with Petense WJ"
f)ayld A. Markum and Dwight
MMcKabney.ojer theadm s.
ion of some of these ?doeu.
" T ,( ; An Army private -who" wai In
" The 'defense-'' obTecw.8 f r"i,lr K"!"'r'': ,,T whm tnu-k
. i T 1 1 i .ivoy Loi, . ,, i
' y j; .,v. at the pi- can went over; an embankment is
lots' my be increased to con- doing well today at Gorgas Hospi Hospi-jow
jow Hospi-jow V"f..v .,.. th marl- tai .'
Th man'tfe. Francisco Telles,
Army Iln Injured
In Boy Seoul Truck'
Convoy Dcir.3 Well
-n. m n rr
came after months of specula
uon ana aouni. ...
After the President's- recent
INnAu thr in n nrfw tne
question whether Mr. Elsenhow
er would run. Almost itom tne
beginning, however, Republicans
were sure the President would
stay in the race.
2 Roiiii2H Msrihas
Give Blood To Aid
Young Panama JSoy
Twii tT. S marines frftm Rod.
urn tnHav rim tn the aid of a
young Panamanian boy in need of
Diooa iransnuions. .
The donors, signed up with the
Walking Blood Bank composed
mainly of Navy and Marine ennsv
ed mri, answered an emergency
call for help from the boy's fath
er Fin n MnrnM. 1 ne cnua 11 ine
youngest of 11, and had tt under-
;o an operation requiring several
ilood transfusions. t
Mritip "' "Pfe. 'John H. Brown
nil Pnl Julian P. Stubbins. both
of the First Guard Marine Bar
racks, volunteered to answer me
; Thii mnrninfl' their aeh donated
s pint of their blood, Type A, and
in youngster was aoie v unuer
go the operation he needed so des
perateiy. r..-. ..
The Walking Blood Bank Was
organized several years ago oy a
civilian employed of tha U. S. Na-
iv Jim de J ar'a. and r """t ev-
OF PER0N FOES
Get A Load Of That, Mann
Ten TTrnffiiavan who were V
rested by Panama Secret Police
lor tne secona time eunaay oe-
Earted last, night by plane for
ima, Peru, after being ques questioned
tioned questioned by Panama detectives re
garding their auagen interest in
former Argentine President Juan
O. Peron. ..
Ernesto Seal Smith and Jose
Alcardl were first arrested short-
iv rnnni tn minim nr June
aftor their arrival here aboard a
private aircraft when they were
irequenuy seen in tne vicinity
of Peron 'a residence in the city
of Colon.' t t ... 4 .; i- t
ernf Hector Valdes reports P
ron as claiming he is not ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with either of the two
men.' v m '-.'';. 5 ..
At that time they were sus sus-aentM
aentM sus-aentM nf nlottlnff tn kill Peron.
snt the vera released after
questioning on June 20 and al
lowed to continue in their plane
to Mexico City.
However, United Press dis dispatches
patches dispatches from Montevideo to today
day today quoted a prominent Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine resident of that city
as saying Smith and Aicardi,
who are ioell known in Uru Uruguay,'
guay,' Uruguay,' have been serving as
touriert for Peron for a long
Tha TTrnmiavan nawananep T .n
Manana aiso was quotea as aay
in or Smith la known for the px
ceiient relations he maintains
with Peronista officials. 1
The newspaper also quoted
'source rloss to ev!'xl Arontlne
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38 Now Reported
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Five new eases of nolio have been diaanos.ee! at Gdr
gas Hospital, it was announced today. :'
v ianto lomas Hospital reported tne aamission or ont
new case yesterday. ; ? J""
The new reports make a total of J cases in tne cur current
rent current epidemic, which began with a few cases last May.,;
Gorgas admissions with positive diagnosis are 18, of
which three have died, 'j v 1 '" ?
nntn Tnmat has 20 eases, all of which are confined
to a special ward. Of these 16 have been positively iden-
tinea OS pOUO vienms, una lour arc unucr wuaeivuuuH...
time trades and in the .MSTS
Settle. Th letters were admit-
ted. provisionally 3 fv,.T.
of H.rn. SOth Infantrv. was eva
cuated to Gorgas by heUcopter
vesterdav afternoon. Driver of the
heir nolnt. however, laobjectin? bosch guttered multiple bruises
1 - fermiT.T.in nnc n n nm Tcnmre evacuaLiuii.
T to Lonemore s p"r ----
to state the PWM '.S?
rious letters written, b? the per
sonnel Director, i v, w
..,n.a tMH how in 1953 the
."""lr: TTlZTnt increase
?""f"w A mi and
MSTS raises but dW not get anj
1 No scouts wer hurt ia the ac accident
cident accident They were reported to
have arrived at the camp site
lat yesterday afteraooa without
farther trouble. . : .
The mishap occurred 20 miles
M,S,T2 ttaXio5thast of'Guabala, in Chiriqui
additional 6 per cent increase. reaching vArmy
1 nn.. avlaffl h flftitl WtS
i X aiw icauvH
' that the raise "would put as
on a level above certain other
employes of the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Company and therefore
' they eould not five It to us.
in Panama and the. other to Gor
gas Hospital only a few month a-
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CZ Dcg Licensing, i
Tcinorrov r Morning :
;HThe vaccination and licensing
of dogs in the Canal zone, now
rennlrert annnallv. heorina tomor
row morning in Atlantic side
team to handle this work
vril he nn.rliltv at the North
avoid hitting a dog and, ran off (Margarita elementary school to-
the road when its front wheel hit a morrow; at Mt. Hope Biaaiumon
. . i r. i ml. -J BMJj fk. latum Wire
officials said the truck swerved to
log on the side of a gravel-surface
stretch oi tne nignway. .
Both relies v ana vonaenooscn
' on'anoiner occBO'. were thrown clear as tne g-ion
the company gave them part oi venicle nlti ovtt several times
. tt enf raise nut nrlcl ... . i
a oya --r the oetore coming io ibsi m
out about two per pent for tne bed The vM damaged ex-
me reason. -t U.ncivAlv 'i.!..,..;'. ?;
i .i The Scout convoy was maae up
Defendant Boyd was trie Iirsi f Bine. vehicles. Fifty-nine Scouts
1 1 .ntif Aternav ait-1 ... .u- ...mm
moon, giving the general, bacic-
f round oi nia cuaun,,. s
mu the hHD tn the Volcan camo.
Tbe accident occurred aoout o:ju
V- 'an 'Army m-u neucopier, puoie
, Thl mnrnlni. following a re-. r,nt t,-v . nf the Avia
cess. Judge Guthrie F. Crpw,tion Detachment of Fort' KobbeJ
ruled the court "at ease" wnue ', w iu way to the scene. It
. rtH.M llrel nn the I !.J ".t...l mm Ammw nnfnp
telephone to associates' In ewcptain. Aaron Fingerhut. An L-19
York. '-: -"i f J y Array plaiie piloted by Lt. Arthur
tan yesterday is exacted to con. iCOpter and carried an extra ;iup-l
4nut Into next week- 'ply jof fuel. v
a.nt Less than two hours later Jby a veterinarian and a helper
A TI 1 rrrtmv wilntAA a f wr TrflTTl 1. 1 1 f. f H I IH1 ,nn. 1 .1"
a II M HI J II" IICUVVK f I
cense oetuan wui ue ucai w
issue tne new licenses, .s;
The new dog licenses are re re-ouired
ouired re-ouired for the year beginning
The vaccinating and licensing
team will visit Pacific side com communities
munities communities during the coming
- the confiuvRce of .if An i
ay's Qu., ii s gave biuod, neifcaiojo, who was exiled at one
time in Uruguay, ana naa taaeni
I some correspondence to Buenos
Aires ror Barojo, out nm aeiiv-i
ered it to rerorusta autnonues
to ne photographed. :
Accoramp to inese sources,
that was how the authorities
discovered the anti- Peronista
plot whichbrought about the
arrest of several Argentine na naval
val naval chiefs, the newspaper said.
. Smith and Aicardi Were ar arrested
rested arrested a train Sunday mornlnir bv
Panama detectives after they
stopped off here In transit to
Lima, Peru. They reported the
plane had crashed off Acanulco.
'Beaten Man' ;
MONTEVIDEO. July 10 fTJPU
A Paraguayan army major who
wa accused of being courier for
tormer Argentine f resident Juan
D. Peron arrived here today de declaring,
claring, declaring, "I am not a peronista,"
.Ma. Ceiar Buano do lea Riot
said that during an- interview in
Colon with the fallen dictator he
got Hie impression that Peron
was a booton man, althovgh he
kept aaying he "had to get
back" to Argentina. ; -:
A'lhnnoh he rieniea liavinV anv
connection with Peron, Bueno de
los Rios admitted navmg inter inter-viewed
viewed inter-viewed the former Argentine Prei-
(Continued on page col. 1)
Thursday and the Oatun Fire
Station on Friday.
Tne nours tor inocuiawon oi
Anon aaalnst rabies and issutnr
the new licenses will be from 10
a.m. until 1 n.m. and from 3 to
H v. m at all itfltlnnl
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There is no fee for inoculat inoculating
ing inoculating the dogs when done at one
of the scheduled times but a $2
license fee is required. v
The Inoculations win ne aone
BEAUTY AND THE BEARD... Yep, it turned out to be real,
but pretty Miss Chile was dubious at first, so she ploughed her.
dainty fingers into roamer John Mann's beard. The beard beard-pulling
pulling beard-pulling contest! was an impromptu one held at El Panama Ho Hotel's
tel's Hotel's Cabana Club. The Spanish sefiorita, Concepclon Obach,
left this morning for Long Beach where she will take part In
the Mi s Uniue ton. t; Mann.. -.' ..iJewaiui. flew
. back from Colombia, W buy e bow and arrow, he says.
" f Ki y x- x nrit' x
Hiss New York,
Really A. Mrs.
;NEW YORK, July 10 (UP)--A
family row in a Greencnwicn
Village apartment today disclos disclosed
ed disclosed that "Miss" New York State
is very much married. She's also
ts that, won't, nrevent : 18-
year-old Mrs. Kay Grundy ftom
representing tne stare
Miss Universe contest in Long
. "There is nothing lrt the rules
f the ron test tnat Tiay a. mr
MFTiro riTV" .Tnlv in
Irate beauty contestants charged
yesterday that Judges "padded the
figures" when they reported that
Erna Baumamv Miss Mexico of
mi, is a "perfect 35." :t
' They said it was only a slip Of
the Judges lane that made it an-
npnr that the IR-vear-nM hlnnrta
beauty, bom in Mexico of Germaa
parents, measures 35ZI-35 from
top to Bottom.
"Miss Baumann's measure;
mertt are In nn Wav r nerfert
iiewnman isn't eligible ." said wa "e """"P
th. beautiful, red-haired house
wife' who r won the state title
last week as Kay Dougias.- r
Mrs. Grundy's maruai sun sunns
ns sunns came to light when she
.printed bare-footed from her
apartment after her British
husband, Douglas Grundy, a
photographer, allegedly beat
her up. Police sa!d Grundy
flashed an antique dagger
with a six-inch blade In chas chasing
ing chasing his wife from their apart apartment.
ment. apartment. J
Mrs. -Grundy, the mother of a
iA-.nntti.nii hnv riecllned med
ical treatment for assorted bruis
es and begged police to orop as assault
sault assault and Sullivan Law charges
avatnxt her husband, ponce saiu
'that was up to the Judge.
The five additional cases diag diagnosed
nosed diagnosed at Gorges have all been
admitted within the past f?w
weeks. : ."i'
It has also been positively
determined that polio caused
the death last June 3d of a La
Boca child who lived only a
few hours after admission.
- The rhild was Rafael Cunning
ham, the one-year-old son of
Caleb Cunningham, an employe
in the Aids to Navigation Divi
sion. He reacnea tne nospuai i
7:30 p.m. nd died t 11 p.m.
l the newly r '1 I.t I.t-gas
gas I.t-gas cases, two are from Curo
Solito, one from Camp Bierd,
one from La Boca and one
from Panama City."
nnt.li rn'rn Rnln rases are the
children of enlisted men. One is
a year and three momns oia
the nther l veara nM
The six-year-oid cnua naa
had one fialk inlectlon.
A f Ive-vear-old bov from
Camp Bierd had also had one
salk injection, tnrougn wnetner
tt was last month or June a year
nan onulH not he learned tnrfnv
Thia boy is listed as critically ill.
He is the son of a commissary
employe at mi. Hope. -The
La Boca case is that of a
two-year-old girl whose father
is employed by tne Health bu
The Vanama rltv aM In
Goreas is that of a two-and-a-
half-year old boy whose father
a sergeant In the U.S.' Army, is
now stationed in New Mexico.'
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Panama authorities said of
the 16 casea n Santo Tom!
that are positively identified'
as polio, li are from Colon.
The others are from Panama
The new rase admitted ve
terdav ttai tihat. nf a aiv.veiir.
oW boy, Felix Gordones 'from
the suDuro oi Betania on t"
reported up to then, none had
had injections of Salk vaccine..
Bailed Upped As Taxi Driver
Iridentifies 4 Assailants
Pnnr .rnnnir men awftlttncr ti'Irl't nnnrt nver tn the hlnher enurt
in VS. District Court on charg for trial. ,
e of beatine and robbing a Ball was raised from 42000 to
Panama City taxi-driver lace 2500 for each of the accused. Up
maximum sentences of 14 years- to noon naa not oeen posted,
apiece, it was learned today. j In Jail awaiting trial are three
.., 1 Army enlisted men, Ralph A.
After preliminary hearing Inlanders, 23: Philip T. Console
Balboa Magistrate's Court yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, probable cause was found
against the quartet, who were.
20 and Hueh D. Saxe. 20, The
fourth defendant is a Panama
nian, 19-year-old Nicky A. No
iKHTrits FOR TflE PLAINTIFF niade last minute notation's this morning before court open open-'
' open-' ed 1?S tS -of ?.Uo; 1 Robert F. Boyd, second row, left, wearing bow tie and 100 other pilots
'seeking to co-lect Vbout $2,000 000 back pay and other benefits from the Cm
Company AIM lV the back rw, with elbow raised, is Capt. Harold Longmore, president of
the IpSots' "Afsociation" Attorneys, left to right, are: Woodrow C Castro. Charles E. Ramirez,
William 6. Tyson and Joseph atone , i
DEFENDANT AND COUNSEL checked their documenU before the gavel fell thU morning
Left to rieht are Personnel Director Edward A. Doolan, appearing .as representative of the
Panama canal ConYpany. ass sunt general counsel David A. Markun, assistant trial counsel
Sht mT McsSSTS Jolin Ostel chief of the Canal's Wage and Classification Bureau.
Twice To Zona
iTaiA 1ticr eit pefurnintf fe the
fana! Tnne after Wennrtatinn mmrM
filed in Balboa Magistrate's Court
yetferaay against victor m. ueu
mejo, a former convict well Known
to police. . ... mr ,,T
A warrant had been out since
last January lor the 25-year o'd
Panamanian who had been deoort.
ed in April 1955 after serving
term in Gamboa penitentiary,
The warrant cafled for his ar.
rest after he Was observed IstI
Jan. 10 on the uuva uuvs irau
in the Canal Zone. , i
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nn Jiilv 1 Belmeio was aeBre-
heeded in the Canal Zone, t iij
time at a spot in the Ancoa ar
near the old garbage dump.
in court thin moraine he waived.
preliminary hearing and wal
bound over lor tnai in v. -.m- w
tnct Court. . v
BaU fixed at $500 in each cas.
'was not 'posted; .;..:' rr ; e
trla face and naplr atill ahnv-
in the effects of the beating
im nn iBTi-nrivrr f-armein mhi-
nieri, 63, appeared in court yes yes-terrlav
terrlav yes-terrlav wearlns nalamas and
bedroom slippers. He is still a
patient in Goreas Hospital.
MaPnim ident lied an rour
pfrnilanta He rave clear
account of what he said hap-
pened ana iientuiea saxe as
tbe leader of the enartet, the
ne who approached bim, ask ask-in
in ask-in for the ride and whe told
him where tn o. j..
Walnlerl showed the court h!s
still-red eyes, the .black bruise
fanning out from one eye, and
v larve hlark hmlsed nlare
where he said the defendants
pulled a belt' around his neck
He also said th attacxers got
Wm on me grouna ana -srnia-
AA him like a hnre ktckine
bim and hitting him with their
- ueienoani eaxe wok. tne u"i
nri rnntradicted some nolnti of
the driver's testimony.
"It wasn't a belt." he saw .-it
was a handkerchief.'
Rave alsn admitted that the
men had planned ahead of time
to get" a taxi-anver.
Malnleri told the court he was
robbed of a $20 check "and about
$63. The check and part of the
money have been recovered.
The defendants' are chirged
specifically with the theft of
Mainierrs watch ana cao.
. Hart h tha Monay Ih Scare ia
th carrant ariva af tha Veteran
at FortifM Wart for fundi t tana
the VfW All-Star Teenae kMhill
taam ia Htnhay, Pa.. In
campat in the aatianal VFW taan taan-a.a
a.a taan-a.a batebill taurnamant 'rs -.
Centribatlenl may ba aialM ta
tha YfW Taanar Laifua.
20U, Caranay, C.Z.'
Raaaia4 at af Juna 2I..$15J 15
Furrhtr wiett Jly 5 20.00
Itthmian Contractor!, Inc. 25.00
B r O.t.U.at 1414, .
lalbaa ....,.....,. e'-OO
P.O.g. L. 1J42. ,
Nat arocacdl from aanca
ipoaiarid by Lt. Gar- V V-,
, V-, vyn H. Mumblow. VFW,
Fort N.. JI76. Crittt-
Sala af picturai fur 1 J-
' niihaa by Cart. 6aa-
, ais WH.,,;.- so oo
1 Tatal $2,01 0.7 J
American Joins ;
Century Club :
-'..,.'s '.f.'Ti ...
Upon conviction of driving in
autrmobile while intoxicated, John
Burney Spivey was fined $100- in
Balboa Magistrate's Court yester
The 43-year.old American was
driving e Chevrolet sedan along
Morrow Boulevard in Gamboa at
9:30 p.m. on July 7,
TEE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
- TUESDAY. JULY 18, 1351
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
m as m.mn mr th mnam ie Mina. me,
rOVMMP MILSON IKUNIIX IftS
HAMMoaie !. aorrwi
7. H trnrtr P. O. Boa 134. Panama, ft. p.
Tilimmn B-0T40 Linmi
Cabli Awnn panamMICAN, Panama
Qnei tl !? Cinthav Avrnmni prrwiiH Utm a no IStw emtna
. Pmmmt mnaniTTna joimua rgwui. inc.
V s4S maoiaoh Avs. Kiw vooic. I7 N. v.
I pn month - ,TO a. SO
t e.eo .. 92
' JOB VA. IN AOVAMCS ' S4.0O
this a Tout row rut tuorts own coiumh
1 TV. UmM a., h mm ktu tat nWM ef Tie rMi Aiirfa
Uftan m feeetiee1 eratafsUv u4 ere fcaadM la wkettf eealieWial
New Roads, but the Same Old Scenery
H m cwMk-M bftei eWt be tataetisat eeM7 eaeee ts
est day L m BnUbkea' to the efdet teiMV
tern to te see Mm letter Bmltee t mm Mt tenet.
Meetftf at mm writers M Ml wncrwr nnwraa.
M maaesis-Uirr tot stateeaeatt as
THE MAIL BOX
AIR CONDITIONED SCHOOLS
Vacation time Is pleasant for both children, and parents,
jut toward, the end, we parents are always glad to turn our
charges over to the care of our well-trained canal Zone teach-
?Howvar. ech mother who has sweated through a Visitor's
Cay program at a school, and watched the beads of perspira-
tlon dewing on teachers' and pupils' brow alike, must wonder
if we are beton fair to our children. '.. ,;
. wn sii av uuve iiuw iiuiuiu avuu uwahma
in adult's efficiency. Stateside planners long ago realized that
"Silldren simply could not concentrate during hot summer after-
. rfnnna ind rinri tn wLSQOm 10 matte uus vacauuu ncis
uii aims irmmr end vet ve eroect teachers to eet as good
results as they would in more temperate climates.' It is much
T ... i . . ... .antat1nn
to their crecut mas tney so oiveu cuius up w ur biiwuw.
nnvever we do not lite in the Dark Ages. Modern science
has given us the miracle of air conditioning, and since no-one
considers tne Panama uanai uo. 10 oe penunuua ui yuu uuuuw
1 this, look at the people who are suing to grab off some of the
' extra profits lor tnemseivesj we mouiers snuiua uw
iiu tn ti-o tn Bt all thM nehools air conditioned.
J Nobody quarrels with the truism that our future lies In
the hands of our children, ana roDoay unaeresummes mo uu-rtnrtMtti-
Af piiiiratinn. It is crobamv a mixture of lethargy
. and penny-pinching which has kept the CZ Government from
jartlng work on tnu project.
... Operation Bchools
NAVY'S TELEPHONE MANNERS
! The Navy should be ashamed of one of its men who works
at the MUltary Personnel office at Rodman. Yesterday I had
the unfortunate experience of being connected with this In Individual
dividual Individual by telephone. Actually I had called civilian personnel,
but the operator had given ma military personnel by mistake,
i This so-called "gentleman" did not know the reason for my
call, which was to contact Joe De Maria, organizer of the blood
bank which has been so helpful to citizens on both sides of
the border.. -.' f-: '.-' ;:
: Because 1 didn't have De Msria's phone number, I tried to
set it from civilian personnel., This obnoxious Navy man was
not only discourteous, he was downrlsht rude. My only re request
quest request of him was to look in the Navy phone book for the cor
rect number, since 1 was caiung irom rauam, wh w
fiiiiif. tn nhtain tti number, i--:
. He growled at, me aa If, I had asked him to Jumlnto the
Canal. 4 ..';,.. v., 'sk'-- .l 1
. Perhans th'- Navy mrn should, think less' of the ttsulauons
which are supp ed to govern his conduct while in the service,
and take Instead, a- course in common ordinary courtesy. It
might help hlni understand how.to.act with people
- '..L....r Here's Hoping
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
' Another week of this -hot, dry weather has passed and no
prospects for relief. A little thundershower dropped one-tenth
of an inch of rain early this morning, but you wouldn't know
It mm Vinim lota
' I see from clippings received from Panama all is ready to
meet President Eisenhower July 21 and a remark they are glad
to know is that Ike is a healthy man which is erroneous, as
Ike is a sick man indeed and if he intends to do any farming
in, his Gettysburg farm, he had better get out of politics at
onuB. viiauocs are yuu wuii cttio iu yuuusn uiu dui i nave
the proof direct from an Army clinlo doctor that has been
witching the case. - .. ... ,,. .
" Politics gets hotter every day, and If the Democrats Insist
n Stevenson for President they will not only lose the elections,
bdt will lose the Lone Star state. Their only hope is Harrlman
; and I don't know why 'my friend Crede Calhoun hangs onto
Stevenson. See Crede had quite a battle with Col. Blimp, but
' it -wis only the Democrats against the Republicans.
; Hear also the roads in Panama have gone to pot and Bo Bo-quete
quete Bo-quete is off the list as far as roads are concerned, but the air
ervice still operates and is not only good, but fares are reason reasonable.
able. reasonable. My sight is getting wone .every day but the American
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By VICTOR RIESEL
Anytime you feel a riot coming
on, I nave for you a weapon guar
anteed to craca a skua more ef
fectively than a sawed. off cue-
suck, a oaseoau oat or a ugnuy
rolled up newspaper. The weapon
was tried and tested by a raiding
party of over 200 men some weeks
tgo wnen toey used it on the
heads, bodies, arms and legs of
scores of orotner. unionists. It's
called a rigger'a tool.
This is a combination wrench.
crowoar "and chisel It s la to
18 inches long and some three
Inches thick. Yrith this in one hand
and a short chain in the other you
can, by comparison, make a long long-snoreman's
snoreman's long-snoreman's nook have the imoact
of leaves of grass.
The riggers' tool, and the chains..
were used by the raiding squad on
May 25 when it sped up to the
uenerai motors piant in Grand
Blanc. Mich., five miles south of
The autos screeched to a sloo
Tne raiders members of tne
Af L Riggers Union raced out
with military precision. They in invaded
vaded invaded the GM Fisher Body plant.
They swung their tools ana cuains,
and quickly turned May into may mayhem..
The raiders swarmed over other
AFL men memoers of another
union, the Millwrights '-and hit
hard, They broke arms, legs and
neads. Reports, which have been
autnenucated by police, and of
ficials of other unions, reveal that
when the victims tried to flee the
chains, they were intercepted. They
were bloodied and crushed into
tne ground. Their autos were
smashed with" chains and lead
Part of the miracle of Grand
Blanc is that only 10 worker.
wound up in hospital wards two
critically injured. Another part of
the miracle is that the rest of the
U.S. heard little of the raid, and
more mat aid, paid it no attlenuon
Yet it took five carloads of special
ponce armed with riot guns to
keep the peace after that. The
gendarmerie was stationed outside
GM's factory. 7
. ,Vtr i4Z?ltaus 4 .Lp .
m.- rr S
075 with the help of his family.
Tne plant, built by the govern
ment te supply nickel during the
WASHINGTON An Interesting ent. Kings Point, the Annapolfs
scandal has developed in the gov- of the Merchant Marine, ia located
ernment-Owned nickel plant at Ni-,ea Long Island in Congressman
caro,'Cuba, where the manageriWainwngbt's silk-stocking district,
of the plant bought a Cadillac with It is currently headed by Adm.
government funds, and where the Gordon MaeKlintock, who has an
paymaster helped himself to $10,- tagonized the shipping interests..
Recently Maritime administrator
Morse bluntly notified Admiral
MaeKlintock: "It's time for von
war, is now, being operated for to go. You've been at Kings Point
tne government ny- tne Kicie too Jong."
Processing Corp.. a subsidiary of Young Jonathan Wainwrieht. a
National Lead. I World War II- sea captain who
The general manager, who used rose from the ranks of seaman1
government money to buy the and was decoreated by President
Cadillac, ir O. i). Niedermey sr.! Roosevelt for heroism, in the Sa-'
Tne paymaster wno got tne aiu.oJ lerno mvasion, was groomed to
is Oscar Montane. ' I succeed MaeKlintock. Jonathan-
When this column aueried Na- had both congressional and White
tionsl Lead in New York about the House support for the job.
operations of its two employees,' But politics being what It is, the
there was no comment. National appointment had to be approved
TAil Asbtrf that wa call back.'bv tha local Reoubliean cttnmtk.
This was done four times man, e.nd he happened to b cous-
stiu ao comment i , jui stuyvesam. ; am tne congress'
trator of General Services who fame is his kinship with General
has charge of operating' govern
ment property, was reiresmngiy
frank. He- said -that hit agency
had detected the shortages in May
and promptly shot off a letter to
Wainwright, appears Jealous of the
He decided one prominent Wairt Wairt-w.ight
w.ight Wairt-w.ight was enough fat his district
and actively opposed Jonathan's
Mtcaei rrocessing uirp.,. say o.jappouHmeni as lungs roini .su-
asking that the matter oe cieaneq perintenaent. cousin btuyvensant
Ticklish State Dept. .Case
By PETER EDSON
WASHINGTON (NEA) Tes- ploye of another govern ra e n t
Answer to Previous Punt
Wife of U S.
at 22nd and
, 14th president
ll Small space
; unit .
18 Wife of
: 5 Tyndsreus
41 Crafty i
41 An (Seat)
4T Type of fur
II German silver
SPrayer ''' --
I Diminutive of
1 Armv laadert
Royal SocUtor 22 Waver
, e( Edinburgh 2JHaMrda
(ab. .T 24 Pilots.
I Girl's name 25 Begins
II Animal doctor 27 Biblical weed
II Her husband 29 Notion
. had many
38 Period of time
31 Puffs up
41 Rips .. .' '.'
41 Twelve 'TTl
months (pi.) ;
48 1051 (Roman)'
41 Sick t
93 Her husband
was a member
' of the in J
94 Fruit drink
The raiders (looked Into the GM
plant because they objected to the
members of tne Muiwngnt's union
installing some machinery which
the riggers believed should be put
up by riggers.
Tve waited about a month be
fore spreading these details around
tne countryside in tne nope tnat l
could find a happy ending to the
story. Maybe somebody would be
indignant at the settling of dis
putes with riggers' tools and chain
But it all has been accepted with
a yawn, me tug x awn. ..
The noint here is not who is
right or wrong in the dispute, but
how can this nation tolerate solu
tion by sluggings of the problem
of differences between two unions?
Pardon my being trite, but what
happens to law and orderT
it snoum be known that there
also are some bitter, explosive
but yet unbloody jurisdictional dis
putes now between former AFL
and cio unions. The disagree
ments are over thousands of lobs
involved mostly in the extension
and revamping of auto and steel
plants. Tne old CIO unions say
their men should do the work and
the old AFL construction unions
say their own oeoole are entitled
to the jobs.
Recently Steel Union chief. Dave
McDonald, and Carpenters Union
leader. Maurice Hutcbeson. at
down to dinner in Fritzl's in Chi-;
cago. In a few hours they worked
out their differences and set ud
what McDonald told me was an
"entente cordiale." So there won't
bo, any chain swinging and skull-
crushing when their two unions
These two men proved that you
need no riggers', tools to settle an
This week a committee
will meet in the new AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO headquarters ia Washington
to work out a formula to avoid
showdown battles between any un
ions. This committee is made up
of McDonald, Hutcneson, waiter
Reuther, Harry Bates of the Brick Bricklayers,
layers, Bricklayers, Joe Keenan of the Elec
trical workers, and Leiand Stan
ford Buckmaster-of the Rubber
Workers. George Meany will be
Their problem is not only to halt
civil war between unions out of tne
old AFL and CIO. but bloody war.
a la Grand Blanc, between former
AFL unions. .
The workers in America long
ago lost their proverbial "chains."
Yim aKAilt (Int. ttitf minnnA nafntf
real ones on each other's skulls.
tifying before Sen. Hennings' Ju
dic'ary Subcommittee on Consti
tutional Rights, Ex-Sen. and Sub
versive Activities control Board
member Harry Cain cited an
other of his cases intended to show
tha injustice of the Eisenhoer ad
ministration employe security pro
This example involved an un unnamed
named unnamed former U.S. State Depart
mcnt career diplomat with 25
years of service. According to
Sen. Cain, this Foreign Service
Officer was discharged in 1954 for
unauthorized disclosure of ciassi
fied data. Last ; February, the
FSO was reinstated, then: allowed
trt Tuion tit' he- could: collect a
retirement annuity a said ; to be
A .further check on this ease
reveals Jhat it may not be as
black 'and white nor -as simple
as outlined above. But It is a good
example of the kind. Of decision
that U.S personnel officers now
have to make in judging the fit.
nets of government employes to
stay on Uncle Sam't payroll even
when no security angles."" may be
'All the details of this case can t
be revealed for diplomatic rea reasons,
sons, reasons, but the general circum circumstances
stances circumstances can be told. The record
begins with the discovery uui ue
wxMnfftnn embassy of one for-
eign government call it coun
try A had oeen aoie to
.... nt Um ont ai an emnloye
in h Washincton embassy of
Then it was reported that at a
...!,, ;i n.Vtv In tha caoital. a
State Department Foreign Service
Oflicer had been overneara wu wu-tag
tag wu-tag a representative of Country
A that the U.S. government knew
..t.. rnnnirv a'i agent was in
r.iniin It's pmbassv.
The person said to have over overheard
heard overheard this disclosure was an em-
agency. Horrified by the indiscre
tion, he reported the Incident to
The FSO was called on the car carpet
pet carpet by his superior and asked
for an explanation. He denied that
ne naa made the disclosure
ensrged against him.
Up to this point the case had
been one of government seeuritv
the unauthorized disclosure of
classified information to a foreign
power. With the denial it also be became
came became a question of the accused's
integrity. ,:; -.
The case was referred- to State
Department 25 personnel office
wnicn -promptly ouced it back to
Foreign Service for furthdr in.
ves-tigation.. A top-level, three-
member panel was convened for a
hearing which lasted six weeks.
The informant who said he had
heard the original disclosure at
the cocktail party was pamed. He
furnished an affidavit Later he
appeared before the panel and
was cross-examined by the panel
on his testimony, though there
was no actual confrontation of the
accuser and the accused.
Eventually the panel recom
mended the FSO'S dismissal.
Tha discharged emblova and Ma
attorney then got busy. In due
course they came in with an affi affidavit
davit affidavit from the representative of
Country A to whom the original
up. 1 --
There have been subsequent dis discussions
cussions discussions with the company about
Niedermeyer and Montane, and
the General Services Administra Administration
tion Administration has forwarded the entire file
to the Justice Department for pos
sible y criminal prosecution, Mon
tane hat now returned $8,000,
while Niedermeyer is paying Die
government on the installment
plan. He still has about SiOO to
pay. :Ul lU.K; J., v..'' Uis v......
LANGIR FOR PRISIDINT
even instructed his office staff he
was "not in" to -Jonathan, in case -the
captain should drop, by- the
Office.: '"'. s ".-t i v: J" -:
Result: Jonathan's appointment
was dropped. f The Maritime Ad-,
ministration is looking for some someone
one someone else to succeed Admiral Mae :
' Idaho's 'moody ? Sen". ; Herman
Welker : has been' buttonholing
Southern senators, begging them
to -vote against the controversial
federal dam at .Hells Canyon. He
reminds them that he has usually
voted with them against civil
rights bills, wheras senators fa favoring
voring favoring Hells Canyon 'are for civil
rights. "I need your vote in order
to get re-elected," Welker pleads
. . Senate Majority Leader Lyn-
anlnn tn run far President. Hnn 3nhnoh' wnrklntf behind tha
and I want your support," ha told 'scenes to push the Hells Canyon
each senator gravely. project, ''called a private strategy
milu k .Uk a..tt4.Vli lei Vfti a ltnaoHHal In kisl kfiA Ila inlti tha
disclosure wasjupposed to havehe .dd'ed: ' ". J bill's sponsors about -Welker's loo loo-been
been loo-been made at the cocktail party.) i have an tinbeatsble platform.lbyii.g and urged that they get
une new affidavit declared that; j am 0ider than Eisenhower. I busy counteracting it He hanaed
tn signer had never heard any ,m ,icker than Eisenhower. Andla long list, of senators to Wash Wash-such
such Wash-such disclosure "a W atlsiwl int. j .u. k. ha1!.". K,.o-Ca WovmM Mao.
Langer, North Dakota Republican,
strode' into the Senate restaurant
the other day, toured the tables
shaking hands with fellow sena senators,
tors, senators, and announced his candidacy
for President of the United States
on the Republican ticket
have been made by the U.S. For-ldo,'
ein service Officer. ; x . I r jyio 0MP1TIN0
; ':..' ...'' '.'.' ... 1 f" IWAIMWBIfiHTi f-'r
Cnnfnthtpil with ihU ttt. Wm !...,.,
davit '. and also because there
was only, one witness testifying
to the contrary the State De-
nuson. Maenuson hesitated. He
had; some hectic TV hearings to
preside over. Suddenly Montana's
Sen. Mike .Mansfield barged in
and announced to Magnuson: VI
Tnnithn Wainwrifht V. son of iust read on the. news ticker that
the Corregidor hero, was blockedithe Republics nave picked your
M.rrtmnt Marine Acidemv bv his as their keynote speaker."
cousin; Wucblood GOP Congress-j Magnuson digested the news for
man Sluy vesant -Wainwrigh. - a moment then turned to John-"
Irony is -that Stuyvesant Wis son and. said firmly: ."Let's see
elected to Congress largely by -the that list." . Increasing drought
partment decided to reinstate the from Heading the Kings -Point opponent (Gov, Arthur Langlie)
uir.uiiin ana men permit
him to i retire, (o, collect -his pen-
,This easy way, out was regard regarded
ed regarded as satisfactory to all. The re-
tired, FSO won personal vindica vindication
tion vindication and the government was able
to close the record on a trouble-
some personnel problem.
The record is being cited as
typical of the ticklish eases the
government must handle at long
as' there is a separation of au authority
thority authority over security, loyalty, per personal
sonal personal suitability and character as aspects,
pects, aspects, of its personnel policies.
famous name of Jonathan's father.
Stuwesant has named a son after
Gen. Jonathan Wainwrlght, who
defended Correaidor until the Japs
overwhelmed it at the outbreak of
World War IL and it was because
of this close association that many
New Vorkers voted to send him
in the Middle West and Southwest
has the Agriculture Department
worried. It could rival the terrible
drought of the 1930's, Latest area
to be hit is the corn belt of Mis Missouri,
souri, Missouri, Iowa and Nebraska. Many
farmers already are 'preparein
to sell their livestock ., Mean
while, Secretary Benson ;cuims
Hut .nnnintm.nt nf a ntnerin. that his Dresent drought program
tendeot of Ktngi Point was differ- : (Continued M fage : i
I l h f i I p f f f ,i rfT
.tt::5i::f ( 2$
MILK AND HONEY Marie
Petersen, "American Dairy
Princess for 1958," sets the
mooood for her visit to New
York City as the carries a
model cow from the plane
which brought her to New
York City. Marie hails Item
Saaaatientl aaw grulM J
Cuticura Medicated Liquid
topi akin diacomlort I
inttantlytpeedt ra- I
liaf of aitaraally I
eaused pimplea, J
raihas, mosquito I
bites, fmh aunburn, I
athlete's foot. Buyl
'.''.' ''::::'!;'; i.i,
8 Luncheon Sett.
1 Butter Knife
1 Sugar Shell
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TCESDAT.'JUIT 19, 1956
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'Jungleaires To Break Up Quartet
Sing Swan Song At JWB On Sunday
TSI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
fir Kh -K
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part, sad In the fact that they
are no longer an orgaruzea suit-
tag group, but happy in the re realization
alization realization that they did have the
ODDOrtunltv to meet and sine
And the town of Balboa, toe
USO-JWB Armed Force Servict
Center,. Gorgas Hospital, and
many other organizations are
happy, too, to have r had the
Sieasure of Knowing ana usien usien-ig
ig usien-ig to the "Jungleaires."
Younc) Housewife l
Hangs Self In ; :
?nd Suicide Try
' DENVIIXE,' N:' July (UPV-
:A vntind mnlhf .wKa Yin A
Hayter. the bari-'in .mpirf- atfmYit.? hnH
tone voice-of the "Junirieaires- ,,,. ln tte living, room of her
and Immediate past president oI.home here yesterday while her
The "Junglealres," a dynamic
barber shon auartet of the Ca
nal Zone chapter of the Society
for the preservation and Encourr
aeement of Barber Shoo Quar
tet Singing in America, will pull
the curtain on its own career on
Sunday at the USO-JWB Armed
Forces Service center.
The Juneleatres" fast becom
ing a legend to the youngsters
and a synonym for "I remember
when ." to trie adults or me
Canal Zone, are involuntarily
disbanding as of July .18. Duty
beckons. ..and tne, auartet re-
USAT Maf. Gerald Hayter re
turns with his wife and dauen
ters to. the United states after
period of three years in tne
MRS' JOSEPH E. JOHNSON pins new shoulder boards on her husband, newly appointed Cap Cap-SjcS
SjcS Cap-SjcS E. JohnsDH, USN. Commanding Officer. Naval, Communication BUSm. Balboa.
CV Johnson received his appointment recen tiy in the office of Rear Admiral Clarence L.
C?Wen?USN7cS Dlslrict (left). The Joluisons, who live at Head- 5
Assistantefeiids Defense Deptr
WiispriJDn Secrecy Clasific!6hs
W ASTTTNGTOTJ. Julv 10 (UP)
-Assistant Defense- Secretary
Robert TTIdd Ross said today the
Defense J Department never uses
secrecy-labels C0T?r ,up
Ross told a House government
national security, is the only ttst
used by the .department in w-j
ciding wnetner to witnnom w
The -subcommittee,. headedi by
Rep; John, E. Moss, (D-Calu.),j
aummoned Ross for questionrac;
in -connection with its investl investl-imtim
imtim investl-imtim of alleged sunpression of
public information by- federal a-rj
genmes.,' t i t.
pnsa said the subcommittee
had received complaints the De-j
lense Department has restricted
information to the public and to
Congress1 "without necessity : or
Justification.'? t,tX'. :
He 4ald the department also
had been jtccused of releasing
infoMnatlon "twisted o express
hkrtieular viewDOint.M and of
tniinwi'htr other practices which
restrict or channel the. flowof
lnf nrmatinTi -. Av y 1
Ross said, there is fo precise
Prop Breaks Loose,
Kills One Passenger
the wircWof 5SW- JWDTOSQB.: Ont;ji
for releasing informa-
the last analysis, ne
-."Sound ludamint 'J cannot ""-be
legislated or assured by admin administrative
istrative administrative decreC' the defense of
ficial said. j P ? i y-r-'r
Ross defended Defense Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Charles E. Wilson's action
in making secret a letter writ written
ten written by Gen.-Matthew B. Rldg Rldg-way
way Rldg-way last year when Ridgway jre jre-tiMvi
tiMvi jre-tiMvi aa Arm chief t)f staff. The
letter" strongly criticized admin
istration CUIS W ATJUJ IUuyuw
V Ross said the secrecy, classifi classification
cation classification was'-justifled because the
letter, which: came just prior w
Ti,ii vi.9- nmmtt. ; p.onference.
would have had an "adverse ef ef-f4
f4 ef-f4 it President Eisenhower s
iwiM df fnrts ,' j r -'-'.'i
Ross said Wilson's actiorw was
fentirely within thf spirit -and
letter", of a presidential: direc directive
tive directive permitting a secrecy : label
on nWens information -which
mleht teonardize, lnternatlonali
relations if itwaswade rnbhc,
' THEY'RE CAPITOL CANCAN DANCERS Chorus line
' formed by members of the Congressional Secretaries' Club
. 'kicks up its heels on-Capitol steps in preparation for the
group's fourth aimual variety show. This year's production
. f is named "Revlsin and actendin'. .. --i ; ;' j t k f. f
WHAT'S COOKING, MAMIE? In Washington, D.C., the1
- ; First Lady receives the 19,000th copy of a book entitled "Who
, 'Says We Can't Cook?", published by the Women's National
Press Club. Presenting the book to Mrs: Eisenhower is Jose Jose-,
, Jose-, phlne Ripley of the Christian Science Monitor, chairman of the
jCook Book Co.Timittee. ,
SPEBSQSA,; extended his term
In the Canal Zone to be able to
prolong the life of the quartet.
Extension time has expired' but
not his ability to sine. 5
A-lc Maurice Alfred, provides
the notes that come from a-
round the region of one'a toes
A singer; whose voice has great
depth and range, "Maury" Is the
"baby of the outfit- with re
gards to length of service. Mau
ry lined tne gap ieit vacant tate
in 1955 and quickly became an
Integral part of the foursome.
The man wno provides tne
melody is S-Sgt. John William Williamson.
son. Williamson. The 1955-56 conductor of
the EPEBSQSA chorus, John Is
an accomplished musician, as
are Hayter and Alfred, and he
July 10 (UP) (UP)-r'
r' (UP)-r' ripped loose
speedy Trans-Canada Vis
count airliner 19,000 feet over flat
Bock, Michl yesterday and smash'
ed into the fuselage killing n e
person and injuring five ethers.
The four-engine, turbo, prep
plane, en route from Chicago to
Torunto, Ont., with 31 passengers
anJ four crew members. made
an emergency landing at Windsor
airport on three engines.' Air offi official
cial official said the accident was the
fault of a "ninaway- propeller
The dead woman was Mrs. Rob
ert Lippert, v wife of Dr. Robert
Lippert, itocnester, Minn. &ne was
sitting with her two sons, -Robert,
3. and James..' 21 months. i
The boys were not iniurea ai.
thoeeh Robert was taken to
Windsor hospital suffering from
shock. James was : taken to the
home of an airlines official.
Also taken to the hospital were
five wounded passengers, one with
a .leg fracture ?r-
" Air' traffic4: officials at-' retoirt
Wavne Major airport' said the pi
lot first called them and said he
wa? flying at 19,000 feet with a
prop out of control,
Shortly after, be reported the
prop had broken and asked to be
allowed to make an emergency
landing at Windsor which was
mm fit., it.
The plane unaea wiia no lururer
To Quit NATO -Over
LONDON. Jul? 10 (UP) Offi
cial sources said yesterday that
Turkey has threatened to quit the
NATO alliance if Britain permits
the union of Cyprus with Greece.
The threat .of Turkeys loss to
the western alliance has caused
concern both to U." S. officials and
the leaders of the British Common
wealth nations who onferred here
last week, the, sources said.
As a result, they said, there Is
a growing realization that .Turkey
mu'tfbe "taken into account" in
any .settlement determining tne iu iu-tiire
tiire iu-tiire of the violence-torn Mediter-
raLeao island colony; w
' th officials stated that Turkey's
firm stand h necessitated a -redrafting
of a British plan to offer
Cyprus, sen rule, as well as the
prospect of self determination
within the next 10 qr l5 years:
; This' plan is now aeaa we 01 01-ficials
ficials 01-ficials said., British officials were
expected to disclose a modified
new plan shortly, probably later
this. week.. .-j.
t The sources said ,it would offer
t lam measure of serf -rule at a
pre-arranged date, the ; sources
: Greek Cypriots, who form about
80 per cent of the island's popula popula-t,n
t,n popula-t,n i aritatinf for an eventual
imii-n with -Greece. Cypriots of
Turkish origin, numbering the re
maining" 20 per cent 01 tne popu population,
lation, population, are Opposed to' a hnk up
with Greece. ;
Th Turkish government has
M it would lav claim to the Is-
the event 01 any pian to
with Greece. 5
husband and four-month-old ton
slept upstairs- t : :
Mri. Claire Rich, 25,. was found
hanging from a plastic clothesline
tied to a balcony railing after her
husband, Charles W, Rich, Jr.,
was awakened by an alarm clock.
R'ch, who said his wife always
turned off the alarm, 'lumped out
of bed and raced -downstairs to
fmd his wife's body dangling from
the living room balcony.'
Seeks Oldest ;
Street Car J
utilized hisxapabilitles i kw C. Mullet, who runs atranspor atranspor-for
for atranspor-for music to direct the Canal ;..,inB mil.,lim m.Hn
Zone Chapter of SPEBSQSA .toijpc-rtrf effort to do rieht bv old
a most successful nnaie in tne cua boldest street car in the
chapter's annual presentation votfa u,
of chorus and quarters held at . Mailer -said the ancient electii electii-the
the electii-the Balboa Theater In April. lcal 'vehicle1, which the Cleve'and
The "little" fellow who pro- Transit Svstem v to th Ford
vides the notes that fly In the ijuyeum in Dearborn, Mich., two
sky and seem to be unreachable vmpi am. U "sittina nut in the
is tenor Paul Ft Helton, the ores- weather : with no protection .or
ident Of the local SPEBSQ3 A. without even a badly needed coat
Aitnoue-n ne na pracucany no of oaint" ?
formal knowledge of music, Fred ; He wants the Transit Board to
la an Instinctive note-finder and 'set old 0140 back in Ohio. At the
a natural harmonizer. 1. I museum now is 4144, v the laat
So, four boys who never knew street ear to run in Ohio, and Mul Mul-each
each Mul-each other two years ago, de- lcr wants to give it company.
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1,000 US Students
Now In Mexico
For Summer Study
'MEXICO CITY. July 10 (UPV (UPV-More
More (UPV-More than 1,000 American stu
dents, including several d e 1 e n
from the University of Miami, are
taking special courses in Mexico
this summer, it' was reported to today.
day. today. The students have enrolled at
the University of Mexico' here for
six. week courses in Spanish, Mex Mexican
ican Mexican history, literature and econo
The Miami contingent is enroll
ed tit Benito Juarez University in
the southern provincial capital of
Oaxaca for a special summer
I course conducted by the Florida
.-'institution. , ... 1 .. ..
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now at TaddinjlOB. tbeta car car-tiflcataa
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mm of th aniuial famoa
foundation, ; ,:
that startled, the iriost '7
exacting: craftsmen ?
rr MOWN the world over as the movements were to be lubjected, in company
JLV ultimate authority on the testing of with large chronometers, to the most stringent
iimepieco.Kew Observatory in England tc in trworid. The experts were dubious t
recorded in 1950 results that startled the but Rotex were confident, ,,,
most'exacting, the most blast trafttmen f For 44 days, in five positions and at three
in our industry-. ' watch wereUsttL
Rolex entered more than 100 of their'small And when theirpoints iwere totalM, m ....
n-nVwatche, (23.7 tm.fa diameter) for "2-
chronometer test.n-i-for testing that is rdly beheve their eyes.
usually given only to large chronometers. The The incredible number of 140 Rolex move-
; ments nag quaiintq lor ana wai awaroeu
' The full force of this achievement becomes
clearer when you realize that the smaller the
watch movement the more difficult it is to f
attain the accuracy necessary to pass such
Stringent tests driginajly designed for chrono-. y
meters of far greater diameter. .-, V.
. For watches so small to be so good means -only
one thing that the best of workman- ?
ship and the highest technical skill go into
them. And it is this standard that makes
Rolex the world's first wrut-ohrooometer.
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Piano Virtuoso To Be
Tibor Yurtl, talented Belgian The Second World War inter,
piano virtuoso, will present a rt-rupted hit studies, but with the
cital of familiar compositions tc-j cessation of the world conflict,, he
morrow on ine usu-jwb Armei renewed ins studies of piano and
Forces Service Center's monthly
' concert program. The recital be
gins at 8 p.m. : ;
, Vusu s latest successful cod cod--
- cod-- quests were of audiences in the
I Lnited States and Central Amer
ica, and he is presently on tour eludes
composition in the Conservatory of
Brussels where, in competition
with 52 other candidates, he once
again was awarded the g t a n A
pnre oi vinuosuy. s v i
Be program for tomorrow in-
that will encompass most of South
Yusti was born in Ambers Bal-
gium, in 1928. From childhood he
became fascinated with comnosi-'
tion. havine written short musical
pieses even before he had begun his1
siuaies in harmony and counter counter-harmony.
harmony. counter-harmony. His first formal pianist pianist-1c
1c pianist-1c education started at the age of
in, ana in a year's time be made
his first public appeance, ejecut.
ing the works of Schubert, Schu Schumann,
mann, Schumann, and Belgian composers.
' A year later, when he w a s
scarcely 12, Yusti won the First
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diately began harmonic studies in, ,nritfa tl
the Music Academy where his I ast SSis sSfic!St Con
nmH uoc ih.f asier areas is suiucieni . ton-
Beethoven's Sonata Anassionata.
Op. 57; Schumann's Romania in
F Sharp and Intermezzo; Liszt's
"San Francisco Caminando Sobre
las Olas" and "Sueno de Amor.";
Rachmaninoff's Prelude, C Sharp
Minor op. a and Pouchinela, Op.
3, and Knatcnaturian s Tocata.
There is no charge for service
men. General charge for residents
of the Canal Zone and of the Re
public of Panama is $1.
progress was so rapid that he ter
jninated three-year course in one
Vear. Because of his perfection,
he was, transferred to the Nation National
al National Conservatory of Amberes and
alwvst immediately obtained the
First Prize in Harmony. ...
At the ace of .14. four years aft-;
cr initiating bis studies. Yusti en mao n.r. h A-tw
I?r ?e competition for the fused Jo pay any attention to the
ISrnnd National Prize of Virtuos:-nmmiit vnte whon rnn.
1'--.y "nd earned first place and the; gresswoman Edith Greeof Ore Ore-.
. Ore-. Belgian government's silver med-lgon tried to get action last week,
al. During this same period, he re-Barden ran roughshod over her,
reived me Uipiomt of Honor for, indicated he would move when he
Chamber Music. 'felt like it, no sooner.
gressman Uraham Barden of
North Carolina has tucked th bill
extending minimum waees to re.
tail clerks in his vest pocket and
there it remains The House
Labor Committee, of which Bar
den is chairman, voted weeks ago
to noia nearings on tne minimum
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lADIES GATHER TO MEET ZONE'S FIRST LADY ., ,1 ..
AT TEA GIVEN BY MRS. HUGH ARNOLD ,v ,
A wide representation f the socially active women of the
Canal Zone met -the new Governor's wife Mrs. William E.
1 t otter and ber charming danghters yesterday afternoon at a
. tea given by Mrs. Hugh Arnold at the Aloreok Officers' Club.
In the receiving line were Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. Potter, Miss
Susan Rath Potter, Miss Jo Ann Potter, Mrs. H. W. SehuU
and Mrs. Warner Rodiman. i
- The ladie who poured at the attractively decorated table
'were Mrs. Julian F. Harrington, Mrs. William K. Harrison,
- Mrs. Loaii T. Heath, Mrs. Thomas L. Harrold, Mrs. Louis V.
. High tower, Mr. Clarence L. C. Atkeson Jr., Mrs. Truman H..
Landon and Mrs. W. C. Morse. r
lastille Diy r t i
At French Imbassy
Charge d' Affaires of the French
Embass M. Marcel Ollivier and
Mm. Ollivier will give a recep
tion at the French Embassy, July
14 U celebrate Bastille. Day.
French Diplomat :. t
The French Ambassador to Cos Costa
ta Costa Rica If. Chambon is visiting
her. .., v
. Oespedids For :
t: Colonel Robert Robertson was
guest of honor recently ai a pany
, given by a (roup oi bis inenas ai
Albrook Officers' Club. Colonel
Robertson U leaving soon for the
States. 1 vN
Dr )lod Mrs.' Fedroschi
Down From teqoete
Dr. and Mrs. Carlos Pedreschi
f Bcqueta will arrive by plan to.
morrow to vist her parents Mr.
and Mrs. Carl-Axel Jnsen of Cam Cam-po
po Cam-po Alegre.
Navy Officers' Wiv
Mrs. C.L.C. Atksn
The Naval Officers' W I v e s
. rinh will hv the nleasur of wel
coming Mrs. Clarence L. C. At.
Keson, wue oi xne new lommana lommana-arit
arit lommana-arit of the Fifteenth Naval Dis District;
trict; District; at its July meeting-. The club
is looking forward to Mrs. AtkeT
sod's leadership and guidance in
all its activities.' ..t, .t
The July meeting will be held
on Tuesday, the seventeenth, at
12:'.0 in the Bella Vista Room of
tne Hotel kA Panama.' A program
of dances will be given in cooper cooperation
ation cooperation with Mrs, Cecilia Pinel de
Remon, director of the National
School of the Dance. Five Anda Anda-lusian
lusian Anda-lusian numbers, with the music of
Alfcenii and others, will be pre presented
sented presented by the pupils of Mrs. Bian.
ca Korsi de Ripoll.
U. And Mrs. Sims
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos ri Jan An
Jr. gave a dinner at their home
recently in honor of Lt. and Mrs.
Laoa Sims. Mrs. Sims was the
former Miss Priscilla Navarro.
Diamonds Chang Rsidnc :
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Diamond
have moved to House 4-38 on 40th
Street in Panama. Their new
pnone numDer is z zm.
San Bias Invitation
Reservations are still being ac accepted
cepted accepted for the plane-launch trip t
the colorful San Bias Islands
scheduled for Sunday, July 22 and
29, under the sponsorship of the
USO-JWB Amred Forces Service
The National Tourist Bureau of
Panama is offering, during its In
dian Summer trips, another excit-
iag excursion to the distinctively
native islands of the Cuna Indians.
Always an attaction to tourists,
th colorful Cunas will display!
the charm and tneir wares that
have made their islands a "must-
see" spot Tor Panamanians and
Caaal Zonians. i
For further Information and res-1
ervations.1 please telephone Balboa
432V from 1:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and
1:3 p.m. -4: 30 p.m. After 4:30 p.m.
and on weekends, telephone calls
may be placed with Balboa 1072.
Each aeHce for inclusion ia this
coram should b submitted in
hrpo-writtc form ins miilca to out
r rho ou moors fcttod doily M
"Social and Otherwise," or Oclivor-
od by kaii to th othct. Notices of 1
mwrinas cMMot acceotoa ay
American Legion ; ;
Auxiliary N. 1
rtt American Legion Ausuiarr
Unit No. 1 regular woataly meet meet-in
in meet-in will be held at the American
Legion Club tonight at 7:30 p m
-Mrs. Betly Malone will give a
talk on Civil Defense. All mem
ben are urged to attend.-
LIARN HAWAIIAN SICRIT
,OF FINIAFFLI SHKBIRT ;
. ly SAYNOR MADDOX
.. NIA Feed and Markets Iditor
n vMra. Jaa Clark f Honolulu,
warm-hearted and hespitaW al always,
ways, always, visited aur home recently.
' W talked enthusiastically about
beautiful Riwaii. She gave us
. turn cooli" and caleric-re-
suiiitd recipes th kind, she
aatd, ptopla in the islands always
C (Makes I'-cup srvinfs)
? (Caiori cwtt: 7
Hf clris per rvbtf )
'ir ' .'.v'-... :5'1"
' Oh cup drained canned crushed
. innannle ', 1.1 eun erane eoneen.
trati, 1 -cup light corn syrup, 1-3
cup-water, l taoiaspoon i idoi
Juice, 1-3 cup instant nonfat dry
' "milk' powder;" w ;j;''hV:..
'' Set rafrif erator control at cold cold-tit
tit cold-tit point. Combine pineapple and
' arange concentrate. Stir In" corn
vriiB. Paur mixture in rem f era
tor tray.1 Freeze until firm. Com
bine water and lemon juice in
dep 1' quart bowl. Sprinkle in in-iir.t
iir.t in-iir.t minfot drv tntltr Mwder etver
sarface. Beat with rotary beater
r electric mixer a w iu minuies
r until stiff enough to hold peaks.
V a a t mneannle mixture until
smooth. Fold. in whipped nonfat
dry milk. Return 40 freexing tray.
Frees until firm, about 4 to 5
Sn(isl aarvinr note: 'Far- srala
ccasions, split fresh pineapple
in Mir, retaining wie leaves wn
each half.' Carefully remov the
, ctrter pi one.balf of the pineapple.
...ft!.. J Int. Btllr Fill
. th ravltv nt nineannle half with
Aloha Sherbert. Garnish with re-
served sticks ; and maraseniao
; ckerries or fresh fruit in season.
Frosty Orap Dessert
(Mikes IVs-cup servinas) .
. : (Clerl Ctunt:
ft alrlt Fr sarvtnfl) J ;
i An iiri'ojtr W run Instant
stenfat dry1 -milk powder, V cup
. ...i 1.11, i
- sugar, i cup grap juice, cbwou,
1 tablespoons lemon juice, chilled.
Set refrigerator control at cold coldest
est coldest point Combine water, instant
eofat dry milk powder and sugar
in small saucepan. Place over low
haft, stirring constantly, until
' o,isFr 1 rlitn1vit Oiill Wmtr a
iinall amount of the combined
rap and lemon juices int non nonfat
fat nonfat Arw milk tnirhira- heat with a
Miry beater, adding remainder
' ( juice gradually. Pour into re.
mgerator tray, f reeze to a musn.
atamovo mirhira in rhillerl howl.
Mast -with a Tfttanr hiater until
leiooth but hot melted. Return to
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A proved hf or g
m a nv
saoro mothers ond
tablet talM tmtf""
; the prrftrtad td- .IwaWiui.
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LITTLE SURPRISES ARE GEMS
TO MAKE MARRIAGE
Little surprises do a lot to perk
up a marriage.
A stay-at-home husband tele telephone
phone telephone his wife and says, "That
movie you said you wanted to see
is on. Let'a go c to dinnfr n1
catch the aecoaa ."
, For th rest of the day the stay-at-home's
wife thinks, "That was
thoughtful of Jim" and hums as
she goes about the dullest chores.
A wife .whose 1 husband usually
takes care of writing monthly
eheck and balancing th check-
ooojc decides to surprise mm by
doing the job herself. He comes
home tired and says, "Well, I
guess I'd better get at the book bookkeeping,"
keeping," bookkeeping," When she explains it is
all done, he knows she thought of
him during the day and trjed. to
neip our.;;,., ,:a
A husband brines hi wife a sift.
not because it is her birthday or
aa anniversary but simply be because
cause because he saw something in a store
that he thought she would like to
have. However little it may have
cost, the gift has' a special mean meaning
ing meaning for her.
A wife saves up enough money
to buy her husband the fishing
tackle he has wanted but hasnl
bought because he knows it is an
extravagance. And tne husoand
knows that his wife still considers
that what he wants is as impor
tant as what she wants or what
the kids want.
A husband who never helps in
the kitchen notices that his wife
looks tired and says suddenly,
"Now you sit down and don't
move out of that chair. I'm going
to do the dishes tonight." It's a
ball hour's work but in more tnaa
words it tells the wife that, she is
loved and cherished.
A wife turns down a party invi
tation aha would really like to
accept because ber husband is
working; hard on a business proj
ector's little thing. But it is
big, too, for it shows him that
sne jtnows wnai ne is going
through and that his welfare
comes first with her.
Any fottU surprise, bised on
thoughtfulness, has the power to
bring a couple closer together,
and to keep a 6 marriage from
Vanv Babies have, sled ouite
hannilv itiirina th aarlv mrttnha I
in a carriage. If space or money
is limited, pick the carriage in instead
stead instead of the bassinette so that
Baby and mother will be mobile, i
A' youth bed is nice to have if
the second Baby claims the crib.
But a grown-up bed will do lust
as well, if it's impractical to buy
the smaller one. A chair pushed
against the side may reassure Ba
by when be first sleeps in the bed.
Many parents can't manage it,
but it's wise to decide on a girl's
name and a boy's name before the
mother-to-be reaches term. Once
in the hospital, opportunity for dis discussion
cussion discussion is limited and the birth
certificate may be issued to "Ba
by Smith" and have to be amend
ed later.' ,' :, i
. : 1 :.
When, the almost-inevitable fin-
fer-smaBfaing accident occurs to
iaby, it's the parents who are
more likely to faint. There is dan dander
der dander of shock: with Baby and first
aid procedures should certainly be
employed, out me acciaeni is less
serious to Baby than to an adult.
A firm mattress Is important to
Babv In his infancy ; and all
all Ihrniiffh his childhood If he
needs a rubber, mattress for aller
gic reasons, get a special board
to go between the mattress and
spring, '.- V "l;
The first visit of Baby to his
mother after birth .generally
doesn't Involve real feeding. So
there's no need, to fret if he's a
breast Baby and seems to get no nothing.
Council To Moat
At Quarry Heights
The regular monthly meeting of
the Distaff Executive Council' wiu
be held 8 a.ml Thursdy at the
Quarry Heights Officers' Club;
. tffihlieht of the meeting will be
the observance of the Fourth An
niversary of the Distaff Organiza Organization
tion Organization and an address by Mrs. Char.
lott Kennedy on "Rescue Work
and Home Proteetion." Mrs. Char-
toite Kennedy has recently return-
. .... .1 l L.J..
ea torn aueoaing w
al Civil Defense course for wom women
en women on this phase of civil defense.
It was conducted by the Federal
Civil Defense Administration Res Res-Srhoot.
Srhoot. Res-Srhoot. Olnev. Maryland 1 for
distaff reDtesentatives from vari
ous civil defense and disaster con-
tnt organizations. f
. The second week of Mrs. Kenne Kenne-rfv
rfv Kenne-rfv visit was devoted to attend-
in a nation-wide conference of
Federal Civil Defense representa representatives.
tives. representatives. All distaff volunteers, inter
esled military personnel and the
eeneral public are invited to at
tend the Dislau Executive louncu
mepting. : ,u
Arts And Craft
Group Of Belbea
The Arts and Crafts Group of
A girl should never accent
corsne from a boy in such a ca casual
sual casual manner that she seems to
have expected it as her due. A
young man goes to trouble and
expens to brin tw
Ilowera and she ahanin ....
prised and Bleased hv hi.
thoughUuines.:,--, r -- i
s..?'fi "hlf charming a-
the Balboa Women's Clnh j,-.
ember. Members will be noti-
;m.ren e to be re-
Knlohts Of CalumhLa:
Mooting Tonight ', '
t??ie re8ul'T mfetin t Cris Cris-i??fLCoimciJ,
i??fLCoimciJ, Cris-i??fLCoimciJ, 1689 of t h e
w vmumous will meet
this evening at T:S0 o'cloek in the
Knight Home in Margarita.
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Ident Aurlnti a visit to Panama,
He itid he went to see Peron out
at personal -curiosity ,aaa tnaj ne
,U. HI 1M t. W i
, through friends. :
t He declared he had not met Pe-
ron hffnm then.
,.f k intavwiaai mn mm
; Bueno d los Riot said he sought
sylufe in .the Uruguayan Embas-
iv in. Asuncion, raraiuay, wnen
h understood the Paraguayan au
EoWtiei were looking for him to
Bueno de los Bios, who hat been
fivinr in exile for many years in
Argentina, said he was invited on
two occasions to join the Peronis-
ta party but he rerusea on dou
He added that he was Jailed for
two months in the, rormosa pouce
station following revolt at Con-
eepcion, Paraguay, in 1947 against
i the Asuncion government,
."It was Peron who gave arms
to the Asuncion government to
down the liberating revolution in
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TJTICAi N.T. f UP) The Ben.
4ix Aviation Corp. has come- up
, with a nma "rainbow wirine art-
im whkh Is giving a lift to air-
IdanuTpd guided missuet of the
wodernMeihr age. .
1 Colored wirintf msulatioa usutL
4r installed for identification of
, Circuits Jas been Improved by the
SclntilleMMvision of Bendix to re-
1st moBture, fire and fungus.
Cttdrai Steiner. ceneral man.
(fer efthe Scintilla division, said
wiring circuits using ft new ther ther-mnatarJrvnaterlal
mnatarJrvnaterlal ther-mnatarJrvnaterlal and installed on
the engine, fire detection system of
modern plane ended a moisture
probl!ra that had caused the sys system
tem system to give false fire warnings.
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1622. 2-1622. ".
FOR SALE.- I.S.A. motoreycl.
50ee, Rarfie Arciniaf at, Juan I.
Seta Straat No. 69. Phon 2 2-5426
5426 2-5426 Panama.
Comes Up Before
House Of Lords
LONDON. July 10 (UP) The
Ho;ise of Lords votes tonight on
the second reading of Britian's
controversial bill to abolish capi
Observers expected the Arch
bishop of Cantlebury, official lead leader
er leader of the Church of England and
secuna omy 10 ueen jcuzaDetn u
1 1 r n i t 1 1 Tr
m its hierarchy, to join a debate
in favor of the measure. '!
Two senior prelates of the
Church took the floor in the House
of Lords yesterday,; The Archbish Archbishop
op Archbishop uf York and the Bishop of Ex Exeter
eter Exeter urged the government to abol.
ish the gallows and to fire the na nation's
tion's nation's official hangman. i
But spokesmen for Prime Minis
ter Sir Anthony Eden's Govern
ment urged the House of Lords to
vote against the measure. A close
vote was forecast for tonight,
when the no hanging bill was"!
scheduled for its second reading.
A government victory 1 tonight
could not kill the anti-capital pun punishment
ishment punishment bill entirely.
If the Lords flatly reiect the
measure they can be overruled by
Commons vote, u tney only a-
mtnd it.' however, the A m e n d-
ments will have to be debated sep
arately in Commons a process
that could take a long as a year,
4 4C3 US Sailors O
Get Fond Farwbll
in Hamburg Port
HAMBURG, Germany, July 10
(UP) A. UA Navy flotilla of
two heavy cruisers and four
destroyers todav left Hamburg
after a one-week visit and
thousands of cheering: Hamburg
citizens lined the piers to wish
Hamburg's police headquarters
reoorted that no lnciaents over
shadowed the seven-day visit of
4,400 American sailors, including
840 midshipmen, In this largest
German port city.
The sailors also were unani
mous in praising the friendliness
of the German population.
Hamburg, deep In the former
British occupied zone, of Germany,-
had never before seen so
many Americans together In the
, BIG SMOKE
BRIGHTON, England! July 10
(UP) Tobacco-hungry British
doctors turned the air blue at a
medical convention here today
during the temporary suspension
if a mnnkfiiN wnl.
The chairman hastily relnv
posed the rule, suggested' by doc.
tors who believe smoking has
some connection with lung can
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FOR SALE; Beautiful 1955
Buick convartibl, like new, 20,
000 milet, goed rwbbar white
tidawall, tubalata tin, pewar
top, pawar steering, power brakes,
delexa epholatarr, backup lights,
directional signal lights, radie e
haatar. Mutt sea this car to ap
preciara it. When new cost $3,-!
650. Will sail for $2,500. Can
be financed. See or call after 4
p.m. Cere ad e Phone 6206,
Houta 2151, Apt. B.
FOR SALE: Duty paid 1940
Ford convertible coup, perfect
condition, angina 1948 Mercury
semi-ttock, 44-cam, 3-516
bore, dual intake manifold with
Stremberg No. 97 carbs, dual
exhaust, adjustable valves, spa-
cial pistons. Body reworked and
painted. 7.10-15 whitewall tire.
Must be seen to appreciate. Tel-'
ephono Gamboa 6-373. House -:'
FOR SALE: 1947 Buick 4-door
sedan, good condition, 4 new
tires. Bargain. 7th St. 9063, Apt.
6, Colon. Phone 756.
FOR SALE.-- Jeep trailer, new
tires and tubes. Spar wheels
with tiro. Excellent condition,
SI 70. Located rear of 1813-G,
Id Cristobal. Call 3-2838 after
6 p.m. v
FOR SALE: 1951 Series 62
black four-door Cadillac sedan,,
excellent condition, on owner,
motor recently completely over overhauled,
hauled, overhauled, $1500. Call Quarry Hts.
FOR SALE- 1948 Hudson Com.
modor Sedan, 41,000 miles,
good mechanical condition, and
appearance, $350. Rodman 3664
Foreign Aid Bill
Senl To Ike Cul
By $SS3 Million
, WASHINGTON July 10 (UP) 1
Congress has sent President V.iamn.
hower a $4 billion Foreign Aid Bill
saw million less than he origi-
usiiv wamea. ? :
But that bill merely claps a lid
on how much can be appropriated
for foreign aid during fiscal 1957.
The House expected to complete
action tomorrow on a comnanirm
foreign aid appropriations bUl that
would give the administration the
cash; but only $3.4 billion. ;.
Congress approved the $4 billion
authorization bill yesterday with without
out without debate. It brushed aside a
presidential warning that serious
overseas consequences would re result
sult result from deep cuts.
Republican leaders appeared to
reel me House will push through
the even lower appropriations bill.
They looked to the senate for help.
Returns To Britain
LONDON. July 10 OTPY-Grmin
Capt Peter Townsend arrived In
Britain last night for the first time
since Princess Margaret renounc
ed us love. - i
The tabloid Daily Mirror said
Townsend has sent 8 message to
Clarence House, the Princess' of official
ficial official residence, saying he would
be in town hut there was no con
firmation of the report..
The 41-year-old "Battle of Brit
ain" ace arrived here from Brus
sels, where he is British air at attache.
tache. attache. He said he was here "on
personal business." He is retiring
as attache soon to make a car
trip around the world.
. Townsend's last visit home was
in the fall of 1955, when he was
fighting for Princess Margaret's
hand. The Princess eventually an
nounced she had decided not to
marry him because of religious
Townsend Is divorced and the
Church of England, of which Mar
garet's sister, queen EiizaDetn 11
is head, forbids the remarriage of
divorced persons v ;
Fulfills Promise A
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (UP) -Robert
J. Tuite may be a good ex
ample of what happens to child
At the age of three he memo
rized the alohabet 1
At five he could spell words that
stumped adults out said ne -ney.
er" wanted to go to school.
In June, 21-year-old Tuite was
graduated from St John Fisher
college, summa cum laude after
posting a nearly perfect four-year
grade average. ( J
Tiiltn turned down teaching of
fers from Massachusetts Institute
of Technology and the Universites
of Notre Dame and Wisconsin to
accept .. an organic, chemistry
teaching posiuoa at the Univer
sity fit Hlmoi.
BOX 2031, ANCON. CZ. -BOX
1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
FOR SALE: 1 talking parrot
and cag $55. 2-2964.
FOR SALE: Two surveying
transits, cheap. Need minor re re-1
1 re-1 pair. Information Phone 2-3324
Srmon topic tonight, 7 o'clock:
"The Savn Blenders of th
World. CHURCH OF CHRIST,
0851 Balboa Road. Everybody
"welcome. - i-sfj
WANTED TO CONTACT Any
Panamanian student from ithr
Colon or Panama City who at attended
tended attended UCLA during past tam tam-astar.
astar. tam-astar. Box 332 Albrook AFB.
Relics Of Ancient
Found In Bolivia
PHILADELPHIA (UP) -The
University Museum of the Univer University
sity University of Pennsylvania reports that
archaelogists have turned up new
clues to the enigmatic "cloud,
dwelling" Indians who lived in the
Andes a millenium or two before
Columbus discovered America, i
The recent report states that
such, evidence as burnt potatoes,
pottery fragments, arrowheads
and masonry were dug up by the
mureum's people in a six-month
exploration of buried village sites
in the Lake Tiucaca region of Bo Bolivia
livia Bolivia and Peru, some 12,500 feet
above sea level.
The four sites excavated H-
ahuanaco and Chlripa in Bolivia
and Pucara and Caluyo In Peru Peru-are
are Peru-are known to antedate the Inca
era, which nourished aoout five
centuries ago. Museum omciais
guess that the early period, at Tv
ahuanaco, most famous of the
sites, began a few centuries before
the Christian era. t
Numerous objects dug up will be
loaned to the University Museum
by the owner-countries for photo
Too Many Drivers
CHICAGO (UP) There are
too many "safe drivers" on the
road,- an automobile industrialist
says. v;... ..
"If there were fewer of them we
would have fewer accidents,"
said Howard F. Leopold, president
of Ero Manufacturing Co. ;
Most drivers consider them
selves "safe," he said, and "when
they have an accident it's the
other fellows fault."
The best way to avoid accidents
is to avoid being cocksure of your
own driving ability, he added.'
Leopold, who has teen mating
automobile parts and accessories
since the turn of the century, of
fered the following advice to mo
1, Be modest about your own
driving abilities. :
2. Follow the traffic laws and
the rules of common sense.
3. Use modern safety equipment.
Too Much Trust
CHICAGO (UP) The boss
who "goes overboard" to show his
employes how much he trusts
them may be doing them a dis
service, according to an insurance
company executive. ;
The employe who has teen
faithful and honest for years may
suddenly go wrong for a variety of
real or imaginary reasons, he
said, and regular check-ups along
with occasional surprise audits
are a favor to the workers as well
as safeguards for their employers.
Paul Brown, manager of Kem Kemper
per Kemper Insurance group's Bond and
Burglary department, made his
recommendations at a recent in insurance
surance insurance seminar sponsored by
Illinois Wesleyan University and
the Central Illinois Insurance Man
"Whether or not an employe win
'borrow his employer's money
. depends largely on how easily
it can be accomplished and con
tinued," Brown said. r ..
The father of the gasoline" auto automobile
mobile automobile in the United States was
an inventor named George Selden,
who applied for a patent on a
"road engine" on May 8, 1879. Sel-
den's patent dominated the Indus
try tntn Henry Ford -successfully
challenged jo court in law.
ATTENTION C. LI Jutt built
, modern furabned apart me ata, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold walea.
Phone Panama 3-494 1.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
. one-bedroom apartment en Ave.'
fans, facing the park. Phone 3-
3099 or 3-0746.
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments available.
Contact Alhambra Apartments,
" 1 0th Stmt. Talaphone 1386,
FOR RENT--2-badroom apart,
man! on- Ricardo Arias Street,
Campe Alegr. Bathroom, maid's
room, hot water, near Via Espa Espa-n:
n: Espa-n: Phone 3-6846 or 2-2341.
FOR RENT: Apartment 2 bed
rooms, dining room, sitting room,V
maid' room with bath, large
kitchen, large bathroom, hot wa water,
ter, water, apartment well screened, 25
square meters inside apartment
for laundry, drying and ironing,
large closers, garage, houar num number
ber number 5, Eusebio A. Morales Ave.
in "El Cangrejo," comer house.
Phon Panama 3-0579. 1 i'
FOR RENT. Furnished modern
apartments, screened, inspected,
on and two bedrooms- Call 2-
3065. - .:-.-
FOR RENT: Nice furnished a a-'
' a-' partmenf, independent, two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, all services, protected ev
gainst mosquitoes, hot and cald
water, parlor-dining room, refri-
gerator. Houta 27 43rd Street.
FOR RENT.- Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with telephone, 2 or 3
months, $115. Selling automatic
electric, stove. $30. Phone 3-
,4363.. San Francisco, 15th Sr.
FOR RENT: Modem one-bad-room
apartment. Stove, hot wa water,
ter, water, refrigerator, air-conditioned.
Camp Alegr. Phone after 6
Ac:!n$l Ford I !::ir
4 WASHINGTON, Jufy 10 (UP) J
A justice department spokesman
has said the Ford Motor Co. may
us euojeci to ann-Txusi prosecution
tor alleged forcing its dealers to
handle only Ford parts and acces
Robert A. Bicks, legal assistant
in the anti-trust division, told a
House Anti-Monopoly Subcommit Subcommittee
tee Subcommittee yesterday that the department
nas almost completed an evs'ua
tion of material collected in an" in.
vestigation of complaints against
"On the one hand, we may have
to conduct even ; more, investiga investigation
tion investigation into this area," he said. "On
the other, the material already
garnered may suggest violation."
"If the Attorney General con.
dudes that, despite dealer contract
revisions, violations have occur
red, in accord with his responsibi
lity to enforce the law, suit will
follow," Bicks said.
He testified on legislation which
would permit franchise automobile
dealers to bring' damage suits a-
gainst manufacturers to protect
their franchise rights. .
William T. Gossett, Ford Vice
President and .General Counsel
said in a prepared statement that
the legislation would have an ad adverse
verse adverse effect on dealers and would
decrease auto -sales and produc
DES MOINES-(UP-A survey
made by the vital statistics devi devi-sion
sion devi-sion of the Iowa Public Health De
partment showed about 25 per
cent of all babies born in the state
in 1955 had parents 23 to 27 years
old. The youngest father was 16
nit thn oldest 94. The Vouneest
mother was 12 and the oldest 48.
1. $200.00 (Accumulated) 2. 180.C3
e:i eH prctls ci "VKIICOIA M3M A!!D DHTlltTJA CEIiTRAl"
FOR RENT Room beautifully
furnished housekeeping room,
double coach, refrigerator, kitch kitchen
en kitchen cabinet with attached trove,
' bath and entrance independent.
No. 3, 52nd Street. Phone 3 3-0638.
0638. 3-0638. Wanted Position
- QUALIFIED COOK desires posi posi-.
. posi-. tion with bachelor or right fam family.
ily. family. Please call Balboa 3446.
WANTED: Nursemaid, young
girl English speaking. Reference.
, Apply F Street, Irma Apartments
; (upstairs). El Cangrejo, after 4
p.m. Panama 3-4383.
US Sludenl Fined
For Amador, Beach
For trespassing at Ft.' Amador
swimming Deach an 18-year old
American student was fined $15
in caiooa magistrate s uurt yes
terday. He pleaded guilty to the
Dorman Lafayette Fulton, who
fraduated from Balboa ".h
chool last month and intends to
enter college' in Alabama tms i;ui,
resides m the Gavijan Area.
Keport of the case showed that
after having been warned by Mil Military
itary Military Police to stay out of Ft. A A-mador.
mador. A-mador. young Fulton was observ
ed at the beach.-
He was taken to the entrance
gate and warned again to keep out
of the reservation. -
A few days later, he was back
swimming at the beach.
unarges were tnen preferred a-
gainst him by a Military Police
Color In Hospitals
For Chronic III
CHICAGO (UP) -A doctor
says colored linens would help
per up the s p i r i t s of hospital
mients, especially the chron.
Dr. Samuel M. Reichel, writing
in the magazine Hospitals,, said
color would minimize the monoto
nous "sickroom" connotation of i
hospital white. . ..: ;
) Reichel, formerly with the phys physical
ical physical medicine and rehabilitation
service of the Veterans, Adminis
tration Hospital at Batavia, N.Y.,
said in the article:
' "Where a person is continuously
confined to a limited area the
problem of an artificially created
color environment becomes quite
important Moreover, color-behaviorism
studies seem to show that
sick: persons tend to be more sen sensitive
sitive sensitive to environment than are the
well".- i-. l;;,',
I Reichel said the exposed surface
area of hospital spreads, sheets,
pillow cases and towels in the
average hospital room Comprise
about 30 square feet He added:
For psychological, physiological
and aesthetic reasons white is an
undesirable color for patients'
linens in a chronic disease
"Psychologically, the excessive
use of white emphasizes the abnor
mal and severe hospital atmos atmosphere,
phere, atmosphere, along with its disagreeable
and depressing sickroom connota.
tions and previous associations."
He advocated the use of warm
colors "to aim toward a goal of
mild stimulation and to avoid de-
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. On mile past Ca Ca-mo.
mo. Ca-mo. Phone Panama 2-1515
Baldwin', furnished apartments
at Santa Clare Beach. Tele Tele-phone
phone Tele-phone Smith,: Balboa 3681.
Gramlich'e Santa Clara Beach
CottagM. Modem conveniences,
moderate rata. Phone Gamboa
PHILLIPS Oceonsid Cortaeaa.
Santo Clara. Bo 435, Balboa.
Phono Panama 1-1877. Cristo
LOOKIE-TALKIE Weird object, above, b a phoneviaioa
- booth, .says Petras Aleksa, student at Institute of DeslgnJ
Illinois Institute of Technology. Free-form structure Is in
tended especially for us in parks and wooded areas and could!
be placed in service containing conventional telephone qu!-'
ment, says Aleksa,; pendinf the time look-and-yak-yak paylS.
phones come Into use, .
TABORC I LLO CtTABOR ISIN
Located in Chame lay (Bahfa de Chame!, Republic of Panama. Con Consists'
sists' Consists' of approximately 50 acres (20 hectaret- white tandy bach :
circles entire bland. Vegetation b heavy grata, brush and trees. Sandy
loam produces excellent tomatoes and watermelons, and various trap.
. teal vegetables fruits.
An Ideal fishing base for deep-sea fishing and nearby rocky islands
for lobster, corbiaa, red snapper, etc. Good safe harbor and anchorage
t in front of house facing southwest' toward Chame mountain.
CONCRETE BLOCK HOUSI-ieitt ln,1954-Also large worksh.J with
concrete floor and Bodega. Concrete house has large overhang,
aluminum roofing, nylon screens and sliding glass windows.
' Furnishings: Solid mahogany dining room sat and extra mahog mahog-'
' mahog-' any tables, four bed and bedroom set. Kitchen utility cabinets,
dishes,' utensils Sr flatware. ,
2 two-burner gas stoves.
2 Propane carry-all gat tankl 20 pressure each. .. ( t T ;
1 Sarvel refrigerator (kerosene) 8.5 ce. ft, 1954. -.
300 grafted fruit trees planted several years ago producing fine fruits:
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ORANGB ValencU, Tangerine, Mandarine. Washington Naval.'
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Appx. 100 Pauhry New Hampshire Had Chickenv Knsdest fieese,
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HELEN Or TROY
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WHERE ARE YOUR
'. and -'. ,.'
mutiti Ninety Jfou a twg-hnlrtd
. HOLLYWOOD NEA)
lywood and Grapevine: Luabetn
Scott's preparing for her debut as
night-club lark this fall under
the guidance of Earl JaiHs,. ivho
nitsterminds Dorothy Daodridges
career J The Helen ? Partello
clicking -in Italian flickers, and
listening to Hollywood offers; was
bora 'and raised in Hollywood.
Four years ago papar. "took Helen,
now 18, to European the hope
' of dousing her yen't be W
' tress , .' eieo' Moore said it to
iMfiuw tvhn asked about
her "measurements: "Thewaist is
24. Now do you want wo i
go up or down?"
' (.. H1 about a
JtlT itirrw -----
i .i.uk wha tailored a
i L. M.rtW Monro. The
. it & ..an Mint numbart J
... Mond act 23 and tha third
let 3 Marilyn's exact physi physical
cal physical specifications.
. 1' uATUikift Viiit confusion
for movie fans with, "The Proud
and the Profane,'' curri1?
, ST-.i!. .with "The Bold
and the Brave" '"The Pride and
7i. .,oU nfl:Tho Proud ana
! the Beautifur coming np. Wond
. if gome theater manager wiu vm
two stinkers as:
"The Lousy end the AwfuL
t-? oui'at U-I they're1 saying that
"The- Incredible Shrinking Man
Is being- filmed in TeenyScope.
The picture .is a special' effects
nightmare colossal sets-that
make ther hero, Grtfnt WUliams,
appear to be only two inches tail.
I MGM gave Alfred Hitchcock the
mran liffht on starrinit Jimmy
Stewart in another film pronto.
ft means the Grace Kelly-Stewart
inovie,' "Designing Woman," is off
Jh. .tnrtin' schedule -until Her
Highness makes up her mind.
! IT'S CETTINO-away-from-H
4 .11 time in HoUywood. There's a
vacation-bound star : on every
4.; aliin ntn nlaiut and DOCO
tick leaving town these days. But
840 kcs.. Panama Gty
' Telephon 2-3066
Today, Tuesday, July 10
4:00 Feature Review
j.nwhat vmir Tavorlte cr'
quest men ny pnuuo
v till 3:00). V ;. v.: :.
5:35 What'a Your T t o t
(cont'd) J ; :
6:00 To be announced
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
r REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Broadway In Review
6:45 Cooperative Hour ,
n-nn Tntrlnrt TPfir Musle
I UU "----
7-15 HOW CHRISTIAN SCIf
' ENCE HEALS v. -7:36
VOA Report From UJ5.
8:00 World Of Jazz
8:30-Life With The Lyons
a-nn vmi Axked' For It (It
quests taten oy pnone
- till 7-Sf
10:30 Music From Hotel El pan-
10:45 Temple Of Dreama
11:00 Concert Under The Star?
Tomorrow, Wednesday,, July 11
v uiwt ur vnuin u'1 v"',,,o --- ,,
amused by the strange broadcasting apparatus they received J
as a gift from a group of Red Chinese steelworkers in the city. 1
These, rice farmers, whether they, need it or not, will soon
have radio station of their own.
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
T k!c1 TTnllvvmnri pnivThv
loaded Evie and the kids into i
nlanrf knd tnnlr off' for ACSDU1CO
uur seais were iiui ucav iu vj
urant ana oetsy urase., in acb acb-pulco)t
pulco)t acb-pulco)t Marlene Dietrich' greeted
n In th hotel-lobbv. On a side
trip to Cuerna vaca we ran into
the Ronald Colmans dining m an
. nr. r
ooscure resiauranw- w e ten
ico and headed for Europe 4 :
"Wo shored the flight ovor with
srotkkrina F'i Haoburn. HumDhrov
Kaoirt Lauran. Racall ami Alfred
Hitchcock Wo into Jock Bon.
ny at the airport In- London. Dan
ny Kaye sat next to us tnot nigm
at dinner, Ava Cardnor at break breakfast.
fast. breakfast. I took a walk along i the
Thames River and a woman wear wear-ins,
ins, wear-ins, dark -glasses said 'Hollo.' It
was Clawdette : Colbert.
"Some i' day." suspects Van!
"I'll to on a tour of the pyramids
in Egypt 'and stand by as the
rthaeninnsts Drv noen a tomb
that has been sealed for thousands
ol years, out ot it, unaouoteaiy,
will step, Marilyn Monroe. And I
won't be a bit surprised"
NOT IN, THI SCRIPT! Direc
tor Rretaiirntt WindMfit "A ffim
mine question is one giving a man
his choice between two wrong an
THIS IS HOLLYWOOD. MRS
JONES'. A tourist spotting Dan
rtnilev in a rafA epttinff 'his air
tpgraph and then asking mm eag eagerly
erly eagerly i "Are there any more of you
in, nere: ,,.;. ...,.-
THE WITNET: Wondoll Corey's
four-year-old Bonnie Mice saw
"Peter Pan'Von TV and later met
Mary Martin at a party. After
the Introduction she whispered to
nor Doa: i aonr iiko mm in
dresses and lipstick.''
' Now it can be told: Rock Hud-
nn nhn lparfa off th main beef
cake parade in most of the fan
magazine poiis tnese aays, was
turned down for the role of Tar-
r r "l
bcal Groups Take
Top Platter Honors
NOtTfl (D) t
42 A A 10
rlh Rati South West
k Pass 1 Pass
k Pass 2 Pass
Pass 4N.T. Piss
. Pass 5t Pass
ss Pass : .'-'
Opening lead a 10
NOTHING TO PLAY WITH Resembling a giant-size version '..
of a roll of caps for a toy gun, atrip and, roll held by masked f J
researcner gives off a potenuauy mucn more expicaivB repon.
Strip is produced by the robot chemical analyzer, right, at
Hanford plutonium plant, Richland, Wash. It automatically
fills "dimples" with samples of waste from refining process.
Strip passes under a radiation counter, which signals engineers
when precious plutonium fuel appears In flow. Device re
duces hazard incident to manual testing and may save $250,000
per year, according to General Electric engineers who operate
the" plant for the AEC i ;
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club (requests-taken by
phone uu v.m i
i-t Mnrri1nr fialnn flnncert
8:15 Church In The Wildwood
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 As I See It
10:00 Newa' '
in-is Rnlna and Needles ire
quests taken by pnone
11:00 Newa :
11:05 Spins and Needles
11:30 Meet The" Entertainer
12:00 Newa- vi.
12:05 Lunchtlme Melodies
12:30 sweet And Hot
1:00 News 1
1:15 Music Of Manhattan 1 1,
1:30 Sona Of The pioneers
1:45 French to The Air J
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Treddy Martin Show
a-sn Miislr For You
3:00 Hank snow And His
- Rainbow Ranch Boy
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Wednesday
a:30what'a' Your Favorite
(requests t a k e n by
- phone till 3:00)
5-35 What's Your t 1 0 r 1 1 e
By DICK KLINER
NEW YORK .-(NEA) -The
strange vogues that sweep xne
record business use huh,ww
... ..an au v nrettv baffling. Why,
fnr instance, are vocal groups so
hot nowadays? .' t
A year or so mck, except-w
. hit hv tha Ames
Brothers or ; Four Aeos, vocal
groups were much like well-be-Z...a
.kiMrni thpv snoke only
han thpv wera sooken v t0. But
today you. can't turn on
without heanpg wr s"3
male, female and mixea. .boiuhis
are having a hard time. J
- There are a few reasons ad ad--
- ad-- tnr hi husiness. First,
vaukcu w ;
and probably the basic) reason,
that, popular, music, like sixlay i
hike riders moves in cycies.
it's been live or six years siuc:
arming have been popular. It's
probably just their .turn. r
UUt r groups, navo
encouragement from: the rhythm-and-blues
in the main, is music for groups
sod -small combos. The Platters,
r..w.rntt Th loan-Marx,
Tho". Cadets, The Diamonas-wi
and on. Most of the top R-ana-c
LU. ... Mim hita : :
Another, possmie espianaTion -i
.u. rm.nA I that there's a
in .,- .
South felt very silly when he
rparhprt the unlovelv contract of
five hearts in today's hand. Five
of a major is more dangerous
than a game and is not more
nrofilahle. Nevertheless, even fine
. . : '. ..'liplayers sometimes get themselves
And then, one historic day, tney,tn.n .u HmMtif nntrart
" . i uiiv Duvit eaunvtviw
played sou. in tne snower iaier
(ta thev sav) thev were singing
straight .for kicks. A manager
named Barbara ueue neara, lis listened
tened listened and liked. She got them a
contract with i Capitol and their
first record, "Honest I Love You"
is yours for tne buying, wo, snow
er, tnougn. i i
Ella PHzgerald's great album on
Verve, on which she sings some
Tnla Pnrtaf nno lilfff nM kinS
Pnla nrnhahlv npvr rirpamprl thev
could be sung, has inspired her to
attempt more ot me same, ane s
gathering arrangements and time
for a similar album, devoted to
Rodger and Hart tunes. It should
be ready late in the fall, Just in
time for Santa Claus. w
into such dangerous contracts
while exploring slam pos possibilities.
sibilities. possibilities. South could have been defeated
in today's hand had the defenders
taken the ape of snadea and the
two top diamonds at once, the
club opening lead gave South a
fighting chance for his contract,
land he took full advantage ot this
. Declarer won with the queen of
clubs, drew two rounds of trumps,
and then ran the rent nf the clnhe
discarding spades from his hand.
f ortunately, the player witn lour
clubs also had the last trump and
thtrefore couldn't ruff.
Declarer next led the king of
snades from the. dummv. East
covered with the ace, and South
ruffed.- South then got back to
dummy with the queen of hearts
and cashed tne queen and jack ot
spades. -This furnished 10 tricks,
and South still had a trumn -for
on Capita -" Others: nis vital uin tricx.
Lover Blues'.' (The' Just the-same, South Is going
to oe a on more careiui me next
time about venturing past the
level of samel
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' See the. dealers you
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"aaaaaaaawaai mmmmmmmmm imm tmm
DICK'S PICKS: Stan' Frobero
itiw devaatatine take offs on
"Heartbreak Hotel" and "Rock Is-
Fantano Sittort. Dot): "Give Us
This Day" (Jonl James, MOM);
"Taj Mahal" (Ernie Soisor, Can Candlelight);
dlelight); Candlelight); "'Call Me Darlin"' (Ton (Ton-nessoe
nessoe (Ton-nessoe Ernie Ford, Capitol); "The
Left Bank" (Billy Vaughn, Dot);
"More, More and More" (Cyril
EDINBURG, Tex.; (UP) -Parking
tomatoes is a job that re
quires speed and deft fingers
.hortaaa of really flood sinflmg ;
voices, and that medioere voices t out with new albums That's what makes Howard Cole
lound better. In a Bor.cn. out,! j u tendon has "Lonely Girl" or i n unusual tomato packer.- He is
...... ft.. U.r. r a int of QOOd ... j. j t.:J :Mu
voices oroune; m toct, many
ik. anuiDt today are fermoa of
th,. r faur fine soloists. Any of
worth the price : of admission; eve infection following service in
Julius La Rosa lias' s new album.' World War II. He has no trouble
-. i i j ops. a t.: ....(. nn
8:00 VFW independence Cay
. i j r 1 Tl A.
"""r"."r Brothers sing "Exactly Line you-
can hold his own by himself. I nd olher$ on RCA;Joni James.
Whatever the reason, the fact is no w mrm "It
obvious we're in the group cy. There Be Love;" Pt Boone has
.... M,;...ntm, hmiiM UC' jw '. .-- . ... an Ir caueu rav uu nunc uu
t.u-ouvi usuun ",( tha momeni uie rwr
"iotaining his quota of 30 boxes
tomatoes an- hour.
j. u vn tan a few veara napK. Ruth Burcn.
Son wis waiSg When he the "casting director, thought Rock
.nmnleteit "Kellv and Me" at Uni-
vu"r' r i
i yersal-International. ;
' f Van's sad story about his last
' 'eseape"' from Movietown:
would make an ideal jungle hero
but others felt he wasn't big
onnnoh nhvairallvL The riart went
instead to Lex Barker.
review (Pabst Beer)
6:30-Youf Dancing Party
:45 MELACHRINO MUSI MUSICALS
CALS MUSICALS (Nescafe)
7:00 Halls Of Ivy
7:30 VOA Report From CJS.
3:00 Music By Roth
8:30-Muslcal Theater -8:00
You Asked For It (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
in-in ravfllrarie Cit America
11:00 Concert under The Stars
Back To Top
Steve Allen On TV
A8ain:w The MeOulre Sister'
"Picnic;'! The Rever Beys ana
The Four Freshmen with ."Gradu
ation Day;f The C h era e 1 1 e s
BENEDICT lOfiEAUS i
ARLEKE DAHL-RHONDA FLEIJING1
' 1:15 b 1:05.
, .'Wednesday "A PRIZE OF GOLD"
- fiififil ft HTS Dale Robertson A? Debra Paget
rif Tt-sI T -THE GAMBLER-FROH NATCHEZ"
- Wednesday "sCCTITi? sum" ,
HAMRDA- Linda Darnell & Gary Merrill
?mp "NIGHT WITHOUT SLEEP"
Wednesday 'THE. PRIVATE WAR OF MAJOR BENSON
ftATffi 'V ;..' Rory Calhoun A Piper Laurie
im, : V "AIN7 MISBEHAVIN'"
MARGARITA Robert Cummlngs & Marie Wilson
?iV ?sb "MARRY ME AGAIN"
' Wednesday TNDERCOVER MAN"
miSTfiRAI i 1 Cornel Wilde it jean Wallace
IS 1 7-w ; "STORM FEAR"
. Wednesday ft Thursday rKISMEl, s
PAR.USO "Cyrano de Bergerac" & "Chicago Calling"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 ft 8:00 Western "The Marauders"
" CASIP BIERD The Brewing Verrion". Sl "Fool of London'L
as' r:..r" u
"Standing On the -Jorfler; ine tion Robtrt. shtrwood, on Dec-
. ca'a "Introducing Kooena- bner-
Wood." -' "i
Recent releases from, the inex
pensive Camden label "The Art
'Bom To' Be With You;". The 0f Emanuel Feueroan" ; recap
Ames Brothers' "It Only Huna tures one of the greatest ceiusts;
For Little While;". The Platters -Dvorak's "Slavonic Dances" ana
"Magic Touch:'' The cadets ano Mozart s Kequiem msss are re re-The
The re-The Diamonds with "Church Bells issued from old RCA masters;
May Ring" and The Teon-Aaors Gladys swartnout "Jdngs .Your
'1 win xou id
t .at it was ffirl sineers.
isivt ear it m be barkine does.
Binrbow down and hunah three
time for the vocal groups, tne
current kings and queens of the
One d the newer groups getting
on another Camden
' TVETROIT UP) A Detroit
Tanllailv enmnlalneil tn nnlire that
she had just collected $100 in rent
frnm a tenant when the ktraneer
j. uv Hvn. a -r- I ------ ----- -
record fame is about as, approached her,' flashed a badge
iiirf he wmilrl take it to head
quarters for a check. That was the
last she saw of the stranger and
,t kM n.t tM1 AmmanAaA tA uui the ltinnnv
KKW YOKE. Julv 1BV(UPV-The oh-k Th. kiui Tmmt Ha tnlri her it wax counterfeit and
irenuex. ratings yeieruy USed to be called The Sllckerettes
t.a buuiavan ine noa over come.;when they were comic-smgers
Hion Steve Allen for dominance InL.i.v o:i.. t
' . V, r Wiw syiic iruuca. vwcu "u w"
thnir 4nmnAtintf SundAV niffht tfilA.'-. vjj;. raHin
, miv. s SUll uu buuio vemvj
Allpn who n&rlaved rock n rolU
singer Elvis rresiey into a sur-
pne knockout over buuivan July
1, failed io shake the champ Sun Sun-Ha
Ha Sun-Ha nieht with Margaret Truman.
Vic Damone. Pier. Angeli, Jack
Paiance and singer Gogi brant.
TronHpT oave Sullivan O 20.1 in-
j lff nioht pnmnared in Al
len's 14.7 The previous Sunday Al-
inn ngn. Ti z ann nuiiivaiii ji-i.a.,
Sullivan' CBS-TV lineup Sunday
night that stopped Allen on NBC
included Constance Bennett, com
ic Myron Cohen and rrencn singer
Patacbou. : v -.r v-
Set By PAA Plane
rrrtninn T1 TTP :A Pan-
American Super Seven established
an airline -record for the non-stop
trip from Shannon, Ireland to De
troit, W'chl, yesteraay, we biuk
m,. flight was completed tn U
tours and 38 minutes
' -77 W Ut V
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Great Fortune Night
Be one of the Lncky Winners
of these Cash Prites!
1st Prize 5100.00
On the Screen:
Great Double Feature!
Audie Murphy, in
"TO HELL AND BACK"
Cinemascope and Color
William Campbell, in'
GO ...With Confidence
',. 1 Get
Have your Tires
by' the k
' 'and ,i;v,
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NEW TIRE COST
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ARMY'S OWN FLAG Detail, above Is design of the Army's
new nag, unfurled for the first time on occasion of its 181st
birthday. Colors are blue and red on a whit silk background.
' Legend on serpent at top ot design reads, "This We'll Defend."!
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ONCE A SAILOR Always a sailor, it seems. In Berkeley,
. Calif, Fleet Adra. Chester Nimitz, Retired, checks his watch
' before peering through oversized binoculars as the First Fleet
steamed through the Golden Gate. The Fleet later fired a 19-
gun salute in San Francisco Bay In his honor.
H ItWIWUniOIII IT 'TliTI'T V IITV
fe life I ii
IEW YORK (UP) Indus
try s first 100 per cent non-rattling
garbage can holds up to 22 gallons
ojC trash and comes in five colors
for the so-called glamour look.
The seven-pound trash can is the
largest housewared item made of
polyethylene, one of the latest
wr.nder plastics. Besides being
noiseless, the polyethylene can is
rust and acid-proof, odorless and
The low-priced unit stands 27N
inches high and 20V4 inches
across. It comes in colors ranging
from lawn green to lemon yellow
for a glamorous back yard or hall.
Ibe new trash can holds a sur
prise for alley cats. It comes with
a locking ud that prevents cats or
other animals from getting inside.
A new shampoo lets you wash
your hair without rinsing aiter-
wards. The maker says all you do
is wet your hair with the product,
called "Shampton ana ruD up
brisk lather. You take a towel to
dry and you're finished. ( Jordeau,
inc., South urange, im.j.;
i The flash unit for your camera
now comes small enough to fit in
vest Docket and .weighs only, a
few ouuces.- The manufacturer
savs desoite its compactness the
unit still contains all the features
of regular flash guns. ;
Included in the folding unit are
a test lamp to check flashbulb and
circuit, a bulb ejector and flash
calculator. The unit comes in a
poich complete with a connection
cord. (KiKen upucii iusuira,
New York. N.Y.)
Th latest oaoer product can be
used to wrap iron and steel tools,
garden and sporting and prevent
met Thp maker savs the new
kraft paper also can be inserted
in boxes used tor storing uus,
drills, bits and the like.
rMilis Paoer Co.. Inc., New
I : -3-
PARTY LINE This photo, just released by the Defense Department,, shows a new mile milestone
stone milestone in aiMoUir refueling. A Navy Convair Tradewinds, R3V tanker plana is successfuUy
refueling three McDonnell Banshee F2H Jet planes at once. The jets are attached to. Fighter
Squadron 23. Scene of the demonstration was not disclosed.. J
Machines Help Coffee
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"SUPER" ART New York
City artists work on a block-
long mural, their canvas the
construction fence surrounding .,
site of a 38-story- skyscraper
now under construction. Scene
will be changed with the sea seasons
sons seasons until the building is com completed.
pleted. completed. Billed as the world's
Bret bronze-clad skyscraper, i
'it's to be known as the "Sea "Sea-.gram
.gram "Sea-.gram Building." ;
Today Encanto .25 .75
Mario Lanza, In
"THE GREAT CARUSO"
.Robert Taylor, in
Today IDEAL .20
- Chapters 1 & 2
: "King of The Gamblers"
- -"EYES OF TEXAS
(; ',.,' v..- 1 i
Gain Popularity' In Britain
LONDON -(UP))-Britain hastblack brew out of eight ; jets, 400
discovered coffee. cuns per' hour.
A cheerful little Italian finally The only human participation ex
introduced the old bean effectively Fpeeted of the Englishman was
to this tea-drenched nation in one downward pull jdr a handle. Pres
of the greatest trail-blazings since
Columbus pulled out of Genoa.
He is Achille GaeEia.' He manu
factures v espresso machines.- The
machines make' a cup of coffee
tliat strikes some people as tast tasting
ing tasting like the best coffee in the
world. Others think it tastes like
used motor oil
The British liked it. .Within the
past two years some 300 coffee
bars have sprouted in a nation
where every adult gullet up to
no has seen an average of seven
cups of tea go by each day of the
year; Nine out of 10 of the coffee
bars use gadgets by Gaggla.
ihe Italian was undismayed by
wnat Americans considered to be
their failure to teach the British
how to perk, drip or" permit a
moved the human-element, tri-j until late Vat hight and are te
umphed by automation,
In the American- view, the Brit
ish human touch on coffee has
been to boil it until it clabbered
and then whey it up with half a
cup oi mine
Gaggia detected in the oualitv
of British coffee a clue to. the
reason why 90 per cent of British
housewives drink tea for break.
fast, 82 per cent drink tea in. the
evening, 58 per cent drink tea at
midday and 52 per cent drink tea
For 650 pounds ($1,820) he was
prepared to provide a magic met
al monster that iooKed like am
The signofs T machines started
the biggest stir since the' Boston
tea .party. They got 80; strong, if
tmmble.sized. cups out of a pound
whereas the British were accus
tomed to getting a maximum -ul
50 with part of The iw bottom
boiled in lor strength.
Coffee bars 'are growing 1 faster
than the dollar gap. The 1956. ed
ition of the British government's
"Official Handbook" was. ven
forced to. note the- phenomenon.
It reported in a tone of historical
discovery that ,?a new feature of
urban life, especially" in, London,
is the coffee bar.-. ,
?'A characteristic' of manyr. ef
these offee bars, which" stay open
coming increasingly popular as a
rendezvous for young people,., is
tneir modern aecor. ;
. "You see," said Gaggia -on
recent trip to London. "Always' I
was right. ;wT-"
, "l said .the English would drink
coffee, v it
", "Now I must invent bigger and
"My fastest machine makes 400
cups of coffee in an hour. I have
got now to make, one that will
m?ke 2,000 cups an hour.
"I am pleased. I have lust
broken the .crust here," : ;,
And what does Gaggia himself
atomic reactor. It had four pis- prefer in the morning?
tons that forced hot water through' "Weak tea,", he said, "''with
finely ground coffee. It dripped a lemon."
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long famous as a land of coffee, oil.
emeralds and orchids The beautiful
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"PATTERNS" BEMUD THE SCENES
STORY OF BIG BUSINESS r
Rod Serling is not only one of the best, but Just about
the most prolific writer in television. Serling, 30 and an
ex-paratrooper, has had moore than 100 of his teleplays
produced by top TV dramatic shows. He's best known, ol
course, for "Patterns," the highly praised play about Big'
Business tycoons. The movie version of "Patterns" with a
cast headed by Van Uef lin, Everett Sloane, Ed Begley,
Beatrice, Straight, Joanna Roos and Elizabeth Wilson, now
at the LUX ON MONDAY 1L x r
Pilots Assn:. Committees T
To Sponsor OUties ' "'
On Explorer Ships V
Franklin P.. Chase,. Scout 'Ex.
ecutive at Canal Zone Scout
Council 801. has annonnrprf that
Capt H. T. Longmore, president
ui uaiiai zone snots' Associa
tion, unit representative on the
local Scout Council has annolnt
ed two standing committees of
pnois to carry out tne sponsor sponsorship
ship sponsorship duties t Ship. 8 of Balboa
aim snip oi urisionai.
They are comprised of Capts.
b. nyans, h. jonnstonC; and V.
Whitehead, Ship 8: Capts. p.
Kerley., w. Cliite and R. Swain
Ship 8. .-; '. 'V;,;!;.;
These pilots also sHrv. on the
unit committee of .their respec
tive sea Explorer shios, which
operates each group, Also on the
unit committee are two 6r three
parents of acout members,' and
the skipper of the ship; ,1" ;
. These committee. will wnrtt in
close liaison with Russell Jones
president of the "Scout Council,
through the1 District Chairman
for "Pacific scoutinfr.v Col.- W.
Grubbs of Headquarters, vt. Am Amador
ador Amador and Col'.'D.-Carr of Port
Gullck, Atlantic District Com
mittee. -' '; -. f -;
.. .-'V ." !.
The committees have for" the
oast two months, been reorgan reorgan-Wnsr
Wnsr reorgan-Wnsr the ships-and have ; well
iormuiated plans for th eomlnr
Scout Season. 'SkiDpers v have
wen Bopoiniea ior ootn ships
and j)erotlatlon are underway
iur auuuionai IlOftTlTlcr : num.
ment. cant,- H. SDlJllng shall
sMoper; Ship, f, and Max Hart
neunnmizauon meetinM. tp
Demg neia. wiui tne boys of each
unit, in nreoaration for tehn.
cal and recreational programs to
euminence wun tne new school
year, in me interim tha hniid-
in sites are beini? rehabilitated
wiw aid oi tne mends of scout.
mg on both sides of the Isth
mus.. ...... v
67 Grand Canyon Crash Victims
Laid To Rest In Common Grave :
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz., July 10
vi') f uneral services for 67
vicums of commercial aviation's
worst disaster were held here yes.
terday with burial in the Grand
Canyon Memorial, Plot of the Flag Flagstaff
staff Flagstaff Cemetery.
The setting was" peaceful as the
67 coffins, containing remains of
victims aboard a TWA Super Con
stellation which apparently collid
ed m tugnt and fell with a United
Airlines DC7 .into the Grand Can
yon, were lowered into a erave.
All 128 persons aboard were killed
Seventy persons were aboard
the TWA luxury airliner, but three
fof the victims were to receive fi
nal ntes in their home towns.
The sky was overcast but birds
were singing m the tall pin
f trees of the cemetery. About 350
relatives and friends of the vic victims
tims victims attended the service. An Another
other Another 1,500 persons were present.
The 67 caskets were lined on a
platform,- above a common grave,
as Catholic, Protestant, Jewish
and "Mormon clergymen conducted
the mass burial service
remaps the most heart breaking
sight was one tiny coffin,' for the
the-weeks-old baby of Mr. ; and
.-. u. v. .maag TTUW
altn AdA in th rrah
, The plot, 72 by 24 feet, wiU "be
a perpetual memorial to those
who died in the crash.'
Delbert L. Stapley, Salfc: Lake
City. Utah, a high Mormon offj.
cial, commented: v ?-J
was not responsiDie( only
imperfect man who was victimis victimised
ed victimised bv his own inventions. "r
Aii honor guard, including five
members of the Army helicopter
unit which risked death daily to
recover bodies from the. wreckage
of both planes, stood silently dur during
ing during yesterday's serivce.. ;
Flagstaff business men closed
their establishments for fen hour
I t. .1. J i
oitu iitm ui iiunui vi uiv v.u.
Gov; Ernest McFarland' repre represented'
sented' represented' Arizona at the funeral. Al
so attending- were "'- TWA officials
headed by Executive Vice Presi-.
dent John A.- Collings. i
TWA officials said the memorial
plot, would have perpetual care. A
move also was underway to erect
a monument at, the canyon.'
W-Wa Hi BSHHI.'Wwy
Sluck In Mud ;
SYRACUSE. N.Y.. Julv 10 rtTP
h-Penny, a six-year. old "educat
ed 'mongrel; was credited vexter.
oay wim saving tne ute of a miss-
ms two-year old oov who i was
sought by more than 200 firemen
ana volunteers. ; : j
"O .. v. .Tpiiivioi- BU1I
of. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wood, was
up to his armpits in 'mud and wa water
ter water when tne dog came upon him.
, Two firemen who' heard Penny
barking, found George in fairly
good condition, except for a few
scratches which they believed may
have been caused by Penny while
sne was- trying to ; extricate the
Causes Flurry i
Among NY Cops,;
NEW YORK, July 10 (UP) -A
mystery box bearing labels warn
ing of a; potential nuclear explo
sion yesteraay Brought police con conversing
versing conversing on a West Side taxi ga-
t The box, "discovered at 5 a.m.
by a car washer emolnved bv th
Bell Transotrtation System, had
labels reading "U. S. Atomic En En-erjry
erjry En-erjry Commission'" and "hydrogen
; danger!"-; -'
AEC and FBI ipenf Insrwvtw"
the box and gingerly opened' it
after deciding it was too small to
De a hemo.n i
Inside, they found a crude ar
rangement whereby a match was
redvto scraoe aca'nst a p'ece
oi sauapaper and touch off a cher
ry numb. However, the match
missed the sandpaper and failed to
ignite. v ;
DOUGLAS V. SCHNEPE1 (right).' artillery renalrerfrtrdnancff. J
,U.S. Army, Caribbean, receives a Department "of Army com--'
ineimauun ior meritorious civilian service from Lt. Col. K. H.
wvwAmaw& viiivvi t uviiububi. nan auumibLCii l miK.i'r?
tions ot which have .been cdopted by the Department of.1
uie Army ior Army-wiae use, Tnese conirihuiions are' estlmat estlmat-ed
ed estlmat-ed to benefij; the Army-wide operatidns. several thousands of
dollars each year. One Of his greatest contributions Vas the
development of a .gas-operated machlneguri which .features
both lightness in weight and an extremely jilgh .rate of fire
power:,; Kts award, citation reads, in.part:"For..outstandlng:
performance... from May 194 to May,195l, His outstanding
achievement In devising numerous Improvements and mocUfica-,
tions.. to artillery weapons, resulting In substantial savings of V
Government funds.'.' According, to the USARCARIB Sugges-
tlon Committee,. Schnepel lsf the leading USARCARIB .civilian
employe with the most suggestions adopted by the Department
of the Army and also he has the highest quality record- of
, : submitted sueerestlnru to riute us. imv hntn . :J
EIGHT BROTHERS ARE FATHERS The sons of Mr, and
Mrs.- Michael Joseph' O'Hara pose in Ministeracres England,
after the last brother was Ordained into the priesthood. The
O'Haras believe they hold the record for most sons In the-
priesthood. The brothers are, front to back:: Conteth, 27, newly
ordained as a Passkmislmonk; Garvan, 23, of Southbank; "Pat "Patrick;
rick; "Patrick; 29. of York; Desmond. 30, of Romsey; Michael (Father
Gabriel), 31, a Cistercian monk of Mellifont, Ireland; John. 33.i
and Alban, 38, both of Birmingham; and Francis, 40, of Grange-l
town, England. r i
Parts of the interior of AlasV
have temperature ranges of 170
degrees Fahrenheit-rom 100 de-gires-ni'
summer to minus 70 in
Get More. For Old
: Furnishings .With
... ; :. a. Want Ad :"
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Yea'd be iurprlw haw. aiMy talks
art looking lot whatavat yaa bava ta
elk Yae caa taacb 'mm takkhr
and chaaply with Panama Amaricaa
Want Ad.. : "l. s
tl veu'ra buying, Mllin, rantint
, bning at iwappii.g, asa
tna Want Ada.
TEX PANAMA AMERICA AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
To Play Texas Gov,
Casey Going All-Ouf To Win
Todays 23rd All-Siar Game
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
TUESDAY, JULY 18, 4. ;
In Single App
The' world famed Harlem Globetrotters will play
the Texas Cowboys at the Panama Gym tonight in a
single game for their only appearance on the Isthmus
during their present Central and South American
Th ftlnhatrnttarS. ACCOmoa
nied by.the Texas lowboys, were
cn earned to rrive a lucumcu
tt il:S0 a.m. aboard a special
Avianca, plane. The two teams
Iplayed last night in Bogota, Co
Previous commitments pre-
rrevious cuiimMiiw.vo f--
from playing more than tins
.v.. nfhnnl TflmOITOW'
game vu wic iouu ----
they are slated to travel to n-
ULiirr I kiiukj jLUiviavHU v" ...
t in 1.1 W- Vlw lml arv
pearance of the -Globetrotters
. rnis win do uw w"- ..-- r
ana we iitbi, w'-'iwauonai uym, auici o r" r"-Amonr
Amonr r"-Amonr the cowboy players will .m- iberla Restaurant and. th?
be 1852 Olympic high-jump
rhamnion Walt Davis. .. :
A variety snow win aiso "g,
AU-Star teams the National
nil mririn LeatUCt '(1958
records In parentheses) i i.
i NATIONAL' LEAGUE 7 "
Tempia, Cincinnati Utt), 8b
Muslal, St. Louis, (JO J) rf
Rover. St. Louis ( 521) Jb
Bell, Cincinnati (i89), cf
Lang, FitUDurgn juoj, id -Pailey,
Cincinnati (J35), e "i
MrMHian. f'ino'nnatl (582) ss
Friend, Pittsburgh (1M). P
Koenn Detroit .354); ss ...
Fox, Chicago WI6), b
Williams, Boston U68)lf
Mantle, New York (571), cf
Berra, New York (.281), 0
Kaline. Detroit (.282), if
Vernon;- Boston (424), lb -Kell,
Baltimore' (.320), 3b
Pierce, Chicago uj-s), p
ley (A.t.) and1; Gore" (N.L.), fon
lines. (Plnelll-takes over behind
, 11- llnr V !'-
To Hall Of m
" "--.- i iv
just one oi in.ny p-irun, Ta,
4h. Baaahail Halt nf Fame:
But it turned out to be a big mo moment
ment moment lot- Morrissy,' ? advertising
manager of a national magazine
and resident of :BronxviIle, N.Y.,
1 -.... k.f kaam. th. tnllllAnlh
i,. .i,vtna A nnuinm
tj i MtWm
showered with souvenirs and pass-
es. Tne nan was aeaicaiea m wu
ly, 1133.' v 1 '
Fierce, umcago p - Chicago White Sox (AX.) vs.
Umpires:-Berry (AX.) plate; iBoh Friea Pittsburgh pirates
lackowski N.U f'rst ase;(N L)
riahertv (AX.), second base: m........ .J'- ci.nrVr .v
. "iv In mi mm lULSU-sal af" -aaani. -- ,- 1
: 0 ))
1 f;;J& 4k
;".'V-; w ;
LtwnUii an 'added attrac
itlnn Tno-oltno' incrfna' a.i?cnrdion
wvu. --o of --
playing and gymnastics will bej
. mhnii rVn'ilnn. former-world
bantamweight champion of 1908 1908-14,
14, 1908-14, challenges any man to lift
him off the floor. The 87-year
ioiq lormer ooxer nas ui
:T Li ....v. 1, -t.
old former boxer nas mwirira
Rocky Marciano, Joe Louis, pri-
... n.i... ..U TaV
mo uariicro, oub nuii
Qene Xunneyr jack
innnuin inn ULiima. r
, ... ala
. -ricKeu nave uccu uu b.j
smce yesterday, evening at the
Santa na. Kiosk, General ad-
mission is worth si (one douar)
reserved seats ,11.50 ana uox
seats $2. ; i -The
game is scheduled to -get
unaerway at .:m p.m..
V LONDON July 10-(irP)-Crlcket
.player Leon Button
became a knight today. .
Button; one of.. Englanfs
greatest cricket players and a
former F.nrland caotain wal
Lotto of 39 knights bachelor in
vested oy Queen Liuaoem u
at Buckingham Palace.
Fads And Figures
On All-Stir Game
-Facts and figures in today's
major league AU-star uame:
Opponents : American League
1, National League. v .1, ;
Odds: American League favor-
..h. .ham. ntii -vn
York Yankees, (AJ.y ana Vf"
Alst0 BrooUynDodgers (N.
Site and nark dimensions:
Griffith Stadium. Washington.
Left f eld foul line 3KB feet:
center field, 408 feet; right field
iouiq line 3zo reen
Startinr time: Noon (E.S.T.).
Crowd capacity, estimated at
-,- Znnl ...
teriy winds favoring right right-handed
handed right-handed batters. ?v
Past AU-Star record: Ameri American
can American I.earn lead ser'esi 13-9.
- - ---
1953 results: national jueague
SL American Leacue S.
tratlmaren vaeainta frnm rate
(all receipts go to major league
ijrooi m nnp '" pj
ers' pension fund). glOO.OOO.
H0NEST!--Ron K. Chdrch of
San Diego displays a 464"
pound sea bass speared near'
(he Coxonados Island, Hex. The
fbh. claimed to be a world rec-
ord of the species for a skin-.
diver, fought for 45 minutes.
Wolverines ......... .... 3
Wildcats .............. 1
t.nn m wnierini Padorsrs long since quit becoming lyri lyri-7:00
7:00 lyri-7:00 p.m. Wolverines vs Badgers .
8:p.m. Wildcats vs Hawkeye
The box score:
j Hawkey es
Wlnklosky, D. ..
ft pt t
Klrkland,L. .,..., S
Corrigan, P. 3
Schock. M. .....w... 0
' .i jiMiVb r!"
Totals jt-.. .v 4:u : Xl 12 li 46
" rL',K';-- '.
Morris, K. ......
Mead, R. ......
Delaado. P. 4 0
Hamilton, B. 3 ; 8
Chalmers. J.. ...... o
18 10 14 42
To Regain 1$l Place
By HERBERT MOISE
Tn a tanaat.lnnal battle fea
tured bv the master-minding of
the veteran a basketball coach
a mtttna Vim And his HVa
coacn, Koaouo -riw iont
hlffh flying sensauons, oi
current senior Daatciuan jwy
riinariiina nalilto.: defeated the
Chesterfield champions by the
close margin oi two points u w
if n a time durlnar the- came
AW w r. o
I was there ever oneteam leading
by more man lour points. -ie
teams exchanged leads several
times during the game and at no
time was the outcome predicta predictable.
ble. predictable. During the first ten minutes
of play oauito iea zu to in. At
vi nA nf th next ten min
utes, the winners still led by the
same margin oi two points j w
37. The Galllto team led at ev-
ra Imnnrtant tlma readilK.
Kam's masterminding can be
singled out as the sole out-
stanainr feature oi vn j-csuuuu-i
naiiifit tMrtnrv warn' team
usually thought of as lacking In
adequate reserves, mowca uu
signs of a weak bench as he clev clev-ari
ari clev-ari mived hia lesser lishts with
nn ninvers finecial mention
Lija vvm y j T
should be maae oi uano
who Was top scorer ior me eve
ning wltn 21 points, ana oi k k-dvik
dvik k-dvik who nlaved the com
plete 40 minutes and scored 15
pOintS.. r r - '- -V- 1
At one time during the game
it faared that the atnrdv
Reyes would be sidelined as he
went over tne mw Darner oi we
National Gym on the south side
In an attemnt to TJrevent $
teammate's pass from going out
Of Dounas. A Keyes roso ironi
the spectators' siae or me court
itmninr sllcrhtlv. he was Iven a
prolonged-applause from every.
one m tne gym nvsi piayers in included.
cluded. included. .
This was a bitterly contested
match with both sides using ev every
ery every possible resource in -the
quest for victory In this "impor "important
tant "important big one." v u
In a forthcoming commentary
on this game, "we will deal on
otner nignugnts wortn meniiun meniiun-ing
ing meniiun-ing but too space-consuming to
Oe meniionea nere.
This win. Rives Galllto a half half-game
game half-game league-lead pending on
the outcome of the Balboa-Sey-
mntir same. Khould Kalboa win
'a first place tie will be in effect.
No More 6-Day Stuff, But
By HARRY GRAYSON
I- laUTT lVIli 1 11 Lin ) A LLC 4 1 1
tional Amateur Bicycla Champion-
Tnu Vnr rrk a M.
ships in Orlando, Fla., July 13-W,
aXU VvualUCraUIC LU LllC Tt J UL v-
vidence that the tautomohile has
.-.f bnnlraA KiV anlirolv
la mHr-- nf fot nfflril ; of
the Amateur Bicycle League of A-
mnpa fell vmi mat tnpre are more
Dicycie naers in mis country man
bicycle riders in this country than
ver 22 million. This msv be dif
ficult for a lot of big city dwellers
to oeiieve oecause utey woum uc
afraid to ride a bicycle for fesr
of betas run over. Many of them
have never ridden a bicycle, and
now it's too late to try. Xbe legs
are In bad shape. ' ,i;
lark TlUnav and Jeanne Robin
son, the defending senior and wom women's
en's women's champions came along W
years too late. Had these stand standout
out standout pedal-pushers scaled the
heights in the good, old dsys, they
would have been national celebn-
Alfred Goullet, for example, made
(ICS 1H VV31UUU W Cu a v .u.iv
tiMAM ... A m amataliv in
axv,w j -r.-, :
Anatralia. h pama to thd United
3100,000 a year. An am
Australia, he came to the
Stts in 1912 to becoma kmg of
States in 1912 to
the six-dsy riders.
nicYCLI racing WAI a na
tional sport at the turn of the Ceo Ceo-tnrv.
tnrv. Ceo-tnrv. and while it ia still wide
spread in this country, the compe-
uiion aivracis umc aucmvu
H nf hnx who nartkiDSte.' Writ-
nira araiM like "A BUvcta Blritt
V .Vfrora AUsnU to New York In 1903.
; Publicity-wise, you see, even the
1 fldlamond-bedecked bike's of Dis Dis-;
; Dis-; i mond Jim Brady and Lillian Rus Rus-?
? Rus-? -J sell oould not compet with the
J gold-plated Cadillac. r
0 0l nil,. V,;nna1 rhamninmhina Tg-
mind you of the almost totally tint.
knowB fact that the U.S. sends Jive
road and five track riders to the
iUC 1 nUUIIDI v.'-'"'!""-- r
. ''But we never do well," moans
sit oldt-imer, "because bike racing
in this country now is in we very
2 1 iw minor leagues compared to that
,in European and other countries."
2 14 i
0 STATI CHAMPIONS AND run run-0
0 run-0 0 ner-ups -about 150 of them will
Ha ah fha tartin line in OriSndO.
In the 1955 show on tne new xora
ritv Wnrld'a Fair Course. Jack
iDisney, a well-set-up resident of
one and five mil events easily, so
i l ,u. ..aim ,,AlraH aniav when
shut out in the 10 mile grind. Je
.41., hia thin! atralffht title, a
feat never beforo accomphshed.
h Pat De Colubus of Bunsio, wno
won the 1955 junior chsmpionship,
has graluated by age into the seni-
Agree On Trainer
Only On Race Track
nfFANPOTtf N I YNEAV-.1
OLEAWrOKI, w. jwofti L
loo'.rite a successiui proauce auu
. u":"".. i v..ai Pa
nil ILTT UUBiDCBB 1U llMUUtSi -' i
' .... . i l.
ianneiu ana oenmec mu w
to see eye to eye, and operate .on
a separate basis. The only thing
r. ,CK .l. fc.j
Monmouui rara. oui no uicj
mey nave m common on mo wu
is that Johnny Gilbert trslns their
Th: Peciflc Sf ssrn ll3vin-:!ion Company
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TO COLOMBIA. ECUADOR,- PERU AND CHILE
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA
HAVANA. NASSAU. BtOtMDUA. eram nn wanw
HVi "RE1NA DEL'PACIFICO" (18,000 Tons) l . ,.Jul it
TO UNITED KINDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GTJAIRA.
:.vt. TRINIDAD. SPAIN AND FRANCE
S.S. "REINA' DEL MAR" (1023 Tons.);! ; get.
- (Air-Condltloned) '
r. TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
S.S. "SALINAS" uy
M.V. "SALAMANCA" t -1
. ROYAL flUIL LINES LTD.HOLtAND
, ; AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH P ACIFIC PORTS
S.S. -LOCH GOWAN" r.. ...... July 2
S.S. TOCH RYAN1 4
g.S. "DALERDTK" .......... i J
S.S. "LOCH AVON" "y
All Sailings Subject te Change Without Netlee
f ACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION Co- Cristobal Tel.! W54I
nRD rn'ntr PANAMA Ave. Peru No. 65 Tel.J-U57l
' To! .' Olympics
, Jeanne Robinson, Z5, is a preuyj.,, -tar nam. tn ririfrih Kta.
school teacher and .all-round .ath-.A.u. Ur Game in Qrim.n Bta-
Ufa Cha, frrat Ki inAoH rlnurtt ill
IVLC nun AAA lj jvAaivu uvitu
font nationally in 1952. Nancy Nek
man, also of Detroit and a stocky
nu, ihuwiwu niw u iuiuim
tag,. agency, expects to recapture
fhtt titla hA h)ii in 1ASL.U
I Numeijous cracx nteycte rscers
lr tc enped skatprs- ,Th name
muscles 'get them there jin both
And vbu can't call a taxicab and
get anywhere in either, .
By BIANS REARDON
24 Yesrs In National League
Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: There is one out
.J-L. 1U.1 a.a.J
fticaa fin a ffrmmri hall M the
I. . .
djso is lorcea at secona. ine sec
j i .1 .u.
ona Baseman uiruwi 10 uio uiuu
ta,eman trying to pick off thst
ninnar Tha thrnw ia wild. thA run
ner from tmra oase scoring ana
the batter, who bad reached first
on the fielder's choice, continuing
to second. The runner who had
ben on first base, however, did net;
.n.tu. ha ma. r&llAd nut at ler.l
raatio ha W9I failed Out St let
ond, so continues to third. The ba'i
thrown wildly is retrieved an!
.1 A- LUJ .Vaaa.. aiiWaoa itlifl
... t aarnnrf hs rrcated a third
out. But is be out if his running and
drawing a throw ma not eiieci we
chances of retiring other runners?
M. E. LesUe.
' Answer: He was' out at 'second
l... Tk kittw It out. if in the
..i.L l tha umnira. the threw
the mn who wss eot drew af
w ll ll wis i
fected a play elsewhere.
Toronto Off On New'
Winning Streak In
uinn vrmir Julv 10 (UP)
The red not Toronto Mapie
gtreftK was snapped by Montreal
J ... .ff and wiriff-
,n new streak today, hope-
v.T il u -aU tham Into the
international League lead.
j-afs bunched five runs
j tn flr.t mning against the
i....niaa bnffAln Bisons Mon
jaav-Ktw, W .
day night and men wru. w
hanu up a 9-5 victory, their
.fraiht Tt was the only
game played, the other clubs not
rha vltnrv hnnated Toronto
lfhl nna a-atne Of UIB ROV-
als and while Montreal is tack-
i Afai OwtKaaatf Tm
night, the Leafs wUl be feasOng.ganst letf handed pitching
J ,., ain. mi gt.nM tnn n anned chai
wirhmonrf and Miami olays the
on... irinera in Havana.
tnhnn, Wetkl went All tha wav
for Toronto Monoay i game
to pick up hia fifth win
th-aa rfaraata Home mna hv Bill
Wilson and Archie Wilson made
'uiuigs wj iui vw.
By LEO H. PETERSEN
WASHTKOTOV." Jitlv 10 (UP)
Casey Stengel, who Is ''getting
a nine urea ot, 'losing ines
things every year," planned tc
go all out tn left-handed pitch pitching
ing pitching olatoonina todav In the 23rd
renewal of the Major League
ifi in m L
IVm air Tm mlVii tn a-lve
them more left-handers "than
they'll want to see," he said with
a arrln addlnr nulr.klv. "that is
if those guys don't pound 'em
too nara to maae me cnange my
mind." - r :
The Yankee nllot. skinuering
his sixth All-Rtar American
wiiiAri named Btllv Plprce of the
White Sox as his -starter and if
evervthlne- a'oes accordlnv to
ulan, will finish up with his own
wniuy Fpra ana tne inaians
Herb Score. i i
'Maybe those left-handers can
even thin?s up a bit for me."
Stenpel, wno has lose lour or nis
orevious five All-Star Games,
Walter Alston, manager of
the world champion Dodgers
who will pilot the National
League, named Bob Friend cf
t.ha Pirat.a. tn nnnoxa Pierce. He
Is expected to follow Friend
wltn soutnpaw warren epann oi
tne Braves ana Room Rooerw.'
of the Phillies, who has started
the National Leaaue five of
last six years, v
Thj selection of Pierce, a 12
came winner, and Friend, who
has won 11, were surprising
because Fr end pitched Salur-
. H, 0 .M
(w. rirera knocked him
aav ana nerce on 1 omiuj.
of the box In five and two
... . . j -l.
thirds innings. Ford and Rob
rt. nn the other hand, have
had their full quota of rest.
But 'tne nvai managers nr nr-oarently
oarently nr-oarently figured that so long as
a nitihr ..an n onlv three in
nings unless the game goes In
to extra innings tney woum
lead with the pitchers they con considered
sidered considered their best,"
Pierce always has ben effec effective
tive effective 'against the Yankees and
Stengel lone has regarded him
as one or tne oest in we dusi-
ness.f The- pittsbureh -nenr,
hander has beaten Alston and
his Dodeers three times thi sea season
son season without a loss while they
hava haaten nnharts r the last
three times he has faced them.
, Alston originally leanea to toward
ward toward Joe Nuxhall of .the Redlegs
a. ku aAnrf hnr!r hut "ha riff
led his mind when Nuxhsll pitch-
. i. it T r. .
ea against tne uroins olui olui-day.
day. olui-day. He would have preferred
wnvhnii hecause "he throws
harder than Spahn." :
i If Casey eoes aion; wun ms
nlanned left-handed oltchiug
iiiat Aisfnn la cioected to make
at least four chanves as soon es
the rules permit mm to no so.
Under the Ail-Star : regulations
va mmf. tart and nlav the men
chosen by the fans for three in
nings, barring injuries.
. nf what thnsa three lnnlnis
Vi. la avnected to sub
stitute Willie Mays of the Giants
for Ous Bell or tne Kecieas m
center field. Hank Aaron of the
Braves for Stan Musis! of the
Cardinals In right field,.. Ted
Kluszewskl of the Reaiegs ior
Dale Long of the Pirates at first
base, and Ernie Banks of the
i-.,k. tn, xnv MfMlllan of the
Redlees at shortstop. That fig
ures to give him more nower
sianrai tnn nianned chanses
but Ws big concern was for his
own star center, neiuer,
nan Ha inlnrarf Vila rleht knee
playing against the Red Sox last
ween bt returneu io piv-Mi"-
action sunaay. 1
"Ton bet the knee hurts
him,", Stengel aald. 'I'm not
even sure he'll, play today.
Teah, I pnt him In th at art -'ne
lineun but that don't mean
a thing. I'll have to watch him
tn practice. If I see he can't
make It, III put In that other
That "other fella" Is Jim
Piersall of the Red Box.
Should Piersall start, Stengel
inrfinata ha wnuld chanoB his
batting order, but did not Indi Indicate
cate Indicate in what way
Stengel emphasizea ne oia nui
want to take a chance and play
Manila If ha "Isn't fit for the
general pubUc doesn't fully re-1
ailie now mucn ne means to mc
club over the full season."
tl.,t enal ariHa4 that fl
lotta people are coming out to
tne game to see mm, ana Be Besides
sides Besides he always has hit Teal good
In this Washington ball park. t
"But maybe,"' he added, "I
ought not to take a chance and
Even though Mantle's status is
questionable, the Amer lean
League, wmcn nas won oniy one
of the last five games, was in installed
stalled installed a 7-5 favorite.
The game Is scheduled to start
at noon (Panama time). It will
be radio broadcast over the Mu Mutual
tual Mutual Network and televised by
N B C v'
The' forecast called for clesr
and cool weather, with a capa capacity
city capacity throng of approximately
snnnn auurari should a nost-
ponement be necessary the al
ternate times in oraer are s to tonight,
night, tonight, 10:30 a.m. Wednesday or
any time Wednesday afternoon
if the weather should cleaf."."
JOK WILLIAMS )
J. Norman Lewis, the Bullpen Blackstene, fastidiously ad
justed his old school tie and etaerved that the juiced-up pen pension
sion pension plan is going to draw a "better type ef boy" to basebatL
' 'A differeui type, anyway. The way the fund is putting on
rich, thick layers of fiscal security, is probably won't be long
before even the Rockefellers, wuitneys end Fords start shipping
their kids off to Florida rookie csmps., ; ; -;-.v----...f.
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v Just how much the scions can count on getting out of the
pension in, say, another five, 10 or 15 years, barrister Lewis,
unfortunately wouldn't be able to say. r This factor is controlled--by
the- amount the sponsors, in competitive-bidding, pay Jof
air rights, In the All-Star game and the World Series.. A'
..: Six yeah ago Happy Chandler, then commissioner, nesetlat-
,ed A TV-radie-contract that brought 1,150,00 per. His sucv
cessor, Ford rick, Just completed a similar one that calls forj
S3,25V,000 annually for five years.
The fee differential, it should be noted, has less to do wltht.'i
Frlck's salesmanship gilts. . Though even the players concede- $
the fugitive school teacher made a splendid deal. . than i?
does with TV'a- growth. -. '2!
In Chandler's time there were less' than 11.000,000 sets lai
user today the number is laser t- 40,000,0u0. What it will be in-'
196,,when the contract comes up for, renewal, can only be
guess. '?;.',' Tf.' .' iis ;,.'.' ':',;
. -r Industry spokesmen, drooling over trie possibilities of color.
maintain TV ia still in its Infancy, v. And, in agreeing, you will
please be so kind as to make no rude tracks about certain dra"'
matistSi nems analysts and boxing commentators. f
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A definite pattern has been established both as regards the
pricing of this particular product an J the disposition of thr
money. (A) The more sets, tne more the sponsor must pay
B) Whatever the amount, percent of tt must ge to the play
erl fund. (This comes to l.WU.OOO under the new contract
compared with only '9(I,I00 under the old.) j
one of the most liberal in existence. Players begin to collect
at the age of 50, as against 90 and 65 In many- other fields, i
Five-yea? men have been retiring on j&O a month, 10-year men
on $100. : :: : r-A ; ... ; : :.".' '" -1
Now that the fuhd Is growing to such reassuring proporf 4
tlons, these admittedly inadequate benefits, will, ; of course, b4
greatly Increased. Lewis point, out that if the players-agreed.x
to a later retirement age, the payments could go as high a f
$400-$500 a month. 7J
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. CLUBS ARE STUCK -
a iiiiiiv ii i-ijiiiuuiaiLivciv ucw.
, rpresumaiJly these"calculatlons are based on what's in -the
pot now; ; 1 x 't
. If renewal negotiations five years hence yielded $5,000,000. ., :
. hardly fantastic, in view of past developments. It is easily
conceivable the take might be upped to $7500 a yeart or more.'.
And it. wasn't too long ago that a major leaguer had to be
much more than average to earn that kind of money. ,
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It Is no secret that the owners aren't exactly delirious with
Joy over the 60-40 arrangement, but, even so, they realise they
are stuck with It and, what's worse, that they are never going
to get it off -their corporate back. To guarantee the fund's 11
solvency, they have had to forfeit their share of the game'
richest byproduct. v
You see, the 60-40 divisions U, illusory as far as the owners
are concerned. Most of their end Is immediately consumed in i
taxes, since they must pick up the tao for the fund's 60 per0
cent, as well as for their 40, ; ""W
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The only owners who get anything out of tha cut are tha.l
spectacular red Inkers, who have no Income to report. Like th--
gentlemen who own the Pittsburgh cluo. They dropped $3,500,""J
000 bankrolling Branch Rickey's nursery school. y
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"Irt fA popI bow the truth mid tfU country it tafe" Abraham Uncoln.
PANAMA, R. P TUESDAY, JULY IB, 1958
New Air Traffic 'Radar: Eyes Network
May Avert Airplane Crashes In Future
j PRIEST JOINS IN APPEAL FOR BABY'S RETURN The Ret. Thomas F. Code. a Roman
1 Catholic1 priest, stands with Mr. and Mrs. Morr,is Weinberger cn the porch of .their Westbury,
? N.Y:, home as they make an appeal for the safe return of their fiverw,eek-old son, Peter, who
! vii kirinaned. '.. .' i '
FBI May Enter Weinberger Case
tomorrow When 7-Day Wait EnHs
Under Federal Law, a
For Drug Peddlers
day waiting period must elapse
before the FBI can enter a mu
naninsr case, unless there is an
immediate indication that
Weather Or Not
J WASHINGTON, July 10-ttJP):
L-At nm. tomorrow, the FBI
fc?'n officially enter the hunt fori
the kidnaper of we wemoergr
.-...- I Hma O fill! VJPPK
violation is Involved. After seven
days, it is automatically assumed
that the criminal has fled the
state where the crime was com committed
mitted committed and the FBI may then
A spokesman refused to break
the official silence in Washington
on whether the FBI will imme imme-diaely
diaely imme-diaely throw its full weight- to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow into the Weinberger
case. It Is known, however, that
G-men have been cooperating
with New York State authorities
and are fully abreast of develop developments
ments developments in the case.
The spokesman said tnat thus
far no evidence has turned up to
Indicate that either the ransom
note or the telephone contacts
made by the abductor with the
Weinbergers have been maae a
cross state lines. ""
WASHINGTON. July 10 (UP) I
Consress vesterdav annrnveri and
seven- scnf to P'resident' Eisenhower a
' Thli weather itpart, for Iht 24
r tieun andinf B a.m. today, i pre prepared
pared prepared by tha Meteoroloiel and
, Hydrof raphie Branch of tha Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Company:
I BALBOA CRISTOBAL
. Law .4 . .j
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68 ' 72
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 1 1
The federal kidnaping statute
nftxsed bv Coneress durinc a
wave of national horror over the
kldnan-klllintr of the
Charles A. Lindbergh, carries the
death nenalty. A number of so
called ''Little Lindbergh Laws"
nassed bv states duplicate the
WASHINGTON, July 10 (UP) t- over aU military
ino government sua .yesieraay
the United States will be blanket blanketed
ed blanketed with an air traffic radar, net network
work network within five years that may
help prevent crashes like, the re recent
cent recent Grand Canyon disaster.
Charles. J. Lowen, chief ot the
Civil Aeronoutics AdministrationJ
told a House government oper oper-tions
tions oper-tions subcommittee "The f i v e e-year
year e-year plan will put this nation in
a state of readiness for the first,
stage of the jet age."
THE PICTURE OF THE CENTURY!
compromise bill drastically tight
ening penalties for narcotics vio
lators. ; ...,. ;
1 Among other things the bill
would authorize a jury to impose
the death sentence for any person
convicted of selling or giving her heroin?
oin? heroin? to youngsters under 18.
The bill was approved : unani unanimously
mously unanimously by the House without de debate.
bate. debate. Less than three hours later,
the Senate passed it by a voice
vote. The final measure was a
compromise between earlier
House and Senate versions.
It would set up a new scale of
mandatory jail penalties for per.
sons convicted of selling narcotic
drups or marihuana and forbids
probations, suspensions of s e n n-tence
tence n-tence or paroles to any offender.
It also' would increase present
jail and fine penalties for posset posset-son
son posset-son of narcotics. f
A person convicted of selling
narcotics for the first time would
receive a jail sentence of 5 to 20
years and a fine of up to $20,000.
It the offense involved sales to a
person under 18 or a second of offense,
fense, offense, the jail sentence would be
10 t. 40 vears.
Present maximum jail terms for
nrnn nossessins narcotics would
nn At be doubled and fines would be in-
Creasvu imm jubiiuowi; f,wv
to ud to S20.000 in the discretion
of -the court. Jail sentences would
bd mandatory for second r sub-
Miiient offenses. .. .V. if
The new jail terms for posses possessors
sors possessors would be 2 to 10 years for the
first offense, 5. to 20 for the second
offense, and 10 to 40 lor the third
with the might to
conquer the world I
wHh th lip to
i conquer tho monl
) ( r
Afraid To M Her
Husband For Money.
Wife Robs, Kills
coT.tmftUS. Ohio. July 10 (UP)
An Air Force major1 Jwife went
on a forgery spree that led to
murder because she was afraid to
ask her husband for money,, au
thorities said yesterday..,
Sheriffs Lt Ellsworth Beck re
vealed the background of Mrs.
Rianche.E. Jacobs', forgeries.
which led her to kill an elderly
couple whose signatures she had
forced to checks .totalling $1,149-
Beck quoted Mrs. Jacobs as say
ing she forged the checks because
He said the program will give
CAA control tower operators
"radar eyes" which will enable
them to deep track of high-flying
military and commercial
planes all over the country.
The Grand Canyon tragedy in-1
volved two commercial airliners
which presumably collided and
then crashed on June 30. All 128
persons aboard both planes were
killed in the worst disaster in
commercial ayiation history.
Lowen said the CAA has not yet
completed its investigation of the
double crash. He said the govern
ment agency hopes to use infor
mation gained from the inquiry
to determine "ways and means of
averting accidents of this type and
tit -uciigujcmuB au Bivfc.
The new radar safety plan, he
said, already is under construc
tion through a 40 million collar
congressional, appropriation 1 but
will cost 246 million dollars to
complete. He said the. first radar
units .will oe installed witmn u
The radar network, he said, -will
provide "continuous surveillance"
planes, including jets, flying at
high altitudes. He described the
five-year plan as -the greatest
federal airway program in ofc
?'As these-planes fly: the saf safest
est safest and most efficient routes ac according
cording according to the winds and weath weather
er weather prevailing," Lowea said, "we
will be able to keep them under
positive control at all times."
Although the United States now
has the safest air system in the
world, he said, the CAA is' c o n
8tantly improving and expanding
Homeless In Thera
its comprehensive network of
navigational facilities, communi communications,
cations, communications, traffic control, flight ad-
ATHENS, July-10 (UP) w A
U.S. Navy .destroyer and Greek
rescue teams landed emergency
supplies today on the tiny vol volcanic
canic volcanic Island ? of Thera, where
thousands of survivors were left
homeless by an earthquake, a
volcanic eruption and a giant
Latest reports said 57 persons
mostly women and children, were
killed and nearly 100 were in injured
jured injured in the disaster which
rocked Greece's Cyclades and
Dodecanese Islands In the Ae Aegean
gean Aegean Sea yesterday.
Government officials began a
tedious roll call of Thera Island
reisdents in an effort to learn if
more bodies were buried be beneath
neath beneath tons of debris. Rescue
workers dug the bodies of 10 vie-
Planes Aid Search
For Band 01 Armed
Rebels In Algeria
: ALGIERS. Algeria. July 10
(UP) French planes teamed up
witn ground iorces in a grim
search for a band of heavily-arm
ed rebels who killed seven French
soldiers and wounded U others in
an ambush yesterday.
Light planes and helicopters cir
cled and hovered over the barren
brown hills around Palestro, 45
miles southeast of Algiers, to spot
the rebel hideouts. Aground, mo motorized
torized motorized and foot patrols fanned out
The rebel band was known to be
heavily armed. Wounded survivors
of the ombush report) ed the rebels
opened up with automatic wea weapons.
, Palestro was the scene of a
bloody massacre of 18 French
reservists who fell into a rebel am
bush soma two months ago.
The Algerian rebles pulled the
trap yesterday on a military con
voy carrying supplies to troops en engaged
gaged engaged in a security action south of
Algiers, in the Cretes Oe Tabu
da area. -
U5AF In Berlin
Flying Poor Kids
On 5-Week Holiday
BERLIN. July 10 (UP) The
U.S. Air Force today started its
fourth "children airlift," flying
some 2,850 underprivileged West
Berlin youngsters to West Ger
many ror a nve-weeic noiiaay.
The children will stay with
foster, parents In the homes of
American and German families.
The Air Torce, which has
flown out West Berlin children
in similar operations in the past
mree years, nas picKea nigniy
qualified pilots for the lift. A to total
tal total of 20 aircraft are used in the
two lour-engned C-54S.
and other opera-
To Supreme Court
MADRID. Spain, July 10 (UP)
American bull f i g h t e r Harry
Whitney pleaded with the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court yesterday to Wipe Out
his conviction and six year prison1
sentence for insulting bpain De-
cause his love for this country is
"true and solid." v V
The court took the appeal under
consideration and said it would
hand down its decision in a few
Whitney, a blond Texan, Sodded
approvingly as his attorney, A A-gustin
gustin A-gustin Barrens, told. the court his
client never meant to insult Spain
or the Spanish people. -'
Any such remarks Whitney
might have made following a mo
tor vehicle accident in which he
" ine cnuorerr wiu- oe nowni was involved were made in a mo-
baca: to Berlin again by the Air ment of obfuscation," the attor
Force In August k t ney said. 4",
Charles Christopher Chase, 56
a British West Indian, was fined
$10 in Balboa Magistrate's Court
for interfering with oncoming
traffic while passing a vehicle.
Harold Everitt Rodgers, 35, an
Army man, was fined $10 for fol
lowing too cioseiy.
Julio Looea S.. 26. Panama
tims out of the rubble during the nlan, forfeited his bail of $10
night. The bodies of 43 victims when he failed to appear to an
were buried today. iswer a charge of operating a
A UJ5. Embassy official In truck without a proper license
Athens said a destroyer from the Gulllermo Alfonso Vargas, 32
VS. 6th fleet rushed emergency. Panamanian, was fined $5 for
equipment to the area. ..operating an automobile not in
King Paul and Queen Frederl- proper working order, The wind wind-ka
ka wind-ka interrupted a vacation on the shield of his vehicle was broken
Island of Corfu to sail to 1 the and clouded.
scene of ruin at Thera. I , Y
she was afraid to asg my nus- tcrid 8uiDhur smell wafted Sydney Barber. 25. and Edward
band for the money. . ipver the Island today from the.Fltzs-erald. 18. were nut on nro-'
Strangely, none ot tne JM rumbling 2,000-foot Mount Ellas batlon after being arrested for
sections oi Tnera s coastal ciius rtgnting la camboa. Edward's i
crumbled Into the sea durlng'probatlon will last for six
tha night. '' ...j months. Barber's for one year. I
" '. .AiJLoX
INSPECTED BY QUEEN In full ceremonial dress, men of
the. Royal Scots Greys, stand smartly at attention as Queen
Elizabeth n Inspects thenu- The ceremony of the handing
over of the new guidon' to the regiment was held in Edinburgh,
BLAMES IKE Sen, Hubert
H. Humphrey (above) (D (D-Minn.)
Minn.) (D-Minn.) blamed President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower for the House defeat
of the controversial $1.6 bil
lion school construction'blU la.
-.. : a speech In Washington.- ?
Defeat Of Sl
Aid Bill Blasted
WASHINGT6N. July 10(UP)
Sen. Pat McNamara. (D-Mich.)
said yesterday that flags should
be flown at half -staff "fti bitter
memory of the apparent death
of the School Aid Bill."
v . f
McNamara, In a prepared Sen Senate
ate Senate speech, said House defeat of
the $1.6 school construction aid
bill last week "will be a dark
cloud over every crowded, dlla-
piaaiea scnool in the nation."
He accused "narrow!! selfish S
Interests" in both parties Of "ig- t
noring completely more than 35 1
minion school children" in vot- i
lng down the schoor measure.
The House first tacked an anti-segregation
the school legislation and then
defeated the overall bill. The anti-segregation
by Rep; Adam Clayton Powell
(D-N.Y.), would have denied
federal school aid -to states
maintaining Segregated class
Sen. Richard L. Neuberger (D (D-Ore.)
Ore.) (D-Ore.) charged last night that
supporters, of the amendment
made "children the goats" of the
school aid controversy because';
the amendment contributed to
the bill's defeat.'1
In Wage Protest
LONDON, July 10 (UP) A
SrouD nf Ttnrlon nnlirnmM nor-
reported yesterday to have begun
a "slowdown" in protest against a
government refusal to back-date
a recent pay increse.
5 Informed sources said patrol patrolmen
men patrolmen in One of the ritv't M nnlioa
districts were ignorln parking
ana otner minor traffic offenses.
she eot from the forged
was used foolishly ,". the
aid i .- f
.Mrs. Jacobs said she stabbed
Mr and Mr. A. J. Robinson last
week; during an argument which
developed when the : Robinson,
learned Mrs. Jacobs had forged
their names to checks. ,j I
Prosecutor Samuel rL.' Devlne
said he would. ask that Mrs.- Ja-j
cobs be given a sahity hearing.
, "She was not being bblackmailedi
or any such thing,'7 Beck said.
"She says she simply used thej
mnnpv for thinei for the children
and tne house. She bought cloth-!
in for the family and herself and'
equipment for the house. i
Won't Put Dime
Into South Africa
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa,
July 10 (UP) An Americin indus industrialist
trialist industrialist said yesterday he would
not invest "a dime" in this coun country
try country because of its racial and mon monopolistic
opolistic monopolistic policies.
Walter Kreiger, president of the
Chicago Tool anJ Die Institute, ex expressed
pressed expressed his opinion just before re returning
turning returning to the United States. He
represented some 500 U. S. busi businessmen
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judge investment prospects in
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"I wouldn't invest a dime in
your country in its present circum circumstances,"
stances," circumstances," he said.
He said South Africa had lost
"millions of dollars" in. potential
American investments because of
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