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PANAMA, R. P., TUESDXY, JULY I, 1957
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- DEATH AND DESTRUCTION Splintered wood tva all that remained of many homes. that
Jintbe, waterfront oX Cameron, 1. after the fishing village wa hit by Hurricane Audrey.
Louisiana Finds More Bodies;
706 Buried In Common Graves
Peacemaker Cut; Young
Repeater Gets ;30; Days
LAKE CHARLES, La.f July 2, ident Eisenhower.
(UP)-r-The hurricane f Audrey
fleam toll soared to nearly 300
,, today and pfficials planned to
si bury 40 more unidentified disas disaster
ter disaster victims in common grave 1
. Calcasieu parish jgheriff -Henry
Reld said late JAst night 285
bodies have been recovered from
trip fnunwesteni Loni-'"'Tia area
around Camuron'ftoutii of Lake
Charles on the Gulf of Mexico.
More than 49 unidentified bod-
lea, mostly Negroes, were to be
, burled in a common grave today.
Sixtyslx other unidentified vie-
tlms o the hurricane and tidal
. wave were burled 1 two commoir
v graves yesterday '-
' Other bodiea, Identified nand
claimed by friends-or relatives,
were being buried la private cer-
" emonles.,. z ,
v The search for bodies still con-
' tinued. Sheriff Reid said he ex-
. pects the toll to run to 350; Oth-
er death estimates ran as high
. mentioned in his report to pres
the President's personal repre
sentative in the disaster area.
Sheriff's deputies; civil de defense
fense defense officers, state police and
national guardsmen patrolled the
stricken area throughout the
night to prevent looting. -,
As some searchers scoured the
area for jnor bnrtlp other had
Uie un joj of buiiii' or burn burning
ing burning thousands' of. toloatlm? and
rotting y cattle (frowned bjr the
Z4-ioot tiaju. wave,, r
fV f J ,' i I ;
H' A tent city may" rise on the
nurricsne ravaged Louisiana
Coast for thousands of refu refugees
gees refugees who are Impatient to get
back to their marshes and ba bayous,
yous, bayous, federal officials said to today,
day, today, f V.
CIov r.InWni Ih
MIAMI, July (UPKThe Weath.
er Bureau warned today that con conditions'
ditions' conditions' -are ripe for the develop-
mcm rw' iioiiier irupicai itorm in
the Gulf of Mexico thit month but
thaf it probably wiU not hit 1 the
In its second 30-day prediction
this season, the bureau said:
"One tropical storm is likely
to form in the Gulf of Mexico.
probably in the southern portion
ana De deflected more westward
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It'Is lust a ouestlou of a hort" ?"!
Cols Year Senlence
For Theft Of Radio
i c- ; : '- (long the coast,. crews. labored to
raix ..u n. 'kuie - opt. nut. T.n Mmoininir nniia 1.
dio(ia Ancon rmarked the first ", ,
Charles are going to start mov
ing: back on their own," Ma
John Boh, assistant state civil
deiense director, said,
i-They don't want any pay or
handouts. And they don't want
outside labor, if possible. They
realize they need some, but they
ask that It work with the local
people, not on. its own hook."
At Cameron;. Grand ,Chenler,'
Johnson Bayon, Creole and other
shattered towns and villages a-
anniversary of his release from
the Gamboa penitentiary by re
turning to the U.S.' District Court
On July; 2, 1956,' Benigno' -Vas-
quei was released from the pen
where he had been serving a one one-year
year one-year term for burglary.
.Today,- back in lamiliar. territo territory
ry territory the short, dark -haired defend
ant pleaded guilty to steal ing a ra radio
dio radio from the 1958. Chevrolet sta station
tion station Wagon belonging to Mrs, Mar-
garet Rennie, a Canal pilot s wue.
on may is.
Welcome W. Wilson, South
western clvH 4ef ens- director,
talked with local officials about
setting up a tent or prefabricat prefabricated
ed prefabricated home city. Wilson said they
were. Inclined toward a city of !,
500 or :,000 tenta. ; ,t -'
" j Federal agencies -would v take
care' of specif ic phases of build
ing the city and getting the sur survivors
vivors survivors resettled. The Department
of .Health,. Education and Wel Welfare
fare Welfare would tackle health pro-
The 29-year-ofd defendant who Th. TTmi.Ino anil Xtnitta
stutters, pleaded poverty. He told!nai,ce AdmlrustraUon would" et
the northern culf.
This would indicate that if the
storm develops, it 'would probably
hit somewhere along the eastern
coast of Mexico.
"The 30-day outlook for this Ju July,"
ly," July," the report pointed out, "in "indicates
dicates "indicates that meteorological condi
tions are not favorable for hurri hurricanes,
canes, hurricanes, to. strike the coastal areas
of the nation."
Leonard Pardue, forecaster' for
Hurricane Central at the Miami
Weather Bureau, emphasized that
"this is an experimental outlook,
showing only probability and not
To f'jenfal TeslsH
- the Judge he supports a paralysed
, brother with whom, he Uvea in va.
f nama City, in addition to two chit
- dren -who Jive, in .the Jnteiror. He
said Je needed, money for food
. after having lost. his job .working
-' for a Panama contractor. I
' The government, recommended
an 18-month sentence. It was point point-',
', point-', d out that Vasquex has a long
record of .convictions in Panama
' City also, in addition to his Canal
Zone convictions. Today he was
. charged with petit larceny after a
prior penitentiary conviction. ' v
Judge Crowe, in 'sentencing the
' defendant to spend tne year aV
uara iaoor at uamooa remarked
the tents, lumber, furniture and
kitchen' utensils. The Red Cross
would supervise mass feeding
and- clothing of .the refugees
wnen we tenvs go up.
'. ., The U.S. Coast Guard was
' aearchinf off Cameron for the
68-foot fishing vessel "J.C"
: the crew of which had radioed
that it was getting low on food
bat 'couldn't abandon ship and
, .strike oBt across the marshes
because the water was boiling
iwith. snakes. ? ,j :K ;
Carlos Maga&on, charged 'with
making off with almost. $20,000
worth of stocks and bonds from a
Balboa resident, is now being sub
jected to l a-mental examination.
."He may he dangerous to him'
self and others," said Assistant
District Attorney Morton Thomson
today in U. S. .District Court af-
ter asking for a continuance in the
case pending outcome of the exa
mination, 1 ;- v
A man who acted in the role of
peacemaker in trying to separate
an angry youth brandishing
knife in Paraiso yesterday after
noon, came away with 15 stitches
in his hand as a result of his ef
The injured man. Torrence Lord
filed a complaint Charging Eric
Samuels, a surly 18-year-old youth
Today in Balboa Magistrate's
l-ourt, after a procesison of wit
nesses paraded before the Judee.
aamueis was xound guilty, fined
s!3 and f sentenced to spend the
next 30 days in jail.
aamueis, who has had several
previous convictions, denied beine
in- Paraiso yesterday around 10
m. when the Incident occurred.
He also denied, that a knife which
was produced as evidence in court
was his. The shirt he was wear
ing was aiso introduced. It was
torn and had blood stains on it.
- In sentencing the youth, Judge
donn m. ueming stated r
"In all these cases there is al
ways some doubt: but not in vours
Responsible people who knew you
saw you there at the time, and
your shirt had blood on it."
Samuels apparently began fight
ing, wiin a man aescnoed only as
Va Latin." The youth was seen
pulling out his knife and stabbing
mis person. n u
; Lord stopped In only to separ separate
ate separate tho rwo, and was cut in tho'
arm a result. Tho othar man
9ot away and has novor yet come
forward, polico Stated.
After several witnesses identified
the youth, a short reces wss csll
tcl 111 order tiist a La 1 i m
ice Center cashier could be called
into court, feamuels claimed that
she could testify to seeing him. at
""How could t haVe been in Pa-
h-slso when I was there?' be ask
ed the Judge. ... s tt
A fHAtlO T I.j1m tM M Mil
lately dressed girl in a white 'uni-i
iorm. took the stand alter the re
cess. She testified that she knows
Samuels by sieht. and that she
did see him come into, the serv
ice center to eat lunch yesterday.
when pressed to give a time.
she replied: ",
"I really couldn't say for sure.
If I did I would bo lying."
An arresting policeman stated
that when he went to La Boca
yesterday afternoon to take the
youth into custody, the boy 'was
shaving some bamboo sticks with
a umie, later uiirouuceo as we
knife which wounded Lord, t,
When the policeman tried to ar
rest Samuels, he said, the youth
swung around with the knife cut
ting the policeman's watchband.
When Judge Demmg asked
whether Samuels' shirt could pos possibly
sibly possibly have been torn in the scuf scuffle,
fle, scuffle, the policeman .replied:
"I did not lay my hands on Ms
shirt, ust on hfs arm."
One of Samuel's: previous con convictions,
victions, convictions, in September. 1954. in
volved assault throwing a water
Soda fountain. He ; had a petit
larceny conviction in 1955. In 1958
he was picked up and sentenced
twice for, trespassing in the com
Judge Demlng thanked the bov's
parents for coming, into court to
day and told them that if they
wished they could appeal the con
viction within the next five days.
CZ Postal Employe
Af Time Of Felony
The case of an American postal
employe, Mark L. White, charged
with having a shortsaa of S169 in
his funds was set for arraignment
on July 19 during today's session
in the U.S. District Court at An
1 The greying defendant, who
wore a dark blue jacket and grey
trousers, had just; returned from
having undergone mental examina
tion at the Veterans' Administra
tion Hospital in Augusta, Ga.
White, 57, was charged with the
felony on Oct. 15, 1959, and was
sent to Georgia tn order that psy psy-chaHrists
chaHrists psy-chaHrists there could i determine
nis mental, state.
HAVANA,' July' 2 (UP) Sup Supporters
porters Supporters of President Fulgencio
Batista today hailed "victories"
over the revolutionary opposition
In both the political and military
A successful "Invasion" of the
rebel stronghold of Santiago de
Cubs tor & mass government ral
ly was regarded as an impress
lve psychological triumph while
the capture of a major rebel ar arsenal
senal arsenal at Palma Soriano, was con considered
sidered considered to have dealt a serious
blow to rebel forces in the field.
Attendance at Sunday's "Peace
Rally" In Santiago's Cespedes
park was far below the 100,000
mark its organizers had aimed
at. However, government sources
cuuuicii we incb mey were aoie
to muster an isMmated30.000 to
hear a dozen? chosen speakers
eulogize the regime without any
major bloodshed was a substan
tial moral victory..
'Army troops killed one man
and. captured IS other in a,
skirmish during a surprise .raid
on a country farm at Palmiro,
.near Palma Soriano where they
seised a. revolutionary supply
depot ,t k. (i 1. ,
A subsequent report made by lM 1001 ciuaed ft rieid
Coroial Hosnital official ha ed macmne gun, tnree sub-machine
on the findings of the Veterans' I Kuns 30 rifles of various makes
Felony Of Somef
Cable Thefts t
WASHINGTON. Mv 2 Thp Hn
day and sent to the Senate a bill authorizing Panam6 Ca.
nal Zone teachers to hold two jobs and receive' doufli
salaries. t t j
Sponsors of the bill said its purpose is to facilitdtr
the operation of night and vacation schools in the Zonf
by exempting teachers from the law banning employe!
from holding dual government offices. (p
v The House also approved a bill making it a fefp'ni
to injure or destroy communications lines. The new tai
would extend and broaden existing law against wilfuFoi
malicious interference with public utility installationMi
the Zone. .t
v The House afso passed and sent to the Senate a fell
to conform the Law with regard to unpaid Canal Zotw
money orders to that affecting U.S. Post Office rnone
orders. The general law-bars the payment of unpaid moil
ey orders after 20 years from' the date of issue.
Girard Marries 'Candy But
Adm'nistration Hospital, hss stat-and callers, 15,000 rounds of n fi i'-
e4 that; '-'- ami.ui.1MUa and a,are stot; t-'-'e. fr "t1ii' IntlrlHc Inn
'f V'.' Mot field clothing, medicinet. and, l,Wiiw UUUtUJUU I TIC
. at la-the considered. Medical canned food. JLi , ,"'"".
opinion of. the undersigned that Seizure of this arsenal hii the u, '
White was on or about. Oct..- iL'center of Orleate Provihce WASHINGTON, July. S-(UP) the marrtage.'Hia brother Lou!
1956,, insane, and aa-a .result f far' from the Sierra Maestra Attorney General Herbert said it had the blessta of th
hi m.nt.t Hi! ArteM or AT I Mountains anneared to have. Brownell Jr. says Japan has the whoU famiiv - "...
Atr I Mountains anneared
angement, was -unable to .distin-'. confirmed a suspicion long held, right to try Army Specialist S-c
guish right from wrong concerning by tne. army, that ridel Castro wunm oi .oiraro regardless. ? or
the act with which be is charged. ".rebels art operating closer to
The report, is signed by Drs. ...
Julian' C. Kennedy, hief of psy-j (Continued on Page It)
chiatrte service, and John G. Hig -1 j 1 1
ffl 'Owner, Of Car Mats
Assistant District Attorney Mor
ton Thomson asked for a" two-'
v1r rnntinuanp in thn tatlt'h.
cause of some 'new developments' 1 fluff 4 A fiau Dan
vvi) ivvui iup
Sleps Up; Thief
how the Supreme Court rules in
In a brief filed with the court
yesterday, Brownell said U.S.
troops visiting a foreign nation
are 1 not immune from foreien
Jurisdiction unless the local gov
ernment allows them Immunity.
Brownell asked the court to
reverse a lower court decision
barring the United States from
which he said came to his,atten-j
tion yesterday. .,
"These may change the course Everybody or at least every- turning Girard oyer to Japan for
or our action. ve-may nave body apparently reads me i-a- wiai on manslaughter cnarges.
tiVa nn th matter with th. Do-' iTIii 4l.ma.-M tii .i
psrtment of Justice," Thomson When item appeared yester- dler u chtlTgei with the fata, i d'e TUvr lt
added. dav reporting the recovery it ,wi,. A .p.e ?r 14-year-old America
" .. .. uivwn u co ti a uacoR wuuiau aifi mhA if. . ii
CZ Statutory Rape
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Until July 19
Aiiorney William J. SherMai
toaay entered his appearaac
oenair or two port Kobbe sol
Ttnnrf nt 2 000 nreviouslv set
hi the case was continued, wi"
glass -at a female at the La Boca goods.
KENDALV1LLE, Ind.,. JulyVl
(UP) Mrs. Dorothy Bruce spent
four days buying goods for her
new cotton shop but the store's o o-pening
pening o-pening was officially postponed.'
Police said Mrs. Bruce used
bogus checks to pay for her
A ... AaVlnsr tk Aei-
er to identify same at the Balboa-Hring range in Ja Ja-Pohce
Pohce Ja-Pohce Station, it was read by the. Pa" last January.
girl who lives in Panama. XHtw..
The case, which involves-Rob
ert M. Bridges and Jamea Ri At
ken, was then continued untf
Friday, July 19 during t iodayV
session in US. District COUrt'ai
Aiicon. w -".'
The men, both of the aoth rn rn-fantry
fantry rn-fantry Regiment at Kobbe jib
in jail In default of posting tj5CM
12-Year-0ld Heiress Beaten
To Death By Suspicious
SAN FRANCISCO. July f (UP)
A father who had been dipping
into his 12-year-old 1 daughter's
Ma gallon's sister, who. stated. $153,000 inheritance to support his
thaf there has been insanity in the
family, filed a separate action ask
ing that her brother be commit committed
ted committed to an institution, -..-.-r
' H A . I . W
ine z-year-oia anempioyen ri
whole family Was charged today
with beating the Child Jo death
because he suspected her of being
"There goes a million bucks
wouldn't tell 'us why, but we knew1.
she was getting dope. She had A I. CitrVfk Frilit
been getting -it 'since she was in HIT WllgO Trllll
tne sixin graae...sne causea me
to lose my last job."
She turned out to be Miss Mar-1 G1", who is being held by
garet Sealey, a Gorgas Hospital the Army at Camp Whittington
nurse who lives in Panama. near Tokyo, was married today
Because she came forward to to Haru (Candy) Sueyama, his
claim the 'mats, an, additional jan.-... .wthMrt
charge of petit larceny is betag japanMe swee
whl yesterday was convicted of! i f r baU ae each,
vatfrancv around the Goreas Hos- married. Friday to the Japanese.
pital area and sentenced to spend : girl who stood by him in the in in-10
10 in-10 days in jaU. ternatlonal controversy.
When he .was first noticed Sun- . v
day. afternoon by a policeman. Gra : S ordnance announcement
4la vif arrvinff a narr! He
dropped th. package in the flight;" "TL. TTu ma,7
from the policeman, and it was' Haru At the Protestant chapel in
found to contain two almost-new Camp Whittington.
floor mats for a car. ;'
. Police said yesterday that they I Girard called his family in Ill Ill-believed
believed Ill-believed the mats were stolen from lnois to ask their attitude on
a car parked on Gorgas Road.
namanian was bound over for trial fth "! nild'
tn rtictrirt r,r nn Anril SO aft)""". w m mjuw.
being accused of trying to extort
money from William W. wood.
Police bared the bizarre case of
Nancy Elaine Blakely, who de-
.l j. . . I mil. nr jarrannTiiLfi. i nit nm-
vc r.oio received no persnai dam tZZtt 'ZZitii hlch consisted of almost S20,
f..70ur "? u" fUh rWroowV.r 000 stocks and bonds, AU of the
iue m me property stolen . ". : r
was smaU. I sentr fa. on.; GY- Earl Long, after a tour bl
Tear at Cmkni
" AFLLETON, Wis,- July t (V?)
A marching hand and a balloon
nearly wrecked a centennial pa parade
rade parade here Saturday.;
The band frightened T horse'
and the balloon made six Shetland
ponies bolt. The parade was held
up until aU seven animals were
William W. Wood.!'"'. -V
whose home he allegedly burgle: MJ? i.. v",
- x I virtual oriuHir h hmr own n
, ,i i. i. . 11. I. .Ii.mI will' r
' "Yon hv. im. ,;-,, unia.vne mar an ui nuios easi or ents.
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.KrZ-S-"?P":IWil. vessel, the MUabj4i arrange for a rendeiyous In PH tot tho fanior hiAarewbich
ii Kciffuu uum wnum vou sunisv . - a., i i w. ;
wmw v MMawwiivauvi gte. ioa hw ... ..... l uw -wwmm s aiu w vy vv wve f
w ua a. al a Vm. A iSFUm Ja .... .a
out ner parents took dot to scnooi
and called for her and did not let
ber play with other children. Her
classmates said she was at intel intelligent,
ligent, intelligent, pleasant girt. '
Robert O. Blakely,, a former
iceman and grocery clerk who
has worked only part time for
the last IS months, was charged
with manslaughter and held, for
Nancy died yesterday after a
violent euarrel with her father.
during which he accused her of
taking narcotics and flirting with
"She was always alirpiflf out
items ave subsequently been re-;
the hurrlrana ara trrfaw eoverea. ,v ,.
said he expects the death toll to t
run. over 400, ,-. a
- . ; was continued.,
The Lake Charles r American American-Press
Press American-Press said today It expects the
eventual toll to be betmeen 400
and 500 and probably about 450.;
Wilson said no cuaraatlne had
LEBANON, Ivd., July 2 (UP)
Residents had just about finished
t..;l.. .1.. .... j
. 1 eiiuuf vuv inn uuiapca in
oerrn wrucrca .njwnere aiong ine their cellars by a flooded creek
coast, and it is doubtful that a when the water company an-
Qiiaraattne mill be declared, ex-nounced it was increasing ? lU
cept tor a selected area. rates, i - .
The argument thatled to Nan Nancy's
cy's Nancy's death began after" Balkely.
his wife, Irma, and their other
child, Robert, 9, returned home
from church Blakely asked Nan Nancy
cy Nancy adut a man who had sat next
to her in church, He did, not .re
call her renly. 1 f
"I pushed her in the hallway
and her bead struck tne floor.
be told police. "She rolled over
and looked up at me and started
But Mrs. Blakely told police her
husband picked up Nancy and
threw her across the haQ, causing
her to crack ber hesd against a
wall corner. -: 1 -ir
Coroner Henry W. Turkel said
an autopsy showed Nancy's death
was due to brain is juries result-i
ing from a blow or hiowa or jar jarring
ring jarring of the head."
Tho family had lived in a
modest stucco house 6 the in income
come income from an estate Willed Nancy
by her godfather,. CapL William
Rosendall, a retired sea captain
who died ii 1950. Autboritiea said
they believed the estate would go
aughts." Salkely said. "She jto other heirs ef Rosendall.
Will Go On Sale
Friday This Week
The alleged statutory rape-Occurred
on May 27 and S rwfaei
the girl reportedly spent- iUm
night on Empire Range,-" firs
with one and then with another'
one of the defendants. .kX
The case first was brought tt
the attention of police bTTt xe-
port from the mother that hei
daughter was missing overnight
Canal Traffic Problems T6:
Year2000 Now Under Study
The Stanford Research Institute,
Because of the Fourth of July," public- service, non-endowed
holiday, the weekky ah- shipment 'corporation with headquarters i-i
of fresh fruit and vegetables from Menlo. Park Cal., has been re re-Florida
Florida re-Florida will be placed en sale this tamed by the Panama Canal Co.
week en Friday morning instead ke snge forecast of
. T-y. j - !..- u..' the carko tonnage and vessel tran-
:XLcAiin which the Panama Canal may
announced by the Commissary Di- wpecte to h,ndle durin4
; Tho'popular demand for. the air remainder of the century.
Hle VT.7'F2hlZ K P tto work
week that Urge : crowds of ahop-l th. pacity problem
pers were preaeni WJ'C" which has received intensive stu-
openeo ai p in- "Fldy hero for the past several
was exhausted m less thaa two monihs. K An ad hoe Committee
hours. .r i . I headed by Gov. W. E. Potter, and
This week, the shipment wiU m- gpecuf working committee are
elude fresh peaches, cantaloupes, I devoting cnsiderable time toward
asparagus and Broceon. none ot, solving the problem' of how the
which are now available on the ptnama Canal can bo enabled to
Isthmus and wh ich are highly per- handle not only the heavier traf-
isbsblo. ' jfie but also the larger ships which
The produce win oe on sale m- presently require whst is known
day at the Balboa. Gambea and I as "clear-cut transits."
Cristobal Commissaries. Tho airi Tbo announcement that the Im
freighted fruits and vegetables stitute will mske tho study was
wiU be on sals on Thorsday aft-jmade yesterday at Balboa Heights
r this week, , almost sunuEaneouaiy wua us
arrival here el Dr. Neil T. Hons
ton, a senior economist and head
of the program in regional econo
mics of the Institute's Eeonomiei
Research Division. ;.
Houston arrived by plane fron
California early Sunday morninf
ana wiu spena aooul two weelr
here. He will work elosetv wkl
the excntive planning staff in the
development of the traffic forecast
During the past 10 years, seve
al studies have been made of fa ... -ture
Canal traffic Recent deve Ipi
merits, however.- now require tha
ueso studies oe reviewed and m
up-to-date forecast provided. T
current study will be confined b
commercial freight traffic throuil
the Canal sad will not include rail -itary
Care tofmaoo and vettal trjiv.
atta win be protectee to the fit
zow; nte atvdy w
review ot tho prespxa
movement ee the
meairtos vwn censrirute'
proximately 7$ par cent el -. t i
Ceneis commercial traffia.
ted to the yt V
rill incluee i
ePcti f o f -s.
i major tern. ..
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TWO mouwis "
tlnrv to cover tne increases icicn.u lege, iikh iw iuua opcvioi
i S mnnhPii that awaits action. cises for aix months to get int
" 38Bi Pop' Wright writes that the appropriation bill the Na w. cas the Army.
..l,;.Pn Mav 20th, as noted in the press at the loM wthe Navy. gain H
rrw VEwd since. His last letter to ine to the rank of lieutenant 'and w)
time, but Otner wa .h8t ve June checks wiu PT hnat -ommander for tw
aa dated June Zo wnicu - r--: -v VC n -ruI
j : years in iuc ouuui i jtun, mu
b dwayw- .-nuitie, Dald beneficiaries are small, suiting h, w credited with saving three
Mostof.the wnunies paia payments for their men 14. Crew ftef an attack
in hardship for some who depend on on hia hnat- He towed We f the
w. C. Hasklns
.... ..hit. mrvrt T am a
- "vf.". J. v.. infrerv" ran explain tne rt.
0 that tne gou w Georfe A. wea
PANAMA ROAD HOGS
on his boat. He towed one ef the
men tnree mues, at at couege ne
was a cries,, dbusttok awunmer,
. Kan KannaHv rntnas frnm Una.
ton and naturally went to Harvard
wnence ne was sraauatea cum
liude. His father was once Am
aaarinr tn Crat Britain. Hii' fath
er gave him a million dollar trust
fund to enable him to serve 111s
government and country. After
his record in the Navy and in the
U.S. Senate. and now with his
Profiles in Courage, it was a good
invesimenc, u you asar me.
"On ifiilt marlt af thla vol
umt," writes Pref. Allan Nevina
of Columbia University in the
preface, "la that its instances
of courage are all true, clear,
and in the last analysis construe
tivo; its heroes. . .all exefcis
ed their courage in a noble way
far la ran enda.
Moral couraea is crests and
admirable in itself."; he adds, "but
it must be nointed out that ft al-
morant; -aU PicPrj$rtv7eara without hav-most never appears except v as
! are BtoltoM? iSSliwt. part thst: great enUtr. called
lngln thetf minus ifne of cars on the wront
y, deep seriousness, a firm sense
of principle, canaor, resolution,"
Th aiihiarta nf Senator Kenne
dy's profiles include John Quincy
AQimi. wno losi ma eai la u
fianatn and was rmnirliated in- Bos
tnn far xiinnnrtinff his father's c
emy. momas Jeuerson. rexans
mat 'wall ha nroud of- Sam Hous
ton, whose acts of political cour courage
age courage rivaled his heroism on the
field of battle, men mere is ca-
mond G. Ross of Kansas, who, at
the impeachment of P r s i-
i .' ,Rv this ouestlon for a long, long time.
a nm tree"
Now) I -wlU get it oft my chew. ; tn. nubUc when
these ignorant; WS
?"fmS Snt.tim. no heU witl you, mJ
dless whetoer'ty arepassihg a line of cars on -j--
i'W Ouafd to something about it and
them and jffff'SSi one of the
ierue at aU-will ee wrong from right.
Not A Road Hog
Prasinant. frnm rnnvicttion.
nthara ara Thomas Hart Benton
of Missouri, George W. Morris of
Nebraska, Lucius yumuous tincin
natua T.imir nf MisaissiDDi. Dan
iel Webster of Massachusetts.
Charles Evans Hushes of New
! im them, so the con- v0rk. Robert Alfonso Tsft of O-
BhOUlant garDage c"b ""''.rr: (.a Hnira? hin and Rnvernor John Peter Alt
tents won't be puUed out by Mfc more ld:of IUinois. ''The Eagle that
Shouldn't a 0ULlr:rT'isTt considered sanitary to toss Forgotten," of VacheL Lindsay,
a. v. -nv.mm.nt is trying to clean up the slurn areas
man one imiu 8"o'
garbage and trash out on the streets?
aim 1 1 mil it j ti i .tiiiajwwiau'..'
' ,f 0a.. 'vsy'x
H ,4 ill '
" v j. " 3
J. 0 o ; 1
: PENNY WISE Mr. and Mrs. John C Haugh could buy a lot
tot thought if one still goes for a penny these days. The
1 Miami. Fla, couple saved 100,000 cents, then banked the $1,000
j Vita Joseph M. Upton, left, president of the Dade Federal Sav-
Ws and Loan Assn. The Haughs sUrted saving pennies when
they owned a restaurant. Rather than count and wrap them
Sip each night, they threw them into gallon jugs. It took 13
i years to acquire the 100,0Mjcoppers.
. -,. .:
By CREDC CALHOUN
PROFILES IN COURAGE, "''
PULITZER PRIZE WINNER
By CREDS CALHOUN et al
Tf imn't auarv vaar that tho Ph.
litzar nrixa fnr histnrv is won hv
a .35 cent paper oacx dook writ
ten by a young U.S. senator (John
F 1TannaHv' wha nulrf alaA ha
the subject of a profile in courage.
1 na nnnir nraa TirT niiniisnan in
hard cover by Harpers at $3.50,
and in nnth formats was on the
non-fiction best seller list of The
New York Times Book Keview tor
68 weeks. The award of tne fu
litzer Jury must have plenty of pub
lie sunnnrt. 1
There is little in the book about
the author except his statement
'1 am not a nrnfaasinnal nistn.
rian; and. although all errors of
fact and judgement are exclusive
ly my own, 1 snouia use to ac
' nnnlfontjs on the ISthmUS,
relved for the month of May nor for the month of June at
this, writing (July Vua'oaHrem'pnt Division in Washington sent Inowledge with sincere gratitude
In early June the Ret rement Divuion in ha,v. thos who assisted me in the
out two notice at :dif en t of tni8 d . A
would be aeiayea Decauso "XXirr rhn other notice tat- long period of hospitalization and
had' not yet been .acted 0 1 bj Congress The otjer nUc conva fouowing gpin,
ed that it was hoped that the checks w0 D' Iv .ve na5 operation in October 1954, gave me
After June 10. Since mat. ume uic - my 0pp0rtumty to do tne
tat llnkM Art t.VlA iinnrecedented delay. L raadins and research necessary
r:-r t.nt. ,ra sranted an increase out ;---:rp -..-, ,,-:
lAst vear sne iuwui'ii' iv,a. inrreasea ir wl! irojeci.
.r?., hin nrovidine money for these increases. K-;ij .. rn.H Hnum
dent Johnson, "looked down into
hia nftan tfrava" mnA aavafl th.
"Sleep torriy. . egie TorgoT TorgoT-ten.
ten. TorgoT-ten. .under the stone. Time
has its way with you there and
the day has H own. Sleep) en,
O bravi-rteerted, O wise men,
that kindled the flame Te
live in manking Is far mere
than te live in a name. ."
Sen. Kennedy writes in Chapter
r under the headinc of "Courase
and Politics," and says; '.'this is
hnnlr ahnnt the most admirable
of human virtues. courage.
'Grace under pressure, cmesi
Hemingwsy defined it And these
are the stories of the nressures ex
perienced by eight U.S. Senators
anri tne price witn wmen mev en
dured them the risks to t h e i r
paraera. the iinonblllaritv of their
courses, the defamations of their
xKaraMera anm.times but SSdlT
only sometimes, the vindication of
their reoutatlons ana tneir princi
- This is a book to te reaa oy
lmri,ini Nnrth. Central and
Smith.. It ahould .be" reouired read-
ina fnr aturienta nf the histnrv of
tne united states ana n is nopea
. A 1 J S
that it wiu not oe overiooKea oy
the schools of the Canal Zone.
Members of the American Society
of Panama, who read this book,
will be prouder to celebrate the
tourtn. 01 jury.
Foot Note I am sending paper
m.rwl Miniii of ."Profiles of
Courage, to two membeis of the
government 01 Manama.
miii ir t ii 11 11 11
a.i na. a aaal f aiintaaia
y BIIW riAISOM
NEW YORK Culture hss fi
nally come to New York, by way
of New Orleans and Chicago and
a more gracious life, and I am
hannv to sav 1 got a key to cul
ture. This is one of the happier ss-
pects of writing a column ior
a. an Old World. I9th Century-
Ivnn T am verv
keen on culture.
X.Hnr. tn me is not having to
kiss 1 dames you don't. like be
fore you can sit down in a samou.
Culture to me is smooth booze,
quiet, and a genUet air of e 0 n,
imiia wirk.dness. Culture is pret
ty people to look at and barkeeps
that keep 'bar instead of holding
hiere is a Joint tn lowh:"f,wnich
is. not open to the general public,
thank God, which fulfills my re
quirements culturally, it is a mel mellowed
lowed mellowed saloon in the Gay Nineties
fashion, without singing waiters,
which can be entered only by a
key which you own. The doorman
hasnt fot a key. so you are rea
sonably safe from pursuit, be it
be Mama or a' process server.
It is callid the Gaslight Club
and is branch of the original
effort in Chicago.
It's situated in a real eld
building off Park Avenue en 54th
er 57th, has no sign en the deer,
and is the kind of house Grand Grandpa
pa Grandpa acted up in SO veer age.
- The big back bar is built around
four mahogany griffons that came
out of Madame Gravier's de luxe
parlor establishment in New Or Orleans,
leans, Orleans, and the light fixtures are
vintage 19th Century stuff from
the United States Hotel in Sara
toga Springs. The most modern
adronment in the joint is an oil
of Lillian Russell.
The waitresses who get fired
for dating the customers and who
are models of deportment are
clad in lonj mesh stockings, a
kind of diaper with a bow behind,
and something which might be
called a bodice. They are ail
young, all beautiful, and somehow
make you feel powerful strong,
powerful tall, and powerful hand handsome.
some. handsome. es' call me Beauregard,
ma'am. It's mah old Met ban's
The gentlemen who perform be
hind the bar and at the professor professorial
ial professorial piano wear the old fashioned
fancy-house garb of ruffled shirt
By BOB RUARK
and brocade weskit, and they are
named tbings like Scully, Joe. and
Lyle. They are prideful folkeses
who consider themselves equal; if
not a cut above, the guest, which
is as it should be.
One end of the joint the quiet quietest
est quietest end-ia a proper, faded vol volume
ume volume library, and it is a positive
pleasure to. sit there and pore 0 0-ver
ver 0-ver a volume of Ouida while Miss
Jinny or some such provides a
magnificent vista as she pours 0 0-ver
ver 0-ver a volume of 12-year-old Scotch,
which is the vouneest bar booze
they serve. Professor Lyle,; he
piay tres men, out quiet,, at the
piano." in the other end of t h e
room, ..and culture exudes all
They keep a buffet goings end
for a nickel you can make your your-self
self your-self one or 10 sandwiches of
ham, turkey, cheese, r whet
will. Thy get te charge yeu
something for the food bee e use
the city ha morale about serv
ing boeze for money and giving
away fret lunches.
I am not naauiu: this joint, be
cause you can't get in anyhow,
and the waiting list of member membership
ship membership is considerably longer than
your arm. But it's the only place
I know where all the beer is im
ported, all the Scotch is 12-years
old, and the youngest b 0 u r 0 0 n
just come seven.
The place kicked off in Chica
go, has msde a screaming suc success
cess success in New York, and seems
hantf-tailored for all of us ql! Rhet
ueauregara-iyye cunneis. a we
can just foist a little of its kin
dred culture on that jungle of pe
euliar drinking Jaws, Washington,
B.C.r Ufa will not hav been in
-vaia..i f Y-y fM t VM: '.
It's just, a pity it isn't open to
the oublic. but maybe you can
sneak in a soy and start one of
your, own in your own h 0 m e
town. Culture is indeed a wonder
We are unpacking
'. of ,::
V; A in II LESS THAN S HOURS FLIGHT TIME
( 9 Mil II :....--' ..
$ V f M Ijl Panama Dinner to San Jmsm ; V -iV
Nfj fill, t tC7AA 'aouKO 'tmiF Vv.
I r; -;V7 XJ.OO Toimier exsmcs
!-r-VjiY ijl rUmmn to" esortaend ebippliit...
' f L-l r (" easy eo yaw karffat- Swaar Citillitliaa,
fi "CJT-XN Htt Claat m TenrM. .Seps for eertece
-.( r r. (Z jfA.'-' rir now fat lath
k'J -JW fit 1 ourr Araxrwt tw tkx AMmcas" V
w a sum nrrifi whii. f h No
vy is crying for more funds, the
eirnraTr raripr .arsnnusi iti h 11 a si
ed to scrape up $65,000 to- beautl
fv itaelf fnr ii PraaiHant liTiaanhnw.
er 'recent overnight cruise.) Ike's
cabin alone cost $3.50 to redecor
ate in a style befitting the Chief
. F.vkn the ahin'a miimt. a a. a
enina rnnst.r ont 'rinueeH with
white oaint to match the cleam-
mg wmte bulkheads This touch
was added by a disgruntled crew crewman
man crewman Who dumped a bucket of naint
over uie rooster as a protest a
gainst the extra work.
Tne fancy refurbishing was or ordered
dered ordered by the Saratoga's skipper,
Capt. Robert Moore, who alibied
te this column ho didn't have
Ike In mind at all. The big su super
per super carrier happened te need
repainting, he aaid, before the
Moore also denied soendine- tfl5.
0OO whirh ha llill tuaa t h a
ship's total repair budget for the
quarter, ne claimed the cabin,
where" Ike slent one nicht. had
been ruined by workmen and
needed refixing anyhow. v'
Other Saratoga officers, Inter Interviewed
viewed Interviewed bv this column. . HisniiiaVI
their skipper, ; They pointed out
mo oaraioga was launcnea oniy
a year ago and didn't need
Dslnt lob already Th.v a1n lslm.
ed the cabin,; selected for Ike by
me secret service, .was perfectly
shipshape. Capt. Moore spent $3,
500 refurnishing and vaitaxnratina
it, they said, simply to impress
we rresiaeni. i ; j-
The Saratoga's interior had been
a beige color whirh didn't. nar.
kle enough to suit Moore. He also
compiainea that the deck looked
like "mustard yellow" to him. Aft After
er After word that the President might
come aboard, Moore ordered the
wnoie worn repaiatted white and
the deck re-tiled with expensive
The Karatnea hannana ta 1a th.
biggest ship, in the Navy. To re-
aecorate it raxes a lot of paint
and tile. Crew members claim
the Captain not only spent the
full $65,000 repair budget, but used
llir evarv aant .ii.il.M. 1.
ship. The supply officer can't buy
enoueh nencils to earrv nn ik.
paper work, they say, until new
funds are allotted at the end of
the fiscal year; t .
One officer, Lt. Com. Eugene
Cat, complained that Moore's
repainting order technically vkv
araa nevai reguiariona. He ask
ed Moore te sign the order inr
writing. But the skipper angrily
refused. -,X'.' -j-x-,; y-,-.;
"There was nn reaann tn aisn
he explained to this column, "be
cause my oroer mo rjeviriolate na naval
val naval regulations ttntnAtn-: t
I MOOre -Also nrd.rad an rMi,i.
get. anomer, set- pt slip covers
for the furniture it .the. admiral's
cabin, which Ike was first expect expected
ed expected to USe. To et: them tha .offi
cer started looking int
niture that Moore had brought
n.vu mill uvin mi last Snip, Uie
escort, caner oiooney.
Subordinates claim Mnnra am.
fined the officer to quarters for
ten davi for a-ettins' intn hi
nuure. moore says tne officer put
oiny sup covers on the fucniture
intended for Ttre's uaa hnt rfani
m hww aua, uvucg
taking any disciplinary action. v
oomenow, r toriaa s congress congressman
man congressman A. S. Herlonff crnt vrinrf that
the Saratoga had snent thnmanH
of dollars sprucing up for Ike.
tie asxed the Navy for a full re report,
port, report, and the Navy wired Moore
for his explanation.
He promptly ordered the rec records
ords records of every crew member
searched te find out who came
from Herlong's district end
might have tipped him off.
Moore then wired the Pentagon
that he had inherited such a dir.
ty ship he had keen forced te
repaint and redecorate. He care carefully
fully carefully destroyed all copies of his
wire, pretumebly te conceal his
reply from officers who knew
what condition the ship had been
Bob Moore is a dashing officer
and cracker jack seaman. His su superiors
periors superiors say he is a hot prospect
ior, promotion' to Admiral. Kven
his most disgruntled subordinate
aamil he can handle a ship mas-
teriully. But they say he has ex-,
pensive tastes wnich he is uiclin uiclin-ed
ed uiclin-ed to gratify at the taxpayers'
expense. ,.t j;
After he took command of the
Saratoga, he refurnished and, re-
decorated his cabin though it was -almost
brand new. He veh install
ed a small lily pond in one cor-'
ner. At Mayport, Fla., he added -a
couple palm bushes. These mys -;
teriously disappeared over nth e 1
ship's sioe. Moore says the palms
were presented to him by a 'Stew 'Steward,
ard, 'Steward, i ;,Sj;.V,;i,:,i.'V! 'airi-'t
"I Ann't knnw mKn thfaw tham
overboard, but I1 war glad to get
rid of them," he says.
. Moore also ordered an RCA
hi-fi set which he admits was paid
out of the crew's recreation fund.
"The recreation fund is intend intended
ed intended for officers, too,' he explains.
-While the ship was tied up, for
several weeks at the Brooklyn Na Navy
vy Navy Yard, he used a government .'
car and chauffeur to drive back
and forth to his apartment every
1 "ThaTV permissible," he teld
this column. "Anyway, usual usually
ly usually had ship's business te at
tend to en route."
Capt. Moore ended the Interview "' ''
cheerfully, p w r
5 "I appreciate your calling me," 1
he said, but I'm afraid you don't I
have much of a story.", ,'
CANYON SENATE BATTLE V
Passage of the Hell's canyon bill :'
by an emphatic margin-resulted
from the astute master minding
of Texas Senator Lyndon Johnson.
! '. :'--x
' Johnson took advantage of one
major factor and two minor ones -to
spring a surprise on an issue :.
which had been defeated repeated-
ly before and which no one, even
around the Senate, thought he had v
a real chance of winning. ;
- The major factor was the -blaz- -ing
resentment of southern Demo- y
crsts over the way Jtepubhcan
leaders, Nixon and Knowland, a- 'a
sually rivals, had joined forces to
compel an early, vote, on civil
rights. Their action drove another i
nail into the coffin of the old Dix- ''
ie-Republican coalition, whereby k
southern Democrats traded anti- j
labor, pro-utility i votes w K I I e )
northern Democrats gave them I.
votes against. 'the Nefrfc-f$X;
i With the' ending of this cosUtion,
Johnson : saw -a, reliance to -. w i a 'f
southern Democrats over the an-i-.-ti-utility
pro-public power side on
the Hell's Canyon ,vote. To ;do
this he moved fast while southern-'
resentment was still boiling,;. He
also moved fast because of t h e
two minor factors, namely the ab-1
sence from Washington of Flori-.
da's Senator Holland,, a -Democrat
who has voted sgalnst Hell's Can-c
yon; also the absence of Republi-
can leader Bill Knowland,' in Cal California
ifornia California attending his daughter's
Before the vote, however. Bob-
by Baker, secretary to the mi xr,
iority leader, better known es
the "Junior Lyndon,"' lined up
a trade. Pour northern Demo Democrats
crats Democrats Murray and Mansfield of
Montane; Jackson and Megnu-
son of Washington, egrted te be'
sympathetic toward the fury tri-
al amendment te. civil rights1
(though not necesarily vote for
It) In return for southern votes x.
for Hell's Canyon. .
Both sides delivered.
Remarked Senator Russell Long ;
of Louisiana, to a friend after;.
voting for the first time for HeU a
Canyon: "Maybe after all this
civil riahts bickering is. over the
Democratic party will be united -for
the first time in years." 4 s
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CRISTOBAL 2121 r : PANAMA 2-2904
TUESDAY, JULY t, 1957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER V
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; 19 Scottish
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; 22 Make' 7
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1 26 Vacation (pot
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14 Temper, as,
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NEW 'YORK, July 2 (UP) (UP)-Charles
Charles (UP)-Charles E.- (Commando) Kelly.
who won the Congressional Medal
of Honor in World War u for kill'
ing 40 German In 20 minutes,
came home from the war with no
I gooa opinion oi ine American ne.a
wross, me women s Array: unrps
or organized veterans' groups..
Kelly,, who has .'been down en
his luck, ill end lit difficulty sup
porting his six children, was,
guest en the Mike Wallace: teles
vision, shew. He 'said he- is pre-'
sently making $340 -a month as"
a Kentucky highway, department
inspector and would like a job in
. Several .offers were 'telephoned
to the American Broadcasting Co.
network after the r program Sun Sunday
day Sunday night, it was said.
'Kelly said he felt most veterans
groups were organized f or a beer
license." The American Legion,
Veterans of Foreign War and oth
er1 groups "end up just as drink-1
ing parties," he said. He said he
didn't have time-to fool around
with that kind of thing.
VThe Red Cross. 1 1 don't eive
them nothing," he said in response
to another question.. He said his
antagonism to the organization-
was based on the fact that he had
to pay a nickel for a doughnut
and coffee in Red Cross canteens
m rest, areas. . t
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nmten ior km .service
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Opening lead s .. .. .,
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GETTYSBURG, Pa. Gen.
Maxwell D.. Taylor, Army chief
of staff, on the prospects of nu nuclear
clear nuclear war; v
"Because of the suicidal na nature
ture nature of a general nuclear war, It
appears ... Increasingly unlike
lv that anv nation will deliber
ately embark on such a war with
its prospect of reciprocal anni.
.4 "if- 11' jr"tr
The-' Jacctoy transfer '5 Bid
LAKE CHARLES, la. Mrs
R. A. Cooke, on survivine the
numcane Auarey tidal, wave:
"Except for the tragedy con
nected, with it it seems very
doubtful now that I shall ever
see my mother, sister and sister-in-law
again this experience
ptpbably was very arood for me.
It has made me feel, very close
to God," v
Asked how he felt about their
work in such domestic disasters
as the present Louisiana hurricane
floods, he said "that's a lot differ different."
The WACs. Kelly said, eave him
the cold shoulder and he's glad
ta give it back.
"Overseas the WAC's would nev
er have anything to do with an
infantryman ,'s he said. "They call
ed u high-priced killers, said we
were lousy, that we didn't take
baths for 60 or 70 days."
Safely Group Sees
535 'Slone Cold' ;
Afler 4lh Weekend
CHICAGO, July 2 (UP) The
National Safety Council today
warned ; that "cold figures ; indi
cate that S3S persons will be kill
ed during the long Fourth of July
However, i- the council said at
least 70 live can be. saved if mo motorist
torist motorist drive as -Bensibly during
the Independence Day period- as
they did during the Memorial Day
"Ned H. Dearborn, council pres
ident, said if drivers can repeat
their sale driving record over me
Fourth, "the holiday traffic deaths
can be held to 465 or fewer."-
'But," Dearborn added, "the
cold figures indicate that unless
extra care is used to meet me
extra holiday hazards, the holiday
traffic jam will, wing peatn io
535 persons in the 102-hour Pe
riod from 6 p.m, tomorrow to mia
rtparhnrn recalled that the com-
hinpd -efforts of drivers and law
enforcement agencies held the
Memorial Dav holiday toll to a
figure comparable to that 1 of,, a
non-holiday period.- ?
He said a similar effort' for the
Fourth of July would cut the toll
to 465, the estimated number of
traffic deaths for a non-holiday
four-day period at this time of
FBI, Military n
Admit $63,000 j
CAMP' PENDLETON. Calif.
July 2 (UP) The FBI and mili
tary authorities today dropped a
cioaK or secrecy over their Inves
tigation. Intd the reported $63,
000 robbery of a' Marine Corps
disbursing oiilcer who was found
beaten on a beach withhv the
Camp Pendleton' military, reser
Thr FBI woiild only confirm
the : amount- of money 'Involved
and the Identity of the victim,
Capt. B. R. Hansberry, 40, dis dis-bursinr
bursinr dis-bursinr officer of the 2nd Infan
try Training Regiment.
. '? .. : y -r i ; ,
Hansberry, a", veteran : of 20
years of service, told the FBI he
was working late a week. ago in
his office when "one-'or more"
persons entered and robbed him.
Two fishermen later that night
found the officer beaten on a
lonely stretch of beach. He has
been hospitalized since.
"We appeal to every driver and
to traffic enforcement agencies
and officers throughout the nation
to team up again in an all out
effort to prove we can celebrate
American 'independence without
needless tragedy and bloodshed on
our' hiehways Dearborn said.
The council offered these me
sa ving suggestions:
Slow down to a sensible speed,
don't drive and drink, don't let
heat end traffic get you down,
and remember "you are carry,
ing the most precious cargo en
arth your loved ones er
IF YOU'RE TIRED..
of turning screws with
a kitchen knife
WASHINGTON Seni John
W, Bricker (R-Ohio) on wheth
er un viuica siaies or 'japar
should try GI WiUiam S. GirarUfT
"I thlafc that- anybody 1$ gor goring
ing goring to be protected by ?he con-
suuiuonai guaraniees, inai xuen,
ased at the tw6 levef Wter'anl b the manwHo'caVrlea tie
gun aao'eawH ine Arpjy.;-
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enough ta overcall all two- and
phree-level iblds become nsrmal,
nut u you want to use the trans transfer
fer transfer bid you" do tbo at the four lev lev-W.
W. lev-W. Thismse at- the four level is
also kiown as the Texas conveh
uon." ; .- -.
Artnur Seidman .of New York
writes thlt the bid came up and
worked wonderfully In a recent
ruDDer Driage game, at the Cav
He opened one no-trumn and
pis .partner, .jonn Kacnmer bid
tour nearu oyer West' i three
heart overcalL This was .the
transfer .bid and Arthur went to
His letter, finishes. "West ooen-
a tne-nve or diamonds. I won-l
hat trick,- drew two-rounds of
rumps and eventually had to
(five aip a diamond and two
As you can see. the' only 'ice-
old game' was in spades from
tiy seat. A s diamond opening
would embarrass me greatly at
Lhree 'no-trump, although I
bight have worked out a way to
' rraWTYQRK' Yugoslav Presi President
dent President Tito, ih a filmed television
Interview, on what kind of gov
ernment the grandchildren of
Americans today will live under:
"It Is up to the American peo people
ple people to decide what system of so society
ciety society it will develon and what
system it would pre'er."
CAMERON, La.. A state
trooper, on the problem of pre preventing
venting preventing looting in the Calun
country,,- hard hit by hurricane
"It looks like many kept their
money in their homes. One man
told me his mother had $5,000
cash in her home that he knew
of, and when he went to get it
ne could find only $350.
. .i of turning nuts with
; poor' fittifijr toilers
. . of cutting wire with
t iT I Wsl f IT UVU I X
. .or using tools of
make the hand. If my partner
played four spades, three rounds
of hearts would beat him auto automatically,
matically, automatically, as he would not be a a-ble
ble a-ble to shut out East's aueen of
trumps and would still have a
losing diamond. v
"The J.T.B. wins another vote."
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The owner of the 10-pound jun-
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Rek Walling 'said Sylvester was
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strom started, he went outside to
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I TO BE HELD AT i. AMAUva utriwiM vv
Ph. vt Amador Officers' Club will celebrate July 4 with
rale dance featuring Lucho Ascarraga.
Plana lor the evening start with a buffet supper from
:30 p.m. until 8 p.m. The dance will be held from 8:30 p.m.
until 12:30 a.m.
V?.lnB- M..-H.1 Hicrh Mass
t eleven o'clock on Friday June 28
ttottae Cathedral o the Immacu Immaculate
late Immaculate Conception, Colon, R.P. Don Don-f
f Don-f aid Noel Francey and Judith Hen Hen-rtauei
rtauei Hen-rtauei took their marriage yows.
Father Robert Vignola CM, offi officiated,
ciated, officiated, assisted by Father Francis
Lynch His Excellency Bishop Je Je-i
i Je-i Serrano. C.M.F. gave the Pa Palpal
lpal Palpal blessing. her
Daniel Renaldo with Miss Smejlie
and Mrs Allcides Dominguez, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles W. Hummer.
Mr. and Mrs. John Charles de
Young, and Professor Cedefio.
Dor W sites
Will Stage Show
As part of the Independece Day
celebratun, students oi the Dorese
waites school of Dancing will ap
Given in marriage by her fath
er, the bride chose a floor length pear jn a vanety show at the Bai-
gown witn a saDnna necKime ana Doa Theatre the afternoon of Ju-
o cirirt nf tulip tiers with imnnrt
ed Chantilly lace appliqued on a
full-flowinn overskirt. A cap of
The nrnWiim is as follows:
"Modern jazz" Doris Stringer. Ma-
lace, trimmed with sequins andrje Cicero, L.ynn itaymond, Sue
pearls, held her finger-tip veil of iuable; "I winkling Taps" DicKie
-ill i 1 1 1 1 c i n anil eha .nrriArl a -i- -ir i . : i c..ni CIia.i
' sons ninn OX ine Diues ana.
Rosemaiy Tritone; "Tap Dace"
w. cC-u- rt.. Avfl Maria,
w'lSr. "SR. Mildred Xllidice ren ren-j
j ren-j dered pother at Thy Feet I am
iThTBridr given in marriage
by her father wore a French crea crea-tioa
tioa crea-tioa of white peau de soie trim trimmed
med trimmed at the neck and sleeves with
atencon lave and seed pearls fin-
ser tip veil and a crown of pearls,
III attendant was her Sister, Anne
Marie Henriquez, who wore a
s dress of Peach Bianchiam chif chif-',
', chif-', ton.
i Mr. Bruce Motta of Pnm c,j-
tv was Mr. Francey's Best man,
t2,Wushe were Douglas Maduro
j and Edward Henriquez Jr. A re reception
ception reception was held at the Washing
ton BOiei iuuuB c
find later the happy couple left by
silk illnsinn and she carried
Rainbow Bible with white roses
MUs Bett Wescott was maid
of honor for her sister and she
wore a waltz-length gown or
white organdy with a scoop .neck
line, a blue cumDerDuna, ana
iun Buiri ouumiuw " is MarcniXK, sanara a a y n e s,
flowers. The two bridesmaids, Valerie Mclntire, K a t h y Mcln
' me; net lull xwuia t u i u u
bara Stevens and the J u n l o r smith: "Rhumba Khythms" Dor
is Strmger, Marie Cicero,
Sue Mabie, "Oriental Cymbal
Dnncp" I,vn.i Ravmond: "Accord-
dian S;io" S-tgi. Donald Gwared;
lu' 8 r i,; (u:.k.ii r inAn 'I V i fnno Ilrvr.
'"".ta Marchcck, Sandra H a y n e s,
bridesmaid, Miss Laura Wescott,
sister of the bride, were similar similarly
ly similarly attirea in green, pink, and li
lac, respectively. All carried cas-
artos nf rarnatinns and iw.
Miss Martha Norris, as flower
girl, wore a white gown tnmmea
in yellow, similar in design to
thnsp nf the other attendants. She
carried a white embroidered bas
ket filled with rose petals.
Mr t.anripn Gunn. father of the
groom, was the best man. The
ushers were Mr. Richard Chrys Chrys-tie,
tie, Chrys-tie, Mr. Albert Satton, Mr. Peter
McKnight, and Mr. Douglaa Mac Mac-Gregor,
Gregor, Mac-Gregor, cousin of the bride. Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth Wescott. also a cousin of
tho hriHp van rine bearer
After the receDtion. the couple
left lor a wedomg trip inrougn
Rlvmnnn Sup Mahle: "Dos Ni-
nqs" Susan Shea, Dickie Taff e;
"oong -- God Bless America"
Mrs Rr.semflrv Trifone. Private
Joel Daly of CFN, will MC the
show. The pubuc is mvnea.
Miss Din Skinner
Malci Dttan't List
The MississiDDi Southern C 0 1-
u Hjan c List fnr the Rnrinff
qLarte-tai-beuelea sed by Dr
' i a
included on the hst is Diane uar-
Skinner of Balboa Canal Zone.
Solon Accuses Browriell Of Bldcking Data
I rr Current Dispute Of Informqtion Leaks
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The 1957 interpretation of the Gainsborough mood puts a rirl
teta this flower-printed silk organdy afternoon dress by Suz?
Perette. Picture pretty, it has a draped V-neckline that ties
in abow at -front. Full sleeves are gathered Into tight cuffs
By GADLE DtJGAS, NEA Women's Editor.
j PIOntheir will reside
jat Brazos Heights.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Rumford, nooe is"", --;iu
Landen Henry uunn jr., Mrs. Edwara in. Moxes oi
irr i 'mm t ..J.n u nunn Oi r. t mhn urill leave
Lr x t 7aiu mere n : T.il.. in malre
jDiablO iieigms, vsua "- ranmi m iio aiuj
TBTled in marriage at a candle- tnir nome m the States. The pro-
Tune at 8 O'clock.! areccive nartv hpffSTl with COCk-
in tiaveu memuuisi
Providence, R.I. .
Rev. Morrill 0. Martin, assist assist-ed
ed assist-ed by Rev. Charles Crooker, Cou Cousin
sin Cousin of the bride, performed the
ceremony, and a reception follow followed
ed followed t the church.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford
Give Surprise Parry
Far Mr. and Mrs. Stokes
Mr anri Mrs. Georffe H. San
ford of Diablo Heights, entertain
ed with a surprise pany on oai-
iirrMv evening in nnnor oi jui.
with Bop, Dig b Rock 'n Ron
HARNETT & DUNN
tails served in the Sanford home,
where Mr. and Mrs. Stokes were
nreeenteri with an oil naintin. The
painting was an original done by
their hostess, wno paims unuei
the name nf (Rehe Sanford. and
her art instructor; Professor Juan
r.J.iiii Prnfeainr nf Art at the
I TJniTersity : of Panam,who-i8f
prominent in internauonai an cir
cles. - vrr
Vnllnurinff nrpspntation of the
farewell gift the party gathered
at the Tivoii uuest Mouse ior a in inner
ner inner at eight p.m. Among those
nrpsent in addition to the Kuests
of honor were Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Chollar of Margarita, mr
Will Be Held
Grille it tha earlv Henarfnre nf
io many of our members of the
NCO Wives Club, A 1 b r o o k Air
Fnrre Risp. nur reBular Aloha Cof
fee will be held on saturaay iu
a.m., at the NCO Club. The Cof Coffee
fee Coffee will honor Mrs. Edwin Ram-
age, our honorary president,
Marge Klass, president of the
Nm Wives' Club. Mauree Fritz-
ke, our treasurer, Helen Lance,
Isabel Hitchaman, ana joe Ann
Towers. All NCO Wives are invit invited,
ed, invited, whether members or not.
Due to the holidays the month monthly
ly monthly business meeting o fthe NCO
Wives Club of Albrook will be held
in .Tnlv 11 7:30 n.m at the NCO
Club. All no-member are cordial cordially
ly cordially invited.
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Unusual Dish Is Built
Around Mashed Potatoes
By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor
WASHINGTON July 2 fUP)
Attorney General HeiDert itrowne
jr. was named yesteraay as me
official who is olocking publication
of. data : snowing aUeged "daric
cnapiers ot betrayal" of security
oy unencan newsmen.
Browneu's roie 10 me current
dispute over alleged security
preaches by newsmen was reveal revealed
ed revealed oy ttep. jonn Moss (D-Calu.)
wnoye riuase Government informa
tion suDcommittee resumed near-
mgs 04 military iniormation.
joss issued a statement ae-
Husband Who Complains ;
About His Job Needs Help
What do vou do about a husband
who constantly complains about
nouuewg a ust of 14 examples ot nis oo how hard he worn ana
news reputeaiy "prejumciai to now tired he is every night, now
nauonai security, ine iist was is- no one appreciates mm. now some some-suea
suea some-suea omiuay nignt oy lioyd one else always gets the breaks,
w right, chairman ot a Bipartisan ana so on?
HERE'S an unusual meal in a
dish built around. mashed potatoes
Home economists of the Connecti
cut Extension Service developed1
Spanish-American Potato Pie
One small onion, chopped; 1 cup
celery, diced, 2 tablespoons butter
or margarine, l pound g r o u n a
beef or veal, 1 cup canned toma tomatoes,
toes, tomatoes, Vi cut sliced, stuffed, green
olives; teaspoon salt, pepper cup
taste, cups seasonea masnea po
tatoes, l egg.
Saute onion and celery in but
ter or margarine. Add chopped
meat and cook until lightly brown browned.
ed. browned. Add tomatoes, olives, salt and
pepper and mix well. Add egg to
mashed potatoes. Beat well.-Spread
half of the potato mixture in the
bottom of a greased shallow cas
serole. Cover with meat mixture.
Top with rest of potatoes. For a
festive touch force mashed potato
mixture through pastry tube to
make decorative border of pota potatoes.
toes. potatoes. Bake in a moderate oven
(350 degrees F.) for about 45
minutes, or, until ightlybrowned.
Bated Potato, Salad au Orttin.
Four cups cubed, cooked pota-
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toes, Vt cup diced celery, 1-3 cup
mincea onion, 2 tablespoons chop chopped
ped chopped green pepper, 1-3 cup vinegar,
lte teaspoons salt, VA teaspoons
monosodium glut am ate, ,V tea
spoon crushed oregano, optional;
V teaspoon pepper, 1 teaspoon
dry mustard, 2 hard-cooked eggs,
In the order given, nut above
ingredients in large bowl; toss and
combine lightly together. Pour V4
hot bacon fat over ootato
mixture; combine lightly. Turn
into greased 8-inch baking dish.
Sprinkle 2 cups grated American
cheese on top. Bake in moderate
oven (350 degrees F.) about 20
minutes, or unttl mixture is hot
and cheese has melted. Serve at
DINNER: Spanish-American po potato
tato potato pie, heated French bread,
shredded cabbage, diced pineap pineapple,
ple, pineapple, chopped chives or green o o-nion
nion o-nion and lettuce salad with sour
cream dressing, ready-mix brown
les, coffee, tea, muk.
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TrVf J MAK FRIENDS
If a friend takes you to a par
ty in her car you should let her
be the one to decide when to
leave. Telling her you have to
leave the party before she Is
ready to go Is not very consider considerate.
ate. considerate. If you know ahead of time
you must leave early, say so
when she offers to take you.
Then she can take yon or
leave you, just as she wishes.
Need bts of pep?
Juioea of different, tardea,
freak aaeeUbUa are Mended into
this famooa drink. TouU lav its
Inrrfy flrror, and thrrrt oa ita Tita
y-a t ra tk
. want, and the aoor-
commission on government secur
Mesa, who had challenged
Wright to document his claim of
unaurnerixad press disclosures
"seriously" affecting security, la labelled
belled labelled the list an unproved "sum
mary of contentions" that failud
to snow wrongdoing, by the
. Wright, whose commission has
recommenued legislation provid
ing jail terms and fines for unau
thorized "communication" of high highly
ly highly secret data, did not name the
publications involved in the 15
"cold war" instances.
Among them were;
"A national weekly in Jaiiua
ry, 1956,. carried an article on mis
sues ', of which some statements
were erroneuous but in other re respects
spects respects was basically correct "and
disclosed, characteristics of. mis
siles which were still in a highly
classified secret status.
"A metropolitan daily in De
cember of 1953 published quite
accurately the then highly-classi
fied information relative to the so
called 'new look' in military stra
"A wire service story In Jan January,
uary, January, 1956, carried a report on the
use of air-to-air missiles with a
tomic warheads. Because of the
high secrecy' classification and
vital Importance of this project,
this item is under investigation
In addition, he cited long-controversial
World War II stories
by an "important metropolitan dai daily"
ly" daily" including one he said had tip tipped
ped tipped off Japan its secret c6de had
been brokei,, the 1945 disclosure
of secret documents in posses
sion of the magazine America, a a-sia:
sia: a-sia: and seven instances in which
he said Columnist Drew Pearson
published data from secret docu
ments and communications during
the Korean War.
Wright said the 15 examples of
"publication prejudicial to the na
tional security" were furnished
the commission at its request last
September by the Defense Depart--ment.
,. :,..,. a.V
Moss told sithe United Press he'
fWila ask for "specific information"
of the 15 unidentified cases includ including
ing including names uf the publications and
the precise dispatches involved.
He also said "ultimately" he
will call on Brownell to explain
his reported refusal to permit -.do
cumentation of what Wright sug
gested were far more serious cas
es of alleged press "betrayal.
Wright said the commission's
proposed law is "not aimed at
newspapermen but would include
defense workers revealing techni technical
cal technical data and "cover a senator or
congressmen speaking outside"
Moss shot back that this would
"hamstring" members of Con Congress
gress Congress a It would the press and is
"inconsistent with our ideas of
He predicted his group's forth
coming hearings will document
charges of "unrealistic" military
secrecy, "arbitrary" military cen-
sorshiD and cases where newsmen
accused of "leaks" actually had
their information cleared by the
Pentagon's "top security agency"
or simply drew an "obvious con conclusion"
clusion" conclusion" from public information.
A requiem high mass will be
sung Thursday, at the San Miguel
noman vstnoiic Vnurcn in raua raua-ma
ma raua-ma City, in memory of the late
Mrs. Maud Wilson Thomas who
AiA Tnn. OO lact v.B,
Friends of the family are wel
come to attend the mass which
will begin at 7:15 a.m.
Do you aeree with him? Or do
you try to make him wake up to
the fact that he is acting like a
spoiled kid? ; .;
, You had probably better not do
either; Why not try giving him so
much appreciation at home, that he
won't feel such a need for it on
See if you can't make him proud
of his "job instead of feeling above
it. Try getting him to talk about
what he accomplished : during the
day, instead of just reciting a, Ust
of tne things that went 4i wrong ana
whatpeople did to him. :
Then see if you can't find. some
opportunities for pointing eat
him that his boss obviously is
tisfied with his work.
NIED PATIENCE -i
It may be a long, slow process,
but if you have the patience to
keep trying you may be able : to
get him on the right track.'
If all your efforts fail, it might
possibly be that he is in the wrong
job and the thing for you to do is
to encourage him to get another.
If he really is a square peg in a
round role, nothing you can say
or do is going to make him take
any satisfaction in his work.:
But don't encourage hire rto- feel
dissatisfied,' and don't tell him he
is acting like a spoiled kid.
Neither j of those) responses' will
help the situation.;.
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x (PA-O Upon their arrival in Panama during this weekend,
the President of the Costa Rican XJons Club, Mr. Oscar Cespedes
Rodriguez, his wife, Mrs. Jenny de Cespedes Rodriguez and party
wera nffir.iB.Hv welcomed to Panama bv the President and "Vice-
President of the Panama Lions Club, Messrs. Jose A. Mollno and
Pablo Paz. ,-
Trie party from Costa Rica made the trip, aboard Lacsa'i
luxurious Super Convalr 340. i f- j
Heavy Cost Of Ballistic Missiles
Cited In Demands For Added Funds
WASHINGTON, July 2 (UP)
Sen. Dennis Chavez tu-N.M.i
told the senate today that de
valnnmenfc of nnerational ballls
tic. missiles may cost "several
times" the two billion dollars re
oulred tr build the first A-
Chavez, chairman of a Mill Mill-tfirv
tfirv Mill-tfirv AnDroDriations subcommit'
tee stressed the hieh cost of
modern weaDons In urginir the
Senate to approve the $34,534,
299,000 defense money bill draft
ed hv his subcommittee.
Tt would restore $971,504,000
nf th s2.565.000.000 which the
House knocked out of President
Eisenhower's original $36,128,-
000,000 request, Including almost
all of the lunas aescnDea as vi vital
tal vital by the president and his de
Chavez said submarine costs
have increased about 10 times
since World War II and air airplane
plane airplane costs have jumped from
$600,000 for the B29 to about
$8,000,000 for the B52.
"Th ballistic missile pro
grams, which have attracted so
much attention, are extremely
costly." he said. "It is estimated
that the cost of their develop
merit tn the staee of even an in
ltial operating capability may be
1 . T i I ItlUHh
opmg uie iirst auuuuc
after th first A-bomb was
dropped on Japan, former Presl
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dent Truman revealed that Con
gress had provided $150,000,000
for the project up to June 30,
1945. This generally is consider
ed the cost of. the first bomb.
But Sen. paid Dougla. (D
,vb; accusing Winllifairjrof
navlnr "a bnut-ln bias against
economizing," said the defense
appropriation should be held
so tne nonse ngure. : ?
He said the military chiefs
have acted "like a bunch of pack
rats" in stockpiling about ill
billion dollars worth pf material.
"Our military forces are mus muscle
cle muscle bound tending an excess
quantity of iroods which proba
bly cannot be used in a future
war and much of which has to
be Bold at give-away prices, and
still we Keep piling up supplies;
Douglas Said. --
Sen. Stuart Symington XD-MO)
charged that the defense pro program
gram program was being "tailored to. the
day-to-aay problems' or tne
Treasury and Budget vacillation'!
was endangering security and
costing billions of dollars.. 7
The administration did not
seek restoration of about half of
the House cuts on grounds they
represented "paper" econpmles
which would not damage tne
defense program. n r
Rep. PoYell Advises
Kegroes To Consider
Candidates On Issues
NEW YORK. July 2 UP)
The Democratic Party la trying
to rebuild the Solid South at the
expense of the Negro -and labor
rotes, according to Rep.: Adam
Clayton Powell Jr. (D-N.Y.)
Powell said tnat senate Dem
ocratic Leader Lyndon B. John
son and House Speaker Sam
Ravburn had agreed on this
strategy at 'a "behind the
Speaking at the annual Har Harlem
lem Harlem Achievement Day, he said
the Negro must "stand up and
cast his vote for each and every
candidate on the. issues and not
vote blindly according ,$o either
- He said "every fact of recent
days indicates' the Democrats
are losing interest la the Negro
and labor votes and will plan a
future "based 'solidly .- a the
southern states." i I
"Top Negro reporters Wrerlng
the White House, Senate and
House of Representatives",, had
informed him of this agreement
to shift Democratic policy, Pow Powell
ell Powell said.
He advised-Negro voters to
view politics from a different
Tela. -H57 S 1S9S
Socia( ancl' Otliei
Winners of Prii.t
A Fourth nf Julv Dane
A- bet ol winners of door prizes
' eiven at the Fourth of July Leie
held at the American Legion Post
on Saturday night follows : a ;
Special gift packages of toilet
' articles donated by Colgate-Palin-olice
Co. were won by Maj.: Rob Robinson.
inson. Robinson. Euf us Lovelady (B. M. Bev-
ington, T. N. JEtchberger.v R, v K.
Hazard, Esther i Powelson Lesma
t;-1 ''.-r-, fit -n i. e Tito A 1TAU
R. G. Richardson H. F. Naniel,
: M. B. Zfcimctz. .'
: 4 Cartons of famous brands of cig-
,v arettes contributed by Tabacalera,
JNacional-SA and Tabacalera Jst-
mefia; were won by W. Robinson,
Don Rider,i?W. R. Abernathy, W,
;? D. Wricht. J. B. Clemmons Mr,
i JUR Sparks Thlegar,' J. Mir-Aj-op,
-Sgt JH. R. Boyles Rosema-
U ry Calkins, John C Schmidt Jb.-i
'. Sullivan R. W. Reece.
Vti. The following persons" won these
f Lynn Parsons La Mascota
- Traveling kit.; s, J. sxacy, jea-
ar Hindustan One pair vases
for lamps;- Ruth Richmond, Zig
Zia liVadies material for dress
Sykes Robert, Felix Maduro -spe
cial Yardley Setr Mrs. Ann Greene.
Casa Fastlich Doulton China
six cups and saucers, and six
bread and butter plates: R. R
Grassan. L; E, Glud Special la
dies traveling bag: i w. JJona
Jr., Jhangimal and Sons lounge
chair special; Judy Brown, Jtter Jtter-curio
curio Jtter-curio Jewelry Store Sterling ail
ver plate: V Gelstbn, Sears Roe-!
buck Co. Special lames travel
ing bae: ack Dinar. Bazar i ran
ces special trade $10,000 mer
chandise; a. t. tiaggerty, ao
Mendez Jewelry Store special
inlaid .Platte: J. U. Myers, Mot-
tas China six cups and sauc-
ers; D. D. Keigley, Lums store-
special market basket; and Mrs.
J. Barrera. Camuo A. Porras
Coty -perfume set and srystal de-j
canter was coueciea py iuckjt win winner.
ner. winner. wh was present. ;
Unclaimed prizes can De pu-
tained by calling on the manager
of the American Legion uud any
afternoon after ,4 p.m. by present
ing your ticket stub. v ir? t
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BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
AT a recent family Kathering,
Frank's three-year-old brother
crabbed some paper be 'was draw
ing on and ripped it. When Frank
complained of this to his mother,
an uncle called him a "cry ba-
Confidei hlstlnother, "The"fact
is. Frank has become a terrible
whiner. Nothing suits him. : He's
coo jealous of his toys and upset
by trifles. The younger boy has a
much sunnier disposition. -Of
course hu has. The young
er boy jiasks ih the freedom to
TIP:. Ul UIUUJU 0
I'm sure, does not eniov such free
dom. Refused his brother's direct
release of aggressiveness, w a a t
can he do with his but whine it?
We whine our fear oi attacwng
someone by direct words or ac action.
tion. action. 'In an older child, the whine
is often a substitute for such at-
tiek on i vouneer one. And it u
siiallv develops along with the
younger one's emergence from ba babyhood.
byhood. babyhood. .." ; v ,-. ;
i THIS is natural.
Not long ago, Frank became
brother to a baby with whom he
had to shar Mommy that sup-
preme possession. That was ap-
. I V T i
f Now It's worse. Now Ft a nk
finds- himself brother: not to
crib-bound baby, but to another
free-wheeling child w hose en encroachment
croachment encroachment is extended to all his
possessions. Today, his 1 1 1 1 1 e
brother can move in on ms draw
ing paper as he once took 'over
Mommy; 1 .&it'Xry: -j.-: :;;,! 5: ;t
;S. Under these strained ? circular
stances he feels constant uncer uncertainty
tainty uncertainty and angry apprehension. If
he doesn't' feel free to confide
these feelingi to us, what do we
exoect him to do with them?
Of course nothing "suits" Frank
just now. How could it? He is
bursting to cry. "My little broth
er is bad and I wish : I didn't
hnvft him!": Denied this direct
statement, he can only expose his)
litjle brother's badness by snow snowing,
ing, snowing, us how cruelly it victimizes
him. 'i-::-r?.':" ''-.! ,.' .';'' v'-S
THE bigger x the rip in his pa-
ner. the more hopelessly broxen
his dumo trucx, tne more painiui
the scratch he's been given, the
more urgent, he hints, is his suf sufferingand
feringand sufferingand the blacker the bad
ness of the brother who inflicts it.
WKe nis wmning, ms pessimism
2424 Morgan Avenue, Balboa, receive the keys to her new
Chevrolet Bel-Air station wagon from Cmdr. J., A. Eastwood,'
chairman of the 1957 Navy Relief drive.;: Mrs, Douglas- is
' presently attached to- the disbursing section of the XJ.S. Naval
' t Base, Rodman. (U.8. Navy Photo) -,vf.:,
Pilot Spols Wife
Stranded in Hills;
Heal Killed Husband
CASTALON, Tex., July 2 (UP)
A low-flying pilot has touno
stranded alone m Wild
Tpxs mountains since 'ler bus
band died of heat exhaustion six
dava aco when he went for help
to dia out their sandtrapped sta
Rescuers on horseback reached
Mm. Clifford S. White. 46, of
Houston, about three hours after
she was spotted from the air and
waved frantically back to the
She was carried to a base camp
at the foot of the mountains,
where a doctor treated, her lor
exposure and starvation. A Civil
To turn a child into a' whiner,
all we hav to do is make him
scared f criticizing another one.
We do it by irritable condemna condemnation
tion condemnation of "quarreling," by prema-j
ture demands for brotherly love;
by the intonation and gestures by
which' we adults demonstrate our
impatient disinterest in children's
conflicts an 1 make the older one
responsible for "peace."
The winner's recovery is n 1 s
parent's recovery from romantic
expectations of childhood.
Drowned Conies To
In Strange Cily
PASCO, Wash. July 2 (UP)-A
clergyman who lost his memory
while boating in Idaho' two months
ago said today regaining it was
like "coming out of a tunnel."
' The Rev. Andrew Daughters, 37,
rector of the Episcopal Church
here, was reunited with his wife
and four sons arter coming w
lack lor inclusion in thh
column should bt lubmittcd in
typa-writttn form and miiUd
Iho boa numbar lirtod daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise,", or dolivand
by hand to the office. Noticos of
meotinft cannot bo accoptod by
taUphona. -: -; 'A;-. r, V
Junt a P omonina '''it'. K
Do Bonoficoncla h
Moots Tomorrow v
The Junta Femenina de Benefi-
cencia (Ladies Welfare G r o u n)
win meei. a, ueaaes au tomor.
xuw i p.m.. i:,:-:;t'Z
Ship; Master Winner
Of Second Prize In
tlavy Relief Raffle
' -The' too prize In this year's Na
vy Relief Drive (a 1957 Chevrolet
(Bel-Air nation wagon) was won
? by a Navy civilian employe, Mrs,
B. Douglas, of 2424 Morgan
s Ave., Balboa. Mrs. Douglas is pres pres-vently
vently pres-vently attached to the disbursing
section of the U. S. Naval Station
-rRodman. j -.
ei Second prize, the w i n n e T's
v choice between a Johnson 18 horse
power outboard: motor, or a Ben
dix duomatic washer-dryer, wen
- to Capt. B. H. Reid, master-- of
r the USNA : Parkersburg, ( a Mili-
tary"Sea Transportaion Service
i bnii.). Reid gave his home ad ad-dress
dress ad-dress as Dorchester, Mass.. how how-ever,
ever, how-ever, he has not been notified of
his second place .win, and it is
- not known which one of the prizes
' he will select, -v -"
Winner of the third prize was
' Chief .Communications Technician
P. Pice. USN, of the 'Coco Solo
Naval -Station. Rice selected tne
t .eccni "supernova" sewing mi mi-'chine
'chine mi-'chine is his prize, rather thanthe
" RCA 21-inch TV set
- Winners -of the Other five priz priz-'j
'j priz-'j eS, in. the form of $2S U. S. sav saving
ing saving bonds, are as follows: F. J.
; Meisingerr Cristobal; fourth prize,
Lydia Czapeh, -f the 15th Naval
District public works office; fifth
prize, Charles McConnev. Citcl
- Heights,., sith. Jack Robertson,
- Balboa, seventh, and K e a t h o n
Sir Anlhony Eden's
First Wile Dies
At 51 In London
LONDON, July 2 (UP) -r. Mrs.
Beatrice Helen Beckett Eden, 61,
first wife of Sir Anthony Eden,
died Saturday after a long illness,
it was disclosed today.
She married Eden in 1924 when
be was a struggling young mem member
ber member of Parliament. He divorced
her in 1950 on grounds of deser desertion.
tion. desertion. The case was not contested.
Mrs. Eden had been living in
London since November when she
came here to recuperate from an
operation she underwent in New
- the Edens began drifting apart
before World War, II because of
his preoccupation with politics;
and she was once Quoted as sav
ing "Anthony has no interests but
Eden is now married to Claris
sa Spencer Churchill, niece of Sir
The Edens had two sons, Si
mon, who was killed during the
war when bis fighter plane was
shot down over Burma, and Nich
olas, who works In a London
Jones, boatswain mate third class,
USN, of the Coco Sole Naval Sta
tion, eighth prize.
An additional prize of a 125 aav-
fng bond was awarded to Santiago
A. Kellys, a civilian employe of
the Rodman. NavaL Station's mo
tor pool, wwo sold the winning
ticket to Mrs. Douglas..
sent to take her to a hospital in
The country in which Mrs.1
White was stranded is among the
most rugged in Texas. The tem
peratures range from near freez
ing at nisrht to 115 to izu in me
Junioer trees cling to the sides
of the mountains, where mountain
lions ana wild hogs. roam, deadly
rattlesnakear infef the n.ni toay
slopes. tr-ftww.rwi.'MV 1
' The search for Mrs. White be
gan -late Xuesaay when her bus?
band'k body was found where be
dropped as he tried to walk 15
miles in scorching beat to get
help.1 Their air conditioned car
hadoecome stuck in sand.
Hopes for Mrs. White's rescue
were spurred yesterday when
searchers spotted what appeared
to be fresh tracks leading to high
ground on Backbone Ridge.
A border patrol pilot ,went out
today on a low-flying search. He
said he saw a figure standing near
what appeared to be a cave about
5,700 feet up the ridge and new
low enough to see Mrs. White's
blonde hair and pedal pusher
The pilot dropped emergency ra rations
tions rations to her and. she .anatched
them up andx retreated to the
shade to eat.
be the first food
sincer her husband
The Dilot saia he
cave orooablv saveoVMrs. White
from the heat that killed her
Air Patrol ambulance plane was'at a Sun(iay service in San Fran
Cisco's Grace Cathedral.
His family had believed him
drowned in a sudden squall.
Daughters was unable to give
any accbunt of the weeki "lost
out of my life." But he recalled
the day he went boating on Lake
Coeur D'Alene, ldano, on April
26. :,;:t.v;' :,
"I set out to. paddle my boat
across an arm of the lake aftef a
conference at the cburchr,amp,7
he tiai&A squall amr upland
it was rough, but the boat did .not
overturn. I remember docking the
boat ;f V ... ... .,:
"The last thing I remember Is
stepping up on the dock. Then the
next thing I remember is looking
up outside the church In San Fran
Cisco. I remember the service on
ly vaguely..." ;-
NEW YORK. Julv 2 (UP)
Specialty stocksissues such as
Haveg Industries which ran up
nyv pomwieaturea a firm.
generally quiet session on the
stock exchange yesterday.
The main body of stocks 'moved
In routine fashion which left the
Dow-Jones average of '65 repre
sentative stocks up .19 point on
the day at 173 99. ;
Volume increased to 1,840,000
shares, from 1,770,00G on Friday.
Haveg, an 18-point eainer last
week, was the big feature on its
run-up to a new high at 81. Do Do-beckman
beckman Do-beckman climbed 3 points to 45
as merger with Dow Chemical
was approved. Dow, however,
lost 1?4 to 62.
There were gains of a point or
more in Du Pont In the chemi chemicals,
cals, chemicals, Barber, Gulf and Sun In the
oils, Coming and Owens Illinois
in the glass issues, Freeport in
the "sulphurs, Federated and J.
C. Penaey in the department
stores, McKesson Robbins in the
pharmaceuticals; in blue chip
American Telephone, in De Vil Vil-blss,
blss, Vil-blss, International circuit Break Breaker,
er, Breaker, Beckman Instruments, Amer American
ican American Machine and Foundry in
On the other hand, declines of
around l or more points appear appeared
ed appeared In Eastman Kodak in the
chemicals, Skelly and Texas Co.
in the oils, Lukeng n the steels,
Douglas and United in the air air-crafts.
As measured by the Dow-Jones
averages, industrials closed un unchanged
changed unchanged at 503.29; rails up .03 at
148.49: utilities up .44-at 70.28.;..
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OETTYSBURG. Pa.. July
UP)-Preident Eisenhower cele
brated hit 41it weddiatf anniver-
trv yesterday with 18 holes of
eon and a quiet luncn at mi iarm
home here with Mrs. cisennower.
The President, in obvious good
humor, seemed well pleased with
his pre-luncheon came at the nine-
hole country elub course.
At one point Eisenhower drew
the acclaim- of his foiling companions.-
Mai Gen. Leonard D.
Heaton, commandant of the Wal Walter
ter Walter Reed Army Medical Center,
and Brig. Gen. (ret.) Arthur S.
Nevins, a Gettysburg neighbor.
That came when he swatted a
250-yard vdrive down the fairway
on the 10th hole. c
"I like that baby,"
. kwas believed to ins lecrer I i
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"You never hit better ball In
your life," Heaton replied. '
The president teed off at t:0S
a.m. and completed the 18 holes
bolei at 11:35 a.m.
lunch with Mrs,. Eisenhower at
noon the hour they were mar
iried on July L 191S m Denrer.
i The Eisenhower had a few dose
friends in to help them mark the
occasion. But the gifts they ex exchanged
changed exchanged were not disclosed
Eisenhower played the nine-hole
Gettysburgh eolf course twice to
make the full IS boles. Newsmen
were able-to watch him on the
1st. 9th loth and 18th holes at
he was going out and coming back
at 11:35 am.' ?.
As usual the President's score
was not disclosed ., ...-.
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RUIAKY V.LUD ama Saturday night are guest of honor Gov, William E. Potter; outgoing president Ted.
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seph Joseph Fuchs, his wife and ac accompanist
companist accompanist Arthur Balsam
tie shown on their arrival at
Tocumen last week. Fuchs
gave a recital at the Tea Tea-tro
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" ,A group of American girls are greeted on their arrival rn Panama by Mr. and Mrsv
UADin CCIinUCUID Cilberto Baian, Mrs. Baxan is the president of the World Fellowship Organiza-'
WUKLU rtLLUVljnIr tion which Is. sponsoring .a program. xf 'student exchanges. These girls, wh
CYrUAMrC CTIinMTC a" from New, York .State, have just finished High School,, and plan t take
CALnANut. jIUUCIll J C0Urses at the. University of Panama. .rjir
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Lined up on Pier 18 in Balboa in front of a Panama. Raifroad lo'comotiv Is a large
group of transportation and' Terminals Bureau employes' who contributed to an
? AWADn DDCCPMTPn 0Uisi&nmS sarfety record in 1956. The occasion was the formal presentation of
:, AWAIyU rKCjCNICLJ' ; the-National Safety Council's-highest award for achievement accident prevention.
It was one of five such ceremonies this week, similar awards having been won by the' Company-Government
" f as'; a whole, and three other bureaus. Left to right In front are: C. 0. Kellar, Chief of the Safety Branch; Gov Gov-,ernor
,ernor Gov-,ernor W. E. Potter; Lt. Gov. H. W Schu'll Jr., B. I. Ever son, Transportation and Terminals Director who received
the Award of Honor for his unit; and pen. Clen E. Edgerton, member of the Company's Board who presented
th trophy for the National Safety Council.
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Of LAW STUDENTS
u Mist Naomi Moreno Is crowned Queen of the law students
at the University f Panama-Jby Miss Betsy J. Safran, an
exchange student from Buffalo, New York. Betsy t here
for the summer as one of the participants in the World
: fellowship plan.
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- One, of several high awards won by tha Health Bureau was placed on display at Corgas
HLJH BUREAU Hospital after' ceremonies abova vyere completed. The new trophy It the National Safety
TA VCC A ROW Council's Award of Honor for an outstanding aafety record In 1956. Left to right itvfront
A DUll are: Governor W. E. Potter; Robert P.' Burroughs, Company Board- member who pre presented
sented presented the plaque for the National Safety Council; Col. Charles O. Bruce who accepted the trophy for the bu bureau;
reau; bureau; J. Palmer Smith, Chief of the Sanitation Division and Safety Representative cf the' Health Bureau; and
C O. Kellar, Chief of the Saety Branch. The presentation ceremonies were held in front of the Corgas Hospital
administration building. Flanking the group in front are nurses, safety, representatives, and Canal officials wfio
'attended the ceremony held earlier this week. s r ;t ;. ; .... V.i- ; .... ... f
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ALL-SEEING 'CYCLOPS' The giant telescopic eye of this TPR (Telescopic Photo-
graphic Recorder) can track and photograph a pop bottle four miles away. The
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ness vast-ness of the Antarctic is this photo of a helicopter
I'fViJ (arrow) readme lo, take off from a small. area In
si- jC85tw - .rr 3k aerial survey 01 some u inousana square mnes mere.
HEADING FOR PORT The billowing white sails of a sleek yacht catch the silver
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ceilings of caverns. ,This.;
unique bieuaeuic vigan
found in the Ballroom" of,
the ; caverns at 'Luray, Va.
.This organ is the largest in
thA world and still crowine.
for it can be made to include'-.
all tunable stalactites in the
64-acre caverns. Leland?
. Sprinkle, an electronic scien-
tist at jhe Pentagon, spent
three years in developing it
The stalactites1., were ground
:' i;ith alumikum oxide sand-
. ing discs. A. set, of English f
tuning; forks i(and precision
oscilators formed the precise
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DEAD SEA SCROLLS, have given lis 'material for a better'
understanding of? the-New Testament. and early Christianity,1
according to Yale University prof essor Miller Burroughs. -"Everything
that is Important for Judaism in the last two-or-three
centuries before Christ and in th first century AD is"
i-'important also for Christianity," he said recently,- r ',;
Dead Sea Scroll Will Be)
Dixussed Tonight At KSI
- Ever since the first scrolls in
a cave near me nwiiirain.
shore of the Dead Sea have' been
uncovered a great controversy
haseen raging among Old Tes
tament scholars. Numerous
books have been published on
the subject Some very scholarly
and others, bnTa. more popular
level. Somereven became best
Since someOf the manuscripts
Quill In; Protest,
Of Noaro Minister
inn ANGELES. July 2 (VP)-M
The active-member smj ot ine au-
white Norttundie Avenue Meino-
disjt Church quit' in a botiy.sunaay
nlBht in protest to the appointment
lof a wegro. psior t f
I ? Chairman S M.i SesP of the
nine-mait board J of trustees said
appointment' Dy oisnop reraia xi.
JCennedv of Nero Pastor -Nelson
B. Higginir was made without con-i
suiting either the' ooaro or
parishioners.;', ,1 T, J
-iTha minsterschisduled'.td as
sume his pastorate today,, is the
first Nc(gro to be named .to ny
hnt in iU 'Neero church in. the
history of the, Southern California-
, Higgins said the. membership's
action did not bother him. He said
his appointment; was a "greater
challenge' than ever .to rebuild
God's house on the ruins of ne-
glect." -He said he had received
"scores of asmiances that people,
both white and Negroe. wiD re
place those members who have re-
aigned.':.:. ' r -
Dr. Ear W. Ragsdale. Lo An-
ireles. superintendent, said the
church' had to be dosed entirely
or changed to provids. service for
the growing Negro population in
the area. .. -.
may be about 1,000 years older
than any hither known Bible
manuscripts It Is no wonder that
they are very important to the
study of the Hebrew language I
The opinions of the scholars
vary1 greatly; some believe they
are a hoax and others maintain
they are from the first or, sea
and century B.C.E. Still others
claim they are of Karaite origin
from the middle ages and a few
scholars are still undecided;
Rabbi Isaac Newman, who Is
at' home in" many languages- and
can read Hebrew manuscripts
with, remarkable ease, will speak
on the subject of the Dea Sea
scrolls tonight at 8:00 o'clock at
the Community Hall of Temple
Kol Shearith Israel, 36th and
Cuba Ave. This lecture is open
to the public and Questions will
be answered. Music and reiresn reiresn-ment
ment reiresn-ment will be provided. (
Local Jclchl 5hov,i
'Big 'Beat: Slaled
At Paraiso Theater
A show featuring local 'talent
will be held at the Paraiso Thea
ter Sunday. July 14. starting at
3 p.m. Appearing on the show, the
"Bie Beat.' wUl be:
The Gay Crooners; the Sta'r Sta'r-lights;'
lights;' Sta'r-lights;' the Monarchs; "Beppo"
Dudley and his quartet; Victor
(Boa and his Rockets; "Sir'V Ja-
blonskl; Norman and Siebert: Pe Pe-pe
pe Pe-pe and Yolanda; Evelyn Wilson;
Glenvilie Davis: waiter rnomas:
Olivia Thousand, and tile Ford
Master of ceremonies; for the
occasion, will be Erlin Conliffe;
the host, Philip Walker.
Tickets now on- sale at popular
rices are available at the' Salon
stadio, NoVedades Lamont on M
The. master cutler of Sheffield .and stpalc knlvp anil fniif n H
England, Sir Peter Roberts, sailssteak forks. A meat carving knife
me, ana iotk, a game carvine Ktiite
for, the United States aboard
Mauretania today taking with him
a sift ot sterling
( The girl, from the Ancient Com
pany uS Cutlers and made bv Shef-
field creaftmen will be presents
ea to .ne f resiaent at, tne White
House on July 15 or 16.. . x
i Sir Peter, who" will be accom-
nanied: bv )Ladv Roberts will at.
tent a dinner to be given in his
honor by? the. Amrican Iron and
Steel Institute in New York on Ju
ly lt.i Sue Peter will also snend
three days in Milwaukee, Wl s.,
where he will meet American busi business
ness business men to- talk .about Sheffield
industry.- v 1 c
The Coflr' 'frift te Prtsidenf
Ciaenhowtr is belna midt n
token .bf appreciation for his
starvipj i toldiar and Itader,
especially hi wartime associa
tien with Sir Winston Churchill.
1 he full inscrmtion encravM nn
Honduras mahoeanv four-draw
er la Die cabinet reads: "To: the
Honorable Dwieht D. Elsenhriwfir.
President of the United States of
America, in appreciation of his
courage and leadership when he
and the Right Honorable Sir Win
ston rtnarchw and the t U n i ted
siaies ,ana tne iirmsn Force
fought to gether as allies against
the powers of dictatorshiD. Pre
sented on behalf of the Company 1
oi cuuers in nauamsnire'in the
County, of York.; Eneland. bv Sir
Peter Roberts, Master Cutler, J956-
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Heading tne insenption is the
United Stater Coat of Arms and
at the foot the Cutlers' Company
Coat of, Arms. The set of pearl-!
handled knives and sterling silver
spoons end forks for ,18 persons is
similar to that presented to Sir
Winston-Churchifl, when he be
came Freeman of Sheffield in 1951.
It includes table, butter, fruit i
and steel complete the set. The
silver cutlery for stainless steel blades of the knives
are of taper point style, super super-mirror
mirror super-mirror polished and etched with
the Cutlers' Company Coat of
Arms. The meat- and game carv
ers also bear a fascimile of the
Master Cutler's signature.
s The cabinet and cutlery have
been produced' by three Sheffield
firmsWalker and Hall. Ltd.,
George Ibberson and Company and
Harrison growers ana Howson.
Sir Roberts, chairman of- New
ton Chambers, and Co., Ltd., of
Thorncliffe. near Sheffield, is the
direct descendant of Robert Sors Sors-by
by Sors-by who, in 1624 was installed the
first master of the Cutler's Com Company.
He is' a member of Parliament,
representing the Heeley Dvision of
Sheffield.: Besides h i s business
meetings,' while in the United
States he will be taking a close
and interested note of American
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Bible Class Meets
The Curundu Woman's Bible
Class will, meet tomorrow morn
ing after- an absence of ; t h r e e
weeks on account of the different
Bible School in th churches. Mss
Elthon of the Central i American
Mission will continue the study in
the book of Jeremiah
The class will continue to meet
eaeft' Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. in
Today, Tuesday, July 2
P.M. v .;
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (re--
- (re-- quests taken by phuna
- tiu 3:00)
8:35 What's Your Favorite
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: 15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
8:30 On sta g e America
' (WRUL) -7:00
Interlude For Music
7:15 HOW CHRISTIAN SCI
7:30 VOA Report Frqm U S.
8:00 World Of Jazz
8 : 30 Life With The Lyons
9:00 You Asked For It (re (requests
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10:30 Music Fom Hote) El Pan-
10 :49 Temple Of. Dreams
11:00 Concert Under, The Stars
12:00 Sign Off,
the home of Mrs. Milton K. Lei Lei-dig,
dig, Lei-dig, 2053 B West Third Street in
Curundu. This class, us open to
all women of the community and
the isthmus The caiss period ad
journs at 10:30 a.m.
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PHOTO SHOWN AT HOFFA TRIAL i This Is on ot the
photos that was introduced at the James Hoffa trial In v Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. It allegedly shows John Cye Cheasty, star government
witness, trading secret papers from the files of the: Select
Senate Committee to -Teamsters Vice President Hoffa (right)
for $2,(100. The meeting was said to have taken place near
Dupont Circle In Washington on March 12. y
Tomorrow, Wednesday, JulyJ
6:00 Sign On Alarm clock
Club (requests taken by
phone till 7:00) r .
7:30 Morning Salon Concert
8: 15 Church In The Wildwood
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 As I See It
10:15 Spins and Needles (re
; quests taken by phone
U:05-pins and .Keedles
icons a; ..
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:05 Lunch time Melodies.
12:15 MEL ACHRINO MUSI-
12 : 30 Musical Travelogue
1:00 News' ' '!'
1:15 Music, Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
-1 :45 French In The 'Air
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2 : 15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30-i-Muslc For You -8:00
Hank v: snow .And His
Rainbow Ranch Boys
1 : 15 Sammy Kay e Show
S :30 Music For Wednesday
4:00 Feature Review
, 4:30 What'a, Jfour '..Favorite
' .' (requests w. t a k n by
l;30 News 1
1:35 What's Your Favorite
6:00-i-Allen Jackson (News)
8:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
8:30 Hawaii calls (WRUL)
7:00 Halls Of Ivy
7:30 VOA Report From UJS.
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Musical Theater
9:00 You Asked For it (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00 Sign Off.
ftnrv hrS lKS wTourieni.5arBoaa were lnJured' none seriously,' when this three three-f
f three-f i?,52!ia,Maat;,,w!?Je2B Ung ieauap sed -at Hartford, Cbnn. Three families, including
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TUESDAY; JTJLT 1857
Braves, Redlegs Lose
To Tighten NX. Chase
By MILTON RlCHMAN
? NEW YORK, July 2 (UP) One stroke of Mick Mick-iy
iy Mick-iy Mantle's bat literally a Ughtningr shot in the
dark was all the Yankees needed to put some day day-fight
fight day-fight between them and the second-place White Sox,
That stroke by Mantle'" with
sne out In the 10th inning : 'last
tight resulted in his 22nd homer
Df theiMMOnv blOw tnt pro pro-luced
luced pro-luced sVSL victory ovep Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore and fetched -the Yankees'
lead to-two' games ever Chicago.
Mantle whha ad his- trou troubles
bles troubles from time to time with Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore rjitchlmr. had the satis
faction of walloping his homer
ff ace reliever George Zuverink,
who had entered the game after
th nrioles had tied the score
reh a run in the last of
The Yankee slugger had the
lddedv satisfaction of winning the
tame before 45,276 fans, largest
srowd ever to- witness a mJul
league night game in Baltimore.
White? Ford, making his
first appearance since being
sidelined with a sore shoulder,
' JMtay 21, was credited with the
' victory in relief although Bob
; Grim had to bail him out When
the Orioles threatened in the
bottom Of the 10th. It was the
fifth straight Yankee triumph.
4 Detroit toppled the White
tox, -2; Kansas City snapped
' inll-stame losing streak with a
. . ... 1 1 n4
t l0-3 decision Over uiev.eia."u, uu
r7ashington nipped Boston, 5-4.
The St. Lpbis Cardinals cut
lUilwaukee's lead in the National
League to a half game with a 9 9-t
t 9-t victory over the Braves; the
! Phillies defeated the Pirates, 5 5-'
' 5-' I- Brooklyn licked the Giants, 3 3-J
J 3-J I Jrnd the Cubs blanked Cincin Cincin-i
i Cincin-i iatL 6-0.
f cnjarlie Maxwell got the Tigers
i If f-winging against the White
' tox with a two-run homer off
!Fim Wilson -In the first inning
i IfidLAl Kallne also homered in
Bae sixth to start a three-run
itu Tnirv jim Runnlne struck
lint seven and yielded, eight hits,
V eluding a homer by Minnie
t"I iflnsn In recording his ninth
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Athletics, .who hadn't
never lost it. The Braves threat threat-ened
ened threat-ened in the fifth inning when
Hank Aaron hit his 24th home
and Wes Covington homered
with one on. Herm WehmelerJ
who relieved Dickson, was the
winner. .. v ';
Granny, Hamner and Rip Re-'
pulski each drove in two runs In
a five-run eighth inning rally
that produced Philadelphia's
victory over Pittsburgh. Pirate
starter Ronnie Kline had a three
the hit shutout until the Phillies
knocked him out in the eigntn.
Jim Hearn was credited witji the
victory in relief of Jack Sanford.
Fourth Of July
Don Drysdale of the Dodgers
cooled off the red-hot Giants on
five hits as Junior Gilliam play played
ed played a key role in Brooklyn's tri triumph
umph triumph with a first inning homer
and a brilliant performance a a-fleld.
fleld. a-fleld. The loser was southpaw
Johnny Antonelli, who gave up
six hits before retiring for a
pinch hitter in the eighth.
Rookie pitcher Dick Drott of
the Cubs celebrated his 21st
birthday by striking out eight
batters and holding Cincinnati
to four scattered hits in register registering
ing registering his seventh victory. The
Cubs collected ten hits, includ including
ing including a homer by Walt Moryn, as
Joe Nuxhall suffered his .fifth
Balboa will enter a strong con
tineent in the Elk's Fourth of Ju
ly .swimming meet at Gamboa, In
the six to twelve-year-old group
we find youngsters Steve and John Johnny
ny Johnny Townsend, Jimmy and Tommy
Gangle, Andy Jacobson, (ill
VaucheC. Pat Basham, GayhjA
britton, Martin Holmes, Jerry
Mann, Catherine Kasher, and- Ja
. The 13 to 16-year-old group lacks
the Quantity -but certainly has the
quality. Among tne top periorm-
ers are Mike Rudee. Tom boaon.
Danielle llarned, Charlotte Schultz,
Hugh Harvey, Charles Bradshaw,
Harriet Gunderson,' and Kay Flowr
Mnct nF th Ttalhna Hi eh School
swimming team will also be avail
able for this meet, lop entrants
will include champion performers
like Judy Engelke, Marie JEberenz;
Don;Ryter, Joe,Blackbunu Allan
Scott,, and Sam Rowley.
Officials for the meet are as fol
lows: referee Henry Leisy, starter
Charles Connor, chief judge Luke
Palumbo. iudees Bob Eneelke, Lar
rv Chance, and Hod Jenner, chief
timer Georee Case, timers Joe
Hickev. Vic Melant and Betty Ber
ry, clerR of course wane tu
nor. recorders uetty Maione ana
Frank Keillv dispatcher Frank
Marczak, announcer Walt MiKU-
ii wonM rame since June 19, hop hop-ped
ped hop-ped on Early Wynn for five
runsin the first inninf t
"rlineJI their victory miainst
Cleveland. Tim Thompsons
hreemn homer was the big
ifclow In the first inniny assault
ln Wynn. Even with that lead,
'-K.ni Titr starter Arnie Por-
1 1 tocarrero' seeded teUef v f rem
Tom Gorman, who was the
; Ike Delock's walk to Bob Ush Ush-ir
ir Ush-ir with the bases full in the
; Seventh Inning enabled the Sen-
itors to score the tie-breaking
,'fin in their game with the Red
'kox. Reliever Pedro Ramos held
Boston hitless over the last four
i linings to gain his sixth victory
'nd snap afive-game JRed Sox
: Two errors by Eddie Mathews
nd two by Johnny Logan help help-S
S help-S Id the Cardinals to five uneam uneam-d
d uneam-d runs as they ended slx slx-Vame
Vame slx-Vame Milwaukee winning streak.
the Cards staked their starter.l
Murry Dickson, to a 5-1 lead ana
Bryan Regrets Top
Monza Race Boycott
MONZA. Ualv (UP1 Jimmy
Bryan's only regret after winning
the Monza 500 auto race was xnai
imost of Europe's top drivers had
boycotted the event.
"I sure would have liked a
crack' at those top (European)
guys, the cigar ehomping vet veteran
eran veteran from Phoeni, ArJz. admit admitted
ted admitted following his victory Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. The continental speedsters,
members of the newly formed
Professional Drivers Union, con
tended that the "high-speed" Mon
za track would be too dangerous
and demanded it be run on the
Bryan, driving a Dean Van
Lines Special, disproved the Eu
ropeans claims Dy averaging
160.057 miles per hour and outdis outdistancing
tancing outdistancing the 11 other starters, eight
of them Americans.
(Bated en 175 official at bats)
P and C GAB RH Pet.
Fondy. Pitt. 61 246 30 88 .358
Musial, St. Louis 69 275 45 96 .349
Aaron, Mil. 73 311 59 105 .338
Robinson, Cinci 71 288 55 94 .326
Mays, New York 71 274 55 89 .325
Hodges iBkn 66 255 37 83 .325
Ci'moli, Bkn. 61 248 43 79 .319
Groat. Pitt. 45 185 19 57 .308
Schoendienst, Mil. 69 301 38 92 .306
Moryn, Chicago 64 229 34 7Q .306
Mantle,. Nt- Yi 70 238 64 92 .287
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SWIM STAR About two months ago following the Elk's
Youth Day meet in Gamboa, Helen George of Gatun was de described
scribed described as one o the most powerful young swimmers ever
seen. That day the 12-year-old Miss dominated every event
she entered, winning three Individual championships and
anchoring the girls winning relay tearrt. To predict that she
will duplicate this feat in the Elk's Fourth of July meet
. would. hardly make anyone a seer arriong prognosticators.
Boyd, Bait. -,
Skowron, N. Y
65 228 53 82 .360
68 225 40 76 .338
71 291 33 97 .333
71 276 44 91 .330
73 283 36 90 .318
65 252 37 80 .317
69, 240 41 74 ,308
65?250 43 76 ;.304
71 277 41 84 .303
By Conrado Sargeant
An Indefinite suspension to ap: winning races and earning a lot
picnuce jocney ueiso (jnavez ana: oi money.
CANADAIGUA, N.Y. (UP)
Donald Campbell of England, the
world's water speed king, plans to
test his jet-propelled hydroplane,
Bluebird, on Canadaigua Lake
Thursday. Campbell used the
same craft to achieve 225.6 m.p.h.
last year in England.
Canadian Teams Celebrate
ilOominion Day By Sweeping
Couple Of Doubleheaders
;JEW YORK, July 2 (UP)-Ca-
iadian teams on the top and bot bot-,
, bot-, Jlom of the International League
Celebrated Dominion Day in the
'f League-leading Toronto swept a
- ooliday twin-bill from Richmond,
,1-1, and 6-4, yesterday while last last-place
place last-place Montreal defeated Columbus,
,1-3, and 2-1 in 14 innings, in night
ction, Miami edged Rochester,
L, and Havana tripped Buffalo,
! Toronto scored twice in the ninth
Inning of the first game to en en-ble
ble en-ble reliever ob Tiefenauer to
ifein hist hird win in 5 decisions.
14 the second contest, Stan Jok
' Ind Rocky Nelson connected for
tbomers as Johnny Schmitz picked
p his sixth victory. The double
!kss dropped the slumping Vees in
o third place, three and a half
fames." behind the Leafs.
It RenC Valdes pitched the entire
'14 inning nightcap for Montreal to
Jfcest tne Jet George o uonneu. in
;fi epener, .-.Billy Harris came
vWoustt wHJi his second straight
'mplie game victory for an 8-5
I? Havana and Buffalo each hit
two homers but the Cubans' blasts
came with a man on each time to
break a five-game losing streak.
Oscar Sierra and Witty Quintana
wese the run producers for Hava Havana,
na, Havana, while Luke Easter and Lou
Ortiz hit solo homers for the Bi Bisons.
sons. Bisons. Tom Qualters, second of three
Miami pitchers, got credit for the
victory when the Marlins scored
twice in the seventh inning off
The standings and linescores:
Miami 000 000 200 Z 6
Rochester 009 100 000 1 5 0
Bunker Qualters (5). Snyder (7)
and Bucha; G. Blaylock and
Havana 002 002 000 4 I 1
Buffalo 000 101 000 111 0
.Amor and Izouierde; Coleman
and Ne&e. HRS-Sierra, Easter,
Toronto 2, Richmond 1.
Toronto Richmond 4.
Montreal 6. Columbus 3.
Montreal 2. Columbus V
Williams, Red Sox
RUNS BATTED IN
Malzone, Red Sox
Jensen, Red Sox
eight-meet suspensions to
Concepcion Ruiz and Emilio Da Da-rio
rio Da-rio topped the- list of penalties
meted out by the track stewards
over the weekend.
Chavez, who after five years of
riding has not reached the mini minimum
mum minimum of 30 victories to shed his'
three-pound allowance, is consid considered
ered considered fnrnmnptent. and a hnrwMejiS
16 case hv the stewards. Thev nlan
15 1 npH the Inripflnlto niisnpnslnn nn
him and recommended to the
Panama Gambling control Board
mat his iicense De aeiinneiy re-
W L Pet.
(Based .on 7 decisions)
Sanford, Phils Phils-Bunning,
Bunning, Phils-Bunning, Tigers
Skeet and Trap specialist of the
Cristobal Gun Club uttered tne
lawn with fragmented clays at the
regular Wednesday afternoon ex
ercises of June 26, as Tom Sell
ers, the near-perfect gun p 1 a t t-form,
form, t-form, cosed out smoothly swing swinging
ing swinging R. C Casanova and Art Sutton
with a best individual Skket round
of 23 against their 22 each.
Joe Keuters .410. responded
sympathetically te expert urging
for three rounds at 19 each go,
and William B r a d L similarly
lightly armed, shorted the flight
of 18 targets. Frank Chollar got
Brandl repeated lor 25 straight
at 16-yard Trap. Casanova and
Chollar followed with 24 a pice.
then Joel Cook with 22 and Kueter
with 20, Sellers, .choked for Skeet,
minated-oaly te destroy 16.
George Loop dropped to 13, but is
Chavez fell from the saddle
soon after the start of Sunday's
fifth race while riding Olimpico.
Ruiz was punished for crossing
Pangola with Naranjazo when he
. j changed his course in the home-
uu.no wna oci, uuwn lor crush crushing
ing crushing Que Lindo and Don Manuel
with El Profesor in Sunday's
The trainers of "Paparrorra
and Ezcasay, Gerardo, Molina
and Alberto Garcia, respec respectively,
tively, respectively, were fined $10 each for
sending- their horses late to
the receiving barn.
Paparrorra was also sus
pended lor 21 days for pulling up
Principe de Gales, a trailer in
Sunday's second race, was given
an eight meet suspension.
Persiflage got 21 days for
winding up- lame in Saturday's
iirsi race. s
Tlburon, which bled from the
nose in Saturday's first race,
was set down for 15 days ty the
Colifato, Chancerita and ea
rn a rgo must attend schooling
practice at the starting gate.
The Henco-Janina match race
has been officially sanctioned by
track manager Pablo A. Thayer.
The six-furlong contest will take,
place Sunday at the President
Remon racetrack. j
The owners' of Henco, the
Stud Los Siete, and Janina's own-!
ers. Carlos and Fernando Eleta,
have deposited checks of $1,000
each as their bet on the race.
The track management has'
promised that a purse will also
be put up for the event r
It will be the first match race
between natives since El Maestro
beat Renovadora in 1S36, f
Paul Vaner Says
A representative of the Stud
Colon Boys is making much ado
about the handicapner'a -recent
ZS;Z Pfof7L eSl- decisions to the tUsadvanUge of
-ettmg the feel of the game, and th... rhimir.
his scores will soon trend upward.
Next major engagement at the
Clifford Maduro, insists that
Chiroke had still another race
to run in the .second series
when the handicapper Jumped
him to the first series with 126
pounds. We would like to. ask
Mr. Maduro if other horses be besides
sides besides Chiroke weren't moved
up in series when the "reclas-
It should be a known fact thfttHlS PnCUIalOllIa
are entirely against the present!
tor snourn we say lack 01 a sys
tern) of handicapping. But in
this case we feel that the Colon
Boys are stirring up a "tempest
in a teapot."
By now it should be evident to
them that the handicapper has
full authority to do as he plea
es. This is called "handicap de
criterio" or "handicapping by
This means that the handl
capper's opinion Is all that
Here Is an example: About a
month ago, it was publicly an announced
nounced announced by the handlcapper's
office taht non-winners or, win
ners of the special races' for
maidens would be allowed to e
ter the regular classes m the fol following
lowing following manner two and three-year-olds
in the sixth series and
four-year-olds and older in the
Last Saturday, the three-year-old
Michnngo galloped in
the non-winners special race.
He officially became a f onr-year-old
July 1. This week the
handicapper decided to classi classify
fy classify him in the fifth series and
not in the sixth as be had ori ori-rlnallv
rlnallv ori-rlnallv announced he would.
There is a long standing; rul ruling
ing ruling that horses should" be
handicapped according to their
age at the time of their arrival
In Panama. But, this is disre
garded when the handicapper'S
- The only remedy for this sit situation
uation situation is to adopt the system of
handicapping now used univer universally
sally universally conditional races. The
conditions would have winners
racing against winners, losers a-
galnst losers, bis money winners
against similar competition, eto-
By JACK CUDDY
NEW YORK. July' 2 (UP)-Ns
tional Leaguers i are only slight
6-5 favorites to beat the Amen
cans in the all-star same at, St.
Louis, July 9, despite the fact that
the 1950's seem a National decade
as far as the mid-reason clas
sic is concerned.
Including the. 1950 game, the
senior circuit has won six of the
last seven played and will seek
its fifth straight victory next week.
' Nevertheless, odds-man Eddie
Borden says, "The only 1 reason
the Nationals are favored, even
slightly, Is because they're play
ing In a National park and they'll
gut the last licks."
Walt"? Alston hasn't announced
his complete National squad yet,
but "sportsmen": along I Broadway
figure be 11 certainly start a left
hander, probably Warren Spahn of
Milwaukee, against a starting line lineup
up lineup that includes ; portside belters
Vic Wertz. NeUie Fox. Ted Wll
llams and Yogi Berra, as well as
switcn-hitter Mickey Mantle.
Casey Stengel, trying for his
second All-Star victory in seven
attempts, is practically certain to
open with a right-hander against
a lineup that includes but1 two
left-handed hitters, Stan Musial
and Ed Bailey, m :v
Casey has announced his squad.
One of the moundsmen is Early
Wynn of Cleveland, the depend
able right-hander who blanked the
Yankees for the first time this
season last Thursday and who had
a 10-8 record when picked for the
Wynn's selection as starter would
come as no surprise, although
some devotees believe that Bill
Loes of Baltimore will get the as
signment He is a National League
castoff who once belonged to Brook
lyn. When named to the squad
Loes jark was 9-3.
Casey's starting flinger will be
pitted against at least six right right-handed
handed right-handed hitters: second baseman
Johnny Temple of Cincinnati;
left fielder Frank Robinson, Cin Cincinnati;
cinnati; Cincinnati; cantor fielder Willi
Mays, New York, and right
fielder Hank Aaron, Milwaukee.
Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT
f NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati at Chicago
Milwaukee at St. Louis
Brooklyn -at New York
Only games scheduled
. Yesterday's Results
Cincinnah . 000 000 00ft 0 K 1
Chicago, 301 001 oix-6 10 0
Nuxhall (2-6, fowler and Bur
Drott (7-7) and.Neeman.
' X(Nisht Game
Brooklyn 100 000 020-3 7 0
New York- 000,000 0000 S 2
Drysdale (6-5) and Campanella.
Antonelli (8-7), Grissom and
Philadelphia 000 000 0505 8 2
.Pittsburgh, v 110 200 0004 10 1
Sanford, Hearn (2-1), Morehead
Kline. R. Smith f0-21 Kintf and
. (Nioht Gamii)
Milwaukee 100 031 0005 11 4
St. Louis 005 022 OOx 9 8 0
Buhl (9-3). Conlev:"Pizarrn.- Jnl-
Iy, McMahon and Rice.
Dickson, Wehmeier (3-4) and H.
Today's Games f
Chicago at Detroit
New York at Bsltimorsl '.s'v'
Only games scheduled T I.
New York 000 000 200 14 8 1
Baltimore 000 000 011 0-2 10 0
Kucks, Ford (3-1), Grim and
Brown: Lehman. Zuverink Cl
Kansas Citv 510 000 220 10 is n
Cleveland 002 000 100 3 9 2
,Wynn (10-9), Tomanek McLish,
Garcia and Brown,
(Niaht Game) .,':
Washiiigton -O0O 013 100-J 11 8
Boston 010 030 0004 5 3
Abernathy, Hyde. Ramos 1 8-6 V
Jf'ormeles (4-8). Delock. ,Minar.
cin and Bailey.
I (Night Gamof
Chicago 010 100 0002 f I
Detroit 200 003 OOx 5 12 0
Wilson (8-5). Derrintrton. Stalev.
LaPalme ani Moss. i
Bunning (9-2) and House, .'
This Year's Streaky'
In contrast, only three starting
American batsmen hit from the
starboard: third' baseman George
Kail Baltimore shortstop Harvey
Al Kaune, Detroit. y,'x"-T.
As a matter of pride. Stengel
yearns to win this contest., which
put blots on his managerial escut escutcheon
cheon escutcheon five of the six previous times
he managed the American All-Star
Mid-summer All-Star losses have
become galling experiences for the
great pilot who, guided the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees to six victories in seven World
Is Not Serious
AALPINE. -Tex.. Julv 2 (UP)
Paul Waner. Hall of Famer and
former outfield star for the Pitts-j
bureh Pirates, told United Press
last nigh that his case of penumo-
nia is not serious.
"I feel pretty good," Waner said
from hi. hnKBital bed. I had a
fmirh of nneumonih and came in
early to get it stoppea. i u proo proo-ably
ably proo-ably be out in a day -or two."
Waner said he had an attack of
nenumonia last January and when
. . . 1 !,, 1 J
ne oeean 10 leei lu mui w cum
he went to the' Alpine Hospital for
"I'll probably loin the club in a
few days'' he said. s
Waner. a Pirate from 1920 to
1940. is now a batting instructor
for the Milwaukee Braves. He and
Earl Hallstead. a Braves scout.
were in Amine conducting a tour-
day school for promising young
He was National League batting
champion in 1927 when he rapped
out 237 hits for a .380 average.
' By STEVE SNIDER
VNJEW YORK, July 2 (UP-
Maric tnis one down as a "streak
y" season for entire ; teams and
their individual iters. who're.atU
king as? jiwery; a uiose window-
shipping club owners considering
Up .to now, the only really con
sistent club in the majors is the
Phillies, whose biggest winning
streak is five games and longest
losing stretch is three.
Meantime, back in the other
Cincinnati posted the longest
winning streak with 12 victories
between April 30 and May 12. But
the Redlegs lost their first four
this season and in two other
streaks also lost four in a row.
The Yankees, just off the. Ameri
can League's longest streak of the
year 10 at least are consistent
in the matter Of losing.'Their long longest
est longest string of setbacks is three and
that happened only once.
The White Sox had nine victo
ries and tie in one 10-game
stretch. but once lost five straight
and again lour straight.
Washington's 10-game losing
streak between April 28 and May 8
is tne American League s longest.
The Cubs, who once lost nine
straight, have the worst streak in
the National and furthermore did didn't
n't didn't win a game before a home
crowd until May 21 after eight re reverses
verses reverses at Wrigley Field.
Chuck Stobbs of the Senators,
0-11 for the year until he beat
the Indians June 21. hadn't won
MONTEVirrEO Uruguay (UP)
! Uruguay defeated Colombia. 1-0.
Sunday in an elimination game in
the world soccer ehamptonship on
a penalty -kick goal one minute.be-
thelr classy colt Chiroke."
Many people have been over
Cristobal Club is the 50-bird Skeet ird criticizing the Colon Boys ton finll wtistle,
shoot for the CoL H. E. Rice Tro i n occanee wie norse a .
iphy on Sunday morning, July 7, j presently the most successrul per- i ROANOKE, Vs. "(UP) Curtis
i at 10:30. All interested are refer- former on the Isthmus and if the, Turner, of Roanoke, who set a
1 red to the 4:39 Wednesday prac-f handicapping Is poor, It certain- record of 22 victories last year oci
tic sessions. 'ly has it stopped Chiroke front the USCAR convertible stock ear
Winner Doug Ford
Copj 7eslern Open
DETROIT (UP) Doug Ford,
000 richer today but he figured he
wis luckv to win the 54th West
ern Open golf championship Sun Sunday
day Sunday In s four-way playoff at Plum
' had to be lucky considering
all of the easy shots I. messed
up," Ford' said sfter besting
George Bayer, .Gens littler and
Billy MaxweU In a sudden-death
playoff that went only three boles.
Ford carried a one-stroke lead
into the final round but slipped!
t one-over-par 72 on the final
round to wind up et 279 for the
regulation 72 holes.
That enabled Bayer, littler and
Maxwell to move into a tie and
force the sadden death playoff.
racing : circuit, has -euR regular
competition on the tour. Turner,
a member of the Ford factory
team until the auto industry aeft
the sport this month, said he can
not ail ix d to mafcet as tour on us
in 18 starts dating back' to last
season. ? ,
(Bobby Shantz of the .Yankees,
pushed around by the Red. Sox on
April 27, settled down and won
eight in a row, against all comers,
keeping the ., ihaps Afloat: during
a trying time.: i,"i"''vf,-
Ronnie Kline Of the Pfrates lost
seven in a row before he scored
his first victory; Bob Rush of the
cuds was u-tt Dtwre ne won one.
virgu Trucks of tne Athletics-was
3-0 before he lost ene. -v
Mickey Mantle f the Yankees,'
with a deliberate eve on Aomin
through with a high batting aver
age, caught fire in the hot weather
of June and has been clouting at
weir over .400 tnis month.-
Stan Musial of the Cardinals Ut
six homers in a week between
May 19-28, including four in three
days.,', '.. vf v
Hank Sauer of the Giants hit
two homers per game on three dif
ferent occasions. Ted Williams hit
three off Bob Keegan of the White
Sox May 8 and again hit t h r e e
on June 13 off Early Wynn f and
dd Lemon 01 tne Indians, it,
Roy 'Sievers hit Washlneton's
first four homers this year. Ray
Moore, a Baltimore pitcher, hit
three homers in the six games he
worked between April 26-Mav 21 to
lead the slugging pitchers.. v ,- .,
.But old.. Dixie Howell of the
White Sox rates the real homer
bows for big league pitchers this,
season. He came in as a fifth in-,
ning reliever against Washington-
une 16, whacked homers in. his
first two trips to the piste and
was credited with an 8-8 victory. 1
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V THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAIIY NEWSPIWkVI
uiuo io noia rourrn or juiv jumoara rcoces
...;. Thta is to warn the auditor he's going to find a rather un
common item in our swindle sheet, this week, "one copy of Judge
Byan's decision IBC monopoly cnarfe: 7.o.. we ot wit witnesses,
nesses, witnesses, too. 1
I Before spelling out the penalties Jim Norrls; Art Wirt, Gen.
John Held Kiipatriclc, Ned Irish, et al, incurred for ."monopolis ."monopolising
ing ."monopolising commerce is championship boxing' his honor announced
from the bench in Federal Court Monday that copies of his find
met would be avauaoie to we press in iwm ouo.
Since his honor had not added "at a price" it was only nat natural
ural natural to expect the mimeographed sheets would be on the house,
and since his honor' yolce, like Gen. lice's iron shots, does not
carry very far, and also Is none too distinct, the journalists had
no alternative: Without a program they couldn't tell the players.
1 It would be something less than true to state that the Jour-
nftiiKt et,rf eagerly, aa thoueh thev were being let on a
'Seven fifty," exploded Mr. Pat Robinson. "I wouldn't give
that. miiKk far ou of Blackstone's original manuscripts."
Th. m mi diattositlon to fault Mr. Robinson's sense of
Values, but with confusion mounting and deadlines pressing, most
f tho Journalists paid, and how they happened to have that
much dough on them after a long weekend Is a mystery no finite
mind can hope to aurtna ie. ?--.-
At the start of the civil suit, which was initiated by govern
ment anti-trusters, Judge Sylvester J., Ryan, to put Mm in his
formals, remarked he never reads the sports pages. This upset
some of our colleagues. It pained us too but for a different
reason. How was his honor to know what wonderful stuff he
was missing? '., ' qqq .
.' ";:'ri-f i :- Wasn't Worth It:
However, at $7.50 a throw, a small batch of mimeographed
sheets carries its own guaranty that It will be read. This, of j
eonrse. waa surelv not the motive, and we are extremely proud
ti iov v. rKfiiMrf tn loin in the coarse laushter that ereeted a
The Panama Canal Yacht Club
will have the outboard bovs as
their guests, over the Fourth of
July, and the open house will in
clude four classes of outboard rac
The tiny 15 cubic inciters, the
A Hydros will start the Fourth of
July events at 1:30 when they go
under the starters flag. Following
wm oe tne lamer and faster C
runabouts, the flashy B runabouts,
and then the big D runabouts and
their 10 horsepower engines.
f Also scheduled will be a new
family runabout class, for boats,
outboard, engine, that are 14 feet
or. over, and using, any, single en
gine, mis is tne chance for all
of the enthusiasts who are inter
ested in racing but. haven't the
class boats to get out and try for
Also. ..the elrl apmWa nt rvittn.
. O" " W
bal will be on hand to Sell their
refreshments, cokes and hot dogs.
Zaharias Sore At Armour
For Saying Wiffi Smith
Better Than Late Babe
, By OSCAR FRALEY her to pnt and heave mightily
' - Miss Jameson; playing in a two
MAMARuNECK. N.Y. (UP) some with her. finaUv" asked the
earless Friley s fairway facts gasping Jackie to move farther
colleague's cynical crack that in announcing the avauaoiuw or
Entered in the A Hvdro class
Tah.m... U..: Jr..i t
"vtt Htl;t0, Ilia 11U
i, Jiaoie May and No. 31, Worley
Evans and Jo, 29, Mac MacCol MacCol-lough
lough MacCol-lough and No. 7. and a newcomer
who showed that he hart the stuff
of racing drivers in the last regat
ta, Larry Dolby, driving No. 62.
The B runabout class has listed
three starters Worley Evans, No.
14, Junior Eggers, arid No. 57, and
another newcomer who promised
to turn up in the winners circle,
copies, the Judge was slyly shilling for ms monograph, ah we
f know is that It was'weli read. We wish we could say it was
; vj:. ror"one thing the judge has no gift for suspense or inven inven-.
. inven-. 'tJon.' For the most part he went over the same ground he had
covered earlier when "thinking out loud," he concluded that Nor-
1 ris d Wtrtas must sell their stdck hi the Garden and confine
their promotional activities to their Midwest arenas. And this
on a sharply restricted basis.
' Now7 ho said he's definitely made up his mind that that's
the way It's got to be, and what this means, granting his deci decision
sion decision proves appeal proof, is that the Chicago Stadium, which is
, Norris-Wirts owned, will symbolically replace Madison Square
- Garden as the capital of the prue-nght industry.
: - 'In spite of the fact he's restricted to two championships a
, year as against an unlimited number in the past, Norris will
, remain the best known and best-heeled promoter In the busi-
ncss, and as long as ne-s arouna ne u never ve any i'uD ... For the D runabout class it will
.kM -d. da tan AS 1.. TAJ T71 J.S.. T
iD9, nimon Miaence, no numDer,
mensen, also no num
out. Curiously the Garden is ao restricted to two cnmpum cnmpum-"
" cnmpum-" ships, and one wonders If this is a penalty for allowing Norris
and Wirt In th place to beglnwlth.
v Veteran court observers, in fact, expressed surprise at the
teeming harshness of the Judge's decision and advanced doubts
? that eiea the dreamy warren-Black-Douglas axis In Washington
wwouldTeo along with It. Not only must the- defendants abandon.
aXtturi tMuriaaaa but their investment as wen. --ski- t
and figures from the U.S. Worn
en's Open golf championship:
George Zaharias. husband of the
late Babe Didnksen, is all shook
up' at Tommy Armour,: because
the famed silver Scot said that
young Wiffi Smith is a abetter
nlaver than the-Babe
"Tne Babe could give wim tour
side ano knock her brains out.
George allowed bitterly, "Thete
was never anybody like the Babe
and we ll never see another like
her. All A Can say. is that some
people torget mightyi easilyi
Ed Carter, who runs both the
men's and ladies' professional golf
tours: nas a big problem A na nationally
tionally nationally known industrialist has
offered to cost 1200.000 for a
men's tournament if the gallery
is permittee to move, talk; take
pictures or do as it chooses while
the players are swinging or putt
Pay To Wsteh
"This mai. feels that the golfing
competitors are prima donnas,
Ed chuckles. 'He'4 pay that kind
of money just to watcn tneir re
actions. Dou" Ford could take it
But how about such jitterbugs as
Cary Middlecoff and Tommy
away on the green so her nantine
wouiani De. annoying-wmie Betty
was putting; When Jackie went
nome for a visit and was asked
whether it was tough .on the pro-
tour, sne replied: v
-.iougny wny one girl even
asked mc to atop breathing."
Peggy Kirk of Southern Pines,
N.C., leaped out of bed so exhu-
berantly Friday morning before
the second round of the Women's
Open that she dislocated a rib. An
osteopath, had to be caned to
work ;t back into placer and she
A By 9IMMY DlMARIT
. Wrifhm far N A Service
LIKE the two Iron, the three is
designed to put you hole high from
iu to 185 yards out.
Have- a firmer grip than with
woods, it you don.1,. the force of
the clubhead as it comes in eon-
tact witn the ball will turn the
club In your hands.
In the old tried and true big 22,went ?ut and shot a. second 78 for
hotse Johnsons, and the C runa- 156 whiel? qualified her -easily for,
DOUt CUSS it S A. WinkPiS Nn 7 iwo uuai xuuuub,
ueorge uagings, no. 4 and Mac
MacCullough, No. 3.
anybody who thinks he has a match and is able to" pay "a
- Momnohii ynnt." ftnn it win oa lnieresunff to see now uiis wui
J f t; One spectator saja: Maype tne juage jus on
1 Mftving his dofiipanlort to comment? rwen. n r
aln'tta wlthNorrls and Wirtz.- A.;2
I4 f Apparently tins B. Fan can expect to see as many TV fights
-L kki- Th network will continue to work
So far for the family- runabout
class, we have two boatsr listed,
but anyone else with a runabout
is welcome to come and race in
this class. Contact Evans, Coco
Solo 8522, or Harris, 3-1881.
There is no entrance fee, for
the races, either, for tha boats or
the spectators, and, the Yacht Club
ihas plenty i of parking space avail-
anie ior tne racesAut. ; '.'
Patty Berg, the veteran of the
ladies tour, knows all' the angles
of traveling except' one. She
locked nerself out of her automo
bile and had to break a window
to get in For the job she used
the putter which let her down
with an 80 in the first round. 'Now;
she said, "we're even."
Good Friends Now
Betty Jameson and Jackie
Pung, the well upholstered Ha Hawaiian
waiian Hawaiian golfer, are good friends
now but there -was a day. .
When Jackie first hit the ladies'
tour she was quite some over-
of her first appear appear-in
in appear-in mountainous
California course which caused
: Use an almost satiare stan
With the merest suggestion of the
left foot fceire open, or withdrawn
iracuonauy irom tne une Of flight.
utana mucn closer to the ball than
on a wood shot.- Nor is the stance
as wide as with woods. This is
because the shaft of the three iron
is shdrtev than those of the woods.
Thd swing with the iron is more
compact and upright.
With the. body closer to the ball,
ou should be more' accurate. The
bails it played from a position
wnjen; maKes it possible to hit
pwnward, : but the fundamentals
, At thetart of the backswing.
the clubhead moves back low and
tar in n aunost straight Une from
tne shofflder This prevents the
inclination tr lift the club and
The pivot for the irons is less
than with the woods.
Starting down, the hios
fcSCAPE Mrs. Audrey. Andrade has her own angle on beating, the heat wave. Wearing a
SJSS T.U Tl!nmed tr,wLh"t' : Andrade tries her luqk off Cananie Beach Pier in Brooklyn.
With the temperature hitting 83, ll seems like ton much effort to haul a Ash in if sb did get a bit
By BEANS REARDON
Written for NEA Sarviee
ig down, the hios and
body lead the action. The left side
becomes firm bv the tim th
hands enter the hitting tone.
QUESTION: With 'one out and
men on second and third base, the
oatter :ues to .left field. The man
from third base scores, but the run
ner from seeond attempts to re
turn there and is thrown out. Does
the run count? Alvin Sigman.
Answer: The run counts if it was
scored before i the man returning
to second base was tagged out. It
was cot a force play.
Q. With a man on second base
and one out, the batter hits the
ball into the hole between the
third baseman and shortstop. Run Running
ning Running to field the ball, the short shortstop
stop shortstop kicks it all the way into
the stand. What should the um
pire do? Ronald Oplinus.
A. The baserunner scores and
the batter, gets two bases.
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: mimMi rnin. Tha networks, will continue
. with Norris because kf can be depended upon for continnlty in
production and Is the only promoter around Who can be. Atoo,
they'U do business with any independent who has a champion championship
ship championship f eonmuence, as witnesa how swiftly Tom Gallery moved
? to to sew up Pattertoa-Jackson. '.'-,
S ? Jncldentoily, the Judge invited everybody to come back next
) Monday, at which tame he-u nave nis aecwwn lunmuuea m ui-
" ficial dress and we just want to warn me uuiwi w
' for another belt. Probably be $13 next time around.
;Bffly Talbert Directing
1 'Grass Roots' Movement
Among Young Tennis Players
,? By STEVE INIDER
NEW YORK. Julv '2 (UP)
';U.S. Davis Cup Cspt BiDy Talbert
jg directing a vast "grass roow
movement" among 40,000 young
tennis player hoping to find the
talent to regain the Davis Cup
v 1968. thereH be 60,000 to
ick from.'" said the ever-optimis-
Billy. "This is the only way
to marcn tne youtn
mm mm, mt in Anatralla
The trrats roots
factually is four years old but it
- wandered without a guiding band
; until Talbert stepped in. It has
been sponsored across the nation
by the U.S. Junior Chamber of
give this great
Will Promote Tennis
"It's the greatest thing that's
ever happened to promote tennis
in this country."
Already the 'Jaycee" chamn-
ionships- have helped produce
three tup voun estera -Mike arn
of Miami, Eddie Sledge of Dallas
ana Kan uucnou of St. Louis.
witn new financial backing.
movement!? can 'make these tournaments
ueiicr iaua eer, saia Tainert,
"and we can give the kids some
real incentive to improve their
games through Jaycee tourna
ments because they'll know when
hi. j v.-. Uiey reach the state final thav'ii
In th tl- movintf to "ankfional1 w """iiea tennis
i : . amitt who i
' cnammonaniD tournament. ine
I "Jaycees" will continue .with
( outside helo.
U "o,"; said Talbert, "we have
, raoio icieviiiou manuxaciurcr
. (Motorola) footing the bill without
: any strings attached and. we can
-ft- -4. i " mm et
: toupie-More MaKes,
Victories Will Place
'Talnmpf Ovpr Millinn
: STANTON. Bel (UP) A counle
" more stakes victories and fabulous
i,aiumei I arm will iu over uic
million -dollar mark in turf eara-
lncs for the season, thanks to the
latest "contributions'': by Princess
Tuna and lion Liege.
' Princess Turia added 1112,825 to
the coffers of the racing empire
buiR on baking soda when she
captured the Delaware Handicap,
world's richest race for fillies and
mares, here oa Saturday.
; Iron Liege, the Kentucky Derby
champioav made more ttodest
donation of $21,075 by nabbing the
Laurence Armour Memorial Hand Handicap
icap Handicap at Arlinetoa Park, bringing
Calumet's haul for the only half-.
Timsbea pear to us vicinity of
1350,000. .. ... :-
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Safety-proved on the Speedway
for your protection on the Roadway!
Mi m t
Q LAST LONGER
Buy the Tire
that gives all 3!
scout who knows what it's all
' "iBa'senall sends scouts all over
the nation. Talent scouts dig up
basketball and football stars in
tne remotest places. That's the'
only way we can build tennis for
At. Chapel Hill
Under the "Jltee" ntaji aah
state sends four nlivm in tha
national tournament scheduled this
year at Santa Monica, Calif., Aug.
6-10 and next rear at Chiwl Hill
IN. C The two finalists hi the
national tournament automatically
qualify for personal Talbert tutel
age on tne junior. .Davis cup
sauad throush the eastara rra
"i ll oe it Santa Monica," said
Talbert, "and you can bet 111 be
looking for hungry type players
with burn ine amhitku tn aat
better.- k -.
"It doesn't matlei' what MM
of courts they're playing on. A
gooa piayer aoesnt worry whether
it's clav. cement einden or ma
A boy with fire in his eye Willi
get to tne. top no maaer what
and that's the kind we want" j
Australia, h'e said, hai a aviam
of mass Drodurtkm the I! Q haa
failed ta match la recent years.
"This," said Billy, "puts us
back in the assembly-line busin-
with 5260 sharp edged angles, Non Non-meshing
meshing Non-meshing design for Silent running.
BLOW OUT PROTECTION
New Improved gum-Dipping and Saftl Saftl-sured
sured Saftl-sured construction.
with deep, ragged continuous
Brakes Stop the Wheels. .
BUT the TIRES STOP the CAR!
" Has. OiVi JIaa fialcuvdiu SsJujIoi
TRANSISTHMIAN HIGHWAY .TEL 3-1S01
BUY NOW. PAY LATER
All sales and delivery service of our
BEERS and CANADA DRY products
will be suspended at all our plants
Thursday July 4th
orders on time
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I Houp h' V Apartments
' '. I II ,1 Wl I ... I 1 v Hill I
FOR RENT: fur nniihJ
houM in Bella Vista. J eoreonw,
2 bathrooms, hot water, all
screened, suitable for G.I. $U5.
Apply 47th St. No. 17, upstairs.
'FOR RENT: Two comfortable
f furnished small chalats at Bella
Vista taction. Reasonable price
of $70. For details call tele telephones
phones telephones J-I93S or 3-7251.
,F0R RENT: FurnisheeT 3-be;
;Sem chalet and one-bedreein
enalet. Phone 2-2175. .,
FOR RENT: Modem chalet, 2
bedrooms, garage, maid's room. -Aquiline
de la Guardia Street No.
22, opposite "El Panama Hotel."
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith. Balboa 36SI.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1190 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. de P. Phono Panama
3-1 877, Cristobal 3-H73.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono Balboa 1146.
.SJr RENT: Large furnished
T" room, good condition, for bache bachelor
lor bachelor only. Corner Juste Arosemena
Ave. nd-3 tit Street No. 9.
Gets 2 Yeats
Because nobody in District
Court knew the- Spanish word
for "dungarees," a half -hour re recess
cess recess was. called at the Ancon
courthouse today in order that a
controversial pair of pants could
be brought to court for identifi identification
cation identification by the defendant, Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Ortiz. :
The 32-year-old fcarde4iPan
pmantap today ii edd guilflr l&
nree charges, Involving- clothes clothesline
line clothesline thefts in -Cocoir on May 21.
On a fourth charge of stealing
a D?ir of dungarees from' under
the house of Catherine Jenkins.
Ortiz sa'd he did not steal any
Court, ijiterpretator Woodrow
de Castro said that he did not
know the Spanish word, for dun dungarees,
garees, dungarees, j. The Judge then asked
whetherthere-was anyone tn the
courtroom wearing dungarees to
step forward: "Nobody was wear wearing
ing wearing dungaree. :
A short rectss was then called
during which police returned toi
Balboa for the evidence the1
Musical Show Of Cinderella'
Slated For Local TV Viewers
"Cinderella an hour and a
half musical vewion of the tarn-
ous fairy tale, ill be seen over
CFN-TV tomorrow evening, be-
ginning at 7: M The musial score
1 Y 1 -I- -1 TJ m 'eanrl thai)
is bv Richard Rodaers and the
book and lyrics by Oscar Ham
Julie Andrews wilt be seen in
thnit'-e role. She's the 21-year-old
EngUsh lass who achieved Broad-
way stardom as Eliza DooUttle in
...... r- :j i .j.. .. .u. .,.r
of Shaw" '"PvKinMUii land Spectacular received1
,0. .g!5Sr.H.by CFNi Other, spectacular .nrflZ
m-ev and .Hollvwood clivers are hour-long comedy, musicai and va- German police joined in a search
featured w the T Eauh Adams, shewr recently released to today for a group of American
tar of the Broadway musical the Armed Forces Radio and Tele- airmen accused of raping a Ger Ger-"Li'I
"Li'I Ger-"Li'I Abner." will belhe fairy god- lsloil Servie for use overseas are man stenographer during a pre-
mother. Howard Limftey and DO-
rothy Stickney -the original fath-
A VPIUIN1 Ta. Q ft bT
PC Assets Report-
A Review of the valuation re report
port report covering the transfer of as assets
sets assets in 1951 from the former
Panatna Canal agency to the
Panaina Canal Co. will be made
during the coming week by Per
cy Rkppaport, assistant director
of tie Bureau&f Budgets who
wUI krrivf Jcere Thuraday fro
New ,York. -Rappaport
wQl "tnctede' ra his
reriejv an inspeeudn of the phy
I1A CJkt -lr Haw na.
nai ThU will be part of prep-
araubns for completion ofT hU
recodunendations to the director
i)li.,t i. w k-
t 1 rtr t-" "'ilnet officer to face iuaicla
his offlcisJ tUlt to the
aus, Rappaport la being aws-
by Can H. Bcnwaru,
of the resources ad civil
division. Earl J. Donaelly
and Arthur Focke. all et the
rjdit Bureau., The frowp ,wiU
i oi the Isthmus for about oa1
ATTENTION. I.I M ini
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phene Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT : Spaeieus two-bedroom
unfurnished apartment in
fine residential dietrict, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1 6(1
during office hours.
FOR RENT: Apartment, one
bedroom, living room, dining
room, all conveniences. Belisaria
Porrea Ave. No. 96, San) Fran-,
cisco. Phone 3-2131.
FOR RENT: -j. Nicely furnished
apartment, refrigerator included.
Porch, parlor-dining room, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, kitchen, tiled, screened,
$55. Apply' No. 112 Via Bellia Bellia-rio
rio Bellia-rio Porras, near Roosevelt The Theater.
ater. Theater. FOR RENT: Army inspected
furnished one bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, kitchenette, refrigerator.
4th f July Ave. Phone 2-1140
after 2 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart-memV
memV apart-memV quiet residential district,
$90. 5 1st Street No. 30. Call
FOR RENT: In residential area,
beautiful, ceol apartment, -furnished,
with garage. Phone 3-
FOR RENT: 3 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bathrooms, large dining
and living room, separata maid's
room with bath, garage, unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, in high cool locality, all
screened, in El Cangreje. Same
but 3 bedroom. Phone office
hours 2-0321, efter office hours
F0R RENT: Beautifully fur fur-.
. fur-. nishad, cool, spacious two-bedroom,
apartment. "Easy" washing
machine and dryer included.
Must be seen to bo appreciated.
Call 3-5024, Campo Alagre,
FOR RENT: Completely fur furbished
bished furbished efficiency apartment. Air Air-conditioned,
conditioned, Air-conditioned, elevator service, uti utilities
lities utilities and linen furnished. Park Parking
ing Parking facilities. Call at Tropicena
Building between S a.m. and 12
noon end 2 to 4 p.m.
FOR. RENTt Cool, furnished
apartment en Via Parras No.
120, beside Roosevelt Theater,
overlooking SAS Commissary. Far'
-.information bono A-5024 '. :
dungarees which were picked up
in a package that Ortiz had been
After being confronted with
the dungareer, the defendant ad admitted
mitted admitted he had Indeed stolen
Ortiz today was charged on
four counts of petit larceny after
a previous conviction of petit
Jarceny. He was sentenced to a
total of two years to serve in the
penitentiary on the first two
counts, and given a two-year
sentence suspended for a period
of five years each on the second
er and mother in the lohg-run play
with rither o whicn Mr
Luidgey was co-author- wiU play
Kin- nd nueen
TammA ,.k,. .j .,... T,
k CnaM u .tep-mother. The
tep-sisters are Alice Ghostly, who
acmeved comedy fame through
"NeWJaces" revues, and Ke
television comedienne. Joa
Cipher a nWCOm" J0 television,
hi tlebut Prin
Uinderella is tnr first hour
'V" i" "t: mown uver ir,
Tv m tn future.
WASHINGTON, July t (VT)
Secretary of State John
Foater Dulles said today that
the Dominican Republic has
refused to let general Arturo
Espalllat face Judicial action
ta the United States concern concerning
ing concerning the disappearance of Ger Gerald
ald Gerald L. Murphy and Jesus de
The Secretary disclosed at t
news conference that In a dip-
m nTr t
would not b proper for a ctb-
procedure in another country,
' nt. ... try L
United States requests thai
Kapaiilat malve diplomatic lm-
munlty for questioning in con
section with the dlaannearaner
in the Dominican Republic of
Murohv. a voun United Bute.
pilot who worked, for .the Do-1
LKAVC TOOTt AD WITH ON OF OUB-
LNTFRVAI. hit PIIRI.ir:A(!inNK&-Na .''
BARDO No. 21 ,tB" Street O MORRISON 4th of July AviT J St LEWIS
FARMACIA LUX 184 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGS-jT ro. de
VAN-DER-JIS SO Street No. U FARMACIA EL BATURRO Taiae Leferra
the Bell Vlstn Theatre.
FOR SALE- 1953 Pontile Sta Station
tion Station Wagon, 6 cylinders, radio,
now transmission, excellent run running
ning running condition, $900 cash. Duty
paid. Call Panama 2-5415 or 3 3-0290.
0290. 3-0290. FOR SALE: 1952 Pontiac con convertible,
vertible, convertible, excellent mechanical
condition, radio, white sidewall
tires, in good condition. May be
saen at El Panama Hotel Garage.
FOR SALE: 1952 Buick Spe Special
cial Special 2-tone in good condition.,
Reasonable price. Panama 3 3-1114.
1114. 3-1114. FOR SALE: 1955 Ford V-S
Fairlane 2-door, 2-tone green,
wsw, radie and othar accesso accessories,
ries, accessories, undercoated $1500. Can be
financed. Call Cl. 4 ISO or Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be 8141.
FOR SALE: 1956 Buick Cen Century
tury Century 4-door Hardtop, two-tone,
wsw, radio. 718-C, El Prado,
Balboa, (hone Balboa 1473.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet 2 2-tone
tone 2-tone Hardtop, radio, good condi condition,
tion, condition, $450 or nearest offer. Call
2-0914 from 9:00 to 1:00.
TRANSP0RTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shipper Mover
Phone 2-2451 22562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding 6 Jumping Classes daily
1 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
at hf appointment.'
Gibraltar Mfe Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama S-B581
Fidanque Travel Service
With F 1.2 Lens
li aiim M.
German Gal Charges
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FRANKFURT, Germany, July
(UP) U.S. Air police and
uu nuue winiuiuig ya.ii.y ouii
It was the first major crimi criminal
nal criminal case involving American
servicemen In Germany in al almost
most almost a year. In the last such In Incident,
cident, Incident, seven Americans were
accused of criminally assaulting
a 15-year-old schoolgirl
Four of the attackers were
sentenced to life, and the other
three to 40 years in prison.
The latest major Incident was
the first since the uproar In
Japan over the killing by an
American soldier of a Japanese
woman scavenging scrap metal
on a firing range. The Japanese
have insisted they be permitted
to try the American soldier, but
UJS. servicemen here still are not
subject to German law.
A DA Air Force 1 spokesman)
said 'two airmen based on the of
were belnr Questioned and oth
era who may have been involved
are being sought.
Llselotte Budroaav S, a steno-
was swlmmta-', U auburban
travel nit before dawa when
eicht to 10 Americans' arrived
with their girl friends and went
for a swim In the nude.
She said she was raped four
times la., the water and fourment or from any member of the
more time en shore. '. Society. -,. r-
AGFttTfl OB OJJB OFFICES AT 1S-JT
Mm n.. 'in iinn.rll
BEAUTIFUL BATEAS on sale,
Indian metifs. Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday. 4th of July Ave.
No. 1 4-40".
.FOR' SALE: 1956 Mentelair
Mercury Hardtop. Reasonable.
24-inch TV RCA. Phone 3 3-2775.
2775. 3-2775. FOR SALE: B flat clarinet,
Cousenen, S.A. Monopola, prac practically
tically practically new $160. .Mercury out outboard
board outboard motet, Mark, 25, 20-hp.,
new $350. Phone Arline Mcll Mcll-vaine,
vaine, Mcll-vaine, Panama 3-5817.
FOR SALE: Singer sawing ma machine.
chine. machine. Walducha, Parque Lefe Lefe-vre,
vre, Lefe-vre, 1st (Street No. 10 house.
FOR SALE: Siamese kittens
$20. Call Panama 3-6044.
FOR SALE: Class A 3-point
racing hydro piano. Mercury KG KG-4
4 KG-4 powered; rig complete with
trailer, accessories, $195. Ralph
Harris, 3-1881, Margarita.
Former Zone Health
Dies In NY
Floyd E. MaTone. an emDlove
in the Canal Zone Health organi organization
zation organization for many years, died Sun Sunday
day Sunday at Bellevfie Hospital in New
York York City where he had been
employed during the past few
years.- He was 70 years old.'
News of his death was received
here by his son, Walter R. JM alone
of Gamboa. "'I
ltrrif.Wr.am. tn fT-- .Tethm.J
during .the Canal construction
Vu: r rz.-.Ll.J
rioa ana an of his servicey.was
with the Health organization.' He
was first employed in. April 1912J
except for two breaks; of his serv service
ice service of a few months, he was em employed
ployed employed from then until -his retire retirement
ment retirement in October 1948.
ne io many cujiereni jods : in There are nd charges for the
the Health, Bureau but most of hisUegistraUon of Canal zone children
:W"$!!S the swimming meet, or
several years at Corozal Hospital
aurmg nis eany service. ,?:.t
He.4oofc f promMftnt mi&Js
vaiwOTKjpn uiff jsinmusvtana;
tJS A iu ? rS,rrt The aimouncement was made aft
Lodge iAJV. and A.M., in ,Gatun.'er the School Division had -reeeiv
He was also a member of the Re Rebecca
becca Rebecca Lodge of the Oddfellows in
Aftes' Jila retirement. Mr Ma-
Ione lived on the Isthmus for sev-l
eral months before returnine tn
the United .States. He has made
his home 'since in New York and
had been employed at Bellevue
In addition to his son on the
Isthmus, he Is survived by his
wife, and another son, Edwin Ma Ma-lone
lone Ma-lone of New Orleans, and by three
Funeral services and interment
will be in New York.
(Continued from Vice 1)
field bases in the low lands
"ear major cities from which
they are supplied rather than in
Government followers said It
also confirmed the belief that
army troops are now hot on the
heels of fleeing rebel forces.
On the other hand, reports
of sabotage, widespread bomb bombings
ings bombings and dozens of arrests
reaching Havana from various I
parts of Cuba were seen as the
rebels' answer to the govern,
ment's Santiago rally.
A gunflght broke out In the
outskirts of Santiago just as
government orators called on the
people to abandon violence as a
political weapon. Five persons
were killed and three others in injured,
jured, injured, u
The rally itself was marred by
occasional attempts to jam the
radio trans mission of the
In Havana and other cities,
saboteurs cut electric transmis transmission
sion transmission lines blacking out streets
Batista and his followers de described
scribed described the Santiasro rally as a
"call to oeace and understand
ing Rebels said It was "an act
For Big Show
Tickets for the "Big Show" to
presented under the auspices
the Sojourners Benevolent
Friendly Society went on sale
durinc the course of the week.
The troune that will be featur
ed is well know to Isthmian audi audiences
ences audiences having erformed at U.S.O.
Clubs and Service Centers as -well
t many local theaters. Despite
tL.t i. m.
prised of seasoned and solid ahow
business entertainers, rehearsals
were in full swing this week.
Tickets may be had from mem
aei.s. s,uee vasv au wuv
bers of the committee on arrange-!
"IT HTBEET,; PANAMA-- 'MBREBIA PRECIADO 7 Btreet No. II AGENC1A8
t. AS. m t.VITRrlK!t M ARM ACV1K2
SERVICE A. Tivoll No. 4 FARMAClA EST ADOS UNIDOS 1 Central Ave.
le Osia Ave. No. 41 a F0TO DOMY Jimto Arosemena Ave. and 33 St. FABMACIA
I State! FARMACIA "SAS" Via Forrat 111 ,e MOVEDADES. A THIS Beside
FOR SALE: Lot in Golf Heights.
2000 so, mts. (40 mts. front frontage).
age). frontage). Phono 3-0238 during of office
fice office hodrs or 3-1198.
As Customs Chief
In Cristobal Office
Bruce Gj Sanders. Jr.. senior
custom inspector in Cristobal, has
been promoted, to Chief Customs
Inspector in Cristobal succeeding
John T. Glaney; who retired from
service at the end of June.
At the same time it was an
nounced that Leslie M. Spencer,
customs inspector in Balboa, will
succeed Sanders as senior cus customs
toms customs inspector in Cristobal.
A member of a well known Can
al Zone family, Sanders is the
son of Bruce Sanders, Sr., who
came to the Canal Zone during con
struction days and who for many
years was Senior Sanitary Inspec Inspector
tor Inspector in Cristobal.
He was born in Ancon. attended
the Canal Zone schools and joined
the Canal organization as a cust
oms guard in 1936. He was pro-
motea to customs inspector in
Cristobal in 1944 and has been Se Senior
nior Senior Customs Inspector in Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal since 1947.
Spencer, a native of Derry; New
Hampshire, has been employed in
the Canal Zone Customs Division
since 1940. He has been a Customs
Inspector in Balboa since 1942.
- Both ?dr Mjl. SpencW aS-
tumea tneir new duties in Cris
Registry For CZ
Swim Meets Free
aquatic, activities Deina currently
conducted by the Division of
Schools,! it was announed yester
day ,kfc thr division offices -in An-
ed several inquiries concerning the
payment of a registration fee for I
a forthcoming meet to be held1
later as a part of the Summer Rec
reation Program being conducted
.chedule of schools.
Swimming activities in the Canal
Zone have increased enormously
during the past few weeks since
Gov. Vfi E. Potter announed that
the use of swimming pools is free
for zone children and adults.
The Division of Schools has is
sued several thousand new cards
to children and adults alike who
are now participating in the swim!
Several aquatio meets, have
been planned for the various pools
during the summer months,, and
these will be' without charge! The
principal meet in the immediate
future i sthe annual Fourth of Ju July
ly July swimming meet at the Gamboa
Pool which is expected to attract
top aquatic stars of the Isthmus.
The annual Junior Olympic
meet is scheduled to be held in
the Gamboa Pool Sept. 8. For this
meet, a registration fee covering
membership dues to the AAU for
one year will be required.
Jewish Mayor Out
As Draw Breaks Tie
DUBLIN. July 2 (UP) Robert
Briscoe, Dublin's Jewish Lord
Mayor, lost his job last night. It
was the luck of the draw. 1
The Jewish Irishman who took
the United States bv storm last
St. Patrick's Day, turned over the'
chain and medallion of office to
City Councillor James Carroll,
when Caroroll's name was drawn
from a hat.
Carroll won the office the way
Briscoe did on June 29, 1958.
The City Council had tied 21 io
21 between Carroll and Briscoe
I or me onice in me coming year, i
After 30 tease minutes in the
packed chamber, their names
were written on slips of paper!
ana pui in a nai. larrou s was
drawn. Briscoe had won the same
way en a tie last year.
When Carroll's name was read,
Briscoe, robed and wearing the
chain he carried with him on his
tour of the United States, rose
and placed it around Carroll's
Briscoe congratulated his 45-year-old
- The chamber burst into p-
Briscoe, .63, was the first Jew Jew-to
to Jew-to become mayor of Dublin in
tee thousand-year history of the
city. :- r-
During his one-year in the $7,509'
post, Briscoe parlayed the coinci coincidence
dence coincidence of race and religion into
fame that he hoped would bring
fortune te Ireland.
La Cirrainuilla a FARMACIA LOM-
FOR SALE: Westinghouse re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator in perfect condition,
and two stool tables, at J Street,
Hodso No. 7-39.
FOR SALE: Wringer typo wash washing
ing washing machine, 25-cycle, like new.
Call from. 4:30 p.m. to 5:30
p.m., T14-C El Prado, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Bondix automatic
washar ; Economat, very good
condition,: Phone 84-4147.
FOR SALE :- Household furni furniture
ture furniture consisting of living room
furniture, TV, electric stove, au automatic
tomatic automatic washing machina, drapes.
Private patty leaving Canal Zone.
Quarters No. 15, Albrook. Phene
POR SALE: Living room- suite,
plastic covered: 1 sofa and 2
chairs wth coffee and end tables,
$125;' baby carriage, English,
$25. See at Qtrs. 1 00-B, Fort
Kobbe or call 84-2126.
FOR SALE: Washing machine,'
fully automatic, 1956 R.C.A.
Whirlpool Supreme 60-cyle, all
porcelain finish, used only four
monthi.' A real buy for someone
who wants the finest; See -at
24188 Cocoli, First Street.
FOfc SALE:. i Twin matt rents
nd springs, New Homo' sewing
machine, bamboo settee, maple
dining; .table, console- radio-phonograph.
718-C, El frado, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Phone Balboa 1473.
FOR SALE:- Tappan gas stovf,
4 burners, oven, $50. Call 3 3-1039.
1039. 3-1039. Seoul At El Volcan
Vilh Pain In Tummy
Evacuated By Army
One of .the Boy-Scouts attend attending'
ing' attending' a two-weel encampment at
fcl Volcan .was evacuated to -the
Canal zone by Army aircraft this
morning when it was feared, he
had appendicitis.. y
is ttmtoixotMt, and Mrs.
Request for the evacuation
came from R. A. Jones, Canal
Zone Sedut commissioner. Last
night the boy complained of
pains In the abdomen and Jones
took him to a doctor In concep concep-clon
clon concep-clon who advised that he be eva evacuated.
cuated. evacuated. .:
Jones then took the bcty to
David from where he, requested
air evacuation at two o'clock this
t An L-23 plane belonging to the
937th, Engineer Company (Avia
Wr at C0LPAN I
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PANAMA. 2-062$ I VMTO ROW COLON.'
t WANTED: Stenographer'.. hUK
', lingual, experienced, food spell-'
or, Columbia Pictures, Eusebia A.
'Morale Avenue. A
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R e m e m b e r to call Panama
2-4616 U.Si Television for fast,
officiant service, v
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Grace Line Now Offering :ItV Most lxterisiv
Freight Service to Panama and the West Coast
(PA-C) '- The.sailine of the
Gratfr Une freighter Santa Rl
ta on June 26th from New York
marked the beginning of the
most extensive freight service
ever offered bv an ocean car
rier between U.S. Atlantic norts
and Panama, and the West Coast
of South ;America. Grace fine's,
six, cargo .Dasseneer snips., the
Santa; Barbara. Santa Maria.
Santa Margarita, Santa Cecilia,
santa rsabeij and Santa Luisa
and the six freighters Santa Ri
ta, santa Ellsa, Santa Mercedes,
Santa Ines, Santa Oliva, and
Cuba Victory are combined to
provide a cargo service unequal
led at any time In the oast
eitr-er lor ireauency or lor a-
mount of cargo space available.
; For the first time twice a week
sailings from New York-r-every
weanesday and Friday and
once a week sailings from Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore and Philadelphia, as. well
as NorioiK, Virginia; Charles Charleston,
ton, Charleston, South Carolina; and Jack'
sonville, Florida, as cargo of offers,
fers, offers, will be available to the
tion), at Fort Kobbe, piloted by
MaJ.-Don R. George with Army
flight surgeon George M. Haley
aboard, took off at-4:50 a.m. on
the mission. They were forced
back by the weather and took
off a second time at 6: 15 a.m.
They arrived back at Fort Kob Kobbe
be Kobbe with; the boy aboard at 9:00
r2ritT rr10 cents in- all areas Joutside of a i
iwwuKi tiuwtu. :9?"f
treatment at the Fort Kobbe dis
pensary to Ills parehtsa,
Verne is one of thel 5S boy
scouts who left June 22 for the
second two-week scout encamp encampment
ment encampment at El Volcan.
I i i -1 M.
2-door, 2-tone, Radio, 6 CyL ...$1225.00
4-Door, 2-tone .
Oldsmobile 4-door, 2-tone, Radio,
4-door, 2-tone, PGlide, 6
Buick Hard Top, Radio .............
Packard, 2-tone, 4-door, Radio, W.S.W,'
Nash Station Wagon, 2-tone, Radio .
Mercnry; Hard Top, Radio, 2-ton :.
Morris, Gnv. i '
Pontiac, 4-door, -24one, Radio, 6 Cyl, .
Boats 6 Motors
FOR SALE.-Mercury Mark 25. t
. 20-hp.? new, never used, gold fr
white $350; also B-flat clarinet,
Cousenen Monepolo,: practically
new. Phone Arline Mcllvaine,
FOR SALE: Cabin cruiser 1 1 Vk
ft. 60-hp. Ford Y-8 engine, re recently
cently recently overhauled. Terms or
cash. Call Albrook 2207,1
FOR SALI:.-40'-ft. former J.
, Beat fully equipped t diasal pow power).
er). power). Call 2-3578.- .. j
, Shippers jnay now take ad--
veutage oi UMUDiun loiai
weekly cargo space of approxi approximately
mately approximately 23,000 cubic tons from
New York and a maximum1 of
approximately 12,000 cubic tons
from the other ports combined.
Although necessary schedule) :
adjustments do not' permit im im-mediatelyv
mediatelyv im-mediatelyv the ..... inclusion of all
of the countries onl the West
Coas of South America in each
of these sailings it Is expected
that the early- Fall will see this
The Impressive increase In fa- -cllities
(Offered by Grace Line on
Its traditional trade-route has
been mad possible 1 largely by
the recent: acquisition of seven :
C-2 type freighters. The Line's 4
new schedule Is a definite mani manifestation
festation manifestation of what has been ap apparent
parent apparent from the ;nany studies
and surveys made ion this area;
namely, that this-historic route
between the Americas is expe-
rienclng a dramatic increase in
the development of its two way :
Nov 10 Oulside
NEW YORK, July (UP)
Weekday prices of tlie New York
Times, and the wew .yorsr nerara
bumV1 were -increased today to
iAiiff.ll-.AUiV fmm New York Ci-
kVill rtfflsta ;at -five scents within
the 100-mile sone, which memoes ?
the suburban areas of New Jersey,
and Connecticut and Philadelphia.
FOt RINTl-beeWm aparf aparf-otent,
otent, aparf-otent, 2 bathrooms, large dining
an living room, separate maiJ's
ream with bath, garage nnfur-:
nished, In high cool locality, all
screened, in' II Cangreje Same
but 3-bedroeir. Phono office
hoers 2-0J21,atter ertie hours
Cyl. . 1950.00 4
r rTTrsnv.- im.T 2. 1957;
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Solved Bolivia s Money Woes
. 8y DAVID CONSTABLE
ii' New York corporation law
JJervwho may have provided the
.Bolivian government with the so solution
lution solution to its economic ills, is in
Panama today awaiting a ship to
tfake him back to the United States
for, a weli-earned vacation
5 Ceorge J; Eder, arrived in Pa-
ama Saturday after 13 months as
"teonnmic. adviser to the govern'
Jnent- A President Hernan Siles
uazo under the auspices of the U,
S. International Cooperation Admi-
Sistration (Point Four).
miEder. 56 is staving at El Pa
nama Hotel with his wife and two
gtyiaren wnue ne awaits inc ear earliest
liest earliest boat which -will take him
' fewL- tonr Vnflr
tder took leave from his posi position
tion position as leeal adviser for the In-
giational Telephone apd Tele Tele-ph
ph Tele-ph Co. to go to Bolivia. "He
aid the results of the economic
measurer put into effect Dec. 15,
1956, by the Bolivian government
the- basis of his recommen
dations have been "miraculous."
" Ha arrived in Bolivia June 1.
3956, and spent the first six months
(Conducting surveys ana maiung
CHH reeommnndatiohs censist censist-nad
nad censist-nad mainly of advising the gov gov-"etnmtnt
"etnmtnt gov-"etnmtnt to live within Its bud bud-.wget
.wget bud-.wget and to blance it interna international
tional international exchange payments.
""The first step which was taken
Dec. IS, included the lifting of all
restrictions and controls on prices
imports ana expuna.
4Two days before the plan was
tut into effect long lines or no
fivians could be seen queued
op outsde of stores .to buy food,
with the supply often running out
before those at the end Of the
line could reach the counters. Two
davs later, the long lines of nun-
try shoppers, the .black market
arid the export smuggling disap
peared as if by magic, Eder dec declared.
lared. declared. .
'.'Instead of scarcity; there was
abundance like Bolivia had never
seen in the -last ten years,". Ed
&' "The first reaction was that
rices rese to unmira ot iwignr
,Vut within a week prices again
r j m . .jj
l,amo oown vn jmmrt tm
"Eder explained lhat the price
t?,meat went up to 12,000 bolivia bolivia-lw
lw bolivia-lw and bread to ISO, and the
jprice unddex was 30 per cent be be-fow
fow be-fow the normal level.
itiThen he rrived in Bolivia, Ed Ed-rniid.
rniid. Ed-rniid. Ilks boliviano was 14,000
te' th dollar. Today it is ap-
l.TiiUJieiy bUUU to tne aouar, ana
there is every indication the situa situation
tion situation will improve as the country
gets back on its foot under the
able handling of President Siles
Eder said the bulk of the peo people
ple people is solidly behind Siles
Suazo. He commented that he has
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eM Mw fwws Mtmi'Aw wen
seldom seen people- so united -be
hind a government, except, in the
case of a dictatorship. -Although
Siles Suaxe't policies
are bettering the condition of
the working classes, he alto has
the svooort of the will-o-do Bo
livians whc are firmly behind
Suazo's program e iStabHixa-
During the first six months of
his stay-in Bolivia. Eder said he
worked seven days a week, usual
ly until l or 2 a.m. After his
successful pun was put into ei-
fect be waa able to reduce his
work week to six days And shorter
working hour's 'Sv
Senate 'Must' Label Put
On FBI Files' Sanctity
WASHINGTON, July 2 (UP)
The Senate Judiciary Committee
yesterday approved an administration-backed
bill to protect the sanc sanctity
tity sanctity of FBI files and rushed it to
the Senate floor with a "must"
Sen. Joseph C. O'Mahoney (D-
Wvn V whAio liiHiriarv 'iiiihpnmmit-
tee approved: the bill in a quick
three-minut session only jast Fri-
dav. said he would Dress lor sen
ate passage of the legislation this
He said "it is uriient" that
Congress circumscribe "as soon
as possible" the effects of a re
cent Supreme Court decision open
Should Be Given
Before School Year
The Canal' Zone Health Bureau
strongly recommends that young
children who have not already re received
ceived received the routine series of in
jections against whooping cough',
diotheria and tetanus, do so De-
fore entering the first trade and
kindergarten in me umai zone
schools, this year.
The series, which provides lor
one inoculation against aii-wree
diseases, is given a matter of
course to those children who at attend
tend attend the Canal Zone well baby
The injections can be obtained
at any of the First Aid Stations in
the Canal Zone communities or in
the out-patient .'clinics at .Gorgas
or Coco Solo Hospitals. Children
beginning the series now will have
the course 6T injections completed
about the time that school starts
The Health Bureau also re recommends
commends recommends that a booster injec
tion be given one year after the
initial series have been received
and that another booster be given
two years after that. Children ov
er eight years of age are not re
quired to receive the m.iections
against diptheria 'and whoonine
i 9mm mm i ta m mm. mm
"I never worked so hard lot
such a long peried," Eder remark remarked.
ed. remarked. "But -ii was worth' it to see
the tremendous strides Bolivia has
made in the last six months.
Eder, :-. who js almost completely
bi-lingual,, said ; he started study
ing Spanish since his first visit to
Latin America in 1920, when he
stayed on the: Isthmus for about
two weeks before boarding a boat
for Colombia. Since' then he has
visited almost every country in
Latin America, he declared.
He intends to take a vacation
with his family before returning
to his position with IT&T
ing up FBI files to defendants
in certain criminal cases.
The full committee unanimously
approved th measure.
The legislation has the support
of Attorney. General Herbert
Brown ell Jr! and other adminis administration
tration administration officials, firownell said last
week, that law enforcement would
be "almost impossible' under
some' sweeping lower court inter interpretations
pretations interpretations of tile high court rul ruling.
The House Judiciary Committee
will take action on similar legis legislation
lation legislation too ay. It is considering the
administration-supported bill and
an even more protective measure
proposed by Sen. Francis E. Wal Walter
ter Walter (D-Pa.) and approved by a
Sen. Kenneth B. Keating (R
NY), ranking Republican on the
full committee, has predicted that
the parent group will set aside
the Walter bill and give its stamp
of approval to the more moderate
administration endorsed measure.
The various legislative proposals
were prompted by the recent Su
preme Court decision that defend
ants in criminal rials must be giv
en access to the FBI reports of
government witnesses who testify
Lower federal courts have giv
en tnis ruling such varying inter
pretations that prosecutions of
Certain types of cases has been
virtually halted. But O'Mahoney
saia ne believes his bill spells out
exactly what the Supreme Court
intended in its decision.
Under the committee approved
measure, the government would
be required to turn over to Ihe
triai judge tne statements to the
FBI of its witnesses. The ( trial
judge would decide what part, if
any, of these FBI report are rel relevant
evant relevant to the defense of the ac accused.
cused. accused. In a last minute change, the
committee deleted a provision
which would have permitted the
government to balk at showing the
FBI. reports even to the fudge at
the price of having the testimony j
or tne wunets tnrown out or a
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WASHINGTON, July 2 (UP)
Yesterday began -the new fiscal
year, the moment when the Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower administration; begins to
spend all of that fresh, new mon money.
MAYFLOWER II HEADS FOR
ship, leave Plymouth, Mass.,
reached Nw York, yesterday,
NEW YORK. July 2 (UP) -The,
Mayflower arrived in New York
yesterday 337 years late.
. The wind was knocked out of
her sails by a helicopter and she
nearly collided with tne tugDoat
sent out to tow her to port, but
she finally made it.
The 85-foot baraue Mayflower II
built-in Britain as a replica of
me oriKioai ruximi ycbsci wm-r
pieted ner rocxy voyage iriun
PlymoutiVrMass., to New. York t
12:30 p.m. to the sighs of vreuef
of the-crew and the cheers- 01
On hand to greet the Vessel
were a group oi soy scouts
dressed as Indians and bearing
gilts of wampum. They formed
an honor guard for Priscilla Alden
Kiefer. 22, Montclair. N. J. a, di
rect descendant of John Alden
and Priscilla. She wore Pilgrim Pilgrim-style
style Pilgrim-style attire.
. There also were a red carpet
The Mayflower's crew wore Pil Pilgrim
grim Pilgrim costumes. With the captain
on the poop deck was a tugboat
captain dressed in a Pilgrim suit
comedian Jackie Gleason wore? on
a television show last Thanksgiv
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thing something pertaining to the public rev revenue
enue revenue er to the public treasury. The
U.S;Treasurjr"figures its receipts
and expenditures on the fcasis of
a 12-month period 'beginning an
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NEW YORK The Mayflower II, the replica of the Pilgrims'
udder tow for Newport, K: U and New York The Veasei; which,
will be on exhibition all summer. ?
York By Four
i ;"I call this a perfect day,'
said I Caot. Alan Viiliers. "New
York's reception is well, its won wonderful."
derful." wonderful." But Viiliers spoke too soon. i
A helicopter hired by four Mas-i
sachusettt engineers attempted tp
picket the Mayflower from the air
with, a banner reading "raieiac-
es, Go Home.,"
The four,-, Ben HildebrantV' West-
!wood,'.Mass..George i Chreniakvj
n.,' Sabine YBarimr ; -' Gold,f
SOSIOD, ana ucui ge, ruaici, m.v--
apan, hired pie -helicopter, to reg-
sier. a cumyitun ikwubi nti..
they called ''commercialization;!
of the Mayflower. ;
' Viiliers sent for the police, who
sent one of their helicopters to
.k... h. nirt....iv-Thr
police aircraft went about 1U Utt
with so mucn gusto, nowever, tnatr
it whirled too close to the May-'
and i knocked the wind
rieht out ef ner sails.
For a few minutes, the May
flower, nursued a rocky course
The Mayflower never quit re
covered from this setback. Part
of her sails went limp. A tugboat
had to go. out and pull her across
j ' "'ll
Free phetoc ef
James Deaa wQl be
with the first 2MI
nual on July 1 and ending June
30 of the next calendar year.
The fiscal year beginning yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, thereiore. is fiscal 1958 be
cause it will end on June 30 in
1958.' Between midnight Sunday
the bar and no the Hudson.
It took three hours for the May
flower to make the short trip
from her overnight berth on Sta-
ten island to her Hudson River
pier at the end of list Steet. The
speed averaged five knots.
New York gave the 'Mayflower
the boisterous welcome it reserves
for new -ship, arrivals. Pleasure
craft, tugs, waterspouting ;'H fire-
boats; scores of aircraft and a Na
vy : blimp shepherded the-barque
w ou uerui.
Tens of thousands of I persons
cheered from Battery
bank,- '. .' .J
Then, "just as the Mayflower
was being lined up to. be nudged
r; V"' r "7- 1
? Mayflowef ,med aimlessly.
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iuen inouiw iu cnuggeu up ana
eased her te her pier.(v
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MEW YORK. July J (UP)
Margaret Fisher And her older
sister, Ann, put up a battled Sun Sunday
day Sunday when two robbers invaded
their home. But the robbers 'were
sble to subdue the sisters and fled
with $800 in cash and jewelry. :
Margaret is 82, and her sister,1
w to 11
and midnight next June 30, Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower wants to spend $71,807,000,-
000 at an average rate ot aooui t
billipn dollars month. -' -That
is the bissest' beactime
spending ever proposed in the U
nitea oisies. ii 1 arouseu grass
roots prairie fire of protest. Con Congress
gress Congress has been : whacking away a
some uf the proposed appropria appropriations.
tions. appropriations. When the spending is all
added up a year from now, how however,
ever, however, it is more like than' not
that the figure will be about
what the President proposed if
not more. w
Most or alt of what Congress'
may cut but ef the spending
budget In this session .. will be
proposed again next year In the
form of supplemental apprepria. 4
tloni. The supplementals might,
win exceed next year the sum'
of this year's reductions. ) v 1
That could come about by rea reason
son reason of inflation which is a term
for the cheapening of the -' dollar
in relation to what it must buy.
The government each month fig-
urea, the cost of living in terms
of certain necessities For -nine
consecutive months, now, the dol
lar has been able in each period
to buy a little less of the necessi
ties of life than it could in the
last previous period.
Eisenhower saw that trend com coming
ing coming last .January when he. sent his
big spending 1958 fiscal year budg budget
et budget to Congress. It went to Con
gress accompanied; bp warnings
that the American "wayof nre
was threatened principally by in
If the President meant what he
said, it, is fair to belive that he
considers the threat of Inflation
ary destruction of the J- dollar's
purchasing power to be a' clearer
and more present danger to the
United States than, for instance,
; Eisenhower has spelled out the
methods by which he believes the
welfare of the United States might
be protected from creeping .infla .inflation
tion .inflation before it becomes runaway
inflation.' Thereafter there would
be no known method of protecting
the United States from the wreck
age of its economy and a proba
ble drift into state socialism or.
even, a! police state dictatorship
as brutal as Russia's.
Economic wreckage make
solid foundation for dictatorship
ami there's ne assurance that
It cant happen here. Se th
President spelled out the protec protective
tive protective devices. He might as well
have saved himself the time end
rreubli because no ne is pay paying
ing paying much attention. H warned
industry' against price rises. He
warned againt wage hikes, ex ex-eept
eept ex-eept in hardship cases er in in-creates
creates in-creates compensated by greater
productivity. EisenheiMir n n d
seme ethers consider farm sub subsidies
sidies subsidies te be basically inflationa inflationary,
ry, inflationary, toe..
There if no evidence, however,
that labor and the business and
agricultural industries art per per-sauded.
sauded. per-sauded. nor that the Eisenhower
administration is ready to oppose
the inflationary trend with some
big-time government economy. v
Kor example: ,
Effective yeaterday U.S. Steel
increased prices W. a ton which it
nid was necessary to offset wage
increases, also effective. Monday, i
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TOKYO, July 2 (UP)'- Red Chi.
na admitted today its new free.
aom ot speech Dnliev is hirv.tn.. ''
mg. a saia '"Dourgeoisf rightists,," f
including some Communists, art
attempting to take advantage of
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. iu usurp power.
' The Peiping People's DaUy
blasted the "rightists" in a long
editorial broadcast by the New
Chica news agency yesterday oa
the 36th birthday of the Chinese
Communist party, , 1 )
Vine intent Of thPKA. nlpmanta la
to "tnrow the wnole pnnnt mtn
ChaOS Sfl 9 fft llClim nAnrn.
step by step achieve their object."
the editorial said. r
. The paper singled out two non. -Communis
political groups, the
China Democratic League and the
Chinese Peasants and Workers
It said these have "played a
particularly sinister role during
the' campaign to correct the work
ing style of the Communist nr- '.
The editorial rlferred to chair
man Mao Tse-tung's order earlier
this, year to "let flowers of all
kinds bloom, Jet a hundred school
of thought contend." '"
The Democratic League took advantage-
of this new policy and
adopted a "line of its own. .di-r,
repted against the Communist par
ty and socialism," the People's
",They thought that full blast
blossoming and contending could
suddenly set the world in chaog
ana at one feu swoop bring down
Communist party," it charg-
The editorial' said these class
enemies "are not satisfied to Re Reconcile
concile Reconcile themselves to Communism
and the loss of their power to
It said members of "this "reac "reactionary
tionary "reactionary section of the bourgeoisie
opposed 10 communism, the peo
pie antf socialism.'.' are found a.
dents., They: are also to be foilndl
wunm the Comunistt party
The U.S. nhm
(SSB-573) is scheduled to arrive
at'Cristobal, (tomorrow) for south 't
bii jn ranama can
.The Salmon is a 2,440 ton radar
picket type submarine. 343 ft. lona- 1
with a 28 ft. beam.
.'..Arriving in ; tht ; rnni ,;
from New Orleans, La., the Sal Sal-mon
mon Sal-mon will be berthed at the Rod Rod-man
man Rod-man Naval Station piers until her -departure
July 5. for operations in
the U.S. Pacific Fleet.
Weather Or Not)
This weather, report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological Md Hydrorrsphle
Branch, of the Panama Canal
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WATER TEMP: "i
VinAer harbors) 85
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