The Panama American


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


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Panama -- Panama


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

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, JUL 23 1956

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Nuclear Weapons With Reduced Fallout

Making -'Real Progress; AEG Reports
WASHINGTON, July 2 (UP) in detelopmfiit f n atomic- StrausB uld'tisVIrnt In a

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.ThA United Statei 1 devel-

oping nuclear weapons which
will knock out a military tar target
get target without endancerinc great
numbers of ciT'Uana with ra radioactive
dioactive radioactive fallout. r-
Chairman Lewis L. Strauss
of the Atomic Enerry Com

f mission announced, last nicht

"real, progress" has been a
chieved in "making, weapons
with reduced fallout." He said
this is Important "not only
front a military point of view
but from a humanitarian aspect.-
News of the other major a
tomlc advances came from
Strauss. lie disclosed progress

powered airplane and atomic

anti-aircraft weapons. f
Lt. Gen. 'James M. Gav'n,
Army research chief, recently
estimated that in all-out nu nuclear
clear nuclear attack on Russia would
cause "several hundred mil 1
lion deaths" Including many
U.S. allies because of fallout.
The explosion of a nuclear
super-bomb -in the 1954 Bikini
test spread deadly radioactive
latlout over 7,000 square m'les.
Atomic Energy Commission
er Wlllard F. Llbby said ear
lier this year that fallout from
a nuclear super-bomb could
blanket a 100,000 square miles
nnder windy conditions. .

clear tests in the Fscuic nave -resulted
in important strides
toward developing a nuclear
weapon with "maximum effect
in the immediate area of a
target" but wtln'minimunv
widespread fallout hasard.t v.,
He also disclosed ; without
further comment that, the tests
show progress, has been mad
in developing atomic anti-aircraft
v The AEC chairman told a"
House Appropriations Subcom-
ra'ttee in secret testimony
made public yesterday that a
new step was made ki devtl-
oping atomic-powered planes.

Batista Here;
'.v. ". .-v' .' .' ',:'' t 1
Teh Mote

st vniNh "at ATTENTION' while the National Anthem ft being played were President ; Arias


Potter l7c!obacsa

4 OAS Envoys ;
To Lsiraflsrcs

.nvtiir nf thsTtAS Ambassadors

accepted Gov. wuuam E. pot

ter's invitation to visit Mirano Mirano-res
res Mirano-res Locks this morning.

Speaklnt; in Spanish, the Gov Governor
ernor Governor made a brief speech of

welcome : to the representatives
of .Ilaitl Uruguay, Brazil and

tnft united states, who were ac-
v ranied by .several ?y visiting:

E mployeReihement

Benefits Increased

By Nev D.C Action

The Civil Service Committees of

hurh th Spnat ana House QI fie

mltM sHschod a soparate rWer

to the retirament bill.

Chicago's Pclio"
Oi!'bre:!( Louliied

- Ilesllh Officials

- t. 'fs '''' t '.

The Public Health Service indi indicated
cated indicated yesterday that Chicago's

major polio outbreak bolds no dan

ger for the rest oi tne nation.
"Th harn lnpra in th nilm

ber .of poko cases reported in Il Illinois,"
linois," Illinois," it reported, "..-. is almost
ntirolv dii in milbreaks

In certain sections ofChieago,
. . .. . ..a. m ii.

nS,t.vM Lk new acUon in " 7 W certain sections of C h I e a g o,
These .re the Important m,W mainly in the aouthern part of the
IrirSnSr benefits Jor leder-l feature, of the measure a. approv "JJ-.

mnlnvn and their families

Their decisions were pan oi
Complex and important develop
ments in the retirement picture.
Word of their actions reached
Local 14 of the American Fericra.
tinn of Government Employes
th 'i its p-.onal bea-'-" '- s.

ed by the Senate committee

They would apply to all era
ployes under the retirement bill,
not merely to Chief Executives Executives-.
. Executives-. v
u 1. Optional annuity, after 30
years ef sarvice riardttfs of
( For -S yr t 'w
I t

mic, status."

' The health service said! 4& new
xaiAi nf nnlin were reoorted for

h. natinn at a; whnlft last week

130 fewer than were repotted in


the comparable wees ot i &o
far this ycar there have bcn 3,-
n ("Mnsred to 4 las

4 i


The first commercial jet plane ever taf :
land at Tocumeri Airport today brought
Cuban President Fugencio Batista to :
Panama. '

Today marked the beginning of the Parade of
Presidents wha artj converging on Panama to at t 1
tend the epoch-making Hemisphere Conference. Y
, Eleven of the 18 Chiefs if State are due at
Tocumen sometime today. 1 I
; The number of Presidents who will attend.the '
conference rose to a total of 19 (including Presi. ''
dent Arias) today: with lh last-minute accept :
ance of Ecuador's President, Pr. Jose Maria Vt ;
lasco Ibarra, t ; .', v. ,vV
, 4 ''.". ? i
;.'"..'A ....... B--- t?. a. t .1 : I '" ..'"".''.'.'!..'''"-).

...wuiih y uiiumg sunsnmc grceiea inr v.uoan presi president
dent president who was the first to" step out of the Cuban AirC.esi
jet, plane ot U:55 thii morning V

PRESIDENT AND MRS. ARIAS- greet Presldent-El e'et of Peru,
Manuei Prado (left).,who arrive at'Tocumen early this mora mora-.
. mora-. 1 ins accompanied by W daughter (rlghU. v,


for Cqio Pbf F xpresses
Hope n Ourcome 0 Suf

Fi. nk Wilder of ti e C. nnl or or-icam.
icam. or-icam. ation isooke in nani h to

I explain the operatio j ci

nrlr una tne nan Hi.

. Lanai ,z,one ponce siationo
extra patrols on Gaillard High-J
way and in the locks area,.-..

Tomorrow afternoon some of

the visiting Presidents are ex expected
pected expected to visit Mlraflores.. j'
The general public wishing tc
Inirwrt. fh lnrlr will hvnprt-

ed to go to the west bank start

ing at 1 p.m. tomorrow.


i Civil S- l.'
d S. 2 -S

"Yott can say that : I am v e r y
hopeful ol the outcome," plaintiff
-Robert JJ Boyd said today of the
suit in-which he and 100 other
n")ts hope to recover some; S2,.
,000 from the Panama Canal


Co. Informed thtm that their
pay was in ratio ta that -of Hi
masters of A J vtstalt. At that
tima. tha pay of pilots, topped
more. .( ry ti

fc:ral Servicer
Fcr r!r$.:I!::re ;:
Sot For Tcmcrrov

' Mr. Yam. Mnnr tmmhF nf

a well-known Isthmian family,
died at 1 o'clock Thursday after afternoon
noon afternoon at Gorgas Hospital. She was
82 years old. v

'. Mr. Mnnr ViflH hArn ill for

some time and had been a patient


that of the milters. But whan
'. .mr.' n.u rata., tha Ca.

nai objected to paying the pilots

Yesterday Warren Pitman' testi- at the hospital since last

u ika rnai frt har tvtn niirnfl 7 ioiie wii inua m -riuaiitt auu

laymond F. Hesch, a lock-oper- was the -wife of Sidney F. "Moore.
.ir rfiv-r v;hn fnrm-.rlv sat on the a retired Panama Canal employe.

...... trtirui : -.-Mrs Moore had., been "living re-

e ntlv with hr xnn. Georse H.

m i.irf that ftir hft wss sub- Moore. H)f Ancon, who is employed

iv "j ... 1 n..,inM k a. Timo iMvtr and Pavroll Suoer-

-.rnu tho suit nas aiiracioi vi1.tfahnpv'a -d m on th. tele- visor in me ,vu

nnnnp 10 inquire wneuier '-, v

... .1! li Tk.:' ...Mm. i'.t "1 f J. U

1..... ...... v in anuiuun iu uci uuau.uu auu

1 MfBM. a. ...

nr mnminl' rnffeg with1 a ball

dozen fellow pilots at Balboa Sery Sery-ice
ice Sery-ice Center, he summed up their
feelings ,with the..remk:v;;; j,
: "We honeHy feei, or we would
never have ferought this s u i f r
that wo are antitlet to eomptn eomptn-setion
setion eomptn-setion equal to tha?. of pilots in
States ports, because no pilotage

Despite its unexciting day-toda

progress, mo un
much attention among employes of
the Panama Canal Company and
.... 1 nnvpmmp.nL Wnal-

ine wau f"" "V v j i.
ever decision is finally rendered is

the; 1 i the Senate and raport-

,r-- ... . ... ...... 1.

d tha 6t lavoraoi' t.-
.Hovte. : 1 ",
llm-i ara Ihft rhlP.f features Of

the retirement bill approved by

the. House Committee) t

1. Optional .annuity at age

with 30 years of service with-a

reduction of 1 per cent ior eacn
year the retiree is under age W.
rncint law nrovides a 3 Per cent

reduction for each year the, an

nuitant vis below age ou,
2, Th present formula of I per
cent plus $25 or I'a per cent times
vtais of service would be replac-
. .1... . in ,r 1

ea py 1 per cei
ner cent Umes year of service.

whichever m greater.

3 At tne time oi reureuicm,
employe would continue t elect in

annuity lor ms survivur uiwu m

dehth. Under present law, 'there b

a penalty of i per cent on tne ursi
Sim of annuity plus 10 per cent
on all above $1500. The new House
Committee version would apply
3 per cent penalty to the first

S24M of annuity plus 10 per. c-jh
i ih.t ftntir. I "' ' ' i '

4 By a vote erv i
ContmiHM rotained vha present
i par cent employo eontribu.
,5.n Under the House Committee

ment Fund would be financed byj

a-iiwmal cost-plus mteresi iuhuu


6. The bill would taite eiicci
vember 1, 1956. '. ;
. ik inniiiiRinn of the execu

tiva ipnisinn. Committee Chair m

Wdon hi ntirtt,. the raduction
would be I par cent

The ji'ialyllf f.urcs are 'less
encouraging. There were 212 par paralytic
alytic paralytic cases last week compared

-.".I". i m zu uie cuniunrauie nee, taa v

5 years of service rr. And the oarslvtio total so1

unHaf tha nt. ... .hi waaw ( n n a n a AMlv

iaj (ilia 7i .10 v a

slightly below-last year

compared to Liwo,--

. jl .tfiia if.wi limy., f ,.
Moving Hukklv rJown the tnt nf tha-Rr'll-UAinlr

Turbo-prop Vickers Virr?nt pbre Batista extrHij 0.

vlw Ai.-s U -s "very i:z:zi" ta bt, c.J

offer the ploying of the Notional Anthems of Cuba end

"it. Thv first

wmi!i1 ha fiiriirpfl unHait tha nrai

cnt retirement formulas, and 3 per

leni wouiu uo aiipuea ui an iir
maming service.
3V An employe electing an 'annui 'annuity
ty 'annuity for his surviving spouse upon

his death Vould have, bis first
i'Mntl af anmiitv rarliipnf i hv 214

per cent. For annuities above that

amount, there would be a w per
cent penalty. s ,
4. The Senate Committee ver version
sion version increases the employe's, con contribution
tribution contribution to 7 per cent,, y
An effort is being made to have

the Senate vote on the executive
alarv increase bill and the new

retirement program this week. A

a. EHective date oi tne measure
would be Jan. 1 1957, i
The House Civil Service Commit-"
lad alwi rannrtftd favorably. With

amendments, S. 5 providing ha-
armia ratiramant pn varies tn ad

ditional employes of the Bureau oi

Pn-ons and others. ...

'ihe smendments do not impair

. ii. a. ; 1 1

tie i;ecuve oi me oui

British Giye CI
... .'i . -, .Vt 'J 1
Dcoth Sentence ;
ForCafe Stabbing
. -,'".. '.'f T.'f."'
- t TTPrW VnoUnl Tulw 90 ITP1

A British court sentenced aa A-

merican airman to aeato oy nans-

iflL wud iub aiAMUiiia a vims,.
laborer to death during a cafe

brawl. ;
' Th pnnvirted American was A-

2C James C. Jordan, 30,, of (1182
Broad St.) Newark. N. J. He was

convicted of the fatal Blabbing of
?7.vr.nM lahnrr Walter RpaM-

mont in a dockside cafe, at Hull

on May 4.- i. : -. ?
The jury which convicted him
Atari trrnne recommendation

for mercy. Mr. Justice Byrne, the

presiding judge,, said tnis recom recom-mendaUori
mendaUori recom-mendaUori would be forwarded to

the proper authorities,..'., a

"" p'vijmj vi tiiB iiuiiuiiut Miuiems or v,ut3 cna
Ponomfi, the two thief executives chatted cordially for
several- minutes while photographers recorded th scene',

oarisia was men wniskea away to the conference
headquarters at El fpnama Hotel while President Arias 1
L I i f t 11 i W m

peo,an wnai wouia sureiy do nis ousiesr nana-snaKing day.
; Due to prrive shortly after press time were Brciil's
President Juscelino Kubitschek, who is 'travelling with
Uruguayan Chief of State Alberto Zubirio. The President
.1... f ri p i i -j 1 1 .

eiecr or ti aaivaaor, u. uoi, josc Maria Lemus was also
expected in the early afternoon,

red carpet was rolled out for the

npptPl to set something ot a 1.- .t.nnnB. a "battle of the three daughters and four sons. air.-lkii- in an afforf to

nrpppndcnt on twUcies to be follow-on,,v ., erected whan v- Funeral services will be; b e I t .. ,DDr.v,i 0f th

r t aA l, a ., a at ID a a-A BT. tmn r-""" T

V5U v 1 I '' mvvi.- 'a" -

Cvi RgWs Leaders Fight
To Overcomo .Dixie Stalling
,. ..... j'.,. ... ... A s ...

, f s-,t "J Murray announced he will in.ia'.
In addiUon- to her husband and, t esing employe eontrw ; WASHINGTON, July 20 (TJPV-. Elsenhower's elvil rlghU bill In the
son, George,' she is lurnvetl .W . to centt- . . Hnils. Atav. tow,rd flnal -first- major test on the controver-

" ."... fppl that'V"" iu.u.wtrtMl Aieol.

Manv oilier ciufj- 7 tnt! court ior accciiinitc w jv
if thP-niU.ts at the top iocaUy ;?h,,B roiin(18 of admissability.- will XJllow at Corozal Cemetery.

.ihititir and pomDensatlon ... i L ... ; y

1U ICi.o."".V -- --- .

hoir nninta there will be

better, opportunity for those em employes
ployes employes in less-exacting -categories.
Behind aU the arguments is the
deeper one of to what degree the
Panama Canal Co.-e Federal cor corporation
poration corporation must conform to gener general
al general Federal practices on questions
of pay and status :
. Pilots fael Lb,;$.,'n'
background lies in the act that
' soma four years ago ihe Canal

U 15 Survive I Se
1 ?-.-: --r-" "J..-?- V-"v '. "i
IJnBlis&jU Quest

IntermeSf retirement m. aw. b.

NIMIMI, n --
lea Committee, reported a g a i n
major liberaliiatitna of the Civn

Serivo Retirement prMi."

On 2 Charges

-nn-iru r-i; Tula 4V l TV ii-f t ffirli frrtrn All AVtir trie

i XjU1V DrtVll, vaiu., -v ...i,v bp V.
rwT-v -;f--.- ;nArnQhAn&l ItAaiu wArld 4nnlf Hairt in tbfi C0ITlD6LlU0n

ii kw riii ftris sulci iiaviuiii w-- -r v w w- w

(Ues were selected at the,. Mist. -tooi- I?.tt measure.

Raantv Paceant tonuznt as eomoete rnaay hjbih hum iu iui t riv '

' . .... 1. I- V. .liMl.a,.il ...I ,Knn

Motorcyclist Tomas A. Griroaldo,

The House drove toward final pas- first

sage of the Administration s civh
rights bill today, but southern op opponents
ponents opponents hoped tp stall its approval
another day. -iliuse
leaders were expected to

Ikeep lswmakers in session inio

ha n Bht if npppsmrv. 10 try 10

ItriV lieiiremaiii iva...... niSUW U netcooaij,
Another bill on which action w. break the Dixie fight against ; the
i .... h iitivft lalarv m-

crease bill H. B. 7619. It would

rai-e the salaries oi approAiinj.L approAiinj.L-ly
ly approAiinj.L-ly 600 executive positions, inc Ho Ho-ir
ir Ho-ir that nf tha. Governor.PresKh.nt

of the Canal Zone and the Pana

ma Canal Company, mis pus.i.
would be upped from about
.,n .muni tin noo under Uie

nnrnved t)V the House.

Wednesday ine aanaia

New RP E-Vcy

i nivdruR nrMiuv m vw.a---- ---.

ft..i;.. 4. tha PnvptPi titia of the fivft will be eliminated and then a

most beautiful girl in the world. Miss Universe will be chosen fromi

; The 15-selected in last nignt s iinon uiem.
semi-final competition were;
Ileana Carre. Miss Argentina; Lu Included among the finalists was

ci Auquier Miss Belgium; Maria Carol Aioms, miss iows ana mi". p .

Jose Cardoso, Miss urazu; Mar-,u.a.A.-ne iq jyiia. iwiiU

i . .1 : .:. ( k. imo .i.ntnnr ani ii.v.'. r l nmivnit-r I, i

PIS niMiriKUri. bius vuua, mo "a ..

91 Panamanian was convicted'of Waller. Miss England; Anita Pry- a minister, the Rev. Laverne Mori rrrrr lfl
Sri friffU cha" Bafbol er. Miss Francel Marina OrscheVris of the Davis Street ChrisUan CCrCCIUfJ

Magistrate's Court yesterday. Miss Germany; Kits uouma, miss v-nurcn pi uuuniwa, t ,:
He paid a $10 fine for having no' Greece; Sara ,Tal, Miss Israel; ; - f
operators Ucense, and $5 for o-Rossana Galli,- Miss Italy; Erna Miss Morns was assured a mo mo-S
S mo-S i cvcle wiSiout a propcr Marta Bauman, Miss Mexico; Lotion picture contract by Un.versa
Vnfficr : la Sabogal, Miss Peru; Ingrid Glu InternaUonal Studios. The Miss U.
"-j on a "charge of operating in un- '. de, Miss Sweden; Carol Mori S.A. crown was the second award
v Hlrensrd cvcle he was fined another j Miss Iowa and Miss V.S A., and won by the etatuesque beiutj whe
$10 and given a 5-day jail term, I Blanquita Hcredia Osio, Miss-Ve. previously had been picked as tne
suspended neoeU. : ... .most popular girl in the contest.

C m-

BERNE, Swltierland, July 2
UP) Panama's new envoy ex extraordinary
traordinary extraordinary and minister plen plenipotentiary
ipotentiary plenipotentiary IUimundo Ortcja
Vieto, presented his letter, of
accreditation to Swiss Presi President
dent President Dr. Mark us Teldmann
here today. )

Th phdiileftarrivai of the

Presidents for thla alternooa It

as follows: .)-

1:59 p.m. Gefl. Paul Mgioirt
-of Haiti.
J;00 p.m. Col Carlos Castillo
Armas 6f Guatemala.
"5:30 p.m. Adolfo Ruiz Corti-
. nes of Mexico. (Not con con--
- con-- ". firmed aa yet). .,-

S:40 cm. Jose riguerea of

Cost RlcA.
J:00 p.m. Gen, Pedro Aram-
! i buru of Argentina.
S:00 p.m. Jose Maria Vflasco

loarra oi Ecuador.
Tomorrow At 3:10 a m. Her

nan 8Ues Suazo; Pres:,, cut-elect

of Bolivia is due to arrive, sev

eral noui's perore tne arrival at
8 a.m of the United SUtes

President T" :ht D. Elsenhower.

Te l--t l L-sident to be wel-

eoi c l T 'unen will be Gen

eral huncos Perez Jimenez of

One Pie 'lent, Gen.-Carlos
Ibancz del Campo of Chile, ar arrived
rived arrived here yesterday at p.m.

ne was tne second oi in cnieis
of : state slated to attend the

historic conference tomorrow.

The first to arrive was Gen. Al Alfredo
fredo Alfredo Stroessner vof Paraeuay

who was greeted at Tocumen

Wednesday night by Panama's

unprecedented epic-making con-

Throughout the city colorful
flags renreaantina- tha 1 T.aftn

American nations fluttered on
iwhitt flag-pole-, In park and
I u tu. 1 J . aj T

puuiic squares, nanners pro-
claiming "Blenvenido", welcomed -the
visiting chief of state, and
window displays In stores all

over the city featured pictures
Af tha rflimlfflrlaa an I .lh..

historic exhibits. ;

Ail hotels in the -city hm
been booked solid for the past
week and late-comers to tha

(Continued en fage I.

Is ffcxl To Cell

Press Ccrc:.ce

ami measure.

It defeated by voice vote -an
mandmant by Rep, Edwin E.
Willis (D-la) t knack eut all
provisions of the bill except the
proposal for a bi-partisan civil

TV, mmiM al.n haua ricSlUCUb Adas.

Bharply curtaded the power of thel Yesterday members of the
commission by denying it subpenaOAS CcuncU held two sessions,
power and requiring it to consult! The morning meeting began at
r ..... in a m of tha Balls Villa Calnn

wim siaie ouicisu. .

It would have removed from the or u ranama Hotel, xney con-

bill provisions setting up a civilltlnued their commemorative

rignts division in the Justice Dei session at 3 p.m.
pari ment and authorizing the at- Except for a luncheon buffet
torney general to bring civil suits held at 1 p.m, yesterday, tender,
in federal courts for violations of ed by the OAS Council in non

voting rights. or of tne presiaent or Panama
i The preliminary vote supported and Mrs. Arias, there were no
predictions the bill will be ap- social functions In the evening,
proved. However, southern s t a 1- ( Today was considered a,
ilia.., AArnhinj4 VniltK TsUflt fJHA- .t t M SL a.!-1 4 I a a

Still cted on were numer-
Aita.- msnHmr'nt to the bill DTO-

nA Ku nnth-.rnpT. SDOnsors Of

a J a""" .

th meaiure fought off all tne

amendments offered yesterday ex
cept two.

Both Republican and democra democratic
tic democratic leaders told supporters ef the
measure the southern a m e n aV
ments were aimed at "scwtl "scwtl-Ing"
Ing" "scwtl-Ing" the bill. They urged Opposl-

u.. .MAMmaMta I ill c wp.ti. nuwcvci. Buuiucui

.... riir inHVI imp tactics combined with plans

. Ikiru. ,iiiaiiuv wv..v. - - - ----w I-

. mnnna nf tha for a riinnpi for reiirine sen. wa

bill said he hoped for a final vote ter F.. George (D-Ga), b 1 1 rr ad

on the measure today. But nep unai ichoii uciurs mw iwiuww
VUl'iam M. Colmer (D-Miss.), a tno earliest

leader of the southern uioc, saia i even n m n. ......

th "odds are agauist a una! vow m, pronptcis r -n
today !. A,erth-rii l.bust.r

v. tMnt rtanunun in sav wnFLiinr mil couio hiii rnt mveiaiwiv


ar not they would resort" to the virtually etrtiin If It com

house lestiersnip to aoanoon piaus bivbuimbi. """-
for a final vote vestcrday. r .Jwith every wcapod at their com.
. v..i.r,ii tha Until nhnuted mrnd to dclav House action, and

down a southern Democratic at-to down the
tempt to water down President nu-asure

dignitaries t and their wives

who were expected to spend
Uie first few free hours they
have been permitted 1st shop shopping
ping shopping and sightseeing.
On! three countries will be

conspicuous by : their absence


Tha first of the visiting Presf Presf-dents
dents Presf-dents to call a conference with the
press is Col. Carlo Castillo Annas
of Guatemala. ; 1 u
" In an announcement issued today -members
of the local and foreign;
press were invited to attend tht
conference tomorrow at 5:30 p.m.
at tha nnntamala tTmhatcv nn fa.

He Ricardo Arias in Campo Alegro,
Whether this would 1
set a pattern far th eiher presi- v
dents wss not known. No othep
press conference with any efiitht -other
presidents fias been an
nounced as yet.-"

i VB3UUU Ai inaB, wause guv era
ment just marked two years sine
the fall of the Communistic Arbeng

government, win arrive win mrs.
r-abtllli irmii anil nthar mamhara --

of his official party this afternooa

fat Tocumen. Also tn tne group win
ibe Humberto Leignadier, Pans-
ma's Ambassador to Guatemala. :

The press conference is being
held at the request ot Panamanian
newspapermen who were euots

last evening St. a cocktail party

given by Guatemala Ambassador ,(o

Panama, Ur. Koberto norrera ana

iiom me unique nenuspnere Mrs. lierrera, in me aniDassy in
conrerence They are Colombia, jcampo Alegre. Also attending tne 1
"iondmas-and the Dominican i party were members of the Gua Gua-rtepublic,
rtepublic, Gua-rtepublic, temala press and radio who ara
Panama Cltv was already : covering the OAS commemorative

administration I leellnn that effects of the com-1 reunion and Ihe meeting of the
am -' -- -PPk-end, as the Presidents of the Americas.


FSIDAY, JTLY 29, 1953



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It yoo centribirt httei don't
fetxt dor Lalttft era aabhihad hi
Fiesta try ta kp tht kttart

Identity af leHu writers It Mid in ttricttsr eeaf ideate.
This ntiMMr attumet as resaoatibilir iof trstssMnts at

sssfcuad Is Itttais ram mean.


Cm mv ft 1 QKfi. there, was

the Canal Zone one of the greatest frauds in the history of
the United Scates. This holds true especially for the personnel
of the Armed Forces' for j whorn it was said television was
primarily intended.. j ;:
Television was introduced cntwCanal Zone on May 6 by
the Caribbean forces Network -OEtensiijlyKfor the education and
entertainment of -Armed Forees persottM.and their families.
What, happened? Well, the first and most objectionable to
every red-blooded citizen of the United States was the uncon unconditional
ditional unconditional surrender to Panama and discontinuance of the com

mercials, because of the ridiculous protests 01 a nsnaiui 01
chronic agitators agalnsti everything tfeejgrlngo does In these
Climes. : -,.-;vUv r-C.'f.xQ:(H. r ''f'
Mosft of us took the commerdato-pJsodr as Just another
penalty vta-have to pay for lelnijin 6 overseas area where
we do not hae the protection of ou.-.own government. The
musical intcrludes'! could be tndured, but tbeatopst slander slanderous
ous slanderous Insult to my Intelligence cannot. bcrlfnersd.uWhat do I
mean? Imican simply the repetitions programs CFN-TV puts
on. For example, I have seen the same thing on the Armed
Forces hour nc less than five times. It. is common for one of
the nationally televised programs to be repeated within a week
after it has been shown on cFN-TVTThere's nothing enter entertaining
taining entertaining about seeing program-repeated tjme after time,
t If CFN-TV Is going to conilnue this kind of operation, why
don't they announce it to the public so that those who jumped
the gun and bought television sets' can make a bonfire out of
the sets they so foolishly bought, and the more skeptical ones
can brag ta saying "I told you that (1)6 proof of the pudding
Is in the taste." I was hornswoggled.and.I.know it!
. T. V. Owner


This Is la answer to Afrlcanus. You go to your church and
i"wUl go' to mine; That's the way inST-ftrneavnt mrway.
f That's the way I like it.
y ., Caucasian

Lets Eat

' 1 Corn on the
I 4MTe deer
3 Bridegrooms
4 Theater
SJBaked clay
0 Ascended
7 Jewel
8 Window
. glass parts
9 Feminine
: Anriplltttinn
12 Hail!
13 Weary
HGudrun'i ')
IS Cooking ;
tft Wintf-shso
11 Small stream
17 Greek
, governor
iseutsijp v
23 Elevate
24 Add liquor
to coffee
25 Academy
, IB Heavy
i hammer-
!J0 Might flni-
- rtnm In an
,21 Expire
22 Ages
24Non- i
. professional:
26 French
military caps
28 Tree knot
So Agree
J2 Frozen water
J4 Condiment
as Tuesday
36 Editors (ab.)
7 Hoarfrost
39 Rusiian lake
40 Plateau
41 Fruit drink
-'41 Heatings.;.
I ; devices
I 45Guidei
49 Interpret
I 1 Exclamation
' 2 Citizens, (ab.)
1 SS Portent
I 64 Regular (ab.)
BS Stockings
; : Z6AnUtoxins
' ,67 Moines,
t lowa
I Headgear ;

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tka erasr raeanrad.
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Answer to Previous Puiile

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28 Thomas 43 Group of
Edison's three.
middle pamev 44 Burmese j.
29 -rtn apple' demons' i
StComtfulsiofir' 6 Passage lit'
33Sultanic the brain brain-decree
decree brain-decree 47 Biblical
38 French lady pronoun
40 Minister's 48Proops i
.home 80 Angeles.
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Labor Neys
And1' f

This is not the shinine hour fnr
Soviet .propagandists. They have
been known to wander among
pickets in the hope1 they could
needle one of them into hitting
somebody. Then the R u s a i n
journals could reveal that blood
flowed while American VCossacks"
and capitalists stood shoulder to to-shoulder
shoulder to-shoulder against our "working
class": ,.
If there's any blood on the steel
picket lines uus summer, it will
flow only because some marching
worker tripped over the hot and
cold running -water pipes and
television lines which some big
steel plant manaeers have strung
from inside the gates to nearby
picket shacks.
or because, a picket supped
while gettina into a car disDstched
regularly by one big company to
pick up two union men and drive
uiem around the .: plant grounds
to prove that there is no Secret
production going on during the
This is a calm, civilized strike-
ana you can take its measure from
the fact that although the dead deadlock
lock deadlock will -soon cost, the country
some 9700,000,00 a week, the sole
sign of outward anger came late
last week in Pittsburgh Steel
union leader David; McDonald
brusquely refused to be photo
graphed with, the steel industry
executives. It might give "a false
impression," he said. -'
You can measure the temper of
this modern-type national strike,
too, by the unpublicized 28-point
sei oi stme instructions which
went out the other week .to all
. Pickets were told riot to drink drink-and
and drink-and picket captains were Ordered
to send home any tippler who
might stir trouble. Local strike
chiefs were instructed not to rut
loose with strike funds. Coffee.
The maturity of both I d In
this struggle of industrial masta masta-dons
dons masta-dons can. be gleaned from the
union e warnmg to the strikers to
neip tne company keen its urn.
perty fiora damage.
The first of the 26 mints said
specifically: "The strike at ySur
plants must be conducted orderly
and peacefully."
Instruction Number 10 warnad
that "pickets shall not bar manage management
ment management officials.; superintendents, or
foremen r office workers not on
strike from entering the plant, mill
or mine." ... ., j
This Is followed hv nrdera Hint
union officials are to "make all
necessary arrangements with
local plant, mill or mine manaoA.
mentS for the continued employ
uiem, m necessary sianaDy men
or service forces during the strike;
Such .... men shall hn AmnlnvaW
for the sole purpose of preventing
deterioration of production equip equipment
ment equipment or absolutely necessary com-
uiuiuijr uiuiiy services.
And the union printed sneciat
passes for service and stand-by-
uevuie- ro -crowTncKenmes and
seep uie piantr onexr.
Point 13 shows how far we've
gone irom earlier strike 'days. It
oirecis local leaders to "Establish
cooperative relations with alt
municipal and police authorities.".
Nor will Russian foreign corre correspondents
spondents correspondents ii. our industrial valleys
find the class struggle written
across the picket line placards.
The Steel Union specifically warns
in Number JW of its instructions:
Any banners or placards used
on picket 1 lines should k
exclusively to the strike issues and
aeai wun no other matter."
' This is a civilized strike. Now if
k were omy a short one ... .1
as :
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1 i
SEA DOG-"Butch- real-1114
" counterpart of coer-and
poster artist Albert Staehle's
; mischievous pup, poses with his
; latest likeness. Butch is going
to sea and shore installations
' aboard the poster to keep
sailors reminded of the Navy's
re-enlistment campaign. t

Nor were there to be any mSss &s SeyX ThS HSe Jy ZYX2g$tt tiA&jL MlZ

. w me uuia aiuc ui uic uut uie ana mi iimc Diumwrn in accuraieiv aennpi 11 icr. "ih J ...u .w.,. n..r

I j SSSWSSSaSSBJ-i '- ii -i -- '!.- a i

WiL fit" M' t i

The Broadway Breeze f
has a prettier ;spundr:,r"On4 My

way 10 a star" u ? .vanety s;each other'toeji to getUt acb
frightening statistic: Teevee offers other's way and hurt '-each -other's,
4169 feature films weekly. JJeBngs-rvH 'iv,;, (; -..

view: There wui be 8 urstnignts
in Sept. "Reluctant Dubtante" is
the season's initialer. .Deborah
Kerr is starring in a saga titled
'The FacU of Lite." She writes
in Woman's Home: Companion:
The sexual ideal ia constantly
changing. Everyone thought Jean
Harlow was a sexy, movie star.
She bad a size 34 bosom. Today
it has to be 40 infches tff meet
Houywood standards." (OOh.). .?.
Boberta Sherwood's closing night:

at;tthrUungMy reports: S.f'N one naa evef.BiUvjsr atUIwiiiiu:huj; feniufegaitisf'Clrt

riiwTho crowd gave Jier another
miss ier 1 -i . t ;
The candor trophy goes to ''H i
L Mencken: A Portrait from Me Memory."
mory." Memory." The author's description
of his first meeting with Menck
is unprintable in a newspaper.
Jeff Chandler, the actor, anx
ious to earn com The Hani way.
He wants to be a writer. (Sllleh;
boy.) ."Moby Dick" illustrates;
what makes a mouon picture a
Work of Art. .Skewp: fcva Marie,
Saint's real name is Eva Mane
Saint. '.Some people know how
to live Mary -Martin is now in
Brazil enjoying a 10-month holi
day i.ane. ew races m
album goes srounu ui uaieuauie
circles, ..E. Presley explained
the secret of his success: "If you
want to get ahead, you gotta oe
different" ; .r rans tosieuo sem
the Bravest & Finest, Fund (r
windows of police anr Bremen
killed on duly) a donation from
hia prison ceil, s .
Th real star of "Kins and I"
it th ffpnlus resDonsible for the
evetracuve costumes. Irene Shar-
mft .In Theatre Arts mag Julie
Andrews gives the British touch
to a cucne: new iur v
lovely place to visit, but I should shouldn't,
n't, shouldn't, I think, like to reside here all
my life." (Dear Gel: "My. Fair
Lady" may run a lifetime) .
Hnilvwood twinklers now proudly
mention tne names oi weir psyem psyem-atrists
atrists psyem-atrists during interviews. JEdie
Adams sooof of M.i Monroe (via
E. Kovacs" frolic) was something
rare on teevee: Amusing satire.
KhnrVintf to read that the recent
sureery whittled H. Bogart down
to 120 pounds. Although curvy
Italian sextrseses are popular here
the most popular U.Sj actress in
Ttol.a 4a aaa tarlllAUrV UriPR IVPIIV
xiaij so vwi. m ------ --- :f
. i .Everybody has problems: Holi Holiday
day Holiday mag describes, the difficulties
i J L... MAnmnft'a Mi kftrl
Mrs. Chichi in staging an annual
jazz festival. .Just one year ago
Jayne Mansfield was having trou-
asnr'niirii Mmi iiv iicwuuii o aui uu
b e lUldine DS in r ucserours. ...
The report that the "Kmg -and I"
producers-hope to match tne gross
of "Gone With the Wind" is Quite
a Hope, "Gone," tne au-ume money-maker,
has grossed over 50 mil
lion. -Thornton Wilders quotaDie
quote:, "Many Ways. censmiy
mine are nice oians cnecus. auc
actors and directors put their own
signatures on, them.' ,v
Julia London, who can make
sound seem sexy, does it again via
"Lonely Girl" ."Secrets of the
Veei a hhrt feature, offers. a
fascinating fisheye View of under-
tw ANGELES (UP) Stud
ies in the University of California
at Los Angele: zoology .depart .department
ment .department have! been delving into ex
planations for that feeling of being
touched when nothing i near. Sci Scientists
entists Scientists think it may be explained
through our "alarmed" nervous
system wnicn Becomes so sen?
sitive that it sends '.messages to
the brain even whem.the nerves
are not actually touched.

The Opening Bell

:eU have r
wsier wonueri. .a you re miro-
Iduced to EUa Geisman' you're
almost sure-u
r .-, ,. ,'.
M. Monroe's "goldwynismtr 'I
Houywood a tomg.
And I owe it everything" 'jlDe-
lucMiiig nuic: According io a sur-
vey more irownuns than children
view tv Westerns. Moral: Nof all
grownups' grow up. .Radio Mu
fuel's "Studio X" is worth keep
ing -close to- you, ears. Several
hours of easygoing melodies. Hap
ily, the show is barren of brassy
;rootatooters. w mag breathless-
lltl T' t... .....

questioned yHarIon'siVirilityand,are chasing Jsrt avks-

since the age -of fiteen there havei ...v,. .. -j h '"
always been girls; 4a. his life? ;::r.'IronicSJly: the-week -the West-

A. Megnani must be' proud of
"The Rose .Tattoo." She has a
huge poster of the movie in her
parlor. .snow biz is luce this:
Aftek running t0' weeks, "WUl-Suc-cess
Spoil Rock-Hunter?'? still Mas
a $30,000 deficit i ."Yoo'lT Never
Know' (the Gordon-Revel swef-
0dy) is having a happy revival
Warning: Most published diets
tre only for normally healthy a
dultr. Otherwise, don't diet without
a medico's okay.. .Kin Novak's pet
sport: Bicycie-nding. .Roberta!
r()n't forget to Include: You've
The Sateyeposfa Prose testimon-'
ial to San Francisco's Lou Lurie'
a deserved tribute. Mr. Lurie
is a Midas with a heart .of gold
. .The rich get etc.: "My Fair!
Lady's" backers include 5 mil
lionaires. (Money isn't everything.
It's 'only something rich people1
don't need) . .Fortune's eyebrow-
lifter: One-third of. all American!

workers, are now female, .Look lows and kin of NYC firemen and
mou'a tfranhii, Httiintinn nf Parlicnnv 1rilld in artinn will nnv he

ConHknrs- "If Ta ha has th art.

ut'a mindVthe troubadour's voice'trom the Bravest and Finest Fund.


Exciting Dramatic Where the old aud

ana me iook oi ail men who have
lrved a long time with love and

"B" vr. .",'"Sni,u""c"JnD "I .over
me IefUs .The "Pajama
Game"" producers have a dream
deal with Warner's: 9750.000 plus
(so percent ot the movie profits
. ; JPaddr Chayefsky's theorv:
iou Become a writer because
you like being lonely." (More peo-
"o mscomv wrners oecause Ureyi
haven't, the abilitr to do invthina1

else) .;.Audrey Hepburn convul-. which follows tells' what happened
'ses friends with her hilarious 'ew hours after- publication of
lmicry of Jerry4 Lewis. .Three 'this column r
Grace Kelly flickers are taboo in H. W. Brawley, of the senate
j Monaco. .Rita Moreno's confe-' committee, asked: On March 21,
sion: "I. got a scar on mv leffl 1956, a newspaper columnist pub-

cnsslnff hnvf when. I anni
.MwAMvn,xj- neck Mile Yfcni
bury tragedy broke a movie thea
ter there was showing "The Man

Who Knew Too Much' which con-, resignation?
cerns the kidnapping of a little! B. McLeaish, head of FHA:
bov. .Meet Ww, Mr. Cunidi! ii requested it, yes. sir. '

Producer Joe Pasternak's biog'
"Easy the Hard Way" recalls the
rift with his wife, Dorothy. Pas
ternak writes: v." It wat Wahr

Winchell, who has a reputation fortigation of Mr. Hansen is not com-

Deing cold and fiard tutting, Who
showed that heneath that toiiffh ra.
porter's exterior, beaU the heart
of a true frienfl. Walter called me
nftpn- T in tnm iiipd him whan
ever I wanted to know of Doro
thy's doings. He kept me ac
curately and discreetly Informed,
always assuring me that despite!
everythinu. if I kept the faith. Dor-1
orthy and I would get back to-

gether again"' A .Elsie White Chester Wadrzyk maintained that,
Luppolis, a former Copa hatchick,! while .operating a city truck, he
is at St. Luke's hosp. She needs 'put his head out the window to
RH Negative O type blood to live look for approaching traffic. As
.. .To the Copa Landlord (and 'he did so, the vehicle struck two
staff) and all his generous patrons: (big holes in the street and his

Hues and Kixxxxxxxxs! The wid-
aunriwi nf annthpr vaar of rheck

Uaadionlaiud of foniAajJ




WASHINGTON Gen. Jo Brawley : Do you mean that the
Swing, the swaggering commis-iirst you knew of Mr. Hansen's
sioner of immigration and. Ike's, misconduct wat the .story you saw
classmate, 15, at West c Point,jin the newspapers? i v
has been the subject of '.franticr MtJeaistt;Wa.had had some
phone calls from GOP congress- rumors before .that, not about mis mis-men
men mis-men to Democratic congressmen.'tonduct ., ifery frankly, I dont
They are trying to head oft-a full- know yet,-. my,, own knowledge,
dress investigation of, the general, of any misconduct.
Reason for Republican worry .is' Brawley: Why sdicj you request
easy to understand. In a secret, his resignation? ;
sesson before Congressman Bob! McLeaish-r j think I have an an-MoUahan'l
MoUahan'l an-MoUahan'l (D.,W.Vs.) government swered that question before, by
operations ;' subcommittee last saying that ft is s; question I can't
week, various of thetgeneral's t&'vav'-r:''"."-' ;
tivities were probed, especially his) Sen.'. Carbon of Kansas: Do I

hunting expeditions into Mexico,
uenerai awmg nss oevwopeu an
acute and apparently uncontroU
able aptitude for guzzling at. the
public trough.'. With the passage of!

ume and years in government, bis set speak for me on that?
sense of knowing the difference' Brawley: Unless- the Question

between government property and
private property, has dimmed..
Thus he not only. got the immi-
grauon director -in i rasa to
draft a Mexican maid at low
wages for his home in Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, but he also ordered an immi immigration
gration immigration service 'plane to carry
Attorney General Brownell around
Texas on a political pilgrimage to;
Dixiecrat Governor Shivers,,,
In addition, he has given his
daughter, Mrs. Mary Ann Swing
Mitchell, .a Job in the immigration
service working under papa. Press
officials of the immigration serv service
ice service admitted this fact but were
loath to reveal her salary, even
tnough the salaries of all govern government
ment government officials are required to be
public. ., ,
r, S
General Swing admitted he had
In testimony last week.
ma uyciuiiicih cars on uuuuuk
trips into Mexico. He also ad
mitted that en ope occasion Mexi
can officials had disarmed his

hunting companions because theypeuS0n article. I think it eame in
had no license. He claimed, how-' that day or the day before.
V'J; tiltiy'hta thU happened he, Brawley: Were you'uwestigating
had left the party.. .jjr. Hansen at the time this col

Hansen, Montana director of th.e
Farmers Home Administfation
mm iie uiu irtvBi wuui-uuyuig on,
the side, how he was a part owner
of TV station kook, how he used
government money to make pri private
vate private phone calls and write private
, :
The sworn senate testimony
o .. . .
Hansen,!' former
VFHA mirfectof in Montana Within
very few hours after that column
j r """"" - a
'naUon was announced. Did you in
sny way force or request that
Brawley.: On what basis did you
request m.
I McLeaish: Mr. Chairman, I
should consult counsel. The inves
Plele- mere are cermm aspects u
it I think which would prevent me
from testifying in answering that
question. in ouier woras, mere
may be some additional litigation
jor procedure in court that might
'oe anecieo.
head was banged against the door
frame. Wadrzyk put in a claim
for 9125 against MhV city He said
he suffered a "broken' lower
denture and a damaged upper.
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TtlEriRY- Go f!c u;id

j understand, the-' Mr McLeaish,
ioai uus case is auu Demg lasen
' under consideration and study bv
the department or your aeencv?
McLeaish: CoUld I let my coun-
pertains to some security matter,
I don't see howl you can fail to
answer the question, before this
Sen. Laird of West Virginfa: Mr.
McLeaish has testified that he dis discharged
charged discharged Mr. Hansen, and I think
it is proper for him to tell the
committee why he discharged him.
McLeaish: In a general way we
thought' the. -(Montana) program
was being neglected some.
Brawleyr'Do you mean the FHA
program in Montana?
McLeaish: Yes. ; : ;
Brawley; Is that the reason you
requested Mr. Hansen's resigna resignation?
tion? resignation? -'f 'r'' :; V
McLeaish: There has been a
preliminary investigation report
filed -which does show, some evi-
xiieq -wmca uues anow. some evi-
dm nt mUrnndiiot nrinr w th
urew fearson article,
Brawley: Prior to'; he Drew
Pearson article? .',i i i"
McLeaish: Prior to the Drew
umn was written? .;. i
McLeaish: Yes, I was. -Brawley:
I think -the record
1 x i 'j
and they reported to me that the
report looked pretty bad and that
we. should remove Mr. Hansen
from office.
L, C. Bryan, senate Investigator:
May: I ask whether yon could not
form that conclusion on your own
responsibility? That you had to be
told by- higher authority that the
report looked pretty bad?
McLeaisn: ut courses didn't get
the report, i
Brawley: When did you get the
report? -.,. t
McLeaish: I didn't get it unt
some weeks 1 mean my copy 4
the report-until some weeks aftel
Mr. Hansen nad,bees.removeow
Brawley: Did you actually -request
his resignation on the day
the column was written?
McLeaish: I think. we did-
" Brawley: Why did you pick that
particular day to request it?
McLeaish. Because that was the
day that the report was discussed.
Brawley: Was it discussed after
you saw the column or before you
saw the column?
McLeaish: It was discussed after
we saw the column.
Brawley: In other words, the
column caused you to discuss the
case of Carl Hansen 'in Montana?
McLeaish: Yes. .- i
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'55.a- T.:.::.

PORTRAIT OF ROYALTY ,- If a real-life Helen Hayes
" meeting Helen Hayes on canvas at unveiling at the Helen
! Hayes Theater In New York City. Artist Cristina Perry, left,.
has portrayed the great actresc in' her role of "Victoria Re Re-(
( Re-( gina.M-;Jhis portrait, plus another painting by Cristina, will be
i permanently displayed in-the lobby, of the Hayes Theater.

US Treasury Winds Up Fiscal 1956
With Surplus Of $1,754,000,000


The administration' announced
with' undisguised pride yesterday
that the Treasury wound up fis

cal 1956 with' a surplus of $1,754, $1,754,-'
' $1,754,-' 000,000. -
m Whir this was slightly below
the $1,821,000,000 f r c a 1 1 h
, June, it was the first time since
k fiscal 1951 that the government
did net go into the red.
-.v .', The report showed that the gov-
ern&ent took in $68,100,000,000 in

. the 12 months ended June 30 and
-'- spent $66,400,000,000 The income

y tigure was a new record, reflect
ing last year's economic boorti.
Treasury -Secret aryv Georges M.
Humphrey and Budget Bureau Di

rector rercivai t. urundage is-

sued a joint statement applauding
the achievement of "a balanced
budget, to whkh this administra-

turn has been pledged from the

pegmning. i n

- "This means a' great ideal to

;v the people of up country,", they
said. "With such financial stabili stability
ty stability ty and sound fiscal conditions, the
V American people; can go forward

owith their construction individual

vpiani looKing- toward -Better Jiving
' and more and better Jobs."'1 -.
. The last budget, surplus of Vh

Diuion dollars was recorded for

Blinded AVikei May Have Only Few Years Left-Four-Year-Old
Youngster Given '50-50 thance

utLANUO, f ia., July (UF) His room overlooked Lake Lur-i anesthesia and less than an hourl

uuie uuce aiooie, wnose omy eye na, guttering beneath a bright later the cancerous eye 'was re-

was removea weanesaay, in ay. morning sun. ine lanuiy nad also moved in a relatively routine oper oper-have
have oper-have only a year or two to live I taken him along a colorful route ation. Mike was then wheeled

if the operation came too late, alto '1 he hospital which gave Mikeiback to' his room which he will be

physician said yesterday,

But before his parents will have
to face that prospect they must
deal with the heart wrenching
problem of letting the four year
old boy know he will never see a a-gain.
gain. a-gain.
' The Rev. and Mrs. James W.
Sibole were staying with Mike at
the Holiday House Hosoital but no

one knew what they had told the

rooust, cheerful boy about his lat latest
est latest eye "treatment."'
"If anyone tried e tell him
I'm sure he didn't understand,"
spokesman- Mid, explaining
that Mike remained groggy from
anesthesia during hi, w a k I n g
hours following the operation
yesterday morning. V-i t ,t ),?' ),?'-The
The ),?'-The hospital said Mike was
"coming along .fine" '-and would
suffer only minor; discomfort

where a plastic sphere has been

sewn into the eye socket.- Later

a last view of lush floral srowth nermitted fa leiv in thm Havs

j -1 . 11. . .

nu siaieiy oau. ior nome u au goes well.
At a.m. the boy, went' under' a ;

GOP Denies Charges That Facts
About Ike's Heatlh Suppressed

'WASHINGTON, July 20 (UP) -!

Kerubiicans are challeneinz Sen.

Pat McNamara's charge that the

White House has covered un the

truth about President,? Eisenhow

er's Health. : plr

The Michigan Democrat, vester-i

day accused White House press
Secretary James C Hagertjr of ar-

rantjie .one of the most master-

Ul suppress'ons of facts ever put

across, oy tne aaverusmg. t e c n

tSSS: eye-U feed of Madison Avtk K&L
sphere. --. .. .. :-:. .. ;
The cancerous, eyev was blace4f-.Sin Karl Mundt JtB-NjJ.)

unaer laDoratory study to "detjerisaid "today Hagerty's calling bf
mine whether the' disease'' might "special p r e s s conferences 'at
have spread. Mike's other eye was I which doctors I directly, answered
removed two years ago because cf questions is an impressive and

gratifying method of making cer.
tain the people get the facts!'.
Ifundt said if McNamara is "tin-

napny" because tne medical re

ports are optimistic "he should di direct
rect direct his criticism at the doctors."
Senate GOP Leader William F.
Know land said McNamara "cast

a reflection upon the integrity of

the year ending June 30.. 1951.

when the Truman administration
was in power.
Last year's outlay's of $66,400, $66,400,-000.000
000.000 $66,400,-000.000 was 4 billion dollars more
than President Eisenhower esti

mated when he sent his fiscal 1956 1

budget to congress in January
1955. However, he also underesti underestimated
mated underestimated government income-placing
it at only 60 billion doUars. That
left an expected deficit of $2,400, $2,400,-000,000.
000,000. $2,400,-000,000.
Actually, spending exceeded the
President's estimates by 4 billion
dollars,1 chiefly because of increas increased
ed increased outlays for foreign aid and
farm programs. But income rose
even more about ( billion dollars

leaving a surplus.
Mr. Eisenhower's budget for
the current fiscal year 195 7,
which began July 1, estimated
federal receipts at $44,300,000, $44,300,000,-000
000 $44,300,000,-000 and spmding at $45,rOO,0O0,v
000. This would leave surplus
of 435 million dollars.

The government collected more
than $35,300,000,000 in individual

income taxes last year and ;$21, ;$21,-300.000,
300.000, ;$21,-300.000, ,4rom -corporations. Tax

couecuona .crom maiMdaau were
a new record. Corporations 'paid
in- more in; previous- years when

business tax rates were higher.

cancer. fHi. .' ,: t

"If -it t is found -the operation

came wo laie Muce wiu have only
a year or two to live th nnor.

uuk lurgeon, woo asKea to re remain
main remain unidentified, said.

i ne surgeon emphasized that
without the operation Mike cer certainly
tainly certainly would have died

and painfully." 1 m

Mike's surgeon said after (he it-

minute operabon that the boy bad
"a 5-50 chance."

The handsome youngster loved
the varies, hues and wonders of
nature that his elders were often
inclined to take for granted

The traeedv which tnuir

family of the Hevi Sibole, a Bap Baptist
tist Baptist minister here. tirrrf unnia

throughout the world who remem-l

perea tneir youth when each day
brought new and memorable expe experiences.
riences. experiences. i
But Mike, went bravely kite
the realm ef the blind where
touch must replace sight. It was
not known whether his fathvr
told him he would never matin

see the yellow reses he loved so
As he entered pleasant hospital
with his parents yesterday about

at minutes before- he was sched-

uieu lo so unner .-Hta ,..

Knife, Mike appeared sleenv hut

his little boy's face showed no sign
of the strain which bis parents
bad undergone.

Mike went to his hospital room

t..u wu unco wiin giaaioli, as asters
ters asters chrysanthemums' and roses,
then swapped Ills striped sport
shirt and pants for brightly-color-
KIuW1ren, nintWrt, decorated
with animals.

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the president.; .' and the able and
outstanding men. of the medical

profession who attended him."
Other political, developments:

Former Democratic Chairman

Frank McKinney said he wilt ask

former President Truman to sup

port Avereu Harnman 1 acuvely

for the Democratic presidential
nomination.' McKinney, Mr. Tru Truman
man Truman and. Harriman will meet to

rn on ow at Independence, Mq.
, a - -
Democratic Presidential canrll.

dates Adlai Stvenson, Estes ', Ke Ke-fauver
fauver Ke-fauver and Harriman come face

to face tonight at a dinner in Wash-I

wron- The $l00.a-prate dinner is

in nonor of retirlna veteran Sen.

Water F, George (D-Ga.). v

Sen, Stylei Bridges (R-N.H.) said

Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy (R-Wis.)
told him he will support the GOP
ticket this fall despite differences
with the administration. Bridges
saii McCarthy will be useful dur-

H . ft, ..v

American Cenielery
Being Dedicaledc
In tlormandy Area
ST: LAURENT Fri no inl i

(UP) United States Secretary!

vt. nr wuoer m. crucxer and
French Minister nt VAtorin. if.

fairs Tanguy Prigent speak here
yesterday at ceremonies dedicat dedicating
ing dedicating the American military ce cemetery
metery cemetery in this Normandy Beach Beachhead
head Beachhead area. . .,
Tie Cemeterv 'rnntain ooc

graves of American World War II

T'.mnrpnm Ait.

Donald A. Quarles and French
roieign Minister Christian Pineau
will dedicate another American
military cemetery at St James
near Mount St. Michel where 4,.'
4lOj American war dead are bu-i
ned. ,.. I

. ' ' ' I

. nuu simuar cemeiery
dedieaUons are scheduled at Epi Epi-nal
nal Epi-nal July 23 Rhone Cemetery at
Draguignan July 26 and Anzio, I-

Taking part In those ceremo-!
mea will ha Amwo iw

dor to France Douglas Dillon, Sen-

General Jmh I

wvTcia, jiuruier
Commander of the 6th Army
GrOIID Whioh .V. I

, -r 6ui ui uie nnone
Ydp fiery of the Navy
Charles S. Thomas, and Mai. Gen.
williom J. (Wild BiU) Donovan

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ing the election campaign in "cer "cer-tarn
tarn "cer-tarn areas." v
"A frrmin' t, ,, .

P--r v. juuuk nepuDiicans

7-ad 7t u. oiasseu ior tne
fclcn,fr.esl4entlal nomination
said the Wh,te House has promis promis-ed
ed promis-ed there won't be reprisals for
TnaiF BtanH Th. II n .

. u. iW yuung nepuou-
cans for Eisenhower first-Stassen
second" wired the President that
some of its members were threat threat-.
. threat-. "J, exPu'sion from Party
posts in Connecticut.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio' July 20
s;i(UP) Gov; Frank J. Lausche to to-l
l to-l i 4av refused to extradite Air Force

f;!iLt. Titus A. 'Saunders 4o MissistVi
( ,? pi to serve term for drunken

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iil d of driving while intoxicated
' when he moved his, car off a high
I way onto the shoulder of the road1

f : ber 1954.

HI 'He-'was J25o'and given a.,
H'ii.mnnth iail sentfn(M) but later!

H-was ihd n Iwnd posted by an
tficial from his native county in
, Georgia.
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before it was heard, he was tran tran-!'
!' tran-!' iiftfTeti'-rromeoinmbus Air Force
tiBase, Miss, to Lockbourne AFB
' .''here. Mississippi Authorities claim
:tid he jumped bond and rated him

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Solons Charge GOP
Pulling. Savings
AfcoVe.Securily' ?
WAlSHINGTON, July 20 (UP)-

Twu Democratic senators charged

today the administration is puttmg
savings 'above .security in consider

ing, a major, long-range reduction
iu jmiUjary manpower,
Senators Sens. John'jJ.
Sparkman (D-Ala.) and Henry M.
Jackson (D.Wash.) said the ad

ministration is thinking too' much
of the budget. They called for a
eautious attitude toward its plans.

. He? t conlemnlatcd, manpower!
cuts are based on the premise

tht, growing atomic might makes
possible smaller standing armies.
Adm. Arthur W. Radford, chair chairman
man chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff,
has been reported to favor a re reduction
duction reduction of up to 800,000 men by

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Dulles disclosed yesterday that
there are no objections to the new

lausche said the offense was not! military policy, on the diplomatic

lcwl. He told a news conterence

there has been a "general trend"
worldwide toward more emphasis
on weapons' "and perhaps .less
weight upor manpqwer."
' .' '
Dulles said he did not think
saph manpower cuts, if recom recommended
mended recommended by the military, would de destroy
stroy destroy or even seriously weaken
the North Atlantic Treaty Organi.
zation. He said there would be no
abrupt withdrawals of 1 1 0 9 p s
fiom Europe or sudden changes in
NATO goals. V-

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Sunder orders from the Depart Department
ment Department of Defense.".
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Uprising Annipst US Troops

BONN,: July 20 (Vfl Amabas

tador James B. Cotwiit and vari various
ous various top-ranking Americans offi officers
cers officers have received anonymous let-i

ters threatening an' uprising in
West Germany if U. S troops re remain
main remain in the country, it; was; an

nounced yesterday. v :

The letters, signed nly by the"!

fignung group tor an independent

sermany KUD. were a misn

mash of Nazi, and Communist pro propaganda.
paganda. propaganda. The; political orientation

oi the writers It uncertain.

The threats apparently were In.
spired by recent agitation about

friction between Germans and. off off-duty
duty off-duty American soldiers. Two Ger-

D:f::!:d h Scnifs

WASHINGTON; July 20 (UP)"-'
The Senate yesterday 'defeated a
bill to build a single high federal
dam in Hells Canyon in a major
, triumph for President Eisenhower
on the issue of public, versus pri private
vate private power.
But tha victory ntay have been
, a costly one. The, action left in
- doubt the fate of a bill backed by
the administration to authorize the
156 million dollar Fryingpan- Ar-'

Kansas project lmvotorado;- --'
' --' The Senate beat down the Hells
Canvon nroDosal bv a roll call

vote of SV to 41, apparently doom dooming
ing dooming the project lor 'this session of

uuieress and peruaps permanent permanently.
ly. permanently. ''!-
i The Idaho Power Co,, with the
administration's blessing, already

. has started work: on three Jow.
level dams in Hells Canyon .that

would taKfr over tne snake Kiver
kite on the Oregon-Idaho border.

Work will be the.well" underway by.

me ume -congress reiurn-tvin Jan January.
uary. January. t i
;, Democrats called It a victory
for the "private utility lobby" and
' indicated they will make it ma major
jor major issue in the forthcoming cam campaign.
paign. campaign. '.- i f v
f There have .been reports that
the Colorado, project, already
passed by the Senate, would be
bottled up in the "traffic; cop'-'
Home Rules Committee unless
- Hells Canyon also was approved.
""- hi 'HiM'

mans have been killed and two

girls mass-raped in recent weeks
, Gen. Henry Hodet, U., S.
Army commandtr in Evrtpt,
imposed a curfew 'en troops in
Germany yesterday in an effort
-to ease the situation. Mps began
enforcing the eurfow -order- last 1 '.

In Bavaria province; scene of

the worst of tne recent incidents.

four American generals assured
German authorities that "firm
and decisive action" is being tak

en to put an end to the trouble.

The only new German-American
incident reported yesterday was
a reversal of those, which caused

the protests. It involved the ar arrest
rest arrest of a German workman for at

tempting to assault two American

girls, near a Munich Housing development.-
- ," .' i i

' The"U.- S. embassy here made

public the texts of the letters re

ceived by conant, Maj. Gen.

Clarke L. Ruffner and other top-

ranKmg ouicers.i

" The letter received by Ruffner,
who is West Germany's chief U.S.

military adviser, was typical of

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rnuadeipma's University Museum
has installed the lareest exhibition

of i African tribal sculpture ever
shown in this city, and reportedly
one of the finest such shows ever

",- '"' i- 1 i NEA Telephoto) ,-END
END ,-END OP AN ERA sHere'a a -general view of the RlngUng Brotheri Circus in-Pittsburgh a'
the "greatest show on. earth" gavevlta last? per, formance, under the i bhr top. John- Rlngling
North, president, tanceled all remaining dates for the season and said the show In the fu-
ture will be "an. almost completely mechanically controlled exhibition." Next year the show
will operate entirely -In airconditioned arenas. ; . ..T---,

the harshly -worked threats ,re-4 about our call to arms,, so th ay

wonr oe surpnseu oy our actions,
which won't be lone in con-in.''

"The letter tb Conant, also, signed

oy tne &.ui, was-written in Uer:
man. It was less harsh- in its cri

ticism of U. -S. "forces but de

nounced west German leaderr as
"merchants..' obedient to "Jewish
money and foreign lords.'

ceivea oy army leaaers. v

"The patience of the German
nation v Is at en end,' said the
letter, which was written in Eng English.
lish. English. "Go heme, now, before: it
is too late: Our call will, be fol followed
lowed followed by deeds: --,
"We will not permit you w mis-:

use Us for your Jirty goals.. We

do not want to be your doormats
any more..... in your own interest,
leave this territory.. you are un-

vited guests from ,, overseas, goi


The 'German 'nation has '-only

osnize the separation of Austria

from Germany. It denounced trea treaties
ties treaties "which bind our hands" and

provide .for the presence of for-

Unwanted Guest

MINNKOLA, N.'1 Y., July 20

ur; xne ioo rookie cops listening-
to a lecture on nolicei nrece-

dure did not pay any attention to
the 101th -man in their ranks until
Lt Joseph' Donlon called, him to
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uio iroqi oi ine ciass.

The KOD said it does not rec4 Donlon-discovered tne;vitr fnJ

ger s x-snirt nad the Inscription:
Pilgrim State Hospital. The man

was escorted oack to a mental in institution
stitution institution at Brentwood. '.N. ,'.Y..

wnue uomon resumed nts-iecture.

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Comprising -the products ; of 42 '--r- 11 ; ' v'' -r' " 1

tribes of the art-DroducinS areas

of West Africa, the exhibition will

remain at the museum until Sept
16. . , ;
On exhibition will be more than

200 pieces borrowed from 10 great
museums and. 25 private collec

tors ol.tnree continents Africa,
Europe and America,

-.Tribal art. or art arising out of

lnstituuons based on the tribe, is

one of the mat neglected fields

or art history., and this exhibition

will not only present works of the

great masters ot wegro Africa but

will,: afford the rare opportunity
for people to assess for them themselves
selves themselves the genius of these great

masters of woodcarving and


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A 74-year-old ,"quiet" man, who

police said kept a fatherly eye on
the woman building superintend superintendent,
ent, superintendent, went berserk yesterday" with
a 10-inch butcher knife when' he
saw the landlord enter her apart

ment. He staobea bout to deattu

Police .said Lorenio Mannanno.

who had lived. Quietly for 20 years

in the lower .East Side apartment
building, also slashed another
woman before he was seized by an


The dead were landlord Josenh

Merindino, 60, and the superin-

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U.S. plans for overhauling the mil-,
itary high command in the Paci

fic could bring closer the promis

ed -progressive withdrawal" of
American ground forces from Ja

pan, authorities said today. ,'

In a far-reachinf shakeun" the

Defense Department announced
last night that U.S. Jar East com command
mand command headquarters in Tokyo will
be abolished in a year. Its defense
area Okinawa. Japan and Korea

and its responsibilities :- will be

merged into -Adm. Felix Stump's'

u.s. racuic command headquar

ters in uawau,

The shakeun will not affect U.S.

troqps now on Okinawa.
Stnmn currentlv ia resnnnniW

for the rest of the Pacific a r a
with Army, Navy and Air Forces
under his joint command. v.
I Military authorities said one ef.
feet of the move may be to en encourage.
courage. encourage. Japan, to spaed up -its
lagging- rearmament efforts. The
United States is .pressing for a "Ja "Japanese
panese "Japanese ground force of 350,000
men' and 18 divisions. Japanese
military leaders favor lM.OOO.
, j ir-. -,- f. -,
The United States and Japan
would assume the main responsibility-for
its home defense as soon
as possible. They also agreed to
a -"progressive withdrawal" of u.

S. ground forces as Japanese cap-

aouiues mere a sea,-
The United States now has' one
Army division, one marine regi regiment
ment regiment and support, forces in Japan,
Rubi Breaks Neck
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Vertebra In Fall

. PARIS,,. July tUPi Domini-

can aiDiomat-Biavbov Porr r n...

birosa is recoverine from hrn.

ken neck irertabra buffered when

ne leu irom nis norse during a po-

w sme sposesman said yea-
He laid the accVent occurred
three weeks ago -in' the Bois de
Boulogne. Bubirosa was "quoted as
teluns fnenrla Wm'

aiive.";'. r. m

tendent:' Mrs. yera'irmln'ehajn

38, married and the mother of

live cniidren. r j v-r
Deputy Inspector JoHW' Bradt
said Monnarino, a retired long
shoreman, had taken a "patern "paternal
al "paternal and protective eHituda" to toward
ward toward Mrs. Birmingham and ro
tented any man entering fc
partmonf for any roaton. Man-
'narin and Mr.. Birmiituham

; had adjoining, apartments on the

first floor of the six-story' build
Police said Mannarino became

enraged when he saw Merindino

enter her apartment. Wielding the

butcher knife, ho-- forced-hi-way
into the apartment plunged the
knife into Merindino and then cor

nered Mrs. Birmingham in the
bedroom where he hacked her to
death. 'r. ,'
The landlord's "tody was found
on the kitchen Boor. He had been
stabbed in the chest and arm.
Mrs. Birmingham was 'slashed In
the neck.. N
Mrs. Louise .Lane, a resident of

a nearby building, Vsa'inta tha
hallway and was cut war tne ehet
and hand by Mannarti PtW
man John Gottlock, atara4 by
the screams,-seiie4 Maamriaa,
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stabbed inside," Ibum-fros told
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i The science boys take atom apart

" U find out what make ue mauar
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versity of California campus here:
"By taking apart the matter
vhica) make! tip our universe, we
learn Mora about now n u pw w-
thor F.anh tlino we raise the
nerrtWhe Tjf, the particles with

f Which we bombard atomic nuclei

ve observe new structural parti
clot and nw phenomena m tome
of them surprising, otters predict
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Coolidg eMuseum
To Be Established
fbolidee Museum will be created
fiere in the old homestead where
In 1923 the late Calvin Coolid?e
tok the oath as President of the
United States. The historic prop prop-rtT
rtT prop-rtT has been presented tb "Hit,
Coolidge's native state of Vermont
by his son, Jonn.
Make extra money Bit Cash
Proflta-Full or spare Time Sell PtN
tonal Christmas cards 25 for US Si tj
-Name Imprinted. Sample tree. Also
fes beautiful box assortments. Write
W. Bonn St, Buffalo, K.I.
1954 Willys Station Wagon
to jood condition. Irice
1,500 easy terms. Call
Eisenmann, phone 2-4505.
i .-. Qnetatlooa by -V
') BM AH
. Abattoir Kaclonal v 1 5
Aancc ridudarlo .v... i)t
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dotneotb Panama -f Tl
Carvecerla Raelonal .... Si
Chlrlcana do tocho It
'CUjeo tt
' CW Cola
: Cuentaa Camardalea
, Pref. with Com.
rJetnadora Nad anal ... i .!
flnanclera Istnefia
Pref. with Com.
flnanxae. S.A.
:. Pref. otitis Com. Com.-fSlona
fSlona Com.-fSlona j tua-Pref. ... 47 Vt
, fisena y Lua Cora. ... JO
ttoteles Interaardcanoa. S J4
deneral d SefiirSy .... U
Pahamefia de'Aceitee ...
Pahaaiefia da rikras ... -penauiefia
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FOR SALES-3-pt. Irving nw
, wit. 6-. tflMtM, ror, nfti
trjtr Ph I 161. s :
ufmti lti Ant, XI 30.
Albridi 2133
with, f-bd, mihagtny '
roem itf. Houm 2063-1, Cu Cu-nindu
nindu Cu-nindu 83-729C
FOR $ALIOj ittutt, Ml'
foir. craeti, k4 and mattmi,
(-i wkktr ttt, mll tk
idbrdr4-h( mgi,"S mtl
floor lamps, I full tar Swedish
crystalwiM,'mta1 madicin cab-
ifot, mlrrtrsi chairs, ate. Many
pairs ike,. 14 triple nj jaad I
rupla A. 0429-L, Frangipani. i
Phona 2-1567 any averting
-ATTtNtlONs Uitiquxp
.mi 7. ii, m iinnnf IJQTn-
ic styl. ad places handmade by
' fimtus European artists. Phone
FOR SALE: One Simmons deu deu-bl
bl deu-bl bed with ceil spring and
maHrfU. 45th Street No. 2 2-2t9..
2t9.. 2-2t9.. Apf. 2..;
FOR SALE: Mahogany bed,
mattress, springs and, dresser.
Call Balbea 1723. .
1955 Civil Defense
...... ... -..'.
Spending Increases
defense spending in the nation's
largest cities last ye&t was up 16
per cent over 1954, according to
the Census Bureau. 1
'he bureau said $7407.000 was
spent by the 41 largest cities in
uSS for civil defense as compared
with $6,391,000 spent in 1954.
New' York City parcelled out a
whopping $2,194,000 for civil de
fense. Inat figure accounted for
more thin 25 per cent of all mon
ey spent by cities in 1955 for civil
(' '. ' ..': V r
Expenditures In other cities Of
more than one million population
ana .tnpit.,mprtnnaiinn .roiimiea,;
Detroit and Wayne County.
Mich., 4729,000) Chicago and Cook
County, $276,000; Philadelphia
$204,000, and Los Angeles and Los
fHtwv, vwwu.Jj ra.yuui
Leadini ciuca in mo 500,000 to
one rjvlwn.pomilatJoji f anget
Buffalo ri riintv.'N.Y.,
$890,000; BalUmore, $380,0007 and
San Francisco, $313,000.
Til civil defense spending fig'
ures do not Include disaster and
flood relief funds spent through
local. uvu Defense units..
Building Church
Is Family Affair
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -'(UP) -Building
the new St. John.the Dl-
The- first spadeful of earth was
turned at ground-breaking cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies by the Rev. Anthony Per.
rota, who retired two years ago
aner w xesrs, in ine Baptist mm-
clergyman has four neph
ews. One is an artist, another la
an architect, tne third a carpen
ter ana vie tourtn a Dunning con contractor.
tractor. contractor. i:
What'-more) his brother-in-law
ia 1 1 nouse painter, andthe busband,
of hULaeiceris apluinber. j:
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CBA2Y MIXED OP . r-Cbt'a in the dog house, and it's okay
WittTthe Wcanin. pet of the Harnois family
to Salina, Kan, found himself with a houseful of guests when
Whlti dec "v comp with her
Tiny, genUeinan that lie 18, stouUy defend tb cat and nef

brood against otneroogs.


Ford Deluxe, overdrive, good 1
condition, Phong Balboa 3260.
FOR SALEl94SPontiae.i
coaditio),. hydrantatie, radio..
' Rasabkt. 4 Call Kabb 4151
from 7:30 .m.-4:3Q p.m. or,
, en b toeo at: rleate 2501
: Apt., I,. Tamarind, CecoU. -n
FOR SALE: '48 Ford, good me--
chanlcal condition, good uphol upholstery,
stery, upholstery, $250., Call Balboa 92 92-1675
1675 92-1675 wjtjjayton 4231.
FOR SALIi 1950 'ChevrAlet
Corirertible, automatic transrrlrt c
' aion, usf evorhaaled, I HcW
tiros, radio, new battery. Owner,
having Saturday. $475 cash.
Phne 2-257S. House 5064-A,
Mtt Diablo Clubheut.
FOR SALE s 1951 4-doer black s
Ford, overdrive, radio, heater, 5-.
good whit sldewall tires, rubber
ndertoated, oaeellant eendltion,
$1050. Phono 16-613$.
FOR SALE Packard Sedan, 2 2-door,
door, 2-door, perfect condition. Marges.
rlta 144$, Eipave Ave. Phn
Cristobal 3-3256. . i
FOR SALE: .1954 Mercury 2 2-tene
tene 2-tene 4-door sadaa w radio and
new whttawatt tires. 1 Real Bar- 1
; gain. Leaving Isthmus. Phona.''
Panama 2-146) (Reuben), v
FOR SALE -1949 Fofd tin, bJ v
eellent transportation. Call 2- ;
4124, ar aaa at 5411 Diablo
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
model 210. radio, backup lights,
wsw,' diractionala, Seat tvr.
-oxeollent condition $1350. Call
44-4152 during day, 14-4253
1 evening, r .',
Scientists Study
Lobsters Hearts!
. 'i.,t 'M ;. -. ,. ',- r. i-
tinv clumo of nine nerve .cells
that constitute uie -i "miniature
brain" id a lobster's heart may!
hold sdme of the answers to- how
the complex systems of nervous
units m humans act togetner to
.Mihik. kjik.nlh. .A.n.JinVf T "tj.
yiwiuvn,. ui uui iws w
UCLA scienusts.
The scientists, Drs. Donald May May-nard.
nard. May-nard. 5. Haalwara and C. Ter
iuolo. now r are researching the
lobster nerve cells, which control
Uie creature) heartteah J
The' study' has sugieste$ that
the lobster heart is a model or organism
ganism organism which la capable of very
simple behavior patterns raym
mic. coordinated contractions,
These factors, the scientists hope,
may lead to a .better junaerstana
me 01 tne uuiniteiy more com
BlexN system by which human
brains send commands to muscles
Invalid Graduates
Classes In Person
courageous .Marilyn Carrara. 18.
- school without attending a class
mere. She was tutored-at home
where she's confined to wheel
chair with arthritis.1 Described as
a better-than-average student, she
trot an "A" for a term paper ai
aiw aa
titled "Hapnjnes la 4 Where You
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' t BOX 2031. AHCON, CX
. SAN JOSE INN. in San Jo,
Costa Rica, offers a delightful
all-expense three-day tear in
cool and beautiful Costa Rica for
$52.50 per pert In groups of
twa or mere people. Far ttv
trans r infrmationr wiita or
'Casta Ika.' .o.Vv..- '.-.
MisceUaneonf i
JOR SALE: Smifh-Cerana pott'
able typewriter and asa, English, :
lik new $65. May b seen at
Lewis Servk, Avenida TiroH
No. IB-52. .',:';.-.'-
FOR SALE.. Full length mink,
coat, excellent condition. Phono
B-4633, Mn. Marwian, P.O. Baa.
501 Panama. '' ,; .
FOR SALE.whama of club fur furniture
niture furniture located t Fort Kobb
tNCO Oxb. Bid, wilt be Kcoptod
until 1200 hours 21 July, 1956
FOR SALE! I50f sMd fencing
4', 20 steel posts $55. C. 83-
i 7236.
FOR SALE: Retina 111C cam camera
era camera and acceuories. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-2701.
V FOR SALE: 4UutHul ttght fln
fslt mahogany' singlo bed, ceil
springs, 6-inch spente rubber
mattress, all in clean, new con-
dition $125; light mahogany 7 7-:
: 7-: drawer dressing table with bene
.; $75 This fernrtur should bo
' seen to bo appreciated. Stanley
J carpenter plana 5 Vi $5; Crafts Crafts-i
i Crafts-i man disc sandar and case $25;
; machinist's visa 3" $5; an set
; of sockets V driv $5; Myers
' shallow well pump and tank $75.
New condition. 715-B Prada,
iBalboa C.i-Z."": .te'!.:; .-.
FOR ,SAI,Et.Paabl,omprMT
aor with 2-hp. eloetrie meter
, $200 1949 Chavrelet motor
, with all accessories, excellent
condition $95. "Q" Street ead
af Stadium). Aceoaarioi Caton.;
Electronic Device
Measures Lenses
electronic instrument. which for
the first time will enable scientists
w ejsiuaw ana xraae tne f per performance
formance performance qualities- ef tenses i&Tob i&Tob-Jective
Jective i&Tob-Jective mathematical terms lias
been developed experimentally' by
..The instrument reportedly will
introduce unprecedented accu accuracy,
racy, accuracy, speed, and economy in pre pre-rating
rating pre-rating lenses of all types, and will
enable users to select by specific
grade lenses with exact charac characteristics
teristics characteristics for given applications, j
The electronic lens tester result resulted
ed resulted from initial research conduct conducted
ed conducted by Otto H. Schade, RCA en
gineer who has pioneered in the
dvelopment of universal ratines
btftl 4-a m.;rh. at.. a.
eiuu tea "uitiucua. xur piClULTvrC1
yiucuigS uevices.- .- i
Phone Line, Fouled
By Eager Anglers.
,tSMOmES,, Iowa; July V.
(UP) The Iowa Conservation
Commission said yesterday it has
orderedfishermen in th Liscomb
area to "get off the line'" a d
stop Dresmng into telephone con
The commission said some In In-glers
glers In-glers sve been fouling telephone
wires and disrupting teleohone
Conversations as thev east their
lines into tne Iowa Siver from
bridge west of Liscomb.
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Cramlicb's Santa Ciara Beach
Cattagas. Madam eeaveniences,
modetat rates. Phene Camboa
C-441. 1 v.
On th beach at Sea Cliff Acres,
heH-mMe from Santa Clara, tw
bedroom concrete cottage. Sleeps
six, gas stove and deep freeie
tcebei. Monthly rata $40 or $20
week-ends. Light and water. See
Mrs. -Anderson.- .;-? s
BEACH$IDE vacation Santa Cla
re. Shrepnel'a comfortable houstr
Phooe Thompson Balboa ,1772.
PHIUIPS Oeeonsid Coltagea,
Santa Clara: Ban 435, BalbM,
Pkeaa Panaase B-1177. Crista
Iwl B I67I. v.-'r",' ::-r.- s-..;.
, beach housot One mih past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono Panama. 2-1515, t
Want t noy a few day! in a
cold climate? Visit th Country
Club Hotel In "El Vail." Swim Swimming
ming Swimming pool, horses, games, binge.
Ovary Saturday.
Spend year weak ends at Rkt
Mar, the beat bathing beach m
th Republic, with all conv.
AtaAano aVaallAahA.'.aBsmlSHh m 'xi
nw mangmiit ii anxioui H
Mrvt you.
ATTENTION & I.! Just built
modera fbrnished abort meats, I,
2 bedrooms, hat., cold wetekj
Pboaa Penama 3-4941.
FOR RENT. 2-bedfoom apart-,
moot o Rlcarda Aria Street,
Campo Alegro. Bathroom, maid's
i room, bet water, near Via Espa Espa-JU.
JU. Espa-JU. Phone 3-6846 or 2-2341.
FOR RINT: Furnished apart apartments,
ments, apartments, military inspected, screen screened,
ed, screened, I and 2 bedrooms Phone 2-
3065.''' t -J
. FOR RENTV-Modern 1 -bedroom
( apartment. Stove, refrigerator,
' hot water, air-conditioned. Cam
t pa Alegre, Phona after 6 p.m.
FOR RENT Completely for-
niihsd apartment. 2 bedrooms,
X air conditioned, teleyisioa, at.'
, Fhene 2-3052 o 3-0l7O; j
' FOR RENTa-Modern' apartment
. ,near El Panama Hotel. 2 bod-
rooms, maid's room,-front Nr- t
' race, hot water,, garage.- Call 3-
-.0972. 'v i
FOR lltENTI. bedroom apart- 1
ment an Via fame No. 54. f
FOR RENT; Furnished or ui ui-'
' ui-' fumlshad anobedroont mbdem
: apartment, garage. 168 Via Bal-
ksari Porraa.
FOR RENT: Apartment, llv-inf-dining
room, bedroom, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, 'bathroom. IVth Street No.
"21, Rla Ababi. f :
FOR RENT: Fumlshad or un un-fomishtd
fomishtd un-fomishtd apartments available.
.'Contact Alhambra Apartments,
" tQth Street. Phona 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT s- Furnished apart
ment near Hotel El Panama Very
Convenient for delegates of OEA.
Phone 3-5692.
FOR RENT-Screened two-bedroom
apartment, living and din dining
ing dining room, 2 verandas, big mod
, am kitchen, maid's .roam, bath, i
, walking facilities, hot water in
stalled, garage. El Cangrejo. Ce Cello
llo Cello "A" No. 17. Phono 2-3906.
Help Wanted
WANTED: Maid for general
housekeeping sad cooking. Must
have references. 777-A Taver Taver-nilla
nilla Taver-nilla Street, Balboa. Apply 4 to
p.m. .
WANTEDi A baby arrlag.
Call Panama 3-5419.
Ave. Eloy Aifaro 1 5-159 ?
' Tel. 2-0610 y ;"

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WANTED: Bilingual book book-,
, book-, keeper. Present resume in Eng English
lish English stating desired starting sat sat-ary,
ary, sat-ary, experience and phona nam
bet to Box 705, Panama.
WANTED. librarian for Army
position, Atlantis aid; Dagrea
from accredited college ar anl-
Vorsiry incinding not lets tkan
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Joan Crawford cancelled
pssage to England yesterday on
the Queen Mary after she .was

MaHIyn's Ikrriijs
To Prc;re$siye Ikn
Praised By Reds

Peoples Hatred, Emnity Of
Tito Cause Of Rakosfs Fall

iy rOsscul jones

AERiaN," July 20 (UP)-Ad
East German Communist youth

newspaper sang the praises of

Marilvn Monro todav mi a fine

told she could not keep her poo. actress who",dared to aet mar-

die. Chiffon, in her suite, . rled to progressiva playwrtghfl
."I would .never ; put my dof in Arthur Miller. V

,a Kennei,-ana.oecwea... Thff newspaper YOunj World

She msde arranjemeats to sallj said Miss Monroe ta- woman !spondent tnivti


at a surprise to observers in

daoest. : .'

wifjixiiA. wiiuv mt luri tnmv '11.1 1- . .

. 4k' iumougn lew westerners
boss of Communist Hungary d-1 . 5

cause be was hated, both by Hun- 5: 1 : :: iri,
.,:... ..j k. rmmnnirf w thought the picture as badjai

leader..' jGeroe painted it.

A few hours" after this eorre-1,

dent arrived in 'Vienna'.

The abandonment of forced col-

!on-the United States, irtiich gives I who "dared to leave th mudlednesday from a one-week's vis-'!ctlviMItl(n ,of.' J,rm ,nd of

eabin tirivileees to pets. However. Und throuah hard work become

British authorities informed" heria real artist. She also dared to

jail incoming dogs would have to 'place herself openly at the side


iremsm in quarantine for six

weeks because of a rabies death
in -England. '.

Miss tTawiora man t want tnat

for Chiffon, either.- She called her

secretary from Hollywood to get
the dog and sailed without it. ..

"Cutsi we'll hava to chango rt from an angel food caka

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ty Cnkiat Jchnxcm JV

Fcrc!;n Usuzgs
Sfciios Increase
!ii Calif. Schools

liar students than, ever before
are now studying foreign lan-!

guages u Caufonua schools, i

ibis has been revealed b



of a sincere

era. ,;.im -i ..s, i.:..,."

"She has dared to set married

to progressiva playwright Arthui

Miller and she did this In the

very day when Miller was about

to be prosecuted at the order of,

the investigation committee' ioi

un-American activity by the
House un-American Activities'

Committee,? the paper said.
Youne World said Miss Mori

roe's measurements "excited the

American 'papers 'mora- than
world politics," and it predicted

her "honest Intentions and her

artistic endeavors will bring her

irue recognition.-

it tn Rurfituur rnrtont" P"" "nl. ""uit.ieQ ener-

pped up In Belgrade, capital of !" ""J" i; ""

Yuioslavla. that the 65-year old wuunnaiu suon ox ine.iargwy. -a-

Rakosi -would have his Tesigna-1ncmiurw.counuT-

tion"; announced at I pm.

Promptly at that hour the. an announcement
nouncement announcement came that he had re resigned
signed resigned for reasons, of ill health

and "mistakes" m party uunking.
Actually, Ihera were three,
main rasters, ebtervers said., :
1. The anmity ef Marshal Tita
af Yuaealavla wfcei la aiwa M9'm
a favarita af fha Kremlin.
2. The near-disastrous condition

"I WON!" Nurse Marr Louisa Steinke, right, of Oakland,!;

Calif., shrieks with joy after winning the election I or presiaanr j
' of tha National Student Nurses Association. Sharing the happy"
(, momeat la Jan McKinnty, "eft, of Le Angelas, the election J
was held at thaNSNA's 0ta annual jonveauoitia Chicai.

of the Hunsansa economy.
3. The failure of the totally-bald
Rakosi to learn the lessons of
the Com mu aist party congress in
Moscow last Februsry no more
"litUe Stalins" allowed.

Old Potato Htad,14 as Hufigar-


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" HOLLYWOOD-n (EA) Ex-'chorusdotts, Out of 350 dancer
clusively Yours? Burt" Lancaster, registered with Central Casting,
tried to talk Kttherlne Hepburn' only 100 are, at work these days
Into doing- a western lot bis in- in a? sharp declie"Of musicals,
dMiimdMit film cortmany. "'Not oaboth iln ihot it-1 and 'TV; ,!

your life, replied Kate:. West-Maureea O Harsf and Irrol Flynfi

eras ire always written with men,
not women, in mind. I'd do one
if I could get on a horse and ride,
But vfm tired of playing the
strohgichsracter w omen who
props up .weak efl." Actually; the
one part rd like to portray is
Gary Cooper." ;.v,

Burt and ,Kfe are ee-srarrmi


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i in me nim'WMnw -in fiff-r wiiuh nimniinu
L makar1 and Hmay be Bwrf big association wanted ta import 20 ar
i chance 'ta crack the Osear bar-jM forlegn stars ta Hollywaad far
' rler after awlna two his, lead a faries of lamar vents.f

i ma tallies, Mttriey ':ains. m t ,,
Anna Maanani, walk off with. Joan Crawford is Mis Confu Confu-I
I Confu-I Academy Awards.' 1 (ion over telefilm offers.
- Not tha La Hepburn is a slouch "I don't knov whether I'm going
i but because Burt's role of gay, to Uckle TV or not,"' she saya.
ii..K.nt iImiikm ind riui mil "I rilrt nnlltonca but D(V more.

is hand-tailored a part he' milk- If they tioh know y now what

guage Association of Southern Cal California.
ifornia. California. It was directed by Dr.
Wayland "Hand, chairman of the
department of Germanic 1 lan languages
guages languages on the Los Angeles cam campus
pus campus of the University of California.

According to the report, a rec record
ord record 117,361 California high school
students, or one out of every four,
are studying at, least one foreign
language, .,- r
' I
Some 67 per ceqt of these stu students
dents students tre learning Spanish.: Next
comes "latin, 15.1 per. ? cent;
French,;lX6 per cent, and Ger Ger-man.
man. Ger-man. 2.i oer cent.' ?

are near the contract s ign In gThe survey shows1 decided
stage for a movie titled "Lord drop in the' number of students
Johnny.'! It' due for -fUming in!tudying French and German.' 1
England in October, 1 CahforhiaTatHolic high school
-v fti.ii i ' -(students study, foreign langusges
; Htfliyweed's majerT ( t u atl a a' more than their' public school
nixed plans for a Hollywood Fllml
V .1 I l l U ( AJ L.. '. L ' L .i'll.)

under auspices -f tha Hollywood' A mJVm llfl4

counterparts. Some 69 oer cent of

a tne 'tatnoue srudenu ara taxing

iblic school scholsrs. Of faced, open opposition from

Communist intellectuals,, ana ine

urvv taken hv th Mori- ijin.i languages compared to z per cent wns cauea nun oenina u uc

- 7 I M .u. ..1.1:. --l- 1 L.

di uie puuuc cnooi acni

the Catholic students, 53 per cent

of the
the Cat

ara studying Latin.

Ericas Xlh

l!ow Celled Yrap
BEltKELEYT Calif. ivh -A
University of California physioI physioI-oeist
oeist physioI-oeist anal vied disease, and mor-

ing like a battery of automatic I have to offer they never will.", tality tables in Europe and Amer Amer-mllkrng
mllkrng Amer-mllkrng machines; ? 1 5 v .' 4 .' V n ilea and reported that Americans
The ftura rov!e based od the Rot Bagdasarlan, composer of are living longer and in better

T.ucin. TV snM .due lor "Coma Onna Mv House." ,'Hev. health.

filming W September v Charlton Brother, Pour the wine" and oth-
Heston and his wife, Lydia Clarke, er novely song hits, says his six-;
will make the Summer, stock tour year-old Son announced the-other

through. tn ast in "Detective night that hi, too, had written a
I StoryJU-r. vV H. ;e,song. Its title:-'lom, Don't
; r:?i-i--i,J': .....iThrow, theBdmWLRoss, by the

Dr. Hardin Jones said that.- fur

thermore,TAmericns in tha mid middle
dle middle years are physiologically four

I years younger than their predeces
. son livinc at tha beginning! of the

RKO Is planting a camera m way, sings on the screen for the century. ; :

ana ar the a e v e r a waoons tu-st ume in raramounvs -t inrea Mora imnvwuau today live ro

deemed ta rail ever a 400-foot .violent People."

cliff in "Run af the Arrow",
Main soma axcitina foofaflo. A

naval Idea : that. Usually W fha Dandridge in Pans and came up

Gene Kelly ran into Dortohy

plat that -foes over the cliff In, with an idea for a possible co-

snast Hollywood westerns. starring nlmusicai . rat uon-

ison mother, oeaaea iwo years

reach adult life; they contract
heart disease and cancer later in
lifo inH nw it anrMiara ihttt fiva

to 20 years have been added to

the productive, early middle lue,
he said.

He said increasing numbers of

people die of arteriosclerosis and

.'.tann7oftfl. flelnef Howard wIlH a broken hie can now stand

Shoup, gowning Debbie Reynolds, for 10 minutes a day. but only i cancer. But the chances of these
for "Bundle of Joy, is thumbing; with the aid of crutches. v 1 diseases striking a given Individ-
his nose at Paris' high-waisted ual in a given year of middle and
styles.; Says he:- 'Tm, g (vi A g Italian. Import Resan R a r y old age are decidedly smaller than
Debbie the waist-whefthevwaist- about Hollywood: "I've always they were 50 years ago.
sbould-b'-styles of 1957" IprMed myself on aoinf a linfulsti. ; -'; .':.V
Jaft Marrow heard one of Marlr but there' ana language I ut

ah Monroe's associates compism: can't master my agent s. s.-at
at s.-at (he had to Join the atanding:.
nwtm nl rrosd tn see a Broad-I Room-full-of-titlea note: 'The

way hit. Wt V'Eveii -atanding,"i; film version of the Broadway hit,

"A. floom uii oi nosses, was

changed to .'"Dodie, then, to

'OurTeen-Age Daughter." Now
being called 'Teen-Age Rebel."



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man-in-the-street hated him for

his iron-handed methods. ? Uncon Unconfirmed
firmed Unconfirmed reports siid the news was
received with jubilation in Buda Budapest'
pest' Budapest' cafes..- i.
An editorial in the' official Com.
munist newspaper S t s b a d Nep
said the people reacted to his res resignation
ignation resignation with maturity. v
- Budapest radio said telegram

of congratulations were pouring
into tha Central Committee of the
party, expressing "enthusiasm nd
Szakad Nep "added in Hs edi.
ferial that Rakatl "iatifid both
the party" and people".,
-'His tuccessorv Moscaws- traiaed
economist Ernoe Geroe, has his
work- cut out for him. '-;
-The revelation by G r o e, tha
new Communist nartv secretary

general, that tha Hungarian econo economy
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; CAR? STAFF ASSISTANT Philip Lussier presents the' first-bundle or Its new 20,000 package package-f
f package-f food crusade to Mrs Bstefana' Aizprua, mother oi eight, who Jives in the Chorrillo district of
s Panama. Her gift was one of 100 similar bequest- the people of the Republic front1
Charles E. Mexrm, -Jr., a U.S. citizen presently ..residing In- Paris. Contained in the package -?
are tin each of cheese, butter and powdered milk as well as a bag of beans. ; - ;

TVi VinMo liner Pansma

was scheduled to sail from New

Vipt Thui-cau ftrnnnn with

110 passengers for Cristobal and

v pass engera jw ; jro

VrlmiMt Haiti : v -.x

The eomnlet advance list lot

Cristobal follows: .m"'Vs
Mr; and Mrs.' J. Allcfno;." Mr.
nnri Mrs William.. Alonil and

son: Einar- Anderson; Miss G. A.

Barter; Dr.' and Mrs. arry tsi
koff : Mrs. W. D. Bochek: Miss

Therese Bochek; Mr. and Mrs.
Eldridge M. Burton and son; Jo Joseph
seph Joseph L. Cicero; Mrs. Diana De De-marest;
marest; De-marest; Miss Rose Di Santi; Mr
nnri Mrs Nnnl varnsworth and

four children; Ronald A. Faunce;
Miss Emma Halpln; Mrs. Anna
Healy; Dr. and Mrs.. Edward G.
Healy and four children; Mr. and

Mrs. Charles H, Herrmann and

son; Mrs.- Frances Hertl; ; Miss
Judith, L. Hinkeldey, Mr. and
Mr, Pnhirt. r- Hpald anrt norl

and Miss Fanny Holzer.

Mr. Isaac Jones; miss Jose Josephine
phine Josephine Kawkiel: Mr. Eben McCal-

lum; Miss Jane McCarthy; Mr rnin, Z ZSB
and' Mrs. Elmer F; W&UjSJ
and two r.hUrlrenr Mr. and MxtlS'--R!..lMfc-JI,!l

smueeline of trtAm avJi to hnrl I.

Communist China from Hongkong it is then shipped to Portuguese'
has slowed to a comparative trick- Micaor 40 miles away, by steam. I

le, according to informed sources, Portugal is not a member of the

But sold is a different etnn

In a survey on amuggling, these
facts emerged: ;

ijiww imyij not cnou?n
junks to transport more than fl.OGO

. r . .

ions di cuniraoinn mm Hnnstnns

to the: mainland durinz one year.

The actual fieura i iiH in k

I smaller. But 1.000 tom i lt

doui wnai one crwwi.tiTx, trnrht.

er cotuu carry on one trip

The government's department of

cvuimcrre ana inausirv nag

International Monetary Fund, and' I

ue goia marset is legal in Macao,
- When the gold reaches Macao
consigned to the -gold iyndicste
headquartered- there,.. A is chan

nelled mtn aa H'.fSal martst anrl

Uhipped back to Hongkong aboard

ijuuu. jiuea u gou la put aooira
freighters .bound, for Southeast

Asi and 'India. tot major

markets, ; j i
tavfht by Feasanfs

About $6S,000,000 worth of 'gold

during the past t it years to m..Ti iVl .u,
cooe with inWelin uAZ!;1 Macao government e o 1 1 1 c t s 45

of' personnel has beei raUTed
persnt the number of tAL.)L

i.-- i cent u aiacaes annual lenome

patrol boats has been doubled.



The i ma lor 'item' f mntranatul

is kerosene, which is used in- jet

pianes. jbui tsnosa officials con
tend that the amount smuggled in

and two children: Mr. and Mrs

Bernard J, McKe nni and

daughter: Miss Li A. Markert;

best" euess -is that the karoiena ia

needed ''for homa rnnVina Tt

cheap and the only fuel which a


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bO SOAX.'YpUR HeAD'1 No short-tempered reply to a comment on the weather, -go
?-tUs ff,? ,!fSd,,n5 apProved thod bating the heat in Chicago, 111. Take it
STtaiSiif H"- .Zoo s. P01" te1' Four of 9-Plus wealh the headlines,
t 'eit,, Inspires the flrst-aid treatment. riht. 't

h. i.cili'ti foP

uwM nil, uu uum a av -ln2 j :i .. i 1
Dr. fcnd Mrs. D James Melfl and '.
two children; Mrs. Mncer Mer-f About: 1,500 :tons" 'of -kerosene

nun ana wo sons, nu. wra mis. ven leized Ust year by revenue
Harry W. Moist; Miss Fanny ,geBt. f ,-
Montana: Frank Morales: Joseph I Th mid aihiatin i. Mtu.

Morales; miss jean Morales; 1 and far tougher to solve.

Miss Frances Mueller and Msst Hongking actually is 'a two-way

iiOig jaurpny. (.street tor goia. u arrives here by

,' 1 commercial airliner, mostly from

Miss Marearet jwurray; jar. aau

Mrs. Myron M. Myers; Richard

O'Brien: Mrs. Louisa peleerino:

Mrx TJlllnn Plc.ard: Miss Hnr-

tense Resnlck; Miss Ruth Roth-

man; Miss Hannah sandman:

Mrs. Henrietta Schaeffer; Mr

and Mrs. Michel simhon: : Mrs

Maud E. Simon: Mr. and Mrs

Philip Smith: Mr. and Mrs. Har

mon Smith: Mr. "and Mrs. Ros-

well J. Tobin, and five -children;
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. VaU; Mr.
and Mrs. Melvln E. Walker; Miss
Betty wiene: Mr. and Mrs, John

A. Wilkens; Mr. Leonard S. Wil Wilson
son Wilson and son;, Mr. and Mrs. R. P

Winf leld; Dr. and Mrs. A. Work Workman
man Workman and Mrs. Anna eltner. Zelt-



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NATION ftJLTMPDft 1M ITQ r.DAlM rnmhinAt hMm 4lnsiH ....AAn flolrle Ma Whitft

Kan., as the great grain harvest begins t sweep across the country Early reports indicata
yield from this area in excess of pre-harvest estimates. i

St. Christopher's
Presents Concert

At 3:30 p.m.' on Sunday. Julv

22, a very .fine, concert of reli religious
gious religious music will be presented by
St. Christopher's Epis e 0 p a
Church in connection with the
dedication nf their new orcan.

anoseftoi pe nearn-'wnj in-.f

ciuue me si. unnsiopner s unoir
flHllrt,'"'lUlMr- Fart n Wrin

and Lucho Mufioz, organists; the
Rev. Allan R. Wentt and Miss

Felicia Williams vocalists; a

duet by the Lyon sisters; and a
male octate.
Much interest Is being display-
PA hv thff.rnmmiinlt.v anri a laror

audience is. anticipated for the


Horse Was Sober
PERTH, Australia, July 20 (UP)

a judge nned Konaia J. Kyder
$2.50 today for driving under the
influence of liquor. Ryder was rid riding
ing riding a horse.




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Parade Of; ;

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conference. withiiiit Tirinr rB(r

vatlonx are findinv it. Ytrmiv

oinicun 10 iina.pea and board

ior me next iour days.
, Traffic is. particularly heavy
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r of day sad night, w the roads

.UUiK ro, uuvci XI xaiama,
central f oeal ln

I Presidents, conclave Brightly

uiuru iBiuMjiea eempieto
with uniformed v chanffenra -were
very much Int evidence.
Yesterday, lust hefnr t.rif.t

ban was enforced which allowed
OnlV t4l06e.,nesrrmr.

graphers, officials actompanylng
the Presidents, and' others with
conference business to enter the
hotel, curious citizens from Pan..

ama wanaerea around absorb absorb-ine
ine absorb-ine the sikhti t and mnnri.

ihistory in the maklne. Kids

Stood around the lnhhv ani

gaped as people rushed by. them.
1 Shoitlv after midnicrht

jpf the Panama National Police

oegan asKing for credentials, at

" enhances 10 une Hotel
Tourist, card r nnt

(Issued by Panama as one of the

iccuruy precautions.- .
One hotel her rnirt 4httt

several families nf ti.rt.t.'

Lhad made advance reservations

caoiea toaay mat their tourist
cards are not twin

and they will hot be1 able to
come here as originally plan planned,
ned, planned, ;
John Morris, Sr;
Dies In Jdmaica "'

l f S & i t. t n
John A. Morris

employe of the Panama Canal's
Motor Transnortat.lnn ri,H.inn

died sesterdav in .t a m ina

If PnM lmnfrcrlinr in iavcr ffr.

tively choked; off, Macao'i econo economy
my economy would be in desperate straits.
Rrftich Unnffli'lntt bnnvrc'if

British officials claim the gold

does, not fall into the hands 01 in international
ternational international syndicates when it -is
amit0tflH .Mit f Vlnfitflrlntf Vir

tually all of it is bought by coolies
1 i . 1 1 1

ana peasants 10 wnora gom rep

resents the only worthwnue mone-

Hiry unit. 5u .'i,.,:r-.
'It is believed in some- quarters
.1. 1 1 1 r

mil pn n im him mm nivmpmi Tnr

narcotics in some instances.
Last year, about 7.000 -taels of

gold was seized from smugglers
in Hongking, Not all. of ft came
from Kacao however. One huge
fininira Vflt thai! An frMi0htAr

coming from the Philippines. The
1 1. lIjj a 1

turn waa wuuu uiuucu iu aavaa
of sugar.
fSnmatimM travilera rarrv fiva

and, 10-tael bars in slots sewn in
.!.-! 1 1 1 tm 1 f i 1 1

ineir ciomes. ooijieumes 11 11 Bid Bidden
den Bidden aboard ships- in remote and

auncunco-reacn pieces in me en

- It is a herculean task to try to
stamp out smuggling. The British
ara trvintf Thv nsr riiffh Tur.rHB

ior ups. laey nave piacea launcn-

es on pairoi on ( a 2fnour ( oauy


.TRIAL. BEGINS Marine SSgtNMatthew-McKeon'(left),
charged with causing the deaths of six Marine recruits, walks ?
to the'eourtroora at Parria,' island, S.C, with -his attorney s
Emile Zola,Berman, for the- opening of his trial. "McKeoa.
charged specifically with Involuntary manslaughter, oppres-ri -ision
of recruits, possession- of alcoholic beverages aruT driv driving
ing driving In the presence of recruit:, v . v f :

Shvcnscn Expects

To Gel Majority v

01 Colorado Vol? i

BOUCDERColo.. Julv 20 (UP-

Adlai StAuannnn wan .vrwWffil: tA

Cat the. majority M. Colorada'i 20

rsuonsi convention votes at the

Mate democratic convention, open
ing today.-. v
Stevenson, waa scheduled to five

the keynote address today to begin
the two-day convention. His two

Drmcinal nmwirwmt tnr th Prtv'

presidential nomination.-New-: Yorir

J.UOV.-Avereu riarrmian and Ten

nessee Sen. Estes Kefsuver, also
were, scheduled to sneak tn Cnln-

rado democrats. --',. ,..
m Kef auvor cnfaVa tn an nnn

meeting, at Macky Auditorium on
the campus tonight and Harriman
...It' .JX XI- m ... J . ;

win auuress ui i,w aemocrauc

state aeigates tomorrow.

Stevenson was leading Harnman

j Requiem Mass;

A Reauiem iKass will h hpld

tomorrow morning- at 6, at St
Paul's Church, for the repose ol

ine soui 01 uie late Mrs. Louisa

James,' v :
'.Relatives Of the 'dersasa In

VltB . friends- ariH aranaintanr

w -Ttuiena. uiis mass.- ; ,:


AirJPbllution :


To Calif. Plans

A', 12-month survey hv th TTni..

sity of California has revealed air
DOHution inilirv tn -nlant. i- -in

0f,v51iCaufornia counties.- Most

liebh kellerSeiids
Encoursging Words
To MiSe's Parents"

'- WESTPORT; ' July
(UP) Helen Keller, ; who 'knowi
a lifetime of silence and darkness,
today begged the parents of. blind
Miket Sibole "to soften your grief
by looking at his handican hone-

fully."f - : -f

I venture to send you' a (few
VinrA hsnanca ,T Ikinlp. 1 raau

. Wt. J w
able, to nearten -you in.rega'rd to

the future of your -little .child. Mi-

cnaei,, miss Aener wrotev ,y .'
Vput-ot thefullness f W -oenence.,
I can axaiir vniL.that h

as a good fighting change and you
Can helrl him. with an. Aillioatinn

just like any. other, child.'' ft

damageKamounting to more th7n,hssane'lep J-6 h" "e", commercial losses, SSL"? leif 3?,.?,&Se3r':!
in-lossy Aorlln.i k. e. terday ,r asked that the -American

lptter tn tho Rv jiml Ur. Tama.

n. oiuuie oi urianao.. iria.; c

lh' 1955 1 -occurred in th S.n Vr.n

ciscoBav area anH. nn th. n.Dt.i

plain ot South Polifn,;

Plants ;iniured were. Vfpptnhipu

field' crous. -ornamentals uu?e

andsome fruit, tr. SmAr

two other airborne toxicants,
ethylenef and fluorides,' caused the

umage. i i -. .... i-...

feperiments Begun

In Food Research

BERKELEY rlil trray.

A group of physicians from the
University nf raiifnmi ..j l-

San Francisco Veteran's Adminis Administration
tration Administration Hospital have been doing
exetnsive research on nroviitinc

omT -ft.- ," v-,i aaiaK Hie aaaiuonai votes
E."6' 'nJ.LUne?s of yerl would come from the fourth Con

r.r u. s 9 worq re- gressional. d strict, mbracin t h

6 to 2- in the' race for national: better nutrition for patients undpr

convention aeiacatft vote in wiin. emna mrn. .u.

rado on the eve of the state con-tract and stomach. TheV have

venuon. mere was no show of sup- ported some success in using a fat
nort for Kefauver. - icrmilsinn w int.......... :.J;

port for Kefauver. land have carried out research on

11. n Rm... tnlr lm.Mtk-n U-- i P

". vm so "v,, icauuin uir nuuim,- n iias Dean usea success.
Dorter of tha. former. Illinnii linv. full on .10 notiont.

tniui, prcuiciea oievenson wouia
nally receive 13 or 14 of Colorado's
2d national convention votp from

40 uninstructed delegates.

ut saia tne -additional votes

ceived here by his children

, He was 74 years old.
He is survived by his chil-

uu inn. rruaen-

via neiuiii, m aaaiuon to sev-

Mr. Morris left bar v.i

years gd to take up residencel

in ow Aiiurew, Jamaica. His

wue, mts. Edith Morris,

nere last.pecember.

24 western Colorado counties, and
from the eight delegates-at-large

selected oy toe convention later to


Mike. 4. ihfiir nn, 1ot, hi nnlw

eye Wednesday in a battle to' stop
the. spread of a -malignant cancer
which threatens his life..
. Mike's plight became known in internationally.
ternationally. internationally. Miss Keller wrote the
letter after Polly Thompson, -her
companion of many years who acta
as her eyes, and ears, read her ac accounts
counts accounts of 'Mike's blindness Af.i a
Thompson' "talks" to Miss Keller
by a language of finger movements
in tha nolm rt Iiam likt1

Northern UgKts
MdyBeSinipir ;;

Chemical Reaction ;

"northern lights" nnri th. .;..

glow" after, caused
by simple chemical reactions in.
the high altitude. ',

wanes' A.- Barth, graduate re research
search research eeoDhvsirkt st irrt.i h.

recently discovered in laboratory
exoerimerita nn. -nf Hi. -r..nti.n.

-- the combination of atomic ni-'

irogen wren ozone. 1 ;
The Duzztinff nhoiuimumn nf

glow or Aurora borealis. whirh


Rocks Manila,

Causes No Damage I

1 fWlP IV


MW,.,rU Cm

Vc!2 nfej Oh Ovn

Get Well Pre


braska cattlemen, lone : rpuirrfwi

uiceu, uaYv votea io launcn tneir
own "get well" program, inde independent
pendent independent Of the federal : ffnvnn-

. MANILA, July 20 (UP) A mild mVli-
earthquake shook Manila earLv to-' cattlemen are on ree-

day and the weather bureau aaidr5'.? 01 program which
the tremors-also were felt in Kear-T0u14 cost CatUe raiser 10 cents
Ku T.:-... tm i for eaphvhil nt oattl h.

sinan and Cavite There were no ets' P program would finance

producer controlled promotion

man aqverusmg program.

renons or casualties or damage.

me quiKB pegan at 4:41 a.m

ana iastea so seconds

The ir a 1 1 -industry V hurt

The weathw .,M rft a 'through" falling prices in recent

the caoital of Zamhaia. Pin.i yMr8 a recover through a via-

on, the west coast of Luson, re-.?r2U8 ir6 lead lead-ported
ported lead-ported tremors there Were of m-faL"SeS!nufeL
tensity six. This is officially dJtoAfi1;h.hB,
scribed as a "fairly strong -IlthSI&lSr?- fS,?ll?,dt0!?,
The quake in Manila wasffi-S6 m catUo. & Bern R.
cially described as oitateistty tZ 32ZL VInt ae
-"A feeble shock generally felt J0"" Stock Growers Assn.
indoors" according to a weather SThS'. gep0rt
h....... -v.uic er feels that anyone who cant af.

uuv ,ut uib ousiness.
i .Distaff Profnetien

Coulter and many others feel

that beef nromotion haa pnno

far as it can-go on a voluntary
basis, and- thev. supppst that th

days, of "penny ante" promotion

IB'VVCr. :,
' Other leaders, including Ttarrv

B. Coffee. nnuirtont nf th. Am,.

ha Union Stock Yards Co., feel a

manaatory cnecK-on might be im impractical
practical impractical because- it could cause
ill will on the. part of some, pro-

In ether "to eatahlish tha manila.

tory.. check-off v in. -Nebraska,, -the
State .Will have to enahlina

legislation. Sut. that's' as : far" as

any governmeni wm ce mvoived
in the program. t.
,Coulteri at a recent' stock grow

ers convention in North Platte.

said that beef is the Outstanding
htiv in miati9 TT i halrrl uilirf.

iy- oy- ainuani group rancn

Co!. Hones Wins
Trophy For Settinq

Supersonic Record

CM. Hnrara A. Hanaa w .rd.

ed the McKay trophy for 1955 yes-

icruay ior seninn me tiMt super supersonic
sonic supersonic world speed record.
The Air Korea affirm fl

100C Super Sabre 122435 miles an

nour jasi Aug. m over a course

Between raimaaie ana -Mint Can


In announcing the award, the Air

r orce aiscioseq mat Haqes set his.

record whue flying at. an altitude
nt in 1V f..t Th. r.nrH.o! naa Nns

been' eclipsed by a British experi

mental piane wnicn new 1,13Z miles
an hour over an officially measur
ed tours, wi"....!..- ...m

Prof Graduates
Wth Own Pupils

i -.i ..amura poreaus, wnicn
WORCESTER, Mass. (UP) L.lmostv consisU of invisible' light.
Air Force Maf. Robert Maud, an Brth suggests, may be caused by

nviV instructor whose education cnemic.reacuons.

nao, uiLCii uiii.prt nv wnriri u tt

recently r received his bachelor's

"""a --""' ma uwn pupua.

Run For The Hilfs,
W Birds Loosei

taHaMut' l.-... '4 2 ..a 4 1

nivrn bihissii i.v vn' niu.. i

Cow-BeUes, wh Thave i S tl3lKa,-i
own beef, promotion camnaim .i Ji.. i8 lUiiaewiiB Olve-DOmbed.

Th. f. D.ll.., r "". By OlUeiaVS. bail tn .tnlr.

vtuuea recipes ior cooking the less j .r """w var-r.
..... -j ,. s C!,B ter.. 17. had thA alrin nn kin -t

S5SSr W Ptur-ed FtSbaM-

beef, and a constant flow of bub- snt ,,tr?Ued ,lon
licity material extolung beef a 7 Protect-top-food
buy. r.0? .", 1" offaprmg whieh had turn.
bled from the nest.

V i



;HI5 DAILY ERZAD That's no special loaf of bread that,
v; six-year-old i Arturo Fernandea is struggling with. It's. ant
! average-sized loaf that folks down in Buenos Aires, Argentina,'! i
i 'vst.z Arturo is as familiar with king-sized loaves as Americans j -,
are with king-sized cigarets. Argentines claim their .to b
Jhejlargest daily. loaf of bread in the world.

' ... .v t

FRIDAY, JTLT 29. 15m -'

.'.II--'..' I

octal? ana-


Box f34, 'Paririhla





v ;



AT 'THE'OAS IfcNCHEOK Quests lit Hit tu Het .luncheon Liven by, the' 0a5w?-
.honor "president and Mrs. Ricardo Arias, yesterday, sat at naU table to
i h th Tifttel ri PanamaT? Shown at this table are: Governor t the, Canal Zone and,;
r &1i? ?SSfflffiSa V Rlccardo Moscatt Oeneraj.. and .lira,

Thomas It. Hanoia, onerai ana jnr. wum iv.

!'ssa1Ms :


rA "iorfut rW of flass of the Americas served as a tocMrt f fW"W -r
at iMtlXffiheVrilw" y Ambassador of the OAS and their wire, in honor t
Weired the Sow bVdred .est. in the palboa Room of the Hotel rfrnam.

' The buffet luncheon wag served
on s circular tale, decorated with
lu "statues and floral arrangmcnts.
Art additional : touch of tOartior

Mai the display ot neauurui gems
from tht vofld iamous jewellers

Van V Cleef and Atfreis. Guests
were especially ihterested" in -the
historic crown, which belonged to
Napolen's wife, Empress 1 o t
phtne.-and is-part of the collection
displayed in the Balboa' Room.

Miss' Mary Hiclcs
Arrives To Attend

Miss Mary Alice Hicks arrivetf by

Suburban JHospital Oak Park, Illi

nois. 1

Mie tVnrnthtf nirt : and Dr.

ii .".11 MMiAf1 tnnlflhr

at the First Baptist Church Balboa! 0' HONORf


Hn4. riApnthtfi. Ann Hirk tn Dr

Kohert A. Chapman. Miss Hicks

witrsnend the weeKenaWitn ner

men can




p,r..Mrr, and Mrs. Robert Jr. mAriaiCjb'ty

Micks of saiDoa. ana wm return u""v." L ; i

on Monday morning no ahicko,i-- ix:" s :
T.hi. mnltit, her last Farewells were said to Mrs.-Flo

L""w- 7 .liHa fw r iUH. lt- hinin. Mrs.

er m nurses- waimng ffJ5-p.t "Whitii ind

Mrs. Alice Resume. ;

floor board that squeaked and she
jaw at once that he was chalkmg
lup a black mark igsinst the hons'.'
-1 because the trim was beginning to
: ipeel,in spots..: ; -. v
IWhiliPriei n Convenience

She had at last talked ber hus- Memories? ,;
band into agreeing that if they ....,.- -;t """,'
could get a fair price for the old J"1" she. watched him decide
1 house 5ey had lived m since theu: : hf cfamis,1.ous
children were-babies they cnuld wo realized that he -was
:buy a new house in a new section f "mg .iU truth worth for the first
of town with all the. fancy gadgets ,llme ,n 7ea- ',
'and clpamin" newness bp.r heart Thnin Af ih nld.rekinna1

no ueen rraving;-... ;. img xucnen, ue spacioas ysra, me

nut me tirst.siep,. ncr nusnsnd big old; trees,' the Jugh-ceiunged
ilH hpr wsq in havo an annraicpr liirintr imam lm frianln waiIi.

- v
' Each notice' for inclvsiee in. lM
colviM tkoiiM be wkitte4 in
(yae-writtc form mi mailed t oaa
. ef the koi aumken liifW daily
"Social a"4 Otkcrwiu," or doHver-

aa ky kan to tka ettie. NottJ o

, ana wis sure sne naa. a nome mat naa oeen nom.naiea me uresem ouiceis .to

he didn't notice that the front years in the making. She would succeed themselves for' another
yard was big enough for a base-! just spruce -up the old house and year. They are: : ; 1 ..5

quit, arearaing... j .'

Haw- long has it been since

laotiagi oeaot be acttattW

I bui we ursi.siep,. ncr misoananig old, trees,' the Jugn-ceiUngeai ., t,:,t-.
'told her, was to have an appraiser .living toom,-. the friendly Beigh-! Natural History Seoiafy- v.''y.v
I come out to look at' the old houseJbors' whose children bad grown up! Will Hold Election. ..i'j''

ile a give tnem an idea of its with hers.-. ... . i e l -At the 256th meeting of Oie 'So-

ui.uk3 v.iue. .iciety, to be beld at lb? u o r g is
The day the appraiser, stopped! And when she fmally;p)t'1he; Memorial Laboratory, Panama Ci.
by she was elated.-At last she was appraiser's report, setting a value' ty, on Wednesday, July 25,-at '8.:00 '.
taking a definite step toward her on the house that was ter lawer p.m. the election of officets; for
dream house. j than f she had estimated; '.she the fiscal year enduig June. 3j,
( But with a sudden -shock she ; wasn't disappointed. at- alL i;o ', .1952,. will, take place The ekxJtiiw
noticed that the appraiser, wasn't .- :. ,. ...'. i ; usually requires not more' than ten

Bccmg ouhjuiuik auuut me nuuse' ror sne naa a ire nay maae up miauies, u ? -4 1
that had made it ft real home. ,her mind .that -she didnft want at- 'v 'V-
If PArrpv plnnrfri at th hitf nan hnnca at 11 fih wnntei tuhflfl Th Knminatintf rftmmi(ic riJi

trftpst in thii viird. Kh wit surA chai horl 4 hnm thai- hid k Wn nnm nitd tht nrpnt nffrrprW ff

U mt J V ..VI.

President,- C M." Brsndl. : r
Vpe-Presid6nt, E. B. Stcveni.
T hrarian ; Mrs. Mareplla OlTH.

didn't ask about the 'neighors. jhouse with .; loving rather than) Other nominations may; be mad

MR nin .icmc nisannrnvinii v aiivirn annrniRinff pvpkf .-, lrufu uie nuui;ft .'1

halt rlinmnnrl

yoawa ; j-
He hurried across 'the 'porch;
ennh a nnnflatiil ennf frn f arr ir

1 t.f ... 1 -1 1 r 1 1. t : 1 1 -

uieaKiasisv wuuoui Kiancu. ne you vev. loarea 11. your lauuuar

Visitors Prent


Mr And Mrs, Sharp ';

Entertained At Dinner
11 anil Mri ManfrpHn Enffel

.rinrtiino mth i huffpt dinner.

Diane today vto ne tnenonor avieiiu-i'-""r- Kath.n
l in th wedding M 'hev rfsterfc henot of Mr. and. Mrs,'


Amnnt 'tha mflnv fiicsts present

Mr.r Mr anH Mrx A. Albertsen

Mrs. Samuel Friedman, Mr. ,and
Mr. Louis, Hosoh. Mrs..Adele Ma Ma-ioh'
ioh' Ma-ioh' Mr .aild Mf sf 'ArltoIJ Solpnfbn,

Hnnrv. SummerfMund, t Mr

and-Mrs; Alejandro loussieh, Mrs


Mauricio Toussieh

' Mr. and Mrs.rNathan Sharp plan
ia leave shortly for an extended

lour oi' aurope. ..,,.,.

Naval Officers' Wives
Enjoy Colorful 1 ,
nonjt PntACllli.' ':-.

. ...... j



NCA Feed and Markets Editor,

When we were In Southern Cali California
fornia California the weather was 1 hot. But

friends showed us ways to remain
cool.. Here', how:'
Lemonade Whip .
: re ii ...' -!

Ope rtiOunce) cam frozen :. con-
.. .'1 .. ... .1 i 1 1 aa

eentrate ior lemonaue i
ounce) bottle chilled ginger

whipped cream -tor topping

. vomDine coocentrace tor

thoroughly and pour into tall School of e uance.

glasses, lop eacn kisss wuii tew

poonfuls at whipped oreara.


Dunn well known ballroom dance team will do a benefit show
at the Strangers Club totaorrow night. -This dance is sponsor-;
ed by the Inter-Anterican Women's Club (Cqlon Unit) and the
lunds raised from this danca will go to the Amador Guerrero
Hospital for the Polio Ward.- Harnett and Dunn are front the
Pacific side j where Miss Harnttt has her studio at the El
-.,,. Panama Hotel.

Visitors Feted' ;
At Coffee Partf i
At Hotel Washhtoton1- .,
Mr .iiniM 5p. Johnson and Mrs.

Clive W.' Lewis were co-hostesses
at a morning coffee at the Hotel

Washington for their house guesis

mantes . I washmgton lor meir nouse sumu
Mr. ami Mrs. Elov Alfaro cave viiitintf from the States.

a- dinner recently in honor of Dr. -

ana Mrs: i nomas jonnsron;1 wno f airs.t inei .nte nu
are visiting family and 'friend lse Uttenweile of Houston, Texas
1 t .fhb.Arii: A fMAil f th JilhlUntltV; n(l

Nina Velarde. Dr. and Mrs John-' Mrs. Simon yan, Wout,of Savan-

son's home-is in Arkansas. . ? .nah, ueorgia u visiuug mo ww-

Mitt tdknaltmi- . .,''.. .1

k..-. ..! iT-i 1 ,-- v.-' ....:.. A'Taa S V

i rrwni. iiamwva mviiai,, :?Zr :1

juiss r lorence n. uoruufce aerT "i.
ed refreshmenU to the trainees' tained' a group of friends from Ta Ta-completijig
completijig Ta-completijig the first session of Ci-! nam a and the Canal Zone with a

vil i)fan liir htat( rroicram t. at ner nome- in

... uta.lon trom your ehntlt toa
It Hue"" m' th ,lvOT nd


lllil- 'WUU'I .V





, ,1 I, I I I I I' ifl! 11 II, .' I I "I l"J 'I ". 1 i


am Wfi1av 'at tha JTapa finln

Hospital Thirty -f i v .' persons1, at
tended. ,"v -' V'rr':
The trainees presented Miss Ed Ed-brooke
brooke Ed-brooke with a Silver Bon Bon

lT xZlr meeting; cloth and a bottle of Relexion per- Manuelitad. Va de Maud

on-Tuesday at the. Hotel El fana- iume.' t 'f8roA n M.arrt
mi Lunch" in the Bella- Vista ; ; ", gler, Carolina Obarrio, Margaret

Wei'ebts. yesterday afternoon

' Guests who attended were Mes
dames CarIorulan,-! Elaine
Boyce, Joan Webb, Ruby Ewald,
c. n.mho MnMin Ficueroai

Emma Modeer, Ligia De Armas,!

... fAiWBd'hv a most in-h' Eiehteen trainees'Vhb have fin-' Johnston and ftisie uarqia anui

itrUeresting and coldrful' dance pro-'ished the first session have rejis-lMisses DoritafFlgiiUUa DoritafFlgiiUUa-,A"'"
,A"'" DoritafFlgiiUUa-,A"'" ,, nn.mtA co-l twpit for th' additionat six weeks las Sucre, Carmencita Marquei,;

M ,;h Mr Cacilia Pmel'Mrind.. W I Samuesa Roiaa Sucre and Anna

,iem,?DrirR;mnn:director of the Nation-, V ,lBenjami. -u I

I iMm I Mnmiiin r TTT il ir 11 II Tl'" ml

Brlnir home great Joy to
the KIDS! Take advantage
of this SPECIAL! We're of-;
ferlng yon this week an
assortment of fine, cororfuF
BALLS for the BEACH,
ete. front 6c. np. Don't miss
this one.
, .i A "i 1 j
Opposite the Ancon P.O.,



t t

A''.''. .si? A


"3f it's for ike (Baby we have it"

, Several 'Jlew Styles oft ;
(Jump trig (Jacks


' No. 81 "A" Avenue

Tel. 2-4875

No.' 40,' 44th Bt.

. Tel. 3-1258

3St e. 9

IT.. i STnrsi A Rlnoll.

pine of whose pupils appeared,,
gave an interesting description of,
the. dances typical to the different,

!.. ;. Snalti ; Th Triana i

One (6-ouneey cad frozen .con-sGarrotin. Bulerias, Farruca, Rolio,

eentrate tor lemonaae, i caniui

temonadi JCrenberry Frst,

lervea i

mnter rtill ipmnnaHp. can once).

1 (l-ouncel an jellied cranberry
sauce, J. (28-punce). bottle ,sparr
kling- water, ice cubes.' u-i
- Combine concentrate for lemon lemon-adi(
adi( lemon-adi( with equal amount of water,
ariii oraahtfrrv anpa nit mix well

in electric blender or with rotary

beater. Pour mixture over ice
cubes in 4' tall glasses and fill
glassea with sparkling water.'
'" Lemonade-Apple Flxa
- ,-.-(Seros 4)
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FRIDY, JULY 29, 1931
,er9 Joe Adcock Hot A Firecr ackgi0




; 33ig Joe Doing So Well

.fey JOHN

NEW YORK, July 20 (UP) Some baseball
"expert&mock big Joe Adcock as a ?ess hitter"
But he's tiessih so well these days that he ought

yttt.ben Ohi t of those television quiz shows.:-?

The six-foot, four-inch MiHln the 10th Inning gave CMca-
Wukee SuK-pBt another go a 4-3 win over the Phlladel-
' bf his homfiJun. sprees Trmrs- phU :JilWim Ktag andWalt
day with Hrand slam homer, a ioryn also homered for-the.Cubs

. .three-run nomer,. and two more
.f :i, ),
hits for a total, of eignt runs-
i it a viit nl the
SSlSibr "
T-?r"Tv r.;
V.Tie vlctory'enabled the Braves
T?4"? A.V vil-il ua.
leaa over me un-
.-cinnati R
ThXrr not Adcock really,
r1riw' r?:'-tS

guesses what each pitch wilt be
- thre'sno denying he's the hot
- teTsluJgV hTthe majors His

total ot 19 home runs inciuaesi
. 10. in th lac .13 anmps ft De-I
riod In which he drove in a to total
tal total of 23 runs.. And the Braves
5 won 11 of those 13 games to
' take over the league lead.
Adcock, who literally chasec"
Giant pitcher Ruben Gomez out,
'"df the oarrTuesday after being 1
JL 'Tth'sta
inninr with his 400-foot yrsnd-'
slam homer: H- adrfed his three-;
'rnf bomof In the sWh off Die
T.lttlefield. Fe rtouWed in the

i tttifd anrt siH-Ied Lome a run teallSS;
the foj-rth. His eWht KJitSSiS s&afffS

. ;' ;"" """ ""
uonai aguc was g-ear.

'-WMathew) 1 droy i In three nfYk for top ginning hon hon-'
' hon-' w.dK,or imthe majofs, and hi. 12th
iJS.WS-SSTi'fcSL "iSS! complete game.

'" in tot i-rip leapuc-icnucra w"

NMn' tor the leaeue-ieaders w

rs.r TPd'ei. trVn- ?-
er CM FWes b'. hs Wh
hor i the sUrth. went a a-'
' a-' i head In the sme 4rme on
13i BpII's 18i lrcuU blow
'wfth one en nd wranoed K
m-n Vth for In the mveiHIi.
. i"p$ Jeffcost won er Sal
, Maglie in a p'tchlng duel.'
AIfl' the dnlv other V wim-

j ric Fondy's homer with wo out

L. 1

ria Griffin o( tpe United State.'
Marine Corps, .sharpens, hei
spikes before a workout in San
Francisco:' Pacific ',, Amateur
Athletic Union: 50-yard cham champion
pion champion and record holder. 6 4
seconds, the San Antonio 22
year-old will.cprnoete in Wash,
fngton for a place on the
United States Olympic team.
'arnum Was RightOn Fith
" Fishing Editor' ''
P.' T. Barnum said there's one
bora every minute and piscalorial-
, iy peajung, ne was ngni. suck
' ers are1 one of the most abundant

.-J Iwimcitt American '-rs, -i
Suckers get their name because
they Dave protrudihg mouths and
feed by sucking in owe. w b i c h
contuns insect larvae and other
material, from the bottom.
Occasionally a group of suckers
. fced ng in a stream wiU be follow-
ed brother fish such as trout an!
common shiners which snap up

m iviwi jv ttj wv
rock turning activities of suck
ers.-" ,r
, mosi sucners, ana mere are a
mtji i nunarea species, are jirr-
ilea to North America but a few
: are found' in China and Siberia.,
The best known species arc ti e

rommon-sucker and the hnsuc' v'irge kinds such as the buffalo if!g Presldtnts liave left, anyone
r rr, which may be found In slreaon lsN and some of fhe arse r'- planning to enter the tourna tourna-tni
tni tourna-tni to i slighter ;r:teit in Jakei wrtes. feiuiarfy reach a length nent should get in touch with
thwi,"l"inl,the yev'i J ; f more than two feet and jome frank VJolette, Panama 3-0945,
Other species like' the chub-' each three feet. !or Bud Plres at Coronal 220

supers ana some ol the reuhorse
suckers are


much at homer


and Granny .Bamner tot,;- me
J,I1H Jr-iirfc Tjnm vnn. In re-
if his jwnand ... win in: three
"V v.-.;
, In the American Uague, toe
, vnrk vankes- utretehed
vnew iimmwhiwsuc-q w
r!W.ini w. tn washinctan
Cleveland lost to Washingtan
5-4, on Eddie Yost's 1 second
'homer of .the Kamewlth two out
!d: the, uhithi toning. y;V
llie Yankees, tied, 3-S, erupt-
ed for fouMuns In the sixth to
win as Hank Bauer's bases bases-loaded
loaded bases-loaded double highlighted tli
rally. Tommy Byrne galued his
fifth win with relief help from
ToraMorgan. o v
' Cleveland blew a 4-0 lead in
losing to. Washington as Bunky
a" stopped them with two
hit pitching in 7 1-3 relief in innings,
nings, innings, j,. r-j; jffi:,, '.
The Chioago Whit Sox at last
nlaJ Kf. 1-4 aaimA Invlrin
nine to nin- Baltimore. 3-2. It
was.Plerceg 14th victory, tying

..!-;." ':i -:: .. Aaron, wiu
Th 5 Kansas City A'a downed Bailey, Cinci.
he Boston Red Sox, 8-4, as VlrMuslal, St. L.
Power, idle seven games because Sc'dienst, N.Y.
of dental trouble, came back to Boyer, St. L.

Uad -the way with three-run;
homer. The win snapped the
A's four-gBK losing streak.
"dcock of the Braves, who
drove : in eight runs with a
gramd-slam homer three-run
homes, double and single to
set a single game R.B.L record
for the, National League this
CATCHY-Aon Lipsey neatly
transports a 50-pound .fish
caught by her grandpop, Lon Lon-nie
nie Lon-nie O. Lipsey, near his camp,
bard by Memphis.
in lakes and leave them only tj
spawn if at all The carp sucl-
ers, quillbacks, buffalo. fish, ani
bluv sucker are sperles wheh are
Important commercally.
utners like the mountain suck
er ana tne rustyside sucKer are
limited to mountain streams' "and

are adapted for life in swift ws r e v; t
ters." ; : 1 ; The "Skinlack'' Is ieavinr to.
: Tie largef species are t a k e n moL ith Tffehemen Onboard
commercially In the Mississippi ?o b! ut for nine Tavs. Sam
River system, Great Lakes, ; and J2L l JL Town r
St Lawrence River and m o r e'V WMder C?P
than-4,000,000 pounds arc sold vSSJVwJS nartn.
nuufty, and at East as much noTtttZ nh
is esught by anglers and used for""', "a,hJnum)''' ?f
food. in tourna-

vviiiimvi vit. OS A tesncilf ail
trap nets and gill nets as well as
;iby dipping ; and spearing during
tneir migrations. Anglers usually
use worms aougn pans. -and m
rsr instances artificial hires; r-
Mi st roecien are fairlv email
;eldum excewHn". I8 in',hii Some
(Distributed by NEA Strvka)

!ni3rn:!!:nal Lekgus
f ; S!nding$

t JW.
41 V .573
:469 10
.449 12
.443 12 Vi
.392 ,17Vj
Montreal 8, Rochester 6 ,v
Toronto 3, iJunaJO
m ami o, Kicnmoiia a .
Miami 2. Richmond 1 ; (Second)
(First Game, 7 Innings) (
rucnmuna H v- ;
Miami 000 401 X 6 8 I
Jordan, Coates (4) and Wat
llngton; Cardwell and Nlarhos
Jordan. HR: Bouchee.
;- '
(Second Game v ...
""""r jyr rr-.-s r :
Neeman: FarreU and Holton
Neeman; FarreU
. ueregmno.
-o-; ; yt ;-rrrrr
Froats and Tompklnson; lov-
nguth and Battey. HR: Goliat
fontreal 050 100 2008 13 C
Rochester 000 320 100-4 9 1
Kipp, Walz (5.) and Roseboro;
3eiger, Donnelly (2), Deal (7)
'.nd Rand. WP: Wala. LP: Gel Gel-;er.
;er. Gel-;er. HRs: Clark, Rand, Kasko.
In The Majors
(Based on 200 official at bats)
layer and Club g ab r h pet
m .n
79 305 54 101 .331
65 209 35 69 .330
84 317 46 104 .328
59 207 27 66 .31E
84 337 60 107 .318
Mantle, N. Y. 83 305 77 111 .364
Kuenn, Det. 77 293 45103.35?
Maxwell. Det. 76 256 52 89 .348
Kell, Baltimore 68 234 28 76 .325
7ernon, Bos. 67 238 35 77 ,321
Mkntie'Vanks ;V;.;
Kluszewski, Redlegs ....
Banks, Cubs ..........
Wert2, Indians
(Four tied with 20)
Mantle,; Yanks ...
Musial, Cards ...
Wertz, Indians ..
Simpson, Athletics
Boyer, Cards
Mantle, Yanks
Yost, Senators
Robinson, Redlegs
Boyer, Cards .....
Snyder, Dodgers
Mantle, Yanks.
Boyer, Cards
Musial, Cards ...,,....
Ashburn, Phils
Kuenn, Tigers
(Based on 9 Decisions)
Lawrence, Redlegs
... 7
Brewer, Red Sox
Kucks, Yanks
Pierce, White Sox
Freeman, Redlegs
Lee Cuddy Catches
1st Eligible Marlin
01 Fishing Tourney
Ler Cuddy of M'aml, fishing
aboard the Serl yesterday caught
the first "legal" black marlin of
the tournament' weighing 355
lbs. He worked 30 minutes to
land the billf ish.
It was caught around the "se "secret
cret "secret reef" of Ken Middleton
and Frank Violette. The only
other marlin landed so far m
the tournament was an illeral!
latch, since It took two ba ts,
The Soltura reports plenty of
amberjack largest weighing
61 lbs. They are hooking a lot of
ivery bit fish around the reef but
don't knn what thev ih
are breaking the
The "Hula" will leave for the
weekend, with six aboard.
Important Notice
Since security regulations pro
hibit anyone from entering El
Panama grounds until the v"s't
wlir luppiy-thenr-wtti
1 blanks.

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Bourne Confident Of Winning
Second Isthmian Boxing Title


7, U

LOOKOUT ON HIGHA tiny bUck dot atop billowing saib.
crew member keeps a lookout holding on to the yardarm on
the forward mast of the Flying Clipper as the sloop glides along
the Bay of Biscay. The Swedish boat u competing in the Inter.. '.
national Ship Training Race from Torbay to Lisbon.

Dattle Of Beanbair Becoming

More Severe
NEW-YORK.' July 20 (UP)
Th. "battle ot the beanball" In
the major leagues is becoming
more severe.
The situation has been build-
imr up over the past 10 years
and has been dramatized by
events of the last few days
Tuesday nlaht. joe Adcock of
the Milwaukee Braves chased
Giant Ditcher Ruben Gomez
from the mound after being hiti
by a fast ball. The: wild scene al
most set off a riowd ji
Last Sunday, Don Newcombe
of Brooklyn and Warren Hack
er of the Cubs staged a bean bean-ball
ball bean-ball feud that was climaxed
when Dodger manager Walt
Alston took Newcombe out of
the game to keep him from
being suspended. ,-'
A few weeks ago Bob Grim of
the Yankees and Dave Philley
of the. White Sox started a fist
fight over an alleged dusting
attempt. And earlier this year
Bill Bruton of Milwaukee charg charged
ed charged out to the mound with a bat
in his hands to get at Russ
Meyer of the Cubs, charging
that Meyer threw at him.
The pitchers prefer to call it
a "duster" or a brush-back
pitch, rather than a beanball.
They mean to intimidate a bat-;
ter, not to nurt mm. Ana you
can bet they'll keep right on
throwing it. There are five rea reasons.
sons. reasons. First, the batters seem to hit
more homers every year. Second
club owners keep moving the
ball park walls closer to home

plate. Third, almost all pltchersu -
believe they have a right to J?Bthmu Lead,n Wye.ln

nrusn nar-K tn-hitter . .. tripv
call it self -protection. Fourth
the umpires are Inclined to sym
pathize with-the pitchers. And
fifth, the league presidents have
Roy Campanella
SKIPPER Roy Campanella
now prefers to play baseball at
home in Brooklyn. The princi principal
pal principal reason is that the Dodgers'
catcher berths his 41-foot cruis-

I i

'cr,.TrincesS' at Club' Caprts,on"tTnen(Jatl(rrr 1or-thelr 'Tare ateplay ;

Manhasset Bay.

In Big Leagues

I refused to take drastic actidn,
such as handing out a few sus-
For ... instance, after New
combe got involved in that
duel Sunday, 'he called the
umpires, "gutless. bums" for
stbpping the bombardment.'
National League President
Warren GUes answered that b,y
saying the United Press had
misquoted Newcombe despite
the fact that three other, re reporters
porters reporters quoted Newcombe ex exactly
actly exactly the same way. Giles took
no action on the beanball
battle itself. v v ';
BeanbaUs can be fatal. .That
was proved one day uv August
1920, when Carl; Mays of Yan
kees hit Cleveland shortstop Ray
Chapman. Chapman died less
than 72 hours latere
1 That wa the only, major
league beanball fatality in his
tory. But the career, of Mickey
Cochrane, one of the finest
catchers ever, ended In 1937 aft
er he suffered a fractured skull
after being beaned by 'Bump
Harney or tne Yanks.
One of this season's victims
Don Zimmer .of Brooklyn, is out
for the season, and perhaps for
ever. Hank Thompson of the Gi Giants
ants Giants has a constant buzzing '-in
his head.
Baseball men can't help' won-;
aering wno'ii be next.
Paraiso' Sports
' .i.uic..,.
The stage Is set for the-Unl-
sports -Table Tennis Tourna Tournament,
ment, Tournament, which takes place Mon Monday
day Monday evening in the paraiso and
Rainbow City gymnasiums,, and
wmcn will feature tne istmnus
leading players.
. The 'evening's initial activities
will be the first-round elimina elimination
tion elimination matches for 'all male con contestants,
testants, contestants, registered in the tour
nament. Female participants wll1
go to the table" on Wednesday
night' at 7:30. ... i
There is every reason why
participants, should be in the
best playing form, in view of the
fact that, ail enorts were .made
to offer eight tables' in the Pa
raiso gym for practice session;
three times weekly. Many play players
ers players took advantage of the op opportunity
portunity opportunity that was offered, and
according to indications, quite a
large number of these wielderf
are in the best possible y shape
lor tne struggle ior supremacy.
The popular and adept George
Grannum emerged the Nov J
seeded player. He was followed
by Arthur Joseph, Frank Durant
and Hiram Johnson in- order
This quartet, well known in ta
ble tennis circles, stands out in
their own rights, and may be
counted upon to give account of
memseives dunns- the hectic
struggle for the coveted 'awards
Speaking Of the female 'Con
testants, it would be i fair tc
mention such names as Carrol
proverbs, Leona Lydef and, JElma
Stewart who for the past three
years nave. ; established them
selves as the finest players of
their sex about the Isthmus. The
trio boasts wide 1 experience In
previous open competition, and
earned "'Community, wide- com-
in table tennis.

Bantamweight champ Melvin

Bourne will try to even matters
with Isidro Martinez, the re
cently crowned featherweight;
king Sunday night ..
The fight is slated to go ten
rounds,or less. The heavier
Martinet 's favored 3 to 2 to
make it two straight victories
over the Chorrillo idol.
Bourne, on the other hand, is
not to be sold short for his first
effort under his new trainer was
a winning one when he stopped
Byron : Cumberbatch in seven
cantos, .r-..- v.
Who is bis trainee N o h e
other than Aubrey. Woodruff
who, incidentally, guided three
successive local 126 pound
champs in Rocky McKay, Pedro
Tests and Rodolfo "Francis. The
first two, .also by coincidence,
had their careers cut short by,
fatal automobile accidents.
The rest of the card follows:
Jorge Rivas meets Juan Leza Leza-ma
ma Leza-ma in a 4 rounder at 126 lbs.
Goyo Castaiiedas take, on Er Er-nesto
nesto Er-nesto Taylor n another 4 at
126. The semifinal bout will see
Rodolfo Marshall tackle sea seasoned
soned seasoned Black Bill at 123 lbs.
Tense I. L Pennant
Race Has 3rd Leader
'n Las! Four Days :
NEW YORK. Julv 20 (UP)
The tense International League
race, had Its .. third different!
icauer in iour aays loaay tne
Toronto Maple Leafs.
, I",.-,
The Leafs, behind the loop'? i
top pitcner Lynn Lovenguth
edeed the Buffalo Bisons, 3-2
while the Montreal Royals shad shaded
ed shaded the Rochester Red Wlngsi 8-
6. The loss dropped Rochester
Into second place, a half-game
behind Toronto and a halt-game
In front of Montreal
Lovenguth gave up only five
mis -in gaining his 15th wln a a-?ainst
?ainst a-?ainst only six losses. Bill Froats
who went all the- way for Buf Buffalo,
falo, Buffalo, was tagged with the loss.
Th9 Royals scored five times
in the. second fnning, "off Gary
ueiger 'ana iiiix ponneuy and
then went on to gain the victo victory.
ry. victory. Rochester moved to within
a run, 6-5, 1n the sixth but Mon Montreal
treal Montreal locked it up with a pair in
the seventh. Bob Walz gained
the victory In : relief of startei
Fred Kipp.
In tne orJy ''other5 action,' the
Miami Marlins swept a pair
"To jtuenmono, s-, and 2-1
uon taraweu (11-3) won the
opener ana Dick FarreU (5-3)
tne nightcap, v The other clubs
were no scneauled.
Junie Buxbaum
nie junie Buxbaum holds the run em.
blematic of the National. Public
Junks ,Golf Championship. The
128-pound. Memphis business
man was the survivor of an ori
nal 1,917 entrants in match play
over the Harding Park course in
Sn Francisco.



St Louis :
.50 31
.49 34
.45 38
.41 42
ret. GB
90 2
42 6
.494 10
.469 12
.459 13
Chicago ;
New York
.439 14
J88 18',
Philadelphia at Milwaukee (N)
. Brooklyn at 8t, Louis (N)
; Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (N) :
New York at Chicago
New York ,: 000 101 100 3 8 2
MUwaukee ; 500 304 Olx 13 15 C
Hearn (3-10), Margoneri, Rid Rid-zik,
zik, Rid-zik, Littlefleld and Westrum.
Bpahn (9-7) and Rice..
(Night Game) 1 ""
Brooklyn 000 101 0002 10
Cincinnati 010 002 40x 7 9

w.iiiu t -u V i Byrae (5-1 Morgan and How How-Magile
Magile How-Magile (2-3), Roebuck, Bessent'ard
and Walker. I '

Jeffcoat (2-1), Freeman
000 100 101 03 10
HQ 000 001 14 10
Rogovin, R. Miller (1-3)
Lopata. t y K' ?J""':-i '
Rush. Lown f-s anrl rmiti

TjinHrlth ..,u,,UUUic vuauuiuuu 'A a t
Lanarltn. I Pierce lk-t rwi mil.,

rrniv n,.n,
Only games scheduled.

In $650 Mile Feature O

2 ,T?e Si?d at"1" Grey Juan is aura to go of f tha ma.
fuels favorite tomorrow afternoon in the featured $650 one mil
and 55 yards gallop for Class C imported thoroughbreds at the
swanky President Remon racetrack. m "ta"'a .!
Scheduled to oppose Grey Juan are Empire Honey, Elko.
Chlvlllng. and Lucky Test Of these, Empiie Honeyn one one-time
time one-time topnotcher, shapes op as the most dangerous contender.
Speedy Elko could be a surprise post to post winner whila
upset specialist Chivllingo is alway, dLgyour LuckTlesrha.
been performing poorly recently.
Nine, other well matched races are Included on the card
The program: -ir t.-f r ........ v;.,.

1st Race "A-l" Nativat Fai
Puna $375.00 Pool CloMt 12:45
1 Portal L. Gutierrez lilxl
2 Don Pastor R. Vasquez 122
3 Daniel - B. Aguirre 120
4 Fru Fro A. Creididio 102x
5 Yosikito A. Vasquez 110
6 (Rabiblancd R. G6mez 108
7 (Takeaway B. Baeza 106
U4 Race "HI -A" Imoort.J 7 Ft.
Puna $400.00 Pool Clotoi 1:15
1 Bright Blade II F. Godoy 105
2 Soft Note
J. Gongora 108
3 Ocean Star
F. Alvarez 115
A. Valdlvia 112
R. Vasquez 113
i H. Reyes. 118
G. Montero 102x
V. Ortega 108
4 Donny Boy
5 camberwell
6 Onda Real
7 Reflector
8 Te Gano
9 Two Colours
F. Hidalgo 110
10-Dawn, Song A Creididio HOx
3rJ Raea "ElimiMtioa" Ima. 6 Fat.
PHrta $600.00 Pool CIomi 1:45
1 New Look
R. L. Gil 115
2 Rosario
L. GiraWo 110
, B. Baeza 102
B. Aguirre 118
A Gonzales 103
R. Vasquez 118
C Iglesias .105
3 Gaucha-'
4 Beduino"
5 Our Fancy
6 Mirzatoats
7 Double In
4ih Raca "F" N.tivot 5 Fgt.
Pursa $275.00 Poof Closet 2 JO
1 Uyuyuv
B. Baeza no
B. Aguirre 110
V. CastUlo 115
2 Marcelita
3 Guarare
4 Bagdad
O. Miranda 107x
5 Don Jaime O. Charus 106
6 Blue Moon A. Ycaza 110
StU Rico "H" Natives 7 Fft
Puno $275.00 Pool Oomi 2:55
1 Moonfighter L. Glraldo 120
2 fiixaola J. Jimenez 105x
3 College Girl A. Vergara 113x
4 strena A. Ycaza 111
5 Choly A. Gonzalez 100
6tk Rico "D" Importoa 7 Fit
Purae $600.00 Pool Clout 3:35
1 Supper Girl 1 B. Baeza 111
2 Double Four R. Cilstian 110
3 P. Countess A. Vasquez 114
4 Golden Corn J. Phillipsll5
5 (Gonetlno R. Vasquez 115
6 (Escorial G. Montero 105x
7th Race "G" Imported Fat
Puna $450.00 Pool CIomi 4:05
1 Jaquimazo V. Castillo 112
2 Greco S. Carvajal llOx
3 Danlelo G. Montero 99x
4 D. Beatriz R. Vasquez 115
5 Fuerto L.' Giraldo 110
6 W. Apron B. Aguirre 110
7 Rlscal , F. Alvarez 112
8 Gay Spot A. Creididio HOx
9 49. 81ipper-0.-'Vasquea 102x
10 Golazo A. Vasquez 118

vr t : rcL em
New York
Boston i
.580 10
533 11
.537 12'i
.471 18
.447 20
J93 26
.363 27
Kansas City
Kansas City at New York (N)
Detroit at Boston (N)
Cleveland at Baltimore (N)
, Chicago at Washington (N)
Kansas City 002 000 3128 10 1
Boston 101 001 0104 8 1
Burnett (2-0) and Thompson
Sisler (4-4), Delock, and
Detroit 002 100 000-3 12 C
New York 010 204 OOx 7 13 1
Maas (0 7), Gromek and Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. .. T ,.. -. V
(Night Game) -and!
Cleveland 130 000 0004 8
(Washington 000 002 1115 10 3
uarcia, Mcusn (2-3) and Nar Nar-C
C Nar-C agon v 1
1 Griees. Stewart U.i aril
j (Night Game)
h,"" .Zl W Ti
inn flfln AAA A
Fornieles (2-3). Schmltz" Zu
'verlnk, Martin, Loes and Smith,


C Imoorts Clash

"6, Nativasl 7 Fat.
Puna $275.00 Pool Closes 4:40
lFuego A.)teyes R. 102x
2- Tap Lady A.' Oonzilez'118
3- BuU Flea G. Montero HOx
tELlon L. GiraWo 118
3-Ebony F, Hidalga 109 -5-f"a
de Sapo B. Baeza 103
IZSM 'Vasquez. 130
8 FolieUto, H. Gustinea 97x
Punt $500.00 Pool Closes 5:1$,
1 Andes
unc-i wg-
.B. Bnma lnt
2 Encachada
3 Iguazii
4 Nesscllffe
5 E. Magic
6 Oro Purlto
7 L-Paqulro
8 M. Beam
9 Arpegio
10 Panlcua
11 (Coral
12 (Dlstlngo
A. Creididio. 103x
A. Reyes R. Il2x
F. Hidalgo 108 .v
B. Aguirre lis
G. Vasquez liox
A. Vasquez 118
R. Vasquez 113
J. Jimenez 105x
A. Ycaza 113
G. Montero 103x
. F. Alvarez 110
HKT"t A Reyes R. 105x
J-Wvillngo F. Alvarez lis
3 Elko ) G. Montero 105x
4 E. Honey G. S&nchez 118
5 Grey Juan A Vasquez 115
j. Racetrack Mips 1
1-Takeaway (e) rDailel
-Ocean Star ; .Two Colonn
S-Rosarlo ,J .Beduino
4- rMarcelita Gnarar.
5 Moon F'ghter College Girl
C Gonetlno (e) Double Four
7 Gay Spot ..Dona Beatrls
Filon Wlnsaba
9 Paqnlro y; Iguazd
10 Grey Juan, Empire Honey
Scut. Africa's 1
Beth Wild Fails
In ClicnncI Swim
LONDON, July 20 (UP) Beth

Wud, 22-year-old typist from is
Ceres, South Africa, failed today I )
in her attempt to hecome tht
first South African to swim the
channel from England to France

Miss wild was nulled from the

water five miles off Calais.' At-

tacked by a lee cramp shortly
after plunging into the icy wa water
ter water at noon yesterday, she swam
on ios 13 hours 37 mlnuUa, trail
ing her left leg behind her.


tics rtiwji



. Brooklyn ; f aV ate confronted with qulte an nnpleasant

twitch. .In past years tneu-, dv wj
Ku .eason concerned the abiUty of the Dodgers to maintain a
fat lead ThU time the FlatbusK clientele is harassed by doubts
that its favorites can out-run a bunched field in SeptemMr. -.
'WithSIS last few; days there have been urblng : re report
port report ttom inside the Brooklyn corps In a clubhouse tirade,
Walter. Alston blasted. U disappointing world ampiora of

lull in Chicago Manaay, ws -o -v
iouaced that the Dodger situation had a pungent odor of ln ln-3
3 ln-3 dej;tt attack the quality, of the
5S of tS Mft'ind easy'bibit. by Fred Haney, will bring the
World SeSeYio Milwaukee : Are the Dodger. actuaU, -ready tor
that house cleaning and overhauling Alston threatened to Ms
. clnlihbiiMdtetiilM?.,;;.::. y
4 -These' questions were ; thrown at' Oalley today
Brooklyn offices.'. Before going into .tliejn seriatim he tailed
in Ms Merely and dictated uiis official statement.
v t tWbuld have been more concerned it J
hot blown off steam. I wa. pleased ttat -M toe
absolute privacy of his own clubhouse, and not In public.

, f;i mm.. Wanaser was quite correct in' reading the riot aw,
' uVat one or two tmiJSS
Manager Alston has our .support and the players nave our
Apecti The wtH nap out of ii we, e,sure,.,


' Well' A'SIOn has ineu cyciy (iikm r
' arousehis iS ? OMaHey replied. -rnat bnied. tte ,um
chokSia : ud ir- its fua connoarlon is very doubtful. Dc-nt for forget
get forget St K the Brooklyn club which beat the Yankees last
and'jXied Alston's outburst. 'We navt not played good baU,
SSffiafcottted.-, When vrftris on the cmb se tig, we
have a heauhy situation. Brooklyn atffl tt tte lass ol me
National Vague, ana there U nq parUc m.tnis oince. ;
Asked if he felt that t'he'Dodgers would benefit from an
earlyrenlvatron, o-Mauey repUea,""!! we need reconstruction,
; it will be done in. proper. time. (v,;r;vF;"i;:;'';,'
U it turns out that we need replacements, there will be
material galore with which to pertorm the fee a sting. Out Out-"ewer.
"ewer. Out-"ewer. Don oemeter, wuh U homers, and first jawmu Jte
leutu" who ha. hit 3u, both with jJES2f
Clyae- Vma. leading the lnvernatiohal Uague wtth Montreal,
and aouthpaw knucsler Fred Kipp, and second aacker George
AnuerMn, also with the Royals, are other candidates for promo promo-tien;'
tien;' promo-tien;' But we are not considering bringing In replacements at
this time. -i .'- v. ...
"Dont overlook something you will find In the National
League schedule. After next Monday the Dodgers will have U
faomY games? 3 at Eboets Fiela ana iour to Jersey CUyv Witch
the ola troupers to the tension-loaded home stretch. -


"Suppose, last April, some baseball seer with .amazing
prescience had announced that on July 18, 1958, Johnny Podres,
Billy Loes and Karl fcpooner would1 not be pitching for the
Doaiters; and hoy campanella would b hitting .212, Glil Hodges
,2b5, Sandy Amoro. ill, PeeWee Reess J44 and Duke Snider
2 91,' O'Maliey continued. j y
!"W6uld not credence :ln "these prediction, have Justified a
picture of the Dodgers in sixta or seventh place?
"Suppose, in addition to tne factors listed, our crystal gazer
had tnvisioiud 'Don Zimmer's lace Injury, Ransom Jackson's
ripped hand, Don Newcombe'a enforced layoff lor two weeks,
and Don Bessent'. abdominal operation
"I .till have a lot of faith iff the potential power of our
elub. Up to noW, the contour, of Ebbets Field have been more
suited to the need, ot our opposition than to our own.

"For example, the seven other clubs In the league have hit
' 40 homer, in Flat-bush, and two In Jersey City. We have hit

only 41 at Ebbet. JTieid, Ana none in ,jersey.- -;, ; ; ;
,"Whv. Clncinhatl alone has" iiit 17 home runs' la only tlx

games here, and fias won five of them. It such discrepancies
-are destined iu continue, our job may be too rough, But I say
again, Brooklyn will win. How could it be otherwise?"
Hancy and Birdie Tebbetts, please answer;

i ......... ; ..


Tom Stuidivant v '

your every day drink with

By Harry crayson

frustrating seasons a third base baseman
man baseman in B leagues convinced Thom Thomas
as Thomas Virgil Sturdivant II that pitch pitching
ing pitching afforded him bis only chance
to cet anywhere in baseball.
.1 out is the same Tom Sturdi
vant. whom Casey Stengel says
contributed most to the present
Yankee runaway.
Sturdivant, baseball's newest
Ditchini star at 26. credits Hank
Wyse with teaching him more than
considerable atout getting guys
out. The good looking young sturdi
vant bumped into wyse, who won
22 games helping the Cubs to the
pennant in 1945, when He reported
to Beaumont of the Texas League
in early July of 1952 after being
discharged from the Air Force
Sturdivant got lot out of- the
New York club's: pre-training sea season
son season schools in Phoenir in 1950 and
at Lake Wales in '53. Coach Jim
Turner tutored him like a teacher'.
pet, showed him how to relax.
But it was a simple, suggestion
by Outfielder Hank, Bauer that.
quickly transformed, tne six-tooi,
181-oound Sturdivant from a right-
hand pitcher barely hanging on in
to one respected as mucn as any
handcuff king in the business. -.
"Hank warmed me up one af
ternoon.'' recalls Sturdivant, his
brown eyes brightening. "I guess
my fast ball wasn't doing much De De-cause
cause De-cause he asked me how I held it.
" 'Why not try holding it along
the seams' he asked, v- m
"I did and the ban broke down
and sailed away. I had it." j
Out of the Indians at Yankee Stadi Stadium
um Stadium boosted the Bombers to their
hiffffMt lead since '53. It was the
best Yankee pitching performance!,,
of the year. Sturdivant had lust
come off a two-week relief dletf
He is the same lad who shared
with the departed Gerry Staley the
dubious totmction of havmr been
eiciTicu iud uui m
be one by cut-down .tiate., ;i :
Jf t, "T 'i
Sturdivant'. secret, next to ha
ing a ton ot moxie, wfmoymg xne
call, sneaky fast. One of his knuck
aftertoon when Ga "cDongaW
with a cross-fire dehvery. r,
His rapid improvement Is due
to the fact that he is gettin
ng- a
SIS. -U1 Jl?":,
: f .u. ... Ul. .11 nJ 1.1.

TSmrffiTW thrown by CincinnaU', Hal
dudes his bestin tight .SVjW-ftld1
"ONE W STURDIVANT'S more infielder was carted off to the
important contributions to the Yan hospital again. ,
kee breeze is. that, together with ,
Johnny Kucka, this graduate of Don has tp lounge .round and
Oklahoma City's Capitol Hill High wear dark gUsses. He isn t allow allow-i
i allow-i io. h.t ih hA Td tn read. Doctors are trying to

ue inue io un ciuua, no hih,
out 11 in another two-hitter in Cleve
land. :', j
In 17 games, Sturdivant, who
was not used in any capacity until'
Mav is ha won eicht. saved four
more in relief, wmle loams two.
i .! 1 a i
He yielded 52 hits in 70 2-3 innings
for an earneo-run average oi zaa
lowest on a staff headed bv such
an illustrious server of headache
tablets as Whitey Ford.
- Before he step, on the rubber,
Sturdivant'. arms dangle at his
sides, loose and limp, almost reach
ing the ground. That is his way of
relaxing wane Beiuug uic iu auu
studying the batter.; ;v ;t
'"This makes Tom Sturdivant the
most individualistic pitcher In the
game. r : rt';--y
'- '' '." '. '
But he no longef Hat to. be point
ed out to the opDOSiuon.
Thev now know what they are
up against when the name is an
nounced. ,J 1
Restic was named, end coach at
Brown. He played four seasons
for Villanova, graduating in 1952.
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AROUND THE TURN -Kaster, Rodriquei up, is on ton as thev
division of the $20,000 added Ingfellow' Handicap for r-r

j:C'" 'i rrn, uceanporv N.J.- .Prmce Mow. Ppte Andfrson in the irnn. ihiM

S. "f; u!?5 .j1?.1. Oft.:yunlergria,.Miklioni astride and nmmitat this stage,' ran third.

NEW YORK -(NEA) On Feb February
ruary February night in 1950, Don .Zimmer
went to. sleep early at his Cincm
off hnmn
. r
0n burMU wag a plah tick.
for m0rning flight toTVero
m. n,h... i,. ma, in
ms first cracK at a Brooklyn
";gprma trauung camp. ,..
?r uumu ?-
f At four o'clock In the morning,
woke He ui fever
an(1 hig body acnedi doctor
- old Wm WM "neU"
Tht wa how Zimmer' started
h towrd t m
. ,lttin? out wmle
an injury heals.
It'a theleft eve this tithe. A fast
, ... . .
They tell me to rest," hi says.
"For two and a half years up
here, that's all I've done. I'm
getting discouraged. Not from the
injuries. It's' that sitting on the
bench that kills int.";
ThaP s how Zimmer looks at the
incredible string of accidents
which have marred what was con-
sidered to be one of the most
promising careers kid ever had
in front of mm ? k ;
-The last thine Zimmer talks a-
bout is the fast ball Jack Kirk of
Columbus skulled him with in Ju-
the faumov road he was forced to
aavel in the Puerto Rican Winter
eague this past season. In the
seventh game down, there, a pitch
slammed Into his right wrist. The
bone was broken. He eame back back-only
only back-only to wind up in a hospital -once
more. His appendix flattened him
this time.
"Injuries are Just' bad luck" he
ys. "But this business of being
0n the bench, that's different.
"Thev brought up Chico Fernan
dez. He and I are the same age
Bull Lea -From
$250 To 1 1 Million
tEXINGTON, Ky. (NEA) -Bull
hirh nnre advertised


lv, 195: Zimmer then with w heck he can't last
Paul, had his skull fractured. -Heiyj; ,nd
was Vconsciou, for 1 days. : ffiIVd have" their
' Zimmer hu to be reminded of mind. mada up by time l

wnicn once-was auveru.--""-. M v,nmm:9tm

at) a
1250 stud fee. has sired the,
winners of more than 11 million
dollars. This includes 22 horses
which won more than $100,000
eacn; a siaaet wmners; iwo iven-
tucky Derby winners; the Triple
Crown winner. Citation: live hors-
. . a rr
es of the year; and one or more
champions in each division.
t& ,u

first crop of two-year-olds went tot Reese, however, was injured
the races that Bull Lea was a-'and left a game against the Car Car-vailable
vailable Car-vailable to breeders at a fee of dinals in the first mning, Zimmer
$250 The famous Calumet Farm 'replaced him and got three hits,
stallion later commanded- $5,000 one driving lfl the winning run.
and was finally taken off the mar- He played the following day-and
ket, although breeders would have then faced Jeffcoat. ---
ibeen glad to pay $10,000. "I don't mind the injuries,'; Don

H ? -it ....... nnn

Oro in High BaJI, Ginger



I l
Chico Fernandet
FRESH SLANT With Don m m-mer
mer m-mer cut, the Dodgers called In
Chico Fernandet, above, from
Montreal and played the Cuban
youngster at shortstop. Pee Wee
Reese shifting to third base, r
had next soring.
want, him,, then I'm -.going to, go
some place else and play.. i
a ... J.. talka nf these thines
while sweating out an eye which;
conceivably could hamper him,
the rest of hi. career ha. to have)
.11 the courage required for ma-,
jor league baseoaii or auy.yuiw,
game. J
"Most' right and hitters stick
their left leg into the bucket when
a right-hander pitches to them,
young Zimmer stresses. 'Not me.
l step ngm uhu ii. iw5
asks me how I mis. getting; hit
on the fists. ;
Take a look at me when I hit
and I think 'you get the answer that haanino In Co 111 m-
bus took nylng out ol m.
; Before Zimmer was beaned in
M, ne iiu v". '.I.v- s i-iii:
l Al. Bh.a1MM b suu'ia lull.. 1 lie
following year, he hit 17.. for St.
- .Mvi vua
;He'me to-Brooklyn ha Otd
Reese', ultimate successor ui Ue,
middle of the season, but was us-1
ed sparingly.. It was toe same sto
ry last year. It started off in ai
liirM Mnnr Thic -aeaaon.. r
Ale or Soda.

-1.'. TJp.RB Is still I

nBPI Tiff K L HU1111BS. M T


hmirf fur hnmn
2 IZ up o,
in the llrst
p on grans at a
Zimmer snaps. "I can't read
paper. My wife reads to me.
what? I'll come around."
'The thine that lets me Is not
being m the lineup."
24 Years In National League
Written for NBA Service
nnwcTTAM. a it.. J.:..-
chets off the pitcher's raised fooC

- 111! 1' U

- iV

and I. caught on the fly by the'
shnrtrtnn I fhl mlsi ,h ny-'Daoarrs

er; -'!:
Answer! Yea. Thla aetualtw
happened wiih the bases full at
Griffith Stadium in Washington
several years aee and was turn
ed Into a trlola slaw..
Q. With men on first and ied.
ond bate.,- the batter bunts a ball
rather, high in the air. Does the
infield fly rule apply? Wayne
A. No. A bunted ball Is not re regarded
garded regarded at an Infield fly.
Q. A batted ball hits the foul
pole on the fly and glances off in
to tne stands. Another bounces a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the foul pole and. coes into
the stands. What does the batter
get on each? Floyd Stark. ,'
A. A home run on the fly and
two bates en the bounce.
Q. What's the toughest play for
an -umpire to can? Jack Over
i A. The batter's half swing I.
difficult to udge, but the umpire
can see it. The first baseman
making a tag on a runner going
to first base sometimes it a real
teugh decision.





BACARDI OLD FASHIONED: In an old fashioned glass pfoct a
lump ot sugar and dissoha it in a spoonful of voter. Add two
dashes of Angostura bitters. Place a cube of ice in glass and pout
a jigger of BACARDI GOLD LABEL over ice end stir. Then add 0
small slice of orange, a pineapple stick and a Maraschino cherry.

k: v.-
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' Taeday'. Game
7:M WUdcatajr Hawkeyes
8:00 p.nv Badg;er-f wolverine:
.... ... ....
In the opener; of last night'.
came the Badger, defeated the
Wildcats 40-35 in an excitlni
The Wildcats, with only five
player., demonstrated some fine
plays. Along with their playing
ability, it should well be .aid
that these boys poasasa the but
spirit t and s fight while on the
COlU"t. ,;, ,jf,-i ... i
Last niehfa Rime could have
been theirs, but hampered by
the absence of the bltr men. they
were unable to do much in the
rebound department 80, It it
the opinion ot this writer, that
even In a, losing cause, these
young rhen performed arid han handled
dled handled themselves In such an ex.
cellent manner that It should at
least warrant them a moral vie
' Th Undo-pra nlavM the same
type of game as they have, and
alio showed tome line .pint, u
Sutherland led In .cor .coring,
ing, .coring, with 27 pointed more than
half of' the total point .cored
bv them. R. Barbara led his
mates once again, with 17
points. No' One individual stood
out for the "Cats" a. they all
played as a team, and together
In the aecond tame, the
Hawkeyes trouttced the Wolver
ine, by the score -of '58-33. "The
H.wkeve. overpowered tha los
ers with consistent scoring and
by applying many successful- fast
breaks, h. Kirxiana, o. wmkios.
kv and L. Reyes, led the Hawk
eyes with 14, 13 and 12 points
respectively. P. Delgado and R
Mead' scored 11 point, each for,
tne losing wolverines.
The box score:
W ; Ttrr G?mt
V.12 3 0 27
Morns, j,
.. 2 0 2
Nahm.d. A. .. .. ..1 14
Cunningham, T. ..2 0 1
DesLondes, D, ...... 0 0 0
Cosca, Q. .. .. ....10 0
' Totals
4 7 40
Barbara, R. ,, .. ..8 1 2 17
Cunningham, E, v. 1 2 0 4
Barbier. a .. 3 2 0 8
Sleele. L. .. 2 0 3
Bolan, W. -.'i'.'.j ,. V. 1 0 1 2
" Totalis :, f''lS 6 0 35
Wolverine. "'. fg f t pf t
Morris: K. ti l 1 0 2 J
French, a .-J.i-5 1,18
Mead, R, . ,"vi 1 3 11
DelgsdoP. .v1 1 I 11
Hamilton,'. B. 0 21 J
Chalmers, J. ; . 1 0 1 2
Lagassle, A. ...... 0 0 0 C
I Total.

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Wlnklosky," D.
Klrkland, L.
Reyes, L. .
Corrlgan p.
'aron. B. ..
WOmble.T... k. ..
Hele, B. r i,
S -A 13
2 k0 14
271 12
0 8 8
25 4,53
Leading Scorer. gp tp
R. Barbara, Wildcats 163
O. Sutherland, Badgers 155
P. Delgado, Wolverine, a 123
D. Wlnklosky, Hawkeye. 8 108
L. Klrkland, Hawkeye. 7 102
Along The Fairways
The monthly P.W.d A. tourna
ment will be held at Ft. Davig
oou ciuh on aaturdav. Julv
The first group, will take eft at
is a.m. on the front and back
teea. The line-up 1. as follow.:
Off the front' tee: '8:15-C!eo-
A3 UK AJal. JV.. AjIIIUI 1111 L rvrllillll.
8:201. Mathieson, B. Hughe.
B. Diller. j
8:25-H. Bertef. M. Oanetl X.
S.-30-D. La Croix, r. car! l.
James, ; v..
. . .i .
8:30 P. Twomey. ft. Cherry
J. Slmpsoiu -, ,
8:40-M. Spagna, V. Pavliek
L. Park,
Off the back tea: 8:15 I. Rob
inson, C. Bishop, A. French..
:20-H. Bhuii, L. Jones. -M.
Taylor. v . x
8:25-J. Morr'it. H- 'aarl'M.
Bucolo. -.
8:S0-C. Howard. X-Daniel. H.
8:35-r-M. 8well. M. HastlBts
P. Wartng.
8:401. Stlrewalt, R. Krugtr.
Following the. clay there will
!be a luncheon and presentation
3, of prize., also the prise, for -the
41 isthmian Handicap Tournament
0 will be presented.
Barrlrur bad weather an should
have a very good time.' Any of -you
golfer, who have not slated
with your representative, come,
on out and. you will definitely
have someone to golf with. ;
Today -1 neanto J5 J3
. -'
Libertad tamarqut, In
Soohla Loren, In
Twfoy MAL JO i .10
Chapter., f 8
"Street, of Sail Franeiaee"
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ThePananiii Canal Librar)
Ikj Confident
He Can Serve
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DAILY ilEWSI&b23 1956-
4tYear Term


"let the people


Death March Sarge

Driller Faced;

: Harris island, s.c. July a(
' )up) Marine Sgt. Matthew C
sergeant testi
i -riori tndav that McKeon, on trial
".for the drowning of six recruits
under his command, was an out outstanding
standing outstanding drill instructor" who was
working wun iucuiu" v"
.1 tha timo of the tragedy.
The witness in the fifth day of
McKeon's general t court martial
trial was S-Sgt. Jtawara a. mm,
senior driU instructor of recruit
Platoon 71 at this Marine recruit
I training depot. ? v
" McKeon last April 8 marched the
:ni.innn intn the tidal waters oi
Ribbon Creek to "teach them dis discipline."
cipline." discipline." Six recruits drowned.
- Mcrteen, 31, who was junior
' drill instructor of Platoon 71, is
chargtd with manslaughter,
cruelty, and drinking in violation
v of regulations.
"Were you satisfied with this
platoon"1 defense attorney Emile
"Zole Berman asked. v
!i "No, sir," Huff replied.
The witness is ve teranof
Itwelve and one-balf years in the
"Marine Corps and has taken five
I platoons through recruit training
"Set McKeon to me Is an out-!
atandine driU instructor," Hut t;

rpnliPd in answer to a question by.uiscipune-oi marcning men

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its said that Platoon 71 "did not,
four platoons W that I worked
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"Was its response to eoramand
its morale good or bad" Berman
asked. ,- ( -s-
"Just mediocre, sir.1 '. ;
'. Tht defonso has made point
of tht fact that on of tho needs'
for disciplining of 1 the ; platoon j
was that McKa'on folt somo of
tho trainotr Jtad habit of re returning
turning returning at molt for tacond holp holp-inga
inga holp-inga of dostrt.'f, j y
"The drill instructor! realized
that when men are fat; nd jf
they go back for seconds, they can cannot
not cannot get in the proper position to
fire a rifle; sir.' I think I said (to
the platoon) that they feould not
go back for seconds while 'they
were flriag, sir. j., ?
The platoon was on the r 1 1 1 e
ranges- at the time of the tragic
march last April 8.
"Is it your view that every meth method
od method of training is included in the
lesson plan".
"No, sir" the witnes replied.
''Had you 'aoquirfdA Perman
asked, "any knowledge as to
whether or not there wis- a prac practice
tice practice anions drill instructors in
dealing with a laggard platoon as
a means or Doosunp moraie ana
the boondocks"
The prosecution objected to this
question. Law-officer : Irving
Klein sustained the objection.
But before- he sustained it, Sgt.
Huff had started an answer:
"I think it -was common.,."
Berman "asked Huff: I
J m m i.rPtica m i
Do you know
cini'm. and baoatino moralo (bvl
marching men at night c n t o
boondocks, march, or- water ar
butting Parrlt Island"
Tha ntvicitiiinr Itfnrlnil TiX a t
Charles B. Sevier, objected. Klein,
excused the witness and the seven-
officer court and the arguments
Judge's Bench
For trespassing in the Tivoll
Commissary, Loris M. McNabb, 23
Panamanian, was fine $10 in Bal
boa Magistrate s Court today.
Diomsio Ortega, 18, Panamanian,
was fined, $10 for the same offense.
1:00, 2:58, 4:57, 7:00, 8:59 p.m.

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Called Outstanding


Betty McKeon works as a vol volunteer
unteer volunteer telephone operator at
Parris Island, 8.C., a5 scores
of calls come in from former
Marines rallying to the sup support
port support of her husband, 'S-Sgt
Matthew McKeon. The calls
came in response to a letter
sent out by Emile Zola Ber Berman.
man. Berman. chief counsel, ':
tA decision either wav bv the law
officer on the admissibility of such
I evidence would have a telline im-
iP?cA fl. trial. Berman has said
McKeon himself is an unimportant
ugure ana mat the training prac practices
tices practices are the major issue at bar.)
Berman hopes to win acauitta
for McKeon, a 31-year-old Worces-
Mass., naUye, by showing that
tragedy of Ribbon Cjeek"
was only an unfortunate accident
that happened while McKeon was
following accepted practice. The


US Denies Charges AF Bombers
Strayed Oyer Soviet Territory

WASHINGTON 'July 20 (UP) -The,
United States yesterday re
iected Soviet charges that U. S.
Air f orce kombers violated Rus Russian
sian Russian 'air space "early this month1
and accused Moscow of. hurting in-
'.ernational relations.
the Stata Department in a
note delivered te the Soviet em
baity here, alt branded as "un "unwarranted"
warranted" "unwarranted" Soviet insinuations
that Gen. Nathan F. Twinini
may have arranged the alleged
The note said the remarks werel
"obviously out place" and hurt
international relations. The R u s-
sians had suggested that Twininr.
Air Force chief of staff, arranged
the flights during, a recent trip
to MOSCOW. -, f
Soviet Ambassador Georgf t' T
Zaroubin delivered a Soviet y pro protest
test protest July 10 charging that : Air
Force twin-engine medium bomb
ers Based in West Germany Hew
as deep as zoo miles into soviet
tnrritory on July 4. 5 and 9. The
Soviets said one plane stayed o
ver Kussian- territory n minutes.
Inf'l Bankers Meel
Ends Toni-hl Af
Rulgers Ur.iversily.
20 (UP) The International Bank Bankers'
ers' Bankers' Conference ends tonight with
a dinner at the Rutgers University
The president of-the Institute of
Bankers in England will preside
ai a iareweu tunner aunng which
fla A of the 37 nations which sent
206 representatives to the confer J
ence win oe presented to Rutgers,
in appreciation for the University's
hospitality, t'" r,
In the last field trip of the con conference
ference conference which began July 9, the
oantcers travelea to Mew York Ci City
ty City yesterday for a- first-hand look
at American banking practices.
Officials of the Ninth Internation International
al International Banking School and Rutgers,
meanwhile, denying reports of a
tiff between the Soviet delegation
and a Nationalist Chinese banker.
The officials denied that a Rus Russian
sian Russian cocktail party, to which Ed Edward
ward Edward P. Leigh of the Bank of Chi China
na China was not invited, and su-i
quent cancellation of a Russian
i dinner Wednesday night were con
Fleeted or had political meanings.'



solemn sergeant is charged with1
manslaughter, oppressing troops,
ana iwo counts oi violating regu regulations
lations regulations by drinking on, the day of
the tragedy.
McKeon broke his stolid pose
yesterday when asked by nis attor
nev the term for a barracks clean
up. McKeon laugnea ana repnea,
"it s a neia ttay, air."
In 'Brass Tctks-
Steel industry and Steelworkers
representatives were locked in
"brass tacks" negotiations today
to end the walkout which
has paralyzed the nation's steel
proaucuon. ,
The industry was "reported yes
terday to. have scaled down it
pre-strike five year offer to I
three-year package. tlSW Presi
dent David J. McDonald rejected
the offer as a "pittance."
McDonald spelled out his rejec
tion in a loud-spoken session with
U.S., Mediation Director Joseph F.
Finnegan. His denunciation of the
company offer was a u d 1 b 1 e to
newsmen. ,.-
Finnegan said "as long as they
are meeting there is hope."
. The meeting between McDonald
and Finnegan followed a bargain bargaining
ing bargaining session betweea ; union man
and John A. Stephens, U.S. Steel
Corp. Vict President and brepr
sentatives of Bethlehem and Re-I
public Steel Corporations.
"fhejr say They are, making a
concession when they o f f r a
three-year contract instead of a
five-year contract." Arthur Gold
ber. USW counsel,, was reported
to hive told the mediators. :
"In the 19-year history of this
union, it has never signed a con-!
tract longer than two years, and
that with reopening clause. They
Icatl that a concession?" he said.
Pohnd subsequently lodged a stm.
Uar protest.
The u. s. note said the Air
Force had made "a thorough in.
quiry" about all U. S." militsry
pianes oasea in or adjacent to the
European theater at the time of
the alleged flights. -
It said' the findings t h e w t d
that ne American plane petslbly
could have strayed se far fram
their known flight plans as Rus Russia
sia Russia had charged.
''.Therefore, the ststement of
the government of the Soviet U-
mon is in error," the United States
said. -.- ,-. -
While the note referred ontv to
planes based in Europe or adja
cent areas. U.S. officials said it
was intended to be a blanket de denial
nial denial that any U. S. planes ilew
over Soviet territory, n
American omciais voiced belief
the Soviets made up the charge
as part of their campaign to
make it appear that the United
States instigated the recent work worker
er worker Tlots in Pornsri, Poland. The
Soviet note claimed the American
planes flew over' East Germany
and' Poland on their way to Bus
The Soviet prbtest said It was
"noteworthy" that the flights oc-!
curreo wmi Twining was in
Germany.: :,: i. .,
The State Department saM the
Soviet statement indicated there
was a plot afoot "te hinder the
improvement of international re relations."
lations." relations."
. "ThSA Mmkrlrtv alwiii-l Tuitninri
which are as obviously out of
place as they are unwarranted, in-
aera ot themselves have the ef-
feet of hindering the improvement!
of international relations," the
note said,
Dutch Lady Giant
Just Too Much For
Melancholy Danes
; COPENHAGEN, July 20 (UP) J
Missing: One seven-loot, 314-pound
Dutch girL --
. Lady Giant. Katja Van Dijk dis disappeared
appeared disappeared from an amusement park
midway near here today after she
failed to draw the summer holi holiday
day holiday crowds she had expected. Her
manager was missing too.
Apparently the prospect of see
ing mat mucn woman all at once
was too muph for th mftlanrhniv


President Eisenhower is Convinc
ed he is physically able to wage
a vigorous political campaign and
serve out another lour years it re
elected, his associates said yester
Persons who have talked to Mr
Eisenhower since he returned to
the White House from Gettysburg,
Pa. last Sunday were queried by
the United Press as to his oWh
views about his health.
The .consensus "was. that thei
President feels confident that his
physical stamina -will withstand
tne usks ne nas lam out tor mm
Acfinsf White House news lecW
tary Murray Snyder was asked
yesterday for a new formal med
ical report on the President, tie
saia ne would cnecK to see wnetn
er this was possible. ..
"Are you prepared to say that

the President" period of conva4 fTi-.wTn "-n-".jw" "o Because oi cancerMJi uje retina, ana specialist
S Mr. SglSt.ttw left oe had to be removed because of a similar growth.

lescence is over," he was asked.
"I am -not Snyder replied.
It is possible, however,; to give
11.!- i .-a. J -1 ir. -CI
una up-w-uaic rcpuii w. mt. Iji
senhower's condition':'
He weiehs 163V4 pounds.1 Prior
to his heart attack., last Sept. 24
he weighed 178. About the time he
underwent surgery on June 9 for
ileitis, he weighed Just under 190
pounds. j
Following his' heart attack1 he
v A) placed on a reduced diet of
109 -calories a- day. Sirice hi s
more recent illness, his caloric in intake
take intake has been boosted to 2,500 ca calories
lories calories a day, but this has not pro produced
duced produced much increase in weight.
Shortly after his operation. Mr. Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's weight went down to
Mtt pounds.
Guild Signs Season
NEW. YORK. July 20 (UP)
The American Guild of Musical
Artists and the Metropolitan Ope
ra Association have accepted i
compromise proposal healing a
breech that caused tne net to can
eel its 1956-57 season.
The Guild signed a contract for
the season following the solution
of its dispute with the Met and
the Association was expected to
sign next Monday Morning. The
reason for the delay in signing by
officials of the Met was the need
for time to determine w h e t h e r
tVv lost any key artists after can
M'.ll.ttjtM "? n h .una a n
nounced Tuesday.
The Met cancelled after its re
presentatives were unable to a
gree over the status of a stage
manager who was an AGMA mem
ber and also worked for manage
ment, in the compromise solution,
the AGMA agreed to postpone any
action on disciplining the manager:
until the end of the 1956-57 season
Sjsse Mi Boys
Dcing Fins After
vSAN DIEGO, Calif., July 20 (UP)
Siamese twins Gary and Larry
Hutchens were separated by surge surgery
ry surgery yesterday and reported in "fine"
condition at Grossmont Hospital. .'
A spokesman for the two teams
of doctors who performed the op
eration said it took 94 minutes. The
teams were headed by Dr. Thomas
A small nerve connection was
t j : i v. i
luunu in me 4 uim unw mai
connected, the babies at the lower
. A slight connection, was found in
the spinal channel and one tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon of fluid was lost, the spokes spokesman,
man, spokesman, said. He said this would not
normally be considered serious in
the case of small children.
"Their general condition is fine,"
he said.' : .,.'
The babies were born July
Mr and Mrs.- Floyd Hutchens
nearby El Caion. Before the opera
tibn Dr. O'Connell said they were
expected to be able to leave the
nospitai within two weeks
. LJ
Marilyn UdhroeV
Bowling Prowess
Remains Mystery
LONDON, July 20 (UP) -The
whole -world knowa that swivel swivel-hipped
hipped swivel-hipped Marilyn M e n r e e can
P1? rve in a manner in
which curves have never
pitched before, but Braitan may
never learn if she can bowl a
beodly. i
The bosomy screen' star was
invited to her first cricket match
here next Sunday te take part in
a charity program sponsored by
the Spastica Society. Her studio
turned down the invitation for
her. --.-'--,;- k
, "Miss Monroe has now started
work en her film, 'The Sleeping
Prince,' with Sir Laurence (Oli (Oli-'vier)
'vier) (Oli-'vier) and is toe busy te attend,
though she would like to," a
film spokesman explained.
British cricket fans who looked
forward to seeing Marilyn bowl
itch, that isthe first ball
will never knew if it would have
been a goodly known in non non-cricket
cricket non-cricket circles as an eld-fashioned
curve . r

- N ...
BEFORE DARKNESS CLOSED 'IN Fouryeaisold Mike 'Sibola
panda in Orlando, Fla., before being taken to the hospital fo

Ik&iPrahes; Progress; On. Atoms-Fbr Peace

President Eisenhower said yester
day the -progress made on his at-f
Am etna TYfi n nlnn kin tkai
oms-for-peace plan may brine the
world "significantly closer" to thei
soai oi iionesi, aisarmameni.:'-
Meanwhile; he said, the western
nations should work with "'patient
resolve" toward a foolproof dis
armament agreement with Russia.
"looking for the day when the So
viets iwili change iheir view on
Wis topic. (
"The President outlined his views
on the disarmament question in
his annual report to Congress on
U. S; participation in the United
He listed -a vanetv of nsnni
wpy wis agency merits America's!

Illinois Auditor's Scandal Linked
With Gaming. Underworld Figures

(UP) A U. S. Senate committee;
wihhiucu luvcaugsiuuu luutty lnioi
a iiau-inuuuii uuuar cnecK acanqai
in the Illinois state auditor's, of office.
fice. office. 1
Sen. Paul H. Douglas (D IU.)
asKea tor tne senate Uankinc com
mittee's preliminary investigation1
nu sam ii inouia concentrate on
the role of the Federal Deposit In Insurance
surance Insurance Corp. in the mounting U U-linois
linois U-linois scandal.
Meanwhile, S t a t e's Attorney
George. Coutrakon revealed infor information
mation information concerning alleged tie-ups
between ousted State Auditor Or Or-ville:
ville: Or-ville: E Hedge' and southern Illi Illinois
nois Illinois gansters and gamblers has
been relayed to htm.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, in
a copyrighted story, said federal
agents had uncovered business
dealing between Hodge and t h e
gangsters and gamblers.
Underworld figures had an In.
forest with HOdge in a $00,000
Florida apartment hotel and had

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UN For Easing: Of. i tension

"wholehearted support:
Although Russia hat rejected
his "open ski",' proposal, for
KU.S.I .! t J ""itui.
aerial inspection, tie said,"""We
shall continue 'eur search until
we. have found the answer to
this awesome problem" ef disar disarmament.
mament. disarmament. Noting that both ; nations "pos
sess an enormous potential for
either the welfare or the destruc
tion of mankind." the President
said the, responsibility "lies parti
cularly upon us and the Soviet U U-nion
nion U-nion to produce a workable plan
tor safeguarded disarmament."
He said his main purpose in pro
posing the aerial inspection plan
at th nnv hia fnup mfrn.
last year was to dispell the "para-
advanced UAmm MS IMA "i-
unsuccessful attempt te win the
Ktpuoncan nomination' for oov
erner this year, the Post Dis Dispatch
patch Dispatch said, i
Coutrakon, Jin charge ot the
grand jury 'investigation into
ui..i; -jc:1- j l l .....
Hodge's office, said he had "heard
about" the itinformation and, to
that extent; it was in his hands.
But he icalled it a "aide issn"
to his basic investigation of 42
state checks wth $532,314 which
he says were issued by Hodge's
office and vere cashed under
--questionable circumstances."
Estimates of the amount of mon money
ey money the state may have lost range
upwaras irom ssuu.uuu to one mil-1
a . - V.
lion d0,lari. He, down state
real estate man who lived like aJ
ttu.0ndai.e,'.h" rfiri
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gets ast look at hia toy"
the removal of his only eye. :

lyzing distrust"- between the So Soviet
viet Soviet Unioa and other nations.
No nation, he said, "can. 1 i v t
in the true spirit of peace or de-
vote its energies to the pursuit of
happiness until' the trend toward
increasingly destructive : 5 arms-
ments is reversed."
' '.'
One road in this direction will :
be opened by the creation ef an
international atomic energy a a-gency
gency a-gency rhieh he proposed in 1953,
Mr. Eisenhower said.
Although Russia's i n i,t i s 1 re-
sponse to the proposal was "nega "negative
tive "negative and disappointing," he added,
it is now being carried out under
U. sponsorship.

"When this agency comes into
being the confidence, the coopera cooperation,
tion, cooperation, and the trust which it will
engender among nations can bring
us significantly closer to trie day
when honest disarmament can be
realized,'' he said. -f fc
t" "This progress in converting tha
atom to peaceful use illustrates'
the ability of the United Nations ; :
to get results in the face of what
might seem unsurmountable ob
stacles," he said. -
Mr. Eisenhower v also- rcedited I r

the Ui N.; with succeeding ,"f o r
another year in mamtainmsj the
unpBsv ermutir0" in tha MiflHl
Calvifio b Roquer r
Balboa. Storehouse
Bids for alterations on the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Storehouse's Dry Room were
heights wi h C.ino"a RoqSe'r
Comnafila I trl ntprin w
,To?$!4ooto ,ow
The work consists essentially of
instating a suspended ceiling, low.
erin ten xistin "Kts and re.
mnv m, h. ..j
ing the existing windows.
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